Van Hornesville High School - Otsquagan Yearbook (Van Hornesville, NY)

 - Class of 1945

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Volume X The I Gfsquagan 'lr Published bg students of VAN HURNESVILLE CENTRAL SEHUUL Van Hurnesville, New York edicafea fo The nine alumni of the Van Hornesville Central School who have given everything in order to preserve for future generations the American way of living. It is with a deep sense of gratitude that we thus honor the memory of Frank Anthony, Irving Douglas, Frank Layman, Donald Petrie, Felix Ucasz, and Gordon Waffile, killed in actiong and Edward Lampman, William Botsford, and Harold Lampman, reported missing. , nj x xg x 2 The 1945 Otsquagan lm Itll ruhuk PII Ill Tm Xrrueelnck You 1 Xnduchemk Rohn! hum thu Xnthong Nlllhlil Hmmm Stmlex Hcdnuxkl flglllllllf Doug x 1 1 I Unk Buudxk Touph lkm 'NIU mn Nh I l Wfkl 1 Sun u innk fllfftlld Kwok hobnrt frlndlll XXI ul fmunn V11 mn flt1!1IlNNlxl Imeph s xx xk XX I Iylllll-'lllx Stmlu N I lglillll K1 llll nlulk I 1 udlk I 1 llt Q 1 k ht ggulrm xv 1 I s mr nt B1 X ll und N-uxxl 1 nga I udxx luoddl Xncrrxx uuk Stun 4 eak X hllll 1 lm 1 mx hnnm Ils m lu nlun 111 llc-'nunxxfn Pm k lla ne x 1 Il1HlI'1ldlY' I lx I n 1 leon Ilu n To QN In h Ixnmuml T 1 X!ldllXX hem 1 141 lk St 1 ll! lx nmnluu I L ng on I mn Xndle s lXll!lll ohn Ixnlml Iohn Ixxum lumhut lxulmnk Iolm nm umm ldxx U1 e lwnl :thx lion nu ht mchxk N 4lm Nlxllexkl Stxnlu mlmx C x xtrn Snnun un lugs l xm ll Bun 1 wnuk I 1 N mu Imp: mu lhsloll XIOOI1 Hull-'X N :gun HIHIIITIIII N mnsln 4 Ill TNCI llxNl Nfulmnu Xhlfved Nlumfmd Hxmld vIllYllf0!d Unllle 'N gu Nluhul Ntle Hu: Sllllfhl Inn Ough Xhhxtu In H11 D0 xkl 11 X 1 u lx nl l X 1 Nl I xl mu Ixufu mr s 1 n luclludwu Ilflll lx veltsnn Dun l unison ll: Rogm s R mxrnrmd Sxdlon lmopold Slndus B1 rnud N lui I '11 S mt Iutu S umm lxuwmll Nhoemlkfl H1 k ll4Hlllxfl lux Shofmikel RUIHI1 N n xen P11 llllll 1 mc Sl umm Que ut I1 uns: VK 1 eo ll 1 lxillskl ln Smllll I7 'smith Dun :ld Smith l xel Hmxth I nu 5111101 'N u Sllllth Uusn wdu I mn xdu Hnuld xdcl Is 1 Sokll Jusmphlnl Supuxkl inmgt Nopoxln Nlmtm ll 1 S xlnm Xngrz nm lllom Mnhu :Hum k uhn lx tn xx-'11 Stukle-1 'Nu hnl xx Sta 1 klel Stex PII Stnvtu heoxgn Sn vtmon Iuusn Il Tlhor Nllnlew 'Tx ndl h1org,e nd: 'Xu hu 1 ku 'Nl t tlm U 1 u lllx xlkmuhu xl XX dfflm Me I um X xfflm R1 sh XX 111 nth H lruld VS 1: hmm xln Xndu xx XX xtkoxx Ju F dn ud n I :hal I X lU0lNkl Stexln Xoung If erm Xmuxg Rnbmlt Xoung X 01 1 1 ul e Don lx wk B1 nm :ln k I ru HIII1 mtl Phll M lm n 1 x Schnmdmn Mfnthx S hnell X1 hm xl Ihwllulrfwl llllllllf ll anti Hn: Bundxk he-015.4 lewk lo fuk YY funluwkl T01 uhdldt NX uc IP cox Pyx k Vllm Nvlllllm llllllk hmmm s ll Hex lxugus Hunld Root Ruben! no Vmcy fuultx S mmxku Dmlxm Stuldel xxllllllll Suhmkx Tohn Sum. 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Fr: cis Utzl '. , -I' : 2 , 1 ' Thr 10.15 OLYQIIKIIIKYI1 3 OWEN D. YOUNG XXVIIUII thc Yun Ilmwlcsvillv wclnml was cstzzhlisliccl, it in-vcr l'lltC'I'Cil my mincl that mu' clay wc' shuillrl rlvclifzltc' thi' yczu' hunk tu um' huys who lust thvii' lives in wzui llrm' uiltlliillxzihh- it 5Q'l'lIIi'fi the-11. llmv trzlgiv it sccius now. f lui' Il4'1lI'IS :mx hm' hilt mir howls :irc high in thc cmiiiclviwc ul- victmy. XXX- urs- pruiul, hm-yimrl thc gift uf wmwls tu oxprcss, ul' thc CHIllI'ii1llfiHll mu iiiwllllf :uirl stuck-nts llzlvn- inzuh- tu this gl'CIlfl'Sf zmcl. I pray, thc Inst uf all wars. Um' gfI'1lliIll1ll' gm-s tw thcm wlw livc nur I'l'YCl'Qlll IUZIVS tw thc-In who che. 4 1114 ll M ' 115 Oixqzmg United 60h Uictofznl Throughout the year VHS students and the people of