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

 - Class of 1951

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X 1951 portrait Annual publication by Journalism Class lzort plain I-Iiglw Sclwool I. II. Ill. IV V VI VII VIII. IX X. Table ol: Contents Dofliuat ion ........ "You Must Ilavo llevn a Beautiful Baby Arlniinistration - - I-'rinm-ipal - - - Iioarcl of lCfluc'ation - High Sc-hool Favulty - Grade- Faculty - - Informal Snaps - Seniors - - - Class Cttim-ers - Class llI0lllIN'l"S - Patrons - - - Classes - - Senior Class - Junior Class - Sophonmore Class - Freshman Class - Eighth Graclv - Svventh Graclv - - - D. A. Ii. Essay - - Valeclivtoriaii and Salutatorian - Activitivs ...... Varsity Iiaskvtball - - - Junior Varsity Basketball - Basuball ...... Soccer ...... G. A. A. ...... Varsity Clie-vrleaclers - - - Junior Varsity Clu-erleaders - Library Club - French Club - - - Student Counc-il - Club Teviiation - F. F. A. - - - F. H. A. .... Photography Club - Girls Clem- Club - Chorus - - - Band - - - Drainatics Club - Senior Play - - Portrait Staff - - Hilltopivs Staff - - - Secretarial I,I'?1l?IICO - Industrial Arts Exhibit - Lita-raturv Poem, Motto, Colors. Flowors - History ....... Propliecy Advertising - Cover I'a.gvs - School - - - Informal Snaps - I 'ayf - -I 5 -IJ -b 7 7 -8 9 -10 II - I6 I7 - Ib 18 - ISI - ISI - 20 - 21 - 22 - 22 2 "3 24 Q3 - ...L - Q . - 26 5 - lb 27 27 - 28 -2 8 29 20 - v - 32 I . - 33 - 33 - .34 - .S-I '35 -.v - 36 - 36 - 38 - 39 - I0 - -H -s 25 - 30 - 31 '32 '3 5 'S 7 Dedication 31, TAKE I'I.Ii.XSI'HIC IX IDI IJIlXX'I'IN1l 'I'IIIS YIC.XII BUUK TU MH. IXRTHVH HVIAICIII WIC 'l'III'l UIUXSS UF If! - Y fyv v XI'I'III"I'IX'I'IUY Ulf' IIIS IJICICI' LUXAXIIIIX, XXISI . 4 A . IUVNSICI. .XXII I4'IIII'INIDI.INI-ISS 'I'U THE S'I'I'I3IiX'I'S IUIi'I' I'I..XIN IIIUII SVII . I X9 I5IIIICI"I'UII UI4 .XIIII.IC'I'ICS1 IIF II,XS SIIU I S 'I'II X'I' I'I XYIY1"l'III4' UXXII"If'.XIhIX IN XIUIIIC IBIPUIII A A. . I A ,,,, v v v. v, v XXI III XX XX IXXIXI NUI UNI X IN QVURT4 I3I"I' IN 'I'III 4. ...l.I IIXXII UI IIII XII UF 'FIIUS .fl 1' .1"l. ,U UXYNQXIII. ZWI' 'I 'V' ' IH XXIIU ILXYIC ICXIIX ,,,.1 I I Il III III I1 XIXID IIIM XS X 'I'IIl ll IVIIIICXIJ 4 .ur Johm E. Qidder, principal Board of Education V v , 1 1,1-ft 11+ 11g,hT. MRA lluxoxm Xl'1.Xl'II, IDR. XXlI4I,I.X3l KI1'14:111,lcr'1i.Mic.-l1m1:1'11 I'31+Il'K. lnu,wu1'11' NIR, I.1au Cf IJw'1'1c'1' l'1 :Liss SMITH. '0x1rI1'11f,'MIcs.KlARu,xRIf1'1'-X. SAV!-irc. f'lf1'l.',- MR, II.xRm.rm S, Sxlvrll, NIR 6 .x f'- I-ligh School Faculty Row 1: Mrs. Dorothy Boslet, Librariang Mrs. Marie Getzler, Homemakingg Mrs. Marjorie Robbins, Homemakingg Miss Charlotte Wetterau, Music, Miss Lillian Penney, Social Studiesg Mr. Arthur H. Bueche, Physical Education, Mr. John E. Ridder, Principal, Mr. Eugene Zagorsky, Guidanceg Miss Mary T. White, English and Journalism, Miss Jean Linehart, Commercial, Miss Evelyn Venable, French and English, Miss Alice Anagnos, Physical Educationg Miss Edith Hodge, Mathematics and Science. ROW 2: Mr. William Clark, Coaching and Healthg Mr. Hugh Smith, Dramatics and Englishg Mrs. Florence M. Bailey, Nurse, Mrs. Helen Duggleby, Social Studies, Mr. Joseph Braco, Industrial Arts, Mr. James E. King, Social Studies and Englishg Mr. Kenneth Baumgartner, Vocal Music, Miss Ann Vorce, Art, Mrs. Evadean Handy, Mathematics, Mr. Arnold Fredericksen, Agricultureg Mr. George H. Berberich, Science. Absent: Mr. Robert Pecci, Instrumental Music, Mr. Stephen J. Wilson, Commerce. Grade Teachers Row 1: Mrs. Florence B. Frank, Grade lg Miss Catherine King, Grade 35 Miss Rose E. Falso, Grade 1, Mrs. Elsie S. Larkin, Grade 23 Miss Rose Mullin, Grade 5. Row 2: Mrs. Helen Mac Roy, Grades 5-65 Miss Helen E. Failing, Kindergarten, Mrs. Catherine Russell, Grade 53 Mrs. Catherine B. Hudson, Grades 3-4, Miss Catherine Cook, Grade 45 Absent: Miss Elaine Cook, Grade 2. 7 sf ix if 2 . 5. 