Troupsburg Central High School - Memories Yearbook (Troupsburg, NY)
- Class of 1951
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Back row Jayne Benton,
Ward Rogers, John Long
bront row Supelintendent
of schools Vlfgll dussey,
Rresident of Board of Ed
ucetion, Robert Gitcnell
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Thls 15 the second year that
we have had IT Clicquennol as HG
minlstrator ln I C s , h vlnp
come to us from f81Ht6G Post
bleparatlon for hls career IW
education was galned at UUE Unlver
slty of Rochester where H6 recelved
s B X and M L degrees
The seniors NlSh to extend
tnelr thanks to him for the value
ble help he has given them dUFlHU
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Meeks, E Wainwright V Ford Second row K Clicquennoi, G Myfelt, M Alden
A Marci, A Eddy, A Swimley, D Prutsman, L Croft, D Parker
OU? TQACH RS
We are fortunate at Troupsburg Central to possess such
Some of the grade teachers have been witn us for quite
S 1 le and Mrs Prutsman haue been here the longest neriod
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Swimley teaches the Thi r Ae and Mrs Prutsman the s' th
of time Mrs
grade Other grade
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teachers are, Mrs Eddy lst, Mrs Wainwright, 2nd Mrs Whi ,
In Se tember of 19 8 hr Croft, our dlstory teacher, Mr Alden, who
teaches Aariculttre and r Parker, who is our Coach came to Troupsburg to try
successful and rema'ned with us
their skill at teachin Ther were
When the next sclool year rolled around the ladies dec4ded to come to
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teack here hiss Ford is our Tusic t68Ch61, Mrs Knowles,formerlr M ss gu ,
eacnes English and Freshman Vistory, Miss Marci Commercial, Mrs Howe
f th Seventh and Eighth grade English
formerly Miss Stephens, is in charge o e
and Mrs weeks suoervises the Home Economics classes
During this same year we also had a new principal arrive on the scene
We all like Mr Clicquennoi and hone that he will stay at T C
Last Sentember another young gentleman came to Troupsburg Central H
must have heard someone sav that the men were outnunbered at T C S T s
young man is Mr Hyfelt our Math teacher
He hope that all the teachers will stay with us to help us to obtain our
MRQ CLARA PINOWLEb
The seniors wish to extend their
thanks to hrs nnowles for all the help
"'-H and advlce sue has glV6H ther during the
past two years Under her d1rect1on, the
Senior play, magazine campaign and nickel
Show were carried to a successful comple
tion by trat we mean we race money,
thereby enabling us to go on our trip
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Sensor Class Hustory
In sept 1939 ielen latson slpned and gazed at another crop of
first graders in her classroom lhis was the tx1rd cle s 01 filet gra
ders in the new scnool bulldlng Amon them were nnotrer Bllss,
Bashful Burdick brown eyed Cady, studious Hulbert, Jollx kent and Blond
haired hiller AltOg8CH6T there were 3 oi them 20 boys and l5 glrls
During the next seven years we progressed Irox llttle devlls to
little angles under the lnfluence of the follovln teacxers GOOT5l8DD8
Brown 2nd grade, Arlowine Sw1nley 3rd grade, katnleen o'nargan Lth
grade, Jovce Bord 5th grade, Donna Prutsman oth grade, and nrlowlne
Lewis 7th and 8th grades Bounclng Tripp and stone the ball player
Jolned us in the eighth grade
We entered lnto nlgn school wlth two new members, Judge torlell and
LOVGBULS Long lhe class OfllCeTS for our rreszman year were ornell
Pres1dent, R Burdlck Vlce fT6Sld6Ht, A tadysgecretary, J stone lreas
urer, and V Long Rep of student Cod ell Je had several class parties
with John Long as our class 8QVlSOT
In our Sophomore year we had the follow ng for our class o I ters
R Bllss rresident, R Burdick V1ce Presldent, B nerrlngton secretary,
J Hulbert Treasurer and R kent hep of student Councll Our cla s
advisor was Mr Croft
The officers for our Junlor year were a Cornell President, Q
Burdick Vice Presldent, B Mlller secretary, V hong Treasurer and J
Hulbert Rep of student Councll In our Junior year we began to tnlnk
about our o6H1OT Trip and how we would have to work to raise monex for
it We sold candy, T Shlrts and had a dance to ralse some of this mone
By the time June rolled around, we thought we completed a very success
Our Senior year,of course, is the one we'll all remember Our
class officers were R Kent PTBSIGGHC, B Miller Vice President, A
Cady Secretary, V Long Treasurer and V Cornell Rep of student Councll
We started the year wlth Miss Clara Ho ue as our class advisor but she
got hitched so we ended up wlth hrs Ciara anowles
We did well wlth the Magazine Campa1gn and the Nickel Show But
the Senior activlty we remember best of all is the Senior Play lll of
these money raising ventures helped us 1n reaching our goal, the SSWIOT
As we seniors look back several events stand out in our me orles
None of us will ever forget Freshman initiatlon' Those high and mighty
We all can still heal the argurents of the Junlors rinplng 1D our
ears There should be a lawyer or two lH that bunch
Then too, we like to look back on our play It was a great deal
of fun pretendlng and some of us probabl, wish we could pretend again
Our class seemed to llke slelgh ridlng parties for we had two of
them If only those trees wouldn't get ln the way'
The biggest event of our high school career was the senior Tr1p.
