Franklinville Central High School - Trails Yearbook (Franklinville, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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1949 The echtors present thls yearbook as a record of our hlgh school days at T B A We have chosen as our theme ' a day 11'1 the hfe of the average student and Wlth ln these pages we have portrayed by a serles of snapshots the hfe of an average g1r1 and boy EDITED BY THE YEARBOOK STAFF FRANKLINVILLE CENTRAL SCHOOL FRANKLINVILLE, NEW YORK 1 ,46na nike -L.. J 3 1 1 Ei the main street of our vlllage With its belfry tall Stands old Ten Broeck TTT J A . Clj0RUS : -1 Dear old Ten Broeck Known and loved by all Lift your voices Seniors, Juniors, . l 1 - f'H5'Qpfgff"5??ffe?1ii e '::fifQ.as.eE:J'i51H Sophornores, Freshmen, too. To old Tenbroeck Dear old Ten Broeck Ever be ye true. WFIHFWE? 'HW1hEFP?f'H 2 l XX xx Xxxxw N X Xxx x NXXX X T ' XX Q x QQ Y NXNYS N x X. f X X N v N XVQ ' x Ax xX.uQxxX Q :Q S QXXXXXXXX XXXX xx X X L xXXX , XQXXXRX X - QNX 1-1 N V ff X X P If 'J Xl xy, R 202 , ww f Q 7 fx YW K ' , 'W FT T gm Y, 'Y J F, ,ffl ix v Q, gf fix! NQQXXX V Y ' A-fzfff 1 Frei!!! 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' ARD WILSON, Presldent ARTHUR AMADON Vlce Pres ' - HO WARD DORNAN -vQ i"' MR J D SPROUL Supermtendent 7awe:, QW' Seated Mlss Catherlne Blac Belluccl, Mrs jean , Miss Naomi Baker, Miss Betty Pottenger, Mr Charles ott, prmclpal Miss Ny a Wallace, Mrs Ruth Morrxs Mrs Lura Elodgett, Mrs jane Martin Standing Mr Gerald Ottaway Mr ohnGrekalsk1, Mr Louls Wood r th Mr W1ll1a1nHunt rivllxfhss s Thomas McCar y Margaret Rmnweber, r Macle johnson, Mlss e Schwler, Mrs Lorene jones, Mr Hugh u r y Mr Vhlllarn Schwler Cra1g1e, Mr Kenneth Martm, Mr Lawrence Chapman, ated Mrs orothy Wxlllarns, Mlss Henrletta ones rs Mary HDLY1 YS oxnette Harms, lv rs llen Evans, Mrs Rao el s Helen ln ennett, Mr sler, Mxss Gladygs Rob1nSOn r rs Halloran Mxss Edna BlOWGfS Sd?aJlyNl a janet Schwartz St TS REG, ggeman, M155 Sarah E-lotner, Mrs lsabelle 5 . :v . u K H, Em -- , 1 S v n , . e nu Q .Q - Q - . '48 VT x . Epi, I - ,aff A? S66 1 ff 4 ' 'S , M . ,M1. Ant' ln. E . ' L'- Mr.. Cl . ' M. 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J! .jI!!Z,Iyf5'!!I I X II I XXII!!! ,I A-1, mx If ' , f, wi X I f' 41 Q 15" M fffdf' AUM 1' 'YL BETTY AGETT Trlv Ambluon Secretary and Housewlfe Chorusl234 GAA 3 4 Yearbook Staff Yearbook Manager 4, Sr Play 4 Xmas Ball 4 Class Reporter 4 County Muslc Festxval GARY BUSH Brulser Ambltlon To be a mllllonalre J V Basketball l 2 Xmas Ball 4, Fleld Day 2 Assembly 1,3 4 Patrolman 3, Halloween Carnlval 4 Football 2 LLOYD BENJAMIN ' Benny Amb1t1on A Successful Farmer Fleld Day 1,2 3 4 JV Basketball 1 2 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Track 2, 3 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Football 2,3,4 Assembly 1,3,4, Xmas Ball 4 Hallow representatlve to Kansas Clty 3 JAMES BUSH Bull Amb1t1on State Trooper Basketball 1,2 3 4 Track 2,3,4 Fleld Day 1,2 3 4 Football 2, Assembly 1 3 4 Jr Play 3 Varslty Club 3,4, County Muslc Fes t.1V3.1 3,4, Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carnlval 4 Student Councll Rep 3 4 8 5- SHIRLEY BOYE ' Shlrley Ambltlon Physlcal Edu cat1on Teacher Fleld Day l,2,3,4 Assem bly 1,3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 BOWl1I'1g Club 3 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carmval 4 G A A 3 JAMES CHRESTENSEN Chressle Arnbltlon Muslclan Band 1 3 4 MUSIC Fes tlvals 2 4 Class Pres ldent 1,2 Class Vlce Presldent 4, Pres1dent of Student CO'L1IlCll 3 Basketball 1,2 3 4 Track 1,2 3,4 Assem bly 1 3 4 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carnlval 4 Chorus 3 4 Hall Speak mg Contest 2, Jr Play 3 St Play 4 Basket ball Captaln 4 Varslty Club 3 4 W fra , it lp ff 4 ' 11 ,a t , i :fi r ll ' ' V' I I ' 1 1 1 1 , , . . 2 f H ,,,... ,...,4. 1 u , Q ' . l 1 1 I 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 ' - - 1 1 1 1 ' l,2,3,4, AdV9I't1S1Ilg een Carmval 4, F.F.A. . 5 . 3 , .5 - 4. ,W 9 1 E , 2' K - ' A KC ' 11 If ll 73 ' I. . n 1 1 1 ' . . , , s Q - . , ' S 1 1 1 ' ' ll - 1, 1,4 l ' . , 1 f, ' ' ' I 1 1 1 - - - .1 1 1 - , s - ' ' ' I ' . 1 1 1 - 1 . . l , ,BQ ' . . . 1 . , .1 . , , - . ' 1 ' , , , I n , i I I 1 ' ' ' . ' .- 1 Q ' . 1 ' VERNON CLAYSON Rocky Ambmon Army IV Basketball 1,2 Var sity Basketball 3 Intra murals 1,2,3,4, Football 3,4 Varslt Club 3 Track 1,2, 4 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carnl val 4, Assembly 3 Fleld Day l,2,3 4 D' Ag? 'Vx 151. SHIRLEY FINCI-I Finchy Ambltion Housewlfe Assembly 3,4 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carm val 4 Ir Play 3 Intra murals 3,4 Bowling club 3 H5 RICHARD COOPER 'Dlck Ambxtion Radlo Tech IllC13.Il Assembly 1 2 3,4 lntra murals 3,4 Halloween Carnival 4 Xmas Ball 4 Donkey Basketball Game 4 -116 PATRICIA FOLLETT ' Pat Ambltlon Stenographer and Housewlfe Cheerleader 3 4 Chorus 12 3 4 G1rlSextet 3 4 Fleld day l 3,4 Chorus secret Chorus treas 317 urer 3, Chorus Presldent 4, Yearbook staff l, Vlce presldent Ir Class Hallow een Carnlval 4 Xmas Ball 4 Assembly l 4, Operetta l Llght Eternal 4 Class play 3,4 Secretary of Stu dent CO'L1IlC1l A Intramurals 3 All star cheerleaders 4 9 '49 STELLA DALLAS ' Twltterpated Ambition Stenographer Assembly 1 3 4 Xmas Ball 4 Class reporter 3, Halloween Carmval 4 G1rls State Representa t1ve 3 Class secretary DANA GOULD 'Sklp Ambluon Turn pro fesslonal Basketball 1,4 3 4 Baseball 1,2,3,4 Fleld day l,3,4 Assembly 1 3 4 All Star basketball 3 4 Sr Play 4 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Car mval 4, Varslty club 3 Donkey basketball game 4 . 3' Q , If I 1 X - f cc II ' - ' ' 7 'zfzfh 5 - . . c - DP . . 