North Rose Central High School - Rambler Yearbook (North Rose, NY)
- Class of 1953
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WARREN L. EDWARDS, Principal 1906-1941 - PAUL J. EDINGER, Principal 1941
We, the Class of "SS", on the 25th Anniversary of our school,
respectfully dedicate this edition of the North Rose Rambler to
Warren L. Edwards and to Paul J. Edinger, in honor of their ser-
vices to our school and community. Over a period of 25 years,
these two men have supervised our school with the objective in
mind of improving the school, raising its standard of education,
and helping the students to make the right choices and take part
in community affairs.
The principal of a high school has one of the most important
jobs in a community, for he is helping to shape the lives of the
future citizens of America.
We, the Class of "53", express to you, Mr. Edwards and Mr.
Edinger, our heartfelt thanks. May you both have many pleasant
and happy memories of our school life at N. R. C. S.
"we ARE PROUD" W
These walls are precious:
Thrilling, happy memories of those priceless, golden days-
A hard-fought game, a rousing cheer, and scintillating plays,
Boys and girls in classrooms have prepared for their vocation,
Many of them have made us proud, after graduation.
The laughter and the singing of our merry boys and girls,
Fun-loving, carefree boys, and little girls with curls,
Loyal sons and daughters cherish memories of the past,
'I'hey'll not forget N. R. C. S. as long as life shall last.
These walls speak volumes:
Here many students Ieamed the rules,
Recited many lessons, and used their many tools,
Boys whispered tender words of love a heap,
Which made the waiting heart of many girls to leap,
Teachers taught their boys and girls to rightly live
And of their very best in all of life to give,
Mr. Edwards and Mr. Edinger toiled each day of school
To teach all our children to observe the Golden Rule.
These walls belong to us:
"OUR ALMA MATER", strong and staunch it stands,
The work of many loving hearts and faithful hands,
Each student and each teacher who's a part of North Rose High
Will fervently and proudly "Raise her praises to the sky"-
The years may come, new lessons learned each day
But, "Memories of thee shall linger in our hearts for aye".
Parents, Teachers, Friends, we appreciate all that you have done-
We offer you our heartfelt thanks, God bless you everyone.
Celia E. French
fClass of '32J
EDUCATION IS AN INVESTMENT
The citizens of our community have a sense of pride and accomplishment when they look
at this well-cared for school building and campus. The greatest contribution which our
school has made within the last 25 years of its progress has been apparent in the lives of
those boys and girls who have attended our school during the last quarter of a century.
We can make no greater investment than in the lives of the boys andugirls of our com-
munity. Education is an investment in Democracy, it guarantees the American Way .of Life.
The boys and girls in our schools are the nation's best hope against insecurity, and
against Communistic aggression.
Our nation must be strong-strong enough to resist anything which would destroy our
national freedom, or our individual liberty. Let us preserve these freedoms, and with God's
help determine that America shall always continue to be "The land of the free, and the
home of the brave".
L. to R.: Seth Oaks, Helen Welkley, Warren Baldridge, Prcs.g Raymond McQueen, Gilman Marshall, Cecil
Champlin, Lloyd Gowers.
BOARD OF EDUCATIC
Many are the long hours which our Board Members
have donated so generously in trying to improve every
part of our educational system. In every situation we
feel that they have worked and are working for the very
best interests of the students, the teachers, and the
The greatest contribution which our school has made
within the last 25 years of its progress has been
apparent in the lives of the boys and girls, who have
gone from the halls of our Alma Mater to serve in their
community, their country, and their world of today.
We deeply appreciate the work of our Board Members,
and feel with them that no greater investment can be
made than in the lives of the boys and girls of our
Education is an investment in Democracy, and it
guarantees the future of our Freedom,-our American
Way of Life.
Clerk ofthe Board
and School Secretary
We appreciate you, Marian,
and all the many things which
you so willingly do for each
one of us. Your happy smile,
and your constant cheerfulness
have combined to make our
school days much happier
ones. Our wish for you is that
you will achieve success in
all you undertake and that you
will be happy always.
Row I, L. Lo R.: G. Amyot, L. Verbridge, P. Edinger, F. Knapp, R. Bailey. Row
2: J. Lyon, C. French, L. Miner, S. Serviss, F. Finch. Row 3: D. Gregory, D.
MacGregor, D. Van Wagenen, W. Paddock, C. Gillette, C. Rouke.
