Fort Plain High School - Portrait Yearbook (Fort Plain, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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Beck, G. Brown, A. Bueche, A. Caldwell, K. Carpenter, T. Carrier, S. Cook, V Davis, F. Doerrer, L. Dutcher, C. Ehle, U. Florian, James Gibney, Joseph Gibney, D. Giovannone, E. Gros, J. Handy, R. Herb, A. Hudyncia, J. Korniat, J. Mallett fabsentl, A. Miller, M. Moore, D. Mowrey, R. Muhlebeck, M. Oldick, R. Oldick, L. Phillips, L. Prime, C. Richard, S. Ross, N. Spraker, A. Stewart, L. Utter, M. Walrath, W. Weaver, J. Wharmby, F. Wilkinson. Row Row Row Row 1: D. Handy, A. Smith, J. Dopp, J. Getzler, J. Luft, S. Forcucci, D. Prime. 2: A. Fox, M. Korniat, C. Stewart, K. Sponable, C. Klock. 3: H. Marshall, J. Panagakis, R. Eacker. 4: Mr. Wilson, J. Suits, R. Ehle, R. Kilmer, J. Smida, D. Nellis, A. Diefendorf, A. Eucker, J Loren, C. LeRoy, O. Stock. Row 1: G. Tudor, D. Hazzard, E. Hoffman, G. Achenbach, S. Desmond, B. Bergen, C. Fox. Row 2: S. Davi, S. Ahn, G. Mang, B. Kretser, A. Mosher, Mr. Berberich. Row 3: V. Hinkle, G. Burns, J. Mowers, B. Fredericks, J. Essler, J. Edick, J. Schrell. Row 4: W. Hoffman, H. Patterson, S. Putman, M. Wahler, P. Luft, H. Miller, S. Hopkinson. Row 5: B. Buley, R. Bauder, G. Getman, B. Gould, C. Leneker, M. Oldick. Row 6: B. Augustine, B. Hokerk. E. Dillenbeck, W. Klock, C. Looman, H. Schwager. Row 7: D. Beck, R- Luft, R. Smith, R. Bronk, M. Smith, R. Hack. Row 1: G. Siver, K. Failing, E. Utter, D. Luft, G. Saunders, J. Saltsman, M. Groff, E. Baer. Row 2: B. Fox, M. Looman, C. Swartz, J. Kretzer, E. Seeley, B. Wood. P. Carrier, F. Dillenbeck B. Snyder, M. Smith, J. Swartz. Row 3: R. VanDerKar, R. Moore, S. Wahler, J. Mahl, M. Lambert, S. Vosburgh, D. Eckert, P. Much more. Row 4: H. Przestrzelski, L. Young, H. Siver, D. Young, T. Michalik, R. Campbell, A. Marsh, R. Shower num. W. Borgrcn. S. l32ll.I'LlSli2l., G. Schwartz, A, lV2llI'iltll, A. Cole, L. VilI1Al'Sfl21l0. Row 5: G. Hisert, P. Lasher, J. Lowell, D. Smith, G. Sweet, 'l'. Wojcicki, L. Osborn, D. Carter, li. Brown- ell, J. Brownell, R. Gould, D. Smith, Mr. Ahn. Row 1: C, Luft, L. Bailey, E. Smith, Y. Pelletier, B. Palm, M. Hoyer, J. Mabbett, K. Patterson, A Sickler, P. Wauile. Row 2: Miss Hodge, R. Wahler, G. Wells, M. Conover, S. Carpenter, J. Battaglia, C. Monk, S. Knowl- ton, M. Doxtater, B. Oldick, D. Koester, J. Edick, J. Sorbal. Row 3: R. Shockley, J. Ciani, K. Watson, O. Wilson, A. Wick, A. Brown, R. Colegrove, H. Pomella R. Dygert, A. Lipson. Row 1: G. Hohen-shild, A. Stock, Y. Geweye, C. Conrad, M. Sweet, L. Moore, A. Brownell, M. MacRoy B. Hunter, A. King, J. Aird. Row 2: E. Smith, L, MacRoy, C. Prall, L. Gould, J. Timmerman, S. Dillenbeck, F. Loren, I. Frasier, S Young, S. Hazzard, Mr. Ahn. Row 3: R. Dicks, R. Hickey, C. Hage, R. Hoyer, R. Wauile, L. Walrath, M. Schwartz, C. Wick. Row 1: A. Wilkinson, M. Wilmer, E. Eckert, J. Ferguson, L. Fralick, M. Deluise, I. Schrell, E. Rollman, D. Davi, L. Fuelleman, L. Smith. Row 2: P. Utter, D. Aird, D. Cole, R. Waner, C. Voght, M. Putnam, C. Hayes, E. Sanders, R. Reid, H. Edick, R. Brand, J. Pickard, Mr. King. Row 3: B. Failing, J. Fox, T. Doganere, S. Saltsman, B. Chapman, 'W. Edick, R. Osborn, J. Tinka, R. Herb, K. Lasher. Row 1: D. Oldick, S. King, P. Suits, R. Byer, B. Putnam, M. Rubert, G. Dingman, M. Beck, S. Billington, M. Sours. Row 2: B. Wrobel, C. Abel, R. Brammer, R. Hodgman, L. Looman, R. Waner, J. Lamphere, B. Smith, L. Sanders, L. Fox, L. Walrath, W. Utter, Mrs. Duggleby. Row 3: A. Florian, A. Douglas, D. Failing, T. Kelly, W. Boyer, J. Shibley, A. Miller, A. Sanders, R. Douglas, H. Douglas. Absent: L. Gros, F. Oldick. 