the surrounding area have been engaged in many types of war work in keeping their slogan, "United for Victory." Pupils devoted their afternoons to helping farmers gather the crops when the school restricted classes to morning sessions for the first live weeks in the fall, and helped with the planting during the spring recess. ln October the entire student body took part in the milkweed pod collection campaign and turned in 350 bags of pods. The VHS Higlzliglzts staif again undertook to send the paper to the service alumni. The necessary funds for postage came from individual contributors and the service dance sponsored by the staff in September. Tuesday was set aside as stamp and bond day and each week everyone from the kindergarten children to the faculty bought his share. During the special nation- wide drives, the classes competed in buying bonds and sponsored assembly pro- grams to boost tl1e sales. Several home rooms were also enrolled one hundred per cent in the 'lunior Red Cross, and the school's contribution was sent to headquarters to help with that important war work. Une of the most popular social events of the year was the XNar Chest ,lamboree in October where the main attraction was the old-fashioned country auction. Among the articles offered for sale were butter, sugar, cigarettes, steaks, wood, cakes, pastries, straw, and chickens. Total proceeds were approximately one thousand dollars. YIIS planned its physical education and health classes in accordance with the national fitness program. Members of the l'-T. QX. contributed money for operating the cafeteria which this year served a nutritious hot lunch to all students free of charge, and sold sandwiches. ice cream, and fruit. ln the homemaking class at night school instruction centered around the essen- tials of a good diet and taught women how to provide wholesome meals for their families in spite of wartime rationing. The adult agricultural group studies were concentrated on ways to increase production to help meet the growing needs of the nation. Thus, everyone in Yan Hornesville and the centralized district is doing his small share in helping win the war. VVe're proud of the way our 197 school alumni and teachers in the armed forces are doing their job and we want them to be proud of us for doing our best to see that they come home in the near future. The 1045 O tsquagun Ao .S'i'uh'1l, lvfl In riyfhl Mrs. liclnzt .Nm-y, lluwznrcl l.cm-lccr, clerk :tml lmsinvss inzumgcrq liztrl Ostrantlcr, pros cnt: Mrs. Zlllil lllll'CllZlM'Q XYilh:un Rulxcrtsuii, trczlsiiiwr. .hillllllllillllf llnmlfl llzni-nvr. 5llIlL'f'llllL'llClL'lllI llztrry l.t-m-lccr. oat 0 ucafcon .9 59 ' 'is 0VCl'ytlllllg, this hunk is clccliczltccl. 'lla mn' iricilcls :tml ahnnni un every front we send ht-st wislit-5 lm' vuntinticcl SlICCOSS, with thc liupc that in zulutlu-1' yvzn' wc will gwct czlch pcrsmlztlly. lqHlil"R'l' li, XYUIlIlRl'lfI4 l'r1m'1fml 6 Thu lu 15 fJf.YljlHlfllHl ' Hncc again uni' yc:1i'Inuvl4 tlicmc is centcrecl uruuncl 5 the git-:lt wurlcl miitlict. lu thcin whit have given Y' '-mea, . ,M.L in lmff to rig1l1t,fir.r! rozu--Miss Northam. Mrs. Casparcs, Mrs. VVoodruff, Principal VVoodruff, Miss Kuz- inich, Miss Stritc, Miss XVillianis. Second ro-zv-Miss Lynch, Miss Sutherland, Miss D'Aprix, Mr. Dnncoinbc, Miss Bentley, Miss Zahn, Miss Austin. Tliirzf roto-Miss Mack, Miss Allen, Mr. Hitchcock, Mr. Farnsworth, Mr. Price. Mrs. Zybtnicwski, Mrs. XYood. 