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

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THE MILESTONE 1942 FREWSBURG HIGH SCHOOL FREWSBURG New YORK Ulllllllllllll To our parents who have gulded and encouraged ue. exh1b1ted 1nf1n1te patlence and understandmg ly ln mmd we. the class of 42 gratefully ded1cate th1s the flrst ed1t1on of the Mllestone w, 1 A 1, I - ' r towards our problems and kept our welfare constant . - 7 . 7 7 . . . . LA . 77 IH IUHH' Russell Ph1ll1ps VICTORY The slogan Remember Pearl Harbor mspxres us to do our part elther with the armed forces or at home Two of our classmates Thomas Peter son and Russell Phxlhps are now flght mg for the Unxted States 1n the Navy May Iustxce and Democracy tr1umph over the Forces of Oppresslon Greed and Hatred! Thomas Peterson PHIHEIPHL LELAND C SANBORN PI'1I1C1pa1 Scxence Dartmouth College A B Syracuse Un1vers1ty M A We the Class of '42 wxsh to thank Prmcxpal past year Although th1s 1S h1s f1rst year as Prm c1pa1 at Frewsburg Mr Sanborn has won the re spect of our school and commumty through h1s splrit of 1nit1at1 ve and cooperatlon Sanborn for his service to the school during the UISIHIU SUPEHIHTEHUHH I WILLIAM ANDERSON DISIFICI Superintendent of Schools Greet1ngs to the senlor class of 1942 schools at a time of greatest world turmoil and peril to our nation This fact should give you cause to review two of the greatest principles for the preservation of our democracy that a free system of education IS essential for a good citizen ship and that our American way of life is a most precious heritage which must be guarded zealously at all t1mes against those who would destroy from within or without This will necessitate great sacrifices even that of life itself You are finishing your education in our system of public SIUIUH HUVIEIH IDA L WAITE In Appreciation success of this year book the senior play and other senior activities we the Class of 42 wish to express our cieep est gratitude to Miss Ida L Waite In view of her guidance as Senior Advisor resulting in the .7,. 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DMN TRATU N 1 , If I f f 1 1 Y X V9 ' IME HUHHU UF EHUEHHUH flllll Members Cla1r Dorsey Clxfford Oberg Gottlleb Peterson Percy Phxllxps Glenn Sheldon Carl Tmerfeldt Herbert Warn Offlcers Presldent Herbert Warn Clerk Carl Rlnell Treasurer Mrs Bertha Lxttlefxeld Collector Mlss Brendxce Little IHEUUH l94I-'49 NAME Leland C Sanborn Evelyn R Anderson L1ll1an S Anderson Ellzabeth C BJork Althea Bremmer Mary E Delaney Mary H Frew Charles A Glasler Stephen E Kachur Frances Kramz Davxd M Nelson Estella Porter Robert K Seymour Ida L Walte Velma L Walte Carlton Wood SUBIECTS TAUGI-IT IN F H S EDUCATION Sclence Commerclal Kg and Flrst Grade Fourth Grade Flfth Grade Second Grade and Art French and L1brary Mathematxcs and Blology Latln and jr I-hgh Engllsh Slxth Grade jr I-llgh Soclal Studles Thlrd Grade Mus1c History and Gen Sclence Engllsh Physlcal Educatlon Dartmouth College A B Syracuse Umv MA Albany State College Fredonxa Normal Fredoma Normal Houghton College Fredoma Normal Buffalo State Teachers College B S 1n Ed Umverslty of Mlchlgan Mlddlebury U C L A New York Un1v CL1b JSummer sRes1dence 1n Swltzerland McG1ll Syracuse Un1vers1ty A B Indlana State Teachers College B S Umversxty of Plttsburgh MA Buffalo State Teachers Fredonla Normal Albany State Teachers B S Cornell Unlverslty Fredoma Normal Fredonla Normal B S Fredoma Normal Albany State B S M S Fredonla Normal AlbanyState B S 30 hours toward M S Ithaca College A B N TAUGHT . I 1 V . ' 4 . t . 5 , ' . 2 . . 1 . ' 10 ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 . 4 , . ' l ' , . . ' ' . ' 14 ' , . A ' ll ' . Editor in Chief Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Activities Manager Sports Editor Humor Editor Art Editor Photography Editor Typist Editor Faculty Advisors Editors Homer Davis Maxine Porter Betty Ann Sheldon Grace Turney Bruce Johnson Robert C. Anderson john Seekins Clayton Akin Allen Wigren Geraldine Wilson Ida L. Waite Stephen E. Kachur Leland C. Sanborn Assistants Mildred Davis Ruth Kline Eleanor Gustafson Gleason Sheldon Rosalie Fenton Wallace Fenton Verna jean Stoddard Basil Bunce Phyllis Crow Sherman Larson jane Peterson Clair Munson jack Sheldon Edwin Classon Virginia Akin Arnold Bush Edward Moore Robert Keefe Margaret Arnold Florine Donelson june Taylor IHILESIUHE HHH SHIUHH EUUHEIL Offlcers Presxdent Robert C Anderson V1ce presldent Edwm Classon Secretary jack Sheldon Treasurer Mlss Mary Frew The Student Councxl th1s year has done much more than many students rea11ze It has es tablxshed the club program secured a treasury book for each club and made plans for select1on of cheer leaders 1n the commg years They assumed the respons1b111ty for the furn1ture xn the teachers room The Student Counc1l also declded that the annual should become a school affa1r 1n whlch all of the hlgh school classes should partlclpate Around Chmstmas txme the Student Councxl paid for the beautxful decorat1ons used 1n Mr Sanborn s Off1C9 They secured record books for the school patrol and bought some records to be played for dancmg Mr Sanborn wxth the a1d of the Student Counc1l has made plans for the a1r rald pract1ces As you can see the Student Councxl IS an actlve body for the good of the school Student COlll'lC11 Slttxng Mlldred Dav1s Mary Frew jack Sheldon Robert Anderson Edwm Classon Homer Davls Roberta Engstrom Gleason Sheldon Standing W1l11am Stanton Stephen Kachur Gord1ne Anderson Leland Sanborn Floyd Garfleld Robert Seymour jane Peterson john Nelson Phyll1s Crow Velma Wa1te Morrls Blasdell Ida L Wa1te Mary Dallas 4 t -'24 ' sd , ,, -:-- . in F -1 f l y 5 . v 1 ' - 1 1 , . . 1 . . . . . 2 . . - , , . ' - 1 r 9 1 1 7 , . " 9 1 1 v a 1 1 1 n y . . , . MR AND MRS EUGENE R MACKIE We the members of the Class of 42 w1sh to extend our smcerest apprec1at1on to Mr and Mrs M2Ck1e for the1r servxces so faxthfully rendered mn the care and mamtenance of our school It 15 wlth hlgh esteem that we look back on Mr M2.Ck18 s f1VC years of employment wh1ch enables us to number them among our best loved frlends JEAN WALDO CRANDAI L Although jean has been at F H S only one year as Offxce Secretary her w1nn1ng sm11e w1ll1ng cooperat1on and keen mterest 1n all school act1v1t1es have made her the true frxend of both the faculty and the students u1""r I., ALL ABCDARD XX C 5 .557 VEGIIIIIIII 'm LLEXSS . A E ' 5 x -W-A M Q iff? 5 ' ni 52 ., AY , Q- 4 H H' f -4 IM X' Q K' 'ul' V'-. X f li L- ' 020.0 v-0217 ll -gstts-.9 EEUU ELHES IHIIE CLASS MOTTO Pres1dent Clayton Ak1n Clayton we feel should enter pol1t1cs H1s arguments are conv1nc1ng even when he lS on the wrong Slde of the fence Class Pres1dent 1 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 French club 1 2 3 Danc1ng club 4 Troop l2 Torch club 2 3 College Entrance Aunt Sus1e Shoots the Works Boy Scout Vlce Presldent Robert L, Anderson Who? That tall dark fellow w1th tne flashxng blue eyes? Argumg w1th someone? That s Bob Anderson one of our best l1ked classmates A person of many and qUlCk dec1s1ons a leader 1n extra currlcular 8CllVll18b act1ve 1n all sports excell1ng 1n baseball and basketball Class Pres1dent 1 2 Student Courcll Representatwe 2 V1ce Pres1dent French club 2 V1ce Pres Trlangle club 3 V1ce Pres Sen1or Class Sec retary of Student Counc1l and assoc1at1on 2 V1ce Pres Stu dent Counc1l and assoc1at1on 3 Pres1dent of Student COUHCI1 and assoc1at1on 4 Pres1dent of Dancmg club 4 SCIENCE club 3 Torch club 1 2 H1 Y 3 4 Sergeant at Arms H1 Y 4 Sports Ed1tor of MIIESKODC 4 Sound Your Horn 3 Aunt SUSIE Shoots the Works 4 Joke Edxtor of Echo Gym club 1 Bus1ness Manager of Magazxne Contest 4 Jumor A1r Ra1d Warden 4 Chorus 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Volley ball 3 4 Academ1c Secretary Max1ne Porter Maxine lb the g1rl who can always be depended on to hand 1n ass1gnments promptly and st1ll f1nd t1me for plenty of fun Chorus 1 2 Hearts and Blossoms Sound Your Horn Aunt SUSIE Shoots the Works Class Secretary 1 2 4 Tr1 angle Club 4 Latln club 1 2 Llbrary club 1 M1 Y 1 2 Dancmg club 4 Sen1or Treasurer of Magamne Contest Academ1c Treasurer Margaret Arnold Marg1e IS that lovely g1rl whom we m1ssed so much when she left us a few months ln our 1un1or year Her ready sm1le IS always on hand Orchestra 1 2 Chorus 1 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Gym club l M1 Y 1 2 Sen1or treasurer Candy manager 3 Sound Your Horn Aunt Sus1e Shoots the Works Academ1c He Who Has Perseverance Also Has Success CLASS FLOWER Yellow Rose COL ORS Yellow and Green , . , . --, --g - -, . 