As we, the Class of '53, depart from the halls of our Alma Mater, we know now, that every year we live,
we will be grateful for your counsel and influence in helping to properly direct the course of our lives. We
thank you for your cooperation in everything which we, as a class or as individuals, have set out to accom-
plish, and your help in making it possible for us to attain our goal. We consider it a privilege to be able to
work under the guidance of such competent and friendly teachers as those we have in N. R. C. S.
Sow 5, gzhlf.: L. Waldron, G. Hunthp. PCEIICI, F. Durbin, Marsh, N. Crane.
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Mgzllister, Sfiikodelhlfllif Flatifallihgaynl. lgnor, J Klse ou L Gage E
l.. to R.: Steve Boyer, Arthur Maunder.
TO "STEVE" AND "ART"-
We say thank you for your friendliness
and your constant willingness to help. It
is through your efforts that our building is
kept clean and comfortable.
TO OUR BUS DRIVERS-
We express our sincerest gratitude.
Each day you have guided us safely to and
from our Alma Mater. We appreciate you,
your friendliness, and your thoughtfulness
of each child in your care.
TO OUR GOOD COOKS-
We say many thanks for the warm, tasty
lunches which were served throughout the
year. We appreciate your helpfulness and
the nourishing meals which you have pre-
pared for us.
L. to R.: Mrs. Lloyd Gowers, Mrs.
Arthur Goodsell, Mrs. Florence
Knapp, Mrs. Raymond MacDougall,
Mrs. Cecil Clingermau.
L. to R.: C. Briggs, E. llorn,
Fitch, D. Streeter, L. Richardson
DONALD MILLS SHIRLEY SMITH RUTH STATES
President Vice-President Secretary
"You cannot put the same "What's yours is mine, and "True love is the ripe fruit
shoe on every foot." what's mine is yours." of a lifetime."
DONALD VanWAGENEN WESLEY PADDOCK
"A great mind conceives "And who but feels that
the greatest things." half the joy is in the race."
"Her stature-Lallg I hate a
Student Council Representative
"There is merit without
elevation, but there is no
elevation without some merit."
"Emotion is the spark plug
that gets action."
Student Council Representative
"This above all-to thine
"Lock all your troubles in own self be true."
a big strong box, and then sit
on the lid and laugh."
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VIRGINIA BASTIAN THEODORE GARRISON
"What a man is,-so you "Don't give up afore the
must humor him." ship goes down."
"Never change when love
has found its home."
NOTE: Wonneken is an Ex-
change Student from Gronau,
"America, l love you,-the
Land ofthe Free."
"He was the mildcst man-
nered man that ever scultled
ship or cut a throat."
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WILLIAM BULMER ANN BARNABA
"Even good men like to "1 hope beyond the shadow
make the public stared' of a dream."
"lt is the mind that makes
the man, and our vigor is in
our immortal soul."
ISABE LLE MORGAN
"The road to success is
not paved smooth."
flames will complete the
requirements for graduation in
"All is fish that cometh
"For every why there must
be a because."
THE LMA JOHNSON
lThelma transferred to a
school in Florida last Novem-
"Wear a smile although you
feel like frowningf'
"May I ask a question?"
fAnn left in December, and
is living in Californial.
"The greatest curse that a
man can labor under is the
witchcraft of a woman's eye."
HOP ES TO BE
Out too late
You know what
That's a nice
Me don't know
Is that so?
That's the truth
What do ya mean?
I guess so
I don't know
For gosh sakes
I told you
What do ya mean?
' 'Queers "
N. R. C. S.
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Row 1, L. lo R.: J. Rose, O. VanSteen, S. McQueen, L. Catchpole, C. Catchpole, L. Jewell, T. Gillette,
A. Norris. Row 2: Mr. Gregory, G. DeVay, M. Price, C. Poole, E. Akins, B. Clingerman, R. Bastian, S.
l.aValley, Miss French. Row 3: P. Dickinson, R. Austin, R. Riggs, S. Spencer, M. Skutt, P. Kise, C. Wig-
field, S. Knox. Row 4: A. Avery, D. Hartley, W. Peck, E. Briggs, L. Frazer, M. Harper.
The Juniors began a busy year with a round and
square dance with music by the Rhythm Rangers. ln
November our very successful sale of Christmas candy
commenced. The day before Christmas vacation we
enjoyed a party in our room. We had a grab bag, and
On February 6, twenty-nine "Jolly Juniors" re-
ceived their long awaited class rings. March was
another month filled with activities. On the 20th, we
had a St. Pat's Dance, with music furnished by Ken
Malcolm and his orchestra. We also started selling
candy at Easter time.
