Gilboa Central High School - Reflector Yearbook (Gilboa, NY)

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Q Ammfhzdfdpix W 5 Wt M WfQmwf7wwr7ff7 ,gym 72? 17022 , .if D ww -uu- - ,M-.V Sm Rowl E Granby S Dunham M1ssOgb1n C Sxckler R Leger Row2 P Wlckert C Cutler S Vming N Cross G Hallock Edxtor 1n Chlef Assrstant Ed1tor Photography Edrtor Bus1ness Manager Art Edltor Alumm Edltor Sports Edltor Llterary Edltor Subscr1pt1on Ed1tor Adv1sor Fred Ermllch Russell Germond Everett Dreb1tko EDU158 Moore Vanda Gregory Margaret Becker Doris Brownell Betty Jordan Fred Haverly REFLECTOR STAFF CONTRIBUTORS Audrey Snyde r 2 Corahe S1ckler Shxrley Dunham Raymond Leger Elrzabeth Granby Prxscrlla Wrckert Cynthra Cutler Glen Hallock Srdney V1n1ng Norma Cross M1ss Frances Ogbrn June Fuller Preston Fancher James Traver Fred Wrckert La Verne Hubbard Franklm Brown Alma Robinson June Latta Victor Mace Dedzcaizon MR STANLEY BANKER E the Class of 1952 wlsh to dedxcate our year book to Mr Lee A Whltney and Mr Stanley Banker Whltney s guldance efforts and cooperat1on m malung our school days product1ve and memorable We wlsh much success and many happy years both MR LEE WHITNEY 3 We are deeply grateful for Mr. Banker's and Mr. . , . , . . ' to N., fcboof Com mvzndzhcg Offlaefff Mr. W. Spencer Mt V B Peckham Superv1srngPr1nc1pa1 Mrss R. Wyckoff Row2 G Van Wormer W Buel T Carman 4 B0 m' W Row 1: F. Hess, H. Taylor, G. Hallock, N. Faulkner. Mr Henry Hovanas1an M A Teachers Col Columbxa Un1vers1ty Commerce fll'?:'::::sr I .::'.": ::.. . Ground Crew an ? 4-gtg!! vm M1ss Janet Macdonald M A Mlss Jessle Ludlum M A M1ss Frances Ogbln M A Mr V B Peckham M A M1ss Helen Wyckoff Mrs Arv1lla Nxckerson Mlss Ph1la T1lley M A Mrs Mrs Mrs Martha Wlutney B E Elsle Day B S Ehzabeth Gray B E M1ss Renee Low1nger B E Mrs Mrs Mrs Myrtle W1-1ght Ruth Dozxer R N Norma Edwards M A Mr Everett Hubbard B S I' I' I' I' I' I' 1' I' Angelo Delmastro, M Fred Wxckert M S Albert Morey M A Raymond Davenport B Walter D1nteman A B Leonard Ne11 M Ed Erxc Dahlberg B E Lee Whltney M S M1ss Clara Wmg B A Mrs Adele Carman Mrs Wmlhelmma Keyser S Row 1 N Y S Col for Teachers Albany N Y S Col for Teachers Columbla Un1VBrS1ty Columbla Umverslty Oneonta Normal School Oneonta Normal School N Y S Col for Teachers Albany Albany Row Z Potsdam State Teachers Col N Y S Col for Teachers Buffalo Oneonta State Teachers Col Plattsburg State Teachers College Oneonta Normal School Roosevelt Hospltal and Plattsburg State Teachers College N Y S Col Albany Cortland State Teachers College Row 3 Alfred Un1vers1ty Cornell Umverslty N Y S Col for Teachers Albany Ithaca College Umvers1ty of West V1rg1n1a Spnngfmeld College Potsdam St Teachers Col Syracuse Umverslty Not Present Mxddlebury College Vermont Plattsburg Normal School Oneonta Normal School 5 Engllsh and Speech Language L1brary Supervlslng Prlnclpal Specxal Second Grade Th1rd Grade F1fth Grade Homemaklng Fxrst Grade Fourth Grade S1xth Grade Nurse Teacher Jr H S Enghsh and Soclal Stud1es Phys1cal Educatlon Sc1ence Agnculture and Practlcal Arts S1xth Grade Muslc Art Soclal Studxes and Guxdance Jr H S Mathematxcs and Sc1ence Mathematxcs and Dr1ver Traxnmg Language Prattsv1lle School Upper Blenhezm School ' 0 f' X f Miss Rosemary Wyckoff, B. S. Syracuse University Secret-31'Y to the P1'iI1CiPa1 M . . Ed. ' ' h M . ' , . . ' ' l l M . , . . . . . . , l M . , . . A M . . y I . . . . . . M . ' , . . ' ' ' ' I M , ' , , , , , . . . I ' ' M ' . I . . . . , . . . . WOR rn EMM 7 HOOLS O s"'Nv i.mMmWmp:gl1 Ypilmbs ' fl I MARGARET HELENE BECKER 'A good reputatlon xs far more valua e than money Cheerlead1ng 2 3 4 Band 1 Z 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Class Plays 1 Z 4 Dramat1cs Club 1 3 Ba ton Club Z F H A 4 County Mus1c Fest1val 1 2. 3 4 Basketball 1 Z 4 Softball 1 Z 3 4 Queen Jun1or Prom 3 Pres 1 Cafeterla Z 3 4 Stu dent Councll 3 4 xgeyg DORIS MARIE BROWNELL "To worry llttle to study less my xdea appxness Class Vlce Presldent Z 3 4 F H A 12 3 4 G1rls' Shop 1 Cheerleadxng 3 4 Softball 1 Z 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Class Plays Z 4 Cafe ter1a 4 MUSIC Fest1val 1 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Attendant 3 Graduatlon Usher 3 F H ACampZ 1034, l FRANKLIN PALMER BROWN Have somethmg to say say It and stop when you are done F FA 1 Z 3 4 Outdoors Club 1 F FA Judg xng 1 Z 3 4 F FA trlps 1 Z 3 4 Cafeterxa 4 Dramatmcs Club 1 Z Basketball manaoer 3 'U' XM NORMA JOSE PHINE CROSS 'Confesslon IS the nearest thxng to lnnocency Student Counc1l 8 l Treasurer Student Councll l Class Secretary l Cheerleadlng 2 3 4 Dra matlcs Club l Z 3 4 Baton Club 1 Dramatlcs Play 1 2 Class Plays 1 Z 3 4 G1rls' State 3 Chnstmas operetta 3 4 Attendance .Tumor Prom County Mus1c Festwal 1 Z 3 4 . " ? x I - ' bl H . S , .ll lg , I 1 1 1 1 1, 1 l 1 1 1 1 Q 1 , , , Q Q , , , - 5 ' 1 S . 'Il - I 1 1 1 l I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 . Q S a u . Q 1 I , Q 0 Y I Q I l z I I f 5 I ' : . s ' . . 9 - 1' ff S h 9 If 'N 4 A 2 - I V Ll. rf ll ll , df ' , , ' of ' ' ' ' ' ." h ' ." ' ' .9 ' ' ' A 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 3 I 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 2 l 1 3 . 1 1.1 3 1 1 ' 1 5 1 1 1 1 3 s . . . s ' ' . 1 ' S , 1 - 0 1 I . 1 1 1 1 7 M700 rp 311 "!l,,"" CYNTHIA JUNE CUTLER Chorus 1 2 3 4 Student Councxl Z Commerce Club Z 3 Fashxon Ed1tor Newspaper 4 Cheer leadlng 4 Class Play Z Alumm Edltor Year book 4 Gregg Cert1f1cate 3 County Mus1c Fes t1val 1 Z 3 4 Secretary to teacher 4 Offlce work 4 We TD C774 1, SHIRLEY ANNE DUNHAM "We shall all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately. Glrls' Shop 1, Reflector Reporter l,Z,3, Ba ton Club Z, F.H.A. 1,2, Dramatlcs Club 3, Chorus l,Z,3,4, Band 1,Z,3,4, Cheerleadxng Z,3,4, Commerce Club 4, Class Plays l,Z,3, 4, Asszstant Edrtor Yearbook 4, Cafeter1a3, Perfect Attendance 1, Prom Attendant 3. Qf x xg .Q-.QQ EVERETT DREBITKO Cross Country 2 3 4 Basketball Z 3 4 Base ball Z 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Class play 4 .Tumor Prom Attendant 3 Cafeterla Z 4 ffhdf PRESTON WILLIAM FANCHER Better late than never. Baseball 1,3,4, Basketball 3,4, Cross Country 3.4, F.F.A. l,Z,4, Sportsman Club l,3, Class plays Z,3, F.F.A. Sent1nel4. 1- C , 1, 9 ,, 'f 9 27: ,vm ' ' ' f .1 G " Y- , Q X S 0 -. , , f . nge? of -M w , I - Bar F . . "Ido not regret my silence, only my speeches." "Bead-1tY Cannot be bought 01' Sold-H ' 1 I ' Q 1 1 1 1 2 " , Q I ' , Q - 1 1 3 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q t 3 ' ' I - 1 I I I Nj! X Q If . NG, in S P A , X V x S .4 X - I4 U If ', K ll ll 8 Z. v i af A X Fi 52 S fl I JUNE MARIE FULLER 'Muslc washed away from the soul the dus o eryday l1fe Band 1 Z 3 4 Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Dramat1cs Clubl Commerce Club Z Productlon Manager News paper 3 4 Str1ng ensemble 3 Gregg Typ1ng Cert1f1cate 3 F1rst Pr1ze Constltutxon Essay 3 Secretary to teachers 4 Offlce work 4 Coun try Muslc Festzval l 2 3 4 4-441,60 7940 ELIZABETH NELLIE GRANBY "Never put off untll tomorrow what can be do e today Gxrls' shop 1 Play Day at M1ddleburgh Z F H A 1 Commerce Club Z 3 Newspaper Edltor Sen1or Album Busxness Manager Yearbook 4 Gregg Cert1f1cates Z 3 4 Class Plays 2 3 4 Basketball Z 3 Softball 1 Z 3 Cafeterma 1 2, 3 Bookstore Manager 4 Secretary to teacher 4 Offxce work 4 .M ,f-11, .4 RUSSEL CHESTER GERMOND " mall deeds done are better than great deeds planned " F F A l 2 3 4 F F A Delegate to Natxonal Convent1on at Kansas C1ty F F A .Tudg1ng team 1 Z 3 4 F F A Presldent 4 J 4 .iss X 0 .na Wfvwcdaf VANDA JOAN GREGORY 'I envy no man t a knows more than myself ut I p1ty hxm that knows less Basketball Z 3 4 Chorus l Z 3 4 Commerce Club Z 3 Soc1al Club 1 F I-I A 4 Cafeter1a Z 3 Secretary for teachers 4 Off1Ce work 4 Cheerleadmg Z 40 word a mxnute Gregg Cer t1f1cate ,I K j X . , fr , .1 'N' 3 V , J 'Z' .I . lx X J X fx I . ' V A C, - Q: m X I 3 ' -5 V 2 ll 7 'f ' ' r f S ev ' ," , H . :v"'W s ' N ' 1 2. ' -1 .Za 4 g " as-af .1 -ls 4 ' . , ' ' n ' h t , ." b ' ' ." ,Q "::,4: " . ' - 9 ..