4 4 w .1 1 .s s 4 4 4 gl Class Qmfvcicers Ordell R. Stock Margaret V. Thomas i "onlie" "Mum 'xl rar!! finfr follow to I.-non-'f ffl sum um? lmrf'rZ" lf'. I", A.. 1, 2. Il, 4. lU'lJUl'll'l', CE. Yiw- .lnhiislmvii High S1-iioul, Knox .lunini l'1'vsi11m-lit. 4. Class l'1'n-sich-111. -I. 1'Illl1Yil'!' High Svluml. Ulmrux. 4. liilllnpivs. I Slzltu 1"2ll'lllK'l'S Irf-g'1'm-. 3. llK'l'liii1l4'l'- I-'. Il. A.. 1. S4-uioi' I'1:1,v V:lSI. 4. Vlzus Aluxltazmiu-1'y Vminiy In-gm-4-, 3. Yif'1'-l'l'UNi4ll'lll, 4. Ui'i'i1-0. 4. Derelene H. Prime Joan M. Panagakis CKDOHYSY llJoey!! '-'l'1u: zlflinlifwt lass 7ll!lL'l'S the worlfl ffQuic'I1ufss is tb good rlmfrl' xH7'?"'tU k'lioi'us, 1-2-ii-4, Clams T1'OZlSlll'l!l', ZZ-4 l'lw1-1'ls-aulillg, 1-2-fl-4. Cliwlis, 1-2-3-4. K'Ul1l11l01'l'i2ll Club, 243. Ililltopivs. 2-1 1Il1l'Ill11l1l'IliS. 1-2, 41. A. 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FOX Mr. 111111 Mrs LUTHER FRITZINGER Dr. 111111 Mrs. GEORGE GLENN Mr. NELSON GREENE Mr. illld Mrs. NELSON GREENSI1E'l'E Mr. 111111 Mrs. FREDERICK GROS Mr. 111111 Mrs. M. KENNETH HAMILTON Mrs. FREDERICK S. HASLETT Mrs. EMMA IRWIN Mr. 111111 Mrs. LOUIS KAIJI' Dr. EIIICI Mrs. R. V. KILMER Dr. 111111 Mrs. MILTON LIPSON Mr. 111111 Mrs. HARRY MALLET Dr. 111111 Mrs. YVILLIAM Ml'EIIl1EIfK Mr. 111111 Mrs DONALD NEACII Dr. 111111 Mrs. STANLEY 15. l'O'I"l'ER Dr. 'WILLIAM REID Mr. 111111 Mrs JOHN E. RIDDER Mr. 111111 Mrs JOHN F. SAI'ER Mrs. MARY H. SELWOOD Mr. 111111 Mrs DEWITT C. SIIIILTS Dr. 111111 Mrs. CHARLES SLATER Mr. 111111 Mrs CORLISS SMITII Mr. 111111 Mrs IIAROLD SMITII Mr. 111111 Mrs HAROLD SPONAIZLE Mr. 211111 Mrs. ADOLIYII YVANER Miss MARY T. WIIITE Ili IT Row 1: J. Getzler, R. Roser, C. Stewart, D. Prime, O. Stock, M. Thomas, J. Panagakis, R. Billington A. Fox, K. Sponable, H. Marshall. Row 2: D. Shults, A. Kretser, M. Korniat, D. Handy, J. Dopp, J. Luft, C. Klock, A. VVhitehouse, A Lasher. Row 3: R. Battaglia, A. Diefendorf, R. Kilmer, D. Nellis, J. Loren, A. Eacker. J. Suits, C. Le Roy. Row 1: E. Jaiser, B. Bergen, J. Kibler, P. Luft, E. Hoffman, R. Luft, R. Hack, G. Achenbach, G. Tudor S. Hopkinson, G. Getman, J. Schrell, M. Oldick. Row 2: D. Hazzard, W. Hoffman, B. Fredericks, H. Miller, D. Marsh, B. Buley, M. Wahler, J. Eclick N. Klock, B. Gould, C. Leneker, J. Essler, B. Augustine, H. Schwager, Mr. Berberich. Row 3: G. Burns, G. Peterson. C. Looman, R. Bronk, G. Hokerk, R. Smith, M. Smith, R. Wells, D Beck, R. Trumbull, H. Patterson, E. Dillenbeck, V. Hinkle. 15 Row 1: R. Showerman, L. Prall, A. Cole, YV. Bowley, S. D'Arcangelis, G. Hisert. Row 2: M. Smith, P, Muchmore, J. Lowell, E. Utter, J. Mahl, R. Carter, P. Lasher, R. Engle, D. Young, E. Baer, S. Vosburgh, T. Michalik, M. Florian. Row 3: Miss Venable, B. Snyder, S. Wahler, E. Seeley, M. Looman, J. Saltsman, R. Moore, C. Swartz, J. Swartz, D. Eacker, G. Siver, R. Van Der Kar, G. Saunders, R. Luft, J. Kretser, B. Wood, R Carrier, Mr. Braco. Row 4: D. Smith, R. Klock, L. Osborn, R. Campbell, R. Subick, R. Gould, A. Marsh, E. Brownell, L Young, G. Swartz, H. Siver, A. Andrews, A. Walrath. Row 1: T. Lipson, J. Ciani, R. Hickey, M. Conover, R. Wahler, R. Reese, R. Dygert, R. Shockley, D Koester. Row 2: J. Barbaric, B. Morrison, B. Palm, E. Getman, M. Hoyer, H. Pomella, J. Timmerman, C. Hage A. King, R. Dicks, C. Prall, E. Smith, E. Smith, C. Conrad, Y. Pelletier, P. Waufle, G. Hohen shild. Row 3: Mr. Baumgartner, J. Mabbett, L. MacRoy, B. Hunter, A. Stock, C. Monk, S. Dillenbeck, F Loren, I. Frasier, S. Hazzard, J. Aird, K. Patterson, L. Moore, B. Fox, S. Carpenter, S. Knowlton B. Oldick, M. Doxtater, C. Luft, L. Bailey, Y. Geweye, J. Battaglia, Miss Penney. Row 4: M. MacRoy, M. Weaver, J. Edick, K. Watson, M. Swartz, O. Wilson. L. Walrath, A. VVick R. Steele, R. Colegrove, R. Hoyer, D. Aspinwall, D. Lasher, C. Wick. 19 Row 1: D. Aird, J. Pickard, M. W'ilmer, J. Ferguson, M. De Luise, B. Davi, L. Smith, L. Fralick, L