Newark Valley Central High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Newark Valley, NY)
- Class of 1942
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1942 volume:
Published by the Senior Class
Newark Valley Central School
Newark Valley, New York
First row E Tarbox, r Fsncher, H Simmons L Robbins, S Simmons
Miss Snow, J Purple
Second row D Lacey V Cobler, E Haecker M Harvey R Benjamin,
H Niznik, G Harvey, R Ballou, G Davies, G Ball, H Lewis, B Seward
V J Smith, B Hinrichsen, R Harter
Staff of SCHOOL MEMOQILS
Editor in chief Lillian Robbins Business Manager Helen Simmons
Associate Ldltor Sally Simmons Associate Business Manager Erma Tarbox
Senior Ldltors Gloria Baldwin Subscription Manager LaVerna Vunch
Wary Jean Smith Advertising Janaver Elaine Haecner
Betty Hinrichsen G Violet gobler
Feature cditors Helen Lewis wendolyn avies
Rosemary Harter Subscription Associates Richard Benjamin
Janet Purple George Harvey
Photograph Editors Doris Keane Helen slznik
S Ed George Ball Richard Ballou
Ports itors Leonard Ball Advertising Associates Dorothy Lacey
Typist June Baty
Miss Snow Mr Fancher
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AMERICA, THE LAND OF LIBERTY
In New York harbor stands a statue that is the shrine of American demo-
cracy It symbolizes what to Americans is a reality but what to other nations
is only a cherished dream In these crltical times when the uod of War stalks
the world leaving destruct'on, starvation and deatn behind him, we are awaken
ing almost too slowlv to an ao reciatiou of what our Liberty means, Bunker
will Lexington, Valley Forge Of late years these names have fallen on all
too calloused ears
Then the news of Pearl Harbor was flashed to the world Instantly all
America was aroused, united strong and det rmined
In tne tragic days since December 7 Americans have been Jarred out of
their smug co placency, have become increasingly conscious of tne value of Lib
rty and of the high price of Victory
Newark Valley central School is a small democratic unit in a large demo
cratic nation This nation is in the turmoil of a desperate world conflict
Our country is working unit dly, continuoasly on an all out program for Victory
On everyhand we are urged to do our part to help win the war High school boys
and girls wonder how they car helo
The hope of our country lies in its youth They it is who will determine
the standards of a oost war world, theirs the duty to study now and prepare for
future demands their country may make upon them The lessons learned today
will make them the leaders of tomorrow
High school graduates today pass into a world fraught with unforseen cri
ses But they step, too, into a world humming with industry where golden oopor
tunitles of all sorts await them Uncle Sam needs them, their vitality and
enthusiasm, as never before
If the great lady ln New York harbor, who symbolizes all that true Americans
love and cherish is to continue to light her countrymen along the Democratic
way youth today must accept her challenge, the challenge of fighting unselfish
ly, uncea ingly and devotedly for the future welfare of America and the enslaved
peoples of the world
An editorial by Lillian Robbins
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S HOJL P OPI S to one who has P'1ays looned for th
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Loren D Von QISOF
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Dr Hiram L Knan
Wlss Q Elizabetn Cummin
Wise Elizabeth Dicnman
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Nr Albert rrost
Vrs Helen B MacPherson
iss Irene L Moody
4rs Christina I Paulus
Clifford V Peck
J DeAlton Hover
r Raymond Briggs
dev Alexander Stec
Helen B MacPherson
Board of uducetior
Fred E Voses, President Vrs Al a Po e
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Secretary and Office Assistant
Buildings and Grounds
Superintendent Nr Gerald eray Janitor
Janitor Yr Thomas qinrichsen Janitor
J DeAlton Hover
Religious Educ tion
Director of Transportation
Superintendent of Garage
Mr Richard Nichols
Yr Vincent Russell
Mr William Sawyer
Nr Clarence Thompson
Mrs Elaine Defalt
Mr Alexander Irwin Instructor Mr Frank Morley Instructor
Mr Kenneth M Loomis Instructor Mr Joseph Prosch Instructor
Vr Clifford M Peck Director
Mr. Donald Bridgeman Miss Ruth Hood Miss Mildred Squires
Mr. Edward Coates Miss Glenda Kenyon Miss Helen Steed
Miss Lucy Greci Miss Theresa Mazzotti Miss Lena Thorn
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B1c5c'e cldb Advieer
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Art Cluo Advieer
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KISS HELE' J CUNNINGHAY
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Social Dancing Advieer
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Studert Council Advlser
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Senior Aatnematics and Science
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Stldent council Adviser
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Vember New York State Work Council
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MR ALBERT FROST
Social Studies and Science
President of Faculty Club
Chairman, Student fork Committee
Boy Scout Counselor
Camera Club Adviser
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Qys' Phgsical and Health Education
Personal and Social Hygiene
Rifle Club Adviser
Senior Class Adviser
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Junior High Mathematics and
Junior Varsity Track
Junior High Seasonal Sp
Boy Scout Counselor
Freshman Class Adviser
MRS WILMA HINES
MRS. JESSIE M JOSLIN
Junior High Social Studies., Guidance
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Junior high English
Director of Dramatics
Dramatics Club Adviser
MISS JULIA NEDVE
Se cond Grade
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Chairman, Primary Assembly ommittee
Secretary of Faculty Club
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HRS MARJORIE T OWEN
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Chairman, Safety Committee
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Director of Transportation
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Chairman Intermedlat ReadIng Committee
Member Student Aorn Committee
MISS DOROTHY E SIOW
Senior Hiih Englisn and Public Soeaning
SCHOOL MEMORIES Literary Adviser
MR NILLIAV L WEBSTER
Instructor National Defense Cacnlne Shop
MR LOREN B MCPHERSON
Clerk of oard of ducatlon
YISS JUNE C BATY
Secretary to Suoervislng Princloal
Member Publicity Committ of P T
MISS DOROTHEA BELDEN
Assistant grade 1 A
MISS B LOUIS MANN
Typist for SCHOOL MEYOPIES
Board of Education dinner
Homemaking girls who served dinner
Vice Principal Peck
'That's how he got his start.'
Cadet Coach, Ted Coates
10. Jay Vee Cheerleaders, VanVorce
ll. Gym girls who went to Field
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Senlor Class Hlstory
The Seniors of '40 started their high school career as inex
perl n ed freshmen in Sept mber, l95o with an enrollment of over
eighty students After the votes were tallied in the class elec
tion the following officers were elected Gordon Ghamoney,
president Julia Luszczek, vice president Ruth Bridges, secre
tary, and Helen Cook, treasurer Lillian Robbins and Sally
Simmons were selected to be our Student Council representatives
Because of the l rge enrollment, me were distributed among three
homerooms whicn were suoervlsed by Mrs Drojarsk1,lrs Goodfellow
and fiss E Medve
In our sophomore year our homeroom teachers were Mrs
Drojars'1 and Mrs Goodfellom Upon holding our class election
we found the results to be Julia Luszczek, president, William
kur, treasurer Our Student ouncll representatives were Helen
Cook and James Nuttall As entertainment during this year, we
held a party in the gymnasium which was chaperoned by Viss Julia
Vedve, our class adviser
As juniors we were greeted by our homeroom teachers, Miss
Snow and hrs Drojarskl As class officers we elected Walter
Okreokie, president, Leonard Ball, vice president Ruth Bridges,
secretary and James Nuttall, treasurer Our Student Council
representatives for this year were Emerson Avery and Marion Allen
Under the able guidance of Hrs Drojarski and Mr Goodfellow, we
started the tas' of financing our Senior trio by producing a very
successful Junior play called 'The Charm Schooln under the direc
tion of Mrs Drojarski Another enterprize carried on during
this year was that of renting pillows at basketball games At
the end of the year, we carried on Newark Valley tradition by
holding a Prom, with Jerry Krcik providing the music
September of 1941 again found us in rooms 259 and 241 with a
prayer in our hearts and commencement on our minds Lhe results
of our class election were as follows Marion Allen president,
Douglas Robbins, vice president, Dorothy Hejmer, secretary, Helen
Saxby, treasurer, and Julia Luszczek, business manager
To finance our long awaited New York trip, we planned numer
ous activities, including our class play entitled Freckles
hany people enjoyed our Hallowe'en square dance We made over
one hundred dollars by selling magazine subscriptions Although
it has been hard to get candy, we have sold a great deal we had
a house to house bake sale, where each senior solicited his
own customer Each Nednesday eight seniors brought pies which was
sold in the cafeteria All seniors expecting to take the trip
deposited ten cents each week with our treasurer Our class ad
vlsers were Mrs Drojarski and Mr uoodfellow
The members of the graduating class of 1942 are confronted
with graver responsibilities than their predecessors of former
years. There are great opportunities for youth, now that there
are many positions to be filled. As we think of our joyous years
in high school and of our classmates who may soon be serving our
great country, we say farewell with Ben Johnson:
'In the hope to meet
Shortly again, and make our absence sweet.'