-nu.. 'C ILL? WT? GLEN WINSTON HALLOCK ll 1 roads worth takxng lead uphx ' FFA 1234 Basketballl234 Baseballl 234 Band5678l234 Chorus8lZ34 Chrxstmas operetta 3 4 County Muslc Fe st1val Z 62,0-.01A'llf if at f2""af- CLIFTON LAVERNE HUBBARD "Eat drunk and be merry for tomorrow you m y d1e Basketball 1 Z 3 4 Baseball 1 Z 3 4 F FA 14 Dramatlcs Club Z 3 K1ng Jumor Prom 3 All Star Game 3 Cross Country 1 4 SLA.: dxf? F FREDERICK STEWART HAVERLY Swlft to hear slow to speak, slow to wra " Student Counc1l 1 Secretary Z V1ce Pres 3 Presldent 4 Class Presldent 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 1 R1fle Club Z Radlo Club 3 Photography Club Presldent 4 Class Plays 3 4 Chorus 1 4 Baseball l Z 3 4 BETTY DELORES JORDAN "A good reputatlon 15 more valuable than mon y G1rls' Shop 1 F H A Z 3 Newspaper Feature Ed1tor 4 Chorus l 2 Class plays Z 4 Basket ball 2 Softball 1 Z Country Musxc Fest1val Z fx 'f' f- ,144 6 ' -3 s'-2,1 , 1 Al ' 'll. ' "Be ' , th, 1, ,3,4. ,S ' l 1 S .' gg I 2,3 , HX f ' .FL . XAKXXXW A-:li ..... bifu . 12271, 'Q " 5 p , . a ' ' e .ll 10 Od 247 V R SN Ng JUNE IRENE LATTA "My xdea of an agreeable person IS one w o agrees wlth me Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Baton Twzrhng 2 3 4 F H A l County MUSIC Festlval 1 2 Softball 1 Z Class Play 3 Memorxal Day Parade Z 3 4 K VICTOR WILLIAM MACE "There IS always room for 1mproveme t FFA1Z34FFAPres2FFARe porter 3 4 County F F A Reporter 3 Bas ketball Manager Z 4 Class Play 1 F F A Judglng team Z 3 Kansas C1ty F F A Del egate 4 .Tumor Prom Attendant 3 LC! ,-,tsllfnf Ado!-QL!! ,S F4 at 354 'Q' RAYMOND ALFRED LEGER 'It 15 1I'I'lpOSS1b1e to please all the world a one s father Fenc1ng Club 1 Dramat1cs Club Z Radlo Club3 Photography Club 4 Basketball 1 Z 3 Baseball 1 Z 3 Cross Country l 2 3 Track Z 3 Student Counc1l 4 Plays 1 2. 3 4 Chorus I Z 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Country Mus1c Festlval l Z 3 4 5 f' - i ..L-.a.- LOUISE ANNETTE MOORE "Two frxends cannot long be frxends 1f they cannot forgwe each others l1ttle famlxngs Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Baton Twu-Img 1 Z 3 4 Soft ball 1 Z 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Memorlal Day Parade 2 3 4 Tw1rl1ng at Basketball games4 Soc1al Club I F H A Z Play day at Mxddle burgh Z 3 Country Mus1c Festxval 1 Z 3 4 Student Counc1l 4 Cafeteria 4 30 and 40 word a m1nute Typxng Gregg Certlflcates 50 worda mlnute Typmg pxn Competent Typxst Cert1f1 cate Z 3 work for teachers 4 Offxce work 4 I 7' n . - h I ' ' ' . .H I .Il S ,...: Z 'ug ,,s:'.3,:13 ' 5 Z ' 'sd' 1 ff 0 , X, , -flu' fir I,,,- " I 2:?fi?1jZF fn yiiiiii-355"if'jLfi lg - -zz. 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ALMA ANNA ROBINSON 'Forget the past th1nk of the future and en Joy the present" Commerce Club Z 3 4 Presldent of Commerce Club 4 Chorus 1 Q34 FU- fx 'CY '15 ai 93,4 AUDREY ANN SNYDER 'Anyth1ng worth domg 15 worth do1ng wel Chorus 1 Z 3 4 F H A 1 Z 3 Treasj Softball 1 Baton Club l Class Reporter 3 4 Home mak1ng Award 3 Graduatlon Usher 3 County Musrc Festlval 1 Z 3 4 Homemaklng Operetta 3 Cxrculatlon Ed1tor Newspaper 4 fX sp., - f-NK fwmff 1 Illlx CORALIE ETTA SICKLER 'Try not to please everyone It 15 an 1mposs1 ble task Chorus 1 Z Accompamst 3 4 Socxal Club 1 Commerce Club Z 3 Class Plays 1 2 3 4 Class Secretary 1 3 4 Class VICE Pres 1 Schoharle Co Mus1c Festlval 1 Z 3 4 Ed1tor xn Chlef Year book 4 .Tumor Prom Attend ant 3 Offxce work 4 Band 4 ,-f' JAMES EDWIN TRAVER onscxence makes egotlsts of us a ' Chorus 1 Z 3 4 Newspaper Z 3 Feature Ed1tor 3 Class Plays 3 4 Curtxs Cert1f1cate of A chlevement 3 Chrlstmas Program 4 French Club 4 H xx, " 5 " I , . . .- I 1 ' ' ll - ' r 0 . 1 5 . Q I I I ' . , 1 1 1 r l I , 1 9 3 ' D S - n 1 9 3 ' - , Q - S S - .1 ,I Q N 1' , 1 fc, Y' H 14 ' fx f lf! ff' L V. 5 Q ,- N- 3 ' 'lfiffrg ,F J 0 , sf qu 'L f - " f F' "iff A 131-a levy, 1 ' - - ' 1 ll HC . - 11.' 1 s 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 C F . ' , I I l , ' 3. I 1 Q 1 3 ' ,. . , - . 3 . 5 , 5 ' ' . . , 5 ' 2 u - 12 I A H , 'YB Q ,QEQQQE : ,iflJ , X X 1 IW X kv FREDERICK WILLIAM WICKERT, JR. "Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for thou art with me." F F A 1 2 3 4 F F A Act1v1t1es Judging team 1 Z 3 4 Fair Demonstration 3 4 Chapter Sec retary 3 4 County Sentlnel 4 State Camps l Z 3 4 State leadership training school 3 State Chorus Z 3 National Chorus 4 Chorus l 2 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Public Speaking Z 4 Winner County American Legion Oratorical Contest 4 County Music Festival l Z 3 4 Class Plays Z 3 4 Dra rnatlcs Club Play 1 Rifle Club 1 J V Basket ball Z Cross Country 1 Z Track 1 2. PRISCILLA JANE WICKERT "A friend to all, is a friend to none." Dramatics Club lg Newspaper 3g Editor 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4' Band 1 2,3 43 Class plays 1 Z 4 County Music Festival 1 2 3 Pep Band 1 Z 3 Art Editor Yearbook 4 Ruth May Vo1ce Scholarship Contest 3 N Y S M C 2 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Frederick Haverly Vice President Doris Brownell Secretary Coralie Sickler Treasurer Elizabeth Granby Student Council Representatlve s fsgafw 5 Raymond Leger of Q... L we P 14 7 13-fa CW 1 f 6:19 ?Qijf3.1 "'. ' 3: N tx. -I' 'Nz ya' S 13 L W 1 'M ffx 5 L 3 ' I 1 A as-V44 - 53 M 4 A9 I J: 'VI M , Q 95 fmzwf Seams HEARTBREAKER BEST LOOKING BOY BEST LOOKING GIRL SWEETEST SINGER QGIRLJ SWEETEST SINGER KBOYJ LAZIEST MEMBER CLASS CLOwN CUTEST BEST NATURED MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BIGGEST FLIRT QGIRLQ BIGGEST FLIRT QBOYJ STEADIEST COUPLE GIDDIEST MEMBER BEST DANCER QGIRLJ BEST DANCER QBOYJ BEST ATHLETE QGIRLQ BEST ATHLETE QBOYQ MOST POPULAR IGIRLQ MOST POPULAR IBOYQ GIRL wHO HAS DONE MOST FOR CLASS BOY wHO HAS DONE MOST FOR CLASS FRIENDLIEST MEMBER PERSON WITH MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT TEACHER'S PET FIRST TO BE MARRIED CBOYJ FIRST TO BE MARRIED QGIRLI BEST DRESSED QBOYJ BEST DRESSED QGIRLQ SHORTEST TALLEST QUIETEST PERFECT LADY PERFECT GENTLEMAN BEST wINDOw GAZER YOUNGEST MEMBER OLDEST MEMBER PESSIMIST OPTIMIST WITTIEST MOST SOPHISTICATED BEST MUSICIAN QGIRLJ BEST MUSICIAN QBOYJ CLASS ARTIST CLASS POET I fr? , , 923 of C I My k- LA VERNE HUBBARD LA VERNE HUBBARD NORMA CROSS MARGARET BECKER GLEN HALLOCK FRANKLIN BROWN VICTOR MACE DORIS BROWNELL RUSSELL GERMOND FRED HAVERLY VANDA GREGORY PRESTON FANCHER NORMA CROSS GLEN HALLOCK JUNE FULLER LOUISE MOORE EVERETT DREBITKO LOUISE MOORE LA VERNE HUBBARD MARGARET BECKER LA VERNE HUBBARD CORALIE SICKLER RAYMOND LEGER CORALIE SICKLER ELIZABETH GRANBY ELIZABETHGRANBY RAYMOND LEGER AUDREY SNYDER JAMES TRAVER NORMA CROSS CYNTHIA CUTLER FRED WICKERT ALMA ROBINSON ALMA ROBINSON JAMES TRAVER BETTY JORDAN EVERETT DREBITKO AUDREY SNYDER JUNE LATTA SHIRLEY DUNHAM VICTOR MACE CORALIE SICKLER PRISCILLA WICKERT GLEN HALLOCK PRISCILLA WICKERT JUNE FULLER .I 1 14 M Y A - Y, 5 f 4 - ,Q I S1 Q! 6 ui" , I 2: N 1,1 X 'SIN-A. G00 NEW? qw, 0 If 0 10 iff! 4 fly' ' 1 P9 W-fO 'VGAQIWSX -- 233 ,dj gg ' Q7 Q., cw i lre R 2215 , -, , M10 - U I 1 Z 4S.:'fq,! WW if Nr is 34 A I 'f , XI 5' X74 ' :- f , x ' . Q Z I if If 'W . I I . I . , W 'L XX. . '-,'I"I' 2 , . - 4, S' I IX ,1 I I l 4 jf ' VY ' , ' ff 1 11" . . 