Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 132 of the 1952 volume:
OUR ALMA IVIATER
Near the Adirondack foothills There's a place we'll ever cherish
Where roars the Hudson grand, A nd exalt unto the shy,
Where battlefields lie buried, May her honor never waver,
'Neath advancemenfs spreading hand 5 Our dear old Glens Falls High.
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For many of us, graduation means leaving Glens Falls. And part of our memories
of MAlma Matern will be the broad tree-lined streets we walked many times a day,
beautiful in a dazzling mantle of snow and ice, endless in the pouring rain, or a
temptation to loiter in soft breezes and sunlight as Horicon Avenue appears here.
Our Board of Education and the large majority of our teachers make Glens Falls
their permanent home and are our neighbors and friends as well as our administration
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JOHN W. CANADAY
Board of Education
and FRANK A. CONLIN
Clerk of the Board
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Glens Falls, new high school, the product of more than a decade of planning, was
officially dedicated Saturday afternoon, September 29, 1951, at brief but impressive
ceremonies conducted at the cornerstone of the structure at Sherman Avenue and
Quade Street. Dr. John W. Canaday, president of the Board of Education, officiated
at the laying of the cornerstone and placed a 12 by 6 by 9 inch sealed copper box
containing items of historical and educational interest in the block ijust to the left
of the main entrance to the building. Dr. Canaday paid tribute to the interest and
far-sightedness of Robert S. Buddy, former president of the Board of Education, who
served during the time when most of the groundwork and planning for the new build-
ing was taking place. The new high school will be open for instruction in September,
1952. Ground was broken for the building on May 1, 1950.
RUSSELL M. L. CARSON
JOHN W. GLASS
MRS. ALFRED E. VAN WIRT
FABIAN O. DUCHARME
J. CARLETON LIDDLE FRANCIS W. McGINLEY
DOUGLASS CROCKWELL C. SHERMAN WILLMOTT
J. Ward Russell was graduated from
Glens Falls High School in 1898. He
served on the Board of Education from
1912 until the end of 1951, a period of
4-0 years, when he resigned to become
Mayor of Glens Falls. Judge Russell was
Chairman of the Building Committee
for the new Senior High School.
ALEXANDER W MILLER 1. WARD RUSSELL
Superintendent of Schools Mayor of Glens Falls
A selection played by the Glens Falls High School Band.
Invocation by Rabbi Kurt L. Metzger of Temple Beth-El.
Singing of the High School Alma Mater. Reading of the list
of contents of the sealed copper box by Judge Russell, Chair-
--....,, man of the Building Committee. Remarks and laying of the
cornerstone by the President of the Board, Dr. Canaday.
Singing of the "Star Spangled Banner." Benediction by the
Rev. Gary E. Germann, pastor of the Lutheran Church of the
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TO THE CLASS OF 1952:
Greetings and best wishes to the Class of 1952 as
you approach the time of graduation. Your career,
as a class and as individuals, has added to and en-
riched the history and traditions of Glens Falls
High School. As you take your place in the un-
broken line of classes that started in 1891, you can
have a sense of satisfaction and pride in being'
part of an honored company.
Loyalty to good traditions has long been a notable
trait in this school. It is a good hing, for with it
goes a sense of history which helps us to see what
progress has been made and is being made. It also
makes us aware of the possibilities in the future
Secretary to the
,Kits DOROTHY F. HUGHES
zo the Superintendent
WILLIAM H. BROWN
for ourselves and for our school.
As loyalties are considered, 1 am sure you will not
feel that it is a different school when we move into
our new home, for the character of a school, like
thatgof a home, depends on the people in the family
and not on the roof which shelters them. You
are members of the family of Glens Falls High
School, and as such we shall want your continued
interest and support for the classes which follow
you. We, in turn, will welcome you in the new home
and will want you to feel as much a part of the
school on Sherman Avenue as you have on Glen
MRS. VIOLA B. KELLEY JANICE SELLINGHAM
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THOMAS F. ALLEN, B.S., A.M.
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RUTH M. BUSSEY, B.S., A.M.
N. Y. State College for Teachers
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BETTY L. CORNELL, B.S., A.M.
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Here we applaud one of our assembly programs. In this aditorium with its statues of
Washington and Lincoln, its acquamarine Velvet curtain with coral backdrop, its
privileged front seats for 204, 205, and 110, we were both "the show" and the au-
dience. In addition to our own talent, many fine speakers, singers, actors, and other
artists have entertained and inspired us. A picture like this reminds us that wherever
our student bod has its home is our "Alma Mater."
Our class ring is not just another piece of jewelryg it is a
symbol of our high school days. It is not the precious
metal from which it is made but the sentimental quality
which we value. lt symbolizes the stepping stone to our
Senior year and all of its activities. To most of us it is
also a symbol of the friendships made here, the visits in
the hall, the dances, games, parties, plays, and assemblies.
It signifies our school colors and spirit, a joke on the
corner, our classes and study halls-our school life.
All these are in our minds and hearts forever, and our
ring will keep these memories secure. It is an enduring
symbol of our Alma Mater.
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Vice Presidem' .......,. ...,,... C ARL CARLTON
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Treasurer .......,. ......4,......,..........,...,,. D AVID CQHEN
Advisor ...A,.., ..,...... M ISS SARAH A. ADRIANCE
FAY LORRAINE AKINS
Famous for her fine clothes, Fav enjoys music, sleepil
and witty people. Being late is a habit and she dislik
French Club 3, 4, Library Club 4, GAC 2, 3, 45 Seni
Play Castg State Competition 2, 3, 4g Red and Bla1
Staffg Gym Exh. 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 4.
JAMES PETER ANDERSON
Pete has spent only two years with us, but he has mai
a hit in that time. He loves outdoor sports and music, bl
has a dislike for crowds. Why the name "red ears," Petr
Jayvee Baseball 3, Varsity 4, Patrons, Night Play Cast
Student Council 4, Red and Black Editor-in-Chief, Chc
4g Octet 45 Drama Night Cast 4.
RITA MARILYN ARONSON
Cheetalfs special interests center around pizza and l
Cabana. She likes dancing, sleeping late, and collecti
wishbones. Her pet peeve is Hkilljoysf'
GAC 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3g Bowling 2, 3, 43 Junior R
NANCY LIVINGSTON AXTELL
Ax's ability at doing the Charleston is well-known. Rai
nights and the Colgate campus attract her.
Junior Prom Attendant, French Club 2, 3, 4g Dramat
Club 3, 4g Sophomore Choirg Cap and Gown Committc
Red and Black Staffg GAC 33 Drama Night Committee
Senior Choir 3, Northern Star Ad Staff 2, Junior R
LEONA MARGARET BALL
Lee is known for her friendly smile. She enjoys eatir
T.V., and a good joke but has trouble making the 8:15 bm
Senior Ball Committee, Cap and Gown Committeeg Bask
ball 2, 3g Bowling 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH AGNES BANNON
Betty, the petite little miss with a flair for clothes, enjz
having a good time with the crowd. Her naturally cu
hair is admired by all.
Library Club President 45 Basketball 2, Junior Pri
Committee, Senior Ball Committeeg Senior Play Staff
DAVID JAMES BARTLETT
Professor Bart enjoys hunting and goes in for playing chess,
basketball, baseball, and soccer. Bart is strictly against
snobbish people and gabby women.
Chess Club 2, President 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, Bowling
3, 4, lntra-mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4, Chess Club
Inter-city Competition 2, 3, 4.
DAVID SPEARE BENEDICT
Whether you find him engaging in outdoor sports or eat-
ing, the Rev. is sure to be in a good humor.
Honor Society 4, Red and Black Business Manager, Var-
sity-G Club Secretary 4, J. V. Football 2, Varsity 4,
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Vice President 4,
Dramatics Club 3, Vice President 4, Stamp Club 2, 3,
President 4, Drama Night Cast 3.
BEVERLY ANN BENTLEY
Bubbles likes pizza, week-ends, Colgate men, Lake George,
and dancing the Charleston. Her pet peeves are rocks on
a ski trail and school.
Forum Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, J. V. Cheerleader
2, 3, GAC 2, 3, Sophomore Choir, Dramatics Club 3, 4,
Ski Club 2, 4, Senior Play Cast.
ALBERT Louis BESWICK
Al is quick to give a good argument on any subject you
can think of. Much of his spare time is devoted to driving
German Club 3, Secretary 4, Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Festi-
val 2, 3, 4, Radio Quiz Team 2, 4, Pageant Writing Corn-
mittee, Hellenic Society English Prize, Red and Black
Staff, Wooclwind Trio 2, 3, Cap and Gown Committee
Chairman, Science Club 3.
JACQUELINE CATHERINE Boss
Jackie enjoys movies, dancing, and good music. Her pet
peeve is homework and she shows a keen interest in the
J oAN PECKHAM BOSWORTH
Beauty, personality, and efficiency, plus leadership, scho-
lastic, and athletic ability-that's Ioan, our Prom Queen.
Hi-Y 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Honor Society 4, Junior
Prom Queen, Red and Black Ass't Editor, Senior Play
Cast, French Club 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Dra-
maties Club 2, Treasurer 3, Senior Expression Recital,
.lunior Red Cross Vice President 3.
HAROLD PETER BOVAIR
Harold has only three loves-driving a Nash, working hard,
and enjoying vacations. This red-head has been a very
quiet member of our class.
NANCY LEIGH BROWN
Nancy, our pretty Prom attendant, likes a blonde and en-
joys all water sports. Blind dates and insincere people
don't rate with her.
Red and Black Editor, Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleader,
Class Secretary 2, 8, French Club 3, Secretary 45 Concert
Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 4, Choir 3, Student Council 2, 33
Syracuse Citizenship Award 3g GAC 2, 3.
l ' tiff!! can HENRY PECK BUCKLEY
Pecker, oar pool enthusiast, has a special habit of slee
ing late and just missing the 8:15 a.m. bell. Breakfo
parties, the Post, and steak are his favorites.
Senior Play Cast, Football Varsity 3, 4g Basketball
Varsity 3, 4, J. V. Track 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 Frent
Club 3, Varsity-G Club 3, Vice President 4, Junior Rt
Cross 2, Treasurer 3.
ROBERT CHARLES BURROWS
Bob, a hard worker of the Senior Class, enjoys basketba
football, and pool. Steaks rate high with Bob, but
draws the line at pea soup.
Senior Play Committeeg Service Club 45 Jayvee Footb.
35 Track 4g'Cym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
GEORGE GROVER BUSHER
Tink's main interests center around a black "Chevie
hamburgers, and the Post. He enjoys a good laugh, b
not Doane's jokes.
Student Council 2, 3, Activity Ticket Chairman, Seni
Play Cast, Senior Recital, Red and Black Editor, Bowlin
2, 35 Gym Exh. 2, 3g Sophomore Hop Committeeg Juni
Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee.
CLYDE STANTON BUTLER, JR.
Driving his Pontiac and working take up most of Star
spare time. He always enjoys a good joke but cold weath
and snobbish people do not rate with him. Why tl
preference for blondes, Stan?
CARL WILLIAM CARLTON
Our all-conference football representative, Herb likes a
good time with the boys and driving the bullet.
Varsity-G Club 3, President 4, Track 2, 3, Captain 4,
J. V. Football 2, Varsity 3, Co-Captain 4, Class Vice
President 2, 3, 4, Senior Ball Co-Chairman, Red and
Black Editor, Student Council 2, Bowling 2, 4, Captain
3, Senior Play Cast.
PATRICIA ANNE CARPENTER
Patty, a cute addition to our class, came from Rouses Point,
N. Y., in her Junior year. Although she is interested in
chemistry and nursing, she finds time to enjoy French
fries, steak, dancing, and nice clothes.
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Cap and
Gown Committee, Camera Club 4, Science Club 3, 4.
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JOAN HUNT CARSWELL
Janie is our girl with the flair for beautiful clothes. She
interested in a certain boy and has an aversion for blind
Inior Prom Attendant, French Club 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
ed and Black Staff,.1Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom Com-
ittee, Senior Ball Committee, All-State Choir 4, Gym
ANN BERENICE CASEY
asey, with her sense of humor and ability in sports, is Ia
rpular member of our class. She enjoys playing basket-
zll and riding in nice cars, she dislikes braggers and those
ho think they know everything.
ed and Black Staff, Library Staff 2, GAC 2, 3, 4,
Jphomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Sen-
r Ball Committee, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN CHANDLER
Ltirl is our little girl with a inning smile and a cheerful
iture. Her naturally curly Exif is the envy of all. She
ijoys spending her summers at Lake George.
ihrary Staff 2, 3, Secretary,4, Senior Play Cast, Red
Id Black Staff, Senior Pageant Committee, GAC2, 3, 4,
:nior Ball Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Art
lub 3, Science Club 3.
RUTH ANN CLINK
link, who likes weekends at Lake George and eating, has
e ability to get along with people. Her special interest
es in driving the, family car.
rench Club 3, 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4, GAC 3, 4, Red
Id Black Ad Staff, Senior Play Cast, Dramatics Club 3,
ap and Gown Committee, Science Club 3.
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DAVID FRANKLIN COHEN
An outstanding member of our class because of his leader
ship, friendliness and wit, Dave is well liked by everyone
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, President 4
German Club, Sgt.-al-Arms 3, President 43 Red and Blacl
Editorg Senior Recital3 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching
Band 2, 33 Senior Play Cast.
PATRICIA ANN COMAR
Pat admits that the D. D. T. Club is her special interes
but also likes bowling, swimming, pizza and hen parties
She is known for teasing people and having fun.
GAC 2, 3, 43 Red and Black Staffg Cap and Gown Com
mittee3 Camera Club 43 Gym Exh. 2, 3g Sophomore Hoi
Committeeg Junior Prom Committee.
Connie will be remembered for her ability to draw and
her ready wit. She likes pizza, pajama parties and dancing3
dislikes sloppy clothes and blind dates.
French Club 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Red and Black Staff3
Senior Choir 33 Librarian 43 Art Club 3, 43 Senior Play
CEST: Patrons' Eve. Cast3 Gym Exh. 2, 33 Sophomore Choir.
HARLAN GEDDES CUTSHALL, JR.
Harnie, our victim of 204's homeroom pranks, has a special
interest in skiing and good looking girls. Why the dislike
for absent-minded teachers?
Jayvee Track 3, Varsity 43 Varsity Cross-Country 43 Var-
sity-G Club 43 Camera Club Vice President 43 Red and
Black Ad Staff 3 Senior Play Cast3 Drama Night Cast.
SAUNDRA ANN DE GARMO
Cheerful and smiling Sandi can be found wherever there
is music and fun. Unhappy people annoy her.
Red and Black Staff 4g Senior Play Castg Forum Club 4g
GAC 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Hi-Y 43 Camera Club 43 Play
Day 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3
Junior Red Cross 23 Sophomore Choir 23 Sophomore Hop
Committee3 Gym Exh. 2.
LEROY EUGENE DEMARSH
Roy is an eager outdoor enthusiast who enjoys hiking as a
member of the Adirondack Mountain Club. He's really
keen on photography but dislikes English homework.
Science Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 43 Camera Club 43
Orchestra 2, 3.
ROBERT GLYN DEYOE
Bob enjoys all sports, dancing, singing, acting, driving
and Corinth. There seems to be little he dislikes.
