Town of Webb High School - Hadarondah Yearbook (Old Forge, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Clrcled round by kingly mountains,
Breathed upon by healing balm.
Mirrored in the glowing sunshine,
Blessed by great soul-stirring calm,
a Stands our own dear ALMA MATER,
Crowned with honor,crowned with lowa
Crowned by Town of Webb's sons loyal
True to her all else above.
when the twilight shadows gather,
And the day is well nigh done.
Still the balm of pine trees hover
To win back our laurels wong
Then our fancies homeward turning,
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The Class of 1955 dedicates this yearbook to Mr. Edgar S. Read, wh: nn A
teacher, a friend and an able leader has helped in the attainment ef
highest goals possible while in high school. It is hoped that Chili kink
will stand as a living testament of our eternal thanks beeaull
inadequate to express deep feelings,
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Stuart W. Nelson
Mp, Byron I. Greenfield
board of education
Seated: Mr. Alvin Ritz, Mr. A1 Foisey, Mr. Donald Russell, Mrs. Helen Helmer
Mr. Howard Martin
Seated: Florence wilson, Ethel Futney, Mary scuoeri, Edna Scouten, Ethel Gokey
Agnes Villiere. Standing: Joseph O'Neil, Donald Bergin, Kenneth Smith, Harry
Daily, Millie Ovitt, Kenneth Fryer, Marion Holmes, Charlotte Bockes, Mildred
Wark, Gracia Burleigh, Gretchen Hollister, Bruce Harris, Joan Collister, Marjorie
Smith, Kathleen Villiere,
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Front Row: J. Ball, T S'
. lmpson, P. Tiffany, J. Hartnett
, D. Simpson, R. Hollister, S c
S. Burke, T. Bartelotte, A, W
Third Row: R. W
, O. McCane
e ond Row: J, Joy, T. Deis
estfall, C.DeLong, K. Barker, W. Burnap
ormwood, T. Rowe, R. Liddle, M. Murdock, R. Gebhardt
Class Re resentative
'Good words are worth much and cost little.
Class Trees. 2,3,h. Senior Play M.
Student Council Treas. M. Quartette
2,3. Harmonettes M. Band l,2,3,h.
All State Band M. Yearbook Staff M.
Dramatics 2. NYSSMA Contest 2,3,h.
Journalism 3,h. Soccer 2,3. League
Band 3,h. Point System Comm. 3,h.
Basketball 2. Cheerleading l,2,3,h.
Make Up 2,3. Chorus l,2,3,h. Operetta 1
nBeware, her fair hair and eyes of most
Journalism l,2,3,h. Editor in Chief
LL. cmfssrp. 2,3,b,. vice Presiaent LL
ESSPA 3,h. Operetta 1. League Play
2. Dramatics 2. Harmonettes 2,3,h.
All State Chorus 3. Senior Play L.
Cheerleading 1,2. Soccer 2. Chorus
1,2,3,h. League Band M. Chorus 3.
Basketball 2. Band l,2,3,h.
'A woman would run through fire and
water for such a kind heart.n
All State Chorus 3,h. Band l,2,3,h.
All All State Chorus M. Operetta l.
Robert Shaw Choral 3. League Chorus
3,h. Dance Band 3,h. Journalism 1,2
Chorus l,2,3,h. Student Council M.
Class Vice Pres. 3. Senior Play h,
Bowling Team 2. League TV Chorus 3.
One Ast Play 3. Ski Team 3. Athletic
Comm. 1. NYSSMA Contest M. Quartet
l,2,3,h. Basketball 1,2. Soccer 2.
UA daughter of the God's, divinely tal1.n
Journalism l,2,3,h. Webb Staff 2,3.
Cit. Ed. Conference 3 M. Operetta 1
NYSSMA Contest l,2,3,a. Harmonettes
2,3,h. All All-State Band M. ESSPA
2,3. Yearbook Staff M. CNYSSPA 1,2
All State Orchestra M. Band l,2,3,h.