1 . 3 141 . . . - .. 1 1 I . 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T' LOUISE GUNSOLUS Loulse Ambltlon Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carnlval 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Assembly 3 4 Home Economlcs Assembly 3 'Wax -ai if ROY HARRIS I Ambltlon Pllot Track 2 3,4 Football 3 4 Baseball 4 Varslty Club 2,3 4 F F A Re porter 3, Assembly 4 Halloween Carruval 4 Fleld Day 2,3 4 Donkey Basketball Game 4 Transfered here 1n Sophomore year IO '95 Hr 'Q' ROBERT HALL Bob Ambltlon Language Teacher Assembly 3,4, Class Reporter 3 Intramurals 3,4, Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carruval 4 Transferred here 1n Iumor Year 1 L if" iT? Yi' LEO HARSEN Curly Arnbmon Electrlcal Engmeer Band 1,2 3 4 Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carmval 4 Fleld Day l 2,4 Asgem bly l 2,3 4 Chorus 3, Bus Morutor 4 , I 1 V' 2 ' f ' I . kt, x , 1 I ,LLL . .I h A 4, I I 1, , 1 4 I --5' f u 11 7 rc - DD l . . 1 - . . 1 . . . 1 . HJ' I7 . ' . 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I j- , 7 Q 1 1 1 5 I ' ' - 1 1 1 1 U Q ' . . . , ' 1 1 Q15 JAMES HOLMES ' 'Ho me r Amb1tlon Own store, have a home and small family Intramurals 3,4 Patrol- Basketball 1 2, Fleld Day234 XmasBaJl4, Halloween Carmval 4 Donkey Basketball game 4, Assembly 1 3 4 Foot ball 3 '52 T OVID KNIGHT Ov'1e Ambmon Doctor Band l 3,3,4, Football l 2.,3,4 JV Basketball 3 Assembly 1,2,3,4 Var s1ty Club 3,4 Chorus 3 4 Xmas Ball 4, Hallow een Carruval 4 Muslc Festlval 3 4 Operetta l Fleld Day l,2,3 4 Don key Basketball Game 4 l an ANNA JEWELL Ann Ambltion Artlst and Assembly 1,5 3 4 Fleld Day 1,3 4 G A A 3,4 Intramurals 3 4 Ji' W4 IANICE LANE Lover Ambltlon Grade School Teacher Vlce Presldent 1 Sec retary 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4, Cheerleader 3,4 G A A 3 4 Assembly 1 3 4' Sr Play 45 Xmas Ball 43 Halloween Car mval 4g ' Llght Eternal 4, Muslc Festival 4, Glrls Sextet 3. -vi-C ti-55 1 IOYC19 Ann Ambltion Secretary wLfe and mother Intramurals 1,2 Ir Play 3 Class Secretary 1 Xmas Ball 4, Assembly 1,2 Halloween Carmval 4 Fleld Day 1 2 3, Cheerleader Z, Bowl mg Club 3 'Km NA nab sun? SHIRLEY LANE Slurl Ambltlon Munster s Wlfe Fleld Day 1 Z 3 4, Intra murals 1,2,3,4g Assembly 3,4' Ir. Play 3' Llbrary Club 1,33 Hall Speaklng Contest A, Radlo Club 2, Halloween Carruval 4, Xmas Ball 4, G.A A. 3, 4 ll I tv A af? ' 'V A 1 'V Q- F Il ,M sf' P, , V' " , i flu . - u 77 L fi' I, fl',V"'Qj 11.5, lt f . . - . 1 . 5- 1 I I man 3.4: Baseball 1: I-V- A-Vlaffix , g JOYCE KENWORTHY , ' . 9 9 1 cc ' IJ 7 1 5 . ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' - S 7 9 - . 7 ' 9 1 S ' '3'45 I ' 3 5 ' ,3,4: , I y , ,, 4: ln' A 'Q ' If I M", ,.. ' ju . ' J 1 . ' ,f CK ' H I X Of" - 4 t W w Q ' J 5 - - S X Q - KI n Q v ' ' - 5 . ' . ' . . ' D l ' . I ' u - n - , ' , , S 1 9 I ' ' - ' ' i 1 1 ' ' Q , . ' ' ' v f 1 ' - - , , I Q r 1 ' 4 ' - r y . . HN DONALD LEWIS "Lewer Amb1t1on Bulldlng Contractor or Englneer Fleld Day 1,2,3,4 Intra murals 1,2 3 4 Track 1 2,3 4 V1ce Presldent 2, Yearbook staff 2 Var s1ty Club 3,4 Pres of Varslty Club 4, Hallow een Carmval 4 Xmas Ball 4 Sr Play 4 Chorus 3,4, Patrolman 3, Assembly 3,4 MUSIC Festival 4, Football 3,4 Baseball 2 3 Volleyball 2 4 Donkey Basketball game 4 gn- VERNON MILGATE 'Vern Ambltlon P1lot Football 1,2 lntramu rals l,3,4, Assembly 3,4, Hall Speakmg Contest 2, Chorus 3,4, Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Carmval 4 IAMES MARTINY Marty Amb1t.1on Run hard ware store and get marr1ed Class Treasurer 3 Chorus 3, 4, I V Basket ball 2 3 Fleld Day l,2,3, 4 Assembly 2 3 4 jr Play 3 Sr Play 4 Hall Speakmg Contest 2, Xmas Ball 4 Halloween Car l'l1V3.l 4 Intramurals 4 PATRICIA NILES 3-E Ambltxon Stenographer and Housewife Chorus l,2,3,4, Cheer leader 3,4 Fleld Day 1,2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2,3,4, Ir Play 3 Sr Play 4 Xmas Ball 4 Xmas Operetta 1, Year book Staff 3 4, Bowlmg Club 3 All Star Cheer leader 4 Girls Sextet 3 G A A 3 4 Mus1c Festival 4 Assembly 3 4 Halloween Carn1 val 4 12 JACK MEACHAM ' Satch Amb1t1on Auto Mech amc Chorus 3,4 Intramurals 3 4 Xmas Ball 4 Hallow een Carnlval 4, Donkey Basketball game 4 an-4 1 mv. BETTY RAUB ' Browme Amb1t.1on Teacher Class Sec 2 Class Pres 3 4 Pres of Chorus 2 Chorus l,2,3 4 lntra murals34, GAA 34 Xmas Ball 4 Xmas Oper etta 1 Assembly 3 4 Ir Staff l,2,3,4, Sr Play 4 Ir Play 3 Yearbook Staff 1,2 3 4 Treasurer of Yearbook 4 Hall Speak mg Contest 2, Fleld Day 3 4 Halloween Carmval 4 Glrls Sextet 2,3, Coun ty Muslc Festival 2 3 4 ll! 1 X ll Sk: ,M 46 ,V 1 ,, V , vw. 2.1 ' I 1 P7 . 1 u 11 . . , in 11 I 1 7? . .. . . 1 , I . 11 - . . . 7 1 111 ' . 77D. 1 cj . Q D3 ' 1 - ' - . . D , 7. ' 1. , . I . . 1 ' 1 . . , X . . 1 . 11 , - ' w . ll ' ,. f 1 ,JN ' sh . ?, v 'Qu 5 V c '11 I I - , . ISF YF ,Q . Q ' " .. Di " . . , ,, I ' - , - - 1 1 . - - . , ,, . 1 . , - . . , 111 1 . , . - 1 . , . h . c 11 - - 111 1 1 , .. - . . - w , 0 ' ' 1 -. ,' I , . , . - - 1 1 1 . ' . - . - 1 ' , I . . - Q ,Q 'Y' . . . 1 ' , . ' Q I7 . EARL REED "Tweety Ambition Phys1ca1 Edu catlon Teacher, Basketball l,2,3 4 Football l,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2 3,4 Track l,.Z,3,4 Assembly 2,3 4 Pres Student Cou.nc1l Z Student COl11'1C1l Representa tlve 2,3, Patrol Chlef 2 Var slty Club 3 4 Chorus 3 Band 2,3 4 Xmas Ball 4 Fleld ay l,2,3 4 Halloween Carnival 4 Muslc Festlval 4 All Star Basketball 4 'WR- s 'X GORDON SHATTUCK Shad AIIIDIUOH Interlor Deco rator, Designer, Cartoomst Fleld Day l,A,3,4, Football 4 Xmas Ball 4, Halloween Cealrimval 4 Donkey Basket '91 BARBARA ROGERS Bar Ambltlon Housewlfe Chorus 1 Intramurals 2,3,4, Bowling Club 2 3 Xmas Ball 4 Xmas Operetta 1, Ir Play 3 Sr Play 4, Fleld Day 1, 2 3 4 Halloween Carm val 4 Assembly 3 4 A A 3 4 'lyi- ALFRED WEBER Web Ambltlon Agrlculture Band 1,2,3 4, Jr Play 3 Sr Play 4, Chorus 4, Halloween Carnlval 4 Xmas Ball 4, Assembl 4 IV Basketball .Z Secretary Of F F A 4 13 ! YOLANDA SCALISE Sp1ke AIDDIUOH Secretary and Housewlfe Class Treasurer 4 Chorus 1,2,3,4, Assem bly 3 4, Edltor 1n Chief of Yearbook 4 Yearbook Staff 1 2 3,4, Bus Trans portatlon Cornrmttee 2, Xmas Ball 4, Halloween Carmval 4 Bowllng Club 3 Home ECOHOITHCS Assembly 3 UN 7 M. 