Southwestern Central High School - Centralian Yearbook (Jamestown, NY)
- Class of 1951
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Table of Contents
Introduction . . .
Seniors. . .
Classes. . .
Activities. . .
Sports ..... .
Advertisements. . . .
o our par-ents, Whose
loving guidance and
understanding have led
us through the years.
southwestern central school
Enrollment fGrades Kdg.-65 7 7 Y 1009
Enrollment QGraclcs 7-121 7 ,7,, - 502
Teachers 7 7. 7 7 7 ,Y,77,V V7 72
Nurses 7 A
Librarians 7 . 3
Dental Hygienist 7 7 1
Custodians ,.,, 7 ,,,. 7 7 ,7 77 7
Custodians fPart Timej 7 ,,.. -1
Cafeteria Workers 7 .,e,,eee,,e.. 15
Pupils Transported by Bus Daily ,,,e. .,.. 1 000
Bus Drivers 77 ,.,,.,,,,,.....,.,., 12
Busses 7 77 12
Station Wagons 7 3
School Truck ,,,,.,,,,. 77 .,,.,,, 7. .,,,.,,,.s,. . . .... . .,....,,,,.s,..,.....,,,,.., 1
Driver Training Cars fD0dges from Ralph Austin, Inc.j ee,,v, ,,......., 2
Estimated Value of School Property 7 77 7777777777777 . 77777777 7 7777 51,165,000
ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM-BUSTI, CELORON, LAKEWOOD
Director, Harold johnson
Sections 7. 7
Enrollment 777.777.77.777..77.. 77,7777.7777,7,,,,, - ,,,,,,-,,,,,Ys,,77i ,,7,,wV,,,,,,,,,,A,--,-,,,,, ,AV,,,A-,--, . - b
Classes cover six fields: Art and Crafts, Commercial, Vocational, Homemaking,
Health and Physical Education, Driver Training.
Guilt- f rs. -'ii-is 'ii' . -u'-: 5. " rs. Strailiimixi, Mr, Snnnv.
N l M Iiiuxth rlik Irlilku M
Sl:inililnr7Mr, Davis. Mr. Johnson, Mr. l':irlsi.n. Mr. XV:irlnw, Mr, Siguins,
board of education
MR. KENNETH SONNE heads the Board of Education this year as its
president, with Mrs. Mary Stranigan as vice president. Mrs. Margaret
Farnsworth is clerk and Mrs. Florence Cvotts, treasurer. Other members
are XValter Davis, jr., john Siggins, Harold Fosberg, Verne Johnson,
Harvey Carlson, Lorin Wa1'low, and Dr. E. W. Pilkey. The Board meets
every second Wfednesday evening at Lakewood and every fourth Wecliwes-
day at Celoron.
The six committees set up by this organization are: the Finance
Committee. Dr. E. W. Pilkey, chairman, Building and Grounds Commit-
tee, Lorin NXfarlow, chairman, Transportation Committee headed by
Wtiltei' Davis, Visitation and Teachers' Committee both headed by Mrs.
Stranigang and the Athletic and Music Committee, Harvey Carlson,
chairman. Through these committees and other activities, the Board of
Education is doing a splendid job in makingSouthwestern Central Schofll
a more united system. They have a great responsibility, but they are
willing to serve because they are public spirited and have an interest in
the youth of the community. -B. G. L. '51
Seutvml-Mrs. WaLson, Miss lieiehel, Mix-is 'l'iiek, Mr. Miller, Mrs, Dennii-ion, Miss I.:-pus, Mrs. Ri-eyes
S1iiii1lHil+Mr. Meliiiy, Mrs. Hziteh, Mr, Shevalitr, Mrs. ML-Kny, Mrs. Chase, Mi. llore, Mr. Munsm
Mr. Morris, Miss Piirkvr, Nlisn Sackett, Mrs. Rholrs, Miss Jones, Mrs. He-lgren.
high school teachers
Ifulton McKay . . Principal Celoron Branch . . . B.S .... M.Ed .... lidinboro, St. Bona
lfrances M. Chase . . . M.S. Commerce. . . N.Y.S. Ct. Albany . . . Commercial .
Myrtle Dennison . . . IB. of E. Fredonia . . . junior High Mathematics . . . junior Dance
Club . . . Eighth Grade Sponsor
Marjorie Deuink . . . Fredonia . . . junior High English . . . Junior Dramatic Club . .
Seventh Grade Sponsor
l'ernice l.. Hatch .
. . A. B. Allegheny . . . English and Latin . . . Centralian . . . Honor
Society . . . Senior Class Sponsor
Alice If. jones . . . B.A., M.A., Syracuse, Columbia . . . Mathematics and Biology . .
Student Council . . . Sophomore Sponsor
Marabel King . . . A.B. Houghton . . . Grade 3 Palmers Corners
Pauline -Lopus . . . Fredonia . . . Junior High School Studies . . . Secretary S0llIl1VVCSlCl'1
Dorothy McKay .
n . . . Teen-Age Talent Club . . . Assembly Chairman . . . Grad
. . Jamestown General Hospital, R.N. . . . Treasurer Celoron Faeultj
fffmiliflllerl on Page 141
Cloise Swearingen . . .
l,akew ood Branch
A.B.. B.S.P.E., M.Ed., Syracuse, St. Bonaventure . . . Principal
Doris Barrows . . . R.N., Crouse lrving Hospital . . . School Nurse and Attendance
Mildred Burk . . . lfredonia . . . junior High Mathematics . . . Centralian . . . Grade 8
l.ois T. Camp . . . B.A., Syracuse . . . Senior High English . . . Secretary Faculty Club
. . . Sophomore Sponsor
Gwendolyn Carlson . . . B.S., Brockport . . . Physical Education, Science, Health . .
-lunior Dance Club . . . Senior Dance Club . . . Girls' "S" Club
Pauline N. Cook . . . A.B., Houghton . . . High School Languages . . . National Honor
Society . . . Senior Sponsor
Pasqual lfederico . . . B.S., Edinboro . . . Industrial Arts . . . Mechanical Drawing
Virginia Rl. Hall . . . B.S., Edinboro . . . Art, Grades 1-8 . . . Coach junior Play
Milton C. Harp . . . B.S., Allegheny . . . High School Mathematics . . . Baseball Coach,
l"resliman lfootball, Basketball Coach . . . Grade 7 Sponsor
Robert H. Habich . . . B.A., Allegheny . . . Social Studies, Biology . . . Troy Tribune
. . . Sophomore Sponsor
lidith S. Helgren . . . B.S., Buffalo . . . Art . . . Poster Club
l.illian Nelson . . . B.S., Fredonia . . . Music . . . Chorus
QCOnfimn'u' on Page 141
i, r ..4.qw-y -"T'2'2z""""l'i' .. i i 1. -M4 3,....,,.-,,3,,,-gmritli
HL'2lll'1lfMlNS llull, Mrs. Burk, Mrs. Roeknmn, Mrs. Ulmer. Mrs. Jones, Mr, Swenringun, Mr, Mzithewgon,
Slzinillmr-Mrs. Nilson, Mis. Catnip, Miss Cook, lvlrs. Peake, Mrs. liuitows, Mrs. Uurlson, Mr. Wash-
burn, Mr. Wi-iss, Mr. Harp, Mr. Habit-h. Mr. Windoft, Mr. lfeslerieo.
Seated-Mrs. H. Johnson. Mrs, ll. Johnson, Mrs. Mclntyre, Mrs. Law, Mrs. Hayes.
hlululing-Mrs. bmi-h, Mrs.. G oss. Mrs. l-'aulkner. Mrs. Gooch, Miss Tuh-n, Miss Larson, Miss
l'nrkhurst, Misa Asiderly, Mrs. llueslis.
Eleanor E. A. Adderly . . . Potsdam . . . Grade Six . . . Member Executive Board
Olive Faulkner . . . Edinboro . . . Grade S . . . P.T.A. Executive Board
Esther Gooch . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 3
Mildred A. Gross . . . Edinboro . . . Kindergarten Mothers, Club
Margaret S. Hayes . . . Brooklyn . . . Grade 4 . . . President Ccloron Faculty Club . . .
Recreation director, Celoron School
Esther S. Huestis . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 1
Helen N. johnson . . . Buffalo . . . Grade 1
Ruth F. Johnson . . . Fredonia . . . Grade S
Marabel King . . . B.A., Houghton . . . Grade 3
Edith Larson . . . Clarion . . . Grade 1
Alice Blaisdell Law . . . B.S., Fredonia . . . Grade 2, Glidden . . . Secretary Celoron
Helen H. Mclntyre . . . A.B., Alfred . . . Grade 6
Harriet M. Parkhurst . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 4, Glidden
Virginia Ransom . . . B.S.. Edinboro . . . Grade 2
Alma Smith . . . Fredonia . . . Kindergarten . . . Kindergarten Mothers' Club
Elizabeth Rulifson . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 2
Edna Tulen . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 3 . . . Glidden
llclen Alexander . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 2
lidna G. Anderson .... l fredonia . . . Grade 4
llelen Bryner . . . Fredonia . . . Treasurer Lakewood Faculty Club . . . Grade 5
Norma Crawford . . . B.S., liredonia . . . Grades 1 and 2, Busli
Katherine Copeland .... liredonia . . . Grade 1
-leanette lluller . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 4
Allene li. Graliam . . . Grades 3 and 4, Busti
Beatrice Greenwald . . . ll.S., liredonia . . . Grade 6
Margaret Holrnstrom . . . lfredonia . . . Grades 1 and 2, WL'lll11Lll1 Road
Myrtle johnson . . . BS., lidinboro . . . Kindergarten
lfrnestine Klomp . . . liredonia . , . Grade 1 . . . Secretary l'.T.A.
,Iuva Neuendorf . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 2
Martha Peterson . . . Fredonia . . . Grade 6 . . . Vice President Lakewood lfaeulty Club
lflczrenee U. Quinette . . . ll.S., MA., Kent State University, Michigan State College . .
Gliarlotte M. Scllrader . . . Miami University . . . Grade S . . . Vice President Soutli-
western Teachers' Ass'n
lilorence XV. XY'.1sl1burn . . . li. of lid., liredonia . . . Grade 5
lftliel NY'.1tt.un . . . Greenville . . . Grade 3
Gladys l.. XY'eiss . . . B.S.. Buffalo State . . . Kindergarten
Allene ll. Xlf'illian's . . . liredonia . . . Grade 3
Si-ntmlfMiss VVeiSS. Mrs. lirym-:'. Mrs. Wzzslxlwliiri. Il1i.sAls1xam3er, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Neuendorf
fiturulimz-Miss Greenwald, Miss l'x:iwford. Mrs, Selirailvr, Miss Qiiim-He. Miws l-'ulli'r. Miss VVilliums
Mrs. Andersen, MRS W'al1zil11, Mrs. Grzxlium, Mrs. Klump.
cCOHfiHul'd from Page 101
W. A. Miller . . . A.B., A.M., Wittenburg . . . Physics . . . General Science . . junior
Robert A. Morris . . . B.A., M.Ed., Allegheny . . . St. Bonaventure . . . Social Studies
. . . Camera Club . . . Sophomore Sponsor
E. Eugene Munson . . . A.B., Gannon . . . Edinboro . . . Social Studies, English . . .
Driver Training . . . Basketball Coach
Floy E. Parker . . . B.S. Buffalo . . . Geneseo Library School . . . Librarian
Ethel Reeves . . . Rochester Dental Dispensary . . . Dental Hygienist
Peggyann Reichel . . . B.S. in Art Ed., Buffalo . . . Art . . . Junior High Dance Club
Ruth W. Rhodes . . . B.S. Cornell . . . Home Economics . . . Senior Dance Club
jack Rose . . . Oswego . . . Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing . . . President South-
western Teachers' Ass'n.
Patricia Sackett . . . Fredonia . . . Music . . . Chorus
Richard G. Shcvalier . . . B. S., M.A., Cortland-Columbia . . . Health and Physical Edu-
cation . . . Volley Ball Coach
Adelee Tack . . . B.S., Brockport . . . Physical Education . . . Dance Club
Edward Turner . . . B.S., M.A., Fredonia, New York University . . . Band and Orchestra
Gladys A. Watson . . . A.B., Hunter . . . English, Business Arithmetic . . . Masqueraders
. . . National Thespian Society
CCOntinued from Page llj
Adeline P. jones . . . B.S., Syracuse . . . Home Economics . . . Cafeteria
Lucy Darrow Peake . . . Library Economy . . . Syracuse University . . . Librarian
Martha C. Rockman . . . Plattsburgh . . . Commercial . . . Treasurer, Extra-Classroom
Funds . . . Freshman Sponsor
joseph E. Rushin . . . B.S., M.S.E., Stroudsburg, University of Pennsylvania . . . Health
and Physical Education . . . Varsity S . . Football . . . Track . . . Junior Varsity
Alberta M. Ulmer . . . B.S., Buffalo . . . junior High School Social Studies . . . Grade 7
Wellington C. Washburn . . . B.S., M. of Ed., Buffalo, St. Bonaventure . . . junior High
English . . . President of Lakewood Faculty . . . Assembly Program Chairman . . .
Henry C. Weiss . . . A.B., M. of Ed., Houghton, St. Bonaventure . . . Science . . .
Treasurer, Southwestern Teachers' Ass'n . . . Camera Club . . . Freshman Sponsor
B. L. Windoft . . . B.S., Edinboro . . . 10th and 11th Social Studies . . . Driver Training
. . . Junior Sponsor
NIRS. lVlADlfLlNE SWANSON,
a graduate of Bryant and Stratton
Business College, serves as clerk in
the Lakewood ollice. Her friendly
manner and smile are matched
only by her secretarial ability.
Serving all those Connected with
the school, she has a variety of
duties to perform. Her friendly,
etlicient service is appreciated
alike by administration, teachers
MRS. ELDORA CARLSON.
ollice secretary at the Celoron
Branch, is pleasant, versatile, and
efficient. ln addition to the many
details of oiliee work which she
daily performs, Mrs. Carlson is
always willing to help teachers
with special work such as typing
and duplicating class material. She
also acts as treasurer of the extra
classroom funds for all clubs and
CELORON CAFETERIA WORKERS
Mrs. Younguuisi, Mrs. lnrhu, Mrs. Svhuti.. Mrs. Amlvrrmn, Mrs, Alnnzrvn.