1 ff I" fzt ,,, ' ,,., ' 'f " . 774' , 1 M Z ' ,X ff l V W I f A" ' !i+vuei, ,4 ll f "ig V ,gvf-fqjflr a - ' ' , J .- . f 1 - , ff f gg? if 2, , N "' W N F, 5 XX M? " RG , x M A ' F asf 5 wif' A X ' . . -2' 'xsbfv Q "J j x 1 , 4 "U f E f., A J ' if ' 'V l f W I , ' A 1 ' l'l I Q V : l' A NP 'x 3 9 'Q KV? ' X X ,' I X f L 7 , X431 kr X ' 1' 1 2' Yx 4,4 ff X? 1:5 f ' X '5735' ' ' ' . . ff xg, f HW xx 43 lim Mf WM KW X 1 ff N X ' X .Y 1-L - ,,"""' 40: i I I - . , -fv . j K K . b . Q - Y ' MBCQOY fp A -. X lat Q! ' 3 M f- X Z if-V ggi- x .,,., Kneeling: Loring Uutcher, Garland Brown. Standing: Richard Luft, Aaron Ahn, Leland Phillips, Frederick Doerrer, Richard Billington, Arthur Bueche, Archie Stewart, Loren Prime, Ronald Wells, Ralph Smith, Richard Battaglla, Coach Bueche. Row 1: W. Bowley, A. Marsh, A. Brown, R. Waufle, S. Davi. Row 2: G. Schwartz, L. Young, D. Nellis, B. Bronk, D. Carter. Row 3: Mr. King, Coach, A. Eacker, C. Looman, L. Osborn, A. Diefendorf. Row l: Couch Buecho, J. Lowell, L. Osborn, C. Looman, A. Bueche, H. Schwzxgcr, R. Luft, Mr. Ahii Row 2: R. Carter, D. Nellis, A. Stewart, A. Brown, W. Rouse, S. Ahu, S. Dewi. Row 3: A. Eacker, R. Campbell, R. Kilmer, P. Lasher. Row l: R. Bronk, C. Looman, A. Brown, R. Luft, R. Bzlttagliu. L. Dutchcr, R. Wells. Row 2: A. Bueche, G. Brown, L. Phillips, A. Eacker, R. Carter, Couch Buechc. Row 3: W. Bowley, A. Ahn, R. Billington, L. Young, R. Smith, 5. Davi. Kneeling, Junior Varsity: Sheila Desmond, Jo Getzler, Marilyn Wahler, Emily Hoffman, Eleanor Utter, Sylvia Forcucci, Shirley Wahler. Standing, Varsity: Doris Giovannone, Derlene Prime, Janet Luft, Pat Luft, Rosemary Herb, Janet Abel, Sally Ross, Theresa Carrier. ski k Row 1: S. Ross, R. Herb, N. Spraker, T. Carrier, E. Gros, F. Wilkinson, J. Abel, V. Davis, J. Korniat, C. Richard, G. Tudor. Row 2: J. Luft, R. Eacker, S. Forcucci, S. Hopkinson, E. Hoffman, M. Wahler, H. Marshall, IJ. Prime. M. Korniat. Row 3: D. Luft, P. Muchmore, S. Wahler, Utter, B. Bergen, J. Swartz, S. Desmond, S. Vosburgh, J. Handy. Row 4: G. Siver, J. Wharmby, S. Giovannone, M. Moore, P. Luft, J. Mahl, M. Beck, B. Wood, M. Looman, M. Lambert. J -"SL, Y -- . 'L ik V ,N h M w I , ., V x w -v Q V. , 5 . ffm 1 im? T ' i M31 V! WF" Q16 fy! i f f X am WM W Z 5995 pf? W N liNM Q K, W X ,Q , Q 4 N Nj MW ,f 7 9 M f N' i f + 5 4 , , ,S ff M ? , . '. Y X' Q Seated: Clarence LeRoy, Assistant Treasurer, Jean Korniat, Treasurer, Arthur Bueche, Vice-President Archie Stewart, President, Doris Handy, Secretary, Sheila Desmond, Reporter. Row 2: Alan Miller, Anita King, Louisa Gros, Barbara Wood, James Lowell, Robert Shockley. Row 3: Bruce Failing, Gary Schwartz, Alton Brown, Alan Diefendorf, Robert Bronk, Ronald Welle Mr. Boi-bcrich, Adviser. o 6 Row Row Row Row 1: A. Caldwell, J. Wharmby, J. Abel, S. Ross, J. Handy, M. Beck, D. Giovannone. 2: D. Mowrey, M. Moore, D. Shults, S. Cook, D. Gould, K. Carpenter. 3: Miss Emily Uznanska, Miss Mary White, T. Carrier, N. Spraker, F. Doerrer, L. Prime, A Bueche, A. Stewart, G. Brown, J. Gibney, A. Ahn. 4: V. Davis, F. Wilkinson, J. Korniat, C. Richard, R. Bauder, E. Gros, S. Desmond. Row 1: B. Bergen, J. Schrell, J. Korniat, V. Davis, J. Luft, B. Snydel Row 2: C. Richard, K. Sponable, D. Luft, P. Luft, E. Gros, S. Ross R Heib M Smith Row 3: Miss Mullins, J. Mowers, B. Fredericks, A. Fox, M. Korniat E Baer N Spiaker, S Hopkinson Carrier. Row 4: E. Hoffman, M. Bock, M. Wahlcr, J. 1-l:.u1dy,H. Marshall J Swgutn l lvllklllbtjll L 14111115 Row Row Row Row K. Carpenter, S. Ross, J. Wharmby, Miss Emily Uznanska : J. Panagakis, J. Luft, D. Giovannone, Mr. Stephen