'Htl IOYCE WILLIAMS ' Pat AHIDIUOH Muslc Teacher Chorus 1,3,4 Intramurals 1 2 3,4 Assembly 3 4 Jr Play 3 Ramo Club 2 Fleld Day 1,2.,3,4 Xmas Bgalll 4 Hallowgen Carni v 4, G A A 4 Llbr Club 1,2,3 ' ' my we , , ,7 0' r . A 's fx., . - N. 1 , S KK bn 4 1 q , 3 . . - . S . E 1 5 , . . . ' , I . U . ' 3 Q u ' n . , ' . I Q . . - , , ,4g u . ' . ' E 9 y . 1 , , S - S , 'J . 5 , 3 G. - - . 7 - . , . , U ' ' ' 9 ' , a , 2 g 9 D . ' , tx - , ,Q - S . .N 5 5' - a th- .fs ' N 5, I , W, X? 1. 'U if Q I U H Y ' Q ' ' u n 'h 5 - . . . I .:"f , . . - ' lf' 'F -.',v.v, .45 , y ' ' S . ' N" J' b D . . xrk I ' Q Y S - - 5 u I 1 l I ,, I , , : , 5 - 1 s , 5 S S u ' ag 195 Row 1 Mr Chapman, Mlss Belluccl, Marllyn Grlmes, Margone Hendrlckson, Patr1c1a Pratt, Joyce Rogers, Joann Wheeler, Luc1lle Ross, Vera Greene, Anna Jewell Row 2. Dorreen H1lbrand, Betty Creamer, Lomsa Phllhps, Barbara Schyler, Marjorle Mlller, Beverly B111, Joann Cramer, June Patterson Row 3 Leslle Meacham, Albert Rogers, Donald Farr1ngton, Gordon Jones, Wllharn Lane, Kendall Wetherby, Clarence Harrlson, Dean Hughes, Willlam DeW1tt Row 4 Roy Ford, Douglas Randall W1ll1am Breckbuehl, R.1chard Bergholtz Row 5 Lou1s Chrestensen, W1ll1am Kent, Donald Hmkley Roy Hllbrand, Davld Maxwell, Carl Moudy, Kenneth Fnes, Joel Halloran, Bonde Slocum CLASS OF 1950 v1s1on of our class a vlsors, Mlss Bellucc1 and Mr Chapman, a.nd offlcers Presldent, Beverly B111 V1ce President, Doug Randall Secretary, Joyce Rogers and Treasurer Roy Ford We started off w1th a 'bang operatmg a refreshment stand at the last home football game and when the basketball season rolled around, we sold fresh popcorn at the games and put the Booster Pm on the market CIVIC dunes were not neglected The male secuon of the class carrled on two successful paper dr1ves, to the sat1sfact1on of both the townspeople and the class treasurer, and the g1rls sponsored two bake sales A M2g1C Show, Benef1t Movle, Class Play, and a round of SOC1al events, mclud mg the Jumor Seruor Banquet completed an act1ve year ln May thelr play 'Don' Take My Penny ' was presented successfully The class boasts a large memberskup 1n the extracurrlcular organlzattons 15 J : a u a , . . n ' 1 . n : . , u zeal of this Cye.ar's Junlor Class has known no bounds under the super- - n 3 u - Q . 5 ' . I 17 ' Q . - . . i . , t' af 1951 Row l Mr Hunter, Rose Gould, Norma Rogers, Sylvla Jewell, Sally Meacham, Margaret Wheaton Kay M1ller, Madonna Schwegler, B1ll1e Jean Cradler, Mr Grekalskl Rowx2 Judith Moudy Gladys Chapman, Ahce Henry, Jean Trowbrldge Shlrley Bill, Patrlcia Nelson Arlene Post, Audrey Vmcent, Joyce Weaver Row 3 Lawrence N1x, Jack Egglestone, Arvllla McClory, MarJor1e MacPherson, Ruth Maxwell, Kenneth Harms, Herbert Oakes Row 4 Ronald Boye James Tyler, Charles Rhoades, Ph1lhp Abbott, Franklm Scahse, HE offlcers of the Sophomores are Ph1ll1p Abbott, Presldent, Ruth Maxwell, V1ce P1-es1dent, Slnrley Bill, Secretary Gladys Chapman, Treasurer Allce Henry, ASS1St3I1t Treasurer, Sally Meacham a.nd James Tyler, Student Counc1l Representatlves Herbert Oakes a.nd Jay Goodwln are patrolmen On February 3rd, we held our assembly program wluch conslsted of a truth or consequence hour All the Sophomores part1c1pated 1n the assembly We are all lookmg forward toa lot of aCt1Vif.1GS next year 16 Wilham or G W 1 1 : , . I 1 . , u a : , I I - . f . Slocum, Richard Dake. . -' . , .. 5 , fl fl :, D i, -: g 7252 Row l Norma Mllgate, Franc1s Denapole, Jean Cross, Ruth Kaylor, Joyce Smlth, June Dunn, Sonna Ammons, Beverly Turner, Mr Martm Row 2 Florence Holmes, Hazel Reynolds, Rose Ann Sklver, Barbara Waklee, Bertha Stalcup, Dorothy Rouse Dorls Fox, Jamce Bennett Row 3 Richard Olsen, Kenn Abbott, Rlchard Amen Row 1 Mrs Martln, Patric1a Gould, Joanne Bordeaux, Gall Bush, Nancy Wlllard, Yvonne Stevens, June Cross, Jeanette Espeso, Marllyn Dresseau, Faye Woodruff Row Z Martm Gleason, Margorie Wrlght Carol Swltzer, Barbara Henry Nancy Bates Erw1nN1les Row Theodore Knack, Pens Bergholtz Nelt Stalcup, Lawrence Holmes, Robert Howard, R.1chard Cooper Lewis Gray J-J... HH? "df -lmfmawg J Z'llmnugvf::: :h"'m wg 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : , l . . . 5- - ' 9 , . ' V mm. we Q , -G m.g:...f. V' ' r I y' . ' 5. all ..!5.'.,L.qx ' '1Ci2+m?f ' K A :...,,. ,.:'T. J jj 14 i - Q. Q 'mv ' " -...-.QM ' A ' 5, 'K A H -.- J -X Q . - T P aww. 4 X V' f,t'."t'-, 3, - E ' A ' -' ee- ea , ' A 1 A .C 0 t : .- I- x k 1' . - - . , 4 4 .- Q Q x - N gt: PM - xi . 