7-fue 'faculty This year the doors of VI IS swung open for the 1944-45 session on August 29 with Principal Robert XVoodruff again at the helm. VValking through the halls we discovered the familiar face of Mrs. jane Render in the kinder- garten teaching the "tiniest" members of our school. She was replaced later in the year by Mrs. Olga Katovich who has served as substitute teacher at VHS for a number of years. In the adjoin- ing room with the first and second graders we found Mrs. Margaret Zybtniewski, a newcomer, who taught for the first term and then was succeeded in january by Miss Angelica Fava of Us- wego State Teacliers College. Again teaching the third group was Miss Lita Lynch who also had charge of the grade library. Proceeding to the fourth grade room we were just in time to see Miss Mary Zahn again welcom- ing her students. Miss Florence Northam, a newcomer at VHS this year, was getting acquainted with her fifth and sixth graders. The same was true of Miss Kathleen Mack in the seventh group. liighth graders were renewing acquaintanceship with their teacher, Miss Veronica Kuzmich. Calling on the freshmen we observed Miss Helene Allen of the music department, calling the roster, Frederick Price of the social studies held and Miss Edna Austin, language instructor, again faced the smiling rows of sophomores and juniors, respectively. Seniors were greeting Science Teacher Francis Duncombe, as their home room adviser. Miss Lois NVillia1ns, successor to Mrs. Doris Williaiiis, enthusiastically took over her duties as librarian and junior-senior Iinglish teacher. In the weaving and crafts room Miss Charlotte Suth- erland was looking over her art supplies. In the homemaking department we found Miss Florence Strite, and in the school shop we renewed acquaintanceship with Wilbiir Farnsworth. In the business room we discovered another newcomer to the faculty, Miss Helen D'.-Xprix. Mrs. Adeline VVoodruFf continued as journalism instructor. At Aunt Catharine's house we found Miss Lois Bentley serving as school nurse. 1 "Prof" VVoodruff again took over the physical education program. At f the .lordanville school Mrs. Marian Caspares and Mrs. Bertha Wood S were directing the students of this grade school. , An innovation at the school this year was the guidance program set up by lflwood Hitchcock of Dolgeville. In the late spring Miss Helen Rogers again served as dental hygienist. Thr' 1945 Of.YtjIlHfllIIl 7 11111-1-15 1111111111- 11111111111 1.1-111-111-1, 1'11-111 211141 111151111-55 1112 1111- 51-1111111. 1Zl1111lg' 1':11'1- 111. 1111- 11151 1'111'11-5111111111-111'1- 111111 11 11111111-15 11'11i1'11 1111151 111- 11111-11 111111 1111-11. N115. 111111-1 1'1l'll11 1 l.1'fl 111 rigflzl, firxvl 1'11-:1- 1111111-y F11111111, 1111111111 1111111-15, 111111-11111 1.1'11l'1iL'l', 1f1111'11r11 14111111-15, 111111115 .Xl'1i1'I'11I1l11. ,S'1'1'111111' 111-11' 112ll'Y1'j Xl 11.4 I ' . 1 11111115. 11111111111 R111111151-. 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Miss Lynch. 5. Miss Sutherland. 4. Miss Stritc. 5. Miss Kuzniich, 6. Miss Austin. 7. Mrs. K 1sparcs.ii4. "Bus" Rmncling. 9. After School. IO. Miss Lynch. 11. Miss XYiiliIi1I1S, 1.2. Miss Iji:xI?fiX and Miss stin. 13. Miss Allen. 14. Mr. Duiicmnhc and Mr. Hitchtock. 15. Mrs. XYood. 16. Mrs. Katovich. 17. Miss Xu. K Xllvn 13 Mrs. Liasparcs. 19. Sgt. Ahhott. 30. Miss Northam. .2I. Mr. Dnnconlhc. 22. Miss Slltiltfiilllli. 33. Miss ack: 24-. Mrs. liatoviuh. 35. The Schnclls. 26. Capt. XX'allacc. 27, Jimmie Farnsworth. 28. Mr. Uniivmnhc. 39. - ' '- ' " '- '-P"- 2.Mr,1'icc. .Mi.':.Xn.tin. 3.Mr, Xliss liinthy .incl Miss Striti. 30. Miss lsuznnch. 31. Prulnhf. rim. 3 r 33 ss s 1.4 l irnsxwrth. 35. Mrs. I:211'll5XYUl'ii1. 36. Mrs. XYuodrnff and Spikc. 37 and 38. Prof. XX'unclr1ifT. 39. T111 Party. 0, jinnnic. 