Fredonia High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Fredonia, NY)

 - Class of 1941

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Into these few years, abundant with joy and mirth, is crowded the time of our lives. Throughout its duration youth is filled with happiness. The 1941 Staff has used the expression "The Time of Your Life", the title of the most recent play by William Saroyan, a leading Amer- ican dramatist, as the theme of this, the tenth Hilltcpper. We believe that this expression is suggestive of our high school days. "ln the time of your life, live--so that in that wondrous time you shall not add to the misery and sorrow of the world, but shall smile to the infinite delight and mystery of it." -SAROYAN MISS HELEN MILLER DEDICATION We, the class of 1941, dedicate the Hill- topper to Miss Helen Miller, whose charming personality and happy disposition have helped to make our high school days profitable and memorable. Giving unselfishly of her talents and friendship, she has won for herself the affectionate regard of the faculty and the students of Fredonia High School. We wish her con- tinued success in the years to come. BOARD EDUCATION J MWIMNI' lull If: mllzlz Mm Mildrcd Ifink. lXssisl.1nl CfIcrIx. Mrs Mary Ilipwcll. Dr. II.1rrv I5 XX'ImccIm'Ix Mr. I INI. IIArris. I3I'L'SIkICI'II. Mr. Ifrcd IJVQOIT. Mr IICI'ITx'I'I M.u'IxII'. i'II'rIx lfmnl l'UIL'. Irll In rzrlhl: Mrs, Ilcnry Slum-. Sccrcmrv: Mrw. IT If lXIIv.mo. 'I'rv.1surcr: Mr CIIUIIL Il IM Sur I ll M1 I M III rlx II I 1 'NI NI IIIms XIL . . ' . 't'. . 7CI'II1Ik'l1l UI 1 AS ,,.. I' '. IVCSIC CIT I I YS. I'OI'l'ISOI1 1 I f ' I'rvsiLIvnl. Summi rl-ru. lull l-I Ilxlllli Mrs, Rulwrl XVUULIQ. Mrs, II.1rry XVinIwIn1.1n. Mrs. I.csIIc XVumIcIwcIx. Misw .Ngucs Uvu, Mrs. Ckcurgc I.uIxc. Miss Iiunicv I'risIvvc. lhllrl mui lull Ill rlllhl: Mre. Clcorgc I,I'CI1lIL'I'j,1.ISI. Mr. IIJroId XXI.!IIxL'I'. Mr. S. Clordun Cinrlvr. Mr. AFIINIF I'orlcr. Mrs. JXFIINII' I,UI'Ik'I'. Mrs. Dcwcy Sanderson lno piclurcl. PARENT- TEACHER ASSOCIATION QEXECUTIVE BOARDJ Ctaunii R. Dwi, Superinlenclem I want to express to the Hilltopper Staff my personal appreciation for the I0-Il Annual which I am pleased to add to a shelf of books that I call my memory library. I have made from various sources a fairly large collection of such volumes and I find increasing pleasure in reading their pages so filled with reminders of days gone bv. Scrap- books, albums. college and high school annuals, all add to a most inter- esting story of past experiences. Cfonspicuous are the ten Hilltoppers, l9'5Z-I0-Il. Some days ago I met a man whom I failed to recognize. I-Ie had changed in seventeen years. It was a great privilege to turn to an old annual to see in an interesting group-picture Bob, the freshman of IO3-I. I covet such privileges and today I say MThanks" for a most valuable and attractive addition to my growing library of pleasant memories. Fdfaat. it w i Q 5? Q X ' FACULTY S 4 5 i ul Q N-. N l FR CJEORGE W. 'DELDIQN U V ILUNILI: rklbbbb General Science H omemaking B. S. Cornell: M. A. New York U. B. S. Buffalo State Teachers College Activities: Beta Hi-Y: Bird Study Club S. GORDON CORTER Social Science: Debate Sophomore Adviser A. B.: Nl. A. Penn State Activity: Forensic League BIRDENA CROSBY B. S.: M. D. Cornell l AGNES E. DYE ' 9 Mathematics i Sophomore Adviser g B. S. University of Buffalo All . Xxiill KlilTll XV. EMANUELSON l Music X X Fredonia Normal School Activities: J'Ec-ers' Club: Stage Crew GERTRUDE STRADER Music Fredonia Normal School BESSIE C. HANISER , English Senior Adviser f S. Albany State Teachers C l e Activities: H'lltopper' Sorosisg On the 1 A . SETT t dance Officer MILDRED A. HUNT Physical Education, Girls B. S. Ithaca College Activities: Dramatics Club: Leaders' Club IXUDKIII J. IXIKLDALJLJII Commerce S. Albany State Teachers College WESLEX' LEECII Industrial Arts Buffalo State Teachers College Activities: Alpha l-li-Y: Hilltopper: Stage Crew ETHELYN K. MKILAREN 8th Grade Adviser, History. Civics, English Fredonia Normal School BESSlE A. lVlERRlTT English, Economic Geography Freshmen Adviser B. E. Clark University HELEN J. lVllLl.ER Ar! S. Buffalo State Teachers College Activties: Senior Girl Scouts Hilltopper: Stage Crew . ' ' ' I V 5' x FACULTY NS' QD.. I Top Row WILSON MOORE Physical Education B. S. Ithaca College EVELYN MURRAY Assistant lo School Physician RUTH L. MUTH . Latin: French Freshmen Adviser A. B. Elmira College M. A. Albany State Teachers College Activity BERTHA M. Russo B' 8th Grade Adviser: Mathematics: English B. S. Buffalo State Teachers College ANNA C. SAXTON '1 Latin: Library B. A. Columbia University: Genesee Library School Activity Library Club B, Bottom Row MlI.'I ON B. SCHAFER Gardening Cornell CLARA B. SMITII English Junior Adviser Fredonia Normal School Activities: I-lilltopperz Student Council MARTHA J. SMITH Mathematics: Commerce S. Albany State Teachers College ROBERT P. TALLMAN Science B. S.: M. A. St. Lawrence University Activity Science Club KATHRYN MCC. WHITNEY Social Science A. Albany State Teachers College ,jiev If Myyii A 1 Wfclliiws' 4 1 WL WA xgpx ,,zPl Slpw 9? lqd fwf' ' wffwa, wwf:-4fTMwM'VWgWjyp.. W"'?TjfV?iZQdgf'w 5? Mx! Q nf1W f6Wvf'jdj: Qf7jf+MfJU'6,v EM' SLf"'AfwTV-"'vifyf? 702 ff fem AZJ7 ww ,WJ Jw 4 no L13 M WNW? 9 525. my +P Off? S Uxubfmz, fwelve Left Io right: William Larson. Jeanne Rabin, Donald Sidey, Ernest Renswick. SENIOR OFFICERS Wll-l.lAM LARSON ....... President DONALD SIDEY Vice President JEANNE RABIN . Secretary ERNEST RENSWICK ...... Treasurer MRS. BESSIE HANISER. Faculty Adviser "IN OURsEI-vEs OUR FUTURE LIES" . Motto WHITIE CARNATIQN . . . Class Flower RED AND WHITE Colors I I CID ' SENIORS I .IRIENIQ ALBANO ANN ALIAMO LOUIS ANZALONE I:R.'XNCI'fS AVIERY Rune . . . Music Annie . History Louie . Mathematics Fanny . . History I.oUvli1 Lutltf ll All Cornvs lt Hc1sn'l Baby Farr Bark To Mu Now Bern lVri!Icn Yet r- , , CIIARLES BARDO Charlie . Industrial Arts Clap Hands, Hen' Cfomvs Charlie K SARA BRRDO ANTI-IONY BARONIE ROSABEL BARONE .IO IN BELI. .IOIIN BORZILLERI Sally . . . History Nin . Industrial Arts Roc . Homcmalting .Iolm . . . Latin Bozy . . . History Girl Of My Dreams Somebody The Morning After Oh, Johnny, Oh Ida Stole My Gal 2 i Th lrlr-rn J , s' J' ., x , 1, I I . J X ,I XB? X f' S E N I O R S 1 x I I X I i 4 I ,. I I . I .f iii - I' I I 1 1 A DORXS CARR f .IIEAN CARTER EDWARI3 CASE LUCILLE CIIIMERA RAUIIIZL CLUTE Doris . . . Music .Ioan . . . Latin Casey . . History Lutch . . History Slug . . History l'ifl.l'7'lI1Sh1iP N SUDl7l'S1ll'llIl'l1 Lutlif I Nvuer Took licfuusc of You Su Rare 3' A Lesson S gif? MARTIN CROFGOT RUTH DIKITMAN ARLENE IDOUGLAS HELEN EDMUNDS WINIFIIED ELLIS Mari . InduSlrinI ANS Dickie . , I Art Doug . . History Eddi . . Science Wini . . . 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History Pug . Mnthcnmtics Curio , . History .Iittcrliug , History l.IlL'tlllf4' Sur! til' 'l'ht'rv'Il Iii' Smvw Thru' O'c'Iui'k in lfiuc O'cIm'lz I't'r.wn f'hunuvx Minh' 11711 Morning XVh1's1l4' P . ,, ' t "W , if,-wg 4 QM it ROBI5R'l' iiI5SBl'RN IILOYU HICKS JACK HOLTZ CLARA HUBBARD HUBBARD HUNTLEY XVilly , . History Shippsy , Mathematics .lack . Industrial Arts Clara . . . Latin Hub . . . Latin I Aint Cin! Clint You Hear I',LH'L'L'l'!' Yours Frenvsz' Chanson Trisie Nwlmdu Ma Chilling. Cfurolim' , ,L X ' hx g1.X'fl'l'f7 i 0 7 K , i,? : is xx Nl E f of I i R l ' ug it ,f t. . J 5 v 1 H cw I A SENIORS N 3 IQ' , I, SW5 CIIAIil.liS .IUY VIRGINIA KUSNIISKU Wll.l.IA!Nl IJKRSON ROCVO I.AlIRI'I'O IVIARIUN LAWSON Charlie . , Sricnu Ginny , . Hislbry Bill . . . Latin VJnlly , , Science Cris . . . Latin ll'1H'I'L'J I CILIHVI Rl'I7Il"l77bl'l' Barnum cmd 1.11110 Man You'L'1' ,-Ilwuys if lu lfurplrl- Huilcifs l'IllL'OI'1-IU Had u Busy Dug Q x !Jf'fZ:q'v,-! IIAZlfl. IIIIIUARON ITRITIPJITRIVIQ IIIBARRON ANTHONY I.I2ONF Sz'XNlL'I7l. I.liONI? GIHXDYS I.OWIEl.l,. Hnvcl . . Hislorv lfi-cgi . . . Music Tony , Mallmcinalics Sam . . l History Tiny . . . Art So Yuu'r'u 1hvOm' Ir Never Entered Sfhool Days. School N Dusl on My H'1r1 4 You Do My Mind Days I wp . I f lhv Durndvst Things ,I I 2 , . , , 1 Ib li f-'fj 1 ' . I , fi 7 I 4.1" ,f I I!! -J X ,, f X J I if V ' A , 1.7 W, x t I ' " X VX i Sc-venlcen ' 9 SENIORS VINf'I3N'l' MfXNfP'I.l..N .IVAN NlC'CI.I3NA'I'lIAN JAN1l5S NIffII.Vt"XlN IRIENIT NIIKPUIKXKHAN PHYI.I,lS N1ffcQUIGGr'KN Vince . . History .lean . Homcnmking .lim . . . Latin Mikki . . History Phyl , . . History ,IQIAITYU tm My Htmtis Angzul in lJI.st1t1ist' I.r1t'h I.omtJm1 J- Mmm lt: ,Ur 1'L'l' Go! W X Rhtflhm w .-. . X..-,, I.lfSl.Hf NIORRISON Ifl.IZ1'XIEIfTll NIORSH l.u1,tf NIZVJTON HFLFN NOIBIIF GVRAIDINIT Nl7'I'AllO Bud . . . History PM'lly . Homcmnking Noodlcs . . Art Squccgc . . . Art .lctry , . History 1el'I'ltlL'YL'tlU-K wzlh Ytmu Art' Mt! l.uItt ls Our Darling Fu, I Ilt-Ip ll? tx'ltltl'tlI7!l' 1.t1zum1tl ll llrvum Stmshtnt' l'rt'tlt' Eighlvvn -K' I SENIORS PM ff we? NHXRH7 CJUNIIHINI5 RVVHAKD POLAND HIELFN QUANDT .HQANNIE RAHIN BIYIUIAY RAYMOND Mnrit '.,. l..1tin Dick . . , History Suzy . . History Mac . . . History Butte . . History Slarclzisl I Htll't'l7'l 'liimt' to ln' Sl. Louis liluvs Jciinniv i.L'iIh Ihr- Only l"oi'i't'i'r A ll Milliomlirt' Light lirown llilir 1 ,dQQL,0'sfJlxA ERNEST RIINSWICK ANGELINIE RICOTTA STEI3-'XNA SACCAMANO BETTY SALIIOVII GliRAI.D SALHOIIF lfrnic . Mnthcmntics Ricky . . History Butch . . . History Betts . . . Latin Jerry , . History Thi' Guy Needs Moonlight an. You Devil May Care I Hear a Rhapsody High on a Windy a Gul Hill I - 1:9 N inrlvvn i A ,V SENIORS fy-J, Jiv- K - t f Xtwbittii J vii .pk . 