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

 - Class of 1948

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DEDICHTIUH E ded1cate ' Qenxor Leaves to our pal and classmate, Bill Bovee whose frlendhness and likeable personalxty are sadly mxssed What seem to us but sad funereal tapers May be heaven's distant lamps --Longfellow 1 if -Q- W'1ere templed foot hxlls proudly r1se Ma Jes t1c to the sky, ffflftf +1 ALMA MATER Where templed f0Oth11lS proudly rlse Ma1est1c to the sky, We l1ft a song that never dxes In pra1se of Frewsburg Hlgh Our w1ll to stand where glory calls Shall pr1de and honor brlng To Alma Mater m whose halls Our sweetest mem nes cllng In pralse of Frewsburg Hlgh W rn 2 be J J J' ja! F 1 :bij f F F J . ADMINISTRATION -a3"Vu. FREWSBURG HIGH SCHOOL LELAND C SANBORN P FREWSBURG NEW YORK HOLLIS J DAVIS February 12 1948 I ABELLA LUNDGREN Dear Sen1ors As you complete your h1gh school educatlon lt IS my hope that you have acqu1red certam knowledge that wxll prove useful to you 1n your hfe s work More 1mportant than th1s are the attltudes you have developed the 1deals you have formed, and the courage to strlve for them stead fastly Our world of oneness IS possxble only through your feellng toward others and your thoughtfulness of others Read many tunes and th1nk carefully about th1S def uutlon an educated person IS that 1nd1v1dual who under the varylng and varlous clrcumstances of 11fe recogmzes the proper thlng to do whlle at the same t1me he possesses the ab111ty and des1re to do that rlght and proper act May you all become educated persons for the better 'ment of th1s world Smcerely Leland C Sanborn Prlnclpal LCS MIA 3 , X1 4 1 H . , rincipal I . S P dent, Board of Education , Clerk, Board of Education 7 2 . . J . . 2 1 . , - . . . cc . . . . y 1 . . - . ,Y , .. . J . N49- gf' FREWSBURG HIGH SCHOOL LELAND C SANBORN P cpl FREWSBURG NEW YORK HOLLIS J DAVIS ISABELLA LUNDGREN Dear Semors, Wxth mterest I have watched your progress for four years You show prom1se and ab1l1ty not only to achleve success for yourselves, but also to gam recognxtlon 1n serv1ce for others joy comes 1n servmg not just 1n domg what we may want to do Of th1s my last year at Frewsburg H1gh School, I have happy memorles wh1ch I shall always cher1sh souven1rs of school funct1ons class partles, our work on Senlor Leaves, and many other good tlmes wh1ch tr1v1al xn them selves leave a general lmpresslon of a pleasant and profxt able year You stand upon the threshold of many dec1sxons Th1nk wlsely, for your cholce today determ1nes the actlon of many future years For each of you, we w1sh happmess and real satxsfactxon S1nce rely new Dorothy Brothe rton 4 . X A 'r lvl nl ' X " .ii- L' .I xv' .- , ' fp. J X Y I . , rin i a I President, Board ol Education February 16, CIYVIH Bond of Edufuiof' 1 Seated Holllsj Davls, L Ruth C K11ne, LaVerne Larson, Isabella Lundgren, Glen D Sheats Standlng Percy Ph1111ps, Paul Lxmberg, Harry Erlckson BUHHD UF EDUCHTIUH PRESIDENT Holhsj Davls VICE PRESIDENT Glen D Sheats CLERK Isabella Lundgren TREASURER Charles W Barton COLLECTOR Brendlce L. Long 5 Standmg Mrs Porter, Mrs Dew1ng M1ss Weaver, M1ss Flemmg, Mrs Brotherton, Mrs Westphal, Mr Fedorka Mr Adams, M1ss Enos, Mrs Impey Mr Gulv1n Seated M1ss Sm1th Mr Messma, M1ss Tatu, M1ss Aaron, M1ss Olds, M1ss Derby Mrs Sager Mr Murray Mr Sanborn Leland Sanborn Harry Murray Genevleve Westphal Edlth Impey Dorothy Olds Estella Porter Dueressa Sager Margaret Derby Jane Aaron Dorothy Sm1th Barbara Flemmg Lory Messma Dorothy Brotherton L1ll1an Dewmg Margaret Tatu james Adams Adllene Woodmansee N ncholas Fedorka Robert Gulvm Edlth Weaver SUBIECTS YEARS IN TAUGHT F H S EDUCATION Prmclpal Asst Prm , Math Kmdergarten Art Fxrst Grade Second Grade Thlrd Grade Flfth Grade Slxth Grade Llbrary Latm Soc St Sclence Engllsh French Mathematlcs Englxsh Commerclal Soclal Studles Sczence Musxc Physlcal Educatlon Agrxculture Gu1dance Dartmouth College A B Syracuse Umverslty M A Buffalo State Teachers College Hunter College A B Jamestown Tra1n1ng School Fredoma State Teachers College Fredoma Normal School Fredoma Normal School Fredoma State Teachers College B Mercyhurst College A B Geneseo State Teachers College B E Mercyhurst College A B Cortland State Teachers College B Wheaton College A B Carleton College A B D Youvllle College A B St Bonaventure College B S Fredoma State Teachers College Columbla Umversnty M A East Stroudsburg State Teachers College A B Cornell Umverslty B S Keuka College, A B Cornell Umverslty M S l l la , - , - , A ' A ' FHCULTU ' ' 7 I ', . .5 . '. . 4 , ' ' ,B.s. ' ' , . 1 , . . . . 2 . . 3 ' ,B. E. . 10 . Willby Enos Fourth Grade 3 Fredonia State Teachers College, B. E. . 11 . ' 3 ' , .E. ' , ' 3 , . . ' . ., ' 4 , . . ' ' , 1 , . . ' ' 1 , .S. ' 45 , . . . . . . 4 , . . ' ' 5 ' ' , . . ' 1 . , . . . . 4 .i . I . . . 2 , ' ' , . . . 2 . . , . . . . 1 . G . . , . 6 STUDENT CUUHCIL Seated Mr Sanborn, Donald Mara, Nancy Barber, Miss Fleming, Coland Suckow, Eleanor Kline, Edward Dewing, Dolores Olson, Miss Smxth Standmg Mr Fedorka Ioyce Thurston, Sandra Young, Howard Benson, B111 Philhps Margaret Hanson, Esther Battles, David Munson, Miss Tatu, Iva Ehas Ronald Greene, Allen Minser REPRESENTATIVES Senlor Junior Sophomore Freshman 8th Grade 7th Grade Tri Hi-Y BOY Howard Benson Wlllis Phillips Edward Dewing Allen Minser Ronald Greene Dav1d Munson 7 GIRL Eleanor Klme Margaret Hanson Delores Olson Joyce Thurston Sandra Young Esther Battles Iva Ehas I . . o f . . n , Q 7 , o 1 . First Row Marian Dav1s, Ioyce Thierfeldt, Nancy Cass, Evelyn Duell, Alice Dewing, Eleanor Kline Robert Tyler, Doris Taylor Mona Walker, Mrs Brotherton Advlsor Second Row Roland Billquist, Allen Mmser, Florence Gustafson, Nanci Crist, May Wilkins, Margaret Anderson, Nancy Barber Gladys Phillips, Evelyn Sglogren, Carrie Shay, Iva Ehas, Quentin White Third Row Charles Hildum Clemence White, Gordon Sheldon, Willard Cass Daniel Traver, Lawrence Seekms Fred Walrod Howard Benson Editor in chief Business Manager C lrculation Activities Sports Photography Typists Marian Davis Robert Tyler Mona Walker Nancy Cass Gordon Barton Quentin White Fred Walrod Iva Ehas 8 , Assistants Ioyce Thierfeldt Nancy Barber Allen Minser Coland Suckow Lawrence Seekms Clemence White Edna Kline Roland Billquist Nanci Crist Florence Gustafson Bill Cass Charles Hlldum May Wilkins Donna Mae Arnold Doris Taylor Carrie Shay Evelyn Duell Evelyn Sjogren Daniel Traver Doris Taylor Eleanor Kline Gladys Phillips john Brotherton Roger Haglund Mona Walker Doris Taylor Margaret Anderson Iva Ehas Alice Dewing Evelyn Duell T ufnnaonn smrf SE IDRS CLHSS HISTUHU N Z 'X INCE we have been requested to dlsclose the h1story of our class, permlt us to allude to our volume of memorxes and seek the most xmportant factual