Geneseo Central School - Jen O See Yearbook (Geneseo, NY)

 - Class of 1944

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'Ta 1944 TEN-0-SEE Published by the SENIOR CLASS of the GENESEO HIGH SCHOOL Geneseo, New York IEAN CHAMP DONALD MILLS Co-Editors 1 2 "7-- fiiiiiir FOREWORD Because of the rich Indian culture which is a part ot the historic traditions of the Genesee Valley, and from which the name 'lIenvOASee" originated, we of the stati have chosen the lndian as the theme ol the l944 len-O-See. We like to teel that the native lndian virtues ot strength and courage and endurance have not faded from our Valley and that perhaps in some small part these same characteristics are revealed in our student lite. On these pages We have attempted to present a true picture of our school lite, and of the activities which made the year so enjoyable. DEDICATION To MR. CARL HOST, whose untiring interest and energy have helped make possible many school activities, We dedicate the l944 len-O-See. ln his four years at Geneseo High School, Mr. Host has been not only a teacher but also a real friend. 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We shall always think ot hirn as a friend and teacher who was a source of inspiration to all ot us and who skillully guided us toward graduation. Our appreciation to you-Mr. Fetzer. 8 W..-.w-.1-.f AROUND THE COUNCIL TABLE Our councilors have steadily improved our school throughout the years. With their helpful guidance we have successfully maintained our high standard of education. The ineixihers of the board of education are Mr. Gates Mincliler, president, Edgar Barnes, Frederick I Holcoiiilo, l,ca Allen, Elmer Vienna, George Newton, and Austin Erwin. They have 'uxorlced tirelessly to further the progf ross of the school and have shown a sincere interest in our academia and etra-curricular activities, We :shall contznige ta be grateful for all that they have done in our behalf. Mr. Gates M. Minckler President Mr. Elmer Vienna Mr. Frederick Holcomb Mr. Edgar Barnes ! . sawn... -u8""?S3""Y" Mr. Leo Allen Mr. Austin Erwin Mr. George Newton 5,9 OUR CHIEFTRINS 2: 0 ff' ' ' My ,A Miss Doty, Standing: Mr. McGill, Miss Blank, Miss Hamer, Miss Benestad, Mrs. Halsey, Mrs. Hartlieb ' Galton, Miss Fullagar, Miss Quirk, Mr. Host. Seated: Mrs. Hally, Miss Lanpher Mr Mrs Congdon, Mr. Fetzer, Mrs. Brighton, Miss Mills. Miss Freda Benestad, B.S. Physical Education Ithaca College Miss Helen Blank, BA. Social Studies University of Rochester Mrs. Ralph Brighton, B.S. Home Economics Buffalo State Teachers College Mrs. Charles Bryner Art and Seventh Grade Fredonia State Teachers College Mrs. Richard B. Congdon, B.A., M.Ed, English III, IV and Guidance University of Rochester Mr. Harold Doty, BA., M.Ed. Science Cornell University and University of Rochester Mr. Theodore W. Fetzer, M.A. Principal Colgate and Columbia University Miss Dorothy Fullagar, B.S. Commercial Keuka College Mrs. Edward Hally, B.A. Language McGill University Mrs, Theodore Halsey, B S. English II and Dramatics Ithaca College Miss Irma Hamer, B.Ed. Seventh Grade Geneseo State Teachers College Mrs. Clarence Hartlieb Music Fredonia State Teachers College Miss May Lanpher Eighth Grade Albany Normal College Mr. Walter McGill, B.S. Physical Education Springfield College Miss Rejean Mills Secretary Rochester Business Mr. Carl A. Rost, B.S. Industrial Arts Buffalo State Teachers College Miss Mary P. Ouirk, B.S. English I and Library Albany State Teachers College Institute IO ' umm: ,,ff' ,T C? i if T qv 1 ff ff 1 f in U4-0 C E' I l - 47 - 4 0 ummm 1 . V 1 n, - V ' .. I , - i 1 . .,1, :Y -f ... A. , ,ww l -. .1 ffldjf'-5, A 7 "L, ' X 5 WI ,I 4,f,,,,1 - A . X 'QA 1 I WARRIORS Left to right: B. Brown, President, D. Wade, Salutatorian, Vice-President, B. Beam, Secretary, Miss Quirk, Advisor, I. Partridge, Treasurer, H. Yates, Valedictorian. THE SENIOR LEGEND Four years ago, sixty-three terrified freshmen entered high school only to be faced with unheard of tortures at the hands of the Seniors. We had been so eager to enter high school that we had overlooked this initiation. At least, we had put it in the backs of our minds for awhile. We must confess, though, that we enjoyed Freshman Week, especially the dance given at the end of the hazing period. We elected lack Barry our president with Mrs. Lloyd Tuttle, our advisor. In our Sophomore year, Paul Cornish was elected president and Miss Mary Quirk, advisor, We sponsored two successful dances, Remember the October Sophomore l-lop and later on a spring dance? That year ten sophomores attended the Brighton Press Con- ference with our chaperon, Mrs. O'Donnell. For the first time, out of eight Varsity players four were sophomores. As juniors, Harold Leighton was elected president with Miss Quirk our reelected advisor. Highlight of the season was our lunior Prom. Because of war restrictions we held it in the gym instead of at Long Point. George Meeker and his orchestra furnished our music. We took the VALLEY ECHOES in our stride too. Aspiring journalists were sent to the Syracuse