Frewsburg Central School - Senior Leaves Yearbook (Frewsburg, NY)

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HHIIHIIII The Senior Leaves 1936 ANNUAL Frewsburg High SChool Frewsburg, New York tn? J. LELAND ANDERSON Principal Allegheny College, B. S. Degree Chautauqua Summer School University of Buffalo Seven years service. It is with great pleasure that we, the Class of nineteen hundred and thirty-six, dedicate this, our year-book to our prin- cipal, J. Leland Anderson, to show our appreciation of his guidance and friend- ship throughout the years we have spent at Frewsburg High School. FACULTY BOARD OF EDUCATION President ................................................ Leonard Kleber Clerk ...................................................... Edward Blasdell Ernest Danielson Herbert Warn Murray Johnson C. A. Onink Treasurer ................................................ Lawrence Warn District Superintendent ........................................................................... J. William Anderson 1. 2. 3. 4. Francis Bratt Plattsburgr State Normal Commercial subjects 5 years Charles Austin Fredonia State Normal Music, Chorus Orchestra 1 year Lucy G. Boss State Normal School, Frcdonia Fourth grade. 2 years Carol J. Cederquist Albany State College for Teachers A.B. Degree Cornell University Math and Latin 3 years 5. 6 7. 8. Ida L. Wane Fredonia State Normal 13.8. in Education, Albany State College for Teachers Junior High History and Science 8 years Marlan Derby Taylor University, A.B. Degree Junior High Mathematics and Physical Trainings; 1V2 years George J. Vetter Bucknell University, A.B. Degree Social Science, Boys, Basketball, Baseball Physical Education 2 years Mary H. Frew University of California University of Michigan, A.B. Degree Chautauqua Summer School McGill University, Montreal French 4 years SENIOR LEAVES 9. Charlotte Moon Western University, A.B. Degree Junior High Mathematics and Physical Trainimr V3 year 10. Margaret C. Haberer Elmira College, A.B. Degree Geneseo State Normal Library Certificatelq, English 7, 8, I, III, IV, Library, Basket- ' ' ball 1 year 13. 11. Joseph Clayton State Normal School, Fredonia State Teachers, College, Buffalo Sixth grade 3 years Evelyn M. Brown State Normal School, Fredonia First grade 1 year Marguerite Atkins Fredonia State Normal Third grade 1 year Doris Fairbanks Fredonia State Normal Second Grade 4 years Mary M. Swoap Alfred Training School Buffalo State Teachers' College Fredonia Normal School Fifth grade 3 years FOR 193 THE STAFF Editor-in-chief ......................................................................................................... Phyllis Anderson Associate Editor ........................................................................................................... Phillip Gibbs Business Manager ............................................................................................ J. Robert Johnson Advertising Manager ................................................................................................... Robert Warn Feature Editors ................................. Doris Fenton, Margaret Hanson, Lois Morton Sports Editor ........ ....Anna May Swanson Circulation Manager ................................................................................................... Joyce Wigren Typist ....................................................................................................................... Marjorie Wakeman Assistants ..................... Lester Martin, Allene Walker, George Guild, Alvin Spetz SENIOR LEAVES SENIORS J. ROBERT JOHNSON President It takes the best to :10 the highest. That's how Bob got to be our Class President. He personifies fair play in the field, friendliness in the halls, and industry in all. AcademiCeTrack i1, 2, 3i: Torch Club Hi; Hi-Y i2, 3, 4i; French Club iZi: Bas- ketball i3. 4i; Baseball i3. 4i: Business Manager; iiThe Dutch Detective": "The Scare- crow Creeps"; President MJ LOIS M. MORTON Vice President Talkative? Yes. Jolly? Yes. Likable? Yes. iiMorty" has dramatic ability, too, but she displays it only in operettas where we are rather inclined to think more of her sweet voice. Also, she's a dandy basketball player ehow's that for all iround goodness? AcademiCeBasketball i2, 3, 4i; Chorus i2, 3, 4i; "Oh Doctor"; uTune In"; uAsk the Professor": Secretary i3i: Vice Presi- dent 0U. MARGARET E. HANSON Secretary Margaret is one of those few girls who know when to be quiet and she seems to think it wise to be so most of the time. In addition to this good sense which is uncomr mon and yet is very good common sense. we see a little sprinkling of nonsense-just enough. Her modest, reserved manner, her friendship, and her trustworthiness are all wevcould ask. V BusinesseBaind i3i : Orchestra i1, 2. 3i: Treasurer i3i; Assistant feature editor: Sec- retary ML PHILLIP G. GIBBS Treasurer After school, Phillip is free to choose his own activities. In the classroom, he is doomed to listen attentively to those around him. It seems it's just his fate, but does he mind it? No. "Phil" gets fun out of everything. AcademiCeBaseball i3, 4i; Torch Club U, 2i; Hi-Y i3, 4i; Assistant Editor-in- chief: "The Scarecrow Creeps"; "The Strange Request": Track i3i: Treasurer ML ESTHER G. ANDERSON Esther is a bundle of regular vivacious- ness. Pep and looks combined with a cheer- ful disposition make her a friend of all; Esther practiced jumping when she was cheerleader; now she keeps everyone else "on the jump." AcademiCeChorus t3, AH; Cheerleader ND; "The Scarecrow Creeps": "The Strange Bequest"; "Tune In"; "Ask the Professor": Manager Candy Sales. PHYLLIS G. ANDERSON PhylliSeThe girl with the high average. She is both the delight of the teachers and the despair of the pupils. We all appreciate the girl who. instead of always telling you what should be done, goes ahead and does it. AcademiCeChorus t1, 2, M; "The Scare- crow Creeps": ttGypsy Rover": "Oh. Doctor": HAsk the Professor": Editor-in-chief: Vale- dictorian: Scholarship Club. DELLA M. ATKINS Della is well-liked by her classmates, probably because she is never known to be cross or unfriendly. When the word "has- ketball" is mentioned, we cantt help thinking of Della. Academic, Business-Chorus t2. 3. 4M Basketball M, 2, 3, 4M nOh. Doctor": "Tune In": ttAsk the Professor"; Vice President tZL BERNICE H. BENSON Bernice is jolly, friendly, and agreeable. Youtll find her ready for either hard work or pleasure. Her faithfulness goes far in mak- ing: an organization strong, both in school and life. Also she's a true friend. AcademiCeBaskethall t3, 4M Treasurer Qt ; Cheerleader tZM Manager of Girls' Bas- ketball 00. HAROLD E. CARLSON Often silent people are much more inter- esting than talkative 0nes-thaVs Harold. His outstanding characteristic is indepen- dence. Those who are better acquainted with him find him an all-around good fellow. Har- old is a staunch supporter of our basket- ball and track teams. Academic-e-Basketball t3. 4M Track f2, 3M Band t2, 3. M: Chorus t3. 1U; nThe Strange Bequest"; "Tune In": ttAsk the Pro- fessor": Hi-Y U, 2, 3, 4L SENIOR LEAVES DORIS P. FENTON Doris is the girl with the famous giggle. Besides this there are many more things she does well; She's friendly, cheerful, and wise in the ways of having a good time. At that she always does her trig! AcademiCeChorus UH; President MM Feature editor; Senior representative to Stu- dent Council; French Club QM Scholarship Club 00: Honor Student; "The Scarecrow Creeps"; HThe Strange Bequest": hAsk the Professor". HAROLD J. GRUNDSTROM Hzn'uld possesses :1.friendly and quiet atti- tude. This makes him liked by both boys and girls, He will work hard at anything: he undertakes to do and what's more we know hehll get it done. Academic-Ch0rus U43, 4M nThe Scare- croy' Creeps"; HTune In": HAsk the Profes- sor'. GEORGE S. GUILD George never makes too much noise. Loni: since has he discovered that silence is golden and that one can be progressive without being aggressively noisy. Youhll find him always calm, sincere, and modest. AcademiCeTorch Club U. 2, 3h Hi-Y MM Band Q, 3, 4M Orchestra 9, 3, 4M Assistant Advertising Manager: "The Strange Bequest": Honor Student. PAULINE E. GUILD Shehs always on her way! One minute she is here: the next she isn't. To be without some errand to run or some place to go would make Pauline feel 10st. Yet no one has a bigger or better heart than hers. AcademiCeScholarship Club M h . JEANNETTE F. JOHNSON Maybe you think she's always quiet and dignified; but wait till you get her after school, and hear her laugh and enjoy life. Sometimes we wonder what she sees that we dorft when she looks off into spaceecan she see 'way to Cleveland? AcademiCeHThe Strange Bequest." FOR1936 ROBERT B. JOHNSON Youlve seen him, the boy with wavy auburn hair. Never a care or worry but to laugh, smile, and crack jokes. His hobby seems to be playing the drums and he can do it. AcademiCeChorus i3l: Band i2, 3i; Torch Club U, 2, 3i; Hi-Y UH. FRANK B. MARSH The cowboy of the Senior Class. The word "studyli almost missed being.r in Frank's. dictionary. but his ambition is to go west; His sleeping head is a great inspiration to the teachers, we're sure of that! AcademiCeOrchestra Ml: Chorus Ml. LESTER I. MARTIN 1f good nature is the stem on which suc- cess grows, then "Less" ought to he very successful, Look at his activity list, and then ask to see his basketball and baseball letters. Draw your own conclusions as to his athletic ability. AcademiCeBasketball U. 2, 3. 4M Base- ball i2. 3, 4M Torch Club ill: Hi-Y i2, 3. AH; "Tune In"; Assistant Business Manager. KENNETH L. MOORE Few people know of the many good deeds this fellow has done in and around school. We know that he likes to read, so he must know a lot. We know that he really wants to be a helper and a worker; therefore he must be a fellow of thelhighest order, AcademiCeManager Candy Sales. ALVIN B. SPETZ Alviri is a fellow whom most people would brand as another question mark. When school is out, Alvin is hard to find. His one great hobby is to get out into the great open spaces. If Alvin doesnlt worry in later life any more than he does in school, he will live to be quite old. BusineSSeBasketball i3, 4i: Chorus i3, Ill: Staff; Hi-Y t3, 4i; Baseball t3, 4H "The Scarecrow Creeps": uTune In." SENIOR LEAVES ANNA M. SWANSON See that girl with the dimples? That's Anna May. No one can mistake her sunny smile and disposition She is a nwhizH at basketball. Her liking for sports makes her a better sport! AcademiciBasketball t2, 3, 4i; Chorus t3, 4i; Secretary tll; Athletic Editor; HThe Scarecrow Creepsll: "The Strange Bequest": MI'une In"; HAsk the Professor." MARJORIE E. WAKEMAN Jollity personified! When she smiles, she spells joy from her head to her toes. If you want work done, Marjorie can do ' We usually find her in the typing room. BusinesshilThe Strange Bequestl; Typist. ALLENE M. WALKER Allene is a real sport at all times. She shows pep and vigor in everything: she doesl There's something: very likable in Allene, and to know her well is to like her better. Business--Basketball t2, 3, 4i: Chorus i3l. L. ROBERT WARN Here he comes! uBob" is very popular in our school because of his whole-hearted, enthusiastic support of all school activities. and he's popular with the teachers because of his ready interest and thorough applica- tion. i AcademiciOrchestra t1, 2, 3, All; Band t2, 3, M ; President of Student Council: Man- ager of Boys' Basketball Ml: Salutatorian; Torch Club t1, 2. 