Nichols High School - Comet Yearbook (Nichols, NY)

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Each of the many dif- ferent markings on the medieval knight's armor held a special significance, and we may likewise imagine that the various phases of our school life are represented by the insignia upon this shield. The base for the coat of arms, the shield upon which it was engraved, was the main source of protection for its wearer, helping to bring him through many keen encounters, and also forming a background for the iden- tifying devices of each individual coat of arms. This - the 'escutcheon' as it is called - is comparable to the administrative department of the school,s group which not only serve the student body as benevolent guides but also provide a semi-permanent base upon which all of our school life rests. Across the middle of the escutcheon runs the 'fesse' - a wide metal band, superimposed upon the shield for added strength. Through the extra- curricular activities in which we participate, the friendships we make in - high school become stronger, and our school days become more meaningful. Thus, the fesse upon the Nichols coat of arms may be considered a symbol of the Nichols High School program of activities. The 'charges' make up a third, and most essential part of the coat of arms: without them, the design would be meaningless. Just eo, there could be no school without students, and so we think of the students,grouped in their respective classes, as the charges of our Nichols High School coat of arms. As the charge, the head of a lion - always the figure of cour- age and nobility -appears three times, indicating a high degree of excel- lence, similar to that for which students of Nichols have always striven. I Finally, seated regslly above the shield, the majestic lion, the crest' of the Nichols coat of arms, is again engraved. The crest was the final touch upon the medieval coat of arms, adding a further stamp of ln- dividuality, the culmination of the design. We, the class of 1948, owe much to the support of our administration - symbolized by the escutcheong we have benefited from the activities we engaged in - for which the sym- bol is the fesse, and, having passed through twelve years in Nichols High School, - represented by the charges - we may logically claim the posi- tion comparable to the crest over the coat of arms. As seniors, we in large measure what our school, in all its aspects, has made usg we all hope ever to be worthy to be thought of as a crest - the culmination of the Nichols High School educational coat of arms. 47714 LEON TYRELL The name Leon Tyrrell will always be held in affectionate esteem by the class of 1948. An important figure in our community, Mr. Tyrrell was always willing to serve upon the school board, and did so for many years. Until his death on Octo- ber 18, 1948, he rendered time and service to the ends which he believed to be for the best interests of the students. As a class we had many contacts with Mr. Tyrrell, in which his cooperation, kindness, and generosity augmented our success and happiness. The feeling which we held for Mr. Tyrrell and know he held for ue is our tribute to him: he was our friend. 2 "mam f 5 ,fi " r - ' I .9 , I :fuk J ,a i W E! IIA 1 , 153-?'M'gh, -. gy ,- .. ue 3 T' -.- ------ "" !LZgyl:-1 V, 3f ? 'L3gw:v1vf5f: F 2514 ., W f' 1' '4',. 3 .,. T. 4 5- fw I, 24 'w 4 . i u :Q - Ex :' L- ' A ", 4 17' lv I 'rbgk In if... Q I' 92. y. .f,...,,t' RQ 5: Z' ezzl flfp 1'f . Ni' : Q ws, - " ' 3-Ky ' 5' I ' ' . rf f 1 . , 1 W, . mm' gawwlg af Zclacafcha Howard Buck, Alton Taylor, Lawrence Deming, Raymond Corbin, Howard Sawyer Absent: Glen Morton, Leon Whitcomb, Burton J. Cotton We, the students of Nichols High School, are happy to have this opportunity to express to the members of the Board of Education our gratitude for the many ed- ucational opportunities with which they have always provided us. Their constant interest in our welfare and their never failing willingness to help us in any way they can mean a great deal to all the students in Nichols. 