Nokomis Regional High School - Arrowhead Yearbook (Newport, ME)

 - Class of 1952

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MQ R .J ADMINISTRATION A ,, EN it .Ai ! YQ, 6 F991 ". 1 ......:..:. W, QXJXZ .73aa'zd af SEATED Mrs Bigham Mr Oswald Mr Rlppey Mr Ohver STANDING Mr Gage Mr Pask Mr Muehe Principal VERNON HYATT and Secretary JOANNE ADAMS 'jf-Q LANGUAGE AND LIBRARY MR. JOHN SMINGLER Senior High Encglish A. B., Ho art ollege Grad. Study, Hobart MISS HAZEL M. FULLER Librarian B. S. , Geneseo State Teachers College Grad. Study, Geneseo MRS. GERTRUDE IVERSON Junior High English B. S. , Geneseo State Teachers College MR. HOWARD SHANKLIN Latin and French M. A. , Syracuse University ...av MATH AND SCIENCE MISS ELNA M. ANDRFASEN Junior High Math B. S. , Bu falo State Teachers College MR. JOHN FAVITTA Senior High Science Elementary Algebra A. B. , M. S. , yracuse University Grad. Study, Syracuse University MR. ROGER W. WARD Senior High Math Biology B. S. , Niacgara University Grad. Stu y, University of Rochester f-.Brain law , f 1 ' socmt sTUD1Es MR. MARTIN LaFORSE Senior High History B, A. , Syracuse University M. A. , Syracuse University MR. 1. WALTHI KEATING Junior High History M. S. , Brockport State Teachers Grad. Study, Cornell University fs College Q-nuuluninxa 'lui Exif faculty, ilk? MUSIC MR. JOHN KINYON Instrumental Music B. M., M. S., Eastman School of Music University of Rochester Grad. Study, Ithaca College MISS JUN GOLDTHWAITE Vocal Instructor B. S. , Potsdam State Teachers College VOCA TIONA L SUBJECTS MR. WILLIAM HOLMES Industrial Arts B. S. , Buffalo State Teachers College MRS. JUNE HERMAN Commercial Subjects B. S. , University of Rochester Grad. Study, New York University and Syracuse University MR. CLYDE BEEBE Agriculture B. S. , Cornell University MISS BEVEILY CATES Homemaking B. S. , Corne l University :P -8 I ,. r- PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. C. FREDERICK PIERSON Boy's Phys. Ed. B. S. , Cortland State Teachers College Grad. Study, Alfred University MISS SHIRLEY M. KREUTTER Girl's Phys. Ed. B. S. , Brockport State 'Leachers College MR. MICHAEL PAOLINO Cadet Coach INTERMEDIATE TEACHERS MISS ALICE SARGENT, 3814 Geneseo State Teachers College MR. IVAN E. LAFLER, 58r6 Ed. B. , Geneseo State Teachers College Grad. Study, Hobart MRS. PATRICIA NARACONG, 4 B. E. , Geneseo State Teachers College Grad. Study, Syracuse University And Geneseo State Teachers MRS. DORIS VAN WAGNER, 5 Brockport Normal School MRS. KATHRYN M. IORGENSEN, 6 Geneseo State Teachers College Grad. Study, Geneseo State Hobart and Cortland STA NLEY TEACHERS MRS. MARGARET NEWTON 5 81. 6 Geneseo State Teachers College MRS. MILDRED COVER 1 8: 2 Geneseo State Teachers College MRS. BETSY CLARKE 3 Xt 4 B. E. Geneseo State Teachers College C' fiacuzq LKX ELEMENTARY GRADES MRS. MARGARET PATRICK Grades One and Two Grad. Study, Oneonta State Teachers College MRS. HELEN FINGAR Grade Two B. S. , Geneseo State Teachers College MRS. MILDRED CONKLIN Grade One B. S. , Geneseo State Teachers College MISS MARY MURPHY Grade Three B. E. , M. S. , Geneseo State Teachers College MRS. LILLIAN PREMRU Kindergarten B.A., Asbury fWi1more, Kenruckyl Grad. Study, Buffalo State 5- -.......g HQ' 5Q5 Q 'L S Nl NX iq... V Student STANDING Left to Rrpht L Velte I Strahan Mr LaForse R Nelson R Calman K Perry V Derby B Brckel Mclvirllran E Lambert SMTED W Allen B Gotts P Hall H Hathorn P Hyatt Presxdent Wlllet Hall Vrce Presrdent Barbara Gotts Secretary Treasurer Helen Hathorn Under the gurdance of Mr LaForse thrs year s Student Councrl made a strong effort to prove itself a more acuve orgamzanon Having held regular meetings every other Monday the Student Council approved the class dances and took an acnve part in trytng to organize a student traffrc patrol system An effort was made to purchase Student Council letter awards that would be distributed among all pupils who have been members for two years Several members represented Gorham at every Ontario County Student Council Association Meeung held in 51 and 52 0 nm ,f ,, .' '. 