LAKEWOOD CAFETERIA WORKERS
Mrs. llurlvr. Mrs. Kmnvltun. Mrs, Murfh, Mrs, Ala-xamlvx-, Mrs, llurlhut. Mra. Rusa.
ROLLIN T. SANDBERG
I resident-silent, typo--misoizynist
-always busy-quiz kid-rlass
loader-Loblaw's - Boys' State-
Ccntralian Sta,lI'-National Honor
Society - Salutatorian -- James-
town Community College.
GERALD CLARKE PETERSON
Vice Presidvnt-jenn-r-easy xm-
ing-Celoron'a M.C.-sweater boy
- Casanova - Plymouths -
Dramatic Club l'rcx.-Intramurals
Dance Club--donkey basketball-
"Svventcenth Summer" -- Vutxr-
Secretary- personality plus-"My
sister!" - winninu ways -- Busti
starts-"Cheaper by the Dozen"-H
Chorus-"Peep-bo" -- Dance Club
-Scxtettc-Rho Delta Phi.
CAROL M. PARKER
Treasurer, National Honor Society
"Dick" - Chorus - Band - Cen-
tralian Co-editor - Intramurals -
All-State -- "Pitti-Sing" - Rho
Delta Phi -- Brockport - Valedic-
BARBARA G. LaQUAY
So-o-o tall - stuclious - maidenly
hlushes-"Bob"-scooter rides -
National Honor Socioty-Chnrus-
"Yum-Yum" - Double Sextet -
Rho Delta Phi.
President five consecutive years-
All around boy - Ladies' Man --
National Honor Society -- Boys'
State - Baseball - Football -
Basketball - Track - Boys' "S"
Club - Intramural Volleyball -
Bowling: team-Senior and Junior
Play - "Ann" - Valedictorian.
Vice President - The quiet typo?
-"Holy Cow" - D.A.R. repre-
sentative - Girls' llowlinz -
Honor Society-Senior and Junior
Plays -- Class ofllcer throuizhout
the years - Classniszht Commit,-
tvo - Dance Club - Camera Club
--.l ournalism Club-Salutatorian.
Vivacious and rharmimz - Secre-
tary - President. Girls' Club -
Cheerleader 4 years - Dance Club
-Journalism Club - Class Night
Class:-" The Campbells Are Com-
ing" - Opt-rettas '48, '49, '50 -
Treasurer - Man with the Buick
friend - Corridor Cassenova -
Art Metal Scholarship Quiz -
Sports cnthu:-iiast - liowlins: -
Hardworker - Football - Base-
ball - Track - Intramural Bas-
ketball and Volleyball -- Senior
and Junior Play-Boys' "S" Club.
A uelcome newcomer from Bemus
Central - Student Council Secre-
tary 1 Centralian Staff - Dance
Club - Intramurals - Hall mon-
itor - Friendly.
Good-natured - store kreper -
easy going - football end - bas-
ketball - Band - "Seventeenth
Summon" - All-State - Sigma
Gamma l'hi - Student Council
l'rcs. - donkey basketball.
Tall 'n' smooth--A-1 wardrobe-
industrious - Crystal editor -
"Seventcvnth Summer"-M native?-
'Oh those eyes l" 1 Ashville -
Artistic capers-Senior and Junior
Play - Dance Club - "S" Club
- Contralian Staff - Crafts -
Chorus '50 - Operetta '50 -
Girl Shy -- U29 Model A" - Hid-
den dcsires - Pennsylvania man
- Deep Music - Mathematical
worries - Sports minded - Base-
ball - Track - Boys' "S" Club.
Quiet Type 173 - Skyscraper -
Field and Stream - Sister trouble
Track - Boys' "S" Club -- Dance
Club - Camera Club.
, - . -..- - ----Y Y-A- ---,
C. LYNN REYNOLDS
Casanova - "Hello Colonel" -
excursions into the unknown -
sports minded - intramurals -
baseball - track -- bowling
team - football - Junior Play
- Student Council - Journalism
Club -- Dance Club --- Centralian
MARY JANE BEATY
Always heard - chatterbox --
sister troubles --"1kc"- artistic
tendencies - Dance Club - Rho
Delta Phi - J.T.S. -- housewife,
but no children.
Navy interests - square dancing
- pe-DDY - Thespians - Chorus
- Masqueraders - Dance Club
- Crystal Stal? - "Seventeenth
Summer" - K.Z.X. - J.T.S.
Ladies' man - happy-go-lucky -
wise sayimts - all around sport
-a smile for everyone-Chorus
- "All at Sea" - "The Camp-
bells Are Coming" - "Cheaper by
the Dozen" - Editor of "Troy
Tribune" - Dance Club - intra-
murals - track - football -
volleyball-lioys' "S" Club.
"Bob" -- wedding bells - long
letters - quiet and demure -
secretarial course - nice smile
- Dance Club.
l , N .V WM: R of 2
ALLAN EC KSTROM
"Put" - Allevhcny jnunis - orig-
inal jokes -- "Are yah in shape.
kid 'I ?" --- outdoor man -- Class-
nighl Com1nittr-o-- huppy-zo-lucky
-- footlmll - trurk - Dance
English interests -- "John" -
"Hurry up" - history worries --
Senior l'luy-Dnnvv Club-"l+lnl-P
lund" - Senior Prom Commit-
tee - intrumurals.
Latin wizard - sly smile - Mm,-
"VVh1-ro.-'s Vlarnlwllt-7" - Kennedy
-lovely locks - outside interests
-frionllly-Crystal Stuff - Danu-
Clulv-Rho Delta l'hi-J.T.S.
Tall, Lzuod-looking und blond -
Ashvillv -- driving hor brotha-r'n
cur - quiot 1 good-natured -
kc wood Dniwe ln - Danco Club
La . . , ,
-Girls' "S" Club.
JOAN LEE EASTON
:'Bob"-smooth dresser - "Forget
1tl"- ac-tqess -"Henry J"- hair-
Crystal Staff - Chorus - "Seven,
teenth Summer"--"Cheaper by thc-
Dozen"-Rho Delta Phi,
Wedlintl bells - Crundall's Dairy
liar - "The Campbells Are Com..
HIE' - Camera Club - .Dance
Club - Journalism Club - howl-
JEAN ELLA HOTELLING
Lovely to look at -- "Randy" ....
mistletoe trouble- Dance Club -
Dramatic Club-Crystal Staff-All-
State Chorus-Volleyball playday
Quiet - beautiful red tresses -
conscientious - friendly - em-
cient - Crystal Statf -- K,Z,X,
-J, T. S.
Violent crushes - neat dresser
- those big blue eyes - inter.
esta in California - Busti - in-
tramuruls - Dance Club-.mfulip
DONALD E. LEPLEY
Pennsylvania drawl-"brown eyes"
-Glidden gansz-izrcat humorist-
artistic talents - lntramurzils --
Coniralian Art lflditor---volleyball
-Junior Legion basl-bnl V-Sivgma
Gamma Phi-donkey basketball.
N EIL MAGNUSON
Nluht watvhmnn - sailing champ
- nighthawl: - special int res.s
- bowling - tennis - intra- -iii
murula - Dance Club - Class ff
Reporter - baseball - football
-- All-Star Selection. F
DEVERE THOMAS McCANN Q
Lifeguard - physique - Student I
Council - football - basketball A 5
- travk - volleyball - Senior 'i
Ball chairman - Thespians --
"Chi-nm-r by the Dozen"-Choru.:
-Sigma Gamma l'hi-Masquerade
ers - Dance Club -Centralian-
'Tho Kandy Kill" - always sm'l-
im: - Jenkins -Shadyside Gang
- artistic ability - howling -
Chorus - Operetta, 4 years -
Junior Prom Committee - Dance
Club - intramurals - Art Editor
ol' 'l'1'oy Tribune - Class Night
Conimittoe - N. Y. S. S. M. A.
"Bert" - Boots. Saddle and Spurs
- art classes - flighty - , Q
of lien - winter sports - Sports
Manuprcr - "S" Club - intra-
murals - Dance Club -- Prom
ROB ERT LOOMIS
"Mr. Mischief"-definite opinions
-licorice stick-Ford .ruck-rooll
ing-Hand - Intramurals - l'in1z
Pong Champ 'li0--All-'Sts.1.v-Post-
uuide, Explorer Post 20-Chi Si!!-
ma Chi-donkey basketball.
Class wit - always a b ight rr-
mark - happy-go-lucky - built
in rhythm - drum solos - never
a dull moment - Dance Club -
Milvs' store - Senior Play -
football - lloys' "S" Club.
Short 'n sweet-"Ray"-one and
only - Chorus - "Phyllis" -
Dance Club - Crystal Staff -
Rho Delta l'hi - J.T.S.
Navy man - "Pepper" - Wine,
women, lsomzfll - wism-cracks
- teacher's izrcmlin - Suturdiy
nixzhts - Drum Corps - Chorus
'48 - Operetta - Dance Club -
Hidden ambitions - puns - sail-
ing - ice sluitinpr - "My ears
irivo me away!" - hunting --
Dance Club - intramurala--Senior
l'luy Stage Work - Gunn-ra Club.
C. RICHARD PATTON
vivo ln luvelorli-"Dunrlvyc llvuu-
rlm-n" - izym tvuvhvr - lmsclmll
- vullm-ybull - Lrurl. - intru-
muruls - Siiznm Gamma Phi -
Dum-0 Club W- Drnmntif- Club -
JANE LORRAIN E. PRATT
-- clu-miul ry truublva -- vlmttz-rrilf
-Dum-0 Club-soilun mul sumluva.
Ceiling: mlustvr-1.lm1, lmir--vm-rxiw
till- musician - sricm-v wizard -
Sucivty-liuncl-Chorus - Centru-
lian Amlvcrtisim: Mulmn'er-"Mis-
fits" Qunrtetlv-Luka-wnml Drum
Cm-ps-Cumpnlly "IC" Iinn:l-AIl-
Sports 4-nthusiastfunv man only
-funn ' mliu meitiunfm-lmeurful h lp-
-. y .y. .
nrA-l'l1nriisA- MHSKIllt'FIIli9l'S- K.Z.
Tull :lurk and Mmm! - ruthvr
bnshful - uiwrn fun - smmmllh
bluck hnir - ulxtubrn wizural -
sports mind:-xl - 1-laws l'l'lHlY'i0l'
- Cunwrn Club - lmskutlmzlll ---
volls-ybull -- llnye-1' "S" Club.
DONALD E. PETERSON
Muscles-"thc farm"-witty com-
nu-nts - Thespians - Musquvrml-
crs-Dance Club - I!l'T7ll'l'IIIl'IlI24 --
"Sc-vvlxtm-c-nth Sumnwr"-Chi Sig:-
mu Chi-clonlwy bimketlmll.
Alwuyn on the move - squuru
llancv.i-- IIot,ruflH -- liusli Drum
Corps - Mechanic' M- Girl tru-ulrle
-- Prum C0I1Il"l1IIi,1'L1 ---- lmnrv
Club W- Svnim' lllny Slum- Cmn-
MARVEL LORRAINE SCOTT
- woman driver - A's galnnv --
Girls' State - IJ. A. R. Awurll --
School repo ter - Chorus - Dra-
matic Club - "Cu1'kuu un the
Quiet 1 nice cluthvs - expressive
Club- Crystal Stull' - Rhu IJ:-IL!
Full of fun-athletic--ILA. trnublvs
-hmuwital work- llunml-"Chc'npcr
by thu D0Zl'llHiiIIll'3IYIlII'IlIH1AiI-
SLRLO-Rho D.ll.n Phi.
LO-LA JANE STROM
--full of advice-cruutive writinbl
Club-Rho Ih-ltu l'hi.
Sparkling vyvs - "Hill" '-1lUi0l"-
plvnsimr in-rsoxmlity - "When-'s
Dorothy ?"-Crystal Stuff - Dnnvv
'Phe shy type -- ovoryonc-'s f im-nil
- Shudysirlv Gum: - hidden il '-
sirvs -- ph-usnnt voice - :Dunw-
imr Gln:-is - chemistry woes.
"Gene" - lm-niner - small dark
and so petiu- - perpetual mot..on
- ul'i.istic nhility - stage sovi-
ery -- Junior l'lny -- bowling: --
Duncv Club -- Junior Prom Com-
lnittoe-Art I'l1lilur for Centmlmn
-Journalism Club - intrumurnls.
Vivacious - nwn a' ilentv - Busti
"Oh, Mary!"--little ray of sun-
Brains - quiet-good worker -
brush cuts-motor bike-Loblaw's
-Business Mananzvr - Natiinal
Honor Society - Cm-ntralinn Suh-
tette-Lakewood Fire Dept. Drum
Our business mnn - ever dl-
pendable - football - "Cheaper
by the Dozen" - haskethall -
"Waltz Dream" - "Tulip Time"
- "Chunita" - "All At Sea" -
Danye Club - intrumuruls -
Business Manam'l', Conlrulian -
truck - Explorer Scouts.
WILLIAM LEWIS wAssMAN
serious-minded - Chorus - Pres.
Dnncei Club-Dramatic' Club-T'hes-
-SU-Ima Gammu l'hi-"Chenpvr by
the Dozen"-donkey lmslu.-Iball.
Seamstress - "Dues your father
work ?"-friend of ull-ripzhm-hand
hellwl' -- Dramutiv Club - Crysual
Our Rlamour Kirl - Senior Plxy
- Senior Prom Committee -
cheerleader - Dance Club -- in-
tramurals - Chorus - Oper-9113
- Secretary, Freshman Class -
Subtle humor-in-it-nce fnnutiv-
1 istim artituds xlrivmlz Forcln
u t ' I N ' "' .
"Jim" - Summit. Theater - PH-
jnma parties - "Who cares" 1
"Joyce and l" - Coluras -- bowl-
ing - Dance Club - intramufu :4
- Cumvrn Club - Junior Play
Tull and lanky - llusti boy -
"I.et':-i make hnsti-" - radio en-
thusiust - quiet - readvr of
Skating champ - lute hours -
cnrs of any type - vhemist y
woes - "MulrKie ond me" -
vnsy izoinfz -- intramurals - var-
sity "S" Club - football
"Jerry" - Skutelund - luvcly
to look at - Cmlillacs - crafts
of all sorts - Drive-In-Theater
- Stage Sc:-nvry - Centralian
Staff-Junior Prom Committee-
urtist de luxe.
