Akron Central School - Akronite Yearbook (Akron, NY)
- Class of 1963
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A NOT A SCHOOL IN
FACT OR FANCY
WITH AKRON CAN WE COMPAREg
MAY HER GLORY GO ON CLIMBING,
I MAY HER DAYS BE FAIR.
FOR THE MEMORIES THAT WE'LL CHERISH,
WE'LL ALWAYS WISH TO BE BACK.
RAND WHERE EER WE GO WE'LL NELER FORGET ,RCRA
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As advisor to the class of 1965, his continued acceptance of our ideas and support of
our plans have instilled in us a deep sense of gratitude and respect. Therefore the Seniors
decided to dedicate this, their issue of the Akronite, to him.
Since his arrival here as a student teacher in 1956, Mr. Farr has been a continued source
of inspiration and enthusiasm to his students. The Senior Class is especially familiar to
Mr. Farr since they were the first seventh grade English class that he taught upon start-
ing full-time teaching in 1957.
After graduating from Kensington High School, he attended Brockport State Teacher's
College for three years. He finished his 'undergraduate work at the University of Buffalo
and Buffalo State Teacher's College. A
Since his first year with A.C.S., Mr. Farr has been in the forefront of ideas and pro-
grams for the school. In 1957, he organized Akron's first swimming team and served as
its coach. The summer of 1959 saw him as one of the teachers in the summer reading
program of the high school. This year he served as the coach of Akron's first cross
country team which was organized as a result of his efforts. During his two years as
advisor to the Student Council, he has modified some student activities and initiated
Young and ambitious Mr. Farr thoroughly enjoys teaching and plans to stay in educa-
tion, which he believes offers unlimited opportunities.
MRS. DORIS GERBER
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Director of Guidance
EDWARD ALLEN HAROLD JOHNSON
Supervising Principal Secondary Principal
VINCENT ESPERSEN STANLEY VICTOR LILLIAN LAESE
Elementary Principal Business Manager Elementary Supervisor
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Louise Harrington, Plinn Witt, Henry Weiler, Arthur Charles, Roger Kraatz, Norman Schleef,
MR. LAWRENCE STOCK
MISS NELL BROWN
MISS PATRICIA KENYON
MR. FRANK HELWIG
MR. DANIEL HAYES
MR. JAMES MONAHAN
MR. JERRY BORKHOLDER
LANGUAGE ARTS AND
MRS. HAZEL ELLSWORTH
MRS. MONA GADDIS
MRS. ARLENE PACHECO
. FRANCIS HOAG
MRS. MARY COOLEY
MR. WALTER TOMCZAK
MR. ROGER FARR
MR. ARTHUR GEORGE
MR. ALBERT VOSSLER
MR. JOHN ECKERSON
MR. MYRON DEMBROW
MRS. GLADYS BROWN
MR. VAN SWIFT
MR. GEORGE MARTINY
MR. HENRY CARGES
MR. RICHARD LATKO
MRS. ANN LUDWICK
MRS. ELLEN BRUSKY
MISS GERTRUDE CHURCHILL
MR. THOMAS WALKER
MR. MELVIN HOOD
MR. MARVIN SUTTLE
MR. ALBERT MacCOY
MR. RICHARD ROZELLE
MR. LEON HOLLENBECK
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MR. LELAND MEYER
MR. GROVER BATES
MRS. MY RA STAPLETON
MRS. VERNA SMITH
MR. GILBERT DODSON
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL
MRS. JANICE WILLIAMS
DR. RALPH STANBURY
MRS. LUCILLE BACHELLER
MR. ANGELO SCAPPA
MR. THOMAS WETZEN
ART AND MUSIC
MR. RICHARD JENKINS
MRS. NANCY GROVES
MISS FRANCIS RIDLEY
MR. JOSEPH VALENTE
MRS. JANET MORGAN
MRS. WENDY SCHROEDER
MRS. MYRA STAPLETON
MRS. JEAN STRICKER
MR. ELLSWORTH BROWN
MRS. ELLEN BRUSKY
MISS LUCIA CHURCHILL
MISS DOROTHY BENSON
MRS. HELEN PENTECOST
MISS JANICE SPOTH
MRS. SIDNEY SHEARER
MISS PATRICIA RADLOWSKI
MRS. JOYCE DUNBAR
MISS STATIA OGDEN
MRS. MAUREEN MCEWAN
MRS. ELEANOR PUTNEY
MRS. JOYCE FORD
MRS. EILEEN MacCOY
MRS. DORIS GERBER
MRS, LOUISE HUME
MRS. BONNIE LOMBARDO
MRS. ARLENE WEEKS
MRS. CLAUDINE WILLIAMS
MR. ROBERT LASKIE
MRS. OLIVE SHELLY
MRS. CAROL JOHNSON
MRS. GLADYS YOCUM
MRS. MILDRED MATTESON
MISS SHIRLEY GRAF
MRS. EMMA GILBERT
f MARDELL FIX
. MONEDA HARTZLER
MRS. ISABEL STAGE
ART AND MUSIC
MR. THEODORE STAPLETON
MRS. ELLEN GARVEY
MRS. ERNESTINE PRIEBE
MRS. ALBERTINA ESPERSEN
MR. TOM GIGLIO
. DOROTHY WEBSTER
. ELIZABETH NEAL
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL
MRS. MAXINE WALTERS
MR. CARL SCHLEICH
MRS. SALLY SHELTON
MRS. JUNE HESSLER
CAF ETERIA STAFF
ROW 1: A. Lowcler, F. Wy-
der, I. Keller, 'M. Swiniarski
A. Falsioni, H. Goeseke, Ff
Abraham, E. Covel
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Leavitt, A. Deahn, H. jona-
than, E. Goeseke, S. Wolak,
V. Drachenberg, L. Riggio,
C. Porter, G. Aldred, L. Lutz
F. Zola, D. Halecki
ROW 1: R. Lawrence, S. Mann, M. Ellis, C.
ROW 2: J. DeSimone, C. Caporali, J. Blish, V.
Strong, A. Cheavacci
ROW 1: F. Gerber, R. Hoste
R. Pixley, J. Smalley, E. Pohl
E. Bates, M. Baker, B. Long
J. Ellis, L. Kopp
ADELBERT L. BROWN
He is not dead, this friend, not dead,
But, in the paths we mortals tread,
Got some few, trifling steps ahead,
And nearer to the end,
So that you, too, once past the bend,
Shall meet again, as face to face this friend
You fancy dead.
R. L. STEVENSON
Who asked you, Freshman?
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Student Council 1, 3, Vice President Student
Council 4, "Plain and Fancy" 2, Yorker
Club 1, 2, Football 2, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 45 Cross Country 4-Co-Cap-
tain, Sr. Boys, Int. 1, 2, 35 Sr. Boys' Glee
Club 1, Varsity Chorale 3, 43 All County
Choir 3, 4, Sr. Class Secretary, Sr. Play,
Sports Editor Akronite. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Little man youve had a busy
A little guy full of fun and mis
Hi-Y 4, journalism staff
of Tiger Times, Sr. Play.
A quiet but friendly person to
"A quiet, hard-working boy."
Folk Dancing 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr.
Boys' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4, "Plain
2, Student Council Rep. 2, 3.
Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Model Club 1,
Camera Club 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Boys' Int. 2,
Yorker Club 1, 2, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr.
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale
2, 3, 4, "Plain and Fancy" 2, Erie County
Choir 2, 3, 4, N.Y.S.S.F. 2, 3, National
Honor Society 3, 4.
everyone who knows
endures but personal
That All-American Boy.
SUZANNE CIURZYN SKI
Yorker Club 1, 2, Honor Society 3, 43 Sr.
Science Club 3, 4, Sr. Boys' Int. 1, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Foot-
ball 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
Sr. Class, Student Council Rep. 1, Chartered
Organizations Comm. 2, 3, 4.
Chess Club 1, 2, Library Club 1, Art Club
1, 3, Sr. Boys' Int. 1, 3, Synch. Swimming
1, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 4.
If silence were golden, shed be
poor all her life."
Camera Club 1, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hockey Club 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross 1,
Synch. Swimming 1, journalism 4, Manag-
ing Editor of A.C.S. Review, Poster Club
3, 4, Nurse's Club 1.
Poster Club 2, 4, Industrial Arts Club 1, 3,
Jr. Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, Sr. Boys? Glee
Club 3, 4.
A wish to do and a will to try
He never seems to worry and IS
seldom in a hurry
bhe has a certain way all her
"Tallest of boysg shortest of men,
he stood in his stocking feet just
jr. Girls' Glee Club lg Sr. Girls' Glee Club Qhess Club 15 F,F,A. 1, 2, 3,
2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3g Future Nurse's Club
1, 2, 35 Clinic Staff 3, 4.
Yorker Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4g Sr. Girls' Int. Chess Club 2, Industrial Arts Club 1, 2,
1, 23 VHfSity Chorale 2, 3, 4, Class Treasur- 3, 4g Student Council Rep. 15 Football 1,
er 2, Student Council Rep. 4g "Plain and 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
Fancy" 2. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Boys' Im. 1, 3, 4.
MARTHA De YOUNG
smile with an intent to do
BRUCE DOWN EY
I like work I could sit and look
at it all day long.
