Frewsburg Central School - Senior Leaves Yearbook (Frewsburg, NY)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1949 volume:
THE Class of '49 presents this edition of "The
Senior Leaves" as a memo of the many happy days
spent in our school. May you receive as much en-
joyment frorn reading our annual as we had pro-
WE., the Class of '49 dedicate our yearbook to
our parents who have stood by us faithfully, and
who have guided and encouraged us in the many
trials and problems of our school life.
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FREWSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL
LELAND C. SANBORN, Principal
FREWSBURG, NEW YORK
GLEN D. SHEATS ISABELLA LUNDGREN
President, Board of Education Clerk, Board of Education
February 1, 1949
Class of 1949,
"Wars begin in the minds of men" and hence, "it is in the minds
of men that the defenses of peace must be constructed" states the
opening of the preamble to U. N. E. S. C. O. The minds of each of
you, Seniors, has been influenced by your studies and activities in
Frewsburg Central School. Let us hope that the habits of right liv-
ing and sound thinking we have endeavored to give you, have become
so much a part of you, that your duty as a citizen of these United
States and you as a personality in society, will work for the construc-
tion of the defenses of peace.
"For war doesn't really begin in the minds of men generally,
or in the minds of very many men but .... begins in the minds of only
a very fewg and then it is not important, unless these very few minds
in which war has already begun, have unusual and very powerful in-
fluences over the minds of the many" to quote Dean William F. Rus-
sell of Columbia University. If this be true, may you ever guard and
cherish the freedoms, privileges and responsibilities of our demo-
cratic form of government. Remember your civic responsibilities,
be informedg serve your community. Never let indifference inter-
fere wlth progress toward better things here in Frewsburg, or
wherever you may be. Do your part willingly.
Leland C. Sanborn
Seated: Glen Sheats, Charles Barton, Ruth Kline, Brendice
Long, Isabella Lundgren. Standing: Percy Phillips, Lee
Minser, William Waite, Clifford Bender, Eugene Fish.
BUHHU UF EDUCHTIUH
GREETINGS and best Wishes to the
Class of 1949.
May the gold you seek be refined and
of such quality that it can never be lost.
Then, and only then, will it bring you eter-
nal joy and happiness.
f I. Wm. Anderson
Superintendent of Schools
FREWSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL
LELAND C. SANBORN, vfancipal
FREWSBURG, NEW YORK
GLEN D SHEATS ISABELLA LUNDGREN
P es dc t Board of Education Clerk, Board of Ed cation
February 1, 1949
We are living in a dynamic world - a world fraught with a
danger which we as rational, intelligent people cannot ignore.
Much has been said about the peril of the Atomic Bombg
but is it the Atomic Bomb or the human factor which makes us
so dangerous unto ourselves.
One person joined with millions form a Imation and nations
form the -world. This is a significant observation, for then, we
can properly focus our attention on the real crux of the problem
With this resolved, it is important that we cultivate an a-
wareness of the dignity of man and make possible its growth in
our cherished concepts of freedom.
This freedom should be defined unequivocally as an 0pp0r-
tunity to realistically and constructively help one another for the
benefit of all. It must be made clear that this freedom is not a
device to make possible the enslavement of civilization under a
cloak of race superiority or class warfare espoused by danger-
Our hope will come through the educated man - strong in
spirit - kind of heart - a believer in God.
Samuel N. Tota
Seated: Mr. Sanborn, Miss Cosgrove, Mrs. Dewing, Miss Aaron, Miss
Fleming, Mr. Tota. Standing: Miss Weaver, Miss Tatu, Mr. Adams,
Mr. Messina, Mr. Gulvin, Mr. Scofield, Miss Smith, Miss Woodmansee.
Leland C. Sanborn
SUBJECTS YEARS IN EDUCATION
TAUGHT F. C. S.
Principal Dartmouth College, A. B., Syracuse Univer-
Art, Soc. St.
Eng., Latin, Library
Soc. St., Science
Nurse, Att., Supv.
sity, M. A.
Alfred University, A. B., University of
Buffalo, M. E.
D'Youville College, A. B.
Mercyhurst College, A. B.
Mercyhurst College, A. B.
Carleton College, A. B.
St. Bonaventure College, B. S.
Cortland State Teachers College, B. S.
Geneseo State Teachers College, B. S.
Cornell University, B. S.
Fredonia Normal School, Columbia
University, M. A.
Keuka College, A. B., Cornell University, M
Cortland State Teachers College, B. S.
Mt. Sinai Hospital, R. N.
Seated: Mr. Murray, Mrs. Westphal, Mrs. Warn, Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Haley,
Miss Cross. Standing: Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Mahan, Mrs. Marsh,
Mrs. Nordland, Miss Derby, Miss Olds, Mrs. lmpey, Mrs. Sager, Miss Enos.
SUBJECTS YEARS IN EDUCATION
TAUGHT F. C. S. l
Asst. Principal Buffalo State Teachers College, B. S.,
Mathematics St. Bonaventure College, M. S.
Kindergarten Hunter College, A. B.
First Grade Fredonia State Teachers College
lst Sz 2nd Grades
3rd and 4th Grades
5th Sa Sth Grades
Fredonia State Teachers
Fredonia Normal School
Fredonia State Teachers
Fredonia Normal School
Fredonia State Teachers
Fredonia State Teachers
Edinboro State Teachers
Edinboro State Teachers
Ellington Training Class
Fredonia Normal School
Edinboro State Teachers
Fredonia Normal School
College, B. S.
College, B. Ed
College B. S.
College, B. S.
College, B. S.
Buffalo State Teachers College
Fredonia Normal School
Seated: Mr. Sanborn, Donald Mara- President, Nancy Barber - Vice-
President, Janice Young - Secretary, Miss Smith - Treasurer, Miss Aaron,
Miss Tatu, Mr. Adams. Standing: Fae Murray, Margaret Sjogren, Gladys
Phillips, Elaine Warn, Barbara Larson, Constance Blood, Norma Jean
Johnson, Peter Sheats, Ernest Wiltsie, Byron Brady,'Roger Sundell, John
Ekstrom, Lawrence Sandberg.
Norma Jean Johnson
First row: Joyce Thierfeldt, Nancy Barber, Mr. Tota, Clernence White, Charles Hildum, Gordon Bar
ton, May Wilkins, Mr. Sanborn. Second row: Donna Mae Arnold, Nanci Crist, Nancy Cass, Joanne
Ryberg, Dolores Olson, Edna Kline, Evelyn Sjogren, Janice Blasdell, Betty Warn, Margaret Hanson,
Elaine Warn, Jeanette Waid, Gladys Phillips, John Brotherton. Third row: Marion Anderson, Ted
Jackson, Donald Mara, Daniel Traver, Quentin White, Autumn Suckow, Joyce Martin, Bette Jones,
Byron Brady, Allen Minser, Roland Billquist, David Wilcox, Roger Haglund.