Conference and to the Rochester Conference, with Mrs. O'Donnell attending both as chaperon. Then we lost three members to the armed forces--Clarence Elam and Ralph Bow to the Army and Bob Burns to the Navy. Our senior year opened to the lusty chant of "buy a magazine for the senior class?" Oh, yes, we had lots of doors slammed on our aching feet, but it was fun. Our president was Bill Brown and Miss Quirk our advisor. During freshman week we took out of the poor frosh what the seniors four years ago had taken out of us. We repaid them with fun and food at the dance and formal initiation at the end of the week. The senior play, "Mrs Miniver" was held in December with a record crowd in attendance. Then came the Senior Ball with the University Revelers furnishing the music. This was our gala affair. After it the yearbook reared its head and many hours were spent on it. 'lake" Bartholo- mew left for the Navy. Herbert Yates and Dorothy Wade were valedictorian and salutatorian. Now with graduation, our history making in Geneseo High School is at an end. We enjoyed our four year's stay, and most of us wish in a way we could do it all again, 12 BOLD Charles Battaglia "Get thee behin-l ine Satan " Baseball l, 2 3 4 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4, TFGCK 3, 4 Golf 2, 3, 4 Band 3, 4 Orchestra 3, 4, Consort 3 Barbara Beam "The very llawer ol yoxL'h' Science Cliilv l Lfvizt Club l, 2 Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, lklixel Cliou: l 'Q 3 Gr-'ltestra l, lntraiiiuialzi l, il, 3 4 GAA. l, 4 'l':'ea::1ire:' I Frozaliiiian Clan.: Se:"v'xiy Soiiiottioze Class Secretary S-Kino: Clan.: Valley Fflioes 2, 3 len-O-See 4 Svriiui' Play 4 Yivioiy Caryl 3, Minstrel Show ll Mary Boulle' 'AA iiioonlialtt t avi'-le' iii l.i:1c',"1' land " Clioriirl l, 2, 3 4 lwf'rY'f"f.l l llxllY'..T'Tt"l ffliix-6 2 Concert 3 0:'vlie11'm Q 3 4, l.a'1.i Ci':lo 2 Library Cllilw ll 3, 4 l:1f:a:iii:ral.a l, 2, 3, CTA A. l, 2 Valley lifio-Iv 3 lei-O Fee 4. Icanne Graham Brown "Lilo is no' lite at all vxitixoxzf oeltpiil " GA A. l, Clim-111: l, 2, 3 4, A--' Club l, 2 Library Cliil' l Q 3 4 Operetta l Minntrel Show 2, Concert 3. William Brown "All the qrvi' inter a lviri-1 an? l tlont leel :xo well myself Baseball l, 3 4 Sam-er' l C 3 4 Trxwalc l, 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4 Valley Evfpoes 3 left-O-See 4, Band l, 2, 3 4 Orsliegszzti l Q 3 4, Se-nio' Play 4, Minstrel Show Q Concert 3 Pretsiilefit Senior Class, Blaise Buflamante "What sliouli a :nan rio but be zt1efry'7' Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 l3a.2eball 3 4, Golf l, 2, 3, 4, Socvez' l, 2, 3, 4 Bfmil 3, 4 Orthestra 3, 4, Lalin Club l, Contert 3, Doris Carey "Her heart its azl Great as tlie woriil but there ix no roozii in it to hold the memory ol a wrong" lntraiiiiirals l, 3, 4 Latin Club l, 2, Valley Echoeaz 2, 3, GA A l, 2, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, Minstrel Show 2, Debate Club 2, Art Club 2, Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, len-OASee 4, Senior Play 4 Rosemary Carpenter "A rallier quiet qirl 1.1 she but always pleasant company." lntraniuralzz l, 2, lunior Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, Victory Corps 3, Valley Echoes 3 len-O-See 4. Xhs-miami" i ' r on Vxlilliam Can' MSIVIQI f1w.'cy UOYICW, 'nxt 41'.'.wzy www Eczfzkefkull I, 2 3 4 SOLID: I, 3, 3, 4 I3I11:wIaI1 I, 2, 4 T'f1CIc 2, 4 Chorus: I, ff Vc1II4'y Ifc'Iuw 2, 3 Sexxcr PIf:y 4 Iean Champ I Ilve IC: VII-ctfizfe ' IJIII-IFFYI f'5ICr...1 I, 2, 3, 4, Qxyxzftfx I Mlrmnirf Show 2 Sileifxe CMI: I, 2 III' vy VIIIII I, Q 3, 4 If-lime CIJL I, 2 I. I':r. C"I.1I' I, 2, Ar UIxb 3 'JTQIQ-3' fIQI1CeI.1 T I'-:IIN 3 fr,1:f1:m1rf1I J, Sem: FIi'y' 4 if: swam' Im.-W-fifw IIIIIIII I5F'pf'r::rfz 'ilf I 5 3 " r. rr, :rx 4 Vfm wr' 3 Yolanda Chiara "Af71'XI'1f-"3 ,I I.. " 1III"'.I Ie':i:IL:t',1.r5'I.' . 3, 3, 4 F :tix I, If 3 UrvI1z-.:IrI I, Q, 3 'TFQGLQ I 3 3 -'pfxzwttw I, Mmqzirv .'fI.o'.'I' 3 l3i'If,r1-'fl CI1.I,: E .fxrf I'I.,II I, I.1Iv.I1r' CIIIKA f, 3 3 4 G A A 2, 3, 4, '.I1II+",' IfvI1w-:2 3 Cfflfiffft 3 ff 7.-'Q fee 4 Robert Downey H12 vverexi ff? E.1"z, f9"v'K'f'I w,::r-wx wu1:IIII1c1II each Ivifierf Baseball I 2 3, 4 I3f:14Iif-IIIIII I, 3, 3, 4, Sovff- I, 2, 3, 4 '!1t'e-Prem ifrpt Sq IIQITEZJII' f'II1:::1 David Duggan 'WILD "'T'f,3 :f,',"I.:r. : :V my fzbgf- for 11:1yII1i11f1 fIoLL'f'f 2, 3, 4 P':.'I1f"rnf1II 1, ,I 3, 4 Iifugf-lm I, 2, 3, 4, Ir.'rf":. 'fff' ' 'I':f- .ff-I I'rfw:I1mI1 I5Ir1:1" Alice Dwyer G19-ut feeIxi:r.1 fx:1I1 :IIN .-I Fw: .,:wr1, WIIII' lemme: ,1?:I.s lllwy rwvf-r kmxw ' Srlerre fI1gkn I, I IPS-U-Sf-fx 4 LIIIIN Ulm I, 2 LIDTCYTV CINL I, 2, 3, 4 Iv'IIF'IF'fI CAIIIOIII I, 2, 3 4 TWIZ'G'TF5"ff'7 I Iv41rI,1rf+I flhfw 2 Vf1IIe- FPIIOCHI 2 3 G A A 2, fkvhrxffw f"I..Iv I, 2, Elrmxr PIc1y4 C'CTIC'E'TI Iohn Paul Eshbaugh "The CITQCIIGQIT fruths: me the :1r:zpIf-:'!: cm-I ::I are the Jrectefi men' CI1or11:: I, 3, 4 Pnrxfi 3, 4 'I'1c'Ic-ry Carp: f Conceri 3 Qrehezfrcx 3, 4 I.Ifmc1f1er I3vc1::k0IImI Team 4, Opereticx I Semcr FIc:y4,Ier1fO Sr-04 Icxmes Euchner "I-Ilfs :z1of,ie-:ty 11: Ig: c:1r11iIe Zzw III., ::1f'r11 ' FT. HUIIIIIYCU H S , ISJOOICIVHW-FerzI'1m13 'I'cXr1m 3, Newfpaper SIQII 3 VVI1I1N'1 CIIII: 3 Generleo-Eurail 4 OIC'I1EPl'IT'1 4 IMI-C5 firm 1 Semcr Play 4, I laine Greene "Nothing in the world is so contagious as good humor." G.A.A, 2, 4, Mixed chorus l, 2, 3, 4, lilinstrel Show 2, Operetta l, Senior Play 4, len-O4See 4, Library Club l, 2 :seph Griito "Ah, why should lite all labor be." Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, lntraiiiuralzz l, 2, 3 Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Minstrel Show 2, len-O-See 4. 'herescx Haley "To be iiierry best bc-ccnxies you." Latin Club l, 2 Science Cl'ib l, 2 Libary Club l, 2, 3, Vice-pre.:i.lenr 4 Secretary, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2 Treasurer 4, Art Club l, Operetta l lviirstzel Show 2' Cheer- loacler 2, 3, 4, lritiainu:'al.1 l, 2, 3, 4' Senior Play 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4' Valley Echoes 2, 3, Victory Corps 3, Debaie Cl.1l: 2 len-O-See 4. flary Hendrick 'lln hor lOYli.111O iz: the law oi lL1:1.lne:1:." GAA 2, Mixed Chorus 3 4 Minstrel Show 2, Latin Club l, 2' Library Club 2 3, 4 Valley Echoes 2, 3, Senior Play 4, len-O-See 4. Dorothy Kombciu "Great thouahts Colne lrczxi the heart." Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta l, Chorus l, G.A.A. l, Victory Corps 3, Senior Play 4, len-O-See 4. Vlury lane Lang "Her very lrowns are fairer tar than the smiles ol other maidens are." Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club lf Latin Club l, Science Club l, Chorus l, lntrainurals l, 2, 3, Cheerleader l, 2, 3 Secretary lunior Class, G.A.A. l, 2, Valley Echoes 2, lenAO-See 4, Senior Play 4. Esther Little "Patience and Gentleness are power." Intramurals l, 2, 3, Athletic Carnival l, 2, Chorus lg Defense Staiiip Salesman 3, 4, Senior Play 4, len-O-See 4. Ethel Marks "She leads a lite of inelodious days." Chorus l, Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, GAA. 2, Senior Play 4. t .vm ii , lftem Q im.. K t . Hx Y W Q. K., , . i ' l I i . i l i Q.. . iw 'iii X ,t t ,.3,g3tQx, AY Will r X .Q t Mary Miller 'The wlll To tio, the 10111 tra 'lcmrv' SCTETQCS Clpb l, 2 GA A ll, Lxrrlzry Club 2, 3, Vlfe-prefrlfierit 4 ll-ilI'1f'l C3llOlll:1 l, 2, 3, Ups-refiri . llfxisirel Slguw ll lwkfztf- Club CC'Y.I9,l 3 'Jc:lle',' i, 'EXOK .1 J, 3 FTf'r.:,wr Play lex.-O-See 4 Dcmcxld Mills l mm 7.32 'rt ffze .Sw ' mira zu-71 ' Yflli-1e'1fr1Cx,.fal,2 3, 4 l..rf:"fCl.,l1 l, 2, 3, vc1Ile'1' E:f.Ce-1: 2 Cl?-F?"'ilfLf tl Q'f1llf"l llrlloe-1: llgff--LQ: i .llitpfzii l l.4,r., it-'l ll, C,'onc'v 3, ,Q fy 4 Qpeff 4 Y f in fam- 4. Dapzglczs Hills ljlll L.: l, 2, 3 P :'l'f'E "l li, 3 4 fiwv-w-1 Z, 4- J ' '."l1 3 i-1 l, .l, 3, 4, flvrmwx lllrxy Robert Newton l1'E.eT1:f-' :li i',l A lflorxllw1vv1l1:4u CNILL' .2 3 3g'fH'f'if'. l l 'lll Club l, llf1:1vlw-1 Mfr 5 Fizfriefzixl l-Tri. 3, 4, Surfer Mar. Semir Flvy' 4, V: -'Q-fee 4 William Noble 'l3g3:1f:ilL1r.': lei 1, T1 1 mr.f:mc'Qrxr1nlc1l1vlp Chsrmi ., 2 l.4:::'Tre-l i3E1fw.' ll Vivlozy Carina I liircttlpgfcilf 3 4 FlOi"'s'r 3, 4 'llrrufk 3, Rilllkf? hull AAA? llfazt 3 597.121 Flfzy 4, loyce Partridge 'll cm ns? f1::::::i if ffwr.. 'ow lo: l llfrvf- :am yefvterrfry Crm l lsve tv My LLEPYCTY Club L, 2 3 4 L':l1rLC'I:llJ l, 2, Scfivru' Club l, G A A I l3:'r.i3 3, 4 QjTi'lll?2lllii! 2, 1 4, Semor Play 4 lerzeO-See 4 Esther Picket! He: VVIZ':':2 rife wctyrl Of rlflf1:'f::3lr1fx:::, rxml K1 he-r ,Ufiifbl ol peace Chains l, 2, 3, 4 'Ji sry fl97y.13 fl-Xrxlor lllcry 1 Ducme Rice 'There ll in lzrvvrle tif! llnzt an fmt rim-lf'-r " Fremll Club 2 fit' .rf:l: 2, Z, 4, EH-nil Play 4. Robert Rice "l om CI ploin blunt mon " Chorus l, 2, 3, French Club 2, Victory Corps 35 Minstrel Show 2. Helen Schirmer "Lei us love while lite ia: young." Chorus l, Cafeteria 4. George Shreve "Be silezl and sole, silence never betroye you." Minstrel Show 3. Chorus 2 Vivian Stewart "Today well liveil makes evezy yesterday ci clreciin of iiotiyfizzf-1:11 Art Club 3, Chorus 4, Stcznp Clioirmcfn 3, 45 Senior Ploy 4 len-O-See 4 William Ter:ell HSi11ipliui.y, not ccztiplexity, is tlze key nole of qref1lne.:.f ' l3C11:ko.bc'ill 3, 4, l2I1,'OlJf'1ll 3, 4 T.C1ClC 3, 4 Vir jinicx Trade. "l"ive ipiirifr-,l l liixve been live iiiiriuteu too loiv fill my lilo long " luitin Clulw l ll l?l'FTl.'ll Club Q 3 Senior Plny, i , N Q , , ' :ix . ., .., , IiL'..lt- Viillsvy lfilig'-.1 S Iwi-O-See 4 Library Club l, l3ftf'Alf3C "-'l Do olhy Vilade mln yoiitlz 11 .il lwewiiity :vigil vxinlotti iz: but rciimz " lnbrcxriy Club l, Chorus l, 2 3, 4 Qperettcx l, 2, 3, 4, Soc ol Claim: l, liiimitiiirnlzl 3, 4, Vic' tory Corp 3 Valley Echoes 3, Senior Play 4, GA A 4, Vice Preis ol Class 4 Coxtiincinclo 4. lean White "Hitch your VVFIQOH to cr storf Chorus l, Mociozine Ccxxiipoign 4. -is ,,,.