Yorker Club 1, 2, F.H.A. 4.
Ir. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2,
"Plain and Fancy" 2.
She raises your spirits from low
to high." h
KATHLEEN ERRICK .i
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Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 2, 3, 45 Future Nurse's Club 1, 2,
3, 4-President 4, jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 5.
A friendly redhead whos well
liked by all." U
Her trademark is her smile
Confidence is the companion of
Never a moment without some
Yorker Club 1, 25 Folk Dancing 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 2g Nurses Club 1, Library
3-President 1, 2, 3, Ticket Sellers 1, "Plain Club 23 Sf- Girls' Inf- 1, 2, 5,-45 RGP- lf-
and Fancy" 25 National Honor Society 3, Girls' Int. 3, 43 5YUCh- Swlmmlng 2, 3, 4-
45 Basketball 1, 2, 3g Baseball 1.
Yorker Club 25 Nurses Club 3, Red Cross F.H.A. 2, 35 Yorker Club 1g Library Club 2,
33 Sr. Girls' Gle.e Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Senior Band 1.
4g "Plain and Fancy" 2.
ANN MARIE GERACE
Always willing to lend a helping
Mildness governs more than
Sometimes I just sit and think,
sometimes I just sit."
Come what will tomorrow, for I
have lived today."
F-F-A 1, 2, 35 Tr21Ck 1, 2, 3, 4g Sr. Boys'
Iflt- 55 Jr. Boys' Glee Club 1g Student Coun-
cil Rep. 1, 3.
Yorker Club 1, 2g jr. Girls' Glee Club 15 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Audio Visual
Sf- GU15 Glee Club 2, 5, 45 Sr. Band 2. 1, 2, 3, 45 Industrial Fair 5.
"She's sweet, petite, and can't be
"Each man reaps on his own farm."
Yorker Club 15 Great Books Club 15 jr.
Red Cross 35 Hi-Y 4g Sr. Girls' Intramurals
2, 55 Synch. Swimming 1, 3, 4g jr. Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, QAccompanistj Varsity
Chorale 2, 3, 4g QA.ccompanistj Vice Presi-
dent Fresh. Class, President Sr. Class, "Plain
and Fancy" 2, Erie County Choirg Supply
Office Staff 1.
F.H.A. 2, 4g President 4.
"Life is my college, may I graduate
"On their own merits, modest men
Great Books Club 1
"A face as gentle as candlelight.
"What sweet delight a quiet life
Varsity Chorale 2, 3, 4, jr. Girls' Glee
Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, All-
State Choir 3, Erie County Choir 3, "Plain
and Fancy" 2, Student Council Rep. 1, 3,
Supply Office Staff 1.
Yorker Club 1, 2, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, jr.
Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 4.
Her beautiful voice IS her pass
port to success."
Good time Gary-blunt, boister
ous, and unclauntedf'
Industrial Arts Club 1, Chess Club 2, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1.
"Plain and Fancy" 2, Editor of Akronite 4,
Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Comm.
3, Synch. Swimming 1, 2, Sr. Play 4, Yorker
Club 1, 2-Dist. Vice President 1, 2, Inter-
national Club 2, 3, 4, Monitors 3, 4, Hi-Y
3, 4-Chaplain 3, President 4, Cheerleading
1, 2, 3, 4, Hockey Club 2, Varsity Chorale
2, 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, jr.
Girls' Glee Club 1, All-County Choir 3,
Chartered Organizations Committee 2,
Clinic Assistant 2.
"Intelligent, friendly and
Well worth knowing."
Doing easily what others find
difficult is talent."
"Mischief under a quiet exterior."
"'Ambitious worker who's always
ready for fun."
Yorker Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Cheerleading Yorker Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Int.
1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. 2, "Plain and Fancy" 2, jr. Girls' Glee Club
Girls' Gl'ee Club 1, Varsity Chorale 3, 4, Jr. 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Class Treasurer, Hi-Y Secretary 4, "Plain Chorale 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, journal-
and Fancy" 2, Student Council Rep. 1, 4, ism 4, Sr. Play.
Baton Twirling 2, Synch, Swimming 35 Sf, Baton Twirling 2, Poster Club 4, jr. Girls
Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep, Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4
3. Supply Office Staff 4.
"A petite miss with dancing eyes."
"It's nice to be natural when you're
hear kind echoes."
Baton Twirlers 1, 2, 3, Library Staff 1,
Future Nurse's Club 1, Jr. Red Cross 1,
F.H.A. 4, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 3, 4.
tent. ' '
"Speak kind words and you will
"A very sweet gal to know and be
"Slow and steady wins the race."
"She enjoys life to its fullest ex-
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3.
Folk Dancers 1, 2, 3, Chess Club 2, Hi-Y
3, 4, Cheerleading 1, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baton Twirlers 1, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr.
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale
2, 5, 4.
"She who has lived obscurely and
quietly has lived Well."
"A bashful maiden meek and mild
with ne er a word or action wild.
Baton Twirling 1, Chess Club lg jr. Girls'
Glee Club 1g Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 25 Basketball A.F.S. Student, Hi-Y 4, Folk Dancing
1, 5, 45 Indust. Arts 1, 2, 3, 4
Treasurer 2, Vice President 3j
fSecretary 1, Synch. Swimmingg Sr. Girls' Glee Club
Student Council-Honorary Member.
"I meant to do my work today."
' NILZA MOLINA
"She possesses serene beauty and
Chess Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 2,
4g Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2.
Future Nurse's Club 1, 2g
Girls' Int. 1.
One who is not afra1d to say her
"There is no substitute for work."
4g Poster Club Yorker Club 1, 23 Sr. Science Club 3g Var
sity Chorale 2g National Honor Society 3, 4
Twirling 23 Sr. Hi-Y 4g Art Club 4.
"Kind and sweet and exceptional-
"What else is there good, but to
live and be merry?"
Mama, dont cry at my wedding.
Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2,
3, 4, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1.
Never a dull moment always a
Yorker Club 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, Poster Club
1, Folk Dancing 1, Hi-Y 3, 4, Cheerleader
1, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, Synch. Swimming
1, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2,
3, 4, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Varsity Chorale
2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, Treasurer
Fresh. Class, "Plain and Fancy" 2, Journal-
ism 4, Yearbook Class Editor 4, Student
Council Rep. 2.
Chess Club 1, Sr. Boys' Int 1, 2, 3, 4, Poster Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 33
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim- Swimming 3, Sr. Boy's Int. 1.
ming 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
"Art for art's sake."
ANN ETTE PRINTUP
"Her smile is like the sun-ever
bright and shines on everyone."
"How pleasant is Saturday night
when I've tried all week to be
Library Staff 2, 3, 45 Sr. Girl's Glee Club Swimming 5
2, 3, 45 Jr. Girls' Glee Club 1.
Sr. Boys' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Let every man mind his own
Good words cost nothing and are
Chess Club 1, 2, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3,
4-Secretary 4, Sr. Boys' Int. 3, jr. High
Basketball 1, 2, Student Council Rep. 1.
Yorker Club 1, 2-Secretary 2, Hi-Y 3, 4-
Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Cheerleading
1, 2, 3, 4, Synch. Swimming 1, Sr. Girls'
Int. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Girls'
Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Varsity Chorale 3, 4, Marching Band 1,
"Plain and Fancy" 2, Student Council 2, 3,
4-Jr. Vice President 3.
"Fond of fun as fun can be." i
"A bit of sunshine to brighten your
Baton Twirling 2, Hi-Y 3, 49 Sf. Girls' Inf-
1, 2, Synch. Swimming 1, "Plain and Fancy"
2, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorale 2, 3, 4-
Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary 2, F.I-I.A.
She gives to
best she has
the world the very
uiet, but never idle."
F.H.A. 3, 4-Treasurer 4, Baton Twirling
4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, Jr. Girls' Glee Club
1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Synch.
Swimming 2, Student Council Rep. 2.
Yorker Club 1, 2, International Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Sr. Boys' Int. 1, 2, 3, Sr. Science Club
3, Honor Society 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Baseball 2, A.F.S. to Netherlands, Sr.
Play 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4-Secretary
2, Treasurer 3, President 4.
Her ways are ways of pleasant
Not that I like studies less, but
that I like fun more."
F.H.A., 2, Jr. Girls' Glee Club 1, Art Club
1, 2, 3, 4.
Science Club 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Sr.
Boys' Int. 1, 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis
3, 4, Baseball 1.
"A credit to his school and a top-
No limits but the sky.
Hold the fort! Im coming.
"This cutie will make someone a
Yorker Club 1, 2, Sr. Boys' Int. 1, 2, 53 Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 4
Football 2, 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Sr. Band
1, Varsity Chorale 4, Sr. Play 4.
Editor of A.C.S. Review 4, Yorker Club 1, Basketball 13 Fvotball 2, 5, 45 Baseball 1, 2
2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Field Hockey Team 1, 2, 3, 51'-B0YS'I11t- 1, 2, 3, 4-
4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, 3, 4, jr. Girls' Glee
Club 1, Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Chorale 3, 4, "Plain and Fancy" 2, Student
Council Rep. 4.
"Individuality is the salt of common
"A true friend never offendsf'
"Listen, my children, and you shall
hear-a crash and a bang! Hats
off-Sarn's car is near!"
