Hamilton Central High School - Hamiltonian Yearbook (Hamilton, NY)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 76 of the 1950 volume:
Guohs Ab Incepkg
Hanulton New York
Published by Lhe students of HAMILTON CENTRAL SCHCQOL
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Ham1lton H1gh School gladly greets you
Through each loyal boy and g1rl
W1th a happy song we meet you
As our banner we unfurl
Song and banner b1d you rally
Neath our colors w1th del1ght
As we s1ng a song for Ham1lton
Sxng the dear old green and wh1te
To the wh1te rose and the fern leaf
For our colors pure and br1ght
We w1ll look for 1nsp1rat1on
As we str1ve wlth all our mlght
We w1ll float aloft our banner
No honor shall It lose
And we ll shout ln rous1ng manner
As the green and whxte we choose
M1dst the fr1ends we long have known
As we struggle o er each lesson
Mak1ng all 1tS best our own
W1nn1ng 1n life s battle royal
We w1ll tr1urnph for the r1ght
As we work for Hamllton H1gh School
And the dear old green and wh1te
Though the years br1ng dxsappomtments
Heavy burdens hard to bear
A1m1ng always at the h1ghest
Bravely sm1l1ng at our care
We will keep one spot of brlghtness
Turnlng backward w1th dellght
To the memory of our school days
And the dear old green and whmte
As we spend our busy school days
We the Class of 1950 1n loyal apprec1at1on for her furtherance of
mus1c 1n I-Iam11ton I-hgh School deduzate th1s Year Book to
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lst row Gaylord Rourke Decker Cook Heffernan Vogel Lane
Gardner Faucette Halloran Edklns
Halght Burke Devlne Ross Young Adams MacKenz1e P1erc.e
Wach man Pankewsky Faulkner Goodfellow Knowlton
Stafford Leete Chaphe Morrow Bradley Hess Fessenden
Bennett Ames Waas Fenner Haller
MR ANDREW LANE
MR WILBERT VOGEL
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ANDREW L LANE
EUNICE I GARDNER
J CLARENCE DECKER
French Jr Engllsh
JOAN M DAVIS
Fo lrth Grade
HAROLD GOODFELLOW MARY E BRADLEY
JACKSON THRO M
MISS MARGARET HEFFERNAN
ROSE H STAFFORD
E11-une Edk1I1S and Rose Stafford
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lst row A Sn1tch1er M Myers .T Moran M Harr1son F Bancroft
.T Tuttle R Chap1n
Znd row .T Choquette E Palmer E Stone Mrs Adams .T Case
.T Sweet .T Barber T Helmer
3rd row C O Br1en D Mapes R Lawson B S1ebert P Butler
P Padgett D Adams ML Braut1gam D Fox
4th row I Moran C Beecher C Flemmg J' F1tzPatr1ck C Roberts
K Moran G Stokes W Ingram
Ed1tor 1n Ch1ef
Student Counc1l 4 Pres1dent 4 Class
offlcer 3 Presxdent 3 Ham1lton1an 4
Masquers 3 4 Footballl Z 3 4
Basketball l Z 3 4 Baseball 1
Volleyball 2 Swlmmmg l Z 3 One
act play 3 Three act play 3 Pr1ze
speakmg 3 Boys State 3
I w1ll lxft my eyes unto the h1lls
from whence cometh my help
Student Counc1l 2. 3 4 Secretary 3
V1ce pre s1dent 4 Ham1lton1an 4 Art
Ed1tor Masquers 3 4 Cheerlead1ng
Clubl Z 3 4 Treas 3 Pres1dent4
Cheerleader 1 Z 3 4 Head Cheer
leader 3 G1rls Sports Counc1l 2
Basketballl Z 4 Softballl Z 3 4
Volleyballl Z 3 4 Sw1mm1ng Z 3
SoccerZ 3 4 HockeyZ 3 4 G1rls
Intramurals l Z 3 One act play Z 3
Three act play 3
'I preserve my safety better by
innocence than by eloquence
HOWARD B LINE BRY
F.F.A. 1, Z, Secretary Zg Photography
1: Welding Club 1.
"No handsome man is ever really
Transferred from Leonardsville
Central School 25 F.H.A. 4
"More have repented speech than
Ham11ton1an 4 Almedas Z 3, 4 Dance
Clubl Orchestral Z 3 4 Pres 4
Glee Club 4 Secretary 4 Strmng
Quartet 1 2 3 4 State Mus1c Con
test l Z 3 All State Orchestra 4
G1rl Scouts l Z 3 4
Where there 1S mus1c there can
Class off1cer 4 V1ce pres1dent 4
Ham11ton1an 3 4 Ass1stant Ed1tor
Masquers 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Pres1
dent 4 Alrnedas Z 3 4 Treasurer
4 Honor Soc1ety 3 4 Art Club 1
Orchestra l 2 3 4 V1ce pres1dent 4
Glee Club Z Str1ng Quartet 1 Z 3
State MUSIC Contest 2 3 One act
play 2 3 4 Three act play 3 PTIZC
speakmg 1 3 Curl Scouts 1 Z 3 4
We know what we are but not
what we may be
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Student Council 3, Class officer 2,4,
President 2,45 Hamiltonian 45 Foot-
ball 2,33 Basketball l,Z,3,4g Baseball
l,2,3,4: Volleyball 2.
"Where there's a will there's a way.
F F A 3 4 Treasurer 4 4 H Club
God is proud of those who are tall.
F HA 4 Girl Scouts 2
Believe in the truth and the truth
will make you free
Class officer Z,3,4, Secretary 1.2,
Treasurer 43 Junior Red Cross lp
Football l,2.,3,43 Basketball l,Z,3,43
Baseball 1.2: Volleyball Zg Track 2,3.