'M . BJ. , x u 1' - .1 sf t ' . t X I gx I X' A' ' x X Ross SKQNNIU i,0IS SlllftXRM.'XN RUSNVLI, SIli7ARMAN C,RVH.l.I5 SIIVIZXIAN IDONAKI3 SIDIZY Skic . Industrial Arts Slmrtv . Homcnmking Russ . . . History Chippy . . Music Don . . . Scicncc XVQ' 'lihrvt' Clin I lftmrtlvl XVuuId'ju Mimi f,i17t'fOlZl'L' Drumrm'r lint! HX Fix f X Nl tx xr X .Qc P 's iv- Wye. sf .gf -4.:.:I' C0RAl'1lfL S'l'lfVlfNS I.ORIlN.'X SWANK tbouxn TQYRRVI. I RVTH VANSVOTER ANNA VERCANT Corky . Ilorncmnkinp Swank . . . Art iinrrn . Histoiry Ruthie . . History P-.nn . Homcmaking Mukvs Nw XVh.'ra' tht' Mounluin X X ulhfmglltf lhgj You Think of I C1130 You Mu Di'I'ft'rt'nt't' Now Mwls tht' Moon X J 'Ur f Everything Word Ns W X ' 1 1 1 A ' N N f x 5' X ' . X , ' S X ifx ff fit ,j K . Q Twvnly SENIORS BURTON WASI IIKURN .IUDH II VJIZLLS EIDNVARD Wf?S'I'I'l7AIiI. Bild . , Mnihcmilirs Judy , . History XVUSIY . . Scicncc All Alum' Lrmh for tl S1-1L'l'l' You Go! Mc' Lining This Ufuy W-'lflfi PAUL VJ! YITIZ RITA NIAIE XVI IITNEY Paul . . , Latin Dila . . . Latin Boil M 1-vis Horn Slurclus! Pos! Wir l JQYCE VJIEDMAIER LAWRENCE VJILLIAMS FLORENCE VJINCIIFLL Joyce . Homcmaking Vv'igg . . History Florence . Homcmaking Goodllife Now I LOU0 You XVhi-rv Do You "Trudy" Kwfp Your Hear! Qjvvu-3 L Twvnly-one Twenty-two nf L' U Sealed. lei! to righlz Doris Carr, Charles A. Joy. James Mcllvain, Carl Gugino. Ruth Anne Dikeman. Standing. left Io right: Samuel A. Leone. Lulu Newton, Gerald Salhoff, Helen Edmunds. Hubbard Huntley. HONOR STUDENT CLASS OF 1941 Q HUBBARD HUNTLEY SAMUEL LEONE . CHARLES JOY RUTH ANNE DLKEMAN GERALD SALHOEE DORIS CARR CARL GUGINO LULU NEWTON JAMES MCILVAIN HELEN EDMUNDS JEANNE RAEIN, Alumni Scholarship "Seek goodness everywhere, and when it is out of its hiding place and let it be free." S Val edictorian Salutatorian found, bring it SAROYAN U Wi 1 . I ,, V. '23-5 D V U NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS HARMON DIEIQS . . . President BETTY BECK . . Vice President Gtzacia WINKELMAN . . Secretary S1iEii.A GREGORY . Treasurer The National Honor Society is more than an association of students of high scholastic attainments. Its aim is to stimulate the character. scholarship. leadership and service of the students of the secondary schools of this country. It also aims to raise the high schools of the United States to a higher plane. The society was organized in 1921. The first charter was granted to Fifth Avenue High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Today there are more than 2400 chapters. The constitution permits the election each year of ten percent of the senior class and five percent of the junior class. The charter of Fredonia High School is dated October 26, 1940. Its number is 2434. The charter members in the Fredonia Chapter are eighteen in num- ber, fourteen seniors and four juniors. Beginning with the fall of 1941 the collegiate custom of "tapping" will be employed in the formal induction ceremony. We all join in congratulating those who are first to be elected to membership in the Fredonia High School National Honor Society. Smlml. It-fl lo riizht: XVilliam I.arson. Grace Winkelman, John Bell, Sheila Gregory. Anthony Leone. Betty Beck. lirnest Renswiclc. Marie Hassett. Standing, lvl! to right: Ruth Anne Dikeman. .lean Carter, Marie Ognibene. Samuel l.eone, Charles Joy. Hubbard Huntley. Harmon Diets. Ruth Van Scoter. Rita Whitney. Doris Carr. U- Twenty-three Twenty-four I m RUSSELL PANTANO Died - August 18, 1940 Fondest of memories are all that are left Of one who has gone to eternal rest! Sadly missed. 17 , Twenty-six JUNIORS ' o OFFICERS HOWARD MORSF . . . . President HARMON DIERS . . Vlfe President GRACE WINKELMAN .......... Secretary ROGER WALKER ......... . . Treasurer MRS. CLARA B. SMITH. MISS MARTHA SMITH, Class Advisers Top Row. left to righl: Leonard F. Aldrich, Michael H. Andalora, Celia A. Barone, Rita M. Barone. Betty Beck. Frank Best, Robert J. Bileske, Luther A. Blodgett, Albert J. Buffa. Vincie M. Buffa. Helen L. Civilette, De Forest Colburn, Carolyn E. Conti. Zncl Row. left to right: Gilbert L. Crowell, Harmon H. Diers. Dorothy Drummond, Ethel E. Elliott, Leona M. Emmcrling, Donald Faso, Estelle Gelia, Mardine Gilliam., Catherine S. Graser, Sarah K. Gray- bill. Sheila J. Gregory. Dorothy Grobaski, Angeline R. Gugino. 3rd Row. lei! to right: Margaret B. Harris, Betty Jane Hilton. Lucile E. Holtz, Martha Honness, Helen J. Johnson. Fredrick A. Keller. Jeanne A. Knapp, Adeline M. Kopliner. James L. Kopp, Theron R. Lane. Philip S. Lazarony, Marguerite J. Leone, William G. Locke. 41h Row. lefl lo right: Hazel F. Lowell. Janet E. Luke. Florence J. Majka. James A. Mancuso. Louis G. Mancuso. Louis J. Manuel, Arthur G. Miller. Eileen L. Miller, Evelyn M. Miller, Howard A. Morse. Irene R. Odebraski, Marilyn F. Patton, Richard H. Piehl. 51h Row. left to right: Lena M. Privateer, Marjorie K. Read. Virginia M. Rhinehart, Lucile C. Ricotta. Girardo Rizzo, Gertrude P. Rotunda, John C. Sahle, Carmella T. Salvia, Sanford J. Sanderson, Ger- trude M. Schroeder, Carol R. Scott. Roger Shephard. fwlh Row. lr-fl to right: William J. Smith. Doris M. Spinks. James H. Stokes, Marion E. Stone. Robert W. Swetland, Florence H. Szpak. Robert W. Tarbox. Bernice L. Topliffe, Cordelia J. Valone, Samuel A. Vinciguerra, Roger W. Walker, Beatrice R, Whalen. Shirley A. Williams. 7112 Row, left lo right: Dewey L. Winchell, Grace L. Winkelman, Barbara J. Wood. Dorothy K. Zcntz. Betty Jane Lancaster. Louis Siracuse lno picturesj. tjilaffl T l " SOP!-IOMORES , f' 'T 'V I ' OFFICERS JAMES T R OX . . . . President MARGARET LEONE . Vice Presidenl JAMES JOIINSTONE ........... Secrelary HUGH VVOODCOCK ......... . . Treasurer MR. S. GORDON CORTER, Miss AGNES DYE, Class Advisers lst Row, left lo right: Rose Alaimo, David Baldwin, Salvatore Battaglia, Bob Beck, Rose Bellanca,, Evelyn Berg. Marjorie Bittner, Esther Brooks, Ellen Brown, Earl Bull, Gloria Burrows. John Cash, Anthony Castellana. Znd Row. left to right: Marion Castellana, Grace Castellana, Mathew Civilette, Irene Cobb, Joseph Coniglio, Dolores Constantine, Janice Crowe, Joyce Curtis, Jim De Tolla, Gene Dolloff, Robert Draggett, Felix Dragon, Doris Dulmus. 'Bra' Row, left to right: Marshall Ehmke, Edison Elliot, Peter Fadale, Samuel Falkner, Bertha Frazier, An- toinette Frazita. Jean Gilbert. Jean Grant, Agnes Guarino, Louise Gugino, Sylvia Gugino, Joseph Guz- zetta, Raymond Gwarek. 4th Row. left to right: Herman Hartman, Kathryn Hipwell, Barbara Horey, Eleanor Hubbard, Newton Huntley, James Johnstone, Charles Joy, Russell Joy, Howard Kinney, Edith Kunzler, James Lchnan, Josephine Leone, Margaret Leone. 51h Row, left to right: Alice Lesch, Frank Mack, Marjorie MSICUSOH, Carmilia MHHCUSO' Eugenia Master, Ruth McFadden, Morris Miller, Agnes Moffitt, Donald Morrison, William Morse, Josephine Notaro. Dortha Olson, Carl Pennica. 6th Row. left to rifhlz Merle Platt, Eleanor Prendergast, Salvatore Randazzo. Nancy Reed, James Reis. Shirley Rouse. Paul Salhoff, Elizabeth Sassaman, Dorothea Schibetta, Kenneth Smith, Marian Stevens, Allison Straight, Bruce Straight. 71h Row, left to right: Emily Stranc, Charles St. George, Rita Szpak, James Tarbox, Elizabeth Townley, Angeline Tramuto, Lucille Vishnia, Mary Wheelock, Mary Ann Wiltsie, Caroline Wood, Hugh Wood- cock. Joseph Esposito Qno picturej Twenty-seven X .61 5 l .xx p ", W A 4, J' .J f 1' Twenty-eight E 1 FRESHMEN OFFICERS ROBIERT KUSNESKIE . . . . President l:llANClfS NEIDER . lf? Pt'f'Sfd0r7! .ILIANITA ANDERSON . . . Secretary ALIIRFD VERCANT .......... Tr'eGSLlf0! MISS BESSIE MERRITT, MISS RUTH MUTH, Class Advisers 2 Top Row, lui! to right: Effie J. Amy, Juanita Anderson, Anthony Andolina, Eugene A , Rocco Ardillo. Shirley Baker, Mary Bardo, Leonard Barone, Gordon Bennett, Betty Betz, Robert , Clara Carr, Lorraine Cash. . Znd Row. left to right: Lucilc Castellana, Thomas Castellana, Sam Chimera, Jean Colberg. Dorot Col- venback. Michael Crise. Katherine Crofoot, Leonard Dalrymple, Jeannette DeTolla. Richar ' an. Henry Draggett, James Draggett, Elizabeth Eaton. ' 3rd Row, left lu riqhr: Philip Eaton, Dolores Fadale, Virginia Fisk, Marian L. Flick, Donald Gerres. Herbert Gloor. Conrad Gollnitz, Susie Granata, Lawrence Greco, James P. Gregory. Richard Guest, Rose- mary Gugino, Arlene Hagen. 4th Row, Iefl to right: Herbert Horey, Robert Hunt, Mary Inwood, Dorothy Karst, Jessie Kennedy. Geraldine Kopliner. Robert Kusneske, Andrean Kutulas, Ethelea Kutulas, Dana LeBarron, Loretta Leone, Josephine Lodico, Mamie LoTempio. 51h Row. It-fl lo right: Norman Lupean, Anthony Mancuso. Doris Mann, Florence Manuel, Ethelea Mastor. Lawrence McQu1ggan, Carolyn Mee, Elmer Miller, Twyla Miller, Grant Morse. Thomas Nazaro, Frances Nieder, Alice Paschke. 6111 Row. left lo right: Elton Phillips, Charles Poland, William Radloff, Josephine Randazzo. Rita A. Kenneth Rathman. Guy Rhinehart, Eileen Rowan, Angelene E. Russo, Betty Saccamano. Randazzo. John Saccamano. Richard Saden, Anita Sagona. 71h Row, left lo right: Geraldine Sahlc, Howard Sahle, MacDonald Sardeson. Joseph Scanio. Paul Scluich. Ruth Vivien Seneca, Barbara Sidey, Grace Siragusa, Betty Smith, Shirley Straight, Beatrice Thompson. Frank Thoms, Mary Tramuto. 81h Row. Iefl lo right: Bette Lou Trank, Alfred Vercant, Ann Walker, Roy Weaver, Dana Wheelock, Jean Whipple. Julia Whiting, Harold Wood. . - xt w , - XY v I t l In af U lfvl L ANTHONY CIVILETTE -eff ' gf ft: . . President FRANK PENNICA . . 'S'-xi ' ' . L. . Vice President ILENE PULVINO . A '. s . . Secretary MARY MANCUSO .... Vg, In J . . . . . Treasurer , 1 l MRS. ETHELYN MCLAREN, MISS B Hill Russo, Class Advisers 1 t Visa Top Row, left to right: Russell Anzalone. Jean Baker, Vincent Bardo. Georgetta Barone. Marceline Barone. Anita Biscaro. Ruth Bray. Donald Brennan. Waldo Brown, Frank Buffa, Flossie Carr. Madeline Centanni, Anthony Civilett. . ,l 2nd Row, left to right: Sara Civiletto. Louis Croce, Robert Dragon. Lois Dunn. Sarah Fadale, Sandy Ferrugia. Oriette Foster, Evert Fraiser. Nathan Fraiser, Leonard Frazita, Russell Gangi, Bertha Granata. -334, James I-Iipwell. 