SHARON VAN BUREN
"Giggle and the world giggles with
Ind, Arts Club 1, 2, 3, Sr, Boys' Int, 1, 2, Jr. Girls' Glee Club lg Sr. Girls' Glee Club
3, 4, Sr. Band 15 Class President 1, 2, 3. 2, 3, 4, Library Club 4,
Erie County Choir 5, Student Council 1,
Folk Dancing 1, 2, Baton Twirling 1, 2, 5,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Sr. Girls' Int. 1, 2, Synchronized
Swimming 1, 2, jr. Girls' Glee Club 1g Sr.
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Varsity Chorale 2,
3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3 3 Vice President
Sophomore Class, Secretary jr. Classg "Plain
Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Senior Play 4. and Fancy" 2, All-State Choir 3.
"Full of fun and good times is he."
"An impish laugh with a darling
Sr. Girls' Int. 93 F.H.A. 10.
"A closed mouth catches no flies."
"I'll get by.
Folk Dancing 1, 2, 3-Secretary 2g Hi-Y 3,
4, Yorker Club 2, Baton Twirling 2, 33 Field
Hockey Team 13 Cheerleading 1, 4, Sr. Band
1, 25 Sr. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Girls'
Glee Club 1, jr. Class Vice President,
"Plain and Fancy" 23 Student Council Rep.
15 Synchronized Swimming lg journalism 4f
Camera Club 1, Chess Club 2, 4g Ind. Arts Future Nurses Club 1, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45
Club 2, 3, 49 Track 1, 2, Sr. Band 1, 2, 3, 43 jr. Red Cross 1.
Erie County Band 3g "Plain 8z Fancy" 2,
Senior Play 4.
-A great guy with top musical abil
Silence is golden
. . .4
Nilza and Judy cooking. Christmas at the Ross's with
' Nilza and Judy
NILZA MARTIN MOLINA
This year's foreign exchange student is from Brazil, the native land of the samba and the bossa
nova. Nilza is staying with the Adrian Ross family in Akron.
Nilza was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and now lives with her parents and her brother, Sylvio,
in a small town called Pompeia. Her father is a bookkeeper, and her brother is a dentist.
While she was in Brazil, Nilza was in the last year of an elementary teaching course which has
twelve subjects. When she finishes school in Brazil, she intends to go on to college, which is called
faculty in her country, and major in English.
Nilza has a thought she would like to pass on to all of you. It is in the following verse by Bruce
"We get from people what we give,
We find in them what we bring,
And the changes are not changes in
Them so much as changes in-ourselves."
36 The Ross family. The Molina family.
We, 'the Senior Class of 1963, being of sound mind and body, do hereby set our seal to this, our
last Will and Testament. We will to these people our well-known talents, attributes, and most cher
ished possessions: P
Allen we leave the Akronite deadlines met,
Bacheller we leave a large bottle of aspirin,
Bates we leave our ability to read minds,
Borkholder we leave 3,000 back issues of Newsweek,
Brown we leave an Advanced Biology class with everyon
Brown we leave our guidance folders,
Brusky we leave a cooking class that cleans up after itself,
Burgel we leave a copy of our favorite play, Macbeth,
Columbus we leave a piano tuner,
Cooley we leave one student with a perfect French accent,
Churchill we leave our booming voices,
Farr we leave pleasant memories,
George we leave our mental health posters,
Groves we leave our tardiness for Varsity Chorale,
Helwig we leave some heat for the auditorium,
Hood we leave our ability to talk faster than his dictation,
Johnson we leave
Ludwick we leave
MacCoy we leave
Martiny we leave
all our compositions,
one student who types without peeking atisthe keys,
a safety belt,
a class that doesn't hook up the bunsen burner to the water tap,
Monahan we leave our Economic World outlines,
Stapleton, our wonderful Senior Play director, we leave the Class of 1964 and their play
Tomczak we leave a class of orderly, well-mannered freshmen,
Vossler we leave a new book of passes and the stapler in the journalism room,
Walker we leave the deficit in the Press Club budget:
Williams we leave a large supply of tranquilizers.
Signed this day of june 24, 1963
President, Class of 1963
As Seniors, the Class of 1963 look back over the last four years and find it hard to realize
that they are being graduated. The following is a brief summary of the outstanding activities
of their past four years.
In their Freshman year, under the advisorship of Mr. Roger Farr, the class enthusiastically
sponsored the Dream Boy Bounce, which proved to be very successful. During the next two
years, in order to build up funds for the treasury, the class held various candy, nut, and bake
sales. In both their Sophomore and Junior years, they held roller skating parties which were
In their Junior year, class rings were ordered the first week of school and were received in
November. Major activities included sales, a sock dance, and the Prom, "Three Coins in the
Fountain," which they co-sponsored with the Seniors of 1962.
Shortly after their Senior year began, the Class of 1963 began preparations for graduation by
having Senior pictures taken. The Senior play, "Father of the Bride," and the Sadie Hawkins
Dance were sponsored and presented by the class. Toward the end of the year, the junior-
Senior Prom, the Senior Picnic, and a Senior Banquet were held and attended by the Class
All in all, the four years at A.C.S. went by all too fast, but they hold memories that will
always be cherished.
President: Neva Hessler Vice P1'e.fident.' Dean Cheavacci
Secrelary: David Aquino T1'earz4rer.' Sally Nichols
Student Court Reprerenlathzer
1962 Jfu.-Qu. Pfwaw
This year's Senior play, "Father
of the Bride," was presented on
November 16th and 17th, 1962,
in the A.C.S. Auditorium. The
play was directed by Mrs. Myra
Stapleton and was a tremendous
Last year's Jr.-Sr. Prom was held on May 18, 1962, The queen,
Sandra Cory, and the king, Rick Rozelle, were crowned. A court
of princes and princesses was also chosen by the Senior class. The
prince and princess, Dave Aquino and Susan White, were also
This year's Sadie Hawkins Dance was held
on November 22, 1962, in the high school
gym. Little Abner was Peter Aldred, Daisy
Mae was Sue White, Marryin' Sam was Sam
Truglio, and Divorcin' Dan was Gerry Summe.
The gym was decorated to suit the theme. It
was a huge success and all who attended enjoyed
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MOST STUDIOUS MOST GIRLISH MOST HUMOROUS
Lynn Beyser MOST MANNISH Sharon johnson
Bob Smith Sue White R011 Miller
MOST ATHLETIC 4
MOST LIKELY TO
MOST ARTISTIC BEST LEADER BEST DRESSED
Brenda Martin Sharon johnson Judy ROSS
jim Place Bob Smith Tony Rader
N ilza Molina
"Study, study, study . . . this high school
work is a d0g's life!"
ROW 1: Mr. Walker, C. Walker,
C. Yousey, L. Logel, G. Abrams,
A. Printup, P. Doxtader, P.
Giesler, S. Becker, D. Rehwaldt,
J. Cummings, M. Schmigel
ROW 2:,G. Iago, B. MacC0y, L.
Bedford, C, Drachenberg, D. Pok-
orski, G. Babel, L. Mietz, D. Lom-
bard, J. Flint
ROW 1: R. Yeager, J. Poodry, A.
Frodin, M. Pafk, C. Walters, A.
Cummings, R, Schucraft, M. Keller,
M. Mirrioni, J. Asmus, Mr. Farr
ROW 2: D. Coulson, G. Burchell,
K.' Wagner, I. Gruber, B. Bruning,
L, Clasgens, I. Drachenberg, R.
ROW 3: R. Pacer, R. Kelkenberg,
W. Glena, L. Gilbert
ROW 1: J, Bednar, C. Smith, I.
Martino, E. Bedford, G. Bedford,
M. Johnson, D. Shearman, K. Bos-
kat, M. Mansell, S. Lane, Mr. Hel-
ROW 2: S. Trinkle, D. Kozloski,
D. Raduns, L. Babel, R. Fothering-
ham, D. Schultz, H. Finger, J.
Willig, J. Brand, C. Hurne ,
ROW 3: R. Grover, G. Bitterman,
R. Rogers, D. Drachenberg, D.
ROW 1: Mr. Rozelle, P. Wrono-
wicz, P. Hinds, S. Cummings, S.
Thomas, L. McCoy, S. Snell, A.
Steiner, L. Foster, L. Schultz, B.
Curphey, J. Carmer, H. King
ROW 2: R, Swader, G. Cummings,
D. Jemison, J. Berry, D. Perry, R.
Marble, D. Kossuth, J. Bartel, M.
ROW 1: Mr. Martiny, D. johnson,
I. Zurlo, P. Rosenberg, G. Gerace,
N. Kinney, L. Logan, J. Griffiths,
H. Snyder, D. Finger, L. Zimmer-
ROW 2: B. Hartranft, J. Cory, S.
Smith, J. Bero, E. Houlihan, J.
Espersen, B. Raduns, I. Cummings
ROW 3: A. Flor, A. Carroll, M.
McConkey, D. Bucceri, N. Abra-
ham, R. Kubis, R. Groff
ABSENT: C. Nanni
Vice Pres.-SUE LANE
Student Court-EILEEN BEDFORD
ROW 1: N. Everett, C. Totton, C.