Wilson. M. Beck, S. Cook, M. Moore, C. Ehle. R. Muhlebeck, R. Herb, J. Gibney. Row 1: Mr. Fredericksen, Adviser, R. Oldick, Treasnerg L. Phillips, President, G. Burns, Secretary, R. Showernmn. Row 2: D. Hazzard, H. Przestrzelski, J. Brownell, O. Stock, Reporterg A. Hudyncia, W. Rouse, G. Mang, L. Van Arsdale. Row 3: D. Smith, S. Patruska, J. Loren, Sentinel, E. Brownell, E. Dillenbeck, T. Michalik, W. Bergen B. Kretzer, H. Marshall, R. Eacker, M. Korniat, A. FOX, Mrs. Marie Getzler, G. Tudor, Mrs. Marion Walton, C. Klock, M. Walrath. Cornets: E. Utter, R. Brand, L. Gros, J. Panagakis, B. Palm, P. Muchmore, F. Dillenbeck, D. Aird J. Ciani, D. Young, D. Beck, R. Shock ey. Clarinets: A. Diefendorf, R. Wells, G. Wells, R. Hack, R, Dicks, C. Hage, D. Eckert, S. Vosburgh, G. Mabbett. Flutes: J. Handy, P. Lasher, M. Rubert. Saxo- phones: R. Goodrich, H. Chapman. Alto Horns: R. Luft, E. Aird. Basses: R. Trumbull, R. Hoffman Trombones: D. Mowrey, R. Bronk, S. Knorr, W. Stewart. Baritones: J. Mahl, D. Luft. Drums, S. Wahler M. Smith, J. Lowell, R. Smith. Row 1: A. Caldwell, B. Fredericks, D. Luft, A. Smith, J. Abel, J. Handy, J. Gibney, E. Gros, D Giovannone, A. Diefendorf, D. Mowrey, Accompanistg D. Shults, Accompanistg C. Richard, R. Herb S. Desmond, G. Achenbach, C. Klock. Row 2: Mr. Kenneth Baumgartner, Directorg V. Hinkle, P. Lasher, R. Campbell, E. Utter, S. Hopkinson S. Forcucci, E. Hoffman, M. Wahler, P. Luft, J. Edick, J. Essler, H. Miller, J. Schrell, G. Getman S. Wahler, B. Wood, B. Bergen. Row 3: S. Davi, C. Looman. H. Schwager, T. Wojcicki, J. Mowers, P. Muchmore, D. Handy, D. Prime J. Panagakis, N. Spraker, J. Dopp, M. Oldick, A. Stewart, M. Smith, R. Hack. Row 4: J. Mahl, C. Stewart, S. Vosburgh, C. Swartz, H. Marshall, B. Gould, C. Leneker, J. Getzler Absent: R. Wells, R. Eacker, M. Walrath, G. Tudor. Senior Play- "You Carft Take It With You" Penny Sycamore, Nancy Sprakerg Grandpa Sycamore, Joseph Gibneyg Alice Sycamore, Diane Mow- reyg Paul Sycamore, Archie Stewartg Essie Carmichael, Fay Wilkinsong Ed Carmichael, Walter Weaver, Mrs. Kirby, Caroline Richard, Mr. Kirby, Arnold Millerg Tony Kirby, James Gibneyg Donald, Aaron Ahng Rheba, Jayce Wharmbyg Mr. DePinna, Loren Primeg Kolenkov, Frederick Doerrerg Grand Duchess, Sally Ross, Gay Wellington, Doris Giovannoneg Henderson, Ralph Muhlebeckg G-Men. Craig Ehle, James Mallett, Garland Brown, Stage Manager, James Mallettg Assistant Stage Manager, Craig Ehle, Prompter, Janet Abel. Miss. Evelyn Venable, adviser, Deborah Shults, Kay Sponable, Betty Gould, Diane Mowrey, Mil- burn Smith, Ross Hack, Jo Getzler, Jeanne Dopp, Cynthia Stewart. l-+ FL Mrs. Florence Bailey, nurse, examining' Joyce Kling' Mrs. Grace Braco, school secretary, sorts the mail Cafeteria Staff-Mrs. Marie Getzler, Supervisorg Mrs. Agnes Saltsman, Cook-Managrerg Mrs. Lulu Merkel, Assistant Cook: Mrs. Flora Saltsman, Assistant Cookg Alberta Mosher, Student Help: Mrs. Jennie Hudson, Helperg Margaret Walrath, Cashier. Harry F. and Harry H. Hoag' start out on their daily tour of the building 49431 1 - Y f g ' X, -,V , ut ' f 'qi V V ,L E - -ifi ,B W ? A i xl --:Hifi 1? L., - ' 1 -' f ' ' ar V ' -1 s 3 , .X 5- I 'J'--Q A f gig ii ... -1.1 nl. . -l -5 5 A- fzyx-74 445 ""Y 4kX"X- , - 1, -152 -R.. -, -ff,xfwZZZ?Qg?5ifE5 gE1,5f1:Z24:?fiEs ' , -ff54 f4. 1L, - is Lf X X QKEX is juqbx . xQf i1ff - 2 1 i ff -fx f W f x , Y .., .X Z, Pj!! ,"' 'iv' X H ---V . QR if, I ,. 