Gilbertsville Central High School - Valley Memoirs Yearbook (Gilbertsville, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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A We, .N - CLASS HISTORY Freshmen In September in the year 1946 47 our Freshmen Class filed into school knowing that at last we were in our first year of Senior High School Two new members Joined our class They were Mary Teed and Richard Swift This new addition raised our class total to ten members Our class officers were President Sumner Blrdsall Vice President Ethel Williams Secretary Laura Burk Treasurer Mary Teed Class Adviser Mr Alexander On March l, we sponsored the movie, To Each His Own Sophomore At the beginning of the Sophomore year our class number was reduced to eight Later we lost one which then left us seven During that year our class sponsored a movie, a roller skating party and a bake sale The profits from these activities helped add to the class treasury The class officers for that year were President Doris Birdsall Vice President Mary Teed Secretary Lenora Christian Treasurer Ethel Williams In June, along with the Freshmen and Juniors presented one of the three one act plays 'Straw in Her Hair' Junior When our Junior year rolled around our class then was composed of five girls and three boys The class officers were President Doris Blrdsall Vice President Ethel fwilllamsl Macumber Secretary and Treasurer Mary Teed Class Advisers Mrs Harris and Mr Guzewich Doris Birdsall and Ethel Macumber were elected t represent our class in the Student Council Sumner Blrdsall again rejoined the class after last year's absence In that year we sponsored a bake sale pancake supper a spaghetti supper sold Christmas wreaths, sweet cider and Halloween masks These proved to b very profitable After Christmas vacation we received our long awaited class rings We also presented the one act play, 'According Doyle' with the Freshmen and Sophomores " 9 I1 N. Class Advisers - Mrs. Harris and Mr. Tarbell 1 W9 ' 1 o , , 8 . I I . e ' - to Wilma Breslin Betty Porter Pauline Stensland Virginia Lilley Billy Bedlent Don McMullen Elmer Miller Bubby Rowe Clinton Hall Doris Blankley Celeste Winnie Janet Wilbur Laura Winton Bernadette O'Pearon Miss Richardson Mrs Harris Mr Curtis Souders Mrs Shaw Hughes German Tarbell Mr Lasky Miss Manonl Mr Seaman the Sophomores the Freshmen the School CLASS WILL Laura leaves her soft step and gentle voice Doris leaves her love for classical music Mary leaves her ability t get her man Ethel wills her ability et a man Stuart leaves his ability to wait until the Senior Year to find jpg girl Lloyd leaves his amorous ways Dick leaves his voice so that he can make himself heard Dick leaves his ability to get along with the opposite sex Stuart leaves his ability to keep his mind on schoolwork and not the girls Ethel leaves her Jo in e cafeteria with all its rights and privileges Laura wills her ability to go outof town to get her man Doris leaves her womanly technique for use on the Senior Trip Lloyd wills his ability for making wise cracks Mary leaves her gift of gab We will the ability to get along with younger people leave another group cooperative senior girls to take on the trip We leave a class that will not sit leave class t at will appreciate his jokes We leave s class that will get to class on time every day We leave our sense of humor We leave a fresh air laboratory many miles from Gilbertsvllle We leave class that is more cooperative where music concerned We leave a full class for a week We leave a study hall that she can keep as quiet as she would like it We leave a class that comes school once in a while We leave our ability to get along as a group We will our success in high school We leave - . Q - ' to g - ' b th . - We ' of . on the desks in the homeroom. Mr. - We a h Mr. - . . Mr. - Mr. - a . 0 is . - is CLASS PROPHECY Looking into the future we see the Class of 1950 as follows Mary Margaret Teeg Mary, a medical stenographer is working at a naval base in Hawaii where her fiance is stationed They are planning on a fall wedding back in the states KToo many grass skirts I Richard Charles Swgit Dick is getting established in the used car business here in Gllbertsvllle As you all know he started back in his Senior Year when he bought his first hunk of junk a '37 Ford couoe Laura Verlba Burk Laura is busy making a happy home for Johnny and lately has been quite active in the Ladies Aid Society Stuart Wglbur Lobdgll Stuart has invented a new tractor that plows, drags and plants at the same time by the use of Atomic