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BLUE AND GOLD EVERLASTKNG
SENIOR CLRSS OF 1951
VICTOR CENTRAL SCHOOL
VICTOR , NEW YORK
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WITH INDECASION Amy THE CONFUSION
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ON Oorz SCHOOL, YEARS, we Renxuze
THAT THE HQLD OQQ OQINCAVAL AND
TEALHFQS HAVE GIVEN Us HAS
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TAKE OUR PLACES IN TODAV5 WORLD
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AN IDEAL THEME no SHOWTNG.
DEVELOPNTENT- or erzowm IN ME
QHAQAQTEQ AS BROOGMT ABOUT' BY THE
MOLDED OOQ Cl-IAQACTEQS AND UQE-
SCLHOOL.. EVEQY PHASE CF SCHOOL:
LTFE--- 1-HE TEAC!-REQ, THE ADMnols1124sqn0y,T
OTHEQ Swbemw-5, c1oQQTc,uLAQ STUDIES,
SWOQTS, IVUJSICJ AND W-xwnoos CLQBS--
ALL PLAY THETQ PAQT mx ESUULDINXG
EVEQY 5ToDENT's QHAQAQTEQ,
MIGHT -SALD Af THE GQEAT.
l4oOe OF .SOCIETY IS mJbTJ1buAL C,-HAQAGTEQ.
IT Ts oocz me-4 TO snow THAT Tu-
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ALMA MAT ER L2
UNDER CLASSMEN 5.5
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MR. ALTON B. CORBIT
Dear Mr. Corbit:
Each year you have written a letter to the students for publi-
cation in the Bagel. This year the Bagel staff feels that it
would be appropriate to write you a letter.
These past five years you have worked many long hours for the
students of Victor and have received little recognition from
them for this work. As we become graduates, we realize how
valuable this work has been to us. Your guidance and under-
standing has contributed to the development of our characters
during our school years.
For these reasons, and for many others, the Bagel staff wishes
to dedicate this, the fourth edition of the Bagel, to you as a
means of expressing our appreciation for your work.
The Class of '51
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Viduor, New York
february 12, 1951
The day that this letter is written is in honor of a great American-
Ahraham Lincoln. !ou are all well-versed in his many accomplishments
which have earned for him the esteem in which he is held by every real
American. The story ot his lite, too, is one that tits well the theme
or your yearbook-Architecture in the building or character.
Ot course, the greatest bit or building he eventually did was to keep
this great country of ours united under one governmontg not half slave
and half free. In addition to this, running throughout his lite, are
countless incidents which reflect the character! of the man. For exam-
ple. do you recall the letter he wrote to the woman in Boston who had
lost five sons in the Civil Var! Or, the humility ,of the mah as he
delivered the immortal words of the Gettysburg Address? I like the
following quotation credited to Lincoln: 'It I were to try to read,
much less answer, all the attacks made on me, this shop might as well
be closed for any other business. I do the very beet I know how--the
very best I sang and I aean to keep on doing so until the end. If the
end. brgngs me out wrong, 10 angels evening I was right would make no
It is our tervent hope that your school has been of help in molding
your characters for the 'bettsrg that as you look 'hack on your school
days you may say of them-'They helped make or me a better person.'
The following poem NOBILIT! by Alice Cary, I feel, really sums up
everything we at school would like to say to each and every student
but perhaps have not said adequately in the past:
True worth is in being, not ssemingg
In doing each day that goes by,
Home little good.-not in dreaming
Ot great things to do by and by.
For whatever men say in their blindness,
And in spite of the fancies of youth,
Ther-e's nothing so klngly as kindness,
And nothing so royal as truth.
We cannot make bargains for blisses,
Nor catch them like fishes in nets,
And sometimes the thing our lite misses
Helps more than the thing which it gets.
For good lieth not in pursuing,
Nor gaining or great nor ct smallg
But just in the doing-and doing
As we would be done by, is all.
MR. ALTON B. GORBIT 'uw' B- CW'
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First Row: Mr. Ray Oornford, Olerkg Mr. Thomas Barryg Mr. Ogden Miller, Preg-
i entg Mr. Ralph Hawkins.
Second Row: Mr. Alton Corbit, Principalg Mr. William Burnsg Mr. Brice Bower-
Absent: Mr. John Loveless, Superintendentg Mr. Leslie Hulbert, Treasurer.
The class of 1951 wishes to take this opportunity to
express its appreciation to the members of the Board of Edu-
These men have acted as architects of the Job of build?
ing V1ctor's youth. Many people do not realize that these
men give their time freely to further the development of
We realize their value to our school and community life
and we feel that their interest in our youthful activities
has been most valuable.
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Alton B. Corblt
Eleanor M. Barry
Alice V. Burns
Miss Woods, Miss Mentesano, Mr. Corbit, Mr. Rogers, Mrs. Barry, Miss Blau-
Miss Averill, Miss Tucker, Mrs. Popenhusen, Mrs. Boughton, Mrs. Wood, Mis
Miss Wood, Mr. Palumbo, Mr. Totman, Mr. Rose, Mr. Joseph, Mr. Francello
Mrs. Burns, Mr. Lynaugh, Mr. Adams, Mr. Ransom, Mr. Henehan, Miss Graham
Vice-Principal and Industrial Arts
Languages and English
Secretary to Principal
High School English
Social Studies and English
Junior High Social Studies
Junior High English
Industrial Arts and Driver Training
Boys' Physical Education
High School Mathematics
Girls' Physical Education
Social Studies and Guidance Counselor
Junior High Mathematics
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First Row: Mr. Oorbit, Miss Burnett, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Power, Mrs. Spencer, Misa Bu-
chan, Mrs. Cole.
Second Row: Miss Stier, Miss Mead, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. Engelhardt, Mies Thompson, Miss
Colligan, Miss Condon, Miss B own.
Q, Vera Brown
' Jane Colligan
f Rjuth Cole
f Alice Condon
' Alice Power
1 Edith Buchan
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Second Row: Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Wood.
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There s.re songs of love and duty,
There are songs of war and fame,
But the song that sounds the sweetest
Is of Alma Mate:-'e name.
It brings back scenes forgotten,
While loud our voices ring,
When in honor of our High School,
We all united sing.
O Victor High, we love thee
Our Alma Mater dear,
And we shall ever hold thee
To our affections near.
Thy name, it stands for honor,
For courage, constancy,
To thee, dear Alma Mater,
We pledge cdr loyalty.
Tho' the years bring many chengesg
Duties call us far awayg
New friendships throng arolmd usg
Eyes dim, and locks turn gray,
We never shall forget thee,
Np matter where we roam,
V. C. S. our Alma Mater,
Will be linked with Home Sweet Home.
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iQue learns about women gradual-
Class President lag FFA l,2,3n'+? Pres'
ident 3,1-Lg Intramurals l,2,3,LPZ Citi'
zenship 3,bg Bachelors Club lg Cheer-
leading 2g Sportsmanship 3a
SH ILA CONCANNON
Uwhy should the devil have all the
Student Council 2,3, Secretary 3g Hill-
tcpics 2,33 Class Vice-Pres. bg Band 1,
2,3,Ug Orchestra 2,3,4g Chorus l,2,3,4,
President 3,43 Triple Trio 43 Intra-
murals l,?,3g Citizenship 3,bg Sports-
manship 33 Clara G. Felt Soeaking Con-
test 33 Brass Quartetfl,2.