Senior Play Castg Talent Show 2, 3, 4g Choir 2, 33 Alla
State 2, 33 NYS Choir Festival 3g Student Auditor 43
Speakers Club 4g Gym Exh. 2, 3, Bicycle Safety Commit-
PATRICIA JOAN DICKINSON
Pat possesses a winning smile and is liked by all. She likes
cooking, reading, music, and pizza. She dislikes rainy
Band 2g Camera Club 4g Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
Ball Committeeg Red and Black Staffg Senior Announce-
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WILLIAM STEWART DOANE
Bill, known for his orderly hair, cuddly smile, and wit,
likes women, the Hitching Post, George Shearing, and Mr.
B. He dislikes conceited girls and languages.
Junior Red Cross 2g Ski Club 2, Treasurer 4g German Club
3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4g Forum Club 2g Stamp Club 2, 3, 4g
Senior Play Castg Senior Announcement Committee.
Carolyn has her good times with the gang at the Gold
Shade. She has an understandable aversion for Monday
mornings and slowpokes.
Red and Black Staffg Student Council 2g GAC 3, 4g Page-
ant Writing Committeeg Senior Play Committee, Gym Exh.
2, 43 Basketball Captain 4g Bowling Captain 4.
CAROLE LOUIsE DUNN
Besides her part-time work as a telephone operator, Carole
likes food, horses, and sports. A staunch member of the
DDT Club, she always has a smile for everyone.
Northern Star 2, 3, Editor 4g Honor Society 43 GAC 2, 3, 4.
RUBY LOUISE DUNN
Quiet, but lots of fun, Ruby is a welcome addition either
socially or in any sport. Her special interest is the DDT
Red and Black Staffg Camera Club 4g GAC 2, 3, 4g Gym
Exh. 3, Art Club 3.
WILMA JOAN DURKEE I
We can always tell where Willie is because of her giggle.
Her likes are many, but she specializes in collecting
French Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All-State 4, Red and
Black Staff, Music Festival 2, 3, 4. '-
ROBERT CAGE EVANS g
Bob's likes include hydroponics, seafood, L and beautiful
women. He is a noted cross country man and horticulturist.
J. V. Baseball 2, 3, Varsity 4, J. V. Cross Country 2,
Varsity 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, President 4, Red and Black
Editor, Bowling Captain 2, Tournament Team 3, 4, Senior
Play Cast, Science Fair 2, 3, 4. A
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WILLIAM HENRY FARRELL
Bill, our future life guard, likes his old Ford and being
with the boys. Small girls and good food are also to his
Jayvee Baseball 2, 3, Varsity 4, Jayvee Football 2, 3, Var-
sity 4, Junior Prom Committee, Red Cross. 3, Bowling 4,
Choir 3, 4. '
ANN MARIE FISH
Ann is known for her easy-to-get-along with manner and
dramatic ability. She likes dancing, the DDT Club and
French Club 3, 4, Drama Night Cast 2, 3, Senior Play
Cast, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2,
3, 4, Senior Recital, Speakers Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Patrons'
Night Play 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Library Club 4, Red
and Black Staff, CAC.
CHRISTIE BETSY FLINT
Chris, who is an honorary member of the DDT Club, has a
flair for nice clothes and likes sports: She has an aversion
GAC 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Staff, Senior Ball Committee,
Red and Black Staff, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
LEVIN WILSON FOSTER
Bill, a welcome addition from Pittsfield, Massachusetts,
came to Glens Falls in his Senior year. His main interests
are amateur radio, business finance, cars, and dancing.
Student Council 4, Northern Star Sports Editor 4, Fire
Squad 4, Civilian Defense 4, Cap and Gown Committee,
Senior Play Staff.
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BARBARA LOUISE GALLOW
Babs has a flair for originality in clothing and horseback
riding. She also likes pizza, polite people, DDT Club, and
a certain D. S. Her pet peeves are bossy people and dis-
FHA 3, 4g Library Club 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45
Cap and Gown Committee.
GLORIA MARIE GARDNER
Glo, an ambitious lass, is noted for her beautiful sewing.
She has a cheerful disposition and her likes include swim-
ming and a certain boy at Delhi.
,Library Staff 3, 4, FHA, Bowling 2.
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VIVIAN DORA GAUTHIER
Pinky spends most of her time skating, bowling, and
swimming. Her big brown eyes are the envy of all.
FHA 3, 4g' Sophomore Girls' Choirg Service Club 4
Bowling 4g Senior Ball Committeeg Cap and Gown Com
LILA EVELYN GREGORY
Greg, whose main interest is Eddy, likes steak, the 3:15 bell
and talking with the girls. Bad tempers and Monday morn
ings are on her black list.
Bowling 2g Junior Prom Committeeg Gym Exh. 2.
A great loss to England and a great gain to the United
States is petite and pert Patty. Patty is famous for her
winning smile and sweet voice.
Dramatics Club 3, 4g Speakers Club 4g Bowling 4, Red
and Black Ad Staff g Drama Night Play Castg Gym Exh.
2, 4, Senior Ball Committee.
LILA NORMA HAY
Lila's ready smile and super personality have made her an
outstanding member of our class. Swimming and interior
decorating rank high with her, conceited people don't count.
Class Secretary 4g Hi-Y 3, Vice President 43 Red and Black
Editor, Student Council 2, 3, 4g GAC 2, 3, 43 Art Club
3, 4g French Club 3, 4.
CHARLES DUANE HERRINOTON
Birdie, a high-ranking scout and a future scout executive
spends a great deal of time as a theatre usher or enjoying
his hobby of philately.
Stamp Club 4g Outing Club 4, Camera Club 4g Senior
Announcement Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg Junior
Prom Committee, J. V. Football, Bowling 3, 43 Gym Exh. 2
HENRY NICHOLAS HEYM '
Hank, our future boat builder, came to us in his Juniol
year from Long Island. His interests focus around roller
skating and a certain girl.
Camera Club 3, 4g Outing Club 4.
PATRICIA HARRIET HICKEY
Pat, the gal with the ready jokes and inability to make the
8:15 bell, likes reading, music, and T. V. l
Hi-Y 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Band 2, Ass't Mgr. 3, 4, Orch?
2, Assit Quartermaster 3, Quartermaster 4g Red and Blacl
Staffg GAC 3, 4g Forum Club 2, 3g German Club 3:
Science Club 35 Art Club 34 All-State 2, 4g Music Compe
tition 2, 3, 4.
JOHN ALFRED HULSEBOSCH
An outdoor enthusiast, Hulsy enjoys football, hockey
lacross and hunting. His ability to argue and his readj
wit will be remembered by all.
Varsity Football 3, CO-Captain 43 Track 2, 3, 4g Hockej
2g Varsity-C Club 3, 4g Junior Prom Committeeg Senio
Ball Committeeg Red and Black Staff.
JOAN ANNA MAY KING
One of our pretty prom attendants, Joan enjoys having c
good time and also hamburgers, dancing, and bowling
She looks forward to long weekends but loathes Mondag
Junior Prom Attendantg Band 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 2, 4
LESTER RAND KING
Les likes good food and photography and is crazy abou
auto racing-both midget and big cars. He has a largi
collection of pictures which he takes at all the local aut
Camera Club President 44 Science Club 3g Home Mt
chanics Club 4.
ARLENE JOANNE KOZIOL
Kozy, our future nurse, is known for her peppy personality
and infectious giggle. A good time with Stan rates high
Junior Red Cross 3, French Club 3, 4, Library Club 2,
3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Patrons' Night Play Staff
4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, GAC 2.
CHARLES J UDKINS LAPHAM
Chuck enjoys eating, playing chess, and asking weird
questions in Chemistry class but despises English home-
work. At times he seems to find certain brands of ink
Stamp Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club Secre-
tary 4, Machinists Club Secretary 4.
BEECHER WILLIAM LAPOINT
Bucky goes in for power packed cars, hunting, fishing and
any type of food. He does not like snobbish people.
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Machinist
Club 4, Announcement Committee, Music Festival 2, 3, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN LASHWAY
Although Liz's main interest centers around a certain boy,
she also enjoys gastronomic udelicaciesv such as French
fries and spaghetti.
FHA 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Red and Black Staff, Senior Ball
Committee, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
BARBARA RUTH LAWSON
Barb, our talented artist, enjoys water sports, dancing,
and sleeping late. Her quiet sense of humor and her varied
interests make her a popular classmate.
French Club 3, 4, Art Club 3, President 4, Northern Star
3, Hi-Y 4, Red and Black Staff, Senior Play Cast, Gym
Exh. 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Announcement
ROBERT ALVIN MCKINNEY
Boomer, the man with a ready joke and flashy ties, is
known to be quite adroit at playing 'glflig Boss." An eight-
ball degree from E.B.A. is another of his proud possessions.
Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, Music Festival
2, 3, 4, Gym Exh. 4, Machinist Club President 4, Outing
VALERIE MARIE MCKINNEY
With Val, our vivacious little red head, tall boys, bowling,
and music rate high.
French Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4g Senior
Recital3 Red and Black Staffg Marching Band 2, 3, 43
Concert Band 2, 3, 43 All-State 43 Senior Play Cast3 Speak-
ers Club 43 Radio Broadcast 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Art
Club 2, 3.
SHIRLEY PATRICIA MCPHERSON
Shirleyis interests lie in sports, reading, record collecting,
and writing short stores.
Honor Society 43 Library Staff President 2, 3, Vice Presi-
dent 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Radio Quiz Team 43 French Club 3, 4g
GAC' 3, 43 English III AWard3 Science Club 33 Art Club
33 Gym Exh. 2, 3, 43 Senior Pageant Writing Committee.
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ROBERT WALTER MARTIN
Our hard-working theatre usher, Tex is just crazy over
movies-especially Westerns. His favorite star is .lohn Ire-
land. He always has a good joke and enjoys eating.
MARY JANE MATTESON
Mary Jane, our pretty redhead, is noted for her tact and
sparkling sense of humor. Swimming, mountain climbing,
and spending summers at Lake George are her special
Senior Play Cast3 Patrons' Evening Play Cast3 Orch. 2, 3,
43 GAC 2, 3,43 Cap and Gown Committee3 Red and Black
Staffg Gym Exh. 2, 3.
CYNTHIA KNAPP MATTICE
Cyn's good humor and her ability to get along with people
make her an outstanding person. She is an excellent swim-
mer and likes a good game of tennis.
French Club 3, 43 Library Staff Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer
43 Art Club President 3g GAC 3, 43 Biology Club 33
Senior Pageant Committeeg Gym Exh. 2, 3g Ski Club 3, 4.
MARY LoU MAYNARD
Lou has a special liking for dark haired Irishmen and a
Honor Society 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Ass't Mgr. Orch. 2, 3,
Mgr. 43 GAC 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Art Club 33 Red
and Black Typing Editorg Business Law Prize 33 C0-
Chairman Cap and Gown Committee3 Music Festival 2, 3,
43 Pageant Writing C0mmittee3 String Trio 3.
RENE REGINALD MINER
Teadle always has time for a fast basketball game or mak-
ing new friends. Ort Saturday nights you usually can find
him having a good time roller skating.
J, V. Basketball 3, Bowling 4, Choir 3, 4, All-State 3,
Junior Prom Committee, Service Club 3, 4.
PHYLLIS ANN MURRAY
Phyl has a great sense of humor and is interested in sports
and art. Teaching small children is Phyl's ambition.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, GAC 2, 3, Secretary 4, Honor Society 4,
Photography Editor Red and Black, Forum Club 2, 3, 4,
Art Club 2, Secretary 3, Drama Club 2, 3, Senior Play
RUTH HILVE MYHRBERG
Our likable Ruthie, who came from Vermont in her Junior
year, is interested in Harold, Cadillacs, and airplanes.
Honor Society 4, First Prize U. of Vt. Speech Contest,
Second Place Essay Contest, Red and Black Staff, North-
ern Star 4, GAC 4, FHA 4, Stamp Club Secretary 4.
HELEN LoUIsE NAATZ
A transfer from Corinth, Honey has a special interest in a
certain sailor. In her spare time she likes to play her
guitar for square dances.
Camera Club 4, Red Cross 3, 4.
RUSSELL EDWARD O,CONNOR
Russ, our happy-go-lucky Irishman, can usually be found
enjoying a good joke or on the hardwood court. Oddly,
he dislikes homework!
Jayvee Basketball 2, 3, Varsity 4, Forum Club 2, Treasurer
3, Vice President 4, French Club 3, 4, Northern Star 4,
Red and Black Ad Staff, Senior Announcement Committee.
GAIL JOYCE PARKER
Gail is one ofthe quieter members of our Senior Class. Her
ability to get along with people makes her a welcome mem-
ber of any group.
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, GAC 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orch. 2,
3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Typing Staff,
Horn Trio 3, All-State Band 3, 4, Music Competition 2,
3, 4, Gym Exh. 2, 3.
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SUSAN GRAVES PEET
Sue is well-known for her efficiency and ability to live.
up any group.
Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4g Hi4Y 2, Secretary 3. Trea:
urer 4g Adv. Mgr. Red and Black: Forum 2, 3, 43 Radi
Quiz Team 4, Jam lnn Rep. 2, Treasurer 3, C0-Chairma
49 Ass't Mgr. Band 4g Orch. 2, 3, 45 Senior Recitalg Ge:
man Club 3, 4g CAC 3, 4, Student Council 3g Choir 4.
DAVID ELLIS PERKETT
Perky is noted for his leadership and ability to get alon
Class President 3, 43 French Club 3, Vice President 4
Student Council Secretary 2, Vice President 3, 4g Hom
Society 3, Vice President 4, Concert Band 2, 3, Mgr. 4
Orch. 2, 3, 4g Boys' Stateg Senior Reeitalg All-State Banc
Forum Club Secretary-Treasurer 4.
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SALLY LOUISE PLUE
Sally is noted for her green eyes and friendly smile. Her
greatest ambition is to be on time at a date. Her special
interest is an Irishman with a red truck.
FHA 2. Secretary 3, President 4g Red and Black Ad Staffg
Senior Ball Committeeg GAC 2, Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
BEVERLY JOYCE PORTER
A cute girl with pretty blonde hair, Bev has a nice per-
sonality. Her special interests are baseball, playing the
piano, roller slrating, and staying out late.
Senior Play Committee, Library Staff Reporter 2, 3, 4g
Patrons' Night Committeeg' Gym Exh. 2, 3g Senior Ball
THOMAS DUANE PURNER
Tommy, who is very active in the Naval Reserve, enjoys
skating and 4-H work. Good clothes, swimming, and model
airplane building also rate high with him.
Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
CONSTANCE ANNE PUTNAM
Ann., our pretty prom attendant, has a winning personality,
and is noted for her sincerity. She has a special interest
Red and Black Staff, Junior Prom Attendantg Student
Council 2, 3g Service Club Secretary 4, Junior Red Cross
FRANKLIN LEVI RALPH
Frank's interest in outdoor life and his ability to handle
guns make him eligible for his membership in the Moreau
Rifle Club. Bossy people don't seem to click with him.
Band 2, 3, 4, Orch. 3, 4g Choir 3, 4, Music Festival 2, 3,
4g Junior Prom Committee, Bowling 4.
JOHN HOWARD RAMSEY
Johnny loves eating and hanging out with the gang at the
YMCA. He likes sports and all baseball teams except
IDRIS LEONARD ROBERTS
Farmer is the man with a crew-cut, 35 Olds, and a mania
for pin-ball machines. Quiet in public-just watch him
with his close friends.
Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4g Chess
Club 43 Cross Country 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 2, 3g J. V. Baseball 2.