3l; Hi-Y UH; President t2l; Vice President t3l: "The Scarecrow Creeps": HThe Strange Bequest"; Baseball l3l: Advertising: Manager. JOYCE E. WIGREN Joyce, the one from our number with a pleasing speaking voice. Anyone as jolly and as cheerful as Joyce will certainly be a great success. She keeps one laughing: until she pulls off her high history marksithen it's tragic. AcademiciChorus t1, 2, 3, 4i; "Gypsy Rover"; u0h, Doctor"; "Tune In"; tiAsk the Professor"; "The Scarecrow Creeps": "The Strange Bequest": Scholarship Club; Circula- tion Manager. FOR1936 ANNOUNCING ON BEHALF OF THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1936 THE HONOR ROLL Phyllis C. Anderson .................. 93.30 L. Robert Warn .............................. 88.96 George Guild .................................... 88.78 Doris Fentonwr ................................ 88.32 THE COLORS Blue and Silver THE MOTTO "He can who thinks he canf'l THE FLOWER Bachelorls Button The Historians ............................................................... Lois Morton and Margaret Hanson The Pro hets SSenioreGeorge Guild and Phillip Gibbs p 888888888888888888 ZJunioreAnna May Swanson and Esther Anderson The Poets. ............................................................................. Joyce Wigren and Doris Fenton The Testators ........................................................................ Pauline Guild and Della Atkins A THOUGHT OR TWO IFS been four years, so the Calendars say, Since we were freshmen here; Wefve had lots of work; a little of play, And all of it we hold dear. Welve labored at Latin, and science and math. Welve triumphed in music and arts. Through history and English we'lve chiseled a path And chorus is dear to our hearts, We7ve acted as villains, in many a play Welve been spooky, and funny and fat; Welve been designing mamas and heroines gay And been shot at the drop of a hat. Weave done everything they7ve asked us to do Welve tried all our studies to master: Teachers argued, and pleaded, and brought into view The switch, that we might work the faster. So really, dear folks, when you view us tonight, It isngt our work that you see; We hate to leave school, but we want to do right; We are just what they made us to be. -The Class Poet SENIOR LEAVES THE CLASS SONG wTune: Auld Lang Syn65 Should our acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind Should our acquaintance be forgot, By the classes left behind. As truest friends we meet tonight Our class strifes now are 07er VX7611 ne7er forget the Juniors, Nor the class of Sophomores. Here we have met, here we may part, Here we have played our tricks, In after years with kindness turn T0 the class of 736. Let not acquaintance be forgot, Our school days now are oher; We hope to meet you all again Where parlings are no more. So now we bid you all good-bye. The partinghs hard we know; But memorfll bring us back again To the past four years or so. FarewelleFarewell Old Frewsburg High We bid a fond adieu, To thee we,ll ever loyal be And faithful, kind and true. CHORUS: FarewelleFarewelleold Frewsburg High, Farewell again we say, Weall think of thee and long for thee, XVhen we are far away. eWritten by Robert Warn FOR 1036 COMMENCEMENT Pmcessional bgPriest Marchav bMendelssohny ........................ Miss Frances Brall Clarinet SolobbLa Jeune Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin77 bDebussyy Mr. Charles Austin Invocation ......................................................................................................... Rev. R. H. Eggleston Salutatory ........................................................................................................... . ................ Robert Warn Valedictory ............................................................................................................... Phyllis Anderson 5A Perfect Day" bBonaU ........................................................................................... Lois Morton Commencement Address .............................................................................. Rev, R. 0. Hudson Trumpet SolobbbScintilitzf7 bPerkinsy ................................................ bBuddy,a Hanson Awarding of Diplomas Leonard Kleber, President of Board of Education Scholarship Awardsb Vandenburg Chemistry Prize .......................................... Prin. J. L. Anderson Parent Teacher Association Prizes ............................... Mrs. Floyd Phillips bThe Stalj, bRogersy .......................................................................................... Margaret Hanson Bcnediction ............................................................................................................ Rev. M. A, Myers CLASS NlC-HT CcStony P0int7a bLuurendeauy .......................................................................................... Orchestra Class History ................................................ Lois Morton, assisted by Margaret Hanson Senior Prophecy ............................................. George Guild, assisted by Phillip Gibbs 4cBarcarolkW bOIfenbacM Girls7 Octelte Doris Fcnlon, Margaret Hanson, Lois Morton, Della Atkins, Esther Anderson, Phyllis Anderson, Joyce Wigren, Anna May Swanson Presidenfs Address ....................................................................................... J. Robert Johnson Junior Response .................................................................................................... Harold Johnson Class Poem ......................................................... Doris Fenton, assisted by Joyce Wigren chignonetteb bBaumanny ............................................................................................. Orchestra Junior Prophecy .............................. Anna M. Swanson, assisted by Esther Anderson Last Will and Testament ........................ Pauline Guild, assisted by Della Atkins 4bEmeraldw bSeredyy ......................................................................................................... Orchestra Awarding of Certificates of Perfect Attendance and Promotion into High School. uOur National HonorW Uiroolcsy ................................................................................. Orchestra SENIOR LEAVES DID YOU EVER SEE PAULINE GUILD pay attention in class? 4tKENNYh MOORE without a box of candy? ttBLISSh JOHNSON without Rice cultivation 011 the brain? ESTHER ANDERSON without a kink in her hair? BOB WARN when he wasnvt cutting a caper? MARJORIE WAKEMAN when she didnit know where Elmer was? JOYCE WIGREN refuse to argue with Mr. Vetter? GEORGE GUILD speak to a girl without blushing? BOB JOHNSON when he didnit appeal to the fairer members of our class? JEANNETTE JOHNSON not well dressed? MARGARET HANSON cause a disturbance? PHYLLIS ANDERSON as the poorest student in class? HAROLD GRUNDSTROM without a c4cud" of gum in his mouth? FRANK MARSH when he wasnat dreaming of cowboys? BERNICE BENSON in a hurry? HAROLD CARLSON walk with mincing steps? DELLA ATKINS preferring an Irishman to a :45wede77? ANNA MAY SWANSON without a dimple? LOIS MORTON with a boy Jess than siX-foot six? LESTER MARTIN when he wasngt involved in the eternal triangle? ttPHIU, GIBBS act like one of the students? WTONYh SPETZ answer a question promptly and correctly? ALLENE WALKER type without an erasure? DORIS FENTON without one of those giggles? eDOUBTINC THOMAS FOR1936 CLASS CALENDAR September Most of class entered High School as Llsmshicsf7 Adx'isorewMiss Francis Bratt. Officers!President, Linwood Matthews; Vice President, Robert Carlson; Sec- retary, Anna May Swanson; Treasurer, Lester Martin. September--We were a bit wiser to the ways of high school life and life in general. AdvisoreMiss Carol Cederquist. OHilcersiw-President, Robert Warn; Vice President, Della Atkins; Secretary7 Edythe Davidson; Treasurer, Bernice Benson. September-Ah! Juniors at last with our big aim to be better Seniors. AdvisoreMiss Mary Frew. Ochers---President, Doris Fenton; Vice President, Robert Warn; Secretary, Lois Morton; Treasurer, Margaret Hanson. May BeJunior play, LcThe Scarecrow Creepsbeand how! June 7--Juni0rs gave banquet for Seniors at the Farm77en0 overalls present. 735 September-School opened on September 3 and we were dignified Seniors-in name. September 4eW0rk on larger scaleWteachers hastily judged by aSSignments. Advisors-e 1W0 I'leeded two now! Mr. J. Leland Anderson and Miss Carol Coder- qmst. OHiccrsePresident, J. Robert Johnson; Vice President, Lois Morton; Secretary, Margaret Hanson; Treasurer, Phi11ip Gibbs. October 1-With a bang-magazine contest stood 11-11 n0 one1s favor. 4eASeni0rs ahead now in magazine contestrpoor Juniors. SeCOntest closed 96-93 our favoreYippee! 11:-Glori0us day no schools. The teachers got a taste of School! 12eTry0uts for Senior Playe14 cases of mumps in 8th grade. 2f1-The Juniors gave the party which we merited by winning the con- testwtruly a nice party. November I-MVuc-dtion day again while teachers moot 21nd sludy-mm'c fun. 7-Quarter1ies beginerorc words would be supernuous. 12gQuarter1y marksA-windstorm 0f gasps of despair and sighs of relief. 22A-Tickets for Senior Play cameglike a flrst sign of Spring? Alas! 110 ehrst snowfall instead. 27-Student Association party where 41a good time was had by 311.,7 28-e-Thanksgiving DayeZ days vacation. December 6eThe Senior Class presents: ccThe Strange Bequest? directed by Miss Carol Cederquist. IBeSenior card party. Quite successful, so it was. 17-Wreaths came and we peddled them;an industrious class are we. 20;Last day of school this yeareChristmas party and a gay time. 736 January GWBack to school againwexridently Santa was good to everyone. SreThe Annual made a real starteat least we have a printer. 20 Mid-semester exams begin with high hopes and long faces. February BiThe Student Association sleigh ride and a secret Senior m0thers1 meeting. SENIOR LEAVES 7WSeniors made popcorn for the basketball game. Real fun for the Janltor. t1 'l-g-The Juniors invited the Seniors to help with a Valentine party. It was 4theartilyja enjoyed. ZleThe Senior parents gave a perfectly t4splendifer0usn WQIShington party for us. March 12-The Junior Class playeat what? Oh, we are so sorry. 14?The Globe Studio got their first look at our Seniors as they focused the camera on us. 19eCIass rooms dressed unfamiliarlyeP. T. A. Project Night! 