"Game is cheaper in the market
than in the fields and woods."
JOAN FIT ZPATRICK
Hamxltoman 1 3 4 G11-ls Sports
Ed1tor 4 Masquers 2 3 4 Alrnedas
Z 3 4 Cheerleadlng Club l Z 3 4
Pres1dent 3 Cheerleader l 2 3 4
Head Cheerleader 4 Volleyball 4
Swunmmg Z 3 Soccer 4 Hockey l
Z 3 4 G1rls Intramurals l 2 Glee
Club 2 3 One Act play Z Student
Du-ector 4 Three act play Z, Prxze
speakmg Z 3 G1rl Scouts 1 Z News
We des1re nothmg so much as
what we ought not to have
DONALD F OX
Student Counc1l l Z 3 4 Treasurer
3 Ham11ton1an 4 Band 1 2. 3 4
Orchestra l 2 3 State Mus1c Con
test l 2. 3 Boys State 3
Good thmgs are tw1ce as good
when they are short
RALPH GODF RE Y
Class off1cer Z Pres1dent Z F F A
4 Pres1dent 4 Football l Z 3 4
Basketball 1 Z Baseball 2 3 Track
Z 3 Band l Z 3
I came I saw I conquered
Ham1lton1an l 2 3 4 Sports Ed1tor
4 Masquers Z 3 4 Treasurer 4
Manager l Baseball l 2. 3 Volley
ball Z Sw1rnrn1ng l 3 Band l Z 3
One act play Z 3 4 Three act
play Z 3 Pr1ze speak1ng l Boys
State 3 Newspaper 1
A good memory 15 an essent1al
element of gen1us
Transferred from Earlv1lle Central
A rolllng stone gathers no moss
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Football l,2,3,4g Basketball Z,3,
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PAU LINE KINGSB UR V
Almedas 3 4 F H A 4 Treasurer 4
Glee Club Z 3
To l1ve well IS to work well to
show a good act1v1ty
Transferred from .Tamesv1lle
Central School 3 Ham1lton1an 4
Almedas 4 F H A 4 Secretary 4
The only way to have a fr1end 15 to
Student Counc112 3 F F A 4
Football 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3
Swxrnmmg 1 Z
The world 15 as you take lt
Ham11ton1an 4 Football l Z 3 4
Basketball 1 2. 3 4 Baseball 1 Z 3
Volleyball Z Sw1mm1ng l Z 3 Band
1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 One act play 4
A fellow of pla1n and u.nco1ned
Class off1cer 1 Z 3 V1ce presxdent
l Z Treasurer 3 Ham11ton1an Z 3 4
ACt1V1t1CS Ed1tor 4 Masquers 3 4
Alrnedas 2 3 4 Dance Club l Cheer
4' Basketball l Z Sw1mm1ng 3 Hockey
12 3 G1r1s Intramurals l Z 3 4
Band 1 Z Glee Club 3 One act play
I was not born to be forced I w1ll
breathe accordlng to my own fash1on
MARY M YE RS
Almedas 3 4 Dance Club l G1rls
Intramurals 2 3 Band l Z 3 4 Orch
estra 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 State
Mus1c Contest 1 3
I hear the b1g drurns pound1ng and
the small dru.ms steady beah ng
leading Club l,2,3,4g Cheerleader Z,3,
CHARLES O BRIEN
Transferred from Stockbridge
Valley School 3 F F A 4 Football 4
' L1fe 15 ten percent what you make
It and ninety percent how you take lt "
Ham1lton1an 3 4 Masquers 3 4
Alrnedas Z 3 4 Secretary 4 Gyrn
Club l Home Economlcs Club l
Cheer1ead1ng Club l 2 Basketball l Z
3 Volleyball 2 3 4 Soccer Z 3 Hockey
3 G1rls Intramurals 2 3 4 Glee
act play 2 Pr1ze speak1ng 3,. G1rl
Scouts 1 2 4
I am not afra1d of tomorrow for I
have seen yesterday and I love today
Class off1cer 3 V1CC pres1dent 3
Ham1lton1an 4 Masquers 3 4 Gyrn
Club l Sports Counc1l 3 Pres1dent 3
Softball 3 Hockey l Z Band l Z 3 4
One act play 4
Do you not know that I am a woman?
When I th1nk I must speak
Club 2,33 One-act play 2,35 Three-
A t Club 1
uth o que s all hmgs
Almedas 3 4 F H A 4 J'1I11O Red
C oss Z VICE pr s1den 2 Baske
ball 12 3 Soc er 3 Hockey 3 4 Glee
The ays of happ1ness lke bhose of
llght are colorless when unbroken
RIC HARD SAW YER
F F A 12 3 4 Se retary Treasurer
What better fare than well content?
BETT Y SIEBERT
Class officer 4, Sezretary 4g Ham-
iltonian l,3,4, Treasurer 45 Mfa.s-
quers l,Z,3,4, Vice-president 4g
Almedas Z,3,4, Vice-president 3,
President 43 Honor Society 3,45
Junior Red Cross 3, Cheerleading
Club l,Zg Cheerleader 1,29 Band l,Z,
3,4, Vice-presidgnit 4: Orchestra l,
2,33 One-act play l,Z,3,43 Three-att
play lg Prize speaking lp Newspaper
s'Use what language you will,
You can never say anything but
what you are."