matter concermng our -1, selves qi- We entered a new and unbehevable phase of our school careers as freshmen under the super v1s1on of Mr Murray We set about electlng class offlcers who turned out to be Pres1dent Dor1s Taylor, V1ce Pres1dent Robert Tyler, Secretary Quentm Wh1te, Treasurer Coland Suckow, and Student Counc1l Representatwes Iva Ehas and Paul Rosen Because th1s partlcular year was more or less one of acqualntance, few of us mdulged in any specxal school act1v1t1es Feelmg defm1te1y our lofty statlon as soph1st1cated sophomores, we took up quxckly where we had left off last june Coland Suckow was elected Presldent, Wxllard Cass V1ce Presldent Mona Walker Secretary, Loraxne Casler Treasurer, and Beverly johnson and Robert Tyler were Stu dent Counc11 Representat1ves The only lmportant eventful memory that we have as sophs" was the great rad1o program, The Breakfast Club H that we presented under the superv1s1or of our advxsor, Mr Rounds We thought we were go1ng places when we traveled to Falconer to show off our talent as would be actors jumors at lastl Could xt be posslble? Make way! Here we come! I Thls year we really be came organized under the superv1s1on of M1ss Tatu w1th Dor1s Taylor as Presldent Wxllard Cass as V1ce Presxdent, Evelyn Duell as Secretary, Lora1ne Casler as Treasurer, and Ahce Dew1ng and Coland Suckow as Student Councxl Representatlves We, the Jumors, presented the very successful ' A Date Wlth Judy" and howl Broadway has nothmg on us Our class sponsored a successful Chr1stmas Dance on December 21 We felt that we were really gett1ng somewhere when our precxous class r1ngs arrlved The t1me rolled around fast the txme for the Iumor Semor boatnde june came fast that year and we found ourselves decoratxng for Commencement That day was so hot we wllted before the flowers d1d We were fmally ready for that last year at Frewsburg I-hgh School Farewell to those past days and on to our more recent happenmgs Well, at long last we ve made xt We are sen1orsl Can you belxeve lt? Our last year started off w1th a bang wxth Mrs Brotherton as our advlsor and Quentm Whlte as our Presldent, Robert Ty ler as V1ce Presldent, Beverly johnson as Secretary, Helen Wl1tSl6 as Treasurer, and Eleanor Klme and Howard Benson as Student Councll Representatlves We, the sen1ors, presented "The Inner W1lly" another smash hltl Our class sponsored a Chrlst mas Dance P1ctures for the yearbook were taken A Valent1ne s Day Dance IS scheduled for Feb ruary 14 and a Sprlng Dance for Apr1l 17 We are eagerly awa1tmg the banquet whlch the Jumors are planmng for us We know we'll enloy every second of lt There s Just one thmg more ahead for us the greatest of tl m all the Commencement When we th1nk of that event, we experlence both Joy and regret Joy for that wh1ch we have accompllshed and regret that our four happy years together w1ll so soon be brought to a close Whxle we sadly turn the concludlng page of our every grow1ng volume of memorxes, we long to have everyone understand that refreshmg our memones about past events has been an xmendmg pleasure Mona Walker Chaxrman Iva Ehas Margaret Anderson Helen Wl1tS16 9 4 ff X QUENTIN WHITE A Fellow Needs a Girl rules the Senior Class with an iron hand Queny artistic Hallowe en monkey clever dependable heart breaker 4, Aviation 11, 25 Band 11 2 3 4 Sec5 Chorus 12 3 45 Class 4. Sec 115 Bowling 135 Rifle Club 145 "Ask the Professor, Marianne Mikado Class Pres 145 Octet A Date with Judy The Inner Willy Basketball 13 45 Baseball 13 45 Fire Warden 13 45 M452 Z VW! ROBERT TYLER ,gf Ten Loves Have I ashy horse laugh amateur 5 dl psychologist Schlitzy made Milwaukee famous 0' corny adoahs hahmbuhggahs Vice Pres 115 Bowling Club 115 Chorus 12 3 4 Vice Pres 5 Dramatics Club 12 35, Dancing 14 Treas 5 Vice Pres 145 Student Council Rep 125 Ask the Professor Marianne Mikado A Date with Judy The Inner Willy BEVERLY JOHNSON voice ambltious ART1st new look MRS degree Chorus 11 2 3 45 Homemakmg Club 115 Dramatics Club 12 Pres5 Student Council Rep 125 Tri H1 Y 12 3 45 Dancing Club 13 Sec 5 Bowling Club 14 Pres 5 Class Sec retary 145 erry of Jericho Road Ask the Professor Marianne A Date With Judy Mikado a,2U""'1" HELEN WILTSIE How Soon Will I Be Seemg You?" refined practice child care future teacher Oh you kids quiet Who s her certain boyfriend? lives in Wiltsieville acts grown up Dancing Club 115 Homemakmg Club 125 Press Club 135 Music Appreciation Club 145 A Date With Judy 10 cc u ff I7 . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 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' H . yy Y RICHARD ENGSTROM Q MYR C 2 A1n t No Gal Got a Brand On Me Roger s antonym sure he s short but so was Napoleon obllgmg hates g1r1s sleepy Bowlmg Club 113 Radlo Club 143 Basketball 13 43 F F A 13 43 -1" ii Ribs -752,05 Ja 014, U0-nfnfvv-L1 q fy 4' u m? dfufu-ff! 1' 'W Rik X 141.12114 pn 5 1' 493, fi 1-5 'Us 49581114 4"7W' if th-s CARRIE SHAY Sweet and Low quxet demure short and sweet b1ot1n double dater ladder snatcher quarter p1nt hard to get Oh I don t elther Chorus 11 2 3 43 Art Club 11 3 Sec3 Dramatlcs Club 123 Tr1 H1 Y 13 4 Sec 3 Student Co1mc1lRep 133 Muslc Apprec1at1on 143 A Date Wlth Judy Marlanne Mlkado MARIAN DAVIS Merry Wxdow Waltz champlon trotter 1not Tr1gger3 bram trust 1after all you have to trust someone3 cogltatmg codger mllktesters plano vlrtuoso Oh Phooey Press Club 11 Treas 23, Band 11 2 3 43 Chorus 12 3 43 Trl H1 Y 12 3 Treas 4 Pres3 Dramatxcs Club 13 Sec 3 Muslc Appreclatlon Club 43 D A R Pllgrlm Yearbook Ed 1tor Ask the Professor A Date w1th Judy Marlanne The Inner Wxlly Mlkado in 15 ip- GORDON SHE LDON "The Hajppy Farmer". . .avoxds publ1c1ty. . .domest1c type. "Lucky' . . .salt o' the earth dependablllty . ."G1en" Chorus 12, 3, 43, Basketball 13, 43, Baseball 143, Bowlmg Club 113, Rifle Club 123, Dancmg Club 13, 43, "Ask the Professor," "Mar1anne," "M1kado," "The Inner Willy" 11 'N If - 1 71 1 ' - . . . . . 1 . . . , . . . . . . . . . - 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 f 5 ' '44 126 ' ii.. ' "kb Q tn V . 45,4 A 1 .f peggxs '- , r 1 A ' -gafg,ff.'w,-5'3'gk. 1 , 1:43933 "'.,"' - vi" 1.312 . 4 1, .'w:,,,'i1, .'372.'5fL7" QQ-it , 'fl' 1 ' , I ' , 7 ' , QT ff'i'f'. 1121 W i' 1'1" ' A '15 ' . 51.2.-'gf 'f f-V H". 1,4 , 'F' A -2 f i,i.g.,,,,",,, ,, .-e45'l'., li .' 1, 1 gi., ,,.' f f"i,,:1jgf, 1: I V '. rf 13,11 ,.' 4. 5. 1231 1 '-, fjcdhif 1 H 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H Tl 77 - ' . . . . . . . . . H 1 - 11 1 . . . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 D '1 ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 H . 11 H . 11 H - 17 1 1 1 as - 11 - - . . . . . . 