We still thlnk some of those buildlngs could hold a lot of hay.
The last big thing we remember is the moment we changed the tassels
on our caps from one side to the other. By that act we became graduates!
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When the Class of 'Sl walked out the doors of T C S , some valu
able additions were added to society Everyone in that class went
places rlght :rom the start
Anna C was so successful lH her debut 1U the senior play that
she took up 8CtlHb As a Shakespearean actress sne travellec exten
sively and finally married a Swiss by the name of Brown She always
did like Brown oW1SS
When Roy,B was playing basketball back in high school, everyone
used to say 'If only he'd get off the 1loor" Roy eventually turned
the tables on h1s tormentors bv becomlng a pllot
Lick B , Wdandsome RlChBId,n turned h1s talents to the political
scene Whlle runnlng for the Senate, he won many a woman's vote by
kissing her baby These babies seemed to remember lt too, for when
they grew up they kept returnlng Dlck to the senate with ever lncreas
ing mBJOTltleS over his opponents
Eddle C , after his perfor1ance in the Senior play, turned into
Joyce nulbert took up elementary teacning as her career But
after she was driven crazy by some of her pupils, she gave lt up and
became a psychology professor Wow she interviews applicants for ad
mission to teacher's colleges and asks them why they want to be teachers
Mechanlcally minded Ralph k became 1nterested in a bus line be
tween Austinberg and Troupsburg He soon had a thriving business
carrying chickens Chis ownl, people and produce
Virginia L , the occupational therapist was really lucky Jhile
treating the leg of an old Civil War vet, she became very much attached
to it and wouldn't let go She certainly got hor man'
Beulah M became a victim of circumstance Nhen she first read
NCheaper by the Dozen,N she got a big idea from it This idea mate
rialized into a repreeentatlve from her famlly in every grade at T C S
James S , soon after graduat1on, underwent a radical change in
hls bellefs concerning cars Jhlle going up Young Hickory on an im
portant miSSlOH, n1s Mercury broke down Havlng lost faitn in his car,
Jim took up a Chevrolet dealer's agency Legend has it that the Mer
cury is up there yet
Jessie Tripp's role in the Senior play as a hillbllly was the key
to the rest of her llfe She became so interested in them that she
went to the Ozarks to study them While there she met a bewhiskered
old gent whom she married
The members of the Senior Class bequeath the following to their
Roy Bliss wills his first baseman's mitt to Pee Wee Lane
Richard Burdick wills his Senior Ring to Onolee Bertch
Anna Cady leaves her sweet smile to all the teachers.
Edward Cornell wills the shirt he made in Home-Ec to the Salvation
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Future Plans Favorite rest e
Overalls Con lrlsj
Bein, with peop ioney
iclass Will cont J
Joyce nulbert wllls her bralns to Robert Carl
Ralpn Kent gives his worthless old specks' to
anyway ne also wlsxes to leave tle 'old bass
Virglnia ong leaves her treasurer's record to
sa lDC ood nicht
argaret cornell who can't see
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the unlor Class to see if they
can top it ln casn per person
Beulah iller bequeaths ner ablllty to act to Donald craxc
James stone tninks he has used 113 ablllty to sev long enoufx oO ne glves lt
to Joyce Alden
Jessle Trlpp glves ner ablllty to scratch ner legs wltnout using her hands to
BOUQUET FROM THE FACULTY
Who are the students of T C S 9 Well, in the estimation of the
faculty they are a pretty fine group, and they could compare them favor
ably in most respects with the students of any school
What is the typical student like? A composite picture would re
veal a girl with the following characteristics neat,friendly, well
groomed heir, good taste, somewhat shy, a sense of humor and skilled
in the art of homemaklng
The typical boy is a little less dangerous specie who is a good
sport that is proud to be a part of the team He cheers his friends
on instead of nstealing the spotlight' He respects other's property
and is looking forward to becoming a useful citzen
To sum it up, our average student is honest, cooperative, free
from drinking and smoking, and fairminded Yes,they may make mis
takes, but they don't go out of their way to do it
Ne hope the student body will appreciate our first, unskilled
attempt at producing an annual. This book was made possible through
the ambitious, intelligent cooperation of many people Thanks to all.