Energy ls one of the greatest inventors with Vleanor as his inspiration Ethel Kgttig Macumbgr Ethel has finally made her talent known and can be Lloyd Leslie Eldgrkin Lloyd is selling farm supplies for International Harvester ln the days and frequently going to Oneonta at night Dorgs Alice Blrdsall We can see Doris on a magnificent stage in the costume of a clearing woman leanirg on the handle of her broom As she looks into the vast sea of eroty seats, she still hopes to be in the New York Symphony After considering the outstanding achievements of the Class of '50 what else could be erpected .HS heard every morning over WDOS croonlng hillbilly songs. CLASS POEM The verses here will be our cheer And to all of us so ver' dear Though this 1sn't very nifty It stands for the good old Class o Lloyd s quite the glamour guy, And seems to make the girls all sigh when to Cel1a's he wants to go He never finds the gas tank low Laura's got her guy, I m told She won him with her eyes so bold To be a housewife is her aim If John will only play the game Ethel Macumber, She's just Already she has with Donny petite and sweet, the girl you'd like to meet settled down in her old home town What he's to do next is hard to tell He's quiet yet so full of zing When out with his girl Eleanor King Now here comes our blue eyed lass, Miss Mary Teed of the '50 Class To Eugene she has lost her heart And by the looks she has a pretty good start You always know when Dior s around, He s always there with some queer sound, To find a girl he has tried, Who will finally be his pride? Next comes Doris, she's quite a girl Because sFe'e always in a whirl She took a fancy to the west, But wherever Ted is thst's the best And now at the end of our school days here, We look to the future, not very clear But we'll always look back to our number seven, And think of it as our private heaven I 1 . - 1 , f '50 I I 1 1 ' I - 0 I I ' 1 You all know Stuart Lobdell, I I I , . I I I I I . I ' 1 , . I SENIOR TRIP After planning for manv weeks, the Gilbertsville Senior Class decid ed to go to New York City and then on to Washington D C for their Easter trip At 7 15 A M we seven seniors and two chaoerones, Mrs Harris and Seaman, left Gllbertsvllle for Oneonta where we boarded a Greyhound bus to New York Upon arriving in New York, we took a cab to the King Edward Hotel where we had our reservations After we had unpacked, we had dinner ln the Automat Then went by subway to the Empire State Building On our way back to the hotel we stopped in Columbus Circle and heard the bell ringer ring the bells at 6 OO P M From there we went to see the movie Cinderella' Broadway We got up early Sunday morning and ate breakfast at Hector's Broadway We then attended church services at the Marble Collegiate Church After this we took a bus back to 46th street and walked in the Easter Parade to Central Park, where we ate dinner After this we walk ed through the park to the Planetarium and saw the show there W then took a subway back to the hotel and went to Radio City Music Hall and saw 'The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady', the Rockettes , and also the East er show After the show we went to the Waldorf Cafeteria for supper Early Monday morning we walked to the pier at 42nd street, from than we took a three hour sightseeing the tour we took a cab to pier The girls were given a guided member of the crew That night Barnum and Bailey, three ringed Tuesday the girls and Mrs tour around Manhattan Island After 26 and went over a Canadian flattop tour around the ship 'Magnificent' by we attended the Ringling Brothers', circus at Madison Square Garden Harris went shopping at uG1mbels' and Saks Mary, Doris and Ethel got separated from the crowd and when they finally got back to the hotel they found Mrs Harris and Laura waiting, but they slipped quietly into Doris' room and telephoned that they were lost down at Saks and couldn't get back You should have seen the expression on Mrs Harris' face when the girls peeked in the door That afternoon after everyone had calmed down, we went on a tour around Radio City It started to rain so everyone went back to the hotel to rest That night we saw 'Howdy Mr Ice of 1950 ' We arose bright and early Wednesday morning with the dreadful thought of leaving New York Nevertheless, we left at 8 55 A M for Philadelphia We arrived in Phlladdphla at noon We then went by subway Publishing Company We then went to the Mint but lt was closed left Phlladelphlaet 4 P M to arrive in Washington, D C at lO OO P M W stayed at the Ebbltt Hotel which was a