THoMAs CHARLES RoBERTs
'Tom admits his special interest is Roosevelt Avenue, but
he enjoys riding around in his Olds and eating hamburgers.
Senior Expression Recitalg Baseball 3, Varsity 4g Student
Council 4, Senior Ball Committee, Junior Prom Com-
mitteeg Sophomore Hop Committee.
ROBERT LOUIS ROCKWELL
Our Bing Crosby, Rocky will go far with his music. He
enjoys eating and sleeping. What's the attraction at
Choir 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 4g Octet 4, Dance Band 4g Music
Festival 2, 3, 4g All-State 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 4g Senior Re-
citalg Gym Exh. 2, 3, 4.
MAXINE BARBARA ROSENSTEIN
The girl who makes a hit with her good grooming and
friendly smile is our Mack. She enjoys pizza and dancing
but dislikes school.
Cap and Gown Committee, Senior Ball Committeeg Service
Club 4g Library Staff 25 Junior Prom Committee.
JOYCE ANN ROVELL
A talented miss, Joyce will go far with her educated feet.
The Charleston, music, good grooming and nice dancers
rate high with her.
Service Club 4g J. V. Cheerleader 3, 45 Talent Show 3, 43
Senior Ball Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Red and
Black Ad Staffg Senior Ball Program Committee.
MARCIA ANNE RUSSELL
South Carolina's gift to G. F. H. S., Marsh is a sweet miss
who likes reading, swimming, and loafing. Her pet peeue
is thati8:I5 hell.
Northern Star 4, Science Club 4g Senior Pageant Com-
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PETER BURNS RUSSELL
Shagg is a newcomer to G. F. H. S. in his senior year, hail-
ing from South Carolina. He is interested in music-and
tinkering with cars. Our only regret is that he didn't come
Student Council 4.
GUIDO ORLANDO SASSONE
Sass goes in for night life and sleeping late. He spends
most of his time with the boys and eating pizza.
Service Club 4.
4 ANNA ELIZABETH SCHMIDT
Schmitty's main interests are sports and music. An ability
to make and fix articles is Schmitty's forte. Spaghetti and
pizza are her favorite foods.
GAC 3, 43 Band 2, 3, Gym Exh. 3, 43 Camera Club 4g
FHA 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Field Hockey 2, Bowling
2g Play Day 3, 4.
ROBERT EDWARD SEELEY
Bolfs ability on the stage as well as the playing field
makes him well-known to all of us. His great sense of
humor makes him popular with everyone. W hy the dis-
like for bleachers, Bob?
Jayvee Football 35 Jayvee Track 2, Varsity 3, 4g Senior
Play Castg Bowling 3, 4, Varsity-G Club 4g Patrons'
Evening Playg Gym Exh. 2, 3.
EDWARD PALMER SHAW
Our friendly, happy-go-lucky Ed enjoys camping, hunting
and a good time with the boys. He strongly dislikes dun-
garees on girls but has a special interest in Lila and auto-
Service Club 4g Machinist Club 4g Poster Contest Winner 4.
WILLIAM J osEPH SHEPARD
Bill likes all sports and good food. He is enthusiastic about
fishing and camping.
Service Club 4.
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ELIZABETH JANE SHOUPE
Libby, our quiet little miss who always has a friendly hello
for everyone, dislikes getting up in the morning. Her
weekends seem to be well occupied!
French Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Red and Black Staff3
Honor Society 43 Northern Star Staff 23 Senior Play Castg
Senior Pgt. Writing Committee3 Choir 2, 3, 43 GAC 2.
WILLIAM JOHN SKELLIE
Bill, who likes hot-rod Fords and square dancing, finds
little difficulty in spending his spare moments taking life
easy and having a good time.
BARBARA ELLEN SMITH
Barb, our pretty Prom attendant, is a whiz on roller skates
and is one of Brennan's loyal patrons. Her frinedly man-
ner makes her a welcome addition to any class.
Orch. 2, 3, 43 Student Council 83 Junior Prom Attendantg
Red and Black Staffg Library Staff 43 CAC 3, 4g Gym
Exh. 2, 33 Music Festival 2, 3, 4.
STANLEY DUANE SMITH
Smitty, our future mechanic, spends his idle time tinkering
with cars and challfing up at the pool parlor. His good
nature and quiet disposition make him a favorite of the
GORDON CHURCHILL STOCKMAN
If Gordie isn't sleeping, you'll probably find him enjoyin
his favorite pastimes-hunting, fishing, and model airplan
building. He looks forward to payday and summer vac:
tion with enthusiasm.
JOHN WILLIAM STREETER
Bill, the Gene Autry of G. F. H. S., can either be foun
at Brennan's or playing his guitar in 110. Everyone wh
knows John thinks he is tops.
J. V. Track 2, Varsity 3, 43 Varsity Cross Country 3g Ji
Red Cross 3g Patrons, Play Cast 43 Senior Play Cast
Varsity-C Club 3, 4g Service Club 43 Outing Club 4.
o dem oldl KATHLEEN VIOLA SULLIVAN
Kaki likes people in general, those with a good laugh 1
particular. Since she is so short, her pet peeve is tryin
to use the mirror in the 110 cloakroom.
Choir 2, 4g Service Club 43 Library Staff 4g Gym Exh. 2
Senior Ball Committe-e3 ,Junior Prom Committeeg Cap an
Gown COmmittee3 Patrons' Evening Committeeg Senic
Our future newspaper reporter has a liking for skiing, pizz
and bananas, and listening to Nat King Cole.
Drama Night CHSIQ Senior Play Castg German Club 3, 4.
French Club 4g GAC 3, 43 Forum Club 2, 3g Norther
Star Editor-in-Chief 4423 School Corres. 2, 3, 43 Gyx
ANN HAWLEY THIBODEAU
Pretty Tib likes dancing and parties and is noted for h
cheery smile and ability to make friends.
French Club 2, 3, President 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Drama Nigi
3g Junior Prom Attendantg Senior Recital3 Band 2, 3, 1
Student Council 2, Secretary 3, 43 Red and Black Staf
Dramatics Club 3, 4g GAC 2, 3, 4.
AUDREY CAROLE THOMAS
Known for her sparkling personality, Audrey centers h
attentions around a certain part of the UQ S. Army an
practical experiences in child psychology.
Northern Star 2, Editor-in-Chief 4-lg Art Club 23 Scient
Club Secretary 43 Student Council 2, 33 Junior Pro
Attendant3 Patrons' Evening Play 4.
MARY Jo TIDMARSH
riendliness, humor, and good marks are characteristic of
ur Jody. She likes music, good times, and reading.
ed and Black Staff, Honor Society 3. Secretary 4, Chair-
an Junior Ring Committee, DAR Award, French Club
P, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Science Fair Prize 2, Art Club Secre-
tary 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4. '
EUGENE WILLIAM VARNEY
Teeny, our football hero, will always be remembered for
his antics during Senior Class meetings. He appreciates a
good joke and can't resist spending money.
Outing Club President 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity
Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity-G Club 3, 4, Bowling 4, Senior
MARY LOU VAUGHN
Mary Lou likes outdoor sports, especially swimming. Her
favorite food is spaghetti, collecting post cards is her
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, FHA 4, Northern Star Staff 4,
Senior Ball Committee, Oratorical Contest.
ROSEMARY MONICA WALLEN
Rosemary, who is known by all for her contagious giggle,
enjoys sleeping and snapping gum. Boys must reach the
six-foot mark if they are to be considered on her list!
GAC 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, Science Club 4, Orch. 2, 3, 4,
All-State 2, 3, 4, Red and Black Staff, Senior Play Staff,
Pageant Committee, Playday 4, Junior Red Cross 3.
CLARA BELLE WILBUR
Clair, our little blonde lass, divides her time between the
piano keyboard and the science lab.
Science Club 2, 4, German Club 2, Art Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4,
Drama Night Cast 4, Senior Recital Cast, Senior Choir
Accompanist 4, Octect 4, All-State 2, 3, 4, Second Prize
Albany Science Fair.
SALLY JULIA WILLARD
Sally, who likes pets, driving, and receiving mail, spends
her leisure time reading. This quiet miss always has a
cheery hello for everyone.
Library 2, 3, 4.
Mary Judith Housman
Jo Ann Karpeles
Lee St. Clair
The Juniors had a busy year! Their ring committee consisted of Betty Potts, John
Austin, Christine Carlson, Pat Clemens, and Jane Canaday. They were all pleased
with the results of the choice, 'Lucky Starf' and thrilled when their rings finally came.
They are proud of their athletes, both boys and girls, and are looking forward to a
top year in sports next year. Ardean Farber, Linda Clark, and Martha Kreiser were
Varsity cheerleaders this year. John Trumbull was elected to represent the school
in the competition with 200 other schools for the Teen-Age Summer Scholarships to
Europe this summer. Glens Falls was eligible to enter a representative because Karola
Schmidt of Berlin, Germany, attended our school last year. Lewis Kohn, Delcour
Potter, Elizabeth Potts, and Christine Carlson were selected to attend the Syracuse
University Conference and to compete as good citizens for a Syracuse Scholarship.
The Junior year was closed with a beautiful Junior Prom, the last Prom to be held
in the Junior High gymnasium.
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Several of the Sophomores have already made themselves known in the life of Senior
High School. Bill Bozzone was secretary of Student Council first semester, and second
semester Carol Hughes became secretary and ,Ray David, treasurer. The Sophomore
boys have played a large part in the' sports of the year. John Glass, Ray David,
Burnett Stillwell, Bill Chandler, and Tom Philo were on the football' squad and in
basketball Ray David, John Dehnert, Ray Davignon, Steve Kingsley, Bill Bannon,
Bill Bozzone, and Dave Snyder took their places on the team. Ray David was named
to the Northern Conference All-Star Second Team. Joann Taft and'Patty Carroll were
Varsity cheerleaders while Judy Donovan, Fay Adgate, Cele Ott, Sue Kingsley, and
Judy Watson were Jayvee cheerleaders. 4'The Best There ls" which was put on Drama
Night was played by Sophomoresf The biggest event of the Sophomore year was the
Sophomore Hop-'4Blue lVloon.', A large moon, a blue cloth backdrop, a wishing
well, and a park bench surrounded by a stone wall figured in the decorations. Don
Lombardi and his Band furnished the music. , W ' '
Not pictured: David Deihl, David Fields, Charles Hughes, Jean Lozo, Gerald Morrissey, Mitchell
Monsour, Grant Parks, Barbara Trackey, John Wiles.
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Our HAlma Mater" is located in one of the most beautiful parts of the Adirondacks
with Lake George almost at our doorstep. Here we went to swim after a hot fall day
at school, here was the scene of our school picnics, here many of us have second
homes. In the month of June most of our club affairs and activities were ended with
parties and picnics at this lake that is such an intimate part of our memories of our
Susan discussing the ad picture schedule with
Ben Sheehan, 753, our Red and Black student
Miss Gahimer and Pete trying to solve a prob-
lem in layout.
Pete with assistant editors David Cohen,
George Busher, Carl Carlton, Robert Evans,
Nancy Brown, Joan Bosworth, Shirley Mc-
Pherson, and Lila Hay checking those endless
Sandi DeGarmo and Tom Roberts with David
and Patricia Hickey looking over circulation
figures and the budget.
Mary Jo Tidmarsh checking the photography
schedule with Phyllis. Not pictured: Robert
Rockwell, Ann Thibodeau.
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Miss Helen S. Gahimer
Mary Lou Maynard
ROCKWOOD STUDIO: Senior individuals, faculty, Board, club groups, choirs, queen.
SMITH STUDIO: Junior and Sophomore individuals, class officers, dramatics, music, opening
pages, Honor Society, and pp. 7, 50, 51, 52, 62, 63, 67, 70, 80, 81, 87, 89, 95, 118, 119.
BEN SHEEHAN '53: Candids in advertising section, candids pp. 9, 54, 55, 67, 88, 114, 115.
BERNIE DEGNAN: Sports.
RICHARD K. DEAN: pp. 49, 77.
TYPING STAFF--flefthand picturel Christie Flint, Gail Parker, Carolyn Dube, Mary Lou, Mary
Jane Matteson, Ruth Myhrberg, Ruby Dunn. Not pictured: Anne Putnam,
AD STAFF-trighthand picture? First row: Elizabeth Shoupe, Albert Beswick, ,Iohn Hulsebosch,
Russell O,Conn0r, Harlan Cutshall, Valerie McKinney, Vivian Gauthier. Second row: Arlene
Koziol, Fay Akins, Ruth Clink, Patricia Comar, Patricia Grimes, Ann Fish, Sally Plue, Elizabeth
Lashway. Third row: Wilma Durkee, Patricia Dickinson, Barbara Lawson, Constance Craytor, Ann
Casey, Nancy Axtell, ,Ioan Carswell.
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Van Der Voort. Fay Akins. Carolyn Dube, Patricia Hickey. MHUCSOIL Shirley M0Phf?1'50U- Valerie MCKHIHCY 5h1f19Y
Rosemary Wallen. Ann Casey. Chandler, Sandi DeCarmo, Phyllis Murray.
UMR. PRESIDENT . . ."
The Commencement Pageant
Two seniors, visiting a museum, are accidentally locked in the wing where historical
costumes worn by wives of the Presidents are being displayed. Represented by wax
figures are wives of many Presidents including George Washington, John Quincy
Adams, ,lames Madison, Abraham Lincoln, U. S. Grant, Theodore Roosevelt, Wood-
row Wilson, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. When the wax figures come to life and discuss
their famous husbands, tableaux depict famous incidents in the Presidents' lives.
Eavesdropping, the seniors come to see how the choice of a President can influence
our country for good or bad and decide to get better acquainted with the qualifications
of all Presidential candidates. The final tableau shows two seniors confronted by all
the candidates for the 1952 Presidential nomination.
First row, left to right: Elaine Task, Sandra Task, Clara Wilbur, James Mellom. Second row:
Grant Parks, Edward Baker, David Grant, Judy Donovan, Kathryn Cullings, Dorothy Roethke.
Beverly Bentley. Third row: Howard Allen, Barbara Marrs, Peter Anderson, Joann Taft, John
Austin, John Trumbull, Mr. Brown, Richard McCarthy, Jane Canaday, Paula Abel, William Doane.
Not pictured: David Benedict.
Advisor ...., ttt,t. R aymond E. Brown
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The Glens Falls Ski Club, inactive since the war, was reorganized this fall under the
sponsorship of Mr. Raymond Brown. The Club took three bus trips to North Creek
with a minimum of injury to its members. The skis, however, did not fare so Welle
the record was three skis broken and a half-dozen poles. John Trumbull and Jane
Canaday were in charge of securing the busses, which left at nine o'clock for the hour's
trip to Gore Mountain. Members took their lunches and bought ice cream and soft
drinks at the canteen. The return trip was made at four-o'clock. There was plenty of
singing and joking and a general good time going up but coming back was always a
quieter trip with everyone nursing his sore spots and resting.
First row, left to right: Ann Fish, Fay Akins, Nancy Brown, David Perkett, Miss Renner, Ann
Thibodeau, Christine Carlson, Ruth Clink. Second row: lane Canaday, .loan Carswell, Constance
Craytor, Joan Bosworth, Nancy Axtell, Patricia Clemens, Sandra Aronson, Theresa Carusone.