Almedas 2 3 4
While the tall maid 15 stooping
the lrltle maid has swept the house
Transfe red from Columbia H gh
School South Orange New Jersey
3 Student Council 4 Hamiltonian
3 4 Masquers 3 4 Secretary 4
Junior Red Cross 3 Football 4
Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 One
a t play 3 4 Three a t play 3
Prize speaking 3
Impossible is a word that I n
C LASS POEM
1950 15 the year of the century
The Class of 50 IS the class of the year
We are the Class of 50 and we
Have fm1shed our school career
We ve stud1ed Enghsh French and Latm
Agnculture, home makmg art and mus1c
Hxstory and tngonometry
Now we are ready as Amerxcan c1t1zens
To try out the worth of Free Enterpnse
To make a place for ourselves 1n a world
Huger and harsher than Ham1lton H1gh s
Yet come what may to us m the future
Whether we fa1l or ach1eve success
Our truest fr1ends and br1ghtest days
We knew at H H S
Oh 1950 15 the year of the century
And Hamxlton 50 15 the class of the year
But we of the Class are a llttle unhappy
To have finished our school career.
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Chemistry, physics, geometry,
Chess Club 1 Football l Z 3 4
Basketball l Z 3 4 Baseball 1 Z 3 4
At thc games end we shall see
Most Attractlvc G1rl
Most Attractzwe Boy
Most Popular G1rl
Most Popular Boy
Most L1kely to Succeed CGITI,
Most Lmkely to Succeed QBoyH
N1cest Sm1le g1rl
N1cest Sm1le boy
Qu1ete st Boy
B1ggest Fl1rt G1rl
B1ggest Fhrt Boy,
Most Intellectual G1rl
Most Intellectual Boy
Best Joke Teller G1rl
Best Joke Teller Boy,
Best Dancer QG1rll
Best Dancer fBoyl
Most Athlet1c QG1rll
Most Athlet1c fBoyQ
Nmcest Eyes QGIII
Nzcest Eyes QBoyl
Favor1te Tea her
Charles O Brren
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CLASS PROPHEC Y
I am a member of Hamllton Hlgh s class of 1950 and I ve Just awakened
from a long sleep I must have slept a long txme mdeed for they say lt IS
now 1970 and the last thmg I remember was our celebratxon the n1ght of
When I f1rst awoke I went mstmctlvely stra1ght to school arr1v1ng of
course Just after the last bell M1ss Gardner sent me to the off1ce for
pass and then I saw somethmg was changed at H H S for a certa1n M1ss
Palmer appeared to be Pr1nc1pal and a Mr Keefe V1ce Pr1nc1pal Bew1lder
ed I Jo1ned the students who were march1ng orderly to assembly under the
wh1plash of the V1ce pr1nc1pal The Assembly I enjoyed very much as It
conslsted of mus1c by the Hamllton Symphony Orchestra a magmfxcent en
senble 1n wh1ch Patr1c1a Butler famous v1ol1n1st IS concert master and
Mary Myers drum solo1st After the Alma Mater Pr1nc1pal Palmer
announced that the students would be glad to hear that Fred Warnes 50
had won the Nat1onal Sportsmansh1p Trophy on the occas1on of h1s ret1re
ment from profess1onal basketball
From th1s I deduced that few of my classmates would be 1n school so I
strolled uptown remarkmg that on all the trees and telephone poles there
were posters urg1ng everyone to Vote for Chamber1a1n for Governor
Farmer Fox for Mayor Repubhcan Democrat1c Soc1al1st Commu.n1st
T1ckets Town looked much the same as ever except for a profus1on of
small a1rplanes hover1ng about As I was watchmg these a smart looklng
buslness woman walked past and 1nto a store whose s1gn read Slebert and
Husband How much she looks hke Betty I mused and then when I
when several of the hehocopters landed on the s1dewalk near me I had no
trouble recogn1z1ng the occupants three farmers com1ng to town w1th
the1r large fam1l1es for Saturday shopp1ng In sp1te of the1r beards I knew
the men for Dlck Sawyer Larry Dav1s and Howard Bllnebry
Enternig a large off1ce bu1ld1ng and tak1ng an elevator to the e1ghth
floor I saw an open door on wh1ch was pr1nted Samuel W1ll1am Ingram .Tr
Engmeer and Arch1tect I entered unobserved and watched the red headed
R P I graduate as he dxscussed plans for a new school gyrn w1th the bu1ld
1ng s donor local m1ll1ona1re Dav1d Adams Esq As I left I saw that Mr
Ingram s very attract1ve secretary was MarJor1e Sawyer Down the hall I
had notlced there was an art stud1o and lookmg rn I saw the well known
fashlon artlst M I Barber pa1nt1ng a wonderful advertlsement for
K1ngsbury s Klothlng Shoppe The model the much marr1ed Kay Moran
hved up to her reputatlon for beauty as she wore w1th grace the ankle
length beltless gown wh1ch seemed to be 1n style
Fee11ng the need for some sustenance after a sleep of twenty years I
almost ran 1nto the nearest restaurant Landphler s Dmer and pract1cally
knocked over the proprletress as she stood m the doorway talk1ng to one
whose flashmg sm1le even age could not d1m Ralph Godfrey In callmg a
wa1tress who stood near me I sa1d w1thout th1nk1ng Harr1et and It was
she but she dxdn t know me even w1th my class r1ng m full v1ew I was also
a stranger to Lenore Burch who brought me my coffee I must be terr1bly
changed Then I got 1nto trouble as I took out my purse to pay for the meal,
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the proprzetress laughed at my f1ve dollar b1ll and sa1d Where do you