On April 1 we had a dinner at Matteson's Restaurant,
followed by a party at school. This month also marked
the taking over of the candy store and the sale of the
The "Jolly Juniors" truly had a busy but a very en-
joyable year that will be long remembered as a happy
part of our school life.
C ASS OF I954
Loa Jane Jewell
Lynda Ch tc hpole
D. Hartley, P. Dickinson, S. McQueen
Student Council Representatives
Celia French, Don Gregory
Row I, L. to R.: johnson, B. Patchen, G. Fuller, M. Gillette, T. Hickey, R. Noyes, M. Anthony, G.
Bamaba. Row 2: Mr. Amyot, M. McDougall, A. Young, J. Salerno, J. Kershaw, D. johnson, N. Doolittle, L.
Clingerman, M. Case, Miss Vcrbridge. Row 3: L. Clingerman, G. Loveless, W. Davis, E. Berry, S. Caldwell,
E. Catlin, L. Lipshitz, T. Barnes, N. Jewell. Row 4: R. Matteson, Snyder, D. Bitter, D. jay, M. Lee, B.
Berry, M. Chapin, B. Rose. Row 5: G. Riggs, C. Prober, E. Champlin, D. McMahon, C. Davenport.
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Moore. Row 2: Mr. Bailey, G. Miraglia, L. jones, Hickey, Bastian, R. Hall, C. McQueen, C. Clingcr-
man, C. Sigel, Miss Lyon. Row 3: H. Godkin, C. Morgan, C. Finch, G. Avery, O. Shipley, L. Drury, A.
Drury, D. Smith, N. Lee. Row 4: L. Poole, L. Streeter, Price, C. Clingerman, F. DeWind, ll. Frazer, G
Russell, D. Frazer.
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Row 1, L. I0 R..' P. Burley, S. McGall, P. Richardson, S. Koenig, M. Briggs, I.. Van Kouwenherg, M. Young.
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Seated, L. to R.: C. DeVay, S. Smith, V. Bastian, W.
Bulmer, I. Morgan, A. Sigel. Standing: T. Fuller, Miss
French, A. Barnaba, L. Durham.
The members of the yearbook staff would like to express their gratitude to the students and
teachers who through their assistance have made this yearbook possible. Your cooperation and
willingness to work together has made the work seem much easier in addition to improving the year-
book. The '53 Rambler has evolved from an idea to a reality only through the efforts of everyone
who has contributed to the construction of this yearbook. As a class, we would like to thank you.
The officers of the '53 Rambler are: Editor-in-Chief, William Bulmerg Business Manager, Thomas
F ullerg Advertising Manager, Charles DeVayg Circulation Manager, Lloyd Durham, Art Editor, Ann
Pirwitzg Sports Editor, Ronnie Kalbfleischg Activity Editor, Isabelle Morgan, Photography Editor,
Shirley Smith, Typist, Ada Sigel, Associate Editors, Kay Miraglia and Virginia Bastian, Advisor,
TUDE T CGUNCIL
President . . . . . . Donald Hartley
Vice-President . . . . Thomas Hickey
Secretary ................. . ........ . ..... . . . . . . Ruth States
Treasurer . . . . . . ............................. Paul Dickinson
The Student Council began a busy year with the Campaign and Election of officers for the school
year. The first activity sponsored by the Council was the Halloween party. Then came the Christ-
mas Tea, with the soft music, the candlelight, which proved to be a most pleasant occasion.
This year we continued to sell Savings Stampsg this project was successful. Again we celebrated
Poor Riclmrd's Day, and some of the old costumes worn by both teachers and students were humor-
ous, as well as pathetic.
ln May we sponsored the Honor Banquet which was well attended. The Annual Prom was a gala
occasion, and festive with all the gay ribbons and flowers. The selection of the King and Queen
was a time of excitement and frm for all.
The Devotions this year were sponsored by the Council, each of the high school classes being
responsible for programs throughout the year.
One of the most enjoyable occasions of the year was a surprise party planned for Mr. Edinger.
We closed our busy year with the planning of the annual school picnics. We had a busy, but a
profitable and successful year working together for the improvement of our school functions.
Row 1, L. no R.: M. Clingerman, P. Dickinson, D. Hartley, R. States, T. Hickey, L. Powell. Row 2: 1.