5- RICHARD FORRESTER
TZ. lltt 1 ' On the prowl - l'Xt'IISl'R - nent
K i n fr dresser Q bookworm - "'l'hu1,
f- , L tenor voice" - Choi-ui-1 - N. Y. S.
f i 1 1 S. M. A. -- Dance Club - Oper-
,f " i',V ettnx - intramural lun-ilu-tbull uml
" " K ' volleyball - Junior Play - Cen-
A Q1 tralian Staff.
. I .
E 'N xx
'-ajgv 4 D ,-
" ' W
fx ,L N
"lk-tty" -Allegheny - Naval Rv-
serve - volleyball - Scouts -
track - Little Valley - DI1mon's
- Dance Club.
That smile - "Furl" - Operetta
- Dance Club '49 - Centralian
Statl' '48 - Rook und Riot Dru-
ma,ic Club - Summit Theater -
Journalism Club - intrumurals -
Junior Play Committuv -- Girls'
New comer from Cathedral Vrup.,
Erie, Penna. - first of the four
famous J. Scurz-ies - witty -
likeable - frivnmlly - Lakvwooul
celoron class will
WE the Celoron Senior Class of IQSI, in order that the juniors may
benefit by the noble deeds we have to offer, do ordain and establish this,
our last will and testament.
To Harvey Logan and Kenny Wilson, who always seem to be having
trouble getting their homework done on time, Rodger Swanson
leaves his ability for doing this difficult task with ease.
To Vincent Mallare and Ed Shults, the two easy-going boys of the
Junior Class, Robert Loomis bestows his temperamental moods,
however, we hope you boys won't put them into practice.
Flora Stranigan, a rather excitable senior, leaves her quick temper to
quiet Roberta Holcomb. You'd be wise to pass it up, Roberta.
Jane Pratt leaves her place on the dance floor in Senior Dance Club
to RoseMary Ahl who seems too timid to get out on the floor.
To Donna Greenwood, a very co-operative junior girl, Delores See
leaves her stubbornness so that Donna will strike a happy medium
From one engaged girl to another-Lola Strom leaves her daydream-
ing in the classrooms to Jane Ann Patchett, who seems to be doing a
fine job all by herself.
Don Peterson, the helper of the Senior Class, leaves to Jack Mc-
Master his job of cleaning up the gym after the donkey basketball
Betty Bloomstrand, who has no trouble with the opposite sex, leaves
this ability to manage men to Betty Frank. Betty seems to have
Quiet Ann Hallin is willed Marvel's trait of continual gabbing.
Elaine Wilson, our happy-go-lucky Senior, wills her ability to be
the "toast of the partyu to Ruth Ann Jensen who is well on her
way to succeed.
Robert Schneider, a tall member of the class, leaves his job of dusting
the ceiling to Roy Almgren who is already six feet three inches.
To Jack Hunt, Dick Young leaves his hot-rod Ford.
jerry Peterson, Celoron's master of ceremonies, leaves his ability to
tell jokes to Wally Carlson. Make good use of them, Wally, and
keep the class next year smiling.
To Frances Freay, Nancy Beary leaves her well-rounded personality.
To Nancy Johns, a very busy scurrying little girl, Elizabeth Harri-
son leaves her easy going ways.
To Dick Allen, the Cassanova of the Junior boys, Don Lepley wills
his quiet bashful looks.
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17. Dorothy Hultin, who finds it hard to get to school every day,
leaves her ability to skip school and not get caught to Priscilla
18. Dick Patton leaves to Art Desnerck his ability to "go steady" and
go to school both at the same time, since, it seems, Art has time only
19. Upon Philip Bloomqufst, a boisterous boy, Charlene Johnson be-
stows her quietness.
2o. To Doris Strom, who has trouble sticking to one man, Marianna
Mosher and Clarabelle Vandenburg leave their ability to do this.
21. To Carol Patton, an able-bodied cheerleader, Mary Beaty leaves her
loudness so that Carol can be heard at the games.
22. A shy member of the Senior Class, Barbara La Quay, bestows upon
Joan Paquin her blushes.
2 3. DeVere McCann leaves his ability to get along with girls to Roger
Whitford, who seems to be having no trouble of his own.
24. To Rae Williams and Dick Kahle, the two shortest boys amongst the
juniors, Keith Mong leaves some of his height.
25. To Dianne Peters, who always seems to be busy, Carol Parker wills
26. Lenny Ericzon, who has beautiful hair with the exception that it is
straight, is willed Bill Wassman's curly locks.
27. joan Easton leaves to Shirley Blaney her sophistication and acting
ability, which Shirley already seems to have.
28. To Joyce Spence, who is short, Sue Bailey leaves some of her height
so one can look up instead of down when he talks to her.
29. Marilyn Widlund, who is always in class on time, wills this ability to
Warren Klomp, who is always late.
30. Bernadine Reidell, who seems to have trouble in gym class is willed
Beverly See's athletic ability.
31. To Shirlee Beck, who has trouble with her co-ordination, Jean
Hotelling leaves her gracefulness.
32. Rollin Sandberg leaves his position as class president to any am-
bitious, capable Junior who can handle the task.
We also wish to express our appreciation to Mrs. Hatch and all other
faculty members who have provided assistance and guidance through our
To all Juniors the Seniors leave their places in the school, and our
studiousness and cheerful dispositions.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our
seal this twenty-seventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred and
Hftymne' -The Class of '51,
lakewood class will
WE the Lakewood Senior Class, since we have much to offer to our
d l '
un er-c assmen, socmnly ordain and establish this our last will and
To Mrs. Burk, we bequeath our sincere appreciation for advising
and guiding, to its completion, our 1951 Centralian.
To Miss Lopus, our many thanks for so successfully directing our
senior play, "Cheaper by the Dozen."
We all wish to thank Miss Cook and the entire faculty for helping
us over the rough spots and for their kind understanding through
our school years.
Allene Bergman leaves her many late dates to Mary Jean Penhollow
who already has her date book filled.
To Denny Travis, who seems to be popular with the teachers,
George Braley adds his winning ways.
From one Carlson to another-Pat leaves Diane her cheering ability.
Keep rooting, Diane!
To "not-too-shy" Alvin Bennink is bequeathed some of Bill Brown's
shyness. Put it to good use, Alvin.
Marian Decker bequeaths her diamond to Jillson Kruger, who has
no inclination toward romance.
jack Carlson wills his easy going disposition and slow temper to Bill
Moran who already possesses said traits
To janet Burk, who cannot concentrate on any one man too long,
Emily Gilson leaves her wavering affections with the men.
Alan Eckstrom leaves his ability to tease the girls to Gumpy Truver,
who wasn't voted the "Biggest Tease" for nothing.
Carol Lane, the "giant" of the Senior Class, bestows some of her
height upon diminutive Tony Barone, who really needs it.
To Ronnie Merwin, who is very talented in music, Don Martin-
dale leaves his musical ability. Let's keep up the rhythm as Don has,
To anyone who feels he can do the same and get away with it, Doris
Lawson and Sandy Wilson leave their ability to get into troubleg
however. we hope no one takes it.
Tom Naughton leaves his high honors in the sports world to up and
coming jack Wigley. Put them to good use, jack.
Kenny Nelson leaves his ability to blush to Jim Nelson, whose face
flushes at the least provocation.
Nancy Naylor leaves her willingness to be kissed in all the junior
and Senior plays to Mary Lou Moore.
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To Mary Ann Hendler, Edna Nelson wills her cheerful disposition
and flirtatious waysg however, from all appearances Mary Ann has
enough of her own.
William Osmer, who is of very small stature, leaves some of his
shortness to Ruth McGrath.
From one horse lover to another-Donna Northrop leaves her way
with horses to Janice Stafford.
To anyone who thinks he can fill it, Roland "Raphael" Rapp leaves
his place in the art room.
Marilyn Wescott leaves her automobile mishaps to Ralph Botka, who
seems to be having numerous close calls. Take it easy, Ralph!
To Gerald Clark, who apparently enjoys himself, Lynn Reynolds
leaves his good times in high school.
To Barbara Hern, whose "blond locks" are of the peroxide variety,
is willed Barbara Wallace's natural blond hair.
To Diane Christy, Doreen Fletcher leaves her good times in school
fand outsideb. Need we say more?
Dave Stark bestows upon Bill Clawson his good looks, although
Bill is getting along exceedingly well with his own.
To Grant Denn, who seems to be doing quite well for himself,
Charles Vogt leaves his place in the chorus. Use this wisely, Grant.
Joyce Peterson bequeaths her job at the Summit Theater to jerry
Scorse, who never has much work to do.
To all the Junior girls, Jim Scorse leaves his ability to get around
Mr. Windoft. They seem to go for him in a big way.
Donna Hern leaves her nearness to the "hangout" to John Levin,
who has quite a way to come.
To Dick Wigley, Dick Forrester leaves his ability to sing and also his
seat in the tenor section. Use this gift wisely, Dick, and keep the
Isabelle Green leaves her seat on the Celoron school bus to Eileen
To Larry Sales, who seems to like all the members of the "opposite
sex," Bill Christy leaves his dislike for girls. You'd be wise not to
take this, Larry, as you're quite the "Ladies' man."
From one set of twins to another - Neil and John Magnuson
leave their many arguments to Jim and John Olson, who have had
ample experience in same.
To anyone who wishes to claim them, Robert Morgan leaves his
ability for making quips and wise remarks in history class.
To the Junior Class we relinquish the Senior homeroom. We affix
our seal this twenty-seventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred
and fifty-one -- Class of '51. S. E. W., D' E. L.
First row-S. liurgio, I.. Allrn. S. VVilsnn, N. lh-uly.
Sn-eoml row--J, Hnsloli, D. FlUlK'l1l'l', J. Carlson, C. Vogt. T. Mc'i'zmn, G. lll':xl:'y, N. Naylor, IJ, Mnrlin-
nlnlv, T. Nauirhton. A. lirrenmn, W. Wassman. F, Straniiran.
"Cl-IEAPER BY THE DOZEN,', a story beloved by the American
public, was presented as the first combined Senior play at Southwestern.
Lakewood and Celoron students worked together under the direction of
Miss Pauline Lopus to present this at Lakewood, November 30 and
The story comprised the trials and tribulations of twelve children,
growing up under a stern but loving father who restrained them in their
desires for fancy clothes and their love affairs. It was a gay comedy with
a thread of life worked in for good measure.
The cast was as follows:
Mr. Gilbreith George Braley lfred .lack Carlson
Mrs. Gilbreath Nancy Naylor jackie Sam Burgio
Anne -Ioan Easton Dan l.arry Allen
lirnestine Doreen Fletcher Mrs. Fitzgerald lflora Stranigan
Martha Nancy Beary Dr. Burton Bill Wfassman
liranlt Charles Vogt Joe Scales Don Martindale
Bill Tom McCann Miss Brill Allene Bergman
lillian Sandra W'ilson Larry Tom Naughton
The cast and those who worked with them are all pleased with the
hne spirit the two branches showed in collaborating to present the senior
play of 'gi
Seated: F. Freay QC. Treasurerj, C. Patton KC. Vice-Presidentl. J. Nelson KL. Vice-Presb
iii-ntl, M. A. Hendler ll.. Seeretaryi, J. Paquin IC. Secretaryl. -
Standing: J. Olsen ll.. Treasurerb, A. Barone, KL. Prfsidentl. D. Peters KC. Presldentl
THE junior Class calendar was full most of the time this past year as
numerous activities were carried on and preparations for their Senior
year were being made. The faithful supervision of Mrs. Watsoim and
Mr. Miller at Celoron and Mr. Windoft at Lakewood helped to make the
following projects possible.
A delicious chicken dinner was on the menu at Celoron's Penny
Supper which added a considerable sum to their treasury. The movie,
" Elephant Boy," and a bake sale further swelled the Juniors' coffers.
We were proud that several members of our class earned enough points
to be entered into the Thespians.
Lakewood Juniors' finance raising project was the play, "Brother
Goose," capably directed by Miss Hall. Our new school policy is to use
class talent for assembly programs. The Juniors met the situation with
proficiency and staged a hilarious program, " The Vanities of '52," a
vaudeville type of show.
In March the Juniors were entertained by the Seniors at a St. Pat-
rick's ball held in the Celoi-on gymnasium. The gym was colorfully
decorated with shamrocks and streamers. From February to June,
Juniors from both branches concentrated their efforts on preparing for
the junior Prom. This event was given in honor of the Seniors. The
theme was the "Mardi Gras"g colorful decorations and delightful music
made the event memorable. -A. G. B.
34: -9 A v-ri.
First row-D. Swonrinyrvn. i'. 'l'hnn1pson, M. A.
H1'lllill'l'. l'. 015011. U. Carlson, .l. Anderson.
Sovumi row-A. iilll'?4il'U'lTl, IC. O'lh'ien, D. Chrisiy,
N. Guntnn, I-I. liuslnfsun.
First. row'-R. Ahl, A. Hnllin, D. Slrnrn, N. Johns,
U. l'nHulx, J. Spvwwv, B. Rvidvll.
Sm-mul rmvfli. .lvns0n. ID. im-14'i'H, I". I"i'0ny, R.
Huh-muh, U. Frank, S. Iilzxnvy.
Third row-l'. Iirivksuli, D. Gl'm'v!nx'nu1l, J. l':ltrlwit.
First row--W. Carlson, P, iiiUUllHliIiS1f, C. l'011-rexuli
R. Alniizrun, V. Mzxllnrv. A. IM-sm-rck, R. Kzllilv.
Sn-vulinl rnw-H. Imxrun. L. Pirikzuln, J. Html, R.
VVhiH'm'ai. J. Mm'Mush'r, K. YVilson, R. Williams
Firsi row--A. IH-unink, J. Wil-th-y, J. Olsvn, J
L1-vim-, l'. Truvvr, .l. Monro. A. Iiarunv.