1 . . - ca 11 . . . . . . . . . ' '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -' .. , .. U - . , - . , 1 , . . . , - ' cc 1 az - 11 H - 17 e , 1 1 1 1 Cl - 31 61 - ll 1 '11 . J td, V. 1. J 4 4 , H 12 I gran? C OLAND SUC KOW He Had to Get Under, Get Out and Get Under revolu Al txomzed method of drlvlng noted for flat txres no gas mechamc Ton1 wave loglcal thmker Rlfle Club 11 2 Pres J Class Pres 123 Student Councll Rep 133 Dancmg Club 131 Pres Student Councll 143 Radlo Club X 14 Secl F F A 145 The Inner W11ly ff W! IVA EHAS Beautiful Oh1o shy man hater 'MISS Emory I-I1ll of 1948' a wonderful skater? ? 'P Blondxe take a letter Snow Queen Student Councll Rep 11 45 Homemaklng Club Appreclatlon Club 141 The Inner Wlllyz MARGARET ANDERSON A Fme Romance congemal l1kes mlstletoe square dances sunny nature cafeterla worker Homemaklng Club 113 DT3Il1at1CS Club 125 Press Club 131 Bowlmg Club 141 WI FRED WALROD I Have I Stayed Away Too Long matched eyes and ha1r ever amber lifts one eyebrow gum peddler grxper How stupld Bowlmg Club 14 Treas J, Edltor of H1 Tlmes 147 12 of' 4 li 77 - sv - U , I I O , K . I , 'LL' . gy' 'H lvl , I T 5,111 V I L Q! L41 X if K 113, Boxyling Club 125, 'Pri-Hi-Y 12, 3:5 45 ,P,ress Club 135, Music I , . 5 f A 1 A ff- I I 1 tl 2 f , 4' ' I 'Mtv ,Oz ' 1:7 Kp 8 U L 4 O I I . , 'K CK I .I 3, l C I 9 ' . E. MONA WALKER ' 1.0 1, "Dancing Till the Dawn". . .flowing mane. . .athletic champ 1 ' . . .fingernail fiend. . .working girl. . .temper. . .L T. . . . "Oh, Bug juice" Drawing Club 11-Treas.1, Bowling Club 12, 41, Class Secretary 121, Chorus 12, 3, 4-Sec.1, Tri-Hi-Y 12, 3, 41, Press Club 131, Fire Warden 13, 4-Chief1, "Ask the Professor " "Marianne " IN "A Date With Judy," "Mikado," "Inner Willy' W 0 M ,W KENN ETH WILC OX Oh Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone here Cheebo a man s man 1M1ke s1 second childhood lots of brawn unpredictable Aviation Club 111 Baseball 12 3 41 Rifle Club 121 Dancing Club 13 4 Pres1 F F A 13 4 Vice Pres1 Basketball 13 41 Fire Warden 13 4 Ch1ef1 MICHAEL C HURC HILL I m Full of Fun and Fancy Free Cheebo gangling A garantua adores the month of May sporty guy built tractor third childhood teacher s pest Rifle Club 111 Dancing Club 12 3 41 Baseball 12 3 41 Basket b 41FFA1341 I WW +rW,fq,,'Qf, M ALIC E DEWING Passing Fancy generally happy locpuacious picked on by little brother v1vac1ous teacher s daughter Alibi Al overflowing with music Homemaking Club 111 Band 11 2 3 41 Chorus 12 3 4 Treas1 Tri I-I1 Y 12 3 41 Dramatic Club 12 Sec 31 Student Council Rep 31 Music Appreciation Club 141 Octet Ask the Professor, Marianne, A Date With Judy Mikado The Inner Willy 13 I M N. 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K ll I , 29 rs - ,H an -, U ll - if - at 9 9 RUTH STANTON Q You Must Have Been a Beaut1ful Baby' l1kes amber color mg Ir1sh colleen best natured sen1or cheerful good dancer gymnast av1d g0SS1p Dancmg Club 11 2 3 41, Tr1 H1 Y 12, 3 41 Chorus 141 W' Vw T v' LAWRENCE SEEKINS X-J' "I St1ll Get Jealous rather qulet unassumlng a spark of courtesy ' Seeky" ready smlle blushes eas1ly Klngflsher Baseball 13 41, F F A 13 41 Basketball 141, Rad1o Club 14 Pres 1 Athlet1c Assoclatxon Pres 141 A Date W1th Iudy ' WILLARD CASS A Huntmg We W111 Go Foxy httle fellow shock of blond halr basketball where d he go man Cassanova muscle man Beely out door Sportsman crack shot Baseball 11 2 3 41 Basketball 11 2 3 41 Dancmg Club 111 pf i Bowlmg Club 121 Rlfle Club 13 Pres 1, Radlo Club 14 V1ce Pres 1 V1ce Pres 12 31 The Inner Wllly, Ask the Pro fessor Marlanne, The Mlkado F F A 141 Chorus 3 f' W BESSIE SHE LDON K 7 I m Forever Blowlng Bubbles Mona S r1val movle fan gum chewer 'The Glggle has pr1vate handmald happy go lucky ' udy f1end" Dramatlcs Club 111 Dancmg Club 12 3 41, Tr1 H1 Y 12 3 41 chorus 141 "A Date Wuh Iudy ' ' M1kado ' 14 . fi if XF any if , , ' 10 . u . 1 . V . . .0 . . L QNX , . . . . . . ' ' A . J Q1 l 1 1 1 " "' 1 1 5' V 5- N lr, j 'A K' ' 'rf' iw W . X1 ,, 1. ,R -W 1, . 77 . . .5622 xo. I . . . .' . . . . egg,-511 . . . . . . . . . . . . . aeee 1 - 5 ' ' 5,3 2 Fig! 3 Dancmg Club 111, Bowlmg Club 121, Rlfle Club 13-V1ce Pres.1, f .4 f'5-tif 1 ' ' ' 1 1 i L 192, - glffff . . . J . 7 .'11i5"f"rk' 5 -I ' - , , , 4' f'.,4- - ' AL ' 7,.", 1H1'1"l it ,P " , 1 ,' vi! H . . 17 . ,KVM ' N . It. . U . . . - . . . H H - . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 'V ,, W" . . - . . - . 5 3 1 ' , fl o 71 KK - 'L A . 7 ' 7 3 ,77 KK 77 gg ,77 . . . , I Q 121 1 U- vfff f X ' V of ' ' A 'V K - 77 7 - . 4 . 77. . ' . . ' . . O I I 0 I I I I O l O O I - - . . .' st ' A D 1 I 1 1 I' -' 1 1 1 . 1 .' . 1 1 WILLIAM BOYLE ' Money 1S the Root of All Ev11" of Scotch descent l1kes square dancmg polka dot snakes and pmk elephants Av1ator Club 115 Chorus 12, 3 45 'Ask the Professor Dramat1c Club 125, Dancxng Club 13 45 IKMHFIHHHG 'Mxkado 'Ut X vfv EVELYN DUELL Whlspermg bang banff sweet seventeen and oh consclentxous student Marybelle flat t1res Art Club 11 25 Trl H1 Y 12 3 Sec 4 V1ce Pres5 Chorus 25 Band 13 45 Student Councll Sec 125 Homemaklng Club Class Sec 135 Bowlmg Club 145 Ask the Professor A Date W1th Judy The Inner Wxlly ELEANOR KLINE Asleep 1n the Deep one of the few retalners of the art of blushmg newsroom soda jerk llkes to be deep prmter s devll absent mlnded professor Yuku Photo raphy Club 125 Dancmg Club 135 Mus1c Appreclatxon Club 45 Chorus 12 3 45 Student Councll Rep 145 H1 Tlmes Ed1tor Ask the Professor Marxanne Mlkado 1.-5' ,fffwf W lf ff Wx If I Only Had a Match human smokestack Rachswan sonoff composer Svenska Pojka bobby p1ns wavy ha1r Band 11 2 3 45 Chorus 12 3 45 Dramat1c Club 11 3 V1ce Pres5 Gym Club 125 Muslc Apprec1at1on Club 145 Octet, 'Ask the Pro fessor " Mar1anne " "M1kado " "A Date W1thIUdy 15 . 4 n - , - , , . as f, . n 1 a 1 44" . 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HOWARD BENSON J Why Does It Get So Late So Early? a real he man strong but not sllent pepsodent smlle man about town txme f11eS and so does Howle Flossy cherry Bowlmg Club 113 Danclng Club I2 3 43 Ask the Professor, f-fi gi Marlanne A Date Wlth judy " Student Councll Rep 143 Mxkado gy ,gk S? af CLASS MOTTO Cllmblng hlgher CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Green and S1lver Whlte Rose 16 K K J 7 - . . . . . . . . D n n Q Q a 1 I Q - . . Q 1 0 "H ta v . yr tc y A . . . . . 1? . . , ' 'v ' ' s n a tg v v ' ' v S 1 v s ' ' 1 a 9 T . . A K u y H u , , . 7? H L 1 4 1 - 9 7 4 4 - y r L 4 . J v ! F . - ' 3 H J, I AJ . I" f A - C - C' , 'lv Yr ' nf! 4 A 'kv J: K it cc H ,af I . a n v ' e Q 1 t i ny, I ' . . . ' . . . j g ' ,gt at ' ' - cc H . 35' . . . . . . . . . 6, 4 . 5 fly: ip lemon cokes A i f- wlf, ' .:- V A r ,,: . ' k I 'ja ' - cc n L-3f'1'3d', Q ' 3 'S ' f , -1 1.2, , , f we CK 1 H K6 , - ' , ' - r v. I , - , H -z , -mfg H . H a , . y lv - f"?.g' ' f 323 51,5 if " S t , I u . . . 