come from? We don t use those any more we count 1n hundreds Your
lunch w1ll cost you a thousand I must have looked sad for a kmd mother
s1tt1ng at a table near me wxth her tr1plets offered to lend me the surn
unt1l the next day I accepted seelng l11t1e else to do and even as I d1d so
w1th my qu1cken1ng percept1on I knew that the lady was the former Sh1rley
Snyder I thanked her and walked out 1nto the street agam wonder1ng how
I could ever get a thousand dollars
As 1f to answer my questlon the f1r st bu1ld1ng 1n front of me was
des1gnated 1n neon Casmo Frank Rogers Prop I thought that mlght be
as good a way of makmg money as any so I went 1n At that moment two
card sharks seemed to be fleecmg an unwary v1ct1m Just when the latter
seemed about to lose all however fate m the form of a pollceman came to
h1s a1d Stokes and Loop cr1ed the off1cer of the law At lt aga1n And
then 1n despa1r he cr1ed Charles O Br1en how often have Itold you not
to come here f Those guys are not to be trusted
But I went to school w1th them muttered Charles So d1d I sa1d
Seargeant Moran dec1dedly And I know
Then the pollceman saw me What are you domg here? I sa1d I
d1dn t know so after he had paxd my debt and depos1ted the sharpers at the
town pr1son 1n the tender care of Chlef Ia1lor Fred F1scher the off1cer
brought me here to the Hamxlton Commumty I-Iosp1tal It IS a beaut1ful
bu1ld1ng where I am cared for by two beautlful nurses M1ss F1tzPatr1ck
and M1ss Padgett whom I call prwately Io n and Phyl At present I
am read1ng a thrllhng hxstorlcal novel by a classmate of mlne named Case
I am very happy and comfortable and xf I can stay here unt1l I remember m
name I don t bel1eve I ever want to know It
Be Sh1rley Mary
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J oh.n Moran
Charles O Brien
May I have
the car 'P
What 'P 'P
You think so
You kidding 'P
Gosh I hope
Touch me and
I ll lay you out
What do you
What s eatin
What do you
lf I feel like
I m hungry
a Yr bk
World s best
Full of fun
81. Fancy Free
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Donald Fox Foxy " Hi, Shorty' Millionaire Farmer
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NAME NICK- FAVORITE
NAME E XPRESSION
Margie "Oh, forget it'
I don't get it
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Freddie Prove it
Owner of a
der in the Cir-
C LASS HISTOR Y
In 1937 a great class began 1ts educat1onal career We were 11ttle
cherubs 1n k1ndergarten as we slept sweetly through naps ar-d gently threw
blocks at the glass w1ndows In MISS Fowler s f1rst grade we learned to
read and wr1te Th1S year Joan Barber and Joan F1tzPatr1ck entered our
The next year 1939 Kathleen Moran and Bob Sh1velyJo1ned us 1n
learn1ng subtract1on from MISS Logan our second grade teacher Syb1l
West left us
In th1rd grade we learned how much fun lt 15 to play w th 1nk We
accepted Harold Chamberllan Fredd1e Warnes and Florence Swan 1nto the
MISS Faucette was glad of our promot1on to fourth grade and the new
comers Howard Cook Ralph Godfrey Lee Johnson Betty S1ebert and Ray
D16tZ Delores Deland left us
In 1942 M1ss Dunham tr1ed to teach us about fract1or1s both proper and
1mproper FT1tZ Purdy Dav1d Scudder and .Tosephme Case Jo1ned us here
Nobody left we were chalned 1n
S1xth grade found us wr1t1ng Orlglnal stor1es every week for M1ss
Brown We had many newcomers Mary Myers Sh1rley Snyder Don Fox
Peter Gould D1ck Re1d Frank Rogers and Ruth Baker Flossy Swan and
D1ck Calv1n left
In 1944 .Ir Hlgh h1t us and we Jomed 1n the fun We attended lots of
dances and sold hot dogs at one of the football games Esther Palmer
us and Peter Gould Lee Johnson D1ck Re1d Dav1d Scudder Bobby Young
Ke1th Baker and Fr1tz1 Emmerth left
In e1ghth grade M1ss Heffernan and Mr Decker d1v1ded us Mr Decker
took us on a tr1p to the sewage plant Our new arr1vals were D1ck and
MarJor1e Sawyer Larry Dav1s and Harr1et Close No one left
We f1nally entered h1gh school and Mr Vogel became our homeroom
teacher dur1ng our freshman and sophomore years Lenore Burch and
Dav1d Adams Jolned us 1n our tr1p through h1gh school Mr Patr1e was our
sc1ence teacher 1n n1nth grade He tr1ed to make us perfect but we all got
d1rty on the tr1p to the coal plant Stuart Jaquay and Steven Perr1n went
In 1948 we became Jun1ors Wlth Mrs Adams as adv1ser We welcomed
the arr1va1 of C1a1re Landph1er Charles O Br1en and Gale Stokes Those
who left were Polly Wardwell W1l1u Stevens Elberta AuSt1D and Norman
In 1949 at long last we made lt Charles Keefe came and Everett
Baldw1n left wlthout enJoy1ng our tr1p to Wampsvllle v1a N1cho1s Pond MISS
Gardner d1d her best to put all of us on the graduat1on platform
Howard Blinebry, Clinton Blum, Eddie Yackel and Sh1r1ey Palmer came to
SENIOR CLASS WILL
Dav1d Adams won t leave the car to anyone fNot even h1s mother
Joan Barber leaves her tactful ab1l1ty to manage M1ss Gardner to Mary
Howard Bhnebry bequeaths h1s wavy ha1r upon Larry Adams
Lenore Burch IS go1ng to take her br1ght smlle wlth her
Patr1c1a Butler leaves her v1ol1n to D1ck Myers
Josephlne Case leaves the Ham1lton1an Wlth all her love to next yea: s eduor
