Newark Valley Central High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Newark Valley, NY)

 - Class of 1943

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V x ,K-A f V , g gg? 2 ' V ' Q ' : .1 fi! ff 4 2" '- ' fa A 5' if inf 5' ' -- ' '- IICUXITWGUN Coach has been our understanding friend for a long time. His steady good humor and his interest in each of us is unfailing. He has been the backbone and stamina of our teams season after season. His skill in teaching the tech- nique of the game is equalled only by the example of good sportsmanship he has set for boys and girls alike. No word of appreciation could be complete with- out a Nthank youn'for rides to school in the morning. It is with respect and affection that we dedicate this 1943 issue of SCHOOL MEMORIES to Coach Barney Goodfellow. Vi his 3 1 I' H W in H '-, -All X t 9 if 'gf 5 qggtgeggl an ,E sM.g?,W :-. ME DEDICATE THIU PAVE L R Fancher Vice Prlnclpal In urateful apprecxatlon for h1S guidance and fr1endbh1p these pasi Your xedrS wlih deep regrei od W1bh6S for h1S 5ucces5 an happlness V To N Y 6 A . 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ITMFIV ADWINISTRATINE STAFF Hr Clxfford H Peck DUQSFVISIHQ M L Rosc e Fancher V1ce Mr Loren B HcPherson Secretary Hrs Arlene Frost Secretary and 0ff1C6 MISS Ela1ne Haecker Secretary to V1ce FACULTY CLUB Presldent PFES1d8UL Secretary Treasurer Mrs El1zabeth Patch Mr Frederlck Brown V1ce Mlss Gladys Besanson MISS Ellzabeth CUNMIDQS 7 'VC I P1i g,,,,...g 1.-...gg .4 as 1' RELIGIOUS EDUCATION Q A Rev Alexander Stec Mrs Elalne Dewalt n 1 .h Ol N t wi 0.1, J fam, cr J A Nlvffff Prlnclpal Pr1nc1pal and Clerk Ass1stant Pr1nc1pal .-.kg 'bf BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS Earl Saddlemlre Super1ntendent Clarence Lawton Janltor Jerald Gray Jan1tor Thomas H1UF1ChS8H Janltor L is ,, Q y mini' I f: -W ,r 1 f A J RWD! 5 ""'4w Q ff NATIONAL DEFENSE U- Alexander Irw1n Instructor MHPVIH Turner Instructor Gustav bChl9S1H26F Instructor Cl1fford M Peck Dxrector Mrs Leona WacLowry Women s Advlser Tool Crlb Attendant HEALTH STAFF Hlram L Knapp School Physlclan Dr Walter A Loope Dental Consultant MISS R Ellzabeth CUMMIHQS Nurse Teacher Dorothy P1erce Dental Hyg1en1st TRANSPORTATION CADET TEACHERS WISS Sab1na Wolek Hr Robert Anderson 1155 Constance Reynolds H Edward Purcell WISS Irene Sllco MISS Hartha Galloway K CAFETERIA Mrs Helen B WacPherson DUQGFVISOF Hrs Anna PILCBEF Wanager Mrs Luella horn Asslstant Hanager I DeAlton Hover Superlntendent of Farage Lee Hollenbeck Farage ASSISLHHL Dr1vers R1chard N1ClOlS Hr Clarence Thompson Lacey Kenyon H J DeAlton Hover Clymer Wurtenburu Hr Edwln FISBB Kenneth Mead Hr Arthur Frost Colllns Sherwood Hr Gerald Gray Lee Hollenbeck Hr Thomas H1HF1ChS8H 7 Y , 'E ,., 1 , 1 .4 .. ,Jpfi ' ff' N a - 1 - -,, " ,IS ss Ly: H, I V D L? . 5 . 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IFNEIUIUVY MR CLIFFORD M PECK A B M S IH Ed Superv1s1ng PFIDCIQ Member Evaluatlon CONDILLCC Mlddle States ASSOCIBLIOD of Colleges and Secondary Schools Member Ph1 Delta Kappa Theta Chapter Cornell UD1V6PS1lb V1ce pres1dent Tappan Spauld1ng Me or1al Llbrary Board MRS RUTH C ARDELL Fourth Grade Cha1rman IDL8Fm8d1Bt8 Assembly COMMILLCS A1r Ra1d COMMILLBE MISS GLADYS BESANSON B A M A B S S 8D1Sh French, and En l1Sh V1c ory Corps Press Club VISCF Sophomore Class Advlser Secretary Faculty Club M S RUTH A L BROOKS B A M A Commerclal Departme Student Store DIFGCLOP Central Treasurer of Extra Classroom Defense Stamp Sales DIPGCLOP MR FREDERICK BROWN Funds JUHIOF Hlgh Socxal SLUd16S JUHIOF Flrst A1d Club Adv1ser A1r Ra1d COIIILLEB Cha1rman V106 presldent Faculty Club Freshman Class Adv1ser MR WARREN BURGER B S A rlcultural De artment Adv1ser 4H Club AdV1SeF Salvage CBWPBIQD AdV1SeF MRS CASSIE E CHAMBERLAIN Llbrarlan Art Department Llbrary Club Advlser Art Club Advlser MRS MAUDE S CHIDESTER JUHIOP Mlgh Mathematlcs MISS R ELIZABETH CUMMINGS R N School Nurse Teacher Attendance and Census Supervlsor SOC18l Hyglene Treasurer Faculty Club 8 MR L ROSCOE FANCHER B A B S V1 oe Pr1 ncxpal Cha1rman V1ctory Corps General Staff Student Counc1l Advlser M1l1LBTy Math Club Adv1ser Blology Teacher I . ..,... f .. ..al . ,. 1 I I I ,w i I H IS . .. 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's l ' is Xu MISS CHARLOTTE DeMAURIAC B S mmerclal Departme Student Store DIPSCLOP Defense Stamp Sales Dlrector MR ROBERT DeRUE Instrumental Mus1c Band and Orchestra Vlctory Corps M1l1tary Mus1c MRS DOROTHY DROJARSKI B A M A 91 QL, JUDIOF H1 h En l1sh Sen1or Class AdV1S6P MR ALBERT FROST B S IH Ed General Sclence Boy Scout Counselor A1r Ra1d Comm1ttee VICLOF Cor s S1 nal Cor s Club Adv1ser Y P 8 P Sophomore Class Adv1ser MR HAROLD GOODFELLOW B S Dlrector of Health and Ph s1cal Educat1on Personal and-Socla yglene Rlfle Club Advlser Varslty Sports JHHIOF Class Advlser MISS JANET GAYLORD B S yggal HUEIQ Glee Clubs and Chorus Octette Freshmen Class Adv1ser Student Councll Advlser Assembly COMMILLBC Adv1ser MRS WILMA HINES Flfth Grade MR ALEXANDER IRWIN Instructor NBLIODBI Defense Machxn e Shop MRS JESSIE M JOSLIN Junxor Hlgh SOC18l StUd16S Guldance and Safety Educat1on War Map Study Club AdV1S6F MISS GLENDA KENYON B S Second Grade G1rl Scouts Adv1ser 9 ji: MISS MILDRED KENYON Second Grade Cha1rlan Prllary Read1ng COIIILLBQ MR MERRILL LaLONE B S Sen1or HBLh6l8L1CS and Sc1ences VICLOFY Corps S1gnal Corps Club Advxser MRS ETHEL LONG Thlrd and Fourth Adgustment Grade MRS LEONA MacLOWRY Women's Defense Shop Advlser Tool Cr1b Aflendant MRS HELEN B MacPHERSON B S Honenak1n De artment Mo ern M155 ub A vlser Bachelor Club Adv1ser Sen1or Hlgh SOCIB1 SLHd18S Vlctory Corps General Staff War Map Study Club Adv1ser MR LOREN B MCPHERSON Off1ce Secretary Clerk of Board of EdUCBL10D MRS WINIFRED MCPHERSON Q lor Hxgh Engll JUDIOF Red Cross Advlser DPBIBLIC Counsel Advlser Costume Club Advlser MRS LORETTA B MERITHEN Slxth Grade MRS MARJORIE T OWEN Grade 1 A 10 MISS MARY MCCULLEY B.A., M.A. .un. . .Sh MRS. ELIZABETH PATCH First Grade President, Faculty Club Air Raid Committee Chairman, Safety Committee MISS MARJORIE ROBERTS B.A. Junior Hi h En lish H1 ing nb Adviser MRS. DORIS RUSSELL Fifth and Sixth Grade Special Teacher Adult Immigrant Education MR GUSTAV SCHLESINGER B S M A Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Instructor National Defense School Model Building Club Adviser SCHOOL MEMORIES Business Adviser Victory Corps General Staff MRS MARIAN SHOULTES Third Grade MISS DOROTHY E SNOW B A M 'CQ' n1or High Engllsh SCHOOL MEMORIES Literary Adviser Valley Bally Hoo Adviser MISS PAULINE THAYER First Grade Girl Scouts Adviser MRS ARLENE FROST Secretary to Supervising Principal Adviser Student Finance 2 5 Sgt Crede Hagerty is in the Medical Corp Unit of the U Q t i S Army He is stationed at Fort Niagara He left here last July 5" where he 1S engaged as an instructor f 3 -g- , Miss Brooks left with her husband 1D December and has U E Z axj accepted a Job as instructor in commerce at the Rome Air De pot Mrs Drogarski left in January to be with her husband F who IS stationed 1D Georgia 0' S " E T Miss Irene Moody is now employed in the I B M She gave up her teaching position in September 11 i'll . . ., ..A. ' Se . . I . . , ' I di fi rg - . , ' ' A. ' ' - fag' Q Q EWQ Mr. Kenneth Loomis left in August for the.Rome Air Depot iw: fi We ' ' im? Cf' ' I 1 'T' QA1 I ' ' . o '.A faa:.2 f E 5 S " ' ' ' - A 75-v-E-. ll I 'X K 4. i '54- 5- ll ' ""-ff-lg, v. I '- ' ' ,, X ll E ,I . f 'ur vp' ,,. if ,wg f...:f:xi!J I f9"7!'!L Il: - QQEFFFWGQ. 4gS7l?-isii iiuii Cl. SS 1545 I Glenda leatfall Helen Nllnik Helen Slnlona Vlola Dorr lllly IIIOH julla laalouaky Sophie Okrepkle r'uv CLASS OF 1943 in 1931 2 Helen letsler Batty Bender Loulae Okrepkle Phillip Allen lerle Hover Francia Doty Francla lorrie Paul Ornlby J lillian Rhodea Richard Ballou George Yanan joseph Brochon llllian Phelpa Richard Rlnker 4 Roger Lelge George Okrepkle juanlta Seward Helena Dalton Janette Hopkins Shirley Petara OFFICERS President - Lorraine Shrigley Vice-president - Robert Bartlett Treasurer - Helen Lewis Secretary - Evelyn Tull Business Manager - Helen Simmons diff ' JQQH1 ,QFTSCI Y +eQiEEf5-Qaguaqif Class Flower Ati Class Motto Rose " ff? :3,Q5f" C S A Semper Fidelis ,, Class Colors Crimson and White In appreciation of Our Class Deans for their able guid- ance and faith in our aspirations, we gratefully dedicate this portion of SCHOOL MEMORIES. 13 Lorraine Shrlgley Salutatorian 'lhen she talks it ian't conversation, it's a filibuster. Aiitlong lar worker, then college Candy Salesman 4: Christmas Play Cast 1: Defense School 4: Draaatica Club l: Glee Club l,4: Mixed Quorus l,4: Senior Class President 4: Senior Play Cast 4: Student Council l: Yearbook Staff 4: Student Day Teacher 4 Donald Galpin Honor Student 'Be there a will, and wisdom finds a say.' Ambition: Agricultural Teacher Uiristaas Play Cast 3: F.F.A. l,2: F.F.A. President 3,4: Fire larden 3: Glee Club 1: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Uuorus 1: Student Council President 4: Student Day Teacher 4 Robert Bartlett ' 'Be had s hlad to contrive and a tongue to persuade.' Advitiong Globe Trotter Airplane Spotter 3: Boys' Qiartette 2,3: Camera Club President l: Dancing Club 1: Defense School 4: Glee Club l,2,3,4: Intramrals l,2,3,4: jay-Vees l,2: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4: Model Building Club I: Operetta 1,3: Refereelng 4: Rifle Club 2: Student Council I: Varsity Sports 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Student Day Teacher 4 Rosemary Harter 'Eyelashes that could sweep the cobvebs froa any usan's heart.' Ambition: Medical Secretary Airplane Spotter 3,4: Queer Leader 3,4: Conencement Usher 3: Draaatics Club l,3: Dramatlcs Council 4: Girls' Octette 3,4: Glee Club l,2,3,4: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4: Operetta 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Student Council Secretary 4: Student Store Clerk 4: Yearbook Staff 3 Evelyn Tull 'Lonely as a slgn post, and all roads lead to Missouri.' Adbitiong Housewife Baccalaureate Usher 3: Cheer Leader 2: Class Secretary 4: Coxencement