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TQ Qt Maryam CLHSS LUILL C- E, the followmg members of the Class of 48 bemg of sound m1nd Q'7?l bequeath these our few remalnlng possesslons to our erstwhxle frlends and admlrers Mona Walker B111 Boyle B111 Cass Iva Ehas Roger Qwanson Ruth Qtanton Alxce Dewmg Quentln Whxte Mlchael Churchlll Eleanor Kllne Dons Taylor Fred Walrod Marlan Davls Robert Tyler her pos1t1on at Ioe's Restaurant to Murph so she wont have to teach Soclal Studxes any more h1S ha1r curlers to Bxll Ph1ll1ps h1S trappxng experlence to Allen Blasdell to help h1m trap a woman her naturally blonde ha1r to Qhlrley Qwanson so s e won t have to bleach hers anymore h1s secret for long locks to Jamce Blasdell to pass on to Byron Brady her good nature to Gordon Barton He needs It her apples and cookxes to Bette jones because she looks so hungry a lock of h1s curly ha1r to each of h1s f1ve freshman admlrers We hope th1s doesn t leave h1m bald h1s parkmg place beh1nd the school to Dave Wllcox he'll probably make good use of It her lazy alarm clock to Ted jackson so he ll have an excuse for be1ng late her powerful mght hook to Autumn Suckow so she can defend herself better next t1me h1s red whlskers to Pete Hxldum comblned w1th h1s black ones he'll have a really sporty beard her stack of books and her brother's falthful second hand blke to jackle Hanson h1s corny Jokes to Don Mara thus makxng lt posslble for Don to keep the study hall ln an uproar fNot that he needs them J mem Vx 20 Nl 2' ' .1 pug . , . . 7 I ' 9 I , . . . , . . . ! j . ----------- , ' t ' t h .xx . 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Q SV' QQYI Carrie Shay Beverly johnson Coland Suckow Kenneth Wilcox Evelyn Duell Dick Engstrom Lawrence Seek1ns Peggy Anderson june Stafford Gordon Sheldon Bessie Sheldon Howard Benson essle her talent for playing hard to get to May W11k1ns her long sklrts to M1nn1e Ryberg for protectlon from the wolves that haunt the school doorstep his hatred for women to Ed Dewmg the poor guy 1sn getting much the curl IH the middle of h1s forehead to Mary Ann Wiltsie so that she can be as good as he 1S horrid her demure manner to Nancy Cass his elevator shoes to Roland Billquist his sheep s clothing to Dan Traver so he can take off h1s soldier suit whoppers her date book to Minnie Ryberg her copy of ' Dry Bones to next year s chorus his pug1l1st1c Splflt to Howard Parsons her circus striped tlghts to Barbara Payne his quiet laugh to Marion Anderson Mike and Ken as Post Grads to the faculty to keep school from being dull for an other year A ladder to Quentin so he won t be stuck on the roof next Hallowe en Our generosity to the Class of 49 Th1s should make them much easier to live with Our maturity to the Class of 50 to enable their gym classes to please Mr Fedorka as ours always did 5 V Q aff I " C. 6 el X omtnl 21 fledflo x I I W , , pa Q - fig H I X of B 4, ' ------ . . --. . lt . . i . . , . - -- D,-tu Helen Wiltsie ------- her honesty to Clem White. Now he can quit telling those ------- I I! ! ---- . ll - 7! . The Class of '48 leaves: - - - How E . ! 7 . Y . K J 1 A A I I Q ., Sq 1 ' Q J U K Veg L32 -L k H Q YQ-lie E. ell QSYKOV' P YY DY S A HIS IS Dor1s Taylor pmch h1tt1ng for Hedda Hopper com1ng to you from Frewsburg and g1v1ng you the low down on the former class of 48 Ihave rece1ved the fol1ow1ng exclusxve 1nformat1on concern1ng people nn whom I am sure you are lnterested Evelyn Ev knows how to f1X flat txres and f1ll empty gas tanks of 36 Chevys Beverly We see Bev havmg kn1ghts Cmghtsj 1n CK1ngJ Arthur s Court W1l11am B B111 Boyle IS playxng tlddly w1nks with gold co1ns at the ln tersectzon of Th1rd and Main 1n Jamestown Iva Iva has no more trouble getting to the Burg because Gordon has a new Chevy truck I Eleanor IS publ1sh1ng her latest book How to Insult and Lose Fr1ends 1n 0 Easy Seconds Helen has f1nally found a man w1th a car that would run and she 1S now resigned to housework Mona We see Mona st111 runn1ng after a green Packard when not work 1ng 1n the restaurant Howard HOW16 IS st1l1 trying to dec1de what he'll do after he graduates K W1llard C B111 IS 1nstruct1ng h1s 11ttle blond foxes on how to wr1te love notes on b1rch bark Quent1n now a famous a1't1St, 1S operat1ng a blind date bureau fass1sted by h1s 11tt1e brotherl for men Coland is still trying to be a man by taklng the Charles Atlas course wh1ch requ1res him to walk briskly home from Ev's Sunday I'l.1ghtS Peggy has flnally settled down to one man but st111 has those famous Saturday night partles ona Cola h '22, 22 I Q. Q mwnfcu -Il-D3 Q' U 'MW U U. , , ID --Z1 1. ." 1 h H1 V , 1 , 860 .-5 u. .. . il u. .'f' M Cl 31:3 .29 NO M1ke Ken Mrs B Marian Mike and Ken after r1d1ng the rails out west are now running the M1ken Bar 1n Dry Bones Gulch near Vulture Gap and having gay t1mes w1th Marian the W1stful W1dow of Wagon Gap who IS now a barroom belle and a checker champ at the Miken Bar P S Mrs Brotherton IS employed as chaperone Lora1ne IS now a secretary in the corporat1on of Cedr1c Fredrick gl Co Lawrence is now sponsoring a youth movement for the furtherlng of Christmas Dances as an advert1sement of his m1stletoe farm R1chard E now wears clothes left over from shrmkage tests conducted in h1S text1le company Robert IS now 1n the hoosegow for assault and battery of Petrillo who ru1ned stripes Ruth 1S testing bridges to see if they are safe for two ton trucks Bess1e IS a chicken farmer who teaches the YOUNG hens how to cackle Fred After comp1et1ng a f1lm techn1c1an s course in Hollywood Fred was d1scovered as a talented actor now competing w1th Charles Boyer saying Come WIZZ me to zee Cazbah Alice Alice Believe It or not Alice is now an old ma1d Roger After falllng in his romantlc pursu1t of Ahce Roger has turned to wr1t1ng tragic operas Carrie has now patented her 1nvent1on on how to make people grow tall P S She IS now 6 ft Gordon Glen IS now taking a bouquet of cabbages to Iva H1 the new truck 1' 2, sfrgre 1 B ess ue 23 11 tri W ne. 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A ' L ff V 931 r V :S H r as A, Q r ,5' A 5 iA , If .