Newark Valley Central High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Newark Valley, NY)
- Class of 1948
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We have past the Nhorse and buggyn
days. The age of air is strongly ap-
pearing in every part of this experi-
mental and democratic world. One must
realize the advancement of atomic ener-
gy and the other seemingly unrealistic
procedures. To our forefathers, this
would have seemed impossible and they
might have sensed diminishing their
feeling of security. With this gigan-
tic power the future is not haulted and
we must strive to keep this a peaceful
world for the generations of today and
Even in our span of time the realm
of aviation has progressed through the
glider, the P-38's, the helicopter, the
jet-propelled, the rocket ship, and the
new, huge flying fortress. But the end
is not yet. The opportunity of educa-
tion is flying abreast that of science
as one can readily observe through the
Wcockpitn of our educational institu-
Nagasaki and Hiroshima are forever
glowing evidences of this atomic era.
WPeaceW is the label imprinted upon the
minds of the American people, and thru'
the atomic Dower. it should enable us
to preserve confidence in the minds of
all peace-loving people throughout the
We must live in hopes that no fa-
tal blunders will be made and we should
maintain loyality to the leaders of our
nation, working always in the belief of
our motto--Wln Ourselves Our Future
Evelyn E. Rose
It is with deep sincerity and gratitude
that we, the Class of l9L,8, dedicate this
twelfth edition of School Memories to you,
Mr. Earle L. BidlacE. Your friendly spirit,
willing assistance, patient understanding and
untiring efforts as our faithful advisor for
two years, have endeared you to us all.
To you, Mrs. Joslin, we wish to express
our deep appreciation for all the time and
effort you have given N. V. C. S. In the
past twenty years, your good humor, and sin-
cere interest have been very effective upon
us. May our best wishes be with you always.
The Class of l9h8, Miss Donohue, wish to
express to you, our appreciation. Your cheer-
ful manner and willing disposition have always
been an inspiration to us all. Your conscien-
tious service and loyal support during the two
years as our advisor, will ever be remembered.
BOARD OF EDUCAT IGN,
Lester Hyatt Howard Curkendall
Alta Pope Jay Purple
William Stimming Hiram Nickerson
Mrs. Sears, Sup't.
E. Saddlemire, Sup't
Q C. Daniels
" C . Truax
YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF
H. Andersen, E. Shellhammer, Miss Donohue, M. Signs,
S. Chrysler, D. Kent.
. Oakes, C. Grimley, P. Needham, R. Van Gorder,
M. Signs, H. Andersen, M. Dean, B. Mills, H. Hines, B. Jewett,
Mr. Schoonmaker, S. Holden, J. Kellam, M. Thornton, E. Rose, G. Strope
STUDENT STORE CLERKS
C. Weeks, M. Signs, Miss Donohue
STUDENTS CONTROL-DAY TEACHERS
Snavely, J. Niefer, E. Kobylarz, D. Strope, L. Oliver,
Onofrio, C. Brink, B. Best, F. Panas, T. Holmes, G. Strope
Signs, P. Needham, R. Jackson, S. Holden.
Ardell, B. Mills, R. Keane, L. Pastalan, E. Rose,
Shellhammer, M. Signs, E. Sharp.
Nathan T. Hall, A.B., M.S., in Ed.
Ruth Kinyong Principal's Secretary,
Clerk of Board.
Marian Hinrichsen fabsentlg Ass't.
Elizabeth C. Lewis, R.N., Amsterdam H
Syracuse Univ.--Nurse, Attendance.
Harold F. Miller, B.S.,M.Sh, Buffalo
State, Cornell--Vice Prin., Guidance.
James Weeks, B.S.in Ed.--Geneseo,
Buffalo State--Jr. High Science.
Barbara E. Douglas, B.A., Houghton,
Sr. H. Social Studies.
feorgia S. Curkendall,
'ilma C. Hines,
Eildred Loomis Smith, B.S.
'ean T. Thomson, B.M.
sabelle Danielski, B. S.
ichard Chauncey, B.S.
essie M. Joslin, Potsdam--Jr. High
inifred M. McPherson,
Lldred M. Griffin,
Loyd B. Schoonmaker, A.B.
Lb. Sci., Syracuse--Libra
xrry G. VanDeusen, A.B.,
lion, Columbia--Math., Sc
Lchard A. Hoover, B.A.,
rnthia Snyder, Oneonta
shel M. Long
, B.S. in
John O. Sebast, B.S.,
Henry D. Sweetman, B.S.,
Maud S. Chidester,
Cortland--Jr. H. Math.
O. Edgar Babenzien, B.S.,
Helen McPherson, B.S.
GLadys M. Rumsey, B.S. in
Louise M. Dean,
Marion C. Shoultes,
Alice I. Wearne, B.F.A.,
Helen Donohue, B.A.,
Mansfield--Jr. H, English
Earle L. Eidlack, B.S. in
Mansfield--Sr. H. English
Irma. M. Taticchi, B.SSin
Bradley Gormel, B.S., M.S
Cornell--English 9, Soc.
Howard Horton HHowieW Ambition: Coach
WThe surest way to hit a woman's heart is to take
President A: Sr. Play Cast A: Rifle Club A: Basket-
ball h,3,2,l: Glee Club h,3,1: Yearbook Business
Staff hz Vice Pres. 3,l: Operetta 2: Seasonal Sport
2: Boy's Quartette l
'Uulia Signs nJudyU Ambition: College
WWhere there's music there can't be mischief.N
Vice Pres. A: Sr. Play Cast L: Band A,3,2,l: Orches
ra L,3,2,l: Band and Orchestra Treas. h,3: Transmit
Club h: Glee Club h,2,l: Spring Concert h,3,2,l: St
ent Day Teacher L: Jr. Play Cast 3: Jr. Prom Comm.
Operetta 2: Sophmore Pres. 2: Christmas Play l
iwelyn Rose WEvieW Ambition: Telephone Operator
WNever idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful
Secretary 4,3,2: F. H. A. Pres. L: Yearbook Editor-
in-chief A: Sr. Play Cast A: Student Day Teacher ht
Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Jr. Play Comm. 3: Jr. Play Usher
Graduation and Baccalaureate Usher 3: Spring Concer
Usher 3: Music Appreciation 2: Mixed Chorus l: Dano
Club l: Girl Scouts l
'Mary Signs WBlondieW Ambition: Private Secretary
WMischief comes by the ounce and goes away by the
Treasurer L: Sr. Play Cast b: Yearbook Staff Manage
A: Varsity Cheerleading L: Pub Club L: Glee Club A,
Student Day Teacher h,32 Yearbook Business Staff 3:
Jr. Play Usher 3: Graduation and Baccalaureate Ushe
3: Assistant Student Store Manager 3: Operetta Cast
Music Appreciation Club 2: Art Club l: Seasonal Spo
l: Spring Concert 1: Student Store Manager A
Floyd Wade nJune' Ambition: Farmer
nBut in this world nothing is sure but death
Band 4,5,2,l: F. F. A. 4,5,22 Orchestra 4,5,2,l2
P. F. A. Basketball 4,5,2
Eugene Kobylarz WKobyn Ambition: College
I'm modesty person1f1ed.'
Btudent Day Teacher 4,5: Football 4: Baseball 4,5,
3,l: Basketball 4,5,l: Student Council Rep. 5,2,l:
iasketball Captain 32 Glee Club 5,l: Jr. Prom Comm
5: Christmas Play 5: Soccer Varsity 5: Seasonal
Sports lr Rifle Club l: Varsity Club Pres. l
lorman Briggs uwhimpu Ambition: Machinist
'It is not good that man should be alone.N
Baseball 52 F. F. A. 22 Industrial Arts 2,12
Seasonal Sports 2,l: 4-H 1:
lartha Dean nPollyn Ambition Pat R1ch's Sec.
uM1sch1ef is well said to have swift w1ngs.n
Senior Play Usher4: Pub Club Grade Editor 4:
Plee Club 4: Jr. Play Usher 5: Commencement and
Baccalaureate Usher 5: Operetta 2: Operetta
Fsher 22 Glee Club 2: Dancing Clubll
WRussell Jackson HRustyN Ambition: To become rich!
Wwhat dwarfs men are.H
Student Day Teacher L: Sr. Play Cast L: Football A:
Basketball h,3,2: Band L,3,2,l: Orchestra h,3:
Seasonal Sports 2,l: Operetta 2
Monna Pollard WMonW Ambition: Housewife
NA woman's work, grave sirs, is never done.U
Dance Club 3: Jr. Play Usher 3: Music Appreciat-
ion 2: Glee Club 2: Seasonal Sports 2: Red Cross
l: Hook and Needle Club l
VRobert Snavely nBobH Ambition: Machinist
HWords of truth and soberness.W
Student Day Teacher L: Industrial Arts Club L:
Seasonal Sports 3
Harold Woodmansee nBusterU Ambition: Chicken
nTell me the cause, and I know there's a woman
F. F. A. h,3,2,l: Sr. Play Cast M: Varsity Foot-
ball L: Pub Club A: F. F. A. Basketball h,3,2:
Jr. Class Pres. 3: Band and Orchestra 2,l: Jr.
Prom Comm. 3: Seasonal Sports 2,l: Varsity Soc-
cer 2: Operetta 2
kF1ora Panas HF1oW Ambition:
UCome live in my heart and pay no rent.U
Band L+,3,2,1: Glee Club 4,2,1: Sr. Play Cast L.: Mix
ed Chorus h,3,l: Student Day Teacher h,3: Spring
Concert 3,l: Dance Club 3: Jr. Play Cast 3: Christ-
mas Play 3: Graduation and Baccalaureate Usher 3:
Gym Demonstration 3,1: Girlfs Sports 3,1: Seasonal
Sports 2,1: Operetta 2: Girl Scouts 1: Art Club 1:
School Memories Staff l
Betty Mills WBetsn Ambition: Housewife
UMen we love for what they promise to be.W
Glee Club h,3,2,l: Band h,3,2: Glee Club Treas. L:
Pub Club Photo Editor A: Mixed Chorus A,3,2: Sr.