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D Burdicl, J Brutsman, C Coleprove, J Leonard, J Rude,
J Alden, Back How L Lane, D Demun Hulbert R Carl,
In l9hO there were twenty three children in the first
Through the elementary grades some have left our class and
have entered our class when we raduated from the eivhth
was still twenty three ln the class ln our present class
dents who started in the first rrade and are still ultn us
Alden, Janet Brutsman, Chrystal Loleerove, atta Pendr ckson, Neil
Demun, Henry Hulburt, Donald Crane, hlewelyn Lane, Marjorie Prutsman
and Joanne Leonard
The followlng teachers guided us throuvr the elementary grades
Mrs Watson, Hrs Brown, hrs swimley, hrs Plalsted, and Mrs rrutsman
Mrs Lewls tauvht the seventh vrade subjects to the class of '52
eighth grade we started roinv from one room to another and we had a
differen teacher for eacl subject
Hi h school Days! Our class was initiated into hinh school by
the present seniors fe had a lonv list of rules to be followed but it
se ms no one had a perfect score At tle end oi the week we were made
actors for an assembly Last year we made plans to initiate the present
sophomores but we never did et
This year our class sponso
dollars each tlne Otner money
Christmas cards, gift wragpln,,
are hoping to earn enough money
around to complete this project
ed two dance e rn np over thirty
raisine projects have been selling
auto,raph books and candy sales e
to go to Washington next year
The class has enjoyed a roller skatlny party and parties at homes
of classmates this year
For class advisors we have had Kiss Dimaggio in our Freshman year,
Mr Parker in our Sophomore year and mrs Weeks is our present class
I would like to tell you something about the class of S2
We have been noted for getting into all kinds of trouble since we
I remember one time in second grade when a high school boy
paid a boy of our class to kiss a girl of our class She got the
kiss and the penny, thanks to the teacher We have always won
dered which she enjoyed most
A few years later the class got rather down on a boy who was
in the class so they chased him around the school and all over
town For this little caper most of the class stayed in during
Another time the class got into another scrape One of the
members of our class got his teeth knocked out because another boy
pushed him against the radiator The whole class paid for this
by spending their noon hours in their seats
Another thing we remember is when one of our girls get a fly
up her nose We fairly howled, much to the dispust of our study
Something happened in our world history class last year
which left the whole class roaring The teacher was giving a test
when all of a sudden something fell to the floor A member of
the class thought it was a pencil and reached for it Instead of
being a pencil it was someone's false teeth
We like to think back on these memories and laugh about the
crazy things we did then and are still doing
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Front Row J Husted, O Cady, R Cornell, A Bliss N bherman
B Schall, N Mascho, Back Row R Stanford, P Stock,G Fisher
P Graham, R Long, U Elwell, R Weldon, J cAllister, D Tripp
v Pres R Long I sec B bchall
In September lqhl, twenty four children entered the first grade
which was taught by Mrs Helen Matson Those who started school that
month and are still with us are Onolee Cady, Audrey Bliss, Margaret
Sherman, Paul Graham, Gary Fisher, Fred Stock, and William Elwell
The teachers who guided us throigh the first six grades were Nrs
Brown, Mrs Swimley, Mrs Ford, Mrs Plaisted, and Mrs rrutsman
Mrs Sanford taught most of our seventh grade subjects
When we were in the second grade Fred Stock left us but joined us
in our sixth year Robert Weldon entered our class when we were fifth
graders Joanne Husted and Barbara Schall joined us in the sixth grade
Raymond Long, Rosemary Cornell and Richard etanford joined us during
our junior high years Wilde Mascho and James Mc Allister entered
our class after we started high school There are many others who
have been members of our class at one time or another but have left us
High Schooll We were given the shop for our home room and our
C1435 advisor was Miss Ford We expected a Freshman initiatlon all
during our Freshman year but never Pot it Some were sad and some
were glad about this
Our Sophomore year started the same as any year with everyone
tanned and happy hr Parker was chosen our class advisor Our
class now consists of seven girls and nine boys
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rront Row T Bailey, C Sanford, J Brutsman, L Trlpp, D Preston
Middle Row P LeBarron D Cook, C himble, L harren, C White
Back Row A Anthony, J Price, C Sanford, w nnvlert, n Hulbert
Trels Carolyn Sanford V Pres Darwin Cook
Pres James Price Sec Billy Envlert
FR SHNAN CLASS HISTORY
The class of 'S entered 7th grade in 19 5 The officers were
President, Layton Warren, Vice President, James Pr1ce, and Treasurer
Joanne Brutsman Our class advisor was r Hic's e rad one class
party at school
In Sth grade our officers were President, James PFlC6 Vice
President, Carl Kimble, Secretary, Donna Preston, and Treasurer,
Darwin Cook Our advisor was Hrs Howe
we also got class pins In June when we graduated James Price
had high honors le resented a play HPaul Splits the Atom
In our rreshman year our advisor is Mrs Howe The officers
