Fredonia High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Fredonia, NY)

 - Class of 1937

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Arm: Lune kelly Emlrm 'lube H,1.1,g un DIIIIHII 111111 I 1 ll l!llL Slmnzfwg Mn 1 1311 lmlfulzef Mu IL A M S Exeoutlve Board IJDD LANE' LLFANOR WALLAC E Ell-1EL STROMBERC' HOWARD MARSH IA MES STARK Iwnor Repre'sentat1ve 1 res1dt.11 Vlce Prestdcn Secretary lreasur Lea lrr B ar' ARTHUP HAPLJ twpresen any a Largr Il L ader Boa1 Alma Mater Soolety The student body at Fr don1a State Normal School lS orgamzed Ulldbl the Alma Mater SOC19lY wh1ch d1rects soc1al act1v1t1es and wh1ch prov1des a means of presentmg and solvmg vanous school problems lt has been H1 exlstence fourteen years tostermg the democratc sp1r1t whrch IS ev1dent 1n the physxcal 1ntellectual moral and soc1al hte of the school Thxs year the Alma Mater QOC1GlY has made many noteworthy accomp hshments The student assembly program cornmlttee was maugurated pro v1d1ng an excellent SGIIGS of programs An orgamzed df1V9 was made for wmter sports and rt 1S probable that the Wmter Sports Fesuval W1ll be an annual atta1r Through the cooperatwe a11d generous sp1r1t of the members the Alma Mater SOCl9lY was able to prov1de several hundred dollars for the refugees of the tlood reg1ons The Alma Mater Soc1ety IS lmprovmg and growmg 1n lnlluence We are look1ng tor even greater results IU the future ..ly.i'tl: FX ,., .. 4 , I , ' , ' b.,- 'll ' ' ,I ..'., 1 '.' I K . , 1 H. 7.1! Q. 'rdf 'lt . U". f L ' f 'ik 1 Nl. ff . 5. ,, "' . -------- P " 1 1 U- 1 J ----,, 4 4 . EDVVARD TRlBl'f - - Senior ROfJIFSGIllIlllVC f :1 Loader Baazzl 1 - - ' . ' 1 ' , cg: f 1 Q nr ., .S f rl' ' I 'ell 1:1 :H A, gi . 9 , . 3 . I , A i . . , . . . . C.. . - Mnlbfflnza' DeGm1l Cnlflmz Blodonz Bmoi Cfazppell Aelwou P eegef kelly Srfanmll MtGunelI fznmn Men lullkli' U Illlllll Ive er 0Le1f1 Blzmfand Amfmrukz Srbufer The Dromotlo CIuIo EXGCUTIVS Board IIO W ARD KIILFER PTQSIOSTIT VV ELLINGION WILLIAMS VICE Pre-srdent IAYNE DUNI-1AM Secretar GFORFE PFLEEGER Treasurer I-IELEN KVLLY Llbrarlar If STER oHAPPELL A 'VI S Ropresontatxvo M139 FII EI N Q I VARY MR IERBILRI MACKIE Aclvms r Commlttee Chcurmen IUCY NVLSON Dxrectorb HERBERT AMBORSKI ESTHER CCHIJILER ROBFRT OvVENS DOROTHY OLBURN ARLENE BLANCI-IARD WALTER IfULHOLLAND HARRISON SCI-IMOLL ALBERT De-GROAI MARFARFI' BRO K LUELL.-L DRAKL FELICE MENZ C FRHY BLODORN Hr-LEN LORD IAIIRA IQQARRFLI Personnel Make ur Pubhcxtx Costume ASSISIGHI Costum Stage Manaq r Electrlclaw Stage Modeh q Qket and Membershxp Hous P1ctu1L Properl Proqram Prwfroihrrwmt flfly llllrf I' ' I. J. L ' I. 'L J. ,lf '. 4 L 4 ' c'. I I. ' . 1 --4--- , ' M -Y-Y-,A- ' ' 1 IJ A ---- , . , . . . , ' , .. .L,'T"'.g , .R T' , - IACK CRIMENS ---- Play-reading and Tryout . ,N ------- A D A ,...... . A .- A v - l l .H 1 f O ---' Ti' ' rr A w - Yi-,.--. Q S , ' I ' -Y----- y I-1 I ,,,,,,,, ff ,L 'a-..,.,l 4-'0 'J fJ!.,. ,Qvs-gd, YJ K 5,-fs, fQ.L,pf,1,n-V --1 !,4's"'Hf 1 KQALMJ 'ff lggvd , aff Yi. 4, I. Xfvzlr. l7ff.n, PJIJW. Ifllfilllll. lfrlflr. 11116411 C 1'ff Jdmd. L.111L'. film i, Ntffwzl. If.1r'lc. Cfln1f1,f1eff. Him, M.1rHt' pln1ffJiff.Sifr11lfg. flillli. 1.4 ffff.1rJ. Cuff. rlI,11f!fziwn1. UC fff' IIIKH. Cfffffff, ll Qilwar. Prim mfr. Gregg. Slfzlifrffiffw. lilfllzi, ll".1f!f'1i I ll"i!f1.1mi. MrG.11w1'f. ljifruf, N,171fi:fzziz':. Zapp. llnffli. Rmzie. lllnifffi, llfrieqffufd. It.lrIt't'07I. l:.I71fll!7.l1 wuz. I7mf.lt i. Crm trfr. fllltflll I 5t'ff11i'w, .'if1.fw ww. Nuftwr. I.,lll tml. 5l7.I7lf7t'. lii'.im'b.11d, Hilfli. Clfffull. Muni, l'f.11ww. Gzuwlmmz. Lurg. lwlf ffillt 1, .lltlif yn, ll,1i!ifl,uv. Stull. lf1l4Q'!lUU,".illcxllh, fffflfwl. MJD. lxlilfirr. llwftfrlfii. llitlwlf. 5'l.1frfli ll.1ff', ll1,1fm,1i Hill, Ilnnffr. lfifhri inn. Gwwz,l5li1li,If,1g.1f1, Utfmlllw. llniguilllil-1, Cffnzzull, ll.1:.m!, ll"iifil1.1. Gil! K7 I THE DRAMATIC CLUB This school year the Dramatic Club has been very active. lt has pro- duced two excellent threefact plays for the publiczf "Cock Robin" by Elmer Rice and Philip Barry and "The Royal Family" by Georqe Kaufman and Edna ljerber. Besides these productions, they have presented "The Valiant" and l'Dust ot the Road" for assembly, in addition to many other one-act plays lor the club fneetlnqs and for outside groups upon request. The riierrbers have enioyed several distinquished speakers in their ex twiig:y,'w 'l'1l grwzrrtrizs. ' J fl .NJN 'Vfj0Al , ,W t mg, 51.112, Uzzwzt, MJ, vfv, l'flt'iyu'. Oirffwli. Bfudffnz. IV'ofi'fwi. 1.JIl,QL'7lYftl:l1, ljlffzlfflilf. H.zlfid.1,1, NnflmH,1mf fllfffhlrvqffv, l7f111fi.1w, lfwzmflf. limi. Swilfi. llfzgzlw. Lmzdiilfuf. lhlfvv, H.1,ug. rlltlilddwl. Cyliflll UM llLUlU71,l1.llffl14Ql.fqlljxflll. lxfam. ll,1rzli, lwffu. P.1l1Vyiw1, IillIflf.Il'Zj, I,.1wjf!QJf. Sifmzdw. 