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Eh: Q' se-0 CHARLES BICKEL Band 1 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 3 Boy s State 3 Press Club 2 3 4 F F A 1 Iunror Play Semor P ay Drum Class 3 4 Iumor Prom Prrnce A httle nonsense now and then is relished by the wtsest men BARBARA CLARK Band 1 2 3 4 Cnorusl 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Press Club2 3 4 Basketball2 3 4 Iunror Prom Prrncess 3 Iumor Play Sen lor Play MaJorette 1 Volleyball 2 NYSSMA 4 Devout yet cheerful actrve yet reslgned BEVERLY BROWN Chorus 1 2 3 4 Press Club 4 Student Counc1l2 3 Semor Play F H A 2 Sweet are the thoughts that savour of content JAMES CLARKE Presrdent 3 Arrowhead Staff 4 Jumor Play Baseballl Boy Scouts 1 Semor Play Lrve only rn best company when you read LORETTA CARR Chorus 1 2 3 4 Press Club 3 4 Soccer 3 Junior Play Senior Play promprer and publrcity Life rs not hfe at all vnthout delight IACK CLARKE F F A 1 2 3 4 Basketball l Senior Play Baseball 1 NCVCI' Say I'Il0l'6 Ih3Il IS IIBCCSSBIY 49' 5 Q 'Y ow- 'Q 16 fit 'Q' 'fun x 'Xi V-1 o WM MARY COLF Chorus 1, 4, Press Club 3, 4, Arrowhead staff 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4, Vol- leyball 2, Kitchen Staff 2, Parliamen- tarian 3, F.H.A. 2, Senior Play. I find you want me to furnish you with arguments and intellects too. BARBARA GOTTS Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 2, 3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Soccer 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Junior Prom Lady 1, Stu- dent Council Vice-President 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, NYSSMA 3,4. There's honesty and good fellowship in thee. ERWIN DIMON F F A 1 2 34 Baseballl Good health and good sense are two of life s greatest blessings WIl.LETT HALL F A 1 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 Student Council 3 StudentCounc1l Pres ident 4 Junior Prom Lord 1 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Good at a fight but better at a play RODNEY FRAREY Treasurer 1 F F A 1 Boy s State 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Junior Play Senior Play Baseball 1 2 3 4 Handsome is as handsome does PHILIP HYATT Band 1 Chorus 3 4 Boy s State 3 Pres ldent 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Student Council4 Iun1orP1ay SemorPlay Treas urer 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 SOCCCI 2 3 4 Boy Scouts l NYSSMA 4 A great noise indicates a great mall Qu 1' X J ARLENE LA DUE Iumor Play make up Semor Play make up Chorus 1 4 Gentle of speech beneficient of mmd RONALD NELSON V1ce Presldent 2 4 Student Counc1l4 Track The only way to have a fnend IS to be one LOIS MILES Band 1 2 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3 4 Jumor Play Senior Play prompter Zealous yet modest DOUGLAS PEARSON Chorus 1 3 Arrowhead Staff-1 Iumor Play Semor Play F F A 1 3 I profess not speaking only this let each man do hrs best JOYCE NELSON Chorus 1 2 3 4 Secretary 1 Press Club 3 Semor Play Make up Iumor Play make up F H A 2 3 The blush is beautrful but it is some trmes tnconvenlent LEON PEASE President 1 F F A 4 Senior Play Base ball 1 Boy Scouts 1 The way to be happy ts to make others ,ws wwf AG- Q 'Q' 1-1, P '15 1 iv' bf as G ,Qw- 9 pr 'Vi' an tt, 5, , 1 KENNETH PHILLIPS F F A 1 Basketball Manager 1 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Press Club4 Treasurer 4 Arrowhead Staff 4 Speech IS great stlence rs greater MARIAN SCOTT Chorus 1 2 3 4 Htstorian 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3 4 Arrowhead Staff4 Basket ball 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Volleyball2 Jumor Play Semor Play Her very frowns were fatrer far than s'ntles of other matdens are RAYMOND PREMPRU Bandl 2 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Press Club 2 Arrowhead Staff 4 Basketball 1 1 2 3 4 All State Band 4 Trombone Class 3 4 Wrthout mustc ltfe would be a mtstake ELEANOR SHORT Bandl 2 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Press Club 2 3 4 Arrowhead Staff 4 Basket ball 2 3 4 Soccer 3 Student Counctl 1 Iumor Play Semor Play Malorette 1 3 Vtce Prestdent 3 NYSSMA 4 I have a heart wlth room for every Joy POBERT ROBSON Student Counctll 2 Bandl 2 3 4 Jun lor Prom Duke 2 Senior Play NYSSMA 4 Chorus 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 He ts the very pmeapple of poltteness DONALD STELL F F A l 2 3 4 Semor Playhouse man ager4 A pleasing countenance is a silent com rnendatton. . A . S . , ' K 0 senior 'P1ay, Boy scouts 1,2,3g NYSSMA , if f , it . . . : . . . : I 25 ' 4,7 ,s '1 :I I 1 , E Us 4' J. . 4 J' - K 4 .K N' lx. . WILLIAM STICKLER F F A 1 2 3 4 Arrowhead Staff 4 Senior Play Conversauon IS one of the greatest pleasures tn l1fe -5. 6.3 '27 JEAN SUTTON Chorus 4 Secretary 4 Press Club 4 Basketball 4 Soccer 4 There IS a soft and pensive grace A cast of thought upon her face 57 .nl of f F S ' Qfiww, ' FRONT ROW LefttoRight Mrs Herman, I Sutton, M Scott, Mt. Smingler. BACK ROW K Phillips, P Hyatt, R Nelson 'G .Alix K vw--as -Y 4 . . 6 a 1 if w '- .A "F-.'A u ' wi, L, M A -'TSQf2v., . F xi nal' 1:12-vvfil .ii KW 4, Elma f,f2'fi', t Q ,ff 4 155, 1. 1 V, ,",,'f "J, ff. N up 1 gy, 9 Tr. v 1 ' ' X ' Q 1 A A lf ,ir ,m....- t, s -4 wt. ' .-.4 " f.-. 4 - ' ff-.Ju . 'Jil' -A , SQ - ' - 1 A ':I'3Q43.- 'V 1 u,fs"T-A' ' 4. 