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Dare nf uluo
Junior Prom on.1t ee
Senior Play on. t
Serlor Sou re Dance o ttee
Stlde t 'a5 each
dert store u erf
Velma Calverley 'Ta are
HA good lsuch ic Hunswlne '1 a
B cirv o u
Junior Pla Comm'ttee
Junior Plav J er
Sea onel Snort
uerrrune oobler uerfie
She co ee ulth us s of lou V r
Ambition Po tgredupte
Junior r eg L-rer
Senior Soupre Dance Com lttee
elen nook 'Cookie
'A dreme ic la on 2 r,e
Anbition 1 uraluete
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Vodel Bulldin lub
Senior Play Jsbe
Senior Square Dance Committee
Student Store Clerf
me Harvey Strawberry B on'e
Alwavq t e same,
In sunshine and rain
Ambition homemaklng teacher
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Sen or Play ast
Hary Jean howard
'To the sweetest of a
Ambition Alrline teuar
Comne cement Usher
Girls' Octet e
Junior Plaf smer
Sooh'e Kasoer Kit'
'A dash of art,
an' since e at hear
Amb't1on Civil Deferse
Air Raid and Fire arden
D rotrv e ni D
'Her eyes as starr of H1113 fair
Anb tio Ilree
Col ege Club
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Jlee C ub
Junior Plav Ueher
Senlor Square Dance
Student Store Clary
warre Hardlng Scrnozzola
nThree acres and a cow
Amblt lon Famer
Air Raid and Fire Warden
Junior Play Committee
Junior Prom Committee
Model Building Club
Wovie Hacrlne Ooerator
Senior Play Committee
'Her talents were
more of the
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John Howland 'Johnnie'
vaunts, is won
F F A Basketball
The rece by vigour not
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Junior Play Committee
Junior Prom Committee
Senior Square Dance Committee
Varsity S orts
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Edwin Kenyon Eddie
'I am a lone lorn creetur and every
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F F A Basxetball
Tulle Kleda 'Tuffee
'This world belongs to the
Ambition Colleze Graduate
Chrl tmae Play
Junior Play Uaher
Junior Prom Committee
Julia Kllma 'Julie
'The milde t manner A e
gertle t heart
D ncln Club
Junior Plas Uaher
Seasonal S orts
Dorothy Lacey 'Rita
'Everyone s friend ro o ene
C m ra elub
Glee Club 0
Junior Vlay Committee
Jurlor Dro: to mittee
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Senior Play Usher
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'An o ce of cheerfulnees 1: north
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Yearuoom 5 aff
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Junior Pro omxlttee
Sen'or Play Usher
Senior Souare Dance ommlttee
Junlo :lei v0 lttee
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Sen or lar y
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B w r o e lnde t ons
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Aubltl ence voruer
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Pobert Spencer Bob
'He was 9 .an of unbounied Stomach
Ambition dprdaere ler
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Junior P o, omu'tt e
Senlor Play nO 1' ee
Senior Var ltj
Student Dpy eac er
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server and be look: quite tbrough
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A b tion Private Secretary
onme cement ' her
Junior Pro Connittee
Sally Lou Simmons Sal
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fair of the learned
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Assembly Co mittee
student Day Teacher
Duane arbox Tar
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Se1'or Play Com.lttee
Semor Class Prophecy
One cool evening in September, 1952, as I sat in my der eating a
late lunch before going to bed, I happened to glance upon my class
picture as I got up from my comfortable chair to throw another log on
the dying fire I took down the picture from the mantle, and started
looking at the familiar faces As I began to reminisce, I soon felt
drowsy and before I knew it I was asleep
In my dreams I boarded a ship piloted by Leonard Ball the male
genius of the class of '42 Surprise of surprises' The first person
I met was the President of the U S Harold Bradley accompanied by
his private secretary, Twlla Kleda I noticed that he was drawing
something on a sheet of paper and as I looked closer I saw that a pic
ture of an automobile was gradually taking shape on his makeshift
easel Seated next to him were George Wheeler and James kuttall two
big business magnates From the looks of J1mm1e's wife I should say
e was a magnet
I glanced down the deck and saw Dorothy Apolovich Knee Rejmerb
and Helen Kowal Later I found out that since Dorothy's husband was
ln the army, she and her upaln were taking a little trip I'll bet he
had to give plenty of accordion lessons to pay for the trip they took
As I did so, I noticed it was loose I called the steward, who, to my
surprise, was Warren Harding, and asked for a wrench When he re
turned and tightened up the chair, I observed that the wrench was from
the 'Perfection Hardware Company owned by Robert Spencer
Since I felt a little seasick, I went to the ship s hospital and
was attended by three charming nurses Dorothy Dennis, Betty Howard
and Dorothy Lacey Since my child was sick also, I was directed to
take her to the ship s child nurse charming Norma Cortright While
Norma gave my child some milk of magnesia, I saw that the medicine on
tke ship had come from Myott's Pharmacy Say' I wonder whatever be
came of Helen?
To while away the time till evening, went to the library and
picked out a book written by Julia Klima and Lillian Robbins That
evening after I had read the book, which was most entertaining I went
to the Beauty Salon after my wife While I waited for her, Ina Mix,
the famous beauty culturist, told me that the rooms on the ship were
designed by that noted interior decorator Isabel Kilbourne
After my wife Joined me, we went to the dance floor and had a
charming time dancin to the music of 'Champney's Champs This big
name band featured fred Budney at the clarinet with the vocals by
Marion Allen Included in the band were Gloria Baldwin, pianist, and
Mae Gaul As I inquired further about Marion, I learned that she was
soon quitting the band to get married And Judd had been Champ's best
friend' Well, her husband is sure to get a lot of veterinary business
from Mar1on's father An way Champ seemed to console himself pretty
well with some of those g amorous S A senoritas He always was
favorite with the ladies
The band struck up a fast number and out on the floor stepped two
professional dancers As I looked closer I recognized Ruth Bridges as
one of the dancers. I wasn't surprised, because she always had been
'aces' on a dance floor
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After tae nunber w s ove v t mf Q t room to mite a
letter Slnce I was too lazf to write lt nvself r FJ or D e
tary and was lnfor d that amon t os fron who I could choo e were
Violet Cobler, LaVerna lunch and Bet y Sews d classnat s of mine
After the letter wa written I tu ned on t e ra lo to et he
a es rews A soeclal news b oadcast lnforn m tb t the Ya e
had won the orld Series, with Emerson Avery and Tony K r the
Th next mornin I ran uoon Vary Jean Smith who wa returning
from a university in S A She informed me that she had won e scholar
shlo in hlvh school and had been takin? advanced wor for the oast fev
Daoers to see w at h d haooened to the rest of our classn tes
mhe first article which attracted our attention was an announce
ment of tne marriage of Sally Simmons It seemed that he vas volng
to quit her job as a medical secret ry and marry Shiner h r Der
As we glan d trrouvh the v rlous items about defens worm,
noticed that arlan Sherwood and Soohie .asoer are l A in this branch
assisted by their secretary Julia Luszczen Julia said nBe1na a
secretary is a cor in good job but
Next we notl ed the picture of a beautiful new plane that had
been desirned by Norman Lawrence Duane Tarbox, and Kenneth Saddlemire
The article said that Janet nG1b' Purole would cult her job of breaa
ing men's hearts to take a Job as air hostess on the olane, while fary
doward would become the stewardess llliam Wade, noted modernlstic
agriculturlst was one of the oassengers on her maiden voyage
4e went on to read that Helen Cook had accented a Job at Cornell
as a Soanlsh teacher mo says beauty and brains don t mix?
In the travel section we discovered that the well :nown erey
hound bus driver, Douglas Sobblns, had been awarded the honor of driv
ing the first 1952 Greyhound between Binghamton and New York, and that
o his first trio Helen Saxby, noted organist, would be a oassenger
On the women s page we found a news item say ng that Gertrude
Cobler nd Mae Harvey had accented jobs at New York University as
Just before we put the oaner away we noticed that nRedH Haecaer
has a position as teacher of ohysi al education at uortland Normal
and that Ed Kenyon is a leading chicien farmer
Then, as Mary Jean and I said good bye I waxed from my oleasant
I've relived my dream w ile I've been telling you about it s
I sit here now thinking about Une dream and all of my classmates th t
I have met nsp1r1tually,' I wonder if they are really as I pictured
them. I wonder .
Gordon Champney Caided and abetted by?J
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First row I Bakeman J Warner B Bender B Barden D Keane E Tarbox
Second row E Gardner V Fedorowicz B Collum B Hinrichsen D Galoin Mrs Paulus
H Simmons H Lewis R Cole J Goodrich
Third row S Okrepkie V Spencer H Beebe A Jewett H Niznik G Royce J Good
rich F Norris
Fourth row R Harter Z Rosinski E Soule H Saxby G Yaman D Marshall J Lawton
A Kulikowskl H Vanvorce
R Gregrow C Munch D Ballou
The class of '43 began its freshman year by pouring into the rooms of
Mrs Chamberlain and Nr Loomis We were now important freshman, and the
first five letters of our title certainly sulted us We began our year by
electing the following class officers president Donald Galpln vice pres
ident, Marlon Fisae, secretary, Rosemary Harter, assistant secretary, Law
rence Grant, and treasurer, George Yaman Our class advisers were Mr
Fancner and Mrs Goodfellow During the year we had two parties which every
During our sophomore year our class officers were president, Richard
Ballou vice president, Elwood Mathewson, secretary, Rosemary Harter, Treas
urer, George Yaman That year we had only one party We were beginning to
calm down and prepare ourselves for our taxing year as juniors and seniors
This year our class officers are president, Helen Simmons, vice
president, Donald Galpin, secretary, Betty Hinrichsen treasurer, Helen
Lewis Ve had one class party, for now that we are serious upper classmen
we have had no time for more Our class dvlser is Yrs Paulus
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Second row B Cleveland M Meddaugh A Zimmer D Nestfall, V Bradley Miss Besanson
G Kobylarz, R Keith D Raynsford A Myott P Hotallng
Third row B Rlvenberg H Shoultes E Benjamin B Whittaker N Marshall J Wood
ard G Cook E Howard S Bean L Becker V Chauvln
Ostrander E Newman D Keith D Bolson, H Dalton
Fifth row A Beloxur E Wheeler J Ridgeway D Lewis E Nett J Jacason G
Okreokie L Bakeman F Tiffany, G Vorrleon K Lawtor
SOPHJWORE V STORY
The class of 1944 held one meeting during their freshmen year at which
they elected officers as follows president, Dorla Bushnell, secretary
treasurer, Helen Lewis Student Council representatives, Peggy Bliss and Lee
The class held an ice skating party on the school rink on February 5
While they were freshmen, Miss E Medve acted as their class adviser
Their homeroom teachers were Miss Cunningham and Mr Loomis
As sophomores they held a meeting to elect officers The offices were
all filled by boys, as follows Daniel Lewis, president, James Ridgeway
vice president Joe Bates, secretary, George Okrepkle, treasurer Alex Belo
kur and Virginia Bradley were Student Council representatives They had one
party which was held in the school gymnasium Dancing and games were en
Joyed The class adviser has been Miss Besanson
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Fir t row T Miller L Bowen A Luszczek R Dlngler G Dunn F Tiffany L Cook
Second row G Delaney 1 Vurphy L Leedham J Stimming Mrs Edson Mr Hagerty
T Lynch F Snaop D Enright
Luszczek B Crispell G Beebe H Lynch Kenwood
The freshmen class started off the year by elec lug Lewis 'ook as
Dresident Onalea Graves as vlce president, Daniel Bender as secretary
and Betty Lawrence as treasurer Betty Lawrence and Poser Snenn were elect
ed for Student Council reoresentativee
The freshmen girls had the Library as a homeroom under the direction of
rrs Chamberlain the boys were ln room 211 with Urs Paulus oresldlng
hrs Ruth Edson and Mr Crede Ha5erty were chosen as lass advisers
In the latter part of the fall season a party was held in the school
gymnasium Classmates were allowed to bring outside friends if they wished
The class of 1945 has started on its upward climb Newark Valley
C ntral School exnects great things of them
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Mary Jean Smith
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'He is a man of a fem hundred words
'She owns and operates a ferocious
'When she walks her whole figure mak s
eyes at you
'A voice with a song around the edges
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on a wave of perfume
'He offered a large limp hand as if he
himself had no further use for it
'Busy as a fiddlefs elbow.