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ulnm little an m W Se' L She's very cute but not very tall U
terror for my s1ze.H
Bagel 3,45 Typing Ed. 4g Class Treasur-
er 3, Secretary 3 Chorus l,2,3,4S FHA
l,2,3,Ug Intramurals l,2,3,4.
Student Council 35 National Honor So
ciety bg Bagel 2,4g Hilltopics 3
Class Treasurer by Senior Playg FHA
l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4g Citi
zenship 23 Cheerleading 2,3,4.
"Get: thee behind me' Satan!" hgxie igglrixgiliuggfizq one
Chorus l,2,3,LIf- Senior Play' FHA 2 3, Bagel 14. FF-All 2 Q 14. I t
amz gngramurale 1,2,3,1v: Cheerleading 3,55 Trick l,2:'5:5ff spogrgrizgglsgg Bsfz'
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"School ano study may
Joys but' I'o rather be with the
FHA lg Intramurals l,2,3: Cheerleading
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education to have been born and
brought up in the country."
Bagel I-Pg' FFA l,2,3,lbg Intramurals l,2,
3, 3 Sportsmanship 33 Bachelors Club
"No excellent soul is exempt from
a touch of madness.U
Student Council Treasurer 3, Vice-
Pres. by National Honor Society 3,
bg Bagel 3,U, Literary Editor 43 H111-
topics 2,3,b, Editor 33 Class Sec.-
Treas. 1, Vice-Pres. 23 Band 33 Or-
chestra l,2,3,4g Triple Trio 1,2,3,4g
Senior Playg FHA l,2,3,bg Intramurals
l,2,3,4g Citizenship 35 Sportsmanship
3g String Ensemble l,2,3.
"It's nice to be natural when you're
FFA 1,2,3,ug Intramurals 1,2.3,4.
'Dynamite comes in small pack-
National Honor Society 2 3,hg Hilltop-
icg 2 3g Band l,2,3,4g Orchestra l,2,
3,45 Chorus l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,
33 c1r1zensh1p 3,4: Sportsmanship 3:
Flute Trio '57 Woodwind Quintet 2.
"Bob's a star of our basketball
team, when it comes to playing,
he's on the beam."
Intramurals lg Basketball 3,4g Base-
ball l,3,4g Football 3,hg Bachelors
Clug lg Projection Club l,3,Ng Chor-
'A cheery grin, a quick hello,
these things tell why we like Pat
FHA lg Intramurals 1,2,33 Cheerleading
by Library Club 1.
HBecause she never makes s sound,
we hardly know that BeTty's
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BENJAMIN CARPENTER BERNARD CLEARY
nMy idea of an agreeable person 1s 'His autograph may be worth saving,
a person that agrees with me.' aembrant's was.u
Band l,2,3,bg Orchestra My Chorus 1,2: Bagel, Sports Editor bg Senior Play
3,b' Senior Playg FFA 1,2,3,43 Intra' Intramurals lg Basketball 2,3,u: Base
murals 1,2,3z Track 2: BaChe10I"f' Club ball 2,3,L+, Football ug Citizenship 3
and a ready smile
are the best of remed1es.'
UA sweet hello
5?Qrar:,gi264i.. Intramurals 1,2,3,4g
LETS naren't everything---rut they
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Triple Trio 3,45 In-
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FRANK DE RIGHT
'I gm very, fond of the company of
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2 3g Baseball 2,3,M3 Football bg Cit-
izenship Z,U3 Clara G. Felt Speak ng
Contest 2, 3 Boys' Quartet 3,4-
'It matters not how a man dies but
how he l1ves.W
Senlor Playg Intramurals 2,33 Track 3,
4. Kenneth entered VCS in his soph-
'Give this motorist an inch and
he'll take a fender.u
Intramurals l,2,3g Citizenship 23
Bachelors Club 15 Cheerleading 1.
'He was not just a chip off the old
block, but the block 1tse1f.n
Intramurals l,2,35 Baseball 25 Foot-
ball 3,45 Citizenship 1,23 Sports-
manship lg Bachelors Club l,2.
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his fr1end,N ' S vor an
Student Council lg National Honor So-
ciety 2,3,bg Bagel 3,b, Business Man-
ager 43 Class Secretary 25 Senior
Playg FFA 1,23 Citizenship 3.
'The blush is cute but sometimes
National Honor Society 2,3,b' Bagel 3,
u, Editor ug Hllltoplcs 3,bg senior
Play: FHA l,2,3,b' Intramurals l,2,3,
by Sportsmanship 5.
Tops in music, style and sports,
Marjorie leads cheers on the bas-
National Honor Society 45 Bagel 43 Or-
chestra l,2,3,hg Chorus l,2,3,4g Sen-
ior Play, FHA l,2,3,bg Intramurals l,
2,3,Q5 String Ensemble l,2,3, Triple
Trio l,z,5,43 Cheerleading 2,3,b.
'Happy go lucky with hardly a Safe,
coulun't find better anywhere.
Bagel 3,U, Art Editor 45 Hllltooics 3,
43 FHA l,2,3,b, President bg Intra-
murals l,2,3,4g Library Club lg
nS1mpl1c1ty is an exact mecium be-
tween too little or too much.'
Chorus lg FHA l,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,
2,3,43 Library Club lg Art Club l,2.
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UEarb is slim and very tall, she
is liked by one and Pll.N
Bagel 43 Hilltopics 3,4g Band l,2,3,4g
President bg Orchestra 2,3,4, Chorus
l,2,3,U3 Senior Play, Intramurals l,2,
3,43 Citizenship lg Sportsmanship 1.
'Man and beast wall with fright
whenr Chuck'e car comes into
Intramurals lg Basketball 2,3g Bach-
elors Club 1.
nTake life easy, what's the hurry?
Never study: never worry,U
Bagel 43 Senior Playg Intramurals 1.2,
35 Citizenship 43 Sportsmanship 4,
Bachelors Club 1,25 Cheerleading 1,2.
SANDRA MARTIN HELEN MATTHEWS
iltlgafe to wait. 'Shave why I come usober, but not serious.
Hilltopics 3- chorus 3- Intramurals 2 Bf-eel 41 Hlllwpice 3.4: FHA Us Intra-
3. Sandra entered vos in her Sophol HI'-Tale 3,43 LibT'8I'.V Club '+-
NA good book is the best or
friends---the same today and for-
Hllltopics 3,b5 FHA 3,45 Intramurals
3,45 Library Club 3,4.
HSt1l1 waters run deep.U
National Honor Society 45 Senior Play
Committee. Douglas entered VCS in his
WEvery man is more or less mad on
Student Council President 45 Bagel
M5 Intramurals 1,2,35 Citizenship 35
Bachelors Club 1,25 Boys'State 35
'nNever do today what you can put
National Honor Society 3,45 Bagel 2,3,
4, Photography Editor 45 Clase Presi-
dent 33 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Chorus l,2,
3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,U5 Baseball 25
Track 1,2,3,M5 Citizenship 25 Boys
State 35 Photography 2,3,U5 Boys Quar-
WSpeech is great, but silence is
Intramurals 1,25 Track 35 Bachelors
nCheer up, the worst is yet to
Band 4. Paul entered VCS in his Senior
flight. Make the bell
Hilltopics D3 Chorus
murals l,2,3g Cheerle
Forward, oh forward, time on thy
Sdlng 3 yuh
WTQ worry little and study less is
my idea of hapo1ness.u
Don entered VCS in his junior year.
