Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY)
- Class of 1951
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JOHN W. CANADAY
' Board of Education
Noi pictured: Robert S. Buddy,
Russell M. L. Carson
Frank A. Conlin
Clerk of the Board
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1951:
Although the duties of the Board of Education are primarily the
establishing of school policy and the raising of money to properly con-
duct the schools, we have enjoyed having the opportunity to follow
the progress of the classes from year to year. We are indeed proud of
the record your class has made. Your accomplishments are recorded in
the pages of this Red and Black and amply speak for themselves.
Much time has been devoted this year to the many problems and
details constantly arising in connection with the construction of the new
high school building. Work has progressed very satisfactorily in spite
of difliculties associated with material shortages and a memorable wind
storm which did considerable damage during the early stages of con-
struction. We regret that the Class of 1951 has not been able to enjoy
the facilities of the new building, but you will have the distinction of
being the last class to graduate from the high school on Glen Street.
All members of the Board of Education join me in extending best
wishes for success to you, the Class of 1951, in the years ahead.
JOHN W. CANADAY, Preridenz
J- Carlewn Liddlf- Board of Education
J. Ward Russell Mrs. Alfred E. Van Witt Francis W, McGinley
John W. Glass Fabian O. Ducharme
TO THE CLASS OF 1951:
Congratulations on the completion of your high school course.
Future classes will have the advantages of a new building, but your
class can point back to older traditions, perhaps more intimate asso-
ciations, and certainly more distinct "echoes" Your school life in
Glens Falls has been an opportunity to live and learn. May this expe-
rience prove to be a suitable foundation for citizenship in our free
ALIsx4NDER W. MILLER,
Superintendent of School:
Della McAlley Mrs. Dorothy F. Hughes Mrs. Viola B. Kelley Mrs. Gloria M. Brandt
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T0 THE CLASS OF 1951:
Your class comes up to its graduation at an important time in the
history of the school. Your life in this building has been a never-to-be-
forgotten experience. I hope that as you leave and join the alumni
group you will take with you a fondness for the memories of the past
and a pride, not only in that past, but in the future of the school as well.
As we move into our new home, we want you to feel that you are as
much a part of the new Glens Falls High School as you were of the old.
Speaking for the faculty, I extend congratulations and best wishes.
WILLIAM H. BROWN,
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Englishg Sponsor, National
JOHN L. VAN DER VOORT
Englishg Co-sponsor, Dramat-
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HAROLD M. LONG
History Historyg Senior Class Adviser.
SARAH A. ADRIANCE MAURICE E. EDWARDS
Jayvee Track Coach.
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Adviser. ball Coach.
BEATRICE MABLE CLIFFORD K. BOSWORTH HOWARD E. GROUT
Biologyg Sponsor, Science
ANN J. MCCREA
Business Educationg Sponsor,
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REGINALD T. SHULTZ
Business Educationg Assistant
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ELIZABETH ANN ACKLEY
Where this miss is, there is always loads of fun and
happy people. Tish likes to ski, sleep late and have vaca-
tions. Her pet peeve is moody people. Concert Band 2, 3,
4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, Cap and
Gown Com., G.A.C. 3, 4, Ski Club 2, French Club 3, 4,
Gym Exh., Bowling 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com.
JOHN GREGORY ADRIANCE
Mole and that Pontiac are inseparable. A sports enthu-
siast, Mole finds his enjoyment in parties, card games at
Kav's and girls. Peroxide used generously definitely doesn't
appeal. Varsity-G Club 4, jayvee Basketball 3, Varsity 4,
Varsity Track 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Bowling 3, Gym Exh.
3, Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.
HELEN MARIE AKINS
Helen, who is always ready for a good time and always
has a smile for everyone, likes hen sessions, dancing, and
pizza. Another of her chief interests is the Aba "Co" Club.
Red and Black Staff, All-State Music Festival 2, 35 Sr. Ball
Com., Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Play Staff, G.A.C. 3, 4, Gym
Exh. 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Orch. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Soph. Choir.
NORMA MAE ALLEN
Norma is a quiet girl who likes playing the piano in her
spare time, hot dogs, and square dancing. Her pet peeve is
being bothered when she is tired. Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh.
2, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4.
NOEL RUTH ALVERSON
Noel, one of our pretty prom attendants, is fond of
dancing, Spring, "Woodhue," and talking with the girls.
Red and Black Staff, jr. Prom Attendant, Student Council
2, Northern Star Staff, Patrons Night Cast, Drama Night
Cast, Dramatic Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Library Club
4, Art Club 4, jr. Ring Com., Cap and Gown Com., jr.
Prom Com., G.A.C. 3, 4, Play Day 3, Gym Exh. 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Swimming 4.
LILLIAN ERNA ARNDT
Lillian, our popular "A" student, enjoys languages,
swimming, and driving. She likes being with people, and
plans to become a foreign service worker. Honor Society
3, 4, French Club 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, 4,
Sr. Announcement Com., Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com.,
Play Day 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, 3,
4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, 3, 4.
RALPH RICHARD ARNOLD
Ralph, one of the quietest boys in our class, likes square
dancing and tinkering with cars. His ambition is to be a
DEBORAH JANE AXTELL
Effervescent Debby seems to be always "on the go." She
likes to laugh and have a good time, but dislikes sleeping.
Her pet peeve is insincere people. Red and Black Staff,
Hi-Y 3, Sergeant at Arms 4, Patrons Night Play Cast, Sr.
Play Cast, French Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Orchestra
2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Music
Competition 2, 3, 4, Northern Star Staff, G.A.C. 3, 4, Gym
Exh. 3, 4, Student Mixer Com. 3, 4, Choir 2, Ski Club 2,
Sr. Announcement Com., Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com.,
Soph. Hop Com.
MARJORIE BERNICE BAKER
Margie, famous for her ability in snapping gum or twirl-
ing a baton, is very interested in Cleverdale. This little
lass likes talking on the phone and sports. Student Council
33 Baton Twirling 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 43 Dramatics
Club 43 Library Staff 4g Drama Night Staff 43 Jr. Red
Cross 23 Ski Club 2, All-State Music Competition 2, 3, 4,
Soph. Choir3 Gym Exh. 2, 3, 43 Play Day 43 Bowling 2, 33
Swimming 2, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4g Soph. Hop Com.3 Jr. Prom
Com., Sr. Ball Com., Cap and Gown Com.
MARY JANE BANNON
Mary's main interest is a certain black coupe. Besides
driving, picnics and dancing take up her time. This future
secretary dislikes conceited people. Biology Club 23 Library
Staff 39 Art Club 4g G.A.C. 2, 3, 4g Play Day 35 Gym Exh.
33 Bowling 3, 4g Softball 2, 3, Field Hockey 2, 33 Archery
2, 33 Ir. Prom Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.
SAMUEL EDWARD BANNON
Qaml-in mn- Fufnrp rnnrlnanir cnpnrlc mnef nf his time
and television. His pet peeve, however, is women drivers.
GORDON STAFFORD BARNUM, JR.
Gordie spends most of his time on sports, jam sessions,
and outdoor motor boats. This future business "exec" takes
pictures for a hobby. Red and Black Staffg Sr. Announce-
ment Com.3 German Club 3, 43 Tennis Award 33 Intra-
mural Basketball 2, 33 Gym Exh. 23 Sr. Ball Com.3 jr.
Prom Com.: Soph. Hop Com.
STEPHEN AMOUR BASSOCK
Sid is 'well known for his interest in all-night poker
parties. A smart dresser, he manages to find plenty of time
for girls. His ambition is to retire after a long college
life. Dramatics Club 2, 3, Executive Board 4g Drama
Night Cast 2, 3, 4, Jayvee Baseball 3, 4g jayvee Basketball
Manager 23 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 33
Jr. Prom Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.
FREDERICK MacFARREN BECKWITH, JR.
Tex, Glens Falls' own Jerry Lewis, dotes on leopard-
skin shirts and playing the guitar, banjo, and ear drum.
He likes racing boats with Dub, but hates cowboys. Sr.
Expression Recitalg Patrons Night Play Castg Dramatics
Club 33 Vice Pres. 4g Drama Night Play Cast 4, Sr. Ball
Ch.3 Biology Club Treas. 23 Sr. Play Stalfg Intramural Bas-
ketball, Sr. Choir.
DORIS CELIA BEMIS
Collecting post-cards keeps petite Dodie happy when
she isn't enjoying pizza, dancing, movies, basketball and
traveling. Conceited people don't get very far with Dodie.
G.A.C. 3, 4g F.H.A. Pres. 4g Music Competition 2g Or-
chestra 2, 33 Sr. Ball Com.3 Softball 3, 4, Archery 3, 43
Gym Exh. 3, 4. '
GEORGE RAYMOND BEMIS
Smoky is fond of carpentry and has a knack for doing it
well. He sees all the current movies as an usher at the
Rialto. jr. Prom Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.g Gym Exh. 2, 3.
JOAN LUELLA BEMIS '
joan, a lass with dark hair and bright eyes, gets a lot
of enjoyment out of ice skating and swimming. She also
likes to eat spaghetti and listen to all kinds of popular
music. French Club 45 Soph. Girls' Choir5 Sr. Play StaH5
G.A.C. 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 25 Softball 2, 3,
45 Archery 2, 3.
WILLIAM ARTHUR BENNETT
Willy, our football star, enjoys late hours and sleeping
late. He likes baseball, mountain climbing, and attending
outings with the AOHBW. Sr. Play Cast5 Varsity-G Club
45 jayvee Baseball 2, Varsity 3: jayvee Football 2, 3, Vars-
ity 45 All-Conference Tackle Football 45 Patrons Night
Castg Sergeant at Arms, German Club 35 Sr. Play Staffg
Biology Club 25 Sr. Ball Com.5 Sr. Announcement Com.5
Gym Exh. 2.
DONALD WILLIAM BLAKE
Duck is famous for his hand-painted ties. His other
specialities are sleeping and sports. A future carpenter or
mover, Duck is annoyed by busy-bodies. jayvee Football 2,
3, Varsity 45 Varsity-G Club 45 Intramural Basketball 2,
35 Bowling 3, 45 All-State Music Festival 45 Senior Choir
2, 3, 4.
A ROBERT MARSHALL BLOCK
Sports, photography, and the AOHBW take up much of
Bob's time. His ambition is to see the Boston Red Sox
smother the Yanks in the 1951 pennant race. Red and
Black Staffg Northern Star Assoc. Editor 35 Sports Editor
45 Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Sr. Ball
Com.5 Jr. Prom Com.5 Soph. Hop Com.
THEODORE WILLIAM BLOCK
Ted likes staying out nights and new jokes. He dislikes
State Troopers and conceited girls. His ambitions are to
own a restaurant and a convertible. Red and Black StaH5
Cap and Gown Com.5 jayvee Football 25 Chess Club 2, 3,
45 Sr. Ball Com.5 jr. Prom Com.5 Soph. Hop Com.5 Jr. Red
Cross 35 Gym Exh. 25 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Bowling
2, 3, 4.
LOIS ANN BOLTON
A sweet girl, with a flair for sports, Lo is interested in
Hague and athletics. Her chief ambition is to become a
medical assistant. French Club 3, 45 Sr. Choir 3, 45 Soph.
Choir5 G.A.C. 3, 45 Play Day 3, 45 Sr. Announcement
Com.5 jr. Prom Com.5 Soph. Hop Com.5 Basketball 2,
3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 2, 35 Bowling 25
LOUIS WILLIAM BOOTH, JR.
A dramatic star more than once, Satchmoe's likes in-
clude baseball, movies, and card games at Big Fred's. A
genial guy, who always makes a good time and doesn't
dislike anything. Student Council 35 Sr. Play Cast5 Sr.
Expression Recital5 Patrons Night Cast 45 Dramatics Club
2, 3, Pres. 45 Varsity-G Club Treas. 45 jayvee Baseball 2,
Varsity 3, 45 jayvee Basketball 35 French Club 3, 45 jr.
Ring Com.5 Activity Agent 45 Sr. Ball Com.
NORMA SHIRLEY BOSWORTH
Boz, with her friendly smile and easy manner, has won
her place in our hearts. She has excelled along the musi-
cal and scholastic lines. Red and Black Editorg ,Student
Council 45 Sr. Expression Recital5 Hi-Y 3, Vice-Pres. 45
Biology Club Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 45
Music Competition 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, Ass't Mgr. 3,
Mgr. 45 Marching Band 2, Ass't Mgr. 3, Mgr. 45 All-State
Festival 35 French Club Sec'y 45 Sr. Choir 25 Sr. Ball Com.
ROBERT PETER BOZZONE
Bozo, who can't stand English themes, has been kept
busy by being President of the Student Council for two
consecutive terms. He also enjoys baseball and popular
music. Honor Society Treas. 4, Student Council 2, Vice-
Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Red and Black Editor, German Club
Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Ex. Com 4,
Drama Night Cast 2, 3, Sr. Exp. Recital, Co-Ch. Cap and
Gown Com., Jr. Prom Com., jr. Ring Com. Ch., Jayvee
Baseball 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Act. Tkt. Agent 2, 3, Intra-
mural Basketball, Gym Exh. 2, 3.
, CONSTANCE MARY BRILLING
A pretty girl with a merry smile--that's Connie. Her
likes include short hair, red heads, sewing and music. She
detests poor dancers and noisy people. jr. Red Cross 4,
F.H.A. 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Library Club Z, G.A.C. 3, 4,
Play Day 3, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Music Festival
2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Gym.Exh,, Bowling 2, 3, Field
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Swimming 3, Softball 3, 4,
Archery 2, 3, 4.
NEIL MERRITT BROWN
Dubber, who is always ready with a joke, is one of our
favorite comedians. He likes guitar music and jazz. This
talented fellow wants to manage a store some day. Patrons
Night Play Cast 4, Biology Club 2, Intramural Basketball
2, 3, Sr. Play'Staff, Hockey 2, 3, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom
Com., Soph. Hop Com.
HELEN AVERY BULLEN
Lolly's interests center around music, sports, dancing,
dramatics, and sleeping late. She's a member of the Aba
"Co" Daba Club and always enjoys a good laugh. Red
and Black Staff, Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Announcement Com.,
Patrons Night Staff, jayvee Cheerleader 2, Varsity 4,
Dramatics Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, 4, Drama
Night Cast 3, All-State Music Festival 3, 4, Play Day 3,
Softball 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Sr. Ball
Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com.
DONALD JAMES CAHILL
A man of many likes, Don goes in for spaghetti, sleep-
ing late, jazz, a good laugh, and dancing. About the only
thing he doesn't like is loud girls. Chess Club 2, 3, 4,
Gym Exh. 2, 3, jayvee Football 2, Bowling 2, 3, Capt 4,
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soph. Hop Com., Jr. Prom
Com., Sr. Ball Com. I
WILLARD NORMAN CAMP
Red's bright thatch and enthusiasm for sports are well-
known. Easy-going Red enjoys good books, sleeping late,
and ice hockey. Varsity-G Club 3, 4, jayvee Football 2,
Varsity 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball
3, Ice Hockey 3, 4.