-sv" WW' 4 ,.w"""'M I ALMA MATER 'Q Dorothy Whitney I "She may be short in stature, but not brains." Science Club lg Intramurals lg Library Club 2, 3, and President 4, Latin Club 25 Art Clu lg Chorus 2, 4, Victory Corps 3, len-O-See 4, Herbert Yates "I will sit down now but the time will corr when you will hear me." Soccer 3, 45 Latin Club lg Art Club 25 Valle Echoes 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Senior Play len-O-See 4, Valedictorian. Iumes Young "He plans to Work, while others work." Chorus l, 2, 3, Intramurals l, 2, Minstrel Show Genesee old to thee our praise We bring, To thee our hearts and minds will ever cling. Thy tarne ot other days, thy gifts so tree, Call us today, to sing our praise to thee. CHORUS Love and honor, Geneseo, Our high school old and grand, Proudly We shall ever hail thee Over all the land. Alma Mater now We praise thee, Sing joytully this lay. Love and honor, Genesee, F or ever and a day. 18 OUR BRAVES lack law: H Holcomb, H Cleveland, I Kelsey I M.-Lfvnuld S,Her1o1 Second Hom R Lmdlm-all ?Jw.'m' fl' Vice'Pnl, H Kmgalon, Treas' K Bohr-n Fin! Rowr B Senna B MfCm4qhey, M L Evenngham I Shrfrwoou Sec , The juniors halve been noted for their sgho- iustic abxhty but they know how to have fun too. Their annual lunior Prom held this spring proved that. The Iunior officers are Charles cl luv: S Pxlukl ?.4fCmm, R Sluxght A lcAm..7n 1. Hung nhaunx, A L' Ksavgwv suns nom 1. vrmnf L wma, M i'QQ1.,.y 5 Aim, H rf .Gm 'Pfam nw: rf .Am-f. M vp.-um ra zzpfmxx L Olunlv Newton, Presldent Barry Mgjiz dem, Ioyce Sherwood, Sucrnt 'zrw Kingsion, Trecmnmr, lvizrne G 111. Buck Bow: Sinn 2.114 1 .1." - Kyh- f M:,?lrmvh Second How V J from Row: M Lf.-il. 1 . - A T1 km 'H 1 I X lx zum .xxfz lifxfx r E l l oun TRAIL BLHADZEBS E l l l SOPHOMORE CLASS l luck low-imxnding. W. Roodenburq, B. Lowery, W Strcdley. F lves, R Rwchcxrdson, D Cnrperver, l Lenrcx, C Wnmln, Vice-l-'vw lil vw . Socmtury, T Bennett. Second Rav--Sealed, l Buchanan, B. Elam, P, H1llmun,Traasurer. L, Allronu, Presxdemk M M:Cun V Pad-iwk, ht, 1 Advisor. Yin! luv-Sound: B, Hsndnck, M. Eshbaugh. L. Bcxdmm, C. Cccnoy, S Donovan, , The sophomores have blozed new trails fm in the Bond Drxve? Their leaders are Prcsllic-m l - . 'All ' '-7 ' 'V-'11 , our .school this Yemi Typxcal Sophomore hm Lewxs ronlx, VICE lresdenl, Clarence fl g df . H . d nh , S , DG d song Secretary, Leonard Shrlmg, and Trensu:-wx Cm nvoly relgne G eu Fung nge' an Phyllis Hillman, dlrected by Miss Dorothy Ful Q what would we have done wlthout then' help ldge,-I their advise, ' l lack lovl-Slundmg H Whuncy I Rogqenbcum, L. Currie, S Perluns, H Holmes, Back new--S'c'mL'l:nq H luzlzamv I All-m:-llw I f' , A h fx QP Hmlor. Saeend ev-D, Mdfluzg, F Shura, R Webb, V, Hurgcihez, E Nnclwls. D Rxchurdson Second Row -H ixlm P liwhlv A Low hon! lov-P. Chichulnr, B Taber, F Hcllon Front Haw-ll Puzzrxlee, T l.1cKl:1vL-y, Ll Hum v OUR PHTHFINDERS Our 'Pmhhnders' have truly made pemmnem place lor themselves in hlqh school his Then hrs! weeks Lnmnxted them mto the tribe as lull-fledged mem- bers Then offxcers are Presxdent, Charles l-ficblnxxmlfxra Vxce Presxdent, Pmrlcxu Cos, tello, Secretary, Putnam Chlchester, Tram' urer, Faith Holton, advised by Mr Carl Host They pumcipcted in the Bond DYIVV' Bn Ir How fl' l -fl 1 : 7 ilfv- l-, W Kzwmf-n 4' l'.1fl'Qrxnvvn, Ffemdaniq T Frame: second Row il-1 wi M lil" f'lf1 . Af1v1.,Qr F Cwsiello Vvtff-Pwmdenl lv Ful1Row Samui li 'l.7l'xn'5 ra rllmghx nmy lug 111,54 11 ll Nw l--1 A I llr-s P llwhfari-vw A hlxllnr R Brmn F! SL-mars C B-rll M Kvvh, A Clow-lxnl VN 0t:rQ'f-11 ' P-' I Second Row TU-nw i , J'fww-'vlll-- YI Nlrifklynxfmu I C.xrp'm'e' :S N'orel1L,M Bellnnco v W flsllm, Lf C',Zl'1::wwn M lfmq M P-1C'Jru,U Srrflh l 1 X W Graham C Fell Lg Helm. Front Row OU The mghth qmde Pnpcoscs me now on thu kmlmzod true! VVhlL'E1 le-udp: to many emcycxble lush Qchool days. The trail is lonq und '.x'mdmq with many "ups and downs , but 12 xs 11 trcul io succcssrw cmd lxupptxnefas We 1001 1-uw that tim ezqhlh QIkGdL'I:L w1il -Jcvcpt time cmziicrzqo before Hmm cmd wxll lvovf- L3 Ei S xmth Iiu- :mine plcnfiilrat lIlL'HIUIXE'LT dlid SFU!!! 11120 ffxlilllflg UT Vv'l:', R PBPOOSES .- me class of -14, icke vmi. nw Buck Raw ,' 1.:'2g:.s: .-'x A x xx Ysdng Y.-,P F EIGHTH GRADE BUCK How I"-1 1.r.' ' A1 ,M I Ex VII' ' Y-',r 1 5 v', L .r - Vhsmxwu N lImn',' V 3.1 5.. V . . K1 Ei MQ. ' I 7, Front Row in K Q Im: . If ll lkxflkiv-5' A Ir., . :may 5 r Se :J from Row mud Row S--cond How Aw 23 OUR LITTLE PHPOOSES Qur "little Papoosesu, the youngest members ot our resere st time as members ot the seventh vation, were here for the fir grade. This is our tirst acquaintance With them, and as we leave G. H. S. ' ' , we extend our best Wishes to this group ot newcomers. Btzfk Row: fl Butzevr, F Least, I Costello, Mimzs Hamer, G Mau P Q'ivertfet, ll We-lfh It K--I 1-y, N Nrvuroitor. Second Row: M Perovifrh, N, Milliman, T Parker, Cf K1nfi,:tr fi l"f-llriitfa, I McCarthy, R Mclieown First Row: M A Stewart, tf liwyer, N Sywezztfirio A V1t'l:f"r.1, fl GTIIIO, I7 Newton, I Nirfholpl ill ack Row: A fivlitttta, I Gattlnnr, I Ilrovcn, fl Hyatt, H 'l'olttix I, I I 'A T lf 1 ' l' It ' I tt'-tl Second ROW: Mrzx lvlrtitll, C' Tetra'-ll lt fyifirfizit-' t Q' :rg - 'I ll ' Iftttgt-11, It Bfitttmlm, C Rattftttlizt First Row: H lftmlzv W I 1 ' F1-' l E41 I' tl ltfmv-, N Mottello 24 PROPHETIC LORE Blaise Buffamante's latest play has just' hit Broadway. It stars Alice Dwyer and Bill Carr the team that scored such a success in "The Double Life of Little Abner", also written by Mr. Buffamante. Vivian Stewart is flying rare orchids to Mary Hendrick's coming out party. Miss Hendrick came out several years ago but public opinion forced her back in again. Donald Mills, the second Frank Sinatra, found it necessary to have a police escort to his home the other night because of a stampede of girls wanting to get his autograph. We see by the papers that Mary jane Lang has divorced her fifth husband. Mary Boulle has started on her second con- cert tour with her accompanist, Ginny Trader. Miss Boulle's concerts are slightly hampered by the fact that the only thing Ginny can play is "Chop-Sticks." Bill Noble, Bob Newton, and Duane Rice have formed a trio and are now singing before the crowned heads of Europe. Much to our surprise George Shreve and Iimrny Young have achieved no small success as ballet dancers. When interviewed the boys confessed this has always been their secret ambition. Iimmy Euchner has become a hermit and is now living in the Adirondacks on nuts and ber- ries. Mr. Euchner, when interviewed, said, "I am a man who has been warped by life." Dorothy Whitney, famed traveling sales- woman, has just returned from the Sahara Desert where she was selling copies of Dotty Kornbau's latest book, "Gardening at Sea." Iohn Paul Eshbaugh and Robert Rice have just invented a new machine for smashing the atom, but unfortunately the boys have taxed themselves so greatly they have retired to jean Brown's home for the mentally exhausted. lean White is taking Little Flossie's place with Max Rainey and his Hi Boys. Ethel Marks and Esther Little are managers of the Flowerville Dine and Dance Hotel. William Terrell is manager of the Dandy Tri- cycle Company. Rosemary Carpenter is now touring the country with her trained fleas. The eminent surrealist painter, Herbert Yates, has just sold his latest picture, "The Left Ear of a Flea," for Sl9,000. Bill Brown, noted lecturer and traveler, from our last reports, has been stranded on a remote island inhabited only by women. just what Mr. Brown was doing on this island and how he came to be there is not disclosed. Ioyce Partridge has been elected the taxicab driver's pin up girl for 1954. Robert Downey, well known playboy, has been confined to his penthouse for a few days because of minor bruises sustained when Mr. Downey tripped over a pretzel on his way home the other night. Theresa Haley and Elaine Greene have re- cently left for Alaska to pan gold. Doris Carey has become a lady life-guard. lean Champ is now proprietor of the famed Stork Club. She has hired Doug Mills to select the chorus girls. Charles Battaglia has at last realized his greatest ambitiong he is part owner of a bur- lesque theater. He is ably assisted by Dave Duggan, costume designer, and Ioe Griffo, dance director. Helen Schirmer has started a nursery school in Cuylerville. Yolanda Chiara is a dancer in Earl Carrol's Review. Esther Pickett is the chief contributor to the Metropolitan Art Gallery. "Flame" Beam has recently been signed by Barnum and Bailey as their Star Trapeze per- former. She is the second member of the G. H. S. to be so honored. Dotty Wade has already won acclaim with her trained lions. Mary Miller is now on Broadway playing "Adie's" roll in Mrs. Miniver. 1 l OUR TRIBUTE Our thanks to Miss Mary Quirk for the many hours which she gave so unsellishly to prepare us for graduation, for her friendly guidance and companionship, and for her help in plan- ning and carrying out the activities which made our years in high school so enjoyable. May she remember us as long and with as much affection as We will remember her. 26 ff -if 1 SX f 2 F5 ii , k r , x A X 1 Gr f 7 ' 5 ly nn' fri! hp,l'I1i x35"'f ' 1 sg-Q "' ' , 'IW , I H ,' 1' X ' pg 11 t I '- f' 'I X w 1. GJ, R ' .5 we A 'W far T M 1 ff W5 Ak xx I ' - I . 13" Ai I mzlg' E E K OUR In 1930 the lirst len-O-See was published. Now the class of 1944, proudly presents the fourteenth edition. Inspired by tradition and by a desire to pre- serve paramount events, the statt has endeav- ored to make this annual a "memory book". Our len-O-See boasts of not only a cover novel in color and design but also an artistic presen- tation ot our lndian theme so ably executed by Vivian Stewart and Herbert Yates. We certainly hope that the student body as well as our classmates find pleasurable memo! ries and a living record in these pages. Standing: M. Miller, I. Euchner, M, Hendricks, R. Carpenter, M. I Lang, I, Grilio. Seated: W. Brown, l-l, Yates, D. Wade, l Partridge Donald Mills, lean Champ, Mrs. Congdon. V. Stewart, TEN - O - SEE STAPF - 1943 - 44 Co-editors' Donald Mills, lean Champ, Business Managers: Robert Newton, lohn Paul Eshbaugh, Ad- vertising Managers' Elaine Greene, Barbara Beam, Alice Dwyer, Theresa Haley: Literary Editors: lames Euch- ner, Mary Miller, loyce Partridge, Mary Hendrick, Art Editorsi Vivian Stewart, Rosemary Carpenter, Her- bert Yates, Secretarial Staff: Virginia Trader, Dorothy Kornbau, Mary Roulle, Dorothy Whitney, Yolanda Chiara, Sports Editors: Dorothy Wade, William Brown, loseph Griffo, Mary I, Lang, Circulation Managers: Doris Carey, Esther Little. Standing: R. Newton, I. P. Eshbaugh, D. Carey, E. Little, D. Kornbau, M. Boulle, Y. Chiara, Seated: V. Trader, E, Greene, A. Dwyer, B, Beam, T. Haley. 