'Srd Row, left to right: Charles Hoisington. Vincent Incito. Josephine Lodico. Nelson McBratnie. Mary A Mancuso. Russell Martorano, Effie Mastor, Julio Mele, Richard Mosher, Donald Nieder. Paul Notaro. Clarence. Pangel, Betty Parks. - 4th Row, left to right: Frank Pennica. Ilene Polvino Mary Raymond, Joseph Saccamano, Laura Sacca- 1: marLo,'Vincent Smith, Madalyn Spencer, Sam Spera. Robert Steger. Hazel Ticknor. Lois Tyrrel, Charles Ubaney, Gertrude Wayman. 4' 5th Row, left to right: Frances Williams, Patricia Yonkers. I , X- N t X , 1 If f ,tr K fl MM ' M, cv ,aback ,CF on nf- j g x'I'uJenty-nine 'I '4 I. , 'l . A , , , H -41...-,, ,..-..L, , J. 'WT POSTGRADUATES JOSEPH BETTY JEROME LESLIE MARY ELLEN BATTAGLIA HAENEL HUBERT PAUL PORTER E . E JACK RETA PETER RUSSELL MURIEI, RADLOFF SCHOENTHAL TORASSO VALVO WOOD HORACE LEONE. LENA HUYCK, JOHN E. PETERSON, JAMES VINCIGUERRA - No Pictures OFFICERS MURIEL Wooo . . . . President RETA SCHOENTHAL Vice President BETTY HAENEL . Secretary JOSEPH BATTAGLIA ..... Treasurer MR. GEORGE BELDEN, Faculty Adviser k . . . . . "In the tame of your lzfe, lzue - so that zn that good tzme f there shall be no ugliness for yourself or for any life your life touches." --SAROYAN . 3 i Thirly CANDID CAMERA SHOTS I I This proves we have homework: 1 XVe have gentlemen, too: 3 Hi, Katy: -I Overloading the liord again: 5 Out-ol' towners: ti Miss Beck. I believe: 7 One of our couples: 8 It must be interesting: 0 Goodbye, dump: III Another steadv two some: I I Schools out: IZ Anything for a picture: I3 Don't worry: he's not studying: I-I Some ears have all the luck: 15 Donny Corter: I6 Prettying up: I7 Ditto: I8 l.uclxy it's a 'l'ruck: I9 Our famous lliiuiss Quartet: 10 Duck, tlmt's a gun: ZI Practising for the Draft: ZZ XVho hit nie?: Z5 Cave - man and Iriend: 24 'l'liat personality smile: 25 A friend in need: Zo XVonder whom they're waiting for: 27 Proud to be Americans: Z8 What? No law of gravity: 29 Ouchlg 30 Look what the cat dragged in. AS OTHERS SEE US I Strolling Illl'L!ll5.li1 thc p.ii'k: I U0 you sec what I sccfz 'J Freshmen and Seniors .il play: 4 A li1iCOi'ik'iSllI'L'. 5 Supporliiig licr .ili'c.idy?g in .Iimniy K.ilh.iugh: 7 Gary Coopcr thc second: 8 Iiccding the fish: 0 Oh for .i slingshnl: IU Bark in lhc COllI1ll'YI ll Ifmi brothers: Il Pin A msc on nic: I3 XVh.ii. nu slag linc?: I-4 Your guuxs is .is good as mine: I5 Attention, motoristsfg lb XVhzit's the .1ltr.1cti0n?: 17 Miss Millcr's pruicgcs: 18 Our view of Fredonia: 19 Camera shy. uuwfwof -I.hl'!'fQl-fllllf H'Il'IUI'l'liR S'l'AIfIf RlZ1'I5lVI5S 1NS'l'RUffTlONS I-IILLTOPPER STAFF CHARIJQS A. JOY J1iANN1s RABIN fiRNIfS'I' RVNSWICK JOHN Bl1I.l. Rum VAN S1'O'I'I3R fly!-L'1Lll'l' 'ftfl,IfH'S S.'XML'l5l. l.I:ONk7 'l.!ft'!'AI!'I,l lfdilm' Hl'I5I'a1XIilJ HL'N'l'l.lfY -Busznvss lxItl!7ll5It'1' XV ll I. I :XM IJXRSON -+'fxl1L't'l'flS!.l7fI Mazmlgzm' NIJXRII5 H.XSSi5'l"I' JOYCE: XVIVIUNL'UIlR ANTHONY LVONI7 - C vI,fI'llIlIlIKJl7 Munugnms DoxA1.n Slmix' Mfxlmf Ocawumrmf RNA XVIll'l'NI5Y 5,3,,,', ,Wu Allll'lllQlL'I'X Romam' Goolwwouall I,L'aill.l.IE CHIMIQRA CH ADYS I,OVv'l:l.I. - i - 1 Alhlvlzf Izclllurs Rvlll ANN11 Dim MAN l,L'1.L' NIiW'l'ON Wlxll min If1.l.IS. H141 VN Nwlillf ISVIVIY .IANV SALHOI-I4 AIlI,IlN!f DOUKZLAS f AVI 1I.KI'lff7l'H - Music' Ifdzfozw . Editor-in -Chief Assisranl Editor HIILLSN Elmuxlws .IVAN CAR'I'lfR CARI. Gucalxo PAU1. XVIHTIQ -.Sur71ur l:L1'1lur.N GR.'VfIf vv'INKlfl.MAN -Junior Edimr' SI HRLEY Rousu -Soplwrrmru Ifdilm' D1'XN1X XXVIHEIELOCK -17rvshmun Ifalzlor Iflosslli CARR -Eighlh Gruclu ffdifur MRS. HANISIQR, MR. LIEEC1-1, Miss MILLER, MRS. SMITH Facully Advisers STUDENT COUNCIL GFFICERS Iiizxiisi' Riiwswictii . . . Presidenz Dowfxro SIDIQY Vice Presidenz Jmuis Txxiznox Secreiary Roczma W.fXl.IiIiIi . . . . . . . Treasurer Miz. C. R. DYE, MRS. CLARA B. SMITH, Faculzy Advisers The Student Council for the third consecutive year has endeavored to uphold the standards of Fredonia High School and to make additions to the social life of our school. The council membership consists of the four officers of each class and of two members of the faculty who act as advisers. Early in the year the group sponsored a social at which time it introduced the use of the nickelodeon for school dances. At the same social new admission prices were used. Both of these new ideas proved financially successful and many other groups adopted them. The Parent-Teachers' Association, desiring to acquaint better the younger students with the upperclassmen, inaugurated a series of school parties held at intervals during the year. At each of these parties mem- bers of the student council were in charge of the entertainment. On March 18. the Parent-Teachers' Association program was an exhibit of school work in the special departments. The student council members acted as guides and escorted the visitors from one exhibit to another. The group has always given its loyal support to any activity that would forward the best interests of the entire school. S'l'L'l7l7NI' COL'Nfil!, DISKTUSSIES CURRENT l7ROBl.l2lXlS Thirty-five lm lu ON Tl-IE I-IILL JIEANNE RABIN .... Editor-in-Chief REPORTERS Al I'-1-RT l3L'l-I-A IVIAIUON l,AwsoN VlNfiI:N'l MANZI-l,I A MARH' CSUARINO Vv'lI.l.lAM IOVKE flI.IZAlili'I'll MORSIY CT,-XRo1YN Gviiitslo HAZ!-I. l,lfI5AlzoN MARIF OGNIISI-Nif MRS. Btzsslti HANISLQR, Faculzy Adviser Wlien all the interesting features of Fredonia High are being con- sidered, there is one activity that cannot be overlooked - the "On the Hill" class. ln this classroom one finds Work. and more work, as the staff tries to meet the deadline or to plan for the next week's paper. "Un the Hill" has been printed every week for three years and has rapidly developed into one of the most valuable activities of the school. Under able leadership the paper has expanded from two to almost six columns of school news and of "patter." The Principals Corner, a Weekly feature, is an outstanding part of the paper containing material which interprets the school to the community. The staff of "On the Hill" wishes to thank the students and the teachers for their cooperation in helping us meet every deadline. Grateful appreciation goes to the editor of the "Censor" for giving us space for our column and help when we needed it. We Want to wish next year's staff continued success with "On the Hill." Rirlhlr Marie Ognibene. llalel l.eBaron, Vincent Man7ella. Marie Guarino. Carolyn Gugino. beth Morse. XVilliam Locke, Mrs. llaniser. adviser. Jeanne Rabin. Absent. Albert Bufli Thirty six I 'X IXNS IN 'l'lll? MAKING LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS MARIE OGNIBENE . . . . President E1LEEN lVllI-LER . Vice President ELIZABETH SAssAMAN . . Secrerary ARLENE HAGEN ...... Treasurer Miss ANNA SAXTON, Faculty Adviser The Library Club, this year, with a membership of thirty-five girls, representing each of the four years of high school, has been a work and social club combined. Every girl has spent one period each Week in the library, where she has been given individual instruction in various phases of library work. ln November, several of the members took part in a library program given in celebration of Book Week, and others participated in the library exhibit given in March as part of the program for the Parent Teachers' Association. Among the social activities of the year have been a Christmas party given by the club adviser: a farewell party for Elizabeth Townley, who, during her stay in Fredonia, was our secretary and whom we sincerely enjoyed having in our club: and a party at the close of the year in honor of the seniors, some of whom have been members through- out the greater part of their high school course. Thirty -seven ri OUR liL"I'L'Rlf Still-N'I'IS'I'S EXPliRlMliN'l' Thirty-eight SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS CHAR1-Es JOY . . . President ROBERT GOODENOUGH Vice President BETTY BECK . . Secretary MARION LAWSON , , ..... Treasurer MR. ROBERT TAl.l.NlAN. Faculty Adviser The Science Club met in September for the first time during this school vear. with an aim to continue the successful work of the clubs of previous vears. After the election of officers. we planned our activities for the year. With the advice of Mr. Tallman the 24 members have taken part during our weekly meetings in experiments and interesting talks on science. Among our activities have been directed tours of the National Grape Corporation, the Buffalo Evening News Plant, the Ford Motor Corporation. and the Repeater Station. As the Hilltopper goes to press before the major event of the year, the annual Western Zone Science Congress held at the Buffalo Museum of Science, no report can be given of this conference. The club hopes to Win another trophy to add to the school's collection. DEBATE CLUB MR. S. GORDON CORTER, Faculty Adviser This year for the fourth time in five years, the Debate Club of Fredonia High School has won the Lake Erie Debate League title. The members of the league again this year were Silver Creek, Jamestown, Bradford, and Fredonia. The question for debate has been, "Resolved, that the Power of the Federal Government Should Be Increased." The club has succeeded in upholding its very unusual record. Of all the thirty-five various league and non-league debates in which the club has participated in the last two years, a total of only two debates, and both of these non-league debates, was lost. We of the debate club feel that our success has been due to the tireless and matchless leadership of our debate coach, Mr. S. Gordon Corter. Therefore, it is with this in mind that this year's debate team wishes to express its sincere thanks and everlasting gratitude. There is little in the theorg of Iuclz which will bring man success: but work, guided by thought, will remove mountains or tunnel them. -RUFUS CHOATE First Row, left to right: Mr. S. Gordon Corter, coach. Robert Beck, James Johnstone, James Reis, Howard Morse Vvlilliam Locke. Charles A. Joy. Samuel A. Leone, Robert Tarbox, Ernest Renswick, Salvatore Randazzo, Sanford Sanderson - Second Row: Charles J. Joy, James Tarbox. Robert Kusneske, Louis Mancuso, Newton Huntley John Bell. Russell Joy -- At Speakers' Stand: Anthony Leone. 