Hammond Central School - Spotlight Yearbook (Hammond, NY)

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v , QA' I u V1 I 4 7 1 4, r wk if Y ,., Sapp.- iqi. an ,5 -1-:dual-wie-1 .. il Foreword The theme of the 1971 Spotlight is the Zodiac. In an age of rapidly changing values where nothing remains the same for long, we will look back with confidence at our memories at H.C.S . For although technology and medicine may change, people never will. We can look ahead to the future with hope for "harmony and understanding, sympathy and trust . . ." as the song Aquarius relays to us. And we know that it will come true. Our golden memories of Hammond will be reflected each time we reopen this book. They will guide us to help make the wishes of the Age of Aquarius a reality . . . The 1971 Spotlight Published by Senior Class Hammond Central School Hammond, New York A Y L-4 II' ix Ill ff! W!! W Q- W' M Contents ' Administration . . . .... 7 Activities . . Seniors ...... . . . 15 Sports . . . . Classes. . . . . 31 Advertising . . . . .5 1, ii '- g:- I f ""? mf? 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MR, DAVIS COLLISTER District Principal Capricorn - "You are intense in your loyalties, and your main desire is to give of yourself." MR, ROBERT SARGENT Assistant Principal and Guidance Counselor Sagittarius - "You will find that many of your ideals are becoming realities ." MRS, BETTY MOFFAT Second Grade Libra - "You are a perfection- ist, consciously or unconsci- ously," MISS ANNA HADLOCK Third Grade Virgo - "You are basically ide- alisticg you do not expect something for nothing." MISS MILDRED Mc COURT Fourth Grade Scorpio - "You are intense, loy- al - a loyal friend." MR, DOUGLAS DELOSH Fifth Grade Cancer - "Your sense of appre- ciation is a great asserg you can inspire others with enthu- siasm MR. CLIVE CHAMBERS Jr. High Science and Math Leo - "You are a rugged compet- itorg anyone who opposes you has picked himself some real opposition." MRS. LORRAINE BOGARDUS Vocal Music Libra - "You appreciate beauty, art, and creative things." MRS. FANNIE HUNNEYMAN Sixth Grade Libra - "You are idealistic in your concept of success ." MRS, ALICE BICKELHAUPT Jr. High English Libra - " If a decision is re- quired , if exact judgement is called for, you are available." MRS, MIRIAM PRESTON English and Librarian Leo - "You are creative and ex cel in writing, the theater, and dramatic arts," MR, DAVID AITCHESON Science Sophomore Advisor Aries - "You are a vibrant indi vidual," MR. GEORGE MONTROY Social Studies Freshman Advisor Cancer - "You are a naturally mature individual." MRS. JOAN SPIES Home Economics Cancer - "For you love 15 as basic as food." MR. THOMAS CHAPMAN Physical Education Aquarius - "With all your good intentions, you are also stub- born. You fight for what you believe to be right." MRS , MARGARET SPIES Mathematics Libra - "You are artistic and creative and draw to you per- sons who are out of the or- dinary MR. HOWARD BARITEAU Instrumental Music Leo - "Whether on stage or in front of the camera - you are a natural entertainer." MRS. JOAN DELOSH Spanish and French Junior Advisor Aquarius - "You find new ways of doing and accomplishing things." MR, DAVID KINGSTON Agriculture Aquarius - "You are generous, at times too much so. MR, A LA N HUNT ER Agriculture Virgo - "Money, work, responsi- bility, industriousness - these are some of the aspects which mark you MR, ROBERT SCOFIELD Social Studies Driver Education Senior Advisor Gemini - "You are basically, one of the most mentally energetic individuals around MRS, KATHERINE I-IANNAN Business Education Yearbook Advisor Pisces - "You tend to overlook flaws in others. You can be your own worst critic ." MRS. PATRICIA SARGENT Dental Hygienist o Libra - "You are always finding some- thing to admire in that which others condemn." MRS, SHIRLEY GORDON School Nurse - Teacher Gemini - "You show affection to othersg especially is this true in your work." Board of Education SEP-TED: D- AURUIS. R- Gleason, W. Evans. STANDING: D. Collister, I. Sullivan, I-I. Toland, D. Gordon ABSENT: H. Pritcher, President. MRS. IOANN STORIE Clerk of the Board MRS. SHIRLEY PHILIPS Secretary to the Principal sf, IANITORS IANITORS 1. Lavamway I . Legacy K. Nicol gsn COOKS BUS DRIVERS H. Moore R. Mallette I. Legacy M. McGregor J. Shindler G. Stewart E. Salamacha TEACHERS' AIDS M. Hyde. G. Rosenbarker. B. Gallagher M. Nelson, E, Gleason, D. Hunter A Emnch E Bass 'F 5 Senior Class Officers Motto: The Will to do, the soul to dare Song: Aquarius Flowerg Carnation , .. f Q Lb Colors: Blue and White 'fl , m Nm 5 AX 462 PM fa I ,TY fam Q3 fy s n ZM, N . ' wi . 'if iN KQNC ff 5 J nfff fm' I , A b K ji f fu ,ff lily' K?-ak QT 'ff 4 mx 1 " Q23 WWgMW f4l,,, ,.,, M , .. . ..., .ffQ. x w1'-fff - X Mffff-M .Wm fav ' ff 'WWW 'aw 'fff W Nw I' pf! , , lf Q SENIORS "None but himself can be his parallel!" Very little said, but who knows what he thinks, - HAROLD ARQUITT Leo "I'm going hunting" . . . likes a good time . . . lives for the weekend . . . not a Ford! . . . Handy 'n Helpful Basketba111,2,3,4 Basebaiii F,F,A, 1,2,3,4 . . . Student Council 2 ,3. BREN T B A SS 'Libra "Oh well! " . . . speaks only when he has something to say . . . reserved and reticent . . . unhurried . . . Sportive 'n Soft Spoken Basketba112,3,4 F,F,A, 1,2,3,4. SUSAN BOGAART Taurus "Oh, cut it out!" . . , chronic talker . . . dry humor . . . 