28 PUBLICATIONS VALLEY ECHOES For the first time in two years our Valley Echoes was presented in mimeograph form. Under the capable guidance of the advisor and the ambitious staff members, the Valley Echoes once again went to press at G. H. S. The midf niaht oil burned late, but a fine school paper was the result. Standing: S. Hector, B Slaiaht, B. Snyder, S. Donovan, A. lohnson, l. Sfinrwood, C Newton, E. Richardson, M. Kyle. Seat ed: C- BG-ll, Iacqueline Kelsey Miss Dorothy Fullaqar, B- Mflf'CflWlllY- Harriet Ffolcomb Standing: L. Clark, P Boulle, l-l. Kingston, F. lves. Seated: S. Pilato, M. Pecora, B Servis, M L. Everingham, I. McDonald, L. Badami, S. Donovan, M. Cooney. 29 STAFF - 1943 - 44 Eight editions of the Valley Echoes appeared under the untiring efforts of the staff: Co-editors, lackie Kelsey and Harriet Holcomb, Business Man- ager, Charles Newton, Advertising Manager, Betty Slaiqht, News Edi- tors, Sanford Rector, loyce Sher- wood, Betty McCauahey, Alice lohn- son, Mary Agnes Kyle, Feature Edi- tors, Sally Pilato, Margaret Pecora, Luella Clark, Charles Bell, Sports Editors, lack McDonald and loyce Sherwood, Art Editors, Mary Lou Everingham, Lucille Badami, Fai lves, Shirley Donovan, Reporters, Mary Cooney, Betty Snyder, Pat Boulle, Barbara Kear, Patricia Cos- tello, Helen Pat Kingston, and Bar- bara Servis, Typists, Sally Pilato, Ethel Richardson, Helen Parmelee, and Phyllis Kornbau, Advisor, Miss Fullagar. pn! 1 TU THE TUNE H.gr..1g::11 ,IZ tm' mu-.nf.x Salim. 11 fi Ii S win, QL 'IILWII I' 'IW 1' xii.: XMI A Ami: e-N49 lack row. lo!! to tight: Y Chime, S Maxell: I. CHORAL Bcdcn'n1,H Klngs1on,W Bzownl Euchner E Clymom, I. Partridge. Third row: I. Sher-Qfood B ' Buifcxmcmie, S. Rector, K Wcuner, Mrs Hcmlieb' K' BQ1wn,E,Dunn.R.H01cQmb,1 Kelsey. sewna rim W Olmsieud, I. Gnifo, R, Laidlaw, C. Watson D Beam, C. Ball, I Eshbcuqh. Front. kneeling: C. Bell, R Brion. CHORUS lack low-R. Laidlaw, M. Hen drick, M, Miller, H, Kingston, W. Grchcnn, L. Clark, A. Lowe. Ste- ond low-D. Smith, M. Pocorc L. Badami, B. Hendrick, B. Lang, I. Chamga, A, Dwyer, B. Parry, T Haley. . Greene Fin! Row-L Smling, V. Stewcm, E, McC1y- mom. R Webb, D. Whitney, S. Morello, M. Pooom. I. Sherwood, C. Watson A HW -A1 Mrs Ieauene Harman Huck tow. srornamg E Rnchcrdson, L B Lowery, R Newton, W Noble. sealed. S Pxlalo D Wade- B Snr' hoon L Ailromi nn TOM-TOMS .,, ..I,.' . .. .W ,. -:xt m lt.-an r -A 17111-utr.: .ve I 1 KH IU lk- "' Q -M Q ...K mi qmdumgw SPEAKING C Newton, P Kombcu, H Parzue-lev:,I Lennox I McDonald, D. Carey, B Beam, M Lcmg S DANCERS M. L Evermghum, I. Nic' Donald, EI. Greene. C Newton, ORCHESTRA Back Row . .1 1 : Y Xklxrnv: fl 2 x. z iirowr. Third Row . in :. fl 111 3-NJ. I E . f . 1 nc E. f.f1:Q2g :'. :' 1, E? . 1' ., 22.15 1, Second Row- YV: ..:.: M11 ifcrtpvlz H li.-.K 1 If l..x.?.:x'.-J .. zirfinl Q' fin-Rf Kwiasvy' Y ft.1g1,:31.1 I fkufxf. Lf. W 0111.53--.:f1. F JKT! M ?Sw.LIu Front Rowmgemted I-1 Kyifq 'I' ii.z.xA: M H,.q2.ef:1, W Gramm: Cuzfxmy C I'x1:'kL-1' Spcxatz. CHORUS T B:,n111,i Eshbuuqh. M Boulie, P Bcui!-e, I Brown. E. Pxckelt, D Mxiis, B. Simfght, P Costello, M Beilcncu, D McC!urg, A Johnson, M Cooney. I Black, M. L Ever- mghcxm, B Mcfouqhy, L. Orlan- do, M. Eshbcrugh, S Donavon, Y. Share, M. Lung N Slcright, D, Wade, C Bell A LIBRARY CLUB 'Back row. loft to right: S. Pilato, D. Carey, I, Champ, M. Keith, I Black, L. Roggenbaurn, M. Boutle, M. Hendrick, A. Iolinson, H, Kingston, I. Brown, P. Hillman, B, Beam, M, Hughes Second row: M Rolfe, V. Paddock, E. Richardson, I. Partridge, D. Kornbau, R. Spas-th, A Dwyer, G Sanford, B Hen- drick, I. Allen, I. Toland, C. Stapley, M. Culberston. Third row: F. Holton, P. Kornbaii, S Donavon, B. Lang, Y. Chiara, V. Trader, M. Lang, T. Haley, M, Miller, D. Whitney, Miss Quxrlc, P. Beatle, D Mills, Front row: I. Roggenbaum, F. Shara, R. Webb, V, Hargather, M Eshbaugli, P Chirtieszer, E Taber, A Meyers, M Everingham, B. McCcrughy. PUBLIC SPEAKING OUR CLUBS Almost everyone in G H. S. belongs to a club, and tlie Library Club attracts many. Here we have learned library ethics and techniques. Future chemists gravatate to the Sci ence Club where the 'Einsteinsfto-be'A work oft most of their surplus energy. Every senior nas an interest in public speake ing, especially'the ten finalists et the public speaking contest I I I ,A..- W .-.N-,,4,. ,. W W i na??fZ?az'ef." r-M .