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Kmdergartnn WaynC Pulterluy ACT IVITIE9 Student C ouncll Natxonal Honor Socnty Grapu Press Dana Band Clubs Cholr Oflicgrs Choxr Band Officers and Majorettes Band Jumor Hxgh Vluslc Vmtagu Staff SPGR I S Soccer Chserlradgrs Varslts Bask tball Jumor X TFSIIQ Basketball IA LI Y Board ol Idug muon Staff SLNIIOR ACT IVIT ILS H V' -AY--Ml-- Q- .r Q. ' 1 P-n-, , - . - . C n ""TT-- - . , 4,,,,.. - , ,,,,,.,. . , ,,,,,,. - , ,,,,,,,,. , , . ,,-,,,, , - :' ' N , ' 1 , , - , k - ,..,,.... 4. 1 ---,-- ,, . - - I g 'I ,-,,,.. - . , ,,,4,,,.... x i7 - ' ' T--- ' ' , Pleasant Valley ------- 4 - . 4 K .1 Y - --,. - .. , ,,,,,..,.. , ,s,,,,,,,. 1 D ..-,.... - X I' "'-- - - - ' 5 -,..,.. - . . X 5 I 3 .,.. - - - - - - .' ' ' c ---- - - - 4 V 'I Y x 4 , - . - 3 CQ ' fl' - - - f-f- - - - - . f 1 ' - ----- - - :L ' ' ' 3 ,,,, , - - - R Seniors ml LQ W Wh 2 DONAI D BAII Y I DONIAI D BLNIHAX1 GFORCJ BRAXI R BLVLR1 Y CARPI:Nnl l:R JAM! 5 CONRAD 8 PA IRICIA DARI GERAI D DUNIN KAROLINE EMILSON STEVE PAY IQUGIQNH IINIJEY RUBY FOSTER JANE T QI-ROXV HUGH HINIEY BY I IY HOAD lx-XX HUCHI5 JOAN HUSILD LDMUND KOLO 10 -fu in-...nn-......fAw CI RRI DINIL IAWRI NCL XXANDA MARVIN MICH!-XI I I IINEHAN DONNA VICCANNI LUGLNE MCCAINN XIHRILX N N1 CANN PRISCII I A 'XI VIII I AN PA YRICIA INI BI WHEEI.ER IVIEYERS Y ROBERT OBROCI-ITA PAULINIJ RICE WILLIAM SANFORD 12 FRANCIS SCHOEFFLER ROBERT SHUART SI-IIRI LY SILVERINAII RONALD SIMMONDS I LROY TURNER THOMAS TUTTLIL JERRY TCTTLIL 13 Donna McCann. Secretary Robert Shuart, Vice-President Eugene Finley, President Karoline Emilson. Treasurer 1,1 September of '49 saw a group of struggling young Freshmen enter high school to become the present Class of '53-. In this year. under Bobby Obroch- ta. president, we held a dance and bake sale. These were far overshadowed, however, by the fact that we were grow- ing up. The boys started trying out for sports, and the girls tried for cheerlead- mg. This fairly uneventful year ended finally and brought a more thrilling year in which we were able to do more things which we thought high school students should do. Vkfith Betty I-load as president, and an all girl slate of offic- ers. we succeeded in having two dances and a bake sale. However, with the coming of the end of the year we ordered our class rings and a fortunate few were tapped for Honor Society. Vv'ith these bright spots our Sophomore year closed. Bob Shuart acted as president in our Junior year and both he and the year proved to be good ones. Again we featured dances and a bake sale. This year, though, we added stationery sales to raise our treasurer's report. We really grew up this year and in doing so helped plan the Junior-Senior Prom and completely planned the Junior-Senior Banquet. With our new growth. the Senior Class decided they couldn't do without us. and so, chose two from our class to be in their Senior Play, "Cheaper by the Dozen." The year ended with two big events for all. although they both dealt with only a few students di- rectly. ln May Mike Linehan and Betty Hoad, with the aid of two very good campaign managers. campaigned for Student Council President. Also in May Mike Linehan and Donna McCann. along with three runners-up traveled to Syracuse University to the Citizenship Conference. With the close of this very eventful year, we again entered the Hammonds- port portals as the Senior Class. This year we chose Eugene Finley to represent us as our president. Again we helped plan the Junior-Senior Prom, but weren't allowed around the Juniors when they were planning the banquet. However, this didn't dampen our spirits. ln this time Eugene