Adams High School - Hilltop Yearbook (Adams, NY)

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Adams High School Alma Mater Dear Adams High School, Our own Alma Mater So high and so fine in the making of men We love you, dear High School, we love and revere you. As great in the training of soul as of pen. Your place on the hilltop portrays well your value In the lives and the aims of the towns all around. Your strong red brick building, imposing and handsome. Resembles your teachings and precepts so sound. May Adams High School, Our own Alma Mater, Ever continue to do her good work. To encourage good sportsmen as well as good scholars And never one part of her fine creed to shirk.In Memoriam We publish this yearbook in memory of MERVIN CAULKINS We will long rememlier his faithful service and his friendship.FIRST ROW: Mr. Whiteman, Mrs. Rhodes, Mr. Cool, President, Mrs. Van Epps, Miss Berry, Clerk. SECOND ROW: Mr. Harmer, Mr. Scholtz, Mr. Chismore, Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Rich- mond, Mr. Hallett. 4 SENIORSY e a r b o o k S t a f f FIRST ROW: C. Bangs, Mrs. Howard, J. Gillispie, L. Snyder. SECOND ROWr: D. Weal, B. Berry, B. Whitehead, T. Waite, D. Hamilton, J. Sischo, N. Thomas. FIRST ROW: Tanna Wilder, C. Bangs, W. Sanford, M. Vrooman, L. Snyder, Mrs. Scholtz, P. Jones, R. Sheley, G. Hungerford, N. Thomas, D. Weal, Wr. Berry. SECOND ROW: J. Sischo, L. Bonim, G. Hallett, B. Macklen, C. Jantzi, R. Parks, J. Richmond, T. Waite, G. Little, R. Sanford, K. Williams, R. Hockev. THIRD ROW: C. Lantier, J. Gillispie, C. Pooler, N. Rhodes, R. Wells, J. Cody, M. Fargo, R. Reeves, J. Dickinson. ABSENT: J. Smith, A. Looker, D. Ebdon. HONEST! WE USED TO LOOK LIKE THIS 6CHARLENE BANGS “Charlie” Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Soccer 1, 2 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Prize Speaking 3, 4 Citizenship Day 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Tune Twisters 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Junior Play Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Chorus Secretary 4 County Chorus 3 Newsreel 1, 2, 3, 4 VALEDICTORIAN DAVID WEAL “Greets” Senior Band 2, 3, 4 Junior Band 1 Baseball 1 Track 2, 3 J.V. Basketball 2 Var. Basketball 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Senior Play Junior Play Yearbook Staff Student Council 1 All-County Band 3, 4 All-County Cborus 1, 2 Prize Speaking 3 MRS. HOWARD Advisor SALUTATORI AN CLASS COLORS—Pink, Powder Blue, Silver CLASS FLOWER—Pink Sweetheart Roses CLASS MOTTO—No Wind Can Do Him Good W'ho Steers For No Port 7NANCY RHODES “Nanc” Bowling 1 H.C.S. Roundup 3 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow 4 Winter Carnival 3 Yearbook Staff Senior Newsreel H.C.S. Soccer 3 DOROTHY NOWAK “Dotty” Student Council 1, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Newsreel Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society Yearbook Staff WILLIAM BERRY “Pork” All County Chorus Prize Speaking 2, 3 Newsreel 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Play Bowling 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Winter Carnival 3 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Citizenship Day 3, 4 GARY HALLETT “Killer” Exchange Student Basketball J.V. 1 Football J.V. 1 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 8 YVONNE BECKSTEAD “Yvonne Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Winter Carnival 4 JEAN GILLISPIE “Tiger Bowling 1 Chorus 1, 2 Junior Play Senior Play Yearbook Staff KEN CONWAY “Bushel Spring Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2 ROBERT WIDRICK “Woody Basketball J.V. 1, 2 Basketball V. 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Carnival Senior PlayNANCY THOMAS “Tank” Band Majorette 1, 2t 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading J.V., V. 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. Secretary 4 Prize Speaking 3, 4 Bowling lf 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 1, 2 Senior Play Yearbook Staff Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3 Basketball 4 Hi-Lo’s County Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY MACKLEN “Bev” Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 County Chorus 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Newsreel Junior Play Senior Play GARY BARR “Bar” Track 2 Football 1, 2, 4 Basketball J.V.-V. Bowling 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Play 10 THOMAS WAITE “Humper” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Class President 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Hi-Lo’s 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play Senior Play Vice President 4 County Band 3, 4 County Chorus 2 Spring-Winter Carnival Yearbook StaffSALLY BURNASH “Sal” Rand 1. 2. 3, 4 Spring, Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Prize Speaking 3 Jr. and Sr. Plays Cheerleading 1. 2, 3, 4 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 4 Soloist Newsreel 1. 2, 3. 4 Intramural leader 2, 4 All-County Band 1, 2 Clarinet Choir 2, 3, 4 Drum Majorette 2 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Soccer 1. 