Mecklenberg, S. Tippett, D. Chap-
man, J. Moore, M. Krieger, R.
Kedzierski, M. Leavitt, D. Mont-
ville, M, Cummings, Mrs. Cooley
ROW 2: P. Wagner, R. Wilson, J.
Furminger, D. Lindke, K. Daniels,
N. Van Buren, S. Weber, A. Reb-
mann, L. Moses, G. Cescon
ROW 3: K. DeFries, G. Kumro,
G. Payne, I. Young
ABSENT: J. Ciurzynski, M. Man-
sell, C. Parker, S. Troyer
ROW 1: S. Smith, J. Remsen, B.
.DeYoung, B. Abrams, J. Tilling-
hest, B. Rosenberg, E. George, N.
Keller, S. Lutz, 1. Kleparek, D.
Husing, Mr. Hayes
ROW 2: R. Hollenbeck, W. Pafk,
J. Stuber, V. Rugg, J. Stilke, D.
Wheeler, C. Kyser, D. Caporali
G. Bower, I.. Stratton
ROW 3: D. Campbell, A. Edmister,
T. Hibbard, F. Jago, A, Odell, J.
Cummings, M. Hudomint, R. Par-
ker, H. Harvey
ROW 1: M. Carlo, L. Finch, L.
Meininger, E. Kwaitkowski, R.
Daguano, D. Ellsworth, S. Whit-
mire, K. Lindke, T. Stapleton, B.
Pask, M. Fotheringham, Mrs.
ROW 2: H. Blueye, S. Nice, K.
Meyer, L. Bettio, M. Steimer, M.
Fahey, R. Lewis, D. Baich, D.
ROW 3: P. Cummings, B. Mac-
Coy, J. Hellert, K. Blish, W. Matu-
sek, P. Wheat, T. Biernacki
ABSENT: D. Bernhardt, J. Caputo
I Pres.-BEN DeYOUN G Treas.-KATHY DANIELS
Vice Pres.-DICK LEWIS Student Court-HENRIETTA BLUEYE
Se-2--CHERYL KAISER student coumi-ERIC WILSON
ROW 1: L. Parker, M. Hutchinson,
F, Martiny, A. Denton, B. Mc-
Gregor, S. Fry, D. Gruclas, D. Rib-
beck, A. Overholt, G. Deahn, Mr.
ROW 2: D. Errick, D. Niezgloda,
I. Schleef, J. Keller, S. Baill, C.
ROW 3: -I. Rebovich, A. Prinzbach,
T. Houlihan, G. jufer, D. DeLeys
ROW 4: A. Nicometi, J. Edwards,
R. Ciurzynski, M. GrOllHCl
ROW 1: P. Mallo, C. Hall, A.
Zola, V. Bower, L. Cummings, K.
Yousey, H. Schultz, N. Robnett,
L. Kinney, J. Baker, K. Balch, C.
Mattioli, H. Laese, Mr. Dodson
ROW 2: R. Lewis, R. Ball, D.
Schubel, J. Hart, C. Yoder, M.
Edmister, M. Truglio, J. Clark, J.
Owen, B. Murray
ROW 5: M. Carrner, S. Brucker,
K. Litfin, G. Grabbenstetter
ROW 1: L. Rosenberg, L. johnson,
B. Lindke, J. Lawrence, B. Lathrop,
G. Fox, L. Babiarz, S. Ewald, D.
Leising, E. Keehn, J. Cleary, M.
Joslyn, K. Glomb, Mrs. Ludwick
ROW 2: Jack Kroening, M. Welsh,
F. Lega, G. Ceisner, D. Abrams,
K. Miller, T. Carroll, D. Hutchin-
son, D. Richardson, M. Socha, J.
Swader, T. Yoder
ROW 3: F. Kingsley, T. New-
comb, M. Lauridsen
ROW 1: R. Parker, E. Buckley, W.
Bishop, J. Snyder, G. Remington, B.
Dickinson, j. Dean, T. Bartram, L.
Neuroth, L. Kraatz, Mr. Monahan.
ROW 2: L. Veltz, T. Stone, J.
ROW 3: S. Wall, C. Bedford, F.
Babel, C. Reigle, C. Crane, K.
Weaver, S. Klinglesmith, A. De-
Young, J. Spaeth, M. Kingsley, K.
ROW 4: J. DiLuzio, A. Black, N.
ROW 1: Mr. Tomczak, R. Blic-
kensderfer, B. Diviski, G. Bell, R.
Kenny, J. George, P. Kingsley,
M. Abraham, K. Wall, D. Frey,
ROW 2: K. Dylag, H. Herwick
N. Corbett, K. Pagels, M. Pafk
M. White, T. Campbell, W. Robin-
son, B. Gerace, C. Alferi, K. Stae-
ROW 3: M. Leeds, P, Groff, D.
Lindke, J. Mann, J. Yousey, P.
Martin, K. Baker
ROW 1: D. Neal, P. Johnson, M.
Drachenberg, S. Schaller, M. An-
derson, L. Kraatz, P. Schmigel,
M. Stanbury, A. Sundown, S.
Bartlett, L. Hurne, Miss Churchill
ROW 2: D. Wolfe, R. Fisher, R.
McLeod, S. Poodry, M. Stever,
P. Leavitt, J. Bordonaro
ROW 3: T. Van Buren, T. Hirsee,
J. Walters, G. Karl, R. Kwandrans,
C. Schurr, J. Skellon, D. swader,
J. Battaglia, P. Schoenwetter
Vice Pres.-KAREN STAEBELL
Student Court-PEGGY JOHNSON
Student Council-BETTY LINDKE
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ROW 1: G. Owen, D. Wight, J.
Ludwick, C, Fink, S. Groff, E.
Parker, P. Wagner, R. Rosenberg,
K. Poodry, E. Husing, S. Huth
ROW 2: E. Lease, R. Bedford, W.
Bradley, P. McLeod, D. Sundown,
C. Schoenwetter, L. Roll, M. Clark,
J. Helecki, Miss Brown
ROW 5: E. Kitalson, T. Whiting,
P, Burner, B. Doctor, J. Susfolk
ROW 1: P. Lewis, D. Weidman,
D. Hoctor, B. Schoenthal, S. Swift,
M. Winter, R. Wyder, H. Hartwig,
J. Schlegal, J. Bitterman, T. Cough-
lin, M. McCormick, Mr. Swift
ROW 2: M. Johnson, P. Ford,
J. Bunt, B. Clear, P. Parker, V.
Grounds, S. Blueye, G. Doctor,
E. Sutton, M. I-Ieberling, M. Brege,
ROW 1: D. Blackman, S. For-
restel, R. Muck, J. Feldman, J.
Hessler, K. Deinhardt, K. Tippett,
F. Houlihan, H. Rosenberg, C.
Reinke, K. Hudson, D. Ritecz, L.
ROW 2: G. Pafk, P. Mast, K. Tay-
lor, B. Goeske, J. Trugilio, M.
Rudolph, M. Hammond, S. Leising,
D. Krushke, D. Harvey, M. George
ROW 1: J. Bower, S. Hoste, D.
Reigle, D. Pogel, H. Smith, P.
Carroll, D. Bucceri, J. Kwandrans,
E. Bedford, J. Stanley, Mr. Dem-
ROW 2: D. Hoehman, F. Wrono-
wicz, B. Eldred, F. Lowder, A.
Groff, M. Rood, R. Ficher, R.
Baehr, T. VanBuren, S. White, J.
ROW 3: J. Martino, G. Dieterle,
P. Wheat, C. Burchell, R. New-
'eThey say that high school homework
ROW 1: F. Cowan, B. Bartram,
B. Skellon, R. Swacler, S. Brant,
ROW 2: D. Moore, P. Zola, B
Socha, B. Cummings, M. Roggen
ROW 5: C. Clark, J, Miller, P.
Witkowski, C. Williams, B. Iago
ROW 4: R. Golpl, J. Olszewski
B. Yousey, D. Rodgers, L. Hill
G. Parker, L. Wronowicz, B.
Groff, S. Swiatowy, C. Burchell,
I. Keller, D. Pisaneschi
ROW 1: B. Roberts, J. Schuma-
cher, B, Wilson, C. Abrams
ROW 2: J. Rosenberg, C. Lashway,
M. McDermott, K. Baehr, 1. Hurne
ROW 3: K. Rudolph, D. Mietz,
E. Much, M. De Young, Mrs. Bates
ROW 4: S. Lowder, K. Pogel,
K. Anderson, J. Capan
ROW 5: W. Bill, A. Corbett, R.
Fisher, R. White, C. Netzley, G.
Cero, L. Bishop, P. Smith, C.
Geyer, M. Bartram
ABSENT: D. Stegman
ROW 1: P. Milani, C. Victor, D.
Schmigel, T. Fenton, M. Bordonaro
ROW 2: E. Wolak, M. Pacer, G.
Staebell, K. Feldman, P. Feagles
ROW 5: . Richardson, P. Over-
holt, D, Martin, J. Jamieson, S.