Fuelleman, P. Utter, H. Edick. Row 2: L. Sanders, E. Sanders, E. Rollman, M. Putman, C. Hayes, A. VVilkinson, E. Eckert, I. Schrcll K. Lasher, R. Waner. Row 3: Miss White, R. Reid, D. Colo, R. Herb, F. Oldick, R. Osborn, J. Tinka, S. Saltsman, B. Failing C. Voght. Row 1: W. Utter, M. Rubert, J. Lamphere, P. Suits, S. King, M. Beck, S. Billington, B. Putman, B Wrobel. Row 2: A. MacRorie, A. Florian, D. Oldick, L. Looman, R. Byer, L. Gros, B. Smith, R. Bramcr, L Walrath. Row 3: T. Kelly, R. Douglas, R. Hoffman, A. Miller, D. Failing, A. Douglas. H. Douglas, Miss Penney 20 Row 1: D. Saltsman, J. Luft, V. Douglas, J. Locorini, C. Keller, J. Luft, C. Eacker, E. Waner, T Streed, E. Bouck, Carter. Row 2: W. Kretser, G. Shults, L. Putman, N. Rice, D. Dodge, D. Miles, P. Kilmartin, M. Falk, J Tudor, B. Looman, P, D,Al'C2lH26llS, D. Johnson, Mrs. Duggleby. Row 3: R. Billington, E. Lord, N, Darrach, H. Luft, W. Stewart, J, Smith, R. Lassig, M. Hinkle, J Bowman, D. Hunter. ltow 1: J. l'a11ug:akis, G. Conrad, B. Cook, H. Hogan, G. Bowley, J. Clark, M. Carpenter, N. Hzunilton A. Schwager, L. Prall, M. Mang, H. Bergen. Row 2: B. Harbster, C. Bramer, G. Beck, J. Luft, A. Arnold, H. Chapman, J. Loyche, S. Snyder, B Knowlton, G. Grimm. H, Stauring, Miss Hodge, R. Luft. Row 3: A. Smith, W. Cole, A. Kretser, C. Wilder, R. Bentz, R. Smith, R. Rice, N. Boyer, C. Augustine 21 Improved Citizenship Through School Activities Svliiml should pi'm-pzirv girls :mil hmiys for lilla Hmm iwuiilv lie-Iii-wi the svlimil im-i'i-ly helps Sfll1lt'lliS mlm-vc-lop zmfl vliiiusv zu pi'iil'4'ssimi iii lah-1' lilii-. llow l'Vl'l'lll0Nt'XX'll1bllElVt'llllS Yl1'XYlNlllllIl0l10f H-:ilizv that si-liiiiiltcm-lif-s1'l1ii stmleiils W gyms, Ullll'l' things such :is lll'lN'll1lillJlllly. si-1'vic'v. li-ziilwsliip ziml pzltriirtisiii. 'Fhvss quzllilivs oiiilmlmfe Ti'u'rl1fuliwss. loyalty. 4,-iioln-1':u1iivi1. vu1ii'Ti-sy, l'0llNlll4'l'2lllUll ol irlllvrs, lim-i'so11z1lity, self voiilml. wspiillsiliiliiy :mil miss-ll'isli inlc-Vvsl iii liillllllb svlmnl, vmiiinuiiity :mtl mitioii. lNilll'll svliool :ic-Tivitivs :is stiiclviil 1-miiivil, vllllls :mil sports ami milling' thi ymiiig' iwiipli- to uiiclorstziiicl the-ii' mhitii-s as fuliiw ifitim-us in il fli-iiiiwieivy. lilv Il2ll'll1'lll2lllIlQ iii sports pupils lozirii vuwipi-i'zi1iii11. geiiii si-lf 4-oiiiiwil :lull li-zirii ifmisiclvmtimi for ollivrs. 'l'hv stllrleiit vmiiii-il has llt'l'0lll0 mil- ul' lhv imisl iiiipiwlzliil g:'i'mips liliiivtiiiiiiiig' ii1 Sl'llU0l. Si-ll' gLHY1ll'I1lllt'lll lrzlilis im-iiilwi's fm' flllllll' ifilizvilsliip 'l'hvv must mimi in william-I with 1-wrvoiie thi-V must lw llIlilOl'Sl'ElIl4llIlLf :mil . , . . i t ZISSIIIIIQ' lvziclwsliip mul i-4-spmisilmilily il1'0lUl1l lhv svlmol, The stiidviiis 1-miie in vmilzivl with swim' of The- Ill'0llll'lllS ol' their t'0lllll2lIllUllS :incl of flll' svlmol whivh l'llllll7lllS lhm-m To think wisvly :mil eixprvss lugiii-:il upiiiiniis. lii This XV2l'V llwrv is ai lie-111-1' llllll0l'Sf2lIlLllllg1' 4il'1lw ihilivs of 1'lllZltllSlllll lhsil will liaw lu lw iimlvi Izilwii in lzilur life. 'l'hv p:i1'lic-ipzltimi iii i-liili zivlivitivs 11-nwlivs IHll'll2llll1'lll2ll'j' Ill'lH'L'1lllI'i' :xml 1-I1-zilvs :iii llllUl'l'Sl iii 1-iviv tllllll'S whivh will hi- zissiiim-il zililei' SlllllK'lllS lvzlvc si-llrml. Valedictorian Salutatoriah lliciwiuii A SIll'l,'l'S flYN'I'lll.X .I. S'l'liXY.XR'l' AVi'l'?llQ'C 110.51 AYttl'ilQQ4' 90.3 'PJ 'P-r -'1 oach Clark, C. Looman, A. Hacker, R. Carter, R. lC11g'le, R. Luft, R. Battag'liz1, R. Billington Bronk, R. Wells, A. Marsh, l1Iz1r1ager D. Y11u11g'. '1'l11 1'l11l'1 l,12llll 111g'11 H1-1111111 11lN1x1111f11I 1l1111111'1 1'11111'11 11l1' 11'f1l.l'111' x1-:1s1111 111111 El 4-1 1'01'111'11 :11111 2111 1lV11l'-E111 s11:1s1111 1'1-1'111'11 111. 