27eThe Mixed Chorus presents ttAsk the Professor? Shall we? April 2-3AeThird quarter testsveno comments needed. SWBBSketball roller-skating party when everyone was on the same status. 9-When the last comes firstEthe last day before a 10-days7 vacation. 27eThe day everyone was happyethe Chorus in Fredonia, the rest back at school without them. May 1eThe Band went to Fredoniaenot many Seniors affected. SeThe last picture for the annual was takenewhat a relief. 6-The day that comes once in 4 years of high sch001$5eni0r Kid Day! June ISeThe beginning of the fateful week. Seniors? or beyond? ZleThe Baccalaureate Service 22wClass Night. 23eCommencement Night 24eAlumni Banquet. Kl DtS DAY Kidas Day-May 0, 19301 LDigniHed,a Seniors running up and down halls in short skirts or knee trousers. Straw hats, overalls, childish hair-ribbons and suckers Were much in display. Robert Warn and J. Robert Johnson, our dignifled President, .made excellent little boys, not only in dress but in actions. Lois Morton7 as a pig- tailed short dressed, candy eating Ltkidt, was acclaimed as the best of the Senior girls. All the seniors were excused from school early and made the rounds of the stores receiving a treat at each place. Several pictures were taken of individuals and of the group as a whole. tMany of them are in the year book on feature pagesJ FOR 1936 PERSONALiTY PAGE Nickname Presenl Occupation Expects To Be Esther Anderson ............ :cSmiley .................. Cheer leading ..................... Nurse Phyllis Anderson ...V...r.fTelix,7 .................... Keeping busy School Marm Della Atkins ........................ MCurly Top,7 ........ Meeting Faulky ............ .Riding in a Chevie Bernice Benson ................. ; 13001? ..................... Being nice ............................ Chemistry teacher Harold Carlson ................ 3Kulsorf, .................. Sticking pins W,.....VWV.V.WAviator Doris Fenton ................... .44Denisea, ................. Ciggling ................................. A lady George Guild ..................... ;;G. C.77 .................... Trig. shark .......................... Engineer Phillip Gibbs Pauline Guild Harold Grundstrom ,,,,, 4ThunF, A dPhiV ........................ Stooging ................................ Poultryman VPeg77 "H...NJoke telling ........................... Humorist Margaret Hanson ........... Jeannette Johnson ........ gjean,7 ........................ IthWL B. Johnson ........ ..Handyman .................... Quiet Everybodyvs friend ...... Slittked up ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Jolley Still quiet Nurse, maybe On Pea r1 SI rml J. Robert Johnson VVVVVVVVV 4 Boba ....All around sport ............ Physical instruclor Frank Marsh .................... L'Stranger" 9Les$ ................. ,..,,With Winnie 7 ....................... A bus driver Kenneth Moore .................. "Kent? ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Going fishing . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Catching something Lois Morton WVIort" Alvin Spetz ........................... nTonyy, ..................... Hitchhiking ...................... On time Western stories VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Walking slower Lester Martin WVFull of mischief .............. Opera Star Anna May Swanson 44Dimples77 Farming ................................ Shorter Robert Warn . Marjorie Wakcman ......... cLMargie" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Spreading cheer ............. Private secretary Allene Walker . ............... 2 Walkerw Typing Typist Impersonating WebsterSomething big hJimmy" V..............'ll!asing Lois V Bank prcsidvnl Joyce Wigren .................... HJ053 SENIOR LEAVES CLASSES POST GRADUATES There were five members in our postgraduate class this year: hxalph Miller, Marvin Frew, Theodore Wilzen, and Maynard Atkins 0f the class of 35, and Virginia Olson 0f Sinclairville, Class of 735. Theodore and May- nard took commercial courses and trigonometry, and Virginia 21 commercial course with French 111. Marvin attended school until April, during which he took typewriting, Chemistry and Economic Citizenship. The boys took active parts in basketball, Marvin winning a letter; and Virginia was awarded a letter for cheerleading. Ralph Miller was forced to leave us when his family moved to Sinclairville. FOR1,936 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ............................................................ Harold Johnson Vice PresidenL. ............... Leo Bennett Treasurer ...................................................... Linwood Matthews Secretary ............................................................... Lillian Hanson Yearbook Representative ........................ Lillian Hanson Student Council Representative ............... Leo Bennett Advisor Miss Bratt Colors Rred and Black M0tt0 Carpe Diem Class Flower Red Rose CLASS ROLL Harriet E. Adams Howard Culver Jack Kerrin George, W. Waid Leo Bennett Harry L. Davis Ann E. Lundgren Cecil Waite Alice Benson Lillian R. Hanson Linwood Matthews Carl Weber Marie Bjork Harold J. Johnson Ruth 1. Springer Kermit White SENIOR LEAVES JUNIOR CLASS llSay, fellows, the editors of the yearbook have asked us to give them a resumee . . . resumay . . . well, a summary of our Junior year. That ought to be easy but of course we may run out of adjectives describing the activities of such an up and coming class. Bless me they,ve given us only a page and how we can ever do justice on one page I donlt know, Well, here goes. Letvs see, weall want to tell about rustling around and electing as ftne a set of ofhcers as youvll hnd: Harold Johnson for President; Leo Bennett7 our iron man for Vice President; Linwood Matthews for Treas- urer; and Lillian Hanson as secretary to record our phenomenal progress. Smart thing we did when we elected Leo Bennett to represent us on the student council, too. They,ll want to know that our yearbook representative is Lil- lian Hanson. Everybody knows what a successful thing we made of the magazine con- test this year but they probably donlt know that we made $46 out of it. Mustnat forget to tell about our magazine contest party either. Remember Mr. Anderson leading the Grand March and Frew and Gibbs winning the Treasure Hunt? . . . just a couple of Kidds. Well, I swam7 going over these records here it looks as though weave had our fingers in every pie. Yes sir, we,Ve helped with Student Association parties and weave had a Valentine Party of our own. And then there was the time we took advantage of the fine winter weather tand the horsesl and went for a Student Association Sleigh- ride Which turned out to be the best five mile walk we ever had. In all things we have modestly given the credit to the other classes but when the Junior play uBashful Mr. Bobbsf7 came along and made us a profit of $55 and proved very entertaining besides tat least everybody said so, and confidentially we thought so tool we just had to admit that ours had been the brains and power behind all the other good things that have been done here since we were Freshmen. Say, now that sounds right nice if I do say it myself. What else shall I say, fellows? Now that I7ve scratched the surface 17m sort of getting into the spirit of the thing. I could tell them how brilliant we are individually. N0, Illl just tell them weare colossal, superb, magnificent twords fail me and modesty doesn7t permitl . . . in other words welre goodlll VGADABOUT FOR1936 SOPHOMORE CLASS Gladys Akin Lyndle Johnson Genevieve Anderson Ralph Johnson Ruth Blasdell Sigma Johnson Beulah Bjork :k Marjorie Larson Lyle Carlson Lucy Long Norman Carlson ::1 Barbara Malmquist Virginia Carlson Albert Mattson Colburn Dale William Reardon :5: Norman Davis Jane Rice Loye Donelson Eugene Rockwood $ Dorothy Dye ,5: Helen Sheldon Fredda Eldredge :k Dorothy Sisson V Betty Fenton Walter Stanton Phyllis Fox 3k Alice Swanson DorO-thy Fuller Lucille Taft ti: Mary Guild V Lillian 'Watkins :k Viola Donelson a': Ruth Weber 3: Honor Roll The class of 1938 of Frewsburg High School began its career in Jan- uary, 1934, under the capable leadership of its first faculty advisor, Miss Ida L. Waite. Jane Rice was elected President, assisted by Norman Davis as Vice 22 SENIOR LEAVES President, Carolyn Danielson as Secretary, and Wraiter Stanton as Treasurer. Class pins were purchased and blue and gold were chosen as class colors. At the first meeting in September of the year 1934-1935, under the able supervision of its second faculty advisor, Mr. George J. Vetter, election of oiiicers took place. The group was led by the President, Barbara Mahnquist, assisted by the Vice President, Eugene Rockwood, the Secretary, Ruth Weber, and the Treasurer, Albert Mattson. At the beginning the class numbered ap- proximately fifty members. It was decided to keep the same colors and the t'orget-me-not was chosen as the class Hower. During the year the number of members dwindled considerably. However, its loss in number was compen- sated by an increased activity. ' When school convened in September, 1935, the first routine business transacted was the election of officers. The class chose Betty Fenton as Presi- dent, Eugene Rockwood was re-eieeted Vice President, Lillian Watkins was chosen Secretary and Mary Guild, Treasurer. Miss Mary H. Frew is the faculty advisor at present. Due to her untiring efforts, the success of the Class was made possible. When the Student Association was organized, a member of the Sopho- more class, Marjorie Larson, was chosen by the group as secretary. Walter Stanton was chosen by the Class as Sophomore representative on the Student Council. In February the class gave a party in the High School Auditorium with the faculty as invited guests. Dancing and games were enjoyed. Refresh ments were served by a committee. The honor roll has had the names of many members of the class on it. Many of the members have found the time in addition to maintaining a good standing to engage in extra-eurricular activities. The majority of these peo- ple belong to the music organizatiOHSethe chorus7 orchestra, and band. Those inclined along athletic lines have become members of the girls, basketball, bays7 basketball, or baseball teams and have won recognition for their school in this manner. The class hopes to hold its present members to the end and to finish up with the distinction of being one Of the largest classes to he graduated from Frewshurg High School. FOR 1936 THIRD YEAR JUNIOR HIGH Everyone realizes that it is the spirit of co-operation that decides the fate of any organization. With this idea in mind, the Freshman Class prides itself on the fact that nearly the entire class is enlisted in one or more Of the extracurricular activities. Out of a possible 33, the Freshmen class has 23 members in the chorus, three members in the orchestra7 4 members in the hand, and several promising up and coming athletes. F. D. Roosevelt once said, c3A Nation,s future lies in its youth." If this is true, we feel that the future of F. H. S. is rested in hands that are worthy of carrying on the ideals and traditions for the oncoming years. Those active in the Band are Dorothy Stanley, Marjorie Wickmark, Herbert Elmore and Carl Wilzen; Orchestra, Shirley Van Dewark, Gerald Bennett and Carl Wilzen; Athletics, Raymond Birt, John Cameron, Cari Wilzen, Gordon Danielson, Robert Walker, John Nelson, George Rice, and John Koiodezak. ' Those active in the Chorus are, Clover Atkins, Mildred Atkins, Louise Blood, John Cameron, Gordon Danielson, Elsie Gustafson, Bessie Long, Carl Wilzen, John Nelson, Constance Moser, Margaret Moore, Delores Oberg, George Rice, Dorothy Stanley, John Koiodczak, Shirley Van Dewark, Doris Waite, Fordyce Walters, Elizabeth Wiltsie, Dorothy Suckow, Marjorie Wick- mark, Lester Eklund, and Herbert Elmore. 