Mary W Muldoon Junior High School - Carcajou Yearbook (Waverly, NY)

 - Class of 1952

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Tim O' H-ien Yearbook Staff 1 ' -'T 77777, . Admzhzlvimizbn fi . X Q Anna Welle Lindus L. Caulum J Secretary Principal , y B ,W 1 ' :J '-WH AA 5 , g x h LV fi Q X gg-fijf AM f V ' 1' X , ,J , v, 0 - o , 2 x L as 06 L to B. W Huntzingor J. Huntzinger, P. Tubbs p , . ff? M. 65920 W kj? . S r Don W. McClelland Superintendent Board or Education Standing fL.-R.J- H. Smith KAttorneyJ, L. H. Conlon, F. A. Bush, H. F. Masteller, and D. H. Tracy. Sitting CL.-R.J- W. A. Douglas L. W. Tighe-CPres1dentJ, D. Parmetter and n. w. MoCf'Le11and. 3 Y George Beers Mar Edmu d B ,ke yrose England n '1 Mathematics Home Economics English I Frank Giohocki Terry Aldrich J hn D Social studies Art guidagff Margaret Cummings James Johnson Ellen calnne Science Band English 1+ Alvera Owen Vocal Music Robert England Jeannette Herrman Social Studies Librarian, English Harold Grinnell Fred Tuth111 Mathematics, Business Agriculture Robert Hicks Industrial Arts Genevieve Shamot Adelaide Mirler An M 1 English Social Studies Mgzheltgz 125 5 Hilda Reed Richard Phelan Eleanor Sneddon Mathematics Social Studies Algebra, Latin Jo s eph Robinson Nanggaiignolds Harold Youci e Reading: Health Physical Eaication orchestra Francis Toomey Laverne Zimmer Health, Noggfeggglef English Physical Eduvation 6 NINTH Grade Ufhbery Charles Randall President Jo-anne Pedulla Vice-President if ' 5 PM K5 at Gerianne Compton Robert Halton Secretary Treasurer 7 5 Ellen Brown Ernest Betoke Emma Angell Robert Brogan Roxanna Angelo Ti. -Y . 5:42 EZ fx Norman Andrus 8 -f Thresa Belle Dorothy Barton Alan Clark igl Joyce Collins Robert Clark iw X1 b Xfff! ,,- , -,.'3'- W- Z QTY- ' '3iiS3 ' 1.1 it Xfg If gn :F ' " fl - , fi if a C A' r ef Alan Draper .Qi, Patricia Fitzgerald A John Compton Loretta Dean Eugene Buck 9 william Dun!-ee a Ch8I'10tt9 FI'18b18 Frank English 5, 5 .Q , Q ' W 4 ls an 'fav f can N . e" 3 Louise Gallo' 62- Joyce rriabie R3-Ohard Femquist Doris Foreman Harry Eisenhart 10 Richard Frisble K Shirley Fuller Jack GI'1PP1f1 XSXN 6 2 - , Ex I in fN A fiiis W ' A , 11 v ii Alg fm X ! ' D Lorraine Gray ' Phyllis Garfield Janie ounaerman David Gibbs Cleda Griswold 11 Robert Hagerman Joyos Hobson w1111s.m Hotchkiss - 295 0 S45 1 3.5957 iD Douglas Hammond Maris Hedrick x , ,, Terrence Nailen . Sandra Nusbaum Larry Abram' 12 ,, ...sr - Timothy Omrien A Rosalie O'Conne11 Joseph oproolo 6 'fgfu ra XXI: H I S my ,ff 55 ig XV K iff I 3 Henry MoGruder - Robert Miller in A '3- . ki .S . fav Ea JOB-H QBWBJ-V ' I-Iarlin McEwen Jean Parr 13 John Myer Carole Moore John Mcdormiok Y . x il Q .. X Etuon' if iii 5 Q 'bi Kenneth Mosher - ' Bert M095-'I' Barbara Lincoln Thomas McLean Almira. Lattimer ' 114- L I 5 EQ Daniel Leary Mary Rita Lattari Martin Manoil 9 Nv , V ' QW Q 'SE 'fl X' eonard Jackson Romaine Hutchinson QJLf29 L Sibyl Lyon Gavin Jenney Marlene Keene 15 E 1 K11 Robert Reed ve yn ne , Razer Price I H 1 C. mogene err ok Ge0rg1B. Larrabee David Kreh Carolyn Kimber Lawrence Rankin 16 A,--...-. . .... ....