Third row: Kathryn Cullings, Linda Clark, Margaret Fuss, Frank Beaty, Howard Allen, Michael
Bassock, Ardean Farber, Wilma Durkee.
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A varied program of activities has kept French Club members busy this year. The club
presented an assembly program in February which included a Guignol LFrench puppet
showj entitled NL 'Amour vainc tout" 1Love Conquers Allj. uTout va tres bien,
Madame la Marquise," a duet sung in French by Dale Whitney and John Trumbull,
a suitably garbed male chorus singing "The Man I Lovew in French, a solo in French,
uSomeone to Watch Over Mefi sung by Fay Akinsg and a tableau depicting France's
various contributions to the world. Valerie McKinney and Ann Fish were narrators
of the tableau. Literature, Art, Music, Science, Peasants, Robert Schuman, Joan of
Arc, Marianne, were portrayed by Frank Beaty, Robert Mock, Stephen Gubitz, Allan
Stephenson, Cynthia Mattice, and Thomas Hulburt, Russell O'Connor, Christine Carl-
son, and Elizabeth Potts. The tableau was concluded by members of the club singing
"The Marseillaisen behind the curtain.
Perkett and Mary Jo for the Guignol
Puppets dressed by Mary ,lo Tidmarsh
are operated by Howard Allen, David
David Perkett, Lewis Kohn, John Trum-
bull, Michael Bassock, and Delcour Pot-
ter sing a barbershop rendition of '4Mon
Programs and entertainment for club meetings have included movies of France, French
bingo, group and individual singing of French songs. Robert Hungerford played out-
standing compositions of French masters on the piano. During the year the club
purchased gold and silver club pins, sent a CARE package to a French orphanage,
and provided for giving two prizes at the end of the year-310 to the student doing
the best work during three years of French and 35 to the student maintaining the best
marks during two years of French. Money was also pledged for our Teen-age Am-
bassador who is going abroad this summer. Social highlight of the year is the banquet
First row, left to right: Elizabeth Shoupe, Arlene Koziol, Francine Cavagan, Sandra Task, ,lane
Van Dusen, Barbara Lawson, Lila Hay, .loan Goetz. Second row: Dale Whitney, Harrie Rote-
Rosen, Elaine Task, Cynthia Mattice, Shirley McPherson, Mary Jo Tidmarsh, Elizabeth Potts,
Valerie McKinney. Third row: Stephen Gubitz, Jay Whitney, Lewis Kohn, Cary Lance, Allan
Stephenson, Russell O'Connor, Robert Mock, Thomas Hulbert, Delcour Potter. Not pictured: Robert
Hungerford, Norman Kilfoyle, John Trumbull.
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First row, left to right: Theresa Carusone, Sandra Aronson, David Robertson, John Austin,
Nicholas George. Second row: William Alexander, Patricia Durant, Kathryn Cullings, Marion
Goodrich, Mrs. Stark, Barbara O'Connor, William Crawshaw, Marcia Russell, Robert Niles, Lee
St. Clair, Elizabeth Shoupe, Gary Lance, Barbara Falkenbury.
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Advisor .,... ,.,... M rs. Muriel Rosebrook Stark
President ...,.....l-ws - .........,..,, Marion Goodrich Secretary .,,,. ,,,lr..,,....... J ohn Austin
Vice President. .-,,.v ,...,... N icholas George Treasurer .,... ,,,r,,,, D avid Robertson
Microphone technique and aspects of radio broadcasting were taught at the meetings
of this newly organized club. A gay satire, uGenerations of Cherubimf' by Claire
Taylor was presented as a 15-minute broadcast over WWSG in behalf of the Senior
High School P. T. A. The cast included: Narrator, John Austin, The boy, Gary Lance,
Doctor, William Alexanderg Mother, Theresa Carusoneg Psychiatrist, John Trurnbullg
Parent, Marion Goodrichg Joan, Elizabeth Shoupeg Young girls, Kathryn Cullings
and Sandra Aronsong Engineer, Nicholas George, Announcer, Lee St. Claireg Sound
effects, Robert Niles and William Crawshaw.
First row, left to right: Russell O'Connor. Mr. Happy. Mr. llrown. Albert Beswick, David Perkett.
Second row: Beverly Bentley. Susan Peet. Mary juclith Housman. ,ioan Goetz. Charlotte Hali.
Patricia Clemens, Patricia Falkenbury, Nlarlenc, Van Benthuysr-n. Phyllis Murray. Third rows:
Barbara Falkenhury. Marian Goodrich, Belle Dolan. Sandi Dcliarnio. Jane Canaday.
Advisors ...... ,,tit . .Kenneth F. Happy
Raymond F.. Brown
Pf6Sid6f1Z ff... ...... . Albert Beswick Vice President ................ ,, ,..... Russell O'Connor
Secretary-Treasurer ..., ,..,.David Perkett
Such subjects as Universal Military Training, the candidates of the coming presi-
dential election, the Shuman Plan, and N. A. T. O. have been featured at the monthly
meetings of the Forum Club. Members have also attended the area conferences on
international Relations which were held this year at Hudson, South Glens Falls, and
Coach and Advisor-Miss Marion
M. E. Broadbent
Our high school Quiz Team won secone
place in the competition among 18 area
high schools. Only Salem Central Schoo
with a final score of 171 topped th
Glens Falls score of 162. Glens Falls
the first and last school to appear on th
WWSC Thursday night radio series
beat Ft. Ann 77-60 and Whitehall, 85
70. Members were chosen on the basi
of a competitive examination. The tear
was composed of seniors Shirley Mc
Pherson, Susan Peet, and Albert Bes
wick, and junior John Austin, with fou
Left to right: John Austin, Miss Marion Broadbent, Advisor, David Perkett,
Shirley McPherson. Patricia Hickey. Clarence Whitney. Susan Peet, Albert
Beswick. Not pictured: John Trumbull.
Advisor ..,.... . . ,.............. ...... ,,..... B a sil S. Dwyer
President .,.. ....... P eter Whitten Secretary .1.... ...... ....... C ll arles Lapham
Elimination Tourneys and Round-robin matches determine the "top ten meni' of the
year. Chess Club meets with the purpose of teaching the game to beginners, as well
as furthering the finesse of an accomplished player. The more accomplished players
have the thrill of matching wits with the City Chess Club and with teams from nearby
i .. 1
First row, left to right: Clar-
ence Whitney, Charles Lap-
ham, Mr. Dwyer, David Rob-
ertson, David Snyder, Nor-
man Block. Second row: Dale
Granger, David McKinney,
David Fields, ldris Roberts,
Robert Rockwell, Fred Guay,
Ernest Gates, Ronald Sher-
man, Thomas Mahar. Third
row: David Perkett, David
Bartlett. Not pictured: Peter
Whitten, William Jones, Fred
i v . ,.zsg-sa ,--.
First row, left to right: Christine Carl-
son, Sandra Task, Heidi Tratt, Linda
Clark, Sandra Aronson, Kathryn Cul-
lings, Dale Whitney. Second row: Joan
Hickey, Lucille Ott, David Grant, Clar-
ence Whitney, Mr. Whitney, Richard
Cleghorn, Carol Johnson, Thomas Hul-
bert, Paula Abel, Wilma Durkee. Not
pictured: Robert Hungerford, Eliza-
beth Potts, Jane Van Dusen.
Advisor l,,,....t,,,....,,,,,t...... .,...,.,.. M aurice C. Whitney
President ,,........,.... ...,,...... R ichard Cleghorn Secretary ,,,,,...,,,,.....,,....., ,,...,,, R obert Hungerford
Vice President ..,..,,.,......,,,l....,....,.,,l. Sandra Aronson Treasurer ...,,,,...,,,.,....,,..l..,,,......,.,,,,,,... Dale Whitney
The Record Club has had ten meetings, each in charge of two of the members and
each representing a different aspect of the development of music. Typical programs
included "Music for the Pianof, '4Ballet Musicfi 6'Program Music and Absolute
Musicf' and "Music of the Baroque Periodf' Each program was illustrated with re-
cordings and many of them also included alive" music performances.
Advisor ......,...........,,.,,....,...,.,,,,,,.,... Harold M. Long
President ..... ,.-g...,A........ 5 andra Aronson Vice President t,t.......t,tlt,..,. ,t.,.. M ar1on Goodrich
Secretary-Treasurer ,,,.......,,,,..,...,, Christine Carlson
ACTIVITIES: Radio programs for Crandall Library and the P. T. A., lnterscholastic
Radio Forums, Speaking Contest sponsored by the First National Bank, and the
American Legion Oratorical Contest in which Nicholas George reached the county
Left to right: Valerie McKinney. Linda
Clark, Patricia Clemens, Mr. Long,
Sandra Aronson, Marion Goodrich. Ann
Fish, Nicholas George, John Austin,
Patricia Grimes, Christine Carlson. Not
pictured: David Barry, Leslie Klein.
First row, left to right: Martha Dorlon, Lester King, Mr. Happy, Harlan Cutshall, Henry Heym,
Ben Sheehan. Second row: Patricia Dickinson. Sandi DeGarmo, Mary Porter, Janice Thorne, Janice
Shappy, Nancy Bentley, Eva Norman, Anna Schmidt, Sadie Dudley, Patricia Carpenter. Third
row: Charles Herrington, David Engwer. Madera Clark, Patricia Comar. Not pictured: Charles
Advisor ,,,,,, .,,.,,,, K enneth F. Happy
President .,,,.... Lester King Vice President ,,.,,, ,.,,.,.. H arlan Cutshall
Secretary-Treasurer ,r,. .t,.,,. M artha Dorlon
For the novice in photography the Camera Club offered instruction in selecting a
camera, taking a picture, and developing and printing pictures-creating an absorb-
ing hobby. For the more experienced photographer, the club afforded opportunity
for shared experiences, new information, and increased skills-profitable fun. Ben
Sheehan has been the student photographer for the '4Red and Black" for the past
two years. The pictures in the advertising section, the Senior Day election pictures,
and many others throughout the book this year were taken by Ben with the Red
and Black camera.
Advisor ,...,, ,,,, , .Howard E. Grout
Iresuient W ,,,,,7, Y,,Y7,,, .,,,,,.M,,,..,,,,,,7 E u gene Varney Corresponding Secretary ,,,,, , ,,,7,7 ,Charlotte Hall
Vice Ireszdent and Treasurer ,,,,.777 Patricia Durant Recording Secretary ,..w..... ....A,, H uth Forbes
lndividual members of the Outing Club have a wide range of interests, including
cycling, hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking. A hike of six miles around Butler
Reservoir was taken in the early fall. The second hike was at the Pack Forest where
members were guests of the Queensbury School science class and the Syracuse School
of Forestry. Murray Crannell, Game Protector, pointed out a porcupine, deer tracks,
and beaver dams. The Forest Fire Protection System was explained by Fred Wheeler,
Conservation Fire Warden. Clifford Foster, Superintendent of the Pack Forest, ex-
plained the system of planned cutting of lumber, and forest conservation. The third
hike combined with the Science Club for a geology trip, led by Elmer Rowley, local
geologist, who explained many of the local geological specimens.
First row. left to right: Robert Rockwell, Mr. Crout, Eugene Varney. Patricia Durant. Charlotte
Hall, Ruth Forbes. Second row: Ric-liartl McCarthy, Robert McKinney. Edgar Baker, Dale
Granger, Jacqueline Eckhart, Nancy Bentley, Maclora Clark, Barbara Harrington, James Melloni,
Theodore Hawkins. Third row: Charles Herrington. Henry Heym, William Crawshaw. David Fields.
Not pictured: Barbara Clode.
First row, left to right: Mary Porter, Ronald Jeckel, John Glass, Joan Hickey, Marilyn Lazarus.
Carol Clossay, Madora Clark, William Alexanderii, Walter Reichert? Lewis Kohni, John Trum-
bullii, Peter Madisonii, Nancy Ernst"'. Second row: Mary Lou Meron, Theresa Lemery, Barton
Cohen, June Hunter, Jean Lyke, Judy Ruggles, Dorothy Roethke, Sandra Taskii, Archie Runnallsjk,
Lee St. Clairi, Barbara Harrington? Third row: William Prescott, Janice Thorne, Gail Rourke,
Virginia Hill, Phyllis Anderson, Susan Kingsley, Nancy Rozell, Judy Donovan, Fay Adgate, Joan
0'C0nnor, Betsy Dickinson, Eileen Cohen.
Mrs. Muriel Rosebrook Stark John L. Van Der Voort
Presldent ,,,,,,,,, - ,.,,.., Carol Hughes Secretary ...,,, .,,,.,,, M ary Lou Meron
Vzce President ,..., ..,...., R onald Jeckel Treasurer ,,,,.,,,,,,, Mary Porter
Executive Board: Officers and Marilyn Lazarus,
John Glass, Joan Hickey
Organized for the first time into their own club, the sophomores had a lively program
of dramatic activities. The highlight was the presentation of the drama HThe Best
There ls" as the sophomore part of Drama Night. Sophomores also appeared in
'LFeudin' Mountain Boysv on the same occasion. Carol Hughes was the student director
for "The Best There ls." Club meetings featured charades, quiz programs, musical
numbers, skits, moving pictures, and the study of makeup. The year concluded with a
banquet of the combined dramatics clubs.
First row, left to right: Peck Buckley, Nicholas George, William Crawshaw, Robert Niles, Paul
Lange, Michael Bassock, Gary Lance, Jay Whitney, Marion Goodrich, Marlene Van Benthuysen,
Christine Carlson, David Benedict. Second row: Carol Hughesii, Barbara Falkenbury, Patricia
Grimes, Francine Gavagan. Mrs. Stark, Mr. Van Der Voort, Mary Judith Housman, Linda Clark,
Jane Van Dusen, ,Ioan Goetz, Kathryn Cullings, John Austin. Third row: Joan Wallace, Barbara
O'C0nnor, Jane Mallalieu, Wendy Sherman, Beverly Bentley, Delcour Potter, Mary Jane Ticlman,
Charlotte Hall, Theresa Carusone, Joan Farrell, Margaret Fuss, ,lane Canaday. Ui Soph Stagerl
Mrs. Muriel Rosebrook Stark John L. Van Der Voort
President .,,. . ,. ......,. Marlene Van Benthuysen Secretary i ,..,. . Christine Carlson
Vice President G. , ...,,...... ,, ,... David Benedict Treasurer ..... .. .... John Austin
Executive Board-William Alexander, Kathryn Cullings, Joan Goetz, Marion Good-
rich, Gary Lance, Paul Lange, Phyllis Murray. Dale Whitney, Jane Van Dusen.
Club meetings are in charge of the officers and the executive board of director. This
group presented HCommand Performance" with Mary Judith Housman as student
director and MFeudin, Mountain Boys" with Jane Canaday as student director on
Drama Night. The quality and variety of the HDrama Night" program offered this
year drew a crowd that filled the auditorium to capacity and for the first time late
comers found "Standing Room Only." The combined clubs conrtihuted S50 to the
Teen-age Summer Scholarship Fund.
First row, left to right: Shirley Turner, Kathleen Sullivan.