3:15 Friday afternoon .. . long walks . . . Smiling 'n Sociable F.H,A, 1,2,3,4 Library Council 2,3,4 Year- book Sraff4. l X '55 Q ... w f' .. RAYMOND CHAPMAN Virgo "Oh, really! " . . . surprise hairdo everyday . . . solemn but aware . . . moves along at a placid pace . . . Dashing 'n Debonaire Basketball 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Baseball 2,3,4 . . . French Club 1 ,2 . . . Yearbook Staff 4. Be silent and safe - silence never betrays you! "Calm in manner, firm in decision." "If you face the world with a smile it's yours." "The rule of his life - to make business a pleasure and pleasure his business," NORMA CRAWFORD Sagittarius "I don't care!" . . . big grin . . . wholesome . . . constant chatter . . . Happy 'n Humorous F,H,A, 1,2,3,4 Chorus 3,4. HOWARD DEMICK Capricorn " She said she wouldn't go!" . . . lover of sports . . . avid hunter . . . comical comebacks . . . Long 'n Lanky Basketball 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Baseball 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Student Council 1 . . . Band 1 ,2,3,4 .. . Chorus 1 ,2,3,4 . , , Class President 1 . . . Announcer 4 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 1,2 ,3 . . . Yearbook Staff 4. DIANE GA scoN Pisces "I've gained a pound!" . . . last to catch the point . . . dry humor . . . horse lover . . . Confident 'n Competent French Club 1 . . . Band 1,2,3,4 . . . Chorus 1 . .. Library Council 3 . . . Class Treasurer 1 ,4 . . . Honor Society 2 ,3,4 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Solo Competition 1 ,2 . . . Yearbook Staff 4, MA TT JOHNSTON Gemini "lf you say so!" . . . expressing much in a few words . . . casual comments . . . enjoys French Club trips . . . Brown eyed 'n Bashful Basketball 1 ,2 , , , F,F,A. 1 . . . French Club 2 ,3Q4 . . . Class Vice President 3 . . . Yearbook Staff 4. "Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers," "The most useless day of all is that one in which we have not laughed ," Don't say 'must' to me - it makes me feel 'won't' all over." "The will to do, the soul to dare." l 1 I TERRY MARCELLUS Pisces "This meeting will come to order - I mean it!" . . . unpredictable . . . avid athlete .L . a most amiable fellow . . . Snapping 'n Self-reliant Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseba1ll,2,3,4 F,F,A, 1,2,3,4 Class President 3,4. VA LERIE MARCELLUS Virgo "Okay boys" . . . ready with a smile . . . demure . , , a spirit of mischief and fun . . . Dirnpled 'n Delightful F,H,A, 1,2,3,4 . . . French Club 1,2,3,4 . . . Band 1 . . . Chorus 3,4 . . . Class Secretary 2 . . . Honor Society 2,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 3,4 . . . Extracurricular Band l . . . Yearbook Staff4. a:Mp'H.Y' ,ffv ' GINETTE MARTIN Aries "Hey kids, I've got an idea!" . . . competent babysitter . . . an independent individual . . . enjoys rock music . . . Happy 'n Unhurried F.H,A, 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Student Council President 4 . . . French Club 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Chorus 1 ,2,3 , , , Library Council 2,3 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 3 . ELLEN MCA VOY Taurus "Whatz your problem?" . . . enjoys science classes . . . perpetual motion . . . musically inclined . . . Direct 'n Disconcerning French Club 2,3,4 . . . Band 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Chorus 1,2,3, 4 . . . Sextet 2,3 .. . Solo Competition 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Library Council 1 ,2,3 . . . Honor Society 2,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 1 ,2,3 . . . Extracurricular Band 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 2,3 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 , , , Student Ambassador 4, "The art of life lies in a constant readjustment to our surroundings." "Her eyes are always on her dreams and schemesl' W EN DY NICOL Libra "Oh really!" . . . enjoys basketball games . . . distinc- tive hair . . fblushes easily . . . Tall 'n Trim Student Council 4 . . . Band 1 ,2,3 ,4 . . . President in Band 4 . . . Chorus 1,2,3,4 . . . Sextet 3 .. . Solo Competition 1 ,2 . . . Library Council 4 . . . Cheer- leading 2 ,3,4 . . . Extracurricular Band 1 ,2 ,3,4 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 1 ,2,3,4. "By friendly deeds is friendship won." "Silence is the element in which great things fashion themselves . " EMMA PIERCE Aquarius "I don't care" . . . enjoys country and western music dislikes ignorant people . . . speaks only when she has something to say . . . Quiet 'n Considerate NANCY SCHERMERHORN Libra "Oh, come on!