Play Cast A: Student Day Teacher A: Commercial Club
3: Jr. Play Cast 3: Spring Concert 3,l: Gym Dem-
onstration 3,l: Graduation and Baccalaureate Usher
3: Operetta 2: Dramatics Club 1: Christmas Play 1:
Girls Leaders 1
fGerald Strope HJerryH Ambition: Florist
NSomething between a hinderance and a he1p.N
Varsity Club h,3,2,l: Baseball b,3: Football L:
Spring Concert L,3,2,l: Band L,3,2,l: Orchestra 3,
2,l: Pub Club Art Editor and Assoc. Editor A: Band
Pres. L: Art Club L: Student Day Teacher L: Basket-
ball 3,1: Sports Cordinator 3: Student Council Rep.
2,3: Glee Club 3,2,1: Jr. Play Cast 3: Boy Scouts
3,2,l: Soccer 2: Operetta Cast 2: Class Treas. 2:
Student Council Play Cast 2: Fire Warden 1
Minnie Thornton Nuuddlesn Ambition: .Housewife
WThey say there are sixty-seven different ways
in which a woman can like a man.U
Sr. Play Usher 4: Pub Club L: F. H. A. Vice Pres.
A: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Jr. Play Usher 3: Dance Club
3,2: Seasonal Sports 2,1
Joyce Kellam HJoH Ambition: Tour U. S. A.
UPeace rules the day, where reason rules the minc
Sr. Play Usher A: Pub Club L: F. H. A. L: Industri
Arts b,3: Art Club 2,l: Glee Club l
Beverly Jewett NBevN Ambition: Housewife
WA perfect wife, nobly planned.W
Pub Club L: F. H. A. L: Sr. Play Usher L: Jr. Prom
Comm. 3: Graduation Usher 3: Spring Concert Usher
Jr. Play Usher 3: Commercial Club 3: Glee Club l
Leonard Cole UJimN Ambition: Pilot
HThe word impossible is not in my dictionary.N
Baseball L: Yearbook Business Staff L: Seasonal
Sports 3,2,l: Operetta 2
John Oakes WSkeetsH Ambition: I. B. M. Worker
HWolves lose their teeth, but not their nature.H
Yearbook Business Staff 3,h: Rifle Club A,3,2:
Jr. Play Comm. 3: Seasonal Sports 2,l: Hobby Club
2,l: Operetta 2,l: Christmas Play 2: Bible Club 2:
Library Club 2: Camera Club l: Art Club l
WThelma Holmes nTuddlesW Ambition: Private Sec.
WHe is no more than a stuffed man.N
Band L,3,2,l: Glee Club h,25l: Vice Pres. of Band
h,3: Cheerleading L: Student Day Teacher A: Jr.
Play Cast 3: Orchestra 3,2,l: Spring Concert 3:
Operetta Usher 2
YCarol Schirrmacher nRarryU Ambition: Nursing
NThe rule of my life is to make business a
Pub Club A: Yearbook Business Staff A: Jr.
Play Usher 3: Rifle Club 3: Graduation and
Baccalaureate Usher 3: Music Appreciation 2:
Dance Club 2
Patricia Cutting NPatN Ambition: Traveler
WA poem round and perfect as a star.W
Sr. Play Cast L: Jr. Play Usher 3: Music Appre-
action 2: A-H 2: Assembly Comm. 3
'James Niefer WLankieW Ambition: Civil Engi-
WA gentleman by nature, and a scholar by ed-
Rifle Club L,3: Student Council Treas. h,32 Sr.
Play Cast L: Varsity Basketball L,3: Varsity
Baseball L,3,2: Movie Machine A,3,2,l: Fire
Warden Capt. L: Athletic Association h,3,2:
Student Day Teacher A: Jr. Play Cast 3: Student
Council Play Cast L: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Christmas
play 3: Operetta Stage Manager 2: Varsity Basket-
ball Manager 2: Industrial Arts Club 2: Boy
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William Simmons NBillW Ambition: Farmer
HSuch stuff the world is made of.n
F. F. A. A,3,2: F. F. A. Basketball Manager A:
Seasonal Sports 3,2
Erwin Sharp UDullH Ambition: Farmer
HAbsent in body, but present in spirit.n
Sr. Play Cast A: Student Day Teacher A: F. F. A.
A,3,2: F. F. A. Basketball A,3,2,l: Jr. Play Cast
Seasonal Sports 3,2
Robert Keane WBobW Ambition: ?? '-
HHandsome is, that handsome does.W
Student Day Teacher A: Baseball A,3: Football A:
Rifle Club 3: Seasonal Sports 2,l: Library Club l
WEdward Donald Yescavage WDonH Ambition: Dairy
HMany a man fails to become a thinker for the s
reason that his memory is too good.U
F. F. A. A,3,2: Glee Club A: Rifle Club 3: Season
Sports 3,l: Art Club 2,1: A-H Club l
Harry Andersen 'Andy' Ambition: Sailor
WTO tame the wolf you must marry him.W
Yearbook Business Sfaff A,3: Pub Club A: United
States Navel Reserve A: Baseball A: Art Club 2,l:
Seasonal Sports 2,l: Rifle Club 2
Phyllis Needham WPhylW Ambition: Receptionist
WThe very pink of perfection.n
Student Council Sec. A: Yearbook Business Staff A:
Sr. Play Cast A: Student Day Teacher A: Student
Council Play Usher A: Student Council Rep. A: Rifle
Club Treas. 3: Pub Club A: Graduation and Baccalau-
reate Usher 3: Jr. Prom Comm. 3: Jr. Play Cast 3:
Student Board of Finance 3: Sports Coordinator 3:
Music Appreciation 2: Dance Club 1
Carl Brink NCarlon Ambition: Farmer
Wwomen and music should never be dated.'
Band and Orchestra A,3,2,1: F. F. A. A,3,2,l: Vice
Pres. of Local F. F. A. Chapter A: Pres. of Tioga,
Broome, and Chemung County Group of F. F. A. A:
Jr. Play Cast 3: Student Day Teacher A
Philip Barden WPhil' Ambition: Own a new Car
nOut of mind as soon as out of sight.W
Baseball A: Student Day Teacher A: Rifle Club 3,2,
1: Art Club 2: F. F. A. 1: Industrial Arts l
Hattie Hines WHatW Ambition: Housewife
W'Tis what I love determines how I love.N
Sr. Play Usher L: Pub Club A: F. H. A. L: Jr. Prom
Comm. 3: Graduation Usher 3: Social Club 2: Studen
Aid Work 2: Spring Concert Usher l
Francis Snavely WFrankW Ambition: Jack of trades
WSeldom he smiles, and smiles in such a sort.W
Rifle Club 3,2: Industrial Arts Club 2
Junius Jewett WSkinny Atlasw Ambition: Engineer
WThe timid man calls himself cautions.W
Rifle Club L,3,2: Industrial Arts Club 2
Daniel Kubrack WDanW Ambition:
NYoung fellows will be young fellows.W
Rifle Club L,3,2: Seasonal Sports 2,1
Student Council President
Leon Pastalan WLeeW Ambition: Coach
WThe mildest manners and the gentlest heart.'
Sr. Play Cast L: Student Day Teacher br Varsity
Club h,3,2: Baseball u,3,2,l: Basketball h,3,2:
Fire Warden 3: Rifle Club 3: Jr. Play Cast 3:
Band and Orchestra 2,l: Boy Scouts 1
YSylvia Holden WSylW Ambition: Stewardess
WHer ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her
paths are peace.W
Student Day Teacher I.: Pub Club I.: Sr. Play Cast L.:
F. H. A. A: Glee Club u,l: Mixed Chorus h,l: Art
Club 3,2,l: Industrial Arts Club l.,3: Jr. Play Usher
3: Music Appreciation 2: Seasonal Sports 2,l:
Salutatorian A ,sy gggw
1David Rabenstein WDaveW Ambition: Farmer 'g SQ
WLove seldom haunts the breast where learning A 'wiv
lies.N 'j g
F. F. A. L+,3,2,l: Boy scouts 2,1
' Honor Students
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Paul Thompson UTomW Ambition: I. B. M. Workel
WThe world is a woman's book.W
Band and Orchestra b,3,2,l: Jr. Band 3,2,l: Jr
Llewellyn Chandler WLukeW Ambition: Toolmak4
WOne begins by being a dope and ends by being
Boys' Glee Club 3: Jr. Varsity 3,l: Rifle Clul
Allan Ardell NArdelN Ambition: College
NOne hour of sleep before midnight is worth
Rifle Club h,3,2,l: Student Council Play Cast
L: Sr. Play Comm. L: Football A: Jr. Play Comm
3: Soccer 3: Chemistry Club 3: Basketball 2:
Press Club 2,1
It is 1958, ten years since graduation and some of us are gathered at
Newark Valley International Airport whose building was engineered by the famous
Jewett and Niefer Construction Company. We have abandoned our superfortress of
'L8 and have taken our seats on Keane's Moon-o-plane. Our plane is warming up
and the stewardess, Sylvia Holden, is checking our safety belts. The passengers
are chatting pleasantly about experiences of the past years. Among them are
Joyce Kellam and Patsy Cutting, the travelers, on their way to their dude ranch
There are several housewives among the passengers, namely, Arlene Latier
Cortright, Minnie Thornton Brill, Beverly Jewett lDavisl, Betty Mills CDaveyJ,
Monna Pollard KAndersonJ, Hattie Hines lRhodesJ and Thelma Holmes K?J. They
are on their way to attend the first class at Cornell's new child clinic.
Allan Ardell has finished school, quit hitch-hiking and now is one of our
passengers on his way to Hollywood, Ito stand on the corner of Hollywood and
Vinei. Russell Jackson, the super salesman, is travelling with him, he is sell-
ing lady's colored plastic pipes as well as his good looks.
Now our ship has levelled off after a smooth, fast take-off and we are
floating over beautiful, forested hills and orderly farms. That one belongs to
Donald Yescavage. There's Carl Brink's, David Rabenstein's and Floyd Wade's.
We are now over Berkshire and can see The Simmons and Woodmansee Hatchery.
There is Erwin Sharp's artificial breeding farm over that way, too.
We are now practically over Ithaca. That little black bug down there must
be Philip Barden's new 1958 Kaiser.
We leave Ithaca after having our plane checked by Robert Snavely, mechanic,
and losing some of our passengers.