41. Lt. Hess. hl.XRll-1 lirvs1"r'l' l'la1'i:u Wuumvsiu' l'ru.vitlt'ul C O F '45 l'1'4't'-l'rvs1'u'vnl lfiuxt is llirxtumma MH-1-1-A MOORE .ltlT'I.Y1'P' Two uld ladivs art' walking nunvlmlantly clown a S1'H'L'fl!P'j'-1lV'4'tI.S'lH't'F t-ruwtlvd str:-vt and, as it' fatv had sta-pin-d in, tht-3' nu-4-t and rt-im-mln-r 4.,, . Over tht-ir tt-a 1-ups in a nf-arhy 'Srosn' t W " r 'W t 'Joi' 'Jaarus' i I0 iv? at 'Pi 52 WLKK' ., ll ll ', 'W 'Ynf ' ' lllllsvs Mrs. li .......,...., "Svvt-iitt-1-n t'rn-slum-a ..., nur he-st, ln-llarrd yt-ar .,.. Mr, l'rir0, alias Voyute- Bill, A ' auulsvd and 1-aluu-tl us 4inu'1iwe-xvt-pt oncv --'f on tht- class party." "lin-lm-ililn-i'," shv gigglvs, "down tn tht- vavrs with m-It-an t'am't-s- hut aftvr tht- jaunt hat-k .,,. thvy : wt-rv a mustard hum' ..... Wo sharvd ll4tIllll'S with the- - l supliulnmw-s for the- flll!'iSiIliIlS dnlirv ,.... l'1't1' NVi- vlmwsky sat in tht- honor post with, .luv lluhiak pri-parvil tu takn- urs-r at a mumvnt's native." "Yi-s." intvrrupts Wt- I-vvn stuh- att:-ntiun from tht- svninrs ...,. Mr. , Srlim-ll. advisvr, dist-overt-d what 'trials and tribulations' - l vuultl re-ally hs- ,,... Mayho we gavv him his hasic train- 'Pun- inf.: fm' tha- Vuast Guard." Mrs, U ...,........ adds "lie was a 're-grular guy'," and Miss M ............ nuds 2lg!'t'Q'lllt'Ili, "'l'hn- same' thru- students he-ld tha- important rlass posts that. yvar." chuvklt-s Mrs. G ..........., , "and wa- had slmppt- the-y take an tlunighful look at 4-arh uthe-r, and tu tht-ir minds t'UIlll'S a Hood uf llll'Illl7l'il'S of yvars past. 5 "Koran-inlu-r whvn wt- gram-d in awl- at tht- sz-uiors!" Miss M.4,..., ..... , "and l'harlit- llnyda hvgan thv pi'm'vss of nmmpulating thu- svt'i't-tai'y-troasurn-r's im-moramlums." 'Fmfx ln a slmvkn-tl tum- Miss M ..... .... rt-sunn-s, "But our st-vnml yn-ar! 'l'hv nuisie-st gruup in high svluml. . . , . su many vlass partit-s wt- hrokv all l'0l'0l'llS.H "During: nur juniur yt-ar we all trivd to makt- aim-mls for ou r suplummrn- rt-1'm'd. .... l'vtv was still rvsting the- 'high' rhair and Juv was kvepiiig him voxnpany ..... i Marin- lie-nm-tt 1-mitinut-tl tho pen-pusliing and mathvmat- ival pruhlt-ins," hahhln-s Mrs. ll .........., . "Wu tlidn't makv any mum-y on that Vhristmas damw- hut the- snap tlakvs sm-1-ning L-nntn-st madv it an historical vu-nt in my yn-ars, nut lu mt-ntiun Mr. l'rir1- as Santa , Plans." smiles Miss "Hut our .luninr lroml . . . . .X nine-'day wtmdvrl . . . . 'l'h1- aroma ut' sprl hlussums and thc thrill nt' thu' grand lIlill't'll,ll Nun "Ahl that last yt-ar-hotli tht- host and tht- saddvst. ' . . . . Marie- lim-nm-tt advanced to tha- prvsiduntial post, - didn't shi-Z" qui-rin-s Mrs. G. .,.......,. To thu- nad ut' agrvv- mvnt, shv 1-untivuu-s. "and IH-tv dt-sm-mlod to thx- lmnnr pust just In-luw it .,,.. Taking cars' nf tht- husim-ss affairs ut' tht- ss-niurs was Mt-tta Mourv. with Mr. llun- vnuilw as vlass advisvr." "Hut uf tht- nripginal rlass ot' 17, only eight nt' us wvre lt-ft tu mart-h hy and I1-re-ivv a diploma ...,. l'e-tv ami Stanlt-y Wirlmwsky aml All-x Magnitrzky tinishu-tl in Janu- ary ..,.. Su ilu-ro wr we-re-uut in a war-turn world--A fe-ar and Ilt'Slllll'ii0Il vvt'rywlivrvflait wv had l'Ulll'3lg'1' . . . . and wt- haw survix'rd." 'l'lu-rv is mist in thv 1-yes of tht- twn old ladies as thv put away llll'Illtll'it'S and, as all the se-ninrs did on that day in Juuv, 1945, 1-arh goes hm-r own way of rve-ry-day living. "llumll1ym- Mrs, ti ...,. " " 'nmllryv Miss M .... . 'Hn' 11115 Ulsqmigun F 1 . ' wa . ' 7 , -. A 1 " r M .12 I I. 'ij' FF ' J 'f '13 WHL 4 J, 1 A K. 