FFA 33 Basketball 3,43 Baseball 3,43
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'Lord! I wonder what fool it was
that first invented study3'
Bagel 3,43 Hilltopics by FHA l,2,3,Ug
Intramurals l,2,3,Ug Library Club lg
Sportsmanship bg Clara G. Felt Speak-
ing Contest 2,4.
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UFate tried to conceal her by
calling her Sm1th.H
Hilltopics 3g Chorus 1 2,3,LP' FHA 1'
2,3,4g Intramurals 1,5,3,uS, Liprary
uBob's like a little book--there's
a lot more inside than you'd judge
by the size of the cover.U
FFA 1,2,3,ug Intramurals 1,2,3,Lng
Track l,2,3,bg Bachelors Club l,2.
DORO THY SWARTZENBERG
WA smile and a word for sll.N
FHA 1,2,3,Hg Intramurals l,2,3,4g Lib-
rary Club 1,25 Citizenship 43 Art Club
wgoberi We question the thought,'
Chorus bg Intramurals 1,2,3,bg Libra-
ry Club 1 .
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MARY ANN TURNER
"With her laughing eyes and happy
smile, she keeps us happy all the
Student Council Ng Class Secretary jg
Band 1,2,3,bg Orchestra l,2,3,Ug Chor-
us 1,2,3,4g Triple Trio by FHA 2g
Intramurals l,2,3g Flute Trio 3,143
Cheerleading 2,33 Woodwind Quintet 2.
Now I lay me down to sleepy the
lecture's dry, and the subject s
Bagel 1-I-g FFA 1,2,3,l3fg Intramurals 1,
Bachelors Club l,2.
'Nancy is full of fun, and mis-
chief, too-doing things she should
Bagel 45 FHA 1,2,3,uj Intramurals 1,2,
3, 3 Library Club 1.
AURELIA VAN LARE
'I hasten to laugh at everything
for fear of being obliged to cry.'
Intramurals l,2,3,bg Library Club
2,3,l-Pg Art club 1,2.
Uwith teachers he would never a- nRuthuB c te d h 1 ltqtl
gregg if they'd recite, why should alwgys t1d?, alggys ieSt?n pp ' 9'
FFA 1,2,3,Ug Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Chorus 15 FHA l,2,3,b- Intramurals 1,
Bachelors Club 1,2.
25 Art Club 1,2. '
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The construction of the Class of
when we broke ground above the Post
1951 began 13 years ago,
Office. The cornerstone
of the Class of '51 was laid in September of 1938 when the
construction of intellect and character commenced. For two
years work progressed in the Post Office building where the
foundation was established. We advanced to the Bank building
where Miss Brown first impressed us with the importance of
manners. in addition to the fundamentals ln read1n', wr1t1n',
and 'r1thmet1c. In third grade we started constructing the
frame in our new school building. Our new cafeteria, gymna-
sium and library helped make this new life adventurescme and
i hoped that this quallty would be
gms: X School. Then Jmnor High round us
Our Freshman year, we were assigned to the study hall
with Miss Mertz, Miss Chambers, and Mr. Gray as foremen. We
elected Lorraine Hulings, Presidentg Bill Garlcck, V1ce-Pres1-
dentg Joyce Boughton, Secretary-Treasurerg David Hawkins, Stu-
dent Council representative. Our activities for the year in-
cluded two after.qanqaa, a tag day, a vaudeville show, roller
skating party, and an 'end-of-school' picnic at the Dunn's
cottage. We finished the year with a treasury of Sl-If3.6l.
The frame was rapidly erected, and we
selves preparing for Junior High School. How
our ability to pass co classes without making
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Our Sophomore year, 55 able teen-agers agaln met in the
X study hall with Miss Mertz and Mr.
Rogers advising us. Our
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Cliffordg and Student Council representative, Sheila Concan-
Our Junior year was our busiest. The construction was
nearing its completion. Our officers this year were Presi-
dent, John Phillipsg Vice-President, Nancy Dunng Secretary,
Mary Ann Turnerg Treasurer, Sally Helmg and Student Council
representative, Ethel Fritz. Our adviser was Mrs. Barry, for-
merly Miss Mertz. We held a Halloween round and square dance.
Later our Junior Prom Ca gay whirl of flowers and musicl,
found us using a punch bowl, a pleasant innovation. From
there we went into a stationery and wrapping paper sale, Fire-
men and Rod and Gun Club dinners, sale of candy and pop, and
another picnic, this time at Garlock's cottage. Our treasury
non. Our activities included a ham raffle, several dinners,
an Easter pageant, and another picnic. We now had 3379.141 in
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Construction commenced on the roof in the fall of 1950.
Officers for the year were President, Vernon Powerg V1ce-Pres-
ident. Sheila Concannong Secretary, Sally Helmg Treasurer,
Ethel Fritz: and Student Council representative, Mary Ann Tur-
ner. Our advisers were Mrs. Barry and Mr. Totman. Activities
for the year included the magazine subscription campaign, our
Senior play, 'Early to Bed-Early to Rise', the Proximity din-
ner, Senior Ball fa snow whirl with another unique addition:
programsjg and the publication of this, V1ctor's fourth year-
After spending five g1OP10uB days ln New York City during ' Av-
Easter Vacation, we began preparing for Moving-Up Day, Class f fN -
Night, and Graduation---the final step in the construction of -
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'Early to Bed--Early to Risen proved to be one cf the best comedies Victor has ever
seen. Every scene was packed with well-placed remarks that never failed to send the audi-
ence into gales of laughter. Abbie Fuller is the well-meaning aunt who tried in vain to
discipline her niece and nephew, Patsy and Bobby Fuller. Bobby is a rather lazy young man
who would much rather tinker around cars and talk with his romance-minded girl friend,
Spanky Minuti. Patsy, a young girl of eleven and an ardent animal lover, adds her bit of
nonsense and common sense to the play.
Marian Fuller is an average young woman completely in love with her boss, Jim Griggs.
However, there is a sweet package of competition in the form of southerner Laura Montgomery
who tries her hardest to win the affections of Mr. Griggs. Patsy, the ever-loving sister
tries a series of clever maneuvers. including winning and selling a beautiful new home, and
finally succeeds in sending Marian into Jimis waiting arms.
Everitt Fuller, the inventor fatner of th1s crazy brood, manages to inject his bit of
nonsense into the dialogue between belligerent attacks of rebellion from their landlord,
Mr. Conkle, over Patsy's petsKV1olet-the skunk and Hamlet-the white rat! donated by the pet
shop owner, Mr. Kirschmeier.
Aobie Fuller ------- J. Boughton
Bobby Fuller-- ------ D. Maltman
Marian Fuller ----- M. Hsrendeen
Everitt Fuller ---- B. Carpenter
Spanky Minuti ------- D. Antonio
Jim Griggs ----------- B. Cleary
Patsy Fuller ---------- E. Fritz
Daisy Fairfax ----- B. Lortscher
Otto Kirschmeier ---- K. Garling
Mr. Gonkle ---------- D. Hawkins
Laura Montgomery--M. Herendeen
First Row: D. Maltman, M. Herendeen , B, Carpenter, J3 Houghton, E. .
Second ROW' B- Cleary, K. Gerling, D. Antonio, M. Herenaeen, B. Lor-
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The Class of '52 had a very success-
ful year with Mr. Rose as our adviser.
We started out the year by winning first
prize in the Halloween window painting
contest for the second consecutive year.
We also sponsored a Halloween Dance which
proved to be a big success.