are President, James Price, Vice President, Darwin Cook, secretary,
William Englert, ard Treasurer, Carolyn Sanford he have had several
Front Row A Sawyer, L Leonard, S lnonas, C Crane, D June, K
Ford, V Mattison, E Towsley Second Row B Herrington, A Miller,
M Cornish, M Cady, J Elwell, R Erway Third Row K Lewis, D
Hulbert, G White, L Newell, D Price, L Narren Last Row J
Rogers, K Nudd, D Kimble, J Neal
Front Row M White, M Renniger, E ger, J
E Cady, M Long, Back Row R Taylor, L Gurnsey, R Stanford, D
Burdick, V Hulbert, D Hulbert, A Bliss, J Hendrickson, D Herrington
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Back Row R Stanford B Weldon F Stock
Cowanesque Valley 1
With only two vets, we all should be proud of the record our team has
made this year Everyone deserves a lot of credit for the support and school
spirit that helped our boys A vlgw of one game might let you know our team
playing better and how they took defeat
were playing Arkport who is always a strong team and hard to beat
We were ahead in the first quarter by a two point margin and at the half it
was cut to one point Our boys didn't let us down but managed to be deadloc
ked at the end of the third quarter The last eight minutes went by too
quickly and before we knew it the horn blew and Arkport had managed to get
ahead by seven points.
Now a look in the scoring book and to see who piled up the points D
Stanford reached the 200 mark with a point to spare F, Stock, a strong
contender for the scoring champion following with 161, A senior whom we hate
to lose next year, R. Bliss with 171, followed next in total points
Back Row Coach Parker C McMindes L Warren B blwell D Cook H Hulbert D Crane
G Fisher J Mcalliater D Tripp
Front Row J Price P Graham R Long D Burdick P LeBarron C Kimble B Englert
C Sanford L Lane
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Cowanesque Valley Troupsburg
QQ Troupsburg Savona
The junior varsity started the season with a bang and ended in the same
position as last year's J-V's did, second place. Whit helped our team the
most was our school spirit carried around by everybody. We never accepted
defeat until the final whistle blew in every game. A glance at one of the
high-lights of the year might give you a better idea of how our boys played.
One of the best games of the year was a game against Campbell. The
score shows you it was an exciting game and the outcome depended mostly on
back defense which consisted of Ray Long and Richard Burdick. When the fina
whistle blew, everybody saw that our team had beaten Campbell the second
time in a row by 6 points.
Enough about the game and now a look into the scoring colnqn to see who
rolled up the points to win the games. Billy Englert led in irnlvidual sco-
ring with llh points followed by Paul Le Barron and Carl Kimble with 67 and
S7 points respectively.
Next year we hope we can have first place in the league and we are sure
that our team deserves it after all the practicing.
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N Demun, P Bliss, C himble, R Carl, Q Kent,
Back Row Coach Parker, L farren, L Lane, 1 nngert, J Price
C Mcvindes, V hlwell, F Stock, C Sanford.
Last years soccer season was not very successful but we are lookfng
forward to a better season next year
Since our boys were inexperienced and this was only their second
year of soccer, they had a rather slow start, but had improved by the
end of the season
we expect to see them right out in front next year, forging ahead
This year's starting eleven was made up of a majority of Freshmen
and with the experience they gained this year, they hold great promise
of a good team for Troupsburg in the future
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There was no volleyball game played last year because of the weather
Each school that was entering this tournament put their name of the team
or the schools name on a slip of paper and mixed In a box Then each school
or team drew a slip of paper out of the box and the team whose name was
Our team drew a bye the first time A bye means our team didn't have
to play anybody the first time This put Troupsburg up to the quarter
finals In the quarter finals Troupsburg played Bradford and lost to them
The team represented itself very well in this tournament of the county
This year on March 17th, seven boys went to Cmnisteo to enter in the
Clmss B and C volleyball tournament of Steuben County The first team
we played was our next door neighbors, Jasper We defeated them two stra
ight Than came Savona, who we defeated two straight games Then we
drew m Class B School, Hammondsport, but we also defeated them in twn games
Now we smw hopes of going to Rochester, in feet we were in the finals
But we came up against Avoca and were defeated in two games Everybody
was proud of the temm because this is the furthest any locml team has gone
in several years
Troupsburg hopes for more entries and higher standing in the annual
track meet which is held at Greenwood Last year the boys that entered
made e good showing against keen opposition The girls won many of the
events that they entered in and are looking forward to this year's meet,
held in June Since the annual All Star game was held in Troupsburg
this year, the money collected at the gate will buy the trophies which
are awarded, and we are hoping to take top-honors
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