Kellogg High School - Kelloggian Yearbook (Treadwell, NY)
- Class of 1944
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PususHED BY THE
JOURNALISM CLASS OF
ABRAHAM L. KELLOGG CENTRAL SCHOOL
TREADWELL, NEW Yomc
ABRAHAM L. KELLOGG. LL.D.
To whom we owe "Hue beffer opporfunify
Lefr fo Right-Mr. Huyck, Mr. Archibald, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Kellogg, Mrs.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
In behalf of 'rhe srudenr body of 'rhe A. L. Kellogg Cenfral School,
we wish +o express our appreciahon lo lhe Board of Educafion for
Hs sincere inleresl and assisfance. We are grafeful 'for such calm
and reassuring educarional leadership af a lime when so much of our
normal life is in a furmoil and so many are receiving +heir only
educarion on a bafilefield.
H. A. Morrison, Presidenl ........,......... I947
Charles Kellogg. Vice-Presidenl ....... .I946
Clarence Huyclr ............,,.....,..,,,........, l945
J. Barlon Archibald. ,.,,..,.,,.... . .,,.... l948
Mrs. Mabel Anderson .,,,,......,. ,..,..,. I 944
Treasurer-Mr. Francis Lewis
We, 'the graduaiing class of nineleen-hundred and iorly-four, fhe second
year of World War ll. dedicale fhis bool: +o 'rhose who have gone from our
group lo give their lives +o fhe cause of freedom. I+ is wifh humilify 'rhal' we
malce +his geslure for we realize The +rue significance of whal lhey are doing.
Our wish is 'rhal fhis fribuie may in some small way show fhaf we frusl' fhem
fo fighl "+he good light"
Lefl fo Righl-Sealed-Rev. S. Jones, Miss D. Hoyf, Miss J. Dunn, Miss B. Keele, Mr. W
Kennedy. Standing-Mrs. F. Delameler, Mrs, C. Davidson, Miss R. Hines, Prin, W. C. B
Goilshall, Mrs. B. Merrill, Miss C. Cai-gin. Unpholographed-Mrs. L. Johnson, Mrs. A. Mills
Mr. W. Chesler B. Goilshall, Principal, Mafhemaiics .,.. New Yorlc Universily
Mrs. Blossom N. Merrill, Isl and 2nd Grades ,,.....,...,.. Columbia Universily
Mrs. Clarence Delarneier, Lalin .....,.............,,.............,.,...,.,................... Columbia
Mr. Worlhinglon Kennedy, Agricullure and Clnemislry .... Mass. Siaie Agr, Col.
Rev. Sfanley Jones, Physical Educalion, Science ..,....................... .......................
Miss Doris l-loyf. 3rd and Mlm Grade ........,,.. Oneonla Siale Teachers College
Miss Julia Dunn, 5+h and blii Grade .......,,... Plalisburg Slaie Teachers College
Miss Blanche Keefe, Social Sludies .,.,,......................,...,........ l-loughion College
Mrs. Calvin Davidson, Home Economics ..,..,. ..........,....., S yracuse Universiiy
Miss Rosalind Hines, lnsfrumenlal Music ,....... ,........ U niversify of Cincinnali
Mrs. Lewis Johnson. Commercial ,............,,.,,..,.,.,, ,...... R ussell Sage College
Mrs. Avica Mills, Home Economics ,,,....,..,,,,,,,,.,..,,. ..,....... C ornell Universily
Miss Cailwrine Carqin, English and Journalism ........, ,,.... H arlwiclc College
DOUGLAS DAVIDSON "Doug"
Presidenl' of Class-4
Presidenl of Sludenf Associafion-4
4-l-I- I -2-3-4
LORRAINE GEORGIA "Georgie"
Secrefary of Class-2-4
Vice-Presidenf of 4-I-I-3-4
Have A I-learf
LESLIE HOWLAND "Les'
Vice Presidenf of Class-4
Have A I-Iearf
Bugle and Drum-I-2
ROBERT JESTER "Bob"
Secrefary of Class--I
Bugle and Drum-I-2
Have A I-Ieerf
AILEEN PINNEY "Penney"
Vice Presidenf of Class-2-3
Treasurer of Class-4
Secre+ary and Treasurer of Sfudenf Associafion-4
Presideni of 4-H-3-4
I-Iave A I-Iearf
Bugle and Drum--I-2
Band-K I -2-3-4
Baslmefball- I -2-3-4
Foo+ball- I -2-3-4
I-Iave A Hearl
Left lo Righl-Fronf Row-Douglas Davidson, President, Miss Cargin, Leslie Howland, Vice-
President, Scond Row-Robert Jesler, Aileen Pinney, Treasurer, William Kennedy, Lorraine
Because of 'rhe increasing demands of a world al' war: 'rhe Senior
Class found ils ranks al 'rhe beginning of The year reduced +0 onl
six members. lm ressed by lhe responsibilily of 'rhe silualion, each
member showed Jelerminalion 'ro make 'fhe mosl of every opporfunily
in This--his lasl year of high school.
This sincerily was displayed lhroughoul' lhe enfire year. The class
play, "Have A Heart" was produced successfully only through lhe
complele cooperalion of lhe enlire class. Each member willingly
helped wifh lhe properlies, slaging and ofher delails as well as playing
a part Olher aclivilies included several dances and a 'rhealer parly.
The increasing sense of maluriiy was heighlened when "Bill"
Kennedy was called lo 'rhe Army an lefl in January.
