Ticonderoga High School - Carillon Yearbook (Ticonderoga, NY)

 - Class of 1953

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At President, Pat Beulah Porter, CLASS HISTORY of 1953 started high school as a group of sixty-six our first meeting we elected the following officers, Arthur, Vice President, Virginia Davis, Treasurer, and Secretary, Jack Gallant. In order to earn money for our trip to New York during our Senior Year, we raffled off an Easter Corsage and held a food sale under the direction of Mrs. MacA1lister, our class advisor. We also held a supper in honor of our parents and teachers. Then entering our Sophomore year we elected Pat Arthur, Presi- dent, Virginia Davis, Vice President, Beulah Porter, Treasurer, and Anne Ormsbee, Secretary. Miss Simpkins became our class adviscar and we began striving harder for our trip to New York. We held the traditional Twirp Dance and again played host to our parents and teachers at a supper. We also sold Jello. As officers for our Junior year we chose Pat Arthur,President' Don Wehmeyer, Vice President, Beulah Porter, Treasurer, and Margaret McCarthy, Secretary. This was our best year yet. We proudly received our long awaited Class rings and held our Junior Prom, with a background of a Chinese Garden as the theme. Anne Tompkins was chosen as our Queen. We also sponsored a Valentine Dance, sold candy and Jello, held our Junior Supper, and presented three plays, nComing Around the Mountain,U WA Weddingn and nOf All Things.n We have finally reached the high point of our high school career, our Senior year. During the past three years, we have lost many of our fellow classmates, until only twenty-nine Seniors are left. Don Wehmeyer, President, Joe Dreimiller, Vice President, Beulah Porter, Treasurer, and Anne Urmsbee, Secretary were elected as class officers. Our activities reached their peak this year. Everyone was busy selling candy, Christmas cards, stationery, matches, wreathes, and any other items with which we could make money for our Senior Trip. Our Social events were the Senior Tea held at Mrs. Burroughs' home, the Senior Dance, and the Senior sup- per. we also presented a play, NBeauty and the Beef.n We workeci hard toward tho publishing of our 1953 yearbook and also looked forward to our trip to New York with anxiety. We hope that our future will be as bright as our past has been. We wish to take this opportunity to thank Miss Simpkins, Mr. Burroughs, Mr. Nash, all our teache helped us throughout our school year. rs, and all others who have my SCUDEHI, GERALDINE Dramatic Club Choir C1,2J Junior Prom Committee FORTIER, BASIL Basketball c2,3,MJ Junior a Senior Plays Yearbook Staff RYAN, GERALD Baseball Cl,2J Dramatic Club C37 Junior Play, Senior Play McCARTHY, MARGARET ChO1P C1,2,3,hl Class secretary C37 French Club C3,hJ Swine Choir 42,37 21 MOODY, LOIS Choir C3,hJ Junior Play Senior Play, Prom Com ittee, Christmas Concert Q3,hJ Easter Concert C3,hD n mwi,.?m,1' 1 F--sf M' H A - V17 fmAMnme4-:,n-'n .L EQLLiHQ,4ii A 'lfkgiiaf l i :'s+Qw- si ' I - QWQQA rmwmdf -A+ We ' W?NMEW EMWJW 1. 5 L,,fgggV,"glgg,7- , Lt5i1z LIflilfQ,1'iL2x ww. Lge,-ewif zfuiffgiw fir, ?x12,.Wi72 1, K . rex ,JS 5 l,1eemz,1e Bifnnmwmgmrwww Awniwimwwmww imwfndwwwmfvnw WY Q. -ilgsfgs - Q, 1 TOMPKINS, ANN Choir C21 Dramatic Club C33 Queen of Junior Prom 22 SCHRYER, BARBARA Senior Dance Committee Choir C1,2,3,hl Junior Play Senior Play ALAN Junior H Senior Plays ALLEN, ROGER Transfer from Crown Point Senior Play, Art Club CM Sanders, June Choir C11 Dramatic Club C37 Junior Play THOMPSON, ALMA Prom Committee ,mmm ' if TRUDEAU, RICHARD Basketball C2,3,Ll.J Junior ,gliwxfxfw Play Prom Committee Ring Committee wg t e y 'llll wf?g3 PPe P PP P ' 5 P 23 ARTHUR, PATRICK Football f1,2,3nU7 A11 Star KM, Basketball l2,3,hl Base- ball fl,2,3J Varsity T Club f2,3,Ml Class President fl,2,3J Junior k Senior Plays French Club K3,hl Year book Staff DAVIS, VIRGINIA Vice President 11,21 Yearbook Staff, Majorette Cl,2,3J Drum Majorette Chl News aper Staff C35 Editor of News- paper Chg Senior Play, Prom Committee K3J KRONER, ALFRED Transferred from Long Island CMP Band CHD Senior Play EE ANNE Ch irll 2 5 41 County ConcertC2 31 ORMSB Jr. E Sonic? Plagsf french Club Prom Comnittee, Swing Ch1orC2,3J 24 