In October we served a ham dinner
for the firemen. After this we started
selling writing paper which is always an
annual project for the Junior Class. Dur-
ing the basketball season we sold pop and
candy at all the home games.
We held our Junior Prom in May and
we ended a year of profitable and enjoy-
M. L. Anderson, V-Pres.5 C. Barry, Pres.
Clifford, Sec., A. Carlock, S. C. Rep.:
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First Row: Patricia Bowerman, Richard Ryder, Robert McCarthy, Delores Stamp,
V Second Row: Ann Bluhm, Alice Whittaker, Joan Karvar, Beatrice Draper, Joyce
V Rivet, Doris Peglow.
Third Row: Glenn Popenhusen, Lee Semmler, Eugene Moore, Joyce Thiel, Bev-
Fourth Rows Allan Bowerman, James Mead, Raymond Weigert, Fenwick Small, Ron-
ald Gouldriek, Dirk Weigsrt.
1' characters. The class had
Delores Stamp and combined
advisers, Mr. Palumbo and
of a grand group of future
Marian Brake, Jeanette Reubens, James MeKeag.
This Sophomore class held a gala year of original money
making ideas nlus starting the construction of many grand
an able leader in their oresident
with the violent efforts of their
Mr. Ransom, started the building
Their activities included the Cole Circus, which en-
larged their already bountiful treasury, olus a football taH
day and a team of college
acrobetics that presented a Der-
formance that Victor Central will remember for a long time.
mean a great future.
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Schmidt, Audrey Torquato.
Jane Draper. Judy Nolan, Anne Power, Patricia Criss, Rita Swart-
aenberg, Ruth Conover.
Tony Mangiamele, Raymond White, Fay Spencer, Alvira Warters,
Joyce Power, Donald Gourlaq,
Richard Eechler, Marjorie Matthews, Beatrice Schrader, Inman
Wartere, William Bennett, Jack Barry.
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Donald Simonds, Vernon Underhill, Edward Brady, Asenath Payne,
Carol Reeves, Miss Brownlee.
John Gullace, Kathleen Hanlon, Janet Cotton, Gary Mortensen,
Frances Ellis, Carol Czadzeck.
Joan Czadzeck, Anna Garling, Eileen Hall, Nancy Barry, Audrey
Ford, Carolyn Doyle, Daniel Parshall.
Eugene Antonio, Nelson Allen, Eugene Gillis, John Mahoney, Morris
Bowerman, Allan Berndt, Ronald Czadzeck..
James Turner, Charles Matthews, Louise Caloagno, Connie Angelo,
Arthur Lewis, Robert Hendricks, Robert 0'Neil, Ralph Suhr, Robert
MoGerry, James McKee, Donald Turner, Barbara Blazey, Gilbert Ald-
ridge, June Collins, Judy Cotter, Charlene Henehan, Duane Hone-
han, Richard Harder.
We, the Freshman Class, are off to a good start with U5
members. We started thin s off right by selling the most sea-
son tiokets. This put 510 into our treasury. Additional
profits have come from checking coats and sponsoring a Tag Day
for the opening basketball game. We ended the year by staging
an annual Freshman assembly.
Under the advisership of Miss Brownlee we hope to do as
well 'in the future as we have done during our first year of
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Sharleen Years, Doris Button, Sandra Carpenter, Barbara Lu dy,
Janet Harris, Virginia Terwilliger, Lucille Young.
Marcia Petersen, Joan Rivet, Helen Yahn, Alice Weigert, Elizabeth
y11b9am, Mgrig Scgla, Christine Mortensen.
Ross spencer, Frederick Wheeler, John Shoemaker, Carl Terwilli-
ger, Paul Wilson, Kenneth Thompson.
Clarence Rugenstein, Francis Preston, Donald Pegelou, Darvin Peg-
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First Rows C. Militello, R. Matthews, O. Courtney.
Second Row s
Third Row x
Fourth Row x
Fifth Row z
Ozadzeok, F. Rappl, J. Reppl, B. ornek, c. Emez,
lend, R. Militello, J. Snyder, M. Barry.
Peglow, M. Harder,
Allen, D. Bowerman, Mrs. Johnston.
Fritz, S. Walker, S. Garlock, J. Ryan, M. Lewis,
Calcagm, W. Pyreinda, T. Madison.
W. Burns, J. Hunt, M. Stahl, E. Hargrave,
Blood, D. Hunt. D. Rector, T. Twitchell, S. Kohl, A. Phillips,
Matthews, R, Brady, G. Brown, R. Seals..
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First Row: F. Underhill, L. Matthews, N. Rappl, M. Doyle, M. Years, E. Brai- I X
man, G. Warder, C. Brake, R. Redfield, E. Gerling. Q
Second new. D. Rader, R. Buree, s. Pratt, M. Leary, J. Getter, M. A. Loomis, W WX- X
M. Power, H. LaC1are, B. Hall, Miss Tucker. -
Third Row: G. Angelo, J. Carre., J. Carre., G. Piamn, R. Wallace, P. Steffen- ,
hagen, J. Devlin, T. Meaieen, o. Johnson, P. Rebineen. re f
Fourth Rows C. Austin, N. Smith, R. Ott, C. Martin, B. Rugenstein, J. Sutton,
G. Herendeen, F. Yahn, B. O'Dea..
Absent s R. Matthews .
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First Rows C. Golf, J. Barry, B. Matthews, E. Pilbeam, S. Miller, C. Hunt, 1 1
P. Bowerman, J. Fisher.
Second Row: Mr. Henehan, C. Madison, D. Courtney, J. Carr, G. Snyder, D. Wei-
gert, W. Pay-ne, M. J. Whitney, J. Hanlon. I
Third Row: S. Peglow, R. Sutton, R. Wollack, F. Becker, A. Garrett, L. Lea- xv' fm
vett, J. Walker, G. North.
Fourth Row: F. Mangiamele, M. McGarry, A. Pimm, J. Searjeant, R. Robinson, L.
Blood, J. Rhodes, H. Sadler, M. Brown.
Absent: A. Strasener, E. Coon, R. Gillis.
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First How: J. Sirertzenberg, M. Clifford, R. Power, R. Anderson, D. Ander-
son, G. Cody, R. Baleno, H. Maltman, H. Miller, N. Smith,
Second Row: P. Mortensen, E. Orlick, R. Herendoon, R. Whittaker, N. Gentle,
B. Peglow, N. Fitchlee, S. Czadzeck, C. Dennis.
Third Rows Misa Wood, C. Bowerman, J. Popenhusen, G. Stahl, E. Calhoun,
Lortscher, W. Elliot, E. Bittner, R. Thompson, R. La01are.
Fourth Row: P. Barnes, J. Strassner, D. Zuhledorf, W. Bennett, B. Rybke,
Reynolds, M. Van0rman, J. Conover, D. Molieeg.
Absent: A. Benedict, L. Nerber.
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First Row: R. Tay, L. Suhr, D. Brake, M. Brake, F. Doyle, A. Cardulla, J.
Gardner, L. Sleight.
Second Row: Mrs. Anderson, A. Cardulla, L. Bauer, K. Winkler, T. Becker, R.
Rader, A. Boughton, F. Trenchsrd.
Third Row: L. Gullace, A. Tim , A. Bennett, N, Jabaut, H. lrady, M. Gentle,
J. Burns, H. Hess.
Fourth Row: N. Hill, E. Morsck, J. Webster, R. Tuttle, Y. Johnson, S. Smith,
P. Habecker, E. Strassner.
Absent: R. Benedict, G. Rugenstein, M. Mead.
