Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY)

 - Class of 1945

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The Senior Class of Glens Falls High School Glens Falls, New York presents V even RED cmd BLACK for 1945 A r K.- L-H 7"'b1i-1-T-Q-'i'lf +4-ALJ.. E ' -.1 - f 1 - - 'basl Wie, Xr'n'e.ndsh1P? 02.510 he 'SPOKC-np Wdvf made what Wo"k:"8 hf-Ven ' 'mo' Tae P ' Ana when uf made so deaf, ' L 4 x 1- H Wlulf, 6 5:8512 Q J"' We.. SHI! SHAW Iovf. mU3T AC-55' Ya 1 Ono gvanfi ON Glens RRSNQQS- 1 3 I 4 5 3 3 1 5 2 E ! i 5 2 2 Z Q I 1 P T. L ehitatiun During her many years as a teacher in the Glens Falls High School, Miss Reynolds has come to play an important role in the lives of all of us, either as vocational guidance director, sponsor for Girls' Hi-Y, or advisor to German Club. In each of these tasks, we recognize and respect her unlimited patience and her characteristic desire to help others. We, the Class of 1945, dedicate this yearbook to Miss Viola B. Reynolds. MISS VKQLA B. REYNOLDS An Apple For The Teacher The jarultp MR. ALEXANDER W. MILLER, Snpf. MR. WILLIAM H. BROWN, Prifzripal MISS DELLA MCALLEY, Secretary MIss JEAN NEWBERRY, Secrelary Miss Sarah A. Adriance Miss Helen S. Gahimer Mrs. Hilah F. Newton Miss Harriet L. Aiken ton leavej Mr. Alexander S. Gillan fon leavej Miss Elizabeth T. Nowlan Miss Marjorie L. Allen fon leavej Mr. Edgar Grant Mr. Roy V. Orendorf fon leave, Mr. Sherwood D. Allen Mr. Kenneth F. Happy fon leavej Mrs. Roberta Randall Mr. Thomas F. Allen Miss Hilda E. Hayes Mr. Robert R. Rathbone fon leavej Miss Genevieve E. Bazinet Mr. Harry Helmer Mr. William Reeves fon leavej Mr. CliHord K. Bosworth Mrs. Rita A. Housman Miss Elizabeth L. Renner Miss Marion M. E. Broadbent Mr. Marvin Howe fon leavej Miss Viola B. Reynolds Mrs. Mary M. Burke Mr. Robert N. King form leavej Mr. Walter H. Robinson Miss Ruth M. Bussey Mr. Robert B. Knapp Mr. Reginald T. Shultz fon leavej Miss Frieda M. Clausen Miss Viola F. Lesure Mr. john L. VanDerVoort Miss Lorraine B. Cushman Mr. Harold M. Long fon leavej Mr. Gerald Donnelly Miss Beatrice Mable Miss Laura E. Vroman Mrs. Curtis Duell Miss Lois P. McCarthy Mr. Willis F. Watson Qon leavej Mr. Basil S. Dwyer Qon leavej Miss Ann McCrea Mr. William H. Weaver Miss Eleanor H. Fish Miss Mabelle E. McNulty Miss Nola L. Wentworth Mrs, Katheryn Fitzgerald Miss Marjorie Merwin Mr. Maurice C. Whitney Mr. Willard Flynt fon leavej Mr. L. Franklin Moore fon leavej Miss Sara Gabriel Mr. Lawrence Newcomb fon leavej Tin Pan Alley eh anh Mark ,Staff Miss HELEN S. GAHIMER, Faculty Spomor Pfaolograpby Edilor Dorothy Diefendorf Photography Staff Mary Colios Dorothy Nelson Edna Oldham Martha Buckingham Ari Edilor Jane Homan Arr Szayf Rodney Stimson Dan Collins john Moses Feature Editor Gertrude Bayer Miss HELEN KULLMAN, Editor-in-Chief Arristam' Ediforr Sara Smith Glenn Shattuck Marilyn Stewart Betsy Ashley Christine Brown Dan Robertson Burirzesr Manager Leland Crosby Circulalion Managers' Nancy Allen Alan Longfritz Adverfiring Manager Lila Adams Adzferliring Staff Ann Carswell Tom Metzner Catherine Bishop Bertram Reiff Tom Hulsebosch Evelyn Collyer Bob Farrell Betty Clements Colleen Hogan Margaret Van Trump Shirley Ward janet Lemmon Albert Oudekerk ,lack Bishop Douglas Burch Dick Britt Shirley LaPoint Typing Editor Susan Pepe Typing Staff Norma Benjamin jean Denton Barbara Bullen Elizabeth Weeks Barbara Sweet W J J 1 GlENN ARVON SHATTUCK, ju. Emo Class President 4Q Assistant Editor of Red and Black5 Student Council 3, 45 Senior Play Production StalT5 Winter Carnival Attendantg Senior Announce- ment Committeeg Pageant Committee5 Boys' State Representativeg Senior Ball Committee5 Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Varsity Football 45 German Club 35 French Club 3Q Orchestra 25 Choir 25 Junior Ring Committeeg Bowling 4Q Gym Exhibition 2. Sleeping LELAND HORTON CROSBY C705 Class Secretary 4Q Gym Exhibition 2, 3g Bowling 2, 35 Student Council, Presi- dent 4Q Senior Ball COmmittee5 Varsity Football 2, 35 Honorary Captain 4g Track 25 Business Manager Red and Black5 Winter Carnival Attendant5 Wrestling2,35JuniorPromCommittee. F oolball and freplurcs ROBERT DENNIS FARRELL Fd1'l'6llJ'ki ClassTreasurer45Varsity Baseball3,45 Red and Black Adstaffg Student Coun- cil 3, President 4Q Class Vice-Presi- dent 35JuniOr Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg VVinter Carnival 4g German Club 35 Senior Recitalg Senior Play Castg Dramatics Club45 Interclass Basketballg Gym Exhibition. Gales andjfreplaces DANIEL LESLIE ROBERTSON Dan Class Vice-President 4g Assistant Edi- tor Red and Black5 Boys' Hi-Y 25 Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, Captain 4g Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4g Varsity Football 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 23 Student Council 45 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committeeg French Clubg Winter Carnival Attendant. Our lruck X1 LILA ADAMS Buck - Girls' State Representative 3, Class President 2 and 3, Red and Black Ad- stalf Manager, Girls' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, French Club 3, 4Q Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Junior Ring Committee, Production Stal? Senior Play, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop Committee, Student Activity Agent 2, 3, Winter Carnival Attendant, Junior Prom At- tendant, Winter Carnival Committee. People BEECHER EUGENE ALLEN Slubby Sophomore Hop Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Art Staff Red and Black, Hockey, Gym Exhibition. Fishing ou! of .reason NANCY HELEN ALLEN Nanfe Senior Recital, Senior Play Cast, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Student Forum 4, Girls' Hi-Y 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 41 Choir 2, Co-Circulation Manager Red and Black, Pageant Committee, Dra- matics Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Sopho- more Hop Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Softball 3, Basketball 2. Dog: and raw farrolr MARGARET ROMEYN ASHLEY Betxy Assistant Editor Red and Black, Girls Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Bowling 3, Basketball 4, Senior Play Production Staff, Gym Exhibition 2, G.A.C. 4. Fireplarer and Lake George BEATRICE MYRTLE BAKER Bea Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee, Interclass Basketball, Senior Play Production Staff, Fashion Show 4g Class Color Committee, Defense Stamp Agent 3. Flower: and sport: SANDRA DOLORES BAssocR Sandy Senior Play Production Staff, Senior Ball Committee, French Club 3, 4, Student Forum 3, Secretary 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Defense Stamp Agent 2, Patrons' Evening Committee 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Tennis 3. , RaveI':. Bolera GERTRUDE BAYER Geri Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Ball Committee, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Bowling 3, Senior Play Production Staff, Feature Editor Red and Black, Winter Carnival, Softball 2, 3, G.A.C. 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, Treasurer 4, Choir 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2. Hulem NORMA JUNE BEN JAMIN Ben Red and Black Typing Staff, Gym Ex- hibition 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, War Stamp Agent 2, Smoke Signals Typing Staff 4, Usher Senior Play, Usher Patrons' Evening Play. Dancing wiih "Red" CATHERINE AGNES BISHOP Biff? Red and Black Adstaff, Senior Play Production Staff, Senior Ball Commit- tee, French Club 3, Defense Stamp Agent 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Bowl- ing 2, 3, 4, Patrons' Evening Commit- tee 2, 4, Girls' Basketball 3, 43 Tennis 3. Ice cream 3 JOHN WILLIAM BISHOP lark Red and Black Adstaff, Varsity Foot- ball 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Jayvee Basketball 3, German Club 2, 3, Senior Play Pro- duction Staff, Intramural Bowling 3,4,IntramuralBasketball4,Orchestra 2, 3. Sport: ERNEST STEWART BOLSTER Bo lnterclass Basketball 2, Gym Exhibi- tion 2, Softball 2, Baseball Manager 3, 4, Wrestling. New York Yankee: MARY MARGARET BRANN Brandy Library Club 2, Girls' Hi-Y 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Commit- tee, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Bowling 3, Basketball 3, Hockey 2, Choir 2, 3, Sophomore Hop Committee, Northern Star Staff 2, Swimming 2, Softball 2, War Stamp Agent 3. Plzonograph rerordr THEODORE JAY BREEN Ted Bowling 45 Senior Play Production StaFf5 Track 3, 45 Gym Exhibition. Soulhernfried chicken ARTHUR RICHARD BRITT Dick Red and Black AclstafT5 Varsity Foot- ball 4Q Senior Ball Committee5 Senior Play Production Staffg Bowling 4. jazz CHRISTINE TALBOT BROWN Cbrirry Assistant Editor Red and Black5 Girls, Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 45 Student Coun- cil 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Winter Carnival Queen5Junior Prom Attendant5 French Club 2, 35 Senior Recitalg Junior Prom Committee5 G.A.C. 2, 35 Senior Play Production StafT5 Junior Ring Com- mittee5 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Senior Play Production Stalf. - Hamburg and onion.: MARTHA JANE BUCKINGHAM Baekie Gym Exhibition 3, 4g Choir 45 Defense Stamp Agent 3, 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Girls' Hi-Y 41 Junior Prom Queeng Cheer- leader 45 Patrons' Evening Commit- tee 45 Senior Play castg Photography Stal? Red and Black5 G.A.C. 45 Basketball 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3. "Milwaukee, BARBARA ANN BULLEN Tabby Basketball 25 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Choir 2, 35 Bowling 3, 45 Red and Black Starf5 G.A.C. 4. Convertilles and Don WALTER DOUGLAS BURCH Doug Red and Black Adstaff5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Inter- class basketballg Pageant