Usher 3: Defense School 4: Girls' Acapella Choir 2,3: Glee Club l,2,3,4: Hall Monitor 2,3: lhmemaking Club 2,3: Intramurals l,2,3: junior Pliy Cast 3: Mixed Umorua l,2,3,4: Senior Play CII! 4: Student Council 3 Helen Lewis Valedictorian 'She carries a lot of freight on her train of thought.' Adaitiona Social lorker Art Club 2: Baccalaureate Head Usher 3: Christmas Play Cast 2: Class Secretary-Treasurer 1: Class Treasurer 3,4: Couaaencement Bead Usher 3: Dancing Club Representative 2: Draaatics Club Secretary 3: Dramatics Council President 4: Girl Scouts President 2: Girls' Octette 3,4: Girls' Sextette 2: Glee Club 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3: junior Play Cast 2: Mixed Chorus 2,3,4: Operetta Principal 3: Orchestra 2,3: Pros Qamittee 3: Scrap Drive Ooxittee 4: Senior Play C-ast 4: Si Club 4:Student Store Clerk 4:Valley Bally-Boo Staff 4: Yearbook Associate Editor 3: Yearbook Editor-In-Guief 4: Student Day Teacher 4: Sui tchboa rd 4 George Ball Honor Student 'He knows the art of weaving song: his voice is vocal velvet.' Aiition: Graduate of Juilliard Air Plane Spotter QBerkshirej 4: Assembly Couittee Chairman 4: Drsaatics Club 2: Glee Club 2,3,4: Intranurals 2,3: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Uxorus 2,3,4: Monitor System Chairman 4: Operetta 3: Orchestra 2,3: Senior Play Cast 4: Student Council 4: Yearbook Staff 3,4 Helen Sinaaons Honor Student 'She's a regular gsb-about. ' Ambition: Dental hygienist Baccalaureate Head Usher 3: Business Manager 4: Christmas Play Cast 2: Class President 3: Colmencement Head Usher 3: Dancing Club l,2,3: Defense School 4: Dramatica Club 3: Girl Scouts l,3J Glee Club l,2,3: junior Play Cast 3: Hook and Needle Club 1: Mixed Chorus l,2,3: Operetta 3: Seasonal Sports 1,21 Senior Play Cast 4: Student Day Teacher 4: Student Store Manager 4: Valley Bally-Hoo Staff 4: Yearbook Staff 2: Yearbook Staff Manager 3: Yearbook Associate Editor 4 Arlene jevett Honor Student 'She entered the room voice first.' Ambition: Child Nurse Baccalaureate Usher 3: Candy Salesman 4: Conuencenent Usher 3: Draauatics Club Treasurer l: Glee Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3: Mixed Chorus l.2.3.4: Senior Play Cast 4: Senior Play Committee 4: junior Play Coamittee 3 Raymond Ballard 'He's noted for his inertiative.' Ambition: Band Leader Air Plane Spotter 3: Band l,2,3: Boy Scouts l: Dancing Club l,2: Defense School 4: Fire larden 3: Glee Club l,4: Intramurals l,2: jay-Vees I: Mixed Goorus l,4: Operetta l: Orchestra l,2,3: Rifle Club 3: Senibf Play Cast 4: Student Council 4: Stulsiant Day Teacher 2: Varsity Sports l,3: Yearbook Staff 2,3 14 Richard Ballou 'llia eyebrows whlstle as glrls pass.' Ambition: Aerial Gunner Officer Alr Plane Spotter 4: lbfense School 4: Glee Club 1,4: jay-Vees 2: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Chorus l,4: qperetta l: Senior Play Cast 4: Varsity Sports 3,4: Yearbook Staff 3: Student lhy Teacher 4 Irene Bakeaan 'Ihr mini ls like a surdial, it records only pleaaantness.' kbltion: Stenographer Candy Salesman l: Dancing Club l,2: Glee Club l.2,3,4: Mixed Chorus l,2,3.4: 0P'retta 3: Weretts Usher l: Press Club 1: Orchestra l,2,3,4: Senior Play Usher 4 Barbara Barden 'Those dark eyes, so dark and deepl' Ambition: Housewife A Candy Salesman l: Danclng Club 1,23 Defense School 4: Flre larden l: Glee Club l: Mixed Chorus 1: Seasonal Sports l: Senior Play Cast Usher 4: Switchboard 4: Valley Bally-Hoo Staff 4 Donald Bates 'I expect that woman will be the last thing civilised by man.' Ambition: Tool Maker Art Club l: Defense School 3,43 Glee Club l,2: Intramurals l,2,3: jay-Vees l,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus l,2: Rifle-Club 2,35 Varsity Sports l,2,3,4 Frances Beebe 'Dimples, like small whirlpools on her face.' Ambition: Housewife Air Raid larden 4: Defense School 4: Fire larden 4: Glee Club 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4: junior Play Cast 3: Library Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Operetta 3: Senior Play Committee 4: Student Day Teacher 4 Ruth Beebe 'Rennte as a portrait.' Ambition: Physical FA, Teacher Band 3,4: Dancing Club 2: Glee Club l: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus l: Orchestra l,2,3,4: Seasonal Sports l Betty Bender 'She came into the room like s squirt from a siphon. Ambition: 'elder 4 Baccalaureate Usher 3: Christmas Play Cast 3: Cozencement Usher 3: Dancing Club l,2: Defense School 4: Dramatlcs Club l,2,3: Glee Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Junior Play Cast 3: Library Club l: Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4: Operetta Cormslttee l,3: Seasonal Sports l,2: Senior Play Cast 3: Student Council 2: Student Day Teacher 2: Yearbook Staff 2 Richard Benjamin Honor Student 'Marriage is a great institution, but I'm not ready for an institution, yet.' Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer Air Raid larden 4: Boy Scouts 2: Dramatics Club 3: Flre larden 4: Glee Club 2,3: -' Intramurals l,2,3,4: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Chorus 2,3: Model Bulldlng Club 2: Operetta 3: Rifle Club 2: Senior Play Cast 4: Yearbook Staff 3,4 Ruth Cole Beebe Honor Student 'The joys of marriage are heaven on earth.' Ambition: Housewife Dancing Club l,2: Defense School 4: Glee Club l,2: Intramurals l,2,3,4: junior Play Cast 3: Mixed Chorus l,2: Senior Play Usher 4 Belva Collum Honor Student 'She does our eyes a favor. ' Aiition: Dieticlan Air Raid larden 4: Candy Salesman 4: Dancing Club l,2: Defense School 4: Fire larden 4: Glee Club l: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Mixed Chorus l: Senior Play Usher 4 15 ,Gly 4 I 'L' x ' -M. ajuwi, ini, ft V ., 7-Qi ' t,,, .. f Y Charles lunch 'His studies were pursued, but never effectually overtaken.' izltiong Professional Baseball Jia Delaney 'lords were to hia llke carrier pigeons to be released singly and in some esergency.' Ailtlong Farmer Air Raid larden 3,43 Bachelor's Club lg I.!.A. l,2,3, Vice-president 43 Fire larden 3,43 Glee Club l,2,3,4: llxed Qsorua l,2.3,4: 0P'retta 1,3 Lawrence Grant 'A slall talk expert--if there's nothing to say, he can say it. ' Airplane Spotter 33 Bachelor's Club 23 Camera Club 13 Dancing Club l,23 Defense School 43 Glee Club 1,43 Intranurals 1,23 jay-Veel 1.2: junior Play Cast 3: lixed Chorus l,4: Rifle Club 23 Varsity Club 23 Varsity Sports l,2,3,4: Yearbook Staff 43 Student Day Teacher 4 Roy Gregrou Honor Student 'Truth has a quiet breast.' Adzltlonz F. B. I. Agent I'.F.A. Secretary 33 Intramurals 1,33 junior Play Cast 33 Rifle Club 2,4 Betty lllnrlchsen 'Clothesl She has as many coats as an onlonl ' Ambition: Private Secretary Baccalaureate Usher 3: Caaers Club 1,23 Candy Salesman 43 Cheerleader 3: Gmristmas Play Cast 3: Class Secretary 33 Co-nenceaent Usher 33 Dancing Club lg Dancing Club President 2,33 Glee Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,33 junior Play Cast 3: llixed Chorus l,1,3,4: Student Council l: Student Store Clerk 4: Yearbook Staff 3 john Lawton Honor Stmlent 'He's nice, even to people that can't do him a favor.' Albitlong Aeronautical Engineer Airplane Spotter 33 Air Raid larden Captain 4: Art Club lg Dmrlstmas Play Cast 23 Defense School 4: Fire larden Captain 45 Glee Club L25 Intramurals l,2,3: jay-Vees l,2,33 lixed Grorus l,23 Rifle Club 2: Senior Play Assistant Business llanager 43 Student Council 2,33 Varsity Sports l,2,3,4 Richard Marshall 'I'la torn between vice and verse." iltion: Naval Officer Baseball 33 Dancing Club 33 lkfense School 4: l".F.A. 3: Glee Club lg Intramurals l,2,3,43 junior Play Cast 33 lixed Chorus lg Operetta lg Press Club 33 Rifle Club 3: Seasonal Sports l,2,33 Ski Club 4 lhncing Club l: Defense School 4: F.F.A. l.2.3,43 junior Play Cast 33 Intralurall l,2: Student Day Teacher 4 Sophie Ollrepkie Honor Student 'ller heart is like the loon--there's man in it.' kbltiong lar Iorker, then nurse End l,1,3,4: Dancing Club l,23 Defense School 33 Dramatics Club li Glee Club lg Intra- Iirals l,2,3: junior Play Cast 33 lixed Chorus lg Orchestra l.2,3.4: Seasonal Sports l Gladys Royce 'In class she may be a bit shyg but uith the girls, ls she fun!' Alblt ion: Defense worker Candy Saleahan 43 Defense School 45 Glee Club lg Intramurals l,2,3g Library Club lg lixed Chorus lg Senior Play Usher 4 Peter Roslnakl 'Better to have tried and aissed than to leave a pretty girl unkissed. ' Ailtlon: Hollyvood's dance director and instructor Airplane' Spotter 33 Christmas Play Cast 1,23 Dancing Club l,2: Defense School 43 Glee Club l,2,S: gunior Play Cast 33 Mixed Chorus l,1,33 Model Bxilding Club 2,33 Operetta 33 Rifle Clu 2,33 Senior Play Cast 43 Ski Club 4 16 .fi Verna Spencer 'Tha cobweb prison of shyness.' Ambition: Defense worker Candy Salesaan 4: Dancing Club 2: Defense School 4: Dranatics Club l: Glee Club l,3,4: lixed Chorus l,3,4: Operetta 3: Press Club 3: Student Store Clerk 4 lrla Tarbox 'Busy as a 1iddler's elbow.' Adaitionz lar work. then Elementary Taachinl Air Raid larden 4: Art Club l,2:Baccslaureata Usher 35 Copencepant Usher 35 Defense School 4: Draaatics Club l,2.3: Fire larden 4: Glea Clmb l,2,3,4: Book and Needle Club lgugunior Play Cast Lead 3: Library Club lg lixed Cuorus l,2,3,4g Operetta 3: Press Cl 3: Yearbook Staff Assistant Business lanager 3 Joyce larner 'The daintiest last, to aake the end :ost aweet.' Ahbition: Defense worker, then farner's wife Baccalaureate Usher 3: Candy Salesman 4: Coiencelent Usher 3: Dancing Club 3: Defense School 4: Glee Club l,2.3: lntr1irall l,2,3: junior Play Usher 3: lixed Chorus l,2,3,4: Senior Play Usher 4 fkorge Yalaan 'I can resist everythirlg, except talptation.' Ambition: Electrical Engineer Airplane Spotter 3, Calera Club lg Chrlstlas Play Cast 3, Defense School 4: Glee Club .I l,2,3: Hill Bill Band l,2,3: Intranurals l,2,3,4: junior Play Cast J: lixed,G1orul l,2,3 Operetta I ,145 Rifle Club 25 Treasurer 3, President 4: Senior Play Business lanager 4 Uther members ot' the Class of 1943 who left during the year are: Floyd Dunning, Doris Keane Whittakerl, Arthur Kulikowski, Carl Rice, and Hazel VanVorce flioroluckl. f .V -QPQAWS ii: , Pg -in me fn, VY . .Qi 1 lf' ' -V n,,,,,,...e:x-A,,,.. GSC M., 5 , ,S I Surf V, A. E 3, xv Q y , 'iz . "- ' Y on xi or o o " ' sl i -- -f 1 - J 1 , ,I -, V , i iii -Q 'J-'. ",,..,,., W, pam . if , ' Q ' rv- H' 1 l ' Tiff Qty -Q ,ef " A.,-.f-fr--q,mUy,,,,,.l:f,'F' .uf ""-. ' BIRTHS lisa jane Simmons to Larry liltae on October 18, 1942. in A daughter, Anne DeForest, to lr. and lre. larren Burger on th' lelhodin Church' Ne'.rk V-Hey' Ilhlllfy 8. 