113. . -aa f..., f 3644 at the A af 1952 Passmg tn revtew we the class of 1952 frnd that we have had a very promrsmg experxence It was rn September 1948 that we mounted the ftrst rung of the ladder to fame and fortune Mxss Potwrn and Mr Shankl1n were gtven the task of gu1d1ng the t1m1d and helpless rreshmen Leon Pease was chosen class prestdent Our members were not slow 1n JOIHIDQ the social act1v1t1es Our Freshman Frol1c went off w1th flylng colors Barbara Gotts and Pete Hall represented our Freshmen class as Lord and Lady at the Junlor Prom The awards for the hlghest averages were glven to Ph1l Hyatt and Barbara Clark In September 1949 as toughened Sophomores we were under the able dtrectton of Mlss Fuller and Mr Favrtta To start the year rxght we elected Ray Premru presrdent Our most lmportant soctal event was our Sophomore dance One of the happlest days of our hves was the day we recetved our class rtngs At the Juruor Prom Carol Pedersen and Bob Robson represented our class as Duke and Duchess Mary Colf and Phrl Hyatt walked off wlth the scholastrc awards rn June As experienced Jumors agatn under the d1rect1on of Mtss Fuller and Mr Favttta we chose hm Clarke for presxdent Our Juruor Play Straws For Two under the drrecuon of MISS Call was a great success Our Juruor Prom wlth Barbara Clark and Charles Blckel as Prrnce and Prrncess proved to be an enjoyable night for everyone Our magazlne project turned out to be very profltable Charles Blckel Plul Hyatt and Rodney Frarey represented our class at Boys State The scholasnc award for the lughest average went to Mary Colf Facrng the last year of our high school days we began dreaming of that not too far off Graduation Day Mrs Herman and Mr Srrungler were our class advisors Plul Hyatt was elected to serve as our last prestdent Our Senior Play Best Foot Forward under the superv1s1on of Mr Smmgler and the d1rect1on of Mr Paul Berkowsky of the Hobart Lxttle Theatre proved tobea great success Work on the Arrowhead was started early to make it one of the best ever Our Semor Ball was enjoyed by everyone Three former class members are now in the servlce Pfc Herbert Davie Pfc R1chard Terwllhger and Pfc Clarence Cnss The best wlshes of the Semor Class are Wllh them 0 I - . . . . , . . ' 0 a - I 0, Jzwphecq Rodney Frarey presrdent of Frarey Inc manufacturers of Mars Bars had mvrted the Class of 1952 to celebrate the1r centenrual reumon at hrs estate on Mars Th1s was to take place June 23 2052 Well the day has frnally arrrved and everytlung IS prepared Frrst to arrtve 1n therr own specral burlt rockets are Erw1n D1mon presrdent of the Future Farmers of Iuprter and Pete Hall ch1ef executtve rn the Robson Seed Planetary System Followlng close behrnd is Leon Pease ch1ef prlot of the Interplanetary Taxt System w1th Barb Gotts Eleanor Short Lors Mrles and hm Clark Barb IS the krndergarten teacher at Gorham Eleanor IS the world famous actress whose most recent prcture 15 Worse Step Backward and Lots IS the private secretary to the Pres1dent of the Uruted States and hm 15 a famous novehst whose most recent publtcauon IS Those Long Years at Gorham Rod just came and satd that he had recerved a spaceogram from Ray Premru staung that II play on Saturn Here come two Jets racrng along stde by srde In one 15 none other than Ph1l Hyatt a famous chemist tn a Juprter research lab and 1n the other are Ken Ph1ll1ps Bob Robson and Ron Nelson those three well known explorers of Pluto Landtng now is the top comedran of the year from Mercury Charles Bickel and Mary Colf the f1rst woman ed1tor of the Venus Gazette Speedrng 1n next 15 Jack Clarke another P110I 1n the Interplanetary Taxr System with Barb Clarke Loretta Carr Joyce Nelson and B111 Stickler Barb 15 the ch1ef dental hyglemst on Neptune and Loretta is a member of the travehng Space Mrnsuels B111 15 the President of Saturn and Joyce 15 his pnvate secretary Doug Pearson cluef mecharuc under Leon called and sard he would be late because his plane has broken down W1th lum are Beverly Brown wife of the Pres1dent of Venus and Arlene LaDue famous all over Neptune for her del1c1ous cakes Frnally in races Don Stell another tax1 p1lot with Mar1an Scott and Jean Sutton sent as good will ne1ghbors by the earth to vis1t all the planets They agreedto V1SiI Mars at the mme of the party Well all have been accounted for How can the Class of 1952 be beat when they have such famous representauves on all the planets? CLASS COLORS Red and Whrte CLASS FLOWER American Beauty Rose CLASS MOTTO "We will walk on our own feet, we wlll work with our own hands, and we will speak with our own minds " would be impossible for him to be there because his Interplanetary Orchestra had an engagement to AJ Our class 15 