McCann rose to be our star basketball player and several of our girls started sporting diamonds. Our good citizens again went to Syracuse University and brought back what they learned for the rest to hear. Several of our fellow students were fortunate to receive scholarships which we're sure will be put to good use. While getting ready to close this chapter of our lives, we put on the play, "He Done Her Wrong." To record our contributions and to leave our impression on all who would see. we leave our '53 Yearbook for a reminder of having spent our high school years and the best years of our lives here in Hammondsport Central School. 14 nf ,lf X X 17 X X Q 11155 ,W fi vi Q Classes F N N 'N XS 18 X 'ff - rx! Z 'QX N A M s s s' x s "x , ,ff 'T' '- uname The class of '54 has had a successful year under the capable leadership of Jim Gelder, Bound on all sides by activities and studies the class strove to finance the Junior-Senior Ball and Banquet, and get a start towards the Annual next year. The money-raising prob- lem was tackled at once and various means were used to overcome this situation. Weekly cake sales, pop sales and check rooms at the basketball games, dances and bake sales helped the Juniors over their financial hurdle. By March the class treasury showed over S2001 Besides money-making, the class has benefited the school by placing three of its girls on the Varsity Cheerleading squad - not to mention its excellent players on the Varsity team who were in- fluential in earning I-lammondsport its good season. The Junior Glass had athletics in the other sports such as soccer, volleyball and baseball. Other than athletic activities, the class was scholastically minded, for five Junior Girls were members of National Honor Society. Aside from the class activities, each Junior participated regu- larly in some other school function. The Dance Band was composed largely of Juniors. This year's class is eagerly looking forward to a wonderful Senior yea? which will be packed with fun and happy memories. We can only hope that the most important year, the Sen- ior year, will prove as interesting and profitable as those of the past. We look forward to it with great anticipation and pleasure. James Gelder. President Charles Ball, Vice-President Ann Potter. Secretary Beverly Rutledge, Treasurer '31 I 7' ,V 3 1 4 A CL' 77 :Y M 7' P 2 F :1 I 3 5 v- XJ A -1 A G 3 rw O Z -1 -1 IV V :I I .4 .-. u 27' 3 ... J: A E, f 6 -1 27' -1 x E P.. .N 1' :: LIE C :: A ul 7 2 FT I :A 2: 5 C.. 5 C m f, 7' c -1 fN f ? 5 4 G -1 LIT f: 1-. 3 Z L' 4 77 h EQ C -1 f. ,. 7 FI e T T' 5 ,M 7 c.. 'IC n 'T GT 1 .,. A Q 1 4 Q 3 4 A 5, 7 7 7 ..- f, D :Q . PC E 7 T' A -1 -1 W fN 4 3 -1 Y :f 5 ,N if 5 5. p Z' 9 v ,- Q -1 vw-sf ii? 'ip ,yin 66444 7754 The Sophomores have had a busy year under their president, Paul Robbins. The other officers were: vice-president, Art Marrol secretary, Betty Sanford: treasurer, Rosamonde Rice: parliamentar- ian, Vera Blidberg and news reporter, Janice Heffer. A great majority of the Sophomores took part in eXtra-curricu- lar activities. These were: history club with Betty Sanford, a sopho- more, as president: dance band, science club, future nurse's club, F. H. A., band and choir and athletics. Basketball was the highlight in athletics. Seven Sophomores were on the Junior-Varsity team and four Sophomore girls were Junior-Varsity cheerleaders. Other sports were soccer and volleyball. From the Sophomore class two girls, Joan Lofgren and Betty Sanford were majorettes for Senior Band. Our money-making projects were one bakesale and two dances which brought our treasury up to about ninety dollars. In the fall the class sponsored