- llt row: R. Newton, H. Yates, I Euchner, B. Buttamcrnte, W. Carr h Znd row: D, Whitney, E. Greene. T. Haley Absent: M. Miller, D. 1Wade, SCIENCE CLUB E. McClymont, M, Pecora, L. At- tronti, A. Cleveland, R. Schutts, P. Ouenet, W. Olmsted, Mr. Doty, R. Richmond, M. Pecora, M. Keith, C. Bell. 32 ...,. ,, -- W-Q' --f ue - -' ' " 'L ' " vi vm v oun VICTORY COUNCILS 1 I L Q C 3 1 r P x Q norm COLONELS wmlx Mn. Pzrzaa Standing: A, Schutts, B Slciqht, P Costello, E Gfeene, I Black Scand: Mr. Fetzer, I, Champ, B, Lowery, JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL BOND DRIVE CHAIRMEN Mrs, COMMANDOS Back row: H, Holcomb N. Slcxighl, D Srmth, R Rnchmond, M, Pecoru, A Schutts, D RiChC1I'iiSO D Carey, S Reclog Servis, M Bellcxncn. R ii Chic1rc,C Parker Seat- ed: P Marks, V, Badcmx V. Paddock, 'I' Haley, A Dwyer, D, Wade, B Beam, nchulfs, A Jzckorsz Sealed: C A Chmrzrtcn, M155 Quirk 33 x H Q B Q 1 1 Brighton A Iohmorz M Lznsnert He-v Laxman Fzunff .1::- 'J 1 I F Y ' OUR PLAY THURSDAY NIGHT CAST Standing: E, Marks Ulennyn, l, Euchner "Clem", E Little "Tommy 5 H Yates 'lohnnyf l N Prawn 'Vin 'g W liable, air raid warden, W. Carr 'Toby Seated: I Charity Ml'-AYP lffixiver , M, Henoricks l'Lady Burlish, I, Partridge "lucly'g M, Miller lAaie , A. Dwyer 'Helen . Mr: l-lalmey, Miss Quirk The loig night had come. All the long days and nights spent in rehearsal were in the past. Each and every character in our play was ready to portray his part with selling perlection, Above the noise and rustle ol the in- coming audience, rose the orchestral strains to Beethovens Filth Symphony. Throughout the auditorium the music flowed with all its tremendous power, with all its harmonizing beauty-lor the audience, But, backstage? Well! Excite- ment and nerve-tingling anticipation were sky-high. Each one was asking the other, MRS. MINIVER FRIDAY NIGHT CAST Standing: P Mills lcleiit ,' Ft. Newton "Vin": D Rice 'lIolinny", I. Eslibaugli 'iToby", I7 Wade "Helen W Noble air raid warden. Seated: I Champ "Mrs Miniverug E Greene "Lady Btlillillllj P Carey "Iudy", V. Stewart "Adie", E. Little "Tomiiiy", T. Haley 'lSusan", "Are you scaredw "Obi no," came tlie unsteady reply, "just a little nervous." ls tliis unusual backstage? You can bet tliat torty cents you spent to see us, tliat it isnt lt takes many rehearsals, and tlie teamwork of a well drilled cast, and tlie precision-performance ot a topetliglit stage crew to make a play sucli as ours a success. Tlie casts ot HMRS. MINIVERU express tlie deepest tlianks to Mrs. Priscilla K. Hal- sey tor her patient and understanding dis rection in making our play successful. STAGE CREW Back Row: M Boulle, E. Little, H. Kingston, D. Rice R Newton, Miss Quirk. Second Row: W. Noble, D Mills, Mrs. Halsey, R. Laidlaw, S. Rector, M I Lang First Row: I. Eshbaugh, B. Beam, D. Whitney. 'iw MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN Our magazine cam- paign was conducted so energetically that we went over our quota. Donald Mills was General Chair- man ot the drive. We l had two teams, the Army and the Navy, led by lean Champ and Charles Battag- lia. Each fought furi- ously tor the top score. The Navywon. Awarded the Army donkey and the Navy mule tor highest sell- ing scores were Bar- bara Beam and lean Wliite. FROSH TORTURES Old Indian tortures were parlor games compared with the tiendish ideas conceived by the seniors tor initiation. The trosh really ran the gauntlet. We will always remember Charlie lim's rendition of "MacNamara's Band," and how could we forget our best sports, Patty Costello and Billy Gillan. The irosh proved themselves true braves and earned their place around the G. H. S. council fire. 36 !-'M U Q ' xlf.,, x i fivma Q 1 .. M ALL OUT FOR "This is the yeotr for the chorripiori ship" reverberoted throughout the holls ot G. H. S, Our veteroris, Bolo Downey, Doug Mills, Bill Corr, Dove Duggori ond Bill Brown dll turried out with lighting de- termihotiori. Borry Millirriori, lock McDoh old ond Bill Terrell lett their I. V. uriitormrs to join the varsity rohk with the top tive. But the hopes of thot long dwoited chom oioriship diminished wheri the linol whis' tle blew ot Doriszville, ond Woylohd, orid Mt. Morris. The lunior Vorsity revealed surprifzirio skill ond teriocity iri the elevert QOIUQSS they ployed. Under the guidorice ot Cooch McGill cmd with the oiole dsvistorice of the itidhogers, Bolo Newton and Iolm lliwli hdugh, the ficghtihd power amd ettective strategy TI'lf3Ylll6'Fl9Cl by our boys wore de veloped. A 'JiV?1cious, well trdirted cheer CDorold W Co N Te ell Vv D Duggan, E Downey, B llfl1ll!TY.f1Tt,ll lvllllri BASKETBALL lecwdmq group supgiorted our teams to victory wllll lmlrvxlel Cl T-l2fAflVl, Yea Blue! Yea Vfliitel, G-E-NfEASfEvO, Fiqh' Flullll Sucre.: VARSITY GAMES l ivozzm 30 XZ'uyl.md l S lftxztd tl SF llivormlux 41 Xl'Cf'lI fl lTwrf:'.'ill:- F7 York 2 L Ll? lvleifls 4w Wmylmzid 29 Umsvllle '23 lull lfsrrl 1 '14 ltllfdt-I All 0 , flxex Li Gel G C -af - V fx. we Ge Ce Ge Ge G3 Ge Ge Ge an X... an ee GC GC GO be CC G3 on QSO an ee Q1 L-- afw ex. SO Standing: E McClymc:1t, T. Haley, I Kelsey B. Parry Seated: M L Efverir1ghr1::1,l Sher- vxoei, C Wcxtzlort, lvl Pe:c:'c, L Orllmtlo Back How: K l.'