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W - 'S 'Z "'1 1 ' '1 1 . u 11-u . w 1 1 - S ELHSE 2 Madel1ne Byork Madellne can always be found at basketball games sell1ng pop and candy dur1ng 1nterm1ss1ons when she 1snt play1ng her French Horn Gym c'1b 1 2 Chorus 1 3 4 M1 Y 1 Band 2 3 4 Candy Manager 3 4 Student Counc1l representatxve 3 Aunt SUS19 Shoots the Works Academ1c Arnold Bush Arnold IS a qu1et person Doesnt say very much but contr1butes a great deal to our class Photog raphy ass1stant of Mxlestone Academ1c Homer Dav1s Homer IS best known by h1s answer to nom1nat1ons I decl1ne He has been nom1nated for many off1c es dur1ng h1s h1gh school career but d1d not feel 1ncl1ned to accept the pos1t1ons offered We owe h1m h1m a vote of thanks for the leade sh1p he gave us 1n publ1sh1ng the M1lestone Band 1 2 3 4 Torch club 1 2 H1 Y 3 4 orchestra 3 basketball 2 3 4 stone Student pres1dent 2 H1 Audrey seems dom angry but Counc1l representatwe 4 Torch club Y pres1dent 4 College entrance Audrey Engblom to be everyone s fr1end She IS sel when she 1S LOOK OUT" Chorus l M1 Y 1 2 Gym Club 1 2 Commerc1al club 2 3 Peek Staff 2 3 Da ncmg club 4 VICE Pres1dent 4 Academ1c Roberta wasnt anx1ous to enter e1ther the jumor or Sen1or play but her performance was worth the Roberta Engstrom coax1ng we had to do 1n order to gxve her the parts Chorus 1 3 4 Treasurer of class 3 Gym club 1 2 Gym club v1ce pres1dent 1 Gym club pres1dent 2 Danc1ng club 4 Secretary of Danc1ng club 4 Sound Your Horn Aunt Sus1e Shoots the Works , student COUHC11 representat1ve 4 Secretary pro tem Chosen Mxss Frewsburg at the local beauty parade for 1942 held at the new Garf1eld Theater, Academ1c Y . 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I . . . . . u ' 1 q 1 1 1 . . , , ' f 9 A 2 ' 5 5 9 - . . . 64 7 7 rr' 14 , n' ., K - U , y 5 ELHS5 2 Lo1s Hudson Lo1s IS new to our group havlng come to us thls year from Jamestown, but we already feel that we have found a good frxend ln her Chorus 1 2 3 4 Dramatlcs 2 3 4 Vlce pres1dent of Dramatlcs 3 Secretary of Dramatlcs 3 Ml Y 2 3 Dancmg Club 4 Skatxng Club 2 3 Academ1c Bruce johnson Bruce IS the fellow who loves a good Joke espec lally when lt puts off an unusually hard assxgnment H15 temper 1S the tradltxonal auburn ha1red type Class treasurer 2 Sound Your Horn Aunt Susle Shoots the Works Gym club 1 2 French club 3 Dancmg club 4 Act1v1t1es Manager of the M1le stone , Academ1c Betty Ann Sheldon Betty 15 full of energy Doesnt she ever rest re lax and take It easy? We never hear of lt Quxck tempered and qulck to forgwe that s Betty Chorus Sound Your Horn Aunt Sus1e Shoots the Works M1 Y 2 3 Dancxng 4 Dramat1c club 2 Tr1angle club 1 3 Llbrary club 3 Gym 1 Commerclal club 3 Peek Staff 3 TreasurerofDanc1ng club Ad Mgr M1lestone Asslstant Mag Contest3 Bus Mgr Mag Contest 4 Student Counc1lrepresentat1ve 1 2 Commerclal PIOFCDCC Seeklns Florence IS so shy and reserved that we can hardly get well acquaxnted w1th her but we know she al ways has the rxght answer when called on 1n class Sewxng club 4 Academ1c john Seeklns Iohn can always be depended upon to flnd some way to k1ll t1me 1n classes He IS adept at changxng the subJect Gym club 1 Basketball 2 3 4 Latm club 2 3 Latln club treasurer 2 Dancing club 4 Aunt Susle shoots the Works H1 Y 4 Candy sales 4 Humor Edltor Mllestonen College Entrance 3 1 I I . - - - Q - - Q ' 5 4 - - 4 ' Q ' Q ' , - . rl -rs' tt 1 Q . ! Y ,,. . a s ' v 1 . . . . . KK - - - nr ,Q . 7 n , - 4 . 7 . - , . 1-45 Secretary Ir. Classg "Hearts and Blossomsng LA Y? KK - D Q Q ' ' Q Q Q ' Q Q Q Q 9 Q - . ll - 17. . . , . , . . - Q ' Q y - ' - L 9 - - 1 'M ' 3 ,, F 5 Q ' Q Q . .. . I , . EEUU ELH55 I942 Grace Turney Grace has good 1ntent1ons of studyxng but there are always so many other thlngs to do Papers always come 1n though even 1f they are a b1t late Chorus 1 2 3 4 C1rcdat1on manager of M11estone Gym club 1 2 French club 2 3 Danc1ng club 4 Sound Your Horn 'Aunt SUS19 Shoots the Works Com merc1al Am Walter An1 IS the g1rl w1th the qu1et manner1sms and pretty blond ha1r We thmk she may have a qu1ck temper but we are only guess1ng she IS very good natured Chorus 3 Dramatxc club 2 Sew1ng club 4 M1 Y 3 Llbrary club 1 Dramauc treasurer 2 M1 Y Secretary 3 Academlc Allen W1gren Sklp IS our star basketball player Have you seen any of h1s long shots? Sk1p Just loves to argue w1th any one Basketball 2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Photography club 3 4 Gym club 2 Sound Your Horn Photography Ed1tor of M11estone Volley ball 3 Football 2 3 4 Academ1c Gerald1ne W1lson Ierry IS that V1V1d l1ttle blond who IS always ready to do a few odd Jobs for her speclal fr1ends Orchestra 1 2 Chorus 2 3 4 Gym club 1 Dramatlc club 2 Commerc1al club 3 Advert1s1ng manager of Peek Danc1ng club 4 Sound Xour Horn Aunt SUSIE Shoots the Works Typ1ng ed1tor M1lestone C0mmerc1al Student Counc1l Representatlves Homer Dav1s Roberta Engstrom Candy and Pop Salesmen Madel1ne Bjork john Seekms Gerald1ne W1lson Grace Turney , . . . a . 11 Q - - J ' 1 1 v A ' 4 u ' 1 ' 1 1 11 . 11' 1 1 ' , -- ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' , . U - fl . . K . D . , H - - , - - g . 1 it ' 1 1 11' . 14 . 79' 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' a 11 . . . . . - I - - , , 7 U fl. - . ll 7 77- K 1 1 . 1, . . .1 . . , . IHHHUHIEE W3 4 lf'-Qhlfx txt' 35 hav-'fs' new Q, '1 Way Back When The Class of 42 was in 2nd Grade Back Row Albert Youngblad Homer Davis Calvin Stanton junior Birt Keith Atkins Fenton Brooks Russell Hale Middle Row Lester aheldon Bruce johnson Alice Carlson Margaret Arnold Beverly Kerrin Grace Colburn Irene Taft janyce Burghardt Allen Wigren Arnold Bush Front Row Charles suckow Clayton Akin Robert C Anderson Grace Turney Patricia Phillips jane Rowley Phyllis Suckow Beverly Podlesney Betty Ann bheldon, Madeline Bjork Jean Mainwaring James Cameron Ronald Towns Howard Hites Teacher Velma L Waite F H s Entering Class of 1930 Here are pictured e seniors who started school in Frewsburg High and who are the only ones to have followed the whole twelve years together. Margaret Arnold Clayton Akin Madeline Bjork Arnold Bush Homer Davis Bruce john- son Betty Ann sheldon Grace Turney Allen Wigren. Name Nlck Name Clayton Akln Robert Anderson Margaret Arnold Madellne Blork Arnold Bush Homer Davls Audrey Engblom Roberta Engstrom Lo1s Hudson Bruce johnson Maxme Porter Betty Ann Sheldon Florence beekms john Seekms Grace Turney An1 Walter Allen Wlgren Gerald1ne W1lson HUHHHH Ch1ef Occupatxon Clayt Bobby Marg1e apxke Arn1e Aud Bert1e Honey Orange Max Petuma F 0 johnny Grac1e Toots oklp jerry Sketchmg Bemg pollte Srrulmg Playlng Plowlng Dr1v1ng the mllk truck H1tch Hlklng B1ush1ng Loafmg Takmg care of klds Sleepmg Workmg m Red and Whxte G0ss1p1ng Cranklng the Ford Walk1ng fast Gabbxng Enloymg lmfe Ushermg Favor1te Pastnne Weakness De st1nat1on Settmg pxns Basketball Dr1v1ng Talkmg Sklppmg School Mxlkmg Wrltmg to nephews of Uncle Sam Hlklng Rxdmg Buses Telllng Jokes Apple sh1n1ng Readmg Love Storles Snnlmg Sleeplng Makmg excuses Day Dreammg Argulng Ha1r Styles Bemg late M1nt pattles Love Candy Proposmg Machmery Cokes Bud Jamestown G1rls Spothghts Orange pop Boys Dr1v1ng a car Rum candy Baby S1ster Long Shots Gord Debater Our hero Lxon tamer Who Knows? State Senator Presmdent of Umt ed States Warren Gooseneck H1 l Nurse to soldxers Randolph Questlonable Broadway Housewlfe A1r Cadet Modelmg Nurse Fanme Farmer Wheeler H1 l Klds Day On Monday Aprxl 27th 1942 the very d1gn1f1ed Semors went back to thelr K1d Days once more In k1dd1e togs they spent the day sklpplng classes, serenadlng the grade rooms and v1s1t1ng the varlous stores over town where they were treated to gum, candy, cokes and pea shooters, whxch when loaded w1th tapxoca as arnmumtxon, furmshed the sen1ors thexr Chlef occupatxon for the day . u n . . . . Q u rr . . . . u . n . , . . . . . u , . ra a . n . - cz . n . . , , . :AH in , . . . . . . an n . . . . . at rv a . v . . . a n . A D - . . A n . . . . ' . d n . . . u . in . , u . v . . . . . v , . . . . . H 1 , . 