First Row: B. Elliot, D. Czadzeck, R. Wood, G. Herendeen, H. Broderick, M.
Lucey, A. Rogers.
Second Row: P. Scala, A. Wager, J. Beard, J. Gernon, S. Criss, F. Courtney, A.
Mangiamele, Mrs. Engelhardt.
Third Row: C. S ith, J. Jabaut, E. Padgham, G. Hill, E. Devlin, L. Jacobson,
P. Van Lare.
Fourth Row: R. Kratzenberg, R. Smith, K. Rodas, L. Johnson, J. Petersen, I.
Madidnn. P. Wheeler, S. Cotton.
Absent: B. Clark, B. Simonds, D. Mac Kerchar.
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1rst Row: M Ewan, H Peglow, B Paz-shall, G Brake, J Stanley, E Tobey
Second Row G Turner, G Barry, M Fitchlee, P Jacobson, R Hall, W Doyle,
Thlrd Row J Ott, G Preston, A O'Brien, S Busby, C Hulbert, E Pimm
Fourth Row J Mclieag, E. Shoots, B Bauer, T Sutton, J Matthews, A Web
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First Rows W. Cody, S. Orliok, B. Schrader, H. Loss, G. Clifford, M. L. Gar-
dulla, D. Tay, J. 0'Neil, J. Rose.
Second Row: Mrs. Power, F. Sage, D. Oorbit, L. Pegslow, P. Shoots, R. Watson,
V. Green, R. Padgham, S. Vogt.
Third Rows S. Halbecker, D. Henshan, P. Harder, M. Ivnauga, S. Fitchlee, J.
English, R. Rodas, G. Bezmett, J. Keefe.
Fourth Row: L. R. Briggs, R. Hess, D. Oiierkirk, K. Lutweiller, B. Hawes, L.
Saxman, J. Gouldrick, YI. 'hzrner, J. Coon.
First Row: F. Calhoun, J. Marlin, M. Morrissey, J. Lytle, F. Trenchard, J.
Stahl, J. Rappl, D. Fritz, B. Blazey, L. Fisher.
Second Rows O. Burns, F. Hauer, R. Miller, A. Strassner, B. Czadzeck, D. Bus-
by, M. L. Kraai, S. Garrett.
Third Row: Miss Stier, N. Peck, P. 0'Brien, G. Austin, M. Weigert, M.
Matthews, O. Rodas, M. Lyons, 3. Anderson. ,
Fourth Row: C. Strassner, R. Ryan, R. Wolack, B. Gard, D. Hacker, M. King, E.
Sadler, N. Romeiser, R. Johnson.
Absentl B. Losaw, J. Swartzenberg, G. Rugenstein.
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First Row: Mrs. Cole, P.- Maier, R. Perry, O.
Droney, H. Jolliff, E. Hess.
Va.nDamme, E. Day, J. Brake, M.
Second Row: D. Fisher, N. Smidt, R. Courtney, E. Schwab, J. Cowels, J. Ruse, 3 5
E. Willie, L. Bowerman, R. Goers.
Third Row: J. Kaiser, C. Goons, M. Jacobson, W. Crudele, W. Pusey, D. Ott,
E. Maltman, G. Becker, 5. Millham, B. Gillis. '
Fourth Row: D. Card, A. Grybauekae, F. Conover, D. Webster, R. Kratzenberg,
D. Dunn, S. Tourje, S. Simonds, R. Rader.
Absent: I-1. Barry, J. I-cGleJL1and, E. Brooks, R. I-icKee.
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Fourth Row :
Miss Condon, R. Satterlee, D. Gzadzeck, D. Jenson, J. Mangiamele,
D. Rader, C. Wiley, P. Brownell, R. Wilson.
J. Turner, P. Sage, D. Brovm, D. Garlock, B. Bennett, D. Bennett
J. Cardulla., D. Devlin, J. Howland, C. Peglow.
D. Bennett, D. Gentle, D. Small, D. Tobey, P. Peck, A. Larrabee
R. Metcalf, L. Garlock, S. Segbers, R. Harloff.
D, Witter, J. Katkamier, J. Allen, D. Madison, G. Smith, E. Kev
eny, P. Hartz, I. Blood, O. Sherman, C. Phillips.
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D. Stahl, P. 4O'Beirne, V. North.
Second How: M. Burns, J. Extone, P. Ryan, K. Phippen, J, Pugey, M, V081-H M.
Wells, K. Peglow.
Third Row: E. Fitchlee, R. Berndt, D. Robins, S. Smith, D. Lovejoy, 14, Tom-...
je, J. Fisher, H. English, Miss Brown.
Fourth Row: G. Tischer, C. McGhen, J. Goode, D. Fritz, M. Kneale, T.'Carli11
M. Holloway, G. Keyes. '
Absent: J. McClelland.
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First Row: J. Ryan, E. Heder, S. Gullace, J. Nickel, J. Cody, W. Brake, D.
Oardulla, D. Wood, B. Doyle, G. Lord.
Second Row: R. Brooks, D. Hulings, M. Sell, E. Leary, R. Granger, E-
Crudele, T. Whitney, J. Sexstone, C. Colvin.
Third Row: B. Suhr, P. Morrissey, S., Burse, G. Crippin, D.. Gentle, D
Rogers, R. Kaiser, B. Sadler, S. Reese.
Fourth Row: Miss Colligsn, G. Aldridge, H. Lytle, G. Metcalf, G. Criss, R
Czadzeck, J. Devlin, R. Gard, T. McMahon, D. Rhode.
First Row: M. L. Peglow, E. Wood, J. Leary, H. Lee.vitt,'K. Underhill, S
Exton, Miss Gufari.
Second Rowx A. Newman, T. Briggs, A. Calhoun, N. Fitchlee, J. Bauer, R.
DaBeer, S. Burger.
Third Row: P. McGha.n, L. Aldridge, C.Wi1son, B. Romeiser, T. Jebaut, J.
Fourth Row: D. Fisher, D. Green, E. Halloway, D. Fitchlee, J. Hunt, J. Sher-
ms.n,' P. Smith.
Absent: G. Soule, C. A. Busby.
First Row: D. Becker, P. Bissell, T. Reese, D. Brake, G. Rodas, R. Gullace,
Second Rows R. Maltman, W. Ryan, D. Harris, J. Seals, W. Martin, G. Matthews.,
Third Roux M. 0'Brien, E. McCarty,, C. Scala., E. Green, K. Northrup, M. Hul-
bert, B. Ferguson.
Fourth Row: S. Van Ge1der,.T. Gentle, K. Vogt, F. Grant, S. Pitts, A. Turner.
Absent: N. Brown, J. Snith
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First Row: J. Nickel, C. Reed, J'. Henehan, J. Moon, S. Granger, Miss Thomp-
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ji- -1 - Second Row: R. Martz, L. Watson, C. Rader, K. Buck, B. Fra.n.k, L. Wright.
Third .Rowz G. Rader, R. Keefe, D. Smith, M. Oderkirk, J. Lewis, .B. Fisher.
Fourth Row: D. Kratzenberg, G. Muchard, K. Kaveny, G. Barry, J. Oapron, R.
Rugenste in, B . Winkler.
Absent: J. Barry, G. Houghton, N. Matthews.
pn-ff, R... U. Williams, s. Gunner, B. Bows, 0. Thompson. E- BOW'-
sooond Ron G. oloon-ur, J, hrhueiller, M. Bows, J. Williams, R. Maier, R.