5 ' A" , , . h , . r' "J Row 1 Margaret Phllhps, Loulse M1lGS, Margorle Corthell Pauline Bllghton Ruth Hahn Sharon Hltchcock, Bertha Holmes Sharon Arnmons, Patrlcla Ierge, Margaret Harrls Row 2 Betty Pottenger, Harold Iones, Gerald Tatlow, Kelth Gould, Lloyd Coen, James Kellogg Row 3 Ronald Doty, Mllford Clayson, Dean Ford James Rhoades, Raymond Howard, Dale Hallock, Earl Gould, Lee Kenyon, Wllllam Rogers Row 1 Clara Trowbrldge, Dor1s Forward, Patr1c1a Trowbrldge, Jean Blgham, Maxlne Sweet, Ruth Wrlght, Florence Blehl, Ianlce Hemrmnger, Shlrley Wheaton Row 2 Mrs MOPFIS, E101S9 Searle Janice Woodruff Elsa Evans, Cllfford Nlx, Edward Bednarskl, Irvmg Tatlow, Ernest Schuyler, Burton Wheeler, Anne Mlller, Francls Robak, Anne Tyler Row 3 Donald Paynter, Albert Phllhps, Wayne Feernan, Ronald Farrlngton, Dean Wetherby, Wllllarn Edgar, Rlchard Lane, Rlchard SC3llS6, Thomas Wagner, Roger Marvln, James Sp1cer 18 1 . u , -1 , x ' J . . . . . . ' 1 l l . I I 1 u , , a . IW. - . Row l I.o1s Lane, Mary Murray Dorrlne Harr1s R.1ta WllSOH, Jeanne Phmney, Theresa Pasto, Jane Negus Jeanette Wheaton., Norma Murray Row 2 Charles Gould MarJor1e Cook, Shlrley Acre, Mary Colley, Ruth Thompson, Harold Weller, Rlchard Benner, Charles Schuyler, Dale Wllcox Anna Jones, Nancy Woodruff Mr Schwler Row 3 Lee Ford Neal WIISOIX, Alfred Howard Edwm Law, Edwln Trowbrldge, Eldyn De Groff, Delwln Forward, Raymond Burrell Row l Ruth Rogers, Anne Hogue, Florence Bertha Holmes, Bessle Hltchcock Ruth Harsen, Ehzabeth Mead, Joan Reed Dorothy Lawton, Nancy Marvln, Carol Henry Row Z Harry Ph1ll1ps, James Cash, Kay Paynter Rowena Marsh Sandra Howard, Jeanette Chapman, Edward Reynolds Robert Brazee N rs Blodgett Row 3 Joe John Moranslu, R.1chard Whetstone, Gary Barton, Warren Kellogg Ronald Jewett, Ronald F1sher, Bllly Goss, Robert Wllson, Elmer Gould, Bllly H1cks 19 ' r 9 , . . , l ' Q , . .u 1 n 1 . ' x . n , . . . u - , r . ' J Q U . , ,.. . . . Q n 1 1, . 6 male Row 1 Hazel Young, Jean Moudy Nancy Weaver, Patrlcla Knack, Dorls Reynolds Nancy Gray, Nelhe Kenyon, Joyce Stone, Iamce Phllllps, Donna Emerson, Dlana Corthell Caro1Ph1ll1ps Row 2 Miss jones, Ruth Carney, Ehzabeth Hughes Leslle Mlller, Davld Dash, Wilharn Schuyler, Selah Carney, Florence S1Tllf,h Row 3 Gary Everetts Ray Bennett, Rlchard Francls Richard Scott Davld Howard, Burdett Flsher, Robert Sweet, Burton Cradler, james Gleason, Charles Wheaton Row l Nancy Brown, Eleanor Niles, Sally Clement, Gall Kessler, Carol Fadale, Agnes Lou Southwlck, Janet Corthell Kaye Kenfle-ld, Donna Snyder, Betty Cook Row 2 Mrs Halloran, Bermce N1les, Ernest Dallas, John Gllbert, James Anderson, Gary Welgartz, Edward Snyder, Edwln Cornell, Marlene Crary Row 3 Douglas Bretz, Clyde DeGroff, Herbert Holmes, Vlhlham Bentley, Lee Bull, Richard Stem, W1lliam Dallas, Robert Schuyler, Lawrence Blssell, Marvln Kellogg 20 'M . .. . . - , n a a u , , . . . . . . . ' r . . . . . 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Row l Barbara Hughes, Edna Mae Grlrnes Mary Beth Trowbrldge, Norma Ammons Beverly Plxley, Phyllls Acre, Carol Randall Rosemary Ujvarl Mmnle Belle Hltch cock Grace Smlth Charlotte Wllson Row 2 Mrs Schwartz, Ahce McClory, Mary Lou Snyder, lamce Hagelberger, Lucy lgloty, Margaret Stueraebecker, Ruth Sherwood, Shlrley Lane, Mary Pasto Donna enry Row 3 Dav1d Mead Sldney Forward, Rlchard Moranskl, Ellis Warner, Carl Auge Glenwood Pratt, Paul Wlllard Cyrus Blssell Douglas Dallas, Wllham Brown ll I Row l Mrs Bennett, Nancy Bennett, June Gould, LOHCLHH Wlutcomb, Rosa Coen Sarah De Groff, Rose M1les, Frances Hulme, Chrlstlne McClory, Marlan Jerge Row 2 Wlllialn Prosser, Anna Mae Gunsolus, Ehzabeth Gould Orpha Corthell Barbara Rogers, Erma Hallock, Betty Hardy, Iacquelme Nelson, Shlrley Presto Karen Barton, Sue Ottaway, R.1chard Weller Row 3 Jerry Agett, Henry Ierge, Chfford Hall Howard Gould Carl Stanbro, Roger Og1lv1er, John Henry Raymond Pepper Donald Place Bradley Rogers, Floyd Mastm, Daruel Kelley Larry Agett nf A1 ! 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K5 ' 14, A, ig fu' iv' ya I . , 2 , , , , : n 7 I y J 7 , . anti Row 1 Robert Martmy Glenn Kello g, James Love Gary Rogers, Danlel Emerson Leo Preston, Jere Campbell, Floyd reen, Charles Phllhps, Douglas Saunders R.1Ch3.1'd Dllle, Gene OgllV1e, Wayne Flsh Row 2 Fred Seward, James Pasto, Lann Swlft, Laurel Blssell, Edlth Reynolds illobnerta Calklns, Janlce Searle, R1chard ohl, Paul Anna, Wllllarn Moudy, Gladys mson Row 3 Walter Doty, Martha I-htchcock, Lynda Randall, Joa.nn Moranskl, Sue Welgartz, Kay Rogers, Patrlcla Wakelee, Jacquellne Frees, Margaret Francls, Margaret Osgood, Judy Elllott, Shlrley De Groff, Donna Dallas, Ronald Murray Row 1 Shirley DeLong, Rose Wllllarns, Dor1s Jones, Rae Turner, Natah Bloye Judlth Dake Loulse Scott, Dorothy Farnham, Myrtle Bloye, Kay Metzgar, Deanna Reed, Bonalyn Sweet Row 2 Joyce Wrlght Bruce Peterson, Ernest Lawton, Harry Myrlck, Cyntlna Kelle Row I? Ronald Gould, Blll Bates, Mlllard Young Thomas Phlnney, John Parker, Larry Lopez, R.1chard Morgan, Bobby Morgan, Lyle Clayson, Mrs Roth 22 J J 19' J i Row l Catherlne Harrlson, Betty Scott Dessle Frost, Donna Harrls, Sharon Wool hlzer Joan Stevens Phyllls Randall Row 2 Robert Osgood W1ll1am Doty, Isabel Dalla.s, Peggy Bordeaux, Evelyn Page Lllhan Francls Carrol Lawton Janet Reed Katherme Calklns Barbara Henry Llnda Hltchcock, Gary McG1ll Harmon Bloye Row 3 Mrs Feernan, Fredemck Warner, Dale Mlson, Jack Sackett Edward Anna, jan Plxley Ames Fader Martm Graham, Charles Braley Gary Button, Dav1d Clma, Douglas Kenfleld Row 1 Marcella Wheaton, Peggy Morgan, Judy Lockwood, Mary Ottoway, Deanna Hardy,lBarbara Hardy, Freda Hunt Martha Cash Row A Jean Phmney, Calvln Wheaton, Bllly Scott, Bllly Denapole John Molyneaux, Charles Hunt, Arthur Wl.1ll8.I'I1S, Frank Bogardus, DeForest Wlntcomb Frank Holmes Ka Ford Roz: 3 Lee Metzgar, Bradley Quick, Bllly Henry, John Love, Malcolm Prosser Charles Lowe, Tommy Lltzenberger Dale Vlhlson, Ilrnmy Gould Bobby Valone Mlss Blowers 23 - . 