44 n . , . . . , u . 1: . . . - A4 v . , . . u , . n . . . . cr n . . . u 77 . , a n 4 I " 1 , , ft 15 ' x . .S A . . . . . . a . rr x 9 ' . 3 77 y 45 XPX ASK'-al-1 'Y-Kok 'Q"N'xgxb L-",3. up 'SN Q 5 x'OVYl 'my' Syv- Yo U3 mhgv f YR 3 UG" 'V T L'-In VAL WU.-1. A1 CH jim WOULDN T IT BE AWFUL IF Homer Davls d1dn't have an answer? Robert C Anderson had an alarm clock? Clayton Akxn were ln a hurry? Maxine Porter d1dn't have competitlon? Betty Ann Sheldon had a steady? Audrey Engblom dxdn t have a Bunk? Grace Turney couldn't see more? Geraldine Wilson lost her comb? Arnold Bush came to school? Allen Wlgren weren't wlth Bobby? john Seeklns kept awake 8th perxod? Florence Seeklns lost her smile? Roberta Engstrom weren't chewmg gum? Madelme BJork weren't talkxng? Margaret Arnold were loafxng? Ani Walter stopped thinking of Chuck? Bruce Johnson were serious? Lois Hudson couldn't get to Jamestown? ' A I , 35 4"N f 51 -af A A I -I .t , ii ' . -' XF , -f"'w'1H. "M ' l C I , A E ,, K u s ' V - Hi Bw'-lcv-n... r ur . C'-lax! Cu Lf 1' 'Q fr . N I, ' x ' 1 W - ' - ' ' Ha 0 J .sf ova iv-'Asa 5 V " Your xvlgvx on 4 v Q 4 I NS Y..v Y , . -- - 1' Y . 1-"W ' " . Q.-fqcjv-EEK I 7 A lu'hy,r.h K! .A -"1'1:.i"' ' QP'-:fu .1 Q4 0 Q 10 . 'H Q Pu, - Y G? ' xv! . z . , - ELHES UF I94I Back Row V1rg1n1a Hanson Barbara Adams A1l1e Nelson Mar1lyn Falrbanks Paul Blasdell jean Waldo Ruth Classon Grace Colburn Mrs Carol Nobbs Dor1s Wxckrnark Front Row Charles Derby Helen Long bh1r1ey Quamtance Gordon Anderson Harold Munson Dorothy Damelson Martln Fenton Beatrlce Westllng Offxcers Pres1dent Harold Munson Vlce Presxdent Gordon Anderson Treasurer Mary Nobbs Adv1sor Mrs Carol Nobbs Motto T1s the set of the sa1l and not the gale That d6CldeS the way you go Flower Colors Bachelor Button Blue and Gold Baccalaureate serv1ce at Bapt1st Church june 22 1941 Class N1ght exerc1ses june 23 1941 Commencement exerclses june 24 1941 Commencement Address by Mr Iul1us Kmg aalutatorlan Beatrlce Westllng Val edxctorxan Harold Munson Now mn the Unlted States Navy Charles Derby Paul Blasdell and Fred Boswell Z' . ., y H, , y 7 7 J 3 Y ' Y ' I , , ' 9 Y I Y 2 ! Secretary ............. Dorothy Danielson K6 - . . U 7 7 I 7 ! I , l-ILUUIHI HHU5 Pres1dent Elmer Dav1s Treasurer Gordon Anderson VlC6 Pres1dent Luc1lle Taft Olofson H1stor1an Dorothy Moore Secretary LOIS Morton Young Trustees john Atk1ns Lloyd Mack1e Paul1ne Anderson I have Just flh1Shed 1ook1ng through the pages of Alumn1 1n the Memory Book of Alma Mater and I have found tl1at she has good reason to be very proud of her sons and daughters Partlcu larly th1s year she presents a representat1ve group of a natlon all out for V1ctory Shall we glance through the last four classes? For whlle F H S has produced many outstandxng people 1n po11t1cs and bus1ness lt IS these newer classes who are now takmg the1r places as proud Clt xzens of U b A The class of '41 has already three boys 1n the Navy Charles Derby Paul Blasdell and Fred Boswell Sh1rley Quamtance Helen Long Dor1s Wlckmark and Beatr1ce Westl1ng are 1n Buslness College while Harold Munson IS stlll gett1ng honors at Alfred Extenslon Barbara Adams johnson and jean Waldo Crandall are Chlef cook and bottle washers Martm Fenton 1S engaged 111 the fxne art of cutt1ng wood Dorothy Dan1elson and Grace Colburn are work1ng g1rls wh1le Ruth Classon and V1rg1n1a Hanson are 1n W C A and jones General Hospxtals, respect1vely Allle Nelson and Mar1lyn Fa1rbanks are at Fredonla Al11e at the Normal and Mar1lyn 1n Murphy s Gordon Anderson has been at Wanakena College s1nce March 17 1942 In the class of 1940 Dorothy Moore Jane Strong and M1lton S1gworth are 1n college Ver land Dan1elson Dor1s Eggleston Allen Anderson are 1n Bus1ness College and Sh1rley W1gren lS at Alfred W1l11s Hale and Carl Swanson are 1n the Army Donald Bla1r IS an undertaker at the Garrxty Ftmeral Home Margaret Moore Anderson Emmy Lou Stanton Olson and Dor1s Kenyon Gustafson are marr1ed and Enos johnson wooed and won Barbara at last V1rg1n1a Taylor IS worklng for the Telephone Corporat1on 1n Buffalo Betty Peterson IS a beaut1c1an Dorothy Eng blom and EISIE Slsson are at home Alverna Ma1nwar1ng IS 1n Murphy s Dorothy Hauenste1n lS 1n Furn1ture Index and Mary Wetmore IS 1n Marl1n Rockwell The remalnder of the boys are mak mg themselves useful 1n shops Leonard L1tt1ef1eld 1n Marlm Rockwell Myron Peasly 1n Sterllng Donald Dav1s 1n Crescent Tool Ralph Peters 1n Hopes Wmdows and Lenward Bullock 1n Maddox Robert Walker IS 1n Malleable and Allyn Sheldon IS dr1v1ng truck Wallace W1ckmark IS at Wana kena College From the 1939 class Dorothy Stanley and Sh1rley Vandewark are at Houghton and Un1vers1ty of Buffalo Delores Oberg Marvel Lou1s Blood Cheney Norma Cheney Anderson El1zabeth W1lts1e Cowan L1ll1an Hanson RICE M1ldred Atk1ns Munger Bessxe Long Cheney are marr1ed EISIC Gus tafson IS w1th the Nurses A1d Dorothy Suckow IS w1th Monarch Fuse and V1rg1n1a Stoddard IS a Dental Ass1stant for Dr L1ndblom Mar1or1e W1ckmark IS a beaut1c1an at Cla1re s and we under stand Dor1s Walte IS 1n Washmgton D C 1n ClVll SCYVICC Lester Eklund lS with Webber Napp George R1ce IS w1th Marlln Rockwell and john Klodczak 1S 1n an Erxe Defense factory Emory Bennett IS employed by Chappell Lumber Alv1n Bullock by Maddox Gerald Bennett by Anderson Mllker Co and Carl W1lzen by lamestown Baklng Co Herbert Classon lS at Klmg s Herbert Elmore lS 1n Crescent Tool and Norman Carlson IS a Studebaker Mechamc Harold Peterson lS a farmer From the class of 38 Barbara Malmqulst IS at Bryant Stratton 1n Buffalo and W1l11am Reardon IS on the Westfleld Farms Dorothy Dye Stophel Gladys Alun Hokanson W1n1fred Anderson Westman V1rg1n1a Carlson Atk1ns Betty Fenton Marsh Phyll1s Fox Roland Dorothy Fuller Erxckson 7 , . , . . . , ' - - - Y Y 7 ' 1 1 1 1 , . 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I . 1 - ' ' , 1 . , 1 3 7 Y 7 Lyndle johnson Berg S1gna johnson Long and Luc1lle Taft Olafson are housewwes Beulah B1ork Helen Sheldon and Al1ce Swanson are nurses W1ll1s Hayes IS work1ng at the Kane Commuters Hospltal and Mar3or1e Larson 1S 1n the W C A Hosp1ta1 1n jamestown L11113.I'l Watkms and Gen evleve Anderson are workmg 1n Bradford Ruth Blasdell 15 attend1ng Fredoma Normal Norman Davls IS 1n Hope College 1n M1ch1gan Mary Gulld lS 1n Buffalo State Teachers College and Walter Stanton IS at Allegheny ln Meadv1lle John Kerrm lb 1n the Army jane R1ce IS work1ng 1n B1ge lows Lucy Long IS at home V1ola Donelson IS 1n Weber Knapps and Loye Donelson 15 a farmer and preacher And that IS the roll call for the last four classes The pages have been hard to dec1pher and the mk has faded 1n some places Perhaps we have quoted 1naccurac1es and 1f so we apolo g1Z6 And It IS f1tt1ng that we thank Iean Waldo Crandall for turnmg the pages and dustmg the they w111 be helpers 1n the great work of carrymg th1s country on to V1ctory ALMA MATER SONG tTune of T111 We Meet Agam J There s a school 1n the heart of Chautauqua That we love as our own Frewsburg H1gh Through 1ts classrooms and halls ThlS sweet echo falls As we Meet at our I-hgh School Alumnl CHORUS Frewsburg Hlgh we gather here aga1n Frewsburg H1gh we Slng the same refra1n Our years w1th you were not 1n va1n We love you st1ll Oh Alma Mater Frewsburg H1gh that name lb eyer dear May the h11ls re echo far and near T111 all thy sons and daughters hear The pruse of Frewsburg H1gh May thy ch1ldrcn e er honor thee Frewsburg And g1ye cred1t where cred1t 1s due May they ne er br1ng to shame Thy respected old name, And to all of thy teachmgs be ever true CHORUS Ruby Nelson Wa rn , . . , . . y covers. We look with pride on the Alumni of F. H. S. in all their fields of work, for we know ln . . I! ,, J 4 4 1 JUHIUH ELHES Officers: Pres.- Edwin Classon V. Pres.- Sherman Larson Sec.- Eleanor Gustafson Treas.