Mylge, Mrs. Wilkinson.
Third Rom B. Lerrabee, R. Coon, G. Johnson, D. Coon, R. Johnson, N. Horan-
dean, D, Nolan, M. L. Smith, E. Bauer, S. Herendeen.
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L. Northem. 'A ,-
Second Rows A. Gardner, D. Calhoun, P. Green, J. Gemon, D. Benson, P. Eng-
lish, L. Suhr, C. Shoemaker.
Row: D. Vandenburgh, P. Bennett, C. 0'Niel, D. Shoots, S. Cody, K.
Fisher, E. Ellis, H. Kraii.
Fourth Row: J. .Webster-, G. Gutberlet, D. Phillips, M. Kaiser, J. Wiley, O.
Absent: G. Conover.
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Henry, ruse Burnett.
F. Schrader, A. Morrissey, D. Lovejoy, N. Aldrich, C. Shoemaker,
B. Burns, B. Howland.
S. Robbins, A. Gouldrick, M. Crane, B. DeLong, M. Capron, A. Hen-
dricks, P. Brownell, M. Allen.
B. Garratt, D. Tx-aber, B. Marlin, J. Garvey, J. Ludwig, B.
McClelland. M. O'Beirne. M. Ryan.
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First Row: D. Hawkins, D. Paparons, J. Boughton, M.L. Anderson, M. Hsren-
deen, S. Helm, S. Hu t, B. Cleary, Mrs. Berry.
Second Rowx M. Turner, P. Clifford, A. Herendeen, H. Matthews, S. Martin, N,
Valley, E. Fritz, N. Stomp, M. Herendeen, J. Bradman.
- Third Rows M. Ryan, D. R bke, S. Clover, B. Lortscher, R. Gillis, D. Malt-
man, B. Hall, A. Rothwell, C. Barry.
Absent: J. Phillips, T. Turner, R. Berndt, J. Garlocka
Ed1tor....... .....M. Herendeen
Once again after many busy hours AFB 't' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'M' L' Anderson
this group has produced an annual to be Busy M9-T' ' ' ' ' ' ' "D' Hawx HH
kept in order to bring back memories in A39 t' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'C' Barry
years to come. Literary Ed... ....J. Boughton
Ass't..... .... . .... ..... ....P. Clifford
We would like to express thanks to
Mrs. Barry for her tireless aid. Wlth-
out a capable foreman such an enterprise
as this could not be successfully car-
ried out, we realize.
Here is a short poem that explains
some of the ingredients that are poured
into the mold of a book like this:
Innumerable hours of hard work,
One bushel of worries,
Ten quarts of frayed nerves,
A generous amount of fun and laughter.
Adviser..... ......Mrs. Barry
Cover by.... ....Sh1rley Hunt
N. Stemp, N. Valley, S. Coneannon
Photo. Ed....................J. Phillips
Ass't ...... ... ..... J. Garlock
Staff ........ ...M. Herendeen
Sports Ed .... .... B. Cleary
Typing Ed .... ....... S. Helm
Ass't ................... ...A. Herendeen
S. Clover, H. Matthews
Art Ed ......... .... .... ...... .... S. Hunt
Ass't ...... .......... ........ A. Rothwell
Staff ...... ....................E. Fritz,
D. Rybke, T.Turner, M.Turner, S. Martin
Ad. Ed........ ..... ..........D. Paparone
Ass't........... .... . .... ........B. Hall
Staff............ .... .........B. Gillis,
B. Lortscher, D. Maltman, B. Berndt
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First Row: B. Lortscher, M. Herendeen, Mrs. Burns, K. Hanlon, E. Hawhins, M.
Scala, G. Mortensen, J. Cotton, S. Carpenter
Second Rows E. Hall, M.L. Anderson, N. Pratt, J. Matthews, F. Ellis, L. Oalcag-
no, J. Karvar, O. Angelo, M. Peterson, S. Braiman
Third Rows J. Boughton, P. Clifford, A. Herendeen, M. Turner, R. Conover, N.
Stomp, H. Matthews, J. Nolan, P. Criss, M. Suhr 5
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The Hilltopios staff is responsible for the' school newspaper and school
news in the Victor Herald. For the first time, the Hilltopics was printed com-
mercially. The result was a much more readable paper and one of which Victor
Central was very proud. Publications come out every ten weeks and include im-
portant and interesting news around school, Two delegates were sent to the
Syracuse Press Conference in Ootober.
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First, Row: Mr. Gorbit, D. Paparone, J. Boughton, Mr. Rogers.
Second Row: F. Tischer, R. Smith, A. Garlock, F. Underhill, R. McCarthy, C.
Bowerman, M. A. Turner.
Absent: V. Underhill
The Student Council is a valuable worker in this construction.
Working as a unit, it ls the Counci1's duty to supervise the smooth op-
eration of actual school life. By giving movies and sponsoring a dance
and dinner, the organization is able to finance assemblies and other
items not included in the school budget. Victor is cooperating in an
effort to form a County Student Council. Moet activities in the school
must bear the Counc1l's stamp of approval before being held.
Officers for 1950-51 are:
President... ..... . ...Dominic Paparone
Vice-Pres1dent.... ....Joyce Boughton
Secretary. ...... ..... .Robert Smith
Treasurer.. .... ...Francis Tlscher
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First Row: J. Braiman, M. Herendeen, E. Fritz, D. Hawkins, D. Orlick, J.
Phillips, M. Herendeen, J. Boughton.
Second Row: S. Braiman, A. Bluhm, C. Barry, A. Bowerman, A. Rothwell, E.
Hawkins, Mrs. Burns.
tional Honor Society possess leadership,
scholarship, service, and character qualities. They have maintained
1 rd In its fourth year,
over 855 in their high school scholast c reco .
this organization has fourteen members. 151 of the Senior Class is
represented, 105 of the Junior Class, and 51 of the Sophomore Class.
The members of the
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Second Row: E. Simonds, D. Rugg, G. Popenhusen, N. Allen, F. Spencer, D, Ggurj-atv, K. Thgmpson
R. Boughton. '
Third Row: A. Bowerman, G. Aldridge, C. Matthews, B. Carpenter, H. Kesel, R. Barry, T. Turner,
R. Ifiechler, I. Warters.
This year the Future Farmers of America participated in various activities. Two
members attended Camp-Oswegotchie last summer, and all of the boys of the F.F.A.
spent an enjoyable day at the State Fair in Syracuse.
For the fourth consecutive year, the F.F.A. and the F.H.A. co-sponsored the
school fair, which was held for two days. The boys of the F.F.A. also participated in
the Ontario County Fair.
The F.H.A. served the F.F.A. boys at the annual Parent a Son Banquet, March 19,
which brought their year to its successful conclusion.
The officers thls year were:
President Vernon Power A
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First ROW! D. Peglow, M. Herendeen, M. Brake, M. Suhr, A. Torquato, M. Herendeen, H. Yahn J.
Nesbitt, J. Bougheon. '
Second Row. A. Whittaker, S. Years, D., Swartzenberg, S. Hunt, S. Helm E. Fritz P Bowermgm
N. Stemp, Miss Woods. ' ' ' '
Thlrd POW: Q. Collins, J. Smith, R. You g, L. Klem, D. Antonio, A. Herendeen, M. L. Anderson,
Fourth Row: 3. F01-d,.J. Nolan, N. Valley, M, Ryan, H. Matthews, D. Stamp, D. Rybke, M. Turner,
. Collins, J. Power, C. Ange1owJ. Matthews. 1 X ,fn
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The Future Homemakers of America finally realized a dream that had been very
distant in the last few years. The members have finally acquired jackets in red and
white, the national F.H.A. colors.