2 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 C.A.A. Top 16 Honor Society 2 Softball 1, 2 DONNA FYDEREK “Donna” Var. Cheerleading 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Intramurals Leader 3 Senior Play Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 3 PETER JONES “Munch” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Football L 3, 4 Student Council 4 Senior Play Baseball 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Interscholastic 3, 4 Sports Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 BRUCE WHITEHEAD “Bru” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 4 Senior and Junior Play Yearbook Staff Intramural Leader 4 Vice President 1, 2 President 3 Track 4 County Band 4 Prize Speaking 4 Spring and Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3CAROLYN POOLER “Carol” Chorus 2 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3, 4 Softball 3, 4 Winter Carnival 3 Volleyball 3, 4 ANDREW BATES “Andy” Track 3, 4 Spring Carnival 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 2, 3, 4 W AYNE DEALING “High Pockets” Winter Carnival 2 Spring Carnival 3 Baseball V. 2, 3, 4 Basketball V. 3 12LYNDA SNYDER “Snyd” Cheerleading V. 2, 3, 4 Band 2, 3 Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4 Flag Twirler 1 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Prize Speaking 3, 4 Class Secretary 2, 3 Soccer 1, 2 Junior Play Senior Play Newsreel 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Triple Trio 2, 3 Yearbook Staff SHARON SHERMAN “Shari” Soccer 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Winter Carnival 2 Spring Carnival 2 G.A.A. Treasurer Yearbook Staff JOHN BURNS “Burnsie” Basketball 1, 2, J.V. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1. 2, 3 Junior Play Senior Play Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1 Spring Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 STANTON HAMILTON “Dufr Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Spring Carnival 1, 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 4 Newsreel Staff 1, 4 Prize Speaking 3 President 4 Pres. Student Coun. 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Play- Senior Play Bowling 1, 2 Intramural Leader 1 Honor SocietyLINDA HOLLEY “Hoi Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. Rep. 1 Bowling Top 5,1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Band 1, 2 Table Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring and Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. 1st Place 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff EDWARD WOODWARD “Slink Football 3, 4 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 County Chorus 1, 2 Octette 2 Football Manager 1, 2 Spring and Winter Carnival 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Bowling 3 DONALD SMITHERS “Squeek” Baseball 2, 4 Spring Carnival 2, 3, 4 Winter Carnival 2, 3, 4 14 SARAH BURNS “Rebel F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4 4-H Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 4 School Paper Staff 3, 4JOHN SMITH “John” Intramurale 1, 2, 3, 4 RONNIE SANFORD “Roland” Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Spring Carnival 1, 2 EDWARD REMINGTON “Reddy Eddy” Football 2, 3 Softball 1, 4 Soccer 1, 2. 3 Winter Carnival Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4JUDITH SISCHO “Jude” Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 G.A.A. Representative 2 Triple Trio 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff Honor Society Government Day Newsreel Staff Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Clarinet Choir 2, 3, 4 Prize Speaking 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 Class Pres. 2 Class Vice Pres. 3 Senior Play Junior Play Majorette 3, 4 Honor Society Triple Trio 1, 2 CAROLE LANTIER “Carole” Yearbook Staff G.A.A. President 4 G.A.A. Vice Pres. 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Softball 1, 2, 4 Winter Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Carnival 1, 2, 3, 4 Newsreel Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity Cheerleading 2, 3 JUDITH RICHMOND “Judy Buddy” Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society Class Secretary 4 Yearbook Staff Winter Carnival 4 Soccer 3 Junior Play Senior Play Newsreel Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 4 Septette 3Class History In 1958, we, the class of ’62, entered high school. Our Freshman class officers were: President: Tommy Waite, Vice President: Carole Lantier, Secretary: Nancy Thomas and Charlene Bangs, Treasurer: Jennie Chereshnoski, and our class advisor was Coach Kane. The fi- nancial monotony of our Freshman year was broken by a successful tea dance. Bruce Whitehead joined the ranks of our class, while Jennie Chereshnoski, Patricia LaBouf, Dick Hockey, Billy Sanford, Douglas Ebdon, and Kenneth Barrett left us. We began our Sophomore year with the following officers: Carole Lantier, President, Bruce Whitehead, Vice President, Lynda Snyder, Secretary, and Judy Sischo, Treasurer. Mr. Theodore Rice was class advisor. Our class diminished to 43 when we lost Beverly McNett, Nancy Rhodes, and Maxine Vrooman. Donna Fyderek and Ed Wood- ward joined our class that year. During the summer we had a very successful bake sale and in June we ordered our class rings. Our Junior year Bruce Whitehead became our class President with Carole Lantier as Vice President, Lynda Snyder, Secretary, and Judy Sischo, Treasurer. Mr. Theodore Rice again was our class advisor. We lost Bob Sheley, Margaret Steele, John Steele, Ed McGrath, Forty Plantz, and Francis Overton. Ellen Jantzi joined us. Our long-awaitedClass History (cont.) class rings arrived in October and we all rushed to the Post Office to get them. Our most successful financial project for the year was selling Adams High School sweatshirts. Then came our Junior Play, “The Absent-Minded Professor,” which we presented in May under the direction of Mrs. Harmon. It was a tremendous success and we had a wonderful time putting it on. The Junior Prom, “Blue Moon,” brought our Junior year to a close. After three short years, we found ourselves in our Senior year at Adams High School. This year, we all discovered, ended too soon. In three years our class slowly