'Ax' Thirty-nine Forty THE J'EC-ERS' CLUB OFFICERS 011111.12 FosTER . . . President l,UI,U NIEWTON Vice President H121.12N C1v11.1a'1'T1Q Secretary CoRA1s121. S'1'12v13Ns Treasurer Jowiif W1151JMA11Q1z ...... Newsreporzer Miss EuN1C1s FR1s131512, Faculty Adviser Well, here we are! The homemakers of tomorrow! The Jolly EC-er Club was organized September 1939 for the purpose of extending our homemaking interests socially and profession- ally. This year We have stressed the social interest in homemaking. We have had a very interesting and entertaining year. having enjoyed a Christmas party. a sports party and a tureen supper. We expect to entertain more before the close of the school year. It is at these parties that we learn how to entertain and to acquire skills useful to us in our personal lives. Orille Foster, Dorothy Drummond, and Helen Civilette attended a meeting of the Dunkirk High Homemaking Club, giving a vocational talk on homemaking courses taught in high schools and universities. A discussion followed dealing with the value of high school courses in homemaking as aids in obtaining work after graduation. flruuml the 'llzliltx left to right: Orille lfoster. Miss Eunice lfrisbee, adviser. Rita Guidotti. Martha Honmss Dorothy Clrobaski, Helen Civilette, Carolyn Fuller, Rachel Clute, l,ulu Newton, Ethel Elliott, Corabel Sttuns .loyce XViedmaier, Dorothy Drummond. us IN 'l'llli XVOOIDS SENIOR SOROSIS OFFICERS . . . President Vice President DORIS CARR . WINIITIRED Ei-Lis JEAN CARTER Lois SHEARMAN . Secretary . . . . . . . Treasurer MRS. BESSIE HANISER. Faculty Adviser This year for the second time in the history of Fredonia High School. the Senior Sorosis Club was organized. This year's group of girls has tried to uphold the purposes of the organization which are to promote friendship among the girls of the class, to establish a close pupil-teacher relationship. to provide opportunities for student leader- ship, and to afford entertainment for all the members. The girls in this year's senior class sold personal labels in order that they might be able to meet the club expenses. Throughout the school year the girls have had monthly parties. Some of these parties were a "Mary Jane" party, a Christmas party and tureen dinner coin- bined, and a theater party. Before the end of the school year the senior girls will entertain their parents and the junior girls who will belong to the Senior Sorosis next year. The girls of the class of '41 hope that they have added something to the betterment of the club and that it will continue to function. Forly-one .i T Forty-Iwo WA1'CflllNCE "AMERICAN PASSPORTH REHEARSAL DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS SAMUISL A. LEONE . . , President ERNFST RENsW1cK Vice President Hisiisw CIVILETTE . Secretary lVlARllE OGMBENE ....... Treasurer MRS. MILDRED HUNT, Faculty Adviser "Did they like it? Listen to that applause!" The applause is being directed at the Fredonia High School Dramatics Club. The curtain has just gone down and the players are taking their curtain calls. This year for the first time our Dramatics Club presented a three- act comedy, "American Passport," before a large and enthusiastic audi- ence. The play proved to be so successful that a repeat performance was given. A delightful one-act hill-billy comedy, "Comin' Round The Moun- tain," was well received by the student body. Another one-act play, "Of All Things," was enacted for the benefit of the P. T. A. and the students of Fredonia High School. Our club was financially successful as well. Profits from our social and the public plays have enabled the club to secure new plays for further presentation and to purchase necessary properties. The Dramatics Club banquet was held in May, and, as usual, was the social event of the year. The members of the Fredonia High School Dramatics Club Wish to extend their thanks and appreciation to Mrs. Mildred Hunt for her directorship during the year. BIRD STUDY CLUB NIEWTON I-IUNTLEY .... Secretary-Treasurer MR. Gisoizczis W. BELDIQN, Faculty Adviser The Bird Study Club, organized in the fall of l93O for the purpose of studying birds and bird lore, soon centered on the imitation of bird songs and calls. The club is unique in that respect, for it is believed that no other organization of its type exists in the public high schools of this country. After studying and learning calls and songs of birds under Mr. Belden's direction and by observation of birds in the field. various members made many appearances last year and. thus far. they have made four public appearances this year. The club's most outstanding achievement was its participation in one of Ellsworth Jaegar's "Wonder Trails of the Air"-a radio series dealing with nature study. The club is proud of James Tarbox, one of its members. who won a prize at the Amateur Contest held at Brocton in March. All members of the club have enjoyed its activities and achievements and hope to continue them in the future under the guidance of Mr. Belden. who conceived the club and is its faculty adviser. l.el'1 lo Righls James Reis. James Johnstone, Dana Vwlheelock, Newton Huntley, Hugh XVo0dcock. Mr. George Belden. instructor. James Tarbox. Forty-three Forty-four B A N D OFFICERS PAUL WI-11145 . . . . President L-OTHrSR BLODOIQTT . Vice' President JANIZT LUKIE ...... Secretary-Treasurer RUTH ANNE DTREMAN. ROBERT Brzrztc, ANN WAl,KliR Librarians HUPAAARO HUNTLEY. ROGER WrXl,KLER Cuszodians of Uniforms MR, KEITH EMANUELSON. Director This year Mr. Emanuelson introduced a new system of class instruction for his instrumental students. Each section of the band received personal supervision from him every week. Also new this year was our concert schedule. We gave a series of short concerts rather than one or two major ones. In this way we became adept at sight reading and accustomed to appearing before audiences. At the sectional contests held in April, the band received a rating which entitled it to play at the State Contest at Jamestown, Cl ARlNli'liS Anderson. Juanita Beck. Betty Dilxeman. Ruth Anne Hagen. Arlene Kopliner, Adeline l.eone. Marguerite Nazaro. Thomas Paschke. Alice Randavyo. Salvatore Read. Marjorie Sahle, Geraldine Sidey. Barbara Vvlallter. Ann XVhitney. Rita DRUMS Ballaglia, .loseph Beck. Robert Cash. John Sidey, Donald OBOHS Vishnia. Lucille XVood. Mu riel l:l.LlTliS Patton. Marilyn Prendergast. Eleanor Schroeder. Gertrude CYMBALS Castellana, Marion CORNETS Blodgett, Luther SAXOPIIONIE Castellana. Anthony Peterson. Edward Gange, Charles TAKING A XVlil.l.-DIESIZRVED RIEST Gangi, Russell Luke. Janet Sherman. Orville Vinciguerra. Samuel 'IRROMBONES Colherg. Jean Diers, Harmon Morrison. Leslie Radloff. XVilliam Straight. Allison Vwfalker. Roger White, Paul l7Rl5Nffll HORNS llJSSCIl. Marie Lowell. Gladys Reed. Nancy Bassrs lluntley. lluhluard Huntley. Newton Kopp. James BARITONIZS Larson. XVilliam Morse, Grant Sahle. Howard Y ORCHESTRA OFFICERS LESLIE MORRISON . . , . President MURIEL WOOD Vice President ARLENE DOUGLAS . . . . Secretary-Treasurer ORl!.l.E FOSTER. PETER FADALE .... Librarians MR. KEITH EIvIANUELsoN. Director This year Fredonia High School has one of the largest orchestras in its history. Under the excellent guidance of the director, Mr. Keith Emanuelson, the orchestra has been practicing Beethoven's "First Sym- phony", "Lucio Silla" by Mozart, and other Works which are contained in its repertoire. The orchestra again, this year, furnished the music for the annual "Minstrel Show" and also played in the Spring Music Concert. The orchestra competed in the annual Western New York Music Festival and won the right to compete for State honors at Jamestown. In June the Fredonia High School orchestra will furnish music for the Commencement exercises. VIOLINS Colvenlweck. Dorothy Conti, Carolyn Curtis, Joyce Douglas. Arlene lfadale. Peter Foster. Orille Grant, Jean Cluidotti. Rita Hubbard, Clara Huntley. Hubbard Kopliner, Geraldine Kutulas. Ethel l.eBarron. Frederick Mann. Doris McClenathan, Jean Olson, Dortha Szpak, Florence DRUMS Battaglia. Joseph Cash, John Sidey, Donald CYMBALS Castellana, Marion STRING BAss Beck. Betty lust' BFITORIE THE CONCERT CORNETS Castellana. Anthony Gauge. Charles Gangi, Russell Sherman. Orville 'TROMBONES Diers, Harmon Morrison, Leslie White, Paul WVIOLAS Harris. Margaret Mastor. Ethelia Smith, Bcity CELLOS Hubbard, Elinor Salhoff, Betty Jane Stone, Marion OBOES Vishnia. I.uciIle Wood. Muriel CI.ARINI2'I's XValkcr, Ann l:Rl5Nf'll HORNS Hassett, Marie l.owell. Gladys Reed, Nancy FLUTES Miller. Twyla Patton. Marilyn Prenclergast, Eleanor Dikeman. Ruth Anne SAXOPHONE Nazaro. Thomas Peterson, Edward Forty-five Forty-six lfrrsl Rout lr!! to rztlhl: Brown, Dilwman, C. Joy. Ciloor, Mr. K. llmanuelson. Salholl. D. Morrison. Cash A. Castrllana - Serum! Rout It-I1 lo l'ltll71I R. Joy. Drago. Tvrrel, l.e Barron. 'lf Castellana. R. Morrison Peterson, Baldwin. Mancuso. Sherman -- Thzrd Row, lull In rztfhti liadale. Battaglia. Morse. Shepherd, Drag gett. llartman. XVhite. Huntley, llesburn, ljhmlxe. Sidey, BOYS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS CiiARt.tas GANGIE . . . . President Ltssriti lVlORRISON . Vice President PIETIZR FADALI2 ..... Secretary-Treasurer AN'riioNY CASTI?l.l.ANA. HENRY lDRAGGl3'I"l' . . Libruricms BARBARA Sintiv .... Accompanist Josisiatt BA'r'rAot,tA ...... Student Director- MR. Ktirrtt EMANU1a1.soN. Director Under the direction of Nlr. Emanuelson the Cilee Club has par- ticinated in the annual minstrel show and has given several performances in various churches. On March Z7 a concert was given in collaboration with the Girls' Glee Club. We participated in the Western New York Music Festival winning the right to appear in the State contest at Jamestown. Through participation in the glee club activities, its Z9 members have developed a greater appreciation of music as well as a closer companionship with each other. In the accomplishment of these two aims we believe that we have been repaid for our efforts. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS GLADYS LowEi.i. . . .IRAN Gii.P,ER'1' LUctii.i.ts VisHN1A Grams DOl.I.OFl7 .... MARIAN CASTELLANA, SHIRLEY RoUsE SHLSILA GREGORY . . . . MRS. GERTRUDE G. STRADER, Director Presidenl Vice President Secretary Treasurer Librarians Accomprmist This year the Girls' Glee Club has had the opportunity of appear- ing four times in public concerts. At Christmas time we presented a pageant entitled "Star In The Night", Vxfe participated America" program at the Normal School 'Summer Time" and "l've Got Plenty part in the Spring Concert. At the annual Western New York rated one-minus, a rating which entitles in the State Contest later this year. LS' Cil.l?l5 ClL'l'w l7Rlfl'ARlfS TO SING where we sang of Nothin' Music Festival us to compete in a "Musical two numbers: We also took our club was at Jamestown l Forty-seuen ALPHA I-II-Y OFFICERS JOHN BiQi.i, , . . . President HUBBARD HUN'i'i,iaY Vice President ROisi2R'i' TARBOX . Secretary HOWARD lVlORSl? ....... Trecisurer MR. Wiasiisy Liiiaczii, MR. Ciiwoia R. Dyii. Ifuctilfg Advisers . With the closing of the 1941 school year the Alpha chapter of the Fredonia I-li-Y Club has completed eleven years of service. The activities of the year have been planned so as to uphold the Hi-Y platformz "clean speech. clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living". These ideals have been developed by a number of speakers at the meetings, by motion pictures, an assembly program, candy sales at school, sports programs. and a study in vocational guidance. Intercity youth congresses at Buffalo and Rochester have had as delegates a group of our members. Alpha representatives at the state Hi-Y convention introduced and were responsible for the passage of a bill favoring stricter regulation of medical license laws. The greatest distinction to come to our chapter was the election of Hubbard Huntley as president of the Frontier Council of Hi-Y clubs. This is the first time that this office has been held by any Alpha Hi-Y member. Chapter activities were concluded with the annual banquet and the election of officers. llll' lVllfl5IINll XVIl.l l7l.lf:XSl' COML1 To ORDVR Forty - eighi ltd lull lo !'1itIl71I Mr. George Belden. adviser. Leslie Morrison. James Mcllvain. Vvlilliam Smith, Robert Siutliiid. Raymond Gworelt. Robert llesburn. Gilbert Crowell. Donald Sidey, Burton XVashburn - Slundintl. Il! 1 righlz David Baldwin, Donald Morrison. Merle Platt. Jamcsl.cl1nen. Robert Draggctt. Arthur Miller, lohn Sihle. James Kopp. Robert Bileske, Robert Goodenough. BETA I-ll-Y OFFICERS DON1XI.D Sioux' . . . . President ORv11-1-E SHERMAN Vice I'rt-sident ROBERT Birifsxu . Secretary Ci1l.BIiRT CROWEL1. ..... Treasurer MR. GEORGE BELDEN, Faculty Adviser The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend through- out the school and community high standards of Christian character. Every Tuesday evening in the Fredonia High School, the Beta Hi-Y meets. We have had a variety of programs during the year, one of which was an assembly program with Mr. Ellsworth Yeager, of radio fame, as the special guest. l-lis lecture, "Natures Symphony", and his imitations of bird and animal calls were enjoyed by everyone. At another time it was our privilege to have Mr. Tallman and Mr. Whitney as guests to exhibit moving pictures of camp life. Among other speakers and guests were Mr. Claude R. Dye: Coach Keyser of the Fredonia Normal School: Mr. H. S. Duncan: Mr. Rhodes, principal at Bemus Point: the Reverend Hyer of Forestville: the Reverend Ciordon Schroeder of Fredonia: a few recent Beta Hi-Y members, who gave college talks: and some of our oW'n members. At Christmas time, we sent out three baskets of food to needy people. We also gave money to a Chinese fund for the purpose of extending to Chinese youth the privileges of university training. Forty-nine Fifly SCENERY GOING UPI STAGE CREW Miss HELEN MILLER Miss ELINICE FRISBFIT . . . MR. WESLEY LEIQCH Faculty Advisers This is the third successful year for the F. H. S. Stage Crew. As members of this group, each student has faithfully rendered his service to the school. The purpose of the Stage Crew is to aid in the production of Dramatic Club plays, chapel programs, music concerts, and the Senior exercises in June. Being a member of this organization means hours of hard work for the students. In return for their useful service members gain much valuable experience. The Stage Crew consists of students from the following departments: the Fine Arts, the Industrial Arts, and the Home Economics. Each department renders essential service in its own special way: the girls in Fine Arts perform those duties which have to do with art: such as, painting scenery and designing posters: the girls in Home Economics assemble, repair, and improvise costumes for various needs: while the boys in Industrial Arts do the work of carpenters, electricians, and stage hands. We extend our hearty appreciation to our faculty advisers for their unceasing effort to promote the success of this group. SENIOR GIRL SCCUTS OFFICERS JANET LUKE . . . President BARBARA Wooo . LLEONA EMMERLING ANN WALKER Vice President Secretary . . . . . . . Treasurer Miss HELEN MILLER, Faculzy Adviser The Senior Girl Scout Troop, under the leadership of Miss Miller, was off to a good start last fall with its first meeting as a picnic supper in Miss Miller's barn. New members were taken in and were properly initiated. Later on in the year more girls were accepted. making a total of nineteen girls. This year our meetings were devoted mostly in Working for Scout badges, the singing of Girl Scout songs and the learning of how to be friendly and helpful in our community. We also did considerable knitting for the Red Gross. During the year, for diversion, we went on a week-end camping trip to Camp Thornwood on Gassadaga Lake: had a tureen supper at Miss Miller's home: went on a bicycle hike: and held a party during Girl Scout Week. S td It-fl lo F!-tlhfi Grace XVinkelman, Barbara Wood, l,eona Emmerling, Janet Luke, Marian Stone. Angtlinc Gugino - St-cond Row: Miss Helen Miller. scout leader. Gene Doloff, Gertrude Schroeder, Carol Scott, lugcnu Masior. Joyce Curtis. Alice Paschke, Ethelia Master - Standing: Ann Walker, Carolyn Mcc, Jean Gllbnrt Florence Miller. Julia NNhiting. Fifty-one I7it'ty-Iwo NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS Sixxiviit. LEONE . . . . President CllARl.l2S JOY Vice President ERNEST Rtiisswifik . Secretary ROBlfR'l' 'I'ARisOx ....... Treasurer MR. C. R. DYE. MR. S. GORDON CORTIQR. Faculty Advisers The forensic work of Fredonia High School dates back to the years 1933 and 1934 when large citizenship classes sought to find good speakers to discuss civic problems. In the spring of 1935 defeated debate teams returned from meets in Jamestown and Hornell. They had failed. yet they were back most zealous to begin anew and to prove that they could succeed. ln the fall of 1935 Fredonia joined the Allegheny College Debate League. Since that year our school has for four times brought home from the college. Two times it has won the County American contest. This year marks its entrance into the National Forensic awards Legion League, winning in the first district appearance six places in the state contest. The National Forensic League is an honor society for high school debaters and orators. lt was founded in Albany High School in October 1924. In 1925 there were twenty-four chapters in fifteen states. Today there are 500 chapters in forty states. Fredonia High School is proud to be allied with this organization. Gur school has the privilege and responsi- bility of maintaining a high standard of excellence in speech arts. St-iiletl tuoiinii the lable, Ielt In right: Robert Tarliox. Ernest Renswick. Samuel A. Leone. Anthony Leone, Mr Claude ll. Dye. Supt Mr. S Gordon Corter. coach. Charles A Joy. NVilliam Locke -- Sltiniiingt Sanford Sanderson. Howard Morse. Robert Beck. James Tarbox. 'U'X.LJUfTl'l.0,U'f 6. X 5 A vf, lr - 9 s.. X9 0 .I it . ,. N A Six" . I' Coach Moore, Cave, Valvo, Coniglio, Leone, Barone, Smith, Case. Radloff. Goodenough, Saccamano. Bileskc L Platt, Torasso, Rizzo. Miller, Ardillo, J. Guzzetta, Tyrrel, D. Guzzetta, Scanio, Vinciquerra, Bardo. Faso. Siracusc Fifty-four FOOTBALL JAMES CAVE ...... Captain ROBERT BILESKE ...... Manager MR. WILSON J. MOORE, Coach The football season opened in September with an enthusiastic squad. "Jimmy" Cave returned as a post-graduate and he was appointed Captain by Coach "Dinty" Moore. The team played good ball at the Westfield and Falconer games. We met Lakewood on their field and were defeated by four points. ln the encounters with Salamanca and Ciowanda we took a sound beating. The fighting spirit returned in the Silver Creek game, which turned out to be a real battle. Jimmy Cave made a long dash across the pay-off territory, only to be called back by the referee. The most exciting game was undoubtedly the Dunkirk game. The team fought the best battle of the season and held the enemy to a mere 13 points. At the close of the season, the entire team attended the annual league banquet at Silver Creek, where James Cave captured a berth on the all-conference football team. Peter Torasso, Louis Leone and James Vinciguerra took places on the second team, while Edward Case received honorable mention. Roctrto ARDILLO CIIARLES BARDO AN'r1iONY BARONIZ EDWARD CASE JAMES CAVE. Captain DONALD PASO Roisizm' GOODIENOUGH LETTERMEN DOMINIC GUZZITTTA LOUIS LEONE lVlERl.E PLATT ARTHUR lVllLLER JACK RADLOFF GIRADO RIZZO JOHN SACCAMANO JOSEPH SCANIO Louis SIRACUSE PETER TORASSO DONALD TYRREL RUSSELL VALVO JAMES VINCIGUERRA BASKETBALL Rocco LAUR1'1'o ...... Manager MR. WIl.SON J. MOORE, Coach The basketball season opened with a large squad reporting for duty. After several weeks of practice the team made its first encounter with the Cattaraugus team, scoring the initial victory