Hickey, D. Colburn, L. Bliss, J. Hickey, C. Sigel, Miss Finch. Row 3: Mr. Bailey, K. Miraglia, N. Jewell,
S. McQueen, P. Meyer, E. Harrison. Row 4: L. Clingerman, T. Fuller, D. Mills, C. Catchpole.
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President . . . . . . Leonard Humbert
. ............ . . . . Marilyn Skutt
Secretary ....... . . . . . . . . . ...... Nancy Moore
Membership in Library Club means one work period besides a regular
meeting each week. Routine desk assignments, processing new books,
organizing displays and exhibits are some of the responsibilities.
Activities include the Book Week Tea, help with grade assemblies,
Open House at the Anniversary, sending a CARE k
pac age of books and a
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Standing, L. to R.: E. Briggs, B. Patches, Mrs. Marshall, D. Smith, F
Slate, A. Pirwitz, M. Gillette. Absent: M. Martin.
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L. to R.: N. Doolittle, S. Smith, T. Gillette, E. Cntlin
L. Jewell, R. States, N. Jewell, V. Bastian, K. Mira
glin, Director, Miss Verbridge.
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Row 1, L. to R.: M. Gillette, M. Horton, S. Knox, E. Catlin, S. McQueen, Miss Verbridge, V. Bastian, K.
Miraglin, M. Anthony, D. Gillette. Row 2: B. Patchen, N. Moore, E. Akins, T. Gillette, E. Harrison, G.
DeVny, M. McDougall, S. Smith, S. LnVa.lley, N. Doolittle, L. Clingerman. Row 3: L. Drury, L. Jewell, W.
Piesbergen, M. Chapin, B. Rose, S. Spencer, L. Catchpole, N. Jewell, P. Kise, C. Clingermnn, R. States.
Row 4: J. Hickey, L. Frazer, L. Streeter, A. Pirwitz, M. Skutt, A. Avery, C. Catchpole, T. Garrison. Row
5: W. Didrinson, J. Snyder, W. Peck, D. McMahon, D. Hartley, L. Poole, L. Clingerman.
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E R The 1952 season proved to be a successful one for the N.R.C.S. Booters. The soccer
squad gave all opposing teams a good scrap, while capturing the Wayne County C Cham-
pionship. At the end of the regulation season North Rose and Red Creek were tied for
the top in the C league. ln the play-off game, however, the N.R.C.S. kickers downed the
Red Creek squad 5-0. This win enabled the squad to enter the Section 5 tournament against
Bloomfield at Williamson. The North Rose team was defeated by Bloomfield 4-1, thus
ending the soccer season. Well done, boys!!
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Amyot,.j. Price, P. Dickinson, L. Clingerman, A. Avery, C. Finch, I. Andrews. Row 3: R. Matteson, E.
Champlxn, W. Bulmer, C. Clingerman, L. Poolg,
VG L L B L L Standing, L. to R.: C. Catchpole, D. Hartley, Coach Paddock, C. DeVay,
R. Kise. Kneeling: E. Champlin, D. McMahon, R. Kalbfleisch, W. Bulmer.
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This year's JV's showed a big improvement over last year's
record, with 7 wins and 9 defeats, as compared to 3 wins and
13 defeats last season. Although there were some stand outs,
the stress seemed to be on good team play. One of the teams
most heartbreaking defeats was their overtime loss to William-
son, one of the top IV teams in the league. One of their most
heartening wins, however, was their sensational victory over
Clyde's JV team. Congratulations boys!!!
Row I L to R Roger Bastian, Managerg L. Poole, D. McMahon, E. Champlin, D. jay, Ass't. Manager,
Keith Avery Row 2 I Hickey, C Finch, G. Fuller, T. Hickey, H. McMahon, Coach Paddock.
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usszll l btrcctct, llirkvy, R. Hall, R. Bastian. Rm: 9: U. Akinx, W
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MARCH l9 27 Norma nose cesrnm. scnooi.: FEBRUARY V928
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cosuensrous F o n N sw ' .
mu Dr. Graves Gwes
For so many years, "a new school
bonsai.. l',?2t?e2?,mL?5,m?"1i?at 'ii ff -
22212, an r. Q., a d,e.,m.m. soo ATTEND Exsnclsss HELD IN Aum.
true to be able to see the building R M
n actual rocess of erection. And
now the cornerstone ls laid.