1943 in the RUIPUVU CO'-'MY Ilelorial Hospital. lisa Virginia Bradley to David Davies on August 9, 1942, in A son, Douglas Roscoe, to lr. and lrs. Roscoe Faneher on the "uwdin Church' N""k 'Huey' I'ebruary l. l943 ln the Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. llaa Halen Cook to Crede Hagerty on November 4, 1942, in A son, George Larry. to lr. and lrs. George lnrluck on Nov- th' con""'Uon'l church' N""k v'u'y' elbar 16, 1942, in the Cortland County Hospital. Ilss Ruth Cole to lalter Beebe on February 14, l943, ln A son, john Richard, to lr. and lrs. Rayaond lurtenburg. on cortl-nd' Ne' York' larch 3. 1943 in Robert Packer Hospital, Sayre, Pa. llss Julia Lusacsek to George Koroluck in St. John's Church Newark Valley. lisl Basel VanVorce to Andrew loroluck on january 13, l943, in Johnson City, New York IARRXAGES Harold Post to lisa Phyllis Copp. lisa Sally Sl1ona to Robert Bushnell on july 29. l942. in she lethodist Church, Newark Valley. larl Young to lisa Beverly Stocua. lisa Belan Nlsnik to Stuart lcCullough on june 9, 1942, ' lisa Irene lobylara to Edward Katchuk on October 24, 1942. in st' John,- Church' Ne'-tk v.lley- llll ladellna Chalpney to Robert lolf on December 20, 1942, in Binghamton, New York. llal Ruth Brooks to Leon Ulrick on December 20, l942, in the Congregational Church, Newark Valley. liss Elsie VanDusen to lurray Brown. lisa Grace Grant to Robert Turk on june 25, 1942, ln the Ii" Donnhy R'l"' to Al" Apolovlch' Congregational Church, Newark Valley. llss Betty Seward to Pete Turkolf. 17 H ST September 1940 found S1Xty f1ve Freshmen d1V1d6d up between the two homerooms of Mrs Chamberla1n and Mr Paulus The results of class electlon were the follow1ng Donald Galpln, Presldent Mar1on Flske VICE pres1 dent Rosemary Harter Secretarv and George Yaman, Treasurer Mr Fancher and Mrs Good fellow were unanlmously chosen as our Class AdV1S6PS A Chrlstmas party and an lnformal get together, both successful, were held 1U the gymnaslum The Fall of 1941 found the slxty f1ve Freshmen reduced to forty seven Sophomores, taklng seats 1D the homerooms of Mr Paulus and Mlss Medve Th1S year our class was under the capable leadersh1p of Rlchard Ballou w1th Elwood Matthewson as VICE presldent Rosemary Harter as Secretary and George Yaman as Treas urer One un packed party was hell 1U the gymnaslum w1th refreshments served 1U the caf eterla iffy """""""""' Y 'la As the JUHIOFS of 1942 we were greetel by our homeroom teachers MISS Besanson and Mr Paulus Helen S1mmOUS was our competent Pres1dent that xear Donald Galpln our l1C6 presldent Bette Hlnrlchsen Secretary, and Helen Lew1s, Treasurer Now serxous upper classmen we had t1me for only one class party 1 that one was extremelv 1oxed b all who attended A xerv successful play entltled ease On L1 e s p t o 1D the schoo 8Ud1tOF1Um bw a cast COUS1St1UQ of JUHIOTS he also sold Sl3t10H6TX sponsored a bake sale besldes holdlng the trad1t1onal Junlor Prom Mrs Paulus presided as our class advlser An now m1ghty Senlors, Class of 43 w requ1red only one homeroom, that of Mrs Dro Jarskx dent alded by Robert Bartlett V1ce pres1dent Evelyn Tull, Secretary and Helen Lew1s, Treas urer A F0ll1Ck1Hg play The Whole Town L8Ugh1H2 , was put on IH the 8Ud1tOF1Um the f1rst part of our Senlor year Mxss Roberts IH her flrst year 1U Newark Valley Central School,was our class adv1ser SUCC96d1Hg Mrs Drogarskl who left at the end of the f1PSt semester Mrs Wlnlfred McPherson was our Commencement Advlser Lorralne Shr1gley re1gned as Pres1 Although our class had many added respons 1b1l1t1es because of war t1me CODd1t10HS and although we were threatened COHt1HU8llV w1th l0S1Hg many of our members to the Armed forces or to Industry, most of our days were happy As we assume pos1t1ons of adult respons1b1l1ty uates that we w1ll be true to the hopes and ldeals Wh1Ch have been 1nst1lled 1n us here at N225--"'l I ' 'Z -: V ' I . 4 -.1,,1: l3i . v 25, .4 . -'E "Mme K if ,g,. , g E.. 5- if 2.3355 I . ,u . 1 d . . , V, e a I 1 1 . G : Q 4 Q , A 1 1 I 3 3 , - - V 1 . 3 - s , .5 . , "T 'S I 0 l l " I nt . D . . , . . . , K . - . , .V . f - 4 ' ,WMNama,. . .,.L.K, ,,,.t.Q-w-.v- E:- V " ff, , 'w gi Zyl .i ii we pledge to the Faculty and the under-grad- . Af? Mff Zz ' 5 E i'P?M:,,.f -, lifwgfl' E . . . . . H l-git. A N. V. C. S. il Q ig it ' .ffl 2? -iigkf' Tw It 'gg ,,,,,.m-a.o.,,..:'y,J" r , " , 1 ll L' 9 A - - 9 l ' .lv .V 9 I bxt ' V en. j y HL . 'b rtyu wa u n ' L, l ' A ' 3: - ' -A l, 15 ,235 cgee fn we iliittg burner th Kit Zffnrsmnists Jfsa.:r-.self as -you.. muff' de, ,,.., Afneftem can PC ,L:7'EfJf-721-ge, 99 ol I 5sute.I I-t..'M.L e.L-Jzuvt VA! gn, THE KXTTY KORNER George Ball of Schenectady wrstes to a frsend here that he ss now the star of the Krsspy Krsngle Korn for Kxddses program L Ball ssngs nursery rhymes to ssx year olds over statson IH E at 6 15 on weekdays The Newark Valley Fsre Department has organxs ed a baseball team Frre chsef Lefty lawton captasn Arthur Kulskowsks and Carl Rsce are star players Urs Walter Beebe vsssted her mother here yes terday Irs Beebe was accompansed by her trsplet daughters Betty Letty and Netty The noted authoress V Spencer who s love column appears xn over two hundred newspapers has Just celebrated her 10th annsversary She and her hubbxe are plannsng to celebrate thss wonderful occasson by traverssng the globe Professor Donald Calpsn Agrsculture expert at Cornell Unsverssty vsssted thss town recently Old frsends wsll hardly recognxze Deacon now that he has groan a beard and xs wearsng spectacles Msss Arlene jewett of Rxchford has been seen wsth Elmer Twstchel We expect a weddsng upon Mr Twstchel s recovery from St Vstus Dance The sports edstor of the Chscago Trsbune has a new cub reporter none other than jam Delaney got the ,oh on the mersts of his fsne reportsng of the Notre Dame football game whsle he was attend xng the Unsverssty lhen dsmsnutsve joyce larner started sellsng horses people were amazed at her horse sense lhen she went to lest Vsrgsnsa we never guessed she d puck a wxnner but thss tsme she really hxt the ,ackpot wsth Dark Horse This magnxfxcent 3 year old walked away wsth the Kentucky Derby Con gratulatxons joyce larner From Flerrda we hear of Bud Bates successful orange farmsng Bud had a record breaksng crop of oranges thss past season Any orange blossoms? Mxss Frances Beebe graduate of N V C S and Cortland has accepted the posntson of gurl s coach here sn dear old alma mater Msss Lorrasne Shrsgley better known as Lor raxne the Pssn ls currently starrsng sn Broad any s best bet Gum Chewsng Gussle Lorraine gg also called lr gley Shrsgley ssnce she features thxs well known gum xn her play 'Nuo THE KITTY KORNER NEIS ITEMS Marshall and Munch movle moguls were dsnsng and dancsng wsth two of Hollywood s lovelsest young starlets Shsrley Dsmple and jane Dsthers lawrence Grant emsnent socsologsst and author of the recent best seller Morons Are A Menace has been studyxng special cases at the Happy Home for the demented at Loonvslle Ten Roy Gregrow recently snstalled s pasteurssa tson and creamery plant on hrs farm He ss estab lsahsng a retasl market sn Endscott and plans to expand gradually to johnson Cnty and Bsnghamton Mr Gregrow s herd has taken honors at local and state fasrs le wnah hsm luck sn hss new venture Boston theater goers last nsght wstnessed the fsrst glsmmer of a new star Elszabeth Bradell qformerly Erma Tsrbox of thss communstyj convulsed her audsence as Aunt Jennsfer sn Three Buckets and a Hay Rake Mr Robert trsple threat tycoon of Tasty Tangy Toothpscks motored to Newark Valley sn a two tone two door Terraplane The housewsfe of the year selected by a na tson wade contest ss none other than Evelyn Tull Martin Rschard Benjamsn superaaleaman of the Scent ed Soap Corporatson rs convaleacsng from a broken leg caused by a slnp on soap sn the bathtub Raymond Ballard and Rschard Ballou have ar rrved here for a short vacatxon Ray Ballard up and comsng young band leader has fsnsshed a two week stand at the Elste Theatre sn Coonsboro Ballou ss hss bussness manager Several years ago glsders were predscted Zsggy Rossnsks has set the precedent for thsa sectson wsth has hodel jay Ford Glider I lsght ,ob and a trnfle breezy but nmprovements are snevrtable le hope that stallsng sn the asr pockets wxll soon be elsmsnated Newark Valley ss proud to note that the open sng of Lewss Luxursous Lsngerse Shoppe sn Honey Pot was a screamsng success The whole town turn ed out for the eventful occasson Hsss Lewrs told the press that she was gosng to start a chaxn Lsngerse Shoppes TN. eff? 'R fe' vf"""m. 1 5 aber' I 'ff ,wwf --4 i C'7'fff"'D,,,,, t.?f,,..f 19 KAT BITS Don t let slsppy slsde fastener be your u doxng' No up to date woman wants her clothes to look barn ey Pull yourself together wsth Ura Zsaaner s slsmner slsde fasteners See Yaman s auto races comsng soon Dare devsl Yaman and hsa Forty nsners wsll hold you spellbound for a breathless hour of thrslla Are your chsldren bslsousi Never agaxn worry over 5 bxlsoua baby Buy the new Cure All serum the 3B made by Bender Beebe Harden guaranteed to cure bosls bslsousness bronchstss bunsons barnacles and broken bones Irene Bakeman has opened a hat shop and soda bar Ladses welcome Notlce to Gentlemen If the hats don t make you sll the sodas wsll lhat has the future sn store for you? lhen wxll you reach your sensth? What star were you born under? Come' Mlle Zush all tell all f you cross her palm wsth a sslver cosn If you re fussy and lxke tasty yeasty rolls be hasty Try Roycxe s tasty pastry Delsvery by bscycle the Rolls Royce s put up for the duratson Don t fly snto a tantrum because your hubby wears hss socks sloppsng over hxs shoes Buy hsm Harter s garters and read thss unsolscsted letter from a haPPy woman Dear Mlss Harter 1 want to thank you so very very very much for snventsng such wonderful garters ly hubby says they re lsght and tsght and best of all h not the ssght he used to be Very truly yours flrs j Glenn lhsttaker Are you trred all the tsme? Do you lxe awake nsghts desperately countsng sheep? Then you need the msraculous new V Vstamxn Accept no subststutes Ask for xt by name Yan Vorce s V Vstamsn for Vsm Vsgor and Vstality If women are your laterloo If you don t rate Skate leaf a tse dessgned by Cutse pse Collum ls romance pssssng you by? Are men too? Perhaps the answer sa on your lsps Trasned laboratory technxcsans wsth the asd of the sensa tsonal new Beauty Ray tell us to match one's lsp stsck to the dssposstson Ssmmona Super Swsvel stuck ss sold at better drug stores everywhere Buy nowl Don t delay' Perhaps by tomorrow HE wsll have come alonp ' I . ' ' , , ,is V ' ' . . . . l ' . - ' V I . '. i . , ' . , A i V . . 