- Virginia Akin Student Council- Mildred Davis, Gleason Sheldon First Row Phyllis Suckow Gleason Sheldon Ir fStudent Council Repj Sherman Larson fVlC8 Presidentj Edwin Classon fPres1dentJ Eleanor Gustafson fSecretaryl Virginia Akin 1Treas urerj Mildred Davis CStudent Council Repl Anna Bush Second Row Beverly Kerrin Betty Atkms june Taylor Marguerite Carlson Maxine Lawson Verna jean Stoddard Beatrice Smedley Mary Warn Marian Jacobson Stephen Kachur tAdv1sorJ Third Row Florine Donelson Elizabeth Meleen Walter Stanton Patricia Anms Robert Swanson Nancy Lou Kyle ROLL CALL Edwin Classon Sherman Larson Gleason Sheldon Robert Swanson Cecil Peters Virginia Akin Patricia Annis Betty Atkins Anna Bush Marguerite Carlson Mildred Davis Florence Donelson Eleanor Gustafson Marlan Jacobson Beverly Kerrin Nancy Lou Kyle Maxine Lawson Elizabeth Meleen Beatrice Smedley Verna Stoddard june Taylor Mary Warn HOBBY Bemus Point Pitching horse shoes Bowling Hiking Arguing Drawing Riding Cars Match Folders Chasing with Butch Letter writing Collecting history detention slips Telling jokes Roller Skating Murray Paul Shorty s Place fDown Southj Making excuses for any and all occasions Men Reading Reading Buying Hats Chevys Ring Collecting PET HATE Assignments Dressing up Tall Dames Stuck ups CSnobsJ Teedy fnicknamej Getting up in the morning Gossips Gossips Red Hair Brothers Iokes I dont see any Jokes Oysters Short Fellows Conceit Sitting home Navy Regulations Men Gossip Be Gossiping fellows and Fords jealous people Crowd at Spa ' " D 3 v ' ' ' 1 . 7 y 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' " s s y r 1 P l Y 7 7 " v v v 1 1 - - - - 4 UP Walter Stanton Girls Girls ' ' If - ,Y l . . a n , In . , 2 , , . - 1 - u n THE EHPHUHIUHE ELHS5 1st row left to rlght Jane Peterson Allene Jacobson Wallace Fenton Jack Sheldon Basll Bunce Ethel Glbbs Joyce Hauenstem Jean Causebrook 2nd row left to rlght Wendell Strong Charles W1gren Chadlne Anderson Jean Gustafson V1rg1n1a Gustafson Rosann Anderson Rhea Anderson Ruth Kllne Edward Moore Howard Peterson Mlss Anderson 3rd row left to rlght Edward Derby Charles Bova Harold Anderson Raymond Tyler Ivan Johnson Ivan K11ne Dav1d Wl1tSl6 Thomas Atkms R1chard Werner Francxs Seekms Absent Donald Whlte Clara Slsson Leona Johnson John Nelson Gladys Hanson Lawrence Keefe I-Iarrlson Mackenz1e Julxa Mackenz1e THE FHEEHHIHH ELHEE s row left to r1ght N1na Lup1ca Madelme Phxlhps Percy Ph1ll1ps Rosalxe Fenton Floyd Garfleld Phyllls Crow Calv1n K11ne Francls Dallas Jacquellne Benson Esther Boyle n row left to rlght Mary Anna Gerhardt, Yet ive Burch Helen Alun Betty Engblom Al1ce Wr1ght Kathryn Wa1d C1ar1ce Wasberg Betty L1ndahl Joyce Wilder Mlss Velma L Wa1te r row left to r1ght Rosemary Kenyon Roderxck Rmell John Kocur Wayne Taylor Everett Burch Harold Adams Dav1d Johnson Donald W1lson Betty Johnson 4th row left to r1ght Cla1r Munson Jack Jones, DeForest Warn George Taft Clyde Eugene Taylor Stephen Seeklns Burton Eklund Absent Donald Benson Robert Keefe, R1chard W1gren Frederick Coons, Robert Mosher Kenneth Hale, Dor1s Emley Betty Gesaman Fred Walrod Q ,J I , " 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' "' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 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" 1 1 1 1 , . : 1 1 1 1 1 ' EMHIH HHHUE Back Row Stand1ng Charles Engstrom Harold Iohnson La Verne Duell Donald Bush james Shugert Basley L1ndboom Fred Nelson Donald Ma1nwar1ng Eugene Eccles Morrxs Blasdell Mlddle Row Standmg Gerald Mara Vmcent Sheldon Fred Smedley Denn1e Wllder joan Hlldum Al1ce Nelson Darwln Dye jack Davidson Maurlce Swanson Leroy Wlgren Mr Nelson Front Row Seated Mar1e Classon Barbara Taylor Verna jean Gustafson Dorothy Blalr Mary Dallas O11ve Martm Arlene Wxltsxe Zoe Aan Cr1st Marxlyn L1mberg SEVEHIH EHHUE Back Row Gordon Ryberg George Whltman Donald Gustafson Vxctor Anderson Lyle Atkins Frank Becker Donald Grxffxn Chester Haley Robert Long Stanley Meleen Second Row from rear Wllllam Stanton Thomas Spencer Darold Frantz George Anderson Frank Wr1ght Robert Peters james Howard Roger Annis Rxchard Nylander Leroy Van Tassel Mr Glas1er Thxrd Row from rear Gerald Hudson Clede Bush, Marvel Cheney jane Blackmer Phyllxs Kxught Janette Waldo Anna Engblom Gordlne Anderson Dorothy Rowley Wayne Nelson Front Row Al1ce Blood Genevleve Wllllams Hazel Wllson janet Cass Mary Adams Ruth W1lts1e Eleanor Garfxeld Carolyn Warn Phyllxs W11tS16 jean Llttlefxeld Absent Clarence W1lts1e, Gerald1ne Spxgnard, Ralph Erxckson, Leroy Seekxns, Prxscllla Latona. f 5 - - 1 ff 1 1 al 1 A V .1 4: 1' . lv. , I A f .Q f i 1 ' 1' z. 5 ...q "' 1 1 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 -- Y , Y 5 7 , 7 Y 3 l ' ' '- 1 1 1 1 ! 7 1 A J ' f Q 3 S A lf ., 'Pg' ' 'v 9 I . 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Left to Rxght F1rst Row V1ola Stanton Emma Haley Chfford W1lts1e Beverly Johnson Quentln Whxte Second Row Evelyn I-Iamxlton Dorls Taylor Gordon Sheldon Kala Taylor Fred Dye Joyce Munsnn Th1rd Row B1lly Cass El1nor Klme Ruth Stanton Fred Knapp Bobby Tyler Betty Lou Wr1ght Fourth Row Mona Walker Ross Eccles R1chard Causebrook Dorothy Martln Evelyn Duell F1fth Row Jun1or Walker Coland Suckow Mar1an Davls Ruth Slagle B1lly Boyle Bessle Sheldon HHH EHHUE Wayne Ak1n Gordon Barton Frances Becker Glen B1rt Jamce Blasdell Betty Blood Barbara Carlson Nancy Cass Therese Garf1eld Charles H1ldum Teddy Jackson Rxchard Johnson Davld Latona Russell Lup1ca Joyce Martm Jamce Meleen John Meleen Gladys Ph11l1ps B1lly Ph1llips, Joy Rounds Marcla Rugg Joanne Ryberg Autumn Suckow Joyce Th1erf1eldt Jeanette Wa1d Clemence Whxte M1ldred W1gren Pau11ne W1lson Mary Ann W1lts1e L1ll1an Wrlght Polly Wr1ght Jenrue Wrxght, Mae W1lk1ns Teacher Althea Bremmer L1 4 .. -W S ' m L A t : Y 7 Y Y ' : I Y Y Y Y Y 'Z Y Y Y Y Y ' I Y Y Y Y ' : Y Y Y Y Y ' I ,f ,I - A f fl, ' Y Y Y Y Y Y Y . Y Y Y Y Y I Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ' Y l Y . Y Y Y Y Y Y 7 y 9 ruunmunnuf yy Roland B1l1qu1st Fred Brxtaln Harold Classon Dylmna Colburn Nancy Cr1st Florence Gustafson Roger Haglund Rlchard Howard Barbara johnson Edna Kllne Iosephlne Lup1ca Dorothy Nelson Roger Nelson Dolores Olson Kerrnxt Rxnell George Robbms Carol Seekms janet Swanson W1ll1am Walte Raymond W1ckmark Marlene Wr1ght Absent Lloyd Latona Delbert Seekms IHIHU GHHUE Nancy Becker jane Buchanan Avxs Chandler Nancy Ehrhart Phyl1s Ehrhart Donna Mae Greene Wlllxam Greene Frederxck Haley Floyd H1ller Ir Nancy Iohnson Rodney Kmght Edwm Markham Charles Oberg Donalene Olson Lou1s Reed Herbert Robbms john Rounds Le Roy Rounds Barbara Sheldon joan Sheldon Betty Spencer Geneva Trask Dan Turney Rrchard Whxte Beverly Wllder Lucla Ann Wflght jamce Young Teacher Mrs Estella Porter ' . 1 a s 1 1 s a 1 9 1 1 9 s V 1 J s 7 1 x ' . , . -J . S ..mz,...l 3 6 9 1 I y 1 Q Y. ' 9 x 1 'y n Y 1 9 1 J 9 u l V y 7 x v 9 7 1 y ' gg sfnunu annul Donovan Bengtson, Clyde Blackmer, Evelyn Blair, Allen Blasdell, Donna Bova, Thomas Boyle James Buchanan Ronald Colburn Frank Engblom Donald Erickson Ronald Greene Charles Greene Joanne Haglund George Himes Carolyn Holmquist, Howard johnson Carol Jean johnson Dorothy Knight Elaine Meleen Beverly Rinell Claybourne Sager Theodore Seekins Peter Sheats Donald Underwood Reginald White Lois Mae Wiltsie Arthur Wright Sandra Young Absent Janice Bjork Teacher Mary Delaney FIRST EHHHE 1' I Idabelle Annis, Ioy Barber, Constance Blood, Raymond Boyd, Darwin Colburn, Joan Damelson, Harold Erikson, Clair Fiske, Eugene Hixnes, Barbara Lind, Pauline Markham, Virginia Moore David Munson, Richard Nelson, Carl Nixon, Legor Poda, Lovis Poda, Ellen Reed, Shirley Sheldon, Jean Swanson, Cecelia Wright. Absent Robert Colburn, Ethel Waite. Teacher: Lillian Anderson Practice Teacher: Kathleen Wambold MIHHEHEHHIEH 6 Beverly Bengston, Beverly Colburn Harold Colburn, Norman Crow W11l1am Dallas Ernest L Danxelson Rlchard Lee Darlmg Ann Mar1e Erlkson, Nancy Hiller Ioyce Halmqmst Dawn Mar1e johnson, Robert johnson Sam Keefe, Helen Loulse Laughlm Bryon L1mberg R1chard Lucas Gwendolyn Meleen, Mary jane Nelson, Rlchard Nixon, john Th1erfeldt Garry Wa1d Benjamxn Whlte Susan Whlte, Nancy W1lts1e john Young Absent Joyce Bova, Martm jose, Kenneth Robbms Teacher L11l1an Anderson Practlce Teacher Irene R1chardson "fn " 'WWA Wm- Li in -nIi"" arf, wma an' X 'MW ,qggsxvma on 'Wwe Pl ground r 9 9 ' v 1 1 1 9 y 9 J v 1 , . V 4' . , v' -X vi f. 1 Q, A I. - 5- 1. '- ?3' 4 ' ' ,Jia f,. 1 Q 'V A -' - - 'nh L., . C . fg'.', 3 n, Nh, ' A. ' 3 .V tn lb: R +-'V' ' -4 ' zanliv' ,'-.s- ' .' '.-. , D A , 1 ,. . . 4 . . Y' . l. . A , , , ' ,',,'-f ' . ' N --if, 4 T121 ' 3 S., 1-if-.v A v . 