Ann Putnam, Vivian Gauthier, Joyce Rovell, Martha Bols-
ter. Second row: Mr. Robinson, Donna Currier, Phyllis
Anderson, Carol Brilling, Alice Collier. Monica Vincent,
Mr. Long. Third row: Charles Kilmer. Karl Lashway, Wil-
liam Hance, Donald Wallace, William Shepard, Harold
Clarke. Fourth row: Rene Miner, Barbara Kilmer, Dorothy
Skellie, Lillian LaFoy, Joseph Williams. Fifth row: Ray-
mond Lunt, Donald Robichaud, Robert O. Blake, Charles
Webster. Sixth row: John,Streeter, Robert Burrows, Rob-
ert N. Blake, Allen Blake. Seventh row: Edward Shaw,
Sterling Miller, Robert West, Guido Sassone, Earl Philo.
Not pictured: ,lack Arberger, Arthur Aronson, Cecil Clute,
Janet Duell, Benjamin Jenkins, John Trumbull.
Harold Long Walter H. Robinson
' FIRST SEMESTER
President -,e,,, ,,...,,. E lizabethBannon Vice President ...... ...... D onna Currier
secretary ,,,,,, .,... Q .Robert N. Blake
President ............ ....... J oseph Williams Recording Secretary ........ ........ A nne Putnam
Vice President ..... ......... W illiam Hance Attendance Secretary ....... ....... J oyce Rovell
Treasurer ..... ....... D onna Currier
Each member of the Service Club uses a free period in the week in which to take care
of office routine, help in the bookroom, find absentees from clubs, run errands for
teachers, show visitors around the school, set up the motion picture projector and
recording machine, and to perform many other useful tasks around the school. This
new club has made a hit.
Howard E. Grout
David Grant William Crawshaw
David Perkett Herbert Hart
The Fire Squad, organized to help the school and
city in event of an atomic attack, has studied types
of fires and extinguishers to be used, location of
school fire equipment, atomic theory and bomb
destruction, use of the Geiger counter. They have
been aided by Captain Elliott Eldridge of the Ridge
Street Firehouse. The squad is incorporated in the
Glens Falls Civil Defense organization. Several
members participated as a Radiological Defense
Team at the Schenectady mock atomic raid in
First row, left to right: M. Carusone, J. Mellom, W. Pres-
cott, D. Snyder. Second row: Mr. Grout, R. Kirkpatrick,
D. Grant, H. Hart, W. Foster, A. Maxon. Third row: R.
Bayle, R. Jeckel, L. Kohn, W. Bozzone, T. Hulbert. Fourth
row: R. Niles, W. Crawshaw, D. Steele, D. Perkett. Not
pictured: R. David. R. Remington.
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Advisor ....,. ,.....,, M iss Zola Jones
President .....,,,.. ..........,. S ally Plue Secretary ..... ..i. . . ...... .Elaine Murphy
Vice President ,,.. ......c,, I anet Keech Treasurer ..... ...,.,Elizabeth Lashway
ACTIVITIES--Hostesses to the Eastern District F. H. A. meeting. Enrollment with
the state and national F. H. A. Christmas caroling at the Old Ladies Home. Making
scrapbooks for nursing homes. Learning skills such as knitting and crocheting. Group
preparation of a Spaghetti Dinner and study of table settings and table maners.
First row, left to right: Kay Grattan, Arlene Bosley, Mar-
tha Bolster. Secondrow: Miss Jones, Elizabeth Lashway,
Sally Plue, Elaine Murphy, Janet Keech. Third row: Ruth
Myhrberg, Barbara Gallow, Muriel Hartman, Elaine Mon-
sour, Edna Hutchinson, Barbara Kilmer, Dolores Williams.
Not pictured: Anna Schmidt, Mary Lou Vaughn, Joan
King, Mary Lou Hay, Gloria Gardner, Carol Mark, ,loyce
First row, left to right: Sandra Task, Patricia Durant, Theresa Carusone, Valerie McKinney, Jane
Canaday, Patricia Clemens, Joan Goetz. Second row: Ann Fish, Miss Jones, ,Ioan Bosworth,
Kathryn Cullings, Patricia Hickey, Lila Hay, Susan Peet, Clara Wilbur, Elizabeth Shoupe. Third
row: Phyllis Murray, Shirley McPherson, Sandi l9eGarmo, Christine Carlson, Linda Clark, Ann
Thibodeau, Nancy Brown, Barbara Lawson, Paula Abel, Mary Jo Tidmarsh. Not pictured: Miss
Cornell, Marion Goodrich, Heidi Tratt.
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Ad'UiSOTS .ffff ,......,,. M iss Zola Jones
Miss Betty Cornell
P76-Sldefbl .,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, J oan Bosworth Secretary .,... Kathryn Cullings
Vice President ,.,r,,,.,ccr Lila Hay Treasurer cc,, Susan Peet
Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,,c cc.,,c, P atricia Hickey
This has been an important year for Hi-Y, one of the most active service organizations
in the school. They established a new 4'point" system for.filling their membership
quota, sponsored the Student Mixer on September 29, made favors for the hospital
at Christmas, conducted the Spinster Swing on March 21 with the theme, MGarden
in the Rain," to raise money for their college scholarship fund, sold cokes and frosticks
at the basketball games, gave S100 to the Teen-age Summer Scholarship Fund, donated
money to the National Foundation for lnfantile Paralysis, and to the Heart Fund,
Cancer Fund, and Aid to the Blind.
lane Canaday was elected a representative to the Northern Council and Kathryn
Cullings was made Chaplain of the Northeastern District at the Northern New York
Area Assembly at Johnstown in November. Members also attended the Assembly
in Albany in December and the Hi-Y Playday in Schenectady in February.
Led by the officers, members
form for the Grand March
at the end of the candlelight
ceremony February 29.
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Advisor ..7.,.,,7,,,,,,,,.,,.,, ,,.,,,,, M iss Nola Wentworth
President ..,,,,,,, ........,s7 A lbert Beswick Secretary ,,,,,,,, .. ,,,,,, , . ,Mary Io Tidmarsh
Vzce President ,,,,... ,.,...,.,,7,,,,,, D avid Perkett Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, ,,.,,,,,, S usan Peet
Clerk ,,,,,,,,Y,..,.....,,,,,,.7,,,,,,,,,,,,,7,. Mary Lou Maynard
The five officers of the Glens Falls Chapter of the National Honor Society were ad-
mitted to membership in their junior year. Ten'additional seniors and eight juniors
were inducted in September and February. Using Character, Scholarship, Leadership,
and Service as a basis, seniors are tapped for membership three times during the year
-in September, February, and June. They must maintain an average of 85 or better.
Juniors are tapped only in February and must maintain averages of 90 or above. The
pins given to new members are a gift of the P. T. A. The charter for the Glens Falls
Chapter of the National Honor Society was presented on March 3, 1950.
First row, left to right: Mary Lou Maynard, David Perkett, Albert Beswick, Miss Wentworth
Susan Peet, Mary ,lo Tidmarsh, Phyllis Murray. Second row: Carole Dunn, Ruth Myhrberg
Kathryn Cullings, Patricia Clemens, John Austin, Dale Whitney, David Benedict, Carl Carlton
.lane Canaday, Sandra Aronson.
Patricia Hickey, .loan Bosworth, Shirley McPherson, Barbara Lawson, Elizabeth Shoupe. Trird row:
Planning a candy sale. Front row, left to right: Arlene
Koziol, Francine Gavagan, Barbara Callow, Ann Fish,
.lean Lozo, Theresa Lemery. Second row: Lila Hay, Dar-
lene Gray, Kay Maynard, Mary ,lo Tidmarsh.
Planning the club program. First row, left to right: Donna
Currier, Mrs. Duell, Shirley McPherson, Cynthia Mattice,
Miss Vroman, Fay Akins. Second row: Martha Bolster,
Martha Barlow, Alice Collier, Shirley Chandler, Ruth
Advisors ,,,,, ,,t.,,lVliss Laura E. Vroman
Mrs. Nell P. Duell
President M ,,,tt,rr ,,,tt , ,t,,,,,,t E lizabeth Bannon
Vice President ,,,,,, W ,,,, Shirley McPherson
Secretary .,..V...,,,...t ,..,.,,..., S hirley Chandler
Treasurer ..,.,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,.,,..,. Cynthia Mattice
Each member of this service club devotes one period
a week to work in the library as a student library
assistant. Members learn library procedures and
participate in round table discussions of books and
reading. Money for CARE packages was raised by
selling candy at noon and after school. A banquet
and picnic in June are the social highlights of their
year. Members not pictured: Elizabeth Bannon,
Irene Briggs, Janet Duell, Gloria Gardner, Virginia
Hill, Eunice White.
Compiling a reading list. Front row, left to right: Jo Ann
Wallace, Kathlef . Sullivan, Elaine Monsour, Elaine Mur-
phy, Beverly Porter. Second row: Patricia Washer, Gail
Parker, Barbara Smith, Sally Willard, Mary Lou Vaughn.
Supervisor ,,,,,,, .,.,,, E dgar Grant
Chairman ,,7,,, ..,.7...,. B en Jenkins
Left to right: Harold Hildrelh, William
Skellie, lllr. Grant. Sterling Miller, Rene
Miner. Not pictured: Charles Hodgson, Robert
Hoag, Earl Philo. Ben Jenkins.
The first few meetings of this new club were devoted to field trips to see homes in
different stages of construction. Visits were made to the Quaker Hill development
where the Allegheney prefab houses were being built, and to lVlontray Heights where
the conventional type of house was being constructed. At one of the club programs,
lVlr. Thomas Eastwood, a representative of the Northern prefab homes, gave an
illustrated lecture on their units. The club built a scale model of a home in order to
become familiar with the trade terms and sound building practices used in modern
Advisor -,,-,,., ,t..,.. lVl iss Laura E. Vroman
President ,,,,eo,,,,, e,teee F rancine Gavagan Secretary .... ..,. Darlene Gray
Vice President Y Y,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,r, ,,,, J o a n Goetz Treasurer ...t.,,,.,,,,,,t.. .t.... J ane Dullahan
Reporter ,,t,.,,,t,tt.,,.,, ,,,,,,t.,t P atricia Durant
Certain fundamentals of social usage do a great deal to ma-ke living with others pleas-
ant. The Etiquette Club has planned programs to help meet every day social situations
with self-assurance founded on a sincere regard for others. Program topics have in-
cluded tlj Living with others-family and schoolmates. 123 Meeting people-making
and acknowledging introductions. t3l Telephone manners. til Rules for dating.
Q51 Good manners in public places. l6j Table manners.
First row, left to right: Jane Dullahan, Francine Gavagan,
Miss Vroman, Joan Goetz. Darlene Gray. Second row: Kay
Maynard, Joan Farrell, Joan Guernsey, Kathryn Cullings.
Belle Dolan, Patricia Durant, Ardean Farber. Ruth Forbes.
First row, left to right: Carol Hughes, Ray-
mond David, Delcour Potter, David Cohen,
Nicholas George, Lewis Kohn, William Boz-
zone. Second row: Susan Kingsley. Martha
Bolster, Dale Whitney, Frank Beaty. Wilson
Foster, Ardean Farber, Christine Carlson. Mr.
Brown. Third row: Ronald Sherman. David
McKinney. Stephen Kingsley, Robert Bayle.
Robert Mark, Peter Russellg John Glass.
Advisor ,,..... ,,,..V, W illiam H. Brown
President ,.,,.,,,.,,. ,,,,,, D avid Cohen l, 2 Secretary .r,,.,. ,....... W illiam Bozzone l
Vice President .v,.. .,.,,.,, D elcour Potter l Carol Hughes 2
Nicholas George 2 Treasurer ,,,,,. ..........., L ewis Kohn l
Raymond David 2
Participation of the students of Glens Falls High School in the routine running of the
school and in many of the decisions which have to be made in connection with its
activities is possible through the Student Council. Busses to games, sportsmanship.
the activities ticket, the improvement of punctuality, the program of assemblies, the
appearance of the building and grounds, bicycle and traffic safety, the arrangement
of home room meetings, and the plan and policy for the new activities period all
come under the responsibility of the Student Council where the motto, HFor the Good
of the School,'7 rules.
First row, left to right: Elizabeth Potts,
Geraldine White, Frances Spector, Ann
Thibodeau, Donna Currier, Mary Lou
Meron, Patricia Clemens. Second row:
Archie Runnalls, Martha Kreiser, Mar-
garet Fuss, Joan Bosworth, Lila Hay,
Patricia Allen, John Austin. Third
row: William Prescott, Ronald Jeckel,
David Perkett, Peter Anderson, Thomas
Roberts, Peter Madison, Stephen
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First row, left to right: Belle Dolan.
Constance Craytor. Mary Jo Tidmarsh,
Joan Bush, Barbara Lawson, Lavern
Johnson, Virginia Picheo, Joan Hickey.
Second row: Mr. Paoletti, Judy Wat-
son, Ruth Forbes, Gail Parsons, .Ioan
O'Connor, Claire McCormick, Lila
Hay, Barbara Marrs. Third row: Ar-
lene Bosley, Jacquelyn Homan, Dolores
Williams, Natalie Chase. Not pictured:
Advisor .......... - ,,,4,..... ,.,,..t..... C laude Paoletti
President -.,. ,,,,,,, B arbara Lawson Secretary e.,,,,,e,,,,,MA,,,,,,, ,e,,4M,A f ,Mary JO Tidmafsh
Treasurer ..,.. , ,,,,,,, I oan Bush
Alpha Rho Tau provides creative experiences for students interested in experimenting
with art. The club enjoyed a guided tour of the Hyde collection of paintings and
sculpture. They visited the Local Artist Exhibit, a tri-county contest in which Barbara
Lawson won Honorable Mention. Members also had the unusual opportunity of being
the guests of Douglas Crockwell. They spent an afternoon in the studio of the noted
artist and gathered first-hand knowledge of how a top-notch professional artist works.
The club made posters for the polio fund drive in the school, painted self-portraits,
and worked on many individual projects.
Advisor ....,ts......v...c,.,. ,.....,.., M iss Zola Jones
President ........., ,,,,.,t G eraldine White Secretary ......,,.,,..,....c. ,,,,ee A nne Putnam
Vice President ,,,., ......., C arole Palmer Treasurer .,r.. ,,,t,tt A rdean Farber
Enrollment Drive for the Red Cross Chapter
Decoration of Christmas trees for wards of Glens Falls Hospital
Scrapbook of cartoons for nursing home
amine Zed eww
First row, left to right: Lillian LaFoy, Miss
Jones, Geraldine White, Ardean Farber,
Carole Palmer, Anne Putnam. Second row:
Dorothy Skellie, Joan King, Janet Walbridge.
Barbara Villa. Not pictured: Jane Mallalieu.
Rita Aronson. Beryl Bigelow, Ruth Austin.
Joyce Austin, Joan Guernsey. Margaret Fuss.
First row, left to right: Miss Broadbent, William Doane, Albert Beswick, David Cohen, David
Benedict, Heidi Tratt. Second row: William Prescott, Susan Peet, Claire McCormick, Martha
Kreiser, Elaine Task, Mary ,ludith Housman, Wendy Sherman. Third row: Ronald Sherman, John
Austin, Walter Reichert, John Shaw, Clarence Whitney, Albert Maxon, David Snyder, Edwin
Mazer. Not pictured: Jo Ann Karpeles, Paul Lange, Frederick Roberts, Peter Whitten.
va canada Woman
Advisor ,.,.. ...... M iss Marion M. E. Broadbent
President .,t.,,,,,,,. ....,.... . .,David Cohen Secretary .,,,, ,,,.,,, A lbert Beswick
Vice President ...... .....i,. D avid Benedict Treasurer ,,.,. ..,........ H eidi Tratt
Sergeant-at-Arms ...... ...tttt W illianl Doane
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR-Program of German Organ Music by Hugh Wilson,
Original playsg Mr. Doane's slides filmed last year in Austria and Germany, German
songs, records, movies and skitsg Group games in Germang Study of German history
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Advisor ,,,,,, . ,.,. -..Joseph K. Konczakowski
Preszdenz ,,,,,,,,A. ,,.,,, C arl Carlton Secretary ...Y., ,,,,,.. D avid Benedict
Vzce President ,,,..., .7,,.,.7 P eck Buckley Treasurer ,,,. ,,,,,,, J ohn Hulsebosch
Varsity MCP Club is three years old. Not only have pleasant relations been maintained
with other schools, but also the club has contributed to the community and the school
by large donations to the March of Dimes and to the Summer Scholarship Fund.