11111 lu. lxeffi -Ixrrffft, I:lH'Ill,lU. llnllrfnitr, Srfmllt t. lfffz, Gru1.Sr'fmwi. liLfmw11.Slww. lffwln t. Mmiief, ,lIi'G1.1lfv V ,, . , , ,. . ,. . , Sfxllylllflll. Ifmffuz lirlul, lint, lmu 4'Hll.l1l. Lflfzlffrz. I7edm'i-. P.IlllIcf1. IMIH, 551111. l3f,14q.qtfl. 6.111111 I 1if.zlt, Cffffliz, f,fm,'1f1.'r14qt, l'if1r'ig11en,1, M.1Hwy. l.niffpufJ. Sfllllfl Hufmrl. DfI'ir1z1e,1, fluwlig. j.fL'ul,tm1 THE DRAMATIC CLUB lnto the working principles of the club is incorporated the educational purpose of removing the element of competition from one-act play try-outs. By raising higher standards for directors, "the lvlummersu have tried to pro- vide a wider scope of dramatic experience for those who desire it. The club officers look forward to the future development of the club under its changed program which has been conducted so successfully this year. I7 fl 4 11 L7 1111 1 II 1 111 1 fx 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 In 1111 f I I Il U H111 1 H 'II The Arl Club 11FnBFRT AMBOPSKT 1112-1+ HFLIIIA ANIDFRCON sz lx ' 1N VOBIN ON Ib l1ll.l'N VFLLY tr rllh LAUPA U VINNFY v The :mm of the Art Club has been To develop Pin CIDQTQCIXH on of ml throuqn lrcrvel lcrlks leciurcs and exh 13111015 Our rnernbershrp rn lhe AnLr1c1n lederclhon ol Arts brought the Art IT1CIgfIL1"lP to lhe T11 rery each monlu Gnd made pose ble the renhnq of several exh1b1t on Whrch wer valuable to Gll the Sludents of the normal S hool Arnon., the outstiindmq ones of the year were the followmq OI'1Q1I'1CIl woodcure htnoqruohs and eichmnqs by hvmq Amer can ensfs CI water color exh bu from the T e ury Depurtrnent Art Prmec Q CI 1 vey of mouern pcuntrnq Gnd reo oduchon of pcnnunqs by Van Coqh A nu ton plcture entrtlei We Are All Artxets was emoyed hy lhn i 1 mnj C mul nor nm Sd vol Uni per ple of the COINIIHITINIY f,.11f. l.1z1wf111, 171 I '11111 11. Gwy. S111u11r111, G1 1 f . Hiff. 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Spun P uval m eshgatlon comm1ttee accepte 5 the execuuve board of t Xlma Mater Soclety actual o :1r117at1on ol Lne events actlv mos lg gomv forward undex th dnreruon of Eleanor Wallac M S VICE pres1de11t The mvesmgauon te M1d sear CXHITIIIXIUOXXS '11 mder the chairman scheduled N20 dbeffm at mn l I Ex loved the O11 011 ay Y'll0!'lll!'lg CHI xlilltlespfor the C nnur pemgds The 1val and cond U lb Om W etermme S oward the eport gnven 'S I I b xefore e bac 11111 tr21L1o1 oard at A a onday afte Cczehdahl 'y nmmntee on "'0,,,e Y o, ence of M 3 A ' ,O gan' Q Accord 'Way 'S 0 601- L' lc poll 0 1 aa 1 , 1 X 11, H Sflldenfs Ra' tude 7 New S4 3 9 void F use Y "1rrl1 I d t 'NC irc uXI49Irr A ? 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Grubb Mbrlle: Hubbard Cobb fallen Smdu Coluzdu 0Crn1mll Pnl Bllllelllllll llrllfli Druuuu if Paul Smrlb Bnfmn Hagan D141 Luton Pclcfwnl Lfnrlew Hguellt Ceolllans I THEL STROMBERC Prcsnluu MILLICENT BROX NLEF SALLY BATES OLGA KRAWCHUK RUTH PIERCE IESSIE REID EDITH KREIS A M S Representattv MR HOWELLQ Duector V1 L Presrdent Se retary Treasurer Lrhrarlans The membershtp of the Cecrhans thts year has been approxtrnately etqhty The pr1nc1paI arm of the G1rls Glee Club 1S the tusmq of 1nd1v1dual personal mes tn order that a perfect and complete mustcal ensemble may result I add1t1on to th1s the oraanlzanon qtves tts members a deeper apprec1at1on mterpretatton and understandmq of mustc and develops hner musxctanshtp 1n each prospecttve teacher by studymq the works of such great masters as Schubert Brahms Cesar Franck Tcharkovsky and Wagner The Club meets twrce a week and the Work IS strenuous However the experrence qtves each member the opportumty to cooperate m excellent chorus work and to learn throuqh observatton the best methods ot conductmq en semble smqmq Thts aroup has appeared aqam on the concert serres for the year and over an extenslve hook up they have once more won tor themselves the repu tatron ol bemq the lmest ensemble to broadcast over the Columbta network Thts QCl1V1lY ofters to qrrls of the mustc department as well as to others who quahty tor Gl1q1b1l1lY a tme opportumty for musxcal pleasure culture and performance "L.'f"- :ll ' ' ,, ,ltr 4. . 