'Jingling with laughter as though she
has swallowed sle1ghbells.'
'He is an all round man.'
'Now before I start I want to
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EXPEHS AC OUNT
Anotb r man f?l for Yrs Fdson
Boon resort cards for tne h oltual
Combs for the 'Got 2 c0mb?' Qmgrug 25
Dynamite for the livht ousrers
by the girls' locners 'OO
Larlier hours for the7Tl1 girls
Fewer jones fro Fran Gould lOOO
Gallon of aaa or Soence' car
Hair ralslnp stories in an lisb
Imoos lble problems to tumo hr
that sxating sz1rt's so short
Longer hair on the oa 'etoall team oO
dore marriaees in the faculty
New giggle for 'uffy for does
she need 1t?J
Organ Kwhen will we get 1t?J 2000
Poor answer Cjust one! from
Records with 'oomph' for Bed
Springs for Bud B tes' jallopy
Turn proof Ford for Purp lOOO
Up to date map for Yr Paulus
Warmer rooms in tne buildlnt lOO
Janet Purple 'Look A man
Ars Paulus 'Anymore quest1ons?'
Betty Seward ' 'm sleepy
Mr Frier 'Stand by for mornlnv
Helen Lewis 'Lord and Butter'
Helen Simmons 'Wouldn't it be funny
Mr Paulus 'I have just a few
Ed Kenyon What s it to you?
Frances Gould 'They died with their
boots on '
Miss Brooms 'D1dn't you people hear
Sally Simmons Oh Fooey
Bob Bartlett 'Hi kid W
Miss Snow Q let please'
Hazel Vanvorce 'Have you got a pencil
with an eraser on it?'
Harold Bradley 'Is this m desk?'
Bud Grant 'Are yd kldaln?
Rosemary Harter - Oh Shoot!
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Cookie ... .. .... .. Helen Cook
.. James Nuttall
. . Amelia Myott
Mary Jean Smith
.. Helen Niznik
... Janet Purple
Red .... ... Elaine Haecker
.. Robert Spencer
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J nuary l4
PDO RAMS 1941 42
Sound System Presentation
Albert Payne Senate Page
Max Gene Nohl
Howard cleaves Animals
Sweethearts of Song
Ir Chavre Hindu travelers
Salisbury Players play
Chorus broadcast from aud
Ithaca Colle e Freshman
Burton L Jackson marlm
Girls' Basketball Game
Delbert K Harter adven
Mr DeRue musical program
Bob Burns Arkansas Trave
Lane Newberry artist
Hartwick College speakers
Mr Fancher and Mr Frost
mrs Eason musical pro
Sybil Shearer dancer
We wish to express our appreciation
to the basketball team for the contribu
tions to the financing of the 1942 issue
of SCHOOL MEMORIES.
PUPIL E LPLOYMEI'
Part time student employment through
special school and CYA funds has provl
ded experience on real and needed jobs to
many of our students during the past six
years These students have made a real
contribution to the school, and their
work has helped to improve and extend
the services which the school has ren
dered to all those concerned, teachers
and pupils alike
This part time employment h s also
provided additional educational op or
tunies to many of our economically hand
lcapped students Employment under syn
pathetic supervision, has been used in
this country to make more use of youth
since early colonial times Such work
experience can become, and in our schools
we must see that it does become, a valu
able educational experience for boys and
girls who are receiving this training
The swimming program of Newark Val
ley Central School was ag in held at Mr
Mooney's pool south of the village
All beginners were taken ln the
late morning There were forty seven
all together About fifty per cent
learned to swim well enough to take care
of themselves The other fifty per cent
were very young but learned enough
that this year they should develop rapid
Something new ln life guards and
student instructors was tried out and
worked very successfully Instructors
before had only been boys This year
two girls were added to the staff and
turned in a very good account of them
selves This policy of boy and girl ln
structors will be permanent
The swimmers group in the afternoon
had an attendance of about fifty or six
ty per day
This swimming program is under the
direction of the Physio 1 Education
partment with Mr Goodfellow in charge
We have not published pictures from
the Snapshot Contest because there were
not enough pictures entered to warrant
fair competition. Each contributor will
receive a free issue of the 1942 SCHOOL
He Who would save liberty must put his trust in democracy.
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1.a3n1e, A. I-ierrill, A. I-izslowskl.
Idexander, D. Gardner, 5- 50?-Ol9SK11
F Jayne, J. Illles, 3. Fussell, ?-.B!'15ffS-
Mrs. Joslin EIGHTH GRADE Mrs. Chidester
The eighth grade homeroons have been in rooms 209 and 210 with Mrs
Chldester and Mrs Joslin the respective room supervisors
The class nresldents were Gerald Bates and Teddy Pestalen Eleanor
dldvewag acted for Teddy wher he was absent from school with a broken leg
George Beebe and Laureln Call were Student Council reoresentatlves
Eivhtv nine ouolls have been enrolled during the year Of this num
ber, four have left school to worn, five have transferred to other school ,
one has left scnool on account of health, and eighteen were promoted to
the ninth grade at the close of Regents week in Januarv
The following new ouplls have entered who were not enrolled in our
school previously Ann Lacey, Betty Woodard, Helen Marshall Shirley Ace,
Helen Felo, Oscar Felo, James Hinrichsen, Charlotte Holtman, Marion Hoyt
Marv Hull Phyllis Lyke Martin LaDue, and iazel Morris
The members of the seventh grade were divided into two groups with
drs Winlfred McPherson and Mr Frost as advisers At the beginning of
the year there were about eighty students enrolled
Billy Dunn and Freeman Cooper were elected as reoresentatlves to he
Student Council Later Raloh Ballard was chosen to fill the vacancy
created when Freeman moved away
During the year several new ou ils have enrolled Among those were
Dorla Lacey, Delores Cole from Rlchford and Llewellyn Chandler from Dryden
Mrs McPherson Mr Frost
rst row h Armstron oder
'i 1-utch nsor C Kullmws
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Second row C Ayers Us
el D vo s o cPherson
r o Ballard P arden
'ewrar H Andersen
"'r r' row J Lasby F Bowen V
-va in in K 4 r
Scallo Lolden A
Sfencer .J Pitcrer A wixon
Four' S evens Q iner
S n weber L deLor mier P
Rich e and L nsor
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Sixth row F lanO trend :Iussell
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Bender E Budney n Davis Seeley
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First row: J. Dlngler, P. Zimmer J.
Whitney, B. Hotallng, J. Kellam, D.
Shellhammer, A. Deming.
Second row: C. Bailor, C. Grimley,
D. Yescavage, E. Jackson, Miss Raben-
stein, Hr. Brown, R. Eice, P. Thompson
A. Steenrod, L. Zimmer.
Third row: R. Tappan, F. Panas, D.
Nichols, H. Thornton, M. Stinsrd, D.
Noxel, M. Signs, C. Brandes, 3. BOWEN,
A. Miner, K. Austin.
Fourth row: H, Horton, L. Pastalan,
E. Rose, F. Wade, P. Needham, B. Hov-
ard, A. Frier, S. Holden, J. Niefer,
N. Briggs, C. Zimmer.
Fifth rowl L. Cook, H. Keyes, E.
Kobylarz, H. Murphy, A. Cornell, R.
Miner, D. Berg, L. Morrison, C. Brine,
J. Bartlett, W. Gaul, G. Strope, D.
Miss Rabensteln Mr. Brown
The room registration during the year for the combined sixth grades
was fifty five pupils New pupils entering the grade were Charles Ballor,
Robert Keane, William Gaul, Lloyd Zimmer and John Dingler There are a
number of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in this grade
The two rooms have studied reading, arithmetic, art, history and geo
graphy this year They found the last two subjects rather hard to study
with conditions changing as they do, but they found their work more inter
eating when they correlated current events with their study
In February this grade presented a patriotic assembly, most appro
priate for the season
FIFTH GRADE AND FOURTH AND FIFTH ADJUSTMENT GRADE
During the year our thirty eight puoils in fifth grade have traveled
in imagination from the time of the fall of Home up to the settlement of
our country In geography we have toured our continent from Alaska to the
Panama Canal In arithmetic we have reviewed the fundamental processes
and have made a new study of fractions We learned much from many educa
tional films and assemblies
The fourth and fifth year specials have stressed individual progress
this year One of the Christmas highlights was sawing useful novelties
from hickory nuts and walnuts While the boys made belts and watch fobs,
the girls made bracelets and necklaces Educational films, radio broad
casts, and many fine folk dances helped carry out the diversified program
Mrs Hines Mrs Long
Fir t row D Vooer A Brlna E
Hlne A Galvin S Chrysler P Givens
J alverley I Bates J Warner B
Second ron H Cornell F Hill L
eade W Yemen hiss Steed Yre Long
Hines B Pit her B C eveland
aniels D Bickham M Flame
Zim.er I Sanford J Hutcheson J
V rderoool f Hover P Enri ht
Sh ver R Sus ler B Bartlett A
Fourth row Aait A Stinard L
Correll P eber D Bri? s H Ailport
L Hollensecs Harter G Arnoll J
O eq Bailey J Yurray L Shellham
Fifth row R 5a1o1n C Andersen
Horton C 1 es iller Kasper
Lane G Alexander K Strait R
Hutcre on Ford E Soule R Daniels
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Seczni row: J. Lyke, Serlnar, 1
.flss Squires, Mrs. Ardell, 53121
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M. Stricnlanl, -. Austin, ... Cfrep-
kzie, 3-5, Sskes, L. Howard, S. Ayers.
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This year there are thirty nine uoils enroll d in th fourth arade
Early in the year, we oresented a harvest oroaram for assembly
and animals and
ence has taught
we ha e
knit for the
year we have studied all the continents and the ancient
some countries, learned two part singing, made calico birds
worked to lmnrove our writing, speecn and soelllng Sci
us about foods, insects, gnawlng animals, fish, and many
Our safety has helped us to be more careful in our daily life
done our bit for national defense also Some of our girls have
Red Cross, our class has saved oaoer, and we have bought De
This vear the two divisions of the third grade included fifty boys
and E55-F18 In January we presented an assembly orogram for the grades
During the year we studied various thin s Art orojects correlating
with Social Studies, such as ones on Indians, NS imos, and the Dutch, were
done Multiolication and division were introduced as new processes in
arithmetic Mrs Edson instructed the Cbi1QPSH in choral reading
During the course of the year, hiss Kenyon, Iiss Steed, and Visa
Mazzotti worked in the grades
Mrs Ogden Mrs Shoultes
rst row L Signs B emlng
arner F Delaney J Hill
Second row J Wood E Bowen R
Jo'-mgon Mrs Ogden drs Shoultes
J delorimier B Snarp J' oshiex'
h veber D Dingle:-
'hird row P Biehl K Krna L
Brgndes L Iham G Cursendall G
Hoyt K 'ornwell Y Dslo s V G-sd
ner J Hines
Fourtn row M A Tarbox J Austin
I Shaver S Lawton D Stevens F
larae P L Baird D .raloin
Bri k B Siem-am V Zimoer
Fiftn row H Filler R Shaver
Ifilks R ewi C Sadd e ire H
Brlrf J Waaemar J Cornwell J
Sears F leyers P Corwin
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Sliver, Brink '. Eclolcur.