Knights Columbus Essay 1,2. League
Band 1 2,3,h. Dramatics 2. Chorus
l,2,3,fg.. All state Band 1,2,3. ski
Team l,2. Basketball 2. League Play
2. Senior Play L,
nHe's a gentleman, look at his boots.n
Bowling Team 1. One Act Play 3.
Chorus 1,3. Senior Play h.
NThen he will talk-good gods,
how he will ta1k,'
Dance Band 3,h. League Chorus 2,b.
Basketball 3. NYSSMA Contest 2,3.
Class Pres. 3. Vice Pres. 2,b. All
State Chorus M. Social Comm. 1.2.3
L. Boy's State 3. Band l,2,3,h. Chorus
1,2,3,L,. Yearbook staff ls. Quartet
1,2,3,u, Dramatic: 1. Journalism 1.2
Robert shew Choral 3. senior P187 1+-
Assembly Com . 3. 0P6P9ttB 1-
nI had rather have a fool to make me
merry, than experience to make me sad.n
Basketball l,2,3,k. Chorus l,2,3,h.
League Chorus 3. Dramatios 2. Hake
Up 2,3. Quartet 2,3,h. Operetta 1.
Senior Play M.
'Better to be a wittz fool
than a foolish wit.
Basketball 1,2,3,h. Chorus 1,2,3,h.
Baseball 2,3,h. League Chorus 3,h.
Azn1et1c comm. 3.h. senior Play u.
Dramatics 1. Ski Team 2. Operetta 1
Soccer 1,3,k. League Play 3,h. All
State Chorus 3. NYSSMA Contest 2.
nMy heart shall be thy garden.'
Cheerleading 2. League Chorus 3,L,
Chorus 1,2,3,h. Harmonettes 2,3,h.
Senior Play M. All State Chorus M.
Basketball 2. Soccer 2,3. Make Up
2. Journalism 1,2,3. Dramatics 2.
WI am the Captain of my sou1.n
Chorus 1,2,3,u, All State Chorus 3.
Band 1,2,3,h- Student Council l,2,3
M. President 3. Vice President M.
Class President l,2,h. Operetta 1.
nMusic is the thing of the world
that I love most.
harmonettes 2,3,h. Chorus l,2,3,h.
League Chorus 2,3,h. Senior Play M.
Glass Treas. 1. All State Chorus M.
NYSSMA contest 3,h. Dance Band 3,M.
Social Com . M. Solo Acc. 2,3,M.
Journalism 1,2. Basketball 2. Band
l,2,3,h. Dramatics 2. Operetta 1.
e Olga McCane
nThe dignity of truth is lost
with much protesting.u
Chorus l,2,3,q, Basketball M.
Senior Play M. Student Council
nlt is good when a man has
two irons in the fire.'
Basketball l,2,3. Quartet 1,2,3,k.
Dance Band 3,h. League Chorus 2,3.
NYSSMA Contest l,2,3,h. Operetta 1.
All State Chorus M. Chorus l,2,3,h.
Athletic Comm. M. Senior Play L.
Dramatics 1. Band l,2,3,h. Soccer
l,2,3,h. Ski Team l,2. Track l,2.
Journalism 1. League Band M.
Uwe are here to add what we can to,
not to get what we can from, Lifeln
Journalism l,2, Basketball l,2,3,h.
Webb Exchange Editor 3. Operetta 1.
Senior Play L. League Chorus 3,M.
All State chorus 3,u. Band 1,2.3,u.
Dramatics l,2,3. League TV Chorus 3.
All-All State Chorus M, Baseball 3,h
R bert Shaw Choral 3. Soccer l,2,3,M.
NYSSMA Contest 2,3,h. One act play 3-
Quartet l,2,3,h. Chorus l,2,3,h.
uThe most useless day of all is that
in which we have not laughed.N
Harmonettes M. NYSSMA Contest 2,3,h
Cheerleading l,2,3,h. Band l,2,3,h,
Student Council Sec, . Operetta l.