24 SENIOR LEAVES Due to the fact that the first two or three weeks were taken up by getting materials in readiness for the coming year, the Freshmen Class did not hold its first meeting until the latter part of September. As a result of this meeting we found that the Class placed the following into executive ttfhces: President Mildred Atkins Vice President ........................................................................ Delores Oberg Secretary ......... John Cameron Treasurer Gerald Bennett Representative to Council .......................................... Herbert Classon It was voted to have regular meetings every two weeks. Plans were then made for the first party to be held in the auditorium. For this affair Constance Maser acted in the capacity of the hostess. This was followed by the Valentine Party which was enjoyed by everyone from the beginning to the very end. Then with the coming of the snow 21 sleighride was enjoyed by the members of the class. The last event or party of the year was again held in the audi- toriurn with George Rice acting as the tiMatron 0f the Kitchen? Some people are still wondering just what became of the jellos and cookies that they brought. Of course, as is always true, all things must come to an end; however, as a closing thought the Freshmen class feel that this year has been enjoyable as well as profitable under the supervision of Mr. Vetter. FOR 1936 Second Year Junior High Year Junior SENIOR LEAVES SECOND YEAR JUNIOR HIGH The second year Junior High was organized under the leadership of Miss Ida Waite. At the beginning of the year Ralph Mecusker was elected president; Willis Hale, Vice President; Donald Blair, Secretary; and Dom- thy Moore, Treasurer. Before the next election Ralph Mecusker moved away and Donald Carlson was elected to fill the vacancy. The Class is capable of high scholastic achievements as can be readily seen by the number of honor students. It also is very well organized socially and has participated in many home room functions during the year consisting of games of Monopoly, Cootie, and Bunco, dancing parties, and holiday celebrations. Allen Anderson Willis Hale Emma Shures Francis L. Anderson Doris Johnson Elsie Sisson Francis T. Anderson Sherlock Jolley Carl Swanson Lynn Benson Doris Kenyon e5Emmy Lou Stanton Donald Blair Leonard Littlefield Gerald Taft Erland Butterfield Alverna Mainwaring 'x'Virginia Taylor Leward Bullock 'K'Ralph Mecusker Frances Thayer Marvin Bullock Dorothy Moore Alta Walrod Donald Carlson 'EJacqueline Myers Mary Wetmore Verland Danielson Clark Niles Wallace Wickmark Donald Davis Ralph Peters "utShirley Wigren 'X'Doris Eggleston Betty Peterson Shirley Weber Martin Fenton Courtney Phillips FIRST YEAR JUNIOR HlGH The members of the First Year Junior High are under the direction of Miss Moon. There are 31 pupils in the room many of whom have been lead- ing the honor roll. Nine of the members have been active in the band. Many social events have been held, including skating parties, dancing parties, and a farewell party for Miss Derby. Much should be expected of this active group in the future. Dorothy Danielson ........................................................................ President Paul Blasdell Secretary Howard Cameron tttttt 7 ....................................................................... Treasurer Cordon Anderson Roger Oberg Charles Derby Leon Atkins aEBetty Pike Lawrence Crundstrom Paul Blasdell Sterl Tuller 'K'Carol Harrington Eunice Blood 'x'Beatrice Westling 'xtBirdena La Roy Frederick Boswell Virginia Wright 'K'Allie Nelson Howard Cameron a'eRuth Classon Mary Nobbs isMarilyn Fairbanks Grace Colburn Russell Phillips Rudolph Hanson, Jr. Wesley Culver Roger Shures Virginia Johnson Frances Danforth 'x'Jean Waldo Helen Longr Dorothy Danielson Doris Wickmark 'X'Hazel Niver 'E Honor Roll Students FOR1936 Sixth Grade F ifth Gra de SENIOR LEAVES $XTH GRADE During the school year the sixth grade gave two assembly programs, a minstrel show and a dramatizal10n 0f Ruskinvs story NK1r1g 0f the Golden River? written by members of the class. The whole grade took some part 111 both of the programs. As a school night project the students made a large panorama, showing by a series of maps and pictures, the story of South America and the Old World. Because of the death 01 our grade pcet Rudyard Kipling, 111 January, the birthday greetings which we sent to him, could not be answered. +ECIa-Vton Akin meHomer Davis Betty Ann Sheldon ":ERobert Anderson Gertrude Dinsmore Lester Sheldon Margaret Arnold Edward Dye Beatrice Smedley '"Pearl Atkins Russell Hale Irene Taft Hoyt Birt Robert Haley June Taylor Madeline Bjork Bruce Johnson 'x'Grace Turney S$A11nold Bush 'x'Beverly Kerrin 'H'Allan Wigren James Cameron Marguerite Leone Charlotte Williams Alice Carlson Janice Maser Geraldine Wilson Helen Culver ":1" Has been 011 honor roll every month HFTH GRADE Fifth Grade, with its twenty-nine members, has enjoyed activities both industrial and social during the year Of 1935-36. 0111 Craft Club. organized during the months of November and Decembe1,spent many afternoons from 3: 30- 5: 00 with hammers, saws, and paims 111ak1110 different articles for Christmas presents. 1 1 Parties have been held observing Hallowe e11 Christmas and several birthdays. During the month of April we made a trio t0 the Phi! 11p 5 Sawmill where under the guidance of Mrs.F10yd Phillips and one Of the workmen we Observed the process of converting trees into lumber. 'x'Virginia Akin 'x'Maxine Lawson DeForest Bennett 15Patricia Annis Betty Meleen Junior Birt Dorothea Benson Patricia Phillips aPEdwin Classon Anna Bush 'x'Joyce Sadler James Culver 'XiMildred Davis Vera Jean Stoddard Francis Fairbanks aiEleanor Custafson Phyllis Suckow Lawrence Hale Janice Harrington 'X'Mary Warn Charles La Roy $5Mar1an Jacobson Isabelle Woodcock Cecil Peters Alice Jolley June Taylor Junior Sheldon it'Nancy Lou Kyle Keith Atkins -::- Honor Roll FOR1936 fourth Grade Third Grade SENIOR LEAVES FOURTH Clladine Anderson Thomas Atkins Harold Blood Vernon Blood 101a Bullock Ernest Culver Edward Derby Albert Eccles Robert Englund Floyd Garfield Robert Garfield 'X'Ethel Gibbs Theo GriHin Jean Gustafson Virginia Gustafson Kenneth Hale Allen Haley Allene Jacobson GRADE 55 Honor Roll THIRD GRADE iEHarold Adams Helen Akin Donald Benson 'x'Jacqueline Benson Joanne Billquist W'illiam Birt Dorothy Blair ii'Nm'ma Brooks Mona Bullock Donald Bush Robert Butterfleld Phyllis Crow Howard Culver Frances Dallis 'x'Mary Anna Gerhardt Harold Johnson -::- Honor Roll Lawrence Keefe Robert Keefe Edward Moore John Nelson 'EJane Peterson Ella Phillips Percy Phillips $$F10rence Rockwood Harold Ryberg iEJack Sheldon James Shugert Charles Suckow aPRaymond Tyler Rodney Walker 'x'Charles Wigren Francis Woodcock Frank Wright Jean Mainwaring Rosemary Kenyon Basley Lindboom 'ERoderick Rinell 'x'Loren Sadler Robert Schilling Fred Smedley 'x'Arilla Smock Edmund Suckuw George Taft Eugene Taylor W7ayne Taylor Clarice Wasbel'g Leroy WYigren Richard Wigren Dennie Wilder Joyce Wilder FOR1936 Second Grade First Grade SENIOR LEAVES SECOND GRADE Jack Akin "K'Marilyn Limbcrg Roger Annis Robert Longr Lyle Atkins Donald Mainwaring Glenn Birt Janice Meleen 'K'Morris Blasdell Junior Meleen i'Phyllis Cass Frederick Nelson eEMarie Classon Robert Peters x Mary Dallas Marsdon Reese iEJack Davidson Gordon Ryberg Francis Dowler Vincent Sheldon Darwin Dye Francis Suckow Robert Fuller Barbara Taylor Donald Gustafson Junior Walker Chester Haley Genevieve Williams Joan Hildum Stewart James Wise Lois Mae Johnson '"' Honor Roll FIRST GRADE Wayne Akin Reid Peters 'x'Gordine Anderson Billy Phillips .x'Shirley Bennett Junior Prittie Alice Blood Joy Rounds Clede Bush Dorothy Rowley ":EJanet Cass Martin Sadler Frederick Dye Billy Stanton 'x'Gordon Faulkner Roger Suckow Eleanor Garfield Buddy Van Tassel thald CriHin "K'Janelle Waldo Verna Cuslafsmr R'Carulyn Warn Helen Harrington :XVCeorge Whitman 'k'Carol Johnson 'mHazel Wilson Frederick Knapp Clifford VViltsie Wayne Nelson Lillian Wright Richard Nylander e9 Honor Roll FOR 1936 CLASS OF 1935 OFFICERS President .............. .Theodore Wilzen Secretary .......................................... Eleanor Derby Vice President... Ralph Miller Treasurerummm................... .H......A1lene Larson CLASS ROLL Velma Akin Marjorie Fairbanks Hazel Sheldon Marie Annis Marvin Frew Margaret Stanley Maynard Atkins Ronald Haddcn Earl Swanson Anna Benson Louis Howard Virginia White Norman Carlson Allene Larson Esther Williams Harold Colvin Lawrence Miller Theodore Wilzen Eleanor Derby Ralph Miller Class Play on December 7, 1934 4Here Comes Charlie,, Kids7 Day on June 6, 1935 Baccalaureate Service at the Methodist Church on June 23. Rev. G. R. D. Braun, speaker Class Night Exercises on June 24. The following Seniors took part: Maynard Atkins ......................... Class History Marie Annis ......................... Senior Prophecy Ralph Miller Class Poet Esther Williams V.....W......Junior Prophecy Marjorie Fairbanks Class Will Musical presentations were given by: Margaret Stanley, Allene Larson, Harold Colvin, Norman Carlson, Virginia White, Anna Benson Commencement Exercises were held on June 25 Address was given by Rev. T. E. Colley Salutatorialfs address ...... Eleanor Derby ValedictOI-iarfs address . Haze1 Sheldon o4 SENIOR LEAVES ALUMNI NEWS 111 quoting the old saying 46the best of friends must part,77 we, the Class of 936, are reminded of those who have gone before us. As graduation time draws near7 we recall those old friends and the work they have done. Let us turn back the pages of time to the class of 1930, which consisted of twelve members. Glenn Donelson prepared for the ministry at Houghton College and is now preaching in Angelica, New York. Neva Atkins studied nursing at the Buffalo Children7s Hospital. Margaret Davidson, Carol Dubois, and Isabel Gibbs became student