'I .! A . 1 .. . . . . . ml V , , ' . .. u' l I , ' ' ' , , e's - 4 , - . . D , . . . . up . '. , 4 . , of I - Cl' . e v. - . . - 6 Q4 . . v . - . . . A - ' . r r A , ' . . 7 wx ,' , 1 ' ' ff I' - X , . f ' , .1 ,.,. gs- '- ,. . . . . All f -'MT V k's N ..a""' '--1-. 1-,Q ...wr -4. BN 1 W5 ,meek "M" me 1 1 om 'fin 1 3 eftra-ip? rf Mg s Iii' app 14 Yu .va-4-4 M, -nv 'd+v'ua- :Wh 'E+ .il 1-1 ,- .x- PEFVE PFT WEAKHESS FOR FAHOJS SHOULD BE PXTION OCC T0 1NwHl1S 5lNI01S eorard Homen Golden volce ,- 4- .- A K-4-hiuflx' -' .- has ra11on11g 1? 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'n1noo5 'Hin Yode ling ladio singer B acl eyes Air'Corps l M Deoho. Hu1h Anyone 5of,ha' 11D f I Spor,5manShim i in C: .s IL Hendor, lo tv Shrimp Wo! ,fiing , ,c , , ' ' L' 1 ,n COMPP i iOH llonjamin, Rirhurd Dick 51ooging I 1 1 , A- C ing 'o ine females C lo, Ruth bl.y Talking G1' 1 , 1 ,J S a er Icing hop wai,i U11 nm, dolvn Dah Cha1,ering ,ef, as she is Dimp eg He ping o hers lr ,o ics De unov, Jnmog Jim H1 ' 1.1 ' ' ' I Driving lad wea,her Dunning, ' ovd Junior 'iddin Adm' 1 ur S U . D l " Galpin, lwnnld D u, I '1 m'1 ' ' ' ' ' ' y Agnes Sh' k. 5 l1n1n1, nunvunv- lhnl Arguing S uelch , 1 ' U,1inL OPP i l I H , 0'. 'u' ROY D,l" ' 1' 'a ler S I1'h'1 f 1 1 I 1'f V 'Pf S Hn r, 'fx mn j l'.' I- ' 11 On time Combing hair New men ,z j ':,rs Hinrirhsen, Det 1 le Ieouperating Farmer's wife Clo,hes Yellow trucks Favori.ism Inw on, -ohn Johrnj .,1 ' ' l' r if 110. 'L 'UIHL Ui-'CFS Lpwis, Helen Pidge l'1 ' Y I1 I 1' s B1 l ' 11 111 - Kvnnr, Iorii Dorrie Housekeepiug No outerl " 1 G nn J Hn ikowski, ,rfhnr frf 'arm'ng ,. 1 1 1 m1 Polka. H Jowo . 1 lone ,nything liiv ing B1.. ". . Bah r '-D 'IH unrghul , Kivhnrd Dioh Day dreaming Ma,tress eS.er Qyes oo an' H m H Wunoh, Chnr os Ihuok Wolfing ' ',, ' 5 , .a U Uhrvpkiv. Sophie Hush ,pple po ishing lib iome ist imp es . A. '. 'SD A SHHW Kino, larl Y hudi lu, ing up on school now Being a swell guy You wan o know? Ui? S iN SIRC Rnyno, Hlndye lQ1nhie Worrying I '13 Gum chewing Ref 1resses CRh1y S ' fh V .'n Ii, Peter Kifnb' Sleeping Man-ab0nt-t0wn Effor.s Ladv wres ing UQOH F0D0FnS Shrigloy, nrnlhnf Shrig Lxp aining Qnieter ACQQHL Ne 1 ' ',y D21 j bus ride Simmons, Helen Simmio WQ'I never e AQLFQSS Brjgh remarks Wal,er S ff' FS Spvnrvr, Vornn V rn I ushing 'erfec Pal S1. , ,' IDD --1 A Tnrhox, Hmm1 Uima I ' .111 1 . ' V ' 1, ' 11 li T l"ug UNK-WiNd9d SPC 'hil . lvelyn lv " '11 , I ' ' 'n Th wr' T d u , yfor frnf '11 ' nv, Hrzfl TV.1 .1 I. ,'ng Satisfied Pre,tj hair .ate hours NOS' D809 1 , , Jsjn, Joy SQ 'n1 l .1 f 1 ' 1 ' y , I l I Yam: , 1. 1 I. ' , 'j'n ' ' aken in hand S D ' GMRS 1944 Row One P Bl A lyott F Tuff ny D K ith R Cornwell J Bute Bt D I If an a Two A lyutt R K Kh V Diva I P Blld in A Belok r lin lcCulley D h ell Oak I ordn le dl gh Rn Thru L Becker H Dal! C Space B lhittmk P llde E Be jill Chuld H Shoultei R All lndi get A Znnme D Ry f d D V Ch or lbv F Boll Le i It Jac 1 n Hu H But K Llvt Gard er E Ne n R nb' xHrH'1B I-9"'W JUNIOR HISTORY The 0ff1C8PS lead1ng the class of '44 1D th91F Jun1or year were Pres1dent, Alex Belokur, V166 pres1dent, Alberta Nash, Secretary, Dorla Bushnell Treasurer, PF1SC11lB Ba1dw1n Student Councll representatmves, Dorothy Raynsford and Peg B11ss The class chose as the1r adv1sors, MISS McCulley and Coach Goodfellow The two homeroom teachers were Mlss Brooks, who left ID December to be marrled and assume a new pos1t1on ID Rome, and who has been succeeded by MISS De Maurlac, and Mlss Besanson The class held a slelgh r1d1ng party 1D January After the r1de they returned to the gym nas1um to dance, later refreshments were served 1D the cafeter1a S117 20 IH stamps and bonds were purchased by the class of 44 dur1ng the f1FSt flve months of school Peggy Bllss 21 :.iu,. ,.'m..e,. ..u, -, S. . . eu ll .a Row 1. ..ei,. 'e,. v,. u, ' , . Bus n , N. e , I. J n, I. d u , P. Hollling 1 : . . - on, . e r, . er, . , . n n.F. ,. ,. m n ,.' r,.ans- , . er, . nuvin . Rel, our: D. on, D. I I, E. Ne , J. k o , P. ll, . aford, ' V l'1l:vLr-2. ,V . on. E. n , . 'ln ,'J. idgelmy . ' ,gh U- e , ar. H. .-,M V 5 U Q jf!" ' V Y K". I :I - fa.-" H " ' ' ' . - . . ' : . . . . J Q u 0 . u . 3 , . . ' - . , . . . . MMS 1945 On D Gm N All ll r pe He E K uper RMT ti glKomos AL Frat I Be k lood d L e B L Bo Th e G Be be le r P k I B L Hn G IN h E mlc t A D Hover D Bend B. Gr y Qn ll L Qian SOPHOMORE HISTORY The Sophomores started thelr second year 1D hlgh by 616Ct1Hg Thelma Luszczek as Presldent L1l11an Needham, Vxce presxdent A1166 Luszczek, Secretary Nannette Woodard, Treasurer The two Student COUHCI1 representatlves are Dor1s Hover and Bernard Gregrow The Sophomores d1v1ded 1nto two homerooms under the SUPEFVISIOH of Mrs Chamberla1n and Hr Burger In the early part of November the class of 45 held a party ID the gym here they danced and played games and later had refreshments 1D the school cafeterla So far th1s year the proud sophomores have bought S244 S6 worth of stamps and bonds Dorothy Brown 22 Ml eg . rdner, , en, l. e fill, C. Dllaon, H. S ncer, R. Tiffmny, J. Oakes, 1. N m, . a log J. S llnin , . I n ki, M. lmiie, . ullclek, Mr. o , li 1 llnlon,. T. umxcx , A. VmnVorce, N. mr , . Fox, . wen RO' fl: H. Rineler, . 9 v T. bl 1 . Buc , . Stevens, . llrence, D. Brown, - I. 'nrichsen, . n mm, E. Hauling, . T o !, L. Cook, R. very , Row Four: C. Rich, E. lunch. B. Shelp, T. Miller, L. Needham, l. Ronlmk, H. Bnndel, ?5JJ '1,,R -,-bv ..,, -V . , . er, egrol, J. I ott, G. D1 , E. Cllr , . Bakemmn, R. Snmpp , fm? ,.Lf A lb. ,lf -: rw" N 'I 1 " 1" A 523.4 -.-.vue . i . . . - 5 1 3 1 : . Q X ' I ' . . 1 MMS 1946 Rn' One H Minor G Bltel E Sears D Coutl E Anutlge L VlnE!!en Row Two E Dodlon R Howden R Brxggi F Moore A Furnetx E Houlnng P Lyke I., lellflll C Kuhn R Tonpkxnl T Pultllln Row Three K luckey B Baller B J Bradley F lende lr Brown Hall Glylord F delprnner R Collin! S Delaney J Hannea R Enrxgh! Ro' Four I Hoyt E Rndgewny E Steenrod J Stolell A VnnVorce I Flake O Okrepkxe Al Lawton E Beebe E Dnrlnng C Hellman C Harding G Beebe G Tull E Pllmer L Cgll I Nxxnnk D Needhln B loodord L Arnxtlge E Sokololkx FRESHMEN HISTORY he Freshmen started thelr h1gh school career by electlng Jerry Bates as Presldent, Eleanor Rldgeway as VICE presldent Phyllls Lyke as Secretary, and Hubert MIHOF as Treasurer e Freshman class 15 d1v1ded 1nto two homeroons under the d1rect1on of MISS Snow and MISS WcCulley Durlng the wlnter season the freshmen held a Slelgh r1de party After r1d1ng around town, they had refreshments 1D the school cafeterla, th1s was followed by round and square danclng, and games of var1ous k1HdS The class of 45 up to March had bought S500 worth of war stamps and bonds Frances Gould 23 : - ' . - 1 - V I- - f - ' -I - . g . . . , . , . , . , . , . . - f : . . . ' . - - f -- . - . ' . - ' ' . ' ,. . i, .. . . ,I . ' . l I . ' ' , . , . , . , Row Five: S. judlki, J. VanSunn, A. Rubenstein, L. Nichols, V. Corwin, A. Lucey, S. Ace, I. Hull, I if -- .g.i - 3 ' , . 1 1 . Newa k r Valley eemr I a "' ,,.'-1 Q .,... ,,.... .,... K '1'fQ3?53III X" 'f-IQIQIII '22 "" "' - X1 I X' I . " -'N "- " "7"-3 ' A fs , "Q musings 01150014-q ' avr: IIIIII If wana: ,rnm-'G Bos!!! nv erm! 2:0215 ,IIIIII B1 egiem Mass Gm!! S8351 Tells sdpd Spaans o s 9 I 9 raw uncles N III W Oi Lrfe rn 0 cupred Ared vhgudqgn vga. pm, ese te Next Phda New wwe of we modus V Oman ef' 9 X ' 'X T U of C S ,.f enwyrnsnrmae rn rr arm lofrn so 2 II IIIIII n 5 en 5 Q Gd m the SCIC ecret rs out at rast For nrexsxof the ours'-'S uy 539175 QSC? Y Vofeua P'aXmX5'eX'X 8 I f ' g yew, been emg e ng gym pg mom I of Mr an MIS Adexpn Babe Gxtmjgrwy talented twenty yt: smce ocwbef 5 an M me ,Choo H4895 9795"-edw wgemef of 5701595 V oi 'Berkshxre became e DIVE xfggu MXEXIIXI IIIIdIIIII::mes0III'ghIIII: of me atron have been 8 25 in of 1142295 EJQOPW UWZYHQZ Izzgfghef 09 jd lcfaq WPS PV! 'qofmw NXUXGXEW of III? XLZII Nd, an U, wu of he, ex nance. carrxpm w co ect sera? U1 WY -rv he reeowczlrgiisgom to ret are tw X Hefe vauey Nou 2125 mm rcandrerr 85 as nalkbnal oi a submerged ana! her and ra The nation wide out of me bag x mrs exmrernent M Edgar an B urn re Blethoxx 1 N"""'e'X www as 5 'slugs' "Xa'X'S em' 'CXXOOX XX XXXXXX of he ms been ca Y me semonof ,Elks CU' I5 05651 SUNG? 'X we EX X II Thur men a 5001 worker n cecv Uon x sewage army e Yr!!! pd ewnru vrnxey Central saroor wno 2 CNW" at OCXOC ,ISV Pins and we a new en DSPPY H me no-wx me the rlnk f Cap X are gettxng ready w present uxerr an N1 0 'WBWY 10' ah High UNPXX eww OC'-OW' NSY The W I SIX rn newriound freedom She X weak and Each of me tewhefe en Xnnat prev on rna y November e Hwdems V' S' NW M1 .xsrm HBBVPS Of Bm? 