Sm-mil row-J. Mxwk, L. Sala-s. R. Lani., R. Lune
R. Curtis, G. Hmvvll.
Thiral row-J. Nm-lsuu. VV. Moran. D. 'l'r:ux'vrs. Mr
Seated: P. Fagan lL. Secretaryb, J. Stafford KL. Vice Presidentl, R. Gustafson KC. Treasurerl, T. Eklund
QC. Sc-ervtaryl, M. Faulkner QC. Vice Presidentl.
Smnilinir: l'. Evinr-zik QL. 'l'l'0H.HllI'l'l'l, R. Wiulcy lL. Presidentj. Not shown: A. Parker CC- 1'l'0Hifl0HU,
THE STUDENTS in the tenth grade are Ending that their sophomore
year promises to influence greatly their future lives and occupations by
choosing the proper subjects, belonging to clubs, and forming friendships.
The Celoron branch sophomores are particularly proud of their par-
ticipation in extracurricular activitiess The membership of band and
chorus is thirty-three per cent sophomores, the Camera Club, seventy-
five per cent. Sports and dramatics are both supported by a great num-
ber of the class of I953.
Lakewood has had several class activities including a sophomore
talent show presented at an assembly. The girls' intramural team was
champion of soccer, basketball, and volley ball.
In the combined sophomore classes there were sixteen pupils on the
honor roll and twenty-Hve on the merit roll the third period. Clarence
Olson and Richard Wigley were tapped for the National Honor Society
at Lakewood, Dennis Anderson and Alfred Parker were tapped at
Celoron. Many sophomores are taking college entrance courses. A
majority of the class attended the Occupational Guidance Clinic at Fal-
coner, and an unusually large number have chosen their life occupations.
In addition to the gratifying participation in our school activities,
the sophomores are attaining the ability to study, to think, and to reason
that marks an increasing maturity in students.
!"ix'f.1 rmx-gil. .Iuhnsnn, N. Adams, J. Mm-lnlyrv, A.
l.nlnln-rsnu, H. Siggius, I.. Hull, A. Liljn.
Snrmul rmvfli. Slurlux'.uthf.-r, li. ML-L'nnn, J. Law-
son, .l. Amin-rsnn, K. lddgzrf-11, li. Hvrnhnrrl. I'.
'l'l1ir-11 row-.I. 'l'hnnms, .l. L:1Qu:1y, G. l'm-IL-rsun, J.
Vim! row-A. Sranlisv, R, Plank, A. P010 non, R.
l.c-plvy, li.l'rmkv1', li. Hurrisnn, 'l'. lflklund, J.
Svvmul ruvv'-I". Kivl'vl', D. AYlll1'l'SKlIl, H. lgIlll0l', J.
H1I1llll, M. l"uulknm'x', li. lVlu.c"I'a1vish, li. GllS11IlfSl7Il.
'Vhirxl row--ll. Ami:-rsml, A. Pnwvll, ID. Parker, A.
l':u'I1-r, G. Szllllsuivc-l', li. Gnkvy, D. Ummey, G,
Yum 15, .l. linilm-y.
l-'irsl ruwfii, Uwuu, l', Ulsnn, J. Svllrsv. R. VH!!
Hx 1-ry. G, Rout, V. Hviuvzik, S. XVoislurml.
F1-vnlul ruwf'I'. Sw- nrimrvn. J. NVvlwlmfs-:', J. Pun-
hullnw, IV. l':1nglmrn, R. VViKI'5'4
'l'hircI ruw--l'. Rnshwurth, R. VVzlrncx'. KI. Moran. VV.
l'l:ms1m. R. l.ilnIqui:!, ll. Flzlxiun, Mr. lluhivh.
Ifirgq 1-qm'fN. :Xmlvrsol1. I.. l'urlsun, l'. Plvinczlk,
M. Maxruvl, J. S10X't'llS, C. Swsmsun, K. Whitfurrl
Ii, liritiiu, l'. Ramp.
S..w.'4,mi 1-my-iN, .luhnr-nm, J. Kruy.re'r, J. 0iThaus, J-
Nivlu-r::m1, N, liuslufsun. M. L. Mmnw, J. Sla1Tm'd,
S. lhmmwr N. Nvlrum.
'I'llird row-K. lin-ylmlnls, J. Burk, li. Puls, J. Gan'-
rieun. M. Nmlrvlu-ru, V. Johnson, V. Svhuylvr, 1'
l":lx:':ln, E. l'a-lm-:mln
Sfatvd: S. Anderson QC. Presidentl, A. Lawson CL. Vice Presidentl, M. Stranigan IC. Treasurer-J.
Stamiimzz S. G1-ruci-1 ll., Secrvtaryl, J. Boardman lL. Presidentl, D. Larson KL, 'I'rem-iurerl, J. Parker
KC. Presidcntl, C. 1'0t.e1'i-ion CC. Secretaryj,
THE school year IQSO-IQSI has been above average for our vivacious,
healthy freshmen. Our enthusiasm was reflected in our scholastic record,
as an unusually large percentage of the class had the distinction of being
on the honor and merit rolls. We were proud, of course, but we give
much credit to our patient teachers. Mr. McKay was very helpful in
advising us about our future courses.
However, we did not neglect the social and economic phases of school
life. During the year both freshman classes were busy with social affairs
and money-making projects, sometimes combining the two. The Lake-
wood freshmen along with the rest of the junior high held three parties
in the gym during the winter. Round and square dancing was enjoyed.
The last party was held March 1 1 in the gym for the purpose of swelling
the treasury. The party was successful we are happy to state. The Celoron
gym in March was the scene of a variety' show in which students from
both branches participated. The performance was a decided success. Both
groups entertained the school in assembly.
On the gridiron the freshman football squad fared well with a third
placement while our cagers stopped at fourth place. At this time the
baseball squad has not taken the field, but we all hope for a good season.
We have enjoyed a very successful year. ,
First. row-C. Jockson. M. Strzmilrnn, C. Cloclmlinfr,
E. Anzlvrson, G. Mrlnlyre, S. l'l1lg'r1-n, E, lfuscus
Su-onal ron-+J. flllvll, M. Sturkwvuther, D. l-Illis,
ll. l'nll', l'. Hynlv, Ii. B4-rnharml. C. Hoover. M. Hush,
Thirsl row'--G, Curly. li. Pratt, A. lflooll, S. Anllur-
son. .l. lnrkvr. C. l'0h-rson.
l"oul"h :uw-.l. Alnlxfrvn, G. Vnnhum, A. Johnson,
C. llinnlorvr, D. lflslwurnls. M. Hurrison.
lfirsl. row -f-- lll. lfloinlzmun, l'. Lo1'1,m-1, L. Moore, l.
Unrll. J. Wnrlow, l.. M. Amivrrum, M. Petvrr-mn,
M. I.. llnzzarml. l'. Sllvnrnmn.
Scvonql row-B. Sampson. L. Spnrliniz, C. Carlson.
li. H4-rn, S. Powers, ll. Jeffery, H. Tzxlwr, Mrs.
'l'l1ir4l rowiS. Rupp. li. Swan. S. Russ, G. Grillln.
C. Millm-l', M. lin-ruslrom, D. Larson, J. Crandall.
lfonrth row-M. Anmlvrson, A. Lawson, E. 'l'uylor,
l'. llniloy. ll. Thompson, li. Carlson, P. Hobart, D.
First, row+S. Gorxwu. J. Larson. S. lgll!'Sl,l'0l1l. J.
Svorso, D, 'l'ruux. J. llmxrdnfmn.
Svc-onl row--G. llloml, G. W1--lls, N. Lv.-Roy, ll,
Wnlu-rs, .l. Dm-vkvr, C. Dexter, J. Romer, G. 'l'ellin1.:-
hnisvn, Mr. NVQ-iss
Third row-l". Hn-allnnll. A. Nicholson. C. She-flivlml.
R. Spurling. R. Shivklvr, R. Allison, J. Amlvrson.
l"onrlh row-R, Gollnick, l". Olson, S. Mnloy, li.
Turnvr, li. Frvclrivkson, L. Thorp, Q. Lane, ll.
Fifth row--l'. Jones. D. Anderson, l". Fnllclinv, ll.
lmvinv. li. Rnch. ll. lVlm':1n. G. l'ilu-, V. l,0l,0l'S0ll,
First row'-K. SlYl'll'll'il'1. li. Plank. ll. Proctor, l". 1
Works-ns. l". Mullurv. U. I.nMurn'n. K. l'nrkn-rl J. 1
S1-vond row-A. Agm-xv, L. lirinklvy. R. Ronaldo, J.
Mxzul. li. Mulge, J. Anderson. C. Single.
Third row-D. l'urlson, G. Hukvr, A. Nonlmnvr, S.
Vinrvnl, D, Monn, K. Soo, V. Mosslnng.
Seated: D. Rood lL. Treasurerl. L. Seager KC. Treasurerl, S. Buizbee fC. Vice Presidentl, J. Ford
KC. I're-sidentb. W. Carlson IL Presidentl.
Stunrliniz: L. Sperry QL. Vice Preaidentj, J. Kane QC, Secretaryl, M. Milton KL. Svcretnryl, D. Newark
J. Miller KC. Prev-iitlentj. Nut yrreiscntz M. Paquin IC. Vice President, R. Harvey KC, 'Troasurt-rl, T.
Gurlxrnn IC. Se1'r4-tnryb.
THE eighth grade at both branches have had a very busy and interesting
year. We feel much older now, with only four more years of high school
ahead of us.
At the Celoron branch, it was decided that meetings should be held
every other Tuesday. Yearly dues were paid and various kinds of enter-
tainment were held after the business of each meeting. The programs
usually proved to be very humorous and we enjoyed them.
At Lakewood business was also pressing. A marionette show, "Dick
lWhittington," was sponsored by our group. This proved to be a financial
success, as well as good entertainment. A candy sale was held which
helped to increase the treasury, some of the money being used to pay
our share of the Centralian and the assembly expenses.
Christmas time proved to be a source of joy for the group at
Celoron. A Christmas party was held at which presents were exchanged.
We found that giving causes much more pleasure than receiving. In
keeping with this thought, we made up a sunshine basket for Ann Parker,
one of our flock who had been ill for some time.
A series of junior high parties were held throughout the year at
Lakewood. These parties featured dancing, food, and fun for all. The
eighth grade was well represented at each get-together and usually proved
to be the life of the party.
IJ, Annlvremn. l', Gusl:nl'snn, M. liimln.
ku-:mul run' --l'. l.lnmlqui.a1, A. lln- rivk, ll. Johns
'irsl rmv--FU. Ns-lawn. J. Nc-lson. A. lloyd. l' 1
Aptlmm-pu, ll. llilclu-us-k, IJ. Van lflvvry, M. Clrvvy. l
I. N1-xvlun, R. li. l'1torsm1. H. l':n'4I, G. Rlvynolnls.
ll, R1-ml, M. llarlun, Mrs. liurli.
l'l1iul ram-f-S. Huw!-Il, M. Miltun. l'. 'l'lxomns, D.
lNlyl'v1::uxl'nl, S. l'arsnns. ll. Af-quistu, C, Rnvll, M.
llnlwlxiu-lxxull, l'. lillisnn.
l'll's1. row' ll. l'0lm'rmrn, ll. llvnnink. ll. Sh4'ul'mnn
ll, Slvvvxls. V. Vnn Guilmlvr, A. l"l'1'1l01'iL'lis0n, .li
'-.m'l1m11'l-S, li. .lnl1n:aun, ll. lirolurvr.
'xc-cmnl rnn'f.l. l"url1swm'll1, L. Spvrry. l'. l'01vx'r4nn
M. l'nIl':u'n, .l. Crum-l. l', Jnllnsun, li. li0l'gsi1'uxn, A
Sln-llivlrl, Mr. VV:xslll1llrn.
l'hirml rmx'fJ. Ma-Kimllx, R. llurln-y, lfl. F11-I luml, .l
liislxlm-lx. A. lVl1llvrn:ln M. Malllirunn. W. llurlrmw
First rnwf.l. liunv, l,. Svnyrnw. S. lluxrlwv, A, Rubin
nu. H. Oslrmn, N. Olson, A. llnys, M. Johns:
l'. Suuivr. S. Wuvnm-r.
Yuwnul row-1'. Mvliny. U. Carlson. ll. Hullor, lVI
Wifloprrn-n. W. Yuunu, ll. Simzins, S. Gnrclinvr, J
llis-rs, N. Murrivl..
Vluirnl row -V. liulviann, N. Gillhs, M. l'uquin, D
l"llHF"ll- lf R1'5'IWl'lr. M. Mzxrlinann, l'. l'r:nll. l'l
l.:lmIwr'snn. li. lizluvr.
First rnwf- J. l"ol'xl, .l. I':nt1i, S. Millvr, D. Mlulyzv
R. 134-vm-rlaullx. J. Juvksnn. IJ. Nt'lV1ll'li, li. R01-v4-s.
Sm-mul row--G. Rululxins, 'l'. Cm-hrfm. W. Almuron
ll. 'll1l'I'j', ll. Gzlrllm-r VY. Coulu- 'l'. l'zx"".
l"u:ly, .l. ll:1l'lm-llc.
l'l1ir4l row ll. Munsun, ll. Olsnzx, l-'. Czxrpc-
llunt, ll. .lnlmsnn. .l. llulu-rx
lwlurtll ruwfll. l':1rlu-r. R. Gibbs. l'. Cnunvy,
Qvllm-illwr. l.. l'n-rpm-l', ll. l'l:u'vn'y. ll. Pvlvrs.
Seah-il: VV. J. llmhzvs fl.. Presidrntl. J. O'llara IC. TB Presidentl, J. Peters KC. TB Vice PY'9Slllt'lllI.
Standing: N. Davis QI.. Treasurerl, G. Mivsh lL. Secretaryl. J. Bailey QC. TA Presidentl. S. Gross
KC. TA Presiclentl, I.. liuring, W. llupzaril lC. TB Treasurerl. Not present: L. Allen 1C. TA Secretaryl,
VV. Hutfllimz lC. TA 'l'iw-aisurerl. W. Anderson lC. Tl! Secretaryl, R. Sturzenbeeker lL. Vice Presimlentl,
I.. Allen IC. Sl-on-tairy T Aj.
ALTHOUGH they were lost at first in the swarm of high school students,
the seventh graders soon organized their schedules and class activities.