11111 Wim 211111 1'1Ql'111 111sN11s. '1'111 11111111111 211111 11'11i11- 112111 21 1111111 111' 51821 11111111s 1l11l' 11111 s1-:1s1111 z1g:'z1111s1 E111 1 111111119 x1-111'1'11 115' 1111- 11111111s11i1111, This 1111.111s 2111 2lV1'l'21QI1' 111' 31.11 1111i111s I11'1' g'z111111. 1 '11111 1,11l11lS1111111 :11s11 1'11l1Y111'11'11 157 1'11111 5111115 11111 111A :1 1111sNi11111 271 1'11l' 2111 1111 1a1,l 111, .111?1. 1'111N'1'S S1'111f l'11f111.w 1111115 ,gl, , H - - 1411 1'l11g11 ,--.... , 1118 11.11511 ,,,,,,,, 115 Y111111g - - , , , , 1121 1311112131111 , A , , .1. -W 1 HY 1'1.,XY1'I11N l'111'1lf.w 13111111g'11111 .- .ff,, 4-1 1111111 - - f-,,. 315 1121 l'1111' ,,7,.... 211 11l'11111i ,,,.,. , 12 S1Il111l , , , ,. , 12 Si- Row l: B. Clmpnizm, G. Swartz, R. lloycr, A. Wzilruth, J. Lowell, L. Uslmiwi, Cmicli fllzul Row 2: B. Augustine, R. Rice, L. Youngr, H. Pumclla, G. llisert, XV. Bowley, G. Burns Row 73: R. Dicks, Manager R. Herb, R. Shockley. Row 1: C. Looinzm, R. Bronk, R. Luft, A. Eackcr, R. VV0lls. R. Czirtc-r, A. Marsh, Cuac Row Z: G. Hisort, R. Hoyer, D. Young, VV. Bowlcy, R. Campbell, A. Wulrath. Row 3: R. Smith, L. Young, R. Battaglia, R. Engle. 2 5 Socoefz Row 1: R. Dicks, R. Hoyer, R. Engle, R. Carter, R. Luft, VV. Bowley, L. Row 2: Coach Clark, C. Looman, R. Shockley, G. Hiscrt, R. Herb, H. Sch Row 3: R. Bronk, C. Graham, R. Campbell, A. Eacker. Row 1: IG. Utter, B. Bergen, M. Korniat, A. Fox, J. Luft, H. Marshall, Swartz, S. Vosburgh. Row 2: G. Saunders, B. VVoocl, J. Mahl, M. Wahlcr, P. Luft, E. Hoifm Kar, D. Eckert, G. Siver, P. Vllauile. 1 Row 3: C. Prall, B. Hunter, IJ. Luft, Y. Pelletier, S. Wahler, I. Carrier, Battagrlia, C. Luft, S. Carpenter. Row 4: E. Baer, S. Knowlton, B. Palm, M, Hoyer, A. Stock. Osborn, B. Chapman. wager. H. Pomella, L. Young D. Prime, Miss Anagnos, .l an, S. Hopkinson. R. Van Dol 2 6 M. Looman, J. Mabbett, .I M. Wahler, E. Hoffman, J. Getzler, E. Utter, J. Luft, D. Prime, S. Forcucci, P. Luft. 1"1'UIlttO back: P. Waufle, S. Wahlcr, E. Jaiser, Y. Pelletier, D. Luft, S. Desmond, S. Vosburghg Mascot M. Humphrey. QT Row 1: B. Fredericks, S. Wahler, D. Luft, P. Carrier, E. Utter, E. Baer, G. Tudor, K. Sponable, E. Hoffman, P. Luft, M. Wahler, J. Luft, S. Vosburgh, Y. Pelletier, M. Hoyer, B. Palm, C. W'ick. Row 2: B. Morrison, E. Smith, K. Patterson, J. Mowry, E. Seeley, M. Smith, B. Bergen, S. Hazzard, A. Fox, M. Korniat, J. Timmerman, J. Mabbett, C. Conrad, F. Loren, J. Edick, J. Aird, Y. Geweye, J. Schrell, Mrs. Boslet. Row 3: M. Looman, J. Saltsman, C. Swartz, A. Stock, G. Siver, D. Eckert, J. Swartz, H. Marshall, N. Klock, G. Getman, S. Hopkinson, S. Knowlton, A. Kretser, E. Getman, S. Carpenter. IJ. Shults, R. Hack M. Smith, Miss Venable. B. Gould. ZS Row 1: J. Loyche, R. Huck, R. Roser, C. Stewart, E. Hoffman, E. Utter, O. Stock. Row 2: Mr. Berberich, M. Beck, T. Streed, B. Failing, R. flllffllliill, C. Hage, D. Young, Ii. Cartel H. Pomella, C. Prall, J. Luft. Row 1: D. Prime, R. Huck, C. Stewart, D. Young, J. Clark. Row 2: A. King, P. Carrier, M. Smith, F. Oldick. 2 SJ Row 1: D. Hazzard, O. Stock, J. Loren, G. Burns, R. Klock. Row 2: D. Aspinwall, K. Watson, A. VViCk, R. Steele, R. Showerman, T. Michalik, L. Van Arsdale, Mr. Fredericksen. Row 3: D. Krester, R. Lasher, E. Dillenbeck, E. Brownell, R. Subik, R. Colegrove. I: I3 A Organization Fiitnrt- iltl2lI'Ill0I'S of Allltl1'lt'El is a DOYS70l'g1?1lllZ?1.i'l0I1 in cfonjunvtion with the courses in Vtwililtlllill zXQl'ltjlllllll'0 and zlclvisvtl hy the 2lgl"lt'1lll'lll"0 teaulier. The priniary ziims are to develop zigrirulture leztclersliip. vooperzltion :incl uitizensliip, to strongtlien the confidence of young men in tlitimsrlvvs and their work, and to 01icfoii1'age them to improve farm home surroundings in orflvr to make it si better lift' and El better place to live. Each lioy pzir'tiripz1tos in siipcwvisvtl fnrniing With projects of his own retiring for tlioni :intl putting into use nioclern zipprovofl nietliocls. , . . ....l1.rf. .10 During at sc-hool