L -L L. PAQ17R1S.lA..1f-MSE QAMPPELL
Pat enjoys all outdoor sports, sleeping late, andwgood
food. She wants to be a nurse and likes playing the piano
and working in the library. Senior Play Staff, Patrons
Night Staff, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Library Staff
2, 3, 4,-Sr. Ball Com,, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4,
Hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, Play Day 3, Swimming 2,
WILLIAM VINCENT CANALE
Football, the music of Gershwin and Kern, and girls are
Vince's special interests. His ambition lies in the field of
journalism, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball 2, Hockey, Red and Black Stalfg North-
ern Star 2, 3, German Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, jr. Red
Cross, Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh. 2.
HELEN CHRISTEEN CARALIOTA
Chris likes beautiful clothes, Academy uniforms, and
collecting records. Her pet peeve is the 18-year-old-draft
bill. Here's to a future costume designer. Red and Black
Editor, Hi-Y 4, French Club 3, Sr. Announcement Com.,
Sr. Play Staff, jr. Prom Com., G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Library
EtzHf22,3GZfm Exh. 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, Softball 3, Basket-
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BARBARA GRACE CLARK
.Barb,Aour future seamstress, spends most of her spare
time writing to a tall boy in Columbia. Her pet peeves
are promptness, history, and Dixieland music. Sr. Choir
2, 3, 4, jr. Choir 2, Music Competition 2, 3, 4, G.A.C.
3, 4, Sr. Ball Com., Bowling 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
Archery 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
JEAN IDA COLLINS
Jeanie is a girl who always has a friendly smile and a
pleasant word for everyone. Her main ambitions are to
travel and have a good time. Red and Black Staff, Art
Club 4, Patrons Night Play Staff 4, Bowling 2, 3, Basket-
ball 2, Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Class Publicity
Com., Cap and Gown Com.
ELIZABETH ROSE CONNORS
Betty has a flair for cute clothes and enjoys dancing.
She likes movies and going out of town, but hates to get
up in the morning. G.A.C., Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com.,
Soph. Hop Com., Gym Exh. 2, Bowling 2, Basketball 2.
SHIRLEY ELIZABETH COON
Boo Boo divides her time among telephone operating,
dancing, and the Aba-Co-Daba Club. This petite miss is
busy all the time. Her ambition is to enjoy life. She does!
Honor Society 4, Drama Night Cast 4, Dramatics Club
2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Biology Club 2, Sr. Ball
Com., Sr. Play Staff, Patrons Night Staff, Soph. Hop
Com,, Jr. Prom Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, Bowling 3, 4, Field
Hockey 2, Basketball 3, 4.
PHILIP WALKER COWAN
Sports, week-end trips, and parties take up much of
Phil's time. Summer vacations and Cleverdale mix well
together.He dislikes getting up early in the morning. Vars-
ity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Cap't. 4, Varsity-G Club
3, 4, Hockey, Class Treas. 2, French Club 3, 4, Band
2, 3, 4, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com.
Ruthie can be easily recognized by her winning smile
and marvelous personality. A leader throughout school,
Ruthie is a real addition to any party. Red and Black
Staff, jr. Prom Attendant, Hi-Y Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Class
Vice-Pres. 2, Sec'y 4, Sr. Expression Recital, Student
Council 2, Varsity and jayvee Cheerleader, Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, G.A.C., Drama Night
Cast 2, 4, Sr. Ball Com., Ring Com., Play Day, Softball,
SYLVIA ERMA DAYUBE
Music is the first love and future career of diminutive
Sib, who will miss school after graduation. She likes tele-
phone operating, a good time, and the Aba-Co-Daba Club.
Law Prize 3, Red and Black Staff, Drama Night 3, 4,
Music Festival 3, Music Competition 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play
Staff, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Northern
Star 2, Patrons Night Staff, Library Staff 2, 33 Biology
Club 2, G.A.C. 4, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Gym
Exh. 3, Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Bowling 2, Field
JEANETTE ESTHER DEEB
Good food, trying out new recipes, and Stan are the
main interests of Jeanette, the girl with the long, black
hair. Teasing and conceited people, however, rub her the
wrong way. jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Cap and Gown
ANN ELIZABETH FREDERICA DEICH
Ann, known for her pretty clothes and hair, plans to be
a hotel manager. She enjoys swimming, skiing, crossword
puzzles, boats, and T.V. Honor Society 4, Northern Star
2, 3, Orch. 2, 3, Mgr. 4, Sr. Play Staff, Patrons Night Play
Staff, G.A.C. 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Sr. Announcement
Com., Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.,
Gym Exh. 2, 3.
JUNE ADA DEIHL
junie's a gal who loves pizza, coffee, and music by
Chopin and Beethovan. She excels at the piano as well
as at the clarinet. She handles a rifle pretty good, too.
French Club 4, German Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, G.A.C.
2, 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, Treas. 4, Sr. Ball Com., jr.
Prom Com., Cap and Gown Com., Gym Exh. 2, Bowling
3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Softball
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
GAY MARIE DE LONG '
Gay, aiming to be a physical therapist, likes sports, ani-
mals, people, and biographies, but oh, how she hates that
green vocabulary book. Honor Society 3, 4, Red and
Black Staff, Sr. Play Staff, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, French Club
Sec'y 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, Pres. 3, 4, Jam Inn, Co-Treas. 3,
Sec'y 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sr. Ball Com., Softball 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, Hockey 3, Playday 3.
JOHN GEORGE DEMAS
Sock, who has been our able class president for the
last three years, is noted for his ability in basketball and
his Monday morning siestas. Honor Society 3, Vice-Pres. 4,
Class Pres. 2, 3, 4, Boys' State, Student Council Sec'y 2, 4,
Varsity-G Club 4, jayvee Basketball 3, Varsity 4, French
Club Treas. 3, 4, jr. Ring Com., Pageant Com., Intramural
ROLLAND JOSEPH DESCHAMBEAULT
Dish is a welcome addition to our school. His favorite
pastimes are reading and collecting books, and participating
in sports. Transferred from St. Mary's Academy in Fall
of 1950, where he was outstanding in athletics. Bowl-
ing 4, Baseball 4, Sr. Ball Com.
ANNE ALICE DEWEY
Anne divides her time among the Telephone Co., the
movies, and a certain party. Her list of offices testifies
to her efficiency and her popularity. Honor Society Sec'y 4,
Red and Black Staff, Student Council 3, Treas. 4, jr.
Red Cross Pres. 3, 4, jr. Red Cross Wellesly Delegate 2,
Hi-Y 4, G.A.C. 2,- 3, 4, Cap and Gown Com., Soph. Hop
Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Bowling 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3, Play Day 4.
EDWIN FRANCIS XAVIER DONOVAN
Bish, one of our football stars, goes in for wild parties,
nice clothes, -and long weekend trips. Why the dislike for
lumber yards, Ed? Red and Black Bus. Mgr., Varsity-G
Club, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, jayvee Basketball 2, Co-
Capt. 3, jayvee Baseball 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Pres. 4,
Sr, Ball Ch., Act. Tkt. Agent 4, jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4,
Bowling 2, 3, 4, Cap and Gown Com., jr. Prom Com.,
Soph. Hop Com., Gym Exh., Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4.
ALLEN EUGENE DOTY, JR.
Al's dancing and bowling go unnoticed by very few.
He'd love to be able to sleep late all the time, and it is
his dream to own a 1951 Cadillac. Concert Band 2, 35
Marching Band 2, 35 Sr. Announcement Com., All-State
Festival 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3.
JAMES ARTHUR DUVAL
Du-val and his Vitalis are inseparable. He is another
enthusiastic member of the AOHBW. No matter who does
what and where, it's always, "Du-val Did Itl" Student
Council 2, 33 Red and Black Staff, Varsity-G Club
Treas. 4, jayvee Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, All Conference
Guard 4, Concert Band 2, Orchestra 25 Sr. Ball Com.5 Jr.
Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com., Bowling, Hockey, Swim-
CHARLES EUGENE FARRELL '
Chuck enjoys dancing, girls, and nice clothes so much
that he has time to dislike only homework. All through
G. F. H. S. dark-haired Chuck has been outstanding in
sports. Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Varsity
Baseball 2, 4, jayvee Basketball Captain 3.
DONALD FRIEND FEARIS
Stinky, our mad chemist, likes ice cream, pizza, and
wild parties. He will long be remembered for his dra-
matic ability. Radio Quiz Team 2, 3, Sr. Play Cast, Drama
Night Cast 4, Patrons Night Staff, Drarnatics Club 3, 4,
German Club 5, 4, Intramural Golf 3, Tennis 35 Bowling
2, 33 Gym Exh. 2.
WARREN RICHARD FERGUSON
A swell fellow with an ambition to ski in the 1960
Olympics-that's our Babe. He also likes baseball, hunt-
ing, mountain climbing, and AOHBW parties. jayvee
Baseball 2, Varsity 3, 4, Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Sr. An-
nouncement Com.g Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh.
GEORGE ALVA FISH
George, our sports enthusiast, is popular with the girls.
He spends a lot of time at the Y.M.C.A. and likes good
records. Jayvee Football 2, 3, Varsity 4, Varsity-G Club,
Sr. Play Cast, Gym Exh., Intramural Hockey, Intramural
Tennis, Intramural Basketball, Bowling 4.
GROVER CURTIS FLINT
School in the morning, sleeping afternoons, and work-
ing nights are Cubby's daily schedule. But he still has
time for hunting, fishing, and picking up his pay check.
LESTER JACK FLINT
Les is one of those nice looking ushers down at the
"Ri." His outdoor interests include swimming, skiing, and
riding in his father's trailer truck.
This music enthusiast plans to become a secretary and
study music after graduation. Her likes are classical music
and food, while her pet peeve is waiting for buses. Sr.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Music Competition
2, 3, 4, First Rating, Soloist, Music Competition 2, Soph.
WILLIAM RONALD FORBES
Forbsie, our future engineer, has excelled in sports and
science. This movie and TV-fan likes jokes and good
music. Forbsie is one of our most popular students. Honor
Society 3, 4, Class Treas. 4, Red and Black Editor, Vafsig-
ty-G Club 3, 4, All-Capital District End 4, jayvee Foot-
ball 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 3, 4, Track 2, Sr. Pageant Com., German Club 4,
Jr. Prom Com.
PATRICIA ANNE FOX
Patti, Missouri's gift to G.F.H.S., is a sweet miss who
likes to do things that are different. She also likes danc-
ing, parties, and people with a good sense of humor. jr.
Prom' Attendant, Red and Black Staff, Sectional Awards
2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, Science Fair 2, Northern Star 33 G.A.C. 2, 3, 4,
Play Day 3, 4, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop
Com., Softball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Tennis 2, Swimming 2.
JANET CLARA FULLER
Good things come 'in small packages, and this applies to
Shorty. Her contagious giggle is a trademark for person-
ality plus. Her pet peeve is conceited people. Choir
2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh. 2,
RICHARD JOHN FUSS
Dick is a quiet fellow who likes to daydream about
being a teacher and piling on the homework. Dick's am-
bition is to become a college professor of history or Eng-
lish. Student Council 2, Activity Ticket Agent 2, North-
ern Star 3, German Club 3, Sr. Ball Com.
How Harry manages to beat that 8:30 bell is a mystery
to us all. His likes include music and good food. His
favorite part of the school year is summer vacation. jay-
vee Football 2, Bowling 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Dra-
matics Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Play Staff, Soph.
Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Tennis 3, Drama Night Staff
2, 3, 4, Drama Night Cast, Patrons Night StaE.
ELAINE FLORENCE GOODRICH
Goody's the gal we associate with a blue Ford, jerry
Lester's jokes, and a lot of fun. She likes dark haired
boys, but just can't stand show-offs. Red and Black Edi-
tor, IRC Forum Delegate, Sr. Play Cast, Sr. Ball Com.,
jr. Prom Ch., Hi-Y 3, 4, German Club Vice-Pres. 3,
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Patrons Night Cast, Sr. Pageant
Com., G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Drama Night Staff, Soph. Hop
golfing Bowling 2, Softball 2, 3, Archery 2, 3, 4, Gym
X . 2, 3.
CONSTANCE ELLA GRANT
Connie's aversion to icy roads is understandable. This
little gal likes dramatics, boys with crew cuts, and the
color, pale green. She is fun to be with because of her
friendliness. Hi-Y 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast, Forum 2, 3,
Pres. 4, French Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Drama
Night Cast 2, 4, Northern Star 3, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Patrons
Night Staff, Sr. Announcement Com., Sr. Ball Com., jr.
Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, Softball
2, 3, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
RUTH ESTHER GUERNSEY
The Pickle Hill Gang means a good time for Ruthie,
who'll never worry about a peroxide shortage. Homework
doesn't register with her, although pizza, baseball, and a
certain blonde do. Library Staff 2, 3, Sr. Choir 2, G.A.C.
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Capt. 3, 4, Gym
Exh. 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, Sr. Ball Com.
LORRAINE ANN HAMILTON
Although Petey's main interest centers around First
Street, she also likes driving, sleeping late, and walking
in the rain. Her artistic ability has contributed to many
a poster around school. Red and Black Editor, Pageant
Writing Com., Sr. Play Staff, Art Club 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4,
Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Bowling
2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 3, Play Day 3,
Hockey 3, Archery 3.
PATRICIA ANN HANNAN
In the summer, Pat can be found at Lake George en-
joying the night life. She claims, however, that her Per-
sian cat, "Boo," is her main interest. Student Council 2, 3,
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 3, French Club 3, 4, Forum
2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Soph. Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com.,
Sr. Ball Com., Sr. Play Staff, Gym Exh. 2, 4, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Swim-
JAMES EDWARD HARNEY
Jim admits that his special interest is women, but he
enjoys all sports, likes to sleep late, read good books, and
smoke a well-seasoned pipe. Pageant Com., 4, Drama
Night Cast 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, German Club 3, 4,
Sr. Announcement Com., Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Jr.
Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com., Bowling 2, 4, Gym Exh. 2,
Intramural Golf 3.
HERBERT HECKENDORN, JR.
Bachelor Herbie keeps busy making model planes and
sleeping, when he can. Hunting, fishing, eating, and lis-
tening to music, head his list of pleasures. Sr. Play Cast,
Drama Night Cast, Dramatics Club 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Science Fair Ch., Intramural Basketball 2,
Intramural Bowling 2, 4, All-State Music Festival 4,
Gym Exh. 2, 3, Patrons Night Staff 4.
JANE ANN HECKENDORN
Janie, that sweet child, likes music, spaghetti, a good
joke, and nice clothes. She doesn't seem to dislike any-
thing. G.A.C. 3, 4, Music Competition 3, 4, Sr. Ball
Com., F.H.A 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Gym Exh., Bowling 2,
3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD EDWARD HILL
Dick is one tall fellow who specializes in lixin motors
and likes eating spaghetti. He can be found most of the
time driving his Ford stock car. Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, In-
tramural Basketball 2.
RICHARD IRWIN HOMAN
Rabbit is our singing football star. Sports, music by
Frankie Lane, and eating at girls' houses, are tops with
him. Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, Co-Cap-
tain 4, All-Conference Team 4, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, jr. Red
Cross Treas. 3, 4, Student Council 2, Sr. Ball Com., Jr.
