Carol Ann Hadley high school graduation
Clean High School To 236 Students At Sixty-Seventh Commencement Tuesday Night Two hundred and thirty-six young men and women, mem- * berÂ» of the Senior Class of 1949 at the Olean High School, will be graduated at the sixty-seventh annual commencement at the high school, Tuesdaay night. The class has 120 girls- and 116 boys as members. John Flaher, Canadian newi correspondent, correspondent, will deliver the commencement commencement addrcH to the graduate*. graduate*. The exercUes will open in the school auditorium at eight- fifteen o'clock. Members of the graduating class Include: Abbott, Joan Adams, Louanne Marie Ahrens, Jean Ann Altman, J. William Ames, Lyle F. Anastasia, Helen Marie Andcregg, Joan Anzivine. Alfred Bacho, George James Baldwin, Harlin Banlield, Clara Lou Barger, Milton D. Barry, Robert L. Barth,' William Henry Batesky, Janice M. Beardsley, Mary Ann Belvees, Philip E. Bernard, Aileen M. Biehler, Robert John Borowski, Joan Frances Boughton, Margery B. Boyle, Donald J. Briggs, Charles V. Jr. Brook, William H. Brown, Patricia L. , Brundage, Ruth Buckley, Nancy A. Burlingham, Raymond C. Bush, Frances A. Butinskl, Edward S. Campbell, Donald Carls, John A. Carr, Robert D. Cashsmere, Marian JE. Clarke, Robert W. Cole, Ruth I. Conrad, Audrey L. Copella, Anthony David Cotton, Louis H. Jr. Cradduck, Dorothy Harliene Crandall, Carolyn J. Crltcblow, Elsie R. ' Cronin, Patricia ' Crowley, Patricia Ann Cruess, Ann Dahar, Francis T. Davidson, Patricia Ann Davis, Ann Davis, Marion E. Deneen, Theresa Mary Depto, Theresa Mary DeYoÂ«, Ruth Ellen . Dick, Martha Ann Donnellan, Noreen M. Porsey, Kathryn M. Douglas, Paul George Draear, Loren Let Ducey, Margaret L. Eade, Raymond Henry Edstrom, Anita M. -'Ellis, Sidney H. Erickson, Richard Ewing, Nancy Ellen Eyler- Gene Fagan, Fredrlc Galen Faulkner, Raymond C. Faulkner, Theodore B. Ferris, Audrey June Ford. Robert Forrest, James W. Fratarcangelo, Angelo L. Freaney, Gertrude Jane Friedl, Barbara Ann Rae Froroholzer, Ruth Ann Furman, John F. Gayton, William A. Germack, Josephine T. Glaason, Frances R. Gooden, Gilbert Gore, Jack Howard Grant, Jane Mae .Haas, William L. Haberly, Catherine Hadley, Carol A. Handley, Jean M. Harder, Ruth Hasty, WUliam H. Havens. James M. Hedlund. Douglas E. Hemmerly, Bob Eenry. Delores Henry. Duane Huff, Duane K. Hyland, Ann C. Isaman, Robert E. Isaman, Virginia M. Parker, Colleen Mary Parker, Natalie June Parks, Edgar, Jr. Pastore, Helen L. Patterson, Larry K. Patterson, Mary Jane Peterson, Norma Christeen Petrucelli, John Plumley, Irene Porcello, Fredrick Pratt, Thomas E. Psathas, Irene Quigley, Jean Ranalio, Oriende J. Ranallo, Robert A. Raner, Marilyn Anne Rapp, Marilyn Reddy, Barbara Reitz, Janet Ann Relyea, Roger Reynolds, Gerry Rice, Joan Daphne Richardson, Charlotte Richardson, Howard Richardson, Patricia Richardson, Shirley Ann Robbins, Richard R. Ruggieri, Irene Margaret Ruggles, Rutn Russell, Robert Ryan, Sally Ann Ryder, Robert John Salberta, James Sander, Max L. Schnell. Marilyn Schue, Beverly J. Schwabenbauer, Elizabeth A. Scott, JoAnn W. Seitler, James K. Sheldon, Nancy Bowman Sherman, Donald A. Sirianni, Shirley Ann Skroback, Constance E. Slaughenhaupt, Donald G. Snyder, Douglas Spink, Joseph C. Splawski, Marie J. Slavish, Patricia M. Steiger, Robert Stevenson, Mary Elizabeth Stull, Frank Donald Swales. Vivian Tamutis, Henry W. Thompson, James W. Threehouse, June Marie Tinker, Thurley Mae Tomei, Ann L. Toohey, Willa L. Tormey, Alan J. Van Camp, Dorothy Doris Volr, Nancy E. Weis, John M. Weigartz, Harold A. "Wellman, Richard Leslie Wenke, Richard J. Whalen, Laurence Eugene Wheeler, John C. White, Jerry M. Whiteman, Wanda