4 7Mffv Miss Margot, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Quick, Mr. Riegel HPS- Bixby. Hr. Dean. Mies Hale, Mrs- Healy M1senmnue11,u1.e storm, ur. wanerman, ure.w11moz MILDRED F. BIXBY ELIZABETH A. MARGOT EMILY V. RUSSELL Grade l English, Physical Education B. S. Education Fredonia Normal School State Teachers College, Buffalo Nichols, N. Y. ARTHUR R. DEAN Agriculture, Physical Education A. B. University of Pennsylvania Nichole, N. Y. FLORENCE HAIG Science, Mathematics B. A. Barnard College M. A. New York University Elmira, N. Y. ETTA H. HEALY Grades 5,6 Life Certificate, Potsdam Teachers College Summer School, Potsdam Johnstown, N.Y. Lula C. Morton School Nurse B. A. New York State College for Teachers Bethpage , N. Y. KATHARYN W. MORGAN English Life Certificate Owegc Training School Nichols, . Y. BEVERLY M. QUICK Music, Art B. S. Ithaca College Nichols, N. Y. DWIGHT L. RIEGEL Supervising Principal B. S. University of Rochester Nichols, N. Y. 5 Grades 3,4 Mansfield Normal School Nichols, N. Y. JOY M. STORM Commercial, Spanish B. A. Maryvood College Moscow, Pa. KENNETH O. WATERMAN Social Studies B. A. Hobart A. Columbia University Nichols, N. Y. g M. FREDA S. WILMOT Grades 2,3 Mansfield Normal School Nichols, N.Y. R. N. Rocky Mountain Sanitarlum North Carolina Nichols, N. Y. ,Flaw Hr, 319891, Pringipal Richard Corbin, Senior Class President To the Class of 1948: You are approaching high school graduation. It has been aptly called com- mencement. It is matriculation in the practical school of everyday life in which 'one's fellow men are teachersg everyday circumstance is a book, and examinations are cont1nuous.' Your future may be in business, lndustry, agriculture, marriage, or more edu- cation. Whatever you do, I am confident that success will mark your expectancy and effort. You and the other youth of America are the strength of tomorrow. In these days of unrest when democracy and its way of life are being challenged, I have faith that each of you will give his own best self for the preservation of our social, political, and religious liberties. I am grateful for the opportunity of having been associated with you in the classroom and in the administration of our school. I shall always remember your frankness, friendly aggressiveness, enthusiasm, and much helpfulness. Scholastic- ally and in every other way, you have done well, and I am proud of you and your achievements. 'May each sunrise bring you renewed courage and brighter hopes, each sunset a sense of accomplishment, and the night an abundance of rest and peace. May each cloud show its silver lining, every difficult accomplishment teach you wisdom, and every sorrow be turned to abounding happ1ness.' 'Prof.' ? 5014! STAFF: STAFF: NANCY RIEGEL Editor in chief BETTY BAILEY ELIZABETH QUICK Business manager Assistant editor GLEN ELLIS RICH-AP-D CORBIN Ass't. bus. mgr. Advertising manager CAROLYN BEAN JOANNE CHAFF' E Literary editor Aee't. adv't. mgr. DEXTER CHAFFEE ARL-ENE THETGA Business staff Photography editor ALDEN TRIBE FRANC BI BY Business staff Business staff Seated: Carolyn Bean, Joanne Chaffee, Richard Corbin, Nancy Riegel, Liz Quick Standing: Miss Margot, advisor, Betty Bailey, Glen Ellis, Arlene Thetga The members of the COMET staff are proud to present this yearbook, the second since 1942. We hope that in future years it will bring back many pleasant memories. pam 6 M Seated: 'C. Bennett, D. Chaffee, B. Bailey, R. Corbin, N. Riegel, C. Cornell Standing: G. Ellis, L. Quick, F. Bixby, M. Donaldson, C. Bean, D. Preshur In the fall, many enthusiastic writers signed up for Press Club. An editor - Betty Bailey, an assistant editor - Nancy Riegel, and a managing editor - Dexter Chaffee, were elected. Our goal has been the regular publication of the 'N1cholson1an,' our newspaper covering all school activities. 8 I Seated: H. Barnum, E. Quick, A. Thetga, C. Bean, A. Tribe Standing: P. Stone, E. Ball, C. Cornell, C. Bennett, D. Cotton, B. Bennett A. Miller, A. Padgett, C. Burgess, D. Preshur, Mr. Waterman,Adv1sor Student Council is composed of two representatives from each class, and one from each club,to help with student government. The officers are: Arlene Thetga-president, Carolyn Bean-vice president, Liz Quick-secretary, Herb Barnum-treasurer, Connie Ben- nett-news reporter, and David Preshur-school chaplain. Mr. Waterman is our advisor. Nichols is a member of the Tri-County Student Counc1l.Its representatives for this year are: Arlene Thetga,who is vice president of Tri-County,Alden Tr1be,Carolyn Bean, and Liz Quick. The object of this organization is to create a better relationship a- mong the students of different schools. We have Joined in inter-school ping-pong and shuffleboard tournaments, one-act play programs, and music assemblies to further this aim, and Nichols has proved successful in all of these activities. Student Council, with the aid of local talent and Mrs. Qu1ck,presented a very suc- cessful talent show. The Administrative Committee, which is new this year, consists of four representatives to meet with Mr. Riegel and act as go-between for the faculty and pupils. We adopted a new budget plan, which worked very well this year.It is our hope that future classes will be able to earn most of their money in the early years of high school, thus keeping the burden of money-making from their senior year. S fp After school on Mondays the Scho- larship Club met in Miss Hsig's room, for discussions to give those who were planning to take scholarship exams a wider knowledge of such subJects as art, music, science, and English. Standing: N. Riegel, R. Corbin, F. Bixby Seated: B. Bailey, M. Moore, Miss Haig, advisor, A. Tribe, D. Prsshur. 