Prom Com., Soph. Hop Corn.
BARBARA JOAN HOWARD
Barbie, our pretty Prom attendant, can be found either
in Cleverdale or at a good hen party. She likes food,
sleeping and aquaplaning. Red and Black Staff3 Jr. Prom
Attendant3 Northern Star Staffg Library Club Vice-Pres. 23
Hi-Y 43 Biology Club Sec'y 33 French Club 3, 43 G.A.C.
2, 3, 43 Play Day 33 Sr. Ball Com.3 Jr. Prom Com.3 Soph.
Hop Com.3 Gym Exh. 2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Softball
2, 33 Swimming 23 Bowling 2.
JEAN SYLVIA HURMF
Jeanie, our beautiful prom queen, takes to the sea and
carefully avoids cats. Her likes include sports, sleep, and
rainy nights. Insincere people are her pet peeve. Jr. Prom
QUCEHQ Red and Black Staffg Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Student Coun-
cil 3, Treas. 43 Dramatics Club 2, 4, Executive Board 33
Sr. Announcement Com.3 Forum 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23
G.A.C. 2, 33 Drama Night StaE3 3, 43 Activity Ticket
Aef2SrBallC T Fo Com Sohl-lo Com.3
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Basketball 2, 33 Hockey 2, 53 Gym Exh. 2.
DALE JAMES JARVIS
Little Dynamite likes hot dogs, brunettes and sports. He
spends most of his time in Hudson Falls. Music and con-
ceited girls annoy him.
MARILYN DOROTHY JONES
Lynn, a tiny brunette, likes spaghetti, doughnuts, nice
clothes, basketball, parties, and lots of fun. She dislikes
conceited people and pizza. Lynn's ambition is to be a
private secretary. G.A.C. 3, 43 Biology Clubg Library
Clubg Sr. Choirg Sr. Ball Com.3 Softball 3, 43 Basketball
2, 3, 43 Archery 33 Gym Exh. 3, 4.
ANN WARING JUSTER
Annie's sense of humor is always in evidence. Pizza
and making clothes are her special interests. Her pet
peeve is a limp handshake. Student Council 33 Activity
Ticket Ch. 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 French Club Vice-Pres. 43 Bi-
ology Club 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 33 Patrons Night Staff 4g
G.A.C. Sec'y 3. 43 Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4g Play Day 33 Hockey
3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Softball 2, 3, 43 Soph. Hop Ch.Q
Jr. Prom Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.3 Sr. Announcement Ch.
FREDERICK LEROY KAVANAUGH
Our candidate for West Point, Big Fred, likes card
games and week-end trips. Fred's sports record speaks
for itself. All Star Football Team3 Northern Conference
Highg Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Varsity
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Varsity-G Club 3, Pres. 43 French
Club 43 Soph. Hop Com.3 Jr. Prom Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.
BETSY ALTA KEENE
Betsy loves those overnight hen parties. Amherst Col-
lege, however, tops the list. She dislikes people who call
too early in the morning. Honor Society 43 Senior Pageant
Com.3 Cap and Gown Com.3 Co-Ch.3 French Club 3, 43
G.A.C. 3, Sec'y 43 Sr. Ball Com.3 Jr. Prom Com.3 Soph.
Hop Com.3 Northern Star 2, 33 Play Day 3, 43 Softball
2, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 43 Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELINE JEANNE KELLEY
This future professional accompanist was a welcome ar-
rival last year. All kinds of music and her enthusiasm
for sports lift Jacquie up when the 6:30 alarm gets her
down. Senior Choir Accompanistg All-State Music Sec-
tional 33 All-State Music Festival 43 Music Competition 3,
43 String Triog Jayvee Cheerleader 43 Drama Night Cast3
Sr. Play Cast3 Sr. Pageant Committee3 Biology Club 33
Dramatics Club 3, 43 French Club 4.
RICHARD ELLIOTT KILMARTIN
Dick is a quiet fellow who likes a lot of spaghetti and
mushrooms. Also on his list of favorites are listening to
the radio, watching television, dancing, and going to the
PATRICIA NATALIE KING
Even though little Patsy spends most of her time writ-
ing letters to the U.S. Air Force, she still Ends time for
spaghetti, dancing, and sleeping. Her pet peeve is con-
ceited people. Orch. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Sectional
Award, Bowling 2.
RICHARD JOHN KUBRICKY
Besides T.V. and movies, Kuby likes his n'10ther's Chrysl-
ler, oodles of food, hillbilly music, and tinkering with
old cars. Stuck-up people and getting up are Dick's chief
worries. Choir 4, Jayvee Football 2,- 3, Gym Exh. 2.
'COURTNEY JAY KULLMAN
Our tennis champ has more than done his share to keep
us laughing. Court loves a good time. He can usually be
found driving his pastel bullet. Red and Black Staff,
Student Council 2, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Cup Winner, Jay-
vee Football 3, Varsity 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Sr.
Play Cast, Patrons Night Play Cast, Drama Night Staff,
Soph. Hop Com., Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.
JOAN ANNE LAMONT
Driving the convertible, and playing the piano occupy
this busy gal's spare time. Joanie likes skating and
swimming and would like to be an elementary school
teacher. Red and Black Editor, Northern Star Bus. Mgr.
3, 4, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, Treas. 4,
French Club 3, 4, Sr. Play Staff, Sr. Ball Corn., Jr. Prom
Corgi., Soph. Hop, Gym Exh. 2, 3, Softball, Basketball 2,
MARCIA KAY LAVINE
Marsh, our pretty Drum Majorette, will most certainly
be remembered by the senior boys. Besides baton twirling,
her principal interests seem to be dramatics and nice
clothes. Red and Black Staff, French Club 4, Dramatics
Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, 4, Baton Twirler 2, 3, 4, Drum
Majorette, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast,
Drama Night Cast 2, 3, 4, Patrons Night Staff, Soph. Hop
Com., Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Announcement Com.
JOSEPH JAMES LEGAULT
Joe likes staying out as late as possible at night, then
sleeping late in the morning. He hates silly or conceited
girls, but he just loves pizza.
MARCIA COLEMAN LELAND
Marsh hopes to be a phychiatrist or biologist. She likes
nice clothes, sincerity, a good time, and French fries. She
has an antipathy toward perpetual liars. Biology Club 4,
French Club 4, Jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Basketball
Capt. 4, Swimming 3, 4, Softball 3, Field Hockey 4.
CAROLINE LILLIAN LEMERY
Although Carol's main interest is in Rm. 201, she also
likes milk shakes, French fries, and dancing. Her main
ambition is to become a bookkeeper. Red and Black Staff,
Class Treas. 3, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 4, Northern Star
Staff 3, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross, Student Act. Ag't 2,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Ir. Ring Com., Announcement Com., Ir.
Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh., Play Day 2, 4.
CAROLYN HARRIET LEVINE
Our Squeeky with her cheery smile and greeting for
everyone has a craving for pizza and watching television.
Of course, we never End her without Oogie. Honor Society
4, Northern Star Assoc. Ed. 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Ed.,
Student Council 2, 3, Sr. Play Cast, Hi-Y 3, 4, Drama
Night Cast 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Forum
4, jayvee Cheerleader 2, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr.
Choir 3, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, jam Inn Com., Soph. Hop
NEIL LEROY LEWIS
'Neil has the unusual hobby of collecting, tracing, and
singing old English folk ballads. His other interest is in
Belmont, Mass. Sr. Play Cast, Talent Show 3, 4: Sr. Choir
4, Patrons Night Play Staff.
ROBERT CHARLES LIOUNIS
Bob likes wine, women, and song, also sports, headed
by golf, naturally. Our handsome blonde actor's ambition
is to retire at twenty-tive. Sr. Play Cast, Patrons Night
Play Cast, Student Council 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Varsity-G Club
Vice Pres. 3, 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Jayvee Basketball
2, 3, jayvee Baseball 2.
JUNE ELIZABETH LIPE
Most of june's time is spent writing to a certain army
man. Her likes are sports, sketching, dancing and a good
laugh, while homework is her pet peeve. Sr. Play Staff,
G.A.C. 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Music
Competition 2, 3, 4, Competition Solos 2, 3, 4, Basketball
and Bowling 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
PHYLLIS ANNE LYKE
Phyllis is known for her popularity and easy-to-get-
along-with manner. She likes sports, dancing, and baton
twirling. This sparkling cheerleader will go far in the
future. Red and Black Staff, Varsity Cheerleader, All-
State Music Festival, G.A.C. 3, 4, French Club 4, Biology
Club 2, Sr. Choir 3, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, Bas-
ketball 2, 3g Softball 2, 3, Field Hockey 4, Swimming 2,
Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.
EDWARD JAMES MABB
A lover of sleep, and the pride of the class in sports,
Eddie is known as a "Pop" artist in basketball during the
winter, and a star pitcher in the spring. Varsity Basketball
3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 4, Varsity Cross Country 33
ARTHUR JOSEPH MACKEY, JR.
Skip will marry when he finds a girl who looks good in
hip boots. Besides fishing, he likes skiing and conceited
girls. Dramatics is on the other end of the scale. Honor
Society Pres., Red and Black Ed., French Club Treas.,
Varsity-G Club 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, jayvee Track 2,
Cross Country 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Council 3, Chess Club
4, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com. Ch., Bowling, Intramural
Basketball 3, 4.
LOIS ANNE MCCLURE
Anne, the nightingale of G.F.H.S., can't seem to make
a truce with the 8:30 bell or corn beef and cabbage. She
likes music, dancing, swimming, and pet expressions. Stu-
dent Council 3, 4, Music Festival 3, 4, All-State Music
Festival 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Sr. Play Cast,
Dramatics Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Northern Star Staff,
Drama Night Cast, Patrons Night Staff, Sr. Pageant Com.,
Sr. Ball Com., Jr. Prom Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4.
ALPHONSE JOSEPH MARK, JR.
Al can be found wherever there's a touch of humor. An
avid fan of any type of music, he also enjoys all types of
winter sports. All-State Sectional Award, All-State Musical
Festival, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Choir 4, Hockey.
ROBERT FENNER MARTINDALE
Marty appreciates the liner aspects of life, especially
pizza, jazz, and women. He can usually be found on a
basketball court or on the cinder path. Jayvee Basketball
2, Varsity 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Varsity Track 3, 4,
Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com.
LOUIS NORTON MAYER
If Louis isn't sleeping, you'll probably find him indulg-
ing in his favorite pastimes, hunting and nshing. He also
likes a pretty face. Louie will always be remembered for
his ready fwit.
SYLVIA MARIE MAYER
Sookie, a future secretary, likes them "tall, dark, and
handsome." Movies, dancing, and having a good time
are on the list of favorites of this petite little blonde, who
likes cute clothes.
ROBERT CARLTON MELDRIM, JR.
Scotch goes in for dancing, jazz, awaking early, winter
sports, and driving around in the family car. This amiable
guy just doesn't like pizza. Red and Black Staff, Sr. Ex-
pression Recital, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2,
3, 4, Drum Major 2, Orchestra 4, All-State Music Festival
2, 3, 4, All-State Orchestra 4, Hockey 3, 4.
DORIS ELIZABETH MINGO
Doris, who is known for her special smile, is making
plans for her future with a certain Irishman. She enjoys
sleeping late, music, and lots of fun. Soph. Choir 2, Sr.
Choir 2, 3, Biology Club 3, G.A.C. 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
DAVID JOHN MORNHINWEG
Sports, brunettes, and having a good time with the boys,
are Bunky's interests. He is the proud possessor of an
eight-ball degree from the E.B.A. Varsity-G Club 4, Base-
ball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Bowl-
ing 3, Sr. Ball Com.
ROBERT WILLIAM MOYER
Booby has been one of our hardest workers. He en-
joys the more complicated problems of life, particularly
women and the AOHBW. Ping-pong and photography are
his trademarks, Red and Black Stag, Student Council 53
French Club 5, 43 Chess Club 43 Jam Inn Rep. 43 Jayvee
Football 23 Intramural Basketball 2, 5, 43 Sr. Ball Com.3
jr. Prom Com.3 Soph. Hop Com.3 Gym Exh. 5.
MARY LOU MURRAY
Chick, quiet but lots of fun, would rather not do home-
work over the weekend. She likes to spend her time with
a certain "crew cut." Choir 4g Bowling 5, 4.
PATRICIA MAY NAATZ
Teresa spent her Sophomore and junior years at Corinth.
This future commercial teacher likes square dancing, bas-
ketball, music, and good food. Honor Society 5, 43 Library
Staff 2, Pres. 5, 43 French Club 5, 43 Jr. Red Cross 2, 5, 43
Play Day 53 Bowling 52 Softball 53 Volley Ball 3.
NANCY ELIZABETH NAGLE
Nancy has displayed an excellence in journalism as well
as her scholastic work. She worships a certain "puddy cat."
Her only weakness seems to be the 8:50 bell. Honor So-
ciety 5, 43 Sr. Play Castg Red and Black Ed.3 Northern
Star 2, Ass't Editor 5, 4g journalism Prize 23 Hellenic His-
tory Prize 23 English Prize 53 Hi-Y 5, 43 French Club 4g
Forum 5, 43 Biology Club 23 Activity Agent 53 Patrons
Night Staff 43 Pageant Com.3 Soph. Hop Com.3 jr. Prom
Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.3 Basketball 2, 5, 43 Gym Exh. 5, 43
Swimming 2, 43 Field Hockey 2, 5, 43 Softball 5.
JOYCE BEVERLY NEWCOMB
The air force claims a lot of Joycie's attention, but she
has time to enjoy French fries, hot dogs, and fast records
of square dancing, rhumba, and polkas. Gym Exh. 23
Bowling 5, 43 Sr. Ball Com.
NATALIE ANNE NOONAN
Noonie is noted for her excellent taste in shoes. She
likes music and movies and is always ready for a good
laugh. Sr. Play Castg jr. Prom Attendantg jayvee Cheer-
leader 2, 53 Student Council 5, 43 Sr. Expression Recital3
Hi-Y 43 G.A.C. 5, 4g French Club 5, 43 jr. Red Cross 43
Play Day 53 Marching Band 2, 52 Concert Band 2, 5, 43
Orchestra 53 Sr. Ball Com.3 Patrons Night Staff3 Cap and
Gown Com.3 jr. Prom Com.3 Soph. Hop Com.
CHARLES EDWARD O'DONNELL
Sleek convertibles and blondes entice Curly, who likes to
stay out late with the AOHBW. He draws the line at
silly girls. Student Council 2, 43 Varsity-G Clubg jayvee
Baseball 2, Varsity 5, -43 Intramural Basketballg jayvee
Football 43 All-State Music Festival 23 Cap and Gown
Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.3 Gym Exh.
GRETA MARIE ORMSTRUP
Gret is the gal who loves to have fun with friendly, un-
conceited people. She enjoys acquiring a dark tan at the
Seashore, playing the piano, and eating day and night. Hi-
Y 43 Forum 2, Sec. 5, 43 Red and Black StaH3 Sr. Play
Stag, Choir 2, 5, 43 All-State Festiva13 Cap and Gown
Com.3 Student Act. Ag. 53 G.A.C. 2, 5, 4g Talent Assembly
53 Jr. Prom Com.3 Soph Hop. Com.3 Sr. Ball Com.3 Soft-
ball 2, 5, 43 Basketball 2, 5, 43 Field Hockey 2, 5, 43 Swim-
ming 4g Gym Exh. 2, 43 Play Day 4.