MAHEU, CAROL staff CROTO, JOHN Basketball f1,2,3,hl Varsity g ChoirC2,5,4D Senior Play,Yearbook T Club l2,3,hJ Junior Q Senior fi Q Plays Supper Committee GALLANT, RANDALL, CAROLE Senior Play, Supper Committee CMD 25 JOHN Senior Dance Committee, Choir Q2,3,hD Dramatic Club C33 Jr. Play sr. Play, secretary C19 County Chvir Q2,3,hD Swing Choir HOLMES, SHIRLEY Junior k Senior Plays Ch0iI' cl, 2p3g,-L, WEHMEXEH, DON choir f1,2,5,4J BandC1,2,I5,4J Swing Choir C2,5J County Sectional C2,5,4J All-State Sectional C51 Dramatic Club CSD French Club C2,5J Junior Plays Senior Plays Prom Committee Supper Committee C41 NEWTON, DONA cho1ri1,2,3.lU Bald Cl,2,3,hD Junior Play Senior Play, All state l2,3,h.P All County K2,3,LU Spring festival f1,2,3,hJ Yearbook Staff Swing Choir f2,3Y wlrlmr, EDWARD Football il,2,3,Ll7 26 H BERT, THEADOR Football Kl,2,3,hJ Base- ball Kl,27 Varsity T Club f3,LJ Junior k Senior Plays Senior Dance Committee PORTER, BEULAH Class Treasurer K1,2,3,hJ Choir L3,hD Newspaper Club C3,hJ Yearbook Staff, Dramatic Club C35 Senior Play PoTTER, JON choir f1,2.37 Band c1,2,37 Dramatic Club C31 Junior Play Senior Play, Prom Committee, County Sectionals, Supper Committee Chl woon, PRUDY Supper Committee CMJ Choir f2,3,47 Cheerleaders K3,hJ Co-Captain Chl Jr. Play , Prom Committee, Ring Committee r y Q3 f lf. ' S 2 Q 27 DREIMILLER, JOSEPH Football Q1,2,5,4D Co-Capt. WILLEY, LAWRENCE Football fup Junigp prom Committee, Junior Plays, Senior Play Football C45 Basketball i2,5,4J Vice Pres. 141 Baseball C1,2,5 41 Capt.Basketball Q43 Varsity T Club 42,55 Yearbook Staff Jr. 81: Senior Plays Ring Committee CUMMINGS, CAROL choir C37 Bowling Q17 Junior a Senior Plays Senior Art Club O'NEIL, SHIRLEY Choir 11,25 Junior Play, Senior Play 28 BARBER, DONALD Play Committee Bl CLASS FLOWER Carnation BIGELOW1 RIT-4 C1'10i1' fl,2,3,ll-7 Prom Committee Junior Plays Committee CLASS MOTTO We learn not for school but for life. CLASS COLOR Rod and White 29 o 4 ' L1 - 924,25 w w ,,,, K Sw R- K5 gif . 1 . f "' Q f G' Q' ,44 5 1 .1 is , - -fl: Rf Q K , 7 . 2 ws, K V. W, q,,,AA ff Q 5 X45 Vk..-k E ' .L fa. ll 13. f 1 7 If '5 lb. 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WWW PM ww. ,4,gza,l4uw9 adivlfaawv 6' i ffwzadim I H mf! 5 H 'ik fha! 35 92" AW' 'V-ra l lz' ' 0 , i lv e ,,' 2 f 6 A-afgg -9-baggy, 1:0-fbbnszfnl 36 W ol ffl' ,259 1,24 J-..,"2f 4-51" 12237 0 Name H0 me Roger Allen Pat Arthur Rita Bigelow Donald Barber John Croto Carol Cummings Joseph Dreimiller Bomba Basil Fortier John Gallant Shirley Holmes Theador Hebert Ted Carol Maheu Lois Moody Margaret McCarthy Marge Dona Newton Shirley O'Neil Beulah Porter Virginia Davis Jon Potter Gerald Ryan Geraldine Scuderi Jeri June Sanders Richard Trudeau Alma Thompson Anne Tompkins Donald Wehmeyer Larry Willey Edward Wiley Barbara Schryer Alan White Prudy Wood Alfred Kroner Anne Ormsbee Marv Wendell C8P016Randa11 Aileen Barber Lena Brown Gm Og?- J I Lfkes DISIIKCS Crow Tie Inn Crown Point Pat Football Work Rit Alan History Don Fishing History Jack Dona Physics Putt Horses Dancing C. P. Dancing Stretch nLouien Sitting on Bench Jackie Sponging To Spend His Money Shirl Dodgers Kisses To Hunt Girls Wikie Jim Snowballs nPoetn Mike Losing her books Dancing Malicious Gossip Red Jack Competition Squirrely Dodgers 4-H Boots Books 7 a.m. Ginny Dick Blondes Jon Himself Work Ding Hunting Noise Art Secretarial Course Juno Bob World History Skinny Sports Math Brownie Sailors Sling Shots Annie The Navy Shorthand Wedge Georgie Missing a Ball Game Larry Prudy Competition Ed Marine Reserve Arguments Barb Reading Nosey People Al Art Chemistry Prudy Larry Chilson A1 Girls First Period Class Annie Pontiacs Popcorn Mollie Boys History Randy Dancing H O Hon George Sgaying Home Brownie Jon Drinking 38 Ambfhon Girdle Salesman Pres. of U. S. Housewife Own Grand Union Electronics Engineer Housewife Prof. Football Player Engineer To get a girl Nurse Doctor Teacher Gym Teacher Housewife Nurse 4-H Leader Pri. Steno To Travel Accountant Bookkeeper Prof. Artist Secretary Engineer Bookkeeper A Nun A Teacher Marry Prudy Marine Officer Music Teacher Cartoonist Lots of little Cheerleaders and Football Players T V Mechanic Marry a Millionaire Model Nurse Go to Fla. Beautician rms? 