1 I ooo ' 3 ' 2 " Vtifxv Clam P0 m The partmg hour has come We leave the school behxnd us To leave G11boa I-hgh Th f e uture we face alone So at the close of I-hgh School L1fe We travel Out 1nt0 the World A tear comes 1n our e e y Our destxnatzon unknown Q Q Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Haverly R Germond G Hallock E Drebltko Moore N Cros V Gregory M Becker D Brownell E Granby B Jordan S Dlmham Cutler A Snyder Fuller P Wicker! C Slckler P Fancher I Traver R Leger Mr Whxmey F WICRCII Hubbard F Brown A Robmson I Latta The memones planted m our heart We hope to be remembered W111 nevgr never dle At the school we love so dear But remazn wxth us throughout the years Your guzdance and your counselmg Llke God up m the sky. Has made our pathway clear. The teachers at Gxlboa Our Schoolmaster too We wxll mxss you dear faculty We the class of '52. June Fuller '52 15 . . , ' l I I . . . , W K : F. , . , . . .Q ' . : L. , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , C. , . . : I. . . . . , . , . . . , . ' , . ' , L. , . , . ' , . . . . , ' I Clam I-hilary N the fall of 1940 our class started school Among the members then were La Verne Hubbard Glen Hallock Vanda Gregory Margaret Becker Preston Fancher and Alma Robinson As we went through school our class lost and gained members By the time we reached the eighth grade there were fifty three on the roll The class was divided and some took their Regents 1n January the others took them in June The ones who passed in January were further advanced for high school work At the beginning of our Freshman year all the class Joined again We selected Peggy Becker as our president and Miss Reed as our advisor During our Sophomore year we elected Fred Haverly as president and Mr Kelleher as our ad sor We put on aone act play called "An Apple for the Teacher ln our Junior year we elected Fred l-laverly as our president and Mr Whitney as our advisor Our Junior one act play was 'Who Murdered Who ' We also put on dances sold candy and sold magazines to raise money for our Senior trip In our Senior year we again chose Fred as our president and Mr Whitney as our advisor We had sented a three act play Grandad Steps Out " to ralse money The play turned out very successfully Our class selected the motto "Speech is sllver but silence 15 golden "the colors blue and silver and the flower the carnation Although we are looking forward to graduation we will miss school Alma Robinson 52 La Verne Hubbard 52 Clmf Calm' E the class of 1952 have chosen blue and silver as our class colors Blue was chosen because of 1 s meaning loyalty and truth Silver was selected with it because It blends so well and forms a shin in background for the blue even as the hard glittering colorless characteristics of l1fe only make truth and loyalty more outstanding All members of the Class of '52 have worked and strived together to makeour class happy and prosperous and have attempted to l1ve 1n accordance with the Symbolism of our colors Elizabeth Granby 52 16 vi . - ." . - , , . S950 at the beginning of our Senior year. We sold cards, candy, and magazines, put on dances, and pre . ,, . .t . 1 i . . . . . - - g ' y . . , . . . Margaret Helene Becker Dorrs Marle Brownell Frankhn Palmer Brown Norma Josephxne Cross Cynth1a June Cutler Sh1rley Anne Dunham Everett Drebxtko Preston W1ll1am Fancher June Mane Fuller Russell Chester Germond Ehzabeth Nell1e Granby Vanda Joan Gregory Glen W1nston Hallock Chfton LaVerne Hubbard Fred Stewart Haverly Betty Delores Jordan June Irene Latta Raymond Alfred Leger Vxctor Wrllram Mace Loulse Annette Moore Alma Anna Rob1nson Coral1e Etta S1ckler Audrey Ann Snyder James Edwxn Traver Pr1sc1lla Jane Wlckert Fred W1ll1am Wrckert Clam Ililfldllf Magnetxc Happy go Lucky Blushxng Dreamy M1SCh1eVOuS Banter1ng Fanc1ful Petulant Bluff Neat Just Cheerful Calm Jestrng Coquettxsh Spr1ghtly Anlmated Dlscrete E1V1Sh Darlng Perslstent Wxllxng Flrrtatlous Jaunty Modest Fr1endly Reasonable Complaxsant Good Natured Effxclent No1sy Generous V1vac1ous Jocular Garralous Gallant Wholehearted Honest Carefree L1keable Humorous Frlendly Studxous Helpful Boxsterous Dynamlc Jok1ng Jovxal Ideal1st1c Lxvely Rehable Actxve Laborrous Vrgorous W1tty Mrrthful Leadrng Athletlc Merry Affable Adaptable Ret1cent Courageous Energet1c Srncere Attentlve Agreeable Ser1ous Jud1c1ous Earnest Thoughtful Preclse Jocose Well T110'-ight of Frank Western Well Known Margaret Becker 52 Norma Cross SWZZO7' Play HE t1tle of our Semor Play was "Grandad Steps Out " It was a comedy m three acts Grandad 1ll a year ago 1S st1ll consxdered an 1nval1d by h1s daughter Mrs Morton An old frxend "Bxg J1m Mahoney returns to v1s1t Grandad and plans to stage a supper for all hrs pals Granda 's clothes are all ln storage so he has to wear h1s grandson Krp s clothes whlch are altogether too small for hrm Thms causes a lot of excrtement At the end of the play Grandad 15 found and everythmg turns out happ1ly Mrs Morton Grandad Elchelburger Tllly the mard Betty Shadduck K1p Shadduck Trudre Judy Lud1e the Norwood Trxplets Jack Norwood Jlm Mahoney Mzss Abby H1gg1ns Mrs Jobe Feeny Off1cer a detect1ve The Cast Included 17 Coralle Slckler Raymond Leger Ehzabeth Granby Margaret Becker James Traver Dorxs Brownell Betty Jordan Norma Cross Fred Have rly Fred W1ckert Prmscxlla Wlckert Shxrley Dunham Everett Drebxtko Berry Jordan 52 a 4 . , - - , . . . 