dwindled to 36. Gene Ludlow, Joel Fyderek, Dawn Williams, and Sandra Bice left us, while Nancy Rhodes and Sarah Burns joined our class. Our Senior Class officers were: President, Stanton Hamilton, Vice President, Tommy Waite, Sec- retary, Judy Richmond, and Treasurer, Judy Sischo. Mrs. Howard was our class advisor, and under her direction, we presented our Senior Play, “The Happy Haunting Grounds.” Most of our Senior year was devoted to our yearbook, which we hope will be the best one ever put out at Adams High School. On the evening of June 25th we will don our caps and gowns, thus bringing our four happy years at A.H.S. to an end.Last Will and Testament We the Class of 1962 of Adams High School, of the village of Adams, and the county of Jefferson in the State of New York, being of sound mind (?), body and spirit, do declare but can’t afford to publish our last will and testament. Our worldly possessions are to be distributed thusly: First—We direct that our just debts be paid by the class of 1963. Second—We bequeath the following assets as herein set forth: We (an unmentionable group) is the class of ’62 do wish Mrs. Kane all the luck in the world with her next group of cheerleaders. They’ll need it. We, the class as a whole, are honored at being the last graduating class of A.H.S. And wish Mr. and Mrs. Scholtz all the luck in the world. We will sure miss them and we’re sure everyone else will too. We, the class of ’62, leave to the board of education our deepest gratitude for all the favors they have done for us during our years in high school. We, the class of ’62, leave to Mrs. Howard our deepest gratitude for breaking the monotony of English by assigning plays by Shake- speare. Ken Conway leaves his parking space at A.H.S. to Ron Newton. Andy Bates and Wayne Dealing leave their basketball ability to David Pooler. Ron Sanford leaves his “best wishes” for graduation night to the Presi- dent of the Junior Class. Jean Gillispie leaves her well paying job in the office to “Vesta Baby.” Bob Widrick leaves a pad of typing paper to Jane Jennings.The Last Will and Testament (continued) Carolyn Pooler and Dona Bell will their success in falling for just one guy to Andrea Arute. Sarah Burns leaves her Southern giggle to the one and only “Doc” Gordon. Linda Holley leaves her ability to go steady and one of her “steady sweaters” to Sue Kanaley. Judy Richmond leaves her wonderful Latin and French memories to Barb Cushing. Yvonne Beckstead leaves her strict diet record to Don Holman. Dorothy Nowak leaves her good study habits and quiet ways to Teri Larkin. Carole Lantier leaves 3 dozen eggs and one summer full of fun packed rides on a tractor to Kathy Belloff. Eddy Woodward leaves his wild and chaotic weekends of perilous pas- sion for the unknown to Patty Overton. Pete Jones leaves his 3 and 2 tenths seconds record to the only guy in this school worthy of such an honor. Our favorite Frank Crast. Duff Hamilton leaves his great achievement of getting along so well with Coach to Flossie Plantz. Judy Sischo leaves her extreme voice range to Roselyn Rusho. Tom Waite leaves one can of stale com plus the clean-up job at the bakery to “Colonel White.” Bill Berry leaves his garrison belt and hob nailed ramble boots to Ken Wratten. Charlene Bangs leaves one pound of “gray matter” to the Junior Class.The Last Will and Testament (continued) Donna Fyderek leaves her crop of long blonde hair to Ann Hatcliff. Dave Weal gives his blue card back to Mr. Jackowski. John Smith leaves his ability to get things done in study hall, such as shoveling walks and going to the Journal office, to Bill Fairchild. Gary Hallett leaves his sly way with the women (especially Mrs. Otis) to Eddy Burns. Bruce Whitehead leaves one pair of elevated shoes to Fred Miner and Bob Snyder. Fight over them, boys!!! Sharon Sherman leaves her naturally curly hair to Randy Smith. John Burns leaves his job as chief pin setter at the bowling alley to his brother, Tommy. Gary Barr leaves his way with the women to Bill Smith. Nancy Thomas leaves her gym suit to Harold Gamble. Lynda Snyder leaves her “buck tooth smile” to Betty Wilson. Donald Smithers leaves one pair of levis to Frog Taylor. Jim Edwards leaves his stylish German walk to Shirley Groves. Sally Burnash leaves her knowledge of the lonely hearted to Toni O’dette. Nancy Rhodes leaves her Latin homework to Mary Woodward. Bev Macklen leaves her morning cup of coffee at Marty’s to someone who could really get some use out of it, Ron Reardon. In witness whereof, we have hereunto and thereunto subscribed our names and affixed our seal, this Thirteenth day of June in the year of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty-two.Class Prophecy Dear Mr. Scholtz: I just read the Jefferson County Journal and was amazed at the re- sults of that crazy class of ’62. We noticed that the police had raided the Andy Bates establish- ment and uncovered a distilling ring. We were shocked to see that Andy and his gang, Don Smithers and Wayne Dealing were caught. We are sorry to hear that Worth was annexed by Lorraine. We noticed that some of the conspirators were of our class. We are es- pecially proud of General Yvonne Beckstead, Captain Dorothy Nowak and their Mountain Girls. We saw an advertisement for lonely men on the back page. Please congratulate Nancy Thomas, Sally Burnash and Donna Fyderek for founding the first lonely hearts club in Adams. Also congratulations to Linda Holley on making the Olympic Weight Lifting Team. We read that Gary Hallett has now trained his dogs to clean the game that he shoots. So Duffy Hamilton is now coach of his own team. Although they haven’t won any games, we’re sure that he’ll help the girls develop. We noticed that Ed Remington bought the rest of Dobbins’s junk yard. Ken Conway, John Smith, and Ronnie Sanford have declared Spring Street a drag strip for their own personal use. Well, I see that Professor Charlene Bangs has won a Pulitzer Prize for her book on love. Bill Berry and John Burns have revolutionized bowling by short- ening the alleys, doing away with nine of the pins and adding three more shots. 