great disappointment to all Late Thursday morning we went on a tour in the F B I Building the Capitol, the Archives Building and the Supreme Court Building, where we ate lunch Mary and Doris went back to the Hotel because of illness The rest went to the Smithsonian Institute and the Washington Monument Laura, Ethel Mrs Harris and Mr Seaman went to see The Heiress boys went to see a triple feature and Mary and Doris went to see 'The Red Shoes On Friday we boarded a bus to Mr Vernon and then came back Alexandria where we ate dinner From there we went to the Washington National Airport, then to the Tidal Basin and the Memorials All went out by themselves at night On Saturday everyone was up early and ready to Gettysburg We arrived in Gettysburg at ll O0 A M guided tour around the battleground Some went to a large canvass painting of the battle We went Inn where we had cabins W ate at the nn Gettysburg and saw the movie Three Came Home Sunday we arose at 6 OO A M and reluctantly took a bus for Harrisburg where Mr Seaman, Mrs walked around the capitol building We then left Binghamton, finally to Sidney where Fred Myers met arrived in Gilbertsville about 7 P M Jefferson and Lincoln leave Washington for where we took Coloranna which ls t the 'Peace Light and then went left the cabins Harrie and the boys for Scranton, then us with a bus We want to thank everyone who has made it possible for us to take this trip which is something we will never forget : , A . Mr. U ll . . we : ... ' on 0 on . . e n w - A ' '. , . so . . . ... ta Independence Hall and the park. We also went into the lobby of'UBCurt1s . . We . . . . : ... e . . . , , . . ' '. Thel U. ' . to . : ... a . . o ' . e I to I I. : ... . We . . We rd x SJ! .FXL-, QF Lloyd ELOSP611 5 Stu t Lobdvll ,M fs' su? ,O f Laura Bgrke Far-J Teed Laura Burke al Doris Birdsall 35 'Ur SENIOR PLAY The annual Serlor Pley 'Anthony s Antics was held on Mar 1 and 10 due to bed weatker An excellent performance was giver by all on bot? nights Ethe Naourber, who pleved the part of a t rznnical old lady Ad Sloan who was an easy go ing Irish cook, are Plcrerd Swift wro oleyed the part of an elderly dignified, educated butler were all considered excel lent performers The play war directed by Mrs Sheldon Farr The cast ls aa fO7lOwB aaon CA very important butler? Richard Swift Tony Harris CA young intruder! Lloyd Llderkin Bert Yercer ihie friendl Stuart Lobdell Maggie Clrish Cookl Ada Sloan Nancy Lewis CA stenozraprer adventure bound! Mary Teed Harriet Robinson Cher fr'erdD Laura Burke Nrs Cornelia Armltete KA tyrannical grande dameDEthel Macumber hiss Marshall LA vom r attorneyl Doris Birdaall ADVICE TO THE JUNIORS Now comes a time when we the Senior Class, want to pass on a little advice to you, the Juniors Our advice to Pauline Stensland is to do a little more homework Remember business before pleasure' We advise Bernie O'Hearon t hold on to her man now that she's got him Our advice to Wilma Breslin is to make up her mind soon or she won't have anyone We advise Virginia Lilley get in earlier nights, or should we say mornings Our advice to Celeste Winne is to get to school and classes on time We advise Laura Winton to keep her mind on something other than Clint, well, part of the time anyway Our advice to Janet Wilber is to drive a little slower or she won't be driving at all We advise Betty Porter to finish school and then think about marriage Our advice to Doris Blankley is to try and be a little popular and not so tied un in herself Popularity is one of the nicest traits a person can have We advise Elmer Miller to wait until after the Senior Trip to get a girl You don't want to be tied down while your on the trio Our advice to Allen Rowe is to think of something other than farming In that way you may get a girl We advise Clint Hall to either move downtown or get a car It would save so much wear and tear on your shoes, Clint studious and join in and have some fun In other words live We advise Don McMullen to wait until his Senior Year before he begins skinning school To the whole Junior Class our advice is to have lots of fun in your Senior Year at all times cooperate, and most of all continue to keep the respected name of a SENIOR JUNIOR RESPONSE To the Seniors who are leaving tonight, we wish to dedicate a few past memories Dick Swift the nlone wolfu of the class 1 wise, he plays the whole field' We are happy to say that Stuie, the Romeo of the class has finally found his long lost 'Juliet' Laura seems to be the quiet type in school, but when on dates with Johnny, situations change