9 U 0 dw Seated: C. Bennett, E. Quick, H. Barnum, P. Mills, A. Baldwin, C. Cornell. Standing: P. M1ller,P. Stone,B. Bennett,S. Hansen, J. Clark, M. Donaldson, G. Park, N. Churchill, D. Howard, Mies Storm, advisor. After several weeks of school we the Spanish students organiz d S ni h C1 b This, with lies Storm as our able sponsor,soon became one of the most impggtagt clubs in the school. At Christmas time we had a party. The main event of the party was a play, La Mujer Gana'. Several weeks later we put on an assembly in school. Up to this time we have had a very successful year, and we know it will continue to be so. Zafme? The ten members of the F. F. A. under the leadership of Donald Cotton,presldent, and lr. Dean, advisor, have had a satis- factory year. We put on a very successful variety program as a school assembly. Some of the features were: barrel boxing, car- ried on by the Engelbert twinsg hog tying contest, chinese ping pong, and a colorful male beauty contest. There were two plays: 'Russian Draman and NThe Saga of Little Nell,' which brightened up our program. In Harch,the Nichols F.F.A. will be initiated into the Future Farmers by the Waverly F. .A. Seated: Standing: Catlin, Berry, Moore, Ellie, J. Bixby, D. Cotton, K. Kinney E. Ball, R. Berry, C. Cornell ' 2 This fall, under the auspices of the class of '48, a mystery-comedy, 'The Haunted Castle,' was presented before an enthralled group of spectators. The seniors proved veritable troupers, especially Arlene CKather1ne Cornell! Thetga and Richard fJohn Bar- rymore! Corbin! Not only a theatrical success, but financially sound as well, the sen- ior play will long be remembered by its hard-working cast, and director, Miss Margot. CAST ' Tommy Barksdale, NHis Excellency' ---------------- ------ Dexter Chaffee Johnny Nolan, Tommy's best friend ------------- ---------- David Preshur Aunt Martha, Tommy's aunt ---------------------- L --------- Nancy Riegel Fritz Von Bismarkus, the Baron of Bavaria ----------------- Alden Tribe Eloisa, his 'daughteru ------------------------------------ Bette Boyle Patricia. her Nslave' ----------------------------------- Arlene Thetga Manfred, the Earl of Saxonburg ------------------------- Richard Corbin The Duchess, owner of the castle ------------------------- Betty Bailey Melissa, her servant -------------------------------- Priscilla Goodwin Rinaldo, Tommy's bodyguard --------------------------------- Emory Ball Miss Lake, the reporter ----------------------------- Beverly Ostrander The Peasant, Johnny's slave -------------------------------- Glen Ellis fClass of 19499 Stage Manager --------------------------------------------- Franc Bixby Tickets -------- ----- -------------------------------- ------Rita Barlow Phyllis Merrill Standing: E. Ball, g p N.Riegel, D.Chaffee, "T A. Thetga, A. Tribe, D. Preshur. Standing: A. Tribe, E. Ball, A. Thetga, B, Boyle, D.Chaffee. Seated: D. Preshur, Seated: B. Bailey, Glen El11B- B. Boyle, R. Corbin. P. Goodwin, B. Ostrander, B. Bailey ll Zami Back! Peggy Terrell, Beverly Ostrander,Carolyn Bean, Arlene Thetga, Franc Bixby, Betty Bailey, Priscilla Goodwin, Joanne Chaffee, Charlotte Brown, Patricia Mills. Front: Edward Miller, Robert Corbin, Gaylord Park,R1chard Corbin, David Preshur Robert Goble,Dav1d Gray, Albert Engelbert. 1 ' Absent: Lynn Bixby, Edward Engelbert. The High School Band participated in the Tioga County Musical Festival in April. They played the march, 'Vanguard,' and an overture called 'Aurora.' At the Spring Concert the band gave its grand finale for the year. SENIOR QUARTET This group, made up of Betty Bailey, Liz Qu1ck,Nancy R1egel,and Arlene Thetga, supervised by Mrs. Quick, has taken part in several assembly programs, and also helped to make the Exchange Assemblies successful. One of their final perfor- mances was at the Spring Concert. JUNIOR QUARTET A Junior Quartet was formed this year by four freshman girls: Barbara Bennett, Joyce Berry,Ruth Berry,and Patricia Mille. The girls are well known to the students, for their specialty number, 'The Big Brown Bear,' which they do with motions. Between acts of the Senior Play, the girls enter- tained the audience, and they have taken part in student and exchange assemblies, and the Spring Concert. MALE QUARTET A new group, including Herb Barnum, Ed Engelbert, Wayne Horton, and Paul Stone. form the male quartet. They have