a masquerade dance which was very successful. The dance was enjoyed by all and the prize for most original cos- tume went to Betty Sanford and Vera Blidberg. ln the Spring they sponsored a "space" dance. This was a success also. Altogether we feel that we have enjoyed a year full of activities and interests, a year of achievement and promise for the two remain- ing years knowing that they will be two of the most important years of our lives. We can only hope that they will prove as vital and as interesting as our first two years of high school. lt seems dificult for us to realize that only two years from now it will be this class which has the responsibility for producing a yearbook which can measure up to those of the past. But that will be just one of our responsibil- ities - we feel sure we can meet them all. Rofamondc Rice. Treasurer Arlzur Marro. Vice-President Belly Sanford. Secretary Paul Robbins, President 'J-'T L: fy.- fi xi C... :rv ,E If jg Y 77 or E? .1 fi -.--1 A-. Z 53. Lv nf inf' E P9 7T" ,,. L H C5 :L rg IA L.. L.5" T4 nm 'Q-:J 2? 1--5 Z7 aff fn: F 2' 0 WP IFF YT 5-I fl -1 '1,- 35 0 r F'5 Un fm E-7 fd S PL I. Q.- :Nl E' U7 ,A .., n, -.:: F. V7 fm 55 7-'J '7- 75 Et f? :I 73 f' F -w A ,V C 1 4 w 1 A I r. '- .1 77 e if 3' 5 .J 7 ..- C 5 Z n m 5' L. 5- Q m , . 9 FU -1 - ..- c -1 3 .4 Lf 5' C 'JT- -1 n D G n -1 C 4 T Q '- :I L Z Z 1 ': 7 E' :s C , -1 C.. F7 G -1 Z -1 T w f. :- c fi EE C 7' Z w 3 .4 L. v G -n -1 4 'JI' -v-' ..- f-. 7 n w ,- u fi 1 r' A 7 ,.. f. A -1 E 2. 7. I V I H121 luol A 'LY JOY U cl 'JUN '21 'UU IIJUUJQ A P3121 Hlnq SOAOCI ' 'Pi JVINI 'S uyx ,I, ' POUAXX 'EI FSI -Q 1: Z Z 'J 3, 4,4 1955 440, Wa wx M--,, 5: -,. 3 This year's Freshman Class was very active in all activities. The class, led by Ed Nudd, president and Howard Cook, vice-pres- ident, cooperated well with the Student Council and a great many of the Freshmen acted as hall monitors. The frosh were well represented in sports, having five men on the soccer team. The girls in the class were not idle, for two of them made the Junior Varsity Cheerleading squad. Musical interest was high also as four boys and twelve girls participated in High School Choir while eight boys and ten girls were represented in High School Band. A large number of these Frosh were engaged in History and Science clubs. The class also worked well as a unit with all cooperating as shown by the success of its dance, "The Freshmen Flop," which was far from what the name implies. The first year of High School has been a momentous year for all of us. We have started on the final years of education for most of us and we look forward with great anticipation to those years ahead. XVe feel sure that they will fullfill the promise of our begin- ning. We are particularly grateful to our oflicers: Ed Nudd, Howard Cook, .lean Hampton and Linda Lou Perry. We can only hope that our leadership in the years ahead will be as fortunate. e lidward Nudd, President Jean Hampton. Treasure f Z 7 Z 1 4 L Z 3 Z D W CT Lf -x L D c -1 fs Lf -1 4 PU G n n -Q an 'T GJ L1 -1 -1 m 2 TT Lf f n 9 ,... ,H w E .- v A F Z 2 5 7 2 -1 1 1 smru X1 'llmy 'cd 'puug 'W 'JJIABI 'Q 'ucwupqoyi 'gl 'uvag 'y 'qsnlg '21 'M11'h'.1dS 'Ii kuyuvw 'S 'swag 'I' 'wluywtl - A .nail qljgl '9U1U0Qj7W 'U 'U01dlUl'H 'I' '-UND 'Cl 'PPNN 'Zi 'UOJFIIPLNI 'I' IPFLULPS 'H ' IUVI '21 4 " U21 LU 10:1 n -1 Q. ,V f- f V ,V 'T 'I' vt A .J 'J' -Q ,- ., f. 3' :J v E33 W 7 :x Q F Z C M cr 0 -. :s F 3' JT La I : .. La :x U if f. O 3- A -x -1 C73 I 3 .. 3' ,V G Ili G f. :J Q. SC C , 4 Vu 77 Z :- Z' -. V--1 vu G La E! 3 cn c 0 -1 vs L. 3 9- W O 2 -1 Ya IJ c. C 71 O 'U 5 73 c -1 1 C -1 -Q -4 I VT 2 Y' A '5 f ua 7' x Z E. 