RONALD ELLIS ORTON
Ronnie likes every sport but his favorite is football. He
was one of the best guards on our Champion Northern
Conference squad. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity-G
Club 3, 4, Jayvee Track 2, Gym Exh. 2.
RACHAEI. ELIZABETH PAINTER
Betty, who is noted for her cow bell at the football
games, was a happy addition to our school. She craves
band music and mysteries, but dislikes conceited kids.
Transferred from Central High School, Columbus, Ohio,
in 1949. '
PHYLLIS ANNE PEPE
Vacations are the best part of school, according to Booie,
while English is the worst. She enjoys a good laugh, and
also going out to have pizza with the gang. Student Coun-
cil 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, All-State Music
Festival 2, 3, 4, Soph. Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball
Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4,
Bowling Capt. 2, 3.
PATRICIA ANN PERRY
Eating spaghetti, listening to good -music and having nice
clothes are some of Pat's main pleasures, but, of course,
Stew tops the list. Pat's future is well planned and we
wish her luck. All-State Music Festival 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2,
3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Sr. Play Staff,,Jr. Prom Com.,
Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 2,
ANGELINE ELAINE POLIMEROU
N. Y., The Brooklyn Dodgers, and collecting old rec-
ords are what Angie likes. She doesn't like to work--she'd
rather marry a millionaire. Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Concert
Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Sectionals
2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Forum 2, G.A.C. 3,
4, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop Com., Hockey
2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 4,
Archery 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, 4, Gym Exh. 2.
JOAN LAURENCIA PRAIRIE
Joan's blonde crowning glory is the envy of every girl
in school. She enjoys collecting records and has the op-
posite sex pretty well in hand. FHA Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Sci-
ence Club 3, 4, Soph. Choir, Sr. Choir, First Aid Com. 4,
Sr. Ball Com., Gym Exh. 3, Softball 2, 3, Archery 2, 3.
ROBERT FRANCIS PURNER .
Cleverdale in the summer and Burns' News Agency in
the winter seem to be Bob's favorite hangouts. A lover of
music, he also enjoys skating, swimming, and pizza. Sr.
CUSTER RILEY QUICK, JR.
Cus likes pizza and music by Louis Armstrong. He ad-
mires sensible girls. Homework peeves him, especially
English homework. Class Sec'y. 2, Vice Pres. 4, Red and
Black Ed., Student Council 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Pres.
4, Sr. Expression Recital, Track 2, 3, 4, Marching Band
2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All-State
Music Festival, jr. Prom Com., Sr. Prom Com., Soph. Hop
Com,, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4.
JOHN HOWARD RAMSEY
johnny loves eating and hanging out with the gang at
the Y.M.C.A. He likes sports and all baseball teams except
Brooklyn. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Gym Exh. 2, Patrons
Night Staff 4, Sr. Ball Com.
GLENDA JEAN REYNOLDS
When Gennie isn't on her skis, 'she's visiting in Ver-
mont or writing out-of-town letters. Her skunk collection
is well known around school. She enjoys all kinds of
music. Red and Black Staff, Northern Star Staff 2, 3, 4,
G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Library Club Pres. 4, French Club 3, 4,
All-State Festival 3, Sr. Ball Com., Sr. Choir 2, 3L Sophf
Hop Com., jr. Prom Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4, Basketball
2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, Bowling 2, jr. Red
JOAN MARILYN ROBILLARD
Robie's special interest is in S.M.A. She also likes a
good laugh, driving, and sports. Her pet peeves are people
who are catty, and who dotft keep appointments. Music
Festival 3, Soph. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 3, 4, G.A.C. 3, 4,
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 4, Archery 2, 3, 4,
Softball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, Soph. Hop
Com., jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.
GEORGE THOMAS ROBINS
Red, Glens Falls High's drummer, loves beautiful girls
and then more beautiful girls. His hobbies are eating ice
cream and upsetting Miss Adriance. Band 2, 3, 4, Or-
chestra 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Music
Festival 2, 3, 4, Sectional Award, Quartet 2, 3, Track 4,
Sr. Ball Com. Ch. '
RONALD CLYDE ROBINSON
Ronnie's dream is to practice his mandolin during his
spare moments, at his service station. He likes hunting,
lishing, hill-billy music, and cars even better than girls.
ELLEN RUTH SAFFORD
Besides collecting banners and records, good natured
Ellie likes her parties, tall boys, pizza, and sleeping late.
Her future lies in social work. Northern Star Staff 2, 3, 4,
Forum 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, French Club 4, Biology Club 2,
Library Staff 4, Jr. Prom Com., Basketball 4, Gym Exh.
2, 3, 4.
Everyone likes Bev's humorous chatter and friendly dis-
position. She enjoys pizza and swimming. Her ambition
is to become a journalist. Northern Star Assoc. Ed. 2, 3,
4, Ed. in Chief 4-2, Sr. Play Cast, Patrons Night Cast, IRC
Forum Delegate 4, Drama Night Staff, German Club 3, 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Forum 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Science
Fair 2, G.A.C. 3, 4, Sr. Announcement Com., Sr. Ball Ch.,
Bowling 2, Softball 2, Archery 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Gym
Exh. 2, 3, Play Day 3.
RICHARD CHARLES ST. CLAIR
Saint spends most of his spare time sleeping till noon
and driving around with the boys. He gets his ice cream
free at De Longs. How come? Track 2, 3, Cross Country
4,1Wgarsity Football 2, 3, Intramural Basketball, Biology
RONALD ROY SCHERMERHORN
Schem, an advocate of steak and French fries, also likes
sports and music. This baritone and trombone player will
be successful. He doesn't like pancake makeup or strong
perfume. Red and Black Staff, Cap and Gown Com., Con-
cert Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Golf 2,
3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Soph.
KAROLA ELISABETH SCHMIDT
Carol, who lives in Berlin, Germany, is spending her
senior year with us, under the auspices of the American
Field Service. We feel lucky to have Carol with us. She
enjoys football and basketball games and her enthusiasm
impresses us all. Hi-Y 4, German Club Sec'y. 4, G.A.C.
4, Spinster Swing Com., Basketball 4, Field Hockey 4.
We know Sib, who collects pennants and match covers,
by her plaid hat. Boys, skiing, and sleeping late top the
list of this cute blonde's interests. Red and Black Staff,
Northern Star Staff 2, 3, Adv. Mgr. 4, Student Council 33
Hi-Y 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, French Club 3, 4, G.A.C. 2,
3, 4, Ski Club 2, Act. Ticket Agent 2, 3, jr. Prom Com.,
oph. Hop Com., Gym Exh. 2, 3, Bowling 2, 33 Basketball
2, 33 Archery 2.
DIANE LOUISE SHEA
Di a future pediatrician, with gorgeous hair, likes bike
rides, music, jazz, and good books. Di, whose hobby is
cooking, doesn't care for public speaking. Sr. Choir 3, 4,
Hi-Y 3, Jr. Red Cross, F.H.A. Club.
Les's infectious giggle can be recognized anywhere. She
likes all sports and is very interested in the scientihc field.
One thing she can't stand is a kill-joy. Honor Society 3,
4, Red and Black Editor-in-Chief, Northern Star 2, Sports
Ed. 3, Eld.-in-Chief 4-1, Iroquois English Prize 3, Act.
Ticket Agent 4, German Club 3, 4, Forum Club 2, 3, 4,
G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Art Club 2, Choir 3, Gym
Exh. 2, 3 4, Sr. Pageant Com., Sr. Announcement Com.,
Sr. Ball Com., jr. Prom Com., Play Day 3, Softball 2, 33
Swimming 3, 4, Basketball 4.
ELOISE NANCY SOUTH
Roller skating takes up most of Nan's time and interest.
She likes fancy skating and amazes everyone with her skill.
As far as school is concerned, English is her favorite sub-
ject. G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Play Day 3, Bowling
3, 4, Swimming 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4.
JESSE FREDERICK STILES '
jess, one of our best dressed guys, likes to spend'his
time dancing, eating pizza, and drinking beer. Hunting,
lumbering, and having a good time are on jess' list of
TIMOTHY DANNIEL SULLIVAN, JR. l
Tim, a future osteopath, likes to study science, especially
biology. He likes blonds, steaks, and sleeping till noon,
but snow and Tim don't mix. Red and Black Staff, Forum
Club 4, Act. Ticket Agent 4, Intramural Bowling 4, Intra-
mural Basketball 3, Track 3, Sr. Announcement Com.
- -IEANNE MARIAN SWEENEY
Jeanne likes cute clothes, meeting people, cheering and
dancing. She hates snobs and alarm clocks, and her high-
est ambition is to master a car. jayvee Cheerleader 4,
French Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, G.A.C. 3, 4, jr. Prom
Com., Sr. Ball Com., Bowling 3, 4, Archery 3, 4, Softball
4, Field Hockey 3, Basketball 33 Gym Exh. 3, 4.
EDWIN I-I. TOWNE
Skip, a collector of bright ties, goes in for sharp scotch
plaid clothes. He also likes good jokes, crew cuts, and
pizza, but he dislikes conceited people. Student Council
4, Act. Ticket Agent 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 2, 3, Chess Club,
Sr. Ball Com., Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
JANET RAE WALKUP
Pretty Jan hnds that she is very busy with the Navy
and the Pickle Hill Gang, but Ends time for popular music,
French fries, and a good laugh. Jr. Prom Attendant, Sr.
Choir 3, 4, Soph. Choir, jr. Prom Com., Sr. Ball Com.,
Cap and Gown Com., Bowling 3, Gym Exh. 2.
ROBERT EDMUND WELCYNG
Herc likes friends, blue cheese, and good music. He dis-
likes early buses and broken shoestrings. Herc aspires to
be a physicist. Biology Club 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Science
Fair 2, 35 German Club 4.
ELWYN BURTT WELLS
Genial Buddy goes in for bowling, good jokes, and
working on cars. He dislikes riding on busses and phone
callsi from anonymous girls. Marching Band 4, Concert
RUTHEDA ELIZABETH WHITNEY
English and conceited people bother Ruth, our blonde
baton twirler. She likes sports, having fun, eating, sleep-
ing late, and playing the piano. Sr. Play Staff, Sr. Choir
2, 3, 4, All-State 4, Music Competition 2, 3, Orchestra 2,
5, Letter 2, Gym Exh. 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3.
RICHARD LINDSAY WILLETT
Dick is one of our Arthur Murrays around school and
has a special interest in the opposite sex. His ambition is
to be an oflicer in Uncle Sam's Navy. Sr. Choir 3, 4, Gym
Exh. 2, 3, 4.
NATALIE LEANNE WITHAM
Nockie, the gal with the beautiful clothes, has a talent
for playing the drum. She has a weakness for lobster and
good music. Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Band 2, 4, All-State Orchestra 3,
Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Red and Black
Stall, Soph. Hop Com., Sr. Ball Com., Biology Club 2,
G.A.C. 2, 3, 4, Spring Music Festival Ensemble 2, 3, 4,
Softball 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3.
PATRICIA ARLENE YORK
Nursing will soon be taking up most of Pattie's time,
but at the present she loves riding, movies, and sleeping
late. Spaghetti is her favorite food but dishwashing after-
wards is her pet peeve.
ROBERT JAMES YOUNG
jigger, one of our outstanding basketball players, can be
found with Mole and the boys when not playing ball on
the court. He likes all sports and good times with the boys.
Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity-G Club 3, 4, jayvee Bas-
ketball 2g Varsity Football 4, Varsity Baseball 4, Jr. Prom
.xdcfahfionaf memhem of fhe Senior ada
MARY GERALDA CLARK
DAVID ERWIN CONKLIN
DAVID HAMMOND LANCE
ROBERT FREDERICK PERKETI'
,We, the Class of '51, have been helped innumerable
times during our three years in Glens Falls High School.
We are aware of this and also aware that those who have
given us this help do not realize out gratitude.
Perhaps it is because we have been too busy before,
perhaps because we are self-conscious about saying "Thank
you," but now at the end of out high school years, we
would like to express our gratitude. We thank:
The Adnziniffmiion The Board of Education, the su-
perintendent, the principal, and the secretarial staff devote
many, many hours to keeping our school life moving
The Fncnlfy In addition to class work, our teachers
spend long hours guiding us in all our extra-curricular
activities and advising us in choosing careers and colleges.
The P.T.A. We owe our National Honor Society
pins, our paid assembly program, and the silver tea serv-
ice recently given to the Homemaking Department to this
The Maintenance Staff These friends of ours have
given up many evenings of their time to help us with all
our evening activities. In addition, they have been kept
busy picking up and returning to us our scattered belong-
Our Parents How can we thank our fathers and
mothers enough for all the love, time, and money that
they have spent on us.
For the interest that they have taken in all our school
affairs and for their guidance in helping us plan the pres-
ent and the future, we say -
President .... .
Vice-President . F- .
Secretary . . . .
Advisor. . .
. . David Perkett
. . . . . . Q . . .Nancy
Miss Marion M. E. Broadbent
After the election of our class officers, we started the ball rolling by
selecting a Ring Committee. The class chose a Dieges and Clust ring in two
Styles-one with a red and black stripe and the other set in white and pink
gold. We were all anxious to get our rings and were proud of this symbol
Many of our class were outstanding in the field of sports and made the
Varsity teams. In March five members of our class were tapped into the
National Honor Society. Of course the climax of the junior year is the
junior Prom, and ours was a great success.
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Not pictured: Thomas Mahar, Richard Myott, Richard Nicholson, Robert Niles,
Mary Philo, Marilyn Whitney.
Our big event of the year was our Sophomore Hop. The decorations
were patriotic in observance of Armistice Day. The Liberty Bell took
center place on the stage. Displayed in one corner was the American flag.
Featured in another corner was Betsy Ross making a flag. Red, white, and
blue streamers were suspended from the center of the ceiling to the walls.
Music was furnished by the Hammond-Thomas Quartet.
JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE
David Perkett, Mary jo Tidmarsh, Susan Peet, David Benedict,
David Cohen, Nancy Brown.
SOPHOMORE HOP COMMITTEE
Standing: Howard Allen, Sandra Aronson,
Miss Beatrice Mable, Advisor, jane Cana-
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First Row llefz to figlifjf Sally Scriver, Glenda Rey-
nolds, Deborah Axtell. Second Row: Barbara How-
ard, Greta Ormstrup, Patricia Fox. Third Row: Gay
DeLong, James Duval, Helen Bullen. Not pictured:
Fred Kavanaugh, Robert Meldrim, Natalie Witham,
Noel Alverson, Theodore Block, Timothy Sullivan
Courtney Kullman, Gordon Barnum, Phyllis Lyke
William Canale, Marjorie Baker. '
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First Row: Jean Collins, Anne Dewey, Sylvia Dayube.