- ,..,, , 1. - V Yi Lucy Richards Robert Skinner Rosalie Richards Thiadooia Simonda Jack Terwilliger Carol Russell ' ' ' 7 Q ,,'.1iL1,w-1: W Monza Russell Louise smnn Ronald sunuoff aff 17 Donald Tennant ' ' Joan Vanllusen Robert Uhl r 9 q i wb E :Q K ,Gln- - if Q'Hag,1'Fia?n. ' :ng Q 0 i Shirley VanSk1ver Kaloma Thompson JOYOS Thomas Gerald Townsend. Norma Vanderworker 5 18 FA f f- - -f -- A - Madelynne White Alice Winnlox - Frances Wood Myron Tubbs Pearl Walker 25 x7 wi? Joanne Zimmer William Wilkinson Patricia Zepp I9 .. ,Tl ,,, . F r 1 w V i E i l , 4 E f i w k r w n I E r 9 i 1 Y I i r L.-ha, W Donna Frye Charles Spaulding Geraldine Waxman Students pictures not appearing in the yearbook: Dayton Handriok Wayne Leonard Marvin Cornish Charles Moore Carl Leonard David Courtright f 1 Student Council Officers 'Jing if ff 1 G 5" iid: ' if 5 we 'v ' ' '72, f ?'. ,199 ' Z1 77 ' A .L Q gf 20 C A C ' Clan' Will Larry Abrams leaves his rebel spirit to Chuck Chamberlain. Norman Andrus leaves his abl-lity in Shop to Gary Greenfield. Emma Angell leaves her interest in boys to Hazel Guliok. Roxanne Angelo leaves her bow tie making to Hary Jane Hagerman. Ernest B tcke leaves his position in football to anybody who can play as well. Thresa Belle leaves her ability in Business to whoever takes Business Bob Brogan leaves his ears to Charlie Farr. 5 0 4: I IL .- x Ellen Brown leaves her collection of sweaters to Carol Boehm. 55592535 Eugene B ok leaves his catty remarks in study hall. 1 'oigig Robert Clark leaves his brains in room 26 to Brenda Briggs. S' 'Q' Alan Clark leaves his back seat in room 28 to George Myers. Q Gerlanne Compton leaves her ability in sewing to Sharon Armstrong. John Compto leaves his violin to Glee Crawford. Alan Draper leaves his smile to any sad eighth grader. Pat Dunfee leaves his temper to Dick Du fee. , Harry Eisenhart leaves his ability in skiing to Don Burlingame. L. Frank English leaves his home room seat to an eighth grader. by Dick Fernquist leaves his interest in model railroads to Jacque Grinnell. Doris For man leaves her nicknames to Nellie Lattarl. Charlotte Frisble leaves her books to Margaret Foster. Richard Frlsbie leaves his experience with the girls to Don Peterson. Shirley Fuller leaves her ability in Business. Phyllis Garfield leaves her piano ability to Gail Jenney. David Gibbs leaves his friendly smile to Jerry Clupper. Lorraine Gray leaves her shyness to Carol Hand. Jack Grippin leaves his to Carlyle Sherman. Robert Hagerman leaves his basketball ability to Larry HcNeal. Robert Halton leaves his singing to Don Ennis. ,, Douglas Hammond leaves his Hop-a-long Cassidy limp to anyone who can shoot guns. gall Maris Hedrick leaves his freckles to Charle Fiske. Joyce Hobson leaves her trombone to Dick Catlin. 'fff B111 Hotchkiss leaves me pose in the mu to Robert sinsabaugh. gp Romaine Hutchinson leaves his guitar playing to Donald Kraft. ! Leonard Jackson leaves his smart remarks to George Gelsinger. Gavin Jenney leaves his bow fiddle to Nina Eddy. Marlene Keene and B rb Lincoln leave their interest in seventh grade boys to whom? Evelyn Kline leaves her note writing ability to Josephine Alamo. Georgia Larrabee leaves her ability to sew to any eighth grade girl taking Home Economics. Rita Lattarl leaves four broken seats in 3rd