-" . . . student of music . . . always active . . . capable . . . Conscientious 'n Clever Band 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Chorus 1,2 ,3,4 . . . accompanist 2,3, 4 Sextet 3 Solo Competition1,2,3,4 Honor Society 2 ,3,4 . . . Cheerleader 4 . . . Extracurricular Band 1 ,2 ,3 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 4 . . . Student Ambassador 4 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 . . . Announcerfl. LARRY SEGOUIN Taurus " Well say!" . . . story teller . . . enjoys good music . . . nonchalant manner . . . Lively 'n Loquacious Basketba1l1,2.3 Basebal11,2 F.F,A, 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Library Counci14 Extra- curricular Band 3,4. "Loves life and loves to be a part of the world I love work: I could sit and watch it for hours "Every why hath a wherefore." Put your foot down where you mean to stand, GWENDOLYN SHIBLEY Capricorn "Oh well!" . . . infinite yocabulary . . . horses her first love . . . easy going . . . Dainty 'n Demure French Club 1 ,2,3 . . . Band 1 ,2,3,4 . . . Chorus 1 . . . Solo Competition 2 ,3,4 . . . Library Council 3,4 . . . Class Secretary 3,4 . . . Honor Society 2,3,4 . . . Year- book Staff 4 . . . Extracurricular Band 1 ,2,8,4. LINDA SHIPPEE Cancer "Look at it this way!" . . . diligent worker . . . house- hold pets . . . determined . . . Light-hearted 'n laughing F,l-l,A. 1,2,3,4 French Club1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Class Treasurer 2 Honor Society 2,3,4 .. . Extracurricular Band 1,2,3,4 . . . Yearbook Editor 4 DAVID STORIE Sagittarius "Go11y" . . . ever ready for a good time . . . comical comebacks . . . ability to confuse . . . Easy going 'n Efficient Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1 . . . French Club 1, 2, 3,4 . . . Chorus 1, 2, 3 . . . Extracurricular Chorus 2, 3 . . . Yearbook Staff 4 . . . Class Vice President 3. KEN TAYLOR Pisces "Yes boss!" . . . doesn't take his-troubles too seriously . catches a few winks . . . super salesman . . . Un- hurried 'n Unworried Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . F, F, A, 3 . . . Yearbook staff 4. "Good humor is the health of the soul "Live today and let tomorrow take care of itself." "A gir1's natural manner best becomes her." ANDY COLE Scorpio 'I'11 look it up in the answer book!" . . . loved the river . . . a friend to all . . . strong beliefs . . . Devoted 'n Disceming F. F.A. 1. 2. CHRISTINE OTT Aquarius "Sorry, l forgot! 1 !" . . . immune to worry . . . loves Monday nights . . . a regular on the absentee list . . . Smiling 'n Speedy F. H. A. 1, 2, 3 . . . Library Council 3 . . . Yorker History Club 3. " We know that in everything God works for good with those who love him, who are called according to his purpose." Romans 8:28 Class Histor l Freshman year was a year of leaming. Where was Room 1623? . . . When does sixth period begin? . . .' what was my locker combination again? . . . It was a year of learning to change classes every period. learning how to give those dreaded once- a-month book reports, and fighting for your rightful place in the lunch line. We also began to think of ways to make money for the Senior Trip. Food sales, dances, and dues helped us on our way. We learned how to behave??? in study hall and that the "study hall was a place to study, not gossip." And we all had to study for those regents we feared. Sophomore year was a year of gaining experienca. We -learned not to fear those book reports: we just stayed home that day. We leamed to write above the lock in small print the combination to the locker. We were upper- classmen to the freshmen so we didn't have to fight for a place in lunch line: we could show our superiority. We still hadn't leamed how to behave in study hall, but we didn't fear the regents anymore. we dreaded them. It was a year of magazine sales, "Silas Mamet" and World History debates. Junior year was a year of excitement. Junior prom was ahead of us. It was a year of " The Scarlet Letter" and heated debates between Mrs. Preston and Terry Marcellus. Our prom at the end of the year was . . . well .. . it was "Love Is Blue." Our junior year was the English regents, and for all of us who were lucky enough to take it, the Chemistry regents. Our junior year was also a time of tragedy. During this year we lost one of our most beloved class- mates. Andy Cole. It was a shock to all of us who knew him. Our Senior year is a year of preparation. With the senior trip and gradua- tion ahead, all of us look forward to these things anxiously. Our senior year is filled with preparations for the future. It is our year to publish the SPOT- LIGHT, to be measured for caps and gowns.. tohand out senior pictures, to sell stationery and candy, and our year to take the senior trip. And we finally get to exercise that great power known as Senior Power. This class history does not end here. It goes on with us as we graduate and stays with each of us as we face the future separately. Last Will and Testament We, the 1971 Seniors of Hammond Central School, do make this our fir-5: and 1351 will 35 follows: To the class of 1972, Room 163, 41 rolls of blue crepe paper. To the class of 1973, all those rulers and compasses we borrowed from Mrs. Spies and never returned. To the class of 1974, lockers that don't close and our tom, taped, and doodled review books. To the Faculty, we just leave. Harold Arquitt: One kleenex and S25 to Diane Ayotte. Brent Bass: Leaves his basketball ability to Denis Amyot. Sue Bogart: To Mary Ceresoli I leave the Ilong, lonely walk to school by herself and to Coach, a very quiet gym class. Ray Chapman: I leave my "Keenan" banner to Luella Marcellus. Norma Crawford: I leave my job