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P S ire comm' ee e U, mm, rs the new offxce as retant Lee 1-1 H mey an yet m scymox A raxxxxng prior no entering e ser-vree department oi the Centrat sr-:root andI from Jayne enbee r the new a rr tant rneexr rnrc D III LI 6 I :le X3 es 3 no News-fk Va e ector of me T ga Oounty vhvsreaywbfk El Che G phoebe Buck Y he I Wim M I 0' 'me 'L X0 rtxxees program ehow rs be 3 ra wemer PENNY MILK PROGRAM owns fn-gg Q3 gr H ford Il Bnqqs is rn rrsexrvea rn t e me program rr SuT,w,,,,IImg Y, , D rr, Cong phyiicat education cadet teachers ot U: p,r3,,,a,e rr ernv Gem e Befber O 5 RT SCHOOL ei gi Hqmi H06 Re I-fed Mrggmq r coruana State oouege nn rorrnr YU S THE r S1 1 g Bo r slid men new een me ages ni L nr erxncawrs C sunny Lrsr ,mme Dr umm L ru-WP Sf 0-'ed 5' N5 5 14 and M. are rrnowe to fnrr or no uP H G0 1 ALL xx: home here 350949 IDOYND5 B I" of MI and course after they have had t e neces 1 WWE UV 00 waz :Amvuzh be 1'ei1IIIb"'XIIIII II IIarI,I:I1III.IIIIIIII greg fx III IIIIII r rv condrtkonxng exergrsd ro prepare fu W 2 N: S SIEIYZZIII II me X bwonp ended In e has beef, 5 xmssmg m txemse ree for rrgox us physxcat ex II! III me EIIIKI me N, X51 made e txon The obstacles rn the Connie I , Imam n 9655, c ude Xn the space oi 100 var 5 ow III age gn and high hurdtes, mg 'Lag posts an Wong t n an wrncn must be scaled a R 4 ur, he e n Sioot broad th You 5.110 a x 0 Y an Xxorxues Jo ce Haxnew Exrner Westf U Needham CERT A HA Sowge Judy 'rrryr rs T0 BE crime me X0'XX Z nw 00 Don 4 utass W rn nn af caved' IIIIIIA rn me death oi Dr KDBPP E X cdmpeuwgn 4-Ned WYSXCXBB L0 T5-dbg 5 5 1 months er ab0a!'d gum dxtch bsance N5 C1959 ine Xao xnchned Hoot ramp to the irm Everyone who has tned the course WCPWX3' rt tau? pnvssear frxnees 0 'W strrngen exer mana XXXXX du- xt YK NX uk! Nix F mm MB Nwxll 'V fr PXa ar A ura- the and Feb '21 fe abe 1 Y P Ma-Te aw I esllfndn ssemb 1 X fem gene env' 1923 SGYUXXS twnd the crce Xdred Frrke ,pfegen-f Y VDVI na C 'ww r I3 Ehno Sgais 1 9 F esyrmarl Crass x pres ntrnghey to Frank Moore 5 pn, pg You ernembe at me who 950500 A sexnoty n ecernbex 7. 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Ex: ... U-2 2: ll' mu: 52? QQ in DU' fi :-: :S Dsl Fvr.. ',,,,,.r-s. Q Ww- will 'N Row One R Rnce G Bowen D Kubrack L Peltalan R Jackson R Vargeson J Snngler H Horton D Yelcavage Row Two S Holden A Cornell P Cuttnng B Howard R Olnver A W Inner D Noxel P Kuhrt E Role J Sngnl C Grnmley A Spencer Row Three M Sngnl E Thomas F Panas A Latner Ir Brown Irl :Fr 'Y Chndenter Irs Jonlnn N Auntnn I Pollard D Nnchols P Znzer J Kellam B Hotalnng F lade D Cole P Needham I Keyes I Stnnerd J Jewett Row Four R looda Ronnakn Shelp R Row Fnve Kobylern rd, L Cole C Bonlor R Kelne V Galpnn F Jordan J Cleveland P Thompson E Shellhlnaner C Brandel Tappan D Blackman I Gaul A Stedwell C Brnnk G Hnnel J Bartlett G Tull R Varbatrand D Berg E Bndney G Russell H Anderson G Strope N Brxlgs J Nnefer J larner ,gn- ,,.--f F4 ' -wa ef? lik Raw One N Sanrord J Vnnderpool R Aelport L Hnnen D Brnggs Gi1PU1 I Hover J C Shaver R Enrnght, A Deannl RowTwo R Latner, H Ilrlhall L Kennedy I lan! L legde I Cornell J Iurray R Dannell B Bartlett I Arnold A Endney P Weber Row Three B Pntcher D Yoder E Hnnen R Znlr yu Rumen Irs lernthew R Kuhn P Gnvens I Bates B Bowen J lerner C Inner Row Four J Hutcheson G Hlrter A Brnnk N Dennela l Ford R hegler D Kent A Gelpnn ll Yemen I Fnske J Calverly B Cleveland D Strent I Horton C Anderson A Ellna Row Fnve G Arnold J Ueen l Strelt L V liollenbeck R Hutcheson C Nnlel A Steenrod, G Alexander C Klsper Jr C Aubronak C Inller R Lane P Swertl F Nece D 1: Q, H A 14- an I J. , . , . . . ana, 4 A Y .ij . , -V iii 3" 'A ' ., hh. fs, ,f., ffrjgf A V 'Y 1 , - . fwfr? ' 'N I- Dean 1 ' I , ' . .I , ' u , G I I i ne , :...:...-'-.:..'-'J.ZJ.. V ' ', . , . , . , . ,D. 52. We 1 'lie VA J ' L ' 1 1- 1 I J 6' " :V "ii . Ik ' 1 I I . . - , . Q . .I . e . ., Z in Sl ' , .' t ' ' ' . . 25 FIFTH VJ 'fl Row One AStlnard R Hinkley- L Cornell R Gardner S Sharp, S gag? Gnvena L latklnl R Hmkley Rowfvo L Shellhager S Ayerl G Belokur R Onofrlo J Okrepkle N latknna G Pollard J Lyke Row Three R Inner I Oakea A deLorlnnr B Nestle S Gylea I Pollard, B Sith J Danlela I Strickland A Felo C VanVorce H Khlppr B leber Row Four A Alexander L Carroll L Oliver D Alexander I Iuckey "1 O C D -I I Q1 hs' pw vb! g Y Roi One G Johnson, C Doty L Junk I Illla H Enright L Barden I R. lalker H Sharp L Bean L Latner B Haxond C LUIICIBK Roi 'lie L Swartl, P Purple, I Needham, N lelth, Ira Lonl, Ira Shoultea, E Belokur, B '!leIer, E llxla, I Iyerl. I Barley Row Three C Rack, I Andreas. D Snapp. I' Hatch, J Hoyt, H Daniela, L lhnea. I Clrepkle, S Strait, J pelgh H Bunk, B lxllxana. R Snrts S Luk Ro' Your K Bickhu. R Horton. P Ioore. J Kobyllfl. R Brink C Brhi G Are. R Ohver, E Aultin. P Knatolakl, I Seackhazer, C Spacer Rol One Lawton Brardel Ro: Tlo G lhyi C Iilll J Ioshner B Bowen E Kent V Stokes L Albrecht S D Cnlpin I lnrner J Hxnel P Bxehl R Johnaon 1, Shaver R Lewu B L Deaung J Auatxn Ira Ardell Howard L Enghah, H leber J deLorlmler Row Three D Bailey I Gardner N Pitcher E J Johnlon, J Seara, D Jewett S lullkovlkx, I Dalola I Shaver Delaney J VanEtten I A Turbo: B Sharp IZ Ioahler B J Ioahner Rol Four P L Band B Vargason D Stevens Brnnlt F Ieyen E lxlka I Corun C Saddlenure J lakenan Svarta B Bnckham R Chaierlaxn G Fox J Auironak F Clark lhller THIDD 6 26 ft -,?3'1'?1?'?. ii: T-2 4,56 f :L ' , L -If QA' fi. :Af ll 343 . f . I : . ' ' ' ' ' ' E. Naee,:S..Spencer, C: Siaencer. T: Illler, V: Alntin ' . I '-, ' -, ' 'l D, 5 QR: . . '. . . elf - , . ,L , . ' . A AM" S I - Q I o - 11' -1 ' SECOND Ru' One I Durle E lhllnrd R Inlle, D Prytherch I Bnrret D Onrkendnll D Intlunl R Conte: A Brown B Benuter G Iyers T Hlmlland Pntch G Frost J Inrmul. B Burley D I Hullnnder P Bunk Row Three G Glnrn, D Hutcheson B deialt R Keith S Cronen F Sign: I Hrnen B Swngler D Ayers P Prtcher, K Shmer R Link R Stoughton Row Four L Hlnneu, E Iend A lbver D Bnehl R Iarlh, J Snnth F Harvey D Thom! C Smith A Sveckhuuner J Felo S Svnru B Hatch C Brclnm KINDC QGAQTEN Rav one J Pitcher R Iolhier R Turk F Pellett Rol 'ho D Power C English R Bowen S. deLonuxer A Steenrod V Alexander I Imrrght I Jayne S Sherwood B lhnkley R Snlpp I Ntilln Row Three S Lawton L Spencer C Cerllon J Corwin G Strnnrd I Net! lil: I Kenyon Illl G Kenyon J Tappln, I Shelp I Penn, C Alllnndxnger R Vnnllnen Row Four I Thorn: I Vnrgeaon E Van Scoy S Lllll, J Inlke I Bowen J Beebe ll Sllllnlky B Hamilton P Swngler Strickland L Illlu H Sokolonkl Row Fxve D Stoughton J Oveucker, C Intron C Albrecht, F Iunhnll H Shndy J Hover J Settle, ll Cslverly, R Brown R Kellum C Jncklon B Avery B Petxold FIDST 3 vi' 'Q gf' M I W: mt, RoI0ne J Svnckhunef D Boewm N Stevens J Okrepkle S Prentxce A Chierlun D A Gray B Needham P Dutton D Auetnn Row 'ho D lureh D lrllxllll I A Qnnn B Stoughton, Ir: Oven I leller J Illler C Prytherch B Belokur it Row Three F Thane: J Svngler L Blckhnl L Blckhn G Hover wffawid 5.5119 TL M 'Lr J Albrecht S Adsnek J Ruuell R Aultm V Iolhxer, R Kohler 27 L, W. 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X , f , ,.k44..2:Q,p- gig "' ' .- -if 341 UML HUNU Florence Harvey Paul Herbert Andersen, Andersen, Andersen, Alexander Ardell Maurice Arnold, James Avery, Robert Ayers, Melv1n Bachmursk1, Stanley Balley, Harold Baldwln, Fred Bartlett, James Bartlett, Rlchard Bell Charles Braco, Emllo Braco, Joe Cook, StewartldeceasedJHubhs W1ll1am Cortrlght, LaVere D8V1d Danlels, Fred Davls, Dodson, Dunham, Durfee, Durfee, Echorst Estep, Fox, W1ll1am Galge Galpln, Goodell, Dalton, Clyde Roland LaVere Lester BJ' George wllllbl Bernard Charles Howard Rlchard Goodr1ch, Frank Hyde, Ernest Francis George Melv1n John Anthony Andrew Jayne, Jewett JOSl1H, Kasper, Katchuk Katchuk, Anthony Katchuk Kenyon, Kenyon, Keyes, Keyes, Knapp, Kobylarz, Kobylarz, George Lloyd Lowell Charles Morley H1ram L George Leo Merr1ll Earsley Monroe, Horace FFBHCIS Walter Alton Munch, Hyatt, Nlxon, N1ZBl0WSk1 Edward Noble, Roland 0krepk1e, George Paczosa, Stanley Patterson, Paul Post, Harold Prlce, Cecll Rawley, Roger Recordon, Alols Herman Stanley Regmer, ReJmer, Robert Norman Phlllp W1ll1am Charles Robert Robert Slate, Sm1th, Smlth Smlth Smullen Spencer SLIMMIUQ, Tarbox, Duane Tarbox, Seth Thompson, Tompklns, Ulr1ck, Cllfford VanScoy, VanVorce, Waslyn Hlke Waslyn, Nlck Boyd Rlchard Harold Robert Gould Gurdon Gregrow, Gray, Frederlck Grummons, Lester Gerald Harley John Cllfford Kenneth Warren Braco, Nlcholas Brldges, wllllam Harold lm1SS1Hg at seal James Murray Adam Alfred Paul BF1ggS, Ha1nes, Hammond, Hammond, Hammond, Hardlng, Hollenbeck, Earl Hollenbeck Harold Hover AUSLIH Hover Gerald Howard, Floyd Brlggs, Brown, Budney, Budney, Bushnell Edwln Gerald Bushnell Leland Robert Carg1ll Frank Cha pney, Gordon Chapman, R1ChBrd Chauncey, James F19- 4"":Gg"i" 4 I, 5... were -22.1,-,,f Kobylarz, Kobylarz, Lacey Wllbur Lawrence, Lawrence, Legge, Robert Llddlngton, Frank Mahar, Gerald Maltby Elwyn Douglas Marean, Roland Mathewson, Edward Meddaugh, Leonard Merlthew, Norman Arthur Raymond LEWIS Robert Lou1s Walter Rhodes, Rlnker, Roberts ROS1DSk1 Leo Russell Mart1n RULOWSkl Teddy Sandwlck Jack Waterman, Welch Robert Harold Hubert Edward Chester Carl George R1chard Westfall Westfall Whlpple, WIWIQHC, Woodard, Woodard, Woodard, Woughter, Gerald Wurtenburg, Robert Zlmmer, Floyd Z1mmer, Gerald Z1mmer, VICLOP Norman Robert D1no Charles Erw1n Lyle Donald Scalla, Sears, Settle Settle Shaver, Shr1gley, Gordon S1nsk1, lm1SS1Dgl Danlel h'Mf4fow tg dM3Y,3 "8 F .elfffl 2 , -2-1 if ,ae THE IMPORTANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY IN OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM In a recent sssue of Collser s hagasxne I found the followsng A recent survey made among almost seven hundred Anserxcan colleges and unsversstses havsng approas mately 600 000 undergraduates revealed esghty too per cent of these xnststutsons dsd not requsre a study of American hsstory that seventy two per cent dld not even lsst st as a prerequxsstefor entrance and that nsnety one per cent of the students were not taking courses an thas uaportant subject Thxs represents to me a deplorable lack of foressght on the part of the natson s educators Anerscan youth must possess s clear under standsng of our country s orsgsn struggle to exsst and progress through the years Otherwsse hsstory s most remarkable exawle of democracy sn actson wsll be jeopardxsed No other democrats: state has survsved so long Today Arursca ss the Arsenal of Democracy for