At the beginning of the school year, there were twenty
nineteen girls enrolled in the second grades
six boys and
e have branched out from the study of Home and Farm life of last
year to units centered about Our Community Life and Helpers and Transpor
tation We have worked out many interesting activities ln connection with
We put on an assembly program for the Elementary Grades It was
spooky Ha1lowe'en operetta appropriately called nHa1lowe'en Pranksn
Everyone enjoyed the program very much
The first grades
grade l A They were
thirty pupils in Mrs
During the year seven
GRADE 1 B
began in September with fifty eight people from
divided into two groups, and called 1 B There were
Patch's room and twenty eight in Miss Moody's room
new people came to the grade
The programs of the two grades are very similar inasmuch as the same
level of material is used by both
Features of the year have been a Hallowe'en party, a Christmas party
a Valentine party, an master party, and a June picnic Also, in April
the two grades sponsored an assembly program
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Harzuond D Hutch rsor L Ha
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S cond row D Ayer Peer:
Pitcher F Sigrs Daniels
L e R Dedalt Hines K
Third row F1 Keltn S rossen
Smit Ve ers e a
D uraendall B rrett E
Dur e B Zimmer B Ulrich
Fourth row D Thomas R stains
c ham D a n D ivens
Mrs Owen G Frost D Hulsland r
J .arinus C Loomis P Brink
GRADE l A
This year the total registration for the l A group was fifty pupils
twenty girls and thirty boys, between the ages of four and six A social
ized program was used the first ten weeks At the beginning of the second
ten weeks, manuscript writing and preparation for reading and numbers were
added to the program The last twenty weeks were spent in more difficult
reading material, counting and writing numbers
Our group presented an ooeretta for our mothers and friends s
Edson helped us get ready
This year we have had many parties and surprises which have been
prepared by our lothers' Club The Mothers' Club leaders were as follows
first semester, Mrs Lucien Marlnus second semester, Mrs Clifford Peck
The assembly programs in the grades have been interesting and varied
In October the primary grades were invited to attend two high school assem
blies 'The Indians' and 'Master Sin ers The Second Grades entertained
with an operetta, 'Hallowe'en Pranks In November we attended the high
school assembly, 'Sweethearts of Song'. At Christmas time we sang Christmas
songs and enjoyed movie shorts furnished by the Elks Club of Owego. In Janu
ary Mrs. Shoultes' Third Grade gave the play, 'The Golden Touch'. Mrs. Og
den's Third Grade presented a Mlnuet Dance in costume. During January we
were invited to hear Burton L. Jackson and his marimba program. Mrs. Long's
group invited us to see their play in March. The First Grades gave a
ealth play, 'Tommy Learns a Lesson' for our April assembly. 'Belling the
Cat' was the name of the operetta given by Mrs. Owen's grade. Our assembly
program closed for the year with several movie shorts.
During the year, each of the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades under the
of its teacher has presented a program. These have varied in
Each program was planned so as to be entertaining to their
to be of educational value as well. In addition to these pro
have attended some of the high school assemblies, such as 'The
'the Marlmba Solo1st', the Christmas Play and others. We have
some of the primary grade's programs.
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The Commencement Do you know 'em?
Puzzling 1sn't it? Gym class hiking
First urade Fort Commander of the Fleet
'V for Victory
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First row Mr Fancher, M Allen, J Nuttall I J Smith, L
Ball, Mrs Edson
Second row D Keane, R Ballard, V Bradley, L Call, Dunn
A Belokur, H Beebe
Wwe, the students of the Newars Valley Central
School, in order to promote a better understanding be
tween the faculty and students of this school, to create
a better school spirit among the students, to encourage
achievement in scholarship, citizenship, athletics
courtesy and fellowship and to consider all suggestions
by the student body to this council regarding changes
and improvements in school activities, do hereby unite
into an organization which shall be known as the
Student Council of the Newark Valley Central School '
Thus the preamble of the constitution of the or
ganization states the purpose and sims of the Council
Its members are elected from the student body bv the
students, it represents both the junior and senior
high school Its success has resulted from the coopera
tion and support that has come from the students, the
faculty and the School Board With the advancement of
the interests of the students as its aim, the Council
hopes to continue as an organization of the students,
by the students and for the students
Mr Fancher Mrs Ldson
'Governments are republican only in proportion as
they embody the will of the people, and execute it
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Third row: E. Avery, A. Kasper, J, Lawton, R. Snapp, B. Lawrence
The Library Club meets twice a month in the Library
B Strlcll nd
A regular pro
gram is arranged by a comlittee from the members This may consist of any
thing that has to do with books, papers or the Library Most of the bro
grams have consisted of readings, telling the stories of books the members
have lined, giving of interesting facts found in magazines, and testing
he knowledge of the members of familiar characters in well known books
Norman Allen is president of the Library Club
The Press Club was formed in the middle of the year by Miss Gladys
Besanson At our first meeting, Janet Stimming was elected as editor in
chief, and Erma Tarbox as assistant editor The duty of the Press Club
is to canvass the school each week for news to hand in to the Tlo a County
There are eleven members in all and each has a special duty Th
deoartments and reoorters are chosen so as to cover all school activities
These deoartments and reoorters are
Sports Janet Stimming
Camera Club and Faculty Thomas Lynch
Music and Evening entertainments Dorla Bushnell and Irene Bakeman
Library and Defense Stamps and Bonds Peggy Bliss
ramatlcs and Grade kews Erma Tarbox and Hazel Brandes
Home Economics and Exhibits Verna Spencer
Future Farmers of America and Assemblies Morley Keyes
Faculty and Future Farmers of America Richard Marshall
Student Council and Assembly Alfred Budney
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TAL STUDENT STORE
The Student Store operates under the s onsor V10 of the Student
Councll to enable nuoils of the school to ourcnese scnoo' suonlie end
workbooks in t1e buildlns at reasonable orlces The Store is ooen before
school and lurln the lunch riods ev y day
The Store Staff is selected by the Stddent Council from e list of
recommendations b the facultv advisor Apoolntment to the staff is in
dlcetive of resoonslbillty nd trustworthiness The store manager and
assistant Hanes r receive noninal salaries br the year
THE STUDLWT BOARD OF FIhA CE
ctivlties maklnv detosits in the Extra las room Activitv Funds
faculty sponso s of the activities and cluos renresented they
control ov r student funds under t e supervl ion of iss Brooks
as Central Treasarer and
ere de oslted throu h tle
payments are made by chec
the Central lrea urer and
dents exercise control of
r Frier as Controller All funds collected
central reasurer in one banf account, and all
s drawn on tni account under th sisnature of
the Controller Through this system the stu
their funds without the resoonsibllity of safe
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The Student Board of Finance is composed of the treasurers of all
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A Vlxson, L deLor1m1er J
Steohens D Vlller
Second row y tt, A
B ox, Wrs vnalberlaln I
Iuckey L Demine H Felo
Third row A Higginson R
Warner, D Bender, A Balzar
ott O Oarepkie, E Hotal
The Art Club meets the ei hth period every Tuesday in the Art doom
The members have been allowed to work along the lines they wished to
choose The most oooular lines have been leather work, pencil drawings
ben and lnk and water color work Some of the students have done excel
lent oieces of work
The officers of the Art Club are president, Joe Hyott vice oresi
dent Eleanor Vyott, secretary, Olga Okrepkie
MODEL BUILDING CLUB
The model airolane club members consist of boys who are interested
in building models of small airplanes The nrices of these models range
from sd to sod The club has use of a nBrown, Jr lf5 h D and a
'Mighty Aton' lflO h p motor
The members have been working on a 5 year old 'Quaker' which is owned
by the school The model was being rebuilt when work was susoended for
a few weeks wdile members worked on scale wooden models for the Army and
First row R VanOstrand, J
Lasby, E Westfall, C Hammond
C Ayers, B Dlngler, H Miner
Second row Mr Loomis, R
Loeffler, L Chandler, C Hard
ing, E Sears, S Bailor, B.
Third row: J. Myott, F Corn
well, M LaDue, M Ayers, E.
Sokoloski, E. Newman.
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First row G Beebe B Bender
B Howard V Rosenzrant H Simmons
Second row H lznik L Robbins
B Hinrichsen Ball H Lewis
J Stlmminv A Myott V Goble?
Third row M 'urvhy J Klrma
A Partridge Mrs VcPhereOn
Howard V Allen M 'eacnam
Fourth row H VanVorce R Har
ter H Cook I Tarbox B Lawrence
0 Graves W Rosalak P lunch
D Robbins H Brandes L Ball
I doodard D Hover
The Dramatlcs Club
officers were elected
was organized again this year and the following
George Ball, oresiient, Lillian Robbins vice
nresldent, Helen Lewis, secretary, Betty hinrichsen, treasurer I
December the entire club went to ithaca College and saw a oroduc lon of
Two On An Island The club also was in charge of the Christmas P T A
and assembly programs On January 14th it sponsored two plays g'ven for
an assembly program by the Freshman
Afterwards a tea was enjoyed by the
making House The rest of the year
skits and pamtomimes
nepertory Comoany of Ithaca College
club members and cast in the Home
was filled with group work including
On October 24th, 1941 the class of 1942 presented 'Freckles
dramatization of Gene Stratton Porter s most famous novel The play,
starring Emerson Avery and Helen Cook, was under the direction of Mrs
Winifred McPherson The cast included Sally Simmons, Leonard Ball
Dorothy Pejmer, Mary Jean Smith Helen Cook, Harold Bradley Lillian
Robbins, Marion Allen, Walter Myott Douglas Robbins, -ae Harvey Kenneth
Saddlemire and Mary Jean Howard The proceeds, which amounted to Q75 OO
were turned over to the fund for the senior trip to New York City in May
, J. Smith
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Wade, R. Gregrow, E. Kenyon,
D. Galpln, D. Bolson, G. Morri-
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Second row: Mr. Paulus, R.
Poet. J. Niles, E. Soule. C.