Harold Chamberla1n leaves h1s good nature to V1ctor Newton
Harr1et Close w1lls her roller skates to Clarlce Flemmg
Larry Davls bequeaths h1s super1or helght upon Ann Snltchler
Fred F1scher donates h1s parkxng space 1n the front of school to B111 Oakes
Joan F1tz.Patr1ck leaves the Cheerleaders to argue alone
Donald Fox Wlllb h1s lusty laughter to Ramsey Lawson
Ralph Godfrey won t leave the g1rls alone
B111 Ingram bequeaths h1s knowledge to John Shadle Good luck John
Charles Keefe leaves h1s repertoxre of Jokes to no one
Pauhne K1ngsbury leaves her box oi ce 1n the front Schmes State fYou
Clalre Landph1er leaves her qu1et manner to Jack1e Moran
George Loop leaves a beaten path onthe road to Cazenov1a
John Moran 1sn t gorng to leave Cynth1a
Kathy Moran leaves the dr1vers tra1n1ng car parked m the back of the
Mary Myers leaves the vacancy 1n the drurn sectlon to anyone quallfynflg
Charles O Bnen leaves h1story class to anyone w1th an optom1st1c po1nt
Phyll1s Padgett w1lls her sheet mus1c to Donna Mapes
Esther Palmer leaves Mrs Wachman alone at last
Frank Rogers leaves hrs art board rn M1ss Cook s room for postemty
Marjory Sawyer w1lls her ab1l1ty to appease Mr Vogel to Walter Gorton
D1ck Sawyer leaves h1s shyness to John Carpenter
Betty S ebert leaves Alxneda meetmgs at the mercy of Jeanne Choquette
Sh1rley Snyder leaves her artful way of managmg ch11dren to anyone 1n
Gale Stokes leaves h1s ab1l1ty to make school on t1me to Cloyes Beecher
Fred Warnes w1lls h1s sports pos1t1ons to Kenny Houck
To the Jun1ors we leave our exuberance and dramat1c ab1l1ty
To the Sophomores we leave our ab1l1ty to sponsor successful part1es
To the Freshmen we leave our well worn erasers and dog earred notebooks
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can't take it with youl.
424 SENIOR OFFICERS
Case Chamberlaln Swbert F1sChe-r
lst row Brown Houck Chapxn
Znd row Lawson Bancroft Bem1s Roberts Sweet Shadle Mrs Adams
3rd row Wyant Tuttle Harmson Mapes Braut1gam Moran Helmer
Snyder Snltchler Gorton Purdy Carpenter Stone Soll1e Beecher
The Juruor Class IS represented 1n the Student Counc1l by Jeanne
Choquette Cloyes Beecher and Eddy Stone Th1s year the football
queen was chosen from our class and two of our boys made the all
county football team Many of our boys are 1n athlet1cs and the gzrls
are Cheerleaders and Almedas
Th1s year we have been sav1ng money to pay for the annual
Jurnor prom We have had a dance and sold refreshments at a foot
The class off1cers thxs year are Pres1dent Cynth1a Roberts
V1ce Pres1dent John Bernxs Secretary John Shadle and Treasurer
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lst row Frear P1ckard Burgess Gr1ff1th M1sch Purdy Snyder
Znd row S1ebert Mrs Sm1th Foster Mayne Lawson Martmeau
Mrs Fenner Roberts Towsley
3rd row Kmney Faulkner Cook Soll1en Adams Vantme Trask
Kessler F1scher Snyder Eaton Karpp
4th row Gnfflng Nelson Newton Everts Gulbran Wardwell
Koen1g Stewart Ped1go Magen
Offxcers of the Sophomore Class th1s year were Jack Martmeau
pres1dent Merv1n Mayne v1ce pres1dent Mary Lawson secretary and
Charles Foster treasurer Eleanor Burgess and Iearme Nelson were
chosen Student Counc1l representatxves Two new students Nec1a
Benson from Watertown and D1ck Fr1er from K1ngston Jo1ned the class
The class held a very successful roller skatmg party at Randallsv11le
1n October 1n order to rarse funds for the treasury
On the football team the Sophomores were well represented wh1le the
JV basketball team was composed largely of members of the class S1x
Sophomore gzrls led Ham11ton s cheers and others part1c1pated 1n gxrls
A large number of the gxrls were honored 1n the fall by be1ng made
members of the Almeda Literary Society. Of the many Sophomore
part1c1pants 1n musxcal act1v1ties, two took part 1n the All-State concert
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lst row O Brien, Branagan Pickerd Jennings, Maine Downie, Elhs
Palrner Usher Linger, Houck
Znd row Crandall Myers Chamberlain, Purdy Dunham, Vantine,
Sollie Mr Halloran, Shapley Fleming Harrison
3rd row Elia Basher Purdy Jones Merkt Jennings Rausa Wheeler
Eccleston Olrnstead Parry Eisinger
4th row Woods Perry, Cadwell Brownyard Wyant Brown .Ta quay
Matteson. Fitzpatrick Kingsbury Lane Lamb Gorton Weldon
5th row Carpenter, Risley Lambert Sacco Young Keyes Stone
The Freshman Class started the year by electing Harry Sollie
president, Marcia Vantine vice president, Nicholas Purdy secretary,
and James Dunham treasurer.
Members of this class have participated in alrnost all school
activities: sports, clubs, music and drarnatics. Five boys repre
sented the Freshmen on the gridiron and many went out for basket
ball. Band, Orchestra and Glee Club also include Freshmen.
The football bonfire in the fall, traditionally built by the ninth grade
was very successful, as was a turkey raffle held by the class before
Thanksgiving. Mr. George Halloran, homeroom teacher and adviser,
has been of much assistance in making the Freshman class one of
the most active and enterprising in school.