Donald Mara X
Donna Mae Arnold
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THE wheels creaked, the axle groaned, and at last we were on our way in search of
gold. Our journey started in September, 1945 under the guidance of Mr. Murray. The
officers of our covered wagon train were as follows: Margaret Hanson-President,
Charles Hildum-Vice-President, Ja.nice Blasdell-Secretary, Joanne Ryberg-Treasurer,
and Joyce Thierfeldt and Bill Phillips-Student Council Representatives. Our caravan
traveled rather slowly this year--cautiously testing the mountains and valleys that make
up high school life. During this lap of the journey, Byron joined our group.
On to the Sophomore year. We were used to our pioneer life by this time, and felt
that our lofty position as sophomores was really worth while. Mr. Rounds was the dri-
ver of our wagon train and we elected the following officers for leadership: Charles
Hildum-President, Clemence White-Vice-President, Margaret Hanson- Secretary, May
Wilkins-Treasurer, and Evelyn Sjogren and Donald Mara- Student Council Representa-
tives. Our accomplishment for that year was the sponsoring of a Spring Dance on May
Ah, at last our goal is in sightl As juniors, we became decidedly more agressive,
due to the strong competition given us by the seniors. We organized a strong fortress
with Miss Tatu as our advisor, Nancy Cass-President, Daniel Traver-Vice-President,
Janice Blasdell- Secretary, Joyce Thierfeldt-Treasurer, and Bill Phillips and Margaret
Hanson-Student Council Representatives. In October it was announced that we had
thoroughly skunked the seniors in the annual magazine contest. Throughout the year
we sold candy and pencils. When our class rings arrived in May, 1948, we had proof
that our rings -- the best ever obtained in F. H. S., represented the best class our
school had ever known. Our play "A Case of Springtime," was presented on May
23 and 24, and was a smashing success. In June, we sponsored the Moving-up Day
Dance, and treated the seniors to a boat ride.
Well, here we are. Seniors at last! Our covered wagon has aged quite a bit since
its joyous departure in 1945. Some members of the caravan have dropped out along
the way, but most' of us are still here, on the last lap of our journey for Gold. We,
the forty-niners, under the guidance of Mr. Tota, elected Clemence White as Presi-
dent, Margaret Hanson-Vice-President, Janice Blasdell-Secretary, Daniel Traver-
Treasurer, and Gladys Phillips, and Byron Brady- Student Council Representatives.
The year is drawing to a swift close. Thus far, we have sponsored the Autumn
Dance, Oct. 8, given our very successful play "Galloping Ghosts" on Nov. 5 and 6,
taken pictures for the yearbook, and helped to sponsor the Christmas Dance. There
is so much more to be done, but it will all work up to that exciting time of Commence-
ment with the resulting flurry of announcements and parties. It is only after we have
graduated that we will have truly found our gold -- the gold of knowledge, understand-
ing, and faith in the future. It is then that we, the forty-niners must disband, each to
find in his own way his own treasure of happiness.
"Red." He spends his time walking to Riverside
"Little white lies," star basketball player, sec-
ond in line in the White Clan. Mischievous, hap-
py-go-lucky, full of fun, popular.
Class Vice-Pres. 125, Class Pres. 147, Band 1l,2,
3,4-Pres.J, Chorus 11-45, Bowling 11,21 Music Ap-
preciation 131, Tumbling 14-Sec. Treas.J, "A
Case of Springtime", "Galloping Ghosts", "Ask
the Professor", "Marianne", "Mikado", Octet
13J, Basketball 11, 2,3,4J, Baseball 11, 2,3,4J
I Math, Science, Music
Margaret is our Kiantone classmate. One of the
inseparable two. Golden personality, sense of
humor, typical farmerette, pretty. ,
Class Pres. 111, Class Sec. 121, Student Council
Rep. 137, Vice-Pres. 141, Chorus 141, Homemak-
ing Club 111, Rifle 12-Treas.D, Music Apprecia-
tion 13D, Fire Warden 145.
1 Math, Science
y IANICE BLASDELL
"The brain." She is dependable, friendly, co-
operative and a friend to all. Whenever we get
sick, we'll go to Janice, our future nurse. Her
antics in gym class keep us in stitches.
Class Sec. 1l,3,4D, Band 12,3,4-Treas.J, Chorus
12,3,4-Sec.J, Dramatic 11,2-Pres.D, Music Ap-
preciation 13-Pres.D, Bowling 14-Pres.D, Tri-
Hi-Y 12,3-Treas., 4-Pres.J, Student Council
123, "A Case of Springtime", "Galloping Ghosts",
Dan is the future big businessman. Wears flashy
ties. Well-dressed, good looking, lemon rinse,
spends most of his time in Iamestovcm.
Class Vice-President 131, Class Treasurer 141,
Chorus 1l,2,3,4-President1, Dramatic Club 111,
Press 121, Photo Club 13-President1, Rifle Club
141, "Galloping Ghosts", "Ask the Professor",
Gladys is witty, co-operative, neat, one of the
short members of the class. Subject to laugh-
ing spells. Wears someone's ring. Skate fiend
Chorus 1l,2,3,41, Dramatic Club 111, Photo Club
"Galloping Ghosts ", H5 Case of Sp,ringtim ",
"Bristle Bean" is a modern Sir Walter Raleigh.
He proved to be a "Big Bang" in the play. Plays
the harmonica, short 1circuit1, square dances.
Student Council Representative 141, Bowling Club i'
121, Radio 131, F. F. A. 141, "A Case of Spring-
time", "Galloping Ghosts."
121, Dancing Club 131, Bowling Club 14-Secretary ,
"Ask the Professor ', 'Marianne ' , "Mikado '
Joyce is one of the four on the threshold of matri
mony. Goes in for "Bills." Scofield nursemaid,
quiet, neat, pretty hair.
to Club C3-Secretaryl, Homemaking MJ, Tri-Hi-
. Y C2,3,4j, "Galloping Ghosts", "Mikado",
Pete is our prestidigitator. He is famous for his
imitation of Mr. Tota. He is musically inclined-
voice, drums and trombone. Vihtty, unmatched,
Vice-President CD, President 121, Band 0,2-Pres
ident, 3-President, 41, Chorus il,2,3,4J , Press
Club Cl,2-Editor-in-ChiefD, Stage Craft C3-Presi-
dentj, Bowling 143, Fire Warden C3,4J, Manager
basketball, baseball Cl,2,4D, "A Case of Spring-
time", "Galloping Ghosts","Ask the Professor",
"Minnie" is the blond tornado of the Senior Class.