'Pr-ohlsle Noted For Bigamist Campaigner Lady Wrestler Work In Grand Union Work At Carney's Own A Ranch Olympic Champion Circus Giant Direct A Chorus Line Housewife Big Game Hunter Ask Jim Pirate language Teacher Air Line Hostess Marry Johnny Chief Operator Pres. Of Alcoholics Own a Milk Route Chiropodist Secretary Mite In a Circus Math Teacher Architect Miss America A History Prof. Own A Gas Station Scout Master Nun Comedian Marry Larry Second Valentino Bar Maid Model Chemist Hula Dancer Housewife Annonymous Interrupting History Laugh Double Jointedness Fish Stories Quietness Horses Girl in Every Town Height Sponging Shyness Tagging Along Disposition Poetry Temperment Hair Prize Heifers Smile Flirtations Eyes Milk Bottles Freckles Posters Size Jokes?? Parties Hair Arguing Way With Teachers Knowing It All Quietness Wit Popcorn Way With Girls Wit Flirting Dancing Flirting Jokes 39 S001 Class Last Call For Alcohol You Belong to Me Slipping Around Gone Fishing Two To Tango Don't Fence Me In Heart Breaker Why Don't You Believe Me If You've Got The Money Give Me A Little Kiss Mountain Music Because You're Mine You Can't Love One And One For The Road We Kiss In A Shadow Oh Johnny She'll Never Get Away Come On A My House Jelly Roll Blues Please Mr. Sun The Old Master Painter Why Don't You Believe M I Get Ideas Anchors Away Scatterbrain Happy Days You Belong To Me Marine's Hymn Bells Of St. Mary 5' 2U Because You're Mine I Don't Care Jezebel Whiskey And Gin Rack Up The Balls, Boys Why Don't You Believe Me Oh Johnny 8 X, CLASS WILL Roger Allen leaves his ability to type f???j to Tony Paniccia Pat Arthur wills his shaving kit to Johnny Gijant Jack Croto won't be leaving Dona Belle Carol C1lllllDg3 leaves her vitamin pills to Pat Hebert Ginny Davis leaves her "KNAl?K" of keeping slim to Faye Hug es Don Barber leaves his attempt to fake his history assign- ments to Anne Warren. Joe Dreimiller leaves his taste for dancing to Tom Forbe . Dick Trudeau leaves his shady jokes to Pat Huestis. Lena Brown leaves' L' ' Lil Aileen Barber leaves her old flales to sme lucky unden- classlen Rita Bigelow hates to leave Allan, Larry Willey leaves his sheepish look to Jimmy Root Gerry Scuderi leaves her diet to Jean Anauo. June Sanders leaves Bobbie Jenks flat!! Mary Wendell leaves her 'wiggle' to Gerry Gomes. Gerald Ryan leaves his freckles to Rose Marie Bevilacqua Barbara Schryer leaves her nervousness to Martin DeLom. Donald Hehmeyer leaves his ability to lose an argument to Charlie Royce, Alan White leaves his "Artist's touch" to next year's Prom Committee. Ed Wiley leaves High School Congratulations on winning a losing battle Beulah Porter leaves her quiet manner to Bunny Trcnbley Jon Potter leaves his drums to Salvy Pezzulo Carole Randall leaves her tim hands to David Schwartsfege Carol Maheu leaves J img to struggle along without her Lois Moody leaves the blackboards alone'l' " Dona Newton leaves her brains to chemistry class Shirley O'Neil leaves History to Mr Burroughs Anne Urnsbee leaves her 'ambiguous nt' to John Peterson Alma Thompson leaves her blond tresses to Mary Lou Ives fl- 0 O. O s 0, X X Q x X -- N e N Ann Tompkins forsakes her sailor boy. X N e M XX 0 I 40 K Basil Fortier, always in the Know, wills his capacity for answers to Peg Slingerland. Jack Gallant leaves his indecisions to Chetty Burroughs. Ted Hebert leaves his length to Emery Scuderi. Shirley Holmes leaves her timidity to Nancy Villmore. Margaret McCarthy leaves her progress in French to David Ladd. Prudy Wood leaves her spot on the cheer-leading squad to Pat Vosburg Alfred Kroner leaves h1s string of broken hearts to Bobbie Vanderwarker Here's h0p1l'lg you can pick up the p1eces M7 VY?-A lik d,..7Yf7i F33-,ip FY? gf G Dux Qiwcggy M Q-la,-V M... my mf? pol? M-K, -' aw we . 5 . 