The seventh grade homeroom clubs at Celoron met every other
week. The social whirl began with a Halloween program featuring a
play by 7A. Mrs. Deuink's room were guests. 7B had a Thanksgiving
play. At Christmas time each room entertained with an elaborate
Christmas party, featuring enough goodies to satisfy not only every sweet
tooth in seventh grade but those of a number of guests as well. Two
dazzling little trees held gifts galore. Valentine,s Day also rated parties
held during club meetings with more refreshments and huge boxes of
Lakewood's school program included junior high parties. These
were worked out on a theme and provided recreation not only to students
of the seventh grade but to older classmates. To raise finances pencils
were sold and a square dance was sponsored. Two new pupils, Marian
Brink and Betty Peereboome, joined the class.
The seventh graders feel that their experiences as members of junior
high school have been very valuable. They have had to make dennite
adjustments in changing to departmental instruction and are aware that
they have to shoulder more responsibilities as they progress from year
First. row-S. Mnnhari, L. Larson. I., Nuwurk, D.
Yqnin-r, M. Svnlisv. S, llnlings, K. Bird.
Wm-mul rowflk Siynmur, J. Su-ar, S. Gross, J.
Klnmp, F. Hulwr.
l'hirxl row-P. Hnrvvy. M. Coopur. M. Mvseivngclu
9. Sm-4-kings, J. Polliuk, U. Berg, W. Williams.
First ruwgw. Hou-llim,:', V. Strum, S. iilll'lZi0, A.
ldlxnvvr, D. Hniprhl. M. Carlsmm, 1'. Yntcs, M. Spvncv,
Sm-mul row-D. Grunvr, U. Gardner, R. Jnhnson,
J. U'lIura1, R. IHIHHUII, W. Amivrson, R. Vnnhnm,
'l'. Palmgrvn, G. Curly.
Third raw-J. Rveri. W. I!-nzard, C. I-Istis, D. Grnner
Il. Swanson, I.. Ihrriluz, I.. Allun. VV. Swanson.
Fourth row-J. Schutt. E. Hays. D. Warren. J.
IH-ti-rs. C. Frank .l. lluih-y I". Samihvrgr, R. Over-
lwrsz. K. SL-hm-ider.
Vin-sl row-A. Amlvrsun, F. Nelson, M. PI. Warner
N. Davis. Janice lilnonl, Janet Blood, U. livndler
R. VVurden, E. W'0lls. G. iiosku.
Sn-vnlul row-Ii. 'I'h1n'. J. Kishluvk, J. Hutton, li
llarton, P. Barton, J. Ifdoruhuk, P. Lune. M. Fagan,
'l'hirui row-G. Mivhuvl, C. Rout, J. Sinlford, I
.luhnson, W. J. Hmhrus, l'. Morley, C. Johnson.
First row-l'. Vincvni. T. Kidd, W. Jones. D. Hitch-
cuvli, J. Davis. D. Simmons. H. Horn, T. Flynn
G. Van Every.
Sc-ruin! row-I-I. Ponhollnw, C. Simpson, M. Ulnuson
M. Jnhnson, C. Ellis, J. Kennvlly. R. Nvlsnn. VV
Vrull, A. Jackson, Mr. Harp.
'l'hirnl rowfli. Simpson, N. Dunn, I.. Comix-rquist
R, Schi1vg1lonhvi'p:1-r, J. Morrison, D. Hurlbnrt, B
Iirnlvy, G. Marsh.
lfuurih ww-D. Evinm-mik, J. B1-uwn, I.. Ilvnloy, W
Klnwnn. N. Carlson, A. N4-lson, V. l'u1.n-l'r-mn, D
Hn-nit, R. Sturm-nlu-rkor.
natwl-Nlrs. Hutch, Mrs. Proctor, P. Thompson. M. Weseott, C. Parker, l.. Reynolds, Mrs. Ilurk, C.
'ugh R. Schnviilrw, P. Illimniqnist.
Standing:-IT. Sfium, Pram-es Fr:-ny, J. Parker, D. Evinezik. J. Offhzins. M. Fagan. li. Hitchi-nt-k, K,
Nelson, J. Li-vin-', 14. Gilson, D. 1'01.i-rsini, H. Melia-inn, J. Larson, R. Vanlflvvry, S. Gross, M. Pllllllill,
li. Sizirkwfnthc-i', IJ. l'cLm'i'N, J. Pziqiiiii, R. Swanson, M. L. lalzizzzird, J. Miller,
DETERMINED to produce Southwestern's best yearbook, but some-
what dubious as to the exact nature of the job, the Centralian staff
began work early in the year.
Under the needed guidance of Mrs. Burk and Mrs. Hatch, the task
became clearer and harder. Pictures to take, writeups to be composed,
ads and subscriptions to be collected-all were jobs to be done. However,
they were completed and the 1951 Centralian went to press, leaving a
weary, but wiser staff.
Co-Editors , Lynn Reynolds, Carol Parker
Business Managers , Charles Vogt, Rodger Swanson
Art Marilyn XVescott, Don Lepley,Virginia Anderson
Photography . . Tom McCann, Emily Gilson
Subscriptions .. .. .. . .,.. Kenneth Nelson
Advertising . , ,,,,..,. Robert Schneider
Typists ,, Carol Patton, joan Paquin, Dianne Peters
Class Representatives Patricia Thompson, John
Levine, Doris Strom, Frances Freay, Janice Offhaus,
Roger Van Every, Betty Starkweather, Bonnie
McCann, Mary Lou Hazzard, Jack Larson, Kay
Parker, Joann Parker, Barbara Hitchcock, Duane
Peterson, Marlene Paquin, James Miller, Marilyn
Ifagan, Daniel livanczik, Sally Gross, Way'ne
Seated-l'. Loftus, K. Dnnielson, J. Bailey, A. Burstrom, C. Hinderer, Miss Jones. Mr. Haliich, D.
Anderson, N. Olson, J. Johnson.
Slfnnilimx-ll. Lane, D. Simmons, 1'. Peterson, R. Williams, li. Moniz, H. Warner, R.. Whitforil, G.
Clark, L. Reynolds, B. LalQnuy, E. Gilson, J. Seorse, L. Allen.
THE purpose of the Student Council is to promote co-operation within
the school. During a school year there are problems continually arising
that concern both pupils and teachers. We students, having the privilege
of operating a Student Council, may bargain collectively and measure
these problems with our teachers and advisors. By using this method of
planning we have arrived at many favorable agreements. This plan
also promotes better student and teacher relations.
ln organizing the Student Council of Southwestern Central we have
decided that there must be two organized councils, one at each branch.
We agreed upon this procedure, realizing that there are different prob-
lems which will arise in each school.
The Celoron Branch organized rather late the first semester. The
council went right to work on promoting co-operation and maintaining
order within the school. A responsibility delegated to the council by Mr.
McKay was the supervision of extra-curricular activities. All requests
pertaining to the use of school property are carefully weighed and meas--
ured by the council. If it is believed that an activity is an advantage to
the school, permission is granted by the council. As before, the members
were chosen by each class of the junior and senior high school.
The Lakewood Branch also started late but got right to work on
important activities. It was decided to use the monitor system to re-
lieve congestion in the corridors. The Student Council also helped in
setting up in working order the school newspaper. -K. M., L. R.
Srzxtwl-C. Vattvn, l'. Eri4'k'on, R. Jensen. F. Vandenburu, D. Hultin, Mrs. Chase, S, Bailey, D. Peters.
Standini:-I". I-'rt-ziy, N. Adams. J. Mrlntyre. M. VVidlunil, J. Paquin. N. Healy. E. VVilson, J. Johnson,
Pi Huhyuk. .l. Anderson, li. ldrlxrren, ll. S1.urkwcuthi-r, G. Johnson, .l. Hott-lliniz, li. llliminstrunrl, S.
li :ini y,
IN SEPTEMBER, the Crystal staff resumed operations with only four
members from the original staff. This has meant hard work in training
the new members.
Editor . Sue Bailey
Assistant Editor Dianne Peters
Business Manager , Charlene Johnson
Assistant Business Manager , Betty Bloomstrand
News Editors , M'rianna Mosher, Shirley Blaney
Assistant News Editor , ,, Frances Freay
Feature Editor . .Ioan Easton
Assistant Feature Editor . Nancy Beaty
Art Editors Janice Melntyre, Norma Adams
Assistant Art Editor W . jean Hotelling
Priscilla Erickson, Marilyn Widltiiid, Ruth Ann Jensen
Clarabelle Vandenburg, Dorothy Hultin
Girls' Sports , , Carol Patton
Boys' Sports , , , Carol Patton
Typists-.Ioyee Anderson, Patty Babyak, Karin Ed-
gren, ,Ioan johnson, joan Paquin, Betty Stark-
weather, Elaine W'ilson
Mimeograph-Sue Bailey, Elaine Wilsoii, Dianne Peters
the national honor society
ICLIGIBILITY to the National Honor Society is based on four requisites:
Q12 Character, which includes high standards of honesty and reliability,
Q25 Scholarship, which consists of being an honor or merit student, QQ
Leadership, which comprises constructive work in class, holding offices of
responsibility and having good influence on others and C45 Service, which
includes courtesy, performance of duties and service to others above
The membership of the Lakewood Alpha Chapter was augmented
by inducting Hve students. The new membership consists of Lynn
Reynolds, George Braley, and Dave Stark from the Senor Classg Richard
Wfigley and Clarence Olson from the Sophomore group.
The Alpha Chi Omega Chapter of Celoron was expanded by tapping
live new members. They are Barbara LaQuay, Carol Parker, and Robert
Schneider, Seniors, and Dennis Anderson and Alfred Parker, Sophomores.
No honor conferred by this school excels that of membership in the
National Honor Society, as it represents the four dimensions of life, the
fundamental objectives for which high schools are instituted: Character,
Scholarship, Leadership and Service.
Front. row-J. Pnquin, N. Naylor, C. Parker, F. Freuy, R. Snndbm-nz, D. Pr-ters, C. Oli-sun, A. Barone
J. Wigley, R. Wigley, D. Andvri-inn.
Second row-R. Schneider, R. Swanson, A. Pai-kvr, G. liraloy, L. Reynolds, T. Nuuizhton, D. Stark
I-'ii-si row- M. .I. I'n-nliolluw, I'. Olson. Ii. Ahl, Il. T:il1t'r.'A. I.il,l:l. NI. A. Hvnfller. A. Iiurstroni, I
Xl ii NI I WI lm I Iiuilex
.K-so , . . .. i oo". ', i'v'.'.
Si-von-I row I,. S mrllng, .I, Imwsoli, .I. VV:irlow. Il. M. Alinliwson, II, Slroni, li. SI:1i'Inv4:1l1n", . Sv
1 1 I M 411
l', I-Irii-Itsoii, Ii. I"i:ink. Ii. lint uziy.
'l'llir4I row- -IIA l'i'i::ix, S. Ilnrsirom. ll. Sliivkliir, -I. Ilomvr, I". Kiifi-r, Il. I4'rvil1-rivltson, l'. Si-lin -'i 4-'.
, , .- - - . V' .
s All i
loop-th ron .I. fiirlsun. Il. Allen, Ii. porresti-', Ii. Iiinililul-l, lt. Wlxflvy. It. .XIinxfi'vii, ,l, All-Must 1
ONIC school organization which has taken on advanced tasks and pro-
dued much more specialized programs under the centralivation system
is the chorus.
Concentrating on the development of quality and vocal blending,
the combined chorus has carried out many new projects. The greatest
of these was the operetta, "All at Sea."
Competition at Fredonia demanded much praetice as did the con-
certs, one in November, another at Christmas, and one in the spring.
Iwo outstanding arrangements performed successfully by the group
were Ifred Xllfaringls "Song of Christmasl' and the "Battle Hymn of the
liepublicf' The "Song ofChristm:1s" is the complete Christmas story told
in music, using several soloists and a narrator. This was presented several
times. The "Battle Hymn of the Republic" utilized a small, picked band
which added greatly to the full choruses.
, . . , . . , . .
l'll's1 row-ll, ihristy, l. l':u::u1, J, liurls. lf. lzxrkvr, N. Nelson, li, lim'1'nh:iril. lx. Imulelson, A. lizrm-
lierson, ll. Swealrlmzrn, li, Johnson, J, Vnquin.
Sn-4-om! row V. 5L'llllXii'I', J. l.uQu:iy, S. Hanley. C. llimlerer, N, lhaly, U, l'ul'lson,'S. lilanvy, li. llloom
s1l':inil, ll, Sen-.
l'liir1l rmvfl'. Rushworlli, 'If Mefzlyin. li. VVhiIfoy'1l. R. Swanson, I., Hiii-man, NV. VK':is:4n1:ln.
Fourth row--A. l'nrker, J. Mark, R. Spnrling, D. Nia-Lerson. li. Mei-win, C. Vogt, A, Powell. S. Wi-islproil.
An invitation by Fredonia State Teachers, College to see the oper-
etta, "The Chocolate Soldier," was accepted and the program enjoyed
Each vocalist became the proud possessor of a beautiful robe, which
arrived in time for the Fredonia competition. This enabled Lakewood
and Celoron to be gowned alike in blue and white.
The group functioned under the following ofhcersz
President Carol Parker, Ann Burstrom
Vice President . Nancy Beaty
Secretary -loan Paquin, Mary Ann Hendler
I.il51'lll'l.ll1S'-Al1l1C Lamberson, Diane Carlson, Carol
I-Iinderer, Jack Carlson
Pianists Gladys johnson. Ann Burstrom
julie Lawson, Betty Starlaweather, Diane Christy
Firsi row: M. Kofoil, .l. Siixtrins, H. Pauls. C. Carl:-itronn. R. Pit-rev, A. Mitcll. l'l. Mviiill.
Buck row: M. IG. Warner, l'. Handler, l'. Louzm, A. Johnson, Mr. Turner.
A NIQXV venture in Southwestern Central is the formation of an orches-
tra. Interested students of the Hfth and sixth grades have secured
violins and entered the realm of string music. Others are attempting
to conquer the violin's big brothers, the viola and cello.
Once a week the violin pupils trek over to the music room for their
lesson with Arthur Briggs, string instructor for the school. In addition
to these special sessions the entire orchestra has rehearsed with Mr. Turner
once a week at each branch. Here they have been endeavoring to learn
basic fingering, scales, and technique. There are two classes at each
school plus a cello group which Mr. Turner has been teaching.