the Unsted Natsanl Small the last stronghold of democracy be sacrsfsced because of sgnorance and neglects New York State has new Socral Stnaises courses introduced snto sts hsgh school currscuhns These courses purpose gsvsng every boy and gsrl an apprecsatxon of Anersca sts problems and from whence cane then rsch heratage 28 Ssnce Freedom and Democracy go hand sn hand the hsstory of the Unxted States sn contrast wnth that of other countries ss asngular sn sts struggle to masntasn freedom The fsrst settlers sought refuge sn the new world to escape relngxous oppressson The too strung hand of a IYYINUCII 'Uni Ind lf' Uf"Y"'Plfh2llC parlsalent forced the colonses to strike out for freedom Later when the Constxtutson was formed he framers edmodsed sn nt all the demcratsc prxncsples whxch had become so dear to thea As our nation prospered nts people momentarxly forgot how precsous lt took a Csvnl lar to re all men are created equal For been the haven of freedom loving :arched off sn lrhakl to make man power of the natson has battlefronts on a ssaxlar lsssson na freedom and enslaved thesr felloiaen establssh the self evident truths that the past seventy esght years Amersca has people the world over ln 1917 our boys the world safe for democracy Today the again mbxlssed and departed for forelghn le future cstssens students sn Alerxcan schools are the hope of Aaersca ln a post war world Possesssng a thorough knowledge of Anerscan hsstory we shall become alert snformed cltlsena aware of clvsc and world wsde oblngatsons On devoted vsgslance st the shrsne of democracy wsll preserve lsght and hope for a desolate lorld D A R Essay Contest Helen Ssxons , . . , . , I ' : , n a I . , A n , 9 ' ' ! 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H Levi: j deLor1lxer R01 Tlo I Olkel F deLornuer L Clll C Tflbllll E Holnling C Kulnkowlkn L Hutchinson ,N Row Three B Bound T leber V Corvnn D Burgh C Bprdxng G Beebe L Gnndler 4 4 -2' '-fd: ,,,-pf' COUNCIL ,J 1-1, STUDENT BOADD FINANCE ,,g.b"'-'I' .ffl 4.10-u I' ' ,nn Ma. 'Kw- -:Hin arf.-.W Row One P Baldwin P Blnl lr Front H Lens R lood mr, Rowho A I Lnvton I Bakemnn E Hotnhng H Minor J Blfil G Beabe H Simmons .au W Row Three A Rexd L Grant C Munch E Neuman 29 54 3 fl . . , 1 - J , : . - , . , . . Q1 V, , c . H . . , . . , , A. ' 15" V I - 1 - A 1 - v - 1 - I ' ' Nlfggx ' ' ' . ' 'N-.,. . ' 'G - . "'. I' 1 I 1-f.. Ni., hug' QR r' 1, gf- Q95 I . . A - ' Lf'- Y, :iff X .:-' .- ",-- .- .- . - ' - ' , , ,pe -2 : -- . - . - . - . - . Q 32,3 . . .. 15, F-Eff" '. I if'fL.5:J, 5.23 ' . A -I .Q TFE1 ' QA gafg : ,i:, j-fi . .5f1'f153fe- Efllff- A "57P'1LEeT5P:i 1 - '51 9' Q 4 ' H g, ' - ,-,Datex-2 I -' ' -' Q f . - WTI? .- 'if-T." 1- . 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I. 30 ADT CLUB .. ... -1' L iff I i X, x X , -I .J"' V' my .in XY, E Mx, x 'IL Mm. Ro: One: I. Holden. G. Strickland, B. Hotnllng, 1. Kellel, Irs. -bv 4-'ge , ir-. Q-f'Q'x"" R' ""' "',f.'2 Chllberlnln, I. Dean. A. Letier, D. Nichols. Pe Ziser, J. Steven! 'L V' I A. Mlner. G. Dunhal. P. luhrt, I. Penn. D. Blackman, V. Gilpin, E. ,ETL , V ' Row Two: I. Stlnard, Robert lhitney. B. liner. J. Signs, I. Slgna, 'U-',""v" Thonnl, B.. Bound, R. Oliver il R01 Three: S. Holden, D. Needham, D. Cole, E. Telcott, E. lunch, P. Row One H Sunona L Shrigley lr: lcpheraon D Galpnn H Row Tlo A. jevett R Hatter B Hnnrnchsen R Bengnlm, B Bender Needhn, L. Needhnn. I. Iblinikl, E. Bzdney. B. Hauling. G. Runell, G Dingler H Anderson G Hinel SENIOQ DLAY L '-l- CAST MIXED CHOD US hwldk W vent!! M rung Kilt' ,gara- A'-'W' ,C,'S""'w23' 1 .Asa Row One V Dune: A. lyott R lenth D Bushnell J Gaylord j Stlnlnl R Barter H Levis j Heine: E Rndgewly A I Llvton Row 150 F delprlnier, L Becker, I Steven: B Bender G Harvey I Flake P Lyke, E llnlahng Rn: Threels Benn S Dellney I Hull P. Steenrod V Spencer E.. Tnrbox A lyott, B Lawrence B llxnrrchsen A Belokur -I lhdgelny N Allen Z Ronnskx, D lenfell I leddeugh Rn: !our R Bnrtlett A jewel! B Shelp A. Rubenstein, V Chnuvln D Boluon, D Bender J Dellney, D Lewis K LIIIOH J IW!! P Hauling V Coruin 3 nn. ,.,.. if Q, ' ' M D A- 'L we DD V A5 4 W H., . - Y ,VVV - V if ' 'i '-.- 1' :' .' .. ' .. .A . I. . A , ,. , l . . ' .1 lhiz , - f .- -' - . . . H . J. Berea, VnnSulen, l..Nllnik, 0..0krepkie: S: Judaki: A: VenVoree 56136: '4' 1 Rn: One: D. Nolel, J. deLorinier. j- Signs Row Two: D. Bolson, B. Davies, J. VnnSulnn. l. Hinrichaen, T. lliller, ll. lnite, A. Nichols, L. Pntnlan, R. Avery. P. lade Ro' Three: S. judlki, F. lend, J. Hlinel, D. Pitcher, L. lads, D. Shelp, H. Minor. P. Baldwin, E. Ridgewny, D. Lewis Row Four: A. Stedvell, Carl Brink, A. VnnVorce, l. Fiske, H. Hutchinson R jlckaon lr. DeRue R. Beebe L. Bnkenan, P. Hull, H Shoultei G Strope INSTDUMENTAL DUDILS .f-Q., ,...f- f-',- Ro1r0r1t S judlkn J Vnrniulnn A Nichol: D Nuxel j Rosxnskl J Cnlverly L Bowen Rov Tvo S Delaney E Ridgeway R Beebe I Bnkelnn L Becker nu S e I Stew Hun sign: cv Three j Steven! P lnde T liller D Ballon T Pnltnlnn H Inner L lade F lead D hnhnell A Purple Row Four P Baldwin C Bunk D Lein r DeRue 0 Shape P Hull L Bakeman Hxnrichlen V Davies 32 BAND i V hi 'E .1-5 --,-.yn-m.-.ww-wpf.a...,,,,,. ,NA h A- - - .-.. . "'--., ,, I e ffm -... 1? '-.., '15 X! g Roi One P Thompson J Dnngler, D Ceuta G Arnold S Shar C Nemnn B Pellold S Sherwood Ro! Two Ir DeRue R Whitney R Umor D Pxtcher D Nichols P Inner D Strut R Bunk, H Bunk J Hutchelon Ro1rThree I Keyes A Steduell R Hutcheson A Nxchols GDCHESTDA ,pm ,huuy annum, gm i fl -..,-w-........-...,......,,,,,,w e,1.n- . ULIB.-Imnbwuwax 1 : .. D .' -A ' .' . .. . . P' 2 :I . . - - -- . - ' ' -:L-,srl an I " HH:- i I F :al ' ki A A .L 'XI-Emqnymw - ,YW . -.., M. I ' :, D. h lp,' .. ens, . 'eu,'j.' ' I I ' I R : . . . . . . u. ' . - ' ' "' A P A ' 4' ' VADSITY ... TAY-VEE5 X Ro: One H Horton R Tlppln df kj Row Two J Bntel A Belokur J Rndgevuy J Jnckson D Lawn, B -7' Row Three B Horton, E Sears G Hervey R Avery G Tull G Dann Grunt E leltfall, hr Goodfello' A E Sokolowikx J Bartlett E Kobylurx C Young G Bute: Sllhl E Rose G Beebe A Ardell R Rice C Brlndel J Dxngler Row T10 I Hutcheson D COIIIIOCK E Self! E Shellhllmaer J Rosxnslu H Anderson R Tuppnn G Harvey F Jordan J lnrn Row Three M lane A llyott B Fox H Manor MxnGnllo1uy Mn: Sxlco F Moore D Noxel A inner G Strope A Lllton Row Four K Lnwton P Bllis D hnhnell R Keith, G Strxcklend I Fiske A VnnVorce I leber R Collxnl F delprmner I Keyel L deLorxx-mer J deL0r1mxer I Dennn J Lelxl S Ace A Onofrno H Shoultes J Stnmmnl P Blxls H Dalton J Allen P Burden J Oakes J VlnSulln S Delnney R Blllerd E Hotallnl D Blackman G Dingler C Ayers Row Five P Rxch A NlCh0ll L Clll D Nichol! O Okrepkxe B loodlrd J Rldgelly F Tlfflny D Bender B Grant B Gregrol Leu: G Dunn A Belokur N Allen L Armltnge E leuthll A Read N X1 no A 1 .uv-16 sm cwa JJ URMQ wk W P' V4 ts- ? WMACHINE sno Q, ND 4 1 7: ' Y f ' . 'V 1' z .I ' ' QV V 1535,-'r' f . . . - . . , .cvv V if 22' 955' 1 3 5 32 Hi '5 'f if K-'Y , ,4,, . A H. xxlgxix .6 Row 0neg P. Buldvln. T. Luslclek, A. Lulxclek, S. Judlki, J. Signl, I. ,I ' . . , . , . . . ' . . . . ' ' ,3 Q 2.--413.5 -':.-- ...Dx Y ,WLDJ . H , 5' ' 'l 1 , K 3.-f ' N' I , I A Q 1.x ,I - '1 ' ,. 51 ,V S f Q Jin 1 A , fm' Q5 fefiif' Ro 0 ll Init ll Chnlbr i L I H Simons I ny tt Ir Sc o 'hr V Davies L N a Ne dhnm F Gould I no Br F Moore P Hot Gr n T yl1.Tu Blu I Rlllllk N Oak! R Bejanxn, G Hnrvey Beck r Bl ll ' J lyon 0 Okr pk D Ho yl r B Grp' A LITERARY Edltor IH Ch1ef Assoclate Ed1t0T SGDIOP Ed1tor Feature Ed1tor Photograph Ed1tor Sports Ed1t0P Exchange Ed1t0F Typlst BUSINESS Bus1ness Manager Subscr1pt1on Manager BUSIDBSS Assoclates Subscrlptlon Assoc1ates Treasurer ART Laura Becker Betty Jean Bradley V1rg1n1a Davxes Laurence Grant Prudence H0t3l1Dg James Jackson Kenneth Lawton ADVISERS Helen Lewls Helen SIMBOHS Lorra1ne Shrlgley Frances Gould Peggy Bl1ss Dorothy Brown Agnes Myott Nancy Oakes Amella Myott R1chard Avery Gene Kobylarz Wanda Rosalak R1chard Ben3am1n Robert Bartlett Bud Grant Bernard Gregrow George Harvey Frankllu Moore Elmo Sears Bud Grant Joseph Myott Dorothy Needham L1ll18H Needham Olga 0krepk1e Erma Tarbox Evelyn Tull Llterary Advlser MISS Snow Buslness Advlser Mr Schleslnger Art AOVISEF Mrs Chamberlaln SCHOOL MEMORIES STAFF wwf aff: V' E 4' -.fa-53'?"' DICTUQE CDEW ln! Sno ll Sumo Bnrtl tt e IY U ll I neg . e, ra. e ln n, B. j. Brldlrh li. eli , . , A. o , . helinger, E. Selrl R I o: . , . eedh ll, E. ull, L. Shrigle , rbox, D. e , . , il: S l, P. i , . I , . e , . n ' D, own, . . . sling, . Roi Three: L. nt, . j cklon, K. Lawton, L. e , R. r etl, A. , . e ie, . ver, G. Koh I I. . e oi, R. very ' 1. '. I I 0 0 I 0 I I 0 I C I O I I nUA,.:?"" . . . . Jig' ' J. Qgsikrzf' I . . . . . lm' of-.f7?,-igffivzf kj., - , . . . ' -.. - " ' g - - . af Y . . . ffnvgnh n o ' . . . . . . . . . . 3wf' tg fif liigiiw -.FQ '. .- fi-nz -' I I I I I I I O O I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 1, . ' nu, ll, e , H. L win, L. Shrigley, A. o 34 WMU YQ Row one I Hoy! uauor M Homen Hnnes U Gylel I Dean P Rach Row Two C Holilln G Strickland P Kuhrt P Ontxng E Thou: N Row Three I Dennn C Scnlxa Austin A LIYICI' R Feln D Nxchoh P Znmner S Bean D Brown In Pol lord F Ponal lr: lcPherlon J deLorlmxer, L deLormuer C Kulxkowskx I leber llmhnn R K nth P Blxu D lnller D Lacey I Iuclxey I Shellhamaer H Felo L Becker A Ardell B Dunn Row Five A Rabenliexn N Oakes L Hutchelon F Gould l Rbllllk P Needham I Keyes L Needham L Avery J Stowell A lhofrio P Blnl B Dillon D Hover V Spencer .TD FIDS ,fri f U !"5A:L'7M, . fr ,I Z . ' fx -3 ' 5 ggi-f,.e:ff: .t f V V-ff---X gf ' fifil' 1 . 2 f H - E , ,Q 3, ,A f X-lifh-2:15-V 555: 'ww-1-x : : , ns. . - .u. . . . . :gf jug : . , - I' . . I. . '.. e Row Four: L. Nichols. E. Steenrod, V. Chnuvin, H. Dalton, G. ,.e'..',.'.. .. .. 1 . ' . . ' ' , . . . . . r. I luv- : - U . - D . - ' . - U . - - x ' 1 1 - ' 1 . - . . 5 , I. . . . . . 