da evening, January 18, were held 4
in the school auditorium, Wednes-
Wlthln the cornerstone has been y
placed a copper box which 00918-1115 the dedicatory exercises of the new
?1Dzh:'1gft1umlZi"ge afffggfg building for the Central Rural Dis-
:fve been mam, mmmmc sbecma, trict. The auditorium was filled to
mms when Wm that box some to its capacity, with interested friends
ugm' again? was win srigvin who Qgfgnlgigfsl, The Pfugfam fo' We
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Yiznvotozee uwtlllcc:-::,Sngi'Q rr:-iv 85:3 lriusic ... .... -... High Schoog0rcl11estra
they feel about these bits of 111509 nvocougxa """""" ev' Bssup
mation we have enclosed tor them? 1, L O K was o. d ioofoa d K
ll isa sliould noe be read for that " ' u S' Efiejgassm 01 oo' o
hun re years-t may ess y 4, .
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cuyituifai Simson win ioseiygor- ifce,P'auce Offguisgusoffeouigcuf
ohards still cover our holds, or will 'umoxaagggs gr FoPooGmf'ise" 1
they an be reoxaced by Leemmg N. Y. S. Commissioner ot Educati
factories? What will pupils be yuesem mm t Fl C rx C A
studying. What courses, what sub 1 aAcceomnc2g0E"Fk: '
jects? Millions of strange ques- Mrs DBMS M Catchiole
tlons. A wierd speculation,-what St' i S an Ed Banner
will the people say who find this al Aomag Mater
little copper box with its contents After me mgmm many ex
which has been placed inside me one inspected, the new building
cornerstone of the new school The guts presented were an
house. . . . - 1 ' -
Hers, aresome of the contents ot R25 'hS5o,:f?'f0g:g:e'gEf yoog'i1:g'2 'f
mm .xt 0. F.: a pictur-e,,Classes oi DR FRANK P GRAV ' '
bulgdgxgure of our present sebum and 226: aurniskgings oleic Teach- d ,,.,- bb
' er's es. oom yinem rs ot the ad ress in the state, I shall endeav-
sgxjgxeiuxogtxnfoxlmchaglie 32:23 present Faculty. D or to respond to any invitations that
in mu 1915 and 1916 luxcerpts from the address given are sent me to speax at the dedica-
Copxgs of me mst Au issues of hy Dr. Graves follow: ' U U lion 'in a centralized rural school
1 St u "The completion ot this building district. Nothing is more deserving
Souoo ofok m ti ned in is a great credit to the people ot of approval.
A oouyxo 1 o 23129 do rig me your community and l am proud to "The citizens who have made posf
Auguuu ozog V' o ego 55 x have a part in the ceremony ot sible such a sound and complete
ufoooseo bonu Rose outta dedication. It is one ot the hrst of high school training and the fathers
5f'uuo1- the numerous schoolhouses under and mothers who are sending their
A hoof ooooum wmou tous construction in centralized rural boys and girls here for mg 391-vice
about me vovillwev ooo industries sf-hool districts to be completed and of the community, state, and nation,
01 North Rose mug? throw wide its doors to the children are the most worthy of patriots.
A 111191 u151oW of tue movement who wish to secure a good high The citizen who is genuinely solici-
1o Sooufe ous uuuumg' 'rms fo' -school education near their own tous about the training ot the next
15195 that me 11151 movement re home. generation and the parent who sees
WMP CODHOUGWOH Occuffed 111 '-in my yuugment there is nothing to it that his my or gin receives
lair, and traces the story oi the more important in this great state the best opportunities, is inspired
COBSOHGHHOD, Bild the P18115 101' of ours than the education of the by the same sort of patnotism and
919011011 of 1119 511'uo1u1'e- young people of the farm, and I am loyalty as the soldier ln battle or
Statlstlcs to show school growth ,ery happy to See that many places me smtesmen in me senate halls.
from 1911 W0 1927- in the state have awakened to the "Peace hath her victories as well as
necessity of this education and are war."
requesting state help to form cen-
tral districts in order that they may
have it. It l never make any other
North Rose Central School Marks 1953
25th Anniversary of Dedication
SCHOOL FETES 25TH YEAR-Miss Won-
IGKII Plesbergen, German exchange student,
pour! coffee at 25th anniversary celebration
of North Rose Central School last night. Sland-
North Rose-Yesterdays 25 An-
niversary' Celebration at the North
lose Central School will long be
rememlxred by the townspeople.