Committee5 Sophomore Hop Committee. Rum ana' Cora-Cola ROBERT MoNTY CAMPBELL Soap German Club 25 Rifle Club 25 Varsity Football 3, 4Q Class Color Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Interclass Bas- ketball 25 Track 45 Swimming Club 25 Junior Varsity Football 25 Hockey 2, 3, 4g Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 45 Sopho- more Hop Committee5 Winter Carnival Committee 2. Lake George rummerr CATHERINE ANN CARSWELL Kay Ann French Club 3, 4g Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Red and Black Adstaf'f5 Girls' Hi-Y 45 Senior Play Production StaFf5 North- ern Star Staff 25 Junior Prom Attend- antg Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. O,Brier1 ARTHUR CHERNOFF Vaealianr FRANCES ANN CLARK Franny A Sailor BETTY CAROLYN CLEMENTS Clemie Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Choir 2, 45 De- fense Stamp Agent5 Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Bowling 3, 42 Student Council 2, 35 Senior Ball Committee5 Sopho- more Hop Committee5 Hockey 25 Stu- dent Activity Agent5 Red and Black Adstaff5 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 44 G.A.C. 2. .1 good time MARY HELAINE Couos Collie French Club 45 Business Manager Sen- ior Play Production Staff5 Red and Black Staff5 Orchestra 25 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Defense Stamp Agent 35 Bicycling 25 Hiking 25 Dramatics Club 3, 4. Central Park and Riverside Drive THEODOSIA IRENE COLIOS Theo Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Hiking 2, Soft- ball 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4. Slrausr' W allzex DANIEL FRANCIS COLLINS Punrlsy Red and Black Art Staff, Boys' Hi-Y 2, Student Council 2, 4, Vice-President 3, Jayvee Basketball 2, Varsity Basket- ball 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Winter Carnival Attendant, Sopho- more Hop Committee, Senior Ball Committee, French Club 3, Vice- President 4, Student Activity Agent, Northern Star Staff 2, Junior Ring Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, Bowling, Air Raid Squad. Mills Brollierx, E. B. H. EVELYN GLADYS COLLYER Ezwy Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Red and Black Staff, Senior Play Production Staff, Smoke Signals Staff, Library StaFf2, Bicycling 2, Gym Exhibition 2, 3. Week-endx ELLEN JANICE COMAR Ellie Senior Ball Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, Cap and Gown Committee, Defense Stamp Agent 3. Spaghelii and fhorolale rake ROBERT DANIEL COWAN Bob Boys' Hi-Y 2, Student Council 2, 3, Jayvee Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4: Hockey 1, 3, 49 Track 1, 3, 45 Boys' Bowling 4g Senior Recital, French Club 3, 4, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Win- ter Carnival Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3. Apple pie andjrfplaze partie: SHERRIL ARTHUR CRONIN Cron Production Staff of Senior Play. Movie.: EDITH VIVENNA CURRIER Edie Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 4, French Club 3, 4, Senior Ball Commit- tee, Senior Play Production Staff, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4 Ho! dog: THEODORE EDWARD DAVIDSON Ted French Club 2, 3. Hunting and horsehzrk riding ELLEN JEAN DENTON feanne Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Bowling 2, 3, Student Council 3, Senior Ball Committee, Hi-Y 3, 4g Senior Play Production Staff, G.A.C. 2, Winter Carnival, Red and Black Typing Staff, Cap and Gown Committee, Interclass Basket- ball 2, 3, Defense Stamp Agent 3, Softball 2, Sophomore Hop Committee, Archery 2, Smoke Signal StaH'. skiing DOROTHY ANNA DIEEENDDRF Dot Red and Black Photography Editor, Senior Ball Committee, Girls' Hi-Y 4, German Club 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Junior Prom Commit- tee 3, G.A.C. 2, Bowling 4, Northern Star Staff 2, Library Staff 2, Senior Dramatics Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Senior Play Production Staff 4. .4 goodjoke FosrER PARKER DOANE, III Rummy German Club 2, 3, French Club 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Cast, Senior Recital Committee, Senior Ball Committee. G Rye and ginger SYLVIA JEAN DONOR Syl Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 45 G.A.C. 2, Fashion Show 2. George ROBERT JOSEPH DOUGHER Bob Movies JUNE MARIE DRAKE JUNIE Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, G.A.C. 3, 4Q Bowling 3, 4Q Class Colors Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, Library Club 2, 3, President 4, Softball 3, 4, Basketball 4. F renrh fries JULIA ADELINE DROULETTE Durelle Gym exhibition 2, 3, Fashion Show 2, 3. DOROTHY MARION DYKE Iigxf 1 Red and Black Typing Staff, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4Q G.A.C. 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Fashion Show 3, Bicycling 2, 3, Library Club 2. Guy Lombardo? Orchestra, ire cream ELAINE ELLENWOOD Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, War Stamp Agent. HorJe.v HARMON DANIEL FAREs Sleepy Gym Exhibition 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Inter- elass Basketball 4g Junior Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4Q Track 3, 4, Hockey 3. S ports, spaghetti and meaihallx ,, L JOSEPH LAWRENCE FREDELLA foe Senior Play Production Staff, Ger- man Club 2, 3, Interclass Basketball 3, 4, Gym Exhibition, Senior Ball Committee. Fifhing and huniing SONIA JANE FREUDENTHAL Sunny French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition. Horsebark riding JAMES ARTHUR GARWOOD jim German Club 2, 3, Bowling 3. Good music ESTELLA LENORA GERHAUSER Ger Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Defense Stamp Agent 2, 3, Bowling 4g Bicycling 2, Smoke Signals Typing Staff 4, G.A.C. 4. Food ELIZABETH ANN GERSTEN Belle Library Club 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Smoke Signals Busi- ness Manager 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Patrons' Evening Play Cast 41 Choir 3, 45 Bowling 2, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Senior Play Cast, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Senior Announcement Com- mittee, Defense Stamp Agent 2, 3, Student Forum Publicity Officer 4, Biology Club 2. fore Iturhi am! Tschaikowxky WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN Clair Junior Prom Committee, Patrons' Evening, Radio Room, Biology Club 2. Photography BEATRICE NATALIE GoRI-IAM Fuzzie Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Softball 2, 3. Opern, ho! dogs EMMA GREGORY Greg Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Senior Ball Com- mitteeg Bowling 35 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Committeeg Class Color Committee. Miniatures, U.S.N.R., roller courier: BEATRICE PAULA HECI-IT Bebe Gym Exhibition 2, 45 Choir 2, 45 Junior Prom Committee5 French Club 3, 45 G.A.C. 45 Bowling 45 Senior Ball Committee, Student Activity Agent 3, 45 Senior Play Production Statf5 Student Forum 4. Walking in the spring rain ROBERTA BELLE HOAG Bert Bowling 45 Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Class Color Committee 4. COLLEEN PATRICIA HOGAN Clean Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Junior Prom Committeeg G.A.C. 25 Red and Black Adstaffg Student Activity Agent 25 Class Color Committee. Swimming and movie: JENNIE BELL HOMAN jane Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Art Editor Red and Black5 Defense Stamp Agent 25 Junior Prom Committee, G.A.C. 2, 35 Softball 2, 3, 45 Student Council 25 Bowling 2, 35 Skiing Club 25 Patrons' Evening Com- mitteeg Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 45 Senior BallCommittee5Sophomore Hop Com- mittee5 Student Activity 25 Basket- ball 2, 43 Senior Play Production Stalfg Junior Ring Committee5 Winter Carnival Committee5 Skating Club 2. Dog: and fmt dogs THOMAS AQUINAS HULSEBOSCH Tom Red and Black Adstaffg French Club 3, 45 Senior Ball Committee5 Interclass Basketball 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Class Colors Committee. Fixhing out of .feruon FRANK EDWARD HURLEY Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 25 Stu- dent Council 45 Senior Ball Committee5 Junior Prom Committee5 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Track 25 Interclass Basketball 3,45 Winter Carnival 2, 3, 4Q Gym Exhibition 25 Student Activity Agent 3g Defense Stamp Agent 35 German Club 2. Firhing and hockey RosE HELEN JOSEPH R0 Gym Exhibition 2, Fashion Show 2. Long vamlinn: ELIZABETH JOYCE KINNEY Bel! Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Bowling 4Q Fashion Show 2. Blue eye: and Irirlz HELEN MARIE KULLMAN Honey Editor-in-chiefRed and Blackg Hi-Y 2, Vice-President 3, President 4g Class Secretary 35 Sophomore Hop Commit- tee5 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee5 Gym Exhibition 2, 35 Senior Play Production Staffg Winter Carnival Attendant 45 German Club Secretary 2, President 35 Northern Star Advertising Staff 25 Student Coun- cil 45 Secretary 2, Vice-President 3. Gardeniax BETHLEI-IEM ETI-IEL KYPRXDES Kip A French Club 4g Senior Play Production Staff. Gerrlzwinb' "Rhapsody in Blue" ROBERT JOHN LAPERA Red Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Choir 4Q Defense Stamp Agent 2, Interclass Basketball, Gym Exhibition 2, 3. Trumpef playing SHIRLEY MAY LAPOINT Cheryl Senior Play Production Staff, Red and Black Adstaff, Library Stal? 3, Sec- retary 4, Student Forum 4g Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Ball Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Bowling 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Smoke Signals Staff. The Spring PATRICIA RUTH LARABEE Pal Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Manager 4, Senior Ball Committee, Student Activity Agent 2, Senior Play Production Staff, Student Forum 4, Library Staff 3, Reporter 45 Cap and Gown Committee, Bicycling 2, 3, 4g Softball 3. Food JANET CAROLYN LEMMON fan Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Defense Stamp Agent 3, Red and Black Adstaff, French Club 2, Senior Ball Committee, Northern Star Staff 2, Cap and Gown Committee, Dramatics Club 2. Swimming and skiing ALAN HAROLD LONGFRITZ Frizz Senior Play Cast, French Club 3, Treasurer 4, Co-Circulation Manager of Red and Black, Dramatics Club 4g Pageant Committee, Chairman of Class Colors Committee, Patrons' Eve- ning Committee, Senior Recital Com- mittee,SmOkeSignals Staff, Senior Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee. Spoglzetli JEAN ELIZABETH MACMURRAY Jeannie Cap and Gown Committee 4, Senior Play Production Staff, Fashion Show 2, Bicycling Manager 3, Choir 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, Gym Exhibition 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3. Fmnky Carllv piano playing WILLIAM HOLTON lhfANN, JR. Bill Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Gym Exhibition 2, Soft- ball 2, Intra-mural Basketball 4, Varsity Football 4. .4 goodjolee THOMAS FINK METZNER Metz Red and Black Adstaff, French Club 4Q Senior Play Production Staff, North- ern Star Staff 2, Dramatics Club 4g Smoke Signals Staff 4g Senior Ball Committee, Junior Prom Committee. Der Bingle and Cake WINIFRED AGNES IUILLAR Mourher , Gym Exhibition 7., 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee, Bicycling 2, Speedball 2, Patrons' Evening Committee 2, 44 Student Forum 4, Defense Stamp Agent 4. Movies, books, good mu.rif,food ROBERT THOMAS MINOR Bob JOHN SAMUEL MOSES Senator Classic novel: CHRISTINE MAE NELSON Clorii Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, G.A.C. 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Class Color Committee, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, 4. . ,fl ' DOROTHY MAE NELSON Dol Red and Black Photography Stalf, Girls' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Attendant, Cap and Gown Committee, Student Council 2, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4g Dramatics Club 4, Ski Club 2, Senior Play Cast, German Club 2, Secretary 3, junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Basketball 2, 4Q Bowling 3, 4, War Stamp Agent 2, 4, Patrons' Evening Play Cast. Dick SHIRLEY ALLENE NEVENS Nev Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Patrons' Evening Play Cast, Make-up Committee, Gym Exhibi- tion 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Archery 2, 3, Softball 2, Swimming 2. Hamburgers and onionr ERMUND GABRIEL NOONAN Profesior Senior Play Cast, French Club 2, 3g German Club 2, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee. New York EDGAR RICHARD NORTON Ted Band 4, Orchestra 4g Choir 4, French Club 4, Senior Recital, Senior Ball Committee. 11' good dinusxion EDNA OLDHAM Ed Red and Black Photography Staff, Girls' Hi-Y 4Q Dramatics Club 2, Sec- retary 3, President 4g Student Council 2, 3, G.A.C. 3, 4, Senior Recital, Senior Play Cast, Senior Announcement Com- mittee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Senior Ball Committee, French Club 4Q Choir 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, 4, Defense Stamp Agent 2, 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee. R-ye lzread ALBERT FLOYD OUDEKERK Al Red and Black Adstaff, Choir 2, 45 Gym Exhibition 2, 3. Dodge lmele HELENA GERTRIJDE PALMER Squeaky Gym Exhibition 2,3,4, Fashion Show 3 Tom Drake BARBARA LORRAINE PATTERSON V Barb Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4Q Basketball 4, Junior Prom Committee. Philoroplzy and people SUSAN THERESA PEPE Surie Class Secretary 2, Red and Black Chief Typist, Bowling 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Ball Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Senior Play Production Staff, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Smoke Signals Staff. Meeting new people WALTER JOSEPH PURNER Wall Student Council 2, Student Activity 2, Bowling 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4g Interclass Basketball 2, 3g Track 2, junior Prom Committee, Swimming 2, 3, Defense Stamp Agent 2. Swimming ELIZABETH ROSEMARY QUINLAN Sir Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Bowling 34 Fashion Show, Swimming, Basketball, Softball, Bicycling. Flip and dancing BERTRAM REIFF Blinky Junior Prom Committee, Red and Black Adstaifg Interclass Basketball 2, Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball4,JuniorVarsityFootball2,, Senior Announcement Committee, Bowling 3. Sporl: and lmveling ELSIE ALICE ROBILLARD Rubby Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Gym Exhibition 4Q Fashion Show 4, Swimming 3. Music and bowling RITA MAY ELIZABETH ROBILLARD Topiie Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Defense Stamp Agent 2, Bowling 3, 4, Patrons' Evening Committee 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Staff 4, Fashion Show 2, Baseball 2, Swimming 2, Library Club 2, 3, Student Forum. Dancing and ealing JOHN RICHARD ROSEBROOK U. S. Coax! Guard Gym Exhibition 2, Bowling 2, 4, Varsity Football 4, Ice Hockey 3, 4, Senior Ball Orchestra Committee. Food JENNIE ANNA RYTELL len Senior Ball Committee, Gym Exhibi- tion 3, 4g Choir 2, 3, Senior Play Production Staff, Fashion Show 4. Ire skating ILEAN ELIZA SHEA Junior Prom Attendant, Winter Carni- val Attendant 4, Bowling 4, G.A.C. 2, Junior Prom Committee, Majorette 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3. 17 rerlain Quarter: BERNARD JOSEPH SIVAK Bernie Biology Club President 2, German Club 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Sopho- more Hop Committee, Chairman Jun- ior Prom Committee, Senior Recital. Army Speeialized Rexerve Training Program SARA DAVIDSON SMITH Sir Assistant Editor Red and Black, Girls' Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, French Club 3, Vice- President 4, Sophomore Hop Commit- tee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Business Manager Northern Star 2, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club Treasurer 2, President 3, Winter Carnival Attend- ant, Junior Prom Attendant, Defense Stamp Agent 2, 3, Cheerleader. Sporl: GLORIA SOLOMON Gio Gym Exhibition 2,3,JuniorProm Com- mittee, German Club 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Senior Ball Committee. Reeeiving leller: and Poughkeepsie MARTHA CAROLINE STAFFORD Ma1'cy Gym Exhibition4,G.A.C.4,Bowling4, Basketball 4, Softball 4. Sport: MARILYN JANE STEWART Girls' Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4g G.A.C. 3, President 4, Assistant Editor Red and Black, Winter Carnival Attendant, German Club 2, Vice-President 33 Student Council 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Gym Ex- hibition 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4. Firepiaee: SHIRLEY ANN STEWART Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2,3,4, Senior Ball Committee, Basketball, Softball, Tennis 3, Play- day 44 Usher Patrons' Evening, Dancing RODNEY LEE STIMSON Rod Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Chairman of Senior An- nouncements Committee, Red and Black Art Staff, Dramatics Club 3. Boxlon, Lauren Baca!! GERTRUDE SUCKMAN Neslaie Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Cap and Gown Commit- tee, Sophomore Hop, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Band 2, Defense Stamp Agent 4, Assistant Bookkeeper Student Asso- ciation, Senior Play Production Stag. Food BARBARA MAUDE SWEET Barb Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Northern Star Adstag, Red and Black Typing Stag, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Fashion Show 2, Usher Patrons' Evening, G.A.C. 2, 3, Re- corder 4, Softball 2, 3, 4g Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Swimming 3, Playday 4, Smoke Signals Typing Stag. Boskelball DAVID FRASER TAYLOR Mopey Senior Play Production Stag, German Club 2, 3, Interclass Basketball 3, 4, Swimming Club 4. drtie Shawfs' Orfheslra IRENE LOUISE TITUS Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Senior Recital 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3. Musir: and poelry DORIS MARIE VAISSIERE Van Northern Star Stag 2, Girls' Sport Editor 3, Student Council 2, Sopho- more Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Patrons' Evening Committee 2, De- fense Stamp Agent 2, 3, Student Forum 2, 3, Library Club 2, Ski Club 2, Win- ter Carnival Committee 2, 3, G.A.C. 2, 3, Bicycling 2, Basketball 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3. Traveling, athlelics MARGARET RUTH VANTRUMP Van Gym Exhibition 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, G.A.C. 2,3,4, Bowling 3, 4, Red and Black Adstag, French Club 3, 4, Senior Ball Commit- tee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Girls' Swimming 3, German Club 3, Cap and Gown Committee, Girls' Softball 2, 3, 4g Field Hockey 2, 3. Sporl: and the Navy SHIRLEY RUTH WARD Shirl Red and Black Adstag, Senior An- nouncement Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Senior Play Cast, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- mittee, Patrons' Evening Committee' Gym Exhibition 2, 4, Hiking. A Marine and marshmallow sundacs ELIZABETH ANNA WEEKS Liz Hi-Y 4, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Red and Black Stag, Defense Stamp Agent 3, G.A.C. 3, Bowling 2, 3, Senior Ball Committee, Swimming 2, Softball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Choir 2, Field Hockey 2. Converlille: RUTH FAY WEST Fay - Wferly French Club 2, Secretary 3, President4, Dramatics Club 2, Vice-President 3, 4, Girls' Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary of North- eastern Area ofl-li-Y in N. Y. State 4Q Student Council 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Attendant, Winter Carnival Attend- ant, Senior Recital, Patrons, Evening PlayCast,SeniorPlayCast,VVarStamp Agent 2, 3, 4g