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K ,- ' 0 Q ' 'Q G , , X' 1 JU UH SEHIUH PHUIH U1 11411 4I 'fc iff Those who attended the thxrd annual Iumor benxor Promenade on the 16th of May 1941 felt as though the hxgh school gymnas1um had been transported to the beach Sa1lboats f1sh beach furmture and a llght house lent th1s atmosphere To the muslc of Iunmy Maybee s band the regal couple Kxng Charles Derby and Queen jean Waldo chosen by popular vote were crowned by the prevxous year s royal couple Kxng W11l1s Hale and Queen Alverna Mamwarxng The attendants were benxors ahxrley Qualntance Gordon Anderson Iumors Audrey Engblom and Robert Anderson Great credlt xs due the decoratlng comnuttee for the effect they ach1eved Speclal cred1t for the decoratxons goes to V1rg1n1a and Clayton Akxn for lendmg thexr ab1l1ty as artlsts We wxsh to express our thanks to jean Waldo the general chaxrman of the event to the Mlsses Ida and Velma Walte who are always wxllmg to lend a helplng hand when they are needed and to all the others that helped make the event successful H 1 HI x fs' ' - 'ffy '51 ff . 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Y . 7 Officers Presxdent jack Sheldon Secretary gl Treasurer Nancy Lou Kyle Llbrarlans june Taylor Eleanor Gustafson Harold Adams Vlrgxma Akm Harold Anderson Margaret Arnold Madellne BJork Morrls Blasdell Edwm Classon Jack Dav1dson Homer Dav1s Marlan Dav1s Mxldred Dav1s Wallace Fenton Floyd Garf1eld Mary Ann Gerhardt Eleanor Gustafson Clavln Klme Ruth Klme Nancy Lou Kyle Sherman Larson Edward Moore John Nelson Madelme Ph1ll1ps Percy Phxlllps Jack Sheldon june Taylor Jean Gustafson Allene Jacobson Mary Warn Patr1c1a Ann1s Phyll1s Suckow Dlrector Robert Seymour Twenty flve members comprlse the Concert Band The pr1nc1pal concert was presented on Aprxl 17 prlor to partxcxpatlon ln the New York State contest at Hamburg There are many begin mng lnstrumentallsts who are promlsmg prospects for a blgger and better band next year The baton twlrlers and band partlcxpated ln several parades dur1ng the Sprlng The Pep Band IS com posed of 16 members chosen from the ranks of the Concert Band It has presented many success ful shows for the beneflt of our v1s1t1ng basketball teams The members have worked d1l1gent1y w1th thexr dlrector 1n order to present mtrlcate marchxng maneuvers and letter formatlons Pres1dent Madelme Byork V1ce Presldent Edwm Classon Secretary Edward Moore Dlrector Robert Seymour SOPRANOS Maxlne Lawson Betty Ann Sheldon Mxldred Dav1s Rosann Anderson Geraldlne Wtlson Roberta Engstrom Rosalie Fenton Frances Dallas Clarxce Wasberg N1na Lup1ca Phyllxs Suckow Paullne Parsons Mary Parsons Phyllxs Crow ALTOS Chadlne Anderson jane Peterson Nancy Lou Kyle Ruth Klme Grace Turney Eleanor Gustafson Margaret Arnold Madeline Bjork Kathryn Wa1d June Taylor Betty Johnson Allene Iacobson Patrlcxa Ann1s Ioycellauensteln Iean Gustafson Mary Warn Ethel G1bbs TENORS Wallace Fenton Edward Moore Roderick Rxnell Sherman Larson Harold Anderson Edward Derby Clalr Munson BASSES jack Sheldon Rxchard Werner Percy Phxllxps Homer Dav1s Floyd Garf1eld Ivan Kllne Robert Anderson Edwm Classon Bruce Johnson The chorus group IS made up of f1fty mixed vo1ces chosen from the Sen1or Hlgh School students They have been act1 ve 1n several programs presented ln the school durlng the past year The chorus attended the state contest at Hamburg I t A 1 .. f 4 1, 1 1 1 1 l . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 ' . 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BHTUH HUIHLEHS The baton tw1rlers are the sxx g1rls who have cooperated to the ut most wmth the band and drum mayor to present spectacular entertaln ment at the basketball games and other school functxons Patrlcla Anms Phyllxs Suckow Mary Warn jean Gustafson Allene Jacobson V1rg1n1a Akln Edward Derby Instructor Robert Seymour EHHEH LEHUEHS The new mascots Susan Whlte and Gerry Wald both f1ve years of age have had a very suc cessful year ln cheerlead mg Th1s 1nnovat1on 1n our cheerleadlng sect1on should help bulld up a f1ne group of cheerleaders 1n years to come It has al ready been demonstrated that th1s IS a very flne addxtxon to our cheermg sectlon and that they real ly know how to rece1ve the response of the cheermg sectlon Left to Rlght Mascot Garry Wald Ethel Glbbs Clarlce Washerg Chadme Anderson Kathryn Wa1d Mascot Susan Whlte Dxrector Stephen Kachur The cheerleaders Ethel G1bbs Kathryn Wald Chad1ne Anderson and Clarlce Wasberg, have worked hard gettxng the cheers over to the cheerlng sectxon Wlth the regular cheers and many new ones the cheerleaders have had a successful year bomethmg new to F H S are the cartwheels fl1ps and dlfferent formauons whlch have been made possxble through the cooperatlon of Mr Wood and Mr Kachur The cheerleaders are very grateful for the response whlch they recelved from the cheerlng sectxon - 1 f ' - J 1 .I gg P- . 4 2 A 5 WJ9 ' it V ,WW g y x 1 - ' v v s y - ' Y 1 Y v 1 v v 1 , . I , 1 . . . . . . . y , President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Advi or Ruth Kline Maxine Lawson Marian Jacobson Florine Donelson Evelyn Anderson Standing Left to Right Genevieve Williams Phyllis Knight Eleanor Garfield Ivan johnson Florine Donelson Basley Lindboom Maxine Lawson Miss Anderson Denme Wilder Maurice Swanson Seated Alice Blood Ruth Kline Marian Jacobson The purpose of our First Aid Club is to learn what to do and how to do it when first aid is needed some of the things which we have discussed are Broken bones, bandaging war gases contagious diseases artificial respiration poisoning and other emergencies LIHHHHH IILUH President ......... Vice President becretary ......... Arlene W1ltSl6 Mary Adams Olive Martin Treasurer ........ Phyllis Wiltsie Advisor .......... Mary H. Frew Mary Adams jane Blackmer, Miss Frew Verna jean Gustafson Olive Martin Betty Meleen Dorothy Rowley Beatrice Smedley Barbara Taylor Arlene Wiltsie Phyllis Wiltsie George Whitman The aim of the Library Club is to learn library work. We have had experience in mending books and placing them on the shelves. Other library work has been taken up. The club is made up of the younger members of the high school and we hope to develop some future librarians. Re- freshments are served after each meeting. HHEI HIU BLUE HH HHH HTH HUH5 HHH! ELUH fi Presxdent John Nelson Ethel Glbbs Vlce Presxdent Floyd Garfleld Kathryn Wald Secretary Edward Derby Phyllls Suckow Treasurer Basll Bunce Clarlce Wasberg Advisor Carlton Wood Left to Rlght Standmg Rxchard Nylander Fred Nelson La Verne Duell Eugene Eccles john Kocur Robert Peters Ray Slagle Harold Johnson Donald Gr1ff1n On backs Gerald Hudson Charles Engstrom Darwm Dye Morr1s Blasdell Fred Smedley Roger Anms Vlncent Sheldon Le Roy Wlgren Gordon Ryberg Front Seated james Howard Sponsor Davld M Nelson The Gym club thls year has been d1v1ded lnto three groups boxlng club seventh and elghth grade tumbllng and hlgh school tumblmg The boxlng and hlgh school tumbllng are under the dlrectxon of coach Wood Mr Nelson has charge of the seventh and e1ghth grade tumblers Every other Wednesday the last two perxods IS a tlme of fl1ck1ng mltts and buckling knees when the members of the boxlng club start thelr bouts The1r amb1t1on lS to gam experlence and have some fun Mr Nelson s group has accompllshed some good gymnastlcs They have used the followlng equlpment Sprmg board horse parallel bars and mats A system of two spotters has been made to help prevent acc1dents Mr Wood has helped the boys learn to construct about twenty d1fierent human pyramlds Gymnastlc work has been done on the sprmg board and horse Feats of d1v1ng fllpplng and gymnastlc stunts have been performed The club lS proud to report that there have been no accldents ln the1r maneuvers thls year HIGH SEHUUL GHIH ELUB if Basll Bunce janet Cass Edward Derby Rosal1e Fenton Floyd Garfleld Ethel Glbbs Kenneth Hale Davld Johnson Betty Lmdahl jean Llttlefleld Cla1r Munson john Nelson Howard Peterson Phyllls Suckow George Taft Neom1 Trask Kathryn Wald Clarlce Wasberg R1chard Werner Rlchard Wlgren Donald Wllson Ruth Wl1tSl8 Sponsor Coach Carlton Wood . . . . . . . . . . ..... -- ' 9 1 Y Y 9 Y 3 ' 1 i' 7 , 7 9 7 7 I 7 , . ' Y , . . . . a n . Y 7 . . ' - , 1 - u n . , , . , . y e v 2 Rig -qgifffy.R V L V tt.. ,W M f l h 5,-,lyk , W - A-J pt - .w , , , G, ,V ,Q . ,,, 1 'fy' 'lf 1 7 aw: X f K L- , .I , , . ,i - - l A y v y v 9 ' v s s 1 Y Y v v 1 1 Y Y x 1 V ' HUXIHE CLUB Freder1ck Coons Iack Davldson Chester Haley Le Roy VanTasse1 Robert Mosher Wayne Taylor Wayne Nelson Clarence Wl1tSl9 Le Roy Seek1ns Wood tggggg ggujung Faculty Bowlmg Team The Faculty Bowlmg Team took honors for en po1nts 1n League A at the Kyle and Llttle Alleys The Capta1n of the team Stephen Kachur got s1ngle hxgh game pr1ze 1n the league w1th a score of 241 rolled durlng the last match of the season Prmclpal Sanborn served as presmdent of league A Left tc Rlght Carlton Wood, Stephen Kachur Captam, Leland Sanborn Presmdent Robert Seymour Charles Glasler Plcture taken ln the Frewsburg Bowlmg Alleys Y' . . 