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Saltsman. 7mz4 .runt Run Second Run Ihircl Row l'ront Row li Ieeel. I.. Sorlwer. .l. lries. IL. Clriswultl. Nl. liml. 5. Potter. J. Yarnew l Rwlwl1ins l' Beers. U lnvlor. .l. Jensen. S Iomplxins J. Snell. Cl. L'tter. Cl. Smith. H. Bniley. l. Pauclxlev. lg. Vandellner. . Newman. .l. Xlummert. .l. Kulml. .Ir. D. Block. R. Andrews. S. Howell C. Plteher. N. Bronson. J. Mosher. I.. Bltn h t c cr. Conmd. R. Bates. I.. Gilbert Xllller. .l. Grlfllths. A. Iongwell J. Hull. .I. Klendall. R -Ivler. D. Crux: 5ee0ml Row - R. llxeks. D. 'X'.tnNesS. R. XVest0n. Il. llagadorn. I5 lprway. IT Rosette. Nl. ljnelf. Rem' - XVelHster. S. l.ulv:gle .l. Potter. D Sillimnn. ennett. D. N'l.1nn.Cf. Sorber. K. Swnrthout. S. Decker. CH. Snvder. I.. Angel R. Priest. N Allen. ce-. 4? .1 4 ..-i-F1 2 -.a f 40 .., l5ron! Row Second R0 w Third Row l5r0m Row Second Row 'lihird Row - Back ROW - -p O - Nl. Rccil. Xl. lriano. R. Klcfionncll. S. Snvdur. N. Sallsmnn. S. fjlirvslcr I l. Millard, S. Bcnnclt. N Beers. XX' llngcrdon. -- ll. Schuvlcr. A. Green. J. Hcffcr. HH. Simonson. Ci Nichols. XV, llill, J. Pcrry J. Hill. D. DAY. R. Mnrlin. - A. Mori. J. lnwrcncc. 'lf Maynard. M. Ciurow. B. Balcy. D. Sclilcssclman J. V.'.nVlictc. D. Ames. J. Slmllon, . Hcrlvcrl. C. XVrighI. D. Burns. R. XV.ilkcr. J. Carpenter. A XVilkinsnn. N S.illsm.in. B. Knowles. C. Acklcx. H. Guerin. J. Sebring. li. Daggcll, J. Nhloncv. R. Ribble. I.. Snell, J. Mann R. Rice, J. Pcnclcll. B. McDaniels. S. Evans. S. Angel. S. Scott. M. Morse. J. Vandcrlindcr. G. Ayers XV. XVright. B. Bates, R. Decker. N. Schmidl. 7 v V. nf, Y na-V E 3 A 4 N ' V A -,- , , , g fp ,, K i I 5? ' g - af A 4 f 5 fs K 1 wick 'W W' 4' . ' 'V ? .. hwy at gh L A ,. H ,if 5, 13,54 f 5. ..4. ie, ,Q N' A ,f , hh 4 df iw 'WIT ,S+ ""'g35'.vg4i ,,,,. 3451 wi'-4? 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Noyes. ?rwnl Run' - Mm-'rmni Rwxx Iiack Rom f- lron Rom I R lov ffront Row - J. Cunlcv. .l. Huwcll, V. Rolvlvtnx. .l. Sinccrlmx. S. Ctillwrt. I. Imngwcll R. Y.ll'1lJL'lil'1dCI'. Sccwnd Row - J. Stanton. M. XVhitt.1kcr. D. Olvrvchta. V. Sides. R. Dcukur. A. Infgrcn R. Brundagc. XV. Dowdlc. Bad-. Row -. D. Kwlkmvski. G. XYright. C. Cftvnmd. X1. Hubbs. D. Blnncllur. .X Mclnlirc B. Ixtngwcll. Www Iiront Row - lf. DAV. I.. Burns. A. Allen. M. Scbring. NV. Votavn. D. Day. I, Swnrthout Back Row - P. Brown. C. Holland. C. Cinvlor. .I. Jnhns. R. Barcis. B. Smith. N. Burns. pedleaeq Trwnt Row 4 CH. Dunn. D. Dunn. .l. Thompson. D. Slwnc. T. Ovcrhiscr. D. Ncshit. C. Dowdlc. R. Thompson. Second Row 4 CS, Conlcv. Cl. Tltrhcld. J. Sthuvlcr M, Thompson. ,X Bcnnclt. Y, Tfairhcld. M. Gow cn. D. Northrup. B Norlhrup. R Dowdlc. C, Cmwcn R. Nudd. Back Row 4 Tl. Bennett. I.. Vfagncr. D, Minncrlv. R. Vrcnch. .1, Hollcv. C. Tfgcsi. C. Conlcv. T. Mcdrck. B, Dovvdlc. J. Gowcn. C. Thompson. Zecwcmz' Wczlieq T'rOnt Row 4 .T George. T. Smith, .I Decker, C. Brcwcr. K. Gilbert, C. Sinccrhox. Second Row 4 C. Bates. K. Miller. Tx. .-Xllcn. S. Slater. R, Rout. P, Ncwnmn. K. Sinccrhwx. M. Obrochta. Back Row 4 M. States. G. Shafer. J. Smith. G. Vrisk. A, Kolo. T. Gcroxx T.. Saltsnmn. XY. Sprague. B. Xxfaugh. ,X l 3' ,X mom cu-ryllmilmg sccms to happcn in School. .