Number one of the Siamese Twins. Headed for bus-
Class Treasurer KD, Chorus Ql,2,3,4D, Bowling Club
CD, Dancing Club C2,3D, Cheerleading C2,3,4D, Tri-
Hi-Y C2,3,4D, " A Case of Springtime", "Gallop-
ing Ghosts", "Ask The Professor", "Marianne",
Chorus Q3,4J, Dancing Club 0,2-Treasurerj, Pho-
Autumn is soon joining the ranks of housewife.
Spends her spare time drawing ads. Accordion 1'
player, long curly hair, Harold, Frisco, diamond.
Chorus Q2,3,4J, Tri-Hi-Y Q2,3,4D, Homemaking
Club Ql,4-Pres.D, Rifle 125, Dancing CSD, Cheer-
leading CBD, "A Case of Springtime", "Mari-
sent and Future--farming. Shy, quiet, friendly,
neat, easy going. Absent minded professor.
Rifle C1,2J,PhotographyC3J, BowlingC4J, F.F.A.
C2-Treas., 3,4-Reporterb "A Case of Spring-
Nancy is outstanding Con the cornerj in sports.
She keeps company with Mr. Adams weekly.
Friendly, capable, Witty, and good looking. Where
there's Nancy, there's Minnie.
Class Pres. 131, Chorus C1,2,3,4-Treas.J, Bowl-
i.ng Club ill, Dancing C2, 35, Cheerleading Cl, 2,
43, "A Case of Springtime ", "Galloping Ghosts ",
"Ask the Professor", "Marianne ". "Mikado."
Math, Science, Latin
Marion is the class agriculturalist. Past, Pre-
Donny's sense of humor is appreciated even though
his jokes are older than Al Iolson. He gets into as
much trouble fourth periods with his senior priv-
ileges as he does without them. Radio fiend,
friendly, corny, fudge maker, a perfect crook in
Student Council CRep.-2, Vice Pres.-47, Aviation
CD, Photography 121, Rifle 'C3-Sec.-Treas., 4-Pres.D,
"Evie" is our future Jenny Lind. She likes to give
suggestions in English class. Serious minded,
ambitious, headed for New York City, fizziatrician
Student Council Rep. CD, Chorus f2,3,4J, Art QD,
Dramatics C2-Treasurerj, Music Appreciation CSD,
Public Speaking 141, "A Case of Springtime ".
"Marianne ", "Mikado."
Joyce is a definite attraction to Frew Rim Street.
Her experience with the yearbook and F.C.S.
Band Will lead her to editing the Etude. Pleas-
ant, attractive, ambitious and musical.
Class Treasurer 131, Band C1,2-Vice Pres., 3,4-
Sec.J, Chorus Cl,2,3,4J, Photo Club CD, Home-
making 121, Music Appreciation 133, Bowling Q4-
Vige-PreS,j, Tri-Hi-Y Q2,3,4-Vice Pres.D, "A
Case of Springtime 'Z Yearbook Editor, "Ask the
Professor ", "Marianne ". "Mikado ", Student
Council Rep. ill
Math. Science, Music
Elaine appreciates FUNNY jokes and likes to tell
them. She has that "Ivory" look. Reacts quickly
to the word "rest." Good natured, "Oh Mercy,"
likes parties, has a silly streak.
Chorus C2, 3, 45, Photo Club Cl5, Dramatic Club
C25, Music Appreciation 135, Tri-Hi-Y C2, 3, 4-
Student Council Rep.5, Fire Warden C3, 45,
"Marianne ", "Mikado."
"Charlie" is known as the squirt gun fiend. He
loves to get a certain Senior under the mistletoe.
S20 presents, temper, temper, favorite saying,
Band 125, Chorus Kl,2,3,45, Bowling Club C15,
Dancing C2,35, Tumbling C45, "A Case of Spring-
time ", "Ask the Professor 'L "Marianne ",
"Mikado ", Basketball C2,3-Manager,45, Base-
' TZ 5
't ' if Math, Science
May likes to be in style. Know any good sacroi-
liac specialists? Makes the most use of M.rs.
Dewing's learned art. Determined, clairvoyant,
Chorus Cl,2,3,45, Dancing Club Cl,35, Press
Club C25, Homemaking C45, "Galloping Ghosts ",
"Ask the Professor ", Tri-Hi-Y C2,3,45,
"Marianne ", "Mikado."
Ieanette is always willing to help others. She
seems to like it on the floor during gym classes.
She spends her time going to the shows with Bob.
Dependable, pleasant, athletic, patient.
Chorus il, 2, 3, 43, Bowling CU, Dancing Club
C2, BJ, Homemaking C4-Vice Presidentl, Tri-Hi-
Y C2, BJ, Baton CZ, 35, "A Case of Springtime",
"Ask the Professor", "Marianne'?, "Mikado,"
THEODORE IAC KSON
"Teddy" is known for his stick-to-itiveness. Want
to argue?--see Ted. Mr. Adams' pest. Detective,
blonde swede, favorite saying---"Dumb farmer."
Bowling Club C1,2D, Rifle Club K3-Pres.D, Camera
Club 141, "A Case of Springtime", Baseball C2,3,
"Jackie" spends her time writing letters to M1 hi
gan. She chaperons Nancy and Mr. Adams on their
weekly visits. Horseback rider, athletic.
Chorus C2,3,4J, Homemaking 111, Bowling KZJ, Art
C3-Treasurerl, Consumer's Economics C4J, Tr1-H1-
Y C2,3,-45, "A Case of Springtime", "Marianne",
Bette's favorite movie star is "Boston Blackie."
She's the only one in the class with two class
rings. Beautician, high C, Robin Hill. ld.,
Chorus C2,3,4D, Homemaking CD, Dancing 125, Mu-
sic Appreciation CSD, Bowling CID, "Marianne",
Howard is the happy-go-lucky type. He dreams
of "Jeanie with the light brown hair." Brings
5 in the bacon fusually fryingj, Chappell's Lumber
, Rifle Club CD, Dancing Club 121, Bowling Club
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C4-Captainl, F. F. A. Cl,2,4D.
MIL DRED WIGREN
"Millie" is an asset to Howard's bowling team.
Future reporter of New York Times. Original
co-operative basketball guard, loquacious.
Chorus C2,3,4D, Dancing Club 41559, Newspaper
423, Bowling 443, Tri-Hi-Y C2,3,4J, "Ask The
Professor", "Marianne", "Mikado,"
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WE, the Class of '49, being of sound mind and body, do ordain and establish
this our last Will and Testament. We leave the following articles to our friends
Dan Traver - -
Ted Jackson . .
Jeanette Waid .
Elaine Warn. .
May Wilkins .
Nancy Cass . .
Marion Anderson. .
Joyce Martin . . . .
Jacqueline Hansen .