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N th1s month of June 1n the year of our Lord 1952 we the Semor Class gf Gllboa Cones-,v111e Central School re s1d1ng ln the towns of Gmlboa Conesvllle Prattsv1lle Flat Creek Grand Gorge Manorklll Broome Center and North Blenhemm 1n the State of New York do hereby make and declare th1s ourlast w1ll and testament and we hereby glve and bequeath the follow1ng To Patty Law Alma Robxnson leaves her ab1l1ty to pay attentxon 1n class o anyone who wants It Ehzabeth Granby leaves the Job of Sen1or Class Treasurer o Cornella Braren Fred Haverly leaves the Pres1dent's Job 0 Phyllls West Dor1s Brownell leaves her ab1l1ty to have more than one boy frzend at one time o Joyce Baxley Coralle Slckler leaves her pos1t1on as pxamst for chorus Estella Rogers June Latta leaves her temper Charlotte I-Iaskln Cynth1a Cutler leaves her pos1t1on on the cheerleadxng squad o anyone who wants them Audrey Snyder leaves her pxerced ears o Annette Stewart Loulse Moore leaves her ab1l1ty to play basketball o Marxlyn Hubbard Norma Cross leaves her ab1l1ty to catch boys o Florence Hoyt Vanda Gregory leaves her ab1l1ty to fllrt wlth boys B111 Tracey Peggy Becker leaves her laugh o Mr Davenport Pr1sc1lla Wlckert leaves her muslc the one who needs xt most Betty Jordan leaves her l1ttle black book for names o the Haskln boys Sh1rley Dunham leaves the carrymng quallty of her volce Fay Newcomb June Fuller leaves her ab1l1ty to get homework done on txme o Mxles Kohler Everett Drebltko leaves h1s ab1l1ty to sleep dur1ng soclal studxes o Burton Mattlce Rusty Germond leaves h1s ab1l1ty to excel 1n agrlculture class o the f1rst couple who get there Raymond Leger leaves the hall Bob Mace Fred W1ckert leaves hxs success 1n F F A o Doreen Vradenburg Jlmrny Traver leaves h1s ab1l1ty to control h1s temper r Whxtney Chlp Hallock leaves h1s ' sunny d1spos1t1on Bob Pommerer Vlctor Mace leaves h1s clownlng Wayne Taylor Preston Fancher leaves h1s ab1l1ty to get ln late anyone who wants them Franklm Brown leaves h1s remarks Donald Bramerd La Verne Hubbard leaves h1s excuses for bemg late for school Mr Ne1l The Semors leave a soc1al studles class Just lxke ours' class e hereby name nom1nate and appoxnt Mxss Frances Ogb1n as sole executor of th1s our last w11l and testament Hereto we subscr1be our names th1s f1rst day of June Nmeteen hundred and f1fty two Wltnesses MISS JCSSIC Ludlum Mlss Janet Macdonald 18 James Traver 52 Russell Germond 52 T ':' ' ' , T ' : ' '. T . : . .. . .O T .: .. .. .. n To : . To .: , ., . u T : ' , T : ' " , T ' : " . T : " ' ' . To' : . T . : " ' '. To ' : ' . T . z. . . ,- To : " '. T . z . . .. . . . l T .: . .. . . . T ' : . To 1 ' A ' T I. , .. . . ToM. ' : ' " ' " ." To :' ' '. To : ' " ' . To : ' ' . To ' 3 ' ' . To . ': ' ' ' ' ' - fumor Clam Rowl B Fancher D Vradenburg C Rogers S Vxnmg F Ermhch E Rogers P Law Row2 Mr Delmastro F Newcomb F Hoyt M Young R Pommerer D Bramerd Absent L Buel I Traulsen CLASS OFFICERS Presldent S1dney Vmlng Vice Pres1dent Fred EI'm11Ch Secretary Doreen Vradenburg Treasurer Clara Rogers Colors Black and Orange Flower Amerlcan Rose HE Jumor Class has part1c1pated rn a number of aCt1V1t1eS th1s year, 1n cludmg several dances, magazme sales, and a one act play Our class trea sury now contams 5460, and we expect to ra1se th1s consrderably, as we wzll be takmg over candy sales after Easter vacatxon Fred Ermlich 53 20 I Row W..Kniskem, fackson, N..Bue1, B. lviatrice, wf Tlaylor, G. Dent, A. Ormsbee, M. Kohler, no 09 BW' 065 W QW Rowl Dent P West C Haskrn M Hubbard Sec A Comne J Henshaw E Mower B Proudman Brarnerd L Beers Braren Pres M Ermlxch A McVady M Perfer R Cater F Nickerson L Merwm I Fancher Pres F Van Aken Mlss Macdonald Leger A Murray W Tracy P Matuce R Not present 'I' Haskm Row 2 Row3 Mace R Haskxn Treas H Kerth D LaTourette ls'-wma: seams-ff mm mm MNH N Rowl A Cater S Brown N Tompluns Treas R I-htchcock V Pres G Latta Pres N Cutler Sec D Becker M Clark D Anderson M McVady Row2 Mrss Ludlum J Beers M Burns D Denny D Jackson F LeRoy N Parliman A Stewart I jackson R Perfer Mr Hovanasran Row3 C Buel B Denny W Prckett C Becker R Myers G Van Wormer T Smuh I Perfer F Ballard P Robmson Z1 bi s ' ff S Y Y lx - A L ' X fl W A , CX M L N A 2 7 ' - ,Q - .. I ,X i , I - h 4 1 4' ' ' ls X N ix j 1 V . -iv A 5-44 ., ...J C, . Q H . sg x ' ,A ,. : H. , . , . ' , . , ., , ' , . , . , . . M. ' , . . : C. , ., . ' , . , . ' , . , . 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V399 eveyfib 3 if " GW' 6 Lu -Q.:-' Rowl I DeW1tt D Proudman F German A Fancher S Plankenhorn I OKeefe F D Hallock Pres J Moore A Acello J Freeman M Brarnerd Row2 M Castle M Bramerd L Becker W Lutz I Braren I Bramard E Loya P Lee P Mueller J Barley Sec D Rron T Hayes Row3 Mr Dahlberg P Humphrey R Cutler W Tompkms L Buel C Robmson E Bramerd L Haskrn D Lee D Freeman J Rogers I Cushman Vlce Pres R Kerth D Hallock Treas Not pres ent W Barkman H Traulsen A Ffa mer'L"L'QPNj "' 'Cpv we ,At Q-vt Rowl S Mueller C Acello L Roe M Valdez Mrs Edwards J Marqurr Sec M Kohler E Proudman B Brown Row2 R Mamce I Beers Vlce Pres C Parlxman Treas C DeSalvo R Ormsbee M Mrller L Andrus R Bramerd Row3 W Mrcha B Prckeu C Wyckoff D Buel H Newcomb R Moore D Klshpaugh D Comell P Hughes D Tompkms G Hubbard Pres W Drebxtko Not Present O Mattrce J Barkman A Becker Z3 EW GW 5 H GYM Rowl B Stewart C Fredenburgh I Beers M lompluns R Mansfreld R Rlon C Snyder M Cleveland Row2 Mrs Whrtney C Brarnerd D VanWormer R Ellrson J Beers E Moore R Lafferty W Spurles D Enderlxn J Cutler Row3 R Bagley M Wood G Puglresr C Beers E Brarnerd C Koch R Andrus P Lewls K Clark I Symolon G Fuller E Goodfellow Not Present I Traulsen ll u-HVOFX GW 6 Rowl Castle T Scutt E Schemerhom W Stryker C Rron L Fancher Row2 Kmgsley S Koch D Ferns Y Merwm I Bendtson L Lewrs I Kmgsley L Srruth M Hughes Pearsall S Mueller Row3 M Cater M Freyer R Wrlkens N Denny H Forsell R Young I Wood B Every R German Fancher I Law Row4 Mrs Wrrght Not Present W Becker G Rogers Z4 F119 01 54 Had 1'-. X Tbwd GW Rowl J Moore D Mrller R Buel E Klenow B Conrne B Bevms M Moseman G Peckham, M Goodfellow G Zach R Cook D Hamngton V Clark G Fancher R Snyder R Mueller Row2 A Beers MissTr11ey C Lee M Shrmansky S Stryker D Rathbone J Beers B Fredenburgh C Stryker T Loya W Rogers E Bohlen S Bendtson I Conant E German R Parlrman J Iackson Not Present D VanAken T Card IB in Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 FOMYH9 GW 6 Mannon Valdez R M VanAken N Wamer B Young E Newcomb T Rron E Lee M Mamce Moseman M Hayes C Persons M Cornell Brandow P Valenu H Bohlen G Tompkrns I Carman F Glavm R Ingraham T Peckham Mattice Mxss Lowmger T Elhson G Valenu I Lutz C Mannon A Loya F OKeefe R Freyer R Wilkins G Every L Stryker E Klenow Not Present H Braren Z5 ,- ... .i Row 1: S. LeRoy, W. Briggs, R. Becker, M. Poulsen, M. Scurt, B. Dahlberg, D. Cammer. D. Hubbard, J. . : S. , . . , . , . , . , . ' , . , , ' , R. , . , . , . . : I. . . ', . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . . L. . Fmt Glade apr' Rowl Becker E German E Bramerd P Prsson P Bramerd P Schrmansky M Clark F Acello Van Heusen V Barley R Brlggs F Mannon Row2 Brown W Brandow I Matuce M Enderhn I Moseman I Wallace R Forsell S Dahlberg M Newcomb R Castle L Clark C Snyder C Poulsen Row3 M Lafferty A Lutz S Marun D Beers L Lee R Kmgsley C Garry M Rerdle S Peters Row4 Loya J Cleveland J Cleveland L Blalock M Hayes V Ingraham R Day Mrs Gray eww Qv ae Rowl P Lutz J Roacn U Merwln A Tompkms C Proudman E Chatfleld H Bevms C Place W Rxon A Andrus A Peters A Vrooman D Hubbard R Schermerhom S l-losxer TNQ itqg Row2 W Henderson D Mamn K Wyckoff S Kxngsley D Plankenhorn H Snyder L Mower N Bagley I Loya L Matnce S Warner I Hayes 1 Mamce Row3 B Cralg J Dresser C Lee B Law L Pearsall E Newcomb L Scutt D Garry, K lngraham L Jackson A Freyer C Tompkms B Young L Matuce Not Present Mrs Nlckerson Blewbelm c 00 rj, Q X rlv Rowl J Shaw E Goodre G Honols D Wxlson R Gexsen Row2 G Hottols P Gexsen D Horrors A HOIIOIS W Allen E We1dman Row3 Mrs Keyser O 'ESD-wg-.