ROW 4: J. Mattioli, D. McLeod,
W. Riwecz, S .Kraatz, C. Pifer, L.
Spears, Mrs. Webster, M. Hartzler,
S. jemison, N. Eckerson, D. Cum-
mings, J. Capan
ROW 1: L. Jacobsen, C. Alfieri,
W. Brust, L. Groff, L, Witkop
ROW 2: D. Lowder, N. Parker, R.
Remsen,.D. DeFries, T. Stuber
ROW 3: W. Keppler, L. Plueck-
hahn, J. Brucker, A. Foster, P.
ROW 4: T. Troyer, D. Covel, D.
Pafk, B, Hollenbeck, H. Doctor,
B. Truax, J. Keller, R. Mack, B.
Swiniarski, C. Ciurzynski, L.
Doman, M. Hanson, G. Cummings,
L. Winter, Mrs. Shisler
ROW 1: S. Parker, L. Weaver, D.
Pizley, B. Nehrboss, T. Arnold
ROW 2: L. Specler, M. Springer,
G. Bernier, K. Babel, M. Hartl
ROW 5: K. Finger, P. Kozoda, K.
Pawlick, S. Baker, E, Werner
ROW 4: N. Kraatz, L. Hofmeier
D. Altrogge, C. Russell, G. Stanley
D. Hart, D. Mecklenberg, J. Cas:
sell, C. Rebman, D. Blackman
Mrs. Wade, B. Betzold, L. Bettio
J. Yousey, S, Wands, J. Bittermani
D. Cummings, M. Downey
ROW 1: M. Scrog, B. Doman, F.
Koons, J. Holtz, S. Alfieri
ROW 2: M, Logel, P. Miles, K.
Miles, G. Schultz, K. Parker
ROW 5: A. Mattei, D. Swimline,
C. Lindke, J. Furminger, M. Brege
ROW 4: E. Berghorn, 1. Lloyd,
M. Wagner, L. Peck, B. Powell,
Mrs. Neal, C. Rosenberg, J. Keller,
D, Swader, D. Kumro, L. Schafer,
ROW 1: K. Lashway, R. Steiner,
D. Stone, R. Muggelberg, S.
ROW 2: L. Brewer, R. Bedford,
J. Schumacher, D. Bluhm, C. Zim-
ROW 3: K. Hauser, K. Kenney, T.
Blacklock, S. Walker, K. Covert
ROW 4: E, Parpost, C. Ritecz,
T. Richardson, P. Forrestel, P.
George, R. Abrams, N. Johnstone,
C. Childs, B. Conibear, N. Finger,
A. Claude, Mrs. Fix
ROW 1: J. Guizzotti, R. Fry, R.
Hutchings, E. Winter, A. Keller
ROW 2: R. McGregor, D. Drupski,
B. Watts, N. Cope, R. Speder
ROW 3: I. Johnson, K. Ewald, M.
Ribbeck, J. Brockway, D. Reuben
ROW 4: A. Kopacz, S. Porter, C.
Abrams, J. Bower, C. Parker, F.
Clear, Mrs. Hartzler, I. Schrock,
F. Giertz, J. Lockhart, R. Hutchin-
son, D. Baich
ROW 1: M. Hocton, S. Holovics,
ROW 2: J. Geddes, J. Burke, D.
jones, C, Prunner, K. Schultz
ROW 5: L. Bradley, T. Groff, T.
Kennedy, H. Pechumen, R. Webster
ROW 4: C. Cero, J. Freeman, D.
Kumro, P. Noody, F. Wetmore
ROW 5: K. Denton, B. Doctor,
B. Lindke, C. Logan, T. Yousey
ROW 5: Mrs. Fleischmann, J.
Whitbeck, S. Blake, M. Schoenthal,
ROW 1: M. Wik, M. Houlihan,
B. Glomb B Gerstun
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Row 2: D. Ribbeck, M. Clark,
S. Starr, J. Parker
ROW 3: D. Johnson, D. Bow, D.
O'Dell, I. Dress
ROW 4: G. Smith, M, Mansell
K. Fry, D. Leavitt, R. Regan, Ri
ROW 5: Mrs. Stage, M. Reynolds
C. Furminger, A. Bower, L. Sy,
ROW 1: H. De Lelys, L. Werner,
R. Pechuman, E. Hill, B. Bower
ROW 2: P. Throm, N. Holtz, D.
Lowder, D. Gerstung, J. McCol-
ROW 3: D. Sowinski, D. Pruner,
W. Weidel, M. Ribbeck, R. Whit-
ROW 4: M. Bruning, P. McConkey,
G. Ribbeck, D. Baich, K. Kruschke
ROW 5: Mrs. Shelly, D. Heberling,
S. Bedford, L. Dieterle, A. Ground,
R. Weiler, M. Hoehman
ROW 1: E. Houlihan, W. Sy, W
Skye, C. Crane, R. Yousey
ROW 2: L. Schoenthal, N. Reuben
T. Lotz, S. Kenney, N. Ceisner
ROW 3: K. Karcher, P. Burdick
D. Spears, C. Peck, J. Carges
ROW 4: S. Oldenski, N. Bil, N
Roll, N. Smith, S. Parker
ROW 5: M. Fisher, M. Zola, S
Bishop, P. Legal, V. Johnstone, Mrs
Weeks, K. Swiniarski, C. Garrett,
P. Montville, B. Litfin, D. Dietz
ROW 1: E. Easton, L. Pask, D.
Gilbert, N. Leavitt, E. Webster
ROW 2: A. Printup, D. jones, D.
Pask, D. Pleuckhahn, R. Wolfe,
ROW 3: A. Veltz, D. Begiers, K.
Leavitt, M. Ribbeck, R. Wiseman,
ROW 4: J. Reagan, L. Wik, P.
Noody, L. Stanley, M. Wideman,
S. Rogers, J. Kress, Mrs. Lombardo
ABSENT: C. Cantie
ROW 1: D. Reuben, R. Swader,
D. Ottaviani, J. Walters, M. Scrogg
ROW 2: R. Schafer, M. Midecke,
R. Adamkowski, J. Burt, J. Rib-
ROW 3: S. Leeds, C. Bruning, D.
Swiatowy, A. Keller, R. Schultz
ROW 4: B. Groff, N. Steimer,
E. Stanley, T. Schubel, B. Weaver
ROW 5: D. Swiatowy, L. Ribbeck,
E. Maloney, J. Peters, S. Wall, T.
Horner, P. Poodry, B. Parker, B.
ROW 6: Mr. Laskie, Mrs. Hume
ROW 1: T. Blish, M. Uljanov, L.
Bordonaro, B. Lloyd, G. Granke
ROW 2: R. Fahey, C. Winter, Ro.
Nehrboss, D. Koons, R. Leising
ROW 3: K. Clark, B. Tippett, C.
Rosenberg, L. Pask, S. Martin, D.
ROW 4: M. Duguay, C. Calopy,
M. Reinke, M. Parzych, M. Leib,
J. De Young, M. Forrestel, S.
Knop, D. Fink, S, Dye, M. Jalitus,
L. Perry, J. Mann
ROW 1: S. Klehn, L. Bedford, A.
ROW 2: P. Welsh, J. Laffosse, M.
Skomski, R. Kress
ROW 5: J. Wideman, M. Cum-
mings, R. Robnett, M. Ground
ROW 4: C. Veltz, B, Bower, K
Roggen, D. Lowder
ROW 5: G. Abrams, J. McCol-
lister, L. Smith, L. Smith
ROW 6: S. Flanders, P. Pitas, J.
Downey, C. Glena, N. Brunner,
ROW 1: I. Stanley, G. Homes-
berger, S. Mecca, S. Wands, R.
ROW 2: P. Bedford, D. Frye, S.
Snyder, P. Manning, M. Frey, D.
ROW 3: D, Farrell, P. Winnie,
J. Rogers, S. Shafer, S. Burone,
ROW 4: S. Walker, S. Pacer, M.
Babel, M. Yousey, K. Covel, D.
Doman, T. Jones, Mrs. Johnson,
L. Ribbeck, D. Sescil, L. Socha
ROW 1: W. Ground, E. Hoehman,
D. De Young, N. Brunner
ROW 2: D. Stock, D. Berghorn,
K. Schrock, R. Wall, W. Paxon
ROW 3: G. Smith, A. Scrogg,
C. Cero, L. Bow, D. Parker, M.
ROW 4: R. Kowalik, V. Wissinger,
B. Cummings, H. Hessler, C. Brust
ROW 5: K. Braun, S. Kingsley,
J. Fisher, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Gil-
bert, J. Koss, B. Johnson, M. Mar-
ROW 1: B. DeLelys, C. Brauen
P. Fitzsimmons, L. Pagels, S
ROW 2: M. Jonathan, A. Porter,
J. Mack, 1. Wright, F. Abrams,
P. Troyer, F. Wagner, T. Schuler,
L. Varo, D. Fisher, T. Herrington,
ROW 3: Miss Graf, M. Keller, T.
Witkop, S. Kelley, M. Colopy, M.
Krz kowski S. Pacheco . Sow
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inski, G. Logan, A. Mello, R.
ROW 1: S. Lega, R. Blish, M.
Flanders, R. Pixley, R. Campbell
ROW 2: L. Fitzsimmons, R. Hof-
meier, M. Kennedy, T. Noody, B.