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I, Girls' hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Senior play 31 Variety staff 2, 3, 4, editor 3, Delegate to Syra- cuse Press Conference 4. ANDREW SOKAL--"Andy" .-lgriculturc Football 3, 4, Soccer 2, Track 2, Band 2, Glee Club I, 2, 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlights statf I, 4, Otsquagan staff 4, Radio Club I1 Dramatics 3, Sen- ior play 3, Boys' Homemaking Club I, Arts-Crafts Club I. JOSEPH HUBIAK-"Hub" .elvatlrnzic Soccer I, 22 Football 2, 3, 41 VVrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Class vice-president I, 2, 3, Highlights staff 41 Stamp Club 1, Tumbling I, 2, Shop Club I1 Boxing 1, 2, 3, 41 F.l'.A. I. FREDERICK STEGLIC-"Fred" . lcadtvtzic Soccer I1 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, Iiighlights staff I, 2, 3, 4, cartoonist 4, Otsquagan staff 2, 3, 41 Variety staff 2, 3, 4, Radio Club IQ Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Skiing 4, Senior plays 2, Arts-Crafts Club I, 2, Boxing 2: Delegate to Syracuse Press Conference 4. CHESTER JANCZUK4"Chcw Chew" .ttgrirnltzmi Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlights staff I, 2, 3, 4, Ofitllldfjllll staff 41 Skiing I, 2, 3, 41 Delegate to Syracuse Press Conference 4. PETER WICHOWSKY-"Pete" flgriculture Football 1, 2. 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 41 Track 2, 3, 4, Class president 1, 2, 3, Class vice-president 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlights staff 4, Dramatics 31 Tumbling 1, Senior play 3, Boxing 1, 2, 3, 41 Boy Scouts I. tGraduated in January to start army specialized trainingj ALEXANDER MAGNITZKY-"Alex" ilradmliic Football 41 Highlights 4, Otsquagan staff 4. CTrans- fcrrerl from Lincoln High School, Cleveland, in senior year. Graduated in January and joined armed forces.l STANLEY VVICHOWSKY-"Stash" Agriculture Football 2, 3, 42 Soccer 1, F. F. A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Ski- ing 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling I, 2, 31 Boxing I, 2, 3, 4. tGraduated in Januaryj METTA MOORE .-lcadvmic Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Class secretary-treasurer 4: Highlight.: staff 3, 4, lnterviewer 4, Otsquagan staff 2, 3, 4, editor 4, Library Club 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Cheer- leader 2, Girls' hockey 2, 4, Senior play 3, Girls' Octette 21 Variety staff 2, 3, 41 Delegate to Syracuse Press Con- ference 4. OLGA YAVVORSKl llamcinaking Girls' hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Highlights staff 1, 2, 3, 4, managing editor 4, Otsquagrm staff 2, 3, 4, art editor 41 Variety staff 2, 3. 4, art editor 3, 4, Homemaking Club I, 2, 3, 4, Library Club I, 2, Dramatics 2, Gar- ment Construction Clnb I, 21 Delegate to Syracuse Press Conference 4. Junior Class lwl! fu lljlllll, flfxl wgp ltllzn llilllv' lollms, H1251 llflilllllx. 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',V4yk ' 4 4 4 , I . 4 ,. 4V 4 .V44 V544-444' '-V1ng1V'-f,?fV,1jLl , 4 V , 44.4. 4 VV . ,, .V 54,4444 ,4 4,44 . 4 44 4 3, .V,,, ,4 X' ' ffqVV47F Vi? Qin .,Vivx.'VkQw95VfL1Vj?'1'ff i..',-THA" "A"V:f. J7L4gie'Qaj Jvf?4 V V- V-qv. .V w, .VV My V f. H- . Mwfi 'ww' ,- z ' , 1' Vfvg'V,4VV V NV , 1 -2,1 ' in A, f -VV VN ' hm 'wr ' Wy'-.viM'fxVm,f,.p4.V:fZ,frm-.Qt-.1V1'fm2fG. VV f',V!fa2hV111?V.wV1,'fiw..M53312avV,:i1ff,QmeVf3-Q4e'3'uERfb:.. 