Sophomore Hop Com- mittee,JuniorProm Committee,Senior Ball Committee, Senior Announce- ment Committee, -Iunior Ring Com- mittee, Softball 2, 3, 4Q Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 2, 3, Northern Star Stag 2, Choir 2. Spagheili and classiml muxir JOHN PARKER WILLIAMS jackie Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, LaCrosse, French Club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee. Physifs MARIE ELEANOR WYNNE-ROBERTS W'yn French Club 3, 4, Cap and Gown Com- mittee, Senior Ball Committee, Senior Play Production Stag. Antique rhino and rlollzer LEE YAFFEE Mirkey Senior Recital, Biology Club Vice- President 2, German Club 2, 3, 4, Smoke Signals Stag, Senior Ball Committee. "Freneri" by Afrlie Show ULissE ANTHONY CANALE, JR. War Service Diploma Moiuus GOLDSTEIN llyar Servire Diploma ROBERT XVILLIAM HAMRE Bob Cadillac ronverlibles EDWARD THOMAS LAPANN lVar Servire Diploma Ted Student Council 2,3g Class Treztsurergg Sophomore Hop Committeeg Varsity Football 3g Jayvee Football lg Inter- classBasketballgDefense-:StampAgentg Gym Exhibition Q., 3g Bowling 3. Mom'J cooking Additional Members Senior Class Donald Alson Nevens Robert Merton Roberts James Albert Howe Wars Service Diploma JOSEPH PATRICK SALERNO Sa-ler-noo Sleeping and ealing XVILLIAM CHARLES STEPHENSON War Service Diploma ACE BUELL VARNEY Gym Exhibition 35 Choir 3. S pagheiii and meatball: GEORGE ALERED VANVRANKEN Varsity Baseballg Varsity Trackg Varsity Basketball, Assistant Manager 1941- " We 're Braggin' " Jlannnr Grahuates GLENN ARVON SHATTUCK, JR- DOROTHY MAE NELSON Valedictorian Nancy Allen Betsy Ashley Gertrude Bayer Christine Brown Dorothy Diefendorf Foster Doane Sonia Freudenthal James Garwoocl Robert Hamre HONOR GRADUATES Frank Hurley Helen Kullman Alan Longfritz Winifred Millar Edgar Norton Barbara Patterson Susan Pepe Dan Robertson Martha Stafford Seniur Qllass Qlhhisur MISS SARAH A. ADRIANCE Qeninr Qlllass Qllulurs SILVER AND BLUE Salutatorian Bernard Sivak Sara Smith Marilyn Stewart Birbara Sweet David Taylor Irene Titus Fay West Lee Yaffee Ctlummennement 3Bageant "TI-IE SEEKER OF PEACE" BY ANN LEE The Spirit of the World, bowed down with the burden of war, follows Hope and faith to Understanding, who then shows how we will eventually realize the dream of Universal Peace in spite of discouraging outlook. Pageant Committee Lila Adams Douglas Burch Glenn Shattuck Nancy Allen Ann Carswell Rodney Stimson Alan Longfritz We're Beginning to See the Light JUNIOR CLASS Miss MARION M. E. BROADBENT, S poizror Prerident ............... .............. J OHN CAFFRY Vire-Preridenl. . . ...... ROBERT RIDER T1'earm'er ...... . . .THOMAS LA FERA Serremry ............. ....... F LORENCE ADAMS Dorothy Ackary Louise Allen Bion Arnold Frank Arnold Miriam Aronson james Bacas Grace Ball Richard Bannin Joyce Beaudin William Beecher Lois Blanchard Charles Bolster Helen Bolton Ann Bosanko Betty Brayton Margaret Buddy Ruth Bullard Alice Butterfield Martin Byrne Anne Caroliota Catherine Carey Robert Carpenter Nancy Church Irene Clements Jeanette Cohen Velma Coon June Coulter Virginia Couture Dorothy Cowles Frank Crannell Marjory Culver. Barbara Dadson Lois Danahy Edmond DeMarsh Emilia DeSanCtis Frank DeWitt Mary Doolittle james Dwyer William Ellsworth Gregory Faherty Robert Floyd Bernard Fortune Lois Gates Edward Gersterx Elsie Gilroy Helen Goldstein Donald Gorman Naomi Guernsey Jean Guimond Winifred Hall Donald Hamilton Lillian Hance Elsie Haviland Mary Ann Helm Florence Hill JUNIOR CLASS Barbara Hodgins Lois Holland Margaret Homan Catherine Huot William Ingraham Janice Jarvis Raymond Jarvis Robert Johnson Robert Jones Marion Joubert Clare Kalbfleisch Burton Kantrowitz Harry Kaplan Anna LaMay Joyce Lampson Edward LaPointe Gloria Lathrop Forest LaValley Doris Layhee Lorraine Lemery Theresa Lemery Myrtle Lettus Lucille Lindfier June Lord Marion Mattison Gordon McCarthy Joan McConnell Rose Miller William Montgom Lois Mornhinweg Roberta Morse Jean Morton Eugene Nelson Ruth Nevens Betty Nourse 6 Joyce Oddy Dorothy Olley Marilyn Pepin Joyce Prairie Frank Putnam Betty Quist John Rainbow James Rivers Rosemary Robillard Ruthella Rolleston Madeline Russo Marvin Travers JUNIOR Grace Trombley Tony Sassone Lillian Serge Marie Shattuck Sherwin Slater Anita Smith Philip Smith Erwin Smith James Smith Philip Soloff Marjorie Southwick Eleanor Spellburg CLASS Albert Stafford Marjorie Stilwell Blanche Stockwell Reinhard Stolz Helen Sulette Anthony Tangrady Glen Thomson Jerome Thorne Judith Tidman John Tremblay Nellis Tremblay Beverly Tucker Leota Van Orman Joyce Varney Paul Ward Richard Weidly Edison Wells Joyce Welles Jane White Stanley Wilcox Albert Williams Claire Zweibelson .L I How Little We Know SOPI-IOMORES Miss BEATRICE MABLE, Spomor Prefidenl ............................ ANGELO BACAS Vife-Pffaridenl . . . . . .GORDON MCCARTHY Secretary ...... .... R ICHARD NOONAN Treafmer . . . . . .JEANNIE MII.LAR Elmer Antonsen Joan Barber Elizabeth Barcomb Madelane Barudy James Bazinet james Beames Margaret Been William Brace Jeanne Brann Ralph Brown Roger Buckingham Kenneth Butterfield Glen Caffry Robert Cary Johnny Bennett f'Rita Charleboisrj Roberta Benway David Bevan Carolyn Bosworth jean Bowen Ruth Clements Shirley Collins . Leslie Comar Robert Cote Frances Crooks Paul Cushman Thomas Daly Ernest DeCrescenzo William DeGuire Augustus Del Signore Doris Derway Frank Deyoe Theresa Duffy Mary Dwyer Alice Efliland Pauline Farr Forest Fisher Barbara Flemming Mary Gaffney Dick Gale Kenneth Granger Lyle Gregory Barbara Grurlenski Shirley Hamilton Marilyn Harris l F a Lois Harvey Carol Helm Janet Hodgkins Thomas Hogan William Hogan Joanne Huntington Graham Jamison Harriet Kalbfleisch Robert Karpeles Sylvia Kudan Donald LaBelle Stanley Lackey Gloria Landry William LaPann SOPHOMORES Theodosia Lazarou Barbara Lebowitz Francis Le Gault Elaine Leicht Jane Linehan Paul Linehan Claire Leroux Helen McBride Eugenia McCaw john McCurry Melvin Martell Gertrude Mattison joe Mercier Jeanie Millar Jennie Missita Hilda Monroe Karen Morey john Morphis Catherine Murkey Richard Noonan june Norton Paige OlBrien Ernest Parham Shirley Parker Elaine Pepper Joyce. Perkett Edmund Pickett Barbara Ploof Lazarus Polimerou Peter Pruyn Robert Putnam Elliess Reichert Marian Rifenberg Walter Schreiner Pauline Sebert Marilyn Shappy john Sherman Harold Silverman Dewey Sims Virginia Sleight Joan Solomon Doris Hoag Fred Holmes Lorraine Howard Adrian Hulsebosch Roger Hungerford Barbara jackson Leonard Jarvis Janice Landry Virginia LaPoint Kenneth Lashway Glenn Lewis Robert Mark Shirley Miller Helen Mills Charlotte Moore jane Moynehan SOPHOMORES Dorothy Palmer Earl Pregent Hartwell Rhodes Mina Roach William Roach Richard Roberts Robert Robinson Anna Rockwell Peter Rozell Robert Rozell Irene Russo Nancy Stebbins Robert Stevens Ronald Stevens Jane Stewart Barbara Thomas jean Thomas Edward Thomson Esther Titus Elaine Todd Theodore Turner William Tremblay Fred Schermerhorn Betty Tripp Margarette Jerry Uttal Schonenberger Edward Vaissiere Frances Seaver Warren Vanderminden Audrey Sullivan Peter Van Trump Elaine Vander Linden Ruth VanVranken Sally Vernoy Mary Villa Richard Waldron james Wleaver Harriet Weeks Hazel Westfall Margaret Winne Pearl Winslow Donald Winchell Harold Wood jimmy Young William Young Hilda Aronson Angelo Bacas Mary Baker Lois Bancroft Thomas Barry Gerald Beaudin Geraldine Blanchard Betty Lou Boyce Bruce Boyd Willis Boyd Royce Boynton James Bucci Harold Byrne Ned Cahill Beverly Carpenter Jeannine Cashion Sheridan Cavanaugh David Chase SOPHOMORES Verna Crosby Marvin Cohen Jeanne Culligan Jean Cusato Richard Daly Betty David Allen Dean Alphonse Denino Fred Dixon George Dixon Donna Dolan Rosemary Dolan Thomas Dolan Robert Donahue Richard Eddy William Edwards Lois Eggleston Donald Eldridge Ronald Ellenwood Fred Esmond Robert Flint Janice Foley Josephine Fontaine Navio Gagliardi Eileen Goodale Richard Goodrow Alma Grant David Gurley June Hardick Pauline Harding Floyd Hartman Alice Hay Illa Hay George Hendricks Vivian Kaplan Audrey Kirschenbaum Corinne Mattison Richard Mead Patricia Nevens Harold Nourse Madeline O'Conner Barbara Porter Patricia Prevost Robert Putnam Joseph Stewart Marguerite St. John Shirley Stanley Gertrude Sumner Alfred Sweet Jacquelyn Task Edward Tripp Francis Turner Orlie Washburn Cwrganigatiuns l944-45 Glens Falls High School Student Council Forum Club Smoke Signals Senior Dramatics Club Senior Play Producing Staff Senior Expression Recital Senior Play Cast French Club Library Club Girls' Hi-Y Orchestra Band Choir War Stamp Agents Student Activity Agents G.A.C. 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Vire-Prefideuzf .... .... T ONY SASSONE Secretary ...,,. . . .JOHN SHERMAN Trearzner ......... ............. N ED CAHILL Lila Adams Iean Cusato Helen Kullman Dan Robertson Elmer Antonsen Angelo Bacas Joan Barber Betty Lou Boyce Christine Brown John Caffry Ned Cahill Ieanine Cashion Nancy Church Dan Collins Leland Crosby Mary Lou Dwyer Greg Faherty Bob Farrell Robert Floyd Donald Gale George Hendricks Adrian Hulsebosch Joanne Huntington Catherine Huot Frank Hurly Barbara Jackson jane Linehan Gordon McCarthy Joan McConnell Betty Mead Jean Millar Jane Moynehan Harold Nourse Paige O'Brien John Powers Patricia Prevost Robert Rider Tony Sassone Glenn Shattuck John Sherman jimmy Smith Marjorie Southwick Marilyn Stewart Ruth Van Vf21HkfU Elizabeth Weeks Jfnrum filuh MR. ROBERT B. KNAPP, Spomor OFFICERS Prexzdent ...... ........... Vice-Prefident . . . . Treafmfef' ........ . S'em'etm'y ........... Publicity C laazirmfzn .... S 0 mal C laazrman .............,.. Nancy Allen Hilda Aronson Miriam Aronson Jeannine Cashion Catherine Huot Anna LaMay MEMBERS Shirley LaPoint Patricia Larabee Lorraine Lemery Paige O'Brien Joyce Oddy Joyce Perkett Rita Robillard CATHERINE CAREY WILLIAM LAPANN EDWARD VAISSIERE . .... SANDRA BAssocK . . . .BETTY GERSTEN . . . . .BEATRICE HECHT Margaret Schonenberger Virginia Sleight Blanche Stockwell Audrey Sullivan Jacqueline Task Hazel Westfall l L bmukz Signals Staff Miss MABELLE MCNULTY, Sponsor T reamrer ........................... BETTY GERSTEN Cirmlafion Manager' ................ JEAN MACMURRAY ASSISTANTS ' Anna Caraliota Nancy Church Barbara Dean Alan Longfritz Jeanette Cohen Norma Benjamin Lois Blanchard jean Denton Helen Halloran Barbara Jackson Shirley LaPoint WRITERS Tom Metzner Ruthella Rolleston ILLUSTRATORS jane Homan TYPISTS AND MIMEGGRAPHERS Lois Gates Florence Hill Susan Pepe Patricia Larabee Janet Lemmon Marjorie Stilwell Tom LaFera Rosemary Robillard Barbara Sweet Shirley Ward Senior xprrssiun ecital MONOI.OGUE-WOmCH Can't Carpenter ......... Florerzee Ryerson and Colirz Clewerzfs SCENE: The kitchen of the J. Walter' Ballingford house. CHARACTER: Mr. Ballingford enters, and addresses his wife. ROBERT FARRELL READING-Empty Desk in the Fifth Grade ......................... Marjorie Marla FAY WEST TRIO-Adagio Sostenuto, from Moonlight Sonata... .... Beethoven Aerial, Valse de Concert .................... ...... S everfz EDGAR NORTON, Piano A EsT1-TER TITUS, Violin IRENE TITUS, 'rello READING-YES Means No. . . ..............,.. .... H oworll Eozmell Rogers LEE YAFFEE READING--Oh, No John. . . .................. . . .From on English Folk Song CHRISTINE BROWN SOLO-Ave Maria ....... ................. ............. B o eh-Gozuzoel Sweet Miss Mary ..... .................. ........ N e iellinger MARIAN JOUBERT READINGfThC Road to Glory ....,............... . . .Channing Pollork ROBERT COWAN READING4HCCtOf .......... ................. ....... H . C. Bonner EDNA OLDHAM TRIO-The Old Refrain .... ................. . . .Arranged by Kreisler Tea for Two ..... .................... ............ Y o zzmezns EDGAR NORTON, Piano ESTHER TITUS, Violin IRENE TITUS, 'cello READING-A Cutting of "The Thing .............................. Perezml Wilde BERNARD STVAK MONOLOGUE-A Hand Bag ................. Florence Ryerson and Colin Clemezzls Mrs. Grevillia Carr comes hurriedly into the station waiting room at Springdale. She spe1ks to the other commuters who are waiting for the train. NANCY ALLEN Expression in charge of Sara Gabriel ramatics Iuh Miss SARA GABRIEL, Spofzmr Prefidenl ............................ EDNA OLDHAM Vice-Prerident .... .......... F AY WEST Secretary ....... .... C HRISTINE BROWN T1'ea.r11rer ..... ....,............. G ERTRUDE BAYER Louise Allen Nancy Allen Sandra Bassock Betty Lou Boyer Robert Carey Ann Carswell Mary Colios Marjorie Culver William DeGuire Dorothy Diefendorf Mary Lou Dwyer Robert Farrell Elizabeth Gersten Elsie Gilroy Janet Hodgkins Harriette Kalbfleisch Robert Karpeles William LaPann Theodosia Lazarou Jane Linehan Alan Longfritz June Lord Jeannie Millar Karen Morey Dorothy Nelson Paige O'Brien Ernest Parham Joyce Perkett Elliesse Reichert Ruthella Rolleston Bernard Sivak Philip Smith Joan Solomon Gloria Solomon Marguerite St. John Jean Thomas Richard Weidley Mr. March ..... Mrs. March .... Meg ....... jo ......... Beth ...... Amy ........ Aunt March ..,. Laurie .......... Professor Bhaer .... john Brooke ..... Hannah Mullett .... Senior lap A COMEDY IN 4 ACTS Dmmfzlized by Marian DeFo1feJt "LITTLE WOMEN " SARA S. GABRIEL, Director CAST OF CHARACTERS . . . .FOSTER DOANE . . . .NANCY ALLEN .......FAY WEST . . . . . .EDNA OLDHAM . . .DOROTHY NELSON MARTHA BUCKINGHAM . . . . . .BETTY GERSTEN . . . . .ALAN LONGFRITZ . . . .ERMUND NooNAN . . . . .ROBERT FARRELL . . . . . .SHIRLEY WARD Scenes The action takes place in the sitting room of the March home in Concord, Mass ACT I. Afternoon, December 1863. ACT II. Scene I. Three months later, morning. Scene II. Six months later, afternoon. ACT III. Two and one-half years later, afternoon. ACT IV. Eighteen months later, afternoon. Entr'acte music under the direction of Maurice C. Whitney will be played by: FIRST VIOLINS SECOND VIOLINS VIOLAS CELLI Glen Thompson Elaine Pepper Barbara Hodgins Irene Titus Esther Titus Edith Currier Joyce Lampson Philip Soloff beniur Iapi rnhuting Staff Robert Dougher Ted Breen Lila Adams Gertrude Bayer Norma Benjamin Christine Brown Beatrice Baker Betsy Ashley Catherine Bishop Richard Britt Dan Collins Bfzrinerr zvifzmzgerr Mary Colios Patricia Larabee Marie Wynn-Roberts Srefzery Under the direction of Henry Weaver Art Decoration Under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Nowlan Siage Manager joe Fredella Stage Commillee Tom Metzner Properlier Rita Robillard, Chairman Ann Carswell Ellen Comar Edith Currier X 'Goflzzmer june Drake Ethel Kyprides Lighfr Under the direction of Harry Helmer jack Bishop Glen Shattuck Publirity Under the direction of Miss Hilda Hayes Sandra Bassock, Chairman Sherrill Cronin jean Denton Dorothy Diefendorf Shirley LaPoint Dave Taylor Beatrice Hecht Helen Kullman jean M2cMurray Jeannie Rytell Evelyn Collyer Tom Metzner Susan Pepe Marilyn Stewart Gertrude Suckman Jfrenth Iuh Miss ELIZABETH RENNER, Fazrfflfy Adviror OFFICERS Prefidefzl ....... .......... . . . . .FAY WEST Vine-Prefidefzf .... ..... S ARA SMITH Secremry ..... FLORENCE ADAMS Tremzzrer ..... .............. A LAN LONGFRITZ MEMBERS Lila Adams Foster Doane Ermund Noonan Louise Allen Nancy Allen Frank Arnold Ann Bosanko Sandra Bassock Helene Bolton Christine Brown Peggy Buddy Ann Carswell Mary Colios Dan Collins june Coulter Dorothy Cowles Edith Currier james Dwyer Elsie Gilroy Elsie Haviland Beatrice Hecht Barbara Hodgins Tom HulSehosch Catherine Huot Mary Ann Helm Clare Kalbileisch Ethel Kyprides Janet Lemmon june Lord Joan McConnell Tom Metzner Edgar Norton Betty Nourse Edna Oldham Dan Robertson Ruthella Rolleston Marjorie Southwick Helen Sulette .Iudy Tidman Margaret VanTrump Sally Vernoy Joyce Wells jane White Marie Wynne-Roberts Hymnus ............. Qnnual uncert ORCHESTRA AND A CAPELLA CHOIR Afrifled by Nelwn Smith, '34, Barilone MAURICE C. WHITNEY, Conductor THE NATIONAL ANTHEM Phaon-A Symphonic Poem ......................... Meadowlands QCavalry of the Steppesj ............... THE ORCHESTRA Kol Nidre ............................................. FIRST VIOLINS: Glen Thomson Concertmailer Betty Gersten Elaine Pepper Lillian Serge Vivian Kaplan Fred Hawkins Irene Van Tassel Betty Haviland SECOND VIOLINS: Esther Titus Principal Edith Currier Douglas Burch Harry Kaplan -lane Eckler Peggy Sears IRENE TITUS, '45, 'Cellift PERSONNEL OF THE ORCHESTRA Catherine Varney BASSES: Douglas DeMarsh Edward Thompson VIOLAS: Principal Barbara Hodgins Bernard Fortune Principal Aletha Cone Joyce Lampson PIANO: Charlotte Silver Marjorie Southwick Kathleen Lowe FLUTES: CELLOS: Elleiss Reichert Irene Titus Alfred Sweet Prinripal Richard Eddy Nancy Allen OBOE: Philip Sololf George Tidman -Ioyce Wells BASSOON: janet Kirkpatrick Phyllis Cary Adeline Bemis CLARINETS: Neva Nichols Edgar Norton . . . . .A. 11071 Fielitz ....H. M. jolamon .....L.KaiplI1e1' . . .Max Bracb Harriet Kalbfleisch Elsie Robillard HORNS: Leonard ,Iarvis Patricia I.aPointe TRUMPETS: Robert LaFera Sherwin Slater Edmund DeMarsh TROMBONE: Fred Schermerhorn TUBA: Frank Crannell PERCUSSION: Harold Silverman Abbie Stimson be bait Onward Ye Peoples. . . Madame Jeannette ............. . . . . . . Battle Hymn of the Republic .................. THE CHOIR Allegro con brio, from Concerto ...................... NANCY ALLEN, ,45, 'Cellirl Air de Ballet, from "Alceste" ..................,... . . Emperor Waltzes ........... ............... Hill Bury ......... ..................... THE ORCHESTRA Ballad for Americans .................................. MR. SMITH, CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL OF Florence Adams Gerald Beaudin John Bennett Martha Buckingham Margaret Buddy Betty Clements Irene Clements Ruth Clements Dorothy Cowles Frank Crannell Marjorie Culver Lois Danahy Emilia DeSanctis Sylvia Donor Mary Doolitlle Bernard Fortune Richard Gale Betty Gersten Jean Guimond Elsie Haviland Beatrice Hecht Barbara Hodgins Lois Holland Marion Joubert Audrey Kirschenbaum Robert LaFera Joyce Lampson Forrest LaValley THE CHOIR Frances LeGault Glenn Lewis Robert Mark Jeannie Millar Karen Morey Dorothy Nelson Ruth Nevens Edgar Norton Harold Nourse Albert Oudekerk Joyce Prairie Patricia Prevost Rita Robillard Charlotte Moore . . .Jean Sibelizzr . . .Alan llflwray . . .Steefe-Ringwalll .......P01'lU07'd C. W. van Gluck . . .jolmmz Slrazzfr . . .Morton Gould . .Earl Robimon Marian Rifenburg Harold Silverman Rowann Steves Jane Stewart Gertrude Sumner Barbara Thomas Esther Titus Jerry Uttal Joyce Varney Joyce Wells Hazel Westfall Jane White FLUTES: Alfred Sweet Elleiss Reichert OBOE: George Tidman CLARIN ETS: Edgar Norton Harriet Kalbfleisch Elsie Robillard Walter Schreiner Audrey Kirschenbaum Robert White Walter Robillard n 1 MR. MAURICE C. WHITNEY, Dirertar Esther Titus Harmon Fares Emily Peddie Douglas Mitchell Kaye Williams Alfonse Mark BASSOON: Barbara Benedict BASS CLARINET: William Montgomery CORNETS: Robert LaFera Sherwin Slater Edmund DeMarsh Ralph Brown Nathan Slawsby Harold Nourse Bernard LaLone HORNS: Leonard Jarvis Thomas LaFera Patricia LaPointe TROMBONES: Betty Ann Nourse Margaret Been jack Sullivan X BARITONE: Fred Schermerhorn BASSES: Frank Crannell james Campbell DRUMS: Harold Silverman Paul Cushman TYMPANI: Abbie Stimson 50,0 if , ,, - 1' H S ? 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Fifi Adams Hilda Aronson Miriam Aronson Beatrice Baker Joan Barber Betty Barcomb Gertrude Bayer Joyce Beaudin Margaret Been Catherine Bishop Jeanne Brann Martha Buckingham Peggy Buddy Anna Caraliota Jeannine Cashion Nancy Church Betty Clements Irene Clements Ruth Clements Recorder .... ...... Jeanne Culligan Marjorie Culver Edith Currier Barbara Dadson June Drake Dorothy Dyke Lois Gates Estella Gerhauser Winifred Hall Helen Halloran Mary Ann Helm Florence Hill Joanne Huntington Catherine Huot Clare Kalblieisch Harriet Kalbfleisch Betty Kinney Anna La May Patricia Larabee . .... MARILYN STEWART . . . . . .LOUISE ALLEN . . . ........ BARBARA SWEET Gloria Lathrop Lorraine Lemery Jane Linehan June Lord Joan McConnell Jean Millar Karen Morey Christine Nelson Dorothy Nelson Edna Oldham Betty Quist Marion Rifenberg Rosemary Robillard Anna Rockwell Ruthella Rolleston Madeline Russo Margarette Schonenberger Anita Smith Ilean Shea Joan Solomon Marjorie Southwick Nancy Stebbins Shirley Stewart Marjorie Stilwell Blanche Stockwell Helen Sulette Esther Titus Grace Tromblay Elaine Van der Linden Margaret Van Trump Ruth Van Vranken Sally Vernoy Harriet Weeks Joyce Wells Fay West Jane White beerleahers Martha Buckingham Marjorie Culver Betty Clements Emelia DeSanctis Ruth Clements Sara Smith JAY VEE Joyce Prairie Nancy Stebbins Joyce Wells Cheer for our High School Glens Falls Will win. Fight to the finish Never give in. You do your best, boys, We'll do the rest, boys. Fight on to victory! Rah...Rah...Rah...Rah. Jfuuthall Season 194445 cam . . . 'fy ERRY f' DONNELLY Co-Capmim . . . GEORGE BARNES AND HENRY WILLIAMS Mamzgerr . . . PAUL LINEHAN AND BROCKETT MOREY Assistant Managers . . . JACK SULLIVAN AND BERNARD SALONDE Ray Bartlette William Beecher jack Bishop Gregory Faherty Harmon Fares Robert Floyd Dick Britt Navio Gagliardi Kenneth Butterfield Morris Goldstein John Caffry William Mann Robert Campbell Gordon McCarthy Robert Cowan Richard Noonan VARSITY SCHEDULE Opponents Port Henry O .... akFort Edward 6 .... ttwhitehall 0 .... Saratoga 0 .... tl'Granville 6 .... St. Mary's 0 ttHudson Falls 7 TOTAL 19 XLeague Games Moir Rennie Dan Robertson Tony Sassone Glenn Shattuck Dewey Sims Reinhardt Stolz Marvin Travers Glam F4111 High .......24 .....14 .....19 .....13 .....21 TOTAL 98 Basketball Season 194445 Coach . . . T. F. ALLEN Captain . . . DANIEL ROBERTSON Afiamzger . . . JOHN ROBERTSON Arrirlrzm' Mamzger . . . RONNIE ELLENWOOD NORTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS CITY CHAMPIONS FRONT Row fleft to rifhtj-jim Dwyer, Bob Philo, Tony Sassone, Captain Dan Robert- son, N nvio Gagliardi, Bert Reilf, Dan Collins. BACK ROW fleft to rightj-Assistant coach jackie Williams, Gordon McCarthy, Dewey Sims, john Caffry, joe Mercier, Coach Tommy Allen. Glem Fall! SCHEDULE Opponent 35 ........... Warrensburg ........... 16 35... ...Westport... ...19 34 . . . ..... Saratoga . .... . . . 13 21 ... .... Port Henry .... 25 45... ...Minevi1le... ...19 25 ... .... Port Henry .... ... 26 5322... ...HudsonFalls... ...13 5538... ...Whitehall... ...27 :"38... ...Granville... ...24 T35... ...St.Mary's... ...32 3520 .... . . .Granville . . . . . .21 X43... ...Whitehall... ...19 31... ...Saratoga... ...38 5:25 ... .... Fort Edward .... ... 15 T28 ... ..... St. Mary's ..... ... 21 3530... ...HudsonFalls... ...29 X30 . . . .... Fort Edward .... . . . 37 N24 . . . .... Waterveliet .... . . . 39 554 431 il' League Games T Cities Series Games il' Seminnal Sectional Play-off Baseball Swann 194445 Coach . . . CLIFFORD K. BOSWORTH Captain . . . ROBERT PHILO FRONT ROW fleft to rightj-Adam Jarvis, second base, Tommy Lafera, third base, Andy 'lBeanie" Smith, shortstop, George Van Vrankin, Pitcher and outfielder, Captain "Lefty" Bob Philo, fstar portpaw, who registered seven wins and seven shutoutsj 3 jim Donnelly, first base, Danny Robertson, outfielder, Navio Gagliardi, pitcher and out- fielder, and Dickie Noonan, catcher. Bob Farrel, outfielder, Morris Goldstein, Out- fielderg and Ken Granger, outfielder, Cliff Parsons and Ray Bartlett, outfielders. Ifldialzr Oppoizefzl 4 . . . ...- . South Glens Falls .... . . . . . 1 5 . . . ...,. Fort Edward .... . . . . 0 5... . ..... Saratogau... ,. 7 5 . . . ... St. Mary's Academy . .. . . 7 13 . . , ...... Whitehall .... . . . 0 1 . . . ..... Fort Edward .... . . . . 4 2 .... Hudson Falls 10 15 ... ... St. Mary's Academy ... .. O 8... . ..... Saratogau... .. 4 17 ... ...... Whitehall .... .. O 3 . . . .... Hudson Falls . . . . . 0 3 . .. ... St. Mary's Academy . ,. .. O 4 . . . .... South Glens Falls . . . . . . 2 7 . . . ....... Granville ...... . . . 0 5 . .. ... St. Mary's Academy . .. . . O 97 29 May 5 May 12 May 19 May 26 June 2 June 9 Not Decided Richard Allen James Bazinet William Beecher Loren Blackburn Ted Breen John Caffry Ned Cahill Robert Cary Harold Chapman Paul Cushman Allen Dean Trask Coavh .......... .... I ERRY DONNELLY Arrirfafzr Coach ..., . . .JACKIE Wi1.L1Airs Mrzmzger .......... . . .ROBERT DOUGHER Affirtmzt Aflmzazger .................... RICHARD BRAUN 1945 SCHEDULE Granville Fort Edward Hudson Falls Fort Edward Lake Placid Invitation Meet Northern Conference Championships Saratoga Invitation Meet Sectional Championships Whitehall 1945 TRACK SQUAD Ted Dolan Kenyon Douglas William Ellsworth Greg Faherty Harmon Fares Richard Gale George Hendricks Fred Holmes Charles Horne Gordon Hubbell Leonard Jarvis Robert Karpeles Bernard LaLong William LaPann Richard LaPointe Richard Mead Joe Mercier William Montgomery Paige O'Brien Ernest Parham Raymond Potter Lazarous Polimerou John Powers Peter Pruyn George Reynolds Iames Rivers Walter Schreiner Sherwin Slater Dewey Sims Nathan Slawsby Iames Smith Phil Smith Albert Stafford Here Hudson Falls Lake Placid Granville Saratoga Union College Here Reinhard Stolz David Taylor Glen Thomson Jerry Thorne Marvin Travers Tohn Tremblay Francis Turner Ted Turner Peter VanTrump Edison Wells Eb:-fturp Poor Vifandering Ones, that's all we were, Long Ago at our first bewildered glimpse of GFHS in September 1942. We knew 102 was just Around the Corner, but we found ourselves Getting Lost at Every Turn. At Last, we chose our officers: Lila Adams, Howard Floyd, Susie Pepe, and Jack Riley.. YVe Two-stepped Together while The Band Played On on the occasion of our Sophomore Hop. Still Scatterbrains, Our Hearts Told Us to elect Lila Adams, Bob Farrell, Honey Kullman, and Ted LaPann our officers for i43. After Awhile, we picked our class rings adorned with Indian heads, and As Time Went By, we sent Glenn Shattuck and Lila Adams to Boys' and Girls' State. Remember when Dan Collins and Dan Robertson helped bring in both city and conference titles in basketball? Nobody Knows what other honors Lee Crosby might have won in football if he h1dn't broken his leg. Those were the days when the school corridors echoed to Pistol Packin' Mama, Mairzy-Doats, and Murder He Says. Happily out of the Paper Doll stage, we chose Chrissy Brown, Lila Adams, Fay West, Sara Smith, llean Shea, Dorothy Nelson, and Ann Carswell to inhabit our Prom fairyland, subject to Queen Martha Buckingham, our Loveliest to Look At. At Last, Summertime ended, and Happy-Go-Lucky and Breathless, We Fools Rushed In-to our Senior year where Angels fear to tread in 204 and 205. There Were None But You, Glen Shattuck, Dan Robertson, Lee Crosby, and Bob ,Farrell to fill our class offices. The year Began with a Bang with the Senior Recital. A Little on the Lonely Side could have been the theme for the Senior Ball, but we chose the four seasons instead. About this time the Smoke Signals Staff was working fur- iously on their monthly letters to alumni in the service. Don't Forget "Shakespeare's Ladies"-the all girl cast for the Patron's Evening Play. Walking in the Winter Wonderland, we held our Winter Carnival with Chrissy and Bob as King and Queen at the head of their court. "Little Women," You Must Remember, broke all attendance records for Senior Plays. jackie Williams came back to GFHS after active service and successfully coached the jayvee team. Still No Time to relax, for Red and Blackis Staff started work. One Dozen' Roses each to hard working Honey as Editor-in-chief, Lila, heading the advertising, Leland as business manager, Dot QDiefj, photography editor, and chief- typist, Susie Pepe. Again, we had winning football and basketball teams with Sara Smith, Martha Buckingham, and Betty Clements helping us to cheer to victory. Senior Day revealed Honey Kullman and Glenn Shattuck as principals. Can't Get Out of This Mood without thinking back over the work and the fun, the friendly faculty, the Whispering, the 1 o'clock huddles in the hall, and Saturday dates. We picked for gradu- ation pageant, "The Seeker of Peace," Because we know that ,til The Lights Go on Again, our boys will have to sing Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition. QW vi .W . N Q , 'Y Y if . wr: N -viii -3255 gf V3 , 24 ya H , W V A ,g,.,,Q,,f, , Jil! fix? -uv Us. E Sharps anh jflats NAME FULLY VIRTUE PET PEEVE PASTIME l.ILA ADAMS Cowboys Good nature Unfriendly people Candy and sports BEECHER ALLEN t'Gol:l Shade" Play-boy Teetotalers Dee's NANCY ALLEN Wiser-racking Keeping secrets Babies Washing hair BETSY ASHLEY Sweaters Good figure Nurses Lee BEA BAKER Men Smiling eyes Teachers Talking SANDRA BASCOCK Olives Chinese eyes Bleachers Talking GERTRUDE BAYER Shoes Figure skating English themes Sports NORMA BENJAMIN "Red" MAlways faithful" Slion-.oifs Writing to "Red" CATHERINE BISHOP Sundaes Good taste Cgifty pegple Camp JACK BISHOP Playing pool Height Rubbers Homework ERNEST BOLSTER Cats Good nature Poor losers Working MARY BRANN Laughing Hair History Movies TICD BREEN Sleep Swimming Cigarettes Eating DICK BRITT .live music Musical Shaving New York City CHRISSY BROWN Candy P61fSOHi11itY Kerchief-pullers Catching buses MARTHA BUCKINGHAM Guess who? Dimpl9S e Glens Falls people Waiting RARB BULLEN lynn Memory Two-timers Writing letters IZOUG BURCH Women Wise cracks INF, Store IIOB CAMPBELL Girls Perpetual thirst Spnngers Algebra ULISSE CANALE Food Good nature Clocks