1 973 . I X H R is X f I C , ny . , lt, 4 , I 9 I A A7 3 7 Y 7 7 ! 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W P I " H ' . 1 l . v ' 5 3 UHHWHTE ELUH Presldent Mlldred Davls Vlce Presxdent Esther Boyle secretary Eleanor Gustafson Treasurer june Taylor 5-8 Iicquellne Benson Dorothy Blalr Esther Boyle Clede Bush Marwcl Cheney Marle Classon Franc s Dallas Mlldred Davls Anna Engblom Mary Anna Gerhardt Eleanor Gustafson Don ald Gustafson jean Gustafson Delores Hanson joan Hlldum Marllyn Llmberg Stanley Meleen Ir Alice Nelson Madellne Phllllps Barbara Taylor june Txylor Raymond Tyler Carolyn Warn Advlsor Mrs Sanborn The Dramatlc Club under the able leadershlp of Mrs Leland C .Sanborn has accompllshed a great deal th1s year Besldes worklng on make up and stage flat palntlng for the senlor Play several boys have made a llttle theater and everybody has worked on proper posture speaklng and actlons on the stage SEWING BLUE Presldent Joyce Hauensteln Vlce Presldent Leona johnson secretary Dor1s Emley Treasurer Vlrglma Gustafson Adv1sor Mrs Lucy B Llttle Rhea Anderson Rosann Anderson Yetlve Burch lean Causebrook Dor1s Emley Betty Gesaman Vlrglma Gustafson Gladys Hanson Ioyce Hauensteln Leona johnson Florence Seeklns Am Walters Absent Vlrglnla Gustafson Sponsor Mrs Lucy Llttle Thls lb the flrst year that the students of F H b have had the opportumty of Jommg a semng Club Credlt for the success of the organlaauon goes to Mrs Lucv B Llttle our adv1sor who has so patlently dlrected our lndlvldual projects In order to provlde sewlng machlnes for the workers meetmgs have been held ln the town l1brary assembly hall To raxse money the club has sold sewmg kxts , - . 9 , G l 5 I ' 2 . . . l . . 1, . . . 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K '- . . i . , Y 4 Q ' UHHEIHB CLUB Presmdent Robert C Anderson V1ce Presxdent Audrey Engblom Secretary Roberta Engstrom Treasurer Betty Ann Sheldon Propert1es Homer Dav1s Adv1sor Mlss Velma L Wa1te Clayton Ak1n V1rg1nla Ak1n Chadme Anderson Gordme Anderson Robert Anderson Patrlcxa Annls Edwm Classon Zoe Ann Cr1st Phyll1s Crow Mary Dallas Homer Dav1s Audrey Engblom Betty Engblom Roberta Engstrom Darold Frantz Lols Hudson Allenejacobson Betty johnson Bruce johnson Rosemary Kenyon Beverly Kerrm Ivan Klme Nancy Lou Kyle Pr1sc1lla Latona Robert Long N1na Lupxca Iulxa Mackenz1e Harrxson Mackenz1e Maxme Porter john Seekms Betty Ann Sheldon Gleason Sheldon Iames Shugert Thomas Spencer W1l11am Stan ton Walter Stanton Verna jean Stoddard Grace Turney Jeanette Waldo Mary Warn Joyce Wxlder Geraldme W1lson Our Danclng Club was orgamzed to brlng the fundamentals of danc1ng to the students It IS one of the largest and most act1ve of our clubs That all the members may be on the floor at one tlme the meetmgs are held 1n the aud1tor1um of the Town Hall We have had lessons on several 1S dlffxcult and we w1sh to thank M1ss Velma L Wa1te and Mr Robert Seymour for the1r serv1ces 1 Pres1dent ack Sheldon V1ce Pres1dent Wallace Fenton Secretary jane Peterson Treasurer Marguerlte Carlson Adv1sor Stephen Kachur Thomas Atklns Anna Bush Arnold Bush Donald Benson Marguerxte Carlson Wallace Fenton Calvln Klme Edward Moore jane Peterson Roder1ck Rlnell jack Sheldon De Forest Warn Charles Wlgren, Mr Kachur Adv1sor Absent Lawerence Keefe Robert Keefe Allen Wxgren The Photography Club has equlpped a dark room and the members have been learn1ng how to develop f1lms and prmt p1ctures They have been makmg an enlarger and a box pr1nter Thxs club was organlzed for the purpose of creatxng an mterest m the art of photography l A a I . A ' H v A ' I A 1- . v t v y l ' 7 Y 7 7 ! Y 7 7 Y ! 7 . ! ! 7 Y 7 7 ! 7 7 ! I 7 . Y Y 9 Y 7 1 3 A 7 7 7 l 1 1 3 . y . , . . 5 steps: The tango, waltz, and variations of the fox-trot. Due to the number of members, direction , . . . 1 , , 4 4 i. l TI . . . . . I -I , i , V. - . . . . , ' 9 5 s A 1 ' 1 Q S 1 5 3 5 S -- 9 9 ' - HIH HHIH UIHHHEHS Bottom Row Eleanor Gustafson June Taylor Homer Dav1s Roberta Engstrom, M1ldred Dav1s Mlddle Row Wallace Fenton Jack Sheldon Ivan Kl1ne Robert C Anderson Basxl Bunce Gleason Sheldon Top Row Mr Sanborn Mr Nelson Mxss Velma Wa1te Mlss Bremmer, Mr Kachur Mr Wood Absent Allen Wxgren F H S IS prepared for an a1r rald 1n case that emergency arlses F1ve members of the faculty have been appo1nted as a1r razd wardens, w1th twelve students as Jumor a1r raxd wardens At the a1r rald slgnal, an mtermxttent r1ng1ng of the class bell the wardens take the1r pos1t1ons throughout the bluldmg and the students qu1ckly f1le 1nto the lower hall The faculty wardens pa trol the school and the Jumor wardens keep order among the students All the a1r rald wardens are ldentxfled by whlte arm bands Several dr1lls have shown the students what to do and dr1lls functlon as smoothly and qu1ckly as f1re dr1lls IHHFFE ELUH Capta1n Calvm Kl1ne Sergeant Rosalxe Fenton Sergeant Cla1r Munson Lleutenant N1na Luplca Lleutenant Harold Adams Back Row DeForest Warn Percy Ph1ll1ps Davld johnson Roder1ck Rlnell George Taft Gerald Mara Mlddle Row Madelxne Ph1ll1ps Joyce Wxlder Kathryn Wald Clar1ce Wasberg Iacquelme Benson Front Row N1ne Luplca Harold Adams Calvm Klme Cla1r Munson Rosalle Fenton Absent Donald Benson Among the var1ous actlve orgamzatxons of the n1nth grade Economlc C1t1zensh1p Class under the supervlslon of Mlss Ida L Waxte IS the Frewsburg Hlgh School Patrol Squad sponsored by the Jamestown Automoblle Club The purpose of thls organ1zat1on IS to prevent accldents due to carelessness of students on the street and 1n the hall dur1ng crowded periods The patrol has also adopted the duty of keepmg the drlnklng fountams free from the students chewlng gum e benxors candy wrappers the jumors m1lk bottle caps, and so forth At one txme or another at least half the class has served on the squad We would llke to take th1s opportumty to thank the students for the1r cooperatxon w1th and obed1ence to the patrol f "JJ a:....i V P.1..1 r --1 ' ' 1 y v ' ' ' 9 v s ' y 1 ' ' . , . y , . , . . v , . ' Q 5 'A . . 4' , . 1 , . 5 . . , 5 ' ' 'i , ' . - - , y v Y Q ' ' 9 v 1 y ' ' 1 v v 1 ' 1 . , , J , . I . 1 . . , . , . FHM EUUUTS Sm, above e Boy Scouts in Frewsburg to become Eagle Scouts. The mothers of the Scouts are pin- ning the highly coveted award on the boys. From left to right are Mr. and Mrs Oscar Classon, Scout Edwin Classon, Mr. Raymond Akin Scout Clay- ton Ak1n and Mrs Ak1n Both of the Scouts worked together durmg the1r Scout1ng days and have served Troop 12 of Frews burg as Junior leaders They both belong to the Order of the Arrow the Nat1onal Boy Scout Camp Honor SOC1ety The Eagle Badges were presented to them at a speclal meetmg 1n May 1941 by Raymond Samuel son ass1stant d1str1ct commls s1oner The scoutmaster was Carlton Wood Pro Robert Anderson QSergeant at Armsl Bas1l Bunce Edwm Classon Homer Davxs QPres1dentJ Jack Sheldon Gleason Sheldon fTreasurerJ Walter Stanton Allen W1gren Presldent Homer Dav1s Secretary Sherman Larson V1ce Pres1dent Lawrence Grundstrom Treasurer Gleason Sheldon Sergeant at Arms Robert C Anderson The Frewsburg H1 Y has been qu1te act1 ve 1n membersh1p and 1n school act1v1t1es It has attended varlous other schools H1 Y s Recently It undertook the task of publ1sh1ng a school pa per The Echo' wh1ch has been carr1ed out successfully For the entertamment of those who rema1n at school durmg lunch hour the H1 Y has shown short com1c movxes chargmg a small ad m1ss1on fee to cover rental charges for f1lms The purpose of the H1 Y IS to create mamtaxn and extend throughout the school and commun1ty h1gh standards of Chr1st1an character The H1 Y platform IS clean speech clean sports clean