year. tht- l+FA boys nzirticfipzite in many activities nite in ing, airs, ,nu ,Q- ing events, loral tivlrl trips, l5l'0Zlllt1ZlSiS, contests and ai bzniqilet at which the clvgrwv of linipire- Steito lflztriiier is ziwzirdcd. The boys liztvo won niany ziwarcls this year. Orrlell Stock Tied for first plum imlivirluzil honors in the clziiry ,judging vontf-st' at Colilvskill State School Contest, and the group took sovorzil prizes at the Morrisville State Svhoolg the fruit jiiflging' tt-:ini plzwetl first, winning ei grolfl 1-np, They also won first. planar honors at tlne llorkinior-Moiitgfoim-ry field clay. Other events invlnrlf-tl ei ln'oe1il1'e1st ovrr YVGY where they wt-rv at part of tht' H1'lill'll'1 Paper of the Airf' enrollment in the Ilziiiqyitiriis Imzigue Milk Quality Control Contest for tlirtw yt-airs clnring' which time they lizivv won at total of M02 in wish prizes. ln the flliirflcon of TtbIllOl'l"0V.' Contest last year, Mzinfriocl lflloriatn plziveml fifth in the stzitt' for tho Junior division ont of 92 t'4lllltNl'?llliS from all over the state. Hziynioncl Klork. 'l'lirocloro Mit-lizililc, lfllton lirownell :intl Nznifriotl ltll0l'l2lll won tht' Hor- liinwr-lllontwoiiiery County ltl2lI"lllt'l" At'l1l1'Vtl1llt'Ili ziwzirfl. C 50 J. Getzler, C. Swartz, Mrs. Marie Getzler, J. Kretser, M. Thomas, J. Dopp, E. Seelye. D. Handy, L. Bailey, B. Oldick, M. Korniat, J. Mabbctt, B. Palm, A. Sickler, M. Doxtator, A. Ku-tsvi', J. Battaglia, S. Knowlton, E. Smith, B. Fox. .I. Saltsman, A. Whitehouse, H. Marshall, A. Fox, K. Sponable. 1 ' 1 i I3 l-l A Qrganization lfutuim lliilllklllfllxilh ol Aluuwiva, :1 slate Zlllfl national Ol'g2lI1lZtlLlUIl of pupils studying lumu-niaking in pulmliu svlmols, haw- for Their purpose. the building of lionws wlufro living will iw llw l'XITl'0NSl0ll oi' k'V0l'VllllIlgI that is good and fairg lionws wlicre truth. love, svuurity and faith will be 1'valit'ic-s. 'lllirougli flu- l". ll. A. sturlc-nls aw not only lllSll'lll'l0l'l in Tin- art of homo- inakingg' but :Irv lauglif lcarlvrsliip. 1-oopwzlfioil and tolvraiwo. . . f . . .Xvtivitios of 'rho group llns yc-ai' lllf'llltlllil a formal rlanw, an annual lmiiqlwl. a pimiw. 2llli'lltl2lll1'f' at ,l'l2ll'IlI anrl llmnv NYQ1-li at ltliaml. ilu- l'0llYt'llll0ll at lim-risvillo and Cainm a1 l Long Iialce. . . - , . l"'1v l,lll1'lllVll'li won limi lvrlzu in ilu- DAX. li. sfafv Nllllvsl im' llll' ln-sf ilrvss nrulv IW ln r l". ll. A, nu lll 1 31 Row Row Berberich. Row Row Row 1: P. Wautfle, E. Smith, S. Billin,Q'ton, B. Davi, L. Aird, G. Hohensheild, B. Row 2: Mr. Baumgartner, L. 1: K. Sponable, J. Suits, R. Kilmer, J. Dopp. 2: C. Stewart, J. Getzler, A. Eacker, R. Billington, D. Prime, M. Korniat, C. Klock, Mr 3: D. Handy, Mr. Braco, D. Nellis, A. Diefendorf, J. Luft, D. Shults, H. Marshall. -1: R. Bzxttzigrlizi, R. Ehle, R. Roser, C. LeRoy, A. VVhitehouse, A. Fox. K. Patterson, A. Stock, C. Wick, M. Hoyer, J. Mabbett, Y. Pelletier Smith, M. W'ilmer, P. Suits, J. Barbaric, I. Frasier, F. Loren, J Morrison, L, Mz1cRoy, J. Lamphere. Gould, B. Hunter, C. Prall, A. Brownell, S. Hazzard, C. Monk, B Fox, E. Smith, M. Doxtater, E. Rollman, M. MacRoy, A. King, S. Knowlton, J. Battzigrlia J. Timmerman, I. Schrell, E. Eckert, C. Hayes, C. Conrad, A. Sickler, C. Luft. 32 Row 1: E. Utter, D. Luft, C. Swartz, S. Vosburgh, A. Smith, J. Kibler, M. Thomas, S. Desmond R. Ehle, J. Loren, G. Peterson, R. Campbell, A. Andrews, R. Hack, S. Davi, P. Muchmore G. Achenbach, S. Hopkinson, B. Gould, G. Getman, J. Schrell, B. Bergen, G. Tudor, S. Wahler Row 2: Mr. Baumgartner, B. Wood, E. Jaiser, J. Mahl, M. Wahler, E. Hoffman, P. Luft, S. For Clar cucci, C. Stewart, L. Prall, R. Wells, A. Diefendorf, M. Smith, L. Young, C. Looman, R Battaglia, R. Bronk, H. Marshall, J. Dopp, A. Whitehouse, J. Panagakis, C. Leneker, J Getzler, D. Handy, A. Kretser, D. Prime, accompanist, D. Shults. inets: A. Diefendorf, R. Wells, G. Wells, R. Dicks, G. Mabbett, S. Vosburgh, D. Eckert, J Loyche, J. Sheely. Percussion: R. Smith, B. Harbster, H. Luft, E. Utter. Flutes: M. Rubert P. Lasher. Cornets: J. Ciani, D. Young, J. Panagakis, D. Beck, L. Gros, R. Shockley, D Aird, B. Palm, F. Dillenbeck, R. Cramer. Trombones: S. Knorr, W. Stewart. Baritones: J Mahl, D. Luft, P. Muchmore. Horns: E. Aird, R. Luft. Basses: R. Trumbull, R. Hoffman Saxophone: H. Chapman. Bass Fiddle: S. Hopkinson. Conductor: Mr. Robert Pecci. Major ettes: P. Wauiie, Y. Pelletier, B. Bergen. 