provided much entertainment for the students.At the Talent Show, Exchange Assemblies, and be' tween acts at the Junior Play, these boYB added many moments of enjoyment. COHSPHW' lations to this group for their fine spi- rit and cooperation. Harold Barnum, Joyce Berry, Patricia Mills Elizabeth Qu1ck,Arlene Thetge,Betty Bailey Nancy Rlegel, Ruth Berry, Barbara Bennett, Paul Stone. Absent: Wayne Horton, Edward Engelbert e 654411 I First: R.Berry D,Kuh1mann M.B 1 B B , , ar ow, . ennett,I.Bennett,V.O1mstead,J.Berry,P.Rought,C,Corne11 Second: S.Hansen, M.Cheely, M,Moore, A.Thetga, P.M11ls, B.0strandsr, C.Bennett, B.Boyle, P.L1senby. Third: P.Merril1, R.Barlow, P.Gocdw1n, L.Quick, N.R1ege1, A.Baldw1n, M,Donaldson, D.Baldw1n, J.W11l1ams, B.Ba11ey, J.Chaffee, Mrs. Qu1ck,adv1scr The two most outstanding productions of the Senior Glee Club were the Spring Concert and an operetta. We sang 'The Night Has A Thousand Eyes,' 'Crawdad Song,' 'Let There Be Song,' and several others. The operetta, s hillbilly musical comedy called 'Kentucky Sue,' was the first that the high school has ever put on. To the All-State Music Festival, the Glee Club sent Arlene Thetgs as a representative. 0 gA.S M,Kr f C,B E.Olmstead J.Dutton S.L1senby J.BenBl9Y J-Horton M-King Eggs? N.Txggfn.niilfef-,A.5Zg2::i,s.clark,cfR1nker,PfHarm-n,0.'f'yre11.C.B150wn.B-Mofril.P-Smith f 1 J ni r Glee Club anis year. They helped immensely by Zingixg gzdaghgsgg Zggigis :H gge Exchange Assemblies. Among our favorite num bers were: 'The Amer1can's Creed,' and 'The Bells of St. Hary's.' 15 V A R S I T Y Donald Cotton,manager3 Calvin Cornell, James Bixby, Edward Dimock, Harold Barnum Alden Tribe, David Preshur, Coach Dean. The squad put on the floor by Coach Dean for the '47-'48 basketball season was a vast improvement over the one which played the previous year, but circum- stances occurred which placed Nichols in much stiffer competition than encoun- tered during '46-'47,The appearance of Barnum on the Varsity as well as the im- proved playing of Bixby under the backboards combined to make for a team which at times played an excellent brand of bal1.0ur main fault lay in lack of height made up in part by an undaunted show of spirit. In the latter part of the sea- son Nichols triumphed over VanEtten in a close,we1l-fought game,3l-29.Prospects for next year are good,since most of this year's players are return1ng,allow1ng Coach Dean to put out a seasoned team. J U N I O R V A R S I T Y J U N I O R H I G H Zcwdeffall Donald Cotton managerg Gordon Horton, Gerald Catl1n,Glen Ellls,Kennsth Kinney Paul Stone, Patrick Miller, Coach Dean. The J. V. showed a surprising amount of determination this year, winning a fair number of their games, and comlng close to winning even more. Their abi- lity bodes well for advancement to the vsrs1zy. Albert Engelbert,Tracy Van Vle1t,R0b9Pt Corbin, Coach Dean,Ralph Carr1er,Welton Brown, Absent: Edward Engelbert The Junior High has an excellent re- cord for the season, having won all but one of their gales. These Pint'31l0d players please the crowd with their dexterous ease at ballhandling, DOI! of them showing the skill of veterans. ka! This year's cheerleading squad can rightfully be called one of the beet Nichols has had in recent years.The1r pep and sportsmanship helped keep the fellows' morale up. Arlene Thetga and Elizabeth Qu1ck,co-oaptalne,encourag- ed many other girls to try out. Connie Bennett leader of the J.V cheerleaders,has instructed them wal They have shown thei1'worth cheerlead- ing for the J.V. Connie is also de- veloping an excellent Jr. High squad Junior H1gh:A. Mil1er,P.Sm1th,B. Morris A.Stone,C.Brown Junior Varsity: I. Bennett M Barlow B Bennett P Mille Varsity: C. Bennett, M Moore A Thetga E Quick F Bixby Endo!! X Front: C. Cornell, K. Kinney H Barnum, P Miller E Ball Back: G. Park, J. Bixby G Horton Mr Dean coach, E Dimmock, G. Ellis G Catlin J Cotton Manager P Stone. Y Jack Taylor, our janitor, has been a friend to all the students and to all the members of the faculty, and has been very cooperative in making our school proJects successful. Harvey Doane Fl d W1 Georgianna Wllliagz, Beitigzgi Absent: Al Bennett B U S D R I V E R s Classes - ' gm S First: Glen Ketcham,Sargent Butterf1eld,W111iam M11ler,John Anderson, William Baldwin, Richard N1ohols,W111iam Krapf,Spencer Br1gge,R1chard Arno1d,James Dutton,Theodore Burke Second: Sharon Ke11y,MaryAnn Jonee,Sa1va Vargason,Lu1u Belle Layer,Jan1ce Tob1n,Barbara Rogere,MaryLou Nye,Harr1et Sherman,Jean Schwab,Rosemary Merr1l1,Deann Thurber,Carol Mahood Front: Gary E1ton,John Taylor,Alv1n Dodge,3tephen Gray,Robert Barnhart,Ralph Ba1l,Joseph Taylor, Donald Hanford, Richard Stone. Second: Sally Rogers,Joann Sutf1n,Mary Louise