9 1 'c . fw 1, of if Uk! In 4- X 'Q 17? RX he yy' I r p - fa K'- 41 CLASS PROPHECY As we look into our Crystal Ball, We close our eyes and then recall As each of the classmen of '53 Steps out, we'll tell you what we see. The first which comes before our eyes Is Pat Arthur in disquise. He's now a clown for Gerald Ryan's Ring Of which Ted Hebert is "The Thing." Admiral Ed Wiley, serving in France, For advancement, we see, he has a good chance. And Dick Trudeau has become, in short, A sailor with a girl in every port. Dona Newton's sailed, Ahoyl Away to nurse a sailor-boy. While Jack waits at Uncas Inn, At 1.4.0, says he, "A man can't win!" Jon Potter and Lena Brown Now are traveling, the World around. And Alan White, we wonder why, Has become the head of the F.B.I. Shirley Holmes is wed, we hear To the guy she like in her Senior year. While Carol Cummings is way out West Riding the horse, she likes the best. Oh, now we see a football game With Joe as coach of Notre Dame. And there's a Wave dressed in blue, It's Aileen Barber, we think, don't you? Rita Bigelow with a mile of males behind, Still plays the field most of the time. And Beulah Porter has given up dates, To run for President of the United States. Now we see a History Prof, who never smiles, is cross and gruff. He should've been the towncrier, It's none other than Don Wehmeyer. While Marge McCarthy's an interpreter in Spain, Mary's a stewardess on the President's plane. And Lois Moody's a teacher of Phys. Ed. How can it happen she isn't wed? 42 Our Chrystal Ball is half way round We see a queen being crowned. It's Ann Tompkins from dear old Ti, She's Miss America, riding high! Jack Gallant leads an all-girl chorus, While Al Kroner acts on T.V. for us. And Barbara Schryer, his bride-to-be, Waits for his fortune patiently. Roger Allen is loaded with gold, He's an actor, charming and bold. He thrills the girls upon the stage, For 20 years, he's been the rage. While Basil Fortier builds bridges high, Carole Randall, his wife, nurses nearby. Anne Ormsbee's a waitress in a N. Y. Cafe. You'll see Ginny Davis in the movies any day Who's that gal in the bathing suit? It's Carol Maheu, dark and cute. She's a bathing beauty in Hollywood, Doing fine, as we knew she would. Donald Barber is now in Brazil Hunting the lions, he hopes to kill. A famous artist accompanies him: It's Gerry Scuderi, painting again. June Sanders waits on customers fine Selling the best of every line. An efficient secretary is Alma Thompgon Margaret Smith models for a firm in oston. Oh! What do we see now? Shirley 0'Nei1 leading a cow. 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Elizabeth Porter . f ' Q ,f ,,,, 0 I UNMK 9 f "al Q A WWW. - ,. if rf- Z- ,gig , M ' 'fm ff 48 Left to Right -First row-Albert Powvorznik Martin D L A , e orm, nthony F'0I'b9-S, Robert Jenks, Edgar Moore, James Donovan, Stanley Dickenson, David Ladd Second row-Elsie Namer, Caroline Smith, Carole Potter, Maragret Slingerland, Shirley Snyder, Maragret Smith, Veronica Trombley, June Sanders, Geraldine Scuderi, Nancy Villmore, Dawn Trombley, Elizabeth Schryer, Maragret Benway, Jean Anauo Third row-Janice Lamica, Elizabeth Porter, Faye Moore Shirle 7 Norton, Sue McKeown, Lorraine Hunsdon, Carol Harris, iillian Sharrow, Claire McCarthy, Patricia Vosburg, Faye Hughes, Rose Marie Bevilacque, Annette Donovan, Anne Burleigh, Geraldine Gonyea, Joan Armstrong, Marie Nadeau, Mr. Harris Fourth row-Louis Denno, Gerald Huestis, Roger Barnaby, Thomas Cowan, James McLaughin, Michael Gunning, James Thompson, Robert Vanderwarker, John Mero, Edward LaRock, Anthony Paniccia Fifth row-David Schwerdtfeger, Francis Wendell, Henry Sturtevant William LaFrance, Robert Wickes, George Trudeau, Dayton DeLorme, James Young, Salvatore Pezzulo 49 I fs-Aw' 5f""' x74-5-4.490 R094- XJ: F 15' , - A , ' W A51 W NK A f 25 My aff 5-uf' 27" 4' 50 Sophomores SOPHOMOHE OFFICERS Presidentoo. u coo a Vice President... 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Treasurer..... . 1 uf ff .Y oi! a ny 3 S2 S Paul Burroughs Anne Morhouse Mary Keogh Thomas Ackerman f. f A f 1 Q jgiggg ell K K Z1 , ' G4 SUPHUIHUHES Left to Right: Front Row: Ephriam Blood, John Gijanto, Anth0ny Diaz, Robert Trudeau, Leon Woodard, Thomas Palmer, Harrison Scott, George Martens Second Row: Henry Keast, Nelson Blaise, Ronald Olcott, James Cruickshank, James Mocormiek, Robert Young, Marvin Thatcher, John Heustis' Richard Malany, Thomas Haven, Lawrance Condon Third Row: Shirley Bright, Joan Woodard, Amelia Osier, Jacquline D8ViS, ' Du tt Carlene Thatcher Charlene Dolbeck, Mary g2ggg?1Eguisgu?alZer, Gertrude Shattuckm Kathlene Keith, Rosemary Ledger, Jean Phillips, Elaine hatcher Fourth Row: Shirley Lambert Betnen Mo , y ore, Jean Stark, Jane Montbriand, Carol Hier, Mary