period study hall to anyone having to sit ln Dan Leary leaves his Bing Crosby features to some lucky 8th grader. them. Slbyl Lyon leaves her ability to dance to Betsy Conlon. Martin Hanoil leaves some of his talent in basketball to some needy eighth grader. Jack McCormick leaves his beloved English books to Vincent Moro, Harlin McEwen leaves his witty cracks to Charlie Farr. Hank HcGruder leaves his musical talents to the eighth grade class. Tom McLean leaves his beloved squirt gun to Pat Sullivan. Bob Miller leaves his post in the hall to George Myers. Carole Moore leaves her office in the Student Council to the next best sultor. Bert Hosier leaves one vacant seat in room 25. ' ,,l, Sam Myer leaves the saying 'ls that so' to anyone big enough to fill his pants. hifi Sandra Nusbaum leaves her good spirit to Adrianne Clingan. Tim O'Br1en leaves his tattered Algebra book to whoever wants lt. .4 vb Joe O'Toole leaves his shyness from girls to Art Boice, .QQ Jean Parr leaves her funny laughs to Lorraine Howe. ?Z? Dick Paul just plain leaves. 4 Jo-anne Pedulla leaves her basketball skill to Dorothy Terwilliger. Roger Price leaves his size 12 sneakers to Wayne Riddell. Butch Randall leaves his blond hair to Don Kraft. Larry Rankin and Donald Tennant leave their first period study hall seats and the nicknames, squareheads, to Chuck Chamberlain and Don Burlingame. Lucy Richards leaves her disposition to Janet Heidig. Teddy Slmonds just plain leaves English class. p Bob Skinner leaves his curling iron to Don Ennis. Ml Charlie Spaulding leaves his tumbling to any person who likes lt, Kay Thompson leaves her sewing ability tc Nancy Hooker. X Bob Uhl leaves the study hall in command of Hrs. Shamot. "Egg, To Sh1rley'VanSk1ver leaves her laugh to Delores Scott. h -Q Geraldine Waxman leaves her quietness to the eighth grade class. 1'fwAQ. 2 Pat Zepp leaves her good looks to Jane Robbins. 21 Larry Abrams - House-to-house Salesman Norm Andrus - Farmer Emma Angell - Doctor Roxanne Angelo - Clothes designer Thresa Belle - Store clerk Ernest Betcke - Insurance salesman Bob Brogan - Hallman Elle Brown - Nurse Eugene Buck - Private eye Alan Clark - Tax collector Bob Clark - Farmer Gerlanne Compton - Concert violinist John Compton - Civics teacher Loretta Dean - Housewife Alan Draper - Paper boy Pat Du fee - Undertaker Harry Eisenhart - Profession- al skier Frank English - Lawyer Dick Fernquist - Engineer Doris Foreman - Nurse Charlotte Frisbie - Housewife Richard Frisbie - Minister Shirley Fuller - Housewife Louise Gallow - Housewife Phyllis Garfield - Piano teacher David Gibbs - Senator Lorraine Gray - Secretary Jack Grippin - Store clerk Cleda Griswold - Secretary Janis Gunderman - Secretary Bob Hagerman - Dentist Bob Halton - Artist Doug Hammond - Trainman Maris Hedrick - Lawyer Joyce Hobson - Nurse Bill Hotchkiss - Dog catcher Romaine Hutchinson - Guitar teacher Leo ard Jackson - Butcher Gavin Jenney - Pilot Carolyn Kimber - Housewife Evelyn Kline - Secretary Dave Kreh - B ker and candle- stick maker Georgia Larrabee - Housewife Rita Lattari - Preacher's wife Dan Leary - Singer Barb Lincoln - Doctor Sibyl Lyon - Fashion buyer Martin Manoil - Fireman Jack HcCorm1ck - English teacher