Second Row: Helen Akins, Shirley Coon, Jean Hurme
Noi pictured: Patricia Perry, Sylvia Mayer. Third
Row: Robert Block, Photography Staff, Robert Moyer,
Circulation Manager. No! pictured: Marcia Lavine,
Photography Staff g Ronald Schermerhorn, Richard
Homan, Ruth Cullings, Circulation Managers.
Editor-iw C hief
Rockwood Studia-Seniors, Club Groups, Page 4.
Smith Studio-juniors, Sophomores, Music, Plays, Cover, Division
Pages, Class Officers, Tinted Section except Pages 4 and 6.
Bernie Degim-Basketball Action Shots, Football Individuals,
elen CUHIIOZY EDITOR
TYPIE? Levine MANAGER
PLANNING THE WHITEHALL TRIP
Beverly Safran, Program Chairmang Greta Ormstrup, Secretaryg Mr. Kenneth Happy,
Advisor, Constance Grant, Presidentg Ellen Safford, Vice Presidentg Albert Beswickg
Russell O'Connor, Treasurer, and jean Hurme.
The foreign policy of the United States
has been the nucleus of the Forum Club
topics for discussion this year. Be the topic
the Ear East, Europe, the U.N., or the
draft, debate revolved about our world po-
sition, problems, and responsibilities. An
outstanding program was presented by Mr.
Frank Mullen, who gave an informal talk
on the American occupation of Korea and
the policies followed there.
Enjoyment and valuable experience in
group discussion were gained by the Forum
members who attended the Interscholastic
Forum at Whiteliall in December.
"Be if rerolred ffm! . . .'
Nancy Nagle, Beverly Bentley, Patricia Hannan, Robert McLandress, Susan Peet,
Carolyn Levine, Lorraine Silverman.
CHOOSING A DISCUSSION TOPIC
Phyllis Murray. Ioan Goetz, Elaine Task. Patricia Hickey.
An opportunity is provided by the school
newspaper for interested students to gain
experience in news writing. For twelve
years the Northern Star has provided a rec-
ord of life in Glens Falls High School.
Not pictured: Carolyn Levine, Associate
Editor QQ and Reporters Noel Alverson,
John Austin, john Trumbull, Jack Brook-
ings, and Barbara Lawson.
Mr. Lawrence Newcomb, Advisor, plans a dummy page with Robert Block, Sports
Editor, Nancy Nagle, Associate Editor, and Beverly Safran, Editor-in-Chief QZJ.
Mr. Kenneth Happy, Advisor, helps ad staff arrange copy. Glenda Reynolds, Sally
Scriver, Advertising Manager, Ann McClure, and joan Lamont, Business Manager.
Lorraine Silverman, Editor-in-Chief QU, Ellen Salford, Re-
porter, and Sandra Task, Exchange Editor, prepare final copy,
Firrz Row flefz to rigblj: Patricia Hannn, Noel Alverson,
Phyllis Lyke, Edwin Donovan, Ann luster, Norma Bos-
worth, Arthur Mackey, Sally Scriver, Lillian Arndt, Con-
stance Grant. Second Row: Cynthia Mattice, Nancy Axtell,
Jeanne Sweeney, David Perkett, William Booth, Philip
Cowan, Robert Moyer, Barbara Howard, Gay De Long, Ruth
Clink, Glenda Reynolds. Third Row: joan Lamont, Deborah
Axtell, Natalie Noonan, Betsy Keene, Constance Crater, Lois
Bolton, Marjorie Baker, Elizabeth Ackley, june Lipe.
e area jlrancaid
Elizabelb L. Renner, Adzfiror
Prerident .......... ....... E dwin Donovan Secretary ................... Norma Borwortla
Vice-Prerident ................... Ann furler Treasurer ..,...............,. Arthur Mackey
Outstanding activities this year were Dick Bartlett's talk on his trip to France, games in
French, a visit to the Hyde Collection, a covered dish supper where everyone spoke French, and
music every meeting: Ann McClure, vocal solos, David Perkett, Richard Cleghorn, Albert Beswick,
Woodwind trio, Dale Whitney, john Trumbull, Vocal duet.
Firrl Row flefl zo rigbzj: Lila Hay, Robert McLandress,
john Trumbull, Frederick Kavanaugh, Peck Buckley, Russell
O'Connor, joan Bosworth, Patricia Fox. Second Row: Ioan
Bemis, Nancy Nagle, Ann Fish, Shirley McPherson, Ellen
Safford, Barbara Lawson, Mary jo Tidmarsh, Marcia Lavine,
Valerie McKinney. Third Row: Wilma Durkee, Dale Whit-
ney, Fay Akins, Nancy Brown, Ann McClure, Jacqueline
Kelley. No! Pirlured: Norma Bosworth, Ruth Clink, George
Cowles, Roy DeMarsh, june Deihl, Arlene Koziol, Marcia
Leland, Elizabeth Shoupe, Ann Thibodeau.
Pint Row fleft to rigbtj: Lillian Arndt, Susan Peet, Clara Wilbur, Lorraine Silverman, Carolyn
Levine, Martha Kreiser.
Second Row: Patricia Hickey, June Deihl, Mary Judith Housman, Beverly Safran, Elaine Task,
Third Row: David Benedict, Robert Welcyng, Albert Beswick, William Canale, William Bennett,
Gordon Barnum, Paul Lange, Clarence Whitney, james Harney.
Fourth Raw: Donald Edmunds, William Doane, john Austin.
Not Piciureaf' Ann Deich, Donald Fearis, William Forbes, Elaine Goodrich, jo Ann Karpeles, Tim-
ler lea fdcde urein
Christmas Party. One-act plays. German eve-
ning with Schumacher family. Organ Recital
and lecture on German music by Hugh Wilson.
Karola Schmidt of Berlin, Germany, Secretary of the
Club, plans the Christmas Party with Miss Marion
M. E. Broadbent, Advisor, Ruth Cullings, Treasurer,
David Cohen, Sergeant-at-Arms, and Custer Quick,
President. Not Pictured: Robert Bozzone, Vice-Pres-
Re airin books. Shirle McPherson Shirle Chandler Mar
P g ' Y , Y y Y
Lou Vaughn, Dorothy Skellie, Sally Willard.
Advisor, Miss Laura S. Vroman, demonstrates checking out
books with Glenda Reynolds, Presidentg Barbara Gallow, Vice-
Presidentg Cynthia Mattice, Secretary, and june Deihl, Treasurer.
Marjorie Baker, Noel Alverson, Ann Fish, Jean Hayes. and
Gloria Gardner study the card catalog with Mrs. Nell P. Duell,
Elaine Murphy, Patricia Washer, Gail Parker, Beverly Porter,
and Lila Hay arrange magazine rack.
Assembly Book Quiz
Christmas Dinner Party
Darlene Gray, Barbara Harrington, and Margaret Fuss shelve
Not Pictured' Rita Aronson, Patricia Campbell, Ruth Clink
Arlene Koziol, Patricia LaMora, Shirley Powers, Ellen Saffordl
Dorothy Skellie, Eloise South.
President ................. .... R aber! Wlcyng
Vice-Preffdezzt and Tl'6LZfZz'7'9f' ....... Conmmre Brilling
Secretary ........................ .Nlary I0 Tidmfzrsh
Visited Albany City I-Iospitalg Sterling-Winthrop Re-
search Laboratories in Rensselaer, N.Y.g and Keenan
Reservoir. Science Fair-April 7.
Robert Welcyng, winner of Grand Prize in Physics Divi-
sion at Science Fair in Albany last year, plans a demon-
stration with Howard E. Grout, Advisor.
"Stinky" and his playmates get fed.
Sealed fleft lo rigbtj: Constance Brilling, Patricia
Firfz Roux' Wilma Durkee, Mary Durkee, Mary jo
Tidmarsh, Francine Gavagan, Barbara O'Connor
Sanda de Garmo, Carol Brilling.
Second Row: Cynthia Mattice, Shirley McPherson
Preparing for the Science Fair,
Fjfirz Rau' fleft zo rigbzj: Albert Beswick, Darlene
Gray. Marlene Waters, Susan Peet, Lorraine Silver-
man, Patricia Hickey, Robert Niles. Robert Kirkpat-
rick, Roy De Marsh.
Second Roan' William Crawshaw, Herbert Hart.
First Raw fleft to rigbfj: Clara Wilbur, Elizabeth Shoupe, jean Hurme, Sally Scriver, Carolyn Lem-
ery, Anne Dewey, Joan Lamont. Second Row: Natalie Noonan, Gay DeLong, Karola Schmidt, Bar-
bara Howard, Mary jo Tidmarsh, Patricia Hannan, Carolyn Levine. T bird Row: Phyllis Murray,
Diane Shea, Lila Hay, Ann juster, Helen Caraliota, Greta Ormstrup, Patricia Hickey, Shirley
McPherson, Nancy Nagle.
Not Pirlured: Elaine Goodrich, Constance Grant, Ann Thibodeau.
eorgia .xdolamd i - y
Annual Student Mixer-September 23, 1950, in gymnasium.
Northern New York Area Hi-Y Assembly at Schenectady,
November 3, in City Hall. Attending-Gay DeLong, Ann
luster, Elaine Goodrich, Nancy Nagle, Karola Schmidt, Patri-
cia Hickey, Susan Peet. Our bill requiring medical examina-
tions upon reaching age of 50 when driving an automobile,
passed assembly. N. Y. State Hi-Y Assembly in Albany, De-
cember 8, 9, 10. Gay DeLong attended. The bill passed the
state assembly. Christmas party with Varsity "GH Club at
the Y.M.C.A. Spinster Swing-March 1, in gymnasium-
theme, "Sentimental Me." Frosticks and cokes sold at bas-
ketball games. 3550.00 presented to National Foundation of
Infantile Par.alysis. Present-ation of scholarships.
Miss Zola jones, Advisor, plans the Spinster Swing
with Susan Peet, Secretary, Ruth Cullings, President,
Deborah Axtell, Sergeant-at-Arms, Norma Bosworth,
Vice President, and joan Bosworth, Treasurer.
Wafionaf ,Honor Sociefy
Min Nota Wentworth, Sponror
Artlanr Mackey, President
felon Dernnf, Vice Prerident
Anne Dewey, Secretary
Robert Bozzone, Treasurer
In its second year, the Glens Falls Chap-
ter of the National Honor Society admit-
ted 13 Seniors whose averages were 85 or
better, and 5 juniors whose averages were
90 or better. Seniors who attain an aver-
age of 85 in june will be admitted to the
group. Pins for the members were pre-
sented by the'P.T.A.
First Row Kleft to riglatj: Nancy Nagle, Lorraine Silverman, Susan Peetf, Carolyn Levine, Mary jo
Tidmarsht, Gay DeLong, Shirley Coon. Serond Row: Anne McClure, Betsy Keene, Robert Moyer,
William Forbes, Norma Bosworth, Mary Lou Maynard? Third Row: Lillian Arndt, Patricia Naatz,
Ann Deich, David Perketttt, Albert Beswickx, Rutheda Whitney, Lorraine Hamilton, Constance
William H. Brown, Advisor, discusses Indian book cover sale with Audrey Thomas, Edward O'Donnell and Ann McClure plan Bicycle
David Perkett, Robert Bozzone, and Custer Quick. Safety Campaign.
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Preridenl ...................,......,....... Robert Bazzone 1-2
. Vice-Prefidefzf .... ................. D avid Parke!! 1-2
Serrefary ...... . . .Mrzrtha Kreifer-1 ,' Therein Crzrfzfofze-2
T1'eafzn'er ......................... fean Hzwne-Z,' Anne Dewey-2
Fimi Ron' Klefz In righlli Susan Peet, Sally Scriver, Ann McClure,
Natalie Noonan, Anne Dewey, Jean Hurme, Martha Kreiser, Ther-
esa Carusone, Kathryn Cullings, Patricia Clemens, Joanne Karpeles,
Dorothy Skellie. Sammi Rowi Barbara Smith, Nancy Brown, Eliza-
beth Potts, Norma Bosworth, Robert Bozzone, David Perkett, Lila
Hay, joan Bosworth, Audrey Thomas, Archie Runnals. Third Rauf
john Demas, Edward O'Donnell, Alistair Taylor, David Cohen
William Alexander, John Hulsebosch, Robert Evans, Delcour Pot
ter, George Busher. Fonrffa Row! Francis Sullivan, Lewis Kohn
Courtney Kullman, john Trumbull, Custer Quick, Frank Beaty
N01 Pirzuredi Anne Putnam, Edwin Towne, Deborah Axtell,
Sealed Kleft to right! ,' Geraldine White, Allan Stevenson, Richard Homan, Constance Brilling, Paula
Abel. Standing! Mary Judith Housman, Phyllis Murray, Diane Shea.
Not Pictured! Frank Beaty, William Canale, Ardean Farber, William Farrell, Eli Gafhn, Robert
Hungerford, Arlene Koziol, Thomas Mahar, Kay Maynard, Robert Moyer, Natalie Noonan, Thomas '
Roberts, 'W'illian1 Streeter, Rosemary FWZ-lker, Elwyn Wfells.
union Rv! grow ounce
Prerident ...... .... A nne Dewey Secretary. . . .... Ardenn Farber
Vife Prerident .... .... I aan Bofwortlo Treasurer .... . . . Peck Buckley
AdViS0f, Mi5S 101165, and President, Anne DGWCY, Pafk fi Chfi5t' Peck Buckley and joan Bosworth prepare posters for junior Red
mas box during the food collection for needy local tamilies. Cross Enrollment Drive'
Membeni William Alexander, Noel Alverson, john Austin,
Nancy Axtell, Marjorie Baker, David Benedict, Beverly Bentley,
Peck Buckley, Christeen Carlson, Linda Clark, Ruth Clink,
Shirley Coon, Katherine Cullings, Sylvia Dayube, Barbara Falk-
enbury, Donald Fearis, Ann Fish, joan Goetz, Harry Goldstein,
Elaine Goodrich, Marion Goodrich, Constance Grant, Patricia
Drama Night Program-Three one-act plays.
Old Time Movie Night with song-slides, br-
bershop quartet, and ushers costumed in the
period. Monthly Dramatic Programs. Annual
Dinner Party. '
Bark Rowi Miss Sara Gabriel, Advisor, Stephen Bassock, Exec.
Cte.g john Van Der Voort, Advisor, Frederick Beckwith,,Vice-
President, Robert Bozzone, Exec. Cte. Middle Rowi Helen Bul-
len, Secretary, William Booth, President. Boftom Row! Ruth
Cullings and joan Bosworth, Exec. Cte.
Grimes, james Harney, Herbert Heckendorn, Robert Hill, jean
Hurme, Jacqueline Kelley, Courtney Kullman, Paul Lange, Mar-
cia Lavine, Carolyn Levine, Ann McClure, Valerie McKinney,
Phyllis Murray, Delcour Potter, Walter Reichert, Beverly Saf-
ran, Elaine Task, Sandra Task, john Trumbull, Ann Thibodeau,
Marlene Van Benthuysen, jane Van Deusen, Dale Whitney.
enior ageanf mifing Jommiffee
Sealezi flefz lo figbfjih Sylvia Dayube, Lorraine Hamilton, Helen Akins, Betsy Keene, jean Collins,
jacqueline Kelley, Shirley Coon. Slrzzzdifzgi Lorraine Silverman, Lillian Arndt, Nancy Nagle, Mr.