nurses at Jamestown W. C. A. Hospitalethey have since graduated and are all actively engaged in the practice of nursing. GenevieVe Skinner and Ruth Horton sailed the sea of matrimony and are busily engaged in the art of housekeeping. John Fuller is a crack meat cutter somewhere in the northern confines of western Penn- sylvania. There were nineteen graduated in the class of 1931. Elizabeth Bjork, Helen Stoddard, and Norma Carlson entered Fredonia Normal School and have all entered the teaching profession, Elizabeth is guiding the destinies of the young in Ivory while Helen, after completing three years of service in rural schools, has signed a contract to teach third grade in her Alma Mater, next year. Esther Kleber also enrolled at Fredonia but after two years of study gave up the idea of teaching to become Mrs. Robert Reis. They make their home in Chicago. Doris Lee entered Houghton College and is now taking graduate work there. Katherine Swanson after winning the highest scholastic award in the county entered Albany State Teachers College. To date she has completed three years toward a degree. Phillip Johnson, obey- ing the slogan cT110 West, young man, go West77 matriculated at Ypsilanti State Teachers College earning his degree in June of last year, he is now teaching at Mecosta, Michigan. Leverne Larson is employed at the James- town Telephone Company after having completed an engineering course at Mechanics Institute, Rochester7 New York. Ada Shures, Doris Nelson, and Margaret Thayer entered the field of nursing, matriculating at the W. C. A. Hospital in Jamestown. Melvin Bjork is at the same hospital serving as jack- Of-all-trades. Judson Monfort planned to usee the world through a port-hole,7 and so joined the navy. He has since returned and only recently married Carol Dubois of the class of 1930. In the class of 1932 there were eighteen who completed the require- ments. Vincent Davis, Valedictorian, entered Cornell. University at Ithaca, New York. William Page, Virginia Barber, and Marguerite Atkins entered Fredonia State Normal School and were duly graduated. Marguerite is now teaching in our local school. Louise Holcomb entered nursing at Buffalo Childrenis Hospital. Mary Blasdell matriculated at George Washington Uni- versity, Washington, D. C. Iona Waite after completino the requirements for teaching at Geneseo State Teachers College is engaged in the practice of same at Fentonville. Elmer Vanderwark completed one year in a co-operative school in Cleveland but has settled down to a busy life on the farm. FOR 1936 We find eighteen members graduating in 1933. Austin Stitt, Salutator- ian, has completed two years at Houghton College, Geneva, New York. At present he is working for the government in a C. C. C. Camp. He expects to continue his studies in the fall. Rex Maimquist is a Sophomore at Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa. Thus far in his career he has earned nothing but straight Ays which is a record for anyone to shoot at. Mary Davis, Helen Olson, and Donald COX decided on a business career and so attended the Jamestown Business College. Mary is now employed in Jamestown, while Helen is married to still another member of this classvHoward Onink. They have a young son. Maxine Ross attended Hoff Business College at Warren, Pa. Letty Wilder is Mrs. Paul Washeig7 they reside in Jamestown. Lena Moore is also married, making her home in Frewshurg. 1934 produced the largest class ever graduated from Frewsburgb thirty-seven members. George Johnson, Valedictorian and the winner of a state scholarship, enrolled at Houghton College. Eleanor Johnson is a stu- dent at New York University. Pauline Gibbs, Ethel Haley, Edward Tribe, Helen Johnson, and James Sharp entered Fredonia Normal School. James recently transferred his credits to study physical training at Cortland. Alice Anderson, Mildred Taft, Pauline Danieison7 and Louise Matthews entered Jamestown Business College. Harriet Hanson is at Houghten College and Helen Carlson and Priscilla Thayer are student nurses at the W. C. A. Hos- pital. Ruth Benson is doing work in the Jamestown College center which is afhliated with Alfred University. These classes whom we have mentioned are the ones who have set such high standards for us, and we, the class of 736, wish to uphold the reputation of our Alma Mater by being every bit as successful as these previous classes who have gone forth from Frewsburg High School to make a place for them- selves in the world. SENIOR LEAVES ACTIVITIES Girls' Basketball FOR 1956 GIRLST BASKETBALL Under the supervision of Miss Haherer, the girls7 basketball team has compieted another year which we feel has been a success. Although the team has lost many games7 the girls hilvc received some valuable training For the coming year. ' The Frewshurg girls were in the league with Ellington7 South Dayton, Cassadaga, and Sinclairvilie. The winner of the league was Sinclairville who lost their only league game to Frewsburg. Out of the thirteen games played, the girls won six and lost seven. The high spot of the season was the last game which was played with Sineiairviiie here. With the aid of Miss Haberer, 0f the Cheerleaders, and of their schoolmates, the girls combined their forces and handed Sinclair- vilie their single defeat of the season. The girls7 basketball team played four non-ieague teams namely Panama, Bemus Point, The Faculty, and The Alumnae. LETTERMEN FORWARDS GUARDS Anna May Swanson Lucille Taft Della Atkins Dorothy Dye Lois Morton Virginia Washerg Allene Walker Phyllis FOX Jane Rice INDIVIDUAL SCORING FOR THE GIRLS Foul Points Field Goals Atkins ..................................................................... 3 32 Swanson .................................................................. 1 31 Walker , ......... 21 Washerg .................................................................. 1 1 5 Rice ........................................................................... 1L 12 Morton ...... . 3 Dye ........ 4 Taf t ........ 1 Fuller ........................................................................ 0 0 Benson .................................................................... 0 0 Bjork ........................................................................ O 0 Besides those who were awarded letters the following girls took part in many games: Beulah Bjork, Bernice Benson, Dorothy Fuller, and Mildred Atkins. One of the most striking features of the Frewsburg girls Wes their ability to change positions on the team. By graduation, the team will lose four of its members7 but the prospects SENIOR LEAVES for a team next year are very encouraging. The remaining members of the team together with many eighth grade girls who show promise of being future basketball stars will give next yearas team plenty of support. GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Where Played Bemus Point .................... Frewsburg Panama........... .Frewsburg ,,,,, Ellingtonu ..Ellington ....... Cassadaga..... Cassadaga ..... Aluninae....i.....i.a................Frewsburg .................................... South Daytonm..,..a,m...Frewsburg .................................... Sinclairville ..... ..Sinclairville Ellington ....... ..Frewsburg ..... Cassadaga..... ..Frewsburg Panama ................................. Panama .......................................... South Dayton .................. South Dayton ........................... Sinclairville.... WFrewsburg .......... Faculty .................................. Frewsburg .................................... comww ' t ' .qt-tQQJAUJUl-VL-ISU1 BOYS, BASKETBALL The boys, basketball season of 1935-1936 has come to an end in an altogether successful way. Although the boys did not take first place in their league, they gave their opponents no easy Victories. Then, too, success in athletics is not measured so much by the number of Victories but rather by the sportsmanship and co-operation of the team. 1 Coach Vetter developed a team that was speedy and one that co- operated. He managed to give the regular members of the squad excellent instructions and new plays from his wide experience in basketball, as well as to train the younger students who hope for a regular place on the team in the coming years. The league consisted of Ellington, Cassadaga7 Sinelairville, and South Dayton, all of whom were defeated by Frewsburg with the exception of Sin- clairville. Our boys lost two games to Sinclairvilie Which gave them first place in the league and placed Frewsburg second. The boys squad held the crowd tense as they displayed their skilfui training in many exciting games. Perhaps the most exciting game of the season was that played with Sinclairville there. Despite the fact that our team lost, the boys showed the spectators not only basketball technique but also a fine example of true sportsmanship. At the home games boys were given the whole-hearted support of the large crowds that filled the gymnasium. They seemed to have a renewed interest in basketball and willingly gave their support to the teams and FOR1936 cheerleaders. Boosting students were always to be found in the mass and wherever they were, they gave splendid co-operation in cheers and good will. By graduation the team will loose four members and also one member who was a post graduate this year. However, the prospects for a team nexl year are bright since several promising Junior High students will help fill the positions of' lhose who will have gone. THE SQUAD 15A1Vin Spetz txtJ. Robert Johnson 15Lester Martin 65Ralph Johnson iPEUgene Rockwood '"'Theod0re Anderson 'X'Harold Carlson 'x'MarVin Frew Loye Donelson Raymond Bin Walter Stanton George Waid Len Bennett Robert. VVaI'n, Mgr. 1': Indicates Lellermen INDIVIDUAL SCORES F oul Shots Field Goals Total erd" Anderson ............................................. 19 47 113 wrony,7 Spetz ............. 35 78 14Less" Martin ......... 17 44 111301?7 Johnson ................................................ 19 39 cTyene17 Rockwood .......................................... 5 14 33 c1Red19 Johnson ................ 11 10 31 Marvin Frew ..................................................... 3 6 15 Harold Carlson ................................................ 