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Third row W Merrill, K
Damon, D Marshall, C Munch,
H Lynch, D Gardner, R Russell
Fourth row C Ford, M Okrep
kie, A Merrill, T izalowskl,
K Russell, A Balzar, J Delaney,
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The Future Farmers' Club is an organization of students studyin
agriculture in high school The club members take part in an educational,
cooperative and recreational program and hold regular monthly meetings
The 1941 42 officers are as follows president, Donald Galpin, vice
president Edwin Kenyon secretary, Roy Gregrow treasurer, William Wad
reoorter, George Morrison social chairman, Harold Saxby, athletic chair
man, Donald Bolson
The 4H Clubs are made up of Junior High School boys and girls who
are interested in a riculture This year there are two clubs, a Boys'
4H Club and a Girls 4H Club, and in their studies the members cover
dairy, poultry and garden subjects The lrls' club meets the first and
third Tuesdays of each month and the boys club meets the second and
fourth Tuesdays The 1941 42 officers are as follows Girls' Club
president Mildred Fiske, vice president Myrtle Rosengrant secretary,
vice president Melvin Ayres, secretary, Marian Okrepkle, treasurer,
First row G Mills, V
Evensr, J Haines, M Fiske
A VanVorce, H VanVorce
Second row M Okrepkie,
G Beebe, A Lacey, Mr
Paulus, B Fox, T Weber,
Third row E Budney A
Merrill M Ayres G Morri
son, D Bolson, E Clark
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The Camera Club with an average of eleven members through the 5ear
has studied camera structures and uses The use of different lighting
effects the making of slides for classroom use and experimenting with
colored film in regular cameras have been studied Several students have
become interested enough in club studies to build and equip their own
dark room at home
The Newark Valley Central School Junior Rifle Club is now two years
old This club was formed to teach boys and girls how to handle firearms
safely and to derive fun and enjoyment from 22 caliber rifle shooting
The club is a member of the National Rifle Association and bays a member
ship fee of S5 OO The fee places the entire club in good standing with
t e N R A for the calendar year Membership buttons and rule books
are sent to the club so that each member may have one A charter suit
able for framing and hanging in the room used for club meetings is sent
to the adult leader
The N R A has provided a complete series of medals and diplomas
which boys and girls may win These medals and diplomas are indications
of the skill of the individual shooter The N R A set up a Soortsmen
Code which every member must memorize Every shooting accident that ever
occurred was caused by disregard of some of the various points mentioned
in this code
The club has an outdoor range and this year, through the cooperation
of the school and Senior Rifle Club, has an indoor range
First row E Holden J
Woodard, B Rivenberg, E
Nash L Barrows, B Morris,
Second row F Tiffany,
M LaDue A Balzar, M Ayers,
Third row Coach Good
fellow, K Saddlemire, K
Lawton M Keyes E Wheeler,
Fourth row J Ridgeway,
E Gardner, E Kenyon, J
Myott, L Ostrander, G Yaman
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First row! V. Holden A. wixson
J. Nhltney E. Hotaling Mrs. Chldes-
ter M. Dennis H. VanV0rce J,
Second row: E. Armstrong . Kull-
kovsai L. deLor1m1er B. Bailor
M. Weber L. Deming G. Strickland
Third row: M. Shellhammer B, Dal-
ton H. Felo P. Dalola L. Hutcheson
I, Mix T. Weber H. Hines T. Hover
Fourth row' E. Steenrod K. Kil-
bourne H. Marshall L. Nichols
L. Call D. Cole P. Bliss I. Ben er
L. Hauver L. Avery V. Corwin.
HOOK AND NEEDLE CLUB
The Hook and Needle Club ls composed of seventh and eighth grade
girls who ere interested in handiwork The first term thev met in two
separate groups and spent most of their time in crocheting The second
term they came together as a unit The Red Cros presid nt appealed for
help in knitting and sewlng which the girls agreed to undertake The
chief dlfficllty was in setting supplies of material to work with Glor'a
Baldwin, Marion Sherwood and Dorothy Blanchard Kindly agreed to help get
the larger group started
The present officers are Helen VanVorce, president Shirley Ace
vice president, Mildred Heber, secretary and treasurer
Thursday activity period The club consists of about forty members Th
objectives of the club are to practice and observe at all times the bicy
cle safety rules Since there is one bicycle to every four automobiles,
the observance of safety rules is urgently important
Jo meetings of the club were held during the winter months Th
club will start again in April at which time a more intensive program
will be adopted
First row Hr Brown A Steenrod
G Bowen R Jackson C Hammond R
Tappan B Howard A Frier R Rice
Second row J Warner C Zimmer
B Dunn F Moore E Sears G
Ba es K Horton J Neifer B
Third row J Bartlett B Gaul
L Chandler C Harding G Mills
H Loetfler G Strope E We tfall
C Newton B Strickland P Dalola
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Second row: M. Bates . Whitney
B. Howard O. Okrepkle . Hotaling
H. Lyncr H. VanVorce E. Yyott
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Ke e- A. Purple M. Collins D.
Haynsford B, Crispell A. Frier.
Fourth row' J. Stowell D. ieedham
H. hi nik V. Corwin P. Bl ss .
VanSusan E Bender L Lauver K
Kllbourne E Steenrod P Rich
We had thirty six Girl Scouts registered this year under tne leader
shin of Miss Julie ledve and Dorothy Blanchard There are eighteen girls
ln the town group and eighteen in the school group Both groups have been
stressing activities in connection with Civilian Defense They have lived
uo to their slogan nVolunteers for Victory Their defense activities
that adults would be free for defense worn, acting as messengers study
ing First Aid Morse Code and signaling
Their social activities consisted of two dances seasonal o rties
a silver tea a Girl Scout luncheon, the burning of Christmas trees, hlk
and camping trips
The Boy Scouts of Newarx Valley are divided into two troops One
troop, No 45 is th school troop having only members who ride on the
bus This troop meets on Thursday activity periods w'th Mr Brown as
Scoutmaster The town troop No 30, has town boys as me bers, meeting
ln their own rooms at the Municipal Building with Mr Reese ss their
Scoutmaster Both troops are sponsored by the Newark Valley P 1 A
Activities in outdoor and avocatlonal nature are stressed as well
as duties and practice of better citizenship This year has brought many
opportunities for helping in Civilian Defense as plane spotting, messenger
service training First Aid training and waste material collectlons
Several visits through the school term were made to our new Scout cab n on
the school property Summer camping was under the leadership of Mr Hagedw
Mr Brown Mr Reese
First row R Tappan B Bart
lett R Loeffler V Galpin E
Shellhammer J Warner
Second row M Keyes B Horton
R Noxel H Hutchinson A Ardell
B Dunn G Strooe E Sears
Third row R VanOstrand H
Yoder R Bowen D Comstock
P Barden R Ballard C Brandes
Fourth row Mr Hagerty D
Keith G Russell G Harvey G
Hines F Jayne R Warner
Dunn N Allen H Seeley Mr
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Whose are these?
First Grade Train
"That's all today. "
Fir t row B '-lows-rd Shoul
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Second row F Beebe Hsrve
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Myott E Howard V Bradley D Vwest
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Third row J Parole B Cleve and
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Pourtn row J Klima Seldwir
Cobler B iverberg Y-I Saxby
Sherwood V Snence A Zin er F
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Oakes E Taroox A Partridge P '-Io
taling Ayers LI Bradley
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-'ade K Saddlemire J Delaney
yott D Lewis R Bartlet R -iarter
H VanVorce B Hinrlchsen E Kenyon
Yeyes D Bolson K Lawton
Yaman G Okreokie Ml-S Edson
The largest musical organization in the high school is the Mixed
Chorus This is the combination of the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, and
meets once a week The Girls' Glee Club which has over eighty members
and the Boys' Glee Club of twenty seven members, meet twice a week At
Christmas time these organizations gave an assembly broadcast of Christmas
music over the sound system In May each of them particloated in the
annual County Sorlng Music Festival which was held at Soencer this year
In addition, the Girls' Glee Club broadcast over WHCU on May 16th
In April the Mixed Chorus gave a highly successful performance of
Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan The story is laid in Venice in 1750
Two gondoliers, George Ball and Robert Bartlett, marry Tessa and Gianetta,
Marr Howard and Marion Allen, but, alas, one of the gondollers is revealed
by Don Alhambra Bolero, Charles Varlnus, to be the son of the King of Bara
tarla, who was wed when an infant to Casilda, Geraldine Cook, daughter of
the Duke and Duchess of Plaza Toro, Daniel and Helen Lewis No one seems
to know, however, whico gondolier it is, but Inez, Amloa Partridge, the
orince s old nurse,who reveals that it is really Luiz, Harold Bradley
As Luiz is in love with Casilda everything ends happily
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The Girls' Triple Trio was formed last fall, and immediately began
slngln in oublic They san at bancuets and meetlngs of various organi
zations in the village On the Christmas assembly broadcast, they sang
s number of very lovelv carols from the different countries reoresented
in the school Eaci carol was announced in toe language of the country
Iron whlcm it came In February this organization gave a half hour broad
cast over WHCU, singing among otners, Giddv ap Little Rocain' Horse, Q11
via, Pale Toon and Lift Thine Eyes This program was varied by solos from
two of the members, Helen Lewis and Dorla Bushnell
hr DeRue has an average of ten classes a day consisting of from
two to twelve members Students are not started on instruments until they
are in the fourth grade Puoils must bring their own instruments I
struction is free, during tne school year and during summer vacation
The eighth period is used for band and orchestra rehearsals
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L Becker, S Delaney, J Van5usaH