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his lemon rinse to Barbara Johnson so she can keep her
hair blond for Gordon.
his inertness to Edna Kline so she can take her time
once in awhile.
a map of the roads between Frewsburg and Jamestown
to Dorothy Nelson so she won't get lost.
her worries to Barbara Payne so she has something to
keep her bookkeeping worries company.
his practical jokes to Norman Morgan so he can carry
on in Clem's place.
to Nanci Crist she leaves her angel's wings so she can
fly down to Texas.
her knowledge of parking places to Dorothy Schoonover.
four easy lessons on "How to Get a Diamond" to Dolores
Her brother to Florence Gustafson in hopes that she can
get along with him better than Nancy does.
his Xmas paper dolls to Bob Stone.
his pamphlet on "How to Stay Away from Women" to David
a bottle of ammonia to Janet Swanson so she can clean her
her letters from Michigan to Barbara Sheldon so she will
have something to do on her long winter evenings.
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Ioyce Thierfeldt . . .
Bette Jones . .
Gordon Barton ....
Donald Mara .....
Byron Brady .....
Evelyn Sjogren .
Janice Blasdell . . .
Gladys Phillips ....
Mildred Wigren .
her clarinet to Claybourne Sager so he won't have so much
trouble on the high notes.
her gum chewing ability to Marilyn Bemis.
his temper to Barbara Larson so she can "Fly off the
handle" once in a while.
his technique in giving sales talks to Pauline Wilson.
his shortness to Billl Greene so he won't feel so tall.
her artistic ability to Roger Haglund.
a bottle of red hair dye to Reggie White so he can carry on
her place on the honor roll to Allen to keep it in the
her weekly trips to Russell and her pair of skates to
her noon hour duties to Dorothy Philbrick.
his happy-go-lucky manner to john Brotherton.
The Class of '49 leaves:
All the arguments we could have had to Mr. Tota
To Mr. Adams, comfortable chairs in the lab. so the future science classes can
concentrate on class work instead of the agonies of the old chairs.
Our mistakes to the Class of '50 so they can profit by them.
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Q HAVING moved Westward and settled, We see our classmates performing
their daily duties.
Marion is running his ranch by remote control.
Byron has quit Ma.rion's group of hired hands and is running a ranch in
Bette and Jackie are the new make-up artists for RKO motion pictures.
Having used their past experience to good advantage, Nancy and Joanne are
now frequently seen standing on the corner of Hollywood and Vine.
May is still spending her hard-earned money for bus tickets to Buffalo,
only now she has farther to go.
Ted is now a first-class F. B. I. agent in Death Valley.
Gladys has become a switchboard operator and keeps calling all the mem-
bers of the class of '49.
Dan has seated himself comfortably behind his desk and is relaxed in his
We hear that Pete is now playing the drums in a classy orchestra and is a
magician on the side. ' I
Janice has hired herself out as a private nurse to all the spoiled movie star
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Joyce M. and Bill are burning up the telephone lines from East Aurora to keep
the rest of us in touch with their married life.
Gordon is still a bachelor, but is keeping as many girls on the string.
Evelyn is an opera singer on the California branch of the Metropolitan.
Joyce T. can be seen making her rounds in the Wilds of Oregon, visiting everyone
on the parish charge.
Elaine is making beautiful false teeth for each member of the class as we
grow older. '
Autumn and Harold are raising horses on their horse ranch.
On the next ranch, Margaret and Clemence are living in blissful happiness,
raising little White red-heads.
Mildred is now chief spy for Louella Parsons.
Howard has now become an expert in his field -- stage managing for Columbia
Last, but not least, Bob Hope is now writing jokes for Donny's new radio Vpro7
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First row: Janice Blasdell, Joyce Thierfeldt, Joanne Ryberg, Laura Mason, Bar-
bara Jolly, Jean Long, Betty Blood, Nancy Cass. Second row: Miss Brown- Advis
or, Theodore Jackson, Gladys Phillips, Barbara Carlson, Beverly Wilder, Au-
tumn Suckow, Mildred Wigren, Dolores Olson, Edna I-loughwot, Pauline Wilson,
Marcia Rugg, Donald Arnold, Charles Hildum. Third row: Fred Britain, Le Roy
Rounds, Gilbert Bullock, John Meleen, Mickey Flanagan, Charles Johnson, Clem-
ence White, Gordon Barton.
First row: Janice Blasdell, Joyce Thierfeldt, Joanne Ryberg, Nancy Cass. Sec-
ond row: Theodore Jackson, Gladys Phillips, .Autumn Suckow, Mildred Wigren,
Charles Hildum. Third row: Clemence White, Gordon Barton.
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DURING our junior year, our class presented "A Case of Springtime." When Bob tried
the "sawing a woman in half" magic trick on the principal's daughter, it didn't work. There
was no murder committed, but Bob is already in plenty of trouble. To add to his troubles,
he had borrowed a formal coat from his girl friend, Joanland of course she got it from her
father, the principalj. It is accidentally torn and Bob thrusts it into the laundry bag, the
contents of which are to be dyed. By the time Bob finds the real fate of that laundry bag,
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it is too late, and the outraged principal has discovered everything. --- ' The dye is cast.
Seriously worried, mother decides to entertain the P. T. A. ladies in hope that they may
intercede for her son. Just before their arrival, Bob's kid brother set up a series of
homemade booby traps. The P. T. A. ladies walk right into them, and they know it is all
Bob's fault. They want to denounce him and send authorities after him, but that isn't nec-
essary. Through a misunderstanding, the authorities are already out to get him. Bob
thinks he is living under a curse, but changes his mind when all his misunderstandings are
"A CASE OF SPRINGTIMEH
who is on a spot
the kid brother
the principa.l's daughter
the Parkers' maid
the high school principal
of the P. T. A.
of the P. T. A.
of the P. T. A.
from the zoo
MISS Barton is too proud to accept assistance from her wealthy nephews, so Dick de-
cides to fool her into taking the money she needs. He plans to hide a sum of money in the
house, have it accidentally discovered, and then claim that it must be the hidden money
Grandfather was supposed to have left her. He hires a waitress to dress up as an exot-
ic clairvoyant, and puts on a seance act as a means of discovering the planted money.
But the fake clairvoyant is in cahoots with a crook, and plans to outwit Dick by stealing
the money herself. Patricia and Phil, Dick's frivolous teen-age sister and brother con-
coct a weird apparition, a.nd then proceed to crop up with it at the most unexpected mo-
ments to scare the daylights out of people. The kids also discover the clairvoyant's
plot, and she soon finds herself being chased by a ghost instead of raising one. Dick
plants the money, but the kids substitute rocks for it, a.nd the clairvoyant and her part-
ner get rocks instead of money. Then another ghost enters upon the scene, and the real
money also disappears. Soon, various people are disguising themselves as ghosts, in an
effort to find the money. Finally, a few new twists bring home the money, and then some.