-Xml il all looks amuSinq. slrmql or lust lI'lxOIUpfLlHLIlSll'Jl f ffjff ff! In SL md ldmr xoursnll iv am ,Wm 491 li' you wcrcrfl llncru v ox' L x for 7 1 U L f -1 , V ' , 5 l Y , V1-1, f mfnm' I W " 3 4 . ' Aw , fa! ' I if , . V U ! P I -x - L' li: 1' l , ,A It l Y fl "1 , ll ' , ' 1 V -M" 1 1 I 364 .Al . l', ' W rhli' 1 T A x XA AX Actzfuztzes i:?Q Q1 X as X X laden' cd! Vv'ith many worthwhile planks in his platform. Nlike l.inehan was elected President of Student Council and the almost all-male council succeeded in carryf ing out much of his program, The councils Hrst move was to drop the point system. They felt it was an unsatisfactory plan. since it gave the students. already receiving honors. just another honor. therefore not carrying out its original purpose. The outstanding thing the council did was to present a talent show in order to pay for the varsity cheerleaders uniforms. This show met with tre- mendous success. due to the efforts ol the council. the cheerleaders. the contes- tants, and the cooperation of the towns people. Another project carried out was the amending of the constitution, calling for a Sophomore to run for vicefpresident of the Student Council in order to give younger students an idea of politics and to increase the the schools interest in student Government. Alon with this same idea. the council made su 1 vestions as 5-c for electing officers of clubs and classes. Toward the end of the year the council showed movies during the noon hours with money left over from the talent show. This years Student Council has made a lasting contribution to the years ahead, There are still many. many problems to be solved and we hope succeed- ing Student Councils will be able to solve them. lfront Row - J. Cielder. M. l.inehan. D. McCann. R. Shuarl. C Ball. H. Cook. Back Row -- S. Stevens. P. Robbins. A. Morrow. E. lfinley. li. Nudd. R. Swain. J. Koeberle. J. Cole. tional Www Saccttq The National Honor Society of Hammondsport Central experienced an- other successful year under Miss Haradon's capable leadership. Vsle started the yearly program by electing Betty Hoad. president: Steve Fay. vicefpresident: Donna McCann, treasurer: and Nancy Cole. secretary. Various accomplishments of the Society included a talent show, Korean Relief program. Grape Press. Honor Roll. news column as well as the tapping ceremony and installation of Juniors. The talent show was made up of students and was presented as an assembly program, The Korean Relief consisted of a clothes drive throughout the school. These were sent to the Church World Service in Korea. A letter of gratifying thanks was received for our ZOO pounds of clothingf Every month an article is chosen from the Grape Press for out- standing journalism. The writer receives a free issue of the Grape Press. com- pliments of the Honor Society. Most of you have seen the news column in the local newspaper which is written by National Honor Society members. To do all these activities. it is necessary to have access to money. Since none of the members' relatives are connected with the bank. it was decided to raise the funds the hard way. A bake sale was held to help this situation. A more steady income was supplied by paper sales and. of course. hard workf We believe we have done a very good job around Hammondsport Central School this year. l-et's see more of you students in Honor Society next year. Sitting - S. lfay. N. Cole. R. Obrochta. D. McCann. K. lzmilson. Nl. l.inehan. Standing - lp. l-inley. S. Bond, .l. Obrochta. D. Decker, B. Swain, B. Rutledge. 