.'P1r:1e:1 T Bondi, R Scllutts, W Kingston, Front Row: L Stirling, D. McClurg, C Newton, W. Gr'-Jlltlxu, L Affronti, .BQYS , p eg-'E E D, Rico, I. Grlilo, P. Richardson, L. Buchanan, C. McNamara X .. f. ws. : Wm. , A T. The boys' intramurals included a variety of sports this year. ln ping-pong, Walter Dunn, Duane Rice, and Dick Cahoon .were cham- pions. The Navy basketball tearn conquered Army and the Coast Guard in a play oft schedule. Seven boys participated in the county L bowling tournament. Varsity track events starred Doug Mills, high jumpg Bill Noble, shot putg Irving Buchanan and Warren Stradley, pole vaultg Walter Dunn, broadiurnpg Keene Bolton, 440 yds.g Iohn Rooden- burg. 880 yds. f I ' t PING PONG ' 1 , . l ' V R. Cahoon, W. Dunn, Rice l ' Boys' aowuna y Bovs rxacx I l r . V" 5 .. . at Sw-12, ggi E 2 , .5 ig fm . . f ? R33 n ., g gf' of Boys' max r i.wift.SQ5f '1fre . I -' r i Av g Douglas Mills 5 -Q f 4 f.,....e. 't'.. ' an Y! y ,qi J ' xi A Nxegww .,k,.k,6?,., , M A My a z airy: ' .A W K 'YYY' WHATS gfli4,LifY.l. rn I X W Noble A Coach McGill Back Howmll. Newton, C Newtor Warner Front Row - T Bondi Stirling . GIRLS' ATHLETIC Standing-D Wade, M. Hughes, H B. Lowery, 5 Holcomb, I. Allen, Black, E. Greene. T. Haley. Second Row--L, Baclami, M Blanco, A. Iohn' Chichester. B. son, B Beam, P. Slaxght. First Row-M. L Evering- ham, D. Smith, M. Pecora, I. Sher- wood, M. Pecora, Y. Chiara, ICSC The Girls' Athletic Association and the girls' intraznurals programs rxis year have been extensive under the direction of Miss Benestad. Jur G. A. A. has-a well fronted constitution, works towards better chool Spirit cmd .towards the promotion of athletics. Basketball, mod- rn dancing, soccer, softball and track have occupied the interest of he girls during the year. . GIRLS' SOCCER tending-D. Wade, M- BOHUO. . Slaight, M. E. Cooney. I. .1len, E. Pickett, L. Clark. Si!- nq-M. Pecora, D. Carey, H ' . Kingston, M, A. KYIO. A ahnson. S. Morollo. . .MODERN DANCE im GIRLS' BASKETB Standing-P. Costello, T. Haley. E Greene. D Cm-ey. Sitting--D. Wade, M L. Everingham, M Pocora, AY Chiara GIRLS' TRACK -, M. Pecora, Miss Benestad, B. Lang R Spaetti. H. Schirmer, L. Orlando, E Pickett H Kingston, M Kyle ASSOCIATION M A. Kyle, C. Cooney, F. lves, B Parry, P. Costello, M. E CooneyQ L H. P. Kingston, D Carey, S, Pzlato B Service A Myers, B McCa'ughey GIRLS ARCHZERY Orlando, Miss Bene-stad, N. Slaight. P Boulle, I Kelsey, '12, McC1ymont. L Orlando, M Pacora Miss Bcnastad SOCCER and BASEBALL SOCCER Back Row-Coafli ltfrflill J Grit-lo, D Dimaan, H llcwrirgy D Mills, B Millitziari, It Beam Row-H Yatcf, Dunn, I M-:Don This year the soccer team enjoyed a rnost successful season. The team won fourgames and lost only two. As a reward the Livingston County Championship was ours. At the sectionals in Rochester, G. H. S. led almost all the way but was beaten by Ben Franklin by only one goal. A ten'to eight score was the outcome. Nevertheless the team broke the record by scoring 44 points in all games. In baseball seasonal recruits took their places-Bob Downey, Bill Carr, Dave'Duggan, Bill Brown, lack McDonald, Hal Whitney, Ioe Grille, Bill Ferrell, Leonard Stirling. Notably absent was lack Barry who is, with the armed forces. ,The boys' were proud of their new uniforms and played with the unusual zest and enthusiasm. ' H. 'Whitney li I-fcwfot: Soc- ond Row-W Nei-in T Erich ner, B Bullatnanto C Ba"'1 lla, W Carr VY B n f Newton, W G al a Front R Shut B nrian BASEBALL Back How -- R, Newton, H, Whitney, I, Gritlo, K. Bolton, Coach McGill, W, Carr, R. Downey, 1. Eshbaugh. Second Row-C. Cleveland, D. Rich- ardson, D. Carpenter, R. Shutts, C Newton, W. Dunn, W. Brown. Front Row-C. Bell, R. Richmond, L. Stirling, W, Gra- ham, T Frazer, I. McDonald, E. Dunn. Bennett, I. McNtncli, A Cleve- land, H Pecora Pnncricnr. Anrs M HOME ECONOMICS CAFETERIA. M. Vosburg, L. Clarke, H, Schirmer E. Marks, G. Sanford, V. Paddock, Mrs Brown M. Culbertson, Mrs Brighton D Marks, D Whitney The practical arts, Shop and Hornemaking, have gained new importance this year. Courses in general electricity, general shop and mechanical draw- ing were offered to the boys. For the second year Mr. Rosts classes have made materials for the lunior Red Cross making lamps, ash trays and tables The girls were offered courses in Sewing, cooking and interior decorating. As in other years certain girls have been chosen to work in the cafeteria un- der the supervision of Mrs. Brown. The girls in the home economic depart- ment have been making utility bags for the Iunior Red Cross as their part in the War effort. SHOP Richardson, Mr. Rest, T i N N , , r 44 WITH GRATITUDE WE PRESENT OUR PATRONS D. Sayre Beam Fred Baker Thomas Slaighf Charles Auslin Fred Hollis Rev. Laman H. Bruner J. Hunfer Black Rev. Joseph Sunrer Rev. Sanderson A Friend Frederick B. Holcomb Dr. Roberf A. Greene George Thompson Sfonewald Frui+ Farm Ira S. Wilson Chesler B. Rice David Duggan Dr. J. C. Parlridge John Downey John Hughes Ellen Ford George Clancy Vangalio's Groceleria Elmer Vienna Geneseo Beaufy Shop Angelo Spezzano Minnie Sfinson Daniel Chiara Tony Aprile W. H. 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