Goble Carol Goble,Rose Cat11n,Carolyn Smith, Jane Bensley. Third! Sandra P0I'I'Y,V1PS1l'1iH 5850001509-P01 3V99t.Glenda Tob1n,Mar1en Frledr-1cksen,Barbara Burke,Dorthy Cat11n,Sandra McCoy,Kathr1ne W1swe11,Do1ores Smith. Absent: Frances Dolinick, Mary Ann Taylor 18 e ' WW First: Ruth Sherman,Sh1r1ey Tay1or,Iva Padgett,Mar11yn Camp,Lo1s Vargaeon,Sandra Saxon, Victoria Deretz. second: Richard Moore,John Bens1ey,John Stone,Ear1e Heyman,Andrew Krapf,Henry Hother,Frank Olmstead, George Olmstead, Duane Barnhart. M 7441422 First: Patrick Divers,Jay Dutton,W1111am BurEess,G1enn McCoy,V1ncent Do11nick,Harry Babcock, Fred Gregory, Norman Horton, Robert oto. Second: Janice Sykora,Sy1v1a Del1ng,Ruth Hansen,Lynda Tob1n,Betty Gob1e,Chsr1otto W11l1ams,L1nno1ee Carr1er,Donna Berry,Nancy Kee1er,Isabe1 Burgess. Absent: Yvonne Goble, Connie Dutton 19 MQW Back: Roger Olmetead, William Rogers, Paul Bush, Paul Camp, Thomas Donaldson, James Terrell, Lloyd Berry, Pete Olmeteed, Robert Deming. Front: Carol Cheely, Beverly Lleenby, Lole Berry, Doris Carrier, Helen Friederichson, Shirley Layer, Lynn Bixby. Absent:Jan1ce Dutton, Jean Moore, Elaine Thurber, Carol Bradley. azz!! Back: Robert Berry, Raymond Honnick, Edward Miller, James Taylor, LeRoy Vargaaon, Paul Ketchem, Leland Howe, Jr., Myrle Berry, David Gray, Robert Goble. Front: Dawn Waterman,V1rg1n1a Note, MaryAnn Eyr1ch,Patr1c1a Hayman, Beverly Layer, Joyce Reevee,Peggy Terrell, Elaine Goble, Pauline Bush,Ethel Vargaeon, Ann Hanford Absent: John Weaver 20 I seated: Mrs. Morgan, Marie King, Alice Padgett, Phyllis Horton, Elaine Barnhart, Susan Clark, Onalee Tyrrell, Norma Twigg, Etta Olmstead Standing: Joan Horton, Carmen Burgess, Welton Brown, Charles Bur ess Har ld B 1 g , o a 1, Donald Marsh, Random Noto, Martin Kuhlmann Ada Jean Dutton, Marguerite Krapf Absent: Nancy Bradley Early ln the year, the seventh grade elected the following officers, president, Norma Twlggg vice-president, Carmen Burgess, secretary, Susan Clark, treasurer Elaine Barnhart. Alice Padgett and Charles Burgess represent the class on the Student Council, while Jean Dutton and Marie King are news reporters. During the year, we were sorry to lose three of our twenty-one members, Myrtle Flnkenbinder, Ellen Keener who moved to Owego after her home burned and Ronald Bleller who temporarily moved to Smlthboro. The most im ort t p an activities which our class has engaged in areg putting on the Christmas assembly along with the eighth grade, and magazine selling contest. N y .s,,,-, Seated: Shirley Lisenby, Beverly Morris, Ann Miller, Maxine Carrier, Cora Rlnker, Charlotte Brown, Patricia Smith, Carolyn Jean Bensley, Ann Stone Standing! Robert Corbin, Charles Cheely Tracy Van Vleet, Ralph Carrier, Franklyn Dutton, James Honnlck George Camp, Albert Engelbert, Mrs. Morgan Absent: Charles Babcock, Edward Engelbert, Vivian Weaver The eighth grade started out with a bang this year, and it looks as though we will end that way, too! To begin the year, we elected officers, who are: presi- dent-Beverly Morris, vice president-Albert Engelbert, secretary-Charlotte Brown, treasurer-Cora Rlnker, Student Council members-Edward Engelbert and Ann Miller, and newspaper reporters-Anna Stone and Shirley Llsenby. Thinking we needed a lit- tle nest egg we planned a tag day and bazaar at Christmas time, not knowing we already had f2l.90! On the magazine drive we were the highest class in N. H. S. which shows what go-getters we are! A 21 7 Front: Paul Stone, Gordon Horton Haroli Barnum A da ylord Park Edward Dimock, David Howard, Norman Churchill, Pat Miller: Back: Ming Barlow, Cargl Cornell, Joyce Berry, Vivian Olmstead, Barbara Bennett, Amy Baldwin Patricia ills, rene ennett, Pearl Hought, Ruth Berry, Dorothea Kuhlmann, Geraldine Bowmgn Absent: Wayne Horton We green freshmen were welcomed into high school by the upper classmen with a rip-roaring initiation, including an assembly where all the freshmen took part in doing stunts under the supervision of the seniors, during the rest of the day we dressed comically and acted as servants to the seniors. We freshmen then had a Hallowe'en Tag Day as a money making project. We also took part ln the school ma- gazine drive. Finally, the freshmen intend to sell refreshments at home baseball games. This should be our biggest money making project of the year. We have had a successful year under our officers: president, Patty Milleg vice-pres1dent,Patr1ck Hiller, secretary, Barbara Bennett, treasurer, Norman Churchillg Student Council representatives, Paul Stone and Harold Barnum. 