Miss Elizabeth Barton
Mrs. Melinda Todd
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who likes young people
her wealthy nephew
her serious nephew
her frivolous nephew
her pretty niece
a distant cousin
engaged to Thomas
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First row: Barbara Johnson, Edna Kline-Treasurer, Roger Haglund-Vice-
President, Dolores Olson-President, Florence Gustafson- Secretary, Fae
Murray, Second row: Nancy Barber, David Wilcox, Jack Treadway, Nanci
Crist, Harold Classon, Kermit R.inell, John Ekstrom, Miss Tatu- Advisor.
Third row: Dorothy Schoonover, Pauline Wilson, Beverly Lindsay, Ray-
mond Wiltsie, Robert Stone, Barbara Payne, Janet Swanson, Dorothy Nel-.
found the Post Office burned down?
Nancy Barber got mad?
Harold Classon grew up?
Nanci Crist lost her telephone?
Roger Haglund lost his camera?
Barbara Johnson stopped fighting with a Senior?
Edna Kline got to S. S. on time Mondays?
Fae Murray weren't interested in Silver?
really broke up?
wasn't partial to white collar men?
could shoot pool?
couldn't throw his knife?
lost her shoe?
cut her finger nails?
lost his voice?
had just one girl?
got her bookkeeping done?
kept a date book?
couldn't ride a horse?
Joyce Thurston Russell Roller Rink
First row: Iva Poole, Barbara Larson, Allen Minser-Vice President, Charles Oberg
President, Cleora Bennett-Secretary, John Brotherton-Treasurer, Roland Billquist.
Second row: Donalene Olson, Donna Mae Arnold, Joyce Thurston, Avis Chandler, Ro-
mayne Wiltsie, Shirley Mason, Dorotlw Wiltsie, Janice Young, Joan Barker, Joan Shel-
don, Phyliss Ehrhart, Marilyn Bemis, Miss Fleming-Advisor. Third row: Barbara
Sheldon, Doris Littlefield, Ernest Wiltsie, William Waite, William Greene, Ronald
Waite, John Petransky, Theodore Stone, Vldlliam Irwin, John Meleen, Nancy Ehrhart.
Donna Mae Arnold
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playing piano 'P 'P
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sleeping in tents
stealing girls boyfriends!!!
swimming at anytime in a certain place
a certain sophomore girl
French teacher Cno commentl
reading 'P 'P 'P
Roland Billquist arguing? 'P
Thomas Darling mischief? 'P
John Petransky hunting
Ted Stone horses
William Irwin Agriculture
Bill Greene breaking Jamestown dates
First Row: Ronald Greene, Clyde Blackmer, George Littlefield, Norman Morgan, George
Bernhardt, Reginald White, Donald Erickson, Claybourne Sager. Second row: Margaret
Sjogren, Janice Bjork-Secretary, Sandra Young Treasurer, Betty Warn-President, Floyd
Hiller-Vice President,Elvera Ekstrom, Evelyn Blair. Third row: Katherine Seekins,
Nancy Becker, Beverly Rinell,Joanne Haglund, Betty Spencer, Carol Bennett, Mary
Tornstrom, Donna Bova, Dorothy Philbrick, Carolyn Holmquist, Miss Aaron-Advisor.
Fourth row: Richard White, Peter Sheats, John Rounds, Raymond Harwood, Allen Blas-
dell, Donavon Bengtson, Allison Scott, Frank Engblom, Clarence Irwin.
First row: Russell Houghwot, Edwin Sandberg, Ronald Nelson, Theodore Seekins, Jack
Lindholme, Lawrence Sandberg, Eugene Shures, Myron Ekstrom, Arthur Button, Roger
Stone. Second row: Shirley Sheldon, Esther Battles-Secretary, Earl Bender-Vice-
President, Norma Johnson-President, Evelyn Seekins-Treasurer, Wlvia Nelson. Third
row: Pauline Markham, Helen Springer, Carol Johnson, Donna Parson, Barbara Lind,
Geneva Trask, Constance Blood, Mary Wiltsie, Carol Bartlett, Emily Brady, Joy Bar-
ber, Joan Danielson, Elaine Meleen, Mr. Messina-Advisor, Fourth row: Charles Car-
ley, Charles Greene, Thomas Boyle, Gary Clark, Norman Seeking, Calvin Bragg, El-
mer Johnson, Donald Jones, Harold Erickson.
First row: John Young, John Thierfeldt, Roger Sundell, Garry Waid, Ernest Danielson,
Bryan Limberg, Robert Johnson, DuWane Gloss, Norman Crow. Second row: Nancy
Hiller, Phyllis Bush- Secretary, William Dallas-President, Marvin Bernhardt-Vice-
President, Ann Marie Erikson-Treasurer, Susan White. Third row: Alton Linstrom,
Joyce Holmquist, Naomi Sitler, Ethel Waite, Dolores I-limes, Mary Jane Nelson, Donna
Swanson, Mary Dowd, Luella Moore, Beverly Youngberg, Pauline Walker, Evelyn Beck-
er, Thomas Kirik, Miss Smith-Advisor, Nancy Wiltsie. Fourth row: Arloene John-
son, Alberta Lindahl, Mary Kehe, Beverly Bengtson, Nellie Barrus, Jean Swanson,
Edith Bartlett, Edna Mae Walsh, Norma Jean Johnson, Virginia Moore, ldabelle Annis.
Fifth row: DuWayne Scott, Harold Engstrom, James Rowley, Leo Himes, David Munson,
Raymond Becker, Elmer Daniels, Merle Houghwot, James Jones, Leonard White, Will-
iam Treadway, Philip Traver, Benjamin White.
First row: Ardell Ekstrom, Marion Hale, Eva Parsons, Lois Sittinger, Beverly Stark
Shirley Becker, Mary Anne Cook. Second row: Doris Blackmer, Jean Barker, Bonnie
Minser, Marcia Husted, Kathleen Ryberg, Janet Wasberg, Lynnette Irwin, Nancy Fish,
Jean Carter, Laura Lee Jones, Myrna I-limes, Sandra Lindstrorn. Third row: Ray-
mond Johnson, Thomas Dorsey, Richard Walsh, Richard Nelson, Fredrick Seth, Bruce
Lindahl, Bradley Sitler, Thomas Traver, Miss Derby-Advisor.