'knibhfzzfgi 1, . TH E SPORT PROGRAM Once again the VHS boys engaged in a vigorous physical education program designed to de- velop sturdy, healthy bodies, and alert minds. Principal Robert Vlfoodruff, alias "Coach," continued to direct the activities. All 40 high school boys participated in football this year and both an II-1113.11 and a six-man schedule were played. The younger lads, known as the "jayvees', embarked upon their own series of six-man games. A The varsity won three out of four six-man encounters, and finished second in the Cherry Valley league. Results were as follows: ....,,,..... ...,,... ........... 7 R ichfielcl ,...............,, ..,,.,,, . L3 VHS ............ ........... i 3 Springfield ......,,,,.. .. ,, ,, I 2 VHS .,....,..... ..,.,..,,,. 2 8 Cherry Valley ......,, ....... .2 0 VHS ,...,,...,,.,,,,..,.,,,...,...,, ,,..,..,,.........,,............. 2 0 VVest XVinlield ......,,,,, . ,,... I8 One victory was scored in the 11-man games which included: VHS ...,,,.........,. ..............,................................. 0 Mohawk .....,............... .,.,.............,...,,... ,....... I 1 VH S ............ ...,,..,... I 3 Richfield ,...........,,.,,..,...,....,....,. ........................ 2 8 VH S ,,......,............ ,,,, ,....... ,,....,,,..,.. I 9 C herry Valley-Springfield .............., 0 VVilbur Farnsworth of the agricultural department acted as assistant coach for the varsity, and Frederick Price, social studies teacher, and Francis Duncombe, math and science instructor, took over the jayvee group. VVhile these younger boys failed to win many games, they derived valuable training for the future. On the girls' side of the held the familiar crack of hockey sticks was again heard as Miss Edna Austin, language instructor, supervised this sport. Five games were played with victories over Cherry Valley and Richfield, a tie with West VVinheld, and losses to Richfield and West Winlielcl. Wrestliiig, which is usually the big sport at VHS, was curtailed somewhat this year due to the severe winter which forced the school to close on many occasions during the grappling season. The boys man- aged, however, to engage in a six-meet schedule and to participate in the Upper New York State Wrestliiig tournament at Norwich during March. 2 X Spring sports again included track and intramural softball. Tennis and swimming were engaged in later in the season. The students of VHS have, therefore, been given a well-rounded physical education program which should be of help in fitting them for the armed forces, or for any vocation they may enter in the future. The 19.15 Ofsqimgrm 15 1111111111 11111 XX Football l11l 11 ll 1111 111 11 111' 11111111 111-1111 N1'll1ll'j' XX11'l11111sl1y. 1111111111 l7111g111:111. 11151-1111 ll1ll1l2lli. Nl1l:111 lXll1'l'lAillx 1111, 11111-1111 11111111111 S1'1'11111l1'1111' 'l'1111111z1w l'11sl4z11'1'111411, .xll1ll'l'XX S11lilll. 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THE HIGHLIGHTS STAFF This year, as in the past, journalism has played an important part among the activities at YI IS. The three major undertakings ol the group again centered around the VHS lliylzliglifs, weekly newspaper: 'Hn' fjhftlllllfjllll, printed yearbook: and 'flu' VHS Variety, animal literary magazine. Nlrs. .-Xdeline XYoodrull' continued her role of adviser to the various publications. The lligflilfylzlx celebrated its tenth anniversary this year and in commemoration published a series of articles portraying the history ol the school as seen through the pages of the newspaper during the past decade. Marie Iiennett was editor this year and Ifllis Iilwood, business manager. Their stall' of 35 contributed to the war effort by sending the ll1'gl1I1'gl1l.v to all former YIIS stu- dents and faculty in the armed forces. This carried the paper to all parts of the world, on every Imattlelront where YI IS men were stationed. In order to finance the project the third annual Serv- ice Iienelit llance took place in September and the proceeds plus individual contributions were suf- licient to cover the added postage hills. This year 375 copies were printed weekly and over 200 of this figure were mailed. .