l1v1ng and clean scholarshxp 4 . rl ' v A ' 1 ill V Wallace Fentong Ivan Klineg Sherman, Larson fSec1:etaryJg Edward ,Mooreg john Nelsong Iohn Seekinsg vnnsuu tmstu tml mum o 3 A xl HW fws, Wulf Jhy Varslty Team Coach Wood s varslty team durmg 41 42 had a fatrly successful season endmg 1n 1 t1e for 4th place ln the le tgue standmgs The competltxon ln the league was very keen w1th many closely k t tn nme succes contested games Durmg the mlddle of the season the Frewsburg team too par SlV6 ball games whtch were declded by three polnts or less The hlghllghts of the season were probably the one polnt defeat by Celoron and the two wms over Chautauqua Frewsburg was the only team to twxce defeat Chautauqua who was to the champlons the runnerup Forwards The lettermen were as follows Guards Robert C Anderson and Allen W1gren jack Sheldon and Cecll Peters Center lvan Kllne Substltute Tom Atkms The only two semors on the squad were the two guards Bob Anderson and Al Wlgren lndtudual Pomts F G F P Total Cecll Peters lack Sheldon Ivan Kltne Bob Anderson Al Wlgren Tom Atklns 1 F5 T I ,' , 0 , ' I I C . l 1' va x "f W 1 P1 1 ,x 1 I. 9 ' .ht n C s,se 3' . K ALA Wy!! I. ,Jos , s 1 t xfT',Kf!K,1'xl , Axltxrki H A X' -A .LM ax ffxxx, 1 73 vit X ,N , W 5 1, " x.,.,' .N 29 ll 69 1 29 26 84 ' ' 24 ll 59 . 14 7 35 . ' 1 5 aww HHEEHHEE EEHHI .lf 4.4 This year Frewsburg played 1n a different league from that of last year It IS composed of Clymer Panama Sherman Ripley and Frewsburg The team had six lettermen back this year Cecil Peters jack Sheldon Bob Anderson Ed Derby Ivan Kline and Charlie Bova EESEHVE HHSEEE HHEE EEHW Left to Right--Kneeling, Coach Carlton Wood, Iohn Nelson, Wayne Taylor, Edward Derby, Edward Moore. Standing, Homer Davis, john Seekins, Wendell Strong, Wallace Fenton, Clayton Akin. The success of the second team was a little better than that of the varsity. During the first half of the season they lost several games but during the last half they were defeated only once. As a whole the team was small but made up for it in fight. Ed Classon Homer Davis Charlie Bova Ed Derby Wallace Fenton Bud Moore john Nelson john Seekins Wendell Strong Wayne Taylor Clayton Akin F.G. F.P 7 9 15 21 6 14 15 3 35 3 2 14 10 7 TOTAL 16 21 33 51 14 29 33 7 38 77 7 il JUHIUH PLHH ELHCS UF I942 Sound Your Horn March 28 29 1941 Drusllla Roberta Engstrom Phyllls Maxlne Porter Etta Lamb Gerald1ne Wxlson Mr Angus Thomas Peterson Homer Blrd Bruce johnson Chr1st1ne El1ot Grace Turney Mrs Van Dyke Betty Ann Sheldon Dxane Webster Margaret Arnold Theodore Webster Robert Anderson Mr Beasley Allen W1gren SEHIHH PLHH ELHES UP i942 Aunt Susle Shoots the Works November 14 15 1941 A three act mystery farce Joy Herbert Maxme Porter Scarlet Deane Geraldlne Wllson Aunt Susxe Betty Ann Sheldon Madame Zola Grace Turney johnny Rogers Robert C Anderson Laura Dawson Madelme Bjork Portxa Lark Roberta Engstrom LaSalle johnson Clayton Akm Omar Graves Bruce johnson Mrs Edward Dunmng Margaret Arnold Slxck Conway john Seelnns Dlrectors Mrs L C Sanborn Mlss Ida L Walte U u n . ' - , I V I' ' Hn,-1'L,,' . , ' l A v - ,VQ A 2 ' ' I, H , , -. A f ? X an H 1 U ' 1 SEHIUH PLHH ELHE5 UP I94I The Redheaded Stepch1ld Comedy 1n 3 acts Hesented Oct 23 24 1940 Howard Cameron R1chard Russell Jean Waldo Mrs Edlth Russell Marxly Faxrbanks Mrs Olxver Woodruff Dorothy Damelson Mrs Emory Scott All1e Nelson Ethel Ashley Mary Nobbs Lucllle Chrlsty Charles Derby Dudley Russell Dor1s Wlckmark Flora Farnum Ruth Classon Elxzabeth Russell Gordon Anderson George Garrlson Grace Colburn Lucxa Russell Lawrence Grunstrom Brlggs Mrs Carol Nobbs Dxrector JUHIUH PLHH EH-155 UP IQ43 Oh Promlse Me Aprll 27 28 1942 Barry Hollls Edw1n Classon june Hollls Iune Taylor Mrs Hollls Marlan Jacobson Furber Gleason Sheldon Mr Mlller Sherman Larson Kathleen Eleanor Gustafson Patsle Llnden Mary Warn Mrs Llnden Mildred Davls Gladys Vance Maxlne Lawson Ann Furber Vxrglma Akln Ralph Sanders Walter Stanton Mrs jones Beatrlce Smedley g . J! n - , . 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MMMWMWM Cbwwff - My f""""'7?'y' My aww ,LV ' Q 5 fflf ww? 90 4161 W 6 ,M if Ulaqfm af' Q my W QM- 0 W y xg 'XVWHAWM' , X 7 W . Q, if W Aff' aff 923 www YQ I X . W Af' John beeklns Mlss Lxllxan Anderson Bruce johnson Mlss Mary Delaney Betty Ann Sheldon Mrs Estella Porter Audrey Engblom Mxss Ehzabeth Byork Maxlne Porter Mxss Althea Bremmer Florence beekms Mr Charles Glasxer Margaret Arnold Mr Davxd Nelson Grace Turney Mr Robert seymour Am Walters Madellne Bjork MISS Ida Wa1te Roberta Engstrom Mlss Mary Frew Geraldlne W1lson Mlss Velma Wa1te Lo1s Hudson Mr Carlton Wood Robert Anderson FAVORITE SAYINGS Some k1d If I do I get a wh1pp1n Hyah' It certa1nly lS My goodness That ll be n1ce What d1d you do last mght? Ma1l a letter for me Have you heard th1s one? They re xn the Army now Yes Mlss Wa1te Amt lt a shame? Do you? Order' Oh no I won tl Do you want a Job? Honestly Um m Get a sl1p from the offlce Oh l think so Comment allez vous? Rea ally? Is th1s the Senlor Class or the Second Grade? You farmers What the nuts? Sure Mlss Evelyn Anderson Keep your eyes on the copy Allen Wlgren It s confoosm Mr Stephen Kachur Well I really don t know Arnold Bush I'll say M1ss Frances Kramz Qulet please Homer Dav1s I declme Mrs Jean Crandall What? Clayton Akxn Yes BUT ' Q- .......................................... '.,. ....... . ..... , A. . .............................. , ' 1 I ..... .... .................. ..... .. , l I. . .!. . ......................................... ,. Mr.LelandC.Sanborn...........................Whatisyourexcuse? ' I :Quinn--nuuonqunnuu nuannnunn ' . f .... , . I ........................ Y 4,. .... , . . .......................... , . LN5TRuCTIoN5 If FOUUP YYM-M1 y'i-Yr UB NN wmnq fees Q.g A Q5 Cxtif ' 3,4- Untr- .l G Pr' H Z viiiigs- --li ax-up Q B+., uf?-6 my -if- J elim Wi 1551+ nlgoyg, xc. ares I ren ff6e6 j' 9 sas..-iii Lu.H'me Q Qhu ck Baph + Church Go-J Be gm 'Pas-If Hem' Haglund 'Padov- U 4 J Bl-elk en Chufdw g na V' YS vi-if we---M ,,,,.,.,.--QQ Me-HqoJa.1+ Church C0-'niche' Chl-1-Y'd" Ba nord Howe P054 Foiher Walfer- Wallcgora gr-yew i pa 4.37 K -.wx G USUN EUR? MDW if X X X fm W X Congratulatlons and Best W1shes To the Semor Class of 1942 Complete Hardware Serv1ce Over Half a Century MOORE S HARDXX ARE Frewsburg New York M1ss I Walte Q1n General Sclence Classb Has there ever been a woman appolnted to the Weather Bureau? Cla1r Munson Nope The weather 1S changeable enough as lt lS BEST WISHES TO THE SENIORS! KX LE 6. LITTLE S News Dealer Sodas Ice Cream Four New Brunsw1ck Bowhng Alleys Phone 2713 Comph ments IAMESTOWN TELEPHONE CORPORATION I 1 lv A A 4 9 V 1, . , 1 f, f of L 1 K Cornphments HAGGERTY and ANDERSON McCorm1ck Deermg Dealers Machmes Parts Repaxrs Phone 4833 2100 Washmgton St Jamestown, New York of N ' , I 1-1.-'---1 R Victory Depends on You Good Luck Lads and Lassies Get Fit to Win May Your Next Years Be FRANK M WALDO Happy and Lucky Ones Natureopath NORM ELLYN HAIR SHOP 200 Falconer St Norma Burgett Frewsburg New York Phone 2365 Congratulations Class of 1942 Compliments of 7 ELSIE S LEVAN s TEA Room Formerly Irene and Elsie Plne East Street Jamestown N Y Coach Wood And remember boys that basketball Now get in there and do as I tell you IN PEACE AND WAR Your Drug Store Lowest Prices Serves Your Needs Unex elled Service Phone 2522 Frewsburg N Y FREWSBURG PHARMACY Plumbing and Heating NELSON and BUTTS Inc Telephone 6181 Flower Shoppe CHATFIELD and SHARP PHONE 6888 304 Pine St Store 9 NOI'fh M310 St Jamestown New York Jamestown N Y J --f - 0 9 . El J i 7 . , - - F1 I- I . cc develops leadership, initiative, and especially individuality. . JJ 1 C I 1 N . THE FALCONER MILLINS co Wusuas T1-us: GLASS 419 The Besf Oflucff a ol ucess DAULY AILQM Lmnc 7 EQ P D alslnu ys Re e euhouse CY Euggf Nesf B la C 5 YT E HG. O Qt gf EY I IZCYS BSYIO ,WVIQES Gd OH OO Img LAY EWS WZQGCJS dyflg hfhe-df fpfff' Xhfhfhk M5 fh Y My eusr FALCONER PHONE 5085 FBENSBURG PHONE 1655 n 5' s N ' X Phan - POUHY ui ment r. S r I m dies N Y' C G- Chl k 91 Tr fi ,M W 'ff ln' Ru cf S l 1 n R R f D H Disfribufors o S 0 0 ll ,I Sfari our chicks an ffm- 12 rofifs rom very Jafar re nZ'mHf-alia! .scrgfl eg G pMKfgffc5uoLL??0 frgifln as and m c fa? mg fjousc use Mc orfgznzydry mosg .. oy .. , L THE NEW GARFIELD-THEATRE FREWSBURG, N. Y. THE THEATER OF BEAUTY 1 B M GARFIELD OWNER Sz MANAGER Best Wishes To The Senior Class SPARK S Complxments of FREWSBURG HOTEL Important Contrxbuter Has the Joke ed1tor got my Joke yet? One of the H1 Y Boys Not yet but he s trymg hard Congratulatmns to the Class of 1942 PHILLIPS GARAGE Auto Repa1r1ng Weldmg and Machme Work CALL Us Frewsbur N Y - .mf-.5 PIIOIIBE 665 0 0 H Comp11ments SNOW MOUNTAIN GROCERY Grocer1es Gas 1 GEORGE I LAWSON Meats of Qual1ty Phone 2715 Ass1stant Frewsburg N Y H E D1ck1nson M1Lk w1th H1gh Test an Low Bacteria Count DAVID E NELSON . 