22We read that Ed Woodward is married again and now has to pay two million dollars alimony. Gary Barr has taken over his fathers factory and has recently added a new fur-bird product. We see that Dave Weal is still in Las Vegas trying to figure out if he is related to the roulette wheels. Lynda Snyder and Chuck Burns are now happily married and live on their own tugboat on the Mississippi River. Sharon Sherman is the new owner of the Hillcrest Nursing Home and Jean Gillispie is the director of admissions. We hear that Donna Ball and Carolyn Pooler have moved to the Yukon and founded their own town, BallerPool. Dr. Judy Richmond has adopted a new slogan, “smile, I dare you.” Judy Sischo is a bookkeeper at her husband’s antique shop. Carole Lantier is our new ambassador to Russia and doing real well. The last we heard she was foreman of three salt mines. We see that Peter Jones is now Czar of Outer Mongolia. As a result of a close chess game with Krushchev he obtained this position. We are sorry to hear Bob Widrick is presently residing at Sing-Sing for selling the Grand Union. What a salesman! Beverly Macklen is now modeling Rices new Fur-bird product. We read that Sarah Burns has just purchased two broken down boats. Her brother’s and Lynda’s tugboat. Tom Waite and Bruce Whitehead after writing the class prophecy for the Class of 1962 have joined the Foreign Legion and presently own a little peanut ranch somewhere in the Sahara Desert.FIRST ROW: Mrs. Crumb, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Harmon, Mr. Scholtz, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Montague, Mrs. Otis. SECOND ROW’: Mr. Gordon, Mrs. Dobbs, Mrs. Bechtel, Mr. Jackowski, Mr. Morgia, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Rice. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kane, Mr. Sacci, Mr. Lephart, Mr. Hannon, Mr. Bonnanno, Mr. Dayger. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sinlair, Mrs. Denny, Mrs. Case, Mrs. Greenley, Mr. Scholtz, Mrs. Fee, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Widrig, Miss Spaman. SECOND ROW': Mrs. Rawlings, Mrs. Scholtz, Mrs. Simpson, Mrs. Moreton, Mrs. McCracken, Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Kane. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Vespa, Mr. A. Rice, Mr. Northrop, Mr. Black, Mr. Bovee, Mrs. Titus. 24FRONT ROW: Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Patchen. BACK ROW: Mr. Rice, Mr. Whitehead. 25 L to R: Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Wratten, Mrs. O’Connor, Mrs. Berry.B u s D r • i v e r s Mr. Dobbins, Mrs. Dobbins, Mr. Staley, Mr. Moreton, Mr. Overton, Mr. Bates. Mrs. Cook, A. Phillips, E. Berry, Mrs. Shay. 26CLASSES FIRST ROW: J. Gillispie, C. Bangs, D. Fyderek, J. Sischo. 0. Nowak, J. Richmond, C. Lantier, D. Ball, B. Macklen, C. Pooler, L. Snyder. SECOND ROW: I). Smithers, E. Woodward, R. Widrick. J. Smith, K. Conway, Mrs. Howard. L. Holley, Y. Beckstead, S. Burnash, N. Thomas, N. Rhodes, S. Sherman. THiRD ROW: P. Jones, W. Berry, D. Weal, J. Burns, G. Hallett, S. Hamilton, R. Sanford. B. Whitehead, E. Remington, T. Waite, G. Barr, A. Bates, W. Dealing. FIRST ROW: P. Overton, T. Larkin, S. Macklen, B. Cushing, J. Bowman, C. Draper, K. Mathews, A. O'Dette. K. Belloff, C. Park, C. Switzer. SECOND ROW: M. Davis, V. Bates, A. Whitney, B. Pooler, P. Scofield. B. Van Epps, Mr. T. Rice, C. Pooler, S. Beckstead, S. Shelmidine, D. Williams, D. Hines. THIRD ROW: R. Harris, W. Smith, D. Holman, R. Bums, F. Crast, D. Taylor, H. Gamble, M. White, G. Peyton, A. Bates, R. Corey, R. Burton, R. Newton, W. Fairchild. 28FIRST ROW: S. Waite, S. Groves, M. Genga, S. Jones, D. Sinclair, J. Jennings. F. Plantz, N. Giovo, S. Kanaley, M. Woodward, R. Rusho. SECOND ROW: J. Corey, J. Miner, P. Greenley, C. Kotlowski, C. Fydcrek, G. Kellar, M. Harris, Mr. A. Rice (Advisor), R. Reardon, R. Timmer- man, R. Scofield, D. MacAnulty, R. Dennison, K. Wratten. THIRD ROW: A. O’Shangnessy, G. Stinson, D. Hallett, C. Bern-, B. Nichols, J. Holman, R. Fish, F. W'alden, G. Hungeford. FIRST ROW’: F. Miner, R. Snyder, R. Timmerman, M. Pooler, (B. Ball, M. Pitcher, R. Green- wood, W. Russell. SECOND ROW': B. Wilson, L. Dobson, A. Arute, M. Richmond, A. Hatcliff, D. Whitehead, B. VanEpps, M. Beach. J. Gibbs, V. Sinclair, 0. Widrick. THIRD ROW: L. Brown, J. Kilburn, S. Sherman, K. Lines, M. Robarge, V. Plantz, F. Dealing, Mr. Hannon (advisor), M. Pooler, G. Macintosh B. Taylor, S. Snyder, B. Bates, D. Beckstead, S. Bangs. FOURTH ROW: R. Denny, B. Hayes, D. Bowman, D. Renolds, R. Simpson, J. Tiller, F. Christman, L. Bockman, H. McNett, D. Pooler, V. Datoush, E. Scofield, G. Kellogg, T. McConnell. 