6 3 12 SENIOR LEAVES CHEERIO ! Center W Forward Guard Come on team Fight hard ! G0 team go, go team ng F-R-E-W-S-B- -R-G Shoot 7em high F-R-E-W-S-B- T-R-G Shoot 3em 10w F-R-E-W-S-B- -R-C C0 team g0! Frewshurg! Sapolio Dutch Cleanser Clean Ham up Frewsburg! Fight team fight Yea team Fight team fight Fight fight - Eght Now or never Yea team All to-gether Fight fight H flghl Fight team fight! Fight fight fight! SCHOOL SONG F-R-E-VT-S-B-U-R-G Boom! Frewsburg, 0h, Frewsburg, We sing to thee, Our Alma Mater Give her three times three, Rah! Rah! Rah! Long may we cherish her Faithful Wqu be Frewsburg, 0h Frewsburg For you and me! FOR1936 Cheer leaders W WW mew Baseball SENIOR LEAVES CHEERLEADERS When a man bites a dogethatls news. When cheerleaders are cheered ethat75 news, too. So let,s give three Cheers with here and there a tiger for our newly organized cheering section. A bigger and better school spirit is what we want and we hope that the efforts of these people have helped to bring it about. If we have added a note of color to any game, if we have in any way encouraged our teams to win then we feel that we licheerfullyw ful- filled our purpose. A letter lily with a megaphone background has been presented to the following members of our cheering squad in recognition of their fine CO- operation, spirit and initiative: Virginia Olson ........................................................... Post Graduate Esther Anderson... ......... Senior Linwood Matthews V. Tunior Norman Carlson ........................................................................... Sophomore BASEBALL The baseball season of 1935, under the tutelage of Coach Vetter was in all ways successful. Of the six games played Frewsburg was declared the winner of four. Some of the teams defeated were Kinzua, Russell, and Jamestown Business College. THE TEAM Harold Colvin Lester Martin Linwood Matthews Ronald Hadden Harry Davis Eugene Rockwood Marvin Frew J. Robert Johnson Leo Bennett Alvin Spetz Phillip Gibbs Robert Warn Due to adverse conditions, Coach Vetteras team for 1936 started later than usual. Although the team is composed largely of inexperienced players, hopes for a successful season are very high. Because of lack of experienced players, the team has not entered a league this year but expects to play sev- eral 0f the County High School teams. More boys have come out for the team this year and the competition is somewhat greater. As it now appears Harry Davis will probably be behind the bat, with ctBingobi7 Johnson carrying most of the pitching burden. Lates ly John Cameron, a freshman, has been showing promise as a pitcher and un- doubtedly will see action. So far, Ray Birt looks about the best at first base, with "Les? Martin and Walter Stanton operating around the t4Keyst0ne,i sack. llGene7i Rockwood seems to be about set at Short and in the chot Cornelj, either Alvin Spetz 0r Theodore Wilzen. In the outer garden Phillip Gibbs, llTootie,7 Matthews and ltBobl, Warn are left from last years team although Frank Marsh7 Theodore Anderson and Leo Bennett will be crowd- ing them for their positions. FOR1936 INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS FOREWORD One of the most significant trends in education is the increasing emphasis which is being given to a well-balanced health and recreational program for all students. The ideal toward which we are working is a program which will include as many students as can participate. This year we feel that we have been fairly successful in making substantial progress toward this ideal. Shortly after the close of the regular basketball season a boys intra- mural basketball tournament was held. This year instead of playing by classes, it was decided by the committee to divide the contestants into eight teams. These eight teams were then divided into two divisions7 the first divi- sion or the A league was made up of the older and more experienced boys, While the second division or B league was composed of the younger and less experienced boys. No sooner had the leagues started than it was found that the committee had made no mistake in using this method. Nearly all of the games were very close, and the winner could not be picked until the Iinal whistle. However, when the leagues finally ended we found the Harvard team composed of Birt, Donelson7 Warn, Anderson7 T. Wilzen, Bennett, and Gibbs the winner. In the B league the Leopard team, D. Carlson, A. Ander- son, L. Benson, H. Cameron, and D. Blair were successful in their division. Much credit for the success of this league must be given to the members ol' the committee, J. R. Johnson, Walter Stanton, and Ted Wilzen working under the guidance of Mr. Vetter. Also Jack Kerrin ce-operated by handling many of the games in an efficient manner. SENIOR LEAVES STUDENT COUNCI L The Student Council consists of the officers of the Student Association. The purpose of this association is to promote and co-ordinate all kinds of wholesome student activities, to protect carefully and utilize fully all school property, to encourage sound scholarship among the students of Frewsburg High School. Since the association has been started there has been fine co- operation throughout all its efforts. Any student in Junior or Senior High School has been given the right to join. It has not only added to the interests of school activities but to its members it has given rights and privileges which the students formerly have not been given. Members of the Student Council are: President , ,. Robert Warn Vice PreSIdent .. ..Har01d Johnson Secretary Marjorie Larson Treasurer Miss Brown Class Representativese Gordon Anderson, Emmy Lou Stanton, Herbert Classon, Walter Stanton, Leo Bennett and Doris Fenton With the help of Principal Anderson and other faculty members we have felt that the Student Association has been a success. FOR1936 Orchestra SENIOR LEAVES ORCHESTRA The High School Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Charles Austin, has increased its membership of fifteen to twenty-one during the past year. The Orchestra has played for all the school assemblies, for the Junior play, the accompaniment to the Operetta, and for the Senior Commencement. This organization has worked hard at every practice trying to gain a greater proficiency in performing instrumental music. The Orchestra is composed of the following: Clarinets; George Guild Virginia Taylor Margaret Arnold Saxophones - Robert Warn Frances Thayer Dorothy Moore Trumpets- Rudolph Hanson Donald Carlson BAND Under the leadership of Mr. Joseph Clayton the Frewsburg High School Band has progressed rapidly during the past three years. His efforts to bet- ter the band have been greatly appreciated and he has succeeded in inter- Horne Carl Wilzen Trombonee Willis Hale Basse Walter Stanton Drumse Frederick Boswell Robert Haley Pianoe Ann Elizabeth Lundgren First Violinse Gerald Bennett Edward Moore Frank Marsh Russell Phillips Second Violins Charles LeRoy Betty Meleen Shirley Van Derwark Elsie Sisson esting the parents as well as the children in a musical organization. On March hfth the Band gave its third annual concert, using the money they received to help complete their uniforms. The Band played at the Southwestern New York Music Festival and competed, playing the overture HSaskalchewani selections from 4ch'1ikadow and the march 4THutchinson Field? Members of the Band were: Betty Ann Sheldon C Melodies XVallace Wickmark Ralph Peters Harold Carlson Clarinetse George Guild Allen Anderson Leonard Littlefield Marjorie Wickmark Virginia Taylor Margaret Arnold Mary Wetmore Virginia Akin Leon Atkins Martin Fenton S axo phonese E flat Altos Robert Warn Dorothy Moore Dorothy Slanlet Frances Thayer Beatrice Westling B flat Soprano Helen Long Flute! Donald Davis Piccoloe- Homer Davis Trumpetse Rudolph Hanson Donald Carlson Paul Blasdell Jack Sheldon Robert Anderson Trombones Willis Hale Gordon Anderson Howard Cameron Baritonese Clark Niles Charles Derby Allose Carl Wilzen Herbert Elmore Shirley Wigl'en FOR1036 CHORUS A fifth year of happy musical moments has come to a successful close for the Frewsburg High School Chorus. The chorus, under the direction of Mr. Charles Austin, consisted of forty female voices and twenty-four male voices. It has performed for the assembled students, the Parent-Teacher Association meetings and On April lwcnty-seventh we participated in the Music Festiva1 at Fredonia State Nor- mal School. We sang ccNow the Day Is Over,9 by Barnby and 66VVhds That a-Calling? a Southern melody. A large bus and several private cars were required to transport the chorus. A fine showing was made and it was voted by all T43 great day." The repertoire of the chorus for the past year consisted mainly of Spirituals and Folk Songs. The aims of the chorus this Year have been to develop quality and harmony and to learn to understand the true beauty of this fine art. Any individual who is really interested in choral music is CIualified to be a member. We feel that the chorus showed its most successful accomplishment in the production of its annual Operetta7 ccAsk the Professor? This occurred on March twenty-seventh before a capacity audience. We sincerely hope that the future members of the Music Department of Frewsburg High will be as successful as we have been in 1935-1936. SENIOR LEAVES ASK THE PROFESSOR by Estelle Merrymon Clark, Adile Bohling Lee, Palmer John Clark Maryida OtNeil V. Lois Morton Emily Lee Marie Bjork Professor Will Breakeasy .................................................................. Harold Carlson John Ainsworthy Walter Stanton June Ainsworthy Marjorie Larson Polly "www.nthane Rice Tommy Freshman Iohn Nelson Red 0,Nea1 Gordon Danielson Mrs. OaNeal Phyllis Anderson Singing Chorus... High School Chorus Dancing Chorus- Dorothy Dye, Lucille Taft, Doris Johnson, Virginia Carlson ttAsk the Professor," a two-act Operetta, was given by the High School Chorus on March 27, in the High School Auditorium. Maryida O9Neal was a poor girl and was having a hard time to get an education, when John Ainsworthy7 room-mate 0f Maryidats brother Red, decided to send her through school under a false pretense. After Maryida graduated, Miss Stone, president of the school7 refused to let June, Johnts sister, chaperon her to the ball. Tommy sent for Mrs. O,Neal t0 chaperon Maryida. The action of the Operetta was both fast and interesting and the climax was a happy one. The High School Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Austin, furnished the accompaniment. The stage was eITectively portrayed as the campus of a fashionable girls, boarding school and the scenery was painted by Mrs, Joseph Clayton. The lighting arrangement was prepared by Harold Grundstrom and Maynard Atkins. Miss Bratt assisted in the gowning 0f the chorus. Miss Moon tutored the dancing chorus. Mr. Vetter coached the principals, and Mr. Clayton played the cello in the orchestra. Between the two acts the chorus presented Mr. Austin with a gift in appreciation of his kind and patient direction. FOR 1936 THE STRANGE BEQUEST Mystery, Romance, C0medy,-what more could be desired in a play? The three act play, HThe Strange Bequestf9 presented December 6, 1935, contained them all. A carefully selected cast, under the able direction of Miss Cederquist, gave an excellent performance. It was successful in every an. Esther Anderson and Harold Carlson took the leading parts admirably. Anna May Swanson and Doris Fenton gave an excellent portrayal of a fond mother and her llhen-pecked,7 daughter, while George Guild, as a dignified lawyer, helped bring the play to a satisfactory close. Robert Warn took the part of a Villian, and Marjorie Wakeman, a scheming actress, persuaded Jeanette Johnson, a theater dancer, to help them carry out their plots. The result of this coalition was mystery, suspense, and excitement. Could a better comedy team than Joyce Wigren and Phillip Gibbs be Found? The audience seemed to doubt it. In addition to these, witty speeches and fine characterizations 0n the part of all the players made "The Strange Bequesth all that could be desired. The play took place at the former home of a dead man who was known to be eccentric and wealthy. Various people had been called together for the reading of his will. A cunning crook and a mercenary actress almost succeeded in getting most of the money. However, a clever detective, mis- taken by the housekeeper as her mail-order husband, foiled their attempts and all ended as desired. Taking all things into consideration lgThe Strange Bequesf, spelled S-U-C-C-E-S-S. The cast was as follows: Janet Benton ,,,,,,,,,, , ........................................................ Esther Anderson Robert Owen .............. Harold Carlson Carmel Trenton ...................................................... Marjorie Wakeman l Maymie Drew ............................................................... Jeannette Johnson Tilly Murphy ........................................................................... Joyce Wigren Rene Louvre Phillip Gibbs Jack Fenway Robert Warn Lincoln Long George Guild Helen Cooke Doris Fenton Mrs. Edith Cooke .................................................. Anna May Swanson SENIOR LEAVES THE JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS BASHFUL MR. BOBBS Thus modestly announced was the the Outstanding dramatic production in these parts this year. BASHFUL MR. BOBBS, a three-act comedy, was given by the Juniors on Thursday, March 12. Despite obstacles of bad weather, short time preparation, last minute substitutions and a "swell77 time with mumps playing havoc with cast and ticket sales the play was a decided success. Interesting and entertaining? The audience was satisfied. Finan- cially successful? Indeed the class was gratified. tAlthough let no man say we went into this for the money there was in it! U Every member of the Class of 1937 contributed in some way to this achievement. In fact, after we had made use of every Junior we found it necessary to borrow Dorothy Dye from the Sophomore group to complete our cast. Y01fd never believe it, but there are more boys in our class than there are girisli The coach, Miss Francis Bratt, deserves much credit for her successful directing 0f the play. The entire business staff: advertising, property and ticket committees, ttour men behind the scenes,7 deserve commendation for their untiring efforts. The story centers around Mrs. Wiggins boarding house in Splinterville, where many people, bashful and otherwise, become humorously involved in unraveling the tangle of mistaken identities. From the moment he appeared before the curtain to speak his key line, every member of the cast was up on his toes giving his best to the performance. THE CAST Katherine Henderson... imEdythe Davidson Frederick Hendersonm ................ Harry Davis Obadiah Stump ........ ..Har01d Johnson Frances Whittaken VVVVVVVVVV Alice Benson Rosalie Otis .................................. Ann Elizabeth Lundgren Mr. Robert V. Bobbs 77777777777777777777777777777 Linwood Matthews Jean Graham Lillian Hanson Marston Bobbs ........................................................................ Kermit White Celesta Vanderpo01WW.""W..W......u,.....i...m......m.........Dorothy Dye Julie... ..Maxine Long FOR 1936 SUPERLATIVES Best AH-around ....................................... Lois Morton Most Intellectual .................................... 44G. Cf, Guild Most Demure ............................................. Della Atkins Sincerest Woman-hater ............ Stranger,7 Marsh Best Artist ................................................... J oyce Wigren Most Aristocratic ........................... $961136, Fenton Most Independent .............................. Harold Carlson Biggest Booster .............................. 4 Mickey,7 Benson Best Musician .................................. I iobert B. Johnson Peppiest ................................................ Esther Anderson Best Natured ................................................ wBud,7 Spetz Best Sport ....................................... Marjorie Wakeman Most Efficient ............................................. c301?7 Warn Most Willing ............................................. Pauline Guild Most Happy-gO-lucky ............ Harold Grundstrom Most Agreeable .................... 7 ............... Allene Walker Most Popular ................................. c1. BOIW Johnson Most Reserved .................................... 44Jeane7 Johnson Musl Busiucsslikc ........................... chcnnicM Moore Most Original ................................. 44000119, Anderson Best Athlete .......................................... 44Less" Martin Most Sedate ....................................... Peggie7, Hanson Busiest ......................................................... Phi177 Gibbs Jolliest ............................................. Anna May Swanson SENIOR LEAVES; JUNIOR PLAY - MAY 3, 1935 There is one performance which always stands out in the minds of great opera singers and actorszh-at is their hrst. So it is with the cast of the Scarecrow Creeps" since for many ol- them it was their first experience. Yet, do you remember how well they acted and with what adversities of weather et cetera, they had to cope? Can you not still see Gordon Dale as the aged master of Gage Manor and the assemblage in his home of his nephews Robert Warn and J. Robert Johnson who, by the way, was the dashing hero? Perry tWarni was accompanied by his nervous mother, Doris Fenton, who spent a more or less wretched night near Phyllis Anderson, Aunt Amelia t0 the pretty young heroine, Esther Anderson. We know it is not diflicult to recall the rich humor which Joyce Wigren and Harold Grundstrom provided as maid and supposed butler, nor the sad plights ol' Aunt Zinnia treally Anna May Swansoni and her son WF.A.", Phillip Gibbs. No, they along with their able director, Mrs. Donaldson, will never forget their parts in uThe Scare- crow Creepsii and they hope that you will also remember so that when they become the great actors you can say, ill recognized that ability years ago?9 Hl-Y The Hi-Y Club has been in a very dormant state during the past school year. Every boy should know what the Hi-Y Club is for, since it is a boys, club for boys. The aim of the club is to help boys develop and find them- selves in three ways: mind, body and spirit. These three parts make up the entire life of an individual and the aim of the Hi-Y is to incorporate high ideals of living into the life of every member through a spirit of Christianity and fellowship. OFFICERS President Robert B. Johnson Vice President Lester Martin Secretary .. Alvin Spetz Treasurer Marvin Frew Linwood Matthews George Guild Phillip Gibbs Kermit White J. Robert Johnson Carl Weber Theodore Wilzen Harold Carlson Robert Warn FOR 1936 Group of seniors; 2 "The Gang"; C9 Seniors on Kiddies Day; UH Band Day at Frewsburg; 1 A 5 Just kids; 6 A bunch of nuts; 7 Morton, Warm Guild, Carlson; 8 Half There Ted" Wilzen; UH Margaret Hanson, Bernice Benson: Um Coach; UM Bliss; Him Johnson, Martin; HID Alvin Spptz and Ann Mae Swanwm: HM High Water; HM Morn High Water ADVERTISERS jOSTENS Makers of Class Rings and Commencement Announcemen ts Owatonna, Minn. Represented by HOWARD S. WALKER 124 Cady Street Rochester, N. Y. Jewelers to 1936 Class FOR 1936 BES'I' WISHES TO THE CLASS 0F 336 T HE WATCH SHOP 3 West First Street Jamestown. New York A Treasured Gift Is a Watch We have a complete line moderalely priced, smartly styled. Your class rings for 1935 were supplied by us. Thank You Bobby J.-wReconsider or 1711 blow my brains out? Jane Re0That would be a good joke on father. He thinks you haven,t anyf7 Harold J.e0You ask why I call my brother Gcookie"? Because he0s been away for ywafery so long.,, ElmerquIy dear, there0s a button in my soup? Marjorie-Typographical error sir, it should be mutton? THE HOUSE THAT CONFIDENCE BUILT FIELD 81 WRIGHT COMPANY Floor Coverings Stoves Washers Electric Refrigerators Liberal Credit Terms 100-108 Main Street Jamesmwn, N. Y. SENIOR LEAVES IhImquuarters for Bulova Watches Fine Dizmlonds 'BRADLEYS JEWELRY Next Door to Sheefs Theater Swanson Drug Store Third ill Pillv New York Jamestown R. L. LOCKE, Jeweler Large and complete stock of attrac- livo and appropriate gifts, model'- alely priced. 10 East Second St. 2 Doors from Main Jamestown To Our Frewsburg Friends, when in Jamestown visit our store Frank Marvin C1ark Druggist, Bookseller and Slulioucr Corner Main and Third Streets Managerhhlo like to give you a job, but thereas nothing for you to do.77 Frank Marshw11That7s just the kind of a job I want?7 Jeweler Engaging Carl Wilzen as watchmamhgnl am not sure that I ought to trust you with jewelry? Carl Wilzenthh, you needn1t worry; I was emp10yed at the Turkish Baths before and 1 never took a single bath? Go To 0. F. Larsorfs Art Store for Open Stock Dinner Ware and Glass Ware. Wedding, Grad- uation and Birthday Gifts. 112 East Second Street Eckerdas Drug Stores "Creators of Reasonable Drug Pricey, 106 E. Second St. 119 W. Third St. JAMESTOWN. N. Y. For All Occasions BASSETTS CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR NEEDS We have the finest line of Diamond Rings, Watches, Jewelry and Silver Ware. May we serve you always E. F. BASSETT 302 Main Street Jamestown, N. Y. FOR 1936 57 0mm Supplies Social Sluliunm'y Royal Typewriters Art Metal Equipment Lettergraph Duplicating Machines GEER-DUNN JA MESTOWN. N. Y. Cmnplimmns uf BROSTROM-CONNOR SHOE CO. 19 North Main Slreol, Rmok1yn Square va York J zunvslmm Allene- 4Please let me give, you some more ice creamf, Pauline VVeH, thanks 1,11 take some, but just a mouthful please.w Allene AgHi1da, fill Miss Guild7s platef, Ted. WrJSeeing is believing? Virginia O.-J4Oh, I don7t know. I see men every day that I woulan believe under oath? Specializing in High School Annuals JAMESTOWN PRINTING CONCERN Fourth at Clinton St. Jamestown, N. Y. SENIOR LEAVES After school days you will read the 11G00d Housekeeping Magazine?7 Itas a guide to health and happiness. wFRO-JOYM ICE CREAM Won its approval. The first ice cream in America. JsXVES'l'OWN DIVISION PHONE 3-088 FULTON MARKET, Inc. THREE BROTHERS Forty-seven years of experience WADE BROS. DBEI1CI'S in All Kinds of Fish, 212 Hahn 81. .Juxnosmwn Oysters, Lobsters, Etc. Compliments of SHOES - HOSIERY - BAGS 111 E. Third St. Jam3slown. N. Y. Mr. Adamshqf you want to buy a new car you should get a new Packard? Miss Bratto11Packard? I'can,t even handle an Austin.,, Mr. AdamSoq think you1re doing very wer7 Harold Carlson Ho Dorothy, driving a 11ai11o11H0wever do you expect to knock a nail into the wall with a clothes pin? For goodness sakes, use your head, dean,9 BONNET SHOP Norm-Ellyn Hair Shop New Address. 