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I n , u p 1 Q Row 1 Marllyn McClory Nancy Ford, Gladys Nlles Patty Algers, Dorothy Blgham Helen Warner, Judy Trowbmdge Row 2 Patty McG1ll, Ellen Gunsolus, Wanda Nelson, Kay Harms, Clalr Stone, Karen Cramer, Joyce Lawton, Barbara Reed, Mary Moranskl, Brenda Steffenhagen, Ann Og'llv1e, Irma Mlles Row 3 Mrs Llnsler, Douglas Decker, Davld Rose, Peter Molyneaux, Bobby Brown Larry Wood, Bllly Taylor, Jerry Rubeck, Danny Slocum, Hoddy Thornber, Tnnrny Barton, Larry Orsml, Jlmrny Hlcks, Rlchard Barber, Danny Reed Row l Ruth Young, Jacquehne Dake, Judy Viglletta, Sharon Button, Margaret Nlchols Janice Button, Beverly Bennett Row 2 Lee Page, Janet Page, Patty Evert, Shlrley Scheffler, Suzanne Chapman, Barbara Butler, Mabel Decker, Nancy Meyers, Edna Hunt, John Greenslade Row 3 Mrs Clark Bllly Steffenhagen, Roger Grlmes, Tommy Coen, Edward Brayley, Davld Clement, Jumny O'Ha.ra, Rlchard Howard, Jnnrny Graham, Bllly MOPTISOII, Dav1d Steffenhagen 2.4 : u 1 . . 2 l Q . n - I 1 - I n o , 1 f .1 a, 5 J ' - . 4 , - -, . 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Row 1 Betty Gould Loretta Jerge, JoAnn Narner Marle Elena Warner, Elaine Trowbrldge, Joyce O Hara, Donna Pepper Row 2 Marvm NIIGS, Janet Stevens, Judy Bennett, Sharon Balkey Carole Post, Beverly Houck, Bonme Wagner, Margaretta Dallas Mary Lou Rubeck, Duane Payne Row 3 Mlss Blotner, Martln Smlth, James Chapman Wxlford Hall, James Molyneaux Kelth Slocum, James Carney, Lynn Stone Elwyn Grlmes Dav1d Mynck Leon Phllhps, Loren Meyers Roger Gross H Row l Rose Mary Holmes, Dolhe Bretz, Jeanette Decker, Veromca Preston, Dlane Wllllaxns, Sandra W1lson, Sharon Larson Row 2 Mrs Evans, Sue La Porte, Karen Peterson, Mlrlam Overton, D1a.ne W1lson, Kathleen Bymgton, Beverly Turock, Pamela Kelley, Eleanor De Groff, Betty Morgan, Patty Rhoades Row 3 Burdette Hltchcock, Allan Bentley, Richard Gould, Gary Clements, Lewls Payne, Dav1d Thomas, James Bogardus, Robert Braley, James Bennett, Douglas Mark, Ronald Ors1n1 Ronald DZISKOHSK1 Rlchard Button 25 3 ' 'q V . -. .,.. ' D ' fi 5" , It rv' ' Q v ' - ' v , . 'V A' Y V, - : 1 N 9 ' ' 1 I ' , n n n , s I 9 I 1, s s D . l D a , . V X ' . - ' . 5 . A .. g f" R ., '. fy gr . V L . - 4 , Q. I - , .I . . r -. . , : . , , ' I Row l Jerry Stout, Barbara Mc Cluer, Carol Steffenhagen, Ellen Decker, Judy Qulck, Karen Cradler, Cathy Ward Nano Trowbrld e Bobby Brooks Row 2 Donald Baldwm, Tommy Allen, LyndagHa.1l Marlene Hardy, Sandra Smlth, Judy Crooks, Susan Clements, Esther Hohday, Sharon Gould, Dav1d Tanner, Jack Bushnell Row 3 Brlan Plnlllps, Max Steffenhagen, Wayne Rubeck, Jerry Orcutt, Neal Clement, RICKY Hughes, Tommy Cash, Joseph Meyer, Jerry Mor1a.rty, Pearl Hunt, Mrs Wilhams Row 1 Dav1d Hlrt, Gary MYTICK, Janlce O Hara, Sandra Evert, Gary Kemp, Chester Smlth Row 2. Margorle Snuth, Ahce Gould Ruth Reynolds, Carole Rogers, Llnda Beth Hamllton, Karen Blove, Llnda Lmderman Row 3 Mrs Wllhams, Paul Kent, Charles Freeman Bobby Dorman, George Warner, James Burrell, Bobby Andrus, B1lly Reed, Stewart Johnson, Randy Flsh, Ronme Rose, Darwm Ammons A6 J J I n , , . . 3 , 1 4 nl . Z . . ui' . , . . . . , . . . . 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' 7 ' 1' -' ' -"'::::j:: ' Xl Art editor ---- Doreene Hilbrand u - . ln I D I ,u 1 I , Mme OFFICERS President Lloyd Benyarmn V1ce President Wllham Brechbuehl Secretary Alfred Weber Treasurer Bonde Slocum Reporter Herbert Oakes Sentlnel R.1chard Cooper Advisor Mr Wood HE local chapter was represented at the Cattaraugus County Falr at Llttle Valley b 1ts Dalry and Poultry judgmg teams, personal exhiblts of datry, poultry and vegetable proJects an a booth exhibit by the chapter The F F A started out the school year by sendmg Lloyd B9IlJ3.II1lIl and William Kent as local representattves to Kansas C1ty to attend the Natlonal F F A conventlon Richard Cooper, who was Znd lugh man in poultry Judglng at the County Falr represented thts SGCUOII at the State Fatr lfl Syracuse Soon after this t.he chapter reorgaruzed and conducted a clder cooperauve to make and sell c1der At the same time the checklng S6I'V1Ce was set up again and continued throughout the year The chapter spent a Saturday, Judgmg seeds, poultry and dalry, at Portville In February the F F A secured an amusement featurmg Donkey Basketball wh.1ch they sponsored jointly with the Senior Class Following tlus, the group contracted to sell Robson seeds for another Oswegatchie Camp mortgage Older members of the outflt spent one day before Easter lI'1 Buffalo visiting stock yards, hygrade packing plant and G L F mills One of the final events of the year was the track meet a.nd Achievement Day for all Agnculture Departments ln the Count The F F A has a tot of 23 members enrolled Row 1 Herbert Oakes Wllham Breckbuehl, Bonde Slocum, Lloyd Benjamln, Alfred Weber Mr Wood R.1chard Cooper Row 2 Albert Rogers, Vernon Mllgate Kenneth Harms, Roy Harrls, Wllham Kent, Donald Hmkleg, Roy H1lbra.nd, Carl Moudy, Edward Bednarslu, Nelt Stalcup, Rtchard Olson, Richard Dake rvln N116S, Donald Farrlngton, Dean Hughes, Ronald Farrington ' 'J' TEN BRUECK CHAPTER FRANKLINVILLE 31 year. A scrap drive along with the other F.F.A. chapters was conducted to pay off the F.F.A. 1 . , . . . . , . , ' n - 1 a 1 , . . . l F F ,. ,. ,aff-, "r 1Ii'yi"e ' ll -3 Q A 4 Q f 1 I' sl ' 3, UR first year of mixed chorus w1t.h 64 high school students has been a worthwhile and success ful organizauon We elected offlcers at the beglnllllflg of the year as follows Presldent Patricla Follett Secretary James Bush Librarlans Beverly B111 and Bonde Slocum In November we sang all the music for the P T A passlon play enutled L1ght Eternal In December we sang several special numbers for the P T A. Chrlstmas program We also put on 11:1 Chrllsigmas assembly Wlth the band which mcluded special numbers by the chorus a.nd a com H1 ty S Last fall a number of our chorus members attended All State Muslc Festival held at Bohvar They all reported