Uncle Sam ANN CARSWELL Silver bracelets Complexion Ciitiy girls Ray ARTHUR CHERNOFF Food MBIHOFY Dripping water Scribbling FRANCES CLARK Being wise Complexion Tickling people Using folly BETTY CLEMENTS That man PSD Slow pokes Laughing ' MARY COLIOS Mama's cooking BIOWH BYQS Grecian nose Drawing lips THEO COLIOS Movies Good temper Sigfer Reading DAN COLLINS Holidays Cracking jokes Referees Studying I-QVELYN COLLYER Convertibles Smile N0 gas Staiiip Gossiping FLLEN COMAR Tonnny DUFSCY Eyes Cold food Letter writing POB COWAN Girls Size Long fingernails Women SHERRILL CRONIN Horses Smile Dnneing Horseback riding LEE CROSBY Cozy fireplaces Curly beard Flat tires Fixing flat tires EDITH CURRIER Being late Good nature Little sisters Eating TED DAVIDSON Guns Good nature Shaving Hunting J EAN DENTON t'Gullibility" Looks Freokles Writing to Monk DOTTIE DIEFENDORF Messy ll0t0b00k5 Legs Purple clothes Losing books FOSTER DOANE "Gold Shade" Dry humor pM Commodore SYLVIA DONOR Jewelry EYSS Being small George IEOB DOUGHER Food Good nature Big feet Wandering J UNE DRAKE NZIVY CUTIY hail' Poor sports Eating and sleeping JULIA DROULETTE HUFSCS MY figure Wearing shoes Eating DOROTHY DYKE Temper Hair Bobby Camp ELAINE ELLENVVOOD Harris Hair Tegioliers Riding HARMON FARES Girls Good nature YMCA Llgvies BOB FARRELL Gate: Personality Keroliiefs Eating JOE FREDELLA Pool Dormant power 7th neriod Running over nennle SONIA FREUDENTHAL Ace Long eyelashes xlen Reading JIM GARYVOOD Blondes Good-nights Xveed shortage Hudson Falls ESTELLA GERHAUSER Boys Hair Broken promises Grant's Store BETTY GERSTEN Men Dimples Run-down heels Ah, yes! MORRIS GOLDSTEIN 'Trains Smile Rain Uncle Sam WILLIAM GOLDSTEIN One Meatball Thirtyetwo teeth English Brggklyn' U.S.A, BEA GORHAM F0011 XIEIIIOTY Tripping Sleeping EMMA GREGORY VVilly Petite History Letters BOB HAMRE "Happy Hank" Procrastination English themes Driving BEA HECHT Amber Curly hair Chicken soup Wolfing BERT HOAG Val Humor Snobs Pete COLLEEN HOGAN Vacations Personality Alarm clocks Shirley Mable's JANE HOMAN You know Artistic ability Stubborn men Fighting JIMMY HOWE Quietness Eyes Cold food Uncle Sam TOM HULSEBOSCH Trains Brush cut Tightwads Billiards FRANK HURLEY Pool Shyness Stupid girls Radio class ROSE JOSEPH Good food Drawing Toothaches Movies and dancing BETTY KINNEY llcr sailor Smile Uncertainty Ilean Sharps anti jflats NAME FOLLY YI lC'l'UE PET PEEYE l'ASTl M E HONEY KULLMAN ETHEL KYPRIDES RED LAFERA Wishing Well Banana splits Empire poolroom Her nickname Music Good nature Freckles Run-down heels Silly girls Number Please? Pete Shooting pool ED LA PANN Lovely women Curly hair Snobs SDUFT Filll SHIRLEY LAPOINT Absent-mindedness Hair Plaster casts Fflllilii-' iii illld Olif of love PAT LARABEE Dill pickles Frienrlliness Dentist BWWH50 JANET LEMMON Food Hail' Cllnging vines SDUITS ALAN LONGFRITZ Ice cream Smile English Gfflbhilw Wlfll MUSCS JEAN MAC MURRAY crazy hats Friendiiness Dripping water Music BILL MANN Blushing Height English NHV5' TONI METZNER Fond Curly hair Onions A1's'Ui1ill WINNIE NIILLAR ? 2 9 Good nature Stubborn people Lake Genrse BOB MINOR Slowness Good nature Clocks Talkillts' JOHN MOSES Good jokes Hnninr Hnvs ofni-e Reilililiii "EffI11ii'0" CHRISTINE NELSON Al Good nature Referees Lflwrllillif DOROTHY NELSON Arguing Curly llilir Unreasonable lvflitllli people SHIRLEY NEVENS Messy notebooks Drawing Teeth Wriiins letters DON NEVENS Movies Hiinnn' Slow nennle Ulifle Simi ERMUND NOONAN Spending money F01'8i.2'1l accents liepublicillls Gcssipillg TED NORTON Fruit salad Music English assignments Arguing EDNA OLDHAM Chewing gum AUUIUI Rushing Gflbbinl-T ALBERT OUDEKERK Dodge truck G00fl UISIS NO women WOIUEH HELENA PALMER Scribbling Sinile K1-esgeis 'friwelinr BARBARA PATTERSON Late hours Will power "Don'ts" ? ? ? SUSAN IJEPE C. T. Dimples Nose Cutting hair WALT PURNER Being tardy Ainbiiions 8215's Taking it easy BETTY QUINLAN Flip Smile No lnail Dalldilg BERT REIFF Saturday nights Sports English Hiivli hiking BOB ROBERTS Sleep Thoughtfulness Shoes Uncle Sam DAN ROBERTSON Weeds Height Big feet Upper Bay Street ELSIE ROBILI-,ARD Setting up pins Sense of humor Compositions Writing ICHCYS RITA ROBILLARD Loudness Liluglltei' Snobs U'0SSlDillL' JOHNNY ROSEBROOK Women Personality Cast and a cane RCSB? JENNIE RYTELL Banana splits Smile Poor sports T9l9Ph0lllI1g JOE SALERNO Neckties Bowling English Clnss Comic books GLENN SHATTUCK Chewing gum Brains Combs Street Corners ILEAN SI-IEA Horses Good looks Monday A. Mis Dfeillliillil BERNARD SIVAK Wisecracks Humor English WSSCCUIIK CUTS SARA SMITI-I AppIe pie Brainstorms Bossy nenlne Convertibles GLORIA SOLOMON Gum Hair Rain NEW York MARCY STAFFORD Eating Athletic ability Cgncnit Writing letters BILL STEPHENSON French fries P01'50lHl1itY Dentist UU119 Sillll MARILYN STEWART Being late P9YS011i11ifY Disappointments Dilyllfeiilllillif SHIRLEY STEWART Peanut butter C000 niifuir-2 Poor spin-is Drnnliiis sandwiches RODNEY STIMSON Girls Sheik 12100 Curfew Commodore GERTIE SUCKMAN Being silly Gnnd nninre CMS Dieting BARBARA SWEET Cats Smile Referees Basketball DAVE TAYLOR B. J. Boxing Dumb females HY" IRENE TITUS Good food Music Broken shoelaces Cello DORIS lY'AISSIERE French fries Good nature When morning Carol and Steven COIIICS ACE VARNEY "A" girl Personality SU-llllll Deflple Talking with "a" girl MARGARET VAN TRUMP South High Athletm 3bl1ifY Tflfdy fl'l9lldS S. G. F. GEORGE VAN VRANKEN Too quiet SDOITS Homework Sports SHIRLEY WARD Marines Eyes No mail or male Writing letters LIZZIE WEEKS Speeding Wit Gas l'?lti0llllllZ Arguing with cops FAY WEST Being late Good looks Finger nails Dishwashing JACKIE WILLIAMS Sleep late Sense of humor All esntist SPGTTS MARIE WYNNEROBERTS B, M, Thoughtfulness Dirty hair Writing letters LEE YAFFEE Drinking Heavy literature Inane conversation Any bar Y i MM Q , ' rc., ww CnemShf:m' k-T-me QA , 1 I-105+ A+NM+.w mogmbe M.Y4..ff,mx 3fa1f.,+f A 'YN W 'f mi Lelfxh A C rash 1-' f---4.+--v"-"0 "-"M D ,Q I t W, n o " ' U . 1 Q C L 0 4 Q . 1 U ' P T f . . O f u--g-icy--O"-59""0-N'-' ' 'Dun fB0hS'4'5"W 1 mmrikm Sgbtgcnr-Ca bmi:-S+ Craig I . , K Q . hwogjh A-Hue ' - Z 'B6l::'Fci.rt'e.uA-- Eousolgif wi-0 A I A' Mm Qf+fwfwf-1MBQS+ DOL-ww- Mo sk- QQQWQ .x-3 by A 43ccJ'fLcX ' Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi 9 . E! beik W , wkvxe Shmsm JHVHWP A 'f5Q,i'YsiqGe,vs'Ycn ,QZF1-'kd Q eerie? CAOJBSWSHEI ku NUSYYDWSM, X , QM,-55 YNFK' . 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Since the honors and duties of the Senior Class fall to you, our successors, we bequeath our out- standing qualities to you . . . Ann Carswell's collection of bracelets is left to Barbara Hodgins and june Coulter. To john Caffry, Glenn Shattuck leaves his high I.Q. . Reinhard Stolz is bequeathed Lee Crosby's handsome countenance. Dan Robertson offers his athletic ability to all those who need it. Martha Buckingham leaves the crown to all future Prom Queens. Dan Collins, wit is left to johnny Powers. Bert Reilf leaves his bum knee to Mary Ann Helm. Marcy Staffordis athletic ability is bestowed upon Marjorie Culver. Nancy Allen yields her A's to Betty Mead. jackie William's knowledge of basketball is conferred on Tony Sassone. Sara Smith's ability to get along with the opposite sex is left to Marilyn Pepin. Edgar Norton delivers his music ability to Marjorie Southwick. Betty Clements leaves her pep and vitality as a cheerleader to Joyce Wells. Dorothy Nelsonls scads of clothes are bequeathed to Judy Tidman. Betty Gersten hands down her ability to flirt to june Lord. Lila Adams leaves her cowboy suit to Ruthella Rolleston. jane Homan leaves S.M.A. to Claire Kalbfleisch. Bob Campbell leaves street corners to Marvin Travers. Doug Burch's line is willed to Bob Rider. Marilyn Stewart gratefully leaves her bowling ability to Catherine Huot. Betsy Ashley wills her mania for sweaters to Emilia DeSanctis. Bob Cowan leaves blondes to jim Rivers. To relieve the load in a certain truck, Bob Hamre leaves his car to Jimmy Dwyer and Gordon McCarthy. j Red LaFera leaves his "hot trumpet" to Sherwin Slater. Edna Oldham hands down her acting ability to Helen Goldstein. Rodney Stimson bequeaths his gentlemanly manners to George Reynolds. Irene Titus' quiet manner is left to Robert johnson. Fay West leaves her beauty to Marjorie Southwick. Dot Diefendorf leaves her shapely legs to joan McConnell. Tom Hulsebosch bequeaths his way with women to Don Gorman. Honey Kullman leaves her efficiency to Peggy Buddy. Chrissy Brown gratefully leaves her "Word Wealth" to Miss Hayes. Evelyn Collyer's nose for news and Ermund Noonanls grapevine are left to the Shangraw huddles. Gertie Suckman leaves her bathing suit to jane White. Dick Britt leaves his jitterbugging to Phil Smith. To the Class of 1946, we leave the 'wish for a bright and happy future with the promise of peace. As we go drifting "Down Memory Lane," we wish you success and bid you farewell. THE SENIORS, CLASS OF 1945 june, 1945 .ass if i E 5 594' it fr 4 .J :J 4 Z, I J I J L 1 E : e J :L '-' L '-4- M A J Q . I 9 -M M K is C3 4' X, 5 err y n " h LM J V .2 my 1 Q4 v of ,f 5 L, P .1 f 4 - , .. 3 Q 5 5 .J QQ sf 5 7 'H - 0' 421 ' go 1 " f- 9 .2 Q99 I 8 Q 4 0 Q2 YK Q ' e" . 