The oo-pilot has taken over and we see our pilot for the first time--none
other than Leonard Cole. He is strolling through the plane with the book, 'How
to Fly in Twenty Easy Lessonsu, under his arm. One of the passengers gasps and
faints. Carol Schirrmacher, now a trained nurse helps to revive her and we see
stat it is Martha Dean, the rich, pretty secretary of Van Johnson. As Martha
is chatting with us, we find that Mary Signs is the private secretary for the
Chandler and Briggs tool shop. Julia Signs has taken a special course at Col-
umbia University and is now the head of the personnel department of the Standard
Leon Pastalan has graduated from West Point and is now coach of the Army's
football team. The team is enroute to play Navy whose coach is now Howard Hort-
on, a veteran in league football. Eugene Kobylarz is on the famous Cinderella
basketball team of Utah University.
After leaving Martha we settle down in a seat to read the New York Times.
We see in the society column that Daniel Kubrack is a retired millionaire at
the age of twenty-eight Kgood going, hm, hml. Phyllis Needham is now recept-
ionist at the Stork Club.
As we turn to the ad section we come across Gerald Strope's advertisements
of his greenhouse and flower shops in several of the large cities.
In the Binghamton news is the final write up about the I. B. M. disaster
where the foreman Paul Thompson, through his quick thinking and coolness saved
the lives of sixty-four of his fellow workers.
Another news from item that interests us very much, is that Flora Panas has
refused a teaching position at North High to get married.
Glancing on farther we find that Evelyn Rose is a telephone operator in
We are now over the airport in San Francisco, we get our landing direction
from the tower, which is operated by Francis Snavely. We swoop down like a
graceful sea gull making a perfect landing. The passengers hurry off to
various parts of the city.
The reporters rush out to meet our celebrated Harry Andersen, the magician
lwatch the rabbit as he tips his hatl.
' cuss WILL
We, the Seniors of N. V. C. S., being mentally sane and physically strong,
and realizing that our stay will soon have been
nity and other worldly possessions of our class
To the Junior Class we will our ability to
To the Sophomore class we will the ability
To the Freshmen we will the brains that we
Cleregceg also, Henry.
I, Allan Ardell will my late hours to Dick
concluded, demise the honor, dig
to argue our way into something.
as yet have not found.
Harry Andersen will my beauty parlor appointments to my brother,
Philip Burden will 'Rlchfordn to Ann Keane, for keeps. Don't let me down'
Norman Briggs will my book reports to Sybil Chrysler,
Carl Brink will my farming ability to Clarence Grimley.
I, Llewlyn Chandler will my fast driving to Charles Kasper.
Leonard Cole will my quietness to Ed. Shellhammer.
I, Patricia Cutting will my giggle to Anita Collyer.
I, Martha Dean will my memories to Maxine Fiske.
I, Hattie Hines will my days absent to anyone who can do better.
I, Sylvia Holden will myknowledgeto Bob Van Gorder.
I, Thelma Holmes will my ability to hold a man to Betty Bowen.
I, Howard Horton will my deep voice to George Arnold.
I, Russell Jackson will my wolfing, to Charles Brandes.
I, Beverly Jewett will my ring to---No !I want lt.
I, Junlus Jewett Jr. wlll my female desires to Charles Ballor.
I, Robert Keane will my hair curlers to Paul Weber.
I, Joyce Xellam will my shyness to Jim Galpin.
I, Eugene Kobylarz, who have so much of which to dispose, will my study halls
to Carol Weeks.
I, Danlel Kubrack will bus 25 to Arlene Galpln.
I, Betty Mills will---??? I Can't, I'll get married instead.
I, Phyllis Needham will my tallness to Ruby Armstrong-no wllllng of those
hours at the switchboard.
I, James Nlefer will my class arguments to Jean Celverly and my play partner to
I, Flora Panas will some of my boyfriends to Barbara Best,
I, Leon Pastalan will my car to the Givens Sisters.
I, Monna Pollard will my typing to Myrna Partridge.
I, Devld Rabensteln will my brains to David Briggs.
I, Evelyn Hose will Erwin---but how I hate too.
I, Julia Signs will my quickness to Donna Stratton.
I, Mary Signs will my gum-chewing ability to Paul Purple.
I, William Simmons will my beshfulness to Beverly Mix.
I, Francis Snsvely will my partnership ln the farm to Charlotte Clark.
I, Robert Snavely will my marks to any Junior asplrsnt.
I, Gerald Strope will my 'form' to Normle Watkins.
I, Paul Thompson will my Plymouth to the one who can keep lt rolling.
I, Minnie Thornton will Julius Caesar to a fellow sufferer next year.
I, Floyd Wade will Owego lf you must have it.
I, Harold Woodmansee will my ambition to---Ch no! I have none to spare.
I, Donald Yescavage wlll my temper to Dawn Kent.
I, John Oakes will my teeth to anyone who can use them or keep them ln.
That this our last will and testament may be fully and completely
executed we do hereby appoint Mr. Andrew Labour as sole executor.
, Signed and sealed at Newark Valley Glass of 1948
On March 29, 1948, we left for Washington, D. C. at 5:00 A. M. We stopped at
Harrisburg and visited the Educational Building and Capitol.
We went on to Gettysburg where we stopped at the hotel for luncheon. After
every one was on the bus we took a two-hour tour of the battlefield with a gulde
showing us the high spots. Upon our return we left the guide and continued on to
Despite the olgar smoke we all arrived at our hotel at 6:00 P. M. Our first
desire was to eat. Everyone rushed to his room, unpacked, cleaned up and rushed
After dinner we went ln for big business. We went to the ConZP9BS10HB1
Library. There many couples mated and then went out for a movie.
Omlttlng the pillow fight we all went to sleep fast that night except the
girls ln Thelma's room, of course Gerry was on the trip so she had to do her hair
up so the rest of the girls could not get to sleep till she got ln bed.
Around szoo A. M. Hanna, Betty,
Thelma and Flora woke up to the music of a
radio. Gee, Russell, the least you could have done was turn it down so we could-
not hear it across the hall.
After a group of us came out of
our conductor had a brilliant idea.
any way. Has any one ever seen Miss
There were some nice girls over
the Federal Bureau of Printing and Engraving
Miss Donohue did not like lt but we used lt
Donohue on a motorcycle?
Ph1l's room. Who got the pitcher of water in
It seems Howie needed a needle and thread. He could not ask any one from our
school for lt. There must have been
a lot of thread on the needle for lt to reach
from 7th. floor to 6th. floor. How did you give it back? Yeah, we know.
How many ordered 'peas' at the Lotus Club?
Sylvia and Pat had to slt down and rest ln the Smithsonian. What was the
attraction girls? We noticed we had
to wait for Junius too. Was that it?
Did Gene's face ever get red when the F. B. I. man started looking for his
picture ln the criminal files.
Who did the manager complain about? Or is that just a rumor? Come on con-
was all tired out when he
matter, Evelyn and Julia,
revolving doors are quite
you or were you not whistling at blondes, Mr. B.?
reached the top of the Washington Monument.
couldn't you make lt?
a hindrance when you are hungry. But who
you have to eat peas every meal?
Why was Howie mad one night? You ought to be ashamed of yourself, Gene.
Howie asked her first.
The Lincoln Memorial is nice at
go around it again' he'll be sorry.
night but if we catch the one who said 'Let's
Who asked Miss Donohue 'how Washington could throw a dollar across the
Potomac?' That was a good answer, Miss Donohue.
After this, Russell when you take a shower at 2:00 A.M. please don't go
around knocking on people's doors to tell them.
Friday morning came fast and went fast. The shopping tour was very short but
we were glad because it wasn't pleasant walking in the rain.
We wonder if Jimmy has learned
At 12:00 noon we were ready to
was tired but wouldn't go to sleep,
n't you Don? ---- pest!
Miss D. and Mr. B had showers
to smoke a cigar yet.
leave for good ol' Newark Valley. Everyone
if one did some one would wake him up., Would-
on the way home. Although it wasn't showers
of blessings, it was fun. We would have been ashamed to have all those papers
around our seats.
Well, here we are back in Newark Valley and back at the old familiar grind,
but it really isn't so bad.
Despite the rumors, we all had
a wonderful time and as this is our last trip
together we made it an enjoyable one and one to be remembered. Thanks to our
chaperones for their wonderful counseling.
When the l9L5 glider took off from the Newark Valley Central School air field
we had as our pilot, Gordon Tull, Howard Horton as our co-pilot and Russell Jack-
son as our radio man and navigator.
Our mechanic, who helped us keep our plane in
tune was Mr. James Weeks. To help us further enjoy our airplane trip we had a
As the age of speed advanced we
found ourselves riding in a new l9L6 P. 38,
At this time we had Julia Signs as our pilot, David Cortright as our co-pilot
Evelyn Rose as our stewardess and Gerald Strope as our radio man. The voice in
the control room to direct us through the air was that of Miss Helen Donohue.
Stopping only long enough to pick up
a few more passengers, we managed to hold
a couple of parties and dances at which we enjoyed ourselves immensely.
Furthering our knowledge of air
power we discovered a different type of
plane called the l9b7 helicopter. We had Harold Woodmansee as our pilot, Howard
Horton as our co-pilot, Elvin Andreas as our radio man and we again had Evelyn
Rose as our stewardess. Our new mechanicg Mr. Bidlack and his helper Miss Taticchi
directed us through this air year. Our play 'Betty Mason-Detectiven was a howling
success. We also featured WStardust
Prom' which was a great social success. We
all worked hard trying to raise money for next year's trip.
We are now making our last mission on our trip. We are riding in a modern,
streamlined flying fortress with L2 passengers aboard. Piloting our plane we have
Howard Hortong Julia Signs as our co-pilot, Mary Signs, navigator and Evelyn Rose
as our stewardess. Mr. Bidlack is still our faithful mechanic and to assist him
is Miss Donohue. We have landed at several places selling everything, to make
possible our senior trip.
WPapa Says Non was our senior play which was very successful and entertaining.
Climaxing our money raising campaign our posters urged everyone to 'Swing
Your Partnern to the music of the Woodhulls. Washington was now in sight and even
that has become history.