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Lllucfl U11 It H11111 51,7111 Mnlfa IIHILI AFIOHS HJWAHL1 WALSH IAMEQ HARK DONALD ROWE GEOROE Prl.FEGErt FLOYD KEItl-l VIR DIERS Vtcf pIES1Clt nt o crftary Treasurfr LIEICIIIGII IX M Q Hepresen atxv Dxrector The Arrons Men s Glee Olub of E N S rs one of the most actrve, orqant zat1ons rn the school lts purpose IS to create emoyment of slnqlnq enthus1asm for choral musrc and to have a qood trme as a qroup Thrs year under the enthus1ast1c and capable leadershrp of Mr Francts H D1ers we have orqanrzed a club that IS larger than any club of 1lS klnd rn DIQVIOUS years The rnterest shown by the members of the club has proven to be C1 real 1nsp1rat1on to 1lS d1rector One of the Chlef ObJ9Cl1VGS of a club of th1s kmd IS to present to the publlc the result of thetr efforts In thrs respect we have not been laclcmq Besldes the many enqaqements fulhlled m hrah schools and tor busmess clubs of the nexqhbormq towns we had the pleasure of sxnqxnq at the Eastern Musxc Educators Conference held at the Elmwood Mustc Hall tn Buffalo on February l3th To clrmax the years work the club Jomed wtth the Cecthans on Apnt "Oth to qrve a concert on the Western New York Festtval Senes The fmale of the years work comes 1n the form of an outrnq whlch IS always enthus1ast1cally attended At thls tlme oftxcers tor the comma year are elected 51x11 re -". tv.. 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Western New York MUSIC Festlval The twelfth year of an enterpnse whlch l'as almost become a tradrtron Vtlllli the Fredoma State Normal School has been successfully culmmatea BSSIGQS the regular Week set asrde each year for the many events of mostly non competrttve nature seven eventng programs were presented to the stu dents and general pubuc Among the years artxsts were Helen Olhelm promrstng young Soprano of the Metropohtan Opera Iso Br1sell1 v1ol1n1st the Russran lmperral Srngers and the famous dance mxme Agna Enters Other attractrons m the serres were concerts by the combmed glee clubs the Sym phony Orchestra and the Symphontc Band Durmg Mustc 'Week many glee clubs bands orchestras and ensembles organrzed festrval commrttees got mto actton and made the occaslon orderly as well as festtve and Joyous To the v1s1t1ng boys and grrls rt was a glortfrea p1cn1c and also a valuable opportunrty for them to perform wrth other organl zatrons of a s1m1lar nature Through the suggestlons of the adyudtcators the vrsttmg teachers ga1ned many helpful hmts as to the poss1b1l1t1es of 1mprov1ng thetr organ1zat1ons THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL SINGERS of western New York high schools descended upon Fredonia. The well- t MUSIC Festwal Commlttees FAR HAP OJI T E PPL SIR MBFRC' NA1HAN HARDV RERENICE KANFHL EVELYN ILQYLJ ALFRED CASTLLLAN 'X EDWARD W ALSH ELEANOR WALLACE EDWARD TLRLAN NORMA VALENI FINE CHARLES DECKER IAC! YAROBLEWSVI RTDHAPD RHOADE NFL N 'IOC AN N E PA Fenercrl CHQ1rmc1n Trckets U hers Mmhnq Publlclij S clqe P0110 Recordmq Tumnq News Reportmq SWIG and Ensemble Fhotos cmd Pcrrcxde All Hlqh Bond Poqmq Prorrrrrm AGNA ENTERS ag-:qs ISO BRISELLI HELEN OLHEIM 'WJ Sunny H1 S, ,L . .T ' S -f--- 1 , . ' .ff ' . EAC . 1 ------- ' , .4 Q x . P Y - ' "'- I 'L ' 1 ' .A V Z '--" - I LILLIAN STEVENS ------- Housirlq .- . ' .S - - - - ' LAY 'ITENIS ,, , FIFTH ---A-A Y V ' K 4 'fw if - 1- ll' nib Slow: Plalfllp IN re! Lev Ryzzl if Ulllllllll The Fredonian l ARlORlE XNIDT Editor LMMET Pl'llLl.ll3 Business Muricx Jer Rd l-l HYNALQKI Pbotoordpli Edito LLCY STORFP l.1te dry Editor PAULINE Nl:-iFTL4ER Art Editor l-ll-WLFN lOl-INSOIN Typist Edrly in the foll the Fredonidn Stoff was norned by the Senior closs ond soon orqoznized. Much time Wos spent in the presentation of ideos ond in studying vorious types ond samples of books, buf finally they oqreed upon rr definite pldn ond the book beqdn to grow. Qften the Fredonion office pre- sented cr scene of disorder, with the stolt opporently buried with plans, The Fredoman 'VINIFPILLJ BALT7 DOROTHY COLEUFN HARLOTTE VAN S ONE UIRIN BLODORN IOSEPIM LANGENSTEIN MISS C' ARA M DAILEY MISS SAPA DEWEY MISS VIARUARET NOEL IISS EDIT'-I I. CI-IA'I"I'ERTON JIVLII1 1115 1 mm A111 ,Qhotoqrophs snop shots ond WIIIS ups But out of thu cor1Ius1o11 the F1 .Iomcm hos emerged cmd It IS submuted to you N 'H the hope thot 11 IuII1II C111 your expectohons In yeors to come may 1t serxe os CI re ord of oll he oleosont memory of Fredo1'11C1 Normc1I School Swann nun WQ.,,z.E' - 4 A I 1 If if 1 'I 1 . I ,, Gif ,I V FII t Q V ,P I' t 1251, wi . l..1u'Qr1111ciz1. HJIIJ. Bludmu. Cuffffrrrz. I'.n1Slw11- ', 1 ,U fd - - Af 15 f IJIIL , . I A I ' V ' - f Afi' 1 511111 511111 f-1 11- S Y A ,-V, , , ll . 