We learned that Mary llkethe others, was attracted by the ride on the elevators on the senior trip What was the attraction, the thrill of the 'ride' or the elevator boys! From looking back on L1oyd's many travels we find many broken hearts Be careful Lloyd, you may be sorry some day We now come to Ethel, who is leading a very happy married life and keeping a high scholastic record Last but not least we come to Doris She has become quite the nbuslness type' We now see her slaving away in the office of Bresee's Oneonta Department Store, storing away her salary for her and Ted's dream house I . O . ' to Cur advice to Billy Bedient is not to be quite so I . . s I ' u n i QQ iff QGI9' 1 --J" Q V W fl QX -:iris inanim- IUNIDRS AP .p JJNIOR: F ret Ron Lau: 'lnton Betty Porte , Donald Fovullen, Elmer Miller, Doris Wlankley, Virginia Lilley Pau ine otensland Second How Visa Manonl, Vllllem Bedlent Allen Rowe Clinton Hall Bernadette O'Henron, Wilma Breelln, Jane' Viloer, Celeste Vinnie, Nr Lasnv NI At tne be inning o' our Junior yenr foa of our class members e t or different s boo s ne we e, oternen Baller, Barbara Hamilton Cbrls ina Vvenson and El1vabe'h Ecnvelr We now hed You teen mevbe e left in ou class de e tcted tre folloulr officers President Elmer Viller Vive President Donald o Jllen Secretary Doris Dlanklej Treesurer Allen Rowe ur'n tble ve1r we sent ofersees Jn I9 , reld two bexeseles tried noon tire da ctrg eounsored a dence 'The Junior Hnv Hoo nertlcinnted 1 tre t ree one act xlays fveryth ng turned out very successfdl fnd helred bx' our treasurv balance to a new high figure Tre 'or l danre of tne year, our Junior Prol wwe held in Yay and the t ee e lavs were also eld in Vav Tne nlev we nut on was 'An Anvle Fo ea rr T e resrren, Sorvo ores and Juniors a eneflte' bv nr. Jillian e le t end detty Porter N9 e elected to rearesentour class in tbe S ude C O r class Q Q r 'nr t e re r e sea and Visa Yanonl Trle nrover to be ve r a'1teb ree f ne Class of 'K . - fb. ll ,, A 1 H v - --w H , . r ' . U , . . A W . Y , - . . - n , , , , t 4 ' 4 .E V A ' JUJ SHS L g . 5 . ' . . , 'r . . 1 f f U cn l . TL y r " J 3 . , U C - .- -f C. 'J. , r . . H, r - n A r . ' le 3 ' .g I . L Atl 11,4 . , J A. . D -.: 2 ' . r cX.:es . ' I -"' 'V , V. ' , 'z n . U H . , A.. I , A , sponsored the Junior C-eee Carnival, wnlch benefited everyone, and I H .A 21 ' 3 ' . - ' . ' - .1 . .J tl '-Y1LT b H A . , H . ma .- L f 3 -' . - . . hr on -not nl , h J . H H, ' . , , , ' .' r T che ." r. F' 'L.., , An. rr. ' , ll b n . n Q .1x, H . F F n . ' ' r . 4 ' .' M t , nt Connell. u . .5v1-o 5 T n ' a wer Mr, T ,kv . . - . . . A T , 9 ry ,rf. ,'le 3 r or :L . . bl. L- .jw nf W J kf W fp xx sX SOPHOMORES ,xx SOPHO ORE CLADS First Hoa Nancy Nurohy, Varie Daniels Phllio seamen, Floyd Anderson, Neal Brown, Kathryn Gilbert Joan Holden Second Row Miss Richarison, Roger Srith Marjorie Lovelace, Julia Halgh, Jacqdelyn Hager, Donald Post Lewis Lamnhere Third Row Daniel Haley Barry Slaughter, Jack Nickerson, Deen Veres, Richard Hendrickson 3LP1ufOREo Tne class ster ei tqelr second year of high school with a total of nineteen members In October, Jacnuellne Hager joined our class, makng it a total of tventy Then ln March, John Atwell left and in Aorll Jac After s few weeks of school, the class elected the fo'lov1ng off icers Uresident Neale Brown Vice President Floyd Anderson Secretary Kathryn Gilbert Treasurer Philip seamen Advisors Miss Richardson Yr Hughes In November the class held e Tu key T ot This dance profited the class about S15 On Yay 26 the class out on a one a t olsy called NTwelve O'Clock Murder The olay was very successful As members o' the Sophomore Class, we consider our second year of higr school another sdccessful year L ' "' . A , - A x , , . " . x fn ' - , , . 1 ' . . ' o- ' w . o L, . w A t.. , , A . 1 A - queline Hager left leaving the class with a total of eighteen members. 1 A A. Q .L T 1 . - N . I ' . ' ', r Tr . . Q' . . . . . c .: ll A 1 ,A . A ' Y Q gl 4 ef' naw. 3 IN if , Z I XX K hinnnnnninnun X FRESHMEN 4 I J 7 X 1 F aLVVN First Row oecone Row William Onnerman, Don lo Adair Shaw Darwin Conroa, Ter y slaughter T omas Jrown, Jesse Bxeslln Third Row In Seotembex officers for the Veer P eminent 'ce Pzesi ef :ecretarJ Hn' Tlenalrer Afvleore 'wifi Petricia Swift Robert Teed, 'ande bller Clyde Lilley Robert Rowe, Bernice Hensen Verla Hollidaf Vr Tarbell Richard Keene, Leo O'Hearon, John Miller, Douvlae Vurnhy Mrs Durwood Williams, the Freed f c aes e'e nlvde 1 Robe t no Vw ., Dvlq A. 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