-Xs in other war years, a page entitled "Under the Colors" was reserved lor letters received from service alumni. This, together with an occasional address list of the serv- ice alumni, continued to he the most popular features ofthe paper. In Novemlmer live seniors-lNlarie Hennett, llletta Moore, Olga Yaworski, Chester blanczuk, and Ifrederick Steglicffaccimmpanied Mrs. XVoodrufl' to the Syracuse Ilress Conference where hoth the newspaper and magazine received 'YXII-New York" honors, and Marie Bennett was awarded a :Moo scholarship to Syracuse l'niversity for winning a newswriting contest. The paper was again entered in the National Scholastic, Columbia, Quill and Scroll, and Na- tional Iluplicated I'aper .Nssociation contests. X A The qJf.S't1IItIfjlll1 stall with Metta Moore as editor and .Xndrew N f Sokal,. husiness mavnager, was comprised ot ahout e5 students who chose Nlfx E as their theme, "L mted for X ictory. Hecause ot shortagesnot supplies 5 . ss and labor it was necessary to send the hook to press early again tlns year. The junior class again sponsored the VII5' Variety, with Altana XX Tennat as editorg Dorothy Ilerron, business manager, and under the leadership of Miss l.ois Wlilliams. 20 The 19,15 Olsqimgrm Otsquagan Staff l.1',H lu rlyflll, jzrxl rfrzv lJ1n111l1y H1111111, l,1m1'1'111' I'1k1'Q, Xllv XX1ll1:1111s, XI1-11:1 XI111111, Xlrx XX11111lr11iI. 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Mrs. XX111,1l1'11!t rlqlliflf ruzu Xlvttu Xlmmrc, Vllyllis l'1'rki11s, xlllfit' Hcllllctt, lIk'll'Il Ci11sl111I11k, 1,1221 Yz11x'u1'ski, l"1':1111'1-N l11111f111 H1'l1'11 ,l21llL'71lli, XCVZ1 Magmtzky, lJ1n'otl111z1 Lnllms. Inari 111tt1m, Rnlplm Nlllllll, XX1ll1z1111 5j'XYt'l!, lJ:11'11111 H1-1111 Y Ilk'I', ,l1m1'pl1 licwul, .XI1-x:1111l1-1' Nlnglmitzky, lfllis lil11'11111l. L'l11-Q11-1' ,l:1111'z11k, Izml liu1'1-1':1k, 'lAl111mz1N l'uNls:11'u11 filbfillhll Ue1rz1111l1'1'. 'flu' Ilflj Ul.v1jl11l,111lH Home Economics Department This year the homemaking department has carried on many activities directly or indirectly contributing to the war effort, under the supervision of their instructor, Miss Florence Strite. One of the main undertakings was the school cafeteria which was in operation from Thanks- giving until liaster. VV ith a goal of improving the health standards of VHS students, a free hot dish was served daily to all students from the kindergarten through senior high school. This was made possible through funds furnished by the federal government and the local Parent-Teachers Association. In addition to the free dish, fruit, sandwiches, and ice cream were sold daily. Mrs. Phyllis Collins was in charge of the cafeteria work under the supervision of Miss Strite. She was assisted by Mrs. Ruth Riley and students from the home economics department. In the early fall the homemaking classes did a considerable amount of canning. Tomatoes, peaches, cucumbers, squash, and other foods donated by members of the community were preserved by the girls and later were used in the cafeteria. Exhibits of some of the canned goods won hon- ors at the Victory Fair conducted in the fall by the F. F. A. students. Later in the year a Red Cross club was formed and the members learned many emergency measures so important in war time. ln the homemaking classes nutrition and personal grooming received especial emphasis. Many of the