Point System Com . 3, . Basketball 2
Girls State 3. Dramatics 1. Soccer
l,2,3,h. Assembly Com . M. Senior
Play M. Quartette 2,3. League Band
3,L. All State Chorus M. Chorus
1a2s3au' League Play 3-
N wear not my dagger in my mouth.n
Fire Com . 3,h. Senior Play M. One
Act Play 3. Chorus M.
nPromise is most given when
the least is said.H
Cheerleading 1,2,3,h, Band 1,2,3,u.
All State Chorus.3,h. Ski Team l,2.
Harmonettes M. Student Council l,2.
Sec. l. Treas. 2. Yearbook Staff L
Operetta l. Basketball 2. Assembly
Comm. 3. Financial Com . 2. Chorus
l,2,3,h, League Band 3,h. Quartette
2,3. Soccer 2. League TV Band 3.
Senior Play M. Dance Band 3,h.
nLittle friends are great friends.n
One Act Play 3, Senior Play M.
'In,th1s fools paradise-he drank delight.n
Basketball 1. Mana er 2. Ski Team
l,2. Chorus l,2,3,E, Senior Play L,
Essay Contest 1,2. One Act Play 3.
Fire Comm. 3,h. Soccer 1,2. Yearbook
G' Thomas Simpson
nFor there is music wherever there
is harmony, order, or proportion.n
Yearbook Staff A. Chorus l,2,3,u.
Cheerleading 1,2. All State Band 2,h,
Band l,2,3,h. NYSSMA Contest 2,3,L,
League Band 3,h. Operetta 1. Senior
Play M. Class Sec. l,2,3,h. Quartette
2,3. Cit. Ed. Conference 3,h. Soccer
2,3. Ski Team 1. Dance Band 3,h.
Harmonettes M. Basketball 2.
UA mind not to be changed by
place or time.n
Ski Team l,2,3,h. League Chorus 2,3
Oratorical Contest 2. Baseball 1,2.
Basketball 1,2,3,u. chorus 1,2,3,l4..
All State Chorus 3. Senior Play M.
Journalism 1. Band 1. Dramatics 2.
Quartet 2,3,h. Soccer l,2,3,h.
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Four short years ago, we were green, definitely scared, and even
on the shy side. we were Freshmen I In what we considered to have been
eternity and which we now consider no more than a timy moment we became
Seniors. No longer unsure, we can look back with pride in our achieve-
ments. To the up 'n coming Seniors is left the task of maintaining our
Twenty-five of us entered Mr. Read's homeroom that September '5l.
Our group immediately set to work on money making schemes for a future
Senior trip. This was the year we initiated our annual Ham raffle at
Eastertime. Freshmen we were and a whole week of Senior razzing greeted
us. We did, however, live through it and in the process gained lots of
funny experiences. At the end of our hectic week we were officially in
Sophomores 1 How fast the time flew, for suddenly we were sitting
in Mr. Smith's homeroom. With our number the same, we set out on that
old familiar quest --money 1 Bake sales and raffles really were what
added to our funds that year. The Lewneida League gained Old Forge in
membership and we readily and heartily plunged into the activities the
League supports and ended up with two semesters of memorableevents
Then came our Junior year with Mrs. Watson. Now we were upper
classmen and did we ever know it. We made sure everyone else did too 1
We were off to a flying start when the Halloween dance everyone said
would flop, provided us with dividends unheard of for dances held in
the past few years in the Town of Webb High. Courage and pride pushed
us into the impromptu amateur show and as usual our luck held netting
h1gh.and unexpected profits. Our big project was the Junior Prom.which
combined with the Lewneida League Bell. A huge turn-our caused this to
become a rousing success. As a grand finale to the year will any of us
be able to blot out the memory of the class of '55 who received at that
time the name 'Holy Terrors of TWHS?"