From the beginning progress has been rapid and the newly formed
orchestra was able to present two numbers at the january senior band
concert. These were:
Little March eee, . Loc'k.lanrf
French Folk Song cT1'zzzfifi0m1l
The strings will next year combine with the junior band in grade
two music if a regular rehearsal time can be found in the overcrowded
schedule of the music department. The talent already shown promises
the development of an excellent group in coming years.
First. row-H. rP2llH'l'. J. Lawson, IJ. Swearingen, J. Paquin, N. Nelson,
Sci-onil row--S. Weishrod, J. Romer. A. Powell, J. Carlson, W. Wztssmiili, D. 'l'i'unx, R. Schneider, S.
liuistiom, R. Merwin, R. Sparling, ID. Nickerson, J. Mt-Master, R, Swanson, W. Carlson, R. Frederielzson.
Third row-R. W'hi!foril. P. Flrirkson. I. Eriezon. G. Denn. R. I"ori-ester, R. Allen. M. Mosher,
R. Ahlnigren. J. Mark, R. Lindquist, R.. Ahl. C. Vogt. M. A. Hendler. C. Hinderer, R. Willey, A.
Lzimlii :si ii. '1'. McCann, P. Roshwork. A. Parker, B. LuQuay. N, lha.y, C. larker,
I-'i.ul'Ih row-S. lhiili-y, B. Frank. N. Gunton. P. Fagan, J. Warlow, li. See, M. Scott. D. Carlson,
J. Bork, V. Schuyler. li. Starkweuilier, J. LeQuuy, D. Christy. E. Nelson, P, Bailey, I.. M. Anderson
G. Johnson, A. Iiiljn. D. Strom, li. Bernhard. li. Sparlinpz. M. L. Moore, K. Danielson,
all at sea
THE sparkling humor and delightful vivacity of Gilbert and Sullivan
were very evident in the first operetta to be presented by the combined
chorus of Southwestern Central. "All at Sea" is an adaptation by Harvey
XVorthington Loomis of the NH. M. S. Pinaforev in which many famous
characters of Gflbert and Sullivan, arrayed in their gay costumes, come
together and sing their most familiar songs.
Also involved in the plot are the complicated romances of Josephine,
the Captain's daughterg Ralph, a seamang Mabel and a pirate, and Pa-
tience and Grosvenor.
Principals of the play included:
Captain Cczrcoran ., Roger Lindquist Lord Chancellor . Alfred Parker
Sir joseph Porter Charles Vogt Mikado of japan ., , Peter Rushworth
Ralph Rackstraw Richard Forrester Poohbah , ., Thomas McCann
Dick Deadey: john Carlson Koko . . ., ,, - , jerry Mack
Midghipmifg Ross Shickler Josephine ,. Mary Ann Hendler
Pirate Ring Grant Denn Little Buttercup . Priscilla Erickson
lf,-cdcriek Roy Almgren Patience Carol Hinderer
Police Sergeant Ronald Merwin Mabel . . Rosemary Alil
Grosvenor Richard Wigley Phyllis , . ., Marianna Mosher
Sf,-Cplwn W ,, Richard Allen Fairy Queen Anne Lamberson
Three Little Maids-
Barbara LaQuav, Nancy Beaty, Carol Parker
The remainder of the chorus comprised the crew, Sir Joseph's sisters,
cousins, and aunts, policemen, and fairies.
Si-ated-l'. Ilendivr. G. Johnson, l', l'1x'inezik, M. E. Warner. C. furlson lM:xjorvttm-I.
Sveoncl vow--W. Jones, li. 'I"liompson, J. Feilorehuk, R. Almizren, I". Olson, li. Spnrlimt, V. Johnson
'l'llll'l rox -M. 'zu 'sin l e A l': 'I - W S ,UI .
y 1 'v 1 ll , l.1inii . . ll ur, . wane 1
1'oui'1,h row-D. '1ll'IliVl'l'S, K. S1'l1nt-ider, li. Linmliiuist.
TI-Ili. combined band completed a successful fifth season despite the
handicap of divided rehearsals. TWO concerts plus one with the chorus
formed a major part of the year's program.
To work out diflicult passages and acquire better musical technique
each member of the band has nwt with Mr. Turner one period a week.
Extra rhythm was added by the knocking of knees at Fredonia
when several selections were presented in competition. Braver members
also entered the solo field.
Several students participated in the All-State Festival band and
NWoodwinds-Robert Loomis, Anne Lamberson, Priscilla Bailey,
-lulie Lawson, .ind Roy Almgrcn.
Brass - Arlee Powell, Whillgice Carlson, Robert Schneider, Brian
Anderson, Keith Mong, XVilliam Clawson, Jack Penhollow, and
Percussion - l,orrnine Sparling.
Nuuln-ll--ll. Horn llNlnjin'i-ltr-I. J. I,1n'm', J. Fllnl, C. MUKHY. D. Rumi.
ct-nnil row-l'. Squiers. A. launlwrson, J. Anderson, D. Myrugzmril, L. Simzins, E. Lnmherson, J.
law:-mn. I'. lhuliy, Mr. lurnvr.
lhird rmv-li. M1-l-win, W. Cluwsnn, J. 1't-nhollnw, R. Sehneialvr, P. Yzlles, C. linmurcu
ourtih row-ll. Amie:-sim, A. Powell, W. J. Ilndpres, I". Struiiixrall.
Other activities of the year were exchange assemblies with Falconer,
an ice cream social at Busti Cparticularly enjoyed by the instrumental-
istsj , marching on Memorial Day and playing at Commencement.
Selections ranging from "Boogie-Woogie Band" and "Dry Bones" to
Beethoven's "Military Marchw have been presented. Most enjoyable to
the students are the extraordinary novelty numbers, several of which
were played with the aid of whip cracks, slide whistles and alarm clocks.
Officers of the group were:
President . Willitilai Clawson
Secretary , ,Ianice Anderson
Treasurer . . Pauline lfvinczik
President . . . Alfred Parker
Vice President . . Keith Mong
Secretary and Treasurer ...,., AnneLamberson
ov i '
First. row: S. liluliu V, ll. l!fonm:4trnn:l, Il. See. li. lfrzink, S. Hailey.
S1-unlul row: Ii. Knhfv, R, 'Kilt-H, Mrs. YY::t11n, VV, VVusslnnn. D. Mcfunn, D, lm-ter-ull, K.. l'it4'l's1-n
national thespian society
TROUPIQ 866 of the National Honor Society for Dramatics was enlarged
this year from one member, Joan Easton, to a group of twelve young
actors. This group includes people who have had parts in plays, worked
on committees, or served as stage crew. Eligibility to the society requires
ten creditsg ten more credits are required for each additional star. Two
members of Troupe 866 have earned stars this year. They are Joan Easton
and DeVere McCann.
The eleven new members were tapped at the second performance of
"Seventeenth Summern and inducted by officers and members of james-
town's troupe. At the induction members of tIa1nestown's troupe ex-
plained the origin and principles of the Thespian Society.
Because our group is usually so small at the beginning of the school
year, we are an honorary society instead of an active one. Consequently,
we have no officers.
teen-age talent club
XVHAT makes an actor act? Wliat makes a play play? Wl1at's behind
all this stuff they've been raving about ever since Shakespear first shook,
not a spear, but a quill at a sheet of foolscap and started all these char-
actcrs stalking across the boards of the world? That's what the Teen-Age
Talent Club means to find out this year.
The ch-b's motto, "Let's Pretend," casts its spell each Monday dur-
ing seventh period, and the ghosts of every actor since the days of
liuripides can be heard moaning outside the Windows of room 8.
lfach wcek's meeting is given over to the study of some different
phase ol' the rudiments of acting, makeup and general stage work.
To illustrate the points learned and give everyone a chance to "tread
the boards" four simple one-act plays were produced during the year.
The club's annual social event, a I3armer's Formal, again gave the
haysced set a chance to trip the light fantastic.
Bonnie McCann is following in Brother Tom's footsteps as president.
Anton Neubauer is secretary and Marjorie Starkweather holds the purse
strings. Tlit rest of the strings are pulled by Patsy Hyde, a very eilicient
program chairman, aided and abetted by Miss Pauline Lopus, the club
lfirsi nm-gli. lh-rnlmril, A. Lilju, M. Strnnixrun, Dr. Ellis, P, Hyde, M. Slurkwrnthtr, li. Mrl'unn, Miss
I u Ii Rr ll 1 IIMAHA I
.np s, . mano, '. ,z 1 '-z, R. Mal ure.
S--4-und row-S. Anderson, D, Puff. G. Vunhnm, E. Fuseus, IJ. Edwards. A. Nanhann-r.
E. Gustafson. N. Glllll-lin, D. Christy, A. liurstrom, E. 0'Brien, John Olsen, M. A. Ht-nrller, D Swcar
ingin, A. linronv. G. Clark, M. J. Penhollow.
THE Class of '52 presented as its annual play "Brother Goose," a comedy
in three acts, under the able direction of Miss Virginia Hall.
The cast included:
Jeff "Brother Goose"
his flock ., , ,
Helen, who quits ..
Sara, a colored maid ,, ,..,,, ,
Eve, a Southern charmer ,,t, A ,,.,, ,,
Peggy, who comes to the rescue.,
Lenore, who has plans ,....,.,... ...... , ...,.. . ,
Mrs. Trimmer, of the Wee Blue Inns
Mary Ann Hendler
Mary jean Penhollow
7, ..Ainn Burstrom
. ,,,. W Eileen O'Bricn
.... Narita Gunton
. ,,..,., Diane Christy
Truck Driver, who is plenty mad .,.,,tt,.,,, .......,.. John Olsen
The stage setting was well fitted for the play, the sewing machine
occupying a very prominent place in the family problems.
This play, which demonstrated the trials of a young man trying to
manage a home for three teen agers, brought great enjoyment to both
audience and actors.
ABOUT six years ago a dramatic club group was reorganized at Celoron
and immediately revived the previous name of Masqueraders. The
present elul-i has had successful plays each year and has learned to handle
staging, properties, make-up. and sound and lighting effects as well as
a hit about acting.
The present officers are:
President Jerry Peterson
Vicv:-Presiclenl . . NVilliam W"Llhhl11.ll1
Secretary . Beverly See
Treasurer .. Sue Bailey
Director Nlrs. Gladys XXVJISOIT
"Seventeenth Summer," the delightful story of a girl,s Hrst love
allair, was presented in March with the following club ineinbers taking
pa rt :
Kit t y
-loan Easton Art XVilliam XY!.1SSI'l1.1l1
.lC1'l'Y PUYCVSUN Martin Keith Nlong
Slm-lcy Bllmcy lane Betty Bloonislrand
Don Peterson ' , ' .
Madelyn Stranigan Mdrglc Delores SCC
Sue Hailey Tony Tom McCann
Be1lY liranls l:l'ifZ l7lCli Kllhlk'
l"I'1'nlf S. Brett l P'1n'r'
Su-mill rimfhl .- NN
lliilml ion !B. I..
'nts-in. li. Ste, ll. Sie, li. Bliumistraimi, H. llarrisou. S. lilaney. .l. l':iquin, S. Built-5
ink. 'IK Mr1':mn. J. Hott-llingz. Il. l'xtvi'snn. M. VVi1llunml, NV. VYussni:ln.
' First row-I.. Allen, VV. Swanson. C. Estis. W. Hotellinll. S. llurrzio, J. Shutt. M. Carlson. P. Yates.
T. l'ark4 r. F. I-'re:iy, C. Frank, J. Forrl, J. Miller.
Svvoml row---S. lhiixluv, L. Simrvr. P. Squier. A. Robin:-inn, S. Warner, V. Strom, T. Furhrnn. D.
Jrhnsnn, M. Milrtinsirn, ll. Cooke, G. Johnson, G. Robbins, J. Huber, NLR Olson, S. Gardner. S. Oslroni,
J. Kam-, l'. Seymore, C, Horn, W. Williams. Mrs. Deuink.
Third row+M. Vziqiiin. N. Gibbs, W. Young. F. McKay. l'. Harvey. J. Bailey. S. Gross. li. On-rbvriz.
S, Manhart, I., Newark. K. Ilircl. I.. Larson, J. Klomp. S. Hulling, M. Sealise, C. Carlson.
junior high dramatic club
MORE than fifty enthusiastic students responded to the call that a Junior
High Dramatic Club was to be organized. What could a director do
with such a number? After all, didn't these students wish to don the
mask and wig and display any histrionic talents they possessed? After
some deliberation, it was decided to divide the students into groups.
Iiach group had a student leader who with his committee was re-
sponsible for one program during the year. We planned our whole
program, making frequent use of the victrola, which we earned, to
furnish some of our entertainment. We have several folders of records
including: "Rip Van Winkleng "Christmas Carolng Man Without a
We did some serious studying on make-up and We built some mini-
ature stages, We wrote some plays and acted them out, using puppets
which were made in art classes.
Of course, funds had to be provided, for we have expenses to meet
too. We sold cards and stationery. However the biggest project of the
year was staging the "Bandanna Minstrel" which included all the club
in its cast.
. . . , . .
M. Robbins, D, Nels-unn, J. Heniirieksam. L. Hziizxzlund, J. Wuzley, li. It-terson, R. Lnrlson, L. hi-otl, R,
Curly, D. 0fThuus.
THE fervor of the student body of the Lakewood Branch was not damp-
ened by the drizzling rain and chilly atmosphere which necessitated hold-
ing the traditional May Day festival indoors.
King X'C'inter, Bert Peterson, was escorted to the throne by the mas-
ter of ceremonies, Ronald Carlson, to await the arrival of the May queen.
The junior girls, attired in formals and carrying floral arches, led the pro-
cession. Next under the floral arches came the senior couples arm in arm,
the crown and footstool bearers, the little flower girls and the class presi-
dents who took their places on either side of the king.
The expectant crowd was hushed as the lovely May queen, Jane
Wigley, followed by the maid of honor, Linnea Hagglund, was assisted
to the throne by King Wiiiter. The master of ceremonies assisted the
maid of honor to the platform.