Carney, Helen Powvorznik, Mary Lou Ives, Georgiana Hamilton, Carol Wilcox, Carol Johnson, Frances Hopkins, Geraldine St. Denis, Lucinda Armstrong, Laura Dean Armstrong, Anne Morehouse, Elizabeth Vradenburg, Ruth Blood, Shirley Graham Fifth Row: John Thompson, Betsy Shannon, Heustis, Sally James McCarty, Sixth Row: Rob t R Ackerman, John Hundson, Mary Ann Arthur, Elizabeth Trombley, Patricia Hebert, Patricia Heustis, Mary Ellen La France, David Hanchett, Robert O 'Bor'n, MraDaviS er ock, Gerald Donovan, John Peterson, Donald Letson, Gary Osier, Gordon Abare Robert Co e - , - nners, Robert Burns, Bruce Dickerson, Donald Varmette, Norman Provoncha, Marc Porter, James Clerk, Albert Carey, Paul Burroughs, James Burroughs 53 4 5 A A 44 r R, 2 " . 151' ., u p V f , A f Mg is Vw D gi, QQ ffm ina A I f JQ 5 0-nw but ,5 -vnu., 41' 5 y , 3 D . t E2 f, 1 F P 5 4 ' L . 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Secretary Treasurer gl r VQJ Rf' 177 ' , iff wi f I U 56 Joseph Malaney Patrice Dowd Marjorie Wisell Q FHESHIHEH First Rowg Ronald Hughes, Emery Scuderi, James Hebert, Patrick Donovan, William Keast, Howard Trudeau, Richard Wright Second Row: Jane Burleigh, Donna Shaw, Patricia Dowd, Ann Warren, Sally Clarke, Barbara Coley, Sally Coley, Paula Gibbs, Mary Lester, Ruth King, Barbara Gijanto, Marjorie Wiesel, Frances Nadeau Third Row: Miss Cook, Beverly Woodard, Bernice Buckman, Gladys Borden, Doris Carpenter, Jean McKeown, Geraldine Wolcott, Colleen Thatcher, Joyce McLaughlin, Bernetta Brock, Dawn Sharrow Bits La Y Pointe, Irene Isabelle, Barbara La Bounty, Maureen McLaughlin, Ann Thom son D 1 B b p , or s arna y, Barbara Curtis Fourth Row: Joseph Malaney, Rolland Miner, John Carpenter, Gerald Fleming, Albert Thompson, Thomas Gunning, Bernard Brock, James Morin, Steve Armstrong, John Moore, James Blanchard, Donald Porter Fifth Row: Richard Nadeau Patrick OYC , onnor, Richard Blood, Edward Vosburg, Richard Arthur, Ernest Anauo, John La Pointe, William Benway, Donald Schryer, Harold Armstrong, Raymond Snyder, Alan Huestis ., 7 Ap , A rx, 5: x ' y 5 PO NFA v ' A FJ Q f ,fvllzdtr , ,f,"3 J 4, ,x S7 59 WM! 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W if aww W Wwjffwff ,Wi 557 XJ WL Q' W7 hz Qjf2 X wwf QW ff AJJMJ MW 52 Q90 fl f fi. rades lst 2nd 3rd nth Sth 6th Row: Row: Row: Row: Row: Row: SEVENTH GRADE John Scuderi, James Hurlburt, Larry Havens, Ned Thompson, Ken Woodard, Lee Spring, Rodney Hurlburt Dale Cronan, James Davis, Elmer Buchman, Dean Dolback, John Burleigh, James Dolback, Victor La Vallee, Micheal Donavon, Robert Hill Sally Wickes, Margo Foley, Lorretta Rock, Joan Labrador, Joyce Perkins, Mary Fitzgerald, Carol Russell, Jean Drier, Jacqueline Wendell, Fredrika Newton, Patricia Carey, Anne Belden, Mary Alice Fillio, Colleen Lester Ida Lamica, Joan Witherbee, Linda Davidson, Ann Litsenmeyer, Betsy Stewart, Linda Jackson, Jane Morehouse, Barbara Cook, Nancy Scripter, Betty Davis, Judy Brown, Moira Smith, Janice Wisell, Pat McCarty Thomas Vradenburg, Leo Barnaby, Rhea Varmette, Jessie Backman, Joan Phillips, Brenda McAinty, Patricia Bowen, Justina Rocker, Betty Pond, Norma Cook, Rosemary Williams, Jean Fuller, Charles Backman, Robert Clark, Benjamin O'Dell Donald Trudeau, Walter Newell, William Trombley, Charles McCaughn, James Benjamin, Edward Drinkwine, Ronnie Allen, John Whitely, Ronny Lamarque, John Curtis, Raymond Olcott, Larry H111 60 Left to Right EIGHTH GRADE -First row-Richard LaBounty, Jon Spring, Mike Viglotti, Barry Lonergan, Elliot Shaw, John Hamilton, Gerald O'Conner, Peter Vanderwarker, William Hanchett, Eu- gene Manley Second row-Joan Maxwell, Margaret Beaudoin, Barbara Barber, Elsie Anauo, Linda LaRock, Margaret Fitz- gerald, Rosemary Wendell, Mary Zanbardino, Mary Fuller, Adele Woodard, Eileen Letson, Joan Woods, Barbara Spring, Carole Noel Third row-Jane Carney, Sharon Balding, Ruth Hall, Betty Jean Grinell, Barbara Davidson, Sandra Martin, Grace Fuller, Beverly Matthews, Nancy Lamb, Nancy Por- ter, Jean Fuller, Sheila Clark Fourth row-William Scripter, Norman Nadeau, Guy Fuller, Robert wickstrom, Paul Hayes, Larry Trudear, David Trudeau, Walter Wisell, Gordon Sage, Paul Gallant, David Lonergan, Robert Cawley, John Gonyeg Fifth row-Richard Connors, Jack Wisell, John Var- matte, R0b9I't Rand, Robert Montbriand, Gearld Cram- m0Y1d, Ku:-tland Pe:-ia, David Treadway, Holland Queg- nell, Donald Putnam, Walter McLaughlin 61 aw ,af ff U4 -6f5,,, 64 AU 'fp 9 . 