This, our last year, under Miss Collister is bringing to a close
an era for us. We now number twenty-one having lost along the way four
of our classmates - Therese LaMonica, James Farmer, Wayne VanK1rk, and
Joseph Nelson. Our history has been long and a great deal not covered
here will stay in our hearts. High school has been good to us, and we
in turn hope all of you will remember the Class of '55 who takes its
leave believing that the future holds ell the promise only briefly seen
We never thought the day would come,
when we'd be here before you,
But since we finally made the grade,
This class poem shows we're through!
The Mr. Peepers of our class,
Or as we all call this boy,
Is better known to most of you,
As the incomporable Jimmy Joy.
Fair-haired Skip, the devil's own work,
Is usually seen with a grin,
He's always talking out of turn,
But we've put up with him.
The money-mad kid from the Strand,
Is the Treasurer of our class,
Teresa filled this position quite well,
At least she was good for laughs.
One trouble-maker we all know,
Is Tommy, "that's for sure," Deis.
He's learning now to be a cook,
with apples, mince, and spice.
The twin that's often seen with a smile,
Is the one whose name is Ann,
But she's often found deep in thought,
And hard to understand.
The one from Fourth Lake--that's Bill,
Lets boats keep him in whirls,
But they donft keep him busy enough,
To keep his mind off girls.
And now we may as well include,
Bill's closest friend--Bob Liddle,
For Bob you know, with all his girls,
Has never played second fiddle.
We'll enlighten you now on Janet,
She comes from Eagle Bay.
For her it's an effort to come to school,
So she misses the bus every day.
For every Romeo there's a Juliet,
To believe this it's not hard,
For Jackie sure has proved the point,
His Juliet?? Why it's Barbl
Dick is a sailor boy,
Or at least he soon will be,
And when you go to talk to him,
His mind is out at sea.
Our mechanically-minded Simpson,
Thinks G.M. makes quite a car,
But why do you drive your Plymouth, Tom?
Won't a Chevy get you as far?
Next comes Mick--or Olga McCane,
Who accompanies the chorus in song,
She makes friends very easily,
So will get far before too long,
Another one we've all heard of,
Is from Inlet, just like me,
And when there's any trouble around,
Look for Mervin--You'll see.
She's tall and blonde, and has blue eyes,
Her name you know is Sande.
She's someone to appreciate,
Her friendship comes in handy.
Donnie Simpson is not very tall,
To that fact we all agree,
But that boy sure does get around,
We've elected this girl as secretary,
For her marks are far from low,
Connie's kept us on the go,
Our lone-star boarderfrom Otter Lake,
Holds the honor of being quiet,
So if you ever hear Tom y yell,
It probably will be quite a riot.
We have another sailor,
Who's a little more on ground,
In character, in mind and act,
Keith seems to be more sound.
Connie DeLong is tall by name,
And sure lives up to her mark,
However, she's surely going insane,
On the oboe, she plays like a lark.
We have one boy who gets around,
To really live up to his name,
You must know it's Ronnie we mean,
For who else has acquired such fame?
To write the rest, I had to think,
So awful, awful, much,
That when it came around to me,
I was sure in dutch.
And since I have lost all control,
Of all my thinking arts,
I guess I'll say goodbye for the class,
From the bottom of our hearts.
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Front Row D. Watson
Class Representative Advisor
D. Bird Mrs. Watson
Class Representative Treasurer
A. Bartelotte R. Gokey
U. McNeil D. Tickner
Front Row: B. Yerman, C. Puffer, D, Bird, C. Thomas, B. Meneilly, Mrs. Watson
Second Row: L. Harris, A. Bartelotte, J. Turner, R. Villiere, G. Gilson, R.
Proper, S. Grabb, Third Row: R. Roach, R. Gokey, C. Barrows, D. Watson, D.
Tickner, J. McNeil, L. Minnie.
Class Re resentati
Front Row: W. Deis, R. Barrows, E. Vaughn, L. Smith, A, Delmarsh, B, Greenfield,
S. Landers, W. Ball. Second Row: R. Scouten, B, Helmer, E. Paine, A, Chase,
Y. Rivette, J. Lindsay, J,-Foster, E. Webster, Mr. Smith. Third Row: C. Deis,
R. Blake, W. LaGraves, J.'DeLong, J. Southwick, R. Clark, W. Wright, F. Liddle,
Front Row E225 B23
'Rina B- Dennis
P. Schmuck Mr' GTS n
Vice-President Class Representative
J. Ryan 4 Ili L- D613
Front Row: V. Barrows, B. Schmuck, J. Platt, C. Sabey, G. Blanchard, K.