of this season. For the first time in our school's history we met the Brocton Central school team. In both games the "Moore men" were victorious. In the following games we were met by defeat against the strong teams from Silver Creek. Falconer, Jamestown and Dunkirk. "Bert" Torasso played outstanding basketball all season. He was high scorer of our team in many of the games. His long range shots clicked in an outstanding fashion. As usual the team fought hard in the Dunkirk game. Only in the waning minutes did our defense falter. The season closed with the Jamestown game. Let us hope that in the near future, we will produce a crack basketball team so good that it will be undefeated. BASKETBALI, I.E'I'TERMEN NYU l IAM Sklllll DOMINIC CiiUZZli'l"l'A Cllzklll VS GANCSIE l.lfSI.lli PAUL l'lf'l'l2R TORASSO IoR1't1l1I: Anthony Castellana. Robert Bileske. Joseph GlI77Cll.1, Charles Gauge. l.esIie l'.1ul. Rocco l.aurito, lklmmger. Vwlilliam Smith. Peter Torraso, Arthur Miller. Fifi y - Hue O T Fifty-six GIRLS' INTER-CLASS SPORTS MRS. MILDRED HUNT, Physical Director The girls, this year, have engaged in many sports but basketball seems to have been their favorite. The basketball season opened before the Christmas vacation with many girls participating. Games were scheduled for after school on Tuesdays and Fridays. Two different tournaments were held. For the intramural tournament the following captains were chosen: Stella Saccamano, Rachel Clute, Doris Carr, Jeanette Detolla, Dorothy Zentz, and Loretta Leone. Each team was composed of players from different classes. This arrangement made the games far more interesting and competition keener. The team captained by Doris Carr won the most games. Following the intramural tourna- ment, interclass games were held. In the early fall and spring, badminton and ping pong were played. These sports were enjoyed by all who participated. Not only have the girls enjoyed their interclass sports but they have benefited from them, becoming more skilled and efficient in games and developing qualities of good sportsmanship. The girls participating in after-school basketball were chosen. according to classes, to attend several play days held at Fredonia and various other schools. AN Exizirmo lVlOMl2NT I ' 1- ff 1 Ins! Row. Iefl to righlz Rachel Clute, Marian Castellana. Stella Saccamano, Rose Alaimo -- Second Row. left Io riqhlz Beatrice Whtilcn. Mrs. Mildred Hunt. Coach. Carolyn lfuller, Lorena Swank, Dorothy Zentz, Helen Cixiltttt. Bernice Topliffe. Lucile Holtz. Margaret Leone, Dorothea Schibetta. Betty Raymond, Carolyn Gugino, lucillc Chimera. LEADERS' CLUB OFFICERS SARAH GRAYBILL . . . . President DOROTHY ZENTZ Vice President BEATRICE WHALEN . Secretary BERNICE ToPL1FFE ...... Treasurer MRS. MILDRED HUNT, Faculty Adviser The Leaders' Club is a comparatively new organization, having been formed in 1940, The number of girls belonging to the club has been greatly increased. There are both active and associate members in this club. The purpose of the Leaders' Club is to raise money for athletic awards, to arrange for girls' intramural and interclass games, and to officiate at play days. This is the second year in which letters were awarded to each girl who had acquired a certain number of points by participating in various sports: such as, basketball, softball, soccer, badminton, and ping pong. The required points for achieving awards were one hundred points for a four-inch letter, two hundred points for a five-inch letter. three hundred points for a six-inch letter, and four hundred points for a seven-inch letter. Each girl -was given five points for each game in which she participated. 4 5 Both active and associate members have received their Leaders' Club pins, which they prize highly. Fifty-seucn Fifty-eight Cl-IEER LEADERS SY1.v1A Guomo MARJoRiE READ GERTRUDE RoTUNDA Donis SPINKS CHARLES ST. GEORGE There is hardly any necessity to say that we have the best cheer- leaders in the history of F. H. S., and that they have the backing of the entire school. With their "Fight-TeamfFight" and "Pre-don-i-a" we find them leading the crowd in the greatest boosters of team morale, the all-high cheers. lf we make plenty of noise and show tremendous enthusiasm in the gym and on the field when we meet the teams of other schools. it is largely because of the spirited Work of our cheerleaders. Too much credit cannot be given for this work, for it means much unselfish and tireless effort on the part of these students. We pay tribute to our cheerleaders, Chiclza - lacka - chicka - lacka Chow! Chow! Chow! Booma - Iacka - booma - lacka Bow! Wow! Wow! Sis boom - Sis boom - Sis boom bah! Fredonia High School Rah! Rah! Rah! Left lo Righlz Sylvia Gugino. Doris Spinks. Charles St, George, Mariorie Read. Gertrude Rotunda. O l U f SENIOR. ACI-IIEVEMENTS ALBANO, IRENE THERESA - Library Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Junior Band 4: Senior Sorosis 4. ALAIMO, ANN - Basketball 1, 2. 3: Soccer 1. 2: Baseball l, 2, 3: Leaders' Club 3: Volleyball l, 2, 3: Senior Sorosis 4. ANZALONE, LOUIS G. - Band l, 2: Interclass Basketball 1, 2. 3: Football 3: Interclass Baseball l, Z, 3, 4: Basketball 4: Golf 3, 4. AVERY, FRANCES JUNE - Basketball 4: Senior Sorosis 4. BARDO, CHARLES S. - Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3: Interclass Basketball l, 2: Football 3. 4: Flying Chips Club Sec'y 3: Science Club 4: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. BARDO, SARA M. - Basketball 1, 2, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Sorosis 4: Volleyball l: Soccer 1. BARONE. ANTHONY CHARLES - Football 2, 3. 4: Interclass Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Interclass Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Assistant Manager 4. BARONE, ROSABEL - Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Sorosis 4. BELL. JOHN W. - Debate 4: Class President 3: Student Council President 3: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: Social Committee Treasurer 3. BORZILLERI. JOHN ALBERT 1 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2. CARR, DORIS M. - Orchestra l, 2: Dramatics Club l. 2, 3: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary 2: Senior Sorosis President 4: Soccer 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3. CARTER, JEAN ANN - Dramatics Club l, 2: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Girl Scouts 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Athletic Manager 3, 4: Minstrel Show 4: Senior Sorosis Secretary 4. CASE, EDWARD PATRIC - Football 2, 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 1. 2, 3: Softball l. 2, 3. 4: Golf 3. 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2. 3. CHIMERA, LUCILLE N. - Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 1, 2: Soccer 1: Glee Club 2: Ping Pong 2: J'Ec-er Club 2, 3: Leaders' Club 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. CLUTE. RACHEL JEANNE - Basketball 3, 4: Leaders' Club 4: Dramatics Club 3: J'Ec-er Club 4: Badminton 3: Senior Sorosis 4. CROFOOT, MARTIN ELLSWORTH - Flying Chips Club 3. DIKEMAN. RUTH ANNE - Band 2. 3, 4: Librarian 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Sketch Club 1, 2, 3: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1, 2: Minstrel Show 4: Senior Sorosis 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. DOUGLAS, ARLENE LUCILE -- Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3, 4, Librarian 1, 2, Treasurer 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: Camera Club 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. EDMUNDS, HELEN M. - Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus l: Glee Club l: Science Club 3: Senior Girl Scouts 3: Library Club 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2: Hilltopper Staff 4: Athletic Manager 3, 4: Senior Sorosis 4. ' ELLIS, WINIFRED - Dramatics Club 1, 2: Camera Club 3: Senior Sorosis 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. ' ENSMINGER, BERTHA PEARL - Senior Sorosis 4. FADALE, FLORINE - Glee Club 2: Ping Pong 2: Badminton 2: J'Ec-er Club 3, 4: Senior Sorosis 4. FLICK, RUTH GENEVIEVE - Glee Club 1: Mixed Chous 1: J'Ec-er Club 2: Sketch Club 3: Senior Sorosis 4. it Fifty-nine Sixty SENIOR ACI-IIEVEMENTS FOSTER, ORILLE J. - Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4: J'Ec-er Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Stage Crew 4: Senior Sorosis 4. FULLER, CAROLYN O. - Band 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 3: Glee Club l, 2: J'Ec-er Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Minstrel Show 3: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3: Leaders' Club 4: Senior Sorosis 4. GANGE, CHARLES C. - Band l, 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 1. GOGGIN, JOHN EDWARD -- GOGGIN. JOHNETTE EDNA - Glee Club 2: Dramatics Club 4: Senior Sorosis 4. GOODENOUGH, ROBERT DUANE - Football 2, 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 2: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4, Vice President 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. GRESCOVIAK, WALTER JAMES - GUARINO, CONCETTA MARIE - Glee Club 2: Badminton 2: Ping Pong 2: J'Ec-er Club 2: "On the Hill" Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. GUGINO, CARL HARRY - Interclass Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2: Baseball 1. 