1 I s x' A I A f r . 4 ' . ' f - ' ' .W- 1 ' - I " ' V ' ' V ' I.. I I li , , . I 1 P I I HQ , - V A V 1 U11 INIIII ll 7111 LL Il ll 1 1711 IL ffl IL! llft I 1 I 1 I I3 ll 111 H lfall H1 Ill lr 1 I Ilflll Dong 13160111 fiLlllgfJl11 ll lflllll Illff Quilt: Cmufm 51111111 Llrfvf The Leader Members ot the Leader tat' have many rnc TIOTIGS of tht yr II to tak away wrth them They are proudest perhaps ot the specral cd1t1o11 at the Leader wh1Ch led to the contr1but1on by the students O1 d faculty member ol a cons1derable sum of money tor flood rel1et They l1ke to beheve that the pap r has shown a marked rmprovernent rn srze and scope of mate ral over those whrch preceded 1t The mcrease 111 srze was larqely due to the work ot the adverhsmq department whrch made avarlable sutf1c1ent funds necessary tor the enlargement Leader correspon dents were present at several natronal educatronal conferences and the paper made numerous surveys ot school ODIHIOD conductmq amonq other thmqs a straw vote to determme the sent1ment of the students 1n the nat1onal elechons l Ruffin . 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' 1 " 9 - 1 1 11191111 1 lull ll 1 1 1 L11 lkl ll 1 The Leader Producmq such a newspaper week after week has be n hard work but those who have rema1ned w1th he staff workmg and worrymq have come to the concluston that the troubles were worthwhtle Leader wrtters qatned valuable expenence 1n expresslnq themselves throuqh tht medrum and all members of the staff dtd get around rnatntatmnq valuable contacts wttn other students and members of the faculty Parttes always amonq the outstandtna events of the year for the mem bers of the Leader staff occupted some ttme The ftrst Leader dance of thc year was held 1n November Early 1n March a Dawn Dance also called a Yawn Dance was held tn the qymnastum The fmal banquet and danfe at vxhtch staft cos1t1ons for l9'J7 38 were announced was held early 1n May at Shorewood country Club ,JW ' U li , 1 l V., t 1 X ivzkvfw. fifty. jolwvnz. DI 1, . ILH' .ky Pultrwll, C1 lgcffftl. Uznfzzt. Mug. H. ff. Auld . K W. ff 11 lxltfu nl. 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MLGUMII lxet lu lwnebl Senlor Counselors SALLY BATES Ass stant Chalrman MISS MARY CRANSTON Advxser The counselor group GCl1V1l1GS under the gu1darce of women faculty members offer each g1rl rr' the school opportumttes for development ln o operat1on soclal polse grace and ab1l1ty to meet and talk to other people wlth varymg lnterests and background For the freshmen they are a potent factor 1n successful or1entat1on to college l1fe smce the group spmt makes each g1rl feel that her problems and needs recewe the sympathy and v1tal lnterest of the advlser and the other gtrls The Semor counselors are selected to a1d the faculty adV1ser tn counsellng the grrls and plannlng for group partxes SIHCG the cr1ter1a of select1on for counselorshxp lnclude scholarshlp leadershlp DOISG respons1b1l1ty person a11ty and contr1but1ons to the group and school belng a Senlor counselor 1S consmdered a great honor Each g1rl so chosen W1ll1ngly and eagerly seeks to prove the confldence shown 1n her by matntamtng the hlgh standards of counselor 1deals The soc1al act1v1t1es of the current year emoyed by the counselors 1n cluded a tea glven ln the recepnon room a banquet held at Shorewood Country Club and a prom whxch the men counselors were also allowed to attend w1th guest prxvmleges Eigblj one fr '1 ,. 11. 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Sfl I , A -K , 2,I.l.vE,1 s' Y Y - L ff- Q1:f11:1:11'11 lyllfhi l.l1'1HY QTF1'aNS'IQN -'f--- .,X'l'J155fI Eigblj four MQY QUEEN Ruth Rgnalvkr Of the many pleasant events looked forward to by the Senlors the one that holds perhaps the hrghest degree of antrcrpatxon for them IS May Day The center of the days act1v1t1es IS the crowmng of the May Queen who Wllh her srx attendants has been chosen many Weeks ahead by the Semor Class the chorce be1ng made on beauty po1se attractlveness and The days program beg1ns wrth a flag ceremony 1n the rnorn1ng The banners are rarsed by the A N' S and class pres1dents as Fredonra For ever and class songs are sung Followmg thls, the Fredonrans wluch have been eagerly awarted are d1str1buted arnld much excrternent and rnterest l l I I personality. l Q Ln 1 - U ll I - ' I HTTENDANTS ETHEI. STROMBERG GENEVA LOQKENHOUSE