a thrllhng experlence On Aprll 8 and 9, elghteen members of our chorus p3.I'f.1C1 pated 1n an All County Muslc Festlval held at Randolph Our busiest time of the year has yet to come As th1s book goes to press we are looklng forward to several events We expect to put on our annual spring assembly and sprlng concert sometime 1n May On May 13th the chorus expects to compete in the annual Sprlng Festival 1n Fredonia Ln June we expect to particlpate 1I1 graduation and the Baccalaureate servlces Of course we never know what wlll come up ln the meanume to add to our 11st of act1vit1es Row 1 Rose Gould, Bilhe Jean Cradler, June Cross, Marjone Hendrlckson, Ma.r1lyn Drussea Janet Espeso, Patrlcia Pratt, Dons Fox, June Dunn, Shlrley B1ll, Betty Agett, Nancy Wlllard, Norma Milgate Weaver, arbara Schuyler, MarJone McPherson, Patr1c1a Gould, Madonna Schwegler, Joa.nne Wheeler, Donna Ammons Row 3 Jean Cross, Ruth Maxwell, Beverly B1ll, Lou1sa Phllllps, Joyce Willlams, Patr1c1a Follett, MarJor1e Milks Lucille Ross, Nancy Galatl, Betty Raub, Joyce Smith Row 4 Lewis Gray, Wlfliam DeWitt, Leslie Meacham, Betty Creamer, Patr1c1a Niles, Yolanda Scallse, Beverly Mallory, Janice Lane, William Breckbuehl, Jack Eggleston, Gordon Jones Row 5 Vernon Milgate, Kenneth Frles, Richard Dake, Leo Harsen, Ov1d Knlght, Lew1s Chres tensen, Frankhn Scalise, James Martiny, Alfred Weber Row 6 Robert Hall, Donald Lew1s, James Chrestensen, James Bush, Mrs Herbert Jones, Earl Reed, Jack Meacham, Bonde Slocum, James Tyler UI' 32. n n o . . tt . o,, : . ' . . ' . ' ' . uf Row 2: Jogce Rogers, Gladys Chapman, June Patterson, Sylvia Jewell, Sally Meacham, Joyce Zane! Row l Wayne Feernan, Roger MBIVIH, Ov1d Knlght, Leo Harsen, Earl Reed, Mr McCarthy Roy Ford, R1chard Lane, Jack Eggleston, R.1Ch3.I'd Scalise, Thomas Wagner Row Z Ruth Harsen, Rose Gould, Donald Farrington, Herbert Oakes, Burton Wheeler, Kenneth Fries, James Chrestensen, Alfred Weber, Joel Halloran, Gordon Jones, Charles Schuyler, James Splcer, Jamce Lane, Joanne Wheeler BAND OUR band this year played for many of the school act1v1t1es such as the Semor in December In February we participated ln a Band Festival The school bands from Elllcott v1lle, Allegany, Salamanca and Frankllnville combined for a concert, glven at Salamanca It proved to be a very good experience and a lot of fun James Chrestensen and Ovld Knight played ln the band at Sect.1onal Music Fes tival held at Bolivar last fall Another group of students took part 1n the all colmty Festwal 1n Randolph 1n April We are plannlng now for the annual Spring concert to be held ln May 33 N u , . . Play in November, the Christmas assembly and the P.T. A. Christmas program ROW l Mary Murray, Ilm Bush, B111 Goss Sally Meacham, Frances enapole, Janet Brazee B111 Northup Row 2 Mr Chapman, Bonde Slo cum, Dave Maxwell Gordon Jones, Lewis Gray HE student Councll under the supervlslon of Lawrence Chapman has made progress We orgaruzed the Assembly Program Contest, the purpose to flnd the best assembly for thls year They are judged by then' educauon quality, class part1c1pat1on, entertalnrnent value, and class plannmg The varlous programs of class and orgamzatlon actlvitles have been approved by the COUDC11 and carrled out by the classes Pcwkoimea Iean Cross, Dean Hughes Herbert Oakes, Doug las Randall, Patrlcla Gould, Leshe Meacham, James Holmes, Richard Bergholtz, Mr John Grekalskl Walk Don t run Keep to the rlght Don t hold conferences l1'1 the halls These are the rules enforced by our patrolmen w1th the cooperauon of the stu dent body 34 gl' A A g v 145 . H 1 f 'I , . . 15 , I . - 1 , - J ----- ' --.---. 1 ' . 771452 I Seated Florence Holmes, Sharon Ammons, Jean Bigham, Norma Murray, Anne Hogue, Mrs Morns, Patrlcla Trowbridge, Ruth Rogers Standing Jane Negus, Ieanne Phlnney, Theresa Pasto, Mary Murray, Ruth Harsen, Dorothy Lawton, Ronald Flsher, Carol Henry, Sharon Hitchcock, Ruth Hahn, R.1chard Scahse, Ernest Schuyler, Edward Reynolds, R.1chard Lane, James Cash, Wllham Goss, I.ou1se Mlles, Jantce Woodruff Clara Trowbridge, 1311166 Hemminger, Robert Brazee Members not lncluded in the photograph are Thomas Wagner, R.1chard Whltstone, Mary Colley, Nancy Marvin, Sandra Howard, Charles Moensch THE Math Club, sponsored by Mrs Morns, 1S a soc1a.l group composed of puplls of the '7th and Sth grades To be elig1ble for membershlp in the Math Club, one has to have an average of 90 or above and be initlated Math Club parues are held on Thursday every 5th week followlng the lssue of the report cards The members meet ln room 19 for a luncheon The program consists of initzation for new members and entertainment prov1ded by the mem bers Officers are Presldent, Anne Hogue, Vice Pres1dent, Norma Murray, Secretary and Treasurer, jean Blgham Left to r1ght Ruth Wr1ght, Janice Bennett Beverly Mallory, Bertha Stalcup, June Patterson, Gladys Chapman, Jean Trowbrldge, Mlss Romweber Absent from school Patrlcla Pratt The library asslstants are volunteers who help to keep the llbrary m runmng or der Dutles consist of shelvmg books and magazmes, preparmg new books for circu latlon, and mendmg the worn and torn 35 ! 