Shirley Hunt, the organization president, gamely led the members through the two
days of the school fair, whose success can be attributed to the hard work and com-
bined efforts of the F.H.A. girls and also, Miss Woods, their adviser. The group
sponsored a play-day and a dance in the Spring. The play-day brought many girls from
other F.H.A. organizations, and helped everyone realize the need for understanding
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The projection club is a
very valuable school service.
The members operate the pro-
jection machines for high
school and grade movies during
school hours. They also take
care of- the evening movies
sponsored by the various
classes and organizations as
money-raising projects, during
first How: Hr. Ransom, F. Small, G Popennusen, J Weld, Benne L,
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consists of high school
girls interested in the
management and operation
of the library. Among
tha g1rl's duties are:
supervising the highi
school and grade library,
shelves, stamping books
going out, and putting
cards in the books that
come in during the day.
Aurelia VanLare is presi-
dent and Beatrice Schra-
der is the v1ce-presi-
First Row: Miss Averillf A. Payne, M. Peteison, J Cotton, VanLare, J
Karvar, C. Mortensen, H. Barry
Second Row: Miss Blauvelt, J. Collins, R Swa tzenberg, 1 Ueigert,
Matthews, H. Matthews, A. Ford, n Years, I Sea a
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First Row: 3. iunt, 1. Stemp, 1. gerendeen, C. Barry.
Jeconi Row: R. Smith, R. Earry, Mr. Rogers, D. Rybke, D. Maltman.
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The sportsmansnlp commit-
tee was selected by the facul-
ty on the basis of character,
dependability and sportsman-
ship. They number eight in all
and help promote sportsmanship
at the basketball games by pa-
trolling the sidelines, find-
ing seats for bystanders, and
keeping order in the entire
gym. Victor hopes to add the
well earned Sportsmanship ban-
ner to their gym walls some
day and with the cooperation
of the students and the com-
mittee, it may one day be
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The citizenship pro-
gram in Victor has been
very popular for the last
few years. However, Mr.
Rogers, their adviser,
believes that the need
for such a committee will
be needless in a very few
years. There are sixteen
members all picked for
their dependability and
character. They keep
control during classes,
inspect the room slips,
and check congestion in
the halls during class
changes. The committee
also acts as hosts and
hostesses for VIBIUOPB
and guests at the school.
They have been doing a
fine Job and have helped
Victor Central become a
more orderlv school.
First Row: J. Eraiman, S. Concannon, Mr. Rogers, A. Herendeen, D. Swart-
zenberg, E. Hawkins.
Second Row: J. Garlock, L. Semmler, E. Moore, V. Power, D. Maltman.
Third Row: F. Tischer, R. Bardu , R. Eowe, D. Weipert.
me . is tes
First Row: J. Braiman, M. Loomis, P. Wilson, F. DeRight, M. Leary, G.
Pimm, D. Pegelow, J. Popenhusen, B. Lortscher.
Second Row: S. Glover, J. Thiel, P. Griss, G. Smith, B. Peglow, D. Page-
low, F. Small.
Third Row: A. Whittaker, S. Braiman, O. Ernst, S. Pratt, P. Porter, F.
Wheeler, R. Boughton. G. Popenhusen, S. Ooncannon.
Fourth Row: J. Harris, J. Carre. 0. Bowerman, J.Mead, Mr. Adambn R- Smith:
O. Reeves, E. Braiman, N. Barry, R. Gillis, B. Carpenter, K.
Hanlon, E. Morack, E. Peglow, E. Matthews, J. Phillips, H. Ke-
'Strike up the bandl' This musical organization is composed of 45 members
and is under the direction of Floyd S. Adams. The opening concert of the season
was presented at the School Fair. We also provided the music for the local Hal-
We presented a short program for PTA in January.
Delegates to Medina All-State Band were Marie Leary, Sylvia Clover, Joyce
Thiel, John Phillips, and Bennie Carpenter.
We again played at the Rushville festival and at the State Contest in Can-
Our big finale was at the Spring Concert where a grand performance was
heard by many music lovers.
And so--the curtain falls!
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,First Row: P. Wheeler.
Second Row: J. Boughton, K. Hanlon, M. Herendeen, S. Clover, J. Thiel, M.
A. Turner, M. Loomis, C. Colf, S. Years.
Third Row: A. Phillips, S. Carpenter.
Fourth Row: D. Peglow, P. Bowerman, C. Reeves, R. Gillis, S. Concannon, G.
Popenhusen, B. Lortscher, J.Popenhusen, M. Leary, F. DeRight,
E. Pilbsam, M. Scala, J. Hanlon.
Fifth Row: J. Braiman, J. Phillips, Mr. Adams.
To the strains of nThe Tower Princen, WShepherd King Overtureu, WThe Man I
Loveu, and several other tunes, the VCS orchestra Ublew and bowedn through the
school year. They played for the PTA, Middlesex Valley Central School, and the
community at the Annual Spring Concert and the Fall Concert. Of course, the
organization attended the State Music Contest at Canandaigua and the Festival at
Joyce Houghton, Sandra Carpenter, Marjorie Herendeen, Arlene Phillips, and
Mary Ann Turner, participated in the Medina All-State Sectional Orchestra in
The orchestra is composed of thirty musicians, who practice every Wednes-
day under the direction of Floyd S. Adams. Officers are:
The mixed chorus is
composed of forty se-
lected students, sing-
ing under the direction
of Miss Graham. This
group sang at the Fall
concert, All-State Mu-
sic Festival at Canan-
daigua, and the Music
Festival at Rushville.
Officers for the year
Pres: S. Goncannon
V-Pres: J. McKeag
Sec: A. Hotnwell
First Row: A. Garlock, J. Braiman, S. Braiman, S. Carpenter, K. Han-
lon, E. Herendeen, H. L. Anderson, S. Helm, R. Smith, Kiss
Second Row: M. A. Turner, J. Boughton, A. Torquato, S. Concannon, L.
Petersen, B. Cotter, P. Bowerman, E. Pilbeam, R. Eraxe.
Pnird Row: F. DeRight, P. Wilson, R. Gillis, A. Rothwell, B. Lortech-
er, G. Popenhusen, F. Small.
Fourth Row: J. Mead, S. Clover, H. Kesel, J. HcKeag, R. Ryder, E. Car-
penter, J. Phillips, J. Zhiel
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Second Row: S. Carpenter, E. Pilbeam, M. Petersen, A. Payne, J-
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The Triple Trio is an or-
ganization of nine girls, who
meet once a week 'unaer the
direction of Miss Graham, to
prepare music for festivals
and entertainment. Places
where they have sung this year
include the Fall Concert, PTA
program, 'Sunrise Service' at
Farmington Friends Church,
Hushville assembly, Rushville
Music Festival, State Music
Festival, Spring Concert, and
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First Row: D.'Peg1ow, M. Herendeen, J. Boughton, -5. Concannon. 'iff
Second Row: A. Rothwell, M. L. Anderson, M. A. Tumer, B. Cotter, X 'N
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in V.C.S., the
has been uite
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active. They have sung at the
bly, Rushvllle Music Festival,
'Sunrise Servicen at the Farm-
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Concert, State Music Festival,
and over station W.G.V.A. in
First Row: Miss Graham.