First row: Barbara Suckow, Wanda Nelson, Patricia Bush, Carol Motter, Carol
Sears, Cora Irwin, Nancy Greene. Second row: Harriett Hirnes, Robert Merchant,
Joyce Johnson, Marian Clark, Laura May Johnson, James Adams, Theodore Peter-
son, Curt Spontaneo, Brian Johnson, Beulah Stanton. Third row: Charles Hale,
Carol Carlson, Dale Erikson, James Engstrom, Dale Nelson, George Rowley, Dan
Russell, Lois Sisson, Beverly Wargo, Donna Barrus, Robert Greene, Mrs. Sager-
First row: Norma Dulmus, Muriel Hager, Alicia Holmquist, Teressa Traver, Ca-
rol Ann Johnson, Marcia Hultberg, Alice Bova, Marilyn Hamilton. Second row:
Robert Carlson, Michael Nelson, Charles Carlson, Ronald Youngberg, Roger Mark-
ham, Griffin Smith, Charles Peterson. Third row: Shayne Munger, Timothy Bjork,
David Barker, Jerry Parson, Joyce Sisson, Kenneth Rowley, Frank Seekins, Wayne
Rowley, Miss Enos, Advisor.
First row: Diane Wiltsie, Marleen Donelson, Kathleen Barker, Norma Jean Munger,
Patricia Eckman, Mina Mae Moore, Phyllis Houghwot, Maxine Husted, Judy Hamil-
ton. Second row: Clyde Irwin, Shirley Marie Johnson, Kathleen Walsh, Robert Ar-
nold, John Parsons, Eugene Russell, Harriet Cushner, Ronald Johnson, Mary Lit-
tle, Donna Lindstrom, Jeanette Rice. Third row: Paul Kehe, Allen Hamilton, Da-
vid Hansen, Stephen Christian, Larry Starks, John Fiebelkorn, Jean Anderson,
James Lindsay, Bruce Darling, Nancy Barrus, Mrs. Porter-Advisor.
First row: Sylvia Lindboom, Sandra Featherstone, Larry Ecklund, Roger Jacobson,
Barbara Gustafson, Sharon Munger, Sandra Murray, Robert Brightman. Second
row: Donna Springer, Theodore Anderson, Barbara Sanborn, David Seth, Leonard
Ekstrom, Wayne Robinson, Constance Nobbs, Carol Horner, David Christian, Ro-
berta Dean, Patricia Berg. Third row: Roger Wasberg, Lois Carlson, Richard
Lowery, Verna Seekins, Martha Bova, John Rice, Carol Cook, Wayne Lindstrom,
Judith Danielson, Miss Olds-Advisor.
First row: Lois Starks, Alice Brightman, Sharon Johnson, Donald Daniels,
Judy Swanson, Arthur Culver, Gary Berg, Sally Sheats, Marilyn Anderson.
Second row: Donald Irwin, Richard Niles, Gary Darling, Milton Mclntyre, Jo-
seph Marsh, Harry Hardinger, Michelle Birt, Karoline Johnson, Burton Waid,
Mrs. Impey, Advisor. Third row: Kathleen Paul, Larry Larson, Sheldon An-
derson, Karen Ingeman, Gene Waid, Robert Davis, Donna Linberg.
First row: Judith Walker, Ronald Anderson, Norma Fellows, Robert Sand-
berg, Jerry Eklund, Gordon Danielson, Wanda Lee, Frank Ellis, Sa.ndra Waite,
Peter Turk, Russell Bentley, Rita Johnson. Second row: Mary Clifford-
Practice teacher, Everett Seastrum, Louise Lee, Margie Walsh, Joyce Milks,
Timothy Marsh, Donna Atkins, Evelyn Mclntyre, Evelyn Moore, Barry Stone,
Joseph Ellis, Harry Adams, Patricia Jones, Mrs. Westphal-Advisor.
Seated: Sally Pratt, Jaye Rowley, Barry Crist, Paul Anderson, Mary L.
Dorsey, John Little, David Thomas, Karen Gustafson, William Paul, Paul Ty-
ler, Cecile Nobbs, Norman Green. Standing: Mary Clifford-Practice teach-
er, Sandra Youngberg, Georganne Young, Bonnie Johnson, James Rice,
Stephen Hill, William Dowd, John Mahoney, Robert Anderson, Susan Russell,
Ion Husted, Merle Atkins, David Frew, Mrs. Westphal-Advisor.
First row: Thomas Atkins, Rebecca Motter, Marjorie Adams, Grace
Turk, Suzette Bjork, Ann Hansen, Betty Johnson, Emerald Seekins,
Gordon Bush. Second row: George Ekstrom, Richard Markam, Phil-
lip Knapp, Edward Stone, Gordon Daniels, David Covey, Richard
Westman, Terry Olafson, Ronald Anderson, Mrs. Warn-Advisor.
IIIIIIIBIHEII THIHII HHTI TTIUHTH TIIIHITES
First row: Gordon Lind, Betty Rowley, Joan Barber, Winifred
Dowd, Diane Frankson, Ethelyn Johnson, Yvonne Walters, Ed-
ward Davis. Second row: Peter Hansen, Lars Stone, Jack McIn-
tyre, Dennis Johnson, Walter Trask, Arthur Ekstrorn, John Covey,
Gary Burgett, Mrs. Nordland-Advisor,
CIITIIBIIIEII TITTH HIIIT SIXTH IIHHIJES
First row: Cynthia Mackie, Patricia Wald, David Sheldon, Bruce
Crist, Donna Walsh, Gwendolyn Meleen, Harriett Kline. Second
row: Suzanne Howard, Donna Jacobson, Nancy Green, Barbara
Wiltsie, Ruth Gustafson, Janet Jacobson, Mrs. Haley-Advisor.
Third row: Myrton Barrus, Craig Sheldon, Herbert Robbins, Rich-
First row: Donna Thurston, Herbert Wiltsie, Deanna Fellows,
Dia.nna Fellows, Ronald Fellows. Second row: Alan Shures,
Dorian Larson, Florence Blood, Billy Tornstrom, Karen Johnson,
First row: Clayton Scott, Shirley Long, Alvin Bragg. Second row:
Charleen Nelson, Tommy Seekins, Clare Warn, Betty Becker.
Third row: Mrs. Marsh-Advisor, Sandra Lamphere, Carolyn
Scott, Marvin Swanson, Dorothy Warn.
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First row: Thomas Eaton, Ivetta Elderkin. Second row:
Saundra Luce. Third row: Cynthia Hodges. Fourth row:
Richard Eaton, Merle Elderkin. Fifth row: Reginald Eaton,
Betty Elderkin, Mrs. Gilbert-Advisor.
First row: Grant Johnson, Richard Seekings. Second row: Mary
Nordland, Lois Seekings, Mrs. Johnson-Advisor.
First row: Gordon Nelson, Janice Nutt, Anita Davidson, Second row:
Vernon Davidson, Barbara Kebort, Sharon Cook. Third row: Miss
Cross-Advisor, Billy Kebort, Barbara Gregg, Carolyn Davidson,
Elaine Bender, Stewart Davidson, Roger Nelson.