the best that the school ever had And when we leave I will be very sad I ll miss all the kids and their resence far: I ll miss all the horse play an ulling of hart I ll miss Bobby Robson who lost s case When he med to et nd of the name Baby face And then there s huck who s really a Bickel Some leave off the B and ll comes out Pickle We have our own hotrod h1s name s Leon Pease He can talk about autos for hours w1th ease A teacher almost gave Phil Hyatt a pass He insisted on standlng in En lish class A girl who IS small but a rea? good sport Is our vigorous spark plug Eleanor Short Pete IS a nickname for one Willett Hall But he s real geor e and not Peter at all Barb Gotts is a c ose fuend of the boy called Pete Mention hrs name and she ll blush now lsn t that sweet'7 Barb number two has the last name of Clark Exce t for a boy frrend she s free as a lark Our d Frarey IS one popular guy He s bound to go far by and by They say Jack Clarke IS shy but at home that lsn t so He s my blg brother so I ou ht to know When he s with a girl called Connie Clark Loretta Carr Just loves a new toy Just as long as the toy is a boy Ray Prernru has a band of lus own And many a note of music he s blown Mary Colf is our one real brarn She s one girl who doesn t lrke to ralse cain Joyce Nelson is quret and a little bit shy But when she is angry wrth someone Oh myl Don Stell can be seen ln his lrttle blue car In spite of 1t.s shape II takes htm quite far Bill is a boy a most interestin creature A Stickler by name and a suck er by nature Ron Nelson is on the ball all the time I m sorry I can t think of somethin to rhyme Arlene LaDue can bake a mean cage You can t find a kind she can t make Bev Brown ls little but be on the level How can such a small girl be such a devil' Jean Sutton s our class newest member She joined us when school started in September Marian Scott is our perpetual friend Her al ebra paper she ll always lend An efllgcient secretary Lois Miles will be Well maybe we d better wait and see Erwin Dlmon is the kid Who s gonna make Mr Beebe blow his lid If there s one guy who can draw a mug It s the Pearson boy who s name ls Doug This poem is alright I suppose But instead of poetry I should have used prose lim Clarke fl 1 I f ' ' . . fi ,- .g I. , 9.51, - ' ' . ' Kenny Phillips is never in tge dark, i ' -l . F -'N 1 f-R ei ' ,A-A 1' g.-. ,fu 4 fi' N In K 1 ' Q d , JL ' I I K .ki 4, I W - 1 f Q ,if f: L , L . t," fo 1 A 3 J! . , g -1 Q ' ' 1. I Q? , A ks Q 3' 'V' .. ri X . kk sf' if 4 L I . I x X X A . .,,4 ip' 51 I 'Q .R U W' in . A 8 , W 954 kj UNDER CIJXSSIVIEN VN 2 A g! H 9 5 R! fk gl K JUNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW J Austin A Stone A Lambert F Clarke P Adams R Phtllrps D Knopf B Fox M Blauvelt SECOND ROW Mtss Fuller N B111s B Miller I Perry H Hathom N Behnke H Weeks B Treadwell Mr Kmyon THIRD ROW IPu1ver S Chrlstensen B Nlelsen C McWr111ams P Nlelsen D LaDue D Keyser FOURTH ROW E Frarey W Allen C Chase R.Hoffman F McGory J McGory N Ohver G MacDonald FET!-I ROW M Muckle B Terwrllrger Absent Charles Tomton ,cy Q6 'vl- lc- J 'Wi he Q04 A8611 CLASS OFFICERS SEATED News Reporter Patsy Adams SECOND ROW vlsor M1ssH Fuller Treas urer Dolores Knopf V1ce Presrdent Norma B111s Pres ndent Earl Frarey THIRD ROW Advtsor Mr J Krnyon Secretary Aletha Stone 5, s- " -- f .-is ' ' T P' ff n 49 5 ,, ' Zire! I aaa n 5 ' - mn- 3 6' :. ui "' 6 UE- A' . . . : - T ,,s Qi' A Y NX . 11 , . , ' E I C K 1 I I. . 4 "'-:1-' ' , gwfx ' I 4 l .ff Q D u Nw, E , R 3 i ---A----uw' ..-,! . ,,.,b, N-,..g.,..yii,u .-5 X 1 is ' Q B' -my f 0 - , tl J ' . u. Q5 L 1 it 5 1 1 I Aa- Yx V Y A A S, ' . ' . 1 ' - R A ,t ' X X A 3 , ' 'g I g 'Ng n : " , . . ' 3 x i i X A 1 S , Rx 'I U9 'F Q1 4' X ,Qu lv--1' Q-fa? 4 --vt V---4 mums.--.-,fr .. . 'fi-fi.. . FIRST ROW Left toRi ht E Burnett P Roose S Fillin ham R Dutcher M Gifford g : . , . , . g , . , . , F. Zimmerman, L. Youngs, K. Henry. SECOND ROW: Miss Kreutter, J. Gage, K. Jensen, S. Stickler, J. Van Wagner, B. Shaner, B. Bickel, M. Jorgensen, C. Clark, Mr. Favitta. THIRD ROW: C. McWilliams, L. Wood, R. Bergsrresser, P. Freeman, K. Perry J Frankovitch, B. DePew, J. Norsen. FOURTH ROW: R. Ellis, R. Terwilliger, Weichenthal, R. Palmanteer, C. Z.immerman, R. Stell. CLASS OFFICERS SEATED Left to Right: Treasurer, Charles McWilliams. Secretary, Lyman Wood, Vice- President, Robert Ellis, STANDING: News Re- porter, Connie Clark, President, Kay Henry, Advisors, Miss S. Kreutter, M. J. Favitta. . , 1:31 O0 ,- ' f.,f,1'. fi k' 2-J 0- L5 WC.. f"iwf'..i ffxeohnwn FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Seated: G. Oswald, S. Blauvelt, P. Antonio, N. Hubbard, L. Nageldinger, M. Pimm, 1. Strahan, W. Lambert. SECOND ROW, Standing: M. Dykeman, Mr. H. Shanklin, S. Brizzee, A. Hutchinson, B. Goodenow, V. Nel is, H. Royer, D. Vanwagner, P. Read, I. Walters. THIRD ROW: L.' Tears, R. Sutton, W. Oswald, D. Linzy, R. Townsend, R. Terwilliger, E. Cromley, M. Dailor, G. Kidolowsky, Miss J. Goldthwait. FOURTH ROW: G. Hall, A. Knopf, P. Quenen, G. Burnett, T. Jorgensen, R. Calman, C. Davis, M. Schink. D. McGory, J. Bigham, E. Hutchinson. 