We will miss our Alma Mater and
her personnel as we change to the mission of
Noted For Saying Weakness Pet Peeve Song
Wedding ring 'What ya do1n" Bob Blonde hair 'Until The End
Richford 'If I had you Girls and Moon- Homely girls 'Hearteohes'
Hair 'How about that' Girls Ford 'Sigged, Sealed
Neat appearance 'Oh lPooh F Some men Twin brother 'I'll See You In
Disposition 'Pickle Juice' Men Unfair gossip 'I Have But One
Athletics 'What you're do- Thelma Thelma's brother'A Fellow needs
ing tonight' A Girl'
Arguements on 'Gee Cats' Barbara Cops 'Because'
Her hair 'It's the style Clothes Short men 'Stardust'
Flngernalls 'Stop it F Red heads Big feet 'Penthouse
Sports 'At ease' Girls Math 'My Heart Is
Absentmindness 'Happy day' Women Typing class 'Always'
Temper 'Censord' Flance Trouble maker 'Always'
Big head: no- 'Ifr1ght,go Mr. Van Deusen Physics 'Tenting on the
thins in it ahead' Old Camo Ground'
Shynese 'I don't know' Pat. Cutting Lectures 'Home In Indiana'
Dlmples 'It's not so Short girls Competition 'Temptation'
EHERSGWGHV 'Oh 1 heck' Sheldon Long skirts 'Always'
Music ability 'Wheresmy man' Gerald Russell Jackson 'I Wonder Who's
Kissing Her Now'
Car crashing 'Love lt' Roller Skating long dresses 'Beg Your Pardon'
Bright ideas 'Censored' Other peoples Math teachers 'A1n't We Crazy'
Personality 'Number Please' Driving Rude people 'To Each His Own'
Blonde hair 'By the mighty' Being idle Those wolves 'It's all Over
Noted For Saying Weakness
Trips to 'Save your Women
Her friendly 'Oh lfish' Sleep
Gray hair, ' ? ' Late hours
Hard looks 'Hi ya,Abe' The old 10
Being good 'Let's get You'd be sur
natured together' prisedt
Teaslng the 'Take it easy' South Main
Quletness 'Yes indeed IW Bob
Lost week-ends 'Cheese and Trouble
Remarks 'For corn's Ranches
Teeth 'Oh IS ----- ugar Miss Douglas
Errands for Miss 'Phooey' Girls
Her problems 'Youknov what' Clothes
Only left hand- 'Holy nellie' Left handed
ed batter on team Pitchers
Long distance 'Censored' Women
Whistling 'I'm scared' Horses
Height 'I've been up the
river for a stretchw Girls
Fancy shirts 'Hello-Honey' Girls
Late hours 'Who' A Junior Girl
A Green truck 'Who Me' Women
For abgences ' ? ' Bicycle rid-
Quletness 'Not very Polka music
A certain Ford
Poor s ortsman-
Car don't run
No dates school
'Women Are! a Dime
'A Fellow Needs
'Peg of My Heart'
'Old Man River'
'It's My Lazy Day'
'It's A sin'
'I Want To be A
Friend Of Your's'
'Doing What Comes
'It's A Sin'
'A Fellow Needs
'Too Fat Polka'
Robert Van Gorder
F. B. Schoonmaker
P, Thompson, R. Jackson, M. Thornton, H. Hines, B. Mills, M. Dean, B. Jewetm
P. Needham, T. Holmes, F. Panag, E. Kobylarz, H. Andersen
Miss Donohue, F. Wade, E. Sharp, E. Rose, J. Signs, M. Signs, P. Cutting,
M. Pollard, J. Kellam, S. Holden, D. Kubrack, L. Cole, Mr. Bidlack
D. Yescavage, D. Rabenstein, L. Pastalan, W. Simmons, H. Woodmansee, C. Brink,
G. Strope, J. Jewett, H. Horton, P. Barden, N. Briggs, R. Keane, R. Snavely
R. Sayman, J. Lawrence, M. Harboc, C. McCullough, G. Stoughton, C. Chauncey,
J. Noble, J. Lisk, N. Orchard, B. Thompson, J. Stelmachovicz, L. Koroluck,
French, R. Ford, M. Harding, M. Martin
Mrs. Shoultes, B. Woods, D. Lukensow, R. Honnick, G. Farrow, D. Geerken,
Moshier, G. Smith, M. Scott, B. Bendick, B. Meyers, S. Moshier, M. Lorgan,
Bailey, M. Chrystler, J. Rosenberger, G. Van Vorce, B. Riek, P. Pitcher,
Ames, Mrs. Atwater
Blewer, J. Robert,
Chaffee, E. Crispell, M. Francisco, R. Paradis, M. Andrews, W. Baker,
Post, S. Wasylyslyn
R. Sharp, G. Dingman, R. Crispell, E. Balzar, G. Jordan,
C.Tyrre11, D.Austin, M. Prentice, J. Marsh, T. Tappan, A.Sherwood, J.Gwar8,
T.Mc Neil, R.Smullen, P.Balzer, J.Bean, D.Spencer.
R.F1etcher, D.Thomas, J.Albrecht, S.Dickinson, M.Sweet, D.Shiner, I.Grabowski,
Mrs.Dean, Mrs.Hines, S.Hvizdos, D.Walters, S.Hammond, M.Bean.
L.Morehouse, C.D1ckinson, R.Thurston, G.Roe, J.Stoughton, C.Rupert,S.Smith,
J.Koby1arz, C.Rupert, J.Walters, B.Decker, S.Dalton, L.Hoyte, C.Gunther.
D.Grover, B.Wi1cox, S.Sutton, N.01iver, D.Hoyt, W.Crispell, C.Maynard, W.
Schultheis, J.Menten, B.Dunn, J.Harding, C.Smith, C.Cody.
L.Wagner, B.Reynolds, M.Watkins, J.Prentice, M.Haines, A.Weist, O.Yen1ck, K.
Hammond, U.Kaler, E.Zimmer, P.Lawerence, L.Van Vorce, G.Sutton, B.Sndth, D.
V.Spano, D.Lange, J.We1ser, R.Jackson, A.Riek, J.Hatch, A.Hi1liard, Mrs.
Rumsey, Miss.Danie1ski, A.Roebuck, C.Cody, L.Ayers, E.Bailey, T.Evans, G.Brooks,
H.De Haan, F.Lukensow, B.Stoughton, N.Sy1vester, L.Gilbert, D.Grover, D.
Clearwater, J.Dingmen, E.Smith, B.Givens, G.Vought, H.Panas, A.Dingmen, D.Hartwel1
R.Kuhrt, H.Sherwood, D.Urooman, B.Tnomas, M.Exce11, K-Alexander, K.Hpyte, J.
H0llenbeck, C.Needham, R.Moshier, J.Hutchinson, J.Ri1ey R.Post E Brink L
Bowen, M.Patterson, S.Pierce, ' ' ' ' '
R.Watkins, R.Durfee, T.Bowen, R.Onofrio, D.Baker, S.Hyatt, B.Daniels, L.
Orchard, B.Snave1y, M.Osovski, J.Riek, D.Ka1er, E.Jehu, L.Hoyte, I.Eng1ish.
M.Lawton, W.Ri1ey, H.
Mrs.Snyder, P.De Lola,
J.Howe, L.Harding, R.
Albrecht, E.Snavely, A.
D.Ace, D.L1ddington, R.Hines, A.Wakeman, L.Armitage, B.Clearwater, R
J.Campbe1l, J.Dingman, M.Fiske, D.Smith, R.We1ler, L.Vrooman, B.O1iver.
Venter, W.De Haan,
L.Cu1ver, A.Thurston, C.Crossen, D.
J.Chamber1in, J.Smith, W.Evans, E.
D.Aust1n, H.Dickinson, D.Budney, J.Spper, H.Johnson, W.Johnson, F.Rowe, C.
Van Vorce, F.Bai1ey, B.Needham, B.Wa1ters, S.Wilcox, B.Brown,
Mrs.Winifredf Mc Pherson, D.Marsha11, S.Legge, S.Hubbs, S.Estep, J.Okrepkie,
.Hines, L.White, J.Lusk, R.Stoughton, J.Quick, K.Patterson, D.D1ckinson,
Dingman, Mrs.Mildred Griffin.
S.Chaffee, J.Co1e, D.Lunn,K.Pierce, D.Ely, J.Pitcher, C.Pierce,B.Pickert,
Russell, D.Bieh1, C.Taylor, E.Russe11, M.Hartwell, S.Armitage.
B.Harvey, V.Masher, R.Wakeman, W.Wakeman, C.Hoyt, R.Keith, E.Mead, R.Bently,
.Grover, B.Riley, D.Mock, S.Lukensow, E.Dingman, N.Matson.
Johnson, B.Rice, M.Piech, F.Buck, R.Ayers, Mrs.Long,
J.Lange, D.Moshier, J.Swag1er, C.Snapp.
P.Danie1s, M.We1ser, S.Prent1ce, T.Hammond, B.Be1okur, B.Reyno1ds, S.Spano, J.
French, G.Weist, N.SteMens, S.Adamek, J.Mil1er, D.Rhodes,2nd, Mrs.Curkendall,
R.Sutton, M.Carr, R.Smith, C.Smith, R.Martin, D.Fishburn, R.Dar1ing, J.La Montain,
A.Shady, J.Wande11, D.Marsh, Miss.Loomis,3rd, J.Albrecht, J.Smith B.Stoughton, B.
Walters, R.Bowen, J.Namaga, S.Crossen, R.Austin, V.A1exander, N.Gunther, T.Merrill,
D.Dombert, R.Maynard,Lth, B.Crispell, S.Thomae, J.Watkins, M.Wekeman, G.Hover,
M.Quinn, G.Snavely D.Gray, P.Dutton.
B.Swagler, D.Deming, H.Dingman, L.Tyrrell, B.Z1mmer, M.Dingman, G.Gwara, J.
Shellhammer, V.Scalia, P.Brink, D.Yhple, C.Lyke D.Ayres, E.Hi11iard,2nd, J.
Gunther, A.Brown, J.Sm1th, S.Schoonmaker, R.Martin, L.Griffin, Mrs.Stoughton, R.
Givens, E.Maynard, R.Van Dusen, R.M11ls, K.Enr1ght, F.Signs, G.Wilcox,3rd, E.