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Row l Louis Gray, Pens Bergholtz Franklm Scallse, Loms Chrestensen, W1ll1arn Breckbuehl Rlchard Dake Douglas Randall Herbert Oakes Martln Gleason Row A Mr Hunter, Bonde Slocum, Co Captain, Ov1d Knlght, Dana Gould, Earl Reed, Co Captaln Roy Harr1s, Gordon Shattuck, Lloyd Bengamm, Mr Ottoway Row 3 Phllllp Abbott, Robert Howard, Ronald Boye, Joel Halleran Donald Lewls, Javan Goodwln Roy Ford, Richard Allen, Ke1th Abbott, Davld Maxwell, Charles Rhoades B A was 1n1t1ated into the Allegany Cattaraugus football league f.hlS year and began wlth a.n unsuccessful season by wlnnlng l, tylng l and loslng 5 Although all f1Ve league games were lost, they brought honor to T B A by bemg awarded the Sportsmanship Award Bonde Slocum was voted all star guard ln the Allegany Cattaraugus league TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA September 26 October October October October October December 6 Warsaw Cuba Po rtvllle Allegany C anisteo Bohvar Eden We hope that next year wlll be a successful season for the Panthers who will be try1ng to 1mprove this year s record to the he1ght of the 1947 SGBSOII 38 2442456466 Seated Dana Gould, James Bush, James Chrestensen, captam, Earl Reed, Louls Chrestensen Standmg R.1chard Scalise, William Breckbuehl, Franklin Scahse, Iavan Goodwln, Douglas Randall, Lloyd Benjamin, Mr Ottoway ONCE again, the Panthers took the league cup a.nd this year went on 'to take the b1 colmty championshlp Havlng Won over Westfield at Dunlurk by a score of 39 37, they Journeyed to Buffalo Memorial Auditorium to meet Lewiston Here they lost by a score of 44 38 This 1S the second year T B A has gone to Buffalo to compete for the Western New York Class B champlon shlp Earl Reed and Skip Gould represented T B A on the County All Star team this year GAME SCORES Warsaw Machias Randolph Portvllle Cuba Salamanca Allegheny Machias Cattaraugus 38 FOR THE YEAR Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck Ten Broeck 30 Cuba Randolph Po rtvllle Salamanca Allegheny Cattara We stfiel Lewlston Ten Ten Ten Ten Ten Ten Ten Ten Broeck Broeck Broeck Broeck Broeck Broeck Broeck Broeck A 'tx A 24 ' 55 37 15 45 Z4 30 33 ' 54 ' ' 33 42 35 1 s Si 36 33 33 31 U? 37 20 47 ' 44 39 M- H -L.---. cvwcfq 1f,m,f Row 1 Lewls Gray, Ronnle Farrington, Ervin N1les Herbert Oakes Row 2 Davlcf Kaylor R.1chard Allen, Wilham Lane, Pens l3ergholtz, Ronxue Boye Row 3 Burton Wheeler, Keith Abbott, Charles Rhoades, Ph1ll1p Abbott, Bonde Slocum, Robert Howard, Mr Hugh Cra.1g1e HIS year s I V team under the fme coach 1ng of Mr Hugh Cra1g1e had a hlghly success ful season The cubs co capta1ned by Bob How ard and Bonde Slocum, lost only f1ve of slxteen contests The f1ne record of the boys speaks for the1r hlgh cahber of play throughout the long season HIS year's Vars1ty Club has A3 members wh1ch 1S the largest Varslty Club ln many years In order to obtain membershlp for the club, you must part1c1pate ln a varslty sport and earn a letter Thls club IS formed to create good sports mansh1p and to learn how to Work together So far thls year, we have sold candy 1n the halls and at football basketball, and baseball games The mem bers sold penc1ls and kept part of the prof1t to pay for then' lnsurance and other IIGCGSSIUSS for sports The pres1dent of the club 1S Don Lewls and the v1ce pres1dent lS Earl Reed The treas urer 1S 11m Chrestensen and the secretary 1S Bonde Slocum The Vars1ty Club who form the T are as follows: left to r1ght lst row. Charles Rhoades, Robert Howard, 2nd row, B111 Brech buhle, Frank SC3.llS9Q 3rd row, 11m Bush, phil Abbott, 4th row, Lloyd BenJam1n, Lou1s Chres tensen, 6th row, Herbert Oakes, Earl Reed, 6th row, OV1d Kmght, Per1s Bergholtz, Don Lewis, David Maxwell, Doug Randall, Lewis Gray, 7th row, Dana Gould, Vernon Clayson, Keith Abbott, jim Chrestensen, Ronald Boye, Gordon Shattuck, Bonde Slocum. TARTING the school year off wlth a bang electlon of off1cers soccer lntramurals round robm tournament good captams Sylvla Jewell servlng as sports manager all year 8Of1v participation to earn polnts awards ahead selllng candy at basketball games new whlte shirts servlng refreshments dunng basketball season Basketball play day here, a rush of basketball games, square da.nc1ng, lunch, autograph party '7 schools girls, new friends basketball and volleyball games exchanged w1th West Valley plan for a spring roundup to flmsh the year and fmally awards time well spent wear the blue 'n' gold for a year of fun better sportsmanship 11 Officers President Shirley Lane VICE President Anna Jewell Secretary Joyce Rogers Reporter Gladys Chapman Advlsor and Treasurer Mlss Nyla June Wallace "But there's nothing the-matter with us ' pep leadershlp enthusiasm The seven cheerleaders Pat Follett, Captain Pat Niles, Jamce Lane, Beverly B11l, Joyce Rogers, Gladys Chapman, Ruth Maxwell Monday and Thursday afternoon practmcmg Jumps different formations, new cheers everyone scoutmg for a peppy yell hopes and dreams for new uniforms during football season came true for basketball our snappy blue 'n' gold behind each team, both J V and Varslty sellmg book covers, candy serving refreshments Koh, those dishesl to visiting a.nd home teams give three yells rah, rah, rah, yes to seven girls a good cheermg squad!! 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Ui course you are lou wlll haxe a. chance to discuss thls Xllal prob lem at the Parent Teatner Shel ng w be held ln the school on 'lhn x day 'Nowember 18th at 8 00 M Carrying um the theme 0 the year Brighter Tomorruws the topic for this meeting IS Brl 1 er Tomnrrows Through Safety Jdu cation Lhalrmen Wes Hemmlnger and Fxed bleffenhagen promise an mteresvtlng and constructne pro gram The evening wlll wmd up with a social hour and retrrsh ments iv.