22 Sa F? 3' Front: Priscilla Lisenby, Joanne Williams, Elinor Nye, Lucille Nye Back: William Moore, Gerald Catlin, Calvin Cornell,Raymond Berry, James Bixby, John Berry, Donald Cotton, Kenneth Kinney. The Sophomores began their year with the election of the following officers: Kenneth Kinney, preeidentg Raymond Berry, vice preeldentg Joanne Williams, secretary Bill Moore, treasurer, Donald Cotton and Calvin Cornell, Student Council represent- atives, and Joanne Williams, class reporter. We have had a good year, with our cap- able advisor, Miss Storm. Throughout the year our class has staged many money making activities to raise enough money for our class r1ngs,our first being a Sophomore tag day held at Thanks- giving time. After this we sold manlcuree, shoeshines, and candy. Later a magazine dr1ve,and of course the Sophomore Hop,were put on. Even though some of these activ- ities were not too successful we are hoping we will obtain enough money to buy our class rings. 25 2 x sis H T' Front: Connie Bennett, Glen Ellis, Shirley Hansen, Carolyn Bean Back: Joanne Chaffee, Liz Quick, James Clark, Madeline Donaldson, Doris Baldwin Absent: Patricia Bradley The NB1g Tenn of the Junior Class have been rushing around trying to reach our goal in money making as well as hitting an all-time high in our studies. The Junior Prom and the class play, nThe Campbells Are Com1ng,W have been our main activities, with card selling taking up any extra time we had. Our officers were: President, Joanne Chaffee, Vice-president, Glen Ellis, Secretary, Shirley Hansen, Treasurer, Madeline Donaldson. After making a success of this year we expect to make a model senior class next year and make up in Quality what we lack in quantity. 24 Senzlffs fy! F .5325 W '5' .. .8 '6' '5' .8 'A' a Owtmlw 74: f4764mgc6a1!6aa a .Zane We, the class of 1948, wish to express our appreciation to Mrs. Quick. As our class advisor, during our four years in high schoo1,she shared in all our work and all our fun on such activities as our Sophomore Hop,the Junior Prom,the Mardi Gras, and the senior trip. So to Mrs. Qu1ck,for her ever-ready adv1ee,g'uidance,and help, the seniors say s sincere "thank you." 29 - LQAe4 Dexter Chaffee Baseball 2,3,4 Basketball 5,4 Basketball ALL-STAR 3 Clase Sec. 1,2 ' f1iLWV Beverly J. Ostrander Band l,2,5,4 Class Vice-Pres. 2 Dance Band l,2, French Club 5 Franc J. Bixby All-State Band 5 Band l,2,3,4 Basketball 5,4 Cheerleading 3,4 Glee Club 1,2,5,4 COMET 4 615886355394 1'2'5 Intramurals 1,2,5,4 Dramatic Club 5 Intramurals l,2,5,4 , Nicholsonian 4 , Intramurals 4 Latin Club 3 The Haunted Castle 4 Library Club 3 Nlcholsonian 5,4 N10h01S0H18n 4 'The Campbells Are Coming' 4 P138 Pong 4 'The Haunted Castle' 4 50h01BP5h1P lub 4 Emory R. Ball Baseball 5,4 Transferred from Waverly High 1 Clase Vice-Pres. 4 Claes Sec. 5 F.F.A. Pres. l,2,3,4 French Club 3 Intramurals l,2,5,4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Student Council 4 'Jun1or's Muetache' 1 'The Haunted Castle ' 4 'The Haunted Castle' 4 27 Betty V. Boyle 45412212 z5Qaci?v izkhaeef 12d119aoU5 Elizabeth M. Bailey Nancy L. Riegel David L. Preshur All-Stat? Chorus 5 Transferred from Forestville 5 Administrative Committee 4 Band ,2 5 4 Basketball l 2 3 4 Band 5 4 Class Pres: 2 class Pres.,Z5, aasebali 2 COMET 4 Class Sec. 4 Basketball l,5,4 Dramatic Club 2,5 COMET 4 Class Treas. 4 Glee Club l,2,3,4 Dramatic Club 3 High School Chaplain 4 Nicholsonlan 4 Glas Club l,2,5,4 Ingramuialsil,2i5,4 Quartette 4 Intramurals 1 2 4 icho son an Sextette 5 Library Club'5' Student Council 4 Scholarshgp Club 3 N1cholsgn1an25a4 'TheTgamg2ellsdAEe Coming' 4 Student ouncll Ping ong e un e as e 'The Haumaea Castle' 4 Quartette Z Volleyball 3,4 Scholastic Honor Student Scholarship Club 4 Basketball ALL-BTAR 4 'The Haunted Castle' 4 Scholastic Honor Student Priscilla A. Goodwin QP- Band 2,5,4 Transferred from Rome 5 Glee Club l,2,3,4 French Club 5 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Glee Club l,2,5,4 WThe Haunted Castle' 4 Intramurals 5 28 Phyllis Merrill ,WE area? Richard Corbin Alden C- Tribe Arlene M. Thetga NA Double Affair' 2 'A Double Affair' 2 A11-snare Chorus 5,4 All-State Band 5 Band 1,2,5 Band 4 Assembly Committee 2 B8SKetb81l 2.5,4 Cheerleading 2,5,4 Ath1er1c Ass'n see.-Trees. Q Dlnve Band 1.2. COMET 4 Band 1,2,5,4 Football Manager 2 Dramatic Club 3 Bagketball Manager 2 French Club 5 Glee Club l,2,5,4 Clase Pres. 4 nIntr8m?T919 1,2,5a4 Nicholeonian 4 COMET 5,4 Junior e Mustache 1 pres. S- C. 4 Dance Band 1,2' Student Cogncil Pres. 5 Quartette 4 Dramatic Club 2,5 ngtudgnt 035311 iff 4 Sec. Student Council 2 Latin Club 5 T C he gunge get eil 5 4 Sextette 2,5 Nicholeonlan 1,2,s,4 ri- Ounsylltubegg SOHHC f Student Council 1,2,s,4 Student Council 2 0 e5'Ha St dent 'The Haunted Castle' 4 Scholarship Club 4 N Scholastic onor u Tri-County Student Council 5,4 "The Campbells Are Coming 4 Vice-Pres. S. C. 5 'The Haunted Castle' 4 ,pq W A ..