Varsity 'CG7' was co-sponsor of the Springfield University gymnastic team exhibition
held in the Junior High School.
First row, left to right: Delcour Potter, Walter Reichert. Robert Pincheon, John Hulsebosch. Carl
Carlton, Coach HK," David Benedict, Robert Seeley, John Streeter, Joseph Williams. Second row:
Idris Roberts, William Hanson, Lewis Kohn, William Hance, David McKinney, John Williams,
Harlan Cutshall, Peter Madison, Archie Runnalls. Third row: William Farrell. John Dehnert.
Raymond David, Fred Cuay, Willard Hunter, John Kirkpatrick, Clifford Martindale, Burnett
Stilwell, Richard Nicholson. Not pictured: Arthur Aronson, Philip Brown, Joseph Varney, Donald
Fobare, Paul Lange, John Trumbull, Eugene Varney. Alanson Wilkinson, Peter Whitten.
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JOSEPH K. KONCZAKOWSKI
BASIL S. DWYER RECINALD T. SHULTZ
CARL CARLTON JOHN HULSEBOSCH
September 22-Saratoga --,,, --,,--,, 2 5 24.
September 29-Gloversville ,,,, ,.,., 0 12
October 6-Ft. Edward ,...,,,,. ,,,,, 7 12
October 13-Whitehall ..,.., M,,,r,,, 1 2J 32
October 20-Granville ,..,....,,. ,A,,r,A- 2 6 13
October 27-Hudson Falls ...,,, ,,,,A 8 7
November 3-St. Mary's ,...,.. ,,,,,,,, 1 2 13
First row, left to right: William Jones, Carlos Bombard, Robert Christman, Carl Carltonit, John
Hulseboschii, Earl Philo, Tom Putnam. Second row: Jerry Morrissey, William Chandler, William
Farrellbi, Eugene Varneyif, Archie Runnallst, Thomas Mclntosh, Delcour Pottery, Philip Brownii.
Third row: Coach HK," John Trumbullii, Peck Buckleyx, Burnett Stilwellit, Clifford Martindale?
Charles Webster, Roger Remington, William Alexander, William Hance. Fourth row: Coach
Dwyer, Alanson Wilkinsfong, Michael Carusone, John Glass, Lewis Kohnsf, Peter Madisonii, George
Ronkanen, Walter Reichertii, Robert Pincheonm. Fifth row: Coach Shultz, Raymond Davidsf,
Richard Nicholson? Milton Berkowitz, Willard Hunter? David Benedictit, Arthur Aronsont, John
First row, left to right: William Forbes, Richard Homan, Warren Ferguson, Edward O'Donnell,
Captain, William Booth, Edward Donovan, Edward Mahh. Second row: Roland Deschambault,
Robert Bozzone, William Bennett, Willard Hunt, Peter Madison, Delcour Potter, Charles Farrell.
Third row: Coach Bosworth, Thomas Roberts, Peter Anderson, Robert Block, Roger Remington,
David Benedict, Coach Cymhalak. Fourth row: Rohert West, Manager. Paul Lauzon, Edgar Baker,
John Dehnert, Richard Scott, Peter Whitten, Charles Good, .layvee Manager.
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Coach ,...., i,,,,.,. C LIFFORD K. BOSWORTH Jayvee Coach ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.. ll IICHAEL CYMBALAK
Captain .,..,, ,........,,,, E DWARD 0'DONNELL ,Iayvee Captain , ,,,,,....,. ROBERT BLOCK
Manager ..... ,,,,...,......,,,,,,,,,, R OBERT WEST Jayvee Manager ..., .,........,, C HARLES GOOD
Northern Conference Champions
ClTY SERIES CHAMPIONS WON 14'-LOST 3
Glens Falls ,,,.,.....,. 3 South Glens Falls ..,....... 0 Glens Falls ,s,,,....... Amsterdam ,,,.,,,
12 Whitehall .
Glens Falls ..........,,
Glens Falls ........,.,, 915 St. Maryls ,,,,. ,,.,. 1 Glens Falls, South Glens Falls
Glens Falls ...,.,,,,,.. 21 Granville .,,,,t, ,,..., 4 Glens Falls Hudson Falls ,,...
Glens Falls 3 Hudson Falls .r,, ...,. 2 Glens Falls ,,......,,e, Amsterdam ,V,...
Glens Falls ..,,,,....., 8 Whitehall ,..,... ,,.,, O Glens Falls Ft. Edward .,.....,
Glens Falls ,,........,, 0 Rutland ,... ...,. 1 Glens Falls ,s,,,.,.,,,. St. Mary's
Glens Falls ,,......,,,t 21+ St. Mary's ..... ,...,,.. 3 Glens Falls ,e,,,....1.. Rutland
Glens Falls ,,,..,,,,,.. 8 Ft. Edward .,.,,,, ....,.. 0
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Coach ,,,,.....,.,,,,,,,,...., ,,,,.,.... ,,,, T H OMAS F. ALLEN
Assistant Coach ....,,.........., ,A.,....., M AURICE EDWARDS
Captain YY7,7,V.VV.. PHILIP COWAN Manager ,,,77,7,.... .,,,,A..,.....77.77 ,,..,.,, K A RL LASHWAY
Captain-elect 1952 .,,,.,.. ,,,,,., C ARL CARLTON
N othern Conference Champions 6th Straight Season
20th UNDEFEATED DUAL MEET SEASON
Northern Conference Meet-Glens Falls lst with 48 1f3. Northern Conference
Champions: 100 and 220 Varneyg 440 Adrianceg 880 Williams, Low Hurdle, Carlton,
High Jump, Kavanaugh. Dual Meets-Glens Falls 76, Granville 28, Glens Falls 56 lf3,
Saratoga 46 IX3.
Plattsburgh lnterscholastic meet--K 16 teamsj Glenns Falls 2nd, Schenectady Sports
Day-Mile relay 'team Zndg High Jump, Kavanaugh tied Zndg 2-mile relay team 3rd.
Sectional Class "B" Championship-Glens Falls 3rd. Records broken-Low Hurdles
22 Carl Carlton, 440-53, Jack Adrianceg Mile Relay-3:41, Raymond David, Carl
Carlton, Robert McLandress, Eugene Varney.
First row, left to right: William Hallenbeck, Daniel Streeter, Michael Ginsburg. Second row:
Charles Jensen, William Hansen, Harlan Cutshall, Donald Fobare, Ben Sheehan, Jerry Gottlieb,
Karl Lashway. Third row: Vincent Canale, John Hulsebosch, Richard St- Clair, William Hance,
Joseph Williams, Robert Rockwell, George Ronkanen, John Kirkpatrick, George Fish. Fourth
row: Coach Allen, Carl Carlton, Eugene Varney, Jack Adriance, Philip Cowan, Fred Kavanaugh,
John Williams, Jack Brookings, Coach Edwards. Fifth row: Arthur Mackey, John Streeter, Robert
Martindale, Robert McLandress, Raymond David, Robert Seeley.
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Coach Dwyer and his Varsity Lettermen. First row: Thomas Mahar, Gordon Barnum. Second
row: Captain Courtney Kullman, Paul Lange, and Lewis Kohn.
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Glens Falls W on the Championship Title and Trophy of the Hudson River
I nterscholastic Tennis League
8 WINS-1 LOSS
Hudson River Singles Tourney-Lewis Kohn, Runnerup
Hudson River Doubles Tourney-Lewis Kohn and Courtney Kullnian, Winners
Section II NYPHSAA Tourney-Lewis Kohn and Courtney Kullman, Runnersup
School Tourneys-School Cup Tourney won by Lewis Kohn
Intra-mural Tourney won by Michael Bassock
Coach Brown with his squad. First row, left to right: Joseph Williams, Harlan Cutshall, William
Hansen, Donald Fobare. Second row: Joseph Barney, David McKinney, Peter Whitten, John
Dehnert, Richard Scott.
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Coach ...... .,,...,,.,,.,....,... R aymond E. Brown
October 6-Cobleskill 110 schoolsj October 27-Home Meet, Gloversville
October 13-Grout Memorial Q15 schoolsl November 2-Waterford
October 20-Gloversville lnvitational L6 schoolsj November 10--Sectionals
Karl Lashway was the only veteran on the 1951 Cross Country team, and he saw
action in the first meet only due to a knee injury. The team won no meets, but with
most of the squad returning next year, the 1952 season should see a stronger and
Betty L. Cornell
Patricia Carroll, Joan Bosworth, Linda
Clark, Joann Taft, Nancy Brown,
Martha Kreiser, Ardean Farber.
Lucille Ott, Fay Adgate, Judy Donovan, Susan Kingsley, Judy Watson
LET'S GO, INDIANS!
Left to right: Joann Taft, Judy Donovan, Linda Clark, Susan Kingsley, Patricia Carroll, Fay Adgate,
Martha Kreiser, Judy Watson, Ardean Farber, Lucille Ott, Joan Bosworth, Nancy Brown.
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First row, left to right: Ann Fish, Paula Abel, Jacqueline Eckhart, Nancy Ernst, Joanne Wallace,
Dale Whitney, Ann Casey. Second row: Sandra Task, Patricia Hickey, Virginia Picheo, Phyllis
Murray, Sandi DeGarmo, Kathryn Cullings, Ruth Clink, Cynthia Mattice, Elaine Task, Geraldine
White. Third row: Carolyn Dube, Carole Dunn, Ann Thibodeau, Rosemary Walien, Joan Guernsey,
Mary Lou Maynard, Shirley McPherson, Margaret Fuss, Barbara Harrington, Shirley Chandler,
Miss Cornell, Gail Parker. Not pictured: Rita Aronson, Nancy Axtell, Beverly Bentley, Jacqueline
Boss, Joan Bosworth, Nancy Brown, Ruby Dunn, Barbara Glode, Darlene Gray, Joanne Karpeles.
Sponsor .,.....,.........,,,,,.......,.,,,,,....,..,,,,. Betty Cornell
,.---A---....--.Kail1IyH Cl1llil'1gS Secretary ,,-.--.Phyll1s Murray
Treasurer .......,,,.......,....,, ,,....,.,,,..., S andi DeGarmo
Letters will be distributed at the banquet in June to girls participating in hockey,
swimming, bowling, basketball, archery, softball and tennis. Sports Day, February 16,
included basketball, relays, and swimming competition with Warrensburg, Lake
George, Whitehall, Hudson Falls, and Ft. Edward.
First row, left to right: Belle Dolan, Natalie Chase, Barbara Villa, Patricia Clemens, Mary Jane
Matteson, Jane Canaday, Christie Flint, Patricia Comar, Lila Hay, Elizabeth Potts. Second row:
Janice Shappy, Ardean Farber, Jane Van Dusen, Phyllis Murray, Sandi DeGarmo, Kathryn
Cullings, Fay Akins, Barbara Falkenbury, Marlene Waters, Harrie Rote-Rosen. Third row: Joan
Goetz, Carole Palmer, Marion Goodrich, Betty Parker, Patricia Smith, Jacqueline Homan, Ruth
Myhrberg, Janet Walbridge, Theresa Carusone, Patricia Falkenbury, Sandra Aronson. Not pic-
tured: Arlene Koziol, Martha Kreiser, Jane Mallelieu, Kay Maynard, Susan Peet, Sally Plue, Anna
Schmidt, Elizabeth Shoupe, Barbara Smith.
William N Reexes, Director, David Perkett, Man-
ager Assistant Managers, Patricia Hickey CRec-
ordsl Susan Peet lPublicityJg Librarians, Gail
Parker, Sandra Aronson, Paula Abel, Dale Whit-
ney Carol Johnson, Jane Canadayg Quartermasters,
Thomas Hulbert David Grant.
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The highlight of the year came with the appearance of Dr. Edwin Franko Goldman as
guest conductor of the annual concert in February. This was by far the best played
Band program in the history of the school. Dr. Goldman was an inspiration to all
who came in contact with him during his brief visit and we valued his remark, 'cl like
your city very much. I like what I see here in the school, but I like best what I hearf,
FLUTE: R. Cleghorn, V. McKinney, C. Johnson, A. Farber, R. McKinney, K. Maynard. CLARI-
NET: D. Grant, S. Peet, A. Beswick, T. Hulbert, G. Lance, R. Jeckel. L. Kohn, A. Stephenson,
D. Cohen, G. White, C. Mark, J. King, R. McCarthy, W. McKinney. E. Gates, M. Beck. ALTO
CLARINET: D. Barry. RASS CLARINET: S. Aronson, E. King. OROE: D. Perkett, C. McCormick.
BASSOON: A. Fish, J. Gorman. TENOR SAXOPHONE: l. Roberts. BARITONE SAXOPHONE:
R. Rockwell. CORNET: P. Lange, W. Fair, J. Whitney. N. Brown, R. Sand, B. Cohen, A. Schmidt,
A. Thibodeau. FRENCH HORN: P. Hickey, L. Ott, G. Parker, P. Abel, P. Whitten, J. Canaday.
TROMBONE: R. Mock, P. Madison, R. Pratt, R. Irish, D. Granger. BARITONE: D. Whitney,
G. Parks. BASS: S. Gubitz, H. Schmidt, F. Ralph, B. LaPoint, W. Crawshaw. PERCUSSION:
R. Van Dusen, C. Carlson, S. Lance, D. Snyder, D. Roethke.
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P. Lange J. Whitney, B. Cohen, R. Sand, H. Hammond, A. Schmidt, R. Parsons, B. Wells, R
Hutchinson, G. Hall, J. Duers. FRENCH HORN: P. Hickey, G. Parker, P. Abel, J. Canaday, T
Adriance, P. Whitten. BARTTONE: D. Whitney, G. Parks, D. Granger. TROMBONE: R. Pratt
R. Irish, K. Van Wirt, M. Gersten, R. Van Nierop. BASS: S. Gubitz, B. LaPoint, W. Crawshaw
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Favorite Formations:GOAL POSTS, EYES AND RIVERBOAT, BANJO AND ROCKING
William N. Reeves, Director
Kathryn Cullings Marlene Waters
Patricia Falkenbury ,loan Wallace
DRUM MAJORETTES COLOR GUARD
Sandra Aronson Ann Fish
Charlotte Hall Jane Gorman
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Mary Lou Maynard, Manager Wilma Durkee, Librarian
Theodore Hawkins, Sandra Aronson, Barbara Marrs, Dale Whitney,
Assit Managers Ass7t Librarians
Patricia Hickey, Quartermaster
Kathryn Cullings Gary Lance Peter Madison Judy Watson
The climax of the year's activities for the orchestra were reached on April 30 at the
annual concert when the program included Schuhert's '4Unfinished Symphonyf' Mc-
Kay's "Suite on Fiddler's Tunesf' the Prelude to the third act of Wagner's g'Lohen-
grin," Delius' HThe Walk to the Paradise Gardenn and two pieces in combination
with the Junior High Orchestra. The orchestra also participated in the Competition-
Festival in Saratoga Springs in May.