Fentonville W0 TY
Kneeling: Quentin White, Clemence White, David Wilcox. Standing: Mr.
Scofield, Gordon Barton, Bill Greene, Donald Mara, Ken Wilcox, Gordon
Sheldon, Charles Oberg, Jack Treadway, Charles Hildum, Manager.
SPORT SPOTS IN '49
FREWSBURG Central's basketeering Eagles were off to a fast, furious start,
Whipping Ripley in a first league encounter 49 to 27. Repeating again against Chautauqua
33 to 24, We took our first two games of the season. Our first defeat at Clymer was
handed to us by a close count of 31 to 36. Again on the golden victory trail we downed
Panama on our home court 35 to 27 in a hotly contested game from start to finish.
When we invaded league leading Mayville we took a decisive loss of 28 to 40. At
Sherman the golden touch came back and our boys won a close victory of 43 to 42.
The Bemus Point and Ripley games were both important and both losses.
When Chautauqua invaded our court we subdued them with a 30 to 19 count. Clymer
entered our local court and again took a victory of 41 to 20.
These are the high spots in the 1948-1949 basketball sports season. Coach
Scofield has done admirable work whipping this years team into shape. We aclmow-
ledge our Coach's leadership and wish to thank him for his patience and work with
.SS2.H.O.QL ME Ii
Chautauqua 33 24
Clymer 31 36
Panama 35 27
Mayville 28 32
Sherman 43 42
Bemus Point 28 36
Ripley 27 40
Chautauqua 30 1 9
Clymer 20 41
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Seated: Richard White, Allen Minser, Roland Billquist, Ronald Greene,
George Bernhardt, Donavon Bengtson, Theodore jackson, Standing:
Charles Hildum, Manager, Norman Morgan, Reginald White, Claybourne
Sager, John Meleen, Sherwood Nelson, Peter Sheats, Harold Classon, Roger
Haglund, Robert Stone, Ronald Waite, Floyd Hiller, Frank Engblom, Mr.
Kneeling: William Irwin, Theodore Jackson, Clernence White. Standing:
Mr. Scofield, Gordon Barton, David Wilcox, Kenneth Wilcox, William
Greene, Charles Oberg, Gordon Sheldon, Charles Hildum-Manager.
Kneeling: Joanne Ryberg, Nanci Crist, Nancy Cass, Fae Murray. Standing:
Florence Gustafson, Edna Kline, Dolores Olson-Captain.
JUHIUH CHEER LEHDEHS
First row: Elaine Meleen, Janice Bjork, Nancy Becker-Captain. Second
row: Ioy Barber, Susan White, Margaret Sjogren.
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First rowi Nancy Hiller, Elaine Meleen, Joan Danielson, Janice Blasdell-Treasurer,
Joyce Thierfeldt- Secretary, Claybourne Sager. Second row: Reginald White, John
Thierfeldt, Ernest Danielson, Norman Morgan, Raymond Wiltsie, John Meleen, William
Dallas, Roger Sundell, John Young. Third row: Harold Erikson, Allen Blasdell, Ernest
Wiltsie, Clemence White-President, Charles Hildum, Quentin White-Vice President.
First row: Joanne Ryberg, Marilyn Bemis, Janice Bjork, Shirley Mason, Margaret
Hanson, Elaine Warn, Joyce Thierfeldt, Dorothy Wiltsie, Barbara Larson, Donalene
Olson, Ardith Parsons, Joyce Martin, Janice Blasdell-Secretary, Beverly Rinell, Elvera
Ekstrom, Sandra Young, Margaret Sjogren, Carolyn Holmquist, Ive Poole, Barbara
Johnson, Dorothy Schoonover, Gladys Phillips, Dorothy Philbrick, Fae Murray. Second
row: Joyce Thurston, Joan Sheldon, Janice Young, Nanci Crist, Evelyn Blair, Evelyn
Sjogren, Mildred Wigren, Betty Spencer, Donna 1VIae Arnold, Barbara Sheldon, Barbara
Payne, Edna Kline, Florence Gustafson, May lmlkins, Pauline Wilson, Beverly Lindsay,
Janet Swanson, Nancy Cass-Treasurer, Dolores Olson, Dorothy Nelson, Jeanette Waid,
Autumn Suckow, Avis Chandler, Bette Jones, Jacqueline Hansen, Cleora Bennett. Third
row: Roland Billquist, Allen Minser, John Meleen, Daniel Traver-President, Quentin
White, William Waite, Ernest Wiltsie, Roger Haglund, Clemence White, DavidiWilcox-
Vice President, Gordon Barton, Charles Hildum, Peter Sheats, Donald Erickson,
Ronald Greene, Norman Morgan, Reginald White, Claybourne Sager, Miss Woodmansee.
Left to Right: Susan White, Nancy Becker, Joy Barber, Elaine
Meleen, Janice Young-Majorette.
First row: John Thierfeldt, Thomas Kirik, Beverly Youngberg, James Rowley,
Beverly Bengtson, Donna Swanson, Pauline Walker, Mary Dowd, Garry Waid.
Second row: Du Wayne Scott, Susan White, Nancy Hiller, Ann Marie Erikson,
Nancy Wiltsie, Norma Jean Johnson, Arloene Johnson, Edith Bartlett, Ethel
Waite, Naomi Sitler, Miss Smith-Advisor, Virginia Moore. Third row: ,
Philip Traver, Norman Crow, Benjamin White, Luella Moore, Leonard White,
Edna Mae Walsh, James Jones, Merle Houghwot, Leo I-limes, Elmer Daniels,
Raymond Becker, Harold Engstrom.
First row: Nancy Barber, David Wilcox, Margaret Hanson, Roland
Billquist, Second row: Donald Mara, Elaine Warn, Bette Jones, Janice
Blasdell, Quentin White, Mr. Sanborn-Advisor. Third row: Charles
Hildum, Jack Treadway, Gordon Sheldon, Kenneth Wilcox, Gordon Barton,
HUUH HUUH HELPERS
Standing: Mr. Scofield, Laura May Johnson, Susan White, Sandra
Lindstrom, Beverly Wargo, Arloene Johnson, Barbara Lind, Jean
Swanson, Ioan Danielson.
First row: Pauline Wilson-Treasurer, Janice Blasdell-President, Joyce
Thierfeldt-Vice President, Nancy Barber- Secretary, Nancy Cass, Nanci
Crist. Second row: Miss Fleming-Advisor, Joyce Martin, May Wilkins,
Autumn Suckow, Janice Young, Joan Sheldon, Shirley Mason, Donna Mae
Arnold, Marilyn Bemis, Barbara Larson, Elaine Warn, Evelyn Sjogren,
Joa.nne Ryberg, Barbara Johnson, Fae Murray. Third row: Phyliss Ehrhart,
Mildred Wigren, Barbara Payne, Barbara Sheldon, Ardith Parsons, Joan
Barker, Avis Chandler, Donalene Olson, Dolores Olson, Florence Gustaf-
son, Gladys Phillips, Nancy Ehrhart, Janet Swanson, Dorothy Nelson.