girls have made clothes for themselves both from new and old material, and in night school the adults learn ed the values of good nutrition and the need for a balanced diet. Tlms throughout the year we find the members doing their bit to win the war and to provide for a sturdier America in the peace that will follow. The Agricultural Department The year I944-45 found the members of the VHS agricultural department also centering their busy program around war activities, directed by Wilbur Farnsworth. Officers chosen included Gordon Ostrander, president, Thomas Puskarenko, vice-presidentg james Walrath, secretary, Louis Richvalsky, treasurer 5 Andrew Sokal, reporter 3 and Chester janc- zuk, sentinel. During September the boys staged their annual Victory Fair at the school. They entered I5 head of young stock in the livestock division, with Hugh VanBenschoten winning the grand cham- pionship award. All students and members of the community were invited to participate in the vegetable, fruit, and canned goods displays, and the extent and quality of the various exhibits showed that Van Hornesville was doing its bit to help out in the nation's food shortage. Andrew Sokal won second place in shop judging at the Herkimer-Montgomery F. F. A. Achievement Day program at Cherry Valley in December, and the VHS judging team placed sec- ond at a black and white dairy show in the fall. Gerald Cook scored first at this event as an individ- ual judge. F. F. A. boys were called upon to aid with fall harvests on a number of occasions and were especially helpful in assisting with the Collins potato crop which netted three thousand bushels. The boys designed and completed a new wooden service scroll for the school's honor roll. Adults in night school studied a I0-week poultry course, followed by 10 meetings devoted to dairying. This group was active throughout the year, staging a dance in November and occasional social events. Of much value to area farmers was a two-week tractor repair course K conducted at the Van Horne shop. Several of the students as well as X f a number of farmers did a complete overhaul job on theirequipment at Nlfx S this time. Later in the year the school shop was open twice a week to VX .S givekmembers of the community an opportunity to do necessary repair -- wor '. XX. X Thus throughout their extensive program, the boys both in and out X of school were "United for Victory." 22 The 19.15 Olsquagan Homemaking Department lm!! In rz51l1f,f1r.vl fum' llull-11 X ElXX'UI'Slil, :Xva ltlllllllll, Kl24ll'f.1llCl'llL' Kloulw, Xllsf 5ll'llk'. llnln-11 -l2llll'Zllli, l'I'ZlIl 5 lllmtlmxxl, llclcu .'xlllllHl'iU, .Shmmlzl wav"-ju:111 Hynvy, l.urc11c lfikcs, Maxine SllUL'lllElliL'I', llillllllla' Klum-. Iilll lnuisc lhllim. llilfllllfil Mlllxmfmml, Hclcu linslmlulq. Ircm- Mlzscymlci. 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OUR THIRTY-THIRD YEAR Manufacturers of Academic Caps, Gowns and Hoods Choir Vestments, Pulpit Gowns and Judicial Robes MLPCARTHY 81 SIMON, INC. 7 West 36th Street, just Off Fifth Avenue New York 18, New York COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND ESSO GASOLINE AND MOTOR OIL COMPLETE GARAGE SERVICE OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION uk H. E. MILLER GARAGE Richfield Spa. 6-F2 Van Hornesville, New York Thr IQ45 OfXl11llIfltllI 27 D. H. Bell LUMBER 1844-1945 'A' Jordanville, New York 'A' Phone 19F2 FOR QUALITY GROCERIES H. E. See 6' COM PA N Y Carlton Pierce Telephone 257 Van Hornesville, New York Richfield Springs, New York Phone 6F5 "B.B." FEEDS FARM MACHINERY 'k CECIL C. 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