Durie, S.Dar1ing, M.Shelp, J.Mix, P.De Haan, J.Bills, Mr.Hoover, G.Frost, C.Jewett,
D.Crispell, D.Hu1slander, L.Hines, J.Heffers, G.Meyers, D.La Montain, D.Thomas,
F.Harvey, D.Armitage, R.Lukensow, R.Rutan, G.Morehouse, D.Watkins, L.Wicks, R.
Liek, A.Wegner,5th, D.Hutcheson, M.Barrett, B.Harper, J.Beebe, M.Bowen, B.Mosh1er,
J.Snave1y, F.Strick1and, L.May, S.Patterson, C.Ding1er.
J.Uveracker, E.Babcock, B.Every,J.Pitcher, B.Davis, F.Marsha1l, C.Lake. 2nd,
Mr.Van Deusen, R.hsler, R.Sharp, D.Ayres, H.Enright, S.Lajza, F.Evans, A.Yaple,
D.Fox, C.Almandinger, D.Collyer, V.Clark G.Herrick, C.Buck, J.Kobylarz, Mr.Gorme1.
3rd, E.Grow, S.Lawton, G,Chrysler, R.Bowen, H.Snavely, C.Matson, R.Bentley, E.
Brind, H.Smith, B.Hartwell, R.Hyatt, M.Jayne, C.English, S.Kulikowskiz nth, G.
nakeman, w.Daniels, A.Stoughton, R.Hines, P.Swagler, H.Slawinski, B.Thomas, M.
Oliver, B.Grow, C.Albrecht, E.Austin, A.Stein, D.Armitage, G.Ace.
G.Scalia, R.Turk, M.Panas, J.Tappan, R.Weist, w.Lusk, R.Ke1lam, R.Davis, W.
Andreas, J.Tompkins, R.Grummons. 2nd, Mr.Gormel, S.deLorimier, A.Spano, I.Thomas,
S.Sherwood, N.Pitcher, B.Hamilton, M.Graham, A.Tierney, H.Soko1oski, M.Campbe1l,
R.Moshier, F.Pellett, Miss Douglas. 3rd, J.Whitmarsh, N.Co1e, D.Stoughton, J.
Walters, L.Rice, A.Steenrod, B.Avery, J.Woodard, R.Horton, J.Wood, F.Woodard.
nth, R.Brink, JsSettle, C.Kuhrt, C.She11hammer, L.weber, C.Jackson, M.Stedwell,
H.Sharp, J.Piemh, H.Tyrrell, B.Hammond, C.Luszczek, N.Rowe, L.Bean, L.Latier,
M.Negus, D.Dingler, K.Hollenbeck,2nd. D.Snapp, M.Schoonmaker, M.OkrepKie, J.
Chrysler, C.Jordan, D.York, Mrs.Chidester, Mrs.Joslin, M.Meyers, M.Vrooman, J.
Hughes, S.Lisk, E.Johnson, M.Da1o1a, Brd. H.BrinK, L.Signs, R.Johnson, G.Harper,
L.Brandes, R.Morris, J.Snave1y, R.Esler, P.Purp1e, R.minor, S.Ayres, G.Johnson,
J.Herrick, P.Bieh1, D.galpin, Ath, J.Sears, I.Ocapink, B.Dooty, B.Deming, B.B1ewer,
J.Belokur, M.Andreas, E.Moshier, K.Cortright, M.Zimmer, P.Rice, M.Needham, E.
Hines, G.Partridge, N.Keith, J.Munch, 5th, R.0liver, W.Walker, W.Thomas, G.Hoyt,
C.Spicer, P.KwiatkowsKi, E.Snavely, W.Rich, S.Squires, E.Howard, D.Lacey, E.Kent,
A.Budney, J.Grummons, D.Jewett, J.Hyatt.
G.Pollard, E.Rowe, J.Baker, B.Rice, S.G1vens, B.Sharp, Mr.Babenz1en, Mrs.
Wearne, H.Weber, J.Moshier, M.Gardner, F.Delaney, D.Beebe, L.Shel1hammer, 2nd.
R.Lewis, M.Tarbox, M.Yenick, C.Va1entine, J.Roberts, S.Yetter, B.0sovski, B.Walker,
J.VanNorman, P.Kinney, L.English, S.Mi1ls, J.deLorimier, B.Baker, M.Sutton, W.
Hammond, 3rd, G.Curkenda11, D.Stevens, D.Chrys1er, V.Austin, V.StoKes, I.Shaver,
E.Gunther, S.Gunther, N.Collyer, E.Beebe, M.Snavely, N.Diokinson, B.Caldwel1,
E.Thomas, C.Dunham, Lth, D.Jordam, J.Lukensow, K.Rice, R.Russell, F.Meyers, R.
Shaver, D.Armitage, L.Negus, F.Hammond, J.Vanderpool, J.Austin, S.Lawton, P.Baird.
C.Brandes, D.Strope, F.Ho1mes, A.de Lorimier, N.Watkins, D.Walker,
S.Spano, R.Gardner, S.Gyles, J.Thomas, G.Belokur, H.Col1yer, J.Lyke,
Mr.Weeks, B.Smith, B.C1eveland, G.Hotaling, S.Heffers, A.Klossner,
C.Hughes, S.Van Vorce, S.Sharp, M.Morgan, L.PicKert, I.Po1lard,Mrs.Thomson.
R.Onofrio, P.Davis, Z.Jonowski, R.May, M.Oakes, R.Thomas, J.0krepKie,
E.C1ark, L.Watkins, G.Darling, A.A1exander, L.O1iver, M.Van Scoten,
P.Givens, B.Weber, J.Morehouse, L.Rood, J.Wilson, B.Tompkins, R.Every,
A.Deming, B.Best, M.Partridge, R.Armstrong, M.Spano, S.Chrys1er,
B.Bowen, A.Keane, D.Stratton, J.Calverley, A.Galpin, R.She1lhammer,
Mr.Schoonmaker, L.Hines, C.Grimley, N.Austin, C.C1ark, B.Mix,
D.Kent, A.Collyer, M.Fiske, J.Galpin, D.Briggs, Miss Lundy,
R.Tappan, P.Weber, R.Van Gorder, C.Andersen, G.Kasper, C.Ni1es,
N.Sch1rrmacher, G.Arnold, E.Shellhammer.
The Kindergarten started in September l9b7, with forty-eight boys and girls.
At the beginning of the second term the enrollment had increased to sixty-four.
There were many things to be learned when starting in school for the first
timeg such as learning to work together, courtesy toward others, good eating hab-
its and proper care of our clothing. All of these things make up a Kindergarten
The group made many nice things for handwork. They learned to make Indian
designs in the Indian unit. In the spring we made bird pictures and when we read
about the circus, a Circus Parade was made.
Manuscript lettering wasstarted in January and everyone learned to make
some letters and numbers, and to print their own name.
At each holiday the whole group had a nice party. Sometimes the mothers
helped with the refreshments. The Christmas party was one of the nicest of the
In May the Kindergarten gave a program for the Grade Assembly. It was
planned around the songs, rhythmic dances and other activities carried on through-
out the year.
On March 10, we presented,'A Mother Goose Paraden, for grades 1-6. We acted
out twenty-three nursery rhymes.
Nearly everyone in the two rooms nag had chicken pox. We hope the worst is
Just before Easter we shall dye eggs and make Easter baskets for candy.
We have large Easter eggs strung across our blackboards. Upon them we put
stars and seals received for good work.
Our second grade put on the Christmas Assembly program. Early in the year
we had a unit on the fire protection, to follow up the unit we took a trip to the
Some of the units covered this year were: Indian Projectg Eskimo Unitg
Homes and School Unitg Farm Unit, Post Office Unit and Winter and Spring Birds.
For science we have attempted raising a flower garden from seeds and also
bulbs. We learned to recognize birds by their color, size and call while mak-
ing bird charts. For Health we have learned how good it is to be WHealthy-O'sH.
Te haye put special emphasis on reading for comprehension, word meaning
and expression. nS a culminating activity we made illustrated alphabet posters.
Social Studies is a new subject for us and we enjoy it. We are learning
about our early pioneer history and the home life of the children of that time.
Also we learn about our own foods and the materials of which our clothing is made.
This year our grade combined with Mrs. Griffin's fourth grade to put on the
April Assemuly Program. We carried out the vHelping Hand Ideau and HSpring Awak-
ening in a Dutch Garden.N We helped make decorations and scenery for the play.
Shortly after school began in September we decided we would organize our
class into a village. We chose Wfriendly Villageu for the name of our community
and elected Doris Marshall, Mayor, Sandra Estep, Carl Pierce and Louis White,
village trustees and Creighton Lusk, Jrg as.Justice of the Peace.
Once a week we held court at which time, all traffic violators and other
offenders were given a fair hearing.
In our community we had a Hobby Club, Book Club, and Historical Society.
Our Hobby Club held a tea and hobby show in April and put on an assembly
program in June.
Through our small village we feel that we have learmed how to be better
Mrs. Winifred McPherson
In our fourth grade room, we find our interests to be many and varied.
It has been difficult for us to find a common interest. As we began studying
the Prairie farms in social studies class, we foundan,interest. From this unit
of work, each one made a scrap book of pictures showing farm life, not only on
Prairie lands but on the many farming lands of the world. To conclude our social
studies for the year, we are going to take an imaginary trip across the United
States on the Lincoln Highway. This will enable us to cross the various sections
of our country and visit many of the principal cities.
Our one big art project for the year centers around the use of papier mache.
We have many different sizes and shapes of dishes. These were made over molds.
Along with the dishes, some of the group made their own farm animals from the
Papier Mache. All of this work,animals and dishes,are painted realistically and
shellaced for permanency. It has been a great thrill for the boys and girls to
complete their work and then put it on display in our cupboards.
Both sections have been very interested in the national and international
news. In November the two grades presented a pageant in the assembly entitled,
'All Aboard the Freedom Train.W
During our Social Studies unit on New England, collections of articles
used by the early settlers were made. The collection in Mrs. Miller's room
included candle molds, a very old gun, and the shoes of an ox. At this time
knitting was done in both rooms.
The two grades competed in spelling and arithmetic contests, and in
playground games with a great deal of enthusiasm.
Home-room parties were held at Christmas and on Valentine's Day.