Allii of the last quarter of a
century, former faculty and School
ltlrd members and interested
Nlldtnta of the surrounding area
illed the auditorium and over
flowed into the corridors, while the
Anniversary program was in pro-
gress during the evening.
The North Rose Central School'
building was dedicated Ian. 18,
i928 after the faculty and student
body had moved in 3 few days
before. This is North Rose's third
school building . . . the first being
the old Red School house and the
second a brick structure known as
District 2, according to Fred
Thclnas of North Rose. who was
a member of the School Board at
the time of the dedication of the
The North Rose school system is
unique in that it has had but two
school principals and two First
Grade Teachers in 50 years. Both
school chiefs, Warren L. Edwards,
who was Principal of the school
system 35 years previous to the
beginning of the current Principals
term of office in 1941, and the
present school chief, Paul Edingcr
were honored in yesterday's Anni-
Miss Pauline Porter, who 27
years ago succeeded the first grade
teacher. the late Miss Lela Rose
Kto whom Miss Porter herself went
to school! was in charge of an ex-
hibit of pictures of yesteryear, show-
ing the faculty members and
students of 25 years ago.
1'he principal, Paul Edinger, ex-
tended a welcome to the many visit-
ors and lmes Kovacs delivered the
anniversary address, entitled "A
New Lease on Democracy."
ing is Mrs. Claude Collier of North Rose,
member of 1929 graduating classg seated, Mrs.
Ethel McAllister also of class of '29. Right,
Mrs. Horace Putnam, Wayne Center, hostess
Open house followed the program
in the auditorium and refreshments
were served by the school's Home
Economics Department. Mrs. Hor-
ace Putnam of Wayne Center, a
graduate of the class of 1929, was
the official hostess.
In the afternoon a special anni-
versary assembly was held at 1:30
p. m. for the present student body.
Special tribute was paid the mem-
bers of the 1828 school board,
namely R. L. Oaks, presidentg
George Mitchell, Mrs. George
Catchpole, Frank Hill and Fred
Thomas, the only one of the group
present at the anniversary yesterday.
Paul Edinger, chairman of the
Anniversary Committee, was assist-
ed by representatives from the vari-
ous civic, fraternal and religious
organizations of the community.
Chief among these were Seth Oaks.
of the present School Board: Vir-
ginia Winchell, who was a member
of the freshman class the year the
school building was dedicated: Harry
Panrick, president of the Literary
Society fwhich organization insti-
gated the anniversary celebrationj:
auline Porter, both an alumna and
faculty member: Fred Thomas,
Orrin M. Smith, Warren Baldridge,
Florence Finch, Geor e Amyot,
Mrs. Horace Putnam, Orlando Mon-
roe, Charles Oaks, Lloyd Richard-
son, Florence Quereau and Larry
Clingerman of the NRCS Student
A total of 414 have graduated
from the NRCS building since its
dedication in l928, at which time
600 people jammed the auditorium
to hear the New York State Com.
missioner of Education Frank B.
Graves deliver the dedieatory ad-
last will anh Testament
On the 19th day of june in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
fifty-three, we, the Class of 1953, of North Rose Central School, Town of Rose,
in the County of Wayne, and the State of New York, being sad at heart at leaving
our Alma Mater, but of perfect minds and memories, do make and ordain this our
last will and testament.
I, Teddy, leave my '36 Olds to Bicket for taking out those Wolcott gals.
I, Lloyd, leave my curly locks to Earl Briggs. I use "White Rain" Shampoo, Earl.
I, Bill, leave my 6 ft. 2 in. in height to Roger Bastian so he won't have to reach
up to kiss those girls.
I, Ada, leave my quiet manner to John Kershaw.
I, Don, leave my ability to stay out of accidents to Bill Peck.
I, Tom, leave all my arguments to Mr. Bailey. I'm sure he's the only one that can
figure them out.
I, Terry, leave my cows and farm work to Leon Frazer.
I, Ronnie, leave my big appetite to Phyllis Kise.
I, Ann, leave my day dreams to Marilyn Skutt.
I, Dick, leave my wise cracks to Paul Dickinson.
I, Izzy, leave my giggles to Marlyn Price.
I, Kay, leave my ability of "hooking" to Lynda Catchpole.
I, Chuck, leave my long legs and Dutch accent to Chuck Catchpole.
I, Ruthie, leave my good looks and pleasing personality to any junior girl who
could make use of them. -
I, Shirl, leave my shortness to Don McMahon.