1? FYR 5 1 SA CLASS OFFICERS FRONT ROW, LefttoRight: Treasurer, Bob Calmang Secretary, Wesley Oswald, STANDING, Left to Right: Vice President, Devoe Linzyp Advisors, Mr. H. Shanklin, Miss I. Goldthwaitg President, Laura Nageldinger. DE Hr DE EN -54' 1' 'A i Yrvv Y-J 3 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: D. Muckle, D. Siganowich, M. Burgess, M. Detro, V. Derby, I. Harrington, I. Mikkelsen, M. Behnke, D, Brizzee, M. Mashewske: SECOND ROW: K. Linzy, D. Davie, L. Premru, A. Royer, E. Jeffers, D. Breen, M. Carr, B. Stetzel, S, Brown, K, Nellis, A. Hurlbutt, E. Pulver, M. Bumett, D. Scott: THIRD ROW: W. Barry, F. Rowley, R. Angell, A. Voak, C. Bassage, J. Fillingham, V. Felton, B. Smith, V. Carson, S. Brown, C. Keyser: FOURTH RO : D. Dannehue, K, Youngs, B, Hazel, R. Ketcham, G. Stezel, G. Blauvelt, W. Lead, B. Joyce: FIFTH ROW: I. Partridge, J. Smith, I. Ransom, K. Lawrence, B. Hunt, J. Sloth: SIXTH ROW: Mr. Keating, D. Scott, D. Hey, T. McMillian, J. Wharton, L. Couse, L. Pedersen, W. Zimmerman, L. Carson, 1. Bloss, Mr. Ward rn ,mg cj! Q f"N Left to Right, FIRST ROW: W. Menter, H. Hudson, S. Hey, B. Hey, J. Antonia, B Mosley. I. Bogart, K. Knopf, E. Lambert, B. McMi11ian: SECOND ROW: R. Clark T. Hurlbutt, I, Capozzi, I. Jensen, I. Ketcham, A. Walratli, C. Gifford, E. Tomion B. Frarey, B. Hubbard, V. Campbell, D. Dykeman: THIRD ROW: L. Velte, I. Bigham M. Wood, L. Calman, D, Smith, C, Eddington, M. Campbell, B. Cammett, J. Catlin R. Humphreys: FOURTH ROW: D. Shepar , G. Lead, I. Velte, R. Ketcham, R. Wood I. Footer, S. Led erwood, J, Black: FIFTH ROW: R. Youngs, Mrs. lversen, C. Maliber R. Gage, G, Masgewske, I. Parthel, G. Bardeen, L. Lambert, M. Gage: SIXTH ROW D. Olsen, Mrs. Andersen, H. McClain an NH fit GRA L1 .si 5.2 , '- Mrs. Jorgensen, THIRD ROW: N. Raymond, I. Townsend, D. Clarke, T. Gage Left to Right, FIRST ROW: L. Nielsen, G. Phillips, A. Read, A. Adamson, H. Gagle, C. Sutton, G, Scott, A. Carr, J. Miller, F. Dunham, L. Hooghkirkg SECOND RO . J, Secor, L. Royer, D, Boughton, I. Haury, T. Bumett, B. Olsen, A. Stell, Sf Bingham, .-X.1' 1 3 at'-ff-5 'Uma-4. Mc Gory, L. Fleenor, E. Johnston, Mr. Lafler Left to Right, FIRST ROW: D. Raymond, J. Campbell, P, Burnett, B. Townsend, P. Blauvelt, P. Dykeman, R. Detro, N, McWilliams, M. Sutherland, R. Clarke, D. Ledger- woodg SECOND ROW: N. Jones, D. Zeltwanger, B. Sutton, B. Helsing, D. Stell, J. 55:18 s,x rtvs .qw M , IX1 A Q A m mum ,Q 'NO Left to Right, FIRST ROW: G. Strong, G, Quinn, I. Fish, G. Oswald, D. Field, A Clark, D. Helsing, J. Yackel, B. Savage, R. Mader, C. Voakg SECOND ROW: R Smith, S, Jensen, S. Tichenor, R. Mashewske, R, Allen, J, Clark, H, Yackel, R, Flook B. McGor Mrs VamWa ner, THIRD ROW: A, Capozzi, P. Black, P. Wood, A, Colt' Y. - g Absent: H. McClarin, A. Foxall, qv. li, 'QV ' il '-I-1.4 ..-"1 1-:ii-1 van i '- ac' lt ,rv vs. ef, ,Y N ' Kill i" I ,Q . m .mist-ct as ---aa .. assi:-zu-sh .. '- dhliuluovv it ,:, - 0 Pi r- .,. Left to Ri ht, FIRST ROW: J. Cornish, R. Catlin, R, Hartwick, K. Keyser, R. Neufang L. Frankigr, E. Frankish, B. Harris, C. Hey, I. McMillan, B. Menterg' SECOND ROW C. Warner, M. Eddington, J, Hey, M. Jensen, T. Kuntz, P, Carroll, C. Montford, A Colf, D. Hershey. THIRD ROW: P, Angell, L. Fleenor, J. Yackel, W. Benedict, C Holton, D. Generaux, D. Rogers, R. Schink, D. Partridge, FOURTH ROW: D. Liddiard R. Mikkelsen, T. Dannahe, R. Jones, R. Lee. Teacher: Mrs. Naracong A i' ' U.: :W H J 'mf .GR Ao Es FT-H l AND PGUR f 'ii "' ,i V , , ........1n-As-uni..- . . -ifm'Qfn..Z,' , . . .Ax Left to Right, FIRST ROW: R, Calabrese, P. Parsons, H. Olsen, I. Van Gelder, K. Savacge, I. Allen, R. Miller, V. Rogers, R. Fish, M. Smith, D. Hudson, SECOND ROW: M. etcham, H. Pask, C. Antonio, D. Nielsen, J. Frarey, J. Shaner, R. Chase, M. Smith, N. Antonio, THIRD ROW: D. Boughton, 1. Warren, R. Secor, M. Hayes, R. Wood, G. Ledgerwood, Absent: R. Calabrese, Teacher: Miss Sargent '35 ' that :H . i bu. .. r.. 'mn i ' ff.-4-- THRE 1 N v 5 K ,,,.n1n5-H , -. " ' ., oss-w-".