ROW 5: K. Anderson, J. Peters,
K. Ewald, D. Steiner, J. Baker
ROW 4: D. Gerstung, E. Man-
ning, M. Brown, J. Trigilio, S.
Dieterle, M. Skye, A. Abrams, G.
Smith, B. Hellert, L. Snyder, J.
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Keller, V. Kraatz
ROW 1: K. Kenyon, A. Guizzotti,
j. Brege, F. Maloney, B. Wight,
ROW 2: D. Bromstead, R. Leis-
ing, M. Duguay, J. Case, K. Etzold
ROW 5: P. Clark, B. Nixon, M.
Stapleton, J. Bluhm, D. Flading,
ROW 4: L. Gallo, D. Casseri, M.
Cummings, R. Skellon, R. Forres-
tel, P. Hammond, W. Reuben, D.
Davis, J. Hill, Mrs. Matteson
ROW 1: N. Raduns, C. Pann, V.
Ribbeck, P. Cummings, A. Reinke
C. Miles P, Kroemer K. Sta le:
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ton, D. Olson, E. Bruning
ROW 2: M. Berzold, S. Francis
G. Nowicki, J. Dye, v.. McNutt,
T. Hartl, S. Miller, R. Brady, T.
Vanice, C. Claude
ROW 3: D. Gonsowski, C. Alex-
ander, A. Gibbons, D. Newman
J. Hebefling, N, Alfieri, c. Ribf
beck, C. Kraatz, C. Swiatowy
ROW 4: Mrs. Dunbar
ROW 1: M. Muchow, R. Rebmann,
N. Wolak, C. Wagner, M. Mir-
rione, J. Sweitzer
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ner, B, Baker
ROW 3: L. Knapp, S. Doctor, D.
Bradfield, K. Rogers, D. Bontrager,
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Wight, C. Etzold, R. Baran, A
Jones, M. Valente
ROW 5: F. Reuben, M. Bluhm, R.
Doktor, L. Hartwig, J. Scotland,
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K. Johnstone, R. Williams, R
ROW 2: A. Wright, V. Jacobsen
L. sanfolini, D. Berghorn, s. Kazz
ROW 3: V. Jemison, W. Hurne,
V. Reuben, R. Milam, G. Pifer
ROW 4: R. Cero, D. Stuber, C
Wissinger, B. Rudolph, B. Reh:
ROW 5: R. Ritecz, T. Bassanello
R. Ground, G. Bedford, L. Childs
G. Martino, N, Brockway, D. More:
head, L, Johannes, C. Kelley
ROW 6: Mrs. Hutchinson
ROW 1: K. Baehr, T. Morehead,
T. Morgan, R. Witkop, R. Nichols
ROW 2: J. Homesberger, K. Wall,
D. Marquardt, G. Hill, D. Shafer
ROXV 3: R. Schrock, C. Kinne, D.
Kress, M. Garrett, N. Whiting
ROW 4: G. Shaw, R. Kasperek,
D. Pacheco, R. Ribbeck, P. Pafk,
S. Moore, T. Cnrges, G. Olson, G.
jackson, R. Pleuckhahn, L. Spears,
C. Graff, G. Clark
ROW 1: G. Abraham, D. Scarbor-
ough, M. Oliver, B. Murry, S.
ROW 2: M. Stratton, E. Cum-
mings, L. Elclred, M. Penko, D.
ROW 3: J. Frey, M. Anderson, C.
johnson, J. Jonathan, D. Cum-
ROW 5: T. johnson, M. Regan
K. Keller, S. Blake, V. Robnett,
J. De Young, D. Kenney, D.
Begiers, P. Doctor, N. Koehller,
,M. Rice, S. Steiner, B. Miller, K.
Mack, Mrs. Gerber
ROW 1: D. Thomas, B. Cum-
mings, E. Steimer, D. Starr, M.
Row 2: D. Rosenberg, K. Smith
A. Wagonblott, J. Bradley, Di
Row 3: A. Blackman, L. Weiclel
D. Printup, L. Goefmz, C. Bitter:
ROW 4: S. Johnson, J. Pruner, D.
Hill, W. Ground, J. Wronowicz
P. Weaver, J. DiLorenzo,
Odell, C. Ground, K. Pafk, H.
Nayman, M. Hart, D. Wilson
ROW 5: Miss Racllowski, Mrs
ROW 1: H. Bruning, D. Doman,
S. Ludwick, B. Brengel, M. Vanice
ROW 2, G. Rogers, D. Wissinger,
R. Sy, R. Kelley, V. Reuben
ROW 3: C. Smith, T. Lashway,
J. LaFosse, S. Lemanski, D. Black-
man, W. Ball
ROW 4: S. Kaxody, T. Lacki, J.
Cheney, C. Hansen, S. Reigle, D.
ROW 5: C. Wilkins, G. PeQueen,
A. Cory, F. George, J. Wideman,
B. Ribbeck, S. Wehling, Mrs. Mac-
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ROW 2: S. Dulkiewicz, J. Wilson,
D. Riemer, L. Vanice, T. Witkop,
L. Klawer, E. De Young, B. Skel-
ton, T. Case
ROW 3: Mrs. Pentecost, A. Oppel,
D. Downey, M. Minear, J. Babel,
J. Carrubba, W. Campbell, E.
ROW 1: R. Robnett, R. Lashway,
B. Dean, R. johnson, J. Chapman,
M. Spagnuola, E. Swader, B. Giertz
ROW 2: Miss Churchill, L. Rib-
beck, B. Black, R, Baer, P. Pe-
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D. Litfin, L. Jamieson, S. Cum-
mings, L. Snyder, J. Meyer, J. Roh-
loff, N. Burt, B. Greenman
ROW 1: L. Lederhouse, J. Worden,
V. Weaver, C, Jacobs, W. Ribbeck,
M. Cummings, R. Gibbons, D. Paw-
ROW 2: M. Bluhm, P. Boskat,
J. Mandolene, S. Williams, R.
Anderson, K. Arnold, D. Lowder,
J. Cummings, L. David
ROW 5: D. Alexander, S. Bruning,
J, Kinne, M. Duguay, Y. Smith,
S. Kazmierczak, W. Childs, T.
Phister, A. Colopy, C. Marquardt,
ROW 1: L. Wagonblott, I. Welch,
R. Anderson, D. Hofmeier, L.
Brust, R. Eldred, T. Bluhm, C.
Adamkowski, T. Plueckhahn
ROW 2: D. Bushhammer, T. Fry,
M. Brady, P. Walker, J. Trigilio,
B. Rewaldt, V. Mirrione, R. Hudo-
mint, D. Rosenberg
ROW 5: Miss Churchill, P. Rem-
ington, M. Fahey, C. Flading, J
Pask, S. Philips, L. Stegman, K
Wahl, D. DiLorenzo, M. Reynolds
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Sr. Vice Pres.-DAVE AQUINO
Jr. Vice Pres.-SYBIL SMITH
Chief Justice-DAVE AQUINO
Vice Pres.-MARJORIE PASK
Vice Pres.-JUDITH ROSS
Vice Pres.-GARY BITTERMAN
Vice Pres.-JANICE CUMMINGS
Vice Pres.-LYNN MEITZ
Vice Pres.-DAVID NIEZGODA
Vice Pres.-LARRY BABEL
Vice Pres.-JOEY REMSEN
Vice Pres.-GAIL SCHULTZ
JUDIT H ROSS
ANN MARIE GERACE
Vice Pres.-TOM YODER
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Vice Pres.-RICHARD LEWIS
Crew Chief-JEFF BURDICK
Vice Pres.-ALBERT REBMAN
St. Council-TOM STAPLETON
3RD GRADE CHOIR
4TH GRADE CHOIR
TREBLE CLEF CHOIR
BEGINN ERS BAND
ELEMENTARY STRING CLASS
Throughout the years, A.C.S. has always been proud of the wide range of
activities it offers its students. Whether a student is sports-minded, intellectual, or
musically inclined, he is sure to find an activity which he will be certain to enjoy.
The activity advisors are to be greatly commended for their many hours of work.
Without them, our activities could not exist.
"How can l get my letter, staying in the
showers all the time?"
ROW 1: Coach W'etzen, D. Kossuth, B. Downey, G. Summe. M. Tinney, P. Aldred, G. Walker, D. Casseri. Il.
Burdick, B. Pingitore, G. Burchell, N. Abraham
ROXW 2: Coach Swift. D. Harvey, M. Ground, D. johnson, R. Kubis. D. jemison, B. MacCoy, j. Willig, R. Pacer.
D. Perry, J. Bartel, J. Zurlo, D. Bucceri
ROW 3: Coach jenkins, Coach Scappa, R. Lewis, A. Rebman, D. Campbell. R. Kelkenberg, R, Moses, A. Edmister.
K. Wagner, D. Drachenberg, A. Carroll. J. Gruber, M. Lauridsen
After a miserable start, the Akron football Tigers finished the season with Ll rush and compiled
an impressive 4 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie record, which was good enough for a third place finish
in the Niagara Orleans League standings.