I, Leonard, leave my studious attitude to Chuckie Morgan.
I, Jimmie, leave my mild manner to all Freshmen and Sophomore boys. l'm sure
you boys need it.
I, Ann P., leave my "f1irtatious weepers" to Thelma Gillette.
I, .Wonneli, leave my love for America to all N.R.C.S. students. You really should
appreciate this country, kids. .
I, Ginny, leave my love for books to Miss F inch and all future librarians.
I, Calvin, leave my love for old ialopies to Earl Champlin.
I, Thelma, leave my happy smile to all students of N.R.C.S.
I, Wes, leave my "liking for soup" totjane Rose.
I, Pete, leave all my Seniors to the big wide world. Lots of Luck, Seniors.
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SENIOR PLAY "We Shook the Famlly Tree" Class of 53
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Sodus, N. 'Y.
TO OUR ADVERTISERS
We, the Class of '53, wish
to thank all of our advertisers
who have so loyally supported
our school Yearbook. It is
because of each one of you that
we are able to make this
"Rambler" a success. It is a
pleasure to get acquainted with
you, and it contributes to a
closer contact between you,
the school and the community.
We hope that you will enjoy
this 25th Anniversary issue of
the Yearbook, and we wish to
convey to you our deepest grat-
THE BEACON MILLING CO.
Auburn, N. Y.
Glenn A. Mills Representative
Red and White
Alton, N. Y.
itude. Phone: Sodus 2427
MURPHY 'S Jeweler
Sodus' N' Y' STUDIO
Sodus, N. Y.
0 Of f ALTON
FERRELUS KNAPP DRUG co. HOTEL
M ' d WESTERN AUTO
en 8 an "The Rexall Store" STORE Alton, N, Y,
Sodus, N. Y.
Sodus, N. Y.
Pasturized Milk and Cream
Q Fruit in Season I
North Rose New York
i JEWELERY ' ,. ,
Compliments C0mP11ment5 Compliments
' of Diamonds, of of
COFFEE CUP Watches ENGLESON and woLcoTT CAR
Wolcott N. Y. Pensets Sterling TRUCK SALES
Silver Sets Wolcott N. Y. Wolcott N. Y.
Clyde N. Y.
ciyde N. Y. Clyde New York
Wolcott N. Y.
Best Wishes to the Class of '53
DAIRYLEA ICE CREAM
24 Clark St. Auburn New York
KNOTTY PINE STR.EETER'S
North Rose, N. Y. SUNSET FARMS Wolcott N. Y.
Compliments , ' C 1-
of Q De11vered to Your Horne, omp lznents
Wolcott N. Y.
Wolcott N. Y
Phone 454 Newark, N. Y.
WOLCOTT COOP. G. L. F.
Fine people Feed, Seed, Fertilizer
North Rose Phone 5281
Spray Materials, and
Farm Supplies of all kinds
1 . Wolcott
Compliments C0mp11me1'1tS New York
' Service Farm
DAGEL S BO-KAY JOE GHENT store store
SHOP 7021 6511
North Rose, N. Y. North Rose, N. Y.
GERMANIUM DIODE CENTER OF THE WORLD
Clyde, N. Y.
Resort, N. Y.
Class of '53
High Pressure Concentric
Sales 8: Service
North Rose, N. Y.
1- yr A 'Mfwgf
Wolcott N. Y. STORE
of Wolcott N. Y.
M v QUEREAU'S DEPT. STORE
Groceries - Clothing
F - S ' G d
Compliments ootwear porting oo s Compliments
of North Rose, N. Y. of
Wolcott N. Y.
Wolcott, N. Y.
Compliments Wolcott, N. Y.
oAKs ar soN h
North Rose, N. Y. Compliments Compliments
MALOY BROS. CASH MARKET
Clyde, N. Y. Clyde, N. Y.
LAKE SHORE NEWS
O 'BRIENS 'S
Compliments Ba ers
Clyde New York
- FRANTZ-MARSHALL INC.
Richfield Petroleum Products
Clyde New York
Headquarters for Drugs,
Prescriptions and Cosmetics
THE REXALL STORE
Clyde New York
. l Used Parts
Restaurant And 24 Hour
GRECO BROS. Used Parts
Prop And 24 Hour
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Best Wishes owlng ervlce
Clyde, New York
Rose New York
and ICE CO.
North Rose New York
Class of '53
GREEN DAIRY FARMS
0. A. SKUTT CO.,INC.
Wolcott, N. Y.
f Jewelers for Half a Century
WELLS M. DODDS
North Rose, N. Y.