-gf f Rita E. Barlow Mildred Cheely Glee Club l,2,5,4 Transferred from Textile High 2 Intramurals l,2,5,4 Cheerleader 5 Nicholsonian 4 Basketball 5 29 Glee Club l,2,5,4 65444 7042! We, the Senior Class of Nichols High School, of the town of Nichols, county of Tioga, State of New York, being certified by our teachers and principal as of sound mind and bcdy, do hereby establish this as our last will and testament. Betty Bailey leaves her ability to say the right thing at the wrong time to Pat- ricia Mills. Emory Ball leaves his smallest farm to Jim Clark. Rita Barlow leaves her worry about becoming bald to Carolyn Bean. Franc Bixby leaves her ability to study to her brother, Jim. Bette Boyle leaves her sense of humor to Doris Baldwin. I Dexter Chaffee leaves his ability to get in and out of trouble to Calvin Cornell. Mildred Cheely leaves the rock in her hand bag to Mina Barlow. , Richard Corbin leaves his never falling tact to next year's Senior Class President. Priscilla Goodwin leaves her endless chatter to Geraldine Bowman. Beverly Ostrander leaves her ability to lose weight to Liz Quick. Phyllis Merrill leaves her quietness to Connie Bennett and Joanne Chaffee. filll it do any good?J David Preshur leaves his position as class cut-up to John Berry. Nancy Riegel leaves her father with no relatives in school. Arlene Thetga leaves her ability to ask questions to Joanne Williams. Alden Tribe leaves his absentmindedness to Priscilla Lisenby. The class leaves to Mrs. Quick the hope that the next class she advises will not be such a trial. The class leaves the faculty in peace and quiet. IN WITNESS WHEREOF: We hereunto set our hands and seal this thirtieth day of June in the Year of Our Lord, 1948. witnessed By: 40,21 JQKWJ WWMW 50 On the first day of September, 1944, Nichols High School saw an intrepid group, formerly delegated to the lower grades, but on this day promoted to high school. Their appearance caused no furor, no revolution, as some had feared. Miss Miller was chosen to be our class advisor in the hope that one cool head in our midst might give us a more dignified atmosphere. The freshmen lived up to their name that year, raising hob with their teachers and the upper classmen. There was nothing snobblsh about the Club Future'48. We pestered anybody, any- where. The seventeen member club became an eighteen member club in January, when Betty Boyle, a sprightly little 'chick' from Waverly, Joined us, but our number :ag reduced again later when Jim Culver left us for the more serious duties of e. . As the sophomore year opened for us, we realized that one year of our club life was gone,and set about to make the remaining years as congenial as possible. Consequently we organized numerous parties, all successful. In the spring of'46 our thoughts turned not only toward love but also to the Sophomore Hop, the first ever. This was a great financial success as well as the source of a gooi deal of fun. We were encouraged enough to order class rings. During the y ar Velma Morgan left our midst to get married and Phyllis Deming transferred to Elmira. The next fall saw us Juniors, much to the disgust of the seniors. We found ourselves minus the memberships of Jean Keene and Jean English, but we also had gained three new members---Phyllis Merrill from Rome, Pennsylvania: Nancy Riegel from Forestvilleg and Mildred Cheely from New York City. We gloried in the shiny new rings glistening on our fingers. At this time we came to the amazing conclus- ion that money is a very necessary commodity, even in such a convivial organiza- tion as ours.Therefore we took out our union cards and went to work. Paper drives Junior Prom, card parties ---- all were entered upon with enthusiasm and we emerged with plenty of profits. However, we did not lose sight of our main goal ----- to have fun. Parties were held, and class spirit was maintained. This last autumn, the Club Future'48 changed its name to Club'48. Yes, we were finally seniors!! But this brought with it disadvantages as well as advant- ages. A goal of S800 for the year was set up and it was actually obtained by the active participation of every one in the class. In the fall Corinne Bowen left us to be married, and Milly Cheely decided to try New York City for a spell, but in January she returned to the country once more. The drive for money shifted into high gear, as luncheone, paper drives, Senior Play, and Mardi Gras were planned. As seniors, we were privileged to initiate the freshmen, an experience which as freshmen we had been lucky enough to escape. This was done in a manner entirely satisfying to everyone but the freshmen. On May 28th we left for New York City