592' , .. if 5555? , , gl, - 1 Q M I sas., J 1:-.sv A 'Nw K . 1? A il n 'Q 2 KA Q 15 if f Ju-JW' W N I 1 ' jlln pm? fix!! Z ff ,.....l-- Athl etio W" A W E f ,X . rqa T65-Q11 'il I V x It 'A R .1 'E W IQ5 4, SM Left to right First row -- Se c ond row- FOOTBALL . Co-captains Patrick Arthur, Joseph Dreimiller Louis Denno, James Young, Edward LnRock, James Thompson, Fred Stull, John Mero, Robert Vanderwarker, John Heustis Third row-- Fourth row-- Wallace Stevenson, Mgr. Tony Pannicia, Mgr. Joe Malaney, Marc Porter, Alan Heustis, Gerald Heustis, Theador Hebert, Robert O'Born, William LaFrance, James Donovan, Robert Connors, James McLaughlin, Coach Ernest Degutis Richard Arthur, James Clark, Dewey O'Dell, Robert Montbriand, d ll James William Drinkwine, Marvin Thatcher, Francis Wen e , McCormick, William Benway, George Saunders, Patrick 0'Connor, Mgr. James Cruickshank. 64 This year the seasons in several game was forfeited The Sentinels ful Maroon Eleven of play. This gam alert. A surprise uncovered. FOOTBALL Ticonderoga Sentinel Eleven posted one of its best years. They won five, while losing two. Another to use traveled to Whitehall for the opener. The power- swamped the Sentinels 33-7 with its crushing type e proved that T1 had to be more aggressive and package in Bob Vanderwarker's passing arm was At Plattsburg the next week, the Sentinels fought their heartsom against a heavier Plattsburg team, but lost a close one lk-7. Later Plattsburg forfeited this game to us because of an ineligible player on their team. The Sentinels got spark form the Plattsburg game to rout Port Henry in its opening home game 32-19. The game was highlighted by the passing and running of Young and the pass-catching of Dreimiller The next week Ti out-maneuvered a huge Northwood prep team for a 19-5 victory. At Lake Placid the two football teams were fighting for the title. In a hard fought game, featured by the running of Bud Denno, the Sentinels were beaten 7-O. Ticonderoga walloped M. A. I. of Plattsburg 26-7 and clinched szcond place by crushing St. Johns in the dust of their own field 2 -7. Playing their last game at home against a spirited Mineville dmh the Sentinels overcame a Mineville lead to score a 28-13 triumph. ' i Q I tg 65 P s F I 66 VARSITY Left to Right: Basil Fortier Frederi k S , c tull, John Croto, George Trudeau, Patrick Arthur, Robert Wickes, Joseph Dreimiller, James Young, Dayton De Lorme, John Mero, Richard Truaeau,Robert Vanderwarker Center: Coach Degutis V xt J H gg Q52 E . lil MW! , X ll' , X 1 MIIB BASKETBALL The Ticonderoga High School Sentinels completed the first half of their 1952-53 basketball schedule and sport a four win and four loss record. In the opening game at home the Sentinels triumphed over Crown Point 67-61. Mineville made a successful invasion of Ti by trouncing the Sentinels 71-51. The Ti forces invaded Whitehall and dropped an 80-58 decision to the taller quintet. At Ausable Ti dropped its third game in a row 67-61. The Sentinels rebounded with its second win of the year over Crown Point 61-50. Lake Placid outlasted the Sentinel Five with a M5-ul win on the Ti court. But the Sentinels repelled a Platts- burg invasion 67-56. Then they traveled to Port Henry where, in a close shave, Ti beat their old rivals 51-50. Coach Stevenson's J. V. squad also sport a four and four rec- ord. After losing their their first three, the Junior Varsity boys capped four straight games, beating Ausable, Crown Point, Lake Placid and Plattsburg in close games. The Port Henry J. V. stopped the steak with a hh-35 score. Ti Opp' Ti O . Crown Point 61 50 Crown Point 67 gap Lake Placid 21 M5 Mineville 51 71 Plattsburg 7 56 Whitehall 55 50 Peru Henry 53 50 Ausable 61 67 I fi Q-" fhjfl. JUNIOR VARSITY Left to Right: James McCarty, Robert Rock, Donald Schryer Nelson ! Blaise, Donald Porter, James Clark, Richard Arthur, William Benway, Marc Porter, Anthony Paniccia, George Saunders, John Gijanto, Howard Trudeau, Robert Trudeau, Thomas Gunning, Center: Coach Stevenson, Francis Wendell we fl T 69 s BASEBALL Left to Right: Front Row: William