-o vi'-gg P1f01W5WHe M GW ...Ai Rowl C Smith R I-htchcock V Moseman S Lutz E Fowler V Henderson S Jackson Row2 B Snyder C Merwm B Parhman V Bevms G Cornell G Latta A Newcomb P Dunham E Kellh Mr Morley xtsvme P11gilf1W'W cw des Row 1: R. Wilson, H. Wilson, G. Kane, M. Smith, M. Cross, A. Hoyt, T. Speanburg, W. Solomon. Row 2: M. Tompkins, D. Cammer, L. Hitchcock, D. Speanburgh, R. Fredenhurgh, C. Carman, J. Chatfield, Teacher - Mrs. Carman. 27 , ,. I I ry-1 1- rl Ph 'll X S mm Rowl R Mace N Buel L Hubbard S Vrnrng W Taylor Row2 Mr Hubbard E Drebrtko R Pommerer M Kohler G Hallock V Mace Manager Not Present W Tracey P Fancher HE Varsrty had a successful season wmnrng more than half the1r games R Cbeellmd Rowl A Cater C Braren M Hubbard B Fancher C Cutler Row2 Mrs M Whrtney D Brownell F Hoyt C Rogers P Becker S Dunham N Cross HEERLEADING the major athlete actrvrty open to grrls contrrbutes much to both games and assemblres Compet1t1on for places on the squad IS keen 29 'iff '7 ff f-' ,-,Z I" 3 3-1-"ff, X Q M' C of 6 l d v , v 9 X f ,fl , M I ff e C W I , ' of g1'S C 5 'Q' L, 'yo s as -Aw I' Rowl H Kenh R Buel C Buel 3 M14107. XfmfS1W mm it 1 o-4 7-,SZ- Row2 T Haskrn T Smith R Haskm G Van Wormer F Ballard Row3 Mr Hubbard C Leger A Murray O Matuce F Haverly Manager R Myers A Delmar D La Tourrette Mr Morey 1 HE J V team was successful m rna1nta1mng an almost undefeated record to be rn frrst place 1n the Schoharre County League Cross Country ILBOA'S Cross Country season1n 1951 After berng defeated rn the1r f1rst dual meet w1thM1dd1eburgh G11boa went on to c11max the season by wrn nmg the class Eas well as the class D champ1onsh1p ofSect1on Zofthe NYS PHAA class 1f1cat1on 1n the Sectxon Preston Fancher and Everett Drebltko were the only members of the team wxth pre v1ous Cross Country exper1ence Fancher by placxng flfteenth rn the Sectxonal run earned the rlght to represent Sectxon Z 1n the Intersectronal Cross Country run comprrsed of erght Sectlons of the State Coach Mr E Hubbard B Mamce R Moore T Haskm C Becker S Vmrng F Ermlxch L Hubbard A Ormsbee G Van Wormer W Denny E Drebrtko Not Present Preston Fancher 30 K, . 4 T . .fn ' x Lk ' L0 , C 12 4 0 V . L, xxx. .. . -X A ,, j mv rv . ' ' ' f T ' -f , 1 V ,grim . . . . . . ' ' If lr. if Zf Rowl W Drebxtko P Fancher E Drebltko G Hallock S Vining M Kohler W Taylor W Micha Row2 Mr E Hubbard Coach R Moore N Buel L Hubbard R Pommerer F Haverly B Rogers D Buel Not Present R Hrtchcock B Matuce W Kmskem Sprxng Grand Gorge Margaretv111e Schohar1e Sharon Sprlngs bA1dd1eburg Berne Knox Delanson R1chmondv111e JeHerson Grand Gorge Fall Delanson Berne Knox hA1dd1eburg Schohar1e Jefferson Bmeball C The! 'Mb .4 L 3 z ' V 9 11 ' o 4 ' 6 5 ' 10 19 4 8 19 3 ' ' 4 z 25 2 5 6 9 4 4 3 ' 5 12 , ' '5 1 V 9 5 M CHORUS Row 1 S Mueller H Dent A Stewart S Dunham D Denny F VanAken L Merwzn C Stckler P Wlckert I Fuller C Parlxman S Summers Row2 Mr Davenport J Beers F Newcomb N Cross D Brownell I Latta V Gregory P Be ker S Brown F Hoyt L Moore G Lana C Acello R Matuce I Fancher B Brown R Ormsbee Pelfer Row3 Becker A Cater E Proudman P West M Hubbard D Vradenburg M McVady M Valdez Cutler A Comne A Snyder C Cutler B Proudmen M Clark R Bramerd M Kohler Marquxt M Burns Hubbard I Traver R. Moore G Hallock E Drebxtko F Ballard :ETS KN, mls Charm and Bama' Aciwzizef HE Grlboa chorus sang at school assemblies twlce thts year 1nclud1ng three selecttons for the Chnstmas operetta They sang at the Coblesklll Fest1va1 and the school Sprlng P T A MUSIC program The band played at assembly programs throughout the year Programs rn cluded P T A Sprlng Mus1c Program, County Festtval at Cobleskxll and Prattsvtlle Memor1al Day Parade After the January exam week the band was enlarged to 35 pleces, brmgxng 1n new brass, reed and percussron members Mr Davenport 3 3 l 1 . ' , . , . . , . . Ni' 1 .I . . - . - . - . - - . - . - . : D. , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , N- . - ' . - . - . . . - ' . - ' . - . I. ', . . Row 4: D. Cornell, D. Kishpaugh, F. Haverly, W. Denny, C, Leger, R. Leger, F. Ermlich, F, Wickert, L- . - . . . . . ' . . . u r Q x I ag. li 4 ml NX . . . M . . . . , . . Row 1 Row2 Row 3 Row 4 Ballard Braren F Newcomb D Becker S Dunham, D Denny F Van Beers Hallock F Wxckert R Leger H Dent,J Marqmt F Hallock P Becker, C Leger W Taylor P Wlckert C Acello Mr Davenport Not Present C Snckler F Ermhch J Barley S Plmkenhorn I Braren F A Cater, C N Cutler, I G Latta G Akeu J Fuller 0,14 M044 TWMWS F Hoyt L Moore J Lana C Braren M Clark B Proudman Not present C Traulsen 34 . A 7. O I 1 :A 7 x B X - K! a X B ' 'it ,1 . . 6 I , A I .F f i 52- 'n '- f -'c , - - ' 'FN AQ ' H Q 3 x . , . , . . - . - - - - I QQ -' L J5 V oo' f? UV 15 JC 0'1- lo Q0 'W CO Rowl A Stewart S Vmxng F Haverly C Bra.ren Row2 C Buel A Comne S Brown L Moore P Law Row3 P Hughes R Leger Mt Peckham R Pommerer R Mace X. 'Q PboI03mPb Club 'N UIIID 7- xv' r'5 SWWW CWM ffm ' 1 rc-sT'3 N Row 1 L Beers, S Summers, M Mc Vady, L Merwrn, E Mower, F Van Aken Row2 F Haverly, N Cross, A Mc Vady, I Fancher Row3 Mr Dinteman, G Dent, R Leger, R Jackson, M Kohler 35 ' ,333e.e2:5.':-if ' Q' V in , LY 4 of Vlyi 1' 'I - LL , A i SY .5 S " ' ' .gk ,A ' S T , , ,I Q 1 fa ' . f. 'F 'Q J- ,M Q- . of 4' G:-2" H 'Q 43-v S vpn' -we ,wr .,, N, , A 1 I !f' . 1' . A Ag , , f A. X95 . gh C4 - Li, 6 N I QM' 7 fx Fi! f Dwlwwmc 4'-? ll? fl-WC f 4 B9 1-.v Rowl E Drebrtko M Braxnerd N Cross Mrss Macdonald Row2 M Ermhch D Bramerd S Vmrng R Pommerer A Delmar M if Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Vradenburg D Anderson P Wrckert Mrss F Ogbrn B Jordan C Cutler Snyder,I Jackson, N Parlrman, E Granby, F Newcomb, M Yommg, C Haskrn, H Dem Slckler Fuller, N Cutler, I Balley, C Acello, D Jackson, F Van Aken,J Fuller, P West 36 A Egg Rowl Mr Nell V Mace P Fancher R Mace R Germond F Wncken Ir W Taylor Mr Wlckerr Row2 I Pe1fer I Beers F Ballard H Kezth G Hallock W Denny W Kmskem Row3 R Hrtchcock F Brown F Pexfer G Van Wormer T Haskm B Mamce P Robmson C Buel Row4 A Murray R Haskm L Hubbard W Tracey R Myers W Picket N Tompkins Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 Bums A Conme D Becker M Hubbard P Law J Henshaw Gregory D Brownell M Young E Rogers D Denny Stewart Mrs Haskm Mrs Day D Jackson Becker C Rogers S Brown 37 img, -en' 7 X mf, f.'..0+ 4 '7 PHA HE F H A orgam zat1on has been actwe for several years and 15 one of the largest clubs 1n our school Dur1ng the year we held several bake sales auc tlons group partles and at least one dance The money obtamed from these act1v1 tres 1S used to send the g1rls to the F H A Camp fortwo weeks dunng the summer We belong to both the State and Nat1onal orgamza tlons and have a srster chap ter 1n Italy wrth whom we ex change letters, rdeas and suggeshons I' tx i . ,..,. ..,. F ' . FEL .1 as I J L' f 0 f i L Xt Q r Wy as ' + be N 1. -n .--.fu I fc. xli , :ull ,-"LEW P . '?lR"1Y' lf 'X 4" s F A r' u -da n : M. , . ' , . , . , . , . . l ' ' . ' : V. , . , . , . , . . ' : A. , . ', . , . . ' ' - : M. , . , . . ' , HF! ww Rowl S Dunham A Robxnson xx Commev M Row2 A Cater G Lana Mr liovansxan M Pexfer R Cater xx. Mr Delmasuo B Fancher F Nxckerson F LeRoy French Club femme Club KW C6 ' 'U i 1 I Traver, F Ermlich, Mus! Ludlum, C Leger " iffiguy W W I i V i ,, ' F Q ff , , rn N A 'A ', ply, ' f , hjkfcs ' , , i 4' . ' f,, ' n I - M Ln oo W ,.,,,,,, A,,, ' U ,H . A 1' 4 T , Q.