- yx, FN Q AS Jumors, we presented a sensatlonal production of A DATE WITH JUDY a current Broadway h1t and weekly rad1o program The plot revolves around Judy's efforts to w1n the place of Queen at her c1ub's dance by sol1c1t1ng more subscr1pt1ons for the Community Rehef Fund than Toots1e Wh1te man her sworn enemy Sol1c1t1ng IS much too slow for Judy however, and, Wlth the help of her pes t1ferous brother, Randolph, and her gxrl fr1end Barbara W1nSOCk6t, she enters many un1que contests The results are d1sastrous, for 1nstead of money, Judy 1nvolves her family ID a series of h1lar1ous m1xups Her fa1lure to F8158 enough money to beat Toots1e IS made even more heartbreak1ng by the announcement by O0g16, her usually persistent boy fl'lBIld, that he's tired of waxtmg for her to make up her m1nd and has accepted T00tS16 s 1nv1tat1on to the dance On the even1ng of the dance, 11fe has reached trag1c proport1ons for Judy, but, at least lt 1sn't borxng Before the evemng is over, she al most makes a new conquest, IS m1xed up xn a near elopement and finally IH a last minute mad rush goes to the dance Wlth Oogle BGIIEVE lt or not, she IS crowned Queen, too, 1n place of Toots1e A DATE WITH JUDY Judy Foster a teen age m1ss Melv1n Foster her father Dora Foster her mother Randolph Foster her younger brother Hannah the ma1d Barbara Wxnsocket Judy's frlend Oogxe Pr1ngle the man 1n Judy's l1fe M1tZl Hoffman another of Judy's fr1ends Mr Mart1ndale a theatrical producer Mrs Hotchk1ss the laundry woman Elo1se Hotchkxss her daughter, who elocutes Mrs. Shlutzhammer of the P. T. A. a new boy 1n town Rexford Mered1th O'Conner Susie Rex's kid sister 26 Al1ce Dew1ng Roger Swanson Mona Walker Quentm Wh1te Dor1s Taylor Evelyn Duell Robert Tyler Marian Dav1s Lawrence Seekms Helen Wilts1e Lorame Caslet BGSSIB Sheldon Howard Benson Carrie Shay Wxlloughby Adams a well behaved llkeable boy .15 My 1-M" HE Inner Wllly' was presented by our class dur1ng our semor year behaved llkeable boy IS overly protected by hrs three ma1den aunts Olga spxte of the Hbeautxful and sheltered lxfe glven to Wllloughby by his aunts pears Inner Wxlly h1s 1nner self ' IS seen and heard only by Wllloughby deal of confuslon However Inner W1lly manages to get W1lloughby a date Wxlloughby Adams, a well Loulse and Hester In h1s 1nner self f1nally ap and th1s causes a great wlth h1s secret heart throb Carol Mart1n After th1s Wxlloughby needs no further help from Inner W1lly who then d1sappears leavmg behmd only h1s sult of long underwear THE INNER WILLY Coland Suckow Marlan Davls Aunt Hester Aunt Loumse Aunt Olga Inner Wxlly Mlke Stanley Clark Marybelle Turner Trudy Marshall Janet Marshall Carol Mart1n Wllloughby s malden aunts who have glven tum a beaut1 ful and sheltered l1fe Wllly s mner self bashful but a regular guy a tough guy the unexcltmg glrl next door l1vely, 16 year old twms Wxlloughby s secret heart throb 27 Alxce Dewmg Dor1s Taylor Quentin Whlte Gordon Sheldon Wxllard Cass Evelyn Duell Iva Ehas Joyce Munson Mona Walker ' 71 -i 'sg . -unlu- 1 .X , ,A x A . 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'v 5 ' Q I ,Q " -.1 f I ...- LP' Jumolzs sovuononfs Fm-:snnzn Encum sr-:vr-:Nm slxm rn-uno nm-1 szconn FOUl1Tl-I FIRST KINDERGAIITEN n S First row Mildred Wxgren, Daniel Traver Vice President Nancy Cass President Joyce Thierfeldt Treasurer Janice Clasdell Secretary, Joanne Ryberg Second row Autumn Suckow Jeanette Wald, Betty Jones Mary Ann Wiltsie, Evelyn Syogren, Elaine Warn, Margaret Hanson Joyce Martin, Carol Johnson Third row Charles Hildum Donald Mara Theodore Jackson, May Barton, Willis Ph1111ps, Clemence White, Marion Anderson WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF MARION ANDERSON went out with a girl? GORDON BARTON lost his temper? JANICE BLASDELL was bitten by the love bug? BYRON BRADY grew long hair? NANCY CASS lived next door to Mr Fedorka? MARGARET HANSON stopped flirting with the boys? TED JACKSON'S dreams of cowboys were shattered? HOWARD PARSONS had a perfect attendance certificate? GLADYS PHILLIPS kept her shoes on m class? BILL PHILLIPS could reJom the bachelors society? JOANNE RYBERG s typing improved? EVELYN SJOGREN Joined the Ice Follies? AUTUMN SUCKOW d1dIl,t go steady? JOYCE THIERFELDT kept her books straight? IEANETTE wAm didn't like '34 Fords? ELAINE WARN stopped watching trucks in the summer? JACKIE HANSEN got to school on time? CAROL JOHNSON broke her engagement? BETTE JONES weren t writing a book? DONALD MARA weren t griping about something? JOYCE MARTIN disliked movie theaters? CLEMENCE WHITE had a sister, and always told the truth? DAN TRAVER stopped cutting up fish? MARY ANN WILTSIE weren t so quiet? PETE HILDUM d1dIl,t laugh at his own Jokes? MILDRED WIGREN were hypnotized? MAY WILKINS made up her mind about one boy? 29 , , n . - n . , , Wilkins, Gladys Phillips, Miss Tatu-Advisor. Fourth row? Byron Brady, Howard Parsons, Gordon . . . i L I . . 3 . . I . ! . Flrst row Paulme Wllson, Edna Klme Secretary, janet Swanson Vlce Presldent Florence Gustafson Presl dent, Nancl Crxst Treasurer Barbara Payne, Second row Nancy Barber Lxlllan Wrxght Dolores Olson Mary Wrlght Dorothy Nelson Shxrley Swanson Dorothy Schoonover, Betty Blood Barbara Iohnson, Mlss Flemmg Advlsor Thxrd row Edward Dewmg Davrd Wrlcox jack Treadway Raymond W1lts1e Roger Hag lund Robert Stone, Kermlt R1ne1l Harold Classon Davld Wllcox Dolores Olson Jack Treadway Barbara Johnson Kermxt Rlnell Florence Gustafson Edward Dew1ng Nancx Crlst Shxrley Swanson Edna Khne Dorothy Nelson Paullne Wllson Roger Haglund Janet Swanson Dorothy Schoonover Barbara Payne Raymond W1lts1e Robert Stone Nancy Barber Harold Classon Betty Blood LOUIS Lmdholme Mlss Flemmg SUPHUIHUHES FAVORITE PASTIME wolflng keepmg the Dewmgs happy smashmg up cars plannmg her weddmg sleepmg baby srtting collectmg pxpes roller skatlng Chuck 1ce skatmg Ned gaddmg about photography Squlrt Ilm W. N. skatlng horses yelllng at her brother day dreammg readmg letters sleepmg to keep her Sophomores under control 30 AMBITION stay a bachelor have a hose to call her own own a Llncoln pass French to teach hrs chickens to squar to be a lady to stay on the basketball team Ilmlsl to try blue rmse next tlme to get mall to go to Brooklyn to move back to Frewsburg to ach1eve the perfect wave to learn to dr1ve housewnfe to w1n a mllkshake to be a farmer to be a cowboy to make h1m mlnd Cadlllac to leave Frewsburg bandleader to have the perfect class e dance , , , lf, it TQ- K, In 1 ' V is cr X744 ,. Q 1 3 iq , A, K Y v , NY h , . , I , ' , , ,. an A b T' Q ' fy S 'X ' E i 4, 5' . ' S W fqf ' t 2, 4- -1: J' 5 V ' ' , R . ' L V 1 . ' , cv ' q, V T VY v., C I x Q R 0 Xi S get Y - Y g ll-xx ' nf . I . L V 1.57 L4 j : . . . - - . . , - ' ' 9 . : 9 i . x I ,l 0 , s , u I , u n ' ' D D: 9 7 7 9 ' 9 s ' . . . to ' ' to . to . ' ' to fafsumfn 1 11'- 'N F1rst row Iva Poole, Donna Mae Arnold V1ce Presxdent, Donalene Olson Treasurer, Sherwood Nel son Pres1dent Dorothy W11tS16 Secretary Nancy Ehrhart Second row Allen Mmser, lean Seth Phyllls Ehrhart, Ardlth Parsons, Beverly Llndsay, Ioan Sheldon, Dons Llttlefleld, Ioan Barker Joyce Thurston Barbara Larson, M1ss Aaron Adv1sor, Roland B1llqu1st Th1rd row Iamce Young Sh1rley Mason, Av1s Chandler, Cleora Bennett, Romayne Wi1tSl8, Robert K1r1k, Iohn Petransky Theodore Stone Fourth row Wzllxam Irw1n, Charles Oberg, W1ll1am Wa1te, Ernest W11ts1e, Floyd Parsons john Brotherton Wxlham Greene, Ronald Waite EIGHTH BHHDE F1rst row Donavon Bengston Charles Greene john Meleen, Thomas Darlmg, George Llttlefleld, George Bernhardt, Ronald Greene, Peter Sheats Second row Sandra Young, Theodore Clark, john Whlte Secretary, Norman Morgan VICE Pres1dent Betty Warn Treasurer, Nancy Becker Th1rd row Donna Bova Katherme Seek1ns Joanne Haglund julxa Abers Dorothy Phllbrlck, Alberta Rowley, Bev erly Rxnell Carolyn Holmqu1st, Mary Tornstrom Io Ann Swanson, Evelyn Blair Iamce BJork Mr Mess1na Fourth row All1son Scott, Rlchard Whlte, Clarence Irwln Thomas Boyle, Claybourne Sa ger, Donald Erxckson, Clyde Blackmer, Frank Engblom Fxfth row Allen Blasdell, Carl Lindahl Floyd H1ller, John Rounds, Otto Gustafson, Betty Spencer, Barbara Sheldon, Carol Bennett, Nancy Coons, Lo1s Mae W11tS16 31 , if - rf. 1 ' . 