Akronls poor start was probably due to the fact that a young team was playing together for the
first time and lacked cohesiveness. But coaches Wetzen and Scappa worked the team hard, and one
could see that the team was beginning to jell when they played Albion. Although they were de-
feated, they controlled play throughout the game. In the Tigers' next game they defeated previously
unbeaten Wilson, and from this point on, there was no stopping the Tigers.
The team was honored at the season's end when several of the team members were mentioned for
all-star positions. Senior tackle Mike Tinney was selected for the first all-star team, and seniors Dick
Casseri, Bruce Downey, and jeff Burdick were selected for the second team. Casseri was voted Akron's
most valuable player by his teammates. Other seniors finishing their football careers at A.C.S. were
Barry Pingitore, George Walker, and Pete Aldred.
The outlook for next year is bright, with a host of new juniors and sophomores moving up. Good
PETE ' '
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ROW 1: R. Smith, D. Aquino, D. johnson, J. Zurlo, J. Berry
ROW 2: L. Moses, mgr., G. Burchell, N. Abraham, D. Frodin, R. Casseri, G. Payne, mgr., Mr. Swift '
The Tigers, coached by Van Swift, came up with the best basketball team at Akron in at least 23
years as they compiled a Niagara-Orleans League record of 10 wins and 6 losses which was good
enough for a third place finish. This enabled the Tigers to compete in the Section VI Class "B"
Sectionals which were played after the yearbook went to press.
After a poor start, in which they lost in overtime to Wilson and were soundly beaten by Roy-Hart,
the Tigers hit the victory trail, winning their next three. junior forward jim Berry showed Akron
fans things to come as he came through with a school record of 32 points in the loss to Wilson.
The Tigers went on to win six out of their final seven games, with the biggest win over Roy-
Hart. In this game the Tigers came on to win after trailing by sixteen points in the third period.
Akron's leading scorer was jim Berry, who compiled a 17.3 point average which was the second
best in the league. Behind him was Joe Zurlo. The major share of the rebounding was done by Dick
Casseri and Nick Abraham.
The outlook for next year is very good as only four seniors, Dick Casseri, Dave Aquino, Bob
Smith, and Dan Frodin, will be graduating. The junior Varsity, which compiled a 9-7 record, has
many bright prospects to add to the talents of the remaining juniors.
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ROW 1: Mr, Jenkins, B. MacCoy, H. Harvey, B. DeYoung, M. Ground, J. Remsen, T. Hibbard, W. Pafk, R.
Lewis, K. Blish
ROW 2: Mr. Swift, J. DiLuzio, J. Bordonaro, T. Newcomb, J. Owen, R. Ball, J. Hellert, D. Swader, L. Moses,
ROW 5: G. Doctor, A. Black, J. Dean, G. Karl, J. Susfolk, M. Pafk, J. George, K. Litfin, T. VanBuren.
ROW 4: D. Abrams, A. Black, D. Errick, J. Kaufman, M. Abraham, M. White, L. Kraatz, F. Lega, C. Hall, H.
ROW 1: B. Durski, A. Black, P. Wagner, W. Matusek, J. Remson, P. Leavitt, j. Bordonero.
ROW 2: M. Ground, M. White, T. Hibbard, K. Blish, J. DiLuzio, J. Edwards, G, Cescon, Mr. Jenkins
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Bitterman, D. Stanbury, D. Carroll, H. Harvey, B. MacCoy
ROW 2: Conch Schleich, D. Cheavacci, B. Pingitore, J. Flint, D. Bucceri, J. Willig, R. Solclal, G. Summe, B. Mac-
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ROW 1: Mr. Farr, M. McConkey, G. Bitterman, C. Hurne, G. Payne, R. Soltlal, D. Wolfe
ROW 2: D. Remington, C. Burchell, Mgrs.g D. Chapman, R. Braehmer, J. Mansell, D. Aquino, co-capt.g D.
Cheavacci, co-Capt., J. Berry, co-Capt.: M. George, R. Payne, mgrs.
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ROW 1: A. Flor, E. Kwiatkowski, P. Cummings, R. Solclnl, L. Cummings, B. MacCoy
ROW 2: Mr. Carges, D. Bemhurt, T. DeYoung, H. Ewertson, E. PeQueen, J. Edwards, P. Oduli, W. Place
ROW 1: R. Miller, B. Downey, D. johnson, E. Kozloski, A. Perry, G. Burchell J Zurlo J Berry
ROW 2: P. Aldred, D. Cheavacci, M. Laycock, R. Casseri, N. Sundown R Rozelle D Aqumo Coach Wetzen
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ROW 1: D. Dietz, W. Moleski, J. Fahey, W. Young, J. Newcomb, R. Zurlo, J. Bower,.R. Zimmerman, J.
Hawes, D. Abraham, M. Roberts, T. Swift
ROW 2: G. Becker, W. Asmus, D. Hoehman, D. Kruschke, R. Baehr, G. Pafk, M. Zimmerman, H. Finger,
M. Brege, K. Hammond, G. Doctor, R. Newman
ROW 3: D. Doxtrader, W. Hawes, K. Bordonaro, M. XX'ilson, J. Stanley, G. Dieterle, D. Criswell, P. Wagner.
A. Black, J. Logan, T. Martino
ROW 4: J. Logan, J. Mello, J. Remson
ROW 1: B. Schultz, D. Wolfe, D. Frey, J. George
ROW 2: T. Newcomb, T. VanBuren, M. Abraham, M. Paflc
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ROW 1: S. Smith, S. Tippett, L. Logel, S. Thomas, J. Mann, L. Clasgens, L. Meininger, B. McGregor, C
Totten, J. Caputo, L. Stratton, P. Fahey, R. Yeager, M. Wilson, P. Hines, D. Husing, C. Daniels, C. Weaver,
L. Cummings, K. Staebell, N. Corbett, A. DeYoung
ROW 2: B. Houlihan, G. Bower, M. Schmigel, G. Deahn, C. Balch, K. Pawlick, C. Alfieri, A. Cummings, M
Hutchinson, C. Kyser, F. Martiny, T. Stone, L. Kraatz, C. Crane, B. McLeod, P. Schmigel, H. Schultz, S. John-
son, S. Sutton, L. Zimmerman
ROW 3: E. Feagles, S. Poodry, A. George, L. Logen, O. Parker, C. Bedford, F. Babel, C. Yoder, H. Herwick,
D. Ellsworth, I. Johnson, M. Edmister, V. Bower, K. Fox, S. Nice, S. Ball, J. Keller, M. Carlo, H. Blueye, M
Leavitt, M. Joslyn, D. Neal
ROW 4: C. Walker, D. Schultz, G. Abrams, D. Wheeler, C. Sundown, B. Parker, A. Sundown, S. Troyer, G
Fox, C. Mattioli, E. Truax, J. Lawrence, G. Gerace, H. Finger, D. Finger, B. Abrams, E. George, N. Robnet'
M. Stanbury, P. Johnson, P. Martin, B. Lindke
ROW 1: R. Pacer, T. Hibbard, B. DeYoung, J. Dean, M. Lauridsen, W. Pafk, R. Ball, A. Edmister, R. Kelken-
berg, J. Bartel, G. Walker, R. Lewis
ROW 2: A. Black, M. Ground, D. Lindke, D. Perry, R. Kwandrans, T. Bartram, K. Blish, J. Drachenberg, J.
Zurlo, R. Casseri, D. Hutchinson
ROW 5: D. Fry, D. Wolfe, J. Remsen, J. George, J. DiLuzio, J. Bordonaro, G. Burchill, B. MacCoy, C. Hurne
ROE!! 4: J. Hellert, G. Cescon, S. Trinkl, M. White, K. NX'agner, A. Flor, P. Leavitt, E. Wilson, J. Gruber, J.
ROW 5: M. McConky, J. Edwards, H. Harvey, B. Durski, D. Chapman, B. Schultz, D. Fix, B. Matusek, A.
Odell, T. Newcomb, D. Abraham
ROW 6: L. Moses, Mr. Scappa, L. Cummings, J. Burdick, B. Downey, Mr. Wetzen
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ROW 1: N. Parker, F. Bedford, M. McCormick, L. Roll, E. Parker, M. Sundown, M. George, N. Carrol, J.
Lawrence, T. Whiting, B. Totten, K. Taylor, L. Hartwig, H. Smith, D. Bucceri, B. Martini, A. Forrestel, K.