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lst row Olmstead Dawson Denmark Stapleton Balley Ingram Zlmmer
W1lson Snyder Perry Fountaln Alvord Baker Towsley
Znd row Jean Blerce Braut1gam F1tchen Jenn1ngs Hoben Rathbone
Stor1ng Bancroft Stokes Mr Decker Mr MHCKCDZIC
3rd row Soule Jones Eaton Brown Loop Down1e Nelson Moten
4th row Johnson Harter Solhen Ma1ne Kessler Benson Sacco French
Tuzzo Lynch Burgess
SE VENT H GRADE
lst row Strad11ng Bnggs Ross, Tuzzo B1xler Lamb, O Bnen,
2nd row Baker, Holcomb, G1ordano Phelps Srruth Mrs Ames,
Palrner, Grems Evans, Jaquay, Kmg Kmgsbury
3rd row Coss1tt N1chols, Rogers, Gorton Stanley, Sutherland,
Warren, Horton, Bhnebry Sm1th Bartlett Knowlton, Merkt
4th row - Rogers, Wilson, F1tzpatrick, Johnson, Watson, Nelson,
Adams, Cook, Karpp, Beach, O'Neil
Wood, Joan Bierce, Purdy, Galler, Dombrauskas, Holcomb, Albrecht,
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Fuchen Bancroft Rathbone Stormg Hoben Jenmngs
lst row K1nney F1tchen L Jones Olrnstead Murphy Z1mmer Pu dy
Znd row Mart neau B .Tones Schap ro O Br1en O Connor Moore
Mrs Ross Mrs Hauler S1ebert Jones Balley Chase Rausa, Case
3rd row Koen1g Lambert Mundt Zassenhaus Bute baugh Welch
Galle Longyear Noel Thro Evans PICTSOT M Bem1s Chapman
4th row Alvord D Cook Stapleton Duheme G Cook Chap1n
M1tchell Foster M Bem1s Babcock Morgan Chesbro Rogers
lst row Crumb Burgess Zassenhaus Sykes Rockafellow, Armstrong
R1sley Young Chase
Znd row L Crurnb Bened1ct Koemg Mrs Dav1s Eccleston Tegt
meyer Cook, Barney
3rd row McCune Randall Perry Evans, Thayer Westcott Berr1en
Sacco Holly Fenner Berkey
4th row W1lson P1erson OHara Butman M1tchell Pa1m1ter Getchon1s
Mattesvn. Denlson, Dahn Kessler, Mawhmny, Brustad.
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Perry Moten Moon Wasyl1k
Znd row R1pley Stanley, Totten Karpp Olmstead Wells Mrs
Rourke Mrs Bennett Charles, Vant1ne W1ckw1re, Lynch Tuttle
3rd row Bradley Pearsall James Tuzzo Kane, Duheme Ballard
Mundt, Fowler Gordon, Snyder Fowler Blanchard Albnght
Dunham Harter Hoben Evans Knowlton Mxtchell Arnmon
4th row Brown Gxllson Schoelz Malne, Palrrnter Brennan, Morgan
Stapleton Ponton Crutchfu-:ld Snyder Todd Hartshorne Wh1te
lst row Boardman Karpp Bash Stewart Lamb Basher Cook
Dalgety Hodge W1se Edgett Adkms
Znd row Chase Schlesser S1mons Snyder Chambers MISS Stotz
M1ss Bradley Todd Sacco Evans
3rd row Frear Albrecht Harter Munshower H1ghby S111 Wh1te
Murphy Longyear Mordus Thorp Fenner Ingram
4th row Egger: Karpp Beebe Gxordano Lyons Goodfellow Lane
Carr Benedlct Berkey Randall Rockwood W11son B1rkf1eld
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Strad11ng Buterbaugh Burgess Evans French Grems Meyers
Znd row McGregor Pr1 er Doane MacBa1n Lambert M1ss Young
M1ss Leete Carrocclo Rathbone Herboldt Lamb Buterbaugh Hodge
3rd row Lawrence M1rab1to Mundt Dav1s Chase Karpp Safford Thorp
Westcott Tegtmeyer Waas Elder Baker Burgess Henshaw Abbott
4th row M1tche11 Murphy Zxmrner Getchoxnls Moran Paul Buterbaugh
K WIICOX DanehY Dewey E Wllcox Browny d Rowe So111en
lst row R1s1ey P1erson Woods Paqu1n Beebe Keefe Murphy Thorp
W1se Harr1s G Cook Knowlton
Znd row Ir1sh Walker Rasmussen M1ss Ha1ght Wh1pp1e Rausa
Solhen Mrs Burke Blanchard Godfrey J Dawson
3rd row Sac o R1p1ey Murray L1nger Charles Borst Burch B D
Hughes Adkms G111ette Brown
4th row S1mons Keyes .Tones Parry M Cook B1x1er Idyll Durnka
Gazlay Campbell Crutchf1e1d Gr1ff1ng W11son Mawhmney
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lst row Lawson Solhe Ingram Baldwm Stokes
Znd row Purdy Warnes Lamb Beecher Dockrell Coach Cvoodfellow
Ham11tor1 had a fa1r1y successful baseball season under the dlrectxon
of Coach Barney Goodfellow The proport1on of w1ns to losses was not
outstand1ng but Fr1tz. Purdy turned 1n four one run Jobs aga1nst Water
v111e C11nton Sherrlll and One1da and D1Ck Dockrell won a t1ght battle
aga1nst H H S s r1va1 Sherburne Coach Goodfellow developed several
hard h1tt1ng Sluggers ln Chxco Chamberlaln Bucky Beecher and Fred
Warnes The prospects for a better record this sprmg are good due to
the large nurnber of lettermen returnmg
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Znd row Goodfellow I-I '5o111e Koenxg F1scher Warnes F Purdy Adams
Shadle Vantxne D nehy Houck N Purdy MacKenz1e
3rd row Cakes Lawson Mayne Stokes Beecher Sacco Keyes Mar
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In a season wh1ch 1nc1uded s1x nlght games the H H S football team
produced he bes Ham1lton record 1n several years The credrt for th1s
to a great ex' ent goes to coaches MacKenz1e and Goodfellow, who moulded
a hard runnmg hard charging team that carr1ed through for four
Ham1lton started slowly 1n 1ts flrst games ty1ng Sherburne and Can
astota 6 6 In the th1rd game of the season undefeated One1da rolled to a
Z7 0 dec1s1on The Green1es plcked up the1r flrst w1.n agannst Chnton when