mam, P a1see,1a,, s Judsll
Second row P Wade H Lewis
Bushnell P Bliss W
Smith V Bradler, J Signs. A
nlchols J Posinski, Ball
Third row D Bolson, T Hiller,
1 Hlnrlchsen B ade, P Baldwin.
S Okreokle, T Pastalan, D LeW1B,
R Ballard, Mr DeRue
SENIOF OP CHE STV-ZA
The Senior Orcdestra has thlrty five members fron the seventh grade
to the thirteenth The orchestra has made oroedcasts over WNBF and NHCU
besides olaylng for local festivities It has won hlvn honors at the
of Music Russell carter
Honor emblems are granted to pupils mno rema'h in the scnool band or
orchestra until tne end of their senior year
The Senior Band has forty four members and rehearses everv Tlursday
activity oerlod It played veekly ban concerts ln tne summer and has
pl yed for the Tloaa County Fair for seven years Last year, in the con
test at the Ouego Fair, it wo tne first prize o' C50 OO Other engage
ments are as follovs the sand has played at the Svracuse State Fair,
Speedsville Old Home Dav, the Reoublfceh Convention and the New York
World's Fair The nroceeds from engavements help to support the band
First row D Bolson, V
Bradley, T Miller, M Hinrich
sen, S Simmons, D Bushnell
E Ridgeway, P Bliss
Second row Mr DeRue, J Van
Susan, M Walt P Wade, H
Miner, J Signs, F Meade, A
Budney, S Howard, R Avery,
G Dunham, L Mead, H Hutchin
son, M Fiske
Third row B Wade, P Bald
win, S Okrepkie A VanVorce,
N Oakes, T Pastalan, J
Brink, J Jackson, C Marinus,
J. Purple, H. Beebe, M. J.
Smith, L. Bakeman, D. Lewis,
R. Ballard, E. Howard, G.
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Miss Cunningham GIRLS' ATHLETICS
This year we had only our Seasonal Sports Club which includes both
Junior and senior high school people There are forty eight members in
the club which meets every Monday during activitv period In the fall
had hockey and tennis and during the winter we had basketball In the
spring the program included tennis, hiking, archery and softball Th
officiating and scoring for these groups is done by students
We had a very successful hockey season this year Since the weather
was very favorable we had outdoor work until Thanksgiving time A group
of five of our senior high school girls was invited to go to Ithaca last
fall to attend a hockey field day They were Priscilla Baldwin, Dorla
Bushnell Janet Purple Helen Lewis and Mary Jean Smith The program in
cluded games for girls of high school age, demonstration games by Ithaca
College students and discussions on rules
The senior teams were winners of class basketball The referees for
the final game were Virginia Kieda and Betty Bender All intramural games
were held during the fourth and fifth period lunch hours During the fall
the senior nigh school girls played hockey during this t1me We had seven
basketball teams in the fourth intramural period and five teams in the
fifth intramural period The officials for intramural basketball this year
were Elaine Haecker and Ruth Bridges The scorers were Gwendolyn Davies,
Marion Sherwood, Hazel Brandes and Ruth Allmandinger
Because we had a heavy schedule for activities, we did not have any
social dancing this year as an activity However, we did have dancing
before school in the morning and at noon on Fridays. The first and second
period on Friday morning were devoted to social dancing, folk dancing and
square dancing. We had eight instruction periods in square dancing in gym
In all time of our distress
And in our triumph too,
The game is more than the player of
And the ship is more than the crew!
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First row: C. Harding, R.
Dingler, Z. Eozinski, G. Wheel-
er, D, Enright, H. Spencer.
Second row: N. Allen, B.
Estep, D. Alexander, G. Bee-
be, G, Dunn.
Third row: F. Morris, H.
Saxby, L. Bakeman, R. Snapp,
A. Kullkowski, G. Yaman.
Fourth row Coach Goodfel-
low, W Harding D Tarbox,
B Wurtenber , G Champney
R Gregrow, Varshall
Intramural football takes up the better part of tne boys' lunch
hours in the fall The touch system is used, elimin ting the dangers of
tackling and the inconvenience of so much equipment The best players of
the upper grades are in division A, the next best in B, and the seventh
and eighth grades in C Each classification 1 divided into teams At
the end of the season the winners from each classification play each other
to determine the champion Intramural football provides a means of re
creation and works towards developing sportsmanship in the boys of our
Soccer, a new game for our school, mas played tqis year for the
second time Comprised for the most part of green material, the team
started slowly loslng the first two games, one to Nhltney Point, O 5
the other to Windsor, 2 5 Gaining rapidly with experience and keen com
petition, our players split the following four games with two victories
over Chenango Forks, 6 O and ll 5, and two ties, one with Whitney Point
5 3, the other with Windsor, 4 4
The game 1s gaining rapidly in popularity and everyone is looking
forward to a successful year for '42 with over half the regulars expected
Lr Hagerty Hr Goodfellow
T Lynch, J Bates, B
Estep, E Westfall
Second row Coach Hager
ty, E Avery, J Lawton,
W Myott, D Ballou, Coach
Third row L Ball, K
Saddlemire, H Keyes, J
Ridgeway, D Lewis
Fourth row W Harding,
E Kenyon, B Wurtenberg,
I B Bartlett, G Champney
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The Varsity Club is the honor society of Iewark Val1ey's athletes,
being madeup of the letternen from all sports of the preceding year
Bacaed by the School Board, it is the guiding hand of the school's ath
letic program, particularly intramural activities
An athletic goods store was inaugurated this year as the club's
principle brainstorm Jorklna on a non profit basis, the store was or
prized to bring necessary equipment to the students at reduced prices
If this enterprise is practical it will be continued
The officers are Gordon Champney, president, Halter Myott, seore
'The Jay Vees are reported to have played also This appears to
be the stock sentence to end the report of the usual Friday night game
during the basaetball season For a team ending its third consecutive
year undefeated in league competition, this seems to be a masterpiece
The Jay vee team is the proving ground for future varsity players
It is after they have won their promotion that they receive the honors
Next year it will be these players who are promoted who, together with
those of the varsity who do not graduate, will carry its banner of the
Newark Valley Varsity on the basketball court The scores of their league
games are Windsor, 5 22 20 22 Vestal, 15 22 15 23 Chenango Forks,
19 22 18 28, Whitney Point, 6 30, 14 29
Yr Hagerty Mr Goodfellow
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" March 15
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE AND SCORES
CSouthern Tier Central School League?
' League Games
" All Star Game
For when the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name,
He marks not that you won or lost but how you played the game
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December 25 Away Newark Valley 52 Marathon
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BALL - Center
1 year varsity
'Better late than nevern
Bud started late but had the ability
and speed to help his team.
4 years varsity
all star '41
'The big fellow'
His height made him a good pivot man.
2 years varsity
all star '42
Hard worn knows no defeat '
alt gave everything he had to
the ga e
2 years varsity
all star '42
HA true though ansound hero'
The key hole olayer for the team
1 year varsity
of soeed and drive coming
down the floor
1 year varsity
good s t sho
will to do'
1 year varsity
A good defensive player
Always after the ball at the basaet
5 years varsity
all star '42
nA hard man to gn
F3Dt in and backbone o' tne team
few, we MDD J few, ve bard of br hers
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Mrs Helen Macplmerson
Learning the Art of
Mrs Helen Macpherson
Nliss R. Eliza e h Cummings,
NOON RUSH HOUR
Mr: L Korn Cashier and
ming Room Manager
Mrs A Pntcher Kitchen
Teacher 'Vlr Wm Webster
Teacher Mr K Loomns
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Gxrls Gym Class
M1ssH -I Cunningham
PRACTICING FOR A
Coach Mr H Goodfellow
The School and the Community
OUR BOYS WITH UNCLE SAM
Briggs James A
Dlngler William C
Meddau h Leonard
Mock, orthey E
Monroe, Horace B
N1 znik, Harry
Rhodes Arthur D
This is the latest list as of April l
OUR LOCAL OBSERVATION POST
About October l 1941 S Reed Snapp
was appointed as Chief Observer of a lo
cal observation post with the services
of two assistant chiefs and fifteen ob
servers This was to be the foundation
when the post was needed in time of war
participate in these activities the post
was re-organized on a three-hour shift
using ll2 observers. Many women in the
community have taken their turn at 'roof
The duties of the observer are slm
ple He must be alert to see or hear any
plane that passes near and phone the in
formation to the Army Information Center
at Mitchell Field immediately
The observers are all very grateful
to Reverend Burt and the other observers
who assisted him in building a small
room just outside the door that leads out
on the roof of the building This has
been a source of comfort during cold and
NATIONAL DEFENSE TRAININu CENTER
Since the inauguration of our Nat
ional Defense Machine Shop practice
courses on February llth 1941 we have
trained over 200 workers Classes have
been in session continually since that
date with the exception of two weeks
recess last summer Courses have con
slsted of actual machine shop experience
together with instruction ln Blue Print
Reading and Shop Mathematics
There are now three types of pro
grams in progress the supplementary and
two types of pre employment One pre em
ployment group trains for thirty hours
per week Two other pre employment
groups train for fifteen hours per week
each The supplementary groups train
for nine hours per week each The thlr
ty hour per week ore employment course
is the first course which was offered be
glnnlng in February, 1941 In April,
1941 the two supplementary courses be
gan, and in March 1942 the two fifteen
hour pre employment courses were started
These new courses increased our enrolment
Later in that month, Mr Snaoo, and
Mr Jay Purple spent a Sunday afternoon
looking fo a suitable place for the
post It had to be located within fif
teen seconds of a phone The roof of