-we ,. J. ...H --.. if- . .P , . . r Left to Right, FIRST ROW: C. Nellis, C. Oswald, P. Quinn, S. Paige, R. Christensen, J. Rowley, M. Rogers, Q. Schultz, G. Hooghkirk, S. Kneut, L. Dillon, SECOND ROW: V. Stahl, V. Lambert, K. Brayla, L. Kinyon, D. Frankish, P. Mc Gory, I. Footer, T. Yackel, L. Angell, M. Murray: THIRD ROW: G. Gifford, L. Warner, C. Putnam, D. Capozzi, Miss Murphy, B. Close, S. Blauvelt, L. Borden, S. Campbell Tw .au-we ABE GR O N TWO A 'li ibn 'f is 1 M. ' --fx i 3' M" 3 an f s Left to Right, FIRST ROW: J. Holcomb, T. Calabreese, D. Pask, N. Curtis, J. Swarth- out, L. Kuntz, D. Frarey, S. Newfang, I. Bigham, L. Kuntz, L. Washburn, SECOND ROW: A. Campbell, M. Gysel, D. Colf, G. Stell, Mrs. Fingar, E. Wood, S. Putnam, W. Rothfuss, W, Strong, E. Hudson, THIRD ROW: I. Butterfield, F. Thorpe, C. Warren, S. Barnhardt, J. Hey, C, Hinchman, C. Eldridgeg FOURTH ROW: D. Lawrence, D. Jorgensen, A. McGory, L. De Pew, S. Deuel, J. Toth Qlkiiilgllulumungvaonnogvnlu Ul V ' ' C5 Left to Ri ht FIRST ROW D Townsend C Gysel L Terwilli er R Parsons L. g , 2 . . - . - 8 . - . Nellisg SECOND ROW: L. Clark, B, Thompson, C, Raymond, N. Smith, I. Neilsen T. Campbell, S. Hathome, L, Alexander, L. Davie, D, Barnhardtg THIRD ROW: L. Clarke, D. Velte, R, Gysel, J. Mashewski, B. Campbell, N. Miller, Mrs. Patrick, E. Rogers, B, Sutton, R. Rothfuss, B. Scott, T. Keyser, D. Olsen, B. Burnett. Absent: C. Morey, C. Stahl 1... .:- W -s9"s.-. T - 9? E .T.A. ,, mtnnuct - s . . ,, f y" F 1 fi Y' NZ Left to Rlght FIRST ROW P Smuh B Detro A Schultz H Sutton D Hunt P Jensen C Mc Intyre S Colf SECOND ROW B Ledgerwood E Yackel M Morse P Flna an M Qumn K Montford F Franktsh D Patnck C Phelps THIRD ROW G Fran rsh C Wood C Hoffman S Dunn D Moore I Deuel D Valentme P Mtller P Curtts C Comstock H Jacobs G Brace Mrs M Conklrn R Mc Wtlhams ,o R A D LI1---2. Left to Rtght FIRST ROW P Curtls B Frere M Van Troost K Welc P Lawrence V Bamhardt K DePew G B1l1s D Scott C Crawford I Swartout D Spoor B Rtley SECOND ROW L Ferguson D Meyer, B Carr S York C Hartwell D Mader J May W Wermuth S Babtarz R Caleman G Cnpps D Sechrxst R Greene T Alexander D Lambert A Rrgby D Goodenow R Wood QQXQQO sweets 53 :asf ' vf' V gs-rf 'Rf' Q? S Y' -' ' 5 R ' A . JSA ' , fr' -o ,b- 4 ' 57135 O lx 'wld' Y Y rs L A ." Lg, 1 '.' '! K ,f , ll 5 1 s , -a , f., K' . a- L 1, , s, 19? ' 'O 5 - rf?-G' 4-Q-six S.- 0, 'i3'iu Left to Right, FIRST ROW: B. Savage, E. Mc Gory, C, Green, J. Enos, M. Curtis, A. Lippincott, J. Rogers, C. Fleenor, S. Oswald, L, Velteg SECOND ROW: D, Cornish, I, Sloth, B, Schultz, L, Clark, S. Lawrence, D. Ingram, K, Walker, D, Bingham, F, Frankish, I. Hoffman, C. Crawford, B, Riley, K, Van De Moortel s fl --1 0,0 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: C, Smith, C. Fake, G, Bleich, L. Schriver, M. Perthel I. Phillips, K. Weeks, R. Goodenow, J. Carson, SECOND ROW: J. Fillingham, C Campbell, D. Alcock, G, Valdez, G. Washburn, D. Makepease, J, Flood, G. Wahl K. Keavney, B. Stetzel, B. Stickler, I. Bergstresser, D. Rigby, S, Reynolds S I so uns'- . 1 iQkLD934- .wuwss 1-.Wim 709 ' arm f 1 new s. -sin Q., Q .. :naw ww! V... .. K 1 ,' , A ,za LY MLW' A . Knox 'L......5 lf. J" . ' , .L F-. . ,, .lf 1. A ll .'-rsr!!l . ' 44.1 . "hz M., 2 . ,A .,,.. , -, W Q ' ' . - la-, J, -t I . A. J . 1. . . KJJL ,' a,..,Jf.........4lFl :V ! ,451 M... blk.: , ', . 5' f f'8...p-1.1:-1' .. .Ir 5.1.25 MW. s , . Quill Kxaxdlliiisi " S-- f Lswhlff' V8 C401 " af ..... 'uw .slid Y-Ml. - rum , Vg :M A 7 ,fl wx. 1 mini su. .lim .PL f- sr-r-I-eva. wruoa- 4 . RADE NE Wo T HREE School ADOVE PICTURE: Left to Right, FIRST ROW: P. Ripley, J. Schriver, R Siganowich, D. Bickel. SEC- OND ROW: R. Meyer, G. Frarey, N. Fake, D. Fillingham, H. Hortan, A. Flood, S. Applebee, J. Tornow, R. Alcock. THIRD ROW: L. Linzy, H. Siganowich, G. Edwards, P. Holtby, J. Atkinson, B. Tornow, C. Valdez, I. Flood, J. Smith, FOURTH ROW: L. Pulver, A. Gulvin, I. Wahl, K. Brown, J. Stetzel, D. Linzy. 1- Blankenberg, R. Siganowich, I. Weichenthal, T. Edwards. Stanley School, an outlying school of Gorham, is situated in a pleasant town located two miles east of our school. Grades one through six make up the students of the school. With three rooms and a gym, the interior of the school takes on the aspects of a large central school. The exterior of the building also gives a modern, as well as inviting, appearance. The students, themselves, are active and display a wholesome atmosphere. .6 ,Q g-jgjxj If if .r S fn X S 'ap ffm C W S4 N Ha w CQ .