in the school cafeteria to Sue Ayen because she is the only one besides me who can get along with Murton Joe. Howard Demick: Leaves his friendly manner to Ronnie Tayler and to Coach, Larry Segouin's handy, pocket- sized book of tall tales. Diane Gascon: I leave my job as Senior Class Treasurer to anyone dumb enough to take it and peace and quiet to Mr. Scofield. Matt Johnston: To Bill Storie I leave my ability to get along with Valerie. To Mr. and Mrs. DeLosh I leave my brothers: Billy, Stuart, and Faith? Terry Marcellus: I leave my athletic ability to Kathy and my little brother. Valerie Marcellus: I leave my match-making ability to Kitty and my shyness and good disposition to to my sister, Luella. Ginette Martin: I leave my two best gym "buddies." Kathryn Gascon and Tina Langtry, all the black and blue marks I received and my big mouth to Andy Atkins. Ellen McAvoy: To my sister, Reva, I leave my ability to get along with people and have them get along with me, and I leave my love for Argentina to the next Exchange Student from Hammond in hopes that they will take over where I left off. Wendy Nicol: I can't afford to leave anything! Emma Pierce: I leave my quietness to all the teachers as a relief for Excedrin Headache 1447 - NOISE! Nancy Schermerhorn: I leave my job as chorus accompanist to anyone who can stand it and my bottle of navy-blue German Eyeliner to Carol Bickelhaupt. Larry Segouin: I leave my symbol of the "Rising Sun" to Duane Hawn. Wendy Shibley: I leave my ability for Math to anyone unfortunate enough to need it and my fingering chart to Mr. Bariteau. Linda Shippee: I leave my first trumpet position to Ioan Bowman and the complaint: "My lips are shotl" and to Linda Hawn. the "little bus." Dave Storie: I leave my body to science to see what they can do with it. Ken Tayler: I leave my church key to Jeff, my seat at Pratt's to Ronnie and everything else to anyone who wants it. Class Prophesy Let's take a peek into the future to the reunion of the Class of 1971, ten years after graduation. As usual, we can see the kids grouped as they were in the senior room ten years ago. Harold Arquitt, a drop-out of "Operation Bootstrap" is now working on a project to grow bananas on the Alaskan Tundra. Brent Bass is now the owner of the wor1d's largest spaghetti farm. Its dimensions: 500 miles by one inch! Sue Bogart, the world-famous beautician is still vainly trying to manage Phyllis Diller's mop. Her complaint: "I just washed her hair and I can't do a thing with it!" Ray Chapman is still vigorously campaigning for Keenan for Assembly. He's even opened a factory which specializes in pennants bearing Keenan's name. Non'na Crawford runs a very profitable rabbit farm and saves money by feeding them only lettuce. She then sells them for S5 a "head." Howard Demick, ten years after graduation, is still deciding whether or not to go to college. Diane Gascon, because of her keen mind, has become a top- notch lawyer. She often pleads the cases of students attending Buffalo U. and owns a riding stable near there. Matt Johnston has just won the Pulitzer Prize for the most creative'piece of writing. His only comment: "I can't write!" Ellen McAvoy just entered her Subaru in the Indianapolis 500 and finished fifth in a class of four. Valerie Marcellus now runs a computer- dating service. She personally programed the computer and in the event that it breaks down, is prepared to match the couples herself. Terry Marcellus has been a basketball coach for the past five years and has developed a new play guaranteed to trick the opposing team: he calls it the "'I'eaberry Shuffle." Ginette Martin, an avid hockey fan, has become Derek Sanderson's press agent. Because of her biling- ual ability, she often conducts televised interviews with him in French. Wendy Nicol, who has always had the. urge to be in the airlines, transferred from her job as receptionist to purchase her own airplane, the "Sopwith Camel." She now flies all over the world competing in international competitions. Emma Pierce has opened an automobile factory for the revival of the "Pierce-Arrow." Nancy Schermerhorn has recently taken over the job of the retired Leonard Bernstein and specializes in her version of "Moonlight Sonata" by the " Lovers' Lane Gang." Larry Segouin has recently become the head boss for the St. Lawrence Heavy Construction Crew . . . " If it isn't heavy, we don't construct it. " Wendy Shibley, after a few unsuccessful attempts to play "Boots and Saddles" on her oboe while riding her horse, has decided to concentrate on the latter. She divides her time between this and work- ing with the American Indians in westem U. S. A. Linda Shippee is now an official medical secretary for Dr. Christian Barnard and she just LOVES work- ing for him. She says he is a real cut-up. Dave Storie, now rich and famous, resides at his penthouse on Skidrow. Ken Tayler is now working as the head motorcycle test-driver for "Cycle Magazine." 