7644 The Grape Press this y'ear has really' been two books in one. The Junior High School has contributed stories. contests and some very' interesting articles. They' have also chosen a different editor for each months issue to give each one the chance to show his ability' in journalism. Maybe some of these editors will be our future senior editors. The High School part has consisted of senior biog- raphies. alumni news opinion polls. cross word puzzles. moyie and book re- XieWS and many' other articles which proyed to be very' interesting to the student body The sports section especially has been aliye with our new section the Re bounds on which Tom Tuttle and Steye Fay spent a great deal of lime ln the future years w e hope to haye some sports writers that can equal their ability to give the students a good laugh T hey have also used sports opinion polls to brighten and liven up their section Vluch credit also goes to Kugene lVlcCann our Art Editor He glye up 1 great deal of his time to make our paper presentable and we appreciate it Other workers who deserve credit are Eugene Finley business manager who made sure tlle Grape Press was on sale at noon Donna McCann and Priscilla McMillan whom we would have been lost without for they are the ones who made sure our paper was put out Kav Hughes who kept after the typists until their stencils were in on time Janet Gerow w ho had charge of assignments and of course Betty Hoad our editor who thought up the ideas and most important features of our paper l 'VlcQann R Shuart J Gerow Seewnel Row nil ir .lv or e ee os e A Potter M McCann P McMillan M Normin ey Coe l Heffer B Car enter V Nlirxin Bene P lNebe Decker B Robinson M Sprague Ci Allen Biek Row inrid B Bu ey l hirel Row T' V I Q D 3 YB V 1 X h I X A e ' L s 4 s e A ' ' ' s L ve A -A V 3 7 YH I 7 1 D' B V' I V X v y s s s s r 7 e I L I I I Y 73 3 3 I B Y 1 X ' ' A ' 1 i ' 9: L K 1 1 v ' I X ' Y 3 I 5 l5ront Row - D. McCann. K. Hughes. Fay. T. Tuttle. ll, l5inley'. B. Swain. J. Tuttle. 1. A 1 . , . . ' -- S. lfries. S. Silver fl. D. Cl. k. B. G fl . J. Hvael. J. Hust'l. R. l: .'t'r. "t '4D.e3.ir-QN. i-.Q e ff p f 3 1. . '- -.D . ' ' -- J, Ce . , , Tyler, P. A L T T 4 . 1 K 3 'E . at T ar 2 N if ance Zane! The Dance Band has made great strides in year l05Z-53. Besides playing for all of the school dances. the band was invited to furnish the music for the Central School Principals Association dinner meeting at Hotel Syracuse in October. The band enjoyed a very fine trip and was complimented very highly by the master of ceremonies and also in the NYSCSPA bulletin for November. They furnished dinner music for the New York State Milk Produceris meeting at Cohocton Central School in January. The group also furnished the music for the Steuben Potato Growers Convention at Avoca. As a reward for their excellent work the group took a trip to Rochester and enjoyed the hit musical production of "Guys and Dolls." This organization gives those people interested in this type of music a chance for expression, The organization is fully equipped with regulation dance orchertra stands as well as a complete public address system. Standing - A. Potter. P, Nebe. M. Sprague. K. McCann. Sitting - B. Swain. lf. Burns. R. Reed. J. Gelder. l.. Ketchum. T. Tuttle, B. Sanford. C. XXlJI11l70lCl. J. Bronson, lf. Bailey, i 1 2 l M ff Kale fghmdfgtnpq f' 3 GN 4 DRAMATIC CLUB l'ronl Row - C. Ball, H. Cwun, D. Decker. l.. llnlcv. C. Pollcr. B. Swain. A. Potter. fkucnnd Row - Xl. l.inclmn. 'lf Tuttle. IE. l5al.cy. R. Shunrt. Smnding 7 J. Huslcd. R. liostcr, G. Allen. C. l..1f.s. S. Bond. N. Cole. M. Sprague. lx. McCann. P. Dart. F. H. A. lion! Row - T. Vs'hcv:lcr. A. Claylor. A. Davis. M. Beers. P. Bennett. 'luqonnl llow - D. Ciiflflx, B. Cnlylor. G. hmm. J Olwroglmm. J. lll1SlCLl. l.. Oplinycr fllnnlinv - P. Scott. S. Xlvlhcclur. R. Grlmcs 5. . B. nxolo. B. Robinson. ll. Allen. B. bmnh C, l..1 S. J. l.ulxaclxo. FUTURE NURSES Qi llng 4 R Rurup. ll. Dar.. Cl. Day. D, Lnrpcntcr. Y. Bldbcrg. A. Daxxs. LQ1.xn..i.xg - B. Huachcs. 