33 Row 1: E. Utter, P. Muehmore, S. Vosburgh, G. Achenbach, C. Stewart, M. Smith, D. Shults, R. Hack, S. Desmond, E. Baer. Row 2: Mr. Smith, J. Timmerinan, R. Morrison, B. WVood, J. Barbaric, H. Marshall, D. Handy, M. Korniat, A. Fox, M. Maclioy. Row 3: K. Sponable, A. Eacker, R. Billington, R, Kilmer, R. Roser, C. LeRoy, J. Suits, L. MacRoy. Ilarold Kolbermeyer, Clarence Lelioyg Albert Kummer, Adelbcrt Eackerg Hill Sa-awrigzht, Richard Billingtong Chuck Vincent, Rene lioserg Martha Seawright, Margaret Thomasg Ruth VVilkins, Doris Handy, Judge Wilkins, Alan Diefendorfg Miriam Wilkins, Deborah Shultsg Mrs. Edith VVilkins, Helen Marshall, Dora Cynthia Stewart. 31 Row 1: K. Sponable, assistant Literary Editorg Deborah Shults, Editor-in-Chiefg Jo Getzler, Cir- culation Manager. Row 2: C. LeRoy, Art Editorg J. Domi, Literziry Iiditorg R. Billington, assistant Business Munn- ggerg D. Handy, assistant Literary Editor, A. Whitehouse, Business Mzuiagerg A. Diofendorf, Advertising' Manager, Miss White, Adviser. D. Shults, D. Prime, S. Forcucci, J. P3.I'121g'k1kiS, Miss Linehart, J. Luft, M. Thomas, J. Dopp, C. Le Roy, A. 'Whitehouse, K. Sponable, R. Billington, D. Handy, B. Gould, Miss White, S. Desmond. Absent: J. Getzler. Jlaldafua Stagg Secretarial Practice Class Thomas, S. Forcucci, J. Mowers, J. Panaggakis, 1J.Prime, J. Luft, E. Hoffmaur Industrial Arts Exhibit IW .,- .rl Class poem Mysterious music, sweet Plllfl 2lllllI'lllQI, Flute like notes of an unseen piper, Fall on the ears of happy ehildren A rresting thein in their play. Where eonies sueh sound, and who is its inzlker! Ilnrk! t'is so soft, ears strain to hear. The wind wafts it near, and then it is gone Awzly, over the hill. Feet turn in its direction drawn by its insistence. A kind hand reaelies out and Sl'02lfli0Y the seeker. Some fall by the way too weak to go on. lint the strong surge ahead. Suddenly a voice is heard urging tliein on. The voice is singing 21 glorious song. 'l'he hand tightens its grip guiding stnnihling feet, llp the last sharp incline. 'l'he voiee eomes nearer. Hut no, t'is not a voiee but many voices Raised in ai song of victory. What is this U? Those who spurned not the steady hand. Find the song was ever present in their hearts 'l'hey are part of the swelling Chorus. 'l'hey are the victors. -l,ICBOR.Xll SIll'l,'l'S .110 TTU Qui :mn proffeil, 1lf'fif'il CLASS COLORS Yellow and ll'lziIu CLASS l"L0ll'Eli' Daisy 38 Class History The Senior Class of 1951 started out asa few little notes in kindergarten. These little notes made the first line of our staff: Jean Dopp, Cynthia Stewart, Deborah Shults. Derelene Prime, Audrey Smith, Joan Panagakis, Roger Ehle, Alan Diefendorf. Diek Billington. and Russell Kilmer. In the third grade three little sharps were added: -Ianet Luft. Sylvia Foreueei and Ordell Stock. Three more years go by and our first eord is eompleted with the arrival of Jo Getzler and Richard liattaglia. Charlotte Kloek, Jimmy Loren and Alberta Lasher joined our elass in the seventh and eighth grades. The melody was nearing eompletion when nine more notes were added in our freshman year: Kay Sponable, Doris llandy, Marion Korniat, Helen Marshall, Alma Fox, Clarence LeRoy, John Suits. and David Nellis. To finance our Composition, we had a hayride, sold sweatshirts and held food sales the first year. Beginning the seeond