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Time has fied before us like an startled deerg And we, afraid. have vainly tried to stay its nimble feet For we are approaching the end of the blazed and beam-n trail. Straiiffe. uiiinarked maths C0l1lil'0llt us. D , VVe must face them - - - alone! Soon gone are the guiding hands of chiefs and saelieins Too often spurned. In the council fire. embers of youth are fast dying Though quicker still the flames of inuturv znnbition Are kindling the sweet birch wood. With young arrogance we face the blue II10lll1f2Ll11S. They are waiting, impassively waiting for our ascent. NANCY SPRAIQER .llutlo POST I'ROl+llilllM, l'RAl4lMlllM ffltlsx Uolurs GREEN AND Wlll'l'l'l I 'lass 1f'l0u'cr LAUREL i'Senior Saga" Many. many moons ago. when lmlian summer came to pass in lil-16, a large group assem- bled in the upper chambers of the Great liodge CFPHSD. This group, fresh from the chaos of papoosehood, convened with a number of hazy ideas. The most clearly defined of these were to earn the title of Hsquaww or "brave," to perhaps gain enough wisdom to blaze a mark on the tree of life, and to make a journey to a reservation of many bright lights and curious fascinations for pleasure. NVith these goals in mind. they set about to elect representatives. As a result tribal princess Caroline Richard aml her council were established. Feeling also that they needed an older, wiser hand to guide them at this time the Freshmen. thus named be- cause of their verdant infancy, chose a saehem from the Big Council Qfacultyl. Edward King. The counseling of this sachem, whose position proved to be permanent. made it possible for the Freshmen to attain a record pile of wampum during the year. This was principally achieved by pencil. scorecard and food sales. Finally, when June's sun warmed the earth, and when they had performed various men- tal feats, the tribe was conducted through ceremonies which titled them Sophomores. Summer passed and the group again held Council. Art Bueche was selected as chieftain and the tribe prospered with continued sales of seoreeards, hayrides and other projects. At harvest time, however, the entire lodge was saddened by the death of a friend and tribe mem- ber, Donald Sponable. The end of confinement approached. and the tribe was subjected to even more fearsome intellectual exertions. Happily. most of them emerged triumphant from these trials for they had now conquered one-half of the distance to their goal. The next tribal leader was Archie Stewart, who guided them through an exciting period of ups and downs in the wampum supply. The first up came in the form of a Thes- pian rite. "Meet Me in St. Louis," which was a huge success. Encouraged by this victory over linance, the tribe invested much wampum in an annual ceremony. the Junior Prom. As was customary, much wampum was lost on the colorful event although it provided an evening of un- usual pleasure for all those who attended. Nevertheless. supplemented by additional activities the wealth of tl1e tribe grew. The usual tests were inflicted upon them, and they then recessed to prepare for the last lap of the journey. On returning to the Great llodge in autumn. they were acclaimed Senior Tribe War- riors, and they looked with scorn upon the lesser tribes struggling as once they had. With the faithful Sachem and Chief Art liueche to watch over them, they innnediatcly began business affairs. VVam mm roured in fiom many sources- another entertainment cere- is l . 