ELIZABETH LEMPGES RUTH BARTLEY THELMA ROACHE RUTH MCFADDEN The afternoon br1ngs the coronat1on of the Queen carry1ng one back 1n memory to the days of legend and ch1valry In the dlstance the Sen1ors assemble and march to the front of the school The Queen appears w1th her attendants wh11e chrldren strew flowers 1n her path and a page carr1es the floral crown The loyal followers watch almost breathlessly as Her I-Itghness approaches the throne Wh1Ch IS banked by beaut1fu1 flowers The coronat1on by one of the Queen s attendants IS a colorful gorgeous pageant An enterta1nment follows wh1ch 1ncludes pomp ceremony mus1c and the tradrtlonal May Pole dance w1th much gayety We who have emoyed the lovely ceremony as underclassmen have always been thr11led by 1t How much greater the th 111 to be a part of 1tl It 1S an expenence to be long remembered by Freshmen and IUHIOIS but never to be forgotten by Sen1ors It 1S a f1tt1ng and beautlful cl1max to our three years work at Fredoma Normal School Eighty he , - , . , , . , . . r' , . . 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HlH1,T.'I fv"L,a Agfv Skznner Manrke Bmfep Annu Lefbage Bafzzllen Gmg Seaman! ff, .,-W1 Ivnerj RESERVE BASKETBALL BESULTS Fredoma Won 9 Lost 8 529 Brockport Fredonla 1-hgh St Iohns Forestv111e Hlqh Brocton Merchants Dunk1rk Co11eg1ate Center 1orestv111e Merchants Brockport Fredoma H1qh P N A St Iohns P N A S11ver Creek Hugh Brocton Merchants Buffalo State Fredoma Y M C A Dunk1rk Co11eq1ate Center 443 Totals 26 O5 Averages 22 82 1 " f .94"x.f C ff! x. I, 'X' " 1 V I A 1 17 V1 , 1 F xv, X V' A A .f"'11 fir 5. sh - ., L 1 . 1. -.I f . f ,- . A ,ffl Jw! I, L!! 1 f 411 V" K- P V' .J P' f .- I 'V L ,IJ A 317 I' ' N..-fhj ,!,.,:, 1 v , f d,.f'j',vC -' -bl K-A I A J- YA! l 5 H W . ' . ' 1 ylf' 'f' LM-'U , 1 .. 1 . . fl .' 'A , ' 18 21 A . 1 I . H 23 ' ' 25 - 4 " 28 . 21 ' L 25 ' ' ' 17 J' 'A f ' 32 - - 32 ' 1 lf.-"L 53 ' ' ' 23 Q Q 12 I I 22 , 39 21 V ' 21 . . . 37 - 27 . 24 , 19 . . . 36 ' " 14 ' ' 15 20 15 17 18 57 ' .... 19 17 ' ' 13 388 Reserve Basketball Seaseu 1 1, I If ' 1 j I J' II' 1 , .111 'Q 11::.- 1, I 'V ' 1" 1 1'-1' ' ' fx :Wm 1" If Qi' 1 0117 2 11. '-" 'wx z ' "1 1 ' 1 7911.1 : 1 1,111 zz'-,i 1' 1 'EL 1 .Q " I E' '- 21111 .9 'E 1 1 11-f Ile! 1. 'I1f1'j.g,l'Qf.5E.lf Ijfffi jfI'1,l. f Eilrx ,r.,1. 1 .1 ,Y Mme, . 1 .Hr-. ',. 1. 5 1 T 111 1 1 T214 Q gr -7721 ' li-11I'e H ,, . , : , . ,A -lf' 5 ,EA l, - 1. . .3 1, 4 I I 'If' 1 ' f f17' '. 'l 'If 1 ' ' I' I 1 1 1 1,1 , '1r.'1", 1. m' ."'1T"" 1 ', 1' I' V 1' I ' 'ff if ff ' 11' I f. rf' 1 '11 ' ' it tg" 1., f' .i' 11 1 5 111' 'ri'-'T 1 ., , , . , I I 1 f .' vf. ' T , ' f' 1 f .L ' ' Miva My J -ld-ru Inlum 'lou In Dmznnzg Bfex Lmgen 14111 H1 fm lntramurals Last year for the hrst t1me rn the h1story of the State Normal School at Fredoma the men who were not actrvely engaged m varslty sports were orgamzed on a competltlve basrs under lntramural athletrcs Never before the gymnasrum pe 1ods A great deal ot lnterest was created throughout the entlre school year lt became so great that even some of the faculty members were present at the games Basketball created the most mterest Competmon was so close that the season ended tn a three Way t1e among the Semors MUSIC Students and the lumors SCORING SYSTEM M E t Posszble Pomts for Total ports mlmum rl mnce Addrtxonal Wmnmg Possrble ontestants Pomts Pomts Competmon Pomts Tenms Cross Country Volleyball Floor Hockey Basketball Foul Shootlng Badmmton Track Meet 8 To determme the possrble add1t1onal pomts awarded to the teams d1V1d9 the number ot poss1b1e add1t1onal pomts by the number of games won by the w1nn1ng team You then have the pornt value for each game Won V- ,fzjt l Hi bt 'AV' 'ML 1 YH., . . . , I , V, t A ,v w l f , 4 1 . 5 1 . . . 1' 1 fl , I 11 r have these men had a chance to compete in recreational sports except during ' 6 50 100 10 160 5 50 100 10 160 6 50 100 10 160 5 50 100 10 160 5 50 100 10 160 ' 8 30 60 10 100 ' 4 40 100 10 150 50 100 10 160 Ivrzezg two me P1119 1 eg Ling nl 111 C ug ll Intramural Champlons RESULTS OE INTRIX MIJRAI. COMPETITIQN 190536 Cr ss oll B Tenms Country ball ock y h Sho 1 M e Pomts Regular Senrors 5 Regular Freshmen Regular Iumors When the rntramural season was over last year we found that httys x percent ot the enrolled men had part clpated IH some one or more ot the sports Th1s year fltty tour percent of the men have taken actlve part 1n one or more of the sports The men have even trred to IHIIIGIG more games ln add1t1on to those already on the hst Before the season closes we antrclpate havmg srxtytrve percent of the mens names on record for taklng actrve part 1n the Intramural Sports Program RESULTS OF INTRAMURAL COMPETITION TO DATE 193637 Um! of Compemm Cross Floor Volley Foul Basket Foul Total Country Hockey ba Shootmg ha Shootmg Poxnts Regular Iumors Regular Freshmen Musrc Students Regular Senlors the sports already competed 1n th1s year badmmton and ln add1t1on to the track meet are the only remalnrng sports From the lead that the IUDIOTS have lt appears very probable that they w1ll be the wrnnmg unrt for the season N11 111,118 L. 2 . 