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'EE - .v. .f k ifmax by W W . .. , mga, ll 5' F e if! YE, next ntunber T. Supensky D. Amyot K. Gascon D. Hawn B. Bogart " I'm innocent! " There goes our stage. M. Amyot D. Emrich C. Bickelhaupt A. Laidlaw M. Amyot L. DeCarr R. Tayler N. Chase A. Cuthbert L. Decker Sophomores SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Mr. Aitcheson S. Proven V. Aldrich L. Hollister L. Chase J. McGregor 34 L1:'e.Half-Way - Not the Youngest, but Not Yet the Upperclassmen. B. Martin W. Hawn E. Aldrich I. Gordon "Teeth unlimited." "I'11 drink to that!" K " What comes after 'Z'?" J. Salisbury R. Salamacha B. Storie D. Spies " Smile and the world smiles with you! S. Amyot M. Davis S. Ayen J. Bowman C. Forsythe 35 Z iss? 2 f 4? 'lgkl xg s i tg wx 'RQ if 1. 35.2 '!X5'f 121 ? ' mf 2 , , mia f" me i -. an ' .is I .. Q xl .z 1 , E K 5- ak i 1 1 5 h'hi, 1 X H X ' 555 5 5 ' xxzlsi 54- , ,m,. M . 4 ' l ' l .Q M , iw Y., flaw V4.7 J I ' 'fx km n,,, 3, y f f 1' f 2 . if F' fi? A I ' D. L.. ! J w i 25 I . .f1X:.' Q Q' 'Ffa K if Ta, Q ??lf:f3. ig 3 , Q: if Vfgii 5 -- A X E s Q Quai' ' . ,V it A.L' W Q3 in "fe Jin' 'N '. 6 g, 5 'N Ar, wi X ig lf df. ' 1 3' R 1 FW A r 'J ,rx 2 W We 'E 3 Q 2 an a'- sgiv , Q Q 2 5 X1 EM W :ii Eighth Grade FIRST ROW: R. Bertram, P. Gallagher, K. Gibson, J. Arduine, S. Henderson. SECOND ROW: C. Ayotte, representative: T. Langtry, secretary-treasurerg K. McCormick, vice-president, N. Martin, M. Ceresoli, presidentg N. Proven. THIRD ROW: C. Gordinier, P. Hadlock, I. Pitcher, M. Legacy, T. Gordon, M. Milsap, Mrs. Bickelhaupt. Seventh Grade FIRST ROW: L. Rogers, S. Gibson. D. Young. A. Walsh, S. Hunter, D. Phillips, F, Johnston, P. ' I. Martin, M. McCullough. SECOND ROW: D. Atkins, J. Hollister, treasurer: S. Nelson, C, Conklin, representative: W. Morrison, vice-presidentg L. Jolly, D. Farley, F. Forsythe, A. Storie, R. Truax, retaryg M. Gordon, presidentg D. Rogers. THIRD ROW: M. Davidson, J. Arquitt, C. Crawford, L. 33 B. Bass, J. Savage, W. Youngs, D. Aitcheson, L. Pitcher, M. Harris, M. Shindler, M. Bariteau, E. Hyde, A. Cuthbert. ABSENT: D. Ceresoli, B. Supensky. Sixth Grade FIRST ROW: R. Davis, W, DeCarr, P. VanPatten, F. Proven, D, Tayler, C. Frizzell, K. Fleming, D. Spies. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Emrich, S. Johnston, G. Jolly, R. Gordinier, K. Gilmer, J. Bogart, D, Had lock, Mrs. Hunneyman. THIRD ROW: D. Milsap, T. Bogart, M. Bickelhaupt, D. Amyot, R. Fleming, P. Schermerhorn. FOURTH ROW: S. Johnson, S. Ayotte, C. Sullivan, M. Harris, R. McAvoy, R. Bertram. ABSENT: L. Hawn. Fi th Grade IRST ROW: R. Ayen, L. Richards, M. Rogers, T. Gallagher, B. Stewart, S. Matthews, D. Salamacha. ECOND ROW: D. Ayotte, S. Bogart, W. Knight, K. Barley, N. Smith, M. Harris, V. Ceresoli, V. mrich, J. Walsh, K. Conklin, L. Johnston. THIRD ROW: D. Schermerhorn, R. Bertram, J, Sullivan, . Shaver, M. Savage, D. Stowe, T. Langtry, Mr. Delosh, Mrs. Hunter. 39 Fourth Grade FIRST ROW: I. Hollister, L. Hollister, M. Hadlock, R. Chapman,.D. Hazelton, S. Matthews, S. Moore, D. Walsh, J. McCullough, B. Youngs. SECOND ROW: L. Young, K. Smith, S. Denner, P. Paddock, M. Rogers, S. Bogart, W. Knight, L. Legacy. K. Pitcher, E. Rogers, P. Martin, E. Aitcheson, A. Fleming, T. Lundy, S. Slate. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Bass, M. Truax, P. Bogart, D. Running, R. Roberts, W. Bogart, B. Hutton, B. Legacy, L. Stowe, Miss McCourt. ABSENT: B. Brooks' Third Grade ' . a "wr F FIRST ROW: R. Trim, L. Nicol, R. Rogers, R. Moore, V. Rogers, I. Jenne, C. Farley, C. Bowman. SECOND ROW: S. Salamacha, N. Atkins, S. Decker, B. Young, P. Emrich, L. Demick I Hyde THIRD ROW MissHad1ock M Hyde G Hollister A Stoddard J 40 , . . : , . , . , . , . G Sullivan, D. McQueer, J. Hawn, M. Johnson. 2 Rogers, W Jolly, N. ascon, B. I' 4 k .1-. B Q' X' ix U Q 5 1 fab , 'vtvf 4: , ,, -Q If ggi' if ,, I iv , Y A.. I K? , xl 1 Q QM Q.. Q iff 4. 49 'm, 1 , vi, V " -' f :jk f f ff? 1? Lis' MILL i 1 72, I X we I U I, :W I l ,tl ACTIVITIES ffl! WWW 1' ,IHMWW ,T "f,j'p',I, - I W 1' Wx I X' 41 V W" fill: W 7 X J W 4' 1 IN WMM INV! I I f wffff f,ffffff1Xff 'E ,gui ' I 'MY1 Il! fffffflf Ma ff M jj M l'I!f,.,f!1 Wffvfffk Mx A X 6 ! J' Wfff'ffW:WIf ' H+ M- 'fi iff' LQ fig if "The King and I" Is this the way we come ir1'?" M "Mom said I had to bring him." Our Prom . . . E ROYAL "What is that after shave you're wearing?" 4 Q 1 , 5. X4 -. fx--5 N-,X Q' r lm,,1w A fig uf . J - 0 W! ' , 1 Q 1 - 9 ' x H5 -Q. X ' .if N Y Div .. in.. French Club ST ROW: M. Amyot, D . Storie. B. Storie, R. Tayler, K. Nelson, M, Johnston, D. Simons, M. Amyot. BOND ROW: R. Chapman, D. Collister, D. Ayotte. L. Shippee. THIRD ROW: G. Martin, W. Knight, lohnston, B. Martin, E. McAvoy, S. Amyot, K. Marcellus, L. Taylor. FOURTH ROW: D. Hawn, V, rcellus, Mrs. DeLosh, advisor. FIRST R Segouin Library Council L . OW: W. Shibley, S. Ayen, E. Aldrich, K. Gascon. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Preston, advisor, L , W. Nicol, S. Bogart, B. Bogart, Mrs. Lavarnway, Librarian. 47 Cafeteria Help S. Ayen, E. Aldrich, W. Hawn, S. Bogart, L. Segouin, M. Davis, M. Johnston, N. Crawford, G. Martin Announcers H. Demick, R. Chapman, N. Schermerhorn, V. Marcellus. 14, aj - 3 E93 ua 'K eu ft f-xl, Ji. if via A g S Q! .322 57 5 J x Concert FIRST ROW: N. Schermerhorn, N. Chase, W. Shibley. SECOND ROW: E. McAvoy, M. Amyot, C. Ayotte, L. Hollister, D. Emrich. THIRD ROW: L. Chase, J. McGregor. A. Atkins, P. Bickelhaupt, I. Pitcher, H. Walsh, K. Nelson. FOURTH ROW: D. Mitchell, Mr. Bariteau, L. Segouin, D. Emrich, J, Arduine, B. Storie, P. Truax. N ik c . Q .