2, 3: Hilltopper Staff 4. GUGINO, CAROLYN MADELINE - Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3: Ping Pong 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3, 4: Leaders' Club 4: J'Ec-er Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2: "On the Hill" Staff 4: Volleyball 1: Senior Sorosis 4. GUIDOTTI, RITA JEAN - Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 1: Class Treasurer l: Glee Cub Secretary 1: J'Ec-er Club 4: Basketball 3: Student Council l: Senior Sorosis 4. HASSETT, MARIE ANN - Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Basketball 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. HESBURN, ROBERT W. - Beta Hi-Y 3, 4. HICKS, FLOYD A. - Band l, 2. HOLTZ, JACK WILSON - Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2, 3. HUBBARD, CLARA ALICE - Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mized Chorus 1: Senior Sorosis 4. HUNTLEY. HUBBARD GLENN - Band l, 2, 3, 4: Custodian of Band Property 4: Band Solo Contest 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Concertmaster 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Glee Club 4: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Frontier Council President 3, 4: Science Club 4: Hilltopper Staff 1, 2, 4: Minstrel Show Conductor 3, 4: Brass Sextet 2: German Band 3, 4. JOY, CHARLES ALEXANDER - Debate l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Alpha Hi-Y 4: Student Council 3: Class Treasurer 3: Hilltopper Staff Editor-in-Chief 4: Vice President of the F. H. S. Chapter of the National Forensic League 4. KUSNESKE, VIRGINIA MARIE - Orchestra 2: Library Club 3: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Senior Sorosis 4. LARSON, WILLIAM - Band I, 2, 3, 4: President 3: Orchestra 3: Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Class Treasurer 1: Class President 2, 4: Student Council 2, 4, Treasurer 2: Hilltopper Staff 3, 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: Brass Quartet 3, 4: German Band Leader 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 2. LAURITO, ROCCO ANTHONY - Basketball Manager 4: Science Club 4: Interclass Basketball 4. SENIOR ACI-IIEVEMENTS LAWSON, MARION - Science Club Secretary 4: "On the Hill" Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. LEBARON. HAZEL ERELENE - Glee Club l, 2, 3, Vice President 2, Treasurer 3: Mixed Chorus l, 2. 3: Band 2: Library Club 2. 3: Dramatics Club 2. 3: Junior Band 4: Senior Sorosis 4. LEBARRON, FREDERICK W. - Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 3. LEONE. ANTHONY RUSSELL - Debate 2, 3, 4: Alpha Hi-Y 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: Science Club 4: Interclass Basketball 2, 4: Intramural Basketball 3. LEONE. SAMUEL A. - Debate l, Z. 3. 4: Dramatics Club l, 2, 3, 4: Class President l: Class Vice President 2: Student Council 2: Alpha Hi-Y 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: President F. H. S. Chapter of the National Forensic League 4: Science Club 3: County Winner Legion Oratorical Contest 4. LOWELL. GLADYS IRENE - Basketball 2: Soccer 2: Glee Club 3, 4. President 4: Mixed Chorus 3, Librarian 3: Band 4: Badminton 2: Orchestra 4: Stage Crew 4: Senior Sorosis 4. MANZELLA. VINCENT CHARLES - Football 2, 3. 4: Track l, 2: Camera Club 2: Interclass Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball l. 2, 3, 4: "On the Hill" Staff 4. McCLENATHAN, JEAN R. - Orchestra l, 3, 4: J'Ec-er Club 2: Dramatics Club 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Library Club 3: Stage Crew 3: Manager of Magazine Campaign, 4: Senior Sorosis 4. McILVAIN, JAMES MALCOLM - Science Club 3. 4: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4. MCQUIGGAN, IRENE J. - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3: Senior Sorosis 4. McQUIGGAN. PHYLLIS LORRAINE - Glee Club 3. 4: Library Club 2, 3: Dramatics Club 3: Senior Sorosis 4. MORRISON. LESLIE S. - Band 3. 4: Orchestra 3. 4. President 4: Beta Hi-Y 3. 4: Glee Club Vice President 4: Minstrel Show 4: Trombone Trio 4. MORSE. ELIZABETH C. - "On the Hill" Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. NEWTON. LULU LOUISE - J'Ec-er Club Vice President 4: Sketch Club 3. 4: Dramatics Club Z: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. NOBLE. HELEN EMELIE - Dramatics Club 3: Stage Crew 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. NOTARO. GERALDINE ROSE - Senior Sorosis 4. OGNIBENE. MARIE GRACE - Library Club 2. 3, 4, President 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4. Treasurer 4: Glee Club 3: Class Secretary 3: Student Council 3: Interclass Basketball 4' Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. POLAND. RICHARD LOUIS - QUANDT, HELEN ELIZABETH - Glec Club l: Mixed Chorus 1. 3: Dramatics Club 2' Library Club 4: Senior Sorosis 4. RABIN. JEANNE LUCILE - Dramatics Club l, 2. 3: Library Club l, Z, 3, Treasurer 3: Camera Club l: Class Secretary 4: "On the Hill" Editor-in-Chief 4: Hilltopper Staff 4- Student Council 4: Senior Sorosis 4. RAYMOND. BETTY MARIAN - Orchestra l. 2: Soccer l, 4: Softball 1. 3, 4: Volleyball 1: Basketball 1, 3. 4: Badminton 3. 4: Leaders' Club 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3: Senior Sorosis 4. RENSWICK. ERNEST BERTRAM - Debate 2, 3, 4: Band 1. 2. 3: Alpha Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Dramatics Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Vice President 3. 4: lnterclass Basketball 2. 3. 4: Class Vice President 3: Class Treasurer 4: Student Council 3, 4, President 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: Secretary of the F. H. S. Chapter of the National Forensic League 4. Sixty-one A ,ii W Sixty-two u ., '5- ' . 9 SENIOR ACI-IIEVEMENTS RICOTTA, ANGELINE LUCILLE - Basketball 3: Ping Pong 2: J'Ec-er Club 2: Senior Sorosis 4: Badminton 2. SACCOMANO, STEFANA L. - Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer l. 2, 3: Ping Pong 2, 3: Badminton 2, 3. 4: Volleyball l: Leaders' Club 3, 4: Senior Sorosis 4. SALHOFF, BETTY JANE - Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. SALHOFF, GERALD WILLIAM - Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 3: Orchestra 2, 3: Science Club 4: Alpha Hi-Y 4. SCANIO, ROSS JOHN - Football l, 2, 3: Track 2: Interclass Basketball 1, 2, 4: Softball 1, Z. SEDOTA, CHARLES SAMUEL - Football I, 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1: Glee Club 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 4. I I SHEARMAN, LOIS L. - Glee Club 4: Senior Sorosis 4: Treasurer 4. Q SHEARMAN. RUSSELL GERALD - SHERMAN, ORVILLE - Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3. Secretary 3, Vice President 4: Brass Quartet 3, 4. SIDEYIQJOHN DONALD - Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4: Custodian of Band Property 3: Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: Glee Club 4: Dramatics Club l, 2: Science Club 3, 4: Class Vice President 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: Student Council Vice President 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. STEVENS. CORABEL LOUISE - Senior'Girl Scouts 1: .I'Ec-er Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: 'Basketball 4: Softball 4: Senior Sorosis 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4. SWANK. LORENA MAY - Basketball l. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 3: Soccer 1, Z, 3. 4: Leaders' Club 3, 4: Dramatics Club l, 2, 3: Volleyball 1: Senior Sorosis 4. TYRREL. DONALD W. - Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Glee Club 2, 3. 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: Football 2. 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2, 3: Track 2: Cheerleader l. 2. 3: Interclass Basketball l: Interclass Baseball 2. VAN SCOTER, RUTH N. 1 Library Club 2, 3: Camera Club 3: Sketch Club 3: Soccer 1: Senior Sorosis 4: "On the Hill" Staff 4: Hilltopper Staff 4. VERCANT, ANNA MARIE - Cilee Club 1: Mixed Chorus l, 2: Stage Crew 4: Senior Sorosis 4. WASHBURN, BURTON R. - Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: Science Club 4: Interclass Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Interclass Baseball 2. WELLS, JUDITH ANN - Library Club 4: Dramatics Club 4: Senior Sorosis 4. WESTPFAHL, EDWARD ROBERT v Science Club 3. 4. WHITE, PAUL B. - Band l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: Trombone Trio 4: Beta Hi-Y 3, 4: Dramatics Club l: "On the Hill" Staff 2, 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Orchestra 4. WHITNEY, RITA MAE - Band Z, 3, 4: Minstrel Show 3, 4: "On the Hill" Staff l: Class Vice President I: Dramatics Club l, 2: Library Club 2. 3, 4: Camera Club 3: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. WIEDMAIER, JOYCE KATHERINE - Glee Club 2: J'Ec-er Club Secretary 4: Hilltopper Staff 4: Senior Sorosis 4. WILLIAMS, LAWRENCE A. - Football 3, 4: Alpha Hi-Y 3.4: Interclass Basketball 2, 3. WINCHEI.L, FLORENCE MAE - Senior Sorosis 4. 2 aa up 4-1 J.. REHDIHG Sixty-four .5 ? 1- BL' ' ' N7 - fl? .. vA 3 : .IE Boo UI ,, 4 '-1' 71.11 'Q " giegaon 7 I5 P mo 53111 My 'X on - 4 :X mf' Q 3 4 NE ' U I Al EAHUDESI Q 411' 1-57' 2 Z i. f C 1... 6 G 'ff' I4 rm, rnus-cal scrapbook- O' L .. ' A fu f. Q3 cf ,. f Q Sf W, "Did I ever Bl you aboxd Um ,I NAI! N-I YT! its d 9 2 nxan lost out on the daszri ? I5 7 ' ui vi ..---.-.. 9 93' mi sgzkm 2 mnna I. f N m M fx E V a QA. V f' 6 ,, Q .M 1 30I'10 Sean rw, A L-- 9Lq.ssz52 " I0 I6 , A 1,1 ""' IE W 2 QE M " f sf' H I 'Mui' uf 6 9 CS' Q 122.5 u ' ,-5 , 'fli 1 L g,-,,-n H I7 -Ch " Qi? ' I aw X 5' fo 4 '- Q1?.'zfX5x j fl -"""'vvf ""'it-ITT f 1 I2 ' I SEE ADS FOR KEY 1 A smut Our lnstalment Loan Department is glad to consider an application for a loan from any one with a sound credit rating. This service is available to you whether or not you are now a customer of this bank. Monthly payments are arranged in ac- cordance with your ability to pay. S 8,88 per month repays n S100 loan in I2 months. 314.40 per month repays a S200 loan in 15 months. ' THE NATIONAL BANK of FREDONIA FREDONIA, N. Y. NOW IS THE TIME THIS is THE BANK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 4. Ruth Anne Dikeman - Ruth Anne, "Inspiration Wanted". 