John Van Der Voort, Advisor, john Demas, Beverly Safran.
"ONE MORE STEP FORXVARDH
A group of students, looking forward to the pleasures
of occupying the newly constructed high school, are be-
littling the older building they are leaving. An aged
janitor overhears them and takes them to task for over-
looking the contributions that have been made to the
community by the school that has been outgrown. As he
recalls the past, tableaux recreate the history of the
school, many of them reproducing old photographs. As
the pageant ends with the dedication of the new build-
ing, the students have been brought to realize that the
growth of education in Glens Falls has been a continu-
ous process and that the new school is but one more step
in the steadily increasing contributions that the Glens
Falls schools are making to the community.
Page Sixlj I II t
Fin! Rau' fleft to figblli Patricia Clemens, Mary Lou Hay, Lois Carroll, Phyllis Murray, Mr. Claude
Paoletti, Sponsor, Cynthia Mattice, Clara Wilbur, Natalie Chase, Mary Bannon. Second Row! Val-
erie McKinney, Ruby Dunn, Lillian Arndt, jean Collins, Shirley Chandler, Beverly Bentley, Lorraine
Hamilton, Wilma Durkee. Tbird Row! Mary Lou Maynard, Mary Jo Tidmarsh, Shirley McPherson,
Lila Hay, Constance Craytor, Margaret Fuss, Barbara Lawson, Rosemary Wallen, joan Guernsey,
Patricia Hickey. N01 Pictured! Noel Alverson, Patricia Carpenter, Ardean Farber, Barbara Harring-
ton, Joyce Newcomb, Carol Ransom, Heidi Tratt.
Adviror. . .Claude Paoletti
Preficlenl. . Cynthia Mallice
Vice Pfefident ........
Secretary. . .Playllir Murray
Self-portraits, fashion illustrations, still-lifes, cartoons, landscapes, etc. A visit to 5th
Annual Local Artist Contest and Hyde Collection. Field trips to Skidmore College art
department and the design department of Imperial Color Works.
Aziiimr, Min Rail? Bwrey
Pl'6.fid6"llf ..,....,,.... Dorir Bemix
Vice-Prericlezzl ......... joan Prairie
Secretary ,...,...,. Helen Litchfield
Tiea51n'e1'.. ....... Sally Plue
F.H.A. packed a box and sent it to the
"World Friendship Among Childrenf, Arti-
cles and toys suitable for Christmas gifts
for children were included. Members made
stuffed animals and scrap books for the chil-
dren at West Mount Sanitorium. We were
hostesses at the F.H.A. Rally in May.
Firrt Raw Klefl rn righiji Constance Brilling, Doris Bemis, joan Prairie, Helen
Litchfield, Sally Plue. Geraldine Boss. Second Row! Elaine Murphy, jane Hecken-
dorn, Carol Brilling. Lee St. Clair, Anna Schmidt, janet Keech, Diane Shea, Miss
l,Ltl,l,l"Q Ruth Bussey, Sponsor. Noi Piezaredi Vivian Gauthier, Barbara Gallow, jean
Hayes, Elizabeth Lashway, Dorothy Skellie.
William N. Reeves, Conductor
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Mrzzztrzger. Norma Bosworthg Afmfrzfzt Mfvmger. Patricia Hickey. Qum'zerfnaJz'er.rZ Robert
Rockwell, David Grant. Thomasl-lulbert, Charles Good. LLl91'!I7'f:177.l',' Gail Parker, Elizabeth
Ackley, jane Canaday, Christine Carlson. Pnblicilyi Susan Peet.
:5:Wear Band letter. JrWear Band pin.
Richard Van Dusen
Norma Bosworth Ann Fish
Karl Van Wirt
Richard Van Dusen
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Carol Lee Mark
Drum Majori Mania Lavifze, Majorefzn' Patricia Fox, Rutheda Whitney Kath
ryn Cullings, Marjorie Baker, Sandra Aronson, Charlotte Hall Patricia Falken
Favorile Forniationii "Mary Lou," "Bells of St. Marys
"Down by the Station."
Maurice C. Whitney, Director
Mary Lou Maynard
Mary jane Matteson
Not in P19010
Ann Deich, Manager
Stephen Gubitz, Quartermaster
Rutheda Whitney, Librarian
Concert with Choir, April 13, 1951
with Percy Grainger, Guest Conductor
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Fin! Row Kleft to righzjr june Deihl, Anne McClure, Sylvia Dayube, Fay Akins, jacque-
line Kelley, Accompanist, janet Walkup, Patricia Perry, Elizabeth Shoupe, Arlene Koziol,
Wilma Durkee, Janet Fuller. Second Row: Angeline Polimerou, Clara Wilbur, Nancy
Axtell, Barbara Clark, Constance Brilling, Patricia Campbell, Joan Prairie, Nancy Brown,
Carolyn Lemery, Marilyn jones, Patricia King, Maurice C. Whitney, Director. Third Row:
janet Forbes, Sandi DeGarmo, Rutheda Whitney, Mary Lou Murray, jane Heckendorn,
Karola Schmidt, Constance Craytor, June Lipe, Lois Bolton, Greta Ormstrup, Joan Bos-
worth, joan Robillard. Fourth Row: Rene Miner, William Farrell, Alphonse Mark, Frank-
lin Ralph, Robert Rockwell, Herbert Heckendorn, David Lance, john Trumbull, Robert N.
Blake, Robert O, Blake, Archie Runnalls, Walter Reichert, Howard Allen, Richard Willett,
Alan Doty, Robert Deyoe.
Front Row fleft lo riglafjr Paula Abel, Jeannette johnson, joan Goetz, jo Ann Wallace,
Charlotte Hall, Patricia Durant. Second Rowl Martha Kreiser, Edna Hutchinson, Janet
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Lois Anne McClure, Manager
Jacqueline Kelley, Accompanist
Herbert Heckendorn, Quartermaster
Clara Wilbur, Assistant Accompanist
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Coach, joseph K. Konozakowski
Assistant Coach, Basil S. Dwyer Manager, David Mornhinweg
fi Co-Captains, William Forbes and Richard Homan
NORTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
CITY SERIES TITLE
CAamIaiorl:iLilo .il-zzofgaff .syciuarl
Fin! Rauf flefz 10 righzj: Howard C. Allen, jr., William Alexander, Lewis Kohn, David Mornhin-
weg, Manager, jay Whitney, Michael Bassock, Richard Allen. Sammi Row: Delcour Potter, Charles
Farrell, Carl Carlton, William Forbes, Co-Captain, Richard Homan, Co-Captain, Robert Liounis,
Willard Camp, Courtney Kullman, Eugene Varney. Third Row: Robert Seeley, Edward O'Donnell,
Richard Young, john Hulsebosch, Ronald Orton, james Duval, Robert Pincheon, Walter Reichert.
Fourth Raw! Peter Madison, Ronald Jeckel, Donald Blake, Edwin Donovan, William Farrell, Peck
Buckley, Robert Martindale, Alanson Wilkinson, Arthur Aronson. Fifzb Row: Basil S. Dwyer, As-
sistant Coach, George Fish, William Bennett, Philip Cowan, Frederick Kavanaugh, Raymond David,
William Canale, joseph K. Konczakowski, Coach.
Firm Row Klcfz zo right!! Warren Jensen, Assistant Manager, joseph K. Konczakowski, Coach,
Roger Holt, Assistant Manager. Second Row: Robert Sloan, jerry Morrissey, Delcour Potter, Wil-
liam Longhi. Third R014-'I Edward Mabb, Richard Homan, john Demas, Loren Clements, jack Adri-
ance, Walter Reichert Lewis Kohn. Fourth Row: Russell O'Connor, Frank Beatty, Robert Martin-
, Frederick Guay, Peck Buckley, Clifiord Martindale, Arthur Aronson, Stephen Kingsley. Fifth
12 Robert McLandress, Wfilliam Forbes, Frederick Kavanaugh, Captain, Robert Young. N01 Pir-
zureds Reginald Shultz, Assistant Coach, David Mornhinweg, Manager, Raymond David,
Z?aaLefLaf .Slam 7950-7957
Coach joseph K. Konczakowski
Assistant Coach, Reginald Shultz Captain, Frederick Kavanaugh
Manager, David Mornhinweg
Assistant Managers, Warren Jensen, Robert Holt, jerry Gottlieb
CITY SERIES CHAMPIONS
NORTHERN CONFERENCE-Second Place
Page S event y-S even
Dec I5 +Gra11v1YIe 62
Dec I6 Draper 58
Dec 21 Saratoga 43
Deg 26 HSA 111,93
jazz. 5 blast Edward
fan. I2 Windsor: Falls 52
fan. I3 Amsterdam 45
fan. I9 b"u'7b1Zel2aI1 68 2
fan. 26 HSC Magis 47
Feb. 2 XGFQUVIYJ6 46'
Feb. 3 Saratoga 36 47
Feb. 9 +112 Edward 40
Feb. I6 afffiudson Falls 41 31
Feb. I7 - Alzysrerd-2113 58 54
Feb. 2 Jfellvbfreba-11 52 42
Feb. 24 Draper 61
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Varsity and Ifzyveella
Nancy Brown and Linda Clark
Natalie Noonan, Subxrilule
mm Country 1950
First Place, Cobleskill Aggie Invitational Meet, October 4, 1950. 15-46, Glens Falls vs.
Saratoga, October 7, 1950. Seventh Place, Paul Grout Memorial Meet, October 14, 1950.
51-24, Glens Falls vs. Mt. Pleasant, October 22, 1950. Second Place, Class B Sectionals
at Schenectady, November 11, 1950. Fourth Place, Section B, Intersectionals at Schenec-
tady, November 18, 1950. jack Williams, Recreation Field 2:46 Mile Course, Time 12
minutes, 17 seconds. This bettered Richard Dolan's 12:20.
This last season marked the close of one of the
great cross-country running careers in Glens Falls
history. It is hard to single out a runner in the capital
district whose record stands higher than that of Jack
Williams. His running in the Cobleskill, Sectional,
and Intersectional Meets was an example of personal
courage and determination. This was exemplified in
the intersectionals when, after leading all the way at
a terrific pace, he collapsed 400 yards from the finish
line. He got up and finished in 9th place, 17 seconds
behind the winner, national champion Tommy Deans.
fLefz to right! Firrt Row: Jack Williams, Captain, Carl Lashaway, William Manville, Idris Roberts,
Maurice C. Edwards, Coach. Back Row: Robert Evans, jack Adriance, John Brookings, Stephen
Bassock, Willard Hunter. Not pictured: Arthur Mackey, jack Streeter.
aaaaaf ,Slam 1950-1951
Coach, Clifford K. Bosworth
Assistant Coach, Reginald Shultz Manager David Bartlett
Co-Captains, Richard Young and jack Hill
Won 12, Lost 5 City Series Champions
Northern Conference-Second Place
Hudson Falls was the only Conference Team to beat Glens Fallsg they did it twice.
Glens Falls 7 Warrerusburg , 4 Glens Falls St. Mary's
Glens Falls 2 So. Glens Falls 4 Glens Falls Ft. Edward
Glens Falls 10 Ft. Edward 1- Glens Falls Rutland
'Glens Falls 9 Whitehall ' 1 Glens Falls St. Mary's
Glens Falls 2 Warrensburg 5 Glens Falls So. Glens Falls
Glens Falls 2 St. Mary's 1 Glens Falls Granville
Glens Falls 6 Granville 1 Glens Falls St. Mary's
Glens Falls 9 Hudson Falls 12 Glens Falls Hudson Falls
Glens Falls 5 Whitehall 0
KLey'1 to Tfgbfl Firrz Roux' ifDelcour Potter, Willard Hunter, f:Rodney Currier, tRichard Young,
Hack Hill, :5:Norman Dobert, r5fWarren Ferguson, 'tWillia1n Bennett. Sefomi Rowx i1Richard Ho-
man, Edward Donovan, ffWillia111 Forbes, Edward Gilligan, :l:NVilliam Booth, Robert Block, john
Dickinson, Robert Bozzone, S:Edward O'DOnnell. Third R011'.' Reginald Shultz, jayvee Coach, David
Mornhinweg, Stephen Bassock, Arthur Aronson, David Bartlett, Manager, William Farrell, Robert
Evans, Marshall Stone, Clifford K. Bosworth, Coach. N01 pir1111'ed.' Willard Camp. ,
Vazrrizy Flag err
Coach,tThomas F. Allen
Ass't Coach, Maurice Edwards
Manager, L. Lashway Asst.'Manager, R. Jensen
Co-Captains, L. Liounis, A. Walkup Captain-elect, P. Cowan
NORTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 5th STRAIGHT SEASON
CLASS HB" SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP 5th STRAIGHT YEAR
Gloversville Scholastic Meet, Glens Falls 2nd with 45kg Glens Falls 712 vs. Granville
322, Glens Falls 57M vs. Saratoga 46321, Northern Conference Meet, Glens Falls 1st
with 55, Sectional Championship, Class B, Glens Falls lst with 533 Schenectady Relay
Carnival, Glens Falls placed in 3 Relays, and F. Kavanaugh 3rd in High jump.
A. Walkup, 180 Low Hurdle, 21.9, P. Potter, J. Williams, J. Brookings, J. West, 2 Mile
Relay, 8:39.8. A. Walkup, C. Carlton, R. Seeley, R. Taft, 480 Yard Shuttle Hurdle
A. Walkup, Northern Conference 180 Yard Hurdle, 22. F. Kavanaugh, Northern Con-
ference High jump, Tied Record 5 ft. 9M in.
Pint Row: WVU. Canale, G. Robins, 1. Hulsebosch, T. Sullivan, B. Sheehan, C. Jensen, R. Rockwell,
WD. Benedict, 1. Crooks. Second Row: WE. Varney, SF. Kavanaugh, tj. Williams, SFL. Liounis, "'A.
Walkup, 14P. Potter, tj. Adriance, ttj. Brookings, XR. Taft. Third Row: T. F. Allen, Coach, tj.
Farber, U. West, ZA. Mackey, KC. Carlton, YF. Benway, SR. Robillard, 'FR. Seeley, RR. David,
SFR. St. Clair, M. C. Edwards, Ass't Coach. N01 piflzned.' 'F-I. Duell, ER. MCLandress, L. Lashway,
L. Mayer, J. Ronkanen, J. Streeter, K. Williams.
Iliff lo figbtj: Robert Longhi, Courtney Kullmfnn, John Davison, David Dean, Marvin Chernoff,
Captain, Robert Marrs, Lewis Kohn, Basil S, Dwyer, Coach.
enniri ecwon f 950
Coach, Basil S. Dwyer Captain, Marvin Chernoff
Glens Falls 4 South Glens Falls 1 Glens Falls 5 South Glens Falls 0
Glens Falls 3 Hudson Falls 2 Glens Falls 5 Hudson Falls 2
Glens Falls 4 Schuylerville 1 Glens Falls 3 Schuylerville 0
Glens Falls won the Championship of Hudson River
Interscholastic Tennis League. 6 Wins, O Losses.