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Approved Flight School Licensed by Operators of the Stale of New York 1 GLENS FALLS AIRPORT Student Instruction-Aircraft Sales and Service-Charter Trips-Aerial Photography Prepare Yourselfves for Postwar Aviation Aletifvities by LEARNING TO FLY TODAY CLAss1zs Now FORMING REASONABLE RATES Tel. 2-2639 - 2-9754 F IN CH, PRUYN 8: COMPANY Coal, Lumber, Building Material Fuel Oil, Refrigeration, Stokers, Coke, Oil Burners, Paint, Kerosene Dial 2-2161 27-29-31-33 Glen Street JOHN VVILEY'S Walk-Over Boot Shop featuring SIXIART SHOES OF WORLD KNOWN QUALITY FOR ALL THE FAMILY With ration periods lengthening and fewer shoes to choose from, it is more to your advantage than ever before to K'Buy the better shoes" and take good care of them. 13 Warren Street RIALTO BLOCK Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of DR. EDWARD P. BURNS DR. IRVING M. FALKENBURY DR. HOWARD A. DARK . DR. GEORGE I. FIELDING Complimemtf of M. AMES CHEMICAL WQRKS Incorporated GLENS FALLS POST CGMPANY Blaster Craftsmen in the Art of Printing in Black and Colors Pubfzkberf gf THE POST-STAR and THE GLENS FALLS TIMES 80 Glen Street - I4 Park Street Telephone Q-3131 Congratulations to the Class of 1945 MERKEL 84 GELMAN 'The Sfm of Cheerful Same YOU,LL FIND YOUR FRIENDS AND MANY OTHER THINGS YOU LIKE AT 9 56 -S100 COOL INSURING AGENCY, Inc. P. R. Peck H. C. Brown W. C. Rrliller GENERAL INSURANCE ll Ridge St. Glens Falls, N. Y. Phone 2-0947 ' . Established 1917 Thousands of girls are needed in the business and government oflices NOW. The salaries r h' h d th t 't' f d t a e lg an eoppor um les ora vancemen are unlimited. The quickest way to prepare for one of these good positions is to take a business course at Mrldred Elleu Seeretarral School for Grrls 227 Quail Street, Corner Hudson Avenue ALBANY 3, N. Y. Send for Catalog REGISTER NOW Summer Session starts July 9 Fall session starts September 4 , ,A A Fashion-wise Teensters 1- A5QjWg Know that , Set the Fashion - Pace for Budget Buying Sam 61 Bill's BUS TERMINAL LUNCH 16 SOUTH STREET Only Two Places to Eat 'KHere and Homev Compiiments I-IALLS ICE CREAM Bordenls Ice Cream Products Aronson's Drug Store BA1zx1-gr Auoxsox, Proprietor NATIONALLY ADVERTISED DRUGS at Minilizuzzz Prices Phone 2-1035 92 Broad Street Glens Falls N O R M A N ' S SERVICE STATION Gulf Products Registered Lubrimtiozz Broad and Hudson Ave. Dial 2-4700 INSURE YOUR FUTURE SECURITY . . . Enroll Now at 9 Courses to choose from Secretarial Accounting Business Administration Stenographic Bookkeeping Secretarial Finishing Civil Service Tutoring Business Machines Income and S. S. Taxes New Classes Start First Monday of Each Month 7' 1" V' YV! Y Albany Business College Stop in and see the new College Hall -or write tor tree catalog. Address: Prentiss Carnell, Ir. Director ot Admissions 126-134 Washington Ave. Albany, N. Y. Phone 5-3449 W. T. GRANT CO. "Known for Values" 147 Glcn Street Glens Falls, N. Y. For Beauty in the Home Look to C U S I-l lVl A N ' S 8 Marple Street Phono 2-2810 Sheehan Silk Shop, lnc. Specialists in Silks, Wool, Dress Goods and VVash Goods 16 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N. Y. RIDGE BOOKSHOP Specializing in BOOKS - GIFTS - CARDS 5 Ridge su-ect Dial 2-3242 lYin your way to IL glowing tan with fl smart out-door garment chosen from our new assortment. W' 61575 fAllSp N. X Glens Falls, N. Y. C LEARN TO SAVE the safe way Huy GUARANTEED FOOD AT SAVING PRICES at Your Nearest GRAND UNION Brayclon 81 Chapman The Home of Better Music STEINVVAY PIANOS Records Victor - Columbia - Decca - Bluebird Ewrything in the fllusic Line 104 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of Frasier Paint Co. 39 PARK ST. GLlcNs FALLS, N. Y .l FITZGERALD'S RESTAURANT SPECIAI, LUNCHEOXS AND DINNERS "Good Food Is Good Health" Compliments of the Adirondack Underwriters or Realty Corporation REAL ESTATE . INSURANCE TORT ROGERS AGENCY Realtor COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE Homes, Farms, Czunps, Tourist Homes, Business Properties, Rentals, lNIOI'tg:Ige Loans, Property Manzlgeincnt, Appraisals 75 RIDGE STREET GLENS FALLS, N. Y Dial 2-3323 - 2-4646 - 2-1250 Queensbury Barber Shop ofers to its patrons and their families covzwzlwziwfl and expert attention Appointments by Telephone-2-5525 JOHN MILLS, Proywietor Compliments of BULLARD, REC-AN 6: STAF F ORD, lnc. JOSEPH F. REGAN GLENS FALLS FUR SHOP, Inc. Repairing and Rffnzodeling Cold Storaye Telvphone 2-3424 184 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y Bolirer and Donahue B A K E R Y U'lLw'c 1110 Quality Is Different WEDDING, BIRTHDAY AND PARTY CAKES A SPECIALTY ROLLS Fon ALL OCCASIONS Phono 2-0038 Plenty of Parking Spfico' 29 IVALNUT STREET GLENS FALLS, N. Y. ROBERT R. JONES ESTATE Electrical Contractor Vining and Fixtures 19 TNI.-xsox ST. GLENS FALLS, N. Y Phone 2-4171 Capone's Shoe Do All Your Shopping in One Spot Through Our General Catalog Rebullders Fast, Efficient Service DIAL 2-1716 Sears, Roebuck and Co. 16 Exchange Street ' Glens Falls, N. Y. 12 Maple St' Glens Falls, N. Y. RET.AIL WHoLEs,xLL Detroit Supply Co., lnc. Phone 2-3104 - 2-3105 JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTOIIS Automotive Equipment Replacement Parts 41 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of MGI-IICAN CO. Bromley Auto Sales BEST IN AUTOIVIOBILES 125, 195 at 197 'Wu 1-1- en st. PHONE 2-3553 Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of Bronne Shirt Outlet J. STERLING, Inc. JEWELERS 110 GLEN STREET GLENS FALLS, N. I-IOAG'S TIRE. SI-IOP 30 PARK STREET Pyolfs Heczrl Motor' Oil BILLFOLDS, DESK SETS Books, Latest Fiction and Reprints Rental Library Compliments of RUSSELL 8: WAIT 122 GLEN STREET Wlzerz Your ROOF IS LEAKING and STEEPLE NEEDS REPAIRS Call the Roof Doctor Dial 2-6126 Glens Falls, N. Y Burch's Confectionary SoDAs - ICE CREAM Groceries, Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes DIAL 2-9810 117 Buy Street Glens Falls, N. Y l..incly's Flower Shop KNUT HEDLUND Compliments of KONG CHOW 18 vlY?11'l'OI1 St. Glens Falls, N. Y , WURLITZER Automatic phonograph HENRY KNOBLAUCH Glens Falls, N. Y. SCOTTY'S 58 WARREN STREET Q GOODYEAR TIRES Fuel Oils Comjnlimenls of COMMODORE RESTAURANT REMEMBER SCHOOL DAYS WITH GOOD SNAPSHOTS Developing - Printing - Enlnrgeinents SHANGRAVWS PHARMQACY Glen Street at Grant Avenue STAFFORD'S STORE 9 DAVIS STREET Tel. 2-9889 Glens Falls, N. Y. CARL J. KREISER Insurance Rooin 326 Insurance Bldg. Phone 2-4116 MADDEN DRUG STORE THE PRESCRIPTION STORE Crandall Block 176 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. L A R R Y ' S Men's Store FOR MEN WHO CARE WHAT THEY WEAR 174 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of . NORTHERN DYERS and CLEANERS Compliments of NORTHERN INSURING AGENCY, Inc. ' 2 Park Street Glens Falls, N. Y. EMPIRE BILLIARD ROOIVI BILLIARDS AND SUPPLIES 11 South Street Glens Falls, N. Y. GLENS FALLS WATCH SHOP Fine Watch Repairing 20 SOUTH ST. STORE YOUR FURS WITH A FURRIER Your furs will look better and last longer BASSOCICS FURRIERS 29 Ridge Street Telephone 2-1755 HOMETOVVN CLEANERS 74 PARK STREET WARREN LUNCH 57 XYARREN STREET "Specialize in Ilomc Cooking" MILLER BROTHERS 28-32 MAPLE STREET RIDGEDALE MARKET 193 RIDGE STREET BARNEY Borrmas, Prop. Compliments of SALVATORE'S SHOE SERVICE 33 WARREN STREET COMPLUIENTS Of KOHN BROTHERS, Inc. ,452 BEAUTY SALON N QQ IDIIII7' Styling' of Distinction Q Dial 2-4187 BOSTON BEAUTY SHOPPE MRS. S. A. do MONTBRUN Phone 2-5018 117 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. J. S. KANTROVVITZ G'receries, Preeisions, Fruits, Vegetables I Ilellealrssen - Gasoline and Oils Goods Delivered in All Parts of the City Telephone 2-1257 100 Bread Stl 'CCL SPORT COATS Sweaters - Pants O U T L E T On Glen Street Hill Glens Falls, N. Y. Compliments of ECONOIVIY STORE JOHNIS FRUIT IVIARKET Quality Fruits and Vegetables Tel. 2-3205 2 YVarren St. MICHAEL C. LINEHAN Ixst'1IANc1': OF EVERY DEsCRII'TION 2-5728 Ol' 2-2840 Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY Co. 88 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. 51357: ULQ, l-I. A. I-Iilclreth 16 SOUTH ST. .Ywzrsmfnzz and Bus Ticket Agency Phone 2-3416 M. LAPHAM'S SONS SPORTING GOODS .186 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. MEET YOFR FRIENDS AT SIVIITH'S MEN'S SHOP Rogers Building Bay K Maple Streets Glens Falls, N. J. T. BARNES ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE Glens Falls, New York New earl Rebuilt Illelors and Equipment 49 Park Street PhOI1C 2-5073! THE SUGAR BOWL DELICIOES HOME-MADE ICE CREAM and HOME-MADE CANDY Mike Pissare, Proprietor 103 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. COBBS WISE DRESS SHOP Dmcss - SPORTSWEAII - LINGERIE 137 Glen Stz t Iee Phone 2-9853 WALTER QTinkl THOMAS I'LUMEINe AND OIL B1fIiNEII SERVICE Dial 2-3087 6 Baldwin Avenue Glens Falls, N. Y. DAVID'S SHOES Glens Falls PHONE 2-4447 MCCARTHY BROS. Frozen Foods, Groceries and Vegetallles 191 RIDGE STREET Compliments of SUPER MARKET 178 Glen Street Compliments of SLATERlS GIFT SHOP 33 IVarren Street Glens Falls, N. Y. We Join in llII'Sl1Z-710 the Class of '45 . Every Success THE ROWLEY'S 19 TTNION STREET Home of Sealtest Frozen Foods ancl Ice Cream Distributor for YALE PADLOCKS, NIGHT LOCKS DOOR CLOSERS CALL HARDWARE CORP. Compliments of . DAISY DAIRY A Complete Food Store on a Convenient Corner HOWARD W. SWAN Dial 2-2583 32 Dix Ave. 113 Buy Street Tel. 2-6034 EVELYN XVADE CAROLYN LEMMON PERRY,S TAVERN "IVhei'e -Old Frienfls Meet" STEAK - BIIOILERS - CHICKEN PIE All Legal Beverages Glen Lake 2-0441 Compliments ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE STORE Shoes, Hosiery for All the Family 146 Glen Street Dial 2-6023 CHARLES! L. VVILLIANIS Complete Arelzcry Sert'i1'e for Schools, Camps aml Irzcliuidzmls 51 Coolidge Avenue Glens Falls BUY WAR BONDS LYN BEAUTY SALON Room 309 Rogers Building Glens Falls, New York Phone 2-4894 9 Ii. In. to 6 p. Compliments of CHILDRENS STORE 33 Warren Street Dial 2-6146 ESQUIRE RESTAURANT and MUSIC BAR 42 SOUTH ST. M. H. WILLIAMS, JR. Grade A Pasteurized Milk and Cream Wholesale and Retail DIAL 5-4428 14 Stevens Lane Fort Edward "THE PRINTERY ON THE PARK" THE BULLARD PRESS High Quality Printing 38 Years of Service 20 MAPLE STREET TELEPHONE 2-4424 G-LENS FALLS, NEW YORK 1 i N 4 H


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