- ., Q Left to Rrght FIRST ROW D Van Wagner J Austrn J Nelson L Carr S Brrzzec J Sutton Mtss Goldthwatt J Strahan L Nageldrnger B Brekel M Jor ensen C Clark M Scott SECOND ROW R IaDue N Behnke F Clarke R Plrlltps B Brown L Mrles N Hubbard P Nerlsen P Antonto B Goodenow A Hutchtnson E llutchrnson B De Pew THIRD ROW J Mc Gory V Walters L Youngs M Prmm S Blauvelt R Dutcher S Frllrngham B Netlsen M Schrnk W Allen FOURTH ROW F Mc Gory A Stone A LaDue R Terwtlltger P Adams H Hathome J Pulver N Btlls B Mrller FIFTH ROW A Lambert J Perry M Colf G Ktda lowskr E Cromley J Brgham M Datlor J Van Wagner M Muckle SIXTH RON B Clark E Short F Zrmmerman B Terwrllrger M Grfford B Slaner K Henry S Srrckler B Fox B Gotts SEVENTH ROW C McW1llrams J Gage YN Lambert H Royer R Premru R Calman D Wetchcnthal lx Perry P Hyatt D Lrnzy K Phrllrps R Robson fy: ki- Left to Rtght SECOND ROW K Knopf E Lambert S Hey H Hudson B Burgess Mrss Goldthwatt W Mentor N Bogart M Behnke S Brown J l tr SECOND ROW L Velte J Antonro B Mosley J Walwrath J Jensen J Ketcuatn B McMrllan M Wood E Tomron B Stetzel A Hurlbutt M Campbell J Catlrn G Lead THIRD ROW B Berry T Premru E Jeffers D Stganowtch M Carr D Brrzzee K Nellrs J Black C Grfford B Hubbard R Humphreys R Clark FOURTH ROW A Royer V Derby V Felton R Wood E Pulver B Camrnett V Carson L Calman S Brown FIFTH ROW J Brgham B Frarey D Smtth V Campbell B Smrth S Ledgerwood J Flllrngham C Eddrngton C Bassage SIXTH ROW K Ltnzy C Mallaber D Scott R Hazel D Shepherd R Ketcham R Ketcham D Olsen I Velte I Wharton T McM1llan ' , - : . , . ' , . A , . , . ' , - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - , - ? 1 - , . I 3 . : .' . , . '. . . , . ', . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 ' l - U' 1 . , . , . , . ' ' , I . , . A 3 : . I , .- , . , . , . , . Y, . x , . , . 1 I . N' , . I Q, . , . ' . , . . w , X . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , ' . . ' ' f 1 7 . X , l . . I , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . Q V 'wi . Q it 1 M.. A- , 5 Q al D , - X . . .j' v I fvv L 15 C Oy . 0 41? -F, if-3 w 5 S 7 1 - S I - 7-5 1 , W . Y. . I 4 ' , A : , . , , , . , , ' ' ', , Flu, Nl V 1 I I 1 - n - 1 ' 1 ' 1 - :Ulwl - : . , . , . , . , . . ' ' , . ' ' - . , 1 , . , . , - , . ' , . . 1 ' : . ,- . , . , . , . , : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . - , . 5 V I : . , . , . , . , , - , . , . , . I I 1 ' 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - E XXX f . A , , , 1 M L, 'i R .T xx My x lux? Y Q 75 ' t 3 Left to Right FIRST ROW SEATED Norma Behnke SECOND ROW STANDING Florence Clarke Alma Lambert Ka Henry Beatr1ceTerw1111ge1' Beverly Fox Norma Bllls -'bij X? Left to Rrght FIRST ROW SEATED M1ssGo1dthwa1t SECOND ROW Francrs Mc Gory Rodney Frarey RaymondPr mru Phrlrp Hyatt .73and l Qi FIRST ROW l,efttoRxght T Premru A Royer E Cromley R Terwllliger N Hubbard D Van Wagner S Brizzee M Wood J Bagham B Terwllliger SECOND ROW R Philh s I Ga e D Hey C Mcwilhams L ood G Oswald D Scott T Jorgensen P eed ROW M lor ensen A Lambert N Bills E Frarey T McMillan I Warton Mr Kinyon FOURTH R W R. Ketcham F Clarke B Shane! I Van Wagner N Oliver L Hooghkirk K Mallabar FIFTH ROW K Perry J Frankovitch I McGory I Pulver B Robson B Clark B Gotts SIXTH ROW W Oswald F McGory R. Premru D Brizzee V Felton R. Ellis A Hutchinson W Allen E Short ZX in-Q nfneoo lc eww urn wang 1 The Se Go Po Staff for 51 Editor 1n Chlef Lrterary Edrtor Layout Editor BUSINESS Manager Exchange Edrtor Productlon Manager 52 IS as follows Barbara Clark Mary Colf Marion Scott Eleanor Short Lots Miles Loretta Carr Barbara Gotts 31 Q' 1' Circulation Manager Art Edrtor .Robert Palmanteer The purpose of the club IS to promote an interest ln the fleld of journahsm to establish and maxntarn high standards for the Se Go Po and other school pubhcanon and to encourage creauve wrmng S ' .9 Weeks of exciting rehearsals were climaxed by the production of the Broadway hit, "Best Foot Forward, " a three act comedy by John Cecil Holm. Under the able direction of Paul Berkowsky, of the Hobart Little Theatre Group, and supervised by John Smingler our English teacher, the play attracted a capacity audience on the evening of its presentation-November 9. Our only wish is that we could again experience the joy of producing the play. Bud Hooper fRodFrareyy finds himself in trouble galore when he discovers himself with two dates to the Winsocki Prep Senior Dance-one Helen Schlessinger fEleanor Shorty, a shy, sweet girl: the other Gale joy fVivian Waltersj, a glamourous movie actress. This leads to more troubleg causing Bud to be kicked out of the school by su-ict, commanding Dr. Reeber fRay Premruj. All ends happily, though, to the satisfaction of the entire cast. The other members of the cast fwho have a great deal of importance, are: Leon Pease, Phil Hyatt, Charles Bickel, Bob Robson, Barbara Clark, Marian Scott, Barbara Gotts, Mary Colf, Jim Clarke, lack Clarke, Bev Brown, Doug Pearson, and Bill Stickler. H of Bear , FOO ' 1 x 1 t i ,I X'-5 X l-s, ,. A S- -:E,Q!!!b 'A , Q rss,i f B l C vi . Q New fv Q4 45 ,SR fmxh DEWLR 5 ...---v x Cr E. SE M55 lei 6 MER! 