-.A ' W ff . ' I, u , X W ww Ed X 1 . X I . ,L V F - Z4 gi' an Gw- Libvdw M ,ii 1 1 jd: f I 'VI i Rowl L Haskm W Drebntko D Tompkins M Bramerd F German Standmg Mus Ogbin Not Present Oliver Mattice 2' 2 Qt 5 0 5. HE llbrary squad made up of volunteers from the Junlor Hlgh helps carry on the routlne work of the hbrary Members of th1s group assxst 1n s11p pmg and shelvmg books not1fymg students of overdues and fmes schedulmg motxon p1ctures preparxng new magazmes and books for clrculatmon mendmg d amaged volumes and carrymg on other act1v1t1es essentxal to the smooth op eratlon of the llbrary Mxss F Ogbxn CLASS FLOWER '52 E chose the Whlte carnatlon as our class flower ln our Jumor year The carnat1on 15 over 2000 years old It s1gn1f1es the strength courage sk1l1 and amb1t1on of our class members From the wh1te carnatlon we gaxn the charactenstxcs of truthfulness loy alty and purlty We are xnfluenced by the carnatlon and shall strlve to bu11d a much better and stronger world 4'-1 .L ' Louxse Moore 52 . Y 39 Try J .- Y 5 e - L Lvf: New ' Ft-L .!f... . 1 fi ' 6 F . ll lk Ill lk 4' lk Il Ill Ik lk 1 lk Ik if Ik 4' i :ly NL, ' ff , -- ' ' 'E f-1,-f 1 f :RLIAEM ,INN V 1, ,-!,Qx 1-. X I. iw ,V T f Y Y, Rqfuelmcg fmlzon f-Mio. .-fgswhh 'QW Rowl C Haskrn D Brownell Mrs Haskm A Conine I Heruhaw Row2 Mrs Mrller D Vradenburgh L Moore P Becker V Gregory E Granby Mrs Day E Proudman C Srckler Row3 R Mace R Haskm W Tracey R Germond F Brown H Newcomb C Leger H Kerth D LaTourette F Ermhch UR cafeterxa plays an lmportant role ln our school program Full course meals are served for twenty cents The menus have been sclen t1f1cally planned to rnclude the bas1c seven 1n the proper proportlons The staff 1nc1udes Mrs Day Mrs Haskrn, and Mrs M111er There are also several students who help 1n planrnng prov1d1ng and servzng the lunch so that everyone may enjoy a nour1sh1ng and tasty noon meal Twxce a year full course turkey drnners are served at the regular pr1c e s Mrs Day ref i'i3.Qf X, -6 X X LQ K 7 K ,aw z WZ I I 40 --,,, A NRL? -H ' , s gs in t fl la ' LA tr sa X V3 I Q ' jr ' J 1 f -' H' I 'x ' F f A Q A -up W. ' in C a..,f,. l . . , . G - I o . V rf-N KZ3 U ' 32 iv X f Tmnyzoffif r'- in-wav 'Q ! Rowl G Oakley F Nxckerson O Wnght I Mamce Row2 N Gramoun F Conme M Rlon C Castle F Wyckoff G Balley Bwwmg H Regular, G Fredenbuxgh 41 CMSWM S - M.-,mam WM: f -.': : ,gi:,1SAwn'+f.anluulln."N-.m I-r-fzwfv-mana-f:uJ.we 4.1 aww- , . ,,. F ! W ' . - ,,. g I i I Fx 'L .4 A g F ' , ' 1' Y ! m T ' up , .1-,gf L, g 9 , -Q' A Q I 4- , 4 ,L iw 4 f. , v if , f A - A 1 . - if 1 2 ' . I R 4' Q 1 o . ts. a ' Homemakzng Room UR homemakxng room has been newly paxnted and equlpped wxth a new e1ectr1c stove cupboard and work surfaces Thxs room IS popular w1th all the students as they enjoy the home 11ke atmosphere The followmg courses were offered to the students th1s year Foods and Home Nursmg C1oth1ng and Interlor Decorat1on Home and Famlly Re1at1onsh1p Fam11y Re1at1onsh1p Chxld Care and Guxdance Seventh and Ezghth Grade Homemakxng Mrs Day 42 . x,,1'-ww' , ' s. I f 2 N , -.ww ' ' A B' K I ' " , MBI! ' 1 'A lg I , -. . X mf.. V 2-I 'H 'V 9 ,..- ,.,.f-ff- , ,,,,- ' .av -' t , . 1 I ' . . Acgffzcufiuml fbqv N the agnculture shop and classroom 15 found the near est approach to "Mark Hopkms on one end of the log and the boy on the other" that we have In school Boys are taught how to get out of domg work' Better methods of domg thmgs wzth thelr hands and brams has enabled the Amencan farmer to do a better Job than any on earth and departments lxke th1s are greatly respons1b1e for that eff1c1ency Mr Fred Wicker! fs! QTT1'-I A.-S gg-I vm 'S P 43 Instructor 4 QD - X 1 x - 3' "' , E N i R Leger Mr Whuney S Vmxng E Drebxtko Dzfweff Tmmmcg' HE Dr1ver Educat1on program 1n the Gllboa School 1S part of a state w1de program to provlde progect tra1n1ng for new dr1vers Thls 1S part1cu1ar1y lmportant 1n the teen age group whxch It serves sxnce lt IS th1S group whxch has had the hlghest traff1c fatallty record Schoharle County was the f1rst county ln thls state to have a com plete drxver educatlon program 1n all of 1ts schools Thxs program IS under the supervzslon of the State Educatxon Department of Motor Ve hxcles Here at Gxlboa the dual control car IS furmshed by Plndar and Son Chevrolet dealer of Grand Gorge through the cooperatzon of the Amer 1can Automob1le Assocmatxon Tralmng for both hlgh school classes and courses IH Adult Educatwn are offered Mr Whuney Yhv 4' X Q t i ff f- XL IE. T3 Xxw ii, Ju Im WH sm , 44 I f f I E ' fa- AQ... . 3 ,r . ge X 5, A l , . QJ, - 4 ,4 8 sg 5 r u X . , 1-rv? Qu ' Bu., . 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I 1 Russell Germond Fred Wxckert Wayne Taylor Vrctor Mace HE trlp to Kansas Clty was one I wxll always treasure be cause It gave me good opportun1t1es to get acqualnted wlth other members of the Future Farmers of Amerxca I would hke to say that any boy that goes to Kansas C1tyw111 come home w1th a memory of good tlmes and experlence wzth other boys My thanks go to Mr Wxckert my advxsor our Chapter he Board of Educatlon and the F F A --Victor Mace '52 45 9' M Cecll Beers Lynn Cammer Paul MacLen1then Mary Myers Agnes Tompk1ns Gladys Schermerhorn Helen Welr Ernestlne Becker Ethel Buel Mary Dlsbrow Cl1fton Hoagland Sarah Lafferty Emerson Mead Lester Patchm Mxldred Stryker Alta Tompkms Hazel Beers Mxldred Case MRTJOTIC Decker Mar-jorle De Wxtt Cllfford Enderhn Elmor Lee Esther Rxchtrnyer Iola Stewart Otto Vrooman Dorothy B1v1ns George Buel Myrtle Clark Edward Emmons Evelyn Hubbard Ina Belle Hubbard Florence Krleger Arthur Patchln Evelyn Scutt Elmore Tompk1ns Rxta Voorhees Lynden H111 Paullne Faulkner Raymond Fredenburgh Evelyn Hummel Alton K1ngsley Helen Kr1eger Alumni Class of 1931 Marr1ed Mar1on Enderlm 1 chxld farmer ln Prattsv1l1e Marr1ed 6 chlldren farmer 1n Roxbury Marr1ed Contractor Depos1t N Y Mrs Walter Corrlwell 3 chlldren Maryland Mrs Earl Coons Coblesk1ll Deceased Secretary for Carman s rn Prattsvzlle lxves ln Ashland Mrs Mrs Mrs Marr Mrs Seam Marr Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Class of 1932 Ralph Fowler Z chlldren G11b0a Russell Freeman 3 chxldren G1lboa Lou1s Van Loan Lexmgton 1ed Z chxldren works for Lxght Co Grand Gorge George Gerstner Utlca an U S Merchant Mar1ne 1ed farmer 1n Lxnlethgo N Y Maurlce Frazee Jr Z ch1ldren South G1lboa W1ll1am Blan Hartford Connectlcut Class of 1933 John Henry Brlggs 4 chlldren Prattsvllle Amos K1ng Z chxldren Blenhexm Douglas Leonard 1 chlld Otego Herbert Hallenbeck, Chatham Marrxed Ellnor Lee 3 chlldren farmer 1n Prattsvl e Mrs Clxfford Ender11n 3 chlldren farmer ln Prattsv1lle Mrs Edward Tompkms 1 ch1ld G1lboa Mrs Alfred Volker Z chlldren Purhng Workmg for Masters Degree Umverslty of Colorado Class of 1934 Mrs Vxncent Stewart Z chlldren G1lboa Works 1n G1lboa Garage Mrs Myrtle Stead 5 chxldren Wlndham Marr1ed 4 ch1ldren C1cero N Y Mrs Cllfford Taylor 3 ch1ldren Frankhnton Works ln G E Schenectady lnvoxce Clerk for B Altman 81 Co New York Mrs George Barley lchxld G1lboa Marr1ed Z chxldren Maryland New York Mrs Joseph Haesslln 3chxldren Earlvllle Marr1ed to Lunetta Rappleyea 3 ch1ldren Prattsv11le Class of 1935 Mrs Cleneth Barkman Z chxldren Prattsv1lle Marr1ed Evelyn Delamarter Z chxldren Prattsvxlle Mrs Walter McKean l chxld Macedon Marr1ed Clara Thormgton 4 cluldren G1lboa At home 1n G1lboa 47 4 I I I I 1 1 1 1 . 