- V .K 3 ,. K L x, . 4 wr 4' 'ii'-'ii'o54VgrvV: 5 ', 5" ' . A W I. ' 1- , 255- , vw 9, 5 . Q' Q ' "' if Ewen "' 1-1-- gf I f E I 5 " 1 J , V X 1 i 8 Fi Q ,fx 9 Q41 X 'XX an X, 3 XL ,NL . Q, ,,,. ,, N,,. 0 ,, Af, W . nw x 3 2 fa ua, if 4 Y' ,- X W E2 fif- H iN gr' m'A. h ,. 'H V 1. 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McGregor. I. Gordon, L. Decker. D. Simons, L. Chase. W. Nicol, N. Schermerhorn, E. McAvoy, N. Crawford, Mrs. Bogardus, director. uintette I. Chapman, A. Laidlaw, C. Bickelhaupt, N. Chase, C. Shindler, Mrs. Bogardus, 1 irector. 53 i' .1 ,1 'J fjbi. 'u ,Q fr ,353 , ATHLETICS in iii iii' i E. hp' f i I -iii 2 5 E E5 is it --R if-" wf -f- E!" :s-' Ag f A' 5m - - ' ""L.- '54 Ez:-' 'E ., A Q55 N , A , ' JJ SP an ir' 5 , S A, sv Get th .4 as ' '59 2 f L 'fr' wr , k11n C Schermerhom S Proven S Ayen ABSENT L 1 i e 5 6 ,, f A ,f R xg '-gy 5 1 33 , R J' f' R ' , X . fm Q 4 gh if I K , nl . . Y ji S 7 -f Q , J- K. . , QM Q f , 9 ., . - 'ef FIRST ROW R Tayler D Stone R Chapman T Marcellus H Dem1ck K Nelson T Sup -aw . . . and More Memories 3.55 55 sf! Q if la! .ff gg -M -an " 'I'l11- 10g-lfilhlll of l IS W1lA'l"f'."' 1119 .1 'ff - Q "R11111111!'u11111cr X111- 111111 ' 6111110115 sgws " l'o111'I1 your Nose" ' ' ' ' ,gqnas mf, -ans'-H www! W 1 4' 412' ' 'Y 1 If ,1 , VF 1? xi E 'Ei 13.1 .1 E ai M.. 4 0 A- ,Qu g1j?T 4? I Haight .W-. " 5 - 11 W1 M s if 1 I "Accor1li11g 111 Nuw1o11, 11 HAS no 0111111 1101111 so111cti111c!" MAJ ' H.C.S - 5 O l" 1 ef f' " 7 5 x 3 X 5 3 S E 47.1 .A -A 1 I 5' It vigil . Ashbury, 11. c.s. 5, .. H fil 2, 1:51 'J .fl . ?' "Sweet taste of success!" K.. -M. 1 ,, f H . 5 ,,f I as ? V Y. . ' , W ' -i 5 53-'53 7 V .. A , i ' f f sa Y ' I . Q, ' Ji if Lt 1 P, ' .iff xl 4 e Q.. h .5 - f D . f ' ' ' x - ...ij t . I - ' ' 1 Q f .... e h e . N he V... ,, ' asm.:-K, : fa-51. K 4- K' 13. .... , ,, V A. . -1,55 1 . s ff A .ie-,. 57 if.. tFl5?!'5 G "Taken out any life insurance 1ately?'?" N :W Q N. ' - l Qzvx K V "'4 AVL fax kkhs 1 -1 vw I N'Q F .- . I tl . , 4 .- 'ee .V -fx!! Weil - Q25 I "The charge of 5, the Light Brigade. and More Won'r this yearbook EVER gel dom-'7'?" y ,w,,,, ,Jw " ,yrs .. - 2.2 W ' Seniors? H-Q, A r- .11 ig , ,K wc d0ll'I claim Ihcm. 1 1 Tuesday gf: 54311. Q vue u X I J ff 2 Eg ' . . . and wc'11 move Lhc parking lot in hcrc . - The Flying Nun strikes again! ! - 3 lb P M and our group had 'X' morn meth , + 4 fi ! Q gr 5' ii ,E fi if Mirror, muror 1n the hand who's the falrest m the 1and'?'P 'Ti' fix NC, -5 Nb' by' Ni ' 29 .wx SL as we W E1 A ljzx an e 1 , ' is I ugh xv . 1 I. 1 , f- -..,..,.-- 'ii 17 3 mf? 'L 0 0 5 not . .S ea W.. -, 5 Ts uf ' 'GFS gym f WHL' 5 o 523' '3 5' fv'5 "6 ' 4 4 l M., ,gs xi i , 2 1, - 1 fs, f Q' ,,, N 5 gps p i . n o oo ss i ' , ,,,,, , .f-uc . -, . , tn 15 5' az: if W, " . 35,4 CL.:-V .5,. -W7 -'w a .. . , 'l' rf" , ' t s 1 1 og r l , , M., 7 "" ' , - n, st completed, we owe many people a debt of thanks, the advertisers A e ipe ed so m y articularly Mrs. Hannan, our faithful, exacting advisor. We also appre- e work !"' iors on the staff who typed, took pictures, sold books, and worked long hours help niw earbook possible. Those aforementioned hours bring back many memories, among more '-sw" es being midnight snacks of dry bologna sandwiches, stale potato chips, and 1 warm re it is We hope you liked it -1,g , g :'g'l s, mislaid pencils and diagonals, and Mrs. Hannan's frustrated cry of, "1t's your Y ook!" ' . . . , . X . . AVV tg Q- ,, gg X x , I ,,, , 1, I if ,j4T'F faux iwllu f cw W f, WW x , fo M arf ! X , X ' X - sit N 4 , X , 1.' X X, N X XX ,, NS? is. . N x xx X N ,I ff f 1 . n. '. ...- n . . ' - n - . v - . ., . ADVERTISERS J 84 M COUNTRYGSTORE Boats - Fishing Supplies - Gas and Oil - Gas at Dock Heated Camps - Groceries Ice Cream - Pop - Souvenirs JOHN and MARY PLATE O Box 22 3 'jj ,7 Rossie, N. Y. "' no ,fy Phone: f"f'q2 324-4886 Compliments of DR. AND MRS. BYRON McAVOY Compliments of HUGH PITCHER PIONEER CORN CO. 4 45 ' 4' E-. If sq Ilif f' ii 2'-x -. . -- x . EP C.. .. xx 5 I Q' Y EA -re Ls IN xxsri I E KL I X X 'X I Xa X. Congratulations and Good Luck Hammond, New York Phone: 324-4128 COI.LIN'S MOTOR SALES, INC. Corner Canton Road and Route 37 Ogdensburg, New York Open Evenings 'till 9 Saturday 'till 5 393-2520 393-2521 THE CORNER PHARMACY "ms Alexandria Bay New York Compliments of MARSAW 8. MARSAW, INC. ':::' 41 ou. ' B xx. ,SN LAWRENCE and DAVE "' QW' . u-:GAS NO! 1 fn Q as Hammond, N. Y. A. 81 D. BOWL S Theresa N. Y if , HIIFCF-J wig BOWL! NG Boats - Cabins - Trailer Park Tent Sites THE LOG CABINS on Black Lake Hammond, N. Y. Phone Morristown 375-6691 CARL and ARLU GARDNER Fishing Tackle - Motors Souvenirs - Bait Etc. HARLOND DAVIS Auctioneer Pamelia Four Corners Household, Stores, Farms, Antiques R. D. 1 Evans Mills, N. Y. PHAROAH ENTERPRISES, INC. 63 Church Street Alexandria Bay, N. Y. Heating Oils Power Digging Boat and Car Storage lox . xx N TAYLOR IMPLEMENT.. INC. 4 560 WEST MAIN STREET -- WATERTOWN. NEW YORK IIII INTERNATIONAL FARM IMPLEMENTS TRACTORS - Tnucxs - TRAILERS INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT Compliments of JOSEPH FISHER QSCN The Good Clothing Store in Ogdensburg HART SCHAFFNER s MARX Compliments of PETE'S BARN I a,,,-,i Stine Road off W nhlh f ..