Leff Vo Righf-Front Row-G. Fifch, E. Lollhouse, Sec.-Treas.. W. Ulmer, Pres., D. Barlow,
Vice-Pres., E. Howe. Second Row-D. Hovey, Miss Keele, J. Carey, E. Benedici' R. Gesell.
The Junior Class aclivilies slruclc a new low lhis year because of
an increasing realizalion of lhe parl of lhe fun-loving members l'ha'r
lhere were more imporlanl 'rhings al hand +o be done 'rhan lhe usual
round of parfies and picnics.
Each one was doing his parl' al home as well as upholding his
place in school organizalions. We had 'rhree varsily baslcelball
players and four members in lhe musical organizalions.
The social round consisfed of fwo parlies-an aulumn parly held
al' Waller Ulmer's and a Chrislmas parly held al lhe Communily
Left fo Righi-Firs? Row-E. Warren, Vice-Pres.: D. Musley, Sec.-Treas.g Wendell Ward
Pres.: H. Hein, L. Doring.
Second Row-Mr. Jones G. Sfenson, M. Wright, Lois Archibald, E. Davidson, J. Barlow
The social aclivifies of The Sophomore Class included several
parries held af fhe Communify House al which games and dancing
ln fhe school acfivilies four men played varsily foofball and all of
+he girls were members of fhe Glee Club. Several were members
of 'rhe band and olhers were oulsfanding for Their excellem' work as
members of lhe 4-H club and F.F.A.
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Leff lo Right-Fronf Row-A. Slorck, L. Weerheim, Vice-Pres., E. Huyck, Pres., L. Musley,
Sec., G. Bryanl. Second Row-M, Kennedy, R. Hammond, J. Laing William Ward, Hermann
,lioeaigi R. Gcffshall, Mrs. Davidson. Third Row-V. Bourne, J. age, M. Laing, D. Krom,
. ie son.
In fhe fall lhe Freshman Class held al The Communify House a
parry fealuring a scavanger hunl and in February a backward pariy
was held al 'I'he home of Adeline Slorclc.
E. l-luyclc, and L. Weerheim played varsiry foolball and baslcerball.
A. Nielson and Adaline Slorclc were members of rhe Varsily cheering
squad. There was whole-hearfed parricipalion by 'rhe enlire class in
+he ac+ivi+ies of 'rhe music deparrmenl.
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Huyclg, E..Dorin-g. Second Row-W. Oqborn, T, Warren, C. Ogborn, L. Hovey, G. Hofaling,
Leff fo Righf-Firsf Row-A. Weerheim, L. Archibald, Reber? Wickham, M. Haynes, R
T. Farrbairn, Richard Wickham, Mr. Kennedy. Third Row-A. Ross R. Gage, V. Haynes,
N. Cole, A. Tomao, B. Gesell.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES
Socially 'the Sevenfh and Eighih grades were a very acfive group.
An inferesfing au+umn pariy was held a+ Agneffa Ross's home and
Roberm' and James Gage enrerreinecl wirh a Chrislmas pariy. There
were several orher successful parries fhroughouf fhe year.
Alfhough rhese grades were nor yer an acfual perl of +l'ie high
school, neverfheless- rhey parficipared in many of ifs acriviries.
Several were acrive in fhe band and glee club. Their success as
members of The 4-H club was evidenced by +heir exhibits ar rhe 4-H
Fair held in Ocrober. Two of rhe girls were members of lhe varsily
c. cc.-. "3 em.
Leif to Right-Firsf Row-C, Hall, H. Davis, D. Hall, Miss Dunn, L. Sforclr, J. Snay,
Second Row-T. Barlow, K. Sforck, R. Howe, E. Koenig, M. Hall, M. Loffhouse, M. Huyck,
FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES
The fif+h and sixfh grades were very busy as lheir room was 'rhe
he-adquarfers for lhe sale of war bonds and slamps in lhe school and
lhe Junior Red Cross.
The alerl inleresl of lhese youngslers in 'rhe war led lo an
inlense geographic sludy of 'rhe world which helped lhem 'ro a
clearer unclersfancling of world evenls.
Lell lo Righf-Firsf Row-M. Weerheim, S. Boggs, R. Fay, A. Hall, J. Hall. Second Row-
R. Forbes, C. Georgia, R. Mclnfosh, J. Hobbs, R. Barlow, R. Goodrich, R. Fuller. Third
Row-M. Shaver, D. Knapp, M. Krom, R. Weerheim, H. Mueller, G. Adee, F. Slenson,
A. McWherfer, Miss Hoyt
THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES
The lhird and fourfh grades did lheir parl for The war efforl by
buying war slamps and Trying lo conserve whal' fhey had. During
lheir play periods lhey 'fried To praclice good cilizenship.
The mosl inleresling aclivify of lhe year was a social sludies unil
which served fo broaden 'rheir undersfandings of lhe various people
of 'rhe world by learning how fhe physical fealures of a region aflecl
lhe people who live fhere.
Leif lo Right-Firsl Row-C. Shaver, M. Howe, l. Peck, C. McWherier, L. Peck. Second
Row-Richard Underwood, B, Burns, R. Welker, D, Benedicf, S. Georgia, Robert Underwood.
Third Row-R. Ross, G. Davidson, E. Weerheim, R. Barlow.
FIRST AND SECOND GRADES .
The main aclivify of lhe firsl' and second grades was a sludy of
The home life of people in olher counlries. This was helpful in
showing how much we depend on olher counlries for malerials which
are in daily use in our homes and developing a feeling of world
cifizenship so much needed Today.
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