ROW 2: K. McGregor, S. Steiner, A. Uljanov,' B. Schoenthal, J. Hessler, F. Lowcler, C. Deinhardt, N. Brunning,
L. Pierce, V. Ground, P. Parker, S. Blueye, P. Ford, P. Hallecki, A, Canti, B. Goeske, K. Wagile, S. Ceisner, M.
ROW 3: P. Carrol, C. Bohn, S. Aro, J. DiLuzio, L. Webster, C. Kapacz, M. Porter, S. White, F. Wronowicz,
M. Rudolph, M. Hammond, P. Kyser, C. Stratton, C. Sutton, J. O'Dell, B, Elclred, S. Groff, S. Schagel
ROW 1: Blackman, Pafk, Forrestel, George, Zimmerman, Altrogg, Harvey, Abraham, Berry, Cory, Moleski,
Wilson, Kreiger, Mr. Scappa, Mr. Wetzen, Blofk, Printup, Heberling, Briege, Doctor, Whiting, Rehwalt,
Pluechor, Lauridson, Logan, Skye, Wight, Mirroni
ROW 2: Leaderhouse, Rosenberg, Much, Houlihan, Sutton, Totten, Kostanciah, Gople, Glene, Hawes, Bitterman
Hauser, Swift, Nicometi, Brege, Coughlin, Asmus, Lauridson, Brege, Coughlin, Asmus, Laurinson, Rebman, Kep-
pler, Cummings, Rosenberg, Kasparek
ROW 3: George, Schmigel, Zimmerman, Errick, Zurlo, Ludwick, Beahr, Payne, Mollo, Fischer, Cummings
Keppler, Kumro, Mart, Hoctor, Rebbeck, Doxotden, Mirroni, Bower, Remsen, Newcomb, Fahey, Groff, Mani
ROW 4: Becker, Swader, Hollenbeck, Goeske, Mirrioni, Zimmerman, Reonington, jamesan, Roberts, Kinney
Dietz, Klinglesmith, Mecca, Bordonaro, Eckerson, McCleod, Stone, Prentice, Best, Young, Freeman, Finger
ROW 1: K. Balch, J. Caputo, D. Husing, S. Ciurzynski, A. Cummings, A. George, R. Yeager n
ROW 2: B. Abrams, K. Daniels, G. Deahn, L. Clasgens, G. Abrams, L, Zimmerman, J. Ross, G. Julrano, M
Schmigle, D. Wheeler, B, Houlihan
ROW 1: L. Cummings, N. Corbett, M. Stanbury, T. Stone, N. Robnett, P. Johnson, H. Schultz
ROW 2: P. Schmregle, B. McLeod, L. Meinninger, K. Wcver, A. De Young, C, Crane, C. Alfieri, L. Kraatz
J. Ross, S. Johnson, S. Smith, M. Wilson, G. juliano
L. to R.: B. Lindke, H. Herwick, N. Robnett, M. Fahey, L. Stratton, S. Tippett, M. Hutchinson
ROW 1: A. George, B. Martiny, A. Forrestal, T. Whiting, B, Abrams, V. Ground, C. Alfieri, M. Riggio, L.
Logan, M. Edmister
ROW 2: L. Clasgens, L. Zimmerman, A. De Young, D. Husing, E. George, K. McGregor, B. Totten, M.
Logan, M. Chapman, D. Neal, M. Stanbury, S. Steiner
ROW 3: L. Menninger, A. Frodin, D, Wheeler, P. Keyser, H. Finger, G. Abrams, B. Houlihan, D. Finger, N.
Hessler, N. Molina, J. O'Dell, J. Lawrence, G. Deahn, C. Sutton, C. Stratton, C. Lathrop
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ROW' 1: D. Fix, J. Willig, W. Matusek, P. Wagner, K. Wagner, J. Remsen, R. Wilson, D. Chapman
ROW 2: J. Schleef, K. Blish, N. Abraham, J. Gruber, J. Brand, D. Jemison, J. Bancroft, J. Young, Mr.
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ROW 1: J. Bitterman, D. Harvey, R. Whiting, R. Nicometi, P. Mast, P. Wheat, J. Luclwick, T. Golpl, Mr
ROW 2: H. Hammond, T. Walker, J. Krieger, J. Halecki, H. Rosenberg, T. Lederhouse, W. Swader
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ROW 1: S. johnson, E. Hall, S. Klawer, A. Gerace, S. Ciurzynski
ROW 2: M. DeYoung, B. Martin. M. Pask, M. Wilson, D. Aquino, L. Beyser, P. Aldred, J. Place, S. Sutton, Mr.
Walker, Mr. Vossler
This year the journalism Class, under the guidance of Mr. Albert Vossler and Mr. Thomas Wfalker
Q Business Advisorj, inaugurated many innovations.
Sylvia Sutton edited our monthly A.C.S. Review. For the first time the Review had tri-colored
covers which were produced by Brenda Martin and jim Place. Dave Aquino handled the sports
coverage and Marlene Wfilson was Business Manager.
The Student Reporter, a weekly page of school news in the Lockport Union-Sun and journal, often
featured articles from Akron. Lynn Beyser did the first semester's reporting, and Bill Wilson covered
the second semester's activities.
The journalism Class provided weekly copy for the Orange and Black column in the Akron Herald.
The practice of featuring Senior Sketches was also continued.
Of course, our biggest project was the Akronite, under the editorship of Sharon johnson. One of
the unique features of this year's Akronite was the four-color photograph of our school on the
jacket liner. jim Place was the Art Manager. Martha DeYoung, as Business Manager, was in charge
of advertising. Dave Aquino was Sports Manager, and Sue Ciurzynski handled our circulation problems.
Besides their various publications, the class was taught about journalistic standards and the fine
points of preparing news copy.
Ed.-in-Chief of Akronite
SYLVIA SUTTON LYNN BEYSER
Ed.-infChief of A.C.S. Review Ed.-in-Chief of Tiger Times
. MARLENE WILSON DAVE AQUINO
SUE CIURZYNSKI PETE ALDRED
Business Managers Sports Editors
"Whatsa matter?" "Our business advisor." "Our editor."
"Our A.C.S. Review
editor putting re-
"Our own little
"A.C.S. Review sales."
"Hard at work on the
"Ella and Sandy" "Selling Reviews again." "Putting Reviews
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Come on ln, we have some real hargams!
The following businesses have paid for a whole page through
BANK OF AKRON
C S1 E TELEVISION af APPLIANCE
CLASS OF 1964
COREETT LUMBER and BUILDERS
CLASS OF 1963 gap
following businesses have paid for a half page
A.C.S. STUDENT COUNCIL
JOHN W. CAPAN-DISTRIBUTOR
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
COLD SPRINGS CONSTRUCTION CO.
DANDE FARMS COUNTRY CLUB, INC.
FORD GUM and MACHINE CO.
PERRY ICE CREAM CO.
PETERSON'S DRUG STORE
PIXLEY'S I.G.A. SUPERMARKET, INC.
ROCHESTER BUTTON FACTORY
ROSS FUNERAL HOME, INC.
WHITING ROLL-UP DOORS SALES CORP.
AL ZIMMERMAN OLDSMOBILE
BERT MESLER FORD, INC.
The following businesses have paid for a quarter page
through their contributions:
AKRON SHOPPING GUIDE
ABBOTT'S AKRON SERVICE
OSBORNE'S SWEET SHOP
R. F. BURCHELL, D.D.S.
PHELP'S TRUCK STOP
CHARLES F. TAYLOR INSURANCE
GLENDON H. KLINGELSMITH D.C.
THE ALADDIN SHOP
PARK BEAUTY SALON
AKRON SHOE SHOP
INSURANCE BY DYE, INC.
CORBETT BROTHERS CONCRETE
:Sc HAYDITE BLOCKS, MFG.
S. B. ANDERSON ef SONS
AKRON G.L:F. CO-OP
ALEX C. SMITH, INC.
DR. ALEX ULJANOV
FRED E. THOMAS AGENCY, INC.
AKRON SERVICE GARAGE, INC.
AL'S BARBER SHOP
RENN 81 R
AKRON LUMBER Sc BUILDERS
JOHN'S ASHLAND SERVICE
BERNHARDT FUNERAL HOME
BLEW EQUIPMENT, INC.
AKRON LIQUOR STORE
LAWING STUDIO, BATAVIA, N.
GLENN WEAVER, D.V.M.
JOE ZURLO'S DELICATESSEN
RALPH G. STANBURY, M.D.
C. F. PHILLIPS, D.D.S.
CARBORUNDUM METALS CO.
SHAW WOOD SPECIALTIES, INC
MR. AND MRS. GROVER H. BATES
MR. JERRY BORKHOLDER
MR. AND MRS. JOE BRUSKY
MR. AND MRS HENRY CARGES
MISS GERTRUDE CHURCHILL
MR. AND MRS. FRANK COLUMBUS
MISS HAZEL ELLSWORTH
MR. AND MRS. ROGER FARR
MRS. NANCY GROVES
MR. FRANK HELWIG
MR. RICHARD JENKINS
MISS PATRICIA KENYON
MR. AND MRS. GEORGE MARTINY
MR. AND MRS. ANGELO SCAPPA
MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM F. SMITH
MR. AND MRS. THEODORE STAPLETON
MR. VAN SWIFT
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL HAYES
MR. WALTER TOMCZAK
MR. AND MRS. DANIEL HAYES
MR. WALTER TOMCZAK
MR. AND MRS. MERLYN WEEKS
SYLVIA, SUE, AND SHARON
MR. ALBERT VOSSLER
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS WALKER
MR. AND MRS. THOMAS WETZEN
MRS. MERLE WILLIAMS
MRS. EDWARD ALLEN
MRS. ELLSWORTH BROWN
MRS JOHN MOROTCHIC
MRS. IRENE Y. BROWN
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD JOHNSON
R. L. SMITH
WILLIAM R. WILSON
LAWRENCE H. DE FRIES
RAYMOND T. SHEARER
MISS DOROTHY BENSON
MISS NANCY BRADY
MISS MARGARET GEORGE
BITTERMAN'S DRY GOODS
MR. AND MRS. BEN DE YOUNG, JR.
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