55. Zqlmoqillsr. A. .V l ..n.lr. l.olx14n. l..XX:1Lln. ll. San' lux., 1 .:.m.xn. J. lhlur al. A. Llavlor HISTORY CLUB lfront Row - B. Robinson. V. Blidberg. G. Scott. R. Nudd. J. Perrv. B. Sanford. B. Ball. M. Lofgren. J. Phippen. S. Kuhl. S. Story. N. Stevens. Second Row - IZ. Holley. P. Bennett. A. Dean. P. Scott. J. Hoad. R. Clark. S. Stevens. J. Cirifliths, D. l..tss. G. Green. Third Row A XV, Rail. P. Regal. D. Glea- son. B. Moore. N. Bailey. B. Hicks. R. Cook. I. Herman. R. Snyder. G. Burns. Back Row - R. Triano. D. States. XV. Dra- per. C. Iickert. J. Burns. J. Ketchum. SCIENCE CLUB Sitting - P. Scott. A. Dean. J. lload. ll. Nudd. Standing + XV. XVillsinson. H. Bates. li. HIL- or Cann. The purpose of the Science Club is to encourage interest in the held of scien.c and to simulate 'cenihc observation and th.nk- ing. The club has begun a series of expe- riments and it is hoped that its membership will grow as interest develops. LIBRARY CLUB fu.tt.nA1 - C. Barton. IS. Xloore. IL Holler. L.. Moulton. '.t.tndirtg 7 D Tvler Nl. Barton. P Patter- wn. IB. Dault.n'.ts. N. liailev D L'tier. D l'e.luo.Iv. .- .Xmea ii Swartlii ut Nl ihompson. P Snell Under the capable leadership of Mrs. Bernard Depew, the Senior Choir opened the school year with eager expectation of many colorful events to follow. This year two groups of girls were chosen from the choir for special occasions. These, the triple trio and a double quarette were well received when they presented numbers for the "Ladies Night" program of the Hammonds- port Chapter of Eastern Star. They will be featured in future concerts and entertainments as well. The entire choir anxiously awaited the evening of May 8th when they presented their annual "Spring" concert. Much preparation was made in the planning of solos, duets and ensembles as well as a very extended variety of choral numbers. This was a joint concert. The Senior Choir concluded its "sin in sessions" for the ear b resent- g S Y Y P ing special music for the baccalaureate service in June. Nluch credit of course goes to our talented accompanist, Earl Bailey. It would be hard to realize a rehearsal or concert without faithful Earl at the piano. A, Davis P. Nebe R. Shuart M. Bond K. McCann N. Cole D. Decker D, Thomas 'I' 7- ,1 E Z A 4 ,.. Q ,- V 6 f, 7... 4 -1 A 4 1 4 4 B f-x 4 -1 'JT 4 4 p- Q f T W 'J 4 7 ,,., IJ 7: 2 ,N f. c L 7' :J f 7' 5 Z' JT T A 5 E 3' 7 W -1 3 z 4 4 7f f 73 L' 4 G 4 uc 2 :a 73 4 4 -1 f. 7 I , 4 p :s f. 3 . Y 5 A 7' I r' 4 7 7 7 A I 4 7 f J I 4 f, I 1 I P A 2 7 .1 -1 U C 5 FL .N A 44 A V 'S 5. 'TC 4 -1 - .... 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The Chirstmas frogram for the school and concert in the evening was considered a success by all. The Spring Concert was appreciated by many as showing a great im- provement over last years. The Band will play a concert at the Y. A. Center this Spring as well as taking part in the Nlemoriil Day exercises. An active Summer program is an- ticipated with concerts each Saturday evening in the park. olgren Sanlord Nelie V7 NlcXlillan 413, 3 fi 1 Oven .!. Cierow 7. 17' 1 ' 1 'L' A Q1 A ,. A f I. Z' 7 1 I A Z' L 1 -.1 .N 1 7 I I Z 7-' 1 1 Z 7 7 - A 7 7 - A ,N 1 .N I I 4 7 7 . 7'- -.1 .1 7 .N ,,-.. I , -1 ,- 7 E f f, Y 7 A 1 A 7 . 7. .N F -.1 1 2 I J 1 1 A V .Z 7 6 7 1 1 ! 2 I 1 T F 71 27 lf w 77 T .N 1 .. A ? J Z Z ,N Z 7 If ! 1 1. 7-' 7 4 Z 1 , .N Z 1 1 4 E A w 1 4 7' 77' A 'Z .N I DJ .. rf' A 1 1 7 7 game! . W. , 564602 C CHOIR- Irwm ll-wx - I 'Yurlrl I. Izhhlxllldll I Ulfrmlwm li liall R llrmnw I lwlc C1 llnrlun I Klrxfllllms. 