The class presidents then came forth to present their gifts. Ronald
Donner, senior class president, presented the crown to the king who
placed it on the queen's head. Tom Naughton, junior class president, pre-
sented the footstoolg Ann Burstrom, sophomore class president, the
queen's bouquetg and Clarence Olson, the freshman president, the maid
of honor,s bouquet.
After the presentation of gifts the royal couple were honored by a
Maypole dance and group dancing by the juniors and grade children.
The procession left the auditorium filled with the excitement of an-
other beautiful and impressive May Day festival long to be remembered.
celor-on camera club
Sl IUTTLQR, lens, focal distance, hypo, gloss-these and many other terms
can now he explained and used by the thirteen ardent amateurs of
Celoroifs Camera Club. Meeting with Mr. Morris each Tuesday, they
investigated photography. The students now view the world from be-
hind a camera with each scene presenting a possible good picture.
The club has set up the following aims:
i. To increase the individual's photographic knowledge and tech-
2. To promote fellowship and exchange of ideas.
3. To foster exhibitions and contests.
4. To operate movies shown in school.
5. To have fun with a camera.
These aims have been carried out extensively this year by the
group with its officers:
President Dale Newark
Vice President Theil lilalund
Secretary Joyce Anderson
Treasurer Richard Plank
Si-nts-ii-k-J. 'Fhimizn-1, C. Nero, J. Anderson, N. Adams.
StiuiiIim:fJ, Melniyri-, T, Hlaluml. ll, Amiersini. C. Peterson, R, Ss-lung-ieli-i', R. Plank, IJ. Ni-mark. Mr
Front row-J. Schneider, R.. Shickler, E. Schuyler-, J. Heald, L. McIntyre.
Second row-113. Gunton, J. Scorso, F. Overheck, R. Barton, M. L. White.
'Third row-Mrs. Peterson, M. Kofod, IR. Burst:-nm, R. Heintzmun absc-nhl
I PLEDGE MYSELF To:
Report for duty on time.
Perform my duties faithfully.
Strive to prevent accidents, always setting a good example myself.
Obey my teachers and ofhcers of the patrol.
Report dangerous practices of students.
Strive to earn the respect of fellow students.
Members of the Safety Patrol were directed by Mrs. Martha Peter-
son this year. At this time, patrols worked at the street intersections
adjoining the school to guide the pupils in watching trailic and crossing
streets. The members worked at their assigned positions mornings and
afternoons, and also on Thursdays when students walked to religious in-
struction classes held in the Sacred Heart and Methodist churches.
The members of this group are chosen for their ability to think
clearly and quickly, and to command respect from their fellow students.
The Safety Patrol has a record very deserving of merit for their service
to the school and the community.
First row-C. Fulton. R. Renulclo, D. Strom. D. Peterson, IA. Strom, A. Neubauer.
For-mul row-J. Ulien, A. Apzm-w. C. Jneksnn, F. Workens, C. Peterson, R. Allen.
Thirwl l'uwfG. l':n'dy. D. Plank, C. Gmlilinir. J. Bailey. T, Eklund, H. Anderson, J. Paquin, ID. I'ufT.
Fourth rnwe-M. Slranixran, R. Plank, J. Parker, R. Harrison, D. Carlson, E. Wilson, S. Anmln-:sony I-I.
l'rull, li. llloumstranrl, D. See.
Shun-R.. Ahl, IS. See, Mrs. Rhodes.
senior dance club
"GO BACK home and swing your own or I'll leave you standing there
alone." It's Wednesday afternoon and Senior Dance Club is well under
way. Some of the best dancers are out on the floor helping those who
cannot dance. The dances consist of any from smooth waltzes to square
dances and the "Charleston,'.
The basic requirement for membership is an interest in dancing,
either to learn, improve or just enjoy the art. Another requirement is a
twenty-five-cent membership fee. This money is used for the purchase
of new records.
Mr. Marquis Levine used his knowledge of electronics to connect a
loud speaker with the phonograph. This enables us to hear the records
from all corners of the gym.
Oificers of the group which is supervised by Mrs. Rhodes and Miss
President . . .... Willianm Wassman
Vice President . Nancy Bcaty
Secretary-Treasurer Carol Patton
Front-J. llii-rs, S. Gardiner. B. Huber, M. Martinson. W. Young, Mrs. Dennison.
l"irsl Cirele---FC. Ruynolcls. I.. LeRoy, D. Muily.-fe, M. Widegren, N. Olson, G. Johnson, R, Reeves, N. Gibbs.
Si'l'0lHl Ci!"-'ll'-S lill2'b9L', H. Peters, S. Warner, C. Freziy. L, Seuxxer, RL' Schneider, J. Patti, J. Kane.
'Fliirml Cireli--lll. llnner, G. Robbins, J. Jnekson, C. Carlson, P. Squier, R. Harvey, T. Parker, D.
Fourth Cin-li+S. Oslrom, B. Cooke. W. Almgren, A. Robinson, C. McKay. J. Miller, T. Corbran, M.
junior dance club
BACK in September the seventh and eighth graders who were eager to
learn to dance formed the Junior Dance Club. Then the question arose
of who would ofliciate. After much debating we elected the following
President . , Gary Johnson Secretary ,, . .Marlene Paquin
Vice President , . ,Howard Peters Treasurer .... , , .Robert Harvey
Although at first we appeared awkward on the dance floor, we im-
proved week by week, with the needed assistance of Mrs. Dennison and
Miss Reichel. Our knowledge of dancing and pleasure have increased to
new heights. We have learned to polka and square dance to the rhythm of
At each meeting a committee was chosen to prepare a program for
the ensuing meeting. The club niet alternate Wednesdays. We have en-
joyed particularly occasional "Ladies' Days" when the girls were privi-
leged to choose their partners.
We hope that the future members of the "Junior Dance Club" will
enjoy and appreciate this club as much as we have. -M. P., Y.
junior high dance club
DURING activity period on Wednesdays gay music fills the gymnasium
when members of grades seven and eight gather for a meeting of their
Mrs. Carlson has given freely of her time and patience to instruct
the young people in behavior and actual dance techniques. They have
learned fox trot, Waltz, two-step, polka, and square dance. Features have
been Couples' Dance, Broom Dance, Shoe Dance, and Ladies' Choice.
Dues were collected and money was used to purchase new records.
Officers were as follows:
President . ,,,, Diana Rood
Vice President . . Peter Peterson
Secretary , .. . Catherine Hendler
Treasurer .. . ,.,, .,,,. . Duane Peterson
The members of the club feel that the activities have added much
to their social life and they hope there will be a large membership next
year. They wish to thank Mrs. Carlson for her assistance throughout the
year. -M. G., G. R.
First row-li. Aeiniisto, A. Slwflic-lrl, M. Milton, J. l"arnswor1.l1, D. VnnEvi-ry, A. Frederic-kson, M.
Kidd. D. Slwnrinzin, M. Cuffuro, J. Sl,:1ll'ord, H. Kruegzer, J. Nelson, li. Hitchcock. M. Mntlison, M.
Gorman, R. llergrstrom.
Scconrl row-iN. Carlson, M. E. Warner, R. Simpson, W. J. Hodges, G. lloslzo, M. Cluwson, C, H1-nrller,
R. Nelson. l'. Thomas, l'. Pettrson, ll. Rooul. R. liennink, l'. Gustafson, J. Kishloek.
Standing-C. Rout. Ii, Barton, G. Mix-hael. C. Nelson, J. Kishloek, P. Lane. M. Faizan, A. Anderson
lilooil Twins, R. Ii. Peterson, G. Reynolds. l'. Apthorpe, S. Parsons, l. Johnson, A. lloyd, J. Button
M. Brink, I'. Siimmon, M. llendriekson, R. Worden, D. Vzinlslvery, J. Newton, M. U:u'l.on, Mrs. Carlson
D. l'e1.i-rson, W. Cui-lson, M. Covey, C. Johnson, C. Ruch, C. Ellison, E. Card.
senior dance club
EVERY Thursday afternoon, when seventh period rolls around, the
Lakewood gym is filled with the strains of various types of music, rang-
ing from polkas to waltz time. Yes, it's the Senior High Dance Club out
upon their weekly fling. Under the capable direction of Mrs. Carlson,
everyone has fun while he learns.
At our first meeting, the following officers were elected:
President . ,. .. .. . . Don Martindale
Vice President , , Doreen lileteher
Secretary .. .. .. Mary Ann Hendler
Treasurer, ,, ,, . . . Lynn Reynolds
After our first meeting, the group grew by leaps and bounds. Soon
the club had over Hfty lads and lassies ranging from freshmen to seniors.
lt was understood that gold-bricks would be thrown overboard, so fairly
good cooperation has been realized. -L. R.
Foreyzrouml: Q. Lune, J. Moore, S. Rupp, P. Swanson, C. Lane, R. Wiizlvy. M. A. Hi-niller, C. Carlson
l. Green, l'. Hvinezik. R. Warner, K. Danielson, D. 'l+'Ietel1tr, L. Reynolds, F. Heillunml, N. Gustnfson.
Center: K. VVhilfol'il. M. Deekur, J. Welshofer, L. Moore, E. Nelson. L. M. Anderson. J. Carlson, ,-.
Wilson, A. linrstrom, T. Swenringzen, D. Nickerson, l'. Thompscn. F. Vogt, I'. Carlson. li. H4-rn, A. lien
nink, l'. Carlson, R. Rapp, S. Donner, J. Larson, M. Pmterson, N. Nelson, S, lim-51,-nm, lf, 1v,,l1,qi,,,-, lg
Tliompson, I". Olson, K. Griffen, J. Sh-vens, l'. Rushworlh.
llnekgrounil: W. Moran, D. Lawson. li. Rueli. M. Bi-ryrslrom, J, Malek, M, Wes:-oti. M. llrink, I. Furil
J. Nielw-rson, D. Truax, G. Griffon, D. Swearimzen, G. Wells, D. Martindale, PI. Gilson, li. Linilqnist:
N. Nnylor, S. Geruee, M. L. Haizznril.
Stnnilinyz: J. Levine. C. Miller, Mrs. Carlson, D. Northrop, N. Gunlon, S. Rupp, li, Carlson, J. Seorse
G. Howell, IC. l'c-leuson, E. Taylor, M. Anderson, K. Reynolds. J. Sc-orse, S. Malloy, J. Krueirer, l'. Rupp
COACH MlI,TON C. I-IARP'S diamond crew of 'go started the season
out right with an impressive win over Westheld, 10-o.
After the opener with Westield, we beat our rivals from Falconer,
3-1, in a game which was close all the way. The Red and Blues dumbed
Silver Creek and Fredonia to the tune of 11-2, I3-4, respectively.
After winning the first four games of the schedule, the Trojans were
downed by the overclassed Jamestown, double A, Red and Green by a
5-o count. But the Trojans, not liking the taste of defeat, batted back
with a io-g victory over Wfestfield. Then we lost our second game of the
year to Falconer by the score of 7-3.
In our second game with Silver Creek, we smashed the Black Knights,
6-2. The Fredonia Hilltoppers, out for revenge, won a close 2-1 decision
over the battling Trojans.
The last of our regularly scheduled games was with Jamestown. The
Red and Green, taking advantage of their class, overcame a 6-o score to
be on the better end of a 7-6 win.
We finished second in the Lake-Shore League and won the County
Class A Championship for the third consecutive year. Then we played
Gowanda for the Bi-County Championship, but we finally lost the
game 5-4. -T. N., R. W.
Fi,-HL row-li. Peterson, N. Magnuson. D. Stark, G. Denim, R. Patton, P, Logan, A. Bennink, G, Brnli-y,
T. Nztugliion, L, Erikzon, W. Carlson.
Second row-K. Olson, J. Carlson, R. Williams, R. Allen. J. McMaster, XV, Bruyvn' J. Wiglgb-, lg. Cady,
A. Barone, Conch Harp.
Front row-G. Czark, G. De-nn. T. McCann, J. Wigluy, J. Carlson.
Sei-ond row-L. Reynolds, Ii. Carlson, W. Brown, W. Wassmun, J. Mack, W. Christy, R. Cady, L.
Sulrs, P. Evinczik, Cuarh Rusliin.
THE third Southwestern track team, since centralization, pounded over
the Cinder path and came out fairly well against its competitors. The
team competed in three meets this year in which they broke out on top in
one of them.
The Red and Blue Trojans began their season with Falconer, their
traditional rival, at the Falconer track. Although the boys put all their
stamina into the meet, Faleoner's wind-boys came out to defeat the
Trojans. Later our boys met Westheld and Mayville on our own einder
path at Packard Field, in wh5ch they rallied up enough points to defeat
The county Hnals, the main and final event of the year, were also
leld at our own Packard Field. With all double A and single A schools
as their competitors, Southwesterifs men from Troy took the slot at
fourth place in the event.
The track team is sorry to lose its 440-yard dash man, Ronnie Carl-
son. who has been a constant winner.
The members of the team wish to thank Mr. Rushin, Southwesterifs
track coach, for the fine job he has done in molding such a fine team.
-J. c., H. L.
First, row-vii. Munir, li. I'eltrson, G. lirnley. J. Skinner. J. Mzuznusnn, ll, Martindale, W. Clirisly, T.
Sec-innl ruwf-'l'. Swrivirijz n, ll. Mt-Curty. N. Magnuson, J. Ciirlsim, 'l'. Naughton, NV. Wussnizni, J.
Wifzley, C. Vogt, li. Reynolds, .l. Seursi-, G. Ili-nn.
Thlril row-D. llzzrrison, .I. Welshofer. I'. livinezilz, R. Williiirns, D. Travers, W. Moran, J. MeM:isli-r.
A. D1-snerek, John Olsen, R. Wiu'ner. James Olsen, IC. VVijzley,
SPECTATORS of the Southwestern Trojans' gridiron witnessed a highly
successful '51 season. Coach Rushin and his assistants, Coaches Shevalier
and Munson, drilled their boys to the top of the league which had to be
shared with Falconer finally because of a I2 all tie between the two rivals.
The initial game of the year was played under the lights at Packard
Field against the Black Knights of Silver Creek in which the Trojans
defeated them with a 45 shut-out.
XVestfield's meaty but slow moving team was easily defeated by our
hard hitting, lightning fast Trojan team with the final score 39-6.