29FIRST ROW: M. Chereshnoski. S. Denny, B. Smith, S. Lennox, C. Sischo, S. O’Dette, J. Murdock. SECOND ROW: M. Rusho. M. Wilson, M. Whitford, J. Dennison, P. McIntosh, Mr. Hannon, B. Wilcox, V. Pearson, S. Richmond, J. Bice, W. Prescau. THIRD ROW: B. Moore, L. Misczuk, D. Whitney, F. Wratten, T. Cheever, R. Bates, K. Shutts, C. Tallant, R. Wilson, T. Bowman, D. Burns, D. Freeman. FIRST ROW’: V. Barker, L. Timmerman. K. Elliot, M. Gamble, K. O’Dette, P. O’Neill, R. Reardon, D. Washburn. M. Sullivan. SECOND ROW': B. Munroe, W. Guyette, J. Gamble, P. Rhodes, Mrs. Harmon, D. Beattie, J. Phillips, L. Steele, J. Stoker, B. Whitehead. THIRD ROW: K. Larkin, K. Whitehead, L. Berry, R. Taylor, R. Barker, G. Overton, D. McAnulty, R. Murphy, Wr. Smithers. ABSENT: C. McConnell, A. Patten.FIRST ROW: D. Nugent, T. Plantz, M. Heinrich, A. Jones, B. Beach, A. Fuller, B. Chrisman. SECOND ROW’: D. Wilson, E. Draper, D. Taylor, M. Macklen, P. Grcggory, Mrs. Williams, L. Liscomb, S. Overton, P. Lantier, G. Smithers, R. Wood. THIRD ROW: R. Whitehead, R. Steele, C. Filson, D. Woodward. W. Jones, J. Peck, G. Keller, P. Hungerford, G. Nichols, J. Shutts. FIRST ROW;: S. Brown, K. Cushing, C. Alden, L. Hirschey, C. Bearup, J. Lennox, M. Shelmidine. SECOND ROW: D. Reynolds, M. Kotlowski, N. Datoush, C. Whitehead. N. Newton, Mr. Lephart, L. Sedgemore, I). Pitkin, J. Martin, A. Burton. J. Greenwood. THIRD ROW: S. Denny, D. Curtis, J. Greenwood. J. Briggs, S. Overton, D. Belloff, M. Gascanet, S. Tiller, F. Sinclair, F. Whitehead, N. Fairchild, K. Corey, T. Moore. 31FRONT ROW: A. W'agner, E. Steele, K. Richmond, G. Taylor, P. Sinclair, T. Wheeler, J. Welsh. SECOND ROW: J. McAnulty, M. Thompson, R. Widrick, Mrs. Simpson, E. Pitcher, P. Niewier- oski, Y. Widrick. THIRD ROW: M. O’Dettc, B. Hayes, J. Nowak, D. Ebdon, T. Claflin, E. Lennox, M. Hoagland, D. Munro, W. Moreton, R. Burns, G. Sullivan. FIRST ROW: J. Overton, C. Giovo, D. Bacon, C. Jones, S. Claflin, S. Brown, C. Fairchild. SECOND ROW: J. Moore, L. Liscomb, P. Church, J. Pooler, M. Rice, Mrs. McCracken, T. Tallant, F. Kucik, G. Kellar, A. Phillips, P. Shelmidine. THIRD ROW: G. LaVere, J. Denny, W. Bice, L Remington, P. Cascanet, R. Ludlow, R. Shelmidine. ABSENT: A. Reed. 32FIRST ROW: S. Hirshey, M. Larkin, S. Fone, V. Dewey, C. Oakes, G. Roberts, A. Church. SECOND ROW: B. Smithers, J. Poorman, B. Liscomb, T. Lee, Mrs. Fee, R. Peck, M. Patchen, L. Draper, J. Heinrich, M. Whiting. THIRD ROW: J. Wratten, R. Monaghan, W. Elliott, D. Hough, M. Otis, J. Alden, R. Kucik. ABSENT: L. Thomas, R. Van Epps. FIRST ROW: V. Wood, S. Sassaman, D. Price, D. O’Brien, M. Dudley, B. Rice, B. Sinclair. SECOND ROW: M. Sanford, L. Spry, M. Symonds, R. Reardon, Mr. Bovee, B. Edwards, D. Shelmidine, L. Jones. THIRD ROWr: R. Pitkin, H. Rusho, C. McAnulty, A. Ebdon, F. Larkin, R. Williams, W. Johnson, W. Misczuk, K. Barker, T. Moore. ABSENT: M. Richards.FIRST ROW: W. Dennison, R. O’Connor, C. Fernandes, J. Moore. SECOND ROW: D. Dennison, M. Pitkin, L. Sampson, J. Poormon, J. Poormon, D. Finley, J. McIntosh. THIRD ROW: L. Baker, C. Briggs, S. Taylor, B. Dunham, A. Ferris, C. Whitney, J. Macklen. FOURTH ROW': T. Franklin, J. Scofield, C. Freeman, M. Taylor, Mrs. Moreton, C. Nichols, R. Whiteman, B. Joy. ABSENT: D. Beattie, J. Hosmer, H. Jackson, D. Crast. FIRST ROW: F. Sacci, R. Groff, A. Illingworth, T. O’Dette. SECOND ROW: F. Rusho, D. Barney, P. Niewieroski, B. Barker, B. Beckstead, C. Widrick, J. Symonds. THIRD ROW: D. Gibbs, P. Gleason. E. Murdock. I). Shutts, B. Littlefield, Mrs. Case, D. Brown, G. Peterson, T. Lennox, W. Beach, T. Larkin. FOURTH ROW: N. Draper, W. Mullin, L. McNett, M. O’Connor, P. Cascanet, Terry Henry, Jerry Henry.FIRST ROW: P. Wratten, B. Patchen, M. Fuller, M. Draper, K. Cascanet, C. Maitland. SECOND ROW: J. Whit ford, R. Filhart, T. Maxson, K. Dewey, J. Brown, R. Shelmidine, D. Simmons, W. Sullivan. THIRD ROW': R. Rhodes, W. Shelmidine, R. Briggs, Mrs. Creenley, V. Simmons, F. Berry, M. Whitehead. ABSENT: J. Cenga. FIRST ROW: P. Nierwieroski, B. Town, C. Spry, J. Smith, J. Joy, N. Bearup, S. Littlefield. SECOND ROW': L. Russell, L. Church, J. Van Epps, S. Richards, P. Pooler, A. Miller, S. Green, W. Bates, B. West. THIRD ROW: T. Ring, R. Fargo, D. Roberts, D. Naklick, Mrs. Rawlings, M. Wheeler, R. Hoagland, B. Widrick, R. West.FIRST ROW: W. Whiting, T. Fillhart, M. Dewey, R. Palmer, T. Cushing. SECOND ROW: B. Sprague, S. Lee, C. Marra, K. Berry, B. Haller, C. Kulesza, H. Berry. THIRD ROW: J. Misc .uk, I). Price, A. LaLone, B. Wagner, M. Moore. FOURTH ROW: I). McConnell, N. Vrooman, S. Nichols, Mrs. Hammond, J. Crast, H. Murray, G. Peterson. ABSENT: T. Thomas, P. Hubbard. FIRST ROW: T. Gibbs, R. Sprague, R. Sanford, D. Pitkin, R. Sidman. SECOND ROW: S. Church, J. Smithers, S. Snyder, L. Smith, C. Bacon, D. Perry, B. Finley. THIRD ROW : D. Scofield, B. Brown, J. Hough, C. Fernandes, E. Nichols, E. Vrooman, D. Dobbins, R. Golding, R. LaVere, D. Simmons. FOURTH ROW: D. McAnulty, D. Shelmidine, T. Murray, D. White, M rs. Kane, J. Kucik, B. LaLone, T. Cascanet, G. Lantier.FIRST ROW: J. Larkin, M. Denny, C. Hirschey, D. Cronk, M. Timmerman, G. Sacci. SECOND ROW: T. Littlefield, D. Spraque, P. Pitkin, M. Ferris, D. Palmer, M. Herse, J. Forbes, N. Goslen. THIRD ROW: F. Overton, J. Poorman, B. Simmons, A. Hayes, K. Larkin, D. O’Connor, M. Darden, S. Brown. J. Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: J. Welsh, J. McConnell, J. Devoy, 0. Lawrence, Mrs. Whitney, S. Sassaman, C. Dealing, J. Rice, F. Woodward. FIRST ROW: W. Denny, J. Briggs, W. Palmer, R. Russell. SECOND ROW: D. Ramsey, C. Diefendorf, J. Wood, J. Crast, K. Dewey, C. Rusho, M. Niewreroski. THIRD ROW: M. Chrisman, D. Cronk, M. Murray, R. Draper, P. O’Connor, S. Franklin, C. Chifufty, J. Illingworth, A. Drown. FOURTH ROW: J. Narklick. K. Burns, B. Ewards, A. Berry. Mrs. Sinclair, W. Murphy, K. Crast, D. Hoagland, M. Whiting. 