3: f ,A , .J 0 . , ' l N 1- Q Q ' 1 ' . 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' . 2' 1 Y x .J . . 1 I - 1 1 - I . - - . . - . . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' . . . . . . - . , , . . , L, . , SEWIIH UHHUF F1rst row Edwln Sandberg Joy Barber, Norma Johnson Vice Presldent, Harold Erlckson Presldent, Calvm Bragg Secretary Evelyn Seek1ns Treasurer, Sylvla Nelson Second row Ph1l1p Traver Theo dore Seekms Sh1r1ey Sheldon, Constance Blood, Elalne Meleen, Jack Lindholme, Eugene Shures Roger Stone, Lawrence Sandberg Th1rd row Dav1d Munson, Dan Turney, Paulme Markham, Ednamae Walsh Carol Johnson, Jean Swanson, Barbara Llnd, Donna Parsons Emlly Brady, Joan Danlelson, Helen Swxng er Harry Dean M1ss Smxth Fourth row Elmer Johnson, Dw1ght Peterson, James Rowley Charles Carley, Allan Rowley, Donald Jones, Esther Battles, Mary W11tS16 Carol Ann Bartlett Arloene Johnson Mary Kehe Gary Clark SIXTH GHHUE Flrst row John Thxerfeldt, Susan Wh1te E11sabeth Pearson, Beverly Youngberg, Beverly Starks Donna Nelson Pauhne Walker, Thomas K1r1k Second row Leonard Wh1te, Norman Crow, V1rg1n1a Moore, Donna Swanson, Nancy Hxller, AIICC C0011dge, Lynnette Irwln, Ann Mane Erlkson, Ed1th Bartlett Lu ella Moore Joyce Holmqulst, John Young Thlrd row BenJam1n Wh1te, Marvm Bernhardt, Mary Dowd, Mary Jane Nelson, Idabelle Ann1s, Ethel Walte, Nancy W1lts1e, Naom1 S1tler, Nellxe Barrus, Beverly Bengston, Mlss Derby Fourth row Bryan L1mberg, James Jones Herbert Robbms W1ll1am Dallas, Wmlham Treadway, Harold Engstrom Bruce Peterson, Robert Johnson, Ernest Dan1e1son, Garry Wand Absent Otls Blakeslee, Elmer Danlels, Roger Sundell, Merle Houghwot, Norma Johnson 32 . 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J V ' sc f J, ff A x . : . . , . , 7 . . . n 1 . . . . . . . . . . . , - , . . . : . . . . . . : . , . , . . . . , . . 0 : . . 0 HFTH GHHDE if Jlx v Jean Morey Gwendolyn Meleen Second row Evelyn Brotherton Carol Motter Sandra L1ndstrom Donna Walsh Nancy F1Sh Bonme M1nser Loxs S1tt1nger, Eva Parsons Laura Lee Jones Bradley Slttler Th1rd row Fred Seth Nancy Green Raymond Johnson, Thomas Traver Dav1d L1ndqu1st Thomas Dorsey, Bruce L1ndahl R1chard Spontaneo, Shlrley Becker Mrs Sager Fourth row Dxck Nelson, Cralg Sheldon R1chard Walsh, Jean Barker Barbara W1lts1e Suzanne Howard Harrxett Khne Donna Jacobson Jean Carter Absent MHFCIH Husted D1ck Monroe Beverly Wargo FOURTH GHHDE ihkxf-Qs Flrst row Carol Carlson, Mar1an Clark Joyce Johnson Laura Mae Johnson Wanda Nelson Carol Sears, Harrlett Hlmes, Beulah Stanton Second row Charles Peterson, Helen H111, Allen Evans, Robert Merchant, Dale Erlkson, Dale Nelson, Ph1ll1p Newman, Bruce Cr1st, Kenneth Robbms, Cyn th1a Mackle, Brxan Johnson. Th1rd row: Curty Spontaneo, George Hamllton, Roger Markham, John Turk, Nancy Ggggpe, Barbara Suckow, Sandra Lanphere, Cora Irw1n, Marrlyn Hamllton, W1n1fred Dowd. Back row Robert Greene, LaDare Llttle, Patrlcxa Wald, Rlta Wrlght, Janet Jacobson, Lo1s S'sson, Ruth Gustafson, Franklln Rexser, Kenneth Rowley, James Engstrom, Dav1d Sheldon, George Rowley. 33 I X W . , N S ,, , ,. K , x 'aku J I ' W Q ' ' r- , - V Q.. ' + . ' an I ' ' A . J ft V -' 1 S f f ni- 1 . 1, , ' If 'A , 1' ,Q t K .J ' ..lQ. ' First row: Myrna Himes, Kathleen Ryberg, Janet Wasberg, Mary Anne Cook, Doris Blackmer, Lois ! ' : 7 7 ' 7 7 7 1 7 7 ' : Y 7 7 7 , , . . : 7 7 7 7 , . : , , . 'A v l 6 v' - . , '- - ,E ' Q - , 1 M' . . . - . . .. I - ' if? X K Y l , ' ' A K ' '. gy H . l r ,I w '- ' I 1' ' J .- . J K I u -U ' L" 'K 1 . : . 7 7 7 7 THIRD GHHUE F1rst row Al1c1a Holmquxst Ethelyn Johnson, Mur1el Hager, Betty Rowley, Al1ce Bova Teressa Traver, Norma Dulmus, Carol Johnson Second row Frank Seeklns, Grlffm Smlth Andrea Peter son, Peter Hansen Raymond Martm Donald Mclntyre Jerry Parsons, M1chael Nelson Shayne Mun ger Marcla Hultberg Th1rd row Ronald Johnson, Paul Kehe, Larry Starks, Robert Dene L1ndqu1st, Robert Reed Carlson, John Mclntyre, Dav1d Barker Robert B Johnson Robert McCoy Mrs Porter Back row Ronald Youngberg, John F1ebelkorn Lars Stone, Neota H111, Jean Anderson Joyce S1sson T1m0thy Bjork, Charles Carlson Absent D1ana Blakeslee, Vermont Blakeslee Lee Roy Grover Wayne Rowley Adel1ne Garwood, Gertrude Shreve SECUHD GHHDE ! Q--TK Flrst row Kathleen Barker, Patric1a Eckman Maxlne Husted Mma Mae Moore Marleen Donelson Mary L1ttle Llnda Mamwarxng Elsa Pearsons Mlss Olds Second row Rlchard Besnon Wllllam Lmdberg, Thomas Evans Roger Jacobson Gordon L1nd Roger Brxghtman Bruce Darl1ng, Albert Hawley Edward Davls Thxrd row Dav1d Hansen, James Lmdsey, Jeanette R1ce, Allen Ham1lton, Dlane Frankson, Donna Lmdstrom, Harnet Cushner, Nancy Barrus, Theodore Anderson Back row Judy Ham1lton Norma Jean Mlnger, John Parsons, Sh1rley Mane Johnson Kathleen Walsh Denms Johnson Clyde Irw1n Absent Stephen Chr1st1an, Eugene Russell, Lella Blakeslee, Phyllls Hough wot, Dxane W11tS18 34 L A s - 1. ,aj W. L my S ,tx ., . -- 4' S: Lfi , ,a P f - - A -- K , . X -- 4 . '5 I "' x ll L V .J , . . ' 5 ' , ", - - V " h ' xv J . X, - . F -- ,ky V - . 5 ' V , ', ' ' v - 5 , C' 1 I . - , -V, .X J -. 'N . I . ,ig Nj M , . .rl , . P3 , . f , ' If s- .- J X ' ' 3 , S 1 '75 iw. Q- I V "'- ' us . ---E I 3, 0 r W wl'?7 S 'E . ' ' I , , o L. 1 , " 1 1 Q x ' a - 5 a ' 1 9 ' ' : 1 7 9 ' 2 s 1 , . x Il H ' 2 A - X I "2 '-,gif , 'Q , ' M ' ', ' 's . ' Q. ,jd 0 .. ,J ,lvl S . .. . 5 hs 4' Q ' ,L tv is L G' . 6 .. Q D 4 Q 1. ' 4. , LA 0 .Q x, " " sf -Q e- 'nf , J I , 'K :- J I L k ' -J ," 1, I X 1 K A . 1 lx -A J Ta!" , - 1 1 7 9 Q J 7 x ' : 7 x Q J 1 , . . . : . . . . . . . . : 1 J 1 , . I ' . FIRST GRHDE First row: Lois Carlson, Roberta Dean, Constance Nobbs, Verna Jean Seekins, Patricia Berg, Carol Horner, Sharon Munger, Sylvia Lindboom, Carol Jean Cook. Second row: Gladys Howe, Martha Jean Bova, Jeanne Pretzer, Barbara Sanborn, Donna May Springer, Judith Danielson, Emerald Seekins, Richard Markham, Edward Stone, Mrs. Impey. Third row: John Rice, Robert Brightman, Terry John son, Wayne Robinson, Larry Ecklund Thomas Atkins, Wayne Lofgren Roger Jacobson Gordon Dan iels, Sheldon Anderson, David Christian HIHDEHGHHTEH First row Grace Turk Suzette B1ork Milton McIntyre Donald Daniels Dona Lindburg, Kathleen Terrence Olofson, Marilyn Anderson Harry Hardinger Arthur Culver Gary Berg Karen Ingeman Kathryn Myers, Ann Hanson Alice Brightman Michelle Birt Judy Swanson Third row Gene Waid Betty Johnson, Sharon Johnson Donald Irwin David Seth Gary Darling Joseph Marsh Laureen Lar son, Karoline Johnson Absent Jane Ann Hew Sandra Swanson Richard Niles R1chard Westman Sally Sheats Robert Davis 35 ' 1 N- J 9 1 Paul, Lois Starks, Rebecca Motter, Joyce Hawley, Cathleen Carson, David Covey. Second row: . 