Gribneau, B. Dennis, J. Ryan, Second Row: Mr. Bergin, J. Burth, C, Ganey
S. Grande, V. Carpenter, G. Rivet, J. Houck, P. Schmuck, A. Delmarsh, Third
Row: L. Thorpe, J. Hartnett, L. Deis, M. Giddings, R, Barker, J. Zahn, M.
Smith, D. Foley, D. Farrell.
Front Row: J. Deis, S. Longstaff, K. Fryer, S. Hilterbrant, D.
Lindsay, N, Brown, B. Platt, J. Thomas, J. Tracey, Second Row:
H. Delmarsh, E. Murdock, J. Haney, B. Turner, B. Folsom, K.
Helmer, L. Gillette, D. Wallace, Third Row: Mr. Daily, L.
Webster, D. Lorenz, R. Wells, D. Rivet, B. Clark.
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Front Row: J. Cornell, J. Danaher, G. Villiers, G. Hilterbrant
P, Ryan, J. Greenfield, W. Rivet, J. Foley, Second Row: L.
Landers, A. Osborne, R. Seelye, L. Cohen, B. Webster, J. Clark
B. Compo, J. Dennis, M. Denio, Miss Bockes. Third Row: J.
Sponable, G. Patrick, B, Gribneau, A, Cornell, B, Gribneau,
J. Russell, R. Foster, L. Kiefer, D. Giddings, A. VanDelinder.
Front Row: J. Giddings, C. Seelye, K. Hartnett, R. Platt, A.
Smith, E. Osborne, S. Vaughn, S. Smith. Second Row: L. Foley
K. Kiefer, J. Winnicki, B. Thorpe, T. Norton, G. Cornell, P.
Francis, G. Barrows, E. Francis, L. McCane. Mrs. Wilson.
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Front Row: F. Moore, R. Platt, J. VanDelinder, S. Swancott, G.
Cornell, L. Deis, J. Ehrensbeck. Second Row: B, Kohernot, C.
Schmuck, T. Russell, R. Law, C. Wright, J. Grabb, P. Hansen
Third Row: L. Danaher, N. Folsom, I. Hoffman, J. Wilkins, Mrs.
Scouten, J. Compo, J. Lorenz, D. Fulton, W. Helmer.
Front Row: D. Swancott, R. Compo, C. Ritz, G.MacDonald, G-
Schmuck, G. Harris, W. Davis. Second Row: Mrs. Burleigh,
M, Ball, G. Foster, S, Cohen, L. LaMonica, R. Longstaff, F. Ay
wormwood, G. Breakey. Third Row: L. Webster, P. FaPmeP,R. lay
Winnicki, D. Bishop, J. Lindsay, A. Schenck, B. Buckley- ,
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. . , . ayne, J. Grabb, L. Schmuck, D. Russell
M. Gebhardt, B. Moore, T. Deis, C. Winnicki, L. Villiere. Second
Row: Mrs, Villiers, N. Ellis, C. Barrows, M. Francis, D. Webster
N. Danaher, P. Eldridge, B. Ritz, L. Dennis, T. Aldridge, R.
Sponable, T. Ritz, D. Fulton, Third Row: E. Girou, D. Barker
. arron, M. Burke, S, Beckingham, P. Fryer, S, Turner, L.
Gokey, D. Clayton, K. Yearman, W. Podger, L. Patrick.