4 I of . . , . ' O'1 higpq -,I Phone 2828 Ivory, N. Y. ' d 4 , , Compllments RED AND WHITE STORE Frewsburg N Y Phone 2 485 Clerk Owner Comp11 ments MOWHAWK SODA AND SANDWICH SHOP Corner 4th at P1ne Charles Hlldum E R Sheldon Jamestown New York jlmmy Shugart I can t set p1ns any longer my stomach IS achlng Clayton Akln Buck up jlmmy my name s Ak1n and Ive stood lt for 17 years L G BALFOUR COMPANY Attleboro Massachusetts Known Wherever There are Schools and Colleges Maker of Commencement Inv1tat1ons for Senlor Class of Frewsburg H1gh School Represented by Robt Turnbull 7 W 15th St Jamestown N Y r l CONGRATULATIONS Class of 1942 FREWSBURG HARDWARE CO D1al 2521 Frewsburg New York I I I 3 I 5 , I - I F - Q ' of l of L 1 A l I Y P ' l , . . 1 1 I N N I - i I L -W ,W . . . 2 . . ' 7 . . . 7 . J ' 7 'L P . W I . . . W 5 . . 5 ' I I .. - 1 . I 1 I n a 4 1 , . . , I 1 Q When he dec1des to pop the questlon and when you dec1de to furn1sh your own home we w111 be glad to show you our extens1ve d1s plays of home furn1shmgs FIELD 8: WRIGHT CO 100 108 M313 St Jamestown New York Where Good Furmture Is Not Expenswe Oh I know a few th1ngs exc1a1med the haughty semor Well you haven t anyth1ng on me retorted the fresh man conf1dent1y, I guess I know as few thlngs as anybody M1111nery Coats Su1ts Congratulatlons and GRETCHEN S KITCHEN Dresses 211 Washmgton St BONNET SHOP Jamestown N Y 308 North Ma1n Street Jamestown New York CongratuIat1ons and Best Wlshes To the Class of 1942 oKE's LUNCH 2 Ma1n Street, Frewsburg, N. Y. Soft Drinks Ice Cream Lunches I S . 1. ,iv 111 . I K , 3 J . - a A Y ,: . 9 X X 29 2 : , l ' iz 1' 1 a - - 77 4 . as . 3 7 . D . a 7 - 7' - ! 7 22 . . a ' . 7 , . . , . . 7 . . LUCIF S Fash1ons of D1st1nct1on 21 East Th1rd Street Jamestown N Y Rlde a Blke Get the best at our store Complete L1ne of B1cyc1es and Accessorles Roadmaster Exce1s1or and Co1umb1a B1cyc1es Easy Terms IAMESTOWN CYCLE SHOP INC 123 E 2nd St Phone 52 375 Congratulauons and Best W1she to the Class of 1942 RAY WAITE Kennedy New York 3 JWMJLM? 7 JMU gi uL?4ftJ,m1i L GEER DUNN CO Sta,t10nerS Compllments of Greetmg Cards Engravlng COLLINS SPORT 22 West Th1rd Street SHOP Jamestown New York HOWELL S Comp11ments 19 East Second Street Jamestown N Y BROS TROM C ONN ER Ind1an Jewelry Costume Jewelry SHOE COMPANY Compacts Handkercmefs Stat1onery 18 East Th1rd Street Lea Nore Perfume 5093 - 51.00 Jamestown New York - 1 . 2 if If ' - - ' . . H D , S 1 gzwaf ,amz fximxj Www. 2 5 67' Qi Q- 41,7 ' ' . Q X- Z! . 1 I I ., I , 0 .- I 1 , 1 , J W I I n o ComplIments JOHN DEERE DEALER Machmes Repa1rs ServIce james M Sprague Phone Res1dence 53 425 32 E Falcgner St Falconer New York Key to page 52 Men s Flrst A1d Class Town Hall 3 9 15 A1r Rald at F H S Bulletln Board of F H S Boys In Servlce Waste paper salvagers Flnger Prllltlllg the Iumor A1r Rald Wardens Telephone Bu11d1ng An Excuse for not belng at school Su1ts and Top Coats PEARL CITY MILLS Ready to Wear Made In Our Own Shop Feeds Seeds Fert1lIze rs an S 23 50 Farm Machlnery Poultry FASHION CLOTHES Equlpment De Laval Separators 14 16 N Ma1n St an Jamestown New York M1lkers I of l ! 7 . . 6. -- . ' ' . . .7. ' . . . ' ' ' ' 10. ' . H 5 F I I N' 'rs A- ' P ' 321.50 d . . N I - 0 . 0 d , I QUALITY CASH STORE LEONARD N RHODES Studebaker Sales and Servlce Your Frxendly Grocery 1801 O3 Washmgton St George Benson Manager phone 78 395 FREgVSg3URG Best W1shes LODGE Senlors Number 789 from V1s1tors Welcome REBE LODGE Home for the Aged Mrs Irene Fuller Frewsburg Post Offlce Freshmen Stamp Sales Comm1ttee Men s F1rst A1d Class Instructor 17 Myers Memorxal L1brary L10Yd Iohnson 18 Ra1lroad Stat1on Women s F1rst A1d Cl ss Instructor The Trad1t1ona1 G1ft for Graduatlon A WATCH HAMILTON ELGIN GRUEN BULOVA CLASS JEWELRY FOR 1942 Manufactured by DIEGES Sz CLUST 17 John St New York Sold Through i THE WATCH SHOP C R Hermanson R N Peterson 3 West F1rst D1al 5 908 H l ' ' I l . 1 - . 1- q L 'Q' MS ' C 'IL 1 I. . . F. tg i I john Atkins, jr., Noblegrand t SUNNY BROOK In . . it i 7 . . I . . . l A I I l I . . . . I Compliments of HAROLD M. STRAND Riverside Frewsburg N i Compliments of 1 Q BESH-GE-TooR's J Music House 1 8 East Fourth St Jamestown N Y JA MESTOWN AIRPORT Learn to Fly Reduced Rates Speclal School Clubs As Low as S2 25 An Hour B SSETT 5 Jamestown s Leadmg Jewelers Feature Values In DIAMONDS WATCHES STERLING SILVER JEWELRY 301 Mam Street Mr Glasler rapped on h1s The entxre class shouted desk and yelled Order' Ice Cream DIEGES SL CLUST 17 John Street New York N Y Manufacturers of Jewelry for the Class of 1942 Frewsburg H1gh School IDEAL PEERLESS LAUNDRY CO Ordorless Dry Cleanlng Phone 4067 20 26 Forest Ave THE WITKOP Sz HOLMES CO 4 6 Market Street Jamestown N Y Washers Heaters Ranges Phone 5 909 The Home of Emp1re Coffee Furn1ture and Grocer1es I , .Y. J , . . 9 66 ! . 77 . . K 77 U . . K M, . , 1 V 1- - I , , . . E - . I Jamestown, N. Y. J r'a'Ar""' 1 l 'r HOW YOU CAN SERVE! Box 41 See below OUR COURSES ARE PLANNED TO MEET THIS EMERGENCY 'Executlve Secretar1a1 'Iumor Secretar1al "' "'Account1ng and F1nance 'Jumor Accounting "Med1cal Secretarial 'Stenographlc IAMESTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE 318 Washmgton Street Iamestown New York a progresslve school 1n a progress1ve c1ty Box fhfl One of the most serlous shortages as the nat1on s war program ac celerates IS lack of competent Secretarles Stenographers Bookkeep ers Accountants and Off1ce Machme operators Good pay1ng pOSIt1OI1S awa1t those who are equ1pped through complete tra1n1ng to handle them QW 6 13 f05+'fZe'U"-'ff' Ml 249444115565 If 4411 1 AMLL, Compllments CARNAHAN SHEARER CO IAMESTOWN S LARGEST MENS AND BOYS STORE SPORTING GOODS PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES JACK S KENDALL SERVICE Lubr1cat1on Washmg Po11sh1ng Open dally 7 00 A M 7 00 P M Closed Sundays 30 Mam Street D1a1 2105 If p ,ag f2,.oSLQ-Mwfvvw I6-5,157 I ' 7 ! HEELAS FLOWER S1-10p THE CAMP ART COMPANY I Stuart Husband Phone 6 924 Ellen A Husband 214 Cherry St Jamestown N Y Photographers East 3rd St at Prendergast Ave Flowers for Every Occas1on larnestown New York CONGRATULATIONS an BEST WISHES CLASS LEED' RALTIE RUGS I PARISIAN BEAUTY SALON CONGRATULATIONS CLASS an BEST WISHES 1 94 2 Key to page 50 Esther Boyle Betty Ann Sheldon Roberta Engstrom Margaret Arnold The Tr1o Kathryn Eleanor June 9 Nancy Lou Ruth Klme 10 The Champs Clarlce and Bas1l Compllments UNITED LUMBER AND SUPPLY CORPORATION Bables Cry For '5""' A 1 CARTERS DRUG 5 TDEE5 CREATORSOFREASONABLE oauemces vonsemase JAMESTOWN,N Y new muse Mllk and Cream Orange and Mllk Beverages Phone 2675 Frewsburg N Y LIPSETT WRECKING AND SALVAGE CORPORATIONS 305 Fluvanna Avenue , . . A , I , d d of S C D 0' IH It Ind S, locally' llxxmxl 1 4 , Margaret and Madeline 6. Audrey and Sister Dorothy 7. 8. ' of A Ml T I 1 o 1 H f- A 1 6 A - ae Compllments of COCONUT GROVE Warren Jamestown Road At Fentonvllle D1ne gl Dance Carl Luplca Prop Compllments of Raffa s BARBER SL BEAUTY SHOP 4 East Thlrd Over the lst Nat1onal Bank ZUCKERMAN S Ladles Ready to Wear and M1ll1nery Phone 43 135 Jamestown N Y Anna Bush June Taylor M1lk Salesmen Jack Ivan Ed Guess Who ? Mary Dorothea Our Photographers Al Bob Arnle Ed The Old Gang and the Speed Wagon Geraldme W1lson Compllments of BON TON SHOE SHOP Hotel Jamestown Jamestown New York RICHMAN BROS CLOTHES Jamestown New York DR STANLEY Optometrlst 309 West 3rd St Phone 37 78 2 P1111 I TH! dllffl df fl!! TAB!! V I ' ' 1 l N 7 . I 3 ' I , - J 5 . . J' v . , j N J - , I 0 " I E A J L - , 16. Cl D , - , K6 , . , , , , . 17. . , V1rg1n1a 18. Lois, Grace, Geraldine l9. ' ' 7 , J 7 It L -Y ' 5 ffm 71,1 an 5 . nf- J . . I I ! 15iHr.,q,A. 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