7 . 3 Y 7 ! , . . , . . , 0 . I . J . 1 ' y U 1 2 ' . ! 2 l 7 . i ! . ! 3 . ' X., Hamm-e.5c1ue. G ai' T 3998? Mow-:ew.U.sT+han one -TNC suckers Linden- Hwe. M454-le he DMM'-5 l'dPr,y M3 if Doubjg Ivoabl Wk G-ood bye., cruel Wov- 5 yn hlfe J' 1 !- da is 83 N J F1-newly advme. ,L sue sum Heaffh 'S S0 5""'8 i , L,,3',af2 I -fy 1 X ,, ., f ',, xg f' 1" . . L " J n si 1 , A K I 41, ef. ,. Ei " 4' N 4 . K I 'V ' JPL., fic ,. we I I N M .""f'1' I 11-T' Q ' - -5 in I 9 gf 4 M ' f' . N U H I ' J u K 2 , - " in A f A51 2 . 1 t I ' ' r, F E 61 .l- 4:-If THLE1-ES X gl hr QIOQQWD , ll 5 lx Q? yr I? J Q, f'?'i'i If , QI' UT To THE Bmsw A bu? I 'il fl HTHLETIC HSSUCIHTIUH Fedorka advlsor, Nancl Cr1st Treasurer, Ioyce Munson Secretary, Davld W11cox V1Ce Pres1dent, Lawrence Seekms Pres1dent JUHIUH VHHSITU 'W First row Mr Fedorka, lack Treadway Dan1e1Traver t1me keeper Quentln Whlte Gordon Barton manager Second row Charles Oberg, Gordon Qheldon B111 Greene, Otto Gustafson Ted Clark, Harold Classon John Meleen Sherwood Nelson 37 Mr. - ' - - - ' - ' s 1' "L .' ., 'Q . . V , K , V - - . . -. - . . ' ' 1 1 7 - . 0 L . - 9 J 2 1 ' F1rst row Mr Fedorka M1chael Church111, Kermeth W11cox, Second row Gordon Barton, W1ll1s Ph1llips Clemence White, Wxllard Cass, lawrence Seekins, Edward BHSHETBHLL Dewmg, Dav1d Wxlcox Frewsburg Hlgh s small but aggresslve hard f1ght1ng team went through a brxllant d1sp1ay of 1ts talents 1n the 1947 48 season The thrlllmg games of the season were wlth Southwestern who defeated us tw1ce by a small margin, Cherry Creek, wh also defeated us, and Bemus Pomt from whom we took honors wlth a score of 35 24 Though th1s year's team lacks the experience and the he1ght of last year's f1ve, having only three hold overs, Nylander, Phi1l1ps, and Cass, an excep ball are found m the team as a whole Up from the J'v's to complete the Varsxty squad came Dave Wil cox, Ken Exlcox, Clem Wlute, Ed Dewmg, Mxke Churchill and Lorry Seekins Congratulatlons to our fme, hxgh spxrited team and thanks to our Coach, Nlck Fedorka, for whip ping mto shape a team of which we can be proud 'denotes league games 38 SCHOOL Clymer Clymer 'Southwestern Cherry Creek Rlpley 'Bemus Point 'Chautauqua Warren .T V 'Southwestern Rlpley 'Bemus Pomt 'Chautauqua Indzvxdual Scorxng B111 Cass D1ck Nylander B111 Phillips Dave W1lcox Ken Wilcox Clem Whxte Lorry Seekins Mike Church1l1 Ed Dewmg THEY SLI SLI SLI SU ' ' ' , - WE ' - . ' ' 37 25 ' 32 20 ' ' o 19 28 ' 25 26 ' - . ' 41 26 35 24 ' 51 23 ' ' . . 55 28 ' - 26 33 tional spirit and willingness to play a fine brand of Cherry Creek 28 41 ' . ' 57 35 ' - ' 43 27 ' - ' lg---131 ' . ' rf--- 85 ' b-- 77 ' rg--- 37 C ---- 15 ' lf ---- 48 b-- 18 ' b-- 12 ' b-- 26 BHSEBHLL Kneeling: Clyde Blackmer-bat boy, Quentin White. Standing: Charles Hildum-Manager, David Wilcox, Bill Cass, Lawrence Seekins, Gordon Barton, Michael Churchill, Kenneth Wilcox, Gordon Sheldon Clemence White, Theodore Jackson Mr Fedorka FUUTBHLL First row Edward Dewmg Ted Clark B111 Greene Kenneth Wilcox, Charles Oberg, Otto Gustafson, David Wilcox Second row Clemence White Willard Cass, Willis Phillips Michael Churchill Lawrence Seekins Quentin White Mr Fedorka 39 , ,. . . . . . . . - I r 2 ' - 1 7 . . . . 2 ! 1' ' CHEER LEHDEHS F1rst row Joanne Ryberg Captam Second row Dolores Olson, Ioyce Munson Th1rd row Florence Gustafson, Autumn Suckow, May Wllkins JUHIUH CHEEH LEHDEHS fa-5' Nancy Becker, Donna Mae Arnold, Dorothy Wiltsie, Donalene Olson Captam 40 X Flrst row Charles Greene, Jan1ce Blasdell Harry Dean Joyce Thlerfeldt, Dons Taylor Treasurer st Wilt t Whltg Secretary Raymond Wiltsle, Allen Blasdell, John Meleen Harold Erxckson, Claybourne Quen 1n Sager, Norman Morgan Roger Swanson Th1rd row Charles Hxldum Pres1dent, Clemence White V1ce President .ft Flrst row Barbara Larson Dorothy W1lts1e, Janice Young, Joyce Thurston, Joan Sheldon, Shlrley M Cleora Bennett Marlan Davis pzamst, Joyce Thxerfeldt, Ahce Dewxng Treasurer Quentm ason, Wh1te Presxdent, Mona Walker Secretary, Robert Tyler V1ce Pres1dent, Gordon Barton, Jacquelme Wr1 ht L11l1am Hansen, M1ldred Wlgren, Carol Johnson, Joyce Martm, Florence Gustafson, Mary g , Wr1 ht Dorothy Nelson Jeanette Wald, Paulme W1lson Second row Mlss Woodmansee adv1sor, S Carr1e,Shay, Barbara Johnson, Joyce Munson, Lorame Casler, Beverly Johnson, Barbara Sheldon, Nancy Ehrhart, Phyll1s Ehrhart, Joan Barker, Autumn Suckow, May W1lk1ns, Ruth Stanton, Bessle Sheldon Harold Classon, R1chard Wh1te Th1rd row Betty Jones, Evelyn Syogren, Ela1ne Warn, Bl sdell Dor1s Taylor Eleanor Kl1ne, B111 Ph1ll1ps, Charles Oberg Last row Joanne Janlce a , Ryberg, Gladys Ph1ll1ps, Nancy Cass, Nanc1 Cr1st, Nancy Barber, Donalene Olson, Beverly L1nd ll 1 Ed say Betty Blood, Barbara Payne, Janet Swanson, Dolores Olson, Davld WIICOX, B1 Boy e, ward Dew1n Clemence Wh1te, Roger Swanson, Dan1e1 Traver, Roger Haglund, B111 Cass, Gordon S Sheldon, Howard Benson, John Meleen, Thomas Darlxng, Av1s Chandler, Donna Mae Arnold, Iva Poole. 41 'J I 1 ' , . ,,--, : H ' 1 2 g 5 .NX . : . , , . . - , Alice Dewing Marian Davis, Evelyn Duell, Miss Woodmansee-Director. Second row: Erne sie, . . - . , . a ' : ' ' 5 fr .. Liu A -5 4, 1 ,C9 14-7.1 " ' A if - s 1 -,,- 1 1 , : , fr 1, y -:-.QA , I . is s: , ...l 111, -' f we 5 1 'ij' fs , 1 'f . I 1 . . . - . . . . . - , . y A . . . - l THE IHIHHDO il pr K O 1' 'Q C Row one Bess1e Sheldon Jamce Blasdell Joyce Munson Rlchard Whlte Clemence Wh1te Jeanette Wa1d, Damel Traver Roger Swanson, Quentln Whlte, Beverly Johnson, Harold Classon Lorame Casler, Charles Hxldum Row two Joanne Ryberg, Barbara Sheldon, Carrxe Shay, Joan Barker Nancy Ehrhart Jamce Young Joyce Thurston Ardmth Parsons Iva Poole, Phy1l1s Ehrhart Paullne W1lson Mxldred W1gren Row three Joyce Martm, Gladys Ph1ll1ps, Nancy Barber Barbara Lar son, Joyce Th1erfe1dt, E1a1ne Warn, May W1lk1ns, Ruth Stanton, Nancx Cr1st, Dorothy Nelson Janet Swanson, W1111s Ph1ll1ps John Meleen Thomas Darl1ng, W1l11am Boyle, Roger Haglund Row four Gordon Barton, Robert Tyler Davld Wllcox, Wxllard Cass, Edward Dewmg, Donna ae Arnold, Barbara Johnson, Donalene Olson, Mona Walker, Shxrley Mason, Joan Sheldon, Beverly L1ndsa L1ll1an Wrlght Florence Gustafson, Howard