7 mony, "You Canit Take It With Youf' barter of food at athletic contests and pencil sales. A scroll was published telling of their dfeds and accomplishnrents. The winter months slipped by, and suddenly. the anticipated trip was at hand. This unforgettable adventure into the outer world considerably dwindled the wampum pile but the tribe found their efforts of nearly four years well worthwhile. Now only a little time remains before the last pow-wow. The farewells to the lodge, and the graduating ceremony. The most si rnificant iart of the lives of these tribe members is bein " culminated at the l half century mark. Wliat lies in the future for them remains to be seen. Compiled M- Aivriiua liunoins Eclited - NANCY Srimxna Class Prophecy Title: HGLIMPSES INTO THE FUTURE" Author: NANCY SPRAKER Cast of Characters: CLASS OF 1950 Scene 1-New York City Setting: Operating room of Bellevue Hospital-See that nurse down there, the one with the sanitary mask over her eyes as well as her nose and mouth? That's Caroline Richard. She always did hate the sight of blood, you know. Anyway, she's now an expert surgeon's assistant and the only nurse in the world who can tell every surgical instrument by sense of touch alone. Setting: Ebbet's Field-Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Nope, it's "Mighty Mouth" Miller Csuccessor to Lippy Durocherj disputing one of the ump's decisions. He's manager of the Brook- lyn Dodgers, naturally. Setting: Museum of Natural History--"Ladeez and Gentlemen, please give your special attention to the specimen case on my left which contains the stuffed remains of Jimmy Gib- ney. One of the outstanding contributors to womankind, he made the supreme sacrifice in order that no female might be deprived of viewing his handsome countenance. Setting: Peck and Peck's-That girl wiping her shoes with a dirty old piece of chin- chilla is Diane Mowrey. She works here modeling furs. Whatta life! Setting: Majestic Theater-Tonight is opening night. It's Nancy Spraker's big chance. She's playing Ophelia in "Hamlet." The theater is hushed: the audience expectant. She comes down to the footlights-opens her mouth-and throws up. Tch Tch! Setting: Wharmby-Moore School of Language'-"Titha-Githa Talk" has become inter- nationally popular so Jayce and Madalin are making a mint as Instructresses. Setting: Madison Square Garden-He dribbles down the floor like a flash, feints, passes, receives and sinks one for the winning basket in the last sixty seconds of the game. Yup, it's Art Bueche playing pro. Setting: Wall Street-Here one finds the offices of Muhlebeck and Weaver. Walt and Ralph have become successful stock brokers by investing other people's money in the market. We understand-ahem-that they have accumulated quite a fortune. Setting: Coney Island-Aaron has established a shooting gallery and finds it extremely profitable. He presents a genuine Hawaiian lei to anyone who can outshoot him. fNobody out there knows he belongs to the R. O. T. CJ Setting: "Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe"-Anne Caldwell is the girl at the microphone giving out with the sweet, sobby voice. She turned into a torch singer and the critics say her rendition of "The Man I Love" is a scorcher. Setting: Offices of the New York Times-Janet Abel's sharp wit got her a job as humor editor. Her days off are spent at Coney Island. Scene 2-Washington, D. C. Setting: The President's Limousine-Joe Gibney found chauffeuring so much to his liking that he decided to make it his life's Work. Now he's at the top of the pile as driver for Harry. Setting: The British Embassy-With Margaret as chief cook in the embassy kitchen the ambassadors are well fed and thus in compromising moods. Relations with England are better than ever. Setting: The Pentagon Building-Marlene and Katherine found their business at F. P. H. S. invaluable. They are secretaries to prominent Washington officials. Setting: The Senate-one of the few women senators, Lizz