At the Clock
Wolcott N. Y.
DRURY 8: SON
EDWARDS SHOE STORE
Wolcott, N. Y.
CLYDE AUTO SALES
Sales 8: Service
Clyde, N. Y. Phone 2591
OLNEY HCARPENTER. INC.
Wolcott, N. Y.
Clyde, N. Y.
CLYDE MILLING CORPORATION
SCHULER'S FOODS INC.
Always ask for Schulers
French Fried Potatoes
Cheese Corn Sticks
Peanut Butter Corn Sticks
Metered Gas Service
NORTH ROSE SUPPLY CO.
North Rose, N. Y.
RADEL 'S HOTEL
RAY D. VAN DUSEN
Grocery and General Merchandise
Frozen Foods and Meats
Open 8 A.M. To 10 P.M.
Weekdays and Sundays
Resort, New York
Phone No. Rose 5521
WAYNE TRACTOR 8: IMP. CO
Dearborn Farm Equipment
Sales and Service
Phone 6521 Clyde, N. Y.
Congratulations, Class "53"
We Wish You All Success
CLINT and GORDON
North Rose, N. Y.
A. R. KETCHUM AND SON
Purina Chows and Blue Coal
Phone, Clyde 3321
Compliments of Robinson's
Rose, New York
nize your local Airport
The only airport operating between Rochester and Syracuse
Open on Saturday 8: Sundayg Instructor at field on Sunday
You can learn to fly.
Learn to fly the 2. latest Piper Models:
125 Super Cub
3 miles from Clyde
4 miles from Lyons
1 mile North of Rout
Phone Clyde 3181
C omplim ent s of
SALTER CANNING COMPANY
North Rose, N. Y
YANCEY'S GARAGE of
WEAR SHOP Appliances DR. JOHNSON
Men's and Young
Phone 3831 Clyde, N. Y.
Wolcott, N. Y.
Compliments Congratulations ComP1imentS
to the Class of '53 from Of
K RR BALDY'S
I. G. A. STORE
WOLCOTT DRY CLEANERS GULF STATION
Wolcott, N. Y.
Wolcott, N.Y. Phone 6622 Clyde, N. Y.
' I There is a Better Way of Living INTERNATIONAL
LATHAM S HARVESTER
Of Course It's Electric.
PHARMACY A. G. 5-Inutchinson
R. G. a. E. C'
North Rose, N. Y.
YOUR FRIENDLY SERVICE W01C0t'C. N- Y-
PETROSINO Compliments Success to the
Tailors N H, V M 1
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Moth Protection M.
Call and Deliver 3571 N01'th Rose STORE"
M0ndaY 8' Feed ----- Coal ----- Spray Materials Clyde' N' Y'
Thufsdav Phone 4611
Best Wishes SEELYE LADDERS
Manufactures of Ladders and
to the Home Furniture
Class of '53 Wholesalers and Retailers of
Ladders, Lawn Furniture
Lumber and Hardware
North Rose Phone 3791 N. Y.
A MARSH COAL CO.
Rose Phone 3978 New York
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om? men S soULEs SERVICE STATION
Gulf Gas 8: Oil
Clyde New York 1 North Rose New York
Otco Admiral Van Elect
Grand Champion Bull
Wayne and Seneca County
We have many other Blue Ribbon
Winners. We have breeding
stock for sale.
Congratulations Seniors of '53
Maynard Hall And Sons
Rose New York
KEUKELAAR 8: F ORSHEE
General Motors Trucks
Wolcott, N. Y.
Compliment s of
Clyde, N. Y.
A good fishing
Resort, N. Y.
Jack Van Steen
AY BRIDGE INN
H. B. PLAMER
Wolcott, N. Y.
RUSSELL FUEL AND SUPPLY
Harold S. Mann
Distinctive Supplies, Equip
Everything for Building Funeral Bar-sheet Tubes
ESSO Products Markers 8: Wheels fm'
Old Cornpany's Coal Monuments SPraYe1'3
Wolcott Phone 6341 N. Y. Clyde New York Clyde New York
I W, G, BRAMER BAY BRIDGE GROCERY
Toyland JOE S Groceries-Cold Cuts
Whitman's Candy Used Cars ESSO Gas and Oil
Cards Clyde New York Aanel H. Wilcox
Clyde N. Y. Ridge Road-Route No. 104
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