M. Williams, Duane John Wilson, Pauline L. Wind, Glenna M. Wood,'Basil B. Wright, Kathleen M. Ziegler, Ellen E. Zink, Robert Â£. Former Olean Pastor Aids At Ordination Of Rev. N. A. Baxter HINSDALE -- Mrs. Ellodene Baxter and her mother, Mrs. Lena Swarts, have returned home from Salem, Mass., where they attended the ordination to the ministry of Mrs. Baxter's son, the Rev. Korman A. Bax- Extend Summer School Program The State Education Department has made possible the extension the summer school program to comodate seventh and eigth grade pupils of Olean and communities in the nearby areas. A program of general education development for these pupils will he offered as well as specific remedial work for pupils having difficulty in particular subject. Pupils recently promoted from the sixth to the seventh grades, or from the seventh to the eighth grades who have encountered difficulty difficulty in some subject matter field will benefit most, for they will concentrate in those areas the six week period. Pupils who may have been handicapped by the semi-annual promotion promotion adjustment during the past semester will find opportunity to gain some lost time in these grades and areas of work. Pupils who have failed to be promoted to the next grade will given special consideration to make up the work in which failed. A broad program is in the process of being organized to cover the fields of mathematics, social studies, and the language arts. Teachers and princpals of elementary elementary school pupils have been requested to encourage pupils to enroll for the summer session if individual pupils will profit from the program. Students may enroll by registering registering at the Olean High School office. A 53.00 registration fee is required as well as the approval of the school principal. Registration Registration closes July 1 and Classen convene July 5. The summer session closes August 22. Classes will meet from eight- thirty to ten-fifteen and from ten- fifteen to twelve daily. Award Winners In Fire Parade Port Allegaay PORT ALLEGANY -- An estimated crowd of 5,000 persons was on hand Friday night in Port Allegany to view twenty one fire departments, auxiliaries, auxiliaries, bands and drum corps who passed in review as the highlight of the borough's Old Home Week. The festivities began began last Monday and will end tonight. Prizes were awarded as follows follows : Mt. Jewett, first prize, for the best band, seventy five dollars; Emporium, second prize, twenty twenty five dollars. The Smethport Fire Department Department Drum and Bugle Corps and the Armstrong Hose Company Company of Johnsonburg split the first award of S100 in the corps competition with the Johnsonburg Johnsonburg Central Junior Corps taking second place and thirty five dollars. The Eldred Fire Department collected twenty - five dollars for having the best appearing ter. The ordination service was held in the First Baptist Church in Salem Sunday, June 19. Among the clergymen taking part in the service w?.s the Rev. Dr. Shields T. Hardin. pastor of the North Orange Baptist Church. Orange, N. J. and former former pastor of the First Baptist Church, Olean. Dr. Hardin preached the ordination sermon. The Rev. Mr. Baxter is the pastor of the First Congrega- ai Church at Hamilton. Mass. fire company with twenty - or more men in line and the Jewett firemen were awarded like sum for having the most men in line. In the auxiliary division Shinglehouse took first place and the accompanying a.vard of twenty - five dollars followed by Friendship, who was given fifteen dollars for placing second. The Smethport High School band took top honors in the rchool band competition and was presented with fifteen dollars.