Eddxe Vant1ne s extra po1nt after Fr1tz Purdy s th1rty four yard run made
the f1nal s ore 7 6 for Ham1lton At Cazenov1a the Green Wave w1th
three second half scores swept on to tnuxnph 18 6, wh1le at New York
M lls the team scored agam and aga1n to amass forty pomts and 1ts th1rd
s ra1gh wm
In the New Hartford game the Emeralds came out on the short end of
a 23 7 score but mn the year s last co mtest and the last for n1ne sen1ors
the Greemes toppled Morr1sv1lle 33 O
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Znd row Lawson Houck Chamberlaln Sollle Adams Carpenter Ivloran
way pomt seems to be headed for a League t1tle and a chance to enter
the sect1onal tournaments Up to now the Emeralds have a record of s1x
w1ns and three losses w1th one of the losses already avenged
The Green1es started by wallop1ng New York M1115 49 41 but the
next n1ght Norw1ch won 48 42 Ham11ton suffered ts worst defeat
aga1nst Sherbuz ne 33 Z4 but rebounded to a dec1s1ve vlctory over
Waterv111e after vacat1on The week after the team ran away from
Sherr1l1 1n the second half to 'w1n 55 34 In the battle for the League
lead however Cl1nton won 44 Z4 Next week Ham11ton took a 48 41
v1ctory over Canastota Wh11C Fred Warnes scored Z1 po1nts to lead to
a 45 39 w1n over Norw ch
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The Hamilton basketball team got off to a good start, and at the half-
lst row Soll1e Sacco Adams E Stone Wardwell Woods Gorton
Znd row F1scher .T ntone Danehy Everts Vogel Young Foster
Coach W111 Vogel has had to shape an entlrely new Jayvee basketball
team th1s year s1nce nearly all of last year s team was promoted to the
vars1ty Gathemng h1s players from last year s freshmen Coach Vogel
has developed two outstandlng shots 1n Buzzy Woods and Larry Adams
and a good tall man 1n M1ke Sacco These and others W111 become
vars1ty mater1al next year
I-I1ghl1ghts of the season to date are Buzzy Woods e1ghteen po1nts
1n the New York Mllls v1ctory for Ham1lton Sonny Sollle s last second
basket to beat Norw1ch 32 31 M1ke Sacco s fourteen pomts to beat
Canastota 38 26 Red Adams good team play 1n the 'Shernll v1ctory and
Walter Gorton s effort 1n the second Norw1ch game Other Jayvees have
shown much 1mprovement
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lst row Albrecht Merkt Wheeler Woods F1tZPaIT1Ck Kessler
Znd row Rausa F'1tchen R1pley Loop
Eccleston Baker Olrnstead
Absent Sacco Rathbone
lst row .Taquay Bartlett Grems
Znd row Wheeler Eccleston Sm1th Galler Rausa Gerdano Clmstead
31-C1 IQXU Rlpley Karpp F1tz.Patr1Ck Loop Dunham Benson Rlsley
Gorton, Weldon, Stanley, Rogers H111
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lst row J' F1tz.Patr1ck J' Gr1.ff1ng J' Burgess M Ma1ne Mrs Behler,
J Barber M Myers M Lawson M F1tzPatr1ck
J' Tuttle M Vantme E Burgess C Nelson
3rd row N Johnson I Iennmgs, I Stokes C Hoben I Moran
.T Bancroft S Storlng B Wayant
4th row I Gorton A Kessler I Roberts S Matteson N Lane
lst row .T Tuttle E Burgess M Vantme
Znd row M F1tzPatr1ck J' F1tzPatr1 k A Kessler J Roberts .T Nelson
3rd row B. Wyant, M. Lawson, J'. Gorton, Mrs. Behler, S. Matteson,
A. Jaquay, J. Gr1ff1ng
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ST UDENT COUNCIL
lst row Beecher M1ss Gardner, Barber Adams Choquctte Mr Vogel
Znd row I Stokes G Stokes Stone Nelson Rausa
Electlons were held 1n September and the offlcers of the Student
V1ce Pres1dent Jeanne Choquette Secretary and Edward Stone Treasurer
Mr Vogel was the advlsor for the assoc1at1on
Student Assoc1at1on t1ckets were sold at the begmmng of the year to
earn money for funct1ons of the Student Counc1l The group also Sold
school banners refreshments at home ball games and gaxe two successful
The Student Counc11 sponsored a tr1p to the Un1ted Nat1ons for two
Council for 1949-1950 chosen were David Adams, President, Joan Barber,
HONOR SOCIET Y
lst row - B., Siebert, I. Case
Znd row - M1ss Heffernan, Miss CO0k
Ist row I Barber B Wyant E Burgess A Jaquay
Znd row C Nelson Mrs Behler S Stormg
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Znd row A Kessler S Snyder A Sn1tchler J Tuttle M Sawyer
J Nelson J S1ebert M Lawson A Towlsey R Chap1n P
3rd row J F1tzPatr1ck M Myers C Landph1er D Mapes P Butler
M Harr1son S Solhen J Gnfftng J Eaton
The Almedas under the d1rect1on of Betty S1ebe t pres1d n Jeanne
Choquette, v1ce pres1dent Phy1l1s Padgett se retary and Josephme Case
treasurer completed a most suc essful year M1ss Ga dne was again
the able adv1sor
Approx1mately flfteen new members were 1n1t1ated 1n October
Paddles and strange costurnes were all a part of the usual 1n1t1at1on
A football dance and bake sale were undertaken to add funds to the
treasury. For the f1rst t1me a successful card party was held The
annual Almeda Ball was March 4th and featured A The Campus Serenaders
A p1cn1c and formal sen1or banquet were held at the end of the year.