Lewis Kohn, Runner-up, Hudson River Inrerscholastic Singles Tourney
Courtney Kullman and John Davison, Runners-up, Hudson River
Interscholastic Doubles Tourney
Glens Falls 5 Points, Section II Singles Tournament, Class A and B Schools
Marvin Chernoff, School Cup Tourney
Gordon Barnum, School Intra-Mural Title
William Longhi, junior High School Tourney
First Row fLefr lo 1'igbU.' john Hulsebosch,
Lewis Kohn, Edwin Donovan, Courtney Kull-
man. Second Row: Edward O'Donnell, Idris
Roberts, Arthur Mackey, Warren Ferguson,
john Brookings. Third Row: Eugene Varney,
john Williams, Philip Cowan, john Streeter.
F0111-lb Row: john Adriance, Carl Carlton, Ron-
ald Orton, Willard Hunter, Richard Homan.
Fifth Row: William Canale, William Bennett,
Peck Buckley, William Forbes. Not fzicturedr
Donald Blake, Wfillard Camp, Raymond David,
james Duval, George Fish, Robert Liounis,
Robert Martindale, Delcour Potter, Richard
The graduating Seniors received athletic keys, new members received pins. Varsity "G"
Club was co-sponsor of the sports picnic in june. They donated the proceeds of the hat
and coat checkroom at the Hudson Falls game, 32671, to the March of Dimes. Members
erected and stored bleachers for all home basketball games. E
Joseph K. Konczakowski
Not life deep em!
Pint Row fLeft to rigblj: Ann Fish, Lillian Arnclt, joan Bemis,
Angeline Polimerou, Gail Parker, Deborah Axtell, Glenda Rey-
nolds. Second Row: Carolyn Dube, Fay Akins, Barbara Howard,
Noel Alverson, Lois Bolton, Greta Ormstrup, Patricia Hannan,
Patricia Fox. Third Row: Ruby Dunn, Barbara Smith, Mary Lou
Maynard, Rosemary Wallen, Ruth Guernsey, Ann juster, Ruth
Clink, Shirley Chandler, Lorraine Silverman,
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Ad visor ...... Elizabeth Cornell Secretary .... .... B elry Keene
Prerid Ent ........ Gay DeLong Trearurer .....,.. joan Lamont
Sports Day-Basketball and Swimming. Schools invited-Whitehall, Ft. Edward, Lake George,
South Glens Falls, and Hartford. june Banquet-letters and awards distributed. Intramural and
Interclass activities-Field Hockev. Basketball, Swimming, Bowling, Softball, and Archery.
Fin! Row fleft to rightl: Ann Casey, Marjorie Baker, Lorraine
Hamilton, Sylvia Dayube, Mary Bannon, Helen Akins, Carolyn
Lemery, Elizabeth Shoupe. Second Row: Christie Flint, Patricia
Comar, joan Lamont, Gay DeLong, Miss Elizabeth Cornell, Spon-
sor, Cynthia Mattice, Shirley McPherson, Anne Dewey. Tlvird
Row: Susan Peet, Karola Schmidt, Sandra DeGarmo, Patricia
Hickey, Nancy Axtell, Elaine Task, Mary jane Matteson, Lila Hay.
l0QCl.ClK given fd
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A Man .......,.......... Donald Fearis
His Friend .... .... I ames Harney
A Mother ...... .... E laine Task
Her Daughter ..... ....,... A nn Fish
A Wife ................ Carolyn Levine
Her Husband ........... David Benedict
A Gangster ......... Herbert Heckendorn
A Girl ..........,....... Marcia Lavine
Time: The present. Place: The balcony of a church
Occasion: The funeral of a young man
Student Director-Beverly Safran
SONG SPECIALTY "Poor Pierrot" ..............,. Jerome Kern
Ann McClure, accompanied by Maurice C. Whitney
"You Nllllfllil bill me noun' live b.11'c:n'I time for a fznzertzlf'
"THE MYSTERY OF MOULDY MANOR"
by 'Ted Westgate
Jennifer. . ., ............... Shirley Coon Hulda ..... .... B arbara Falkenbury
Aleric .............. Frederick Beckwith Roxana ..,... ....... R uth Cullings
Katherine Morris ........ Constance Grant Philbert ....... ....... P aul Lange
The ghost of Grandmother Wedgwood ................ Robert Hill
Charles Wedgwood ....., Stephen Bassock Nick Sherlock ........... john Trumbull
Scene: The unusual living room of Mouldy Manor near midnight
Student Director-Sylvia Dayube
SONG SPECIALTY "My Foolish Heart" .......... Washington and Young
Sylvia Dayube, accompanied by Maurice C. Whitney
"For :be zime being arzifcial and unnatural bawierr of roriely have been rwept away." Act I.
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"THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTONH
A Comedy in 4 Acts
By James M. Barrie
Sara S. Gabriel, Director
john L. Van Der Voort, Assistant Director
March 16 and 17, 1951
Lord Loam, an English peer, and his three haughty daughters have a butler named
Crichton, who completely approves the division of society into classes and disapproves of
Lord Loam's pretense of equality when he entertains all the servants at a monthly tea.
When Lord Loam, his daughters, guests, and servants are wrecked on a desert island, the
whole class system is upset, and it becomes apparent that Nature has destined Crichton
for the upper class and the former lords and ladies for servants. This hilarious reversal
of positions is brought to a climax with the appearance of a rescue boat and the choice
Crichton must make of signaling the vessel or remaining on the island as king with Lady
Mary as his bride. The way Crichton makes his decision and the subsequent readjust-
ments in social position provide a conclusion that is both thought-provoking and irresist-
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Act I-The drawing room in the Earl of Loam's house
Mayfair. About 4 p.m. in the summer.
Act II-The Island. Two months later.
Act III-The hall of their island home. Two years later.
Act IV-The same as Act I. Early summer evening.
ENTR' ACTE MUSIC
Glens Falls High School Band under the
direction of William N. Reeves
"I war zz king in Babylon
And you were a Clarirtian flaw."
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Bminerf Mtzmgem: Gay De Long, William Bennett,
Helen Caraliota, Elaine Goodrich, Richard Homan, Mar-
cia Leland, Edward O'Donnell, Eloise South, Richard
Scenery: Under the direction of Roy Orendorf.
Siege Manager: Neil Brown.
Stage Committee: Robert Martindale, Custer Quick,
Richard St. Clair, Timothy Sullivan, George Robins,
Edwin Towne, Richard Willett.
Art Deromtion of Set: Sets designed by Claude Pao-
letti. Caroline Lemery, Chairman, Mary Bannon, joan
Bemis, Elizabeth Connors, Lorraine Hamilton, Patricia
Hannon, jean Hurme, Angeline Polimerou, Ellen Saf-
Propertierz Ann juster, Chairman. Deborah Axtell,
Norma Bosworth, Ann McClure, Sally Scriver.
Cortzzmer: Ann Deich and joan Lamont, Chairmen
Betsy Keene, Greta Ormstrup, Glenda Reynolds.
Lights: Under the direction of Clifford Bosworth. Ar-
thur Mackey, Chairman, james Duval, james Harney
Herbert Heckendorn, Robert Moyer, Robert Welcyng.
Pablicily: Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Burke
Frederick Beckwith, Shirley Coon, Sylvia Dayube
George Fish, Constance Grant, Jacqueline Kelley, Caro-
lyn Levine, Chairmen. Elizabeth Ackley, Helen Akins
Lillian Arndt, Custer Quick, Marjorie Baker, Lois Bol-
ron, Constance Brilling, Richard St. Clair, Helen Bul-
len, Harry Goldstein, Joyce Newcomb, john Ramsey.
Ifzridenfal Mnrir fzlnring Aff 5: Edward O'Donnell,
enior xlareafi ion mcifa!
October 27, 1950
Expression in charge of
Miss Sara Gabriel
Accompanist, Maurice C. Whitney
Robert Hungerford '53
Chopin's "Po1onaise in A Flat"
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iimetgencyi gmvrilers Y by Ruth Cuihflgs
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Frederick Beckwith Jacqueline Kelley
Mother, junior, and the radio
"Streamline" "Mother Will Help"
by Edna Means
A father talks tO his small SOD
by Ryerson and Clements
N talie Noonan -1 A G-Magma Taylor
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Patti Fox and Fred Kavanaugh
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Norma Bosworth and Bill Forbes
Three years is a short time, but already the echo:
have grown very faint. Before they fade entire
away let us bring them back to the present to l1
recorded and remembered for all time.
Little did we know when we entered G. F. H. .
in the fall of 1948, that our years would be so men
orable. Our first oflicial act was to elect John Demi
president for the first of three years. William Canal
Custer Quick, and Phil Cowan were chosen to hel
him in the positions of vice-president, secretary, an'
treasurer, respectively. We were also very active i
Student Council, placing Ruth Cullings and Joh
Demas in the secretary's post for a term each.
Our Sophomore Hop fWho can forget it?j, wit
its Armistice Day decorations, was one of the mo.
successful ever held. Even then, our boys were ez
tremely outstanding in sports. Already, we had thr
3-letter men-Dick Homan, Bill Forbes, and Fr
Kavanaugh. Sorry to say though, that winter al
saw the end of the Ski Club for lack of snow.
Our Sophomore year was not all pleasure though-
there was much work to do. After meeting Shak:
speare, Caesar, and Euclid's geometric principles, vw
studied hard for our first high school regents. W
emerged in june not unscathed, but proud and happ
and eager for another try.
Still unaware of our destiny, but quite a lot olds
Qso we thoughtj, we made our entrance into the up
per classes in the fall of 1949. That date cannot l:
forgotten, for at that time we were just recoverin
from the worst polio epidemic in this area's historj
and school had to be postponed. To assist john Dc
mas in his second term as president, we elected Jac
West vice-president, Ruth Cullings, secretary, an
Caroline Lemery, treasurer. After three months of ar
ticipation, we finally received our rings, one of th
nicest rings in many years.
It was then that the Varsity-G Club was formec
and among the charter group were our three lette
men, who all repeated that feat in their junior year
Our whole winter was made outstanding by o
wonderful basketball team, which lost the champiohl
ship by only a few points. Setting new records becam
an everyday occurrence as we saw our first string, ill
cluding juniors Fred Kavanaugh, Ed Mabb, and Bo
Young, score over 100 points each. Who will eve
forget Bob's records-289 points for the year and 3
points in one game alone.
Our versatility showed itself in March of tha
year, when eight juniors with averages of over 91
were elected into the National Honor Society. I1
Student Council offices we placed Robert Liounis ant
Robert Bozzone. Don Fearis represented us on ou
Quiz Team at WWSC.
I.. John-"Marcia!" 2. The Four Horsemen. 3. "Du-val
did it!" 4. Hunter and the Hunted. 5. Dead-end Kids.
6. Hopalong Kullman. 7. Tarzan and the Apes. 8. Students?
9. Meany! 10. Peep show. 11. Chess, anyone? 12. Scalpel,
dofror? 13. Them days are gone forever.
Spring was a busy time for us, as we chose john
emas and Ruth Cullings to represent us at Boys'
nd Girls' State and worked toward our prom. Our
o-chaimen, Bob Bozzone and Elaine Goodrich, did
n excellent job, for "Suddenly It's Spring" was one
f the most beautiful proms ever held. Our lovely
ueen, jean Hurme, was attended by Noel Alverson,
uth Cullings, Patti Fox, Barbara Howard, Natalie
oonan, and janet Walkup.
We had reached the end of another year, but we
mad much to look forward to, for our Senior year
was to be even more eventful.
We opened our successful Senior year by electing
Iohn Demas as class president for an unprecedented
:hird year. To help him, we chose Custer Quick as
vice-president, Ruth Cullings as secretary, and Bill
Forbes as treasurer. Bob Bozzone has lead the school
all this year as Student Council president.
Our Senior Recital demonstrated the outstanding
dramatic ability of the members of our class.
For our Senior Ball, we chose to decorate the gym-
nasium as a night club fthe first deviation in decora-
ionsj with the theme being '!Club '51 Starlight
' We made many changes in tradition in our Senior
year, including the size of our newspaper, the decora-
ions for the Senior Ball, and the set-up of our year-
1 For the first time in twenty-one years, our foot-
all team, composed almost completely of Seniors,
on the Northern Conference Championship.
5 just before Christmas vacation, we named Lor-
raine Silverman Editor of the Red and Black.
A little after exams, the National Honor Society
began a new era for the group by wearing academic
gowns for the initiation.
In sports, we added many names to the roster of
three-letter men. Four of our five starting Seniors
on the basketball team made over 100 points each.
Young again lead with 219 points. The season was
another heartbreaker, as we lost the Conference by
Our Senior Play, the best in fifteen years, got rave
notices as did the leads, Bob Liounis and Beverly Sa-
fran, who led the largest cast ever in a Senior Play
in james Barrie's, "The Admirable Chrichtonf'
One of our last official acts was to write our origi-
nal Senior Pageant. The naming of -Bill Forbes
Valedictorian and john Demas Salutatorian climaxed
our academic year.
These are the days which will echo through our
memories in the years to come. If, by chance, the
echoes do grow faint, our Red and Black will bring
them back again.
1. Guess who? 2. St. Bernards. 5. Sie Tanzt Sehr Gut! 4.
Snake pit. 5. Men of Distinction. 6. George!! 7. Birds of
a feather. 8. Are we happy? 9. Well! 10. Hitching Post
Hibernians. 11. Happy daze. 12. Drafted--Drat it! 15.
Sparrow in the treetops. 14. Our guardian angel. 15. Party
The time is short. In a few weeks we will
leave Glens Falls High School. The school may
forget us, but there are things about it which
we shall never want to forget.
As we look around, we see the boys sprawled
on the lawn around the flagpole, the crowds
at the main entrance, and Minerva in hor place
at the head of the stairs. The sign above the
ofiice reminds us of the passes from WHB, and
the piles of papers in 110, of Miss Adriance's
As we Walk back by the north stairway, we
hear the noise from the shops, smell the ap-
petizing odors from the apartment, and see
Plato's "Let no one unacquainted with geom-
etry enter here," above Miss Mable's door.
Upstairs in the auditorium, the new curtain
and the statues of Washington and Lincoln
bring back memories of assembly programs and "The Star Spangled Banner." From the
library with its familiar stacks of books and magazines, we go into "study,' hall.
Up on the third floor we hear the staccato of the typewriters, pass the stairway to
the attic art room with its smell of paint. Down the hall a little we meet the stench
from the chem lab. After taking a last glance at the biology lab with its mice and micro-
scopes, we pause to listen to the music from Room 25 and the whistles from the gym-
the scene of all our games and of our Senior Play.