'I 1 . a - 3 ' , - - - - J- ' 9' f ' '23 3,4 1 Q ' - . K . -vt -3.1" - V, - 3:-:' Q PED CROSS , -s 1 4--n qm- aw- Row One R Collins F deLorAmxer A I Lllton I Roselnk H Brown H VqnVorce T leber E Role A Cleveland Row Two G Dunham E Steenrod I Stlnard S Holden A Spencer j lellan R Oliver B liner B Howard R lhxtney G Bowen N Bragg: P Lyke A Thomu Row Three I Rnch I Slolell B lhxtlnker P Munch D Needham E Hotalxng B loodlrd E Budney G Russell H Anderson L Cornell L Needham M Nnlnxk S Ace L Hnuver Nxefer Row One I Sngnl C Hellman D Cnutn I Hoyte I Finke M Brown B Bender E Heecker J Dxngler, J Cleveland A VanVorce F jordan Row Two L Call F Beebe B Collul B Barden G Royce, I Inner B Blxlor 1 Uuckey D Comstock D Blnckmnn E Dodxqn E Beebe E Talcott G Beebe 0 Okrepkxe Row Three G, Bates R Cole A jewel! A Lucey A Rabennteln L Nxcholl B Hnnrncheen E Tarbox G Ilmn hr Delue A Reld R llnrter C Harding G Beebe K Lawton L Cook M Hull D Brown Rn! One G Rullell P Barden lr Snddlennre, lr Goodfellov, N Allen Rol1'vD C.Ayers C Nvunnn T R Nlih. R Toqxkxnl R Howden C Spencer J Snmung D Cortrlght, b leddaugh Row1'hree G Tull G Kobylarx R Gregrow E Puller, H Brands: A Stedwell j Bullet! R Rinker, E Seun 'NAQ SIGNAL ODD Ro! Ono I delprnner. B D-Inn, A Ardell. 1 Iarner lr Burger, L Unnrdler, D Cortnght Ro! Tro R Collins, J Slgnl. I Slinud, S Holden, D llller. J d0Lorlnler, P Bllu, C lullkovlh, B Dillon I Dennis, ! Anhui' Rn' Th!!! A IYON. N Iovdlrd, J Stizlnl. N Rollnlh D Lilll, F Tnlhny, B loddard, G Beebe H Lelh DIFLE CLUB E leltflll 0 lhrvey L. Young G Ynmnn E Newman R Tlfhny Lulzclek A Lunclek G Hxne: G Tull J Nnlea E Sokolownlu Row One H Horkon H Hutchinson R Tappan E Shellhnnlner C Brlndes Row T10 A Lacey J Stovell j Bntel j Stnmnng M Frol! K Lawton, A Spencer, H Yoder Row Three T Pnltulln, G Hprvey E Beebe I Hull G Dunn E Neiman D KCIUI S Ace All Lnvton F Moore Y Allen SALVACE CGI-IDS n-'q,NEs I 36 N ll . . , ' I . . 4. ' V' ' A V Jn" A H , if ff .55 if lz , . 5 ii, ,-5 4 'H Y fi ay 'z-A .- .- ..".r. MODEL PLANE -fm' L- , N - ' 'K rffhifgffrswfzfsfz A.f:.A - if 1, f f 31 , 9 'H' 'Z' , A f 0 4 3 Inna nun :rung stuns. 1 50- Row One: C. Bailor, R. Kenne, L. Chgndlgf, gf, L Plltllnn G Dingle: Schlesinger C- Young Ro1TIo R Vlrbltrand I Gaul D Berg B Gregroi A Stedwell H Seeley A Flrnetx Ro' one A Belokur T Luucnk P Buldlln A Luucxek, lr Fnncher MILITADY MATH A H J Stlxxng I jordln I lleddlugh D Rlynlford S Rov1io G Yuun D lenhll V Chnuvnn A jews!! R Allmndxnger A Zx1er L Cnok j Bltel Z Rounlkn Row Three R Cornwell N Olkll H Brnndea Roy Gregruv j Jncknon X D Lellu D Hover J Rldgelny F Tiffnny J lyokt E Newman R llnhull ll Clifx vida' ,-w'Wf'J8 2 Ami WAR MAD CLUB A -02, Gu? ,ggi-sl' h Ro' Qne F xobylnr: C Ayers -I Allin L Chandler Mrs joslxn -H. Mus lcfmlley H LG'll H Horton J jewel! Vnrgnaon P, RoITIo J Bartlett Z Roslnlkx H Sultan: L Shrxgley j hyoll, 'x'R3,ZWr 5" aj, E Tnrbox R Allllndxnger A Zlmef D Berg E Dlrhng D Rlynlford v:u.w1"" 37 .u A ' X13 , : . , . , . , . . i 1"x 0 . lg A ,- V QQ? 1 as " . fr -Lf " t , 413.1 Q-iilfj f ' - - A ' - ' - ' ' bi the j Dellney C lunch D Cnlpnn, Ir Burger, D Bolsnn, R Snepp Row Two G Hervey C Kuhr! L Kennedy C Dunn R Howden R Tompklnl, L Vlnltten Row Three E Clerk li Benford E Pnlmer, E Sokulollu I Okrepkle l lerrill x .x 5 'QQ ft' FEET" Q '21 "':6'.?i vue xv -aug. uuvvnwnvq- w.r Q.. Rnl One E Shellhnlir ll Dnngler R Bowen, N Brlggl, Burger, H VnnVorce B Fox, j Haines T leber RoI1Vo G Bowen ll looderd L Cole C Brendee R Rice, D lobrlk C Grlnley j Cleveland I Hotallng RoIThrce I' jordnn, 1 Nlefer, A Hlglnlon, L Arnltnge D Berg D Yelcnvnge, E. Arutegu R lnrxght DRESS CLUB "9 J-fa .1 Row One L Peetelnn R Teppln, R Nolel, R Dingle! D Shelp ff Rue 'Iva D Cannock j Stnxlnl lin Belenlon F jorden 'N AMN. I Ballard -vtlglib Rau Three C Gnnley L Cell B Lnrence l Nevnln E Benjuln, D Yencevnge H Horton 3'-'fig-' .Q ,-4 .f--Q E - , wig f' ...fn -1 " ' "' ff: - xjafki V . Q A 4 - 583. C-4: 1 :ff 'f-f. Aff 1 ,,, A .J , 1- , -,ff - 11.14 - 2' "..,- ' fx 3, A wg 5 . - 931-.- '11,-Qi".." ', ' 5 ' 5 5 ,-1 L, 5 l,.,,.f, ejig'-gj,,"Tj'a'f:' 1 1 -x. .5 . ,p - Mg , , Qi A 4. . v- 1, t mx ff: f Q, A i ,H "rf - Y : . , . , . ' . . l..Q1..,.-- : - . - . -. . . . . . : . , ., , . . ', . , . A V, .,"f,'. jx ,-xg? 4 Wiz' f ' "Q ,f"f5"n Q' ' .7 i 1 '14 . ' L . -X -:J F "1 :Z ff 5,11 '51 Q '. l . -' 1 HW., 'ef 2 -. fi 'f-51f:p,.,4,.. ,W. W .A-:'. A . -7-V- A, .ei -. ,V ,,h..5e" 'e 3' -LH , , ,' ,., "'ff,,.,, , 7 . , .. ,,,, - . if 1 3 ':' - . . ' . . lr. ,. L , , , . . ,gg-M V -5 : . . . , . , . , . iii:-., if I 5, ' I ' ' ' ' A ,lx - :,V,eH.1.- - - - . ' . - - - .-, ' ,nf ' -' P , ky? npr. . . .,.,,. , Ax Y' -. ' -...-are .-1 ,W W: 'Is . ,fr -. -,aff - 'gk I . gp." fi -uk 'T A- ,ff " xi -,iv I VL.: -5, 12, -,F Y - -,Q 'r:.k ' ., .H ,--' , ' " '1,, zagnd' . . , . . . . . , , , ..,,-1.,w..,, . ' fe' - ., ,- 'ae . . - f - u l - . X, v en.: , 1 M ,Y , F- 'Lk - .1,i.v.e,V.f. 1 . . . . . . . . . Y -433-37 BOY SCOUTS Q. A is YQ., 4 5. , -uf x s-" ilu .-rv Ro: One R Horton j Nxefer D Shelp Row Two C Ayeru D Cannock A Ardell lr Frost lr Brown L Shellhnzer J Dxngler H Yoder F jordnn Row Three I llmn j Warner, H Hutchnnnon E Shell I-naar D Hlnrnchsen I Horton E Sun R lhxtney L Pantnlln C Brnndea Roi Four R Noxel F loore H Seeley G Dann R Van Oatrand A. Read G Stropl G Dingler R Ballard G Hines D Bhcknn VALLEY BDLLY"HOO QNX, ?'5 V Brndley H Smnonl D Lewis Ins Snow H Lelu B Burden I CIDL SCOUTS P 'I 1 -1,-1. 1 KO? 'Qi' i Ro! One I Bites I Glrdner R Felo D Nichol! j lnrner, lonna Polllrd A Lntrer N Aultnn Row Tlo J loihner hu: Thlyer Hill Kenyon G lxnor B lxnor J Cllverly V Stoke! Rav Three K Strnrt F Pnnnl E Dlrlnng M Shellhnumer E Rome A Purple H Hines B Howard C Stokes 39 ef. Q ', 1. I ',,"' 4 3 ,: I , '. ' ,' .' I I ' I .- 1. .55 ' ' ll - , . s 5 , . - A Q- Rf, an-'I M aa?-I V . .. VK. 1 if 0 V V nf 1 X " A"- 1 - : , .. . . - . .- SERVICE MEN L IOMEN Frlnk Cargill SKf2c Harold Hollenbeck P.P,C, Pvt. Gerald Bushnell Florence Andersen, Nlvy Nurgg Sgt. Bxll Reimer Paul Sgt. Bll l Gregrow Crede Hagen 5 Hubhl Bob lurtenburg Stiff Sgt. Robert Bushnell cpx. George Kltchuk Anthony Knnper Hnrvty Afklffloh A,M.M. l rx Pvt. cpm. Pvt. Pvt. fwt. SKI. Toms Alum Pvt. P.F.l lwl I Sgt Cblrl Set? cpl. Fpl . , Vxctnr Zlrnner Drck Rnrtlf-tt leo Rnsxrultn Normnr Mfrnthrn I-lftyfs ztmff Blll Smut' Kltchtxk A.H,l. J f lmfifu-5 :mes Bartlett . Gerald Zxmmer t. Bot Laurent'- Gurfior- lmultf fs Keyes Tnrtfnx Lnus Xobylarx lfo Kotfylarx yt. lnlter Kulvlnrx Fxllnrff Kolwlsrx 'Pxft' 1- 'arm Pvt, 00110 George Kotwlnrx rt Shrxglm , . 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I ' - p .. rg U 'V L ' in U ,J n U llgluluusn ....4 J A Cafe .ffl NSE- in 1-,gyy Q Shefosv Conv.: x VICTORY CORPS COMES TO N V C S More than n1nety exght percent of t e h1gh school students of Newark Valley Cen tral School have slgned up w1th the V1ctory Corps, natlon w1de volunteer organ1zat1on of h1gh school students for all out war effort They have pledged themselves to str1ve to be worthy of wearxng the V1ctory Corps 1ns1gn1a to perform eff1c1ently any war SCPVICBS as S1gD8d, and to prepare for future serv1ces war productxon, 1D c1v1l1an OCCUPRLIOHS, the armed forces These students now hold the status of Enl1stees If, W1Lh1H two months they meet the requ1rements, they w1ll be advanced to Prlvate FIFSL Class Students of th1s rank may enter one of the f1ve speclal d1V1S10HS A1r SEPVICC, Land SCFVICC, Sea Serv1ce, Pro dUCt1OH SCFVICE, or Communlty Serv1ce Off1 cers P8L1DgS and SPECIBI awards w1ll be g1ven students who d1splay IDILIBLIVE and leadershlp IH war work EDLhUS18SL1C approval by teachers and students has greeted a complete rev1s1on of the last per1od of the school day, formerly used as an act1v1ty perlod Commlttees of faculty evaluated each act1v1ty 1D terms of 1ts IMPOFLBDCB to the war effort All BCLIV 1t18S wh1ch could not be 1ust1f1ed on Lh1S bas1s were d1scont1nued, and a completely new schedule of act1v1t1es, 1HClUd1Hg M1l1tary Mus1c Club, M1l1tary Mathematlcs Club Rlfle Club, Scrap Salvage Comm1ttee, Slgnal Corps Club V1ctory Corps Publ1c1ty Club War Map Study, and JHDIOP Flrst A1d, was 1ntroduced FIRST AID Tra1n1ng 1U Amer1can Red Cross Flrst A1d has been carrled on 1B Newark Valley and 1n the Central One hundred adults have ced courses In the School for the last two years. and seventy f1V8 students and completed the standard and advan IH FIPSL A1d IHSLFUCLIOH. V1CLOFy Corps Program, two courses 1D JHHIOP FIPSL A1d tra1n1ng 1S now belng g1V8D. There are elghty e1ght students en rolled 1n the school courses. The Red Cross Instructors for Newark Val ley are Barna Eastman and Frederlck Brown. SALVAGE CAMPAIGN Our school got 1D the scrap to the tune of nearly twenty seven tons of metal and rub ber dur1ng the fall term. Thls salvage cam palgn was sponsored and d1P6CL8d by the Stu dent Counc1l. Much of the scrap materlal was brought to the school by the students on the buses, and collected by our local scrap dealer Our spr1ng salvage Campalgn 1S organ1zed under the V1ctory Corps We hope to go way over the top of our fall record SALE OF STAMPS AND BONDS By March 15 1943 the students of Newark Valley Central School had purchased S2 385 00 IH War Stamps and S5 110 00 IH War Bonds or a to al of S7 495 00 ur weekly average 15 S86 95 ID War Stamps and S185 00 IH Bonds SCALE MODEL PLAN BUILDING The const1tut1on of scale model a1r planes, for the armed forces, 1S a f1rst l1ne war act1v1ty performed by h1gh school pUp11S throughout the Unlted States The navy has asked for the CODStFUCL10H of 800 000 model planes Accurate scale model a1rcraft have prov ed a hlghly successful LPBIHIHQ dev1ce for t8BCh1Dg P6C0gH1t10D of a1rcraft and range ESLIMHLIOD Consequently the Army, Navy and c1v1l1an groups need hundreds of thous and of models of f1ghL8FS, scouts, bombers and transport planes of all the Allled and Ax1s NBLIOHS The model planes group 1S do1ng 1ts best to complete ILS quota of f1fty planes Lh1S year PHYSICAL FITNESS Newark Valley Central School has stepped up ILS phys1cal educat1on program to a war t1me tempo, 1D order better to f1t our young men and women who are belng lnducted IDLO the armed serv1ces today to bu1ld up more speed, strength, stam1na, endurance, ab1l1ty, coord IHBLIOH, balance, and a greater sense of alertness. For the boys, a Ranger or Obstacle course has been constructed wh1ch 1S an all round COHd1t1OH6F, and tra1ns the 1nd1v1dual to meet a var1ety of physxcal obstacles under try1ng cond1t1ons. It develops runn1ng, cl1mb1ng, balanclng, Jumplng, and hurdllng. Sk11ng lnaugurated last year places us among the f1FSL of the h1gh schools to have 1HBUg urated Lh1S course. There have been evenlng physlcal flLH8SS classes for both men and wo men w1th general body bu1ld1ng BXCFCISCS and compet1t1ve games. Lastly has come the for mat1on of the hlgh school Vlctory Corps. Physlcal fltness work 1S requlred for every boy and glfl, 1HC1Ud1HQ outdoor work such as skat1ng, Sk11D2, hlklhg, as well as BXCFCISBS and m1l1tary dr1ll, 1D the gym. We are aware of the lmportance of ma1n ta1n1ng good health. HYQIBHS classes elabor ate on HULFILIOH, d1gest1on, CIFCUIZLIOD, PBSPIFHLIOH, the effects of alcohol and to bacco, personal QFOOMIHQ and other toplcs re latlng to the 1nd1v1dual. '?,2'G ' . H N. 