Hunsdon, Thomas Dreimiller, Dominic Paniccia, James Young, John Mero Second Row: Albert Powvorznik, Marc Porter, Patrick Arthur, Frederick Stull, George Trudeau, John Thompson, Henry Hurlburt, Robert Vanderwarker, William La France, James Clark Third Row: John Warren, Anthony Diaz, John Gijanto, James McCormick, James Cruickshand, Earl Betts, Coach Stevenson, Thomas Burleigh, Joseph Dreimiller, James Donovan, David Ladd, Francis Wendell W lzgfyff 70 f ' Fa x K QQ 51 lv I X A" A N fx! Q W li x X fxwx -ll I I ll- Activities J?m'5'2 Ji V ,,!4,,1,s , A f SENIOR PLAY CAST BEAUTY AND THE BEEF GINNY ALLEN, from Chicago . GEORGE ALLEN, her dad . . . LAURA ALLEN, her mother . . . . LESTER ALLEN, her brother . . . PROFESSOR BARTON, the principal . . FRANNY BARTON, his daughter . . . . . BEEF, Captain of the football team. . MOLLY WOODS, a girl with a bass drum. FOGGY RYAN, drum major of the band. . MISS BIGBY, a teacher . . . . . . . . SCAFFOLD ............ STEVE members of the team . BUBBLES . . . . . . . . . . . BETTY . . .... . . . . DOT cheerleaders. . MITZI . . . . . . BARBARA, a majorette ..... MISS SPENCER, a doctor. . . . . WALLACE WOODS, Molly's father . EXTRAS. . . . . . . . . . . . . A '-. Virginia Davis Donald Wehmeyer Lois Moody Alan White Theador Hebert Beulah Porter Roger Allen Carol Maheu John Gallant Anne Ormsbee Basil Fortier Patrick Arthur Joseph Dreimiller Shirley O'Neil Shirley Holmes Cuw1Cmmhgs Barbara Schryer Dona Newton Jon Potter Aileen Barber Lena Brown Lawrence Willey Gerald Ryan Alfred Kroner Carole Randall Margaret McCarthy DIRECTOR. . Miss Simpkins 0 f rn I Agp I 31 fgYYUf FE 4 ' X' lg Fig 1 K 72 JUNIOR PROM it STUDY IN BRONZE Raising of Flag on Iwo Jima, during World War II 9 presented by combined gym classes in a Gymnastic Exhibition at Ticonderoga High School, March, 1952 ,183 Left to Right: Front Row: Second Row: Third Row: f BAND Fredericka Newton, Anne Ormsbee, Frances Hopkins, Patricia Hebert, Margo Foley, Anthony Diaz, Sally Clark, Nancy Villmore, Salvatore Pezzulo Walter McDonald, Robert Wickes, Paul Burroughs, Anthony Forbes, Dawn Trombley, Margaret Fitzgerald, Lucinda Fleming, Dona Newton, Mary Carney, Russell Sage, Richard Wright, Judy Brown, Elizabeth Porter, Carol Wilcox Patricia Conners, Aileen Barber, Elizabeth Schryer, Jane Carney, Mary Lou Ives, Virginia Davis, John Whitty, Mr. Hoke, Donald Wehmeyer, David Ladd, Alfred Kroner, Harrison Scott, John Hamilton, Elizabeth Trombley, Anne Belden, Jacquiline Wendell, Carol Noel ff y ha", 5' Alfllfl '44 5 a z' N ew Q . Ju I N K R sg ,V K . W 45? ff it JWWWVIQI. 'S xxx v!! Qff 75 Choir Left to Right- First row-Geraldine St.Den1s, Mary Carney, Sue McKeown xWuw v XX Xy'Nw 4 A g,Q5"f1 w5m Carole Potter, Doris Barnaby Lillian Sharrow, Harrison Scott, Anthony Forbes, Paul Eurroughs, David Hanchett, Richard wright, William Keith, Caroline Smith, Patricia Hebert, Dona Newton, Lois Moody, Carol Johnson, Eliza- beth Schryer, Bennett Hoke. Second row-Helen Powvorznik, Claire McCarthy, Faye Hughes, Rose Marie Bevalaqua, Mary Arthur, Nancy Villmore, Howard Trudeau, Robert Jenks, John Whitty, Robert Wickes, Walter McDonald, Richard Nadeau, Margaret McCarthy, Margaret Benway, Dawn Sharrow, Joan Armstrong, Elizabeth Trombley, Mary Lou Ives. Third row-Shirley Holmes, Carol Maheu, Jean McKeown, Anne Ormsbee, Salvatore Pezzulo, Roger Barnaby, Thomas Ackerman, Donald Wehmeyer, Jack Gallant, Joan Woodard, Carol Wilcox, Frances Hopkins, Beaulah Porter. Fourth row Bernice Buckman, Barbara Schryer, Charlene Dol- back, Mary Keogh, Kathleen Keith, Anne Morhouse, Georgiana Hamilton, Rita Bigelow, Anne Warren, Sally Clark. NWTWXQQ ' My C' 35 B W 76 Left to Right: Center: CHEERLEADERS Frances Hopkins, Mary Ellen La France, Prudence Wood, Carole Johnson, Carol Wilcox, Patricia Brown, Charlene Dolbeck, Jane Burleigh Elizabeth Porter I - K s 77 ,nl -wa "'1!lU1W'!5v f M1 X P s 'NWfu:!flW "' 'I' ...Mis NEWSPAPER CLUB Patricia Brown, Jane Burleigh, Donna Shaw, James Dono- Standing: van, Betsy Shannon, Mary Lou Ives, Mary Ann Arthur, Anne Warren, Beulah Porter, Helen Powvorznik, Carol Hier, Geraldine St. Denis Seated: Patricia Dowd, Veronica Trombley, Miss Eckert, Virginia Davis, Jane Montbriand, Frances Hopkins L X 2 fx FRENCH CLUB Left to Right: Front Row: Second Row: Third Row: Mary Carney, Anne Ormsbee, Margaret Slingerland, Margaret McCarthy, Anne Burleigh, Margaret Benway Miss Selleck, Harrison Scott, Francis Wendell, Elizabeth Trombley, Mary Arthur, Carol Potter, Lillian Sharrow, Patrick Arthur, Paul Burroughs, Salvatore Pezzulo David Ladd, David Hanchett, Lawrence Condon Z f 38 0, fig 4Z?'g:Ap'?E?E3 e"'+,Zf A kr Q . k XX 79 we the class of '53 bid farewell to the halls of Ti High, and to all class mates and teachers. 