------"' Route 37 xW.g,.: .QCD Redwood, N. Y HI ,, , ' If I EE IQSQSQI .1 Egg 'S SEEN-'S ' Compliments of CUSHMAN LIQUOR STORE The Most Complete Selection of Miniature and Fancy Bottles in the 1000 Islands Choice Selection of Imported and Domestic Wines and Liquors Phone: 482-9651 207 Market Street Alexandria Bay, New York 69 Compliments of HAMMOND AGWAY Hammond New York Farm Supplies Bulk Feed Service ' Y alnstallation and Repair . rsx N,".:',,? 2' f '91 9. 'al W X 2 Nxsi , Xiff-Qgffg STE ,Q , fm "' ' . is X fl, X Xqxw X bi xx xx N lil E A 'rs . rn Q Y -' ' Call: 324-2451 4 V. 7a GOOD FOOD W, A x , Q ,gawis Qiyxdpgzwrx "l g g, ex' F ' 'X . aj. A252 EDGEWOOD RESORT Alexandria Bay, N. Y. GEORGE "Bud" HERBERT Owner Compliments of X CITIZENS XFULLW NILKOIQAI. RH? Compliments of bible K, pppp SN CRAZY C Mi HORSE X AQ. SALOON :D 'f K 4.1 u on o ug iese X-D' Y k B b P 1' Xie Upper Church Street Alexandria Bay, N. Y. ND MOTI Hammond, New York Save at the mSup4 6' 11313310 :I IHSURII1 NATIONAL , ' 'fr BANK Redwood, New York C. Member of F. D. I. 70 xi 'PS 4 Tr, I11 Q CG Q A fa For Each S Cf N .M ,F func' COUNTRY TAVERN A Theresa, New York Grand View Cottage s k Hammond, New Yor MAHALA L. and CLIFFORD DILLON Kinney Drugs I7 LOCATIONS Reliable Pre scriptions Shop in Gouve rneur Best Wishes FROM A FRIEND Compliments of Compliments of BERT TIBBLES LUMBER COMPANY All Kinds of Lumber and Mill Work CAVAI.I.ARIC'S STEAK HOUSE QQ. A C I 0 of a ' Q - Redwood lp' A 5 Q- B D- :fel New York FRANK and coNN1E CAVALLARIO QF 5 - S wann- . ' 1 ' Phone: Alexandria Bay, N. Y. 482-9096 THE T. LAWRENCE COUNTY SAVINGS BANK "The only Savings Bank in St. Lawrence County" LET US HELP EEL :NSN-Q Y 'wig'-'7' 5 fl,- Sdue Zan Money Ogdensburg Mas sena 339 State Street 22-24 Phillips St. Compliments of PERRETTA PACKING CO. INC. Brie r Hill New York 71 L. G. BALFOUR COMPLIMENTS OF THE ROCHESTER OFFICE M3742 We MANUFACTURERS OF FINE CLASS RINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS DIPLOMAS MEDALS AND TROPHIES TAYLOR-MADE YEARBOOKS GLR 93 C-1 o am Ez QE U7 'Do 5 SEE sm SE z if c' if' lull Q2 S I I '90 45,3 International-Bombardier Ski-Doo PETE GILTZ IMPLEMENT CO. R. F. D. 1942 Phone. Theresa, New York 638-5711 O'BRIEN'S BOATS Alexandria Bay New York N X -",fT."Ev"' HUTCHINSON'S BOAT WORKS, INC. Crossman and Bethune Streets Alexandria Bay, N. Y. "BOATS" DOYLE WELL DRILLING Route Z Hammond, New York WILLIAM DOYLE Phone: Proprietor 375-6522 72 Compliment s of CITIZENS TELEPHONE CO. INDEPENDENT Hammond, N. Y. 1 I DON and PAT CERESOLI Compliments of EDWARD HOLLISTER Auctioneer - Registered Holsteins Hammond, New York MORRISTOWN FUEL AND SUPPLY CO., INC. say It with fe LDA FARRAND'S FLOWERS Q1 , . - Na r?Q??,g9Q JFIULUBPS ' ' Nr 1 'wifi W 118 King Street Next to Hepburn Hospital Phone 393-5310 Ogdensburg' "Complete Building Supplies" , Open 8:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M. 3 Morristown, New York Sundays and Holidays HADLOCK'S LOCKLAND FARMS I m ""'-'J u l - -11... u . f s D Q? 411 :-02 - 1 -pf 15 - :Zn v "-5 Silo Unloaders and Gutter Cleaners J. S. Wood House Equipment Line Clay Barn Equipment Line Armour Fertilizers Owatonna Windrowers Gehl Farm Equipment Hammond, New York BAY VIEW RESTAURANT Steaks Chops Fish Fry Morristown, N. Y. 375-6700 Compliments of BASTA'S FLOWER SHOP 619 Main Street Ogdensburg, New York r Your Only S Sz H Green Stamp Florist! 73 Compliment s' of HAMMOND LIQUOR STORE Hammond, New York IUnder New Managementl Compliments of GOUVERNEUR CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC. Feeds, Seeds, and Farm Supplies Crouverneur, New York 13642 W4 F' PRAWS ' H Hom. Dancing -I Q, Proprietor: BOB PRATT ,ri Rossie, New York ga 'Jr WL' 'V I' 'ff Congratulations to the Class of 1971 LEWIS AND LEWIS, INC. Petroleum Products Telephone: 324-2.581 Bottled Gas Hammond, New York Y f I Fox A M FUNERAL Home 2 'v 3 , Q' I Y I uinp , is Hammond, New York JAMES BOGARDUS INSURANCE AGENCY You lltplltll lunar: IIGIIIT 'lllfll 'll lllll' O Morristown, New York 74 .I. GEORGE ROBILLARD AUTO SALES 'SUBARU - World Renowned Quality! "George's Auto wishes your class and everyone happiness through life." CONGRAT ULAT IONS TERRY AND VALERIE AND 1971 SENIORS OF HAMMOND CENTRAL PARDON C. SMITH 8. CO. VINCENT GIBSON, Owner Heating - Plumbing - Wiring Hammond, New York RIHIUS :mr You can't bait T Compliments of HESS FURNITURE Ogdensbtirg, New York Varden Photography f C - W I Y . f 3 Drwe-In ' s ffffgflf if i- : ' - E"-"' fm' Phone: 393-2021 Route 41437 Ogdensburg, New York Good Health From Compliments of BROWN'S DAIRY, INC. I I .H 1 ll MICHAEL W. JOHNSTON xl z. ,1 . ,H 'N' Professional Taxidermist .I Triangle Road O d b 55? Hammond, New York liejvngoig -ml lj Phone: 324 -441 5 QJES- . Birds Fish Gameheads 75 Compliments of CHAPMAN'S ANTIQUES Guns and Ammunition Coins and Stamps Glass and China Furniture ,fy Plant for Profit with 1165... H M vf. je. Dekalb -2, WILLIAM M. JOHNSTOI' Triangle Road Hammond, New York Phone: 324-4415 HOWARD LUMBER CO., INC. Kitchens Planned Millwork and Mason Supplies Quality Lumber 20-46 Patterson Street