page of our composition, we added Audrey VVhite- house and Junior Eaeker. Activities for the seeond year were selling Fort Plain emblems, holding raffles and sponsoring a ininstrel show. Margaret Thomas was the only note added in our eleventh year. To further build finanees we sold seore eards and held food sales. The year ended with a jlllll01'-SOHi0l' banquet. The final touehes appearing in our twelfth year were llllx addition of Anne Kretser and Rene Roser. Selling basketball pencils, staging a. senior play, putting on a spaghetti supper, selling eandy at the basketball games. sponsoring a post season basketball game were our money making projects for our last year. The New York trip is something else on our song sheet. ln June we will graduate from a. few little notes to a harmonious melody. 5,39 prophecy It is tl1e year 2000. Tired and hungry from a long journey in our airship we land in a little hamlet. As we step forth from our 4-raft we are greeted by a small group of people rushing toward us. A familiar fare leads the group. lt's Alan Diefendorf! Judging from his swallowtail coat and high hat, he must be the town 's present mayor. After making an appropriate speoeh he suggests some refreshment. VVe enter the HGreasy Spoonv Cformerly the Fort Plain Restaurantl and much to our sur- prise we see Janet Luft who is the proprietor. NVe order a glass of milk and upon our asking what makes it taste so good, she explains that it is due to the Stock and Loren method of milking cows with pussy willow-palmed gloves. Alan then vets out his hook "Who's VVho in the Class of '5l " which reads: P1 Rene lioser, Clarence lielloy and John Suits are on a big gaine hunt to Mars. Cllope they catch a Pipsisawal Cynthia Stewart is running the loeal hospital. Roger lflhle is a patient in the hospital, recovering from a head injuryg he was hit with a bag' of barley corn. Alberta llasher is working in the hospital and can be found running around the halls carrying covered trays. Russell Kilmer is working with the atomic eyelotron in the llniversity of Rochester. Alma Fox works in a taxi dance hall in New York City. Sylvia Fort-ueei is coaching the Oklahoma Aggiels Basketball team. Richard liattaglia is playing first base on the Aggies team. Derelene tl'rimej Peplinski. Jean Doiil Cari Andre Smith Baum and Mar aret i 1 7 7 C'l'homasj Stewart are four of the town's leading social matrons who are now planning the Annual Cotillion Ball. Helen Marshall is working for the Adler Elevator Shoe Company. Marion Korniat is now known as Mme. Zizzi fthe dressmakerl. She specializes in making eoats for one-armed men. Kay S ionable. now a lab technician. can be found takine' .lo Getzler,s blood count because 1 2' -lo Getzler is getting: married for the sixth time. Anne Kretser and Joan Panagrakis are secretaries to Vncle Joe. They use ref! ink. Junior Hacker is running "Eat-ker's Little Acrel' fthe one-time Harry 's Snack l5ar.l Dick liillington is a Lieutenant in the Air Force. This time he's not play-at-ting. Doris Ilandy. now a dental hygienist. serves her patients gingerehle. David Nellis is in South America surveyinr a site for a swinuninet iool for rink cleihants. . n I Charlotte Klock works for the Noodle Soup Company. She loops the loops in noodle soup. Audrey Whitehouse is a debator on the radio Farm Forum. Debby Shults, a French interpreter, is eonfusing diplomats in the United Nations because she forgot an idiom. FLASII: We have just heard that Russell Kilmer has been lost in the cyclotron for two days. NVell, time is running out. We must get back to our airship and head for home. -10 P M SKILLS all I a of Yercion Sealtest GUIDANCE-balanced training I C -activities. Placement in key Ce reanq positions in business, professional ' . Fort Plain and government offices. ALBANY BUSINESS GULLEGE 126-1334 VVaslf1ing'ton Ave., Albany 6, N. Y. Nlulw Hl'flLSf1'I'1'llfl'1',I'I'llll .lp1n'of'f'1l i uBeech-Nut A and S Packing Oldest Name Company In Paper Bags Canajoharie, New York Since 1859 Congratulates You" 42 Compliments of THE FORT PLAIN NATIONAL BANK lllllfl' lfvrlrrfll lIr'1msi1 Ilrsllrulu-1' l'rll'1lIli'1lfi0ll Compliments of Luxuray 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 Registered by the New York State Board of Regents SUMMER SESSION starts July 2 FALL SESSION starts September 4 The Music: Shop "Home of Magnavox" Feed - Seed - Fertilizers Bulklime Farm Supplies and Equipment Petroleum Supplies Bottled Gas FORT PLAIN G. L. F. SERVICE SIENA COLLEGE LOUDONVILLE, NEW YORK DAY DIVISION EVENING DIVISION Men Only Men and Women Offering a Complete Program of Approved Courses Leading to BacheIor's Degrees in Arts, Science and Business Administration ROTC Optional Course in Military Science and Tactics Leading to a Second Lieutenant's Commission, Field Artillery Reserve, U. S. Army THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Evening Classes for Men and Women Courses Leading to Master's Degrees in ARTs fM.A.J SCIENCE qM.s.p SCIENCE IN EDUCATION qivi. s. in Ed.J BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION QM. B. AJ For Catalogue and Detailed Information Call in Person, Telephone or Write THE DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Albany 8-3567 Watervliet ARsenal 3-0330 Compliments of Ron-D-Voo Inn Fort Plain WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Bradley and Kirkpatrick, Owners 72 Canal Street, Fort Plain Compliments of FERRARO MOTOR SALES Your l"rivmlly l"rn'rl Dealer Canajoharie - Phone 3-5823 Compliments of WILLIAMS AND HOLMES Little Falls Compliments of DAVE'S RESTAURANT Fountain Service Compliments of BAUDER OIL COMPANY Compliments of ZERO FOOD STORAGE C Compliments of ROBERT A. MILLER GARAGE Hudson and Willy-Overland Dealers PARK SERVICE CENTER James C. Hack, Proprietor Texaco Products - Car Laundry Greasing orner River and Willett Streets - Phone 4-031 GERHARTS FLORISTS Flowers For All Occasions Phone Fort Plain 4-8511 Nelliston GEESLER'S, INC. Plumbing - Heating General Electric Appliances Phone 4-6261 64-66 Canal Street - Fort Plain Heartiest Congratulations Compliments of to the S T E W A R T Class of 1951 a n d EHLE'S COAL YARD BERGEN COMPANY River Street - Fort Plain Hardware -I3 Compliments of E R LIENEKER, INC. Compliments of PARR'S SHOE STORE Compliments of H A R R Y ' S SNACK BAR I Compliments of B A U D E R GAS and ELECTRI C. J. BURGESS and CO., 1NC. Canajoharie, N. Y. Compliments of E. WILFRED CURRIER Buick Automobiles General Insurance Nelliston PARSONS MOTOR CO., INC. 'si Nelliston MOHAWK VALLEY CONCRETE CO., INC. Canajoharie -- St. Johnsville C 1, t BUHRMASTER'S Omp men S DRUG STORE Compliments of H. C. Buhrmaster, Ph. G. f The Rexall StOI'e N O 46 Canal St., Fort Plain THE SMART SHOP FOOD MARKET Phone 4-5331 Compliments Best Wishes Complgments o of from F. G. DIEFENDORF and SON PETRI'S BAKERY A SAMUELS BOOK STORE CARHARTS Compliments C L A S S VARIETY sToRE of O F Ladies' Wear - Dry Goods Wallpaper - Notions, Etc. H A W K I N S 1 9 5 2 . Fort Plain NQUISIOH Compliments Compliments H- V- BERRY of of LUMBER COMPANY, INC. MARIANA UNDERWEAR MARSH? Fort Plain COMPANY MEAT MARKET Phone 4-3311 Compliments Compliments FORT PLAIN PHARMACY of Of SNAPPY DRESS SHOPPE Opposite Post Office River Street - Fort Plain Compliments of SNECK ELECTRIC WILLIAM DOERRER Watches and Jewelry 48 Main Street, Fort Plain Vernon J. A. Schrader, Prop. 30 Canal Street Fort Plain . Compliments of Compliments f HARVEY H. SMITH 0 'HARVEY L. SMITH S P A R R O W S Insurance and Bonds Keepsake of All Kinds Diamond Rings Y River Street - Fort Plain i Y, ....,... .VW -I7 Compliments Compliments of of R. V. NELLIS "blue coal" Fort Plain LESLIE T. WANER, INC. Palatine Bridge DYGERT'S DRUG SHOP L. C. Dygert, Ph. C. 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