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'IZ '.I-v , . , 1 .fx I . -I W- ' -1-4 I.. . '-2 W . '- r " ' ' H ' , A E M7 Best Wishes from C H A M P L A I N V A L L E Y D R Y C L E A N E R S A COMPLIMENTS OF THE cmvy Box Our doughnuts 69 will make a hit with you -"5!:D Dodd's Doughnut Shop Crowds of Satisfied Customers will tell you You'll find nothing but the best at MEYER'S PHARMACY Montcalm St. Ticonderoga ' Z' 1 fl MICHALAK'S TAVERN Dining and Dancing Orchestra Weekends ' K COMPLIMENT'S OF HUESTIS CO. INC. FINEST IN HARDWARE MONTCALM ST. TICONDEROGA ,I-'ul , 1-,,....l..... . Watches Diamonds H. W. Rathburn Jeweler Glass China 125 MOORE'S HARDWARE Phone 50 Montcalm St. Ticonderoga UPSTATE LOAN Need money? O K Upstate Loan Co. Loans S25 to S500 Ticonderoga Phone 10 J To the future success of the class of 1955 From BILL OLIVADOTI Class of '52 PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS V I r 'Lvl-I Compliments of THOMPSON BROS. Pulp Wood and Lumber Co., Inc. Ticonderoga, New York 1' ' i Cooke and Sacco's Men and Boys Bostonian Shoes Arrow Shirts Timely Clothing Compliments of Dillaway's u The Little Diner Glft Shop 'The Best Coffee in Town" and Y- --s Ti Canteen Dancing Refreshments Best Wishes from Grimes Flower Shoo 4J if-, MASON SMITH STUDIO CAMERA SHOP rrp Greetlngs to the Class of 1953 and Success to ev rv 1nd1v11ua1 hav ' slnce 1931 M son Smith Tlconderoga NATIONAL ARM! S 1 ORE CORD Dress and wo:-r clothes Footwear Camnlng SllDDllSS Soorting Goods Luggage Montcalm St. Ticonderoga SKILLS ABCJ UIDAN CE balanced tram mg actlvxtxes Placement m key posltxons m busmess professlonal and govemment offices ILBAIY BIISIIESS WLLEGE Rp md Y I, I! f 'Wwf A 1 -:curl 7 mndmg., N. Y. ,, Lone 61 0 i imc: I v gil .,,, 1 .. I ' .1 I G L . Q 8 U U l if . . . . , . we e done your 'Year Book ' , 126 - 134 Washington Ave., Albany 6, N. Y. F State e 'ste - eteran Approved 'f . f 1 74 W ' ' ' "1 4 I 1 x U .. J 1 1 . E L CROWN POINT G. L F. Leo Drake, Prop. G.L.F. Feed M Seed Fertilizer and Farm Supplies ALLEN'S SERVICE STATION Minor Repairs Phone Tlconderoga 14,86 ERNIE'Q S RVICE STATION R CABINS Ernest W Ploof Tires Batteries Accessories Groceries Confections Motorola T V and Electrical Appliances Tel 321411 Ticonderoga, N Y Good Luck to Senior Class of 1953 PEARL'S Department stores Inc We aim to wrap the most in quality, style value, and service in every package for the least money For kr Happy Hens Try our G L F Products DRAKE A STANTON Ticonderoga 'lllllh J . "-N Batteries Tires Qu24f o E ' ' 0 ll . -' ll FOR THAT SPECIAL GIFT WARREN'S JEWELRY SHOP TICONDEROGA Compliments of Jim Treadway Chilson, Compliments of THE LATCH STRING Compliments of John Ha1l's Restaurant and Bar Chilson, Best Wishes from THE TICONDEROGA SENTINEL COMPLIMENTS POND LUMBER AND COAL CO TICONDEROGA PHONE 50 7 IN A' Q K Z S l OF N. Y. 1-Q ADKINS AND SCOTT INC. Every Possible Success to Each Member of the Class of 1953 Wholesale and Retail Over 60 years of the Best in Food!! Don't Let Yourself Be Put out By Inferior Service Try J. P. Carney For Happy Cooking Metered Gas Service Phone 505 Shoes For The Entire Family GALLANT'S SHOE STORE 130 Montcalm Street Tel. 615 Ticonderoga, New York TI MOTORS INC Used cars and trucks sold W. Stanley J. Stanley Jr. Sales Service z Wicker St. , Ticonderoge. ? NN X xx Be Wise BARNETT BROS radios, washers, refrigerators S3193 Service Ticonderoga Z WIN'S Service Station Mobllgus Ticonderoga 4' 0 X . A Yr ' X ,fahggx is gi iii I l You'll cheer' the quality and savings you'l1 find at TI ECONOMY WOMANS SHOP CHARLES S. MOORE Authoriz ed SALES SERVICE PARTS OO OT' BEST WISHES 'ro CLASS OF S3 Walter B. Gunning John J. Gunning All Types of Insurance A 4' -yg .v-QU W THE LOG HOUSE 41' , jg.. 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