Gros has met with much sun" cess ...... especially as a filibuster! Scene 3-Ye Olde Home Towne Setting: Beech-Nut Packing Company-That cracking you hear is not an earthquake. lt, is Rosemary. She tests the elasticity of Beech-Nut gum. Setting: Grand Union-Doris and Dutcher, co-managers. Paul'siLarry and Shirley, co- managers. Guess who does the bossing? Setting: Math Room at F. P. H. S.hUpon the retirement of her Mother, Joanne assumed the job of beating math into thick skulls. She is a graduate of Hartwick College. Setting: Mallett and Doerrer Motor Sales-Fred and Jim have devoted their lives to their one great love, Buicks. It is reported that they give considerable discounts to former classmates. Setting: Brown's Billiard Box-Gentleman Garland Brown, proprietor of "BBB" is suc- cessor to Dopey Waner. He has refurnished the place with ultra modern pool tables. Setting: Ehle's Coal Yard-Craig has taken over for his Father. During summer slack time he helps out over at the Motor Sales. Setting: "Oldick Nursing Home"-Minnie carried out her career as a nurse. She and her husband, a native of Little Falls, have opened a haven for invalids and are prospering. Setting: "Three Men Dairy Farm"--This agricultural project is being run on the outskirts of town by Leland, Ramon and Alex. They bought out Waner's, Nichols', and Everson's and are sole suppliers of milk and cream to Fort Plain. Setting: "Prime's Roller Drome"-At last the kids have a recreational spot around here. Loren, doing all the carpentry work himself, constructed the rink. He and Joanne are skating happily through life together. Setting: "Sally's Chicken Ranch"-Our gel Sal seems to have developed an avid interest in agriculture and is raising a 'tbroodf' Wonder who's been influencing her ??? Setting: A large, comfortable home-Although Ginny stayed at home she has become famous! Her best-seller "It's Simpler by the Score" was written from her own experiences. The girl who "wasn't going to get married" is now happily wed and the mother of twenty children. Scene 4+Europe and Asia Setting: Moscow, Russia-Because of his jovial out-look on life, Archie, better known in diplomatic circles as "Smiling Stewart," had no trouble in achieving a position as ambassador to Russia. He keeps Uncle Joe in a happy mood and the U. S. S. R. has begun to be more agreeable on matters of international imporiance. Setting: A small cafe in Paris-Fay and Tlieresa ended up as can-can dancers in the French capital. C'est une bonne vie, n'est-ce pas? Setting: Buckingham Palace, London. England-Two of our classmates are mingling with royalty. Jean Korniat is social secretary for Princess Margaret Rose while Ursula, who attained fame as an authority on home economics was recently employed as General Supervisor of the palace household. All material in this article is fictitious and any similarity between the anecdote and the subject's sincere purpose in life is purely accidental!! llappiest Seniors ..... Cntest Seniors ....... best Senior poll Sully Koss. Archie Sll'Will't Caroline Hielmrd. Alex Ilcndyneia ' Dressed Seniors ............ ............ Best Dancers ......... Most Likely to Succeed Friendliest Seniors ...................... l' rettiest Hair ....... Prettiest Teeth ....... Diane Rlowrey, Jznnes Gihney Sally Ross. Jznnes Giliney Jenn Kornint, Artie lineelie -,---- Jean Korniat, Artie lineehe Doris Giovannone, lielnnd Phillips ----- lillizabeth Gros. Loren Prime 'l':illest Seniors ..................... ..... Shortest Seniors ...... Most Most Most Most Most --,- Archie Stewart, Diane Mowrey Joe Gibney, Caroline Richard Helpful Seniors .......................... Jean Kornint, Artie lineehe Stndions Seniors ........................ Minnie Oldick. Artie 'lineche Carefree Seniors Sally Ross, Loring Dntcher Athletic Seniors ........................ 'l'alkative Seniors Most Fiekle Seniors --- Qnietest Seniors ...... Wittiesi Seniors ...... ldezll Couple ..-.... - Most Sincere Seniors - - liest liinlt Seniors ...................... Prettiest Eyes ....... 1 1 lnnn Day-drealners ........ Most llignitied Seniors Actress .............. bhewers .......................... 'lll10I'l'S2l Carrier, Artie liueehe Roselnzlry Herb, Arnold Miller Rosenmry llerlm. -lznnes Gilvney Alkll'g2lI'1'l Avillfilill. liznnon Uldiek Sully Koss, Iioren l,l'llll0 Doris GlliY'2lIlll4jllt'. lioring llntelier ----- Nancy Spraker. Artie lineelie -- Caroline Rielnird. Artie lineche - Mzidzllin Moore, G2ll'lilllll Brown Hosenmry llerli, Ralph lxlllllltdllllili Nancy SIlI'1fllCCI', Harland Brown Diane Mowrey. Aaron Ahn Naney Spraker Fred Doerrer Actor .....................................,.......... ..... 1 f ff .XX I fX fx 1 1 A Zixi I R . A fyaxxxf-Sgr!" K 'lx K 1 ,lR X, , X W X fx xf W f A www , . . -MK A X f y -QW . Lf' SIL". PM-M-Ai-1,-gs' - , -.. .-,.- ..- . Mr. M1'. Mr. Mr. IIOII. Mr. Patrons Rvr. mul Mrs. LYMAN ALTIIENISAVII and Mrs. FREDERICK HAER and Mrs. KENNETH O. BARTON and Mrs. GARNER HECK JOSEPH HECK JOHN F. ISENNISON and Mrs. IIAROLD ISOWERMAN Dr. and Mrs. JAMES S. CARNRITE and Mrs. CHESTER C. CHILTON Fathor RAYMOND JI. DORAN GEORGE DUFFY LEO DYGERT RALPH. FAILING WALTER U. FOX LUTHER FRITZINGER GEORGE GLENN NELSON GREEN E Rev. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. :md Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. amd Mrs. I+'REDERIUK GROS M. KENNETH HAMILTL Mrs. FREDERICK S. IIASLETT Mrs. EMMA IRWIN Dr. and Mrs. R. V. KILMER Dr. and Mrs. MILTON LIPSON Mr. and Mrs J. II. MOWREY Dr. and Mrs. WILLIAM MHEIILI'XfK Mr, and Mrs. DONALD NEACII Dr. WILLIAM REID Mr. and Mrs. JOHN E. RIDDER Mr. and Mrs. JOHN F. SAIIER Mrs. MARY II. SELWOOD Mr. amd Mrs DEWI'I"I' C. SIIl'L'l'S Dr. and Mrs. CHARLES SLATER Mr. and Mrs CORLISS SMITH Mr. and Mrs HAROLD SMITH Miss MARY T. VVHITE Mr. and Mrs HAROLD SPONABLE Mr. a.ucII Mrs. ADOLPII WANER 4 Pm SKILLS 552 af 1 I LB1' GUIDANCE-balaliced training -activities. Placement in key positions in business, professional and government offices. IILBMIY BUSINESS UULLEGE 126-134 Washington Ave., Albany 6, N. Y. Nffllf' l.'v'1!'I I-I'1'!v" I lppl' rl X Aam:lS Oldest Name ln Paper Bags Since 1859 Compliments ol' Yerdon Sealtest Ice Cream Fort Plain Beech-Nut packing Company C. J. Burgess and Co., lnc. Canajoharie, New York GEORGE V. SHlELDS Painting - Paperhanging and Decorating Color Expert Z9 Season's Experience Complete Scaffolding Service Trained Men 7 High Street - Fort Plain Phone 4-666-4 Feed - Seed - Fertilizers Bulklime Farm Supplies and Equipment Petroleum Supplies Bottled Gas FORT PLAlN G. L. F. SERVICE Compliments of Walrath Coal Company Fort Plain Compliments of THE FORT PLAIN NATIONAL BANK llunllnw' 1'l1'ff1'I'fll Ilrpusif fllNIII'1lllf'I' f'fn'1mi'r1lio11 Heartiest Congratulations to the Class of 1950 EHLE'S COAL YARD River Street - Fort Plain Compliments of S M A L L E Y ' S T H E A T E R Compliments of ONEIDA MARKETS George Wilmer, Manager Fort Plain Established 1 9 1 7 Thousands of girls are needed in business and government offices NOW The salaries are high and the opportunities for advancement are unlimited The quickest way to prepare for one of these good positions is to take a business course at MILDRED ELLEY SECRETARIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 227-229 Quail Street, Albany 