VIOLINS: E. Baker, D. Benedict, J. Bosworth, W. Durkee. S. Fuss, T. Hawkins, B. Kilmer, M. J.
Matteson, M. L. Maynard, E. Mazer. B. Smith. R. Wallen, J. Watson. VlOLAS: S. Aronson, S.
Gubitz, G. Parks. CELLOS: J. Carswell, K. Cullings, C. Heil, S. Turner, D. Whitney. BASSES:
C. Craytor, P. LaMora, J. Lyke, B. Marrs. FLUTES: R. Cleghorn, C. Johnson, V. McKinney.
OBOES: C. McCormick, D. Perkett. CLARINETS: D. Grant, T. Hulbert, G. Lance. S. Peet.
BASSOON: A. Fish. HORNS: J. Canaday, P. Hickey, L. Ott, G. Parker. CORNETS: N. Brown,
W. Fair, P. Lange, J. Whitney. TROMBONES: R. Irish, P. Madison, R. Pratt. TUBA: F. Ralph.
PERCUSSION: C. Carlson, D. Roethke.
Maurice C. Whitney, Director
The fall semester opened with a performance at Patrons Evening on December 7, a
special Christmas assembly, and a trip to Schenectady where a joint concert was
presented with the Nott Terrace High School Choir in Union College Chapel on
December 10. The second semester included a concert for the Glens Falls Rotary
Club, the presentation of a group of numbers on the annual orchestra concert program,
and participation in the Competition-Festival at Saratoga Springs. Soloists for the
year have included Robert Rockwell and Ruth Forbes, and the repertoire has been
representative of all types of choral music from Vittoria to Fred Waring.
First row, left to right: P. Durant, E. Shoupe, S. Peet, C. Wilbur, M. VanBenthuysen, W. Durkee,
J. Goetz, M. J. Tidman, C. Palmer, M. Bolster, C. Hall. Second row: K. Cullings, P. Abel, K.
Sullivan, M. Lazarus, B. O'Connor, M. J. Housman, J. Eckhart, J. Homan, J. Wallace, J. Keech,
D. Whitney. Third row: J. Shappy, J. Dullahan, F. Gavagan, J. Williams, W. Farrell, W. Reichert,
H. Allen, C. Heil, A. Runnalls, S. DeGarmo, J. Bosworth. Fourth row: G. White, M. Goodrich,
L. Clark, R. Rockwell, R. David, J. Trumbull, S. Miller, P. Anderson, G. Lance, R. Cleghorn, N.
Ernst, C. Craytor. Not pictured: F. Akins, A. Aronson, J. Carswell, R. Forbes, M. L. Hay, A.
Koziol, M. Kreiser, R. Miner, J. Streeter, J. Watson.
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The Senior Dramatics Class presented Oscar Wilde's Wllhe Importance of Being
Earnestf' adapted and abridged by Harold G. Sliker. Only one person in the cast
had had previous stage experience and although the production ran almost as long
as a three-act play, the cast learned their lines in one and a half weeks.
Director ,..,s,,,,,,,.,,........,.....,,...,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,ss,,,sss Muriel Rosebrook Stark
Assistant Director ,,,,,,.,,.,..,......,...,,,,,s..,,,,,,,,,,,, John L. Van Der Voort
Following the play, refreshments were served to parents in the Homemaking Apart-
ment. Each homeroom was gaily decorated in the Christmas spirit and teachers wel-
comed the parents to interesting and varied exhibits of work done by the students.
"The dogcart is at the door, sir!"
HYou are displaying signs of ex-
CAST OF CHARACTERS
John Worthing .,,,,,,.......,.,,,,.,...,,.,,,.,i,., .,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,7,...... R obert De-yoe
Algernon Moncrieff, his friend .,,,, .,.,7,7.,,., R ohert Seeley
The Rev. Canon Chasuble ,,,.,....,. ,7.. ..,,,,,i P e ter Anderson
Lady Bracknell ....,,,..,,,,...,,,,...,.,,,,,,,.,,... .,.., , . ,.,,, Constance Craytor
Gwendolyn Fairfax, her daughter .......,,,, .,,...ii lVl ary Jane Matteson
Cecily Cardew, Mr. Worthingfs ward .,v,,,, ii,,,,,, A udrey Thomas
Miss Prism, Cec-ily's governess ,,,,,.,,,...,,,, ,,,,,,i.,.....,,i,i A nn Fish
Merriman, a butler ,........,,.,.,.....,,i.,,,,.w., .,,,,ii., H arlan Cutshall
Lane, a manservant ,......e.,,,,......,,,.,. ,i.,,,,.,,,,.,...,,i,,,....,, I ohn Streeter
Scene I: The morning room in Algernon Mon-
crieffls flat, London
Scene II: The garden of the Manor House, Wool-
Time: The last decade of the 19th century
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THE BEST THERE IS
The annual DRAMA NIGHT program was presented by the SOPHOMORE STAGERS
and the JUNIOR-SENIOR DRAMATICS CLUB under the direction of their advisors.
Mrs. Muriel Rosebrook Stark and John L. Van Der Voort.
CAST UF CHARACTERS THE BEST THERE IS
Miss Hislop, graduate nurse ....,... Susan Kingsley An interne .,..,,,
Miss Evans, student nurse ,S ....,,,.,s, ,Ioan Hickey An attendant .... W
Tessie Brown ,,s..,,.s,,,ssss,,s...,.,.,...,,si Betsy Dickinson A student nurse
f. f. Petersham, a patient ,,,,,,,,,,,,.... Barton Cohen Pop ...............r.....
An operating' room nurse .,,. ,..,,.,,...V lVl ary Porter
Place: The nurses? office on the surgical floor of a modern hospital
Time: Scene I. 9:30 in the eveningg Scene II, the following morning
FEUDIN' MOUNTAIN BOYS
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Freddie Framp ,.....,,.....v,,....,Y,,..,..,...,,,...,,.....,,,,A.. .,,...,.,,,
Effie Katzfelter .....,,
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Maw F rump ....,,......
Cora Mae Frump .......
Young 'Uns .....v,......,............,..,,. Eileen Cohen, ,loan Goetz, Norman
Kilfoyle, Theresa Lemery, Grant Parks, William Prescott
Place: The living room of the Frump mountain cabin
Time: Afternoon in late spring
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
The Ayah, a serving girl ,,,....,,,,.,......,.....,,,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,,....,, Sandra Task
The Raj poot, captain of the guard ,,,..v, ,...v,,,,, J ohn Trumbull
The Maharajah, absolute sovereign
Janette Lawrence, a singer ,,,....,,,,..,,.
Albert Rossetti, an artist ,,..,,,.,...,,,
Claudia Winters, a novelist .,,,,,..
James Van Loon, an idler .,,,..
Mabel Morrison, a mother ...,,
Henry Collins, a doctor ...... ....,,.
John Kirby, a scientist ,,,,.,....,,.,....,,...i.,
Scene: A room in the Maharajah's
., ,,,,,...,.,,, Linda Clark
Marlene Van Benthuysen
Pantomime, An impersonation of Betty Hatton ...... .,... . ..,, I ohn Wallace
Song and Dance Specialty ,,v,,.......,..,..,.7,,,,,,,,,7e . ,Y,..,..,.,7,...,, ..,.. Patricia Durant
Accompanist, Richard Cleghorn
Baton Twirling with a Patriotic Motif ,,,,,,,,77,,,,, Sandra Aronson, Patricia Falkenbury
The Octet, featuring song specialities a la Fred Waring ,,,,,,t,,,,,, ,.t.., ..,.. P e ter Anderson
,loan Bosworth, Ruth Forbes, Martha Kreiser, David Perkett,
Robert Rockwell, John Trumbull, Claire Wilbur
Director and accompanist, Maurice Whitney
756 Seaton 77547
"TURN BACK THE CLOCKW
A Comedy in 3 Acts
By Marrijane and Joseph Hayes
Director, Muriel Rosebrook Stark
Assistant Director, John L. Van Der Voort
"Turn Back the Clock" is built around the universal truth that all generations are
more or less alike after all. In a very brief Prologue, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill are wait-
ing up for their children, Worried and concerned. Mr. Hill, a bank president and
trustee of his church, is growing angry, harping on the uirresponsibilitiesw of this
younger generation. He is reminded of his own youthful ambitions and foibles and
the clock is turned back. We then meet Mr. and Mrs. Hill as high school seniors in
the year 1928. The play proper is a gleeful glimpse into those not-so-dead days in
which parents and children'behaved in almost exactly the same way that they behave
today. The youngsters' problems are eternal problems-of love and ambitions, passing
enthusiasms and fads. We see the funny courtship of Mr. Hill fthen plain Charlie
Hillj and Mrs. Hill fin those days Evie Palmerj in the age of the Charleston, the
yellow slicker raincoat, the raccoon overcoat, ukeleles and jazz and painted jalopies.
The shift from the present to the past, and back again in a surprising Epilogue that
ends the show, makes this a charming and unique play.
'Tll show you what l'll do to stop you!"
cw!! 0 Edafmctew
Evelyn fEviej Palmer ....,,,,,,,., . .,7.,,7,,, ,,,A.,.,,..,.,..,,..,, J oan Bosworth
Charles Hill .,...,.......... ,,.,v,,, C arl Carlton
Mrs. Anna Palmer .....,,,,,,,,7 Ruth Clink
Mr. Arthur Palmer .......,, Robert Deyoe
Sally Palmer t,,..,,.... ,......,,,,,,,, F ay Akins
Johnnie Stone .,,..,... ,,,,.ttt. R obert Seeley
Larry Palmer ,,,,.A,...,..
Irene Isherwood ........
Phyllis McS0rley .,.....
Ollie Bannister ,,,,..,.,..
Mary Jane Matteson
"Charleston, Charleston! Everybody Charlestonlw
"Sometimes 1 think the modern youngster is totally irresponsible
Prologtze: A late Saturday night in the present year
Act I: A late Saturday night in the year 1928
Act ll: Scene 1. The following morning, Sunday
Scene 2. The following Friday evening
Act Ill: The following evening, Saturday again
Prologue: A late Saturday night in the present year
The entire action takes place in the living room
of a home in this town
The String Ensemble played Friday evening, March
14, under the direction of Maurice C. Whitneyg
the Wirid lnstrument Ensernble was conducted Sat-
urday evening, March 15, by Williain N. Reeves.
Party! Come 0:1122 boring
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Semin pfda Pzadaodag Staff
Business Managers: Susan Peet, Chairman. David Bartlett, William Doane, Peter
Russell, Patricia Hickey, John Hulsebosch.
Scenery: Designed and supervised by Claude Paoletti. Set construction under the
supervision of Duncan Crooks.
Stage Manager: John Hulsebosch.
Stage Committee: Harold Bovair, Robert Burrows, William Farrell, Charles Herring-
ton, Guido Sassone, Edward Shaw, William Shepard, Joseph Williams,
Eugene Varney, Beecher La Point, Rene Miner, Franklin Ralph, Robert
Rockwell, Peter Russell.
Art Decoration of Set: Fay Akins, Beverly Bentley, Harold Bovair, Patricia Comar,
Constance Craytor, Carole Dunn, Ann Fish, Christie Flint, Lila Hay, John
Hulsebosch, Charles Lapham, Beecher LaPoint, Mary Jane Matteson, Valerie
McKinney, ldris Roberts, Guido Sassone, Edward Shaw, Joseph Williams.
Ushers: Under the supervision of Miss Sarah A. Adriance. Betty Bannon, Patricia
Comar, Carole Dunn, Christie Flint, Gloria Gardner, Vivian Gauthier, Ann
Thibodeau, Audrey Thomas, Rosemary Wallen.
Properties: Arlene Koziol and Joan Carswell, Co-chairmen. Peck Buckley, George
Busher, David Cohen, William Doane, Wilson Foster, Elizabeth Lashway,
Sally Plue, Thomas Roberts.
Costumes: Sandi DeGarmo, Chairman. Ann Casey, Carolyn Dube, Barbara Lawson,
Mary Lou Maynard, Rosemary Wallen, Barbara Smith.
Make-up Committee: Betty Bannon, Ann Casey, Shirley Chandler, Carolyn Dube,
Wilma Durkee, Joan King, Barbara Lawson, Cynthia Mattice, Phyllis
Murray, Gail Parker, Beverly Porter, Anne Putnam, Joyce Rovell, Barbara
Prompters: Kathleen Sullivan and Beverly Bentley.
Lights: Under the direction of Clifford Bosworth. Idris Roberts, Chairman. Charles
Lapham, Robert McKinney, Robert Rockwell.
Publicity: Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Burke. Elizabeth Shoupe and Elaine Task,
Co-chairmen. Albert Beswick, Joan Carswell, David Cohen, Constance Cray-
tor, Harlan Cutshall, Wilma Durkee, Patricia Hickey, Arlene Koziol, Beecher
LaPoint, Valerie McKinney, Shirley McPherson, Gail Parker, Susan Peet,
David Perkett, ldris Roberts, Robert Rockwell, Anna Schmidt, Audrey
"TURN BACK THE CLOCK"
Sendafz i Zxpfzewdan feudal
Expression in charge of Muriel Rosebrook Stark
Maurice C. Whitney. Accompanist
Martha Hefflethwaite David Cohen
by Frank Sullivan
by Josephine Johnson by Maureen Daly
David Perkett Ann Thibodeau
Death of the Hired Man
by Robert Frost
The Treasurefs Report
by Robert Benchley
Ballad for Americans
text by John Larllouche
A Scene from Mary of Scotland
by Maxwell Anderson
by Ryerson and Clements
Seem Emu 770446441 74601:
VOCAL SOLO CLARINET SOLO
Make Believe, from Showbcial Adagio Cantabile, from Sonata Pallielique
by Jerome Kern by Ludwig von Beethoven
Robert Rockwell x Susan Peet
ACCOIVIPANIST X I ,
Ballad For Americans Clara Wllbuf
VIOLIN SOLO PIANO SOLO
Ave Maria by Franz Shubert Un Sospirg by Franz Liszt
David Benedict Robert Hungerford '53
Ann Thilmmleau. Joan King, Nancy Axtell, Joan Carswell, Queen Joan Bosworth, 1951 Queen Jean
Hurme, Crownlvearer Lynn McCarthy, Nancy Brown, Audrey Thomas, Barbara Smith, Anne Putnam.
Dick Cannon and his Orchestra played for our '4Stairway to Heaven" Junior Prom.
The bandstand and stage were clouds of angel hair. A silver star hung above the satin
throne while smaller stars glittered on the curtain. Two gold pillars, the gateway
to Heaven, framed the entrance. A summer garden and a well, '5Pennies From Heaven,"
decorated the Patrons, Corner and one corner of the dance floorg a blue lighted nlVloon-
light and Roses" pool and a 4'Stars are the Windows of Heaven" with lighted village
scene, were in the opposite corners. On one side of the dance floor was a waterfall
complete with rainbow and pots of gold. Our Queen and her attendants carried
colonial bouquets in the shape of stars. John Hulsebosch and Joan Bosworth were
Co-Chairmen of the Prom. Miss Marion Broadbent was the Advisor.