Miss Loomis' room chose Grace Snavely, the outstanding student, Victor
Alexander, the outstanding athlete, Billy Stoughton, the most ambitious
person, Jimmy Miller, the most artistic, and Betty Belokur, most popular.
Mrs. Miller resigned in December and Mrs. Curkendall became teacher in
During the year the two classes joined in many of their activities. Head-
ing the list was the annual sixth grade assembly program, a minstrel show, which
was presented in February to the entire student body and at an evening performance
for the general public.
Throughout the year hard work and keen competition were shown in both rooms
as well as fine cooperative spirit on the playground. Mrs. Stoughton and Mr.Hoover
feel that this group of students will go a long way towards their respective goals
and wish to send their best wishes to everyone.
Mrs. Alberta Stoughton
Mr. Richard A. Hoover
M.Needham, E.Milks, R.VanGorder,
Mr.Weeks, P.Needham, L.Pasralan,
E.Shel1hammer, J.Niefer, Mn4Miller
N.Watkins, A.Klossner, B.Hammond,
J.Signs, S.Sharp, V.StoKes, F.Pana
A.Ga1pin, M.Schoonmaker, R.Sharp,
F.Delaney, J.Lukensow, F.Evans,
P.Thompson, C.Brink, L.Pickert,
F.Wade, F.Holmes, H.Calverley,
M,Sutton, A.Latier, P.Kwiatkowski,
J.Lyke Mr.Sebast, R.Jackson, R.
Brink, L.She1lhammer, J.Moshier,
Mrs. Chidester, Mr. Chauncey, F.De1
E.Shellhammer, Mr. Hall, J.OkrepKie
Mrs. Thomson, Mr. Bidlack.
STUDENT BOARD OF FINANCE
C.Weeks, J.Lyke, M.Signs, M.Partrid
D.Ga1pin, Miss Hinrichsen, J.Niefer
D.Kent, B.Mi1ls, J.Signs, S.Holden.
.Rabenstein, G.Be1okur, G.Curkenda
B. Hamilton, H. Sokoloski, J.
Pitcher, L. Bean, H. Smith, H. Tyrrell
B. Every, J. Snavely, J. Hoyt, S.
Lawton, R. Shellhammer, C. Matson, D.
C. Albrecht, H. Slawinski, M.
Meyers, P. Biehl, R. Russell, G. Hoyt
C. Brandes, M. Snavely, J. Vander-
pool, E. Howard, R. Lewis, Mrs.Wearne
N. Keith, B. Rice, S. Heffers, R.
Moshier, F. Pellett, G. Harper, W.
A. Klossner, G. Hotaling, P.G1vens,
C. Stokes, N. Cortright, C.Andersen,
E. Beebe, L. Rood
J. Lyke, M. Tarbox, Miss. Taticchi,
Z. Janowski, H. Collyer, J. Signs
C. VanVorce, B. Tompkins, B. Smith,
C. Hughes, S. Gyles, B. Cleveland
M. VanScoten, L. Oliver, Mr.
Schoonmaker, I. Shaver, H. Weber, R.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
D. Chrysler, B. Sharp, J. Wilson,
A. Latier, M. Van Scoten, M. Yenick,
M. Tarbox, E. Beebe.
Mrs. Thomson, C. Hughes, M. Dean,
S. Holden, B. Smith, J. Signs, H. We-
ber, V. Stokes, B. Cleveland, M.
Gardner, B. Mills, F. Panas, T. Holmes
P. Givens, M. Sutton, J. Moshier, B.
Tompkins, C. VanVorse, N. Weston, M.
Signs, S. Givens, C. Weeks.
R.Johnson, J.Thomas, S.Ayres, 5.Spar
N.Watkins, J.OKrepKie, S.Yetter,
L.Negus, J.Van Norman, Mr. Weeks.
L.O1iver, J.Oakes, A.de Lorimier,
P.Kinney, S.Mills, D.Stevens, A.Deming
P.Weber, J.French, A,Arde11, R.ShelI
hammer, A.Stinard, C.Bailor, E.Howard
A.Budney, D.Armitage, G.Hoyt, E.Kent,
R.Thomas, S.Gy1es, E.Thomas, L.WatKin:
M.Signs, J.Signs, Mr.Bidlack,
F.Panas, J.Niefer, P.Needham,
H.Woodmansee, B.M1lls, R.JacKson.
L.Pastalan, C.BrinK, E.Rose, E.Shar1
S.Holden, P.Cutting, H.Horton.
M.Gardner, C.Waeks, A.Co1lyer, H.
Sharp, M.Schoonmaker, F.Panas, A.Galp
J.Moshier, L.Pickert, F.Wade, T.Holme
C.LuszczeK, R.Oliver, P.Kw1atKowsK1
P.Thompson, C.Dunham, B.Sharp, J.Lyke
R.Brink, N.Rowe, B.Mills, R.Gardnar,
D.Stratton, J.Calverley, R.Sharp, A
Latier, M.Sutton, F.De1aney, J.Signs,
Mr.Sebast, F.Ho1mes, R.JacKson,
S.Sharp, C.Brink, G.Strope.
D.Whitmarsh, J.Kobylarz, M.Panas,
Z.JanowsKi, D.Armitage, B.Avery,
G.Scalia, K.HollenbeoK, J.Whitmarsh,
R.Esler, Mr.Gorme1, W.Andreas.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS Jr. HIGH
B. Avery, R. Esler, R. Kellam, W. Lusk,
W. Andreas, P. Purple, R. Hyatt,
C. Allmandinger, N. Pitcher, M. Camp-
bell, Mr. Babenzein, D. Collyer,
B. Davis, S. deLorimier, R. Bowen,
D. Armita e G. Har er M. Andrea
S . P , S,
B, Dooty, C. Jackson, B. Grow, J. Belo-
kur, B. Hartwell, E. Brind.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS Sr.H.SCHOOL
R. Snavely, J. Galpin, S. Holden,
J. Kellam, C. Brandes, L. Hines,
R. Tappan, C. Kasper, Mr. Babenzein,
J. Vanderpool, F. Meyers, H. Andersen,
INDUSTRIAL ARTS Jr. HIGH
J. Tompkins, J. Kobylarz, M. Stedwell,
M. Vargason, G. Partridge, M. Okrepkie,
A. Spano, J. Settle, S. Sherwood,
M. Vrooman, M. Needham, H. Smith, D.
G. Scalia, B. Hammond, A. Steenrod,
R. Turk, R. Snavely, Mr. Babenzein,
L. Rice, D. Mitchell, R. Morris, M.
Panas, G. Herrick.
J. Walters, D. Stoughton, A. Hinricksen
H. Brink, W. Walker, G. Johnson,
C. Spicer, J. Snavely.
STUDENT COUNCIL PLAY
G. Strope, D. Stratton, J. Neifer,
Miss Douglas, L. Oliver, D. Kent,
JJ. Calverley, A. Keane, R. Woodmansee,
F. H. A.
Armstrong, N. Austin,
Partridge, B. Bowen,
Osovski, B. Jewett,
Kellam, H. Hines,
Clark, E. Rose,
Thornton, S. Holden,
Spano, Mrs. McPherson.
F. V. A.
Alexander, R. Nay,
Collyer, 1. English,
Valentine, B. Walker,
Pollard, G. Curkendal
Simmons, E. Sharp,
Woodmansee, Mr. Chaun
Davis, C. Niles,
Vescavage, C. Grimley
Carroll, C. Bailor,
Wade, D. Alexander,
Brink, D. Rabenstein,
Welder, E. Clark.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Janowski, D. Yescavag
Brink, J. Oakes,
Shellhammer. U. Colly
Lyke, Mrs. Thomson.
This organization is made up of 36 members and, like the orchestra, has a com-
letely new repertoire of selections which it will play in combined concert with
the orchestra. This past summer the band played at the Tioga County Fair, and at
the Clark Seed Farms. It has played at the Senior play and many student assemblies
You'll hear us in the Park this summer.
This as a new club in N.V.C.S. organized for the purpose of training student
library assistants. We meet every Monday and have learned library arrangement,
checking, slipping and signing our books.
We had several interesting lessons in preparing new and rebound books for cir-
Several members have been able to act as student librarians during a free period
and have rendered competent service to the school.
The club put on a skit for P-T.A. in collaboration with Mr. Schoonmaker who had
charge of the program for National Book Week.
Some of the club are practicing story-telling, anticipating a novel experience
with some of.the younger children.
Lewis Oliver was librarian on student control day.
YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF
Just as a plane cannot remain aloft without wings, so SCHOOL MEMORIES cannot
survive without financing--and that's where we come in!
Early last fall, we started selling advertisements to the business people of
Newark Valley and surrounding territory--even contacted the mythical 'Mr. Living-
ston.' The response from our patrons was enthusiastic, latevunter found us work-
ing on the lay-out for the advertisements. We worked hard on the set-up of the
ads in an effort to present them in a conservative but attractive manner. During
February and March, we waged an intensive sales campaign, contacting all students
from Kindergarten through the Twelfth grade.
We have enjoyed financing the publication of SCHOOL MEMORIES and have had a
successful year, full of hard work, laughs, and fun.
This year, not only the whole staff but also the advisor, Miss Taticchi, were
inexperienced in the techniques of newspaper writing and printing. That Mimeograpb
Machine--what a headache! And to sell enough copies to defray the cost of paper
wasted while learning how to make legible sheets, this seemed hopeless. However,
Zenon Janowski, with the help of Harold Collyer, succeeded in conquering the sit-
uation and we have been able to put out a school paper once a month without going
into the 'red'.
Our staff has worked hard to secure everything interesting to the student body
and faculty and it is quite justly proud of the many compliments received.
We are 'It', for ours is the duty of publishing this book. we are all l9L8
classmates and have enjoyed planning the yearbook as our final contribution to
Criticismeaof our previous yearbooks have been appraised and comparisons with
other school annuals, together with our own creative ability have produced this
year's 'School Mamories'.
Originality has been our watchword and we have covered every 'nook and cranny'
to expose each phase of school life which has meant sofmuch to us at N.V.C.S.
This is the year the glee clubs anxiously anticipate. It is the year for an
operetta under the direction of Mrs. Thomson, and with Miss Lundy at the piano,
the boys and girls have rehearsed faithfully in preparation for the operetta enti-
tled 'Up in the Air'. This was presented in April.