1 tflPI,1II'K6K. 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Keyer. fullel. . e 1 el . rf 1 do Umt '51 fjompetitton Full, 1 O V QV' HFIOOL Gillllnr .,, I-ZIIIHQ 'IIIZCIT IIIOIOI .., ' 12' 0 160 92 153 83 l30 743 Music Students l60 l28 0 25 153 96 90 652 88 l0I II7 45 50 71 l25 596 ' l00 0 83 55 l53 0 l60 56l 'I ll ' ll I I ' 0 160 160 100 lO7 l00 627 0 l50 l30 81 64 84 509 ' 0 70 50 0 l36 0 266 ' 0 20 0 0 l60 0 I80 Iwnelj four -x V J Cross Country Cross country proved 1tselt to be a very mterestmg sport at Fredoma Normal dur1ng the 1936 37 school year Interest rn cross country as an 1ntra mural sport seemed to wane but tts popularrty as a varslty sport rncreased greatly over the prev1ous year tor ltselt among 1ts fellow cornpetttors F N S lost 1ts hrst meet to S11ver Creek Hlgh School the score be1ng 1563 but followed th s defeat wlth a dec1s1ve v1ctory over P N A w1th a score ot 4019 Our team t1n1shed thrrd 1n a four way contest at Forestvllle and then lost a return match to S11ver Creek 7215 ln the last meet ot the season Fredoma placed trtth 1n a s1x way meet at P N A where our team met some of the best small college and h1gh school compettron 1n western New York and northwestern Pennsylvama Our team should be glven due cred1t tor 1ts tme record and cons1stent tra1n1ng A new course was made here 1n Fredonra the length ot whrch IS 3 2 m11es At the close of the season the members of the team were entertaxned at a banquet g1ven by Coach Keyser Those I'9CG1V1I'1q letters were Captarn Anms Bubbs Horey E Iohnson Dyer Dunnmg T1cknor Leone and Manager Tousley Prospects are br1ght tor a good cross country team at Predorua Normal next year The Buffalo State team w111 head the 11st ot competrtors The add1t1on ot th1s old school r1val w1l1 boost our compet1t1on to real collegrate level Q i ,A ? t- x -'i ' f 1' pf W f A mr., w Z4 'tl xy 'J JJ 1 1 WF " A JV A ., tj ,,' The Normal team competed in tive inter-school meets and made a name M . ts- Nu' ,fb K5 wfffvtw lulfu Arzdwtm Mzllev Aim Llldlllg Lmd zrlel Colbmu Sniffer Lmkuzbnu e link Hnfnz Bulb Hnqm Mtbrin H1 en IXJIIIIIIZLIIIX Sbnpt Gnqnm Laurell Demon Km lem I :gm Mumgg MrGx lib Scbltfl 114111 Bmdg Btnllq Lmghlm Gtrls' Basketball thought in recent Vears and has become a favored item of our da1ly program The Normal School pfOV1dSS opportunities and equipment for the women stu dents to participate in several different types of sports such as basketball volleyball baseball badminton and tennis Basketball seems to be the most popular of the sports among the maiortty of the girls Besides giving them much fun 1t affords them an opportun1ty for spending leisure t1me soctally at the same time gaining knowledge as to the techmques of the game and the coaching of skills and tactics In the early part of the season there IS time allowed for beginners to learn the technique of the game Later the advanced players Join the be g1nners and a sertes of practices continues Eventually the whole group IS divided 1nto class squads and a captain chosen for each team The season ends with a tournament of the round robin type Each team plays the other team an agreed number of tmes The Iunrors agam put the honor in their pocket for winning the tournament There was a great deal of competttton for them this year with the in commg Freshmen and their old opponents the Sen1ors They succeeded however in again attaining the tttle of champions The attitude of good sportsmanship and enthusiasm with which the g1rls enter 1nto the sport IS one that deserves great cred1t and distinction Another phase of tmportance whtch this activity affords is a chance for any student who wishes to try for an official rating as referee Opportunity for referee1ng in practices and games is offered them for experience for the final Off1C1Ql test There IS a great demand for women off1c1als at present and the g1rls from th1s school who have passed the final examination are especially grateful to the experience they rece1ved from this organization J C9'f7'U9J,4-40661 41AgfW"'fW'7 CZ, ,Lo Anzelj ire I yy 1 A af v W 'V ' f I X l f X ' ff 1 if , V - V 7 .1 J 1 4 ' 1 : ., . 