the high school was chosen Accordingly
a report was sent of the location of the
Needham and Donald Atwater as assistants
with fifteen other observers
On December 8 1941 at lO OO P Y
orders were received from headquarters
to man the post at once Observers were
to report all flights of planes and op
erate the post twenty four hours a day
After he had recruited observers, Mr
Snapp started them working on a two hour
shift once a week This required 168 ob
servers to work in pairs two hours each
Other civilian defense units were
organized Since observers wished to
to sixty six trainees in the month f
March One of the latter oreem loyment
courses is a class for women e other
ls what is termed the Junior Defense
program for high school boys
Instructors are as fol ous
Frank Vorley two pre employment courses
Mr Alexander Irwin, Women's pre employ
ment course Mr Joseph Prosch, supple
mentary course, Mr Kenneth Loomis,
supplementary course The director of
th local Nations' Defer e ro'ra
Mr Clifford N Peck
COLLINS FLSTIVAL PROGRANS
Hugo Brandt Company
Play 'The Mollusc
November 15 1941
November 22 1941
November 29 1941
December 6 1941
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SALE OF DEFEVSE BONDS AID S AMPS
In February 1942 the sale of De
fense Savings Stamps and Bonds was
started in the Newark Valley Central
School The purpose of the school sales
system is to promote the buying of stamps
and bonds and to mane it convenient for
the students to pur hase stamps and order
bonds in the school building
Defense Stamp sales day is Tuesday
in grades one through six and Thursday
for the junior and senior high school
To date our sales totals have been as
follows stamps Sees 15 Bonds Sssoo oo
Frler and Miss Brooks are direct
ing this program assisted by students who
collect orders and distribute stamps
Student assistan s are Mar' Jean Smith
harion Allen, Janet Purple Ruth Bridges
and Elaine Haecker
FIRST AID CLASSES
Beginning January 8 1041 First Aid
classes were started in Newark Valley
with Vr Brown as instructor Begistra
t'on in the classes was over 150 people
Three Standard Red Cross courses and
one advanced course were given
The classes were conducted in the
school library and gymnasium
The standard First Aid course was a
twenty hour course, given in ten two
hour periods The advanced course was a
ten hour course given in five two hour
study of the six digital pressure points,
artlficia' re plration, triangular ban
dages, shocm, burrs, fractures, traction
splln s and war gases
Two First Aid stations have been set
One at the school and the other ir
the lunicipal Building A First Aid
Souad of ten First Aiders and a leader,
with a doctor as an adviser, is in charge
of each station
Since 1937 classes in Christian or
Religious Education have been given to
pupils in grades four through six and
in high school This year classes were
begun in the Third grades The classes
n he Pro es en 'roups n rra es ree
tnrough six have been taught by hrs De
walt on Tuesdays and the athollc chil
dren by Rev Alexander Stec on Thursdays
An average of forty minutes per week is
allowed to each group The Protestant
chur hes have placed the responsibility
of their program in tne Newark Valley
Council of Christian .ducation consist
ing of five members from each church
This orovra of hrlstian .duo tion as
conducted by Ars Dedalt and Rev Stec
has as its purpose the furtherance of
character building of the youth in the
This year we have emphasized SAFETY
ln our school bus transportation system
especially in guarding small children
who cross the highway after alighting
from buses to go to their homes On the
main highways bus monitors are provided
with red flags which they hold out as a
warning that pupils are crossing the
This monitor system was given con
iderable publicity in October, 1941
Local papers publicized the plan O
October 25, 1941 the Binghamton Press
featured our monitor system with an ar
ticle and large pictures, one showing
the monitors in a group and anotner show
ing a monitor on duty protecting small
children from passing traffic Favorable
comment on this monitor sys em was vol
untarlly given to the school by man
including Captain Fox of the State Troop
er Headquarters in Sidney, and Sergeant
Kelly of Ithaca
The newest feature of the ranspor
tation system is a new 21 passenger bus
which was added to our fleet in the
spring of 1942 This bus contributes
considerably to the flexibility of our
ADULT YPI G CLASS
An adult class in typewriting was
started in the early spring About
twenty five persons registered for he
course Tu sday night was selected as
the most convenient time for the reatest
number who indicated interest ln the sub
ject The class met weekly from 7 30 to
9 50 P f in Room 40
The objectives of the course were
1 A fundamental mastery of the
keyboard and it use for special char
acters and leslgns
2 Business letter froms and en
3 Arrangement of material
4 A basis for speed building
5 Special uses of typewrltlng de
sired by embers of the class
'Democracy is on trial in the world on
a more colossal scale than ever before
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The annual Plano Recital of the
pupils of Miss Grace Burlington was held
Friday, June 13 1941 in the Central
School auditorium The program consisted
e Roll Along plaved by
Richard Lewis 'March of
by Richard Tappan and
'Aunt Susannah by Alice
Bliss, Virginia Bradley,
'See Saw' by Dona Snapp
by Pattv Lou Baird,
by Gerry Curkendall
Sky Fishes by Richard Lewis, 'Haste
Ferry Millstream' by Shirley Givens
'Song of the Wermaids' by Patricia Givens,
'Spring Song and 'Air' by Arlene oalpin
'Theme From Liebestraum Vo 3 and 'Bus
Little Bee' by Cora Ellen Deland 'Rlgo
letto' by Audrey Frier, 'Distant Bells
by Richard Tappan, 'The Clock by Ade
line Onofrlo, 'Twilight in Sleepy Hollow
by Alice Purple 'Variations on Carry
Me Back to Old Virglnny' by Allan Ardell
'To a Skyscraper' by Phyllis Dalola,
'Jarabe Tapatio' by Phyllis Wade, 'Even
tide' by Virginia Bradley 'A La Bien
Joan Frier an
Gentle Ni ht
Rose' 'To Spring and 'Waltz' by Nay
fred Stlmnlng March Pontificale' b
Phyllis Jade and Helen Saxby May Time
and 'Shepherd's Hey by Irene Roslnsky
and Sarah Paterson 'Coronation Larch
From the Prophet' by Dorla Bushnell,
Sally Simmons, Mayfred Stlmming and
Helen Esther Baker
The ushers for the recital were
Laura Becker, Peggy Bliss, Helen Lewis
and Erma Tarbox
The Youth Camp of the school is one
of the first of its kind ln the State
Its purpose is to give boys of the school
district a chance to spend an American
boy's ideal vacation a week of camp
The cabin itself is situated one
mile back of the school on a school
owned forested area It has a kitchen,
a meeting room, a dining room, and two
sleeping alcoves plus an attic and a
storage room Nearby is a sanitary
Although a definite schedule is set
up each year, the boys are allowed to
choose what they would like to do after
certain routine character build ng chores
have been finished Various hikes,
astronomy, exploring, supper, and over
night are taken
swimming pool is
the camp itself
truck is kept at
the boys and to use in cases of emergency
The Buddy system' is used by the boys
while swimming, hiking and working
each week Since the
about four miles from
the school pick up
the camp to transport
About forty six week campers and
forty six day campers took advartage of
the Youth Camp last year The supervl
sion was under the Department of Physi
cal Education of the school w'th Hr
Crede Hagerty as Camp Director
PAREwT TLAOHFBS' ASSOuIATIO
TEWARK VALLLY C PTHAL SCHOO'
Theme for year 'Know Your Schoo
'Know Your Parent Teachers'
Vrs Joseph LaDuska New York
State Distric Leader of P T
'Know Your Board of .duc tion
Yrs Alta Pope Mr Stl ming
Program Play 'Dre oward
Hrs Wlnlfred 'cPherson
'Know How Your School Is
Superlntendert lyde B l,ers
'Know Your Dist ict Suoerln
Superintendent Hire ickerson
Louis ooney, Chairman
Your School Chi d'
Reverend Harrison De alt
C ifford nllks
Dr Hiram L Knapp, Jr
Mr Thur Smith
lr Clifford Peck
now Your Modern Elementary
Mrs nllzabeth Paton, Chairman
'rs Marian Shoultes
Mr Frederick Brown
Miss 'sud Saxton to Dr Floyd Chidester
Newark Valley New York lovenber 22
41ss Dorothy koodcock to Fr George Dro
jarskl, nest febster, New York, December
Yiss Elizabeth Howland to Nr Merrill
Patch Newark Valley, New York, August
Miss Puth VcHahon to Mr Felipe Edson
Elizabe h City North Carolina, January
Son Jack Sheldon Goodfe low to rr an
Mrs Harold S Goodfellow on June 4
1941 at Ideal Hospital
Son, Dona'd Charles Fancher to Hr and
Mrs L R Fancher on December 6 1941
at Packer 'capital
Dau hter, Diane Scott Geerren to Vr and
Mrs Albert Geerken on January 15, 1942
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The organ1zat1or1s whose advertlsements appear 1n
the followmg pages have shown the1r fr1endsh1p to our
school and our comrnumty They have rece1ved our
staff members cord1ally and co operated w1th them
gladly You w1ll fmcl these advertlsers pleasant
people wxth whom to do busmess
READ THE ADS
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You are now through School Days but your educatlon
1S but start1ng
a greater or lesser degree Ih1S IS to be always w1th
you Much of your success w1ll depend upon how you
meet 1t and cooperate Wllh 1t and make 1t your fnend
BANKS and BANKING are constantly used by BUSI
NESS and are a b1g factor 1n 1ts operatrons
Know how and do use BANK fac111t1es to the fullest
START A BANK ACCOUNT
Talk w1th your BANKER often better before you act
Hrram I. Knapp Sr Presrdent G C Hulxck Cashler
Charles A Becordon Vlce Pres Clyde D Turk Asst Cashler
FIRST NATICNAL BANK
Newark Valley. New York
Irrespective of your future Profession-Trade-Position to
NEWARK VALLEY NEW YORK
Mcrnufcrcturlng home of
GOLD MEDAL LADDERS
Mallory Huis Interwoven Socks
BANDLER 8c STILES
19 Lake Street
Apparel for Men
Mlchcrels Stern Clothes
OWEGO NEW YORK
Compliments of Paper Products
I MCTAMNEY S
Sold through your local dealer
71 Temple Street PAPER
Syracuse New York
OWEGO NEW YORK
School Supplzes and
Phone 659 Statzonery
Slxty one years of servlng people of northern Pennsylvama and
southern New York yet as young as today and always alert
to serve you the youth of Amencal
HILLS MCLEAN 8: HASKINS
BINGHAMTON NEW YORK
WILL YOU SACRIFICE YOUR FUTURE FOR
IMMEDIATE OR TEMPORARY GAIN?
Clerk and messenger Jobs are easy to get under present war condrtrons-but
what of the years ahead?