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BLOOD BANK DONORS Adults of Newark Valley are d01Dg the1r part ID the spec1al DBLIOH w1de campa1gn to obta1n blood donors who w1ll contrlbute to the blood plasma bank Many a sold1er's l1fe has been saved by these COULFIDULIODS Arrangements have been made w1th the laboratorles of Ideal HOSP1tBl 1n EHd1C0tL to FBCCIVQ four donors from th1s town, on Thurs day of each week Transportatlon 15 provlded for The process requ1res one and one half hours for fours persons The fo1low1ng qual 1f1cat1ons are requlred of a blood donor he must be from 21 60 years of age he must fast on all solld foods and all l1qU1dS for f1V6 hours before the blood IS taken he must be w1thout alcohol for twenty four hours those who suffer from hay fever, asthma, al lergy, malar1a, or recent rheumatlc feve are re3ected MISS R El1zabeth CHDMIHQS, school nurse 1S the local chalrman of thls program VALLEY BALLY H00 Our school, RHXIOUS to do someth1ng for the local boys 1H the armed forces, has pub llshed several lssues of a serv1cemen s news letter, ent1t1ed VALLEY BALLY H00 and sent to about 200 serv1cemen from Newark Valley and v1c1n1ty The VALLEY BALLY H00 1S made as IH terest1ng as pOss1ble by the 1HClHd1H2 of a few Iokes, lots of local news, and a column ent1tled NAbout Town', conta1ned short notes from many of the men about town of our falr valley Many letters from the S6FV1C6meH themselves were also pr1nted Food ranks bombers and bullets IH our f1ght for v1ctory' The Department of v0C8t1OD8l Agr1culture 1U our school has been offerlng a course farm machlnery repa1r SIHCB January 25 1943 Several farmers of the C0mmUD1Ly have enroll ed IH th1s course and are makxng use of the fBC1l1L1eS and 1nstruct1on offered to get the1r farm machlnes IH shape for the b1ggest food gFOW1Hg campa1gn In h1story The JOSl1H bU1ld1Hg has been equlpped as a farm shop for carry1ng on the repa1r work The Ag Dept plans to offer later on courses 1H dalry and poultry product1on THE JUNIOR RED CROSS The JUHIOF Red Cross Comm1ttee, w1th Mrs W1n1fred McPherson as 8dV1S6F, was or gan1zed as a part of the V1ctory Corps There are s1xty members The purpose of th1s group 1S to 8SSlSL the Amer1can Red Cross 1U the maklhg of clothing, qu1lts, servlce klts and knltted garments RATIONING FOR THE U S GOV T The Central School faculty w1th a few outside volunteer helpers have come to feel l1ke veterans IH the matter of war FBt1OH1UQ reg1strat1on The f1rst task of th1s klnd began on May 4 1942 w1th the ISSUIHQ of sugar FHLIOU books Soon after that on Way 12 began the f1rst g8S0l1HB FBLIOHIDQ SIHCE then, the school has been respons1ble for the second gHS0l1H8 FBLIOHIDQ Wh1Ch fol lowed 1D July at wh1ch LIME several 0ULS1de volunteers assxsted the few faculty members who reslde locally The t1re FBZISLFHLIOH and rent reg1strat1on followed IH November and December respect1veIy har rat1on book 2 was Issued durlng the wee. of February 22, 1943 MILITARY MUSIC Wllltary MUSIC has been an army regula t1on from 1776 and conslsted of two drums and a f1fe and was called nThe Sp1r1t of 76 SIHCS then m1l1tary mus1c has become part of the army program It helps to keep up the morale of the army, also 15 used for m8FCh1DQ anddress parade rev1ews Even 1D West Polnt Mllltary Academy and Annapolls Naval Academy and all other m1l1tary schools, band mUS1C a very 1mportant part of the1r curr1culum WAR MAP STUDY GROUP lh1S group 1S mak1ng a study of maps SLPCSSIHQ war areas and war HCLIVILIBS, and new developments IH map mak1ng wh1ch has been brought about by the war and 1HCF6aSEd a1r LFRHSQOYLHLIOH The members are prepar Ing a serles of larger maps show1ng the pro gress of the war These maps w1ll be kept to date and placed 1D a COHSPICUOUS place about school McCulley SIGNAL CORPS The Photography Club sponsored by Mr Frost 1S now comb1ned w1th the S1gnal Corps Club sponsored by Wr LaLone For the boys, as future Inductees 1D our armed forces, pho tography w1ll mean a sav1ng IH tra1n1ng t1me 1U Uncle Sam s UH1tS of observatlon and recon nalscence The S1QHBl Corps a1ms to teach the fundamentals of 6l8CLF1C1Ly 1D telegraphy and a WOFRIDQ knowledoe of sendlng and re ce1v1ng the Internat1onal Worse Code Next fall a course 1U the Fundamentals of Rad1o may be Inaugurated as a regular hxgh school Subject NATIONAL DEFENSE In Aprll 1942 the Natlonal Defense Wa ch1ne Shop PPBCLICCS Courses were open for the flrst t1me to women Now the malOF1tV f the enrollees are women Thev have shown vers good apt1tude for machlne work Our place ment record 1S hlgh Mr Alexander IFMIH teaches the machlne shop IH the day school Hr Harvln Turner teaches machlne shop 1U the n1ght school and Wr Gustav SChl8SlU28F ls Blue Prlnt teacher for both day and Hlghl classes A woman's BdV1SeP was appo1nted on the recommendatlon of the State Educat1on partment Mrs Leona WacLowry IS also Tool Cr1b Attendant, and homen s Advlser . . 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II-y 5 I N I ' ' L J .I Sm ' I If I REPR : ELA EE I64 HERMITAGE RD, ,.. PM '- RO HES-VER NIY phORQ'7!M Newark Mlffey I Phone I55 Newam Va e If Folks Only Knew How Many lVlinu'l'c.s of 'llwirmins Hour: of digging Days ofsunslsine Lump: af coal Weexs of coaxing Pounds of 'Fcrhlszcr Buslnls of flCll dlrl' Gallons of wd'l'er and lnclns of bacxaclnu l'l' 'lanes +o produce a 'orally flower THEY Wouco APPAECIATE THEM Mucs-4 Mona WHOLESALE GROWER ANU SHIPPER W H STIMMIN G Florlst Ncwarn Valley l'l'hUCU Byrne Hrcapf JEIBERLING ,FREI Byrne Recap COMPLIMENTS OF T. J. BYRN E "E"""'G's SGIVICG Inc DISTRIBUTORS' Wouhmgfon 23 HGWIQI fix Bmghamfon New Yorx US L BA TERE BRA E LINQNGJ RADIO! ACCQJJOY PHARMACY ff! 5 E D BusHNEu. GENERAL MERCHANDUE RED aWHITE STORE Ph 76' J NEWARK VALLEY A .r?..Q.J'J.rXfE.:J"j fl .JUN DIME, .JUI'Jl','.I .J :IUUJ-'IND INJU' XHUN lwags Glad To E.r'hma'le' BERKsH1RENv COMPLIMENTS OF BEAUTY JC-50006 NswAnK VALLEY PHONE 125 47 , 0 Co flimeni' af Q o ,Prop I - J OUP ' f' I' I " XI so, .JJ LUMESEH AMzuA's F5 3 9-1 P r Hg-'l P ,, .- -, 5:- r f- cf I ' 0 -if When lhere IS Peace again. MUSIC will be lusl' as essenhal as NOW Amerlca IS f1ght1H2 so that you may have a better world to l1V8 1U so that you may have a chance t work out your own happlness We trust you w1ll never know the horror the utter waste of war We hope and pray that YOU w1ll en1oy the wonderful 1nsp1rat1on of beautlful MUSIC yes a world where culture beauty and h1gh ldeals we want to be yours Naturally your mUS1C StUd18S are qulte an lmportant part of the future that we are plann1ng for you b cause we who are older reallze that appreo1at1on of Mus1c w1ll add so much that 15 really worth wh1le to your whole llfe we want you always to be happy w1th MUSIC FU5'L.E.i'l'I3 H1 XNU .UZPI Read A Dzmmocn MGR Klme S Bef JW EVERYTHING FOR THE BDY AND HIS DAD 54 Washsnslon Avenue D S DINACJN OPTOMETRIST EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST 73C E HllKlDS COMPGITH Cornplfn-1 nf.: Jewelers and Opfomelrssfs m Endncoll for25,geors AUTHORIZED DEALERS for KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS I' X ..J... foxforoa Elcuxwarc Expmr WATCH .hd JEWELRY REPAIRING 46' WASHINGTON AVE ENDICOTTNY Bertha Ferguson 48 0 U . 6 1 .- 'f ff ' . 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U WA F! - General Hardware Pamfs Oals Varmsh efc PLUMBING and HEATING ELECTRICAL MERCHANDISE PHONE 74-R rrcuen S -fauna:-r 0 Wann BARBER Snap GRANTS FINE PASTRY c JIM QUINN I ME 51 ,OJ L"TFIaT OM THE I P I' er HCARTV CONGRATULATIONS S 'i ri.-.' .Q ri F' lr ll , ' -o g A 4 , . . C1 CY, I I r I r" P. . H I 0 I . I v . . l t ' .4 Congratulations CHAUWN T0 THE. Class of 4-5 554 10 UU And Ben' Wuhes For fuccess WATER .STREET NEWARK VALLEY And I4 pp ,-w J Th gh Th Year.: To Co e McLeaI1s Bmghamton N Y .J .Jf BYL11-J BERT Buss J D -A ANDSON J' 5 '59 vzgb L3 ll a iness CHARLES s. HILLS co. rou e nw - I , O O oweqo Coal, Flour. Feed PM-,P,.- PM Hrs "L",-' -' 5.53 C - I r" ' r r" f ILA f Ig 1. Youa Jenvaczs ARE Needed Now The present offers unusual opportun1t1es t patr1ot1c and 8mb1t10US young people ou can a1d bUS1D8SS and government 1D the pre sent emergencv and at the same t1m8, lay the f0UHdBt1OD for future secur1tv BUSINESS and government servlce are two of the most at tractlve career f1elds open to young people today We are startlng on July 6th a short 1ntens1ve s1x months course that w1ll quallfy you for a good pos1t1on ID elther fleld School hours durlng July and August are 8 15 A M to 1 P H Thls leaves afternoons free to work v1S1t the school or send for catalog BINGHAMTON BUJINEJJ INJTITUTE l63 FRoNT .STREET DIAL 4 2791 'J-ir veggie u uni. li 9 E31 me E K Q kfvf il... fff f There Are Bene, W ords than Begg to convey the quallty of the f1ne pure drugs used 1n our prescrlptlon work They are the names of the reputable manufacturers whose products fxll our prescr1pt1on room shelves names suchs as Lllly Parke Davls 8 Company, Merck Lederle Squ1bb, and others that have meant BEST phyS1C18HS for many, man years RED DQ J S CRO SS 5TOF1 E THE LARGEST Home Furnishing store between New York Clty and Cleveland 15 still your major source of supply ID these days of merchand1se shortages. 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