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H I 4 A , , . , . . Wres f. EDC it Sw 1 U1 ll 1fn..f'l11ff FREDONIA CLEANERS AJ Sirts f Dry 'fl'-f1:IIr1:, Pzfdssiug, Ffg,'111g:1:, lf :ts I' i 45 E. Main Sl. Fredonia. N. Y. Compliments of COLONIAL INN 30 E. Main St. Fredonia, N Cprzxplirxmrlts cf THE ELMER E. SMITH STORE Russo Bldg. Fredonia. N. Y. THE WEST DRUG COMPANY 309 Central Ave. fx ru THE CORNER NEWS SHOP 353 Central Ave. Dunkirk. N CLARE BARNES R P E-QED Ivor Hotel Franc s Buxldmq krk N Y Phone 2703 TERWILLIGER 6 SALZER FURNII URE' ND UNDERTAKIING 37 W Mum St Phone 355 Fredonla WILLIAM E STOCK RIN I I 46 W Mum S1 Fredoma N DR GLENN R FIS OP OMETRIST Eye DI t S QCKJI1 eniral Ave Dunk rk N G C MURPHY CO 5 and 10c Store Wlth Selecied Merchomdlse Up to Sl 00 W Mum Sl Fredoma N Y Armulty Acmdent L1fe INSURANCE HUGO L WOLFE THE SESSIONS AGENCY ll E Mann St Fredoma N CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION MONROE PHARMACY T1-uf: m:xA1.L sroma VV1th the Comph nenls of A FRIEND U Il If fl! . EGIST I C JETRIST .I . .LI V i . . Dun i . . . 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'HHH EEST IN DRUG fifflilf '3'lDI'3fS" "IVE EEISI' IFJ DZIUG fj'IOIiff .'1Elf1'.'I'jE" m my llm HORTON S SERVICE STATION Fredonm N Y EFFA BEAUTY SHOP 29 Temple St Fredonxa N Comy llments f GENERAL ICE CREAM CO Dunkxrk Branch HARPER DRUG CO Inc Busmess I u Mum and Thlrd Sts Dunklrk N CARROLL SERVICE STATION Dealers In DODGE AND PLYM UTI1 AUTOMOBILES 80 Water Sl Fredoma N Y C nqmiu t I1 s BARBERRY HOUSE 709 Central Ave Phone 5565 Dunklrk N Comph ents of THE NEW YORK STORE DUNKIRK s GREATEST CIOTHIERS CANDYLAND Centr Ave Dunkxrk N To the Class of l937 OI F N S CARD SOCH DAIRIES Takes the opportumly lo offer yo Cormgratulahons and to express the apprematlon of your patronage ll II' HOTEL FRANCIS Dunk rk On The Luke Offers EVERY COMFORT UNEXCELLED I-'OOD I I O HAIRE ssee CS- Mqr Conqralulahons and Best Wlshes To The Class of 1937 CATHERINE CANTY SHOP Fredoma N Y WE WISH YOU ALI. SUCCESS YOUR FUTURE ACTIVITIES Pl ase Acc' It Our Ca ar lim ns B HOME DAIRY Russo Bldg Phone B05 6 Park St Une Hundfed Four flu J ents ul 1 . . ' , . Y. 3 ' 0 N U . I , I I "In .' ,. or Yr, r flealtlf' ' I ' ' . ' , . Y. I I I I o Q 1aiI,I1s tw Ilw Emluxvxle Class of IQF7 1 ' Ear 'ep at ,N . O - ' 1 - - . ' . . Y. 'IH ' CZTJHHJIIIIIOITIS if I I ' - I I :us Q1 . ' . . Y. , W, ,,,, Y, , ,, ,.? I I I I , I I . . . I . I I I ' ' ' I I I ' I I I I Le . . I I e ev O, n C1121 S 'O I and esi Ifxfishes I CARNAHAN SHEARER MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS FIarmeI Trousers Gabardme SUIIS 18 W Mum St Fredoma N Y CID UFC I7 UI I G A IJLLI IIT LIL PLA E O ENTERTAIN Att I1 rm 1 to Lu he ns d Dmn I Pam Open May I5 to October 15 ALICE S MONROE R N Hostess Van B ren Lodq Van Buren Bay Dunkxrk N Y CONGRATULATIONS MCLAREN S Ladres Ready to Wear GIIIS and A cessorres Mum St one 4841 Buy FORD and LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS SCHOENTHAL SALES AND SERVICE I-'redomcr N Y CONCRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to fhe CLASS OF 37 THE NEW SAFE STORE Central Avenue Dunklrk N. Y. Servmg Nor I JI Students Q T004 DIEGES 84 CLUST Manufa turmq Specrahy Iewelers ScI1ooI and CoIIeqe Rmqs Club Pms Fraterruty Pms AthIet1c Awards Trophres LOCAL C. W. GREVE Representahve Dunklrk N Y. Off1c1al Iewelers to Your SChooI Um llnmflezl I II . , I I , . I , , Q I I f -1' v '1 . G r C T I Y Special en 'o G'Ver1 nc o an ' ers for Priva e tes Whjie Spgff Shoes For I'ur1I1f-' Information IIIFZIQIJIIOIIE' or See I . I I O ll 'Ll 9. I at . C . 1 I6 W. ' . Ph v . 7 , C , . A of L , I , W I , , . 