37FIRST ROW: Cindy Brown, Carol Babcock, Susan Vroman, Sandra Brown, Beverly Gleason, Diane Hannon, Swanne Nichols, Sherry Fowler. SECOND ROW: Daniel Richter, Lonny Joy, Douglas Bacon, Soft Fedoro, Randy Filson, David Freenley, Scott Tait, Danny Whiting. THIRD ROW': Edmund Palmer, Michael Smith, Tommy Briggs, Jimmie Dack, E. Widrig, Tommy Mullin, Darrell Hough. John Lasswell, Ricky Palmer. ABSENT: Martin Shoemaker, Judy Patten, Jimmie Simmons, Michael Ring. FIRST ROW : Melody Symonds, Ruth Fernandes, Diane Golding, Sherry Barker, Helen Misczuk, Brenda Widrick, Gayle Bates, Melanie Moore. SECOND ROW: Jon Parry, Vernon Beckstead, Tommy McAnulty, Danielle Trahan, Joan Town. Robert Wilkens, Matt Pooler. THIRD ROW: Richie Clark, Kevin Ramsey, Rockney Maxson, Mrs. Titus, Vaughn Murdock, Paul Pratt, Calvin Johnson. ABSENT: Theodore Plant . 38FRONT ROW: G. Shippee, B. Parker, B. Peterson, E. Cronk. SECOND ROW: D. Henry, C. Mullin, L Goslin, W'. Sprague, V. Fowler, W. Fillhart, K. Whiting. THIRD ROW: R. Bacon, S. Fargo, C. Crast, B. Peyton, C. Briggs, C. Filson. W. Widrick, T. Van Brocklin, R. Nichols. FOURTH ROW: C. Overton, I). Lee, I). Haller, M. Shelmidine, Mrs. Scholtz, B. Harringer, R. Bacon, E. Molnar, D. Littlefield. ABSENT: R. Draper. FIRST ROW: K. Greenley, R. Crawford, L. Winter. L. Illingworth. SECOND ROW: D. Tilley, I). Baker. L. Gillette. M. Thompson, J. Van Epps. M. Jones. THIRD ROW: J. Fuller, K. LaBarge, T. Tyo, L. Genga, B. Briggs, S. Titus, S. Rice, D. Pearson, K. Woodward. FOURTH ROW: R. Sacci, M. Fuller, K. Cascanet, E. Greenley, Mrs. Scholtz, D. Kulesza, L. Tait, T. Bookman, E. Crumb.FRONT ROW: S. Bangs, S. Burnash, J. Kilhurn, J. Sischo, M. Richmond, J. Corey. SECOND ROW: A. Arute, D. Sinclair, C. Bangs. FRONT ROW: C. Lantier, R. Rusho, K. Bclloff, N. Thomas. SECOND ROW: K. Elliott, J. Phillips, J. Kilhurn, S. Snyder, V. Pearson, S. Richmond.FRONT ROW : F. Whitehead, R. Wilcox, M. Richmond, J. Peck, T. Waite, D. Belloff. SECOND ROW: S. Overton, M. Whitford, J. Greenwood, D. Reynolds, G. Peyton, M. White, D. Holeman. THIRD ROW: B. Smith, V. Datoush, C. Whitehead, K. Whitehead, P. Overton, S. Macklen, B. Whitehead, C. Lantier, D. Weal. TRONT ROW : C. Lantier, C. Parks, R. Greenwood, K. Lines, S. W'aite, B. Smith. SECOND ROW: S. Richmond, L. Sedgemore, K. Larkin, T. Cheever, P. Greenley, V. Sinclair, J. Kilhurn. THIRD ROW: D. Whitehead, J. Dennison, B. Whitehead, S. Bangs, A. Burton, S. Barney. 42FIRST ROW: S. Kanaley, B. Simpson, R. Burton, J. Greenwood, R. Timmerman, FIRST ROW: Mr. Sacci, S. Barney, T. Cheever, B. Hayes, K. Larkin, S. Richmond, L. Sedge- more, A. Burton, N. Newton, S. Brown, J. Kilhurn, B. Smith. SECOND ROW: B. Peck, C. Whitehead, K. Whitehead, S. Overton, M. Whitford, J. Greenwood, P. Rhodes, K. Richmond, M. Kotlowski, I). Reynolds. THIRD ROW: R. Whitehead, D. Ebdon, L. Bockman, J. Peck, B. Monro Whitehead, B. Wilcox, I). Belloff, J. Denison, B. W'hitehead, J. Greenwood. 43FRONT ROW (L to R): B. Whitehead, C. Park, N. Giovo, V. Datoush. SECOND ROW: B. W'ilcox, T. Waite, M. Richmond, Mr. Sacci. BACK ROW: D. Whitehead, R. Simpson, D. W'eal, G. Peyton, D. Holman, M. White. FIRST ROW: S. Bangs, S. Sherman, J. Kilburn, S. Groves, G. Keller, K. Lines, D. Williams, C. Kotlowski. SECOND ROW: M. Richmond, D. Ball, S. Kanaley, T. O’Dette, J. Bowman, S. Jones, K. Mathews, K. Belloff, J. Richmond, M. Genga, Y. Beckstead. THIRD ROW: D. Beckstead, R. Rusho, N. Thomas, S. Snyder, P. Scofield, L. Snyder, V. Sinclair, M. Woodward, S. Beckstead, J. Corey, S. Waite, G. Switzer, M. Pooler, Mrs. Vespa. FOURTH ROW': L. Dobson, A. Arute, L. Mullin, C. Lantier. J. Sischo, M. Beach, J. Gibbs, B. VanEpps, M. Haris, B. Macklen, D. Fyderek, C. Bangs, S. Burnash, 0. Widrick.FIRST ROW: Pitkin, Dennison, Rusho, Finley, McAnulty, Heinrich, Baker, Poorman, Sammonds, Nierwoski, Symonds, Alden, Illingworth. SECOND ROW: Hershey, Fairchild, Burdick, Wheeler, Jones, Claflcn, Sinclair, Denny, O'Brien, Richmond, Fone, Price, Duddley, Sassamon, Giovo. THIRD ROW: Moore, Whitney, Barney, Overton, Ferris, Murdock, Palchcn, Church, Littlefield, Rice, Welsh, Wagner, Peck. Shutts, Taylor, Edwards, Briggs, Gibbs. FOURTH ROW: Groff, Barker, McNulty, Joy, Phillips, Henry, Elliott, Ebdon, Denny, Claflin, Remington, Hoagland, Bice, Tallant, Kucik, Freeman, Monaghan, Henry, Peterson, Vespa. FIRST ROW’: N. Newton, M. Shelmidine, L. Hirschey, M. Heinrich, K. Cushing, J. Marti, L. Sedgemore, C. Whitehead, S. Brown. SECOND ROW': A. Burton, J. Murdock, P. O’Neill, A. Jones, B. Smith, S. Lennox, D. Beattie, C. Sischo, S. Denny, B. Wilcox, P. Lantier, M. Kotlouski. THIRD ROW: D. Pitkin, S. Richmond, M. Sullivan, D. I). Washburn, V. Overton, D. Taylor, T. Plant ., V. Pearson, J. Denison, L. Liscomb, M. Macklen, L. Timmerman, M. Whitford, K. Elliott, V. Barker, D. Reynolds. FOURTH ROW: K. Corey, R. Whitehead, J. Briggs, J. Greenwood, D. Curtis, L Misczuk, T. Cheever, P. Hungeford, D. Burns, J. Peck, R. iMurphy, G. Tallant, D. McAmulty, K. Larkin, K. Wratten, K. Whitehead, N. Fairchild, R. Murphy, F. Whitehead, J. Greenwood, Mrs. Vespa. 45FIRST ROW: P. Jones, P. Greenley, M. White, S. Hamilton, Mr. Rice, D. Nowak. SECOND ROW: A. Burton, J. Corey, R. Greenwood, F. Weal, R. Burton, W. Rusho, B. Smith, B. Cushing. G. Talent, J. Greenwood.FIRST ROW: C. Park, D. Nowak, J. Sischo, B. VanEpps, C. Bangs, A. Whitney. SECOND ROW: K. Belloff, K. Mathews, B. Berry, F. Crast, R. Burton, I). Weal, J. Richmond, S. Macklen. H o n o r S 0 c 1 e t y 47 FIRST ROW: F. Weal. B. Hayes, B. Scofeild. SECOND ROW: C Dealing, V. Sinclair, D. Whitehead, F. Dealing, K. Lines, J. Kilburn. THIRD ROVt : J. Miner, P. Greenley, D. Sinclair, L. Seaman, L. Bockman, M. Woodward, S. Bangs, S. Waite.FRONT ROW: C. Bangs, Mrs. Howard, J. Gillispie, J. Richmond, C. Lantier. SECOND ROW: B. Widrick, P. Jones, D. Weal, B. Berry, T. Waite, B. Whitehead, J. Bums, D. Hamilton, Y. Beckstead. D. Frederick, N. Thomas, L. Snyder. FIRST ROW: L. Snyder, C. Bangs, C. Lantier, J. Richmond, S. Burnash, J. Gillispie. SECOND ROW : B. Berry, J. Burns, D. Hamilton, B. Whitehead, T. Waite, G. Barr, D. Weal, Mrs. Harmon.I n t r a rn u r a 1 s FRONT ROW: Peggy Scofield, Sally Burnash, Bruce Whitehead, Coach Kane. BACK ROW: J. Lantier, B. Burns, L. Bookman, S. Jones, K. Lines. 