The girls' glee club also added much to our annual Christmas assembly. By their
delightful rendition of carols, interspersed by tableans, the students enjoyed a
very worshipful assembly.
The art club has done many different things this year under the direction of
Mrs. Wearne. On the seventh of Januarythe artistsTgave an assembly program enti-
tled 'Art for Everyone'. There were students sketching, demonstrations of finger-
painting, leather work, and other crafts. Charles Brandes showed the use of the
air brush and how it worked. This new apparatus has been a revelation since the
call for postersfwas' so numerous. The seventh grade modeled hats which they cre-
ated. The boys were especially amusing as they walkedout on the stage garbed in
high heels, stockings, black dresses and their so called 'hats! We also gave our
program,to the P-T.A.
Many animals and figurines have been done by the art
ceramics department. Working with clay has been new to
they have enjoyed playing in the 'Mud'. A kiln to fire
available so in its place we have used plastiglaze. We
kiln to bring real beauty to our clay pieces.
BOY scoufrs TROUP L3
classes and the club in the
many of the students and
the pieces has not been
are hoping some day for a
This troop is sponsored by the P-T.A. of Newark Valley Central School, through
the supervision of the Newark Valley Troop Committee of the Boy Scout organization.
Troop L3 is somewhat unique in its organization. This is due to the fact that
the troop is sponsored especially for those boys who come to the N.V.CAS. from are-
as where scouting is not carried on in their local community.
Character building, Americanization and citizenship training, learned through
scouting activities, is the goal of this group.
The troop is under the leadership of Mr. Gormel and has an Eagle and Lion patrol.
Leon Pastalan was elected president and Edward Shellhammer vice president of the
council for l9L7-L8. At their first meeting Phyllis Needham was elected secretary,
James Nieferytreasurer and Robert Van Gorder,sergeant at arms.
During the year the council sponsored the taking of the pictures of the students,
held a dance, sponsored a donkey basket ball game and a play. The proceeds from
these events were used to pay part of the expense for the football equipment, which
the Student Council agreed to pay. The council paid for five school assemblies
which we have had this year.
The council held meetings every Tuesday and tried to improve the attitude of
Liihepuplls and the school spirit-
Composed of 25 members this year, the orchestra has been working on all new se-
lections which will be presented in a concert. The proceeds will be used to buy a
set of tympani. The orchestra has played for the sixth grade Minstrels, the Student
Council Play, and alternated with the band in playing for assembly programs.
FUTURE FARMERS CHAPTER
At mid year we are 22. The officers are: Harold Woodmansee Jr., ?res.5Carl
Brink, Vice, Erwin Sharp, Sec., David Rabenstein, Trees., William Simmons Jr.,
Reporter: Charles Bailor, Sentinel, and Mr. Chauncey, Advisor.
The members of the chapter are very proud that these officers have been able to
open all meetings with the official ceremony which they have committed to memory.
This is also the first year that a degree team has been developed, this requires
the officers to learn more ritual. '
School day meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month and
one evening meeting is held each month. Other evening activities include a basket-
ball league with 8 teams, county meetings and Joint meetings with other chapters.
This year the boys are especially pleased that Carl Brink is President of the
Three--County Association, as well as an empire farmer--the first in several years
at Newark Valley. ,
With assistance from the chapter, it was possible for Harold woodmansee, Floyd
Wade, William Simmons, Erwin Sharp, and Carl Brink to attend the National F.F.A.
Convention at Kansas City last fall.
The chapter has an investment of approximately S300 in farm equipment and hopes
to increase this investment this year.
Forty-six boys make up our l9b7-h8Rifle Club Most of the members have not
belonged before and had to take the prelininarycourse with the sighting bar and
general instructions. Due to the large number of members the club was divided
into four groups, each group shooting twice a month. Mondays and Thursdays are
the meeting days.
To date the members have shown a great deal of improvement.
We are affiliated with the N.R.A. again this year.
STUDENT STORE CLERKS
You'll find us every morning in the Student Store ready to sell you a pencil,
fountain pen, a stamp, or workbook. The Student Store has on hand a complete
stock of all school supplies as well as all the workbooks used in Grades A to 12.
In addition to clerking, we keep a daily cash record, make out requests for sup-
plies, inventory stock, and do all we can to make Newark Valley Central School
self-sufficient and keep the students well equipped with the supplies needed for
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CHAPTER
The Future Homemakers Chapter, founded June ll, l9h5, is a national organiza-
tion of pupils studying homemaking in the junior and senior high schools of the
United States and territories. The motto--learning to live better today in order
that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow--expresses the
purpose of the organization.
The Newark Valley Chapter Future Homemakers of America was organized in Sep-
tember l9L7 with twelve charter members: Ruby Armstrong, Norma Austin, Betty
Bowen, Charlotte ClarkiSec.J, Hattie-Hines, Sylvia HoldenCTreasJ, Beverly Jewett,
Joyce Kellam, Catherine Osovski, Myrna Partridge, Evelyn RoseKPres.J, Maria Spano,
and Minnie ThorntonkV. Pres.J. The group meets every Monday with the first and
third Monday's for business meetings, the other Mondays for social meetings.
Our Chapter mothers are Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Jewett.
We put on a banquet in December for the F.F.A.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUBS
This year there were five industrial arts clubs each of which met once a week.
Four clubs were composed of Jr. High students and each ran for a period of twenty
weeks. This arrangement enabled twice the number of Jr. High students to partici-
pate as heretofore. One club was composed of Sr. High students and ran for forty
This year, as since the war, the work was more or less concentrated in the field
of woodworking since there still is a shortage of sheet metals. However, some
machine shop, art metal,and jewelry work in plastics was done.
'Rah, rah, rah, rah, Valley team, rah'...The Pep Club was organized for the
purpose of choosing cheerleaders to represent the Junior Varsity and Varsity team
in our school athletics. After they were chosen, the cheer club members supported
the cheerleaders in the sale of football tickets and also by furnishing a large
part of the cheering section of each game.
The qualities of a good cheerleader were discussed at the meetings and also the
problems involved in the creation of school spirit! A bonfire pep rally was held T
the night preceeding Newark Valley's first football game in many years. Our aim
for this school year is to promote better school spirit in our athlet1c's achieve-
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D. Strope, R. Jackson, E.
Clark, E. Kobylarz, R.
Keane, L. Carroll,
R. Shaver, G. Belokur.
J. Lyke, A. Ardell, R.
VanGorder, J. Vanderpool,
R. Tappan, E. Shellhammen
C. Bailor, F. Mix, Mr.
Hoover, H. Woodmansee, L.
Oliver, D. Alexander,
G. Strope, C. Kasper, H.
Horton, D. Woodmansee,
M. Howe, R. Onofrio,
J. Okrepkie, N. Watkins.
R. VanGorder, J. Lyke,
R. Jackson, E. Eobylarz,
G. Belokur, L. Pastalan,
R. Onofrio, F. Mix,
D. Woodmansee, J. Niefer
. Horton, R. Keane, L. Pastalan,
, Shellhammer, L. Wesche,
. Kobylarz, R. Ballard, D. Wood-
mlsiee, H. Hutchinson, J. Allen, fllfafff A""m41.""'mfi
, iefer. ,,,
r. Goodfellow,N. Briggs, G. Strope, Y
. Rutan, G. Belokur, L. Chandler, W, . wYWA EWU
E. Kobylarz H. Horton D. Woodmansee
Jr. HIGH BASKETBALL
B. Rowe, G. Pollard, Mr, Sweetman,
2. Lewis, G. Johnson.
L. Bean, S. Mills, A. Stoughton,
V. Walker, S. Ayers, B. Hammond,
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
J. V. BASKETBALL
N. Watkins, C. Andersen,
Mr. Sweetman, C. Kasper,
R. Shaver, G. Darling,
D. Strope, E. Clark,
R. Russell, J. Okrepkie.
F. F. A. BASKETBALL
F. Wade, E. Sharp,
. Niles, C. Bailor.
Mr. Chauncey, D. Alex-
ander, L. English,
D. Walker, R. May,
N. V. Basketball Schedule
N. V. Opponent
22 Johnson City L8
39 North B 37
58 Candor 35
38 Elmira Heights A0
A2 Horseheads A7
7b Watkins Glen 37
LL Waverly Ll
50 Owego L6
37 Elmira Heights 57
36 North B L5
61 Horseheads 25
76 Watkins Glen L6
65 Candor 63
L7 Waverly L9
L9 Owego bl
LL Elmira Southside36
50 Elmira Heights 69
Oh! another basket. With Gene Kobylarz as captain of the team and help
from our other great players they had a sucessful year of winning 10 games out
of 17. Without Woodmansee's height as a great magnet we would not have had the
ball aiming at our basket so much of the time. All were pleased at Owego being
defeated twice this season by Newark Valley. If Koby hadn't recovered J1m's
cud of gum he lost on the floor the night of the Owego-Valley game we probably
would have been defeated.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Dear me, I missed again. The Junior Varsity had some very good players this
year that will make excellent varsity players next year to replace those leaving.
With a gain of 4 out of 14 games the Junior Varsity still did a good Job. If
only Normie had Charl1e's height he would have been able to just drop the ball
in the basket. Don't get discouraged, 'Practice makes perfect.u
This year Newark Valley had a football team. This ls the first year for
eleven man football here at Newark Valley and the boys worked hard and did a good
Euthuslasm ran high, with two teams reporting for practice each night. The
experience gained this year did much for our school spirit and certainly used
up considerable excess energy that might otherwise have been expended on 'Horse-
As far as coaching was concerned we figure we had about the best. Our
football supervisor was ncoachu Hoover and we appreciate his efforts toward our
NEWARK VALLEY GPPONENT
19 0 North High
O 13 Ithaca
25 6 Cortland
12 14 Auburn
13 O Binghamton
15 25 North
O 12 Owego
F. F. A. BASKETBALL
The F. F. A. basketball team has not been quite so peppy this year due to
lack of time and no place to practice.
We have played Endicott, Waverly, Owego, Vestal and Candor winning the last
two. We hope that we can do better next year.
Last year the baseball team enjoyed a very commendable season, winning 6
and losing 2 very close games to Candor and Owego. Behind the fine pitching
staff and the superb fielding of both infield and outfield, we were able to add
another trophy to our case.