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lst row I F1tzPatr1ck W Ingram I Case Mrs Wachman B S1ebert
G Stokes J Choquette
Znd row P Padgett K Moran J' Nelson J S1ebert D Adams ML
Braut1gam I Barber E Palrner A Kessler
Fo11ow1ng trad1t1on the Masquers was an act1ve organ1zat1on throughout
1949 1950 The off1 ers chosen for the year were Joscphme Case pres1
dent Betty S1ebert v1ce pr s1dent Gale Szokes se retary ani B111 In
Under the d1rect1on of Mrs Ade11ne Wachman the Masquers put on
three one act plays The Ne1ghbors Man 1n the Bowler Hat and
Sham The annual pr1ze spealung ontest was held March Z2 Later 1n
the sprmg a successful three act play was produced
At the end of the school year a banquet and the 1n1t1at1on of new
members was held The Masquers soc1ety enjoyed a very successful year
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B L Chamber1a1n
Znd row C Landph1er M Sawyer P K1ngsbury D Perry F Ma1ne
B Wyant H Purdy
3rd row F Wyant B Lamb I Gorton L Bulch M Ped1go V Crandall
F. F. A.
1st row - K. Lamb, W. Oakes, C. Houck, L. Davis, R. Godffrey. Mr.
Halloran, R. Sollie, L. Lamb
2nd row - L. Jones, A. Pierson, G. LeeWorthy, K. Merkt, R. Sawyer,
G. Loop, M. Sacco, L. McGregor, D. Frear, D. Misch, D. O'Brien
3rd row - C. O'Brien, W. Gorton, I. Stewart, I. Carpenter, J. Martineau,
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VARSIT Y CHEERLEADERS
C Brown I Barber J' F1tzPatr1ck M1ss Faucette ML Braut1gam
K Moran M Lawson A Sn1tch1er
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lst row E Burgess J Tuttle
2nd row B Wyant A Kessler J' Nelson Mrs Behler I Roberts
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C: Trask B Slebert MA F1tz.Patr1ck A F1tchen .T C1r1ff1th H
Zassenhaus N Lane .T Gorton N Cook F Wyant
Znd row E Woods D Fox B Brownyard E Burgess .T Crr1ff1ng M
Bemls S Nelson A .Taquay Mr Knowlton A Brown C1 Stanley .T
Basher A Eccleston E Palmer .T Slebert M Myers R Myers
3rd row F Phelps W Vlood C Foster .T Moran
4th row S Young .T Palmer M Sacco
SENIOR ORCHEST RA
lst row Butler, Case, R Myers, Storlng, Rogers, Harter, Flemmg,
McCune, Chase, P Koemg
Znd row Brown, Down1e, Berrlen, Wllson, Crr1ff1ng, Taquay, Stanley,
Lane, Knowlton, Helmer, Bancroft, Evans, Palmer
3rd row Chap1n, S1ebert, Basher, Ross, MI' 5 Waas, Brownyard,
M Myers, Mr Knowlton, F1tzPatr1ck, F1tchen, Thro, Westcott, Bemls,
Stradllng, .T Koen1g
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Mapes Wyant Crandall VanderWalker
Znd row Horton Bhnebry Knowlton Chamberla1n Brown Cadwell K1ngs
bury Tuttle Johnson Crr1ff1ng S.oll1en P Perry Olmstead Shapley
3rd row W1lson D Perry Down1e Hob1n Moten Stokes Stormg French
Ma1ne Watson Ella
To start the year off the band du ected by Mr Knowlton the orchestra
d1rected by Mr Knowlton and Mrs Waas and the Glee Club under d1r
ectxon of M1ss Gaylord elected thelr off1cers The band off1cers are
treasurer John Moran secretary and Mary Myers l1brar1an The
off1cers of the orchestra are Patr1c1a Butler presldent Joseph1ne Case
v1ce pres1dent Mary Myers secretary Jane S1ebert treasurer and
Carol Harter l1brar1an The Crlee Club chose Jeanne Choquette for
presldent Donna Mapes v1ce pres1dent Patr1c1a Butler secretary
Beverly Wyant treasurer and Sylv1a Adams and V1v1an Crandall for
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S1ebert Jean Gr1ff1ng and Jeanne Choquette part1c1pated 1n the All State
The muslcal organ1zat1ons have completed another successful year
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Berkey Rlsley Crumb Young Purdy F1tchen
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Slebert Eccleston Ivhss Gaylord Case Breltensteln Hartnack O B1-1en
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Gaylord Wells R1pley Ingram Longyear Hlgby Fenner
3rd row Mordus Albr1ght Pearsall Goodfellow Duheme Charles
Hartshorn Gordon Blanchard Crutchf1eld Malne Snyder Knowlton
Stanley Rockwood Harter B1xler Hoben Perry Slmons Schoelz
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Harter Nelson Morgan I Burgess
Standmg Evans Mrs Waas Olmstead Kessler Randall Lamb Cook
Phelps Evans Mr Knowlton
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