50 FRONT ROW: P. Scofield, C. Lantier, N. Thomas. BACK ROW: Mrs. Dunn, Pat Overton, M. Genga, M. Richmond.Left to Right: P. Jones, D. Weal, R. Burton, R. Burns, S. Hamilton, B. Whitehead, M. W'hite, D. Taylor, T. Waite, F. Crast, C. Barr, W. Smith, E. Woodward. CENTER: Coach Kane. Left to Right: P. Jones, D. Weal, S. Hamilton, T. Waite, B. Whitehead, G. Barr, E. Woodward.FIRST ROW: F. Miner, R. Greenwood, Ron Timmerman, B. Hayes. SECOND ROW: D. Bowman, R. Timmerman, F. Chrisman, V. Datoush, E. Schofield, J. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: R. Dennison, D. McAnulty, W. Rusho, G. Stinson, D. Reynolds, F. Weal, Mr. Lephart. FOURTH ROW: C. Berry, L. Bockman, D. Pooler, T. Bums, F. Walden. FIRST ROW: R. Woods, R. Whitehead, D. Curtis, J. Greenwood, M. Rusho, K. Whitehead. SECOND ROW: D. Bums, G. Keller, T. Bowman, D. McNaulty, J. Shutts, D. Belloff. THIRD ROW: K. Larkin, S. Overton, L. Berry, B. Munro, G. Tallant, D. Whitney, L. Miczuk, Mr. Hannon.FIRST ROW: B. Hayes, R. Denny, A. O’Shaughnessy, E. Woodward, P. Jones, W. Rusho, D. Bowman, F. Weal. SECOND ROW: D. Belloff, T. Bowman, D. Reynolds, R. Burns, R. Burton, T. Burns, J. Burns, D. Holman, M. Davis, F. Chrisman, J. Tiller, B. Munroe, Coach Kane. THIRD ROW: Coach Morgia, D. Weal, T. Waite, F. Crast, M. White, H. Gamble, B. Whitehead, D. Pooler, S. Hamilton, G. Barr. 53 FIRST ROW : David W'eal, Thomas Waite, Bruce Whitehead, Stanton Hamilton, Gary Barr. SECOND ROW: Edward Woodward, John Burns, Peter Jones. O O -MFIRST ROW: Thurston Brown, Bruce Whitehead, Ed Woodward, Mr. Hannon, Carl Berry, Wayne Dealing, Tom Bruns. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Readon, Rod Greenley, Roger Dennison. THIRD ROW: Dennis Taylor, Stanton Hamilton, Tom Waite, Dan Whitehead, Ronnie Newton, John Burns, Managers Barry Hayes, Fred Christman. FIRST ROW : David Weal, Peter Jones, Thurston Brown, Bill Martzloff, Bob Burns, Ed Woodward. SECOND ROW: Coach Kane, John Scofield, Dick Waters, Jack Jones, Stanton Hamilton, Andy Bates. 54TOP ROW: D. Fyderek, T. Larkin, C. Belloff. BOTTOM ROW: C. Bangs, L. Snyder, N. Thomas. S. Burnash, P. Overton. LEFT SIDE: S. W'aite, P. Greenley, C. Fyderek, M. Richmond. RIGHT SIDE: S. Bangs, L. Snyder, S. Kanaley, D. Whitehead. MIDDLE: L. Brown.FIRST ROW: S. Jones, S. Kanaley, N. Giovo, K. Mathews, K. Belloff, J. Richmond, C. Bangs. SECOND ROW: C. Pooler, A. Arute, J. Gibbs, P. Overton, T. Larkin, L. Holley, L. Snyder, B. Van Epps, M. Richmond, L. Mullin, V. Sinclair, Mrs. Dunn. THIRD ROW: G. Switzer, S. Bangs, J. Backus, P. Greenley, S. Shelmedine, C. Kotlowski, J. Miner, K. Lines, S. Waite, N. Thomas.s o c c e r FRONT ROW: P. Scofield, V. Sinclair, B. VanEpps, S. Jones, J. Gibbs, L. Mullen, A. Amte. BACK ROW: R. Rusho, J. Killbum, J. Miner, 0. Widrick, K. Lines, S. Sherman, B. Pooler, Mrs. Dunn. G 1 r 1 s 9 B a s k e t b a 1 1 FIRST ROW: L. Mullen, S. Richmond, D. Whitehead, L. Holley, K. Belloff, K. Mathews, J. Gibbs. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Dunn, S. Sherman, S. Beckstead, K. Lines, O. Widrick, V. Sinclair, C. Pooler, M. Pooler, P. Schofield, A. Arute. THIRD ROW: M. Pitcher, B. Pooler, N. Thomas, S. Bangs. J. Kilburn, S. Brown, B. Ball, V. Bates, R. Rusho, M. Pooler. 57FAVORITESName Age Acts Likes Pet Peeve Hobby Favorite Ambition Outcome Saying I). Ball 19 21 Four Roses Al’s past Girl friends Making out with Al Smile Marriage Oj Couple dozen kids C. Bangs 17 15 New Year’s Eve F rench Bowling Nice Play, Shakespeare Math Teacher Red China’s Promoter for U.N. Representation G. Barr 17 19 Parties Little brothers Bowling “Ah, Come On” Designer Double for “Kookie” A. Bates 18 13 Art School Hunting Darn Nice Armed Forces Gov. of state of Lorraine Y. Beckstead 18 22 Saturday Night Untrue People Fun Big deal Beautician Owner of Ritz of Lorraine B. Berry 17 16 Girls Charlie’s pen that’s really his Reading “Scribblaa” Biology Teacher Husband of Woman Wrestler S. Burnash 18 15 Listening to problems People that think they’re better than others Dancing Chick-a-Boom Housewife, and Beautician Marriage Counselor J. Burns 18 19 Being Chased Being Caught Hunting You dumb Snake Forester Bowling instructor S. Burns 18 19 School dances Drinking and smoking Horse riding “Speech is silver hut silence is Gold” Nurse Miss Mississippi “Nurse of 1980” W. Dealing 17 2 That certain girl School Hunting “Oh. Ya” Smiling First | erson to reach the moon K. Conway 18 13 Driving Working Girls “You snake” Bar Tender Present Hyena at the lf)cal circus D. Fyderek 17 14 The twist Friday Night Listening to records I can’t do „ it Beautician A poodle hair stylist J. Gillispie 17 20 New clothes over-voiced opinioners Dancing “Oh, nuts” Secretary f ashion model G. Hallett 18 14 Panama Girls School Hunting What are you up to Forester Leader of the “Untouchables” I). Hamilton 18 14 Money (of which Be has none) French Sports How much ya wanta bet Coach Khrushchev’s Thinker L. Holley 18 14 Letters from Norm Writing letters Sports Ya promise Norm’s wife Lady marine P. Jones 17 8 Khrushchev Religion Drinking It’s decent of ya History teacher Evangelist C. Lantier 18 14 Sports Chickens Picking strawberries Holy Mackerel Foreign correspondent First woman President Name Age Acts Likes Pet Peeve Hobby Favorite Saying Ambition Outcome B. Macklen 17 19 Music Gossip Playing piano I want to— I want to Beautician “Kitty” on Mat Dillon D. Nowak 17 21 Typing Farming Driving Who, Me I.B.M. Operator Mrs. Bechtel’s right hand C. Pooler 17 14 Pizza Snobs of A.H.S. Beating up Cody