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Dorls Vrooman Mar1an Walley Hattxe Anthony Paul Becker R1chard Brandow Dorothy Buel Frank Chalxfouri' Marr Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Class of 1935 fCont1nued 1ed Z chxldren gas statxon ln Mxddleburgh Walter Mueller 5 ch1ldren Mxddleburgh Cecll Morse lchxld Prattsvllle George Tuttle Duanesburg Walter Schm1dt Z ch1ldren Athens Robert Tompklns lchxld Prattsv1l1e Marrxed Z ch1ldren farmer 1n Blenhe1m Class of 1936 Marr1ed Peggy Clark l chlld honey farm 1n Conesvllle Mrs Charles Hapek Jackson Hexghts Long Island Marr1ed V1rg1n1a Gray Z ch1ldren manages Vlctory Store Grand Gorge Marr1ed C1v1l Engmeer Rensselaer Mrs Elwxn Moseman 5 ch1ldren Prattsvllle Mrs Sherwood Tompkms 1 chxld Prattsvrlle Mrs Fredenck Glavxn 3 ch1ldren Prattsvllle Marr1ed Alberta Colwell Z ch1ldren Prattsvxlle Marr1ed Z ch1ldren Mrlford Mrs Gladsby Shaffer 1 chlld North Blenhe1m Marr1ed Marxon Gallagher Z ch1ldren farmer 1n Mrs Harry Chase Z ch1ldren Schenectady Mrs Kenneth Petonke Schenectady Mrs Alton K1ngsley 4 ch1ldren G1lboa Class of 1937 North Blenhe1m Marr1ed 3 ch1ldren pa1nter at Stamford Body Works Marr1ed l chxld Capta1n U S Army Medlcal Center Wash D C Marr1ed 5 ch1ldren Capta1n U S Army Statxoned 1n PaC1f1C Mrs Anthony Sm1ge1sk1 1 chlld Rochester Mrs Joseph Lewxs 1 ch1ld Schenectady Mrs Francls Scott l chxld teacher at Schenevus N Marr1ed Carollna V1cev1ch 3 ch1ldren Albany Marr1ed Alleln Knox 3 ch1ldren salesman 1n Delhx Mrs Everett Latt1mer Glenrnont Marr1ed Dalsy Regular 1 chlld Farmer ln Blenhe1m Marr1ed 1 ch1ld New York C1ty Truck1ng busrness xn G1lboa Marr1ed Blanch Sharpe Z ch1ldren farmer ln G1lboa Class of 1938 Mrs Frank Wyckoff Z ch1ldren G1lboa Mrs Asa Traux 3 ch1ldren Hobart Mrs Charles Hoagland Z ch1ldren Lexlngton Marr1ed Kathleen Rogers 2 ch1ldren farmer 1n G1lboa Marr1ed Z ch1ldren Nashua New Hampshlre Marr1ed Geraldlne Southard 2 ch1ldren Schenectady Works mn Montgomery Ward 11ves 1n Mlddleburgh Mrs R1chard Brady 2 ch1ldren Roxbury Mrs Robert Delanoy Z ch1ldren Grand Gorge Marr1ed Mxldred Case Z ch1ldren North Blenhe1m Marr1ed Laura Wrxght Z ch1ldren U S Arr Force Nebraska Teacher at Unlverslty of Wlsconsln Marr1ed Evelyn H1ll1ker Z ch1ldren grocer 1n G1lboa Marr1ed Florence Brady Z ch1ldren farmer rn Guxnea Mrs Claude Castle 4 chxldren G1lboa Dental hyglenxst at Mxddleburgh Home on farm 1n Potters Hollow Mrs Charles Tryon Z ch1ldren Norton H111 Mrs Herschel Garr1son New Jersey Mrs Alexander Anderson Z ch1ldren W1ndham Secretary State Commerce Department Albany Mrs Stanley Brown 1 chlld G1lboa Class of 1939 Mrs Dav1d Bourdeau 4 ch1ldren Esperence Marr1ed Vxrglma Van Vorxs 2 ch1ldren Grand Gorge Marr1ed Florence Bates 1 chlld farmer ln Potters Hollow Mrs Alan Graham Z ch1ldren North Syracuse New York C1ty 48 ' 1 . , . , . . . - 1 1 I 1 1 1 A 1 1 l - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 l I I . , . 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' 0 1 1 Glenda Cook"' Mary Deyo Vera Faulkner Phyllxs Flsher Thelma Fuller Joe Gallo Dorothy Gray Marxan Hmman Norman Hoag Ceha Jackson Florence Kane Bernard Keyser Alllen Knox Roberta Knox John Leger Vera Mace Ford Mattlce V1rg1n1a Moore Neysa Stryker Gerald Sutton Dor1s Thorpe Marjorle Traver Marlon Wyckoff M1ldred Wyckoff Rosemary Wyckoff Carl Zlnneri' Hazel Buel Gerald1ne Clapper Lawrence Cornell Evelyn Fxnch Madellne Fredenburgh Ellen Gray Ol1n H1nman W1n1fred Hubbard Ruth K1l1an Margaret McCorm1ck Charles Mc Lemore'9' James Myers Helena Nlckerson Kenneth Rappleyea Franklm Rlckard Ilona Russell Freda Schermerhorn Betty Stryker Dorothy Swartz? Jean Swartz' Robert Todd John Welhaveni' Clxnton Wyckoff W1ll1am Barton Savella Beers Helen Buel Venzx C1arav1no Carlton Conro Helen Cook Roger Germond W1ll1am Gregory Ralph Knox Robert Leger Robert Maben Irene Mace Stewart Mace Irene Mead Loulse Peckham George Schermerhorn Sern1lda Slater K1eran Spencer Mrs Harold Colhns Stamford Mrs Ralph Colson 1 child Schenectady Mrs Dewltt Cook 2 ch1ldren Potter Hollow Mrs Charles Tommola Z ch1ldren Coxsackle Mrs Plerce Frtzgerald 2. ch1ldren North Blenhelm Married 1 ch1ld lumberman mn Grand Gorge Mrs Wallace Caspersen Z ch1ldren Emmaus Pennsylvanla Mrs Edward Carner l ch1ld Mlddleburgh Marr1ed l ch1ld c1v1l englneer Oneonta Mrs Wlllxam Harrxs 2 ch1ldren Valley Bend West V1rg1n1a Deceased Marr1ed Marlon Craft Z ch1ldren North Blenhe1m Mrs Laurence Regular 3 ch1ldren Delh1 Mrs Raymond Scov1lle Mlddleburgh Marr1ed Betty Smlth 2 ch1ldren U S Axr Force Nebraska Mrs Wxllxam Brooks 3 ch1ldren Mlddleburgh Laboratory Techn1c1an Knolls Atom1c Lab Schenectady Mrs Harold Peterson lch1ld M1ddleburgh Mrs Charles Reynolds 2 ch1ldren Gxlboa Farrnrng 1n Blenhelm Mrs Henry Solomon Ballston Lake New York Mrs Edlson Gardner 2. ch1ldren Castleton New York Secretary New York Clty Secretary at Alredale Worsted M1115 New York Clty Secretary at G C S Married Long Island Class of 1940 Mrs Harry Peckham l ch1ld Prattsvxlle Med1cal technologxst 1n Columbla Memor1al Hudson Marr1ed 2 ch1ldren Otego Mrs Roger Ste1ner Z chxldren Grand Gorge Assembly work at Collete Manufacturmg Company Stamford Works xn General Electrxc Schenectady Mrs Rudolph Blakeslee Z ch1ldren Ravena Mrs Donald Cronk Z ch1ldren Prattsv1lle Mrs John Hask1n 1 ch1ld M1ddleburgh Marr1ed farm1ng 1n North Carol1na Marr1ed Vxola Soehl l ch1ld Lev1ttown New York Frank Wxley 3 ch1ldren Vlctor New York Marr1ed Z ch1ldren farm1ng ln Stamford Mrs Kenneth Snow 2 ch1ldren Hobart Mrs Lyle Marqu1t Z ch1ldren Prattsvllle Mrs Harold Gray Prattsv1lle lst grade teacher G C Hempstead Long Island Marr1ed Hempstead Long Island Marr1ed Norw1ch N Y Chrropodlst 1n Flor1da Marr1ed 2 ch1ldren Albany Class of 1941 Sales Manager Stewarts lce Cream Co Kxngston New York Mrs Robert Maben 1 ch1ld Prattsvmlle Mrs Robert Germond 1 ch1ld Gxlboa Mrs Walter E Wlckham Jr 4 ch1ldren Schenectady Marr1ed Z ch1ldren Nash salesman Kansas Clty Mrs Hoble Herrlng l ch1ld Stamford Marr1ed Helen Buel l ch1ld farmer xn Gllboa Marrxed Genev1eve Buel l ch1ld Schoharle County game warden Marr1ed Dorothea Evans 1 ch1ld salesman Spauld1ng Bakery Marr1ed V1rg1n1a Hartllne 2 ch1ldren College of Forestry Malne Marr1ed Savella Beers 1 ch1ld farmer 1n Prattsvxlle Mrs Carl Rwenburg 3 ch1ldren M1ddleburgh Marr1ed Clyda Ba1ley farmer 1n Mackey Mrs Alfred Layman 4 ch1ldren Oneonta Mrs Caleb Watklns l ch1ld Maryland New York Marr1ed L1ll1an Stelner farmer 1n Prattsv1lle Mrs Edward Tompkms 5 ch1ldren Prattsv1lle Marr1ed Mlldred Van Wormer C1Vll Engxneer ln Albany l1ves 1nWatervl1et 49 o I 1 ' b 1 l 1 0 l , - ' . . . , , ' , I . . , A. ' , . , . , . . . . I l , , ' U I . ' . . , . ' . . . , . . . . .' . 1 1 , ,, . . . Y . I , u , . , . . . ' . . . , . ' . 9 . ' . . . , . Y . ' h. . .. D . H . , . 1 . ' ! ! 'a . . ' ' . . . t 1 . ' ' I I l . ' . , . . . . . . . I . 1 . , . u . ,, . ' l . . . . I . . U 1 . , . . . , . ' . Winston Lewis Home in Gilboa . . . , . I . . ' . . . . . ' . , . ' . U . ' . ' ' .. . ' I I I y l 3 ' . ' . 