Secretanal and ofhce trarmng partrcularly shorthand and typewntrng lead
to better pos1t1ons and added secunty
Dont sacnhce your future for lmmedlate ga1n The Bmghamton Busmess
Instltute 1S trammg hundreds of hxgh school graduates for lucratxve pos1t1ons
and assured futures
Ind1v1dual rnstructron rn all phases of modern busrness procedure such as
Typmg Shorthand Busmess Mach1nes Fxhng Bookkeep1ng Accountrng Aud
1t1ng Advertzsmg Merchandrsmg and Secretarial Work Free placement
V1s1t the School or send for free catalog
BINGHAMTON BUSINESS INSTITUTE
JAMES H ROBINSON Duector
163 Front Street BINGHAMTON N Y
TeL 4 2791
Tom Lawler General Tues Inc Comphments
85 Washington St. Tel 2 1207
Bmghamton New York I C PENNEY CO
Retread Head Quarters Bmghqmfon Compu-ny
TRI For the best ln
HOME MADE ICE CREAM
64 Court St 13 Washmgton Ave 50955 P-ND SUND-5-ES
Apparel for Mllady Fountam Service
119 West Mann Street
I "Where smart clothes need not be Umm' N Y
expens1ve" Next no Elvm Theatre
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Known Where There Are
Schools and Colleges
Maker of Off1c1a1 Rmgs and Invxtatlons
or classes of 1942 1943 1944
Rochester N Y
Pyro fax Gas Servrce
Brnghamton Battery Sales
37 39 Collrer St Bmghamton N Y
Humphries R G Moses
Prop Sales Mgr
THE R 6 P DINER
1304 E Mam Street
N uh' Said
BEN S CLOTHES SHOP
Maxn and Wlllow s
Lmdy Mrles Apphance Co
1504 North Street
Opposte new IBM Bldg
ARMY 6. NAVY
Endxcott New York Washmqton Ave Endxcott
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Sales and Servlce
Texaco Good Year
Oweqo New York
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Flowers for Every Occas1on
BOOL S FLOWERDALE
Phone 2758 Ithaca N Y
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WALTER R MILLER CO nc
Offxce Supply Dealers
170 Waslungton and 121 State St.
W1111am E Halstead
See Us To
Keep Your Car In Tr1m
10 Court St Owego N
wonx HARD Fon
-and then relax at a movxel
Next to Ithaca Hotel
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ASPHALT SHINGLES AND ROLL ROOFING
Three carloads on hand ready for spnng dehvery vanous styles of stnp and
hex shlngles 1n textured and plaxn surface Brlght blue Blue blends Ever
green Wood blend Red and let Black
Pnces based on d1rect factory shxpment
We would welcome the opportun1ty of show1ng you samples and quohng you
pnces on your requuements
Come rn wnte or telephone
E H M111er Lumber Co, Inc
162 176 North Avenue Phone 134 Owego New York
he staff of SCHOOL MEMORIES 1942
ho by therr hnanclal support have
helped to make th1s book poss1b1e
There IS no flner house pa1nt made
Regardless of the PIICB you pay' It IS
A. L DAVIS SON
45 49 Washlngton Street
Bxnghamton N Y
SHOP AT HAMLIN S
WHERE YOUR DOCTOR BUYS
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
59 Washxngton Avenue
Endlcott N Y
Endzcott s Boys Shop
EVERYTHING FOR THE BOY
AND HIS DAD
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1nexpens1ve call at
THE BONNET SHOP
at the Slgn of Dresses and M1I1mery
The Flymg Red Horse 144 E State Street
Ithaca New York
Socony Vacuum O11 Co nc
E. I HOLLEN BECK
Fancy Grocer1es Meats Fru1ts Compliments of
FREE DELIVERY Chauvlns 5c to S1 00
Phone 133 Water Street
Newark Valley New York
THE BEST FOR LESS
"Right on the Curve"
R. D. 2, Union, New York West Corners
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CITY NATIONAL BANK
Bmghamton s Oldest Bank
Buy All The War Stamps and Bonds
You Can As Often As You Can
The Store For
Men and Boys
Hart Schaffner 6. Marx
Nunn Bush Shoes
Endlcott Umon Dlstrlct
D S DIMON
Eye S1ght Speclahst
73 Chenango Street
Off Phone 2 1368
The S Alfred Seeley
General Hardware Pamts O1lS
Plumbmg and Heatmg
Phone 74 R
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Ground Floor Office Binghamton, N. Y. Pitchers Gas Station
of , ' , '
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Tinning - Plumbing - Heating
DuPont Paint - Varnish
Phone 34 78 North Ave
Oweqo New York
TIOGA SHOE REPAIR
Shoe Rebuilding Hats Cleaned and
Blocked Shoes Sh1ned
45 Lake Street Oweqo
Paul Harns Company
Factory Fresh Candy
Mon mv UY
End1cott Dry Cleamng Co
C P MANOUSE
All Klnds of Alterahons
Fur Coats Remodeled
1200 North Street 22 Iackson Ave
Endxcott New York
Agent m Newark Valley
Bushnell s Store
Kelvlnator Electric Ranges
Gas 6, Combmatlon Ranges
158 Court St Blnghamton N Y
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A u Maytag Sales 61 Service
Quality Luggage and Leather Goods
D1amonds Watches Iewelry
A B R A M S
49 Chenango Street
Bmghamton New York
MacCLARY - STABLER
AUTOMOBILE FIRE INSURANCE
Phone 418 105 East Mann Street
Endxcott New York
R C PATCH 6. CO
Coal Burldmg Supphes Lumber
Roohng a Specralty
Berkshire New York
E L HILKINS CO
The House of Quahtv
Iewelers and Optornetrrsts
46 Washington Ave EI'ld1COII N
THE MOST COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE
IN THE SOUTHERN TIER
Youll hnd HAMLIN S RED CROSS DRUG STORES have com
plete stocks of Drugs and Chemxcals 1n fact nearly everythmg
known to medrcal sclence are on Hamhn s shelves
Rrght now Plus the fmest prescnpuon serv1ce-ampoules toxrns
and serums truss and surglcal gannents-all these serv1ces and
many more make Hamlm s the store to shop when you need drug
59 Washmgton Ave 236 Mam Street 68 Court St 6. State
Endrcott Iohnson Crty Bmgharnton
MAIN STORE 34 36 COURT STREET NEVER CLOSED
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IN NATIONAL EMERGENCY
In case of evacuat1on of c1v1han populatton your school buses are wel
equ1pped and your school bus dnvers well quahhed to do the job
The school buses 1n da1ly use 1f mob1l1zed would be capable of transportmg
approxrrnately 2 790 O00 troops at one tlme
A MODERN MILITARY MIRACLE
Therefore school buses are one of the Nat1on s greatest bulwarks 1n DEFENSE
OF DEMOCRACY The safety and endurance of Penn Yan bu1lt bod1es have
PENN YAN BUSES Inc
ELMER G ANGEVINE
Ncrhonal Bank Buxldmg Cradle to College Wear
Endicott New York For Infants Ch11dren and Mxsses
Exghteen Years Expenence To-I-S To TEENS
All Forms of Insurance 1n Nat1onally Endlcon New York
Comphmenfs of Ralph I Rogers Ieweler
WHIPPLE s LUMBER YARD 52 CW' G' Wmmmon
Bmghamton. New York
Endwell New York
GIIIS For the Years For All the Famxly
Phone Endicott 1581 Also For Fnends and Sweethearts
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Wholesale Coniechonery SERVICE STORE
Schrafft s Chocolates
Beacon Feeds and Beacon Servlce
3840 Market Street
Phone 502 RICHFORD NEW YORK
A1-lbum N Y Kenneth Barden Manager
Mxlk Coolers Mxlkmg Machmes Comphmems
Farm Machinery and Repaus
Internatxonal Trucks and
ROSS A TAPPAN
217 East State Street
Newark Valley New York ITHACA NEW YORK
3 Pnce Cleanxng Servxce
Standard S1 50 up Economy S1 00 up
Compet 75c up
Complete Fur Servlce
Cold Storage S2 00 up Fur Cleanxng S2 50 up
Dry Storage 75c up
Repamng and Relmlng
Blankets Drapes Curta1ns Rugs and Furnlture
103 Dryden Road 205 North Aurora Street
Ithaca New York
In Newark Valley every Wednesday and Saturday
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SUNOCO GAS 6 OIL
Greasmg and Washmq
Newark Valley N Y
TIOGA COUNTY HERALD
N, R. Macpherson Cargill's Service Station
The School Memones Staff IS grateful
to the followrng for the1r help 1n fmanc
mg th1s book
Mrs.I W Paul Newark Valley
George E Roberts Newark Valley
Good Fnend Shop Bmghamion
Ioe Auth Barber Shop Owego
Ahwaga Hotel, Owego
Owego Natzonal Bank Owego
Davxd A Welch, Owego
Week s Quahty Bakery Owego
Harveys Dress Shoppe Owego
Lynns Dnzg Store Owego
Nathan M. Hale Att Owego
When you thmk of
Phone 78 I
You can usually flnd anythmg
you want at
BUSHNELL S RED
86 WHITE STORE
Phone 761 Newark Valley
F E MOSES
SOCONY FILLING STATION COMPLIMENTS
Mobxl and Ethyl Gas
Sorosol Cleanmg Fluxd
DR H L. KNAPP SR
Owego Five 61 Ten. Owego
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JAMES W BAIRD
Real Estate and Insurance
News - Candy - Cigars
Whitman s Candies
MARVIN. A WElCH
47 Lake Street
Owego New York
N P LEWIS
Success to the Class of 1942
192 Front Street
Owego New York
The Best Place to Shop
When You are rn Ithaca
For Over 60 Years Ithaca
and Tompklns County Lead
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Newark Valley N Y
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E. F Inderhed Hardware Co
Endxcott N Y
Church St Owego
Coal Flour Feed
Newark Valley New York
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Devoe Paints 6 Vamishes, elc.
Hardware - Farm Equipment
Roofing - Plumbing
Owego Murray Co.
Owego N Y
Where Savmgs Are Made
HUGH E. HOGAN
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Owego, New York
Telephone 182 R
In Owego s Newest and Most Up to date Cleamng Plant
JAMES E DIBBLE
Moth Proofmg Dyerng Repcnnng
Prompt Dehvery and P1ck Up Serv1ce
Owego Plant 73 Adehne Street
Call Owego 596
Newark Valley Branch of Offrce Robert s Store
Your Fmest Garments Carefully Pressed
General Dry Cleanzng
I B Shepard 86 Son
Endlcott New York
Sc to 51.00 Store
UNION, NEW YORK
CHARLES D STARR
JEWELRY and GIFT SHOP
15 LAKE STREET
OWEGO NEW YORK
Dr George M Decker
OWEGO NEW YORK
THE START OF ANYTHING
Every accomphshment goes back to
A thnft account here may prove your
real start towards success
Endrcott Trust Company
Endzcott New York
d posto by Fed al D post lnsur n
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Deposits insured up to S5000 lor each
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THE OWEGO DINER
EMMA ELSIE and IIM
We wrsh success to all Semors
the many frlends we have made
48 Washmgton Avenue
Complete Bankmg Servlce
Deposlt Insured Up To S5000 by
Federal Deposrt Insurance
The Bank of Frzendly Servrce
EN DICOTT NEW YORK
GORDON S STUDIO
23 WASHINGTON AVENUE
ENDICOTT NEW YORK
World and Local Area
Endrcott Dally Bulletln
We guarantee to improve th-e
performance of your car with the
MASTER MOTO LAB TESTER
Howard Maas Garage
23 McKinley Ave
Endicott New York
WEAVER S'I'EERING CORRECTION
Tioga Countys Largest
Comer Front and Lake s
Owego New York
Training Pays Dividends
Today s High School student is the material
from which wll be moulded the executive of
tomorrow However success in bus ness can
not be ga ned by wishful think ng
requ res a sol d foundation of specialized
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give yourself the advantages of a Ridley
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Sun Building Q Binghamton N Y
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in a very small margin and this marginal bit of effort of time
of training will change the forces of failure for anyone
WE can help with friendly counsel and advice
UNION TRUST COMPANY
of Endicott, N. Y
A Marine Midland Bank
Member of the Federal Deposit
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
BABCOCK'S SPCRT SHCP
Complete Equipment for Every Sport
174 Washlngton Street
123-125 State Street
USE THE IN STRUMEN
W F Ludwrg
Mustcal Instrument Co
94 Chenango St
Bmghamton N Y
Hcrrns Army Navy Store
Complete Outfxtters or
167 Washxnqton St
Bmqhumton. New York
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Furmture Rugs Accessones
Bmqhamton N Y
CANCEIIAIIDN SHOE SIURE INC
192 Wash1ngton Street
Blnghamton New York
Home of famous shoes at
almost half pnce
Byrne Hrcaps Se1ber11ng T1res Byrne Recaps
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Waslungton and Hawley Streets
Binghamton New York
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