Front Row: R. Risley, T. Charron, D. Grabb, T. Helmer, P.Williams
B, Girou, D. Beckingham, M. Wilcox, M. Ritz, Second Row: M.Buck1ey
c. smith, L. Podgor, E. Davis, L. Folsom, S. Norton, K. Gaudin, L-
Law, D, Hansen, Third Row: G. Cornell, K. Wright, L. Judsfinv R-
Lenart, L. Thorpe, W. Appleton, K. McKee, M. Christy,-R' Smlthn M-
Patrick, S. Burke. Mrs. A. Villiere.
Front Row: M. Webster, N. Breakey, R. Aldrich, M. Dennis, M.
Easton, P. Patrick, M. Hiscox, M. Gebhardt, D. Moore, S. Wilkins
Mrs. Gokey. Second Row: D. Hudon, R. Girou, D. Ryan, M. Lane
F, Russell, C. Davis, R. Howland, T. Gaffney, L. Malley, J, Perkins
Back Row: G. Lindsay, B. Newton, B. MacDonald, R. Hartnett, S.
Rivet, J. Hansen, D. Howe, T. Yerman, P. Smith, S. Merry.
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Front Row: F. Merry, G. Beckingham, S. Crofut, C. Law, P. Cassie.
L. Davis, P. Gaffney, Second Row: B. Weaver, S. Robitaille, P.
Eldridge, Mrs. war-k, C. Hansen, P. Farmer, C, Judson, Third Row
D. Ryan, F'. Merry, P. Harwood, H. Kashiwa, M. Danaher, D. Ritz,
L. Gaudin, K. Barrows.
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We, the Class of 1955, feel that our yearbook would not be complete without
openly expressing our gratitude to you, Mr. Fryer, for all that you've done
for us. We have you to thank for teaching us to appreciate music and for
the good times we've shared for so many years in band. The trips were not
dull and we all gained something of value from each one. The new smoothly
functioning dance band is omly one example of what you've done, not solely
for us but for the entire school. We will always look upon you not only as
an inspiring teacher but as a personal friend in whom we wouldn't ever fail
to confide. Though you have left our school you have given a part of your-
self to our hearts which will remain with us through the years.
Front Row: A. Chase, L. Foley, L. Osborne, A. Osborne, S. Hilterbrante J-
Clark, P. Tiffany, J. Foley, D. Farrell, T. Norton, G. Hilterbrant, D.
Lindsay, J, Lindsay. Second Row: K. Fryer, J. Sponable, B. Meneilly, C,
Westfall, O. McCane, B. Greenfield, E. Vaughn, S. Grabb, R. PPOPSP. C.
Helmer, B. Turner, B. Folsom, R. Scouten, B. Dennis, J. ThOIT19-3. Mr. Fryer
c. Ganey, G. Rivet, s. Grande, E. Payne, V. Carpenter- Y-Rivette-R Barker'
A. Westfall, J. Hartnett, D. Bird, T. Bertelotte. C. Thomas. B- H31m9I'nFJ-
Zahn, R. Hollister. Fourth Row: R. Wells, C. DeLong, F. Liddlen RJkk5Y
J. DeLong, M, Murdock, R. Liddle, D. Watson, S. Burke, A. BBI"GS10'Gt9, W-
Burnap, J. Ball, B, Yerman,
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First Row: B. Liddle, A. Westfall, C. Westfall, R. Hollister,
Second Row: J. Hartnett, J. Ball, W. Burnap, D. Watson, B. Dennis.
L.-R. C. Westfall, J. DeLong
T. Bartelotte, D. Bird.
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Front Row: J. Foley, D. Bird, J. McNeil, O. McCane, V. Barrows, L. Smith