Second Row: F. DeRight, R. Smith, J. Phillips, R. Ryder.
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First Row: D. Pegelow, W. Bennett, R. Brake, J. Angelo, G. Antonio, D. Pegelcw.
Second Row: Coach Lynaugh, F. Underhill, B. Cleary, D. Weigert, L. Semmler, D.
MnKeag, M. VanOrman.
With a brand new team, brand new uniforms, and a brand new coach, .the cagers from
V.C.S. set out to get some seasoning and concentrate on the years ahead for their champ-
ionship teams. Quite to the contrary, the ensuing season found them one of the league
terrors, and most teams discovered this 'young bunch of kidsn had the scoring punch to
match any. The end of the first half of the season found them third in offensive scoring,
but far down in the won and lost column. However, the second half found them a far dif-
ferent team, and the only game they lost was a double overtime thriller, to Naples, which
was instrumental in deciding the Class 'BW title.
Because they did not win the championship does not mean they had a bad season, for
they shared second place in the standings with Gorham and Red Jacket, with a league record
of eleven won and five lost. The outstanding players of the team were the Pegelow twins,
Don and Darvin, who controlled the boards and poured in the points for Coach Lynaugh's
Shotsmiths. The youth of the team makes them one of next year's best bets for the league
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38 Rushville 58 141+ Rushville 57
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First Row: R. Gouldrick, A. Garlock, L. Semmler, T. Hangiamele, J. Garlock, D.
Weigert, J. Gullace.
Second Row: Coach Palumbo, D. Gourlay, R. Mechler, B. Hall, E. Simonds, I. Warters,
J. Mahoney, D. Turner.
Third Row: D. Rector, J. Cotter.
Under Coach Palumbo's leadership,
another group of basketball players were
launched unon their high school career.
Most of these boys were Freshmen and
Souhomores with a few Juniors, for the
Junior Varsity is where the boys get
This season showed a mediocre eight
won and eight lost record, but the hori-
zon looks brighter with many promising
nlayers coming along next ycar.
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First Rows V. Underhill, R. Mechler, L. Semmler, nThumper'-Mascot, T. Mangiamele,
G. Antonio, D. Parshall, J. Angelo.
Second Row: B. Burns, F. DeRigh'b, J. Mead, D. Bardun, B. Lynaugh-Asst. Coach,
k C. Palumbo-Head Coach, B. Bennett, J. Barry, B. Garlock, W. Bennett.
Third Row: R. Brady, D. Pegelow, F. Tieoher, F. Preston, J. McKeag, B. Brake,
B. Barry, B. Cleary, D. Pegelow, D. Turner.
With a season of moral victories behind him, Coach Carl Palumbo started this year wlth
a young team. Youth dld not dominate the team, though, and enough gridiron experience re-
turned from last year to finish in a tie for league laurels with Red Jacket Central, who
also had a three win, one loss record.
Victor suffered its loss on opening day to Clifton Springs, a loss which may be at-
tributed to inexperience. The next three games went in V1ctor's favor and we were 'In like
In one other non-league contest, we topped Union Springs which had been rated as one
of the best six-man fpotball teams in the area.
Scoring leaders on the team were closely grouped. Joe Angelo and Gene Antonio in the
backfield, Francis Tischer and Jim McKeag on the line garnered about-6 or 7 TD's each. Joe
Angelo led the field in yards gained rushing when he carried the ball 30 times for U15
yards. Gene Antonio placed in the standings by carrying the ball 260 yards in 39 tries.
As,a team the Blue Devils completed 20 passes in bl attempts. Jack Barry and Bob
Brake carried the blunt of this job from the quarterback spot.
25 Clifton Springs 12 A
16 Honeoye 25
6 Red Jacket 18
6 Nanles' 46
26 ,Union Springs' 37
22 Phelps 45
nrst Hows F. Tischer, B. Garlock, J. McKeag
Second Row: J. Angelo, G. Antonio, B. Brake
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First Row: L. Semmler, G. Gourlay, J. Antonio, B. Bowe, G. Fritz, B. Folkins.
Second Row: Coach Henehan, K. Weigert, D. Rector, J. McKeag, B. Brake, O. Lehw
man, R. Gouldriok, F. Tincher, F. DeRight, B. Cleary.
With his team run-
ning hot and cold,
Coach Walt Henehan's
charges finished the
1950 season with a four
won and four lost
record. The Drincinal
pitcnlng chores were
handled by Bob Folkihs,
who posted an even rec-
ord of three wins and
Bob Brake led the
team in batting with s
.321 average, and Gene
Fritz and Gordon Gour-
lay formed an outstand-
ing keystone combina-
Although he lost
six seniors, Coach
Henehan is exnectinz s
successful season from
his 1951 team.
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unable to qualify anyone for the sectional meet. qlth a strong aggregagionprggurnigg
igrtlig-383951 season, the boys once more have hopes of their team having much section-
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First Row: L. Semmler, B. Brake, Mr. Palumbo, G. Antonio, D. Parahalls
Second Row: J. Barry, D. Pegelow, J. MoKeag, D. Pegelow, B. Garlock.
The Varsity Club was or-
ganized three years ago by Mr.
Palumbo and it is composed of
members of the various teams
of Victor Central. The presi-
dent of the club is Jack Barry
and the vice-president is Bill
These boys sold socks,
sneaks, and T-shirts to raise
money for club Jackets. Mr.
Palumbo, in the role of advis-
or, helps the boys immeasurab-
ly, as they strive to better
the sportsmanship of Viotor's
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L. to R.: E. Hall, K. Hanlon, O. Angelo, P. Bfoderick, 0. Reeves, J. Cotton.
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First Row: A. Garling, C. Reeves, K. Hanlon, M. Scala, F. Ellis, C. Morten-
sen, E. Hall, J. Draper, H. Yahn.
J. Rivet, A. Ford, J. Cotton, M. Petersen, A. Payne, Ea Pilbeam,
J. Collins, R. Swartzenberg, Miss Zavatone.
B. Lu dy, D. Button, B. Draper, J. Rivet, S. Years, S. Carpenter,
Mrs. Popenhusen, C. Angelo, J. Nolan.
A. Weigert, L. Young, G. Gzadzeck, J. Ozadzeck, M. Matthews, M.
Brake, A. Whittaker. P. Bowerman. S. Braiman-
First Row: J. Nesbitt, M.L. Anderson, M. Turner, P. Clifford, R. Conover, M.
Ryan, A. Herendeen.
Second Rows J. Karvar, A. Vanlare, S. Hunt, M. Herendeen, B. Lortscher, J.
Third Row: D. Antonio, I-LL. Putnam. A. Rothwell, S. Clover, Mrs. Popenhueen,
H. Matthews, J. Matthews, Miss Zavatone.
Fourth Row: S. Helm, N. Valley, E. Fritz, D. Swartzenberg, B. Collins, H.
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The girls' intramural
program has broadened
each year, until every
Wednesday afternoon we
find girls playing one
of the numerous girls
sports. Basketball is
the principal sport dur-
ing the winter and also
is the most popular with
the girls. Volleyball
and floatball are played
on rainy afternoons. In
spring and fall soccer
is played alternately
with baseball. Occa-
sional swim trips are
taken during the fall
and spring to a Roches-
ter pool. Playdays, in
which intermural sports
are played with other
schools, have been held
a few times during the
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