1 . . , ' , , . .S. I . 3 l I Q . y I I I I . . , U . ' ' , . , . . , . 1 . . - . 0 l . 1 O1 . D . , . , I . I . . , . ' . , . ' . . , . . . , . ' . , . , . , . . . . . . ' . , , , , . , . . . . . . I . . . ' . O l I I . I . J ' I I . . . . , . . , . . , . ' . . , . . I . . . ,. 1 E1leen W1lson'l' Dorothy Brandow Roberta Buckley Ke1th Buell Grace Cha11four'l' V1rg11 Deyo Joyce Enderhn M11dred Gray Bermce H1l1"' Mlldred Hmman Marjorxe Keyser Mabel Klhan R1chard Lewxs V1olet Maben George Mc Ardle Joyce Peckham Charlotte Rose Marlon Scutt Georgette Stexner Lxlllan Stexner Hxlda Van Wormer Charles Vermrlyea Emma Boschettl Robert Buel Hazel Carl Loule Carman Ruth Case Dorls Cook' Lavlma De W1tt"' Edwln Fancher Wxlma Fancher Dorothy Haner Barbara Hess Robe rt Hlnman Dorothy Ryan' Betty Thorpe Josephlne Traver Jenn1e Va1ent1"' Clarence Van Valkenburgh Harold Van Wormer Clyda Ba11ey Hllda Brand Paul1ne Comne W11ma Conro Reta Cross Ruth Dav1s Class of 1941 Contmued Mrs Stephen Slndom, works rn Maqua Company Schenectady Class of 1942 Nurse at Syracuse Memor1al Hospltal Nurse Brooklyn New York Marrxed L1ll1an L1nes 3 ch1ldren merchant ln South G1lboa New York C1ty K1l1ed ln actlon World War II Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Robert Tompkxns 3 ch1ldren Ashland George Frank Glenrzdge Sanatorlum Schenectady Frankhn Nlckerson Z ch1ldren Prattsv1lle Raymond Beaudette Sllngerlands New York Donald Pfezffer works 1n Maqua Company Schenectady Charles Blegel 3 ch1ldren Ashland Chlcken Farmer 1n G1lboa Mrs W1ll1s Spauldxng 1 ch1ld Prattsvxlle Deceased Stenographer at Homer Folks Hosp1ta1 Oneonta Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Ward Mackey Z ch1ldren M1ddletown Kenneth Mom1nee 2 ch1ldren Albany Wxlham G1vens Prattsvxlle George Schermerhorn Jr Prattsv11le Gordon Reed 4 ch1ldren Schoharle Pastor Flrst Baptxst Church Weston Mxchxgan Class of 1943 Mrs Ernest Parsons Z ch1ldren Oneonta Marrled 2 ch1ldren attendant at Blnghamton State Hosp1tal Mrs Orvllle Clark 4 ch1ldren G1lboa Marrxed 4 ch1ldren Manager Truckmg Company Prattsvxlle Mrs Asa Sutton 2 ch1ldren Blenhexm Mrs Robert K1rk Z ch1ldren Rochester Mrs Jasper Lexth 1 ch1ld Albany Stockroom Foreman W1ll Corporatlon Baltlmore Maryland Mrs R1chard I-Iarty lchxld Coxsack1e Mrs Ellms K1rk 2 ch1ldren G1lboa Mrs Arther Patlerne Z ch1ldren Schenectady Works 1n General Electr1c, Schenectady Mrs John Klxndtworth 1 chlld New York Doctor s secretary ln Boston Massachusetts Mrs Clarence Van Valkenburgh 3 ch1ldren Lexlngton Mrs Robert Laux Grand Gorge Marrled Josephxne Traver 2 ch1ldren farmer 1n Lexxngton Marrxed lxves 1n Blenhe1m Class of 1944 Mrs Stewart Mace Mackey D1et1c1an's a1de Samarxtan Hospltal Troy Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Harvey Osborn Z ch1ldren Gllbertsvxlle Albert Jones Z ch1ldren G1lboa Donald Plankenhorn Prattsvllle Frank Weaver 4 children Jefferson Edsel Deyo Edward Gray Myrtle K1l1an Donald Lewls Ol1ve Mead' Kathleen Musgrave Henry Peck Genev1eve Post Dora Schermerhorn Margaret Tompklns Betty Van Valkenburgh Armando Boschettx Sh1rley Cammer Mary Case Traxmng for store manager Sears Roebuck Pottsv1lle Pennsylvama Marrled Vlctory Store manager Margaretvllle Mrs Edward Scott 1 chxld Albany Student at Cornell Umversxty Home 1n Manorkzll Mrs Dav1d Truesdell 1 chlld Prattsvllle Marrled Dora Schermerhorn 1 chlld Prattsvllle Mrs Vetal Quakenbush, 3 ch1ldren Prattsville Mrs Henry Peck lch11d Prattsvllle Mrs Albert Hough 3 chxldren Maryland Mrs Ralph Grmnell bookkeeper Bmghamton Class of 1945 Marrxed 1 ch1ld Chemlst Lawrenceburg lndxana Farmer 1n Prattsvllle Workmg at home 50 works for Carman C ' J , , . . . . , 1 1 . . . . . 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' .1, 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 D Frankl1n Clapper Mary Davls Phyllis DeWell Donald Dunham Margaret Fredenburgh Joan Hess Ethel Joslyn Lewls Kohler Ronald Latta Ruth Leger Katherxne Losee Cathryn Mattxce Charles Meeker Robert Traver Mxldred Van Wormer Robert Brownell Vllma Cole Fanchon De Well Kathleen De Wltt Irene Ferr1s Mar-1or1e Foland Wxlma Haverly Betty Hubbard Glenda Keyser Florence Layman Kathleen La Tourrette Dorxs Menusan Rose M1ller Thomas O'Hara Charlotte Pommerer Roberta Pommerer Elsle Schermerhorn Irvln Tompk1ns Mxldred Waterman Thomas Becker El1zabeth Bev1ns Genevleve Buel Marmlyn Cammer Llncoln Faulkner John Forgas Bern1ce Fuller Byron Haverly N1ckolas Jurled Golda Nlckerson Bonn1e Cwens Charlotte Rwenburg Harry Van Wormer Franc1s Ambroslno Donald Brandow Dorothy Bremer Donald Buell Joseph1ne Campanella George Cataldo L1ll1an Con1ne Dayton De W1tt Robert Fancher Barney Fuller Bermce Gregory Ralph Hadden Ehzabeth Kehler W1lfred Latta Marlon Lozler Arlene Taylor Marrled Phyllls DeWell l chxld farmer ln Mxddleburgh Mrs James Comrnarto, 1 chxld Schenectady Mrs Frankhn Clapper l chmld Mlddleburgh Marrxed Arlene Samascott 1n Navy, statxoned ln Medxterraman Thlrd grade teacher West Wmfxeld School Mrs Charles Mullen Homemakmg teacher at Hartford School Mrs Harold Bedford, Jefferson Works for Conservatmon Department G1lboa Marrxed lchlld Sen1or Clerk State L1brary Albany Mrs Ruth Dozler l ch1ld School nurse Gxlboa Mrs Lezghton Scudder Flelschmanns Post offxce clerk, G1lboa Marrxed Mar1lyn Mlller Prattsvllle Farmer xn Prattsvllle Mrs K1eran Spencer l1ves 1n Watervlxet Class of 1946 Marrxed 2 ch1ldren barber 1n Schenectady Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Com Robert Mzller 1 chxld Prattsvxlle Lyndon Cornell l chxld Blenhelm Theodore Dart Z children Syracuse Robert Harrxson Syracuse Robert Olson Z chlldren Medusa Ben Shultes North Blenhelm Tom O'Hara Z chlldren Prattsv11le ptometer at G E Schenectady Mrs Gene Dunham l chxld Grand Gorge Mrs Francls Mlller L1V1ngStOn Manor Home 1n G1lboa Mrs Donald Mace 1 chxld Breakabeen Marrxed Betty Hubbard Z chxldren owns a Regxstered Nurse Strong Memor1al Hospital, Rochester Artlst at Seneca Textxle Company New York C1ty Mrs Howard M1ckle Mxddleburgh Secretary rn L1v1ngston New York U S Army Mrs Charles McMullen Z chxldren I-lensonv1lle Class of 1947 Army West Point N Y Mrs Donald Hlllxker l chlld G1lboa Mrs W1ll1am Gregory l chxld G1lboa Mrs Howard Bedford 1 chxld Jefferson Offxcer Candldate School Fort Benmng Ga Student at Slena College Loudonvllle N Y Mrs Edward Hoffman Z chlldren Loudonvllle In the Army statloned 1n Austrxa Student at Cornell Unxverslty Mrs Egbert Jones 1 chlld Tannersvxlle Home 1n G1lboa Home 1n G1lboa U S Army Germany Class of 1948 Works 1n G E Schenectady Marr1ed Arvessa Cleveland 1 chlld G1lboa Mrs Lewxs Kohler 1 chlld G1lboa Runs farm zn G1lboa Mrs Ellwood Speanburg 1 chlld Prattsvllle Houghton College Houghton New York Ch1ld's Nurse IH New York Clty U S Army Korea Marned Dorls Germond Z ch1ldren works ln Creamery Works m Army Depot Schenectady Mrs Davrd Elhs Falmouth Mass Dxscharged from Army lwlng ln East Branch New York Mrs Danny Underwood Roxbury U S Army Germany Studylng muslc 1n England Sen1or Oneonta State Teachers College engaged to Harold Steadman 51 June Thorpe D ' ' ' I , U.S. , ' . . . . . 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