As this year's season approaches, the outlook is very fine. Each position
should be filled by a veteran player, except for two out field positions and one
infield position. The Cardinals are not in a league rivalry between the competi-
tive teams. There is a bright outlook for the team, and each fan sh Qld be there
to cheer it on to victory.
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Main Street Newark Valley, N. Y.
Towing Phone 126 Service
General Repairs and Welding
Used Cars Bought and Sold
I Pennzoil Lubrication 4
For farm fresh fruit and produce
300 NORTH NANTICOKE AVE.
ENDICOTT, NEW YORK
Phone 2518 Free Delivery
THE MILLER PAPER CO. INC.
20h-208 EAST WILLOW ST. SYRACUSE 1, N. Y.
Fruits and Vegetables
156 Port Watson Street Cortland, New York
R. A. TAPPAN AND SONS
Farm Machinery APP3-18309 9
Phone 104 New York
SEELY'S FEED STORE JACK EDWARDS
RAYMOND G. WALKER Greeting Cards
N kVl1 for
ewar a ey NEWARK VALLEY All occasions
New york NEW YORK Stationery Gifts
31 Washington Avenue
Telsphone 120 EI1diCOtt, N. Y.
Milk Ice Cream
Phone 90 Box 120
Upon A Worth-While Achievement!
Graduation from High School is the completion
of a job well done .... ...not only for the knowledge
gained and put to use, but for the character training
as well. McLean's congratulates you upon this achieve-
ment, and extends best wishes for success through the
years to come.
M c L E A N ' S
Pieneers In The TRANSPURTATIUN Field Since 1875
The Best in Motor Trucks for Over Thirty-SIX Years
BRUCKWHY MUTUR CUMPHNY, INC.
Factory 81 General Office - - - Cortland, N. Y.
Branches 62 Dealers in Principal Cities
HOWIE'S TAXI SERVICE
60 North Avenue Owe80a N- Y-
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JAWS EICHFORD HARDWARE CONWATS
General Hardware CLUB
Owego, N. Y. Mf,g1ffsLIf3gps DINER
Visit our Accegggries
TEEN DEPARTMENT Phone 56'F'3 Owego New York
Richford, New York '
PAUL GEORGE JORDON
Local and Long-
Sayre Pa, CLARK'S SEED FARMS Distance Hauling
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can y mars oys Richford
New York il
Tires Appliances Speedsv le N. Y.
C. E. S M U L L E N
Machine Work Phone 213 Welding
Why worry about Reservations of Tickets anywhere?
WE CAN MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR
HOTEL : ENTERTAINMENT : SIGHT-SEEING
AIR : BUS : STEAMSHIP : TRAIN
for your next going away trip - - no reservation too small or too large
All your travel arrangements completed at once
CONSULT US l!
THOMPSON TRAVEL BUREAU
Charter Bus Service
621 Lackawanna Ave. Fort Durkee Hotel
Scranton, Pa. Wilkes - Barre, Pa.
Phone 2-7200 Phone 3-2156, 3-2157
STEPHENS 8 COMPANY INC.
Peter H. Keough, Representative
CENTRAL CITY BUSINESS INSTITUTE
Approved by the New York State Department of Education
FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 7, 1948
Syracuse 2, New York
William J. Veigel, Director
Cards Records Gifts
WELCH'S ON FRONT ST.
Owego N. Y
Ahwaga Hotel Bldg. , .
E. H. MILLER LUMBER COMPANY, INC.
162-176 North Ave., Owego, N. Y.
Lumber Coal M111-work Building Materials Planing M111
B R O C K W A Y B I N G H A M T O N C O.
275 Chenango Street
Binghamton, N. Y.
HOWLAND BROS. CO. INC.
Berkshire, New York
JAMES W. BAIRD
I Real Estate Insurance
NEWARK VALLEY, N. Y.
Sales-Parts-Service I N S U R A N C E
264 North Ave. N- Y- L3-F-2 5 Life Accident I
Owego, N, Y. Phone 550
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THE TIGGA TELEPHONE COMPANY, INC. ,
Sundial Shoe Store
For Good Food
a Quick Service
FOOTWEAR Groceries, Candies
For the uJoeusn Resturant Tobacco and Cigars
Entire Family Ch St
owego New York 213 enango ' Slaterville Springs
Binghamton' Phone 59-Y-5
PARTRIGE'S I. G. A.
KIES BOTTLING WORKS
Berkshire, N. Y.
Meals 6 Fountain Service
Proprietor, W. St John
Candor, New York
II Go Ao
Groceries Meats Produce
After the game, meet the
PETER D. GREGROW
Hardware, Soft Drinks
Ice Cream, Gas a Oil
Rienfora, New York Slwedsville
for a namourger New York
ANDY'S SERVICE STATION
Mobllgag Mobilubrlcation 140511011
Newark Valley Phone 221 New York
Local G. L. F. Services
NEWARK VALLEY COOPERATIVE G. L. F. SERVICES INC.
G. L. F. FARM STORE
IS-lihlilll-l ii! I1 1'
Eonoasws GARAGE Newark Valley
Oil, gas tires, tubes JAMES QUINN The one-Stop Store
Towing, auto aoessories- Home of Admiral
I Radios ang Appliances
Richford, N. Y. Phone 206
CROWLEWS MILK CO. INC.
Binghamton, N. Y.
PINE GROVE GROCERY
PATCHES OF BERKSHIRE
Lumber Mrs. Julia Lipe
Building Supplies HARRY D- WHITNEY Newark Valley
Fertilizers New York
Telephone Au-F-33 Phone 78-R
Always meat to please
Always pleased to meet
General Merchandise you
North Owego WOOD'S MARKET
Phone 110-Newark Valley
7 1 l u
REED S. SNAPP
HANSEN GROCERY x
MH. PEARSON Meats Baked Goods BERN FURNITURE, INC
General Merchandise POP Candy Owego, N. Y.
Speedsvllle Beverages Cortland, N. Y.
New York Slaterville Binghamton, N. Y.
Ame1ia's Beauty Shop
Zotos 8 Jamal Machineless
All Kinds of Beauty Work
Phone 123 for Appointment
COOK'S MILK M CREAM
Newark Valley, New York
TRUCK TIRE RECAPPING
PASSENGER TIRE RECAPPING
Auto-Lite Batteries Motorola Car Radio
Auto-Lite Spark Plugs Zenith Home Radio
Use Our Friendly Credit Plan
T. J. BYRNE SERVICE
107 Washington St. Binghamton, N. Y.
Phones 2-0138 - 2-25L8
E. D. BUSHNELL
Atlantic and Pacific
Service Station Tea Co.
Red 6 White Store
Newark Valley Newark VH1l6Y, New York
Gas and 011
24 Hour Wrecker Service
General Repairing On All Makes Of Cars
Newark Valley, New York
Newark Valley 20-F-6 Owego 889-M-l
Flemingville, N. Y. Open Evenings
V A L L E Y T A X I
Local And Out Of Town Calls
2 4 H o u r S e r v 1 c e
Phone 204 '
Newark Valley New York
M. 6 J. LOCKER PLANT
Phone 199 Lockers Now Available
FOWLER'S PIANO DEPARTMENT
Binghamton, N. Y.
Radios, Record Players,
Records, Musical Instruments
Congratulations to the Class of 1947
DRESS SANDALS CHILDREN'S SHOES .
Formerly Ripley Shoe Store
H. W. Chubb, Prop.
Owego, N. Y.
BANDLER, STILES Sc KEYES
Apparel for Men
Owego 19 Lake Street New York
REGISTERED HOLSTEIN CATTLE
EXCELLENT SHOW TYPE
BIG-ELM-FARM PAUL SMITH, PROP.
with best wishes from
Fuller Brush Dealer
MELVIN J. RUTAN
MR. R MRS. N. D. RICE
CASCADE PAPER COMPANY
nOn the Hoosac River'
Newark Valley Massachusetts
I Cweltonvlllel School Paper
e School Supplies
R. D. 2 New York
CONSTINE k WHITNEY
18h Robinson Street
Binghamton, N. Y.
H A M L I N ' S
RED CROSS DRUG STORES
J. A. GEERKEN
C. C. NOTEWARE Q SON
Dry Goods, Furniture
196-193 Front Street
Phone 115 Owego, N. Y.
SUNSHINE BISCUITS, INC.
Bakers of Krispy Crackers, H1-Ho's. HYdP0X,
Cheezlts and Many Other Quality Biscuits
HThe Thousand Window Bakeriesn
THE BURT COMPANY
Wasnington Avenue Endicott, N.
THE BENNER WHOLESALE COMPANY
309 Clara Street
Endicott, N. Y.
Distributors of White Ash, Panama Ribbon,
Izaak Walton Cigars, Q Daggett Chocolates.
Neil R. MacPherson
AHWAGA HOTEL Funeral Director GENUNG' 3
OWBSO, N- Y- New York
OWEGO MURRAY COMPANY
Front Street, Owego, N. Y.
V A U G H N
Hart, Schaffner R Marx
Botony WSOOW, and Curlee Clothes
Plumbing - Heating
A NAME You CAN TRUST
Endicott, N. Y
I Union District
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PITTSBURGH DETROIT PHILADELPHIA
E L K ' S
the Eskuire DODGE A L L E Y S
Sales and Service
Down in Union
Alexander Harvey 20 Church st-
Owego, N, Y,
Church St. Owego
RICHARDS FUNERAL HOMES
NEWARK VALLEY, N. Y. OWEGO, N. Y.
L Y N N ' S D R U G S T 0 R E
We sincerely appreciate your patronage.
Your School Annual was bound by
14. Wfallon Z San
Book 3 Pamphlet Binders, Paper Rulers, Gold Stamping
312 SOUTH FRANKLIN STREET SYRACUSE, NEW YORK
CLASS OF l948
THE AMERICAN LEGION
Newark Valley New York
TO THE CLASS
INVESTMENT IN YOURSELF
IS TH MOST IMPORTANT
INVESTMENT YOU CAN MAKE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Clyde Turk Margaret Hbwland
Cashier Asst. Cashier
Over the Bank Telephone 210
Newark Valley, N. Y.
Candid Wedding Photos
FILM Black and White Color
Cameras Still and Movie
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