THE Tri-Hi-Y is an organization of girls whose aim is
to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and
community high standards of Christian character."
bers of the Tri-Hi-Y. For two days they submitted to the
slow torture of grease paint and uncomfortable clothing.
One of our projects this year has been the sponsoring
of a movie during the noon hour. We hope that we continue
to be of service to our members and the school as a whole.
This year, for the last time, we initiated the new mem-
First row: Clyde Blackmer, John Petransky-Secretary, Jack Treadway4 W
President, Raymond Wiltsie-Vice President, William Waite-Treasurer,
Marion Anderson-Reporter. Second row: Howard Parsons, John Meleen,
Donavon Bengtson, Harold Classon, Clarence Irwin, Allen Blasdell, George
Littlefield, William Irwin, Claybourne Sager, Byron Brady. Third row:
David Wilcox, Gordon Sheldon, John Rounds, Theodore Stone, Robert Stone,
William Greene, Allison Scott, John Ekstrom, Mr. Gulvin-Advisor.
WHAT goes on once a month on Monday nights down in the Ag room?
It seems to be a deep, dark secret to some of us.
ln September at the Chautauqua County Fair, our F. F. A. took
third prize for their booth showing different cuts of meat. Some of J ,
the members also took prizes for livestock and poultry. 1' A
After about four months of probation, nine new members went
through the agonies of being initiated.
During the rest of the year, the F. F. A. plans to sell seeds and '
raise chickens as a project .for the Lion's Club. .
CUUCUUIEB ECUUUIUICS CLUB
Mr. Messina-Advisor, Barbara Payne-Secretary-Treasurer, Janet
Swanson-President, Pauline Wilson, Theodore Jackson.
PUBLIC SPLHUULC CLUB
Miss Aaron-Advisor, Esther Battles-President, Joy Barber-Secretary
Treasurer, Nancy Hiller, Evelyn Sjogren.
Sitting: William Dallas-President, John Young-Vice President, Barbara
Johnson-Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Nelson, Mr. Tota-Advisor. Standing:
Myron Ekstrom, John Thierfeldt, Theodore Seekins, William Treadway, Leo
Himes, Charles Carley, Calvin Bragg, Harold Erikson, Gary Clark, Roger
Stone, Philip Traver.
First row: Norma Jean Johnson-Treasurer, Roger Slmdell, Joyce I-lolmquist, James
Rowley. Second row: Mr. Sanborn-Advisor, Raymond Becker, Edith Bartlett, Ronald
Nelson, Alberta Lindahl. Third row: Miss Fleming-Advisor, Shirley Sheldon,
Pauline Markham, Nellie Barrus, Edna Mae Walsh-Secretary, Naomi Sitler, Mary
Tornstrom, Carol Bennett-Vice President, Mary Dowd, Evelyn Backer, Dolores
Himes, Sylvia Nelson. Fourth row: Bryan Limberg-President, Ernest Danielson,
First row: John Ekstrom, Harold Classon, Charles Oberg, John
Brotherton- Secretary-Treasurer, Donald Mara-President.
Second row: Mr. Gulvin-Advisor, Robert Stone, Edwin Sandberg, Donald
Jones, Daniel Traver, Norman Seekings, Jack Treadway, David Munson,
DuWane Gloss, Donavan Bengston, Theodore Stone, John Petransky, Charles
Green. Third row: Thomas Darling, John Rounds, Elmer Daniels, George
Littlefield, Reginald White, Donald Erickson.
First row: Pauline Walker, Beverly Youngberg, Carolyn Holmquist-Vice-
President, Betty Warn, Katherine Seekins. Second row: Mary Jane
Nelson, Donna Swanson- Secretary, Beverly Bengtson, ldabelle Annis
Arloene Johnson, Joanne Haglund- Treasurer, Evelyn Seekins, Miss Tatu-
Advisor, Thomas Kirik. Third row: Du Wayne Scott, Arthur Button,
Benjamin White, Thomas Boyle, Frank Engblom, Allison Scott, Alton
First row: Harold Engstrom, Merle Houghwot, Marvin Bernhardt, James
Jones, Lawrence Sandberg, Robert Johnson, Jack Lindholme. Second row:
Donalene Olson, Donna Mae Arnold, Nancy Becker, Beverly Lindsay, Geneva
Trask. Third row: Richard White, Quentin White, Clemence White-Secre-
tary-Treasurer, David Wilcox-President, Dorothy Schoonover, Dorothy
Wiltsie, Gordon Barton, Elmer Johnson, Roland Billquist, Mr. Scofield-Ad-
visor, Eugene Shures.
HUHIE ECUHUHIICS CLUB
First row: Barbara Sheldon-Treasurer, Constance Blood- Secretary,
Jeanette Wald-Vice President, Autumn Suckow-President, Ethel Waite,
Dorothy Philbrick, Jean Swanson, Susan White, Joyce Martin, May
Wilkins, Luella Moore, Barbara Larson, Betty Spencer, Miss Smith-
Advisor, Emily Brady. Second row: Phyllis Bush, Virginia Moore,
Nancy Wiltsie, Ann Marie Erikson, Miss Cosgrove-Advisor, Donna
Bovee, Barbara Lind, Helen Springer, Mary Kehe, Carol Johnson,
Doris Littlefield, Iva Poole.
First row: Earl Bender, Mr. Murray-Advisor, Gladys Phillips-Secretary, Janice
Blasdell-President, Joyce Thierfeldt-Vice President, Allen Minser-Treasurer,
Russell Houghwot. Second row: Marion Anderson, Kermit Rinell, Howard Parsons
John Meleen, Charles Hildum, William Greene, Roger Haglund, Ernest Wiltsie,
Raymond Harwood, William Waite, Ronald Waite, Clarence Irwin, Roger Stone,
Third row: Mildred Wigren, Nancy Ehrhart, Nancy Barber, Ardith Parsons,
Phyliss Ehrhart, Joan Barker, Janice Young, Joyce Thurston, Shirley Mason, Joa.n
Sheldon, Cleora Bennett, Marilyn Bemis, Evelyn Blair, Sandra Young, Janice
Bjork, Margaret Sjogren, Beverly Rinell, Elvera Ekstrom.
First row: Norman Morgan-President, Claybourne Sager-Secretary-Treasurer,
Allen Blasdell, Peter Sheats, Ronald Greene-Vice President, M.r. Adams-Advisor,
Second row: Carl Lindahl, Clyde Blackmer, William Irwin, Floyd Hiller, Leonard
White, George Bernhardt.
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