It was on Friday, the thirteenth of October, that the Trojans collided
with the Golden Falcons, both of which were fighting for first place in
the Southwestern Conference. At that time the Golden Falcons were in
the lead with a score of 12.-o, but the Trojans' incessant driving and
tackling penetrated deep into the Falcons, territory climaxing a 12-
The following Friday the Trojans, again behind in the opening half
ij,-o in favor of the Fredonia Hilltoppers, rallied a 26-13 lead over the
Hilltoppers in the remaining half.
The hnal "do or die" game, played against the challenging Gowanda
Panthers, ended in a close shave for the Trojans with a score of 14-iz.
A loss or tie would have landed the conference championship into the
Four of Southwestern's Trojans-Bert Peterson, Neil Magnuson,
.lack Wfigley and Tom Naughton-took slots in the conference All-Star
team. Tom Naughton was also the second highest individual scorer in
Southwestern I2 lfalconer
Southwestern 26 Fredonia
Southwestern 35 W'estfield
Southwestern ZS Salamanca
THE varsity cheerleaders, under the supervision of Miss Tack and Mrs.
Carlson, helped to cheer our boys on to victory both at home and away
Dressed in their blue slacks and red sweat shirts, these girls put
rhythm and pep into their cheers, which were supported by the great
crowds of spectators. Neither the pouring rain at Salamanca nor the
cold, snowy weather at Packard Field could stop these girls from rooting
for our boys. That's what we call "spirit",
D. Christy li. Vrzinl:
P. Carlson C. Patton D. Carlson
M. A. Handler J. Spence
THE Southwestern Trojans opened the season, March 2, with a loss to
lfrewsburg who, with their outstanding team, ran a score of 48-53. The
classy Dunkirk, double "A" school handed the Trojans their second loss
to the tune of 41-34. Fredonia beat the Trojans out of two Lakeshore
League games by holding them scoreless in the remaining minutes. Both
of these games were lost by three points. 47-44, 43-40.
The "Troy" men continued this slump for twelve games but the
thirteenth was fatal for the rival team of Falconer. The Trojans, play-
ing excellent ball, walked over the surprised Falconers by the count of
go-40. This gave the Trojans their one win out of ten starts, in the Lake-
The Trojans, losing only four players-Tom Naughton, Dave Stark,
.jack Carlson and Bill Brown-from the varsity because of graduation,
will have seven varsity players returning. These, combined with the
fine junior squad, are looking forward to a successful season next year.
XVe wish to thank Coach Gene Munson for his excellent leadership
this season and wish h'rn luck during the coming seasons. -R. W.
- 1 1 - - .
I'r1rnl ron-W. lfiown. A. Bzirom-, J. Wuzley, J. Carlson. '
S1-i-owl row-J. Johnson. L. Erikzon, ll. Stark. J. Mt-Master, J. Olsen. 'l'. Nzuivrhimi. R. Allen. ii.
Clark, J. Scorse.
First row: D. Swcaringen, C. Patton, J. Spence.
Second row-D. Carlson, D. Christy, B. Frank, P. Carlsen.
The school year I9SO-SI brought forth seven, vivacious, varsity
cheerleaders for the basketball season, who kept up the cheers and team
spirit despite numerous losses.
Under the expert guidance of their captain, Pat Carlson, the girls
possessed superb team spirit and quickly gained precision in perfecting
old cheers and producing new ones.
Southwestern ...,.. 33 Frewsburg
Southwestern .,.,. 34 Dunkirk .,
Southwestern ...,r 44 Fredonia .,
Southwestern . ,... 37 Westheld
Southwestern ..,,. 3 8 Jamestown
Southwestern . .... 35 Falconer tr
Southwestern 49 Gowanda
Southwestern 43 Frewsburg
Southwestern ,..,, 36 Dunkirk ,
Southwestern ..... 40 Fredonia ,
Southwestern 43 Jamestown
Southwestern , .r.. 50 Falconer ,.
Southwestern .... , 39 Olean , ,i
Southwestern , ,.,.. Sl Gowanda
WON Los r
j. v. basketball
Tl-Ili Southwestern tl. V.'s had a very successful season, turning in a
io-win 4-loss record. The toughest opposition was Dunkirk who beat
them twice. Gowanda and Fredonia were also difficult opponents, each
defeating the Troymen once, Fredonia winning in an overtime period.
However, the Southwestern men returned the hospitality by coming back
to take both teams on the home court.
Among the exciting games of the season were the ones with Falconer
and Jamestown, both being decided by one point in S0uthwestern's favor.
This year's J. V.'s record did not quite equal that of last year which was
iz wins and 2 losses, but they are expecting to match their record next
The tl. V.'s of the last few years owe much of their success to the
reliable coaching of Mr. Rushin.
The junior Varsity team was supported this year by a smart-looking
squad of cheerleaders. These girls looked very snappy in their blue cordu-
roy iumpers and White blouses. Practice once a week was held with their
adviser, Miss Tack.
First row-B. McCann. P. Babyak.
Second row-E. Peterson, J. Johnson, -I. Burk.
First row-R. VanEvery, T. Swearingen, R. Plank, D. Lepley, P. Evinczik.
Second row-R. M4'Tavish, M. Faulkner, W. Cluwson, Ii. Anderson, 15. Crocker, R. Warne: R Wnzloy
Dunkirk .. if 47
Fredonia .. 41
Westncld .,,. . . 23
Jamestown . 33
Falconer .. 5 1
Gownncla . .. 29
Dunkirk .. 46
Fredonia , 39
Jamestown . 33
Falconer .. 35
Olean . . W 35
Gowanda ., 42
ALTHOUGH not so successful as the cage teams representing South-
western Central in the past two years, the freshmen managed to hold
Besides experience, the quintet also lacked height, their short stature
being a handicap throughout the season. The two games that will be
remembered longest were with jefferson and Falconer. The tilt at
Falconer was a thriller, the local five jumped to an early first quarter
lead, only to have the Falcons catch up with them. The game seesawed
back and forth until Southwestern Centralis Baby Trojans netted six
straight points in the final seconds to win.
Witli a fairly successful season, we wish to express our thanks to
Coach Harp and wish the team of '51 the best of luck.
Hopefuls for cheerleading positions in future years are the new-
comers to the field, the freshman cheerleaders.
In learning they developed skill and wrote several cheers for their
group, then went out to give the freshman football team hearty support.
J, Lrnndnll, K., Vnnhnm. I. lnrlsun,
Conch Harp I Mnllnrv, K. See, F. Olson, V. Mossbenz, S. Geraee, R SDHYIIHL, l Jones B Turml
I- lalldxne b Maloy.
The scones of the games were as follows:
Knvelimzz li. M:ueTavisli, J, Czirlson, .I. Wixzley, R. Patliin. W. K'urlsmi, I
Stziiiiliiipr: ll, Williams. li. ldriexon, D. Stark, ll. Warner. J. MeMzister, D. MeC:mIl. Ii. Wnzley. l'. Volrl,
SOUTHXWIQSTERNS Trojans, under the leadership of Coach Dick
Slievalier, had a very successful season. The hrst meet was held at xlames-
town High for the County Championship. The Trojans, being beaten
by classy Dunkirk, Double A school, came in second for top honors.
The "Troymen,' represented the "Aw crown in the Sectional VI
Championship at Qrchard Park. Winliiiig four out of four, they rode
home with top honors of their division. The first team played was Barker
which gave us the Hrst game If-7. The second game was a hot contest
which ended in our favor, If-lj. The next team played was Lancaster
which fell to our superior setters and spikers to the tune of 15-5 and I5-3.
Southwestern is looking forward to a repeat performance next year,
as three of the starting six are returning, there are, also, the players from
the second squad who are more than willing to fill in.
XVe wish to thank Coach Dick Shevalier for his leadership which led
our Red and Blues to victory. -R. W.
l"i-out In lun-It-Ivirs. Uzirlsoii, l'. Loftus, li. Heintznian, L. Moors-, M. A. Hn-niller, D, Sweziringen, P.
Rupp. I'. Carlson, D. l'zirlson, A. Iliirslmoni. C. Imne. Ii. Sanipson, N. Andi-rson, li. Thompson, IG. Nel-
son, l'. l'Ivim'zik, J. Wzirlow, C. Miller, .l. Ulfhans, J. Nirkerson, ll. Hemi, I'. 'I'I'1ompson, U. Uarhson, N.
Gusinfwoli, G. Griilin, S. Iizxpp, N. Nelson, S. Ilonner, I. Card. M. Ih-rgsironi. N. Gunlon, I9. Carlson.
I'. Iiziilvy, J. Garrison, J. Anderson. K. Reynolds, IC. Gustafson, .I. Kl'0ll1Il'!'. M. Ii. Moore, Ii. VViLrh1.
.l. St:xfI'ol'il, V, Sehuylvr, J. linrk. I-I. l'etm-rson. K. Danielson, IG. 'l':lylor, D. Larson, A. Lawson, D.
Christy, li. Puls. l'. IUIILZHII.
IN SIIPTEMBIZR the members of the Girls' "SH Club elected the fol-
President Patricia Carlson
Vice President Ann Burstrom
Secretary .. Carol I.ane
Treasurer Diane Carlson
Under the supervision of Mrs. Carlson we have been very active
this year. In October we went on a bike hike to Panama Rocks and a hike
on foot to Fluvanna.
We held a square dance in November with music furnished by
Parker's Urchestra. This dance was a success both financially and socially.
Any girl in grades nine through twelve who is actively interested
in sports may belong to the "SM Club. In order to earn a major sports,
letter she must have a required number of points. These points may
be obtained through participation in all sports, also by good sportsman-
ship and service to her team.
Mrs. Ruth Armstrong
Maxwell F. Bailey
Willard W. Brown
Charles R. Christy
Merton P. Corwin
Lincoln W. Forrester
and Mrs. Luther C. Gilson
. Fred I. Green
William H. Harrison
and Mrs. Leslie Hern
Glen S. Hotelling
john G. -Iaclison
Edward H. Johnson
David G. Jones
Gerald S. LaQuay
G. R. LeRoy
O. C. Loomis
Leonard A. Magnuson
Thomas S. McCann
James L Mong
W. Al. Morgan
Mrs. Frank Mosher
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Mr and Mrs
Clarence E. Nelson
Clyde A. Northrop
. john C. Oberg
William P. Osnicr
Harold E. Parker
H. E. Pratt
C. Roland Rapp
W'alter T. Sandberg
and Mrs. Ernest L. Schneider
james T. Seorce
and Mrs. Martin R. Scott
Earl E. Stark
George D. Stranigan
and Mrs. Axel H. Strom
M1'. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr and Mrs.
Albert A. Swanson
Gust C. Tulga
XVilliam M. Vandenbuix,
Frank A. Wescott
Elmer H. Widlund
S. E. Young
Milton V. Wilson
Ralph K. Wilson
O U U
TO THE CLASS OE 1951
MEMBERS OE THE
'FH E LAK ICWOOD
PAHICNT TEACHER ASSOCIATION
U0l1QQI'LlUlILllCS the Class of '51
and Wishes lt Success
PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATICN
Extends Congratulations and
Best Wishes to the
Class of 751
COVEY 81 ELI.lSON7S
855 North Main Strvet
MEATS and UROCICRIES
Lvnny, Charles and Burt
.l. C. GALLAGHERVS
112 North Main Stn-et
NELSON Sz BUTTS
nvstown New York
f.Ollgl'illllI1ll1Ol1S to the
Clzlss of 1951.
OSCAR C. LOOMIS
21 N. Allegheny Avvnuv
ROOFING and SIDING
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LAKEWOOD, NEW YORK PHONE 91-5533
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '51
SIGMA DELTA XI SORURITY
Lakewood, New York
Mary Lou Hazzard
YOHKTOWN INDUSTRIES, Inc.
LAKEWUUD, NEW YORK
ALPHA ZETA FRATERNITY
S1lN'1'l'1'Sl 1'0llQ1Ql'il1lI1Ll110IlS lo the Class of '51, Best wishvs In our gfililllil
liill Christy Tom Nilllsl1l10ll
S. BIIl'S1l'0II1 11. Jnnvs J. Svorsv
11. CIIIWSUII B. Nlorun C. Sllf-111
17. 1"z11141inf' C. 1V10ran D. Wviglm
11. 110I1lf?l' ,l. Scorse J. Wiglvs
CUNUliA'1'U1.A'l11UNS TO THE CLASS OF 1951
NELS TEXACO SERVICE
Uwncd and 111161111011 by
MH. and MKS. NELS CARLSON
I. .I1 hnson.
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H ARVEY 81 CAREY DRUG STORE
9 South Main St. Brooklyn Square
I4 EAST THIRD ST.
Jamestown New York
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Class of ,51
FRED SCHUTZ, Prop.
Seiloerg's Cream Top Dairy
24 South Allegheny Avenue
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Department DAY I5
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159 Dunham Avenue PHONE 94955
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ongratulations to the Class of '51
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106 CHAUTAUQUA AVENUE
PHONE 2-2 3 3
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American to save, and
faithfully to defend from
waste, the natural re-
sources of my country-
its soil and minerals, its
forests, waters and wild
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ASHVILLIC. N. Y.
MEATS -- DRY GOODS
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PHONE Lakewood 5-037
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PHONE Lakewood 6-854
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110-112 Chaut, Ave., Lakewood, N. Y.
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The Lakewood Business
MILDREUS HOME LUNCH
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ASHVILLE, NEW YORK
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Phone Lakewood 5-427
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CLASS OF '51
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wishes to express its grat-
itude to those people who
have co-operated in the
publication of this Your
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One of the Newest Recrvation
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Photographs for division pages taken by Vivien Lawson and Carol
Persons appearing in division page photographs:
Administration-Principal Mathewson, Principal Rood.
Seniors-Gerald Peterson, Donna Northrop.
Classes--Nancy Beaty, john Carlson.
Activities-Priscilla Bailey, Alfred Parker.
Sports-Gerald Clark, Richard Allen.
Advertising-Robert Schneider, Charles Vogt.
Block prints on division pages were made by Marilyn Wescott,
Virginia Anderson and Donald Lepley.
Group photographs were taken by Camp Art Co., Jamestown,
Engravings were made by .Iahn and Ollier, Chicago, Illinois.
Printing was done by Pri-Ad Corp., Jamestown, New York.
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