B. Meneilly S. Grabb, A. Delmarsh, K, Gribneau, B. Yerman, R. Barrows, G.
Rivet, C. Ganey, S. Grande C. Puffer, Mrs. Smith. Second Row: J. Turner
R. Proper, E. Webster, W. Colwell, R. Barker J. Hartnett, J. Joy, T. Simpson
W. Ball, B. Dennis, J. Zahn. Third Row: P. Tiffany, P. Schmuck, B. Schmuck
C. Sabey, L. Thorpe, W. Deis, R. Scouten, W, LaGraves, J. Foster, J. Ryan, T.
Rowe, L. Harris, M. Giddings, S. Landers, J. Burth, G. Blanchard, Fourth Row
E. Vaughn, J. Platt, E. Payne, C. Westfall, J. Ball, C. Deis. R. Villiere, R.
Gokey, L. Minnie, J. Southwick, L. Deis, R. Hollister, D. Tickner, R. Blake,
F. Liddle, B. Greenfield, A. Chase, T. Bartelotte. Fifth Row: C. Thomas, G.
Gilson, A. Bartelotte, V. Carpenter, J. Lindsay, J. Hartnett, J. DeLong, R.
Gebhardt, M. Murdock, R. Clark, W. Burnap, R. Liddle, C. Barrows, D. Watson,
W. Wright, C. DeLong. B. Helmer, Y. Rivet, S. Burke, A. Westfall.
L. to R. J. Ball, T. Deis.
R. Hollister, W, Burnap, M. Murdock
R. Liddle, R. Gebhardt, Mrs. Smith.
ont Row: P. Tiffany, C. Westfall
Mr. Fryer, T. Bartelotte, S. Grabb
Yerman, Second Row: C. DeLong
Burke, A. Westfall, C. Thomas
Bartelotte, Third Row: R. Liddle
DeLong, D. Watson D. Bird,
Front Row: J. Lindsay, R. B3PFOWS
B. Meneuiy, E. Vaughn
B. Greenfield, C. Pllffel' O- Mccane
J. Hartnett, Y. Rivette, Second
Row: J. Turner, B. Helmer, J. Ball
W. Deis, A. Chase, L. H8PPiS-
Third Row: R. Gokey, W. Burnap
M. Murdock, R. Clark, F. Liddle
D. Tickner, R. Hollister
Mrs. Smith.choru 6
Front Row: A. Westfall J. Hartnett
O. McCane, P. Tiffany, Second Row:
R. Liddle, W. Burnap, M. Murdock
Front Row: Mr. Fryer
J. Dennis, M. E. Denio
D. WQlaceJ1 Greenfield
W. Rivet, J. Giddings
J. W1nnicki,Second Row:
K. Hartnett, A. Smith
N. Brown, E. Murdock
L. McCane, S. Smith
Front Row: J. Foley
S. Longstaff, N. Brown
K. Fryer,S. Hilterbrant
di J H.
Fourth Row: G. Russell
R. Foster, D.
N. Brown, L.
J. Clark, .
D. Rivet, A,
J. Houck, B.
: J. Haney
R. Seelye, B. Webster, D, Lorenz,
J. Foley, J. Greenfield, G.
P. Ryan, D. Lindsay, W. Rivet
Second Row: Mrs. Smith, E.
Villiere, J. Danaher, J. Cornell
Giddings, L. Kiefer, B. Gribneau
Third Row: J. Deis
Cohen, K. Fryer, S. Longstaff, A,
Hilterbrant, M. Denio, L. Landers
Sponable, D. Wallace, G. Russell
Cornell. Third Row: B. Turner
Platt, A. VanDelinder, J. Thomas
Folsom, J Haney, J. Dennis, J.
Tracey, C. Helmer, L. Gillette, R. Wells, B.
Seated: K. Gribneau
P. Schmuck, S. Grande
Standing: S. Landers
L. Smith, P. Tiffany
B. Mene111y,G. Blanch-
ard, Mr. Daily, V.
Carpenter, E. Paine
L. Deis, R. Barrows.
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Statis ics C0mPi1ed and edited by your Nutsy Noodle Newsman on the
type of people who come to Professor Thomas Simpson's School of Concen-
The first student whom we interviewed was the wealthy and distinguish-
ed Thomas Rowe, Esquire who made his fortune by keeping his ears open and
his mouth shut. He is one of the best pupils at the school. He concen-
trates with the greatest of ease for he just never has any desire to talk.
The modern Elizabeth Barret Browning, the reknowed poetess Patricia
Tiffany famous for her poem nRomantic Thoughts on Leven--or--HLovely Thoughx
on Romancen,is another Simpson student.