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Cf, Clark M., WWW H 5 The staff ol' the 1053 VlN'I'ALiE has attempted to produce a yearbook of which the school can be proud and which will prove to be a source of pleasure and satisfaction in the years to come. We wish to thank the members of the stac who have worked so long and faithfully in its production and especially we are appreciative of the work of Bill Sanford, who is responsible lor the Aft work which appears in this edition. We feel it has added greatly to the success of the book. Realizing that each volurne of the Vintage represents a cross-section of life in school for that year, we can only hope that this VINTAGE will take its place along with its predecessors as one part ol' the total sequence of life at Hammondsport Central School. Sitting - Mike Linehan, Nancy Cole, Donna McCann. Standing - Hugh Hinev. Steve Fav. Eugene Finley. ik S S X O Q I of Sports N x vb! ! X 1 Y 'f .j , I .. .. l Q ?29"r-' s .- . s Q . "Si -1 'ixg 06662 Kneeling - 'If Milliron. R. Ohrochtn. D. Bcnham. S. Iliy. XY, liics. ix Ir SliXLl'Hll ll, Cook. 'If Biilcv. IQ. Nudd, Standing 3 Ni. linchan, i.. iliylrr. ,lf 'Iit1ttIc. il. Kolo. B. Smith. B Ci tin Nlfinn P, Sprague. .l. Dunn. II, Hincy, C. Vxhimhold. IH Cist Hammondsport didnt do so wcll dufcnding its Counts Chlmpionship and cndcd thc scason with thrcu wins. four losses and om it ht l i L OlllSCOI'L'Ci its opponcnts thirty to twcnty-ont dcspitc this ind LilSI3i'iQxLi i rcinuktihlc dcfcnsu. Hammondsport H.1mmondspoi't Hammondsport H .1 ni in on dsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport BOX SCORE Savonai O Avoca 0 Horncii 6 Addison 2 XX'ayl.1nd l Horncll 3 Addison O Vvllyland 8 Sectional Quartcrhnals f Nunda 5 sf Way'land 7 cas fi" Us -' c 4 in . W Qgf fs-fax ' N., I wzutq cw CITY ljllllll lhis yCar's haskvthztll tvam vntvrvd tht' svztson with great vxpcc- tations with six rvturninq lcttermen. thrvc ol' whom played -Ian KCtChutn to Canis hrst string for thv 51 - 52 season. Although thf' team had an itnprvssivv 12 win and 3 loss rc'c'orcl. they failed to win that county section "B" crown which went IPO. lhf- tvztttfs otttstanclinu' t'lt4tt'z1c'tc't'istiC was tht txt c pttonttl tt-znnwork ztncl smooth- x nvss ol' thc cltth. .-Xt times 1 llli'1'f' XYZIS 21llNOSI f ' 'om ' 'ttttlc f N 5 N- 1 x X ,Q xr Don Gt't'c'n X A X H I K x 5 1 4 fi K s' vi ' In Q E if' ,',,' 9 if . I O 5 V I, 0 l f X O- . f 5 A M if Kolo crry Bronson Xlil- X'ARSl'l'Y .-Xvofa C fanistc-o Bath XN'ayland P. Post Addison .wXvoc'zl Cfztnislvo Cfzttnplwll Ark 1 mort XYaylancl Bath P. Post Addison C Ianistt-o Q' l.ll1t'll21I1 -w-1 J 42 36 50 34 35 25 32 20 -14 5.1 43 ,- .nn Sl 55 KN. SC ORIS 30 -17 40 42 43 56 56 44 57 61 44 66 56 56 .- .35 Pm 11 Ulnmc 'W A anim Wcvzcitq gcwdetfczfl Our .lunior Yaristy displayed smooth ball handling and sharpshootmg this year. but lack of experience and height held them down to El six and nmt V record. Vve feel that in the future they will overcome these dificulties and round out a really great team. .JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport I-lammondsport I-Iammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport I-lammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Hammondsport Ayoca ll Canisteo 68 Bath 48 Way'land 'il Painted Post Addison 32 Avoca 22 Canisteo 52 Campbell 32 Arkport 30 XVayland 43 Bath 52 Painted Post Addison Z6 Canisteo 51 48 Z9 H. Cook, R. Putnam. 'lf Milliron. C. XX'Ambold. R. Tillman, R. liolo. D. Cook l Rolbins C. McCormick, l.. Phippen. B. lirics. fill V J v 7' Q 5' W 5 ., li M Q EQ LS! lg, Faculty n ' Y Va :yi I IN - Y '-? i , , .ll -- iii-I 7 SIANIJQY SMITH Senior Class Vintage JOHN Ix COOK Supcxvxsm Prmcnpal Student Council I DVI XRD IOIVIPKIIXS I L ISI 'NILLI ' RL TH HARADOIN AI BFRT CI ARKI Iumor Class Ilonor Socnelx D amatlc Club ROGI R I SHANI R CI. 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