3, N.Y. REGISTER NOW Rcgistred by the New York State Board of Regents SUMMER SESSION starts July 3 FALL SESSION starts September 5 Qu UQJESSTANDARD Compliments of . R. LENEKER, INC PARR'S SHOE STORE Hosiery For All The Family Fort Plain K, l 1 Compliments of H A R R Y ' S S N A C K B A R Compliments of R I C H A R D M O T O R S A L E S B A U D E R GAS and ELECTRIC Gas and Electric Appliances Happy Cooking Metered Gas Service PARSON'S MOTORS CO., INC. Nelliston S P A R R O W ' S Keepsake A Diamond Rings MOHAWK VALLEY CONCRETE CO., INC. Canajoharie - St. Johnsville Compliments of DAVE'S RESTAURANT Fountain Service Compliments of B A U D E R O l L C O M P A N Y ZERO FOOD STORAGE TheBestin Fresh Meats - Frozen Foods Rent a Locker and Save Compliments of MARlANA UNDERWEAR COMPANY Compliments of ROBERT A. MILLEI GARAGE Hudson and Willys-Overland Dealers BROWN'S MODERN F L O O R S Floor Covering Specialists Rugs - Linoleum - Luggage Asphalt and Rubber Tile 188 Canal Street, Fort Plain G E E S L E R ' S Plumbing - Heating General Electric Appliances Phone 4-6261 64-66 Canal Street - Fort Plain Compliments of S T E W A R T a n ol BERGEN Compliments of Compliments Compliments LOCKRIDGE of of STUDIO CLASS OF B. GRAY and soNs 325 Main Street , Oneonta' N. Y. 1 9 5 1 Fort Plain Hardware of Quality Compliments Compliments at of of FORT PLAIN CONOVER - COLLINS C U R R I E R Maln Street - Fort Plaln BUICK SALES HARDWARE COMPANY Phone 4-3191 Nemston Compliments Best Wishes Compliments to the Of of Class of 1950 COLONIAL INN MALLETTVS RON-D-VOO INN Ed- Jag1eH0,P1'0P- SERVICE STATION Fort Plain Best Wishes WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE BOSLET-FREDAY and CO I. G. A. Store NELSONZIOZIAUNDRY Bradley and Kirkpatrick Staple and .Fancy Owners Groceries Fm Plain 72 Canal street, Fm Plain Nelliston Compliments Compliments Compliments of of of VAN VECHTEN'S GRILL K. A. BOWMAN,S WOLCOTT STUDIO Nelliston JEWELRY sToRE Fort Plain Compliments Compliments Compliments of of of B E A N Y ' S F ZCRIL? EE DOBBER'S TOGGERY G A R A G E Fort Plain - Canajoharie S T O R E C I, t BUHRMASTER'S Omp lmen S DRUG STORE Compliments of H. C. Buhrmaster, Ph. G. f WATKINS The Rexall Store 0 V 46 Canal St., Fort Plain THE SMART SHQP FOOD MARKEI' Phone 4-5331 Compliments i Compliments Best Wishes of of from F. G. DIEFENDORF FORT PLAIN 1 y , 1 , V and SON RESTAURANT PETRI S BAKER3 BOOK STORE C 1. t CARHARTS Compliments Omp men S VARIETY STORE of of Lades' Wear - Dry Goods H A W K 1 N S Wallpaper - Notions, Etc. RED MILL . Nelliston Fort Plain C0mpllmeHtS Compliments H. V. BERRY Of of LUMBER COMPANY, INC. PETRILLOSE MARSH'S Fort plain DRY CLEANERS MEAT MARKET Compliments of SNAPPY DRESS SHOPPE Opposite Post Office River Street - Fort Plain Compliments of WILLIAM DOERRER Watches and Jewelry 48 Main Street, Fort Plain Phone 4-3311 FORT PLAIN PHARMACY Vernon J. A. Schrader, Prop. 30 Canal Street, Fort Plain Mutual Trust Life Compliments C0IHIJliments Insurance Co. "Nothing Better in of of Life Insurance" S N E C K ' S MOHAWK DINER HARVEY H. SMITH General Agents Compliments of R. V. NELLIS "blue coal" Fort Plain Compliments of MAROSEK'S CIGAR sToRE ' Fort Plan GERHARTS FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions Phone Fort Plain I-8511 Nelliston Compliments of PINE GRILL Regular Meals Served Everything For the Farm and Home LESLIE T, WANER, INC. Fort Plain Compliments of FORT PLAIN WINE AND LIQUOR STORE Compliments of THE FORT PLAIN COAL COMPANY Fort Plain Compliments of CLYDE BANK KNITTING MILL Fort Plain DYGERT'S DRUG SHOP L. C. Dygert, Ph. C. 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