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KVLV Nw F M' ,, L 5 L iif' 3'L 3 19, . 1 A W 6' "Shame ,Colm Lua' ' 6, JVIAL Www Q4 hw N51-5. i all - 3 FHA OFFICERS Presrdent Paulrne Nerlsen Vxce Presldent Patsy Adams Secretary Martha Grfford Treasurer Norma Brlls Parhamemarran Ruth Dutcher Hrstorran Jane Ausun 'QC A AA '31 FFA OFFICERS Presrdent Wrllram Snckler Vrce President Wrlbur Allan Secre tary James Norsen Treasurer James Gage Reporter Donald Stell Senunel Earl Frarey F ,r -- Q ka . E ,e 5 X , ' X X H"-is-, . xx 4 A ' A in, 1 3 ff A I " K I Lx Y I :L K: t ' . I .4 f - ,, i ' ' e , lr, xa.. 1 5' s , 2 A ,. , IL.. - . . : . - . - 5 - , 2 - . : . . - 4 - ' - . Y... is . f, .1 'F F A 1 10 - 5 A A -' ' ,V - V Q W - .-:. 1 .5 . 3 - , Q 5 0 .' x - if . u If ' 1 K f 'QQSQ ' - ' 5 , , D l U I Q' ' : O gl I J fi . N , 1 ' . ' . f x ' ,. L.: - -- . - . . . : . - . - . : - ' I ' I ' 3 . htm Nl. l """Ki Left to Rlght FIRST ROW H Hudson W Menter SECOND ROW E Lambert B Camrnett B Frarey B Hey K Knopf M Wood I Walrath THIRD ROW Mlss H Fuller J Blgham B McM1l1an I Jensen N Bogart S Hey I Footer C Gifford FOURTH ROW J Catlin J Capozzx E Tomlon R Wood I Ketcham FIFTH ROW J Black I Antomo B Mosley Left to Rxght, FIRST ROW, Mr. J. W. Keatmg, R. Gage, K. Lawrence, R. Hazel, G. Oswald, . Lambert, L. Pedersen, R. Angell, Mr. H, Shanklm, SECOND ROW B. Calman, J, Gage, I Sloth, T. McM11lan, B. Sutton, L. Wood, B. DePew, I Smlth, R, Townsend, D. Lmzy, THIRD ROW. R. Ketcham, D. Werchenthal, K. Perry N I Q T V X ,v ki ' .rim 'P I '- A Sh-'U ...W J, " V-3... ff. rr X Q . . 7 I 7 I Q P ' - , - , L w , T L L . ' , : . , . 5 : . , . , . , . , . , . , . g : . , . , . . . . . , . , . , . , : . , . , . , . , . 3 : AFP if OPERATOR r KSN N x""' is Left to Right, STANDING: H. Hoffman, L. Wood, A. Angell, I. Melious, L. Stage, V. Siganovich, KNEELING: A. Kirk, L. Rogers, H. Butterfield, H. Cripps, P. Blac Q W... 9' and ll A ,961 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: R. Dutcher, I. Frankovitch, S. Fillingham, M. A, Jorgensen Mrs. Butterfield, R. Premru, Mrs. Phelpsg SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stape, D. Weichenthal K. Perry Although they boast an unimpressive record of 3 wins and 14 defeats, outscored by their opponents 759 to 501, the situation is far from dismal. This has been a rebuilding season . . . several sophomores who might usually have been cgiven another year of experience were move up to the varsity to replace heavy grad- uation losses. We have played against sea- soned I. V. teams and have folded in the pinch where experience might have pulled us through. Several of the freshman, starting slowly, have made rapid strides, and prospects for next season are much brighter. V ,f Wx of f EN 'om- The thrills were many, the wins were few, Honeoye broke a sixty game losing streak at our expense, but still it has been an enjoyable season and we have had a good team spirit. All attempts to fill the shoes of last year's seasoned veterans, lost by graduation, have been to no avail. Inexperience and failure to hit the bucket in the clutch have played havoc with the records as Gorham won but4 of 17 ames. After the Honeoye loss, the boys came back strong to battle Red Jacket down to tge wire and win over Inter- laken and Middlesex Valley. Loss of Seniors Capt. Phil Hyatt, Asst. Capt Rod Frarey and Pete Hall will be felt, but there will be plenty of experience left to rebuild for next season. "For when, at last, the roll is called 'up yonder' and they come to check against your name, it matters not if you won or lost, but HOW YOU PLAYED THE GAM I" YK 650666 PH"- o1.z.y JOHN DER HELL i'r 1 lfl MHC xi: 4 Q 'Q' wx 'U ' Chee ww , LEST TO RIGHT: R. Phillips, A. Lambert, J. Perry, H. H3IhO1'Il, N. Bills, B. Millet. i 'Ike Cfwedeadefzo, LET TO RIGHT: S. Brizzee, D. Van Wagner, M. Jorgensen, L. Nageldinger, E. Cr0m1ey 4 QH4 WW 4' 7 gan HAI Left toR1ght FIRST ROW P Read B Lambert G Oswald SECOND ROW P Hall G MacDonald A Knopf D Mc Gory D Lmzy E Frarey W Gory P Hyatt P Freeman D Townsend Q 4 c -I--4 Left to Rlght FIRST ROW Mr Le Londe B De Pew E Frarey G MacDonald I Frankovitch D LaDue R Robson L Wood I Gage SECOND ROW Coach x'son J Van Wle B Polmanteer P Hall R Frarey D Mehous I Sulhvan Mr A 'ch THIRD ROW D Welchenthal, F. Mc Gory, I. MC GOIY, P. Freeman, P Hy Philhps, F. Pm, D. Wlckham I 'Q x 4 N na. " A S, R 7 . L is ' 59 . . ' ,V S fl a -- N4 T xg V 0 W4 I . C7 5 Q9 9 . A 5 5 3 0 X 4 S , , X I ff, 'A O.swa1d,' cohen Pierson? 'Tuirun Row: b. weichdnmil, B. Calnlan, F.'Mcl . V Q . I Q' I ul, 6' , I 49' I lg .10 9 .940 "gd l I I , -by 1 A I ' i , A I , .. 1 r , ' 'F 1 : ' I ' . v ' n .l Y , n .X -,. 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