Benson Gordon Sheldon, Dolores Olson Barbara Payne N the MIKADO, each character rea11st1cal1y 11ved h1S part both 1n s1ng1ng and speakmg Quentm Whlte as Nank1 Poo falthfully portrayed the wandermg, lovesxck mlnstrel, Beverly Johnson as Yum Yum revealed unusual sweetness of tone Roger Swanson, as Lord Hlgh Execu t1oner, cleverly showed sever1ty, lemency, and fmally ' romance We suffered when he con templated h1s horr1b1e task but re3o1ced when he lacked courage Clemence Whxte as Pooh Bah carned through h1s trlckery well the M1k3dO represented by Damel Traver, was a true emperor h1d1ng h1s emotlons under a mask of dlgmty and pr1de Katlsha, played by Jeanette Wa1d 1ntr1gued us by her coyness, especxally durlng such a ro mantxc proposal P1sh Tush as Charles Hlldum mterpreted well the part of a noble lord The two s1sters, played by Lorame Casler and Joyce Munson, lent a pleasmg note of varlety to the effectxve settlngs 42 SHFETLI PHTHUL Kneeling Harold Erlckson, Elmer Johnson Standing Donald jones, james Rowley Theodore Seekins Edwin Sandberg, Mxss Smlth Advisor, Phlllip Traver Roger Stone, HUUH HUUH HELPEHS Nancy Flsh, Jean Barker, Nancy Ehrhart, Phyl11s Ehrhart Jean Swanson, Pauline Walker, Evelyn Brotherton, Susan White Mr Fedorka Advlsor 43 Allen Rowley. , , L , a ' l o FUTURE FHHWERS Fzrst row Dlck Engstrom Thomas Darhng lack Petransky B111Irw1n Second row Harold Classon Reporter jack Treadway Treasurer, Dxck Nylander Presxdent, Kenneth W11cox V1ce Pres1dent, Davld Wxlcox Kermlt Rlnell Thxrd row Raymond W11ts1e Otto Gustafson Lawrence Seekxns Wlllard Cass Mlchael Church111, Coland Suckow, Robert Stone Howard Parsons Ted Stone, John Meleen B111 Wazte Mr Gulvm Advxsor HBE IUHHDEHS F1rst row Elame Warn Charles Hxldum Mona Walker Kenneth Wllcox Dorls Taylor Iamce Blasdell Mr Sanborn Advisor Second row W1111s Ph1111pS Quentm Whlte, Lawrence Seekms Coland Suckow Joyce Munson Davmd Wllcox Iac? Treadway 4 - 9 s s ' - . - , - - . - x ' - 9 r 1 1 9 9 1 9 ' ' ' :LG I ff 1 I l , , , , gg, ,.. , .. 4 - 1 1 J 1 1 1 - ' ' I - 9 1 1 9 v ' TRI-HI-U First row Evelyn Duell V1ce Presldent Marxan Dav1s Presxdent Mlss Flemlng Advlsor, Carrle Shay Secretary Janxce Blasdell Treasurer Joamme Ryberg Second row Barbara Johnson Nancl Cr1st, Mildred Wigren, Gladys Ph11l1ps, Nancy Cass Dolores Olson, Mona Walker Janet Swanson, Dons Taylor Autumn Suckow, Iva Ehas Florence Gustafson Thlrd row Paulme W1lson Barbara Payne Nancy Barber May W11k1ns Betty Jones, Jacquelme Hanson, Joyce Thxerfeldt, Elaine Warn Evelyn S1ogren Fourth row Ahce Dewmg Dorothy Schoonover Shlrley Swanson, Jeanette Wald Ruth Stanton, Bessle Sheldon, L11l1an Wrxght, Eleanor Kllne Dorothy Nelson Carol Johnson Joyce Martin, Joyce Munson, Beverly Johnson Edna Kline it HO were those atrocltxes that invaded Frewsburg I-hgh X X They spent two days of ab1ect mxsery before celebrat1ng the1r safe passage by staying up all mght at the slumber Party After the m1t1at1on we sponsored mov1es every Wednes day noon Under Mlss Flernmg s able leadershlp we also conducted a courtesy campmgn We hope that our organxzatlon w1ll contmue to lmprove as we feel lt has durmg this year 45 5 X 'Q lg, last October? Initiate-s of our Tri-Hi-Y Club, of course. 53' ' a . ' ' . ' M I u n n Q , . ' . 1 . x, ' - ff V HJUSIC HPPHECIHTIUH Knee11ng Carrle Shay, Janice Blasdell Pres1dent Seated Mar1an Dav1s, Iva Ehas Secretary, Evelyn Duell, Cleora Bexmett, Ahce Dewmg, Eleanor Kline Standmg M1ss Woodmansee and Mlss PHUTUGHHPHU CLUB Seated John Brotherton Treasurer, Sandra Young, Janice Bjork, Mr Sanborn Advisor, Joyce Martln Secretary, Allen Minser. Standing: Roger I-Iaglund, Harold Classon, Ronald Waite, Mar1on Anderson, Charles Carley, Damel Traver President. 46 Fleming-Advisors, Betty Warn, Evelyn Blair, Joyce Thierfeldt, Evelyn Sjogren, Elaine Warn, Mar- gd nnncf cuss Standing: Nancy Ehrhart, Doris Littlefield, Robert Tyler-Treasurer, Nanci Crist, Miss Smith, Donalene Olson, David Wilcox, Donna Mae Arnold, Willis Phillips, Dolores Olson, William Boyle, Kenneth Wilcox-President, Beverly Lindsay-Vice President, Joyce Thurston, William Waite, Miss Tatu. First row: Gladys Phillips, Jacqueline Hansen, Betty Jones, Mary Kehe, Barbara Lind, Joan Sheldon, Shirley Mason. Second row: Carl Lindahl, Donna Parsons, Norma Johnson, William Irwin, Elaine Meleen, Donna Bova, Thomas Boyle, Iva Poole, Jean Seth, Phillip Traver, Shirley Sheldon, Joan Danielson, Dwight Peterson, Helen Springer, Pauline Markham, Roger Stone. Third row: Howard Benson, Shirley Swanson, Dorothy Schoonover, Ardith Parsons, Barbara Sheldon, Mildred Wigren, Raymond Wiltsie, Betty Spencer, Ernest Wiltsie, Gordon Sheldon, Allen Rowley, Robert Klrik, Dorothy Nelson, Jeanette Waid, Gordon Barton, Lillian Wright, Barbara Johnson. HUHIE HIHHIHG CLUB Seated Carol Bartlett, Carol Johnson, Constance Blood, Jean Swanson Mary Thornstrom, Lois Larson Vice President Absent Janice Young President, Nancy Coons Secretary 47 Wiltsie-Treasurer. Standing: Mrs. Brotherton-Advisor, Emily Brady, Mary Wiltsie, Barbara RHLLIU CLUB I-1r::,i....'i Seated: Robert Stone, Theodore Stone, Byron Brady, Lawrence Seekins-President, William Greene, Willard Cass-Treasurer, Mr. Gulvin-Advisor. Standing: Sherwood Nelson, Roland Billquist, Charles Oberg, Coland Suckow-Secretary, Richard Engstrom. RIFLE CLUB Second row Mr Fedorka Floyd Parsons, Louis Lindholme, Harry Dean jack Treadway, Donald jones, Theodore Jackson 48 First row: Quentin White, George Littlefield, Charles Greene, Kermit Rinell, Jack Petransky. Z ' 2 ' 1 umm cum gg Seated: First row: Carolyn Holmquist-Vice President, Allison Scott, Arloene johnson, Sylvia Nelson, Evelyn Seekins. Second row: Carol Bennett, Beverly Rinell-Secretary, Joanne Haglund, Catherine Se'ekins-President. Standing: Arthur Button, Elmer Johnson, Iohn Rounds- Treasurer, Alberta Rowley, Clarence Irwin, Eugene Shures, Lawrence Sandberg, Iames Rowley Floyd Hiller, Mrs Westphal Advisor BULULIHG CLUB First row Edna Kline, Dorothy Wiltsie Fred Walrod Treasurer Joyce Munson, Beverly Johnson President, Lora1ne Casler, Mary Wright, Margaret Anderson Second row Mr Murray Advisor, Frank Engbloom, Reginald White Gary Clark Thomas Dar11ng Mona Walker Romayne Mltsie, David Munson Allen Blasdell Donald Erickson, Mr Messma Advisor Third row Don avon Bengston, Claybourne Sager Clyde Blackmer, Richard White, Norman Morgan, Edwin Sand berg, Harold Erickson, Peter Sheats, Carl Lindahl 49 7 O - I . . . . . - ' I ! - ' ' . : . - Y 7 ! 7 , , . - . : - , - . zsrfml C661-46. 1- +M'rs D H5 A 6 T Slewav-'F C1 CYSOU MW- 4- M-rs A++hu1f- Nun--lensan i lcew-o would love HHS Tw-zan3!e. T3 :K Nhss 32.1 Weaver X 1 nd SUJBHEA H6545 An-Phond 6 Q1 + F1-aendl eopa 'ra Enemijgs 1- ' , V I , wif V 2' , Q X - 4 " , , Q! 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