How about that Nurse Champion woman weight Lifter E. Remington 17 12 True friend people talking over his shoulders Trying to get his car to go Rat face Draftsman Taxi for any- one at any time service N. Rhodes 18 14 Boys Latin Dancing Sugar Teacher Mother of 18 kids R. Sanford 19 16 Excitement School Earning money I don’t care Everything Nothing S. Sherman 17 13 Jerry A past boyfriend Boys and their cars Ya know that’s not so Nurse Mother of 20 little Jerrys J. Sischo 17 2 Pajama parties Her diet Asking for the car You dirty rat. Commercial artist Winner of the National cup- cake contest J. Smith 18 18 Money English Hunting “You better believe it” Forest Ranger Smokey the Bear D. Smithers 17 13 Cars School Sports Hi Pockets Armed forces Leader of the Mighty Midgets of Russia L. Snyder 17 13 A certain southern boy People that brag 'Calking Censored Teacher Another “Monroe” N. Thomas 17 12 Pajama Parties Getting caught skipping school Driving around Censored Nurse Inventer of the short steering wheels T. 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MILLER CO. Watertown and Gouverneur, New York Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 BRADLEY HARDWARE Arsenal Street and Court Street Watertown, New York Portable Typewriters All Leading Makes Adding Machines—Duplicator Rentals Supplies JOHN J. STOCKER CO. Watertown, New York Compliments of THOMAS SALES AND SERVICE LUNMAN APPLIANCE CENTER Frigidaire Zenith Mobil-Flame Bottled Gas Sales and Service Phone Adams 2-5741 Adams, N. Y. 70 Compliments of RALPH'S RESTAURANT Main Street Adams, New YorkCompliments of MARGE SURRIDGE Broker ; J Kl V Henderson, In. Y. Phone 5-2121 Compliments of SHADY REST Don Cronk BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1962 Compliments of THE from C. N. SNYDER SON GILL HOUSE Henderson Harbor, New York Compliments of THE ADAMS BOWLING CLUB Ike and Laura Berry, Props. PHONE 2-9821 Compliments of THE WOMEN'S SHOP Emma W. Hitchcock Come in and look around you'll be glad you did. Phone 2-2096 8 Main Street 1. R. POOLE, INC. wallpaper and paint bulk metered and tank gas service Propane gas and equipment for domestic use. Adams, Watertown HOTEL ADAMS Catering to Parties and Banquets Rooms Taproom Visit our dining room for good FOOD Martin and Virginia Sullivan, Proprietors 71Compliments of EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING Phone 2-2813 Adams, New York HARBOR BUILDERS PHONE 5-2021 Jh Compliments of G AND B HARDWARE Plumbing and Heating Compliments of THE VILLIAGE TAVERN Belleville, New York Compliments of WILLIAM GLASER, OPTICIAN Glasses at Prices You Can Afford to Pay Cleveland Block Adams PHONE 2-7191 Compliments of ADAMS PASTRY SHOP Adams, New York BANGS REALTY CHARLIE BANGS—MOLLIE BANGS Realtor Broker Phone AD 2-2411 A home an investment j- I HAPPINESS 72 Compliments of DR. JOHN E. RICHMONDINVESTIGATE Complete Banking Service THE NORTHERN NEW YORK TRUST COMPANY Adams, New York Members of The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ALL—WAYS A BETTER DEAL at GIBBS MAC ILLVENNIE, INC. CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE Phone 2-5651 yCHEVROLET k Adams, New York 73O. D. GREENE LUMBER CO. Building Materials and Millwork Phone 2-6061 DRUGGIST GLAZIER-KINNEY PHARMACY, INC. Prescriptions Are Our Specialty The Rexall Store Phone 2-1841 17 Main Street Adams, New York K-B MOTOR COMPANY Your Ford - Mercury Dealer Best Wishes to the Class of '62 May There Be a Ford in Your Future Herb — Al PHONE 2-6561 KOLBE STUDIO 240 Kinne Street E. Syracuse 16mm Film Rental YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER PHONE 77-5265 74Compliments of ART'S MARINE Henderson Herbor Compliments of LOVELAND LINES Compliments of BUCK LARKIN Taylor Stone Dairy MAGIC MIRROR BEAUTY SALON Frances Rusho Phone 2-1561 Adams, New York Compliments of RAMSDELL'S MARKET Henderson, New York Phone 5-2641 £ ran's Tavern ine Food 1 un All Legal Beverages Ellisburg, New York Compliments of DAY’S FLOOR COVERING Watertown, New York Compliments of WRATTEN TRAVEL-CAMP CO. Adams, New York Every Wed. and Sun. Nights 9:00 till 12:00 p.m. ROCK’N ROLL BAND TINY AND THE TRIUMPHS COBBLESTONE RESTAURANT PORTER FARM SUPPLY Your Allis Chalmers Dealer Adams, New York Phone 2-6236 Everybody Knows MARKSON'S Ask Your Neighbor 176 Court St. Watertown, New York Phone SU 8-5342 Compliments of JONES SPORT SHOP Watertown, New York Compliments of MILLER'S DRY CLEANERS 14 North Main Street Phone 2-5121 75LANTIER'S TAYLOR STONE EGG SALES DAIRY High Street Adams Quality Dairy Products Phones: 2-1473 2-5291 Everything but the cow We'd like to be your milkman Door to Door Delivery AD 2-7167 Buck Larkin 9 MAPLES RESTAURANT Hathoway and Lindsley Route 11 Adams, New York Compliments of GLEN BOVEE MAPLE GROVE Compliments of CLEMENTS The Best Place in Town for Ties, Pants, Sport Coats and Sweaters Adams, New York Good Luck to the Class of '62 from THE GLOBE STORE Watertown, New York 76 Compliments of RAY M. REEVES HERSE’S CLOVER STORE Fresh Meats and Vegetables Phone 3-2491 Adams Center, New York . . . insurance . . . Compliments of 106 W. Main Street Sockets Harbor, New York BUB'S RESTAURANT BUB DAVIS. Prop. Compliments of De HARTS SERVICE STATION Premium Gasoline for Less U. S. Route 11 Adams Center Compliments of KAYS RED RESTAURANT Featuring Glorified Ham and Chicken Not So Rough Adams Center, New York Compliments of BEROW AND MUNROE Watertown, New York The Senior Class of 1962 Wishes to Thank All Who Have Helped Make Our Yearbook a Success 77% 30KS TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY The World's Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made 

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