MR. GLENS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL MISS GLENS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL
Nancy Brown and Peter Anderson
David Cohen and Constance Craytor
eswwk and Ma?yiUCCEED
5444 Dew Qfaaow
Anna Schmidt and Carl Carlton
Nancy Rovell and Joseph Williams
As we sit here in study hall looking at the tops of the
trees thick with new green leaves. we remember the
many beautiful changes in the last three years and
memories of our high school days. soon to be over.
crowd into our minds.
A funny first year . . . happy . . . sad . . . strange
. . . late in beginning due to the polio epidemic. Right
back upstairs in assembly after getting to the front
row downstairs in 9th grade . . . study hall . . . break-
ing in Mr. Grout, christened Sam. School sports . . .
the band playing on the field . . . flaming trees . . .
the Sophomore Hop . . . our first high school dance
. . . autumn . . . getting cornstalks and miles of
streamers for the decorations. Winter . . . trees stark
and black . . . good basketball team . . . pizza . . .
Christmas parties . . . no snow-poor Ski club mem-
bers . . . better television . . . pencil slim skirts . . .
"Now is the Hour" sung in harmony in girls' gym
classes . . . "I Can Dream, Can't l?H played at the
bowling alley during girls' Wednesday afternoon
bowling. Spring . . . those poor frantic seniors . . .
Shakespeare on records . . . the thrill of having our
pictures in the Red and Black for the first time . . .
up all night doing biology notebooks . . . come Sep-
tember, we'll be Juniors . . .
Junior year . . . not so strange . . . but different. What
fads we had . . . cold-fire colors in everything from
beanies to shoelaces . . . the boys, plaid vests . . .
boys' gold and silver "Lil Abner" shoes . . . What a
football team! Those red and black championship
jackets . . . the first period homeroom rush . . . not
always fun though . . . the Atomic Bomb Drills . . .
not knowing at first whether to dive under a desk or
head for the hallway . . . school fire evacuation record
of 1' 28', . . . we were prepared. First term papers
. . . book cards . . . decisions on our futures . . fav-
orite songs-'4Be My Love" by Mario Lanza and
uSeptember Song" by Walter Huston. Symbols of the
Junior year--class rings . . . red and black stripe . . .
white and pink gold . . . "wear your old clothes to
idecoratei' . . . Junior Prom . . . 4'Stairway to Heaven"
. . . Would it turn out right? Yes. it did . . . it was the
stuff that dreams are made of . . . grand march . . .
coronation of the queen . . . A good year . . . full
. . . friendly . . . easily remembered with a smile.
Senior Year . . . no change in address yet but plenty
of changes in school . . . start at 8:15 . . .I
Qlj Honor Guard Q25 Harem-ites Q35 Nair a hair Q41
idding Karl Q53 Draft bait Q63 Dear Heart Q71
ere's the Sphinx? Q81 Buddies Q91 Artie Shaw
and Co. QIOJ The end.
8 periods in a day . . . 3rd period activity period . . .
dismissal at 3:15 . . . laying ofnew school's corner-
stone . . . didn't mean too much to us . . . everything
we had known was here . . . postponement of Glens
Falls-St. lVlary's game . . . the game in the mud . . .
first time we lost the City championship . . . small
senior class . . . quality instead of quantity, perhaps?
Almost 20 new clubs in school . . . one of the most
practical was the Fire Squad . . . knew location and
use of every fire extinguisher in the school . . . res-
ponsibility in big doses . . . term paper after term
paper . . . the Senior Ball . . . "Winter Holiday" . . .
disagreements on corners-one fireplace for two cor-
ners . . . in the afternoon was '6Winter Horror" . . .
at night, a winter wonderland . . . new fashions . . .
crinolincs . . . poodle cut vs. pony tail . . . the stu-
dent-sponsored Christmas decorations all over school
-poinsettias . . . Santa Claus clocks . . . stained
glass window paintings . . . colored chalk pictures on
blackboards . . . the fragrance of evergreens every-
where . . . the new dance band . . . co-educational
gym classes for the first time-Oh, those square
dances! The Red and Black . . . pictures, pictures
every day . . . endless senior 'fobituariesw to write
. . . we turned advertising away . . . first padded
leather cover . . . the red and black tassel fight for
commencement . . . our record of firsts in the 'music
competition . . . the senior play . . . Charleston,
'Charleston . . . everyone exhausted daily in class . . .
Promotion for senior play . . . the truck . . . the .band
. . . slickers . . . raccoon coats . . . derbies . . . the
assembly . . . blazers, cloches, and the poetry . . . the
WIC!! The result of the promotion . . . 1232 tickets
,sold . . . a record sale . . . the play . . . '6Collegiate,
collegiate, oh yes, we are collegiate" , . . the beautiful
Steinway piano. Never to be forgotten . . . the senior
pep band . . . the two outstanding conductors . . .
the Cap and Gown modeling assembly . . . the certain
model with the two-piece hat . . . being hit in the back
with a yo-yo . . . trying to get to school at 8:15 . . .
writing the senior pageant . . . the impressive National
Honor Society initiation . . .
What lies ahead? . . . college or military training?
War or peace? . . . what will this class do? . . , there
are no answers now . . . only the tall green trees . . .
the summer sky . . . the open windows . . . the bell!
well, off to our next class . . .
Q11 l've been around Q21 William Tell Q31 Posing
for the zoo Q4-1 Put something on the bar besides your
elbow Q51 Twins Q61 Destination Mars Q71 Uncle!
Q81 Snow for two Q91 Turn Back the Clock.
Mary Jane Ma'Heson and Russell
O'Connor learn aboul' insurance X
operalions in foreign lands.
THROUGHOUT THE S P
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Expanding like 'lhe mferesfs of modern Glens
Falls group of Insurance Companies, +hrough i+s foreign
clepar+men+s, 'loclay serves American business
+l1rougl1ou+ Hue worlcl.
GLENS FALLS INSURANCE COMPANY
GLENS FALLS INDEMNITY COMPANY
- COMMERCE INSURANCE COMPANY '
Old and Tried g Glens Fans. New York Organized 1849
RED and BLACK
45 RIDGE STREET
lOpposi+e Cify Halll
Harlan Cu'IsI1all, Sandi De Garmo, Nancy Axlell and Carl Carl'l'on enjoy a Coke al
a baslrelball game.
Glens Falls Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Silks, Wool, Dress Goods
and Wash Goods
26 RIDGE ST. GLENS FALLS, N.Y.
BILLFOLDS - FOUNTAIN PENS
BOOKS. LATEST FICTION 81 REPRINTS
lhe Class of l952
feud! ef 70465
I74-I76 Glen Sfreel
Glens Falls, New Yorlc
CCNGRATULATIONS COAL--FUEL OIL
TO THE CLASS OF nvsz .RANGE QlL..CEMENT
R E S 'I' A U R A Il 'I'
Il Walnuf Sfreel' Glens Falls
Congrafulafions +o +l1e Class of l952
Wald 5 Qelnwm
"THE STORE OF CHEERFUL SERVICE"
to the Class of 1952
em swam- glam, -vu.
ll EWS ROOM
64 Third Slreel Glens Falls, N.Y.
Complimenls df 'A is
go4,q4'4 Besl Wishes
sullnlu. SHOES CLASS QF ,952
THE CLASS OF 'sz Zaffee
DETROIT SUPPLY CO., INC.
For in Arfislic Piclure Frames
zstyiel. A - Made +o Order
Q l'l' d ' E
Friljnillv aSnervice ' ' f F lm
C. v. PETERS co. ,4mm',
, V KG'-ENS FALLS' NEW YORK In Na+ionaIly ,Adverlised Drugs
Forly-five Years of Service
Printing and Engraving
E TELEPHONE 2-4424 F 1' E
William E. Van Tassell, Prop.
20 Maple Slreel' Glens Falls, N.Y.
I7-I9 RIDGE STREET
GLENS FALLS. N.Y.
Joan Bosworfh models an evening
dress ai' 'lhe Fashion Shop.
"Here's +0 a A G E N C Y
appy new Year "Comple+e Real Es+a+e Service
' 1' I-I E
766 9 pa 7m Slap, '7na.
LAKE '-UZERNE as RIDGE STREET-347 GLEN STREET
WELDING SUPPLY CO.
7I LAWRENCE STREET GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
Phyllis Murray and David Perke'H' make a cleposil' in 'l'l1eir special inferesl' accounfs
al' +l1e Glens Falls Na'l'ional Bank and Trusl Company.
Glens Falls National Bank and Trust Company
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
TO THE CLASS OF '52
American Broadcasling Company
I64 Glen Sfreel
S 'I' 0 R E S
Glens Falls and Saraloga
DRY OLEANlNG 8: STORAGE
SUCCESSOR TO L. C. WHITE
Groceries ond Provisions
5 Davis Slreei' Free Delivery
CO-MMENg1EIlsSE2TAIllg!lTATlONS ya M
designed and made by
Clarksburg, W. Va.
GARFIELD THOMAS c o
Disirici Manager RUSS and LlN6gl-ELQM
Clara Wilbur and John Hulsebosch ear and converse a+ The Queensbury.
for I'he home . . .
bul' I'he girl
GRIFFIN LUMBER COMPANY
ll I 842ll
FURNITURE CQ. .Ill C .
UPPER GLEN STREET GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Follow 'rhe Crowd fo +he
Dubya 5 664441:
Manufacfurers of Jewelry
cone: snow: C,ajg'ogh7.,52
Complimenfs of RINGS PINS CHARMS
' MEDALS CUPS TROPHIES
I7 John S+ree+ New York 8, N.Y.
R E C R EAT I 0 ll
Ann Pufnam chooses her silver, while David Benedici looks a'I' wafches ai' Achenbach
Zdwmd and 'Mauna Udamm, fc.
EXCAVATING BLACKTOP ROADS
SHOVEL ancl BULLDOZER SERVICE es 2
Tel. 2-2229 Tel. 2-7356
Besf Wishes +o fhe Class of '52
75a Eawlefa LA 52
AlR-LAND MOTOR PARTS, INC.
Aulomofive Equipmenl' and Supplies
79444 W WWW' moron SERVICE
USED CARS-SUNOCO PRODUCTS New and Rebuilt Motors
. anal Equipment
J. T. Barnes
V' 81 49 PARK STREET GLENS FALLS
I7 Exchange Street
Glens Falls, New York
CQNN BAND INSTRUMENTS
RENTAL PLAN - - - TEACHING
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Class of 1952
we gem 74664
PQRTLAIID CEMENT CO.
K. Q. Addazz
Investments and Underwriting
I09-I II Queensbury Hotel Glens Falls, New York
Compliments of 4,
,Z ,hm PHARMACY
V md' GIFT SHOP
Lake George, N.Y.
FUR SHOP efw M A
278 GLEN STREET V E- QUTLERY
GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Emma!! 7wc6 and 7mcZofa '7no.
Joan Carswell and George Busher prepare an after-school snack at Carswell's.
Fay Alrins and EIIzabe'I'I1 Shoupe pick ouI' dresses af fhe Economy Depar'I'menI' Siore.
Sweeney Depcvzfmemf Stowe
MILDRED ELLEY SECRETARIAL
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
227 QuaII Sfreei Albany 3, N.Y.
228 Glen Sfreei Glens Falls THE SUGAR BOWL
DELICIOUS HOME MADE ICE CREAM
AI I'I1e Clock
Q- 5. Scwqa 6 Compang,lnc.
Plumbing ancl Heafing Supplies-Painfs-Iron ancl Sfeel
V Oil Burners
Power Tools-Hand Tools-Wa+er Sysfem
TOP O-F GLEN STREET HILL GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Congra'l'ula'rions Cornplimenfs of
+o fhe Classlof i952 541666541
EARLE F. GRANGER, Manager 71152640 4705
Phone 2-I I44
zso GLEN sr. eLENs FALLS, N-.Y. --plom of Tomorrow--
7mz humid BAIIK
Mary Jo Tidmarsh and William Doane open 'I'l1eir Chrislmas Clubs ai' 'the Firsl
to the Class of '52
Qian 74664 ffzea
GULF PRODUCTS Nor+hern New York's Headquarfers
for Fine Foofvyear
Complimenfs of for Hue Famdy
I I 1' E R P R I S ES RIALTO BLOCK I9 WARREN ST.
A ll D ASSUCIATES
FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE
NEW GARMENTS IN STOCK
30lf2 Sou'H1 S+ree+ Jusl' Phone Us-
Glens Falls, New York 2-6922
g' Congra+ula+ions from
ALBERT Y HAIRDRESSER
I34 GLEN STREET
GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK 86 SOUTH STREET
I II C .
2l I-2I7 Warren Sfreel' Glens Falls, New York
Franklin Ralph pins one of Evelyn's corsages on Joyce Rovell before one of the 'formal
g.,d,,,,'., FLOW :ns
TEL. NO. 2-2583
32-34 Dix Avenue
Glens Falls, New York
Hale 5 Wanda
REMEMBER SCHOOL DAYS WITH
Glen Sh'ee+ ai' Granf Avenue
C L A S S O F I 9 5 2
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746 gem 7m 7,,,,,.,
GLENS FALLS POST CO. - - PUBLISHERS and PRINTERS
The Home of Be'Her Music
Records: Vicfor, Columbia, Decca, CapiI'oI
EVERYTHING IN THE MUSIC LINE
I44-I46 G-Ien S+reeI G-Iens FaIIs, N.Y.
CONGRATULATIONS FROM 9 Wing S'I'reeI' GIens FaIIS, N.Y.
P A I Il 'I' C 0 R P.
CompIimen+s of E ELECTRICAL coNTRAcToR
Commercial and ResidenI'iaI Wiring
wading 8 PHONE 2-7073
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COAL, LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL
Eleclrical Appliances and Television
Fuel Oil, Refrigeralion, Sfolcers, Coke, Oil Burners,
DIAL 2-Zlbl 27-29-3I-33 GLEN ST.
Albany Business College NASH SALES and SERVICE
l26-I34 WASHINGTON AVENUE qgybgvwz
ALBANY 6. NEW YORK
Wladdea Um? eo.
Rosemary Wallen ancl David Cohen sfop for a few minules a+ Maclden's Soda
Ann Thibodeau and Susan Peef buy new shoes ai Kohn's.
TO THE CLASS OF I952
Hub. and Jim Huber?
ELM STREET GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
Coal-Fuel Oil y' Kagan
Mo+or S+okers IN S U R A N C E
Fluid Hea+ Oil Burners '
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Through Bus Service Befween
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2-5I I3 - PHONES - 2-533 I
FOR MEN WHO CARE
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'24 MAPLE STREET GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK
Complimenls of T H E
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Home of Good Food
Ddawd, TELEPHONE 2-9840
30 Soufh S+. Glens Falls, N.Y
BeHer Grade Cancellalion Shoes
WILLIAM R.JONES, Associaie
44 Maple S+ree+ Phone: 2-0913
De .4'euo9'4 DAIRY, In c.
Pefer Anderson and Roberl' Evans enjoy a cl1ocola+e frosf ai' DeLong's.
lumen Wluclcun CU.
Class of l953
Glens Falls High School
RINGS Dislricl' Manager
MEDALS eEoReE W. HUMPHREY
TROPHIES Unadilla, N.Y.
282 Glen Slreel'
Glens Falls, New York
Photographic Supplies Sporting Goods
56 SOUTH ST. GLENS FALLS, N.Y. l
Dalia WZ 5 775 Elemww
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