'gy Qfilhl W , X0 i .ntereSied G If Qu aigRXNTXN . ' 6 .iv axaiw mime X of You are ceo Visit Qiiice NN soi Odem i The files Offilsin wiik and x0oxjYYOgEgra9hxc ge l 3 XX- Sixty-five J . Compliments of Pierce Motor Service BUICK - PONTIAC Foot of Hill FREDONIA. N. Y. Compliments of Don's Service Station Main at White Street FREDONIA. N. Y. 1. Charles Bardcr-and Gun-powder- He'l1 learn some day. Compliments Congratulations to Crass of '41 and Sincere Best Wishes from Fredonia Hardware Co 31 E. Main Street Fredonia, N. Y. HUNTER'S 20 West Main Street Fredonia, N. Y. Compliments Congratulations ' Graduates to Class of 41 Vkfe extend to you our from Best Wishes People's Hardware MOUFOQ Phafmacl' FREDONIA A Dunkirk - Fredonia BOCK '65 LUDWIG Terwilliger '13 Salzer Plumbing-Heating Furniture - Undertaking Eavetroughs Floor Coverings - Window Shades L - M' 69 West Main Street amrgunain Egg? Phone 413-J FREDONIA, N. Y. 35-37 XVest Main Street 2. John Bell-and Groceries-Any- Phone 355 Fredonia. N. Y thing else today, Madam? Srxty six DIEGES '25 CLUST Manufacturers of Jewelry for the Class of 1941 FREDONIA HIGH SCHOOL Represented by: C. W. GREVE Dunkirk. New York Congratulations and Sincere Best XVishes To the Graduates of 1941 CITIZENS TRUST COMPANY FREDONIA, N. Y. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatio El 'l an 'If . . I -L' i. .- IL ,Q . 'figs 1 1 , ry., - wg, .- .' 1 ,..,. . -. , 1, .Mew W.. I'-5 F "Q ' ' ' .fi 1' ..,:w..f- Qi? il' ' 54 1 q,le?Xf,Qg2.g' .. , V u" "mf qi HI, ggi gf. " A-,l,'i'L""' ' Y I mm 'ff' ' ' SLQ1."'r. V ,- J.. .,gLw",:i, A' - F " -.f X' ' coNoRATULAT1oNs J ?: to The Baird Realty Company GRADUATES l80 Temple Street 6. Robfizglesllegiheurrlilapg'-bolggsrybody Fredonia, New York Congratulations Graduates! And many good wishes too, Thar life will contain the happiness Your school days have brought to you. Macklem Pharmacy Fredonia. New York The Only Place in Town that Has One-Day Dry Cleaning Service Fredonia Cleaners 43 East Main Street Suits Made-to-Measure Phone 215-J Compliments of GOOD SEED CO. Incorporated FREDONIA. N. Y. Michael Gerres PRINTING TAXI SERVICE Clarinet and Saxophone Reeds 24 Norton Place Fredonia. N. Y. 5. Helen Edmunds--"Don't give up Phone 564 the ship." Congratulations Compliments to 1941 Graduates of Parkside Restaurant Russo Building FREDONIA, N. Y. Sixty-eight SIDEYS Central Avenue Dunkirk. New York ' " ' x'-LV!" ': fr' ima a4,gg.,,,'f ' " ' S " -'C-sfo-4-I,a,o-rvc-r"ao:-rq,,4,,,, ,ivvefni C'-'V'-dl 3. a60,f,.?2Q,L-. C4'waT6K1 A1 ' J 7,-14 aa-fn. ww?-.fTO E CLASS of '41 f Q44 ww-43, 6fA,,,:4aJ1,,AQ,, Us 794 BECK'S NEWSTAND ' 5,16 :'7!'2ffc, J mv? CAJ- 502'.,.,,...J.Q We Salute . . . THE 1941 CLASS of PREDONIA HIGH SCHOOL gHH21'EhEIIIt' Qgihisinn nf the 231111161-k Clllgumher uf Glnmmerfg Qi S I 7 I V L Congratulations C0ngf3fU13fi0nSi to the Graduates To the Class of 1941 Catherine Canty Shop Accessories Underwear - Gifts -- Negligees Fredonia. N. Y. Helene Beauty Shoppe 8 West Main Street Fredonia, N. Y. 8. Charles Joy . . . A moon's all that's necessary, twhat about the gas?l. Compliments l of Compliments Fredonia Builders of SUPIZIY CO- D. A. V. Service Station Builders of Homes of Character l'56 Newton Street-Fredonia. N. Y, 169 East Main Street FREDONIA. N. Y. William E. Stock Printing 46 West Main Street Fredonia. N. Y. Complete Building and Fuel Service H. F. Salhoff Lumber Y5 Coal Co. Fredonia, New York Phone 324 Compliments of Dunkirk Y5 Fredonia Telephone Co. 7. Hubbard Huntley . . . If you knew suzy like I know suzy . . . phone. Schoenthal Sales 25 Service Dealer for FORD. MERCURY and LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS We Service Your Car Complete Seventy I, 3, - " 'P' I G. C. Murphy Co. 5-10 Cent Store With Selected Merchandise up to 51.00 I0 NVcst Main Street Fredonia. N. Y. Compliments of fbenglmi Service Chevrolet lI5 East Main Stree' Fredonia. N. Y. Compliments of Compliments L. M. HARRIS I-Iogan's Kendall Service Qf"X9 9. Bill Larson . . . Is there one joke he doesn't know? 176 East Main Street Fredonia. N. Y. Rusch's Restaurant "NOT THE LARGEST BUT THE FINEST PLACE TO EAT IN DUNKIRKH OPEN DAY AND NIGHT CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES We have a style for you! We assure you an indi- vidual coiffure to make you look perfect for the on coming summer events. Joy Beauty Salon I5 Water Street 296 Lake Shore Drive VV. Ph. 2253 Phone 388'W Famous for CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES Almond Crunch from Jane Potter Candies 36 East Main Street F COLONIAL INN FREDONIA, N. Y. Wdmlla- N' Y- 10. Marion Lawson . . . Solomon was absent-minded too. Seventy one Compliments of FREDONIA SEED CO. ITRIZDONIA, N. Y. ll. Sal l1Ll Ol Leone . . . Is this the Way he not the inspiration for "Dust On My Heart?" Congratulations Seniors! DEFOREST STRAIGHT lVIen's Clothing and Furnishings 16 XVcst Main Street ITREDONIA, N. Y. Iilowers for Every Occasion JOI-IN GUGINO Florist VRIEDONIA, N, Y. Phone 495-.I 24 Hour Wrecking Service GENERAL REPAIRING KIIYSTONE GAS IZMBLEM Oll, Stokes Service Station Vlnler U Liberty Streets IIRIQDONIA. N. Y. . Q f-oxsmzizs Shirts .3100-31.35-51.65 BOTANY XVOOI. TIES 5 f Always .1 choice S I 352-E'IJ":F" CARNAHAN-SI-IEARER K X ,.l.. . qiwzf on ien's.uis . i 5 ,, :, . FLOWERS Q t .....fi:..22 C . l ' Q5 OUR Sl'I2ClAl.TY Sahle Brothers, Florists 07-l0l Newton Street Phone 550 RIFGAI. AIRE TIES 18 W. MAIN STREET FRIEDONIA. N. Y. mc C1.e LLAI1 BAND AND ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS 1-fl A-f 'fi QUA rrv L muflc HOUJG O' SJWZREME Samir 5- , ,U me PA n I s tri- ti 3 4331: 'V IAND instuuulnn lub 'NSTIUMINTS .' r-A . if ui: 'I' - -5 fn : l gl F X 'E Penzel-Mueller Q " C LARINETS o':f,',,'ff ' '55 -132 MAIN srnssv' ,,l,'iL:,f BUFFALO. D. Y Seventy - Iwo COMPLIMENTS of Brown '55 Gugino Lumber Co. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS Lumber and Building Supplies 65-67 Orchard Street Phone 502 FREDONIA. N. Y. Compliments of HOTEL FREDONIA Marian A. Stokes Fredonia. N. Y. CREAM TOP DAIRY PRODUCTS N. S. BRIGGS 25 SONS, Inc. Compliments of - POMFRET C. '25 E. 202 East Main Street Fredonia. N. Y. DUNKIRK. N. Y. Phone 496 ff? Phone lm 5 D litiiiei 1hBeE:xl3ae' md ff ,L9J,,fwaf Zfmfwv, X JT A , - ,ff h'E9..flJ"'C. -X. '-.-f'Tu1d-f , jf! If , - TO -- , xZT7i4..,L,6, f ' . ki Ta C-,,7'yvu,-Z. . ' X ff 1941 . I Wm 1,fi,fi-fe AV 4.2511 F DONIA NEW YORK W - W N 'COMPANY emi? Y T we Congratulations to the FACULTY and CLASS of '41 The Sessions Agency Incorporated FREDONIA. N. Y. COMPLIMENTS of K. P. RYNALSKI Successor to T. S. HUBBARD CO. Fredonia, N. Y. . 1 Compliments Congratulations Of 'O Weiss Hardware Stores CLASS OF 1 941 Cllillll AVI- DUlllBl. IM- DUNKIRK - FORESTVILLE 14. Irene McQuiggan . . . She's stuck to her work lPaste - get it?y .I. Compliments Compliments Compliments of of of Bentley 95 Renckens SMITHS D' JSDLLS GIFT ewe er Phone 21 l-W' DUNKIRK. N' Y- Russo Building Phone 2034 Russo Building Fredonia. N. Y. V AN BUREN BAY Sanderson's Garage INN Sales - Service - REMEMBER - "The Inn" is the "Right Place" For Young People . . . - Featuring Your Alumnus - "Steve" Mammana and His Orchestra WE SERVE DELICIOUS MEALS AT PRICES FOR ALL CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH PACKARD Fredonia Dunkirk Phone 392 Phone 2100 We Treat You Q The Year O Seventy-four i " 5 QMZEQQCLQ wma fffQ,ff5 'gtzwxi ' J L " fl- u.,Qq.!xA..Nkf0 ' 'x ,fwvg owdviaa gt-eiw 3,f,f.LQ,1,,X. ' 'Y A 1- 5. xg -- T' A f W M g , If FREDONIA PRODUCTS CO., Inc. FREDONIA, N. Y. c11Hl11.1 Producers of New York State WINES I8 L wrence Williams . . . He's got a load on his mind, .59 STEELS OF TODAY AND TOMORROW ALLEGHENY LUDLUM STEEL CORPORATION GENERAL SALES OFFICES PITTSBURGH, PA. WORKS BRACKENRIDGE, PA. DUNKIRK, N. Y, WEST LEECHBURG. PA. WATERVLIET. N. Y. Seventy f v 19 A Compliments of 1 THE e- COLOR-WHEEL "Key to Harmonious Colors" 44 West Main Street Fredonia. N. Y. DUDLEY ESSO STATION DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES - SERVICE Foster Nursery Co. 34111 Summer Term begins July 14 34th Fall Term begins Sept, 22 CHOWN SCHOOL Incorporated of BUSINESS Registered by the Regents ' 'T1l' 530 positions filled last year by Our FREDONIA- NA Y. V free Elnployment Department! Sidway Building 775 Main Struct 13. James Mcllvain . . . "Wher 's ll - the game? Not an animal in esiglin BUFFALO- N' Y' lOh, Yeah?J CATALOGUE ON REQUEST Compliments of FRED KOCH BRE ERY 12. Gladys Lowell . . . the only dif- ference between her and Sonja Henle is that Sonja can skate. Sum-nfy-six DUNKIRK, N. Y. ' -Trl...-KY . -- - ,,,, 3-" QW WIEHEE SENIUHSJD L "Someone XVz1nts Your Photograph" ,ifx - N-Ju 1 ' f- , x! ' W I f' J 'Y' bf 1 f ' f 4 . s.-ff! ,1,,-4,' L f If J Y' Make an Appointment X V DLA-1 Q mmm Cao MM 35 W. MAIN STREET FREDoN1A, N, Y. D Farx'-"Queen of tl k 4 1 ' 54' A ,,ApfLfL Seventy -r- T21 fr - so 9 BLOOD AND LARSON CONGRATULATIONS CLASS of '41 lh D ld T l . . "Alibi Ik I , ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ENGRAVING . . Queen City Photo Engraving Company PRINTING . .... The Fredonia Censor PHOTOGRAPHY McLaren and McLaren BINDING . Rochester Book Bindery Seventy-eight O PATRONS53' ALFRED E. WILLSEY CHARLES L. M. ROTUNDA T. R. GANGI H. O. BLODGETT E5 SON W. P. HALL H. J. RUNKEL ROBERT BARKELL WILLIAM SCHULER RALPH L. DAMON RUSSELL J. DI MAGGIO FRANK A. OGNIBENE MRS. CHARLES ZEISER D. J. PRATT W. N. CLARK CATHERINE CANTY J. TEDEROUS CO. MISS J OSEPHINE OGNIBENE H. B. DOUGLAS LOUIS A. GUARINO DR. JOSEPH SPOTO MISS CORA POLLINA SAMUEL DRAYO MRS. P. T. ALBANO DR. JOHN R. JOY JACK PRIVATEER THERESA A. CASTILONE ANTHONY C. BATTAGLIA A. C. PRIVATEER LOUIS M. HARTMAN P. H. GOGGIN J. C. PETZ STEPHEN E. MEAD JOHN GUZZETTA DRAVES STATIONER A. T. CARTER, M. D. Q WYLWL f ' Seventy 'F S.- . 4 DUST ON MY HEART As I was gazing above And longed for someone to love, My thoughts brought mem'ries of you. And dust on my heart. Your love made heaven be mine. The joy of moments divine, But now it's loneliness, blue. And dust on my heart. It's been a year since we parted, One year of regret, You left me then, brokenhearted, How can I forget? And then as if in a dream, I saw you standing alone, I reached for you: you were real, Gone was the dust on my heart. -Words and Music by Samuel Leone Eighty Mi. ma- , , Jw.,,,I',A W 'B .D . . K T in e 01' bs'-Q.,-, ,Q "pg", ,fykm-if N. .vu Ig. ,A A If ,',f..,un.f,f,i3 Nj? -"W" :AM N' f . 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