for a glorious four day trip among the towers of Manhattan. There we had a grand time, to return exhausted but exhilarated. I As the time for exams rolled around, there was a scramble to 'hit the books.' No one wanted to be left behind after coming this far. Finally the strain was over, but the confusion did not let up. Caps and gowns, Senior Ball, Alumni Banquet, and Commencement came now. However, we managed to survive and even the hardiest of us will admit that he is a little bit sorry that it is all over. 51 pw Nichols in the year 1965 is a thriving young metropolis. It is no longer s small, one-horse town, but has been transformed into a large industrial center. The Franc J. Bixby Municipal Airport is the scene of much activity. Standing in the open doorway of the waiting room is a tall, distinguished looking gentleman. He moves toward the flying field as the incoming rocket - the 'SH ' - arrives on runway 55. The ramp is placed Mademoiselle Elizabeth, Bailey is gowned in one nylon and plastic, with N813 to d6BO9nd 18 against the rocket ship, the door opens, and out steps the world-renowned French dress designer. Mademoiselle of her newest creations, a stunning fuschia sult of fine the shield-shaped neckline! Nancy Rlegel, who has also returned from Paris. H188 Rlegel is now conducting guided tours through Europe, and recently escorted a group of one thousand Nichols Central School seniors on their senior trip. Now Miss Arlene Thetga steps from the plane. She ls a great success as the owner and president of the Thetga Conservatory of Music. This conservatory is second only to Jullisrd. Ballying out of the ship is Dexter Chaffee, the original traveling sales- man. Already his jaws are beginning to move as he bur t f th 1 one of his innumerable 'farmer's daughter' Jokes. B 8 or U th another From the interior of the rocket come strains of sweet music. What?? Can this music be coming from within the plane? My curiosity is soon satisfied, for on the shoulders of two men sits Itchard Corblnsky, with his fingers ramb- ling over the keyboard of a small Hammond Organ. Mr. Ccrbinsky may currently be heard as the organist in Radio City Music Hall. Priscilla Goodwin and Beverly Ostrander, both now famous in the realm of make-believe, disembark next. Priscilla, who is heard over a nation-wide hook- up as 'John's Other W1fe,' is an invaluable asset to the Duz soap company.H1ss Ostrander has succeeded Larry Parks as the double for Al Jolson, since Hr.Parks has grown too old for the role. A flash is seen, and as the dust settles we recognize standing at the foog of the rsmp than frlsky nuns business msn, David Preshur, head Of the OHS an only 'Little Davey's Dog Biscuit Company.' The aroma of good food permeates the cool breezes, as Rita Barlow, the fe- male Duncan Hines, steps forth, eating one of her pastries. A cheer arises from the watching crowd, for stridlng through the door is Emory Ball, eminent lecturer on cattle breeding and president of the National Da1rymen's League. The contented cows can no longer be claimed exclusively by Carnation Milk, because of the new Ball innovation: stanchionside music! t is Mr. Ball's cows which are truly the contented cows! Hedda Hopper is on hand, having made a special trip to Nichols for an on- the-spot interview with Milli Cheely, star of stage and screen. Miss Cheely is engaged at the Broadhurst Theater in New York, where she plays the part of An- nie, in the revival of 'Annie Get Your Gun.' Next, all the way from the deep, dark interior of Africa, comes Phyllis Merrill, the noted educator. Thanks to Miss Merr1ll's efforts, all the African natives are now singing 'Bongo, Bongo, Bong0!' Last, but certainly not least, stooplng in order to pass thro h the door- way of the 'SHHHHH,' a tall, statuesque brunette emerges. It is ugetty Boyle, Old Han Adler's favorite model of his shoes for women. When she reaches the ground, the occupants of the plane all move toward the man who has been waiting at the side of the runway. After they have Joined him, and the group turns to leave the field, I realize that this gentleman is Soni other than Alden C. Tribe, B.A., M,A., D.D.T., T.N.T., president of Vassar o ege. The class of 1948, reunited for the first time since their graduation, en- ter the waiting cars, and are taken to Dr. Tr1be's home. This is certainly e memorable occasion, for it is the first meeting ever recorded to which Alden C. Tribe has been on time!! 32 7 mv P-uf Dexter Chaffee Betty Bailey David Preshur Emory Ball Alden Tribe Richard Corbin Phyllis Merrill 8, Nancy Riegel 9. Betty Boyle 10. Beverly Ostrander ll. Priscilla Goodwin 12. Arlene Thetga 15. Rita Barlow 14. 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