- T B A. Semors Rehearse Play On Friday November 19 at 8 15 p rn the Senior Class of TBA wlll present a 3 act comedy entitled 'The Adorable imp , in which ghosts neurotlcs disguised char 'laugh riot The characters are as follows Barbara Rogers is Hortense Hos tetter the mald who Sees all Hears all and Tells all Betty lRaub ls Betty .Lou Gordon who nurses an aching heart and tums tmp at her mothers plea Betty Agett is Mrs Abby Sl-mpklns hex maternal grand mother Donald Lewis is Brian Barclay the wld ower who lives next door and turns butler to save his lady love Patricia Follett ls Malvina Barclay the neurotic daughter 0' the wld ower Janice Lane ls Pamela Gor don a. gay wldow on the trail of a rich husband James Chresten sen ls Clint Purdy, an old bachelor and grandmas beau who turns cook Patricia Niles ls Imogene Van Ryndon the Wealthy girl who is obsessed with a. cat phobia Alfred Weber ls Winston Plckrell a rich lrasclble old man with the gout James Martiny is Dilwortb Piokrell a plll popping dyspeptlc grandson ot Winston Dana Gould ls Ross Waldron another grand son of Winston and a college sen or This play ls produced by special arrangement vnlth T S, Denison and Company of Minneapolis Mln neaota Reserved seatywlll be s0ld The play ls produced under the direction of Macle Johnson ST B A Students Panthers Smother Salamanca Place High Recess For Holidays .lan 7 A Co Fan51f1a12y?a?v"ii'Z The follow ings m The Ten Broeck Chapter of the! fn ldlhd lu the Filture Rarmers of Axnerlca upheld' N Us its usual high standards at the NHOPQKTIHB Theaief' Llttle Valley Phir this yea: The poultry Judging team 00l'l'ND0l0d ot Herbert Oakes second year 8811 cultural student, and Richard Coop er fourth year agricultural stu dent brought the chapter a. close second place ln judging Outstand ing however was Rddmrd Coopers score of 266 which made him top man among all the FFA boys pa: tlclpatlng Although the 'boys was less fortunate In the dairy cat tle Judging finishing about halt way down the list. lt found consol ation ln lu chsvter booth exhibit. Working together the Franklin ville boys put together an exhiblt emphadzlng 'the position of C operatlves and Coopefatlon in fa: mlng' for which they were award ed the Blue Ribbon of Excellence A feature of this exhibit was a. hlve of Italian bees part of Rich ard Coopers supervlzsed farm pro gram which was busily engaged ln coopemtlon under glass Individually the Frmnklinvllle rF A boys did well also Lloyd Ben jalmln fourth year agricultural student won first prize wlth his Last Night For P T A. Play An appreclaltlve and enthusxastlc audlence wxtnessed the present!! tion o' the Bxbllcal drama T110 Light I-,ternal on Thursday even mg November 4 in the T B A- Auditorlum The local Parent Tea cher Association ls sponsor-ln! 1-his beautlful production proceeds of which wlll be used to start a med xcal ald fund The tlnal perform ance wlll be given on Friday even ing November 5 and reserved seats may be obtained at the Park ex and Howard Drug Store g The cast of this lmpresslxe dra matlzatlon consists enmrely of lo cal talent and is under the capable direction of Nlrs Irene Hxll The loxely music beautiful cos .lumes and nnnna.L.Jxf .Lheno well dern llonder Book llsle A Horse lEame'- Mlddle M0 il-xgsunst lCrlm9 Fl Lenme Frazier N Maglc Show + At TBA And On Wednesday January 5 1949 Vveatherbee and Son Magic cus will appear at the Franklin ville Central School auditorium under the sponsorship of the Jun Rufous Redtall Galior Class naan Garth Weathefbee and son have ngdur? lliarrz R been doing magic for a consider 190 Henen ff able time They nm took n up e B15 Bright as a hobby and started entertain Hand in the Plctwing their friends and shut ins terlous Sea. lane This is one magic show that puts the Norm Wind Lthemsekves out to play in child den Flash McNee1 Marshall Assorted Candle in the Mi Jefferson a Boy l 'vlonsell Story of ell Nickeys Bugl rens homes and other institutions The tricks and illusions did not come from far off lands They are ones that the Weatherbees have originated and picked up from master 'magicians This show ls A Gif' Sacagawea- flume bn different than me usual Herimge shipper' run of magic There are plant! Q Boy Frontlersman tha. Daughter of Reluctant Rebel Lonely Carrot VV iounger Children Patrol Wellman Nlheelwrlght Sec: I P T A. Schedules H First Meeting Semors Plan Thursday B C al prrows ls the Dr0 lg V the year Ut the is Association ot emy and Franklin The T B A Semor Class isyhool according to planning a Hallowe en Carnival at nt. made by M the school to help stamp out the Program Comm! dxsasters which often result from Halloween pranksters nced that the first It ls absolutely unnecessary for of the Agsocla chlldren to spoil property with ld ln the School oven tomatoes put soap on win hursday October dows hlde or destroy articles andlM and that the exen in llct physical injury just st meeting wlll be because lts Halloween rrows Through The Carnival ls designed to keep Making use of the children interested and o K the mittee Mr Harris streets on the eve of Halloween meeting that 'It wlll be a wholesome entertain plain tun pro well ment including a movie severally worthwhile cartoons the usual eats and con tried program cesslonl :fl will b 6 Three cheers should go to theme evening indeed Seniors for accomplishing this lent wlll be the pre which should have been ln pract ms for the Year xce years ago They are pfovlnzl Panthers Close Season With Wm 32 Report For Basketball Squad Joyable and worthwhile evening and you will help to boost the 0' I 1 ePanlhers Alm on ot officers ghd en by the Assoc Mrs Harvey y slnglng led by nber Tlnty pes hers under the s Keith Deumg 1 and Francis -cted by Wesley and that ought to of course refresh :cial hour to finish Teachers meeting wantto gnlll. anthers To 0pen Season At Home, Candidates For Gnd Squad cage Seam For Successhd he pr0l'ra1n comm argaret Romweber llott Mellerl Fran r Thofnber Wesley ith Dehong Fred d Rev W Burney I 0 l , 7 o a s . a I W u O P T ' I . . . . 0 s s T Q 1 - . . 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