Ogdensburg, New York Telephone 13151393-5220 FREE DELIVERY Compliments of SMITH'S ANTIQUES Hammond, New York OGDENSBURG AGWAY Feed, Seed, and Farm Supplies "Where you get the best for less" Patterson Street Ogdensburg, N. Y. Phone: 393-4300 76 LOOK Another Ad From Mustang - Falcon - Fairlane - Ford -Thunderbird COLLlN'S MOTOR SALES INC. Canton Road Route 37 Ogdensburg, N. Y. BUSINESS A 8: W - AN ISLAND OF REFRESHMENT Patterson Street Ogdensburg, New York EVAN'S HOUSE Route 37 Morristown, New York HAMMOND ENTERPRISES Hardware, Fishing Tackle, Gas, Paint Hammond, New York LAVARNWAY'S BOWLING ALLEYS Bernard J. Lavarnway, Prop. Hammond, New York HENRY'S MARKET Alexandria Bay New York BLACK LAKE TRADING POST Edwardsville New York J Sr S CARPET SHOP Hammond New York D. GORDON WARREN, GENERAL CONTRACTING Sand Street Brier Hill, New York MARSAW and PROVEN Skiroules and Trailers Hammond, New York RUSS WILSON Seaway Shopping Center Ogdensburg, New York HAUCK'S HOTEL Black Lake Road Hammond, New York MISS LYN'S BEAUTY SALON Morristown New York PATRONS JOANIE'S HAIRSTYLING Brier Hill New York P 8: C FOOD MARKET Seaway Shopping Center Ogdensburg, New York PEARL'S DEPARTMENT Alexandria Bay New York DAIRY QUEEN Ogdensburg New York COFFEE KITCHEN Black Lake New York MORT BACKUS 8: SONS Ogdensburg, New York Phone: 393-5899 STORE SISSY'S WILLOW BAY INN Black Lake Road Marion Bernard, Proprietor AL'S MEN SHOP 229 Ford Street Ogdensburg, New York GILMOUR'S VARIETY SHOP Morristown New York RAY GEARY CHEVROLET INC. Ogdensburg ' New York NORTH STAR MOTEL Alexandria Bay New York RAY'S BARBER SHOP Brier Hill New York BUSINESS PATRONS McLEAR'S MOTOR REPAIR Hammond, New York Phone: 375-8831 HOWIE'S SUPER MARKET Hammond New York BUD'S TAVERN Route 37 Redwood, New York GARY HAGEN Valley Farm Supplies Hammond, New York LYNDE DAIRY BAR Gouverneur New York MASON'S JEWELERS Gouverneur New York MALLETTE'S GROCERY Rossie New York GASCON BROS. - WELL DRILLING Year Round Work Guaranteed Hammond, New'York Phone: 324-2761 DOXTATER'S MARKET Pamelia 4 Corners Evans Mills, New York THE GLOBE STORE 302-16 Court Street Watertown, New York ALLAN FELDER Arco Atlantic Redwood, New York MACK'S HOTEL Edwardsville New York MAX ALPERT, INC. Clothing and Footwear Watertown, New York CARBONE'S SHOE STORE Gouverneur New York STUBBY'S GRILL Ron and Jean Lloyd Redwood, New York CHARLES GARLOCK 8: SONS INC. Alexandria Bay New York GUERRIERI'S INC. 39 James Street Alexandria Bay, New York FOLINO'S SHOE STORE Tony Folino, Prop. Alexandria Bay, New York KABEL CHEVROLET Redwood New York KAPLAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Gouverneur, Canton, Potsdam New York EGGLESON'S ANTIQUE SHOP Potato Street Road Morristown, New York CAPPELLINO ABATTIOR, INC. 108 W. Main Street Gouverneur, New York RITE EQUIPMENT Gouverneur New York ADAMS -PAGANO PHARMACY, INC. 422 Ford Street Ogdensburg, N. Y. Phone: 393-3600 BUSINESS PATRONS MENZO H. PRESTON Calendars and Ad Specialties Hammond, New York MERRY'S FARM SUPPLY Riding Academy - Antique Store Route 37, Ogdensburg, New York SHIRLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP' Hammond New York CARBINO'S JEWELRY STORE 201 Ford Street Ogdensburg, New York PATRICK'S ESSO Bait - Tackle - Souvenirs - Gifts Chippewa Bay, New York BOGARDUS' CAMPS River Road Morristown, New York W. S. PENNY COMPANY John Deere Farm Machinery Theresa, New York ALBERT F. HARTMAN FEED Purina Chows - Bagged and Bulk Redwood, New York 482-9192 HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT 19 St. Lawrence Street Alexandria Bay, New York Best Wishes to the Clas of 1971 THE ROYAL and THE MANOR RESTAURANT Alexandria Bay, New York CHARLIE'S TAVERN Hammond New York WRIGHT'S SPORTING 'GOODS 8: MARINA Morristown New York DONALD ROBINSON 8: SONS Black Lake New York LENNOX'S GENERAL STORE Hammond New York HOME RESTAURANT Proprietor: Basil Bass Hammond, New York WILDE'S GENERAL STORE Proprietor: Gary Bass Hammond, New York HACKETT'S HARDWARE Ogdensburg New York EMILE FAUBERT Well Drilling - Work Guaranteed Hammond, New York Phone: 324-2531 MERLE LAIDLAW Dairy Crop Salesman from AGWAY BROWN'S ANTIQUES Highway 37 Hammond, New York Phone: 324-4434 ST. LAWRENCE AGENCY, INC. Insurance and Real Estate Serving the St. Lawrence Valley CLINTON SLATE Fuel Oil and Gas Hammond, New York SIMPSON'S DRUG STORE Ford Street Ogdensburg, New York PAT and ROGER KEMP Meats and Groceries Morristown, New York Compliments of DAVIS S. AND JEAN COLLISTER DONALD E. ROBINSON gl SONS FRED SI-IURTLEFF'S INC. John Deere - Avco Equipment Washington St. , Ogdensburg, Ogdensburg and Hammond, New York New York B. F. Goodrich Tires, Frigidare Appliances HUNTER'S BULK MILK SERVICE Theresa New York PATRONS M1Lo and ELEANOR HOLLISTER GERALD HOLLISTER Hammond Hammond New York New York STUART and ELEANOR DEMICK MR. and MRS. NEIL STORIE Hammond Hammond New York New York GENE and VIV FORSYTHE MR. and MRS. OLIN SPIES Hammond Redwood New York New York MR. and MRS. ALLEN DUNHAM MR. and MRS. KARL D. STORIE Hammond Hammond New York New York Gerald and Ruth Jones Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter and Mrs. Jack Legacy and Mrs. Lee Woodcock and Mrs. George L. 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