1 , . U . f ISIC . ll I I OIHCG IJLJ FOOD FOR THOUGHT THE WHITE INN at ls f Um D 4 BRIDCE F ma 1 not mak and lltt e cheap er e ll' nslaex D 1 e Compllments of FRED C NAGEL Ene Req Evans Center Angola New York COSTUMES SCENIC AND IICHTING EFFECTS or Perxad Plays Operettas and All Occaslans THE HOOKER HOWE COSTUME COMPANY P O Box No 391 Haverhill Mass WILLIAMS 6. MEAD F lonsts CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS 96 E Mum St Phone 166 Fredonia N Y Sideys DRY GOODS DRAPERIES READY TO WEAR 320 Central Ave. Dunkirk, N. Y. Ouahty and Servlce For Ove 50 Years 1887 1937 Beam New There IS always a demand for COMPETENT Secreta 1es Dunkirk Business Institute Dunkirk, N. Y. l1cffl1llfulSlX Tlwr.. is hardly anymh' , n the C ina seine man can e a jill wzs, f' se1.a ' 1, D , a.d pecpl V Us only ce " ,fc , me .1 M ' ' ff . . Yau, lea, should enterlam at as M15 LAHS AGWNU Ney' Pl-"','ATF Y? Clt f.: 1 'NEA auf J 1 ' d A. l I . , l l l l ' 1 l 1 . . l 1 . I F. L E WINCHESTER Fredoma N Y WATSON WEISS I-IUDSON TERRAPLANE E Mum S1 Pho e MARSH S SANITARY BARBER SYSTEM Center St Fredoma N AMERICAN CLEANERS S G d D1 431 Mum St Phone 3555 Dunklrk N HIS L PETZ FRUIT COMPANY Fredoma N Y PRIVATEER BARBER SHOP OI R HAIR AS YFJ ANI' IT r E Mum St Iover H ckey sb I-'redoma N A O ELLSWORTH PTQMEIRSV 0 E HOLLOWELL Furner C 15 E Mum sn Phone 3791 Fred In N Y Sty ecpard St Phone 5605 Dunkxrk N Y CONQIIATULATIQNS and BEST WISHES HUNTER S 20 W Mcun S1 Fredomcx N Y Complvnerus OI GRACIE AI.LEN'S RESTAURANT SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Fredonia N Y HEARTY CONURATULATIONS to ine I937 GRADUATES The Nat1ona1 Bank of FREDONIA C1t1zens Trust Company of FREDONIA IVI9'IIbf1fS F D I C Um Him. 'Q'.'f11yE,,' 111: A31 refiutes lex-lQIrv"' - '.','.5,T,IH 'S IE'.'.'HI.RY REPAIFIN3 lflfzss Puts, SpQCic:I Oriqs ' 7 - . . - 47 . . n 570 I .ge m an S' jx Clecxniufg and Dyeing .-3,IZQr':tI:5:.s, Pifessizxq fzrui Ra-g.':1:1:1 ' pufgs L71-2'1:xf2'i "mf: Shfxrtig ,nfl-'I 4 - ' 1 - Y- C-,its HEBIIIIPVI ' . ' , . Y. Cxuxplirxme -I 'z' J if CUT JI ' Expert Ifftir-Thiflrlinfg D216 Hem ' ' ' 181 1 . ' . i ' ' , .Y. I . I . , . . ,fx I I - N w Im Coats ISLIIS CIQQUQQI :md Cvluxod , , I Re Iinq Wim SGIQS Ifcxcmry I 517 L . , , . I 'N I , ' IN W I . . . FOMPI IME ITS OF STATE THEATRE Dunkxrk N Y YOUR LOBLAW GROCETERIA 7 East Mum St welcomes the opportunxty to Serve The Norrnol School Student Body LOBLAW GROCETERIAS INC CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Men' Get Yo lr Groducrtxon Outflt I-Iere' DE FOREST STRAIGHT S ful M IIT TYLE IND JIIAIIIY CUARAINI D 12 W Mum St Fredonia N Y DRINK ELECTROPURE MILK IT S BETTER TWIN FARMS DAIRY Phone 324 Fredomc N Y ZORAH B BERRY THE TUESDAY EVENING SERIES Kusten Eloqstod Boston Symphony Orchestro V Yehudr Menuhm Ruth Slenczynskl Rose Bompton 51 Ioseph Bentonelh Ceorqe Enesco G Fehx Solrnond Lowrence Tmbbett ZORAH B BERRY 32 Court St Wa 6532 Buffalo N Y ONE OF OUR LOYAL FRIENDS U1 H1141 lllgt T ,I S 1 ' I I I 1 . . 1 . SIICITBSSIIII 'Irxilcfrs 14, Suc'r'e'S en Y' ', S' ., I ' Q, 3 "IEE l"1'f T5-I' IOSQDIW HOIYTICIUN Comphments of S-eros Iiiusse iwky, Conducting 7 . There wih rxlso he I1 111 Sunday Afternoon Cwnce ts . . 1 - . xc. fgl, IOYS OF BEING A SPINSTER T15 fun to be a spmster To have a cat and blrd And not to have a husband Who qrowls at every worcl It s great to be the only one To eat the p1e or cake And not to care for someone Who has the stomach ache u sp1te of all the splnster s Joys A problem s here for me The ogueshon that I cannot solve To be or not to be l OSEPHINE GANGI SANDERSON S GARAGE CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH PACKARD Fredo a N Y ITALIAN DINNERS CONGRATULATIQNS SENIORS We Spec al17e 1n Banquets ltahan D1shes JVE LCDRENZO S HOWARD E DEWEY form MUTUAL AGENT Corner Eagle and Gull s Sis Pho Fredonia W P HALL WATCHMAKER I NELER ENGRAVER Oppos te Barker Library Fredonia N Y HELENE BEAUTY SHOPPE Fredo a N Y PIERCE MOTOR SALES fi PCN l 90 W Mam St Fredonia Y QDDFGCIOIIOU Your Patronage CEASE S DINING CAR Dunlurk N Y Um Ilumlml 'ne f , . I 4, ,A . 1 I I , W dw - 1 Si? I ' .vjlxfjv I , , Q .4 ,H . R ,A A ,iff B t' ' ' ' ' ' I C0 R777 I , I L L- I l DISIIIILUIOIS ' ni . . . 1 ' i . l ne 610 ' . N. Y. ln :-: El :-: l Compliments of ' , ni . . . , . . Complxmems of BUICK 'int 'T AC Sales and Service . ' . . N. . ' f Ai CQNGRATULATIQNS tcp the GRADUATES M RUSSELL MCLAREN Y Pltqyl ff' 1 LQ y r our EO Q ra 'J Her S 'S W. MHIN STHH-"l' I'yIfl':1,XPNUl THE IVIOCLENATI-IAN PRINTERY INCORPORATED DUNKIRK NEW YORK Pubhshers Of the Fredoman I937 ENGRAVINGS BY QUEEN CITY PHOTO ENGPLHVING CQ BUFFALO NEW YORK .QPPRECIHTION THE CLASS OF 37 SINCERELY THANKS THE ADVERTISERS FOR THEIR HELP IN MAKING THIS FREDONIAN A FINANCIAL SUCCESS WE RE QUEST ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS BOOK TO PATRONIZE THESE FRIENDS WHO HAVE AIDED US IN OUR WORK 0 HddE1 I I 1 1 He Ill! ft' A .gn- .-nuf 4"'1 dm 49 Q . Um Hlnldmd Tu all L 0.9 ...au rf 'Q ' Q 0 "5 . Q Q 'N ' , . In hr' ' . WO M" '. M 4 S' fl 4. , ' I.. W .- I ' , , I ' . , , - ' v- . Q.


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