Harlin McEwen - Congressman Henry HcGruder - Engineer Tom McLean - Hlnlster Bob Miller - Dog catcher Carole Moore - Poet Ken Mosher - Janitor Bert Hosier - Salesman Sam Myer - Painter Terry Nailen - Policeman Sandra Nusbaum - Housewife Tim O'Br1en - Farmer Rosalie 0'Connell - Pollcewoman Joe 0'Toole - Writer Jean Parr - Housewife Jo-anne Pedulla - Gym teacher Roger Price - Shoe salesman Charles Randall - Businessman 5 22 Larry Rankin - Farmer Robert Reed - Policeman Lucy Richards - Secretary Rosalie Richards - Teacher Monte Russell - Tax collec- tor Teddy Simonds - Nurse Bob Skinner - Doctor Charles Spaulding - Farmer Ronald Sundloff - Fanmer Don Tennant - Lawyer Jack Terwilliger - Profes- sio al baseball player Joyce Thomas - Nurse Kay Thompson - Secretary Gerald Townsend - Engineer Myron Tubbs - Farmer Bob Uhl - Veterinary Norma Vanderworker - House- wife Joan VanDusen - Secretary Shirley VanSk1ver - Teacher Pearl Walker - Housewife Geraldine Waxman - Housewife Madelynne White - Designer B111 Wllklnso - Farmer Alice Winnick - Secretary Fran Hood - Housewife Pat Zepp - Teacher ' Jo-An e Zimmer - Housewife PV01Z?l966Df me ' :Y F- IH Eighth Grade Officers Home Room 26 23 1 F l n 1 i 5 f I X, n K M 5 r X V' . Lang.. K bk' f CCL ' 'jp PM Seventh Grade Officers M1 u 'H ... 5 ., Home Room 21 26 Home Room ll Home Room 10 27 4 0 -5 A + X N Sixth Grade Officers Homs Room 13 r 28 Home Room 1? Home Rqom 16 29 Home Room 18 Student Counczf 3 SW! Editors and Adviser Standing CL.-R. D- J. Hunsinger, R. Lattari, and Mr. Zimmer. sitting u...-R.l- c. make, W. Patton, 14. White, um M- Rosa- ie e i . Business and Circulation Staffs 'Q 31 1 l I 'E Deadliner Press Club 4 4 1 v Lz'bm1y33Club E if I Junior High Tribune T i French Club Model Railroad Club Industrial Arts Club 35 Home Makers Girly? Chorus Boys U Chorus Orcbexim funzbr Bama' li www nf. bw! 0. L 4 'ffl ms, X 7 fl ' 'S K za EN J' JE ,.:, 41 f The staff and Mr. Zimmer wish to express their sincere appreciation to the following persona: Mrs. A. Wells and her typing assistance: Mr. F. Gibbs for several photographs: Mr. E. Lawrence for several photographs: Mr. A. Ault for several photographs: Mr. L. Caulum and his outstanding co-operation. 38 fig -:gg,?i,,f' ,. , 'li' ' 1 xx . 4 RTC, Q .U i k a n .A in II ,A w?? 4 i , ' L W A ff V Q lm -X . . ' ' V 5 Y' ff Q -fi Q ag K,,,x Ep , V f S T ,N 'J 6 ar Wg 3 W , f ,, ,' - i g 3 5 V L i U! mu. .,., Vx V ' my Y XJR w Q 'E ti x Hf SX EQ Sw' VF 3 F ' Seventh Grade Christmas Card. Sellers I I L Ll x 6.15.4-Q ff-1:-K Sixth Grade Christmas Card Sellers ho, Ninth Grade Christmas Gard Seller! Eighth Grade Uhristmal Card Sellers 41 I f J A1 W! .li ,,'v:'4 I fb Q, M 1 ,. Q Q1 Q! , A I.,-4, ACTION l I Football A-.-YYYY.....-?....,........, lg... A, , WA Km!1!!ilgEi!11i-23' , C K c55::' N, In Little League Baseball Park L Yi ,ju fQ -Q, I ndzlans I-H+ B A C f - X ,I 'D W Yankees KP! O.Q I ' 1 fk clifl Recreation Team 45 auf 1 f Aaiiwizkf Andy Codi spotti Bat I ter Upl I KL- -A Y-in Hint er Wonderland 11,6 2 ! 1 w v x 1 i 1 N l r 5 I 1 1 i . 4 i 1 , , , , -W ,, A- A A AJ P L 4 W 1 I r 1 V I willfn 9C . Hu L0 nn... A. - - -A A ,A d-h, 4A.- ,, gflL RM


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