As we take a last nostalgic look at the school and walk up Glen Street, we realize
that we are no longer students of this our Alma Mater, but are now alumni. Now the
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RED AND BLACK
1948, 1949, 1950, 1951
45 RIDGE STREET
QOpposite City Hallj
ALTHOUGH rusln jobs are gwzvrally a source' of aunoyanrr' to
nzost printing vonr'r'rns, flu' printing clcfpartnzent of flu' Glens
Falls' Post Company wf'lroinz's awry opportunity to rriulvr
unusual s1'rz'ir'c' to old or now vustonzvrs. Many years vxpvriwin'
has tauglot us that prompt, l'0lH'fl'0llXldlIll vjffivieiit svrrin' is
om' surf' way of lwolrling rustonzvrs aiul gaining naw onus.
You ran lu' vfrtain we will gin' you wlaat you want u'lu'n you
want it. We say this witlaout boasting. We ran :lo it ln'rausf'
wr' laalw the f'xpc'rir'11c'f', tloa' rf'sourvr's, tba' mfiifsiffvfff anrl flu'
will to work. for you clay or night. Anal zlon't lvl anyonz' tell
you tloat our prices are loigb. This is one printing plant wlwrr'
you get the most value for your printing dollar.
Glens Falls Post Company
LUTHER J. CALKINS, Manager
14 Park Street Glens Falls, N. Y.
THE PosT-STAR and THE GLENS FALLS TIMES
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The Glens Falls Group ot lnsur-
ance Companies, through its
own facilities and those of the
Marine Ottice of America, the
American Foreign Insurance
Association and the Associated
Aviation Underwriters offers
insurance which covers ALL
"Old and Tried" Organized 1849
MP fOMfMERCE. A
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Glens Falls. New York. + GLENS 'Aw' NW YORK
INSURANCE COMP A
Glens Fails, N. Y.
Cool Insuring Agency, Inc.
P. R. PECK - H. C. BROWN - W. C. MILLER
24 MAPLE STREET GLENS FALLS, N. Y
Glens Falls, New York
N ortbern New York? Finest Hotel
E. Staley Martin, Manager
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CAPE AIRCRAFT INC.
GUY A. HAM, JR., Prvsidcfnf
C. A. A. Approved Primary and Advanced School
LICENSED RY THE STATE OF NEW YORK
WARREN COUNTY AIRPORT
Student Instruction - Aircraft Sales and Service -. Charter Trips - Aerial Photography
Approved for Veteran Training under G.I. Bill of Rights
Telephone 2 -2 6 3 9
to the Class of 1951
CLARK BROTHERS GLOVES, Inc.
for the home . . .
but the girl
GRIFFIN LUMBER COMPANY
WILL YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER
BE THE "1 IN 9" TO GO TO COLLEGEPA
A national survey Jhows that only one child in nine ever enters college.
Increase your youngsters chances to have a college education by opening an
Interest Account at First National. Make a practice of putting in a regular de-
posit every payday-as much as you can. Your child will always be grateful to
you for this stepping-stone to a more successful career.
Come in and open an Interest Account today. The younger your child is now,
the easier it will be to build up the fund you desire.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF GLENS FALLS
SOUTH GLENS FALLS BOLTON LANDING
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
J. E. Sawyer 81 Company, Inc.
Plumbing and Heating Supplies - Paints - Iron and Steel
Power Tools - Hand Tools - Water Systems
Kohler Fixtures - Briggs Beautyware
Top of Glen Street Hill Glens Falls, New York
H. 81 F. Binch, Inc.
211-217 WARREN STREET GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '51
The Glens Falls Portland
DE LONG'S DAIRY
235 Bay Street Glens Falls, New York
I. R. MCMULLEN CQMPANY, INC
Blouse and Shirt Manufacturers
TROY SHIRT MAKERS
L S G1 FIIN Yk
Fuel Oil Kerosene
No Nox Gulfpride
Garoline Motor Oil
3- ,B-"' '."f o, :J 64 I 2
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3,.1 f13zm,' 3
CLASS OF '51
Northern New York's Most
Progressive Department Store Glens Falls, N.Y.
Glens Fans 1010 Bottling CO.
95 Main Street PHONE 2-4058 South Glens Falls, N. Y.
LOOMIS AGENCY, INC.
Established 1852 by Meredith B. Little
john R. Loomis 18 Exchange Street
Helen F. Leonard 2-4418
D. L. Robertson Glens Falls, N.Y.
Glens Falls Fur Shop
278 GICH SUCH Glens Falls, New York
282 Glen Street
Glens Falls, New York
Photographic Supplies Sporfing Goods
THE FASHION SHOP
17-19 Ridge Street
Ioseph's Sundial Shoes
Shoes for all the family
13 Ridge Street
Glens Falls, New York
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '51
Radie station WWSC
American Broadcasting Company
Glendale Furniture Co., Inc.
Glens Falls, New York
Upper Glen Street
Succeysor to L. C. WHITE
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
Phones: 2-2184 - 2-2185
5 Davis Street Free Delivery
THE BULLARD PRESS
F01'ty-tlofee Years of Service
PRINTING and ENGRAVING
WILLIAM E. VAN TASSEL, Proprietor
20 Maple Street Glens Falls, N.Y
TO THE CLASS OF 1951
THE HITCHING POST
K. G. Abbott and Company, Inc.
INVESTMENTS AND UNDERWRITING
109-111 Queensbury Hotel Glens Falls, New York
I BRAYDQN 86 CHAPMAN
Tlx Home of Brffer Music
Records: Victor, Columbia, Decca, Capital
EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE
144-146 Glen Street Glens Falls, N
Hudson Transportation Co., Inc.
GLIZNS lJAI.l..S, NEW YORK
Through Bus Service Between
Glens Falls, Albany, Troy, and Schenectady
2-5113 - Phones - 2-S531
64 Third Street Glens Falls, N.
FINCI-I, PRUYN 841 COMPANY
CQAI., LUMIIER, BUILDING INIATERIAL
Fuel Oil, Refrigeration, Stokers, Coke, Oil Burners, Paint, Kerosene
DIAI 7-7161 7-29-31-33 Glen Str
M. AMES CHEMICAL WORKS
Carson-Duffy Agency, Inc.
WILLIAM R. JONES, Associate
44 Maple Street Phones: Dulfy 2-4516
Congratulations to the Class of 1951
MERKEL 81 GELMAN
"The Store of Cheerful Service"
Visit the NIAGARA RECORD BAR
For the latest R.C.A. Victor Records and Albums
SEE AND HEAR THE NEW' VICTOR 45 RPM RECORDINGS
Niagara Electrical Equipment Company
51-53 Ridge Street DIAL 2-0991 Glens Falls, N. Y
fo fha Class of 1951
Hub. and Jim Hubert
M ST T G1 ll N
V. W. WEEKS 86 SCN
BUS BODIES, TRUCK BODIES, and EQUIPMENT
AL 2-0075 Glens Falls, N
EAGLE CLOTHING Co.
GLENS FALLS, N. Y.
Taylor Welding Supply Co.
Congmlulalions to the Class of 1951
The Glens Falls Family Store
DAISY DAIRY, INC.
Tel. No. 2-2583
32-34 Dix Ave. Glens Falls, New York
Build with a Refognized Contractor
ADIRONDACK CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Te1ePhone 2-3647 179 Glen Street
Footwear Needs for all Ages
JOHN WILEY SHOE CO.
19 Warren St. Glens Falls, N. Y.
Cor. Walnut 8: Lawrence St.
Sfyfe, We deliver - Phone 2-0038
1"l'il'Illll-J' Ser: 'icc
3 FLOOR COVERING co.
MORTIMER TASK, Prop.
V, 36 Warren St.
W Rugs and Linoleum
206 Glen Street
Glens Falls. New York . I,
X Better Grade
10 XVARRIQN S'l4RlilfT
to the Class of '51
GLENS FALLS AREA
ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE
Nvw and Rebuilt Moiors and
IN S U R A N C E
560 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. 1
49 Park Street Glens Falls, N. Y.
208 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y. KNUT HEDLAND
to the Class of '51
Tl. inn.. sr...
Glens Falls and Saratoga
FAMOUS SHOES from
179-181 Glen St. Glens Falls, N. Y.
Arnc'rica's Second Oldesl Food Chain
Servin discriminatin homemakers with
quality food products for over three-
quarters of a century.
SUPER MARKETS FOOD STORES
to the Clays of 1951
MILBRO MILLS, Inc.
"Plant of Tomorrow"
Sheehan Silk Shop, Inc.
Silks, Wool, Dress Goods
and Wash Goods
26 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N Y
1. STERLING, inc.
134 GLEN STREET
Glens Falls, N. Y.
Madden Drug Store
The Prescription Store
264 Glen Street Glens Falls, N. Y
Compliments 56 South Street Glens Falls, N. Y
of DEII-IL'S RADIO
S I-I O P
Television and Radio
CO" Inc' SALES AND SERVICE-
CLAYTON G, to the Class of 1951
C081 - Fuel Oil The Glens Falls Diner '
Range on - Cement Home of Good Food
SINGLETON FUEL CO. Telephone 2,9840
11 Walnut Street Glens Falls 39 South Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
1 RIDGE BOOKSHOP
Remember School Days with Gifts
Good Snapshots Greeting Cards
Shangraw's Pharmacy Books
Developing - Printing - Eninigennnnrs Stationery
228 Glen Street Glens Falls
Glen Street at Grant Avenue
At the Clock
Excavating and Grading
Glens Falls, New York
BILLFOLDS - FOUNTAIN PENS
Books, Latest Fiction and Reprints
Congratulations to the Class of 1951
RUSSELL 8: WAIT
174-176 Glen Street Glens Falls, N.Y
C o n gram! atio ns
to the Class of 1951
Fraiser Paint Corp.
Wallpaper and Paint
Radios, Gas and Coal Ranges
39 Park Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Congratulations to the Class of '51
EARL F. GRANGER, Manager
250 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
It pays to learn to cook
You'll spend more of your hours awake in your
132 Glen Street Glens Fans: N-Y- kitchen than any other place. Make every move
more efficient with good tools and fine cutlery.
Lange,S Pharmacy 41fLMaEle Streeg OGlens Falls,
. . cott fa tOI' tOH7etI'1St
Sz G1ft Shop y ' P
Lake George, N.Y. Kresge Building Glens Falls, N.Y.
to the Class of 1951
Northern Cleaners and Furriers
to the Class of 1951
Earl F. Granger, Manager
Phone 2-1 144
250 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N. Y.
Thousands of girls are needed in business and
government oflices now. The salaries are high and
the opportunities for advancement are unlimited.
The quickest way to prepare for one of these good
positions is to take a business course at
Secretarial School for Girls
227-229 Quail Street Albany 3, N.Y.
REGISTER NOW .
Regirtered by New York State Board of Regent!
Summer Session starts july 2
Fall Session starts September 4
ing-activities. Placement in key
positions in business, professional
and government offices.
ALBANY BUSINESS GULLEGE
I26-I34 Washington Ave., Albany 6,
State Registered - Veteran Approved
Fluid Heat Oil Burners
Glens Falls Coal 8: Oil Co.
51 Walnut St.
Michael C. Linehan
4 Warren St.
Glens Falls, N.Y.
INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Quality at Lowest Prices
30M South St. Glens Falls, N.Y.
Air-Land Motor Parts, Inc.
AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES
Machine Shop Service-Wholesale Only
PHONES 2-0921 - 22 - 23
23-25 Bay Street fRogers Buildingj
Monument Square Glens Falls, N.Y.
For Men Who Care What They Wear
LARRY'S MEN SHOP
, 262 Glen Street
FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE
KANSAS COFFEE SHOPPE
for Dinners, Lunches, Ice Cream,
Sodas and Sundaes
31 Warren Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
N A S H
SALES AND SERVICE
116 Saratoga Avenue South Glens Falls, N.Y.
28 Maple Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
PAUL M. WESTCOTT
USED CARS-SUNOCO PRODUCTS
27 Warren Street Glens Falls, N. Y. 40 Dix Avenue Glens Falls' NY'
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE AIR CONDITIONED
CLASS OF '51
Kong Chow Restaurant
Detroit Supply Co., Inc. CHINESE and AMERICAN EooD
45 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N.Y. 22 Warren Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT
Smith's Men's Shop
Bay and Maple Streets Glens Falls, N.Y.
6 Warren Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
THE SUGAR BOWL
M. P1ssARE, Proprietar
DELICIOUS HOME MADE ICE CREAM
Wholesale and Retail-Home Made Candy
135-157 Glen Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
KNOWN FOR SPORTSWEAR
Corner Glen and South Sts. Glens Falls, N.Y.
Queensbury Barber Shop
offers to its patrons and their families
convenient and expert attention
Appointment: by Telephone - 2-5525
N orman's Service Station
JOHN MILLS Proprietor Broad and Hudson Avenue Dial 2-5777
PHONE 25512 SCHOELERMANN'S
HERBERT'S HOME MADE P1Es, CAKES AND ICE CREAM
WOMEN'S AppAREL TASTY SANDWICHES
144 Glen Street Glens Falls, N.Y. 284 Glenlgiiislte Insurance Oalgggylgglls, NY
The Tire Shop, Inc.
Aronson's Drug Store
Barney Aronson, Proprietor
35 RIDGE STREET 347 GLEN STREET Nationally Advertised Drugs
Phone 2-0924 Phone,2-9772 at Minimum Pfices
Glens Falls, New York PHONE 24035
Lawrence Street Pharmacy
60 Lawrence Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
M. 8: M. CLEANERS
2 LINCOLN AVENUE
Glens Falls, New York
WE JOIN IN WISHING THE CLASS OF '51
THE ROWLEY' S
Home of Sealtest Frozen Foods
and Ice Cream
16 Union Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
STORE YOUR FURS WITH A FURRIER
Your furs will look better and last longer
37 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Bay Street Pharmacy
JOHN H. WILSON, Ph. G.
101 Bay Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Royal Shoe Shine Parlor
SHOES DYED ALL COLORS
5 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Hank's News Room
47 SOUTH STREET
Glens Falls, New York
. - -H-B-
The Electrical Art Shop, Inc. A O W
55 Ridge Street
Glens Falls, New York
, - Robert Moyer James Duval
Telephone 2 5512 Robert Block Edward O'Donnell
Warren Ferguson William Bennett
Furs - Furs - Furs
21 Bay Street Glens Falls, N. Y.
COLE 8: HANKS
Successors to Lipe .Sc Doring
182 Maple Street Glens Falls, N.Y
Jaxton Mfg. Corp.
Empire Billiard Room
BILLIARDS and SUPPLIES
11 South Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Tom Rogers Agency
"COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE"
29 Ridge Street Glens Falls, N.Y.
Compliments of the
NEW HOTEL MADDEN
Wedgeway Barber Shop
For Your Convenience - By Appointment
C. TARANTELLI, Prop. 127 Glen St.
Van the Shoe M-an
29 RIDGE STREET
Phone 2-4948 Glens Falls, N.Y.
J. M. ALVERSON
11 Ridge sf. 2-5376
"The New Budget Wire Salon"
Coronet Beauty Salon
132 Glen Street - Glens Falls, N.Y.
Modern Method: Hair Tinting
Margie's Style Shop, Inc.
227 GLEN STREET
Glens Falls, N.Y. Tel. 2-7139
86 SOUTH STREET
MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS
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