Donald Simpson, brother to the owner, also patronizes this school.
Donald is a lion-tamer employed by the nBiggest Show on Earth.u This
man is famous for his fearlessness.
Sandra Burke, a correspondence-course pupil, leads a very glamorous
life as a female spy, It is rumored that she is now circulating in Avon-
Robert Gebhardt, sports editor of the HMolin Buglen, is a yearly
visitor at the school. He only visits the school annually because it
takes almost that long to get from Molin to civilization.
Thomas Deis is another who drops in at the school for a short course
now and then. Monsieur Deis is the famous chef at the Cafe de la Paix in
Paris. He is an even bigger hit with the mademoiselles than his cooking.
Another pupil interviewed is the prima ballerina Teresa Bartelotte.
She is the one who proved that one does not have to start young to achieve
Two notorious sailors who have made a profitable career of pirating
and who drop in every once in a while at the school when they are not
wanted by the international police force are Keith Barker and Dick Wormwood.
One infamous student is Senator James Joy the champion filibusterer
of the Senate. when he is filibustering he doesn't even read from books
he just lets himself go and talks!
Olga McCane who plays the jazziest organ this side of the Rockies
takes a concentration course every January. After interviewing her we
decided to sign up at the school ourselves!
Jack Ball is practically a permanent institution at the school ever
since he inherited the principalship of Town of Webb Schools from his
The next two students whom we interviewed, Connie and Ann Westfall
have made such a fortune as partners in the Interplanetary Hotels chain
that they tour the country playing sax duets just for fun.
Duke Hollister, the modern Eddie Fisher, who is known as nDizzy Duke
the Croonern is a semi-annual student. what a torpy voice!
The current playboy of New York, Bob Liddle, designs T.V. antennas
with every possible convenience from built in stork nests to burglar alarms.
He and Bill Burnap always take their course at the same time, a hangover
from high-school days, we guess. Bill is employed in the American branch
of a French perfume company as a perfume namer.
The wealthy Janet Hartnett a prominent member of the social set, stops
in at the school between yacht cruises.
Another patron of the school is Prof. M6PV1I1MuTd0Ck, aeronautics
expert, who claims that he makes use of the art of concentration when he
il flying around the Adirondacks in his balloon suspended chair.
We have come to the conclusion, from these statistics, that Simpson's
School has a very select clientele and therefore must present excellent
courses. If you should ever decide to take a course in concentration be
sure to consider Simpson's School and if you ever long for the good old
kids and the good times of your youth this is the place to go.
Front Row: J. McNeil, D. Tickner, R. Gebhardt, W. Wright, M. Murdock
Second Row: F. Liddle, D. Bird, C. Deis, Coach J. Davis, C. Barrows
T. Deis, J. Ball.
A. Westfall, T.Barte1otte
S. Grabb, C. Thomas,
B,MeNe1lly, C. Puffer if
P. Tiffany, Miss Holmes ' 9
Front Row: L. Thorpe, J. Hartnett, J. Ryan, W. Colwell, W. Deis, R.
Villiere, A. Delmarsh, Second Row: D. watson, M. Giddings, R. Barker
R. Gokey, Coach K. Smith, J. DeLong, G, Webster, L. Deis, W. Burnap
G. Rivet, Y. Rivet, E. Vaughn
B. Greenfield, J. Lindsay, A.
Front Row: R. Barrier D. Foley R. APP19t0nv J' Zahn'
Back Row: N. Villierez F. Liddlei R. Wormwood- -T- Turner'
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Deis, R. Wormwood, R. Gokey, C. Barrows, R. Clark. J. DeLong,
Deis, E. Webster.
Front Row: W. Deis, F. Liddle, C. Deis, D. Bird, R. Gebhardt, J.
McNeil, D. Tickner, D. Watson, W. Colwell, Second Row: J. Ryan
J. Hartnett, M. Giddings, A. Delmarsh, R, Gokey, W. Wright, C.
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