308 N. Main St. 108 East Third Street C0318 .... 311118 All Branches of Beauty Culture Phone 64-382 NORMA E. BOLE Dresses Mllhnery HO11YWOOd Hat Shoppes Where Smart Clothes Cost Less 11Where Better Hats Cost L635, 107 WV. 3rd St. 120 E. 3rd St. 308 N. Main Street FOR 1936 CARNAHAN - SHEARER Jamestownk Largest and Most Complete Mcnfs and Boys, Store Largest Stock of Sporting Goods in Jamestown and Vicinity M UN :11 SECOND Jauucsmwn, 1V Y. Seen A1? A1 Who? Alcohol. Kerosene him last. Benzine since? Gasoline up a lamp post And took a naphtha. Money talks but it never gives itself away. LUNDQUIST HARDWARE Busy since 1881 Phone 7-946 2 South Main Sporting Goods Stoves of All Kinds Electric Equipment House Wares Compliments and best wishes to Class of 1936 LAWSON F URNITURE CO. BROOKLYN SQUARE SENIOR LEAVES FASHION TAILORS 14-16 Mafn Street SUITS and TOP COATS made to order in our own shop at $22.50 and $25.00 Odd Pants $4.45 Luxor Beauty Parlor For appointment dial 65-805 PERMANENT WAVING Shampooing, Facials. Scalp Treatments, Mar- celling. Dyeing. Finger Waving. Hair Bobbing. Manicuring. 208 E. Second St. Jamestown, N. Y. Outfitters to His Majesty, the Great American Athlete. COLLINS SPORT SHOP JAMESTOWN. N. Y. FRATERNITY JEWELRY ELGIN WATCHES Baldwinvs Jewelry Shop '1' East Third St. Jamestown. N. Y. Among her travels Miss Haherer entered the shop of a cockney hook- seller and requested a copy of "Omar KhayyamW hSorry, ma7gmf, replied the shopkeeper, the ,ave ,is hHiHiadh and ,is hhHodysseyv, but we aelven? ,is chhayyamf9 Jane: 6jimmy must be popular, he always has so many people around him.,, Lois: therhaps, but he told scmeone he always likes to play his saxo- phone when heas lonelyf9 CHATFIELD cgz SHARP Household Appliances Plumbing Heating Jamestown, New York FOR1936 Comptiments 0f BESH-GE-TOORS MUSIC HOUSE Catering to the Needs of the School Musician 13 East Fourth St. Jamestown, N. Y. Special Discount to School Musicians Compliments of HOITINK UNDERTAKING CO, Inc. A. B. Hoitink - - President Ernest Danielson - Vice President L. B. Hoitink SeC.-Treas. Stanley: "You seem like a nice sensible girl. Lets get married? Doris: 46N0, Ijm just as nice and sensible as I look? Denie: th want a chocolate marshmallow mint sundae? Eugene: ttSunday? I wontt be here Sunday? Lyndle: thWhere do all the bugs go in winter? Virginia: 4tYou can search me? Lyndle: HNO, thanks. I only wanted to know where they gofv ZUCKERMAN CLOTHING CO. Be Thrifty But Look Smart Complete line of Ladies, Coats, Suits, Dresses and Millinery Phone 43-135 101 East Second Street Compliments of MONARCH STATIONERY CO. SENIOR LEAVES Compliments of RETAIL DRY GOODS MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION The Abrahamson-Bigelow Co. Nelsorfs Store of Specialty Shops Lockwood,s Wrighfs Specialty Shop Gibbs thinks 1165 a great detective because he runs down lho heels on his shoes. Harry-ttFrank and I were out on the lake yesterday with a brand new pack of cigarettes. We wanted to smoke, but we didn,t have any matches. What do you think we didiw MarjorieettYou waited until you got home. HarryefNot on your life. We opened the box, took out a cigarette and that made the box a cigarette lighter.H RADIOS NOKGE REFRIGERATORS FURNITURE THE WITKOP AND HOLMES CO. 4-6 Market Street JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK WASHERS HEATERS RANGES Compliments of BORDENS THE CAKE SHOP Evaporated Milk Eagle Brand Condensed Klime Whole Milk Powder Comptiments of 22 E. Third St. Jamestown. N. Y. FOR 1936 Ringmaster: tWVho broke that trapeze?i$ Acrobat: 41 did, mister, with my little actsf, Goliath: 66Why d0n9t you stand up like a man and fight? David: 46Donit get in a hurry, Big Boy. Wait itill I get a little boulder? Coiburn: ttHave you a cigarette?79 Jack: ii Yes, plenty, thank you? A hug is a roundabout way of expressing affection. J. Robert was in receipt of the following from the printer: 46We hope you can send us the amount of your bill, which is several months past due? To which our business manager replied: tiAnything to oblige. The amount of your bill is $349.01? There was an absent minded professor who died of grief. It seems that when he hid his face in his hands he forgot where he put it. Gene: iiYou know, youire not a bad looking sort of a girl?, Marjorie: GiOh, you,d say so even if you didn,t think so? Gene: iiWeire square then, you,d think so even if I didn,t say so.77 Fresh: 41 just bumped my crazy bone?9 Senior: iiNever mind. Just comb your hair so the bump wonit showy Compliments of J, R. WOOD 81 SONS, CHOCOLATE SODA Inc, PAINESVILLE, OHIO FOR A GOOD go to THE MOHAWK Class Rings Fourth at Pine InVItatiOIls JAMESTOWN. N. Y. Name Cards SENIOR LEAVES Best Wishes t0 the Senior Class of 1936 From a Friend FOR 1936 Clover7s Butter, Eggs, Cheese STAPLE GROCERIES Stalls Nos. 29-37 CITY PUBLIC MARKET Jamestown, N. Y. Wm. Sheldon Jones COHee Tea e Spices Nuts of A11 Kinds-Peanut Butter Ground Fresh Coffee Roasted Daily City Public Market Johnson 81 Lundgren WHOLESALE POULTRY, MEATS Public Market Phone 4-063 Jamestown. N. Y. 23 Market, St. Compliments of Pearl City Feed Mills New York Jamestown Most people think a rabbit Is cnwardly and frail And yet, though he is timid N0 cook can make him quail. Kermit White drew the picture of a hen so litFe-like the other day that when he threw it into the waste basket it laid there. Complinwnls of YOUR FORD DEALER AL. J. HORAN MOTOR SALES, INC. SALES SERVICE Royal Typewriting C0., Inc. Sales Rentals and Repairing 319 CH ER RY STREET .IllanSIUWn Everything in Ready-to-Wear for Ladies and Misses Michael J. Leo Leo 8: May, Inc. Hotel Jamestown Building New York SENIOR LEAVES inullllllilnrlllh 0r SWAN-HALL SERVICE STATION Popular Gasolines and Quality Oils Corduroy Tires and Tubes JACK ATKINS, Mgr. FREWSBUHC, N. Y. George Guild twhen asked to speak at a reception given in honor of him and his young bride as he nervously placed his hand on the new wife,s shoulder...: HWell, ereawto tell you the truth this thing was thrust upon 99 me. ODE TO A BELOVED BOOK If there should come another Hood Then to this book 17d fly; If all the world should be submerged, This book would still be dry. QUALITY CASH Compliments of Every Day is Bargain Day Here Pleasant View Farm Frewsburg. New York Herman LOHg Keep warm by burning Fireside Coal and Coke Milk and Cream E. O. FULLER Frewsburg New York FOR1936 67 H. F. NELSON GARAGE FREWHHURC. NEW YORK General Automobile Repairing 4- Main Street Phone 2-712 Res. Phone 2-298 S P A R K 9 S Compliments of . T . Grocerles - 3 ohms Moore7s Hardware SChOOl supplies FREWSBURC NEW YORK Jeanette: "I have a great idea?7 Esther: "Aw, donat exaggemtef7 Carl Weber: 46What does inert mean? Mr. Anderson: WFhe easiest way to explain it would be to have you Visit my Physics classf7 Harold Johnson came to school crying. Miss Cederquist had some difficulty in finding the cause until suddenly the little fellow blurted out: 91 lost my excuse for being born? C. F. MYERS 8t SON FREWSBURG7 N. Y. STANLEY9S FUNER.AL Congratulations to the Class of 1936 HOME CROSLEY REFRIGERATORS BLACKSTONE WASHERS Compliments uf PALMER CARLSON Best Wishes t0 the Class of 1936 AND SON Painters and Decorators KYLE 8z LITTLE Ph 2713 71 Pearl Street Frewsburg one 68 SENIOR LEAVES Congratulations to Senior Class Of 1936 The Old Rehable Meat Market 22 Main Street Phone No, 2-715 Hiram Dickinson 1Clerk1 G. W. Faulkner 1Pr0priet0r1 Compliments of SHELL Miss Bratt: an Introduction to Business c1ass attempting to explain the art of sa1esmanship1 11Y0u can,t 5611 a man 3 Lincoln Zephyr When What he wants is a Holstein heiferf7 Anna May 1soon after schooU: 641 d0n1t know whether to walk home or to wait a ride and round up with Chet? Bicycles and Velocipedes. Excelsior, Colson7 Road Master, Iver Johnson $20.95 and up Parts and Accessories Cycle Shop 218 Prendergast Ave. Jamestown. N. Y. C0mp1imems from A Friend Fine Furniture, Hugs and Linoleum at Lowest Prices N 0rd Furniture Store 109-111 East Second St. T61. 7-4-13 JAMESTOWN, N. Y. C. H. MALMQUIST Quality Meats Center Street Frewsburg. N. Y. FOR 1936 69 Cmuplimmlls Inf Frewsburg Drug Store Cnmphments nl' C. Erie Sundholm lnveslnwnl Culmseller um! Anulysl Investment Securities 405 Hotel Jamestown Phone 6-876 WHITE7S COAL Anthracite Blue Coal, Semet Solvay Coke. Washed Bituminous. Building Material, Fer- tilizer and Lime. Gasoline and Oils. Erwin F. White Frewsburg 25 Years7 Service Compliments of Red and White Store Home Owned and Operated. Always at Your Service. Complete line ef groceries and vegetables, Over 90 items tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine Chas. Hildum. Clerk E. R. Sheldon, Owner Mr. Vetter: thefine borough? John K.: 4h1tjs some kind of a horse?7 Joyce Wigren: hI never get Aas in History class any more because the Supreme Court declared the AAA unconstitutionalf, 41f there were four hies on a table and I killed one, how many would be left? inquired Miss Cederquist in Trig class. uOnefj answered George, the brains of the class, 6The dead one? Compliments of Frewsburg Garage Expert Electrical Repairing of All Kinds General Automobile Repairing Al. H. Hager, Prop. OchialAAA Garage Gerald L. Ingerson Jobber of High Grade Confectionery The Students were well pleased with our candy. Try it. 222 Price Strezt Jamestown, N, Y. NELSON BROS. Lumber -- Mill Work 34 Market Street Phone 6-097 JAMESTOWN, N. Y. SENIOR LEAVES M. E. VENMAN 95 Main Street General Insurance Old Line Companies Compliments of 11m Frewsburg Odd Fellows Compliments of Hotel Frewsburg Charles M. Smith General Insurance Falconer. New York 42 W'est Main Street. Residence Phone 53-923 Bob with tender passion took Esther some flowers. Esther: GcHow kind of you to bring me those lovely flowers. They are so beautiful and fresh. I think there is some dew on them yet,9 Bob: Yes, there is, but Iam going to pay it off tomorrow? cWViHie, run across the street and see how old Miss Brown is this morning.,, U7ive minutes later Willie returnch NMiss Brown says it,s none of your business how old she is? Cmuplimtnls of Pearl Street Dairy Compliments of Earle L. Peters General Insurance Agent 59 Pearl Street FREWSBURG NEW YORK Compliments of Broadhead Insurance Agency 103-104 anry Hu i111 ing Jameslown, N. Y. Compliments of Fargo Radio Shop Zenith Radios Norge Refrigerators 209 W7. Third 51. Phone 77545 .HMICSTOWN. N. Y. I70R1936 PLAY SAFE Insist on Quality Merchandise Frigidaire, Goodyear Tires, Ball complimems 0f Brand Footwear, J. T. Case Imple- A Friend ments, B. P. S. Paint, RCA Radios, Page$s Seeds, Vigoro, Loma, Nitrate, Bone Meal. 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