Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1955
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The Chexron of 1955 IS a maglc mlrror the past
present future all The past IS gone the present IS now
and the future? We hold up our mrrror to the llfe
of Alblon Central l-hgh School
We are tomorrows past
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"Mirror, mirror on the wall
Past, Present, Future I . . . Miss BALL."
"Miss Ball taught us that." Faces of students shine back from the mirror of
her teaching. She has reflected the high standards of scholarship of Albion. The
Chevron shows the integrity of her judgment for she was its friend for many years.
Weppolish the mirror of this issue of the Chevron in dedication to Anna Ball.
CARL I. BERGERSON
Superintendent of Schools
CHARLES C. D'AM1co
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
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DOROTHY BLAKE STANLEY WOODS
GORDON IVICIVIURRAY DONALD NESBITT
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"The best mirror is an old friend."
NORMA R. DILAURA
Director of Guidance
TIIEODORE ANDERSON, Vice-Principal
ln charge of Census, Attendance,
Arr Supervisor of High School
Supervisor of Instrumental Music
of High School
MARY A. TRU1X4BLE
Supervisor of Vocal Music
of High School
Physical Education - Boys
IANET H. BAILEY
Physical Education - Girls
DR. A. ELSON
MARGARET D. LANDFEAR
Dean of Girls and English
ANNA L. BALL
MAY W. SCHNITZER
English and Public Speaking
EVELYN A. COLLINS
M ARJORIE MAHONEY
Social Studies and French
HAZEL G. D,AhIICO
SADIE M. BRITTON
WILLIAM A. MONACELLI
EIXIILY E. BEEMAN
General Science and Biology
ROY W. SOHROEDER
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Homemaking and Health
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OSCAR L. RICKEY
Auto Driver Education
unior High Mathematics
nior High Social Studies
THEODORE JANET H. KATHARINE EDMUND EVELYN A.
ANDERSON BAILEY BILLINGS BIORDI COLLINS
ELEANOR HAZEL G. NORMA IRENE MARTHA
CUSACK D'AMlCO on LAURA HARRIGAN -I V HART-
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LANDFEAR LYNCH MAHONEY MCGUIRE MONACELLI
STEWART KATHLEEN OSCAR L, ELMA ROLAND
NEW PENDERGAST RICKEY SANFORD SANFORD
HESPER ROY W. MOSES MICHAEL PAMELA
SCHARETT SCHROEDER SHERMAN SPIERDOWIS STOREY
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MARY A. NELLIE
Mr. Norman Hill is the new Student Council advisor along with Mr. Anderson.
Mr. Sherman has a new girll
Miss Hatch has a new name, Mrs. Bailey.
Mr. Hopkins is the A. C. S. fishing expert while Mr. Anderson and lXlr. Host
are the hunting experts.
We were all glad when Mrs. Landfear got back from California because we
were afraid she'd be leaving A. C. S. to go to work for M. C. M.
Everyone from A. C. S. found it quite interesting to have Miss Storey with us.
The health of everybody at A. C. S. has been much better since Mrs. Cusack
has been with us.
Mrs. Harrigan has been quite busy this year since so many pupils have taken
an interest in French.
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"Where's a mirror?" "ls my hair alright?" "Hows my tie, is it straight?"
Many seniors uttered these phrases as they were preparing for their pictures.
"There goes that Nayman kid collecting money againfl was often heard last
October as the dollar bills filled his large, empty pockets. "No dollars, no pictureln
was the thought that finally convinced even the best of our misers.
Early in September the popular vote of the entire class chose Arnold Kuhn
as president, by some strange coincidence, lVlary Keeler as vice-president, hilary Ann
Dock as treasurer, and Shirley Sargent as secretary. The students' choice has proven
to be a good one.
On November 6, the student body of ACS was greatly shocked by the appear-
ance of the Seniors in their Sunday best with hair combed and even shoes shinedl
The occasion was none other than our annual Senior Tea, the really formal occasion
of our school year. In spite of the crowded supply room and lumpy punch, everyone
enjoyed themselves and after it was over said "It wasn't so bad after all."
Soon it was Christmas time and the seniors again assembled after school for
the annual Christmas Party. A spaghetti dinner was prepared and served by our
Senior llome-EC. students under the direction of Miss Pendergast. Santa Claus
was there, too, and he even brought presents for Mrs. Landfear, Mr. Anderson, and
Miss Pendergast. The evening was rounded out by games and music in which
everyone took part.
ln January, the spotlights of the theatre world shown brightly on the ACS stage.
The production "Charley's Aunt", starring our seniors under the direction of Mr.
Bernard Lynch, was one of the best ever presented by ACS students and there were
more people there than ever before.
On February 23, the class boarded buses and invaded the Auditorium theatre
in Rochester to see the 'Pajama Came." This year our trip to the theatre was much
more enjoyable due to the lower seats and less Nhigh altitude bloody nosesf,
The old saying "Time Flies, can be experienced best by a high school senior.
No other year in school proves to be so interesting or busy. Ir seems to pass by so
quickly. Cnly a few short weeks ago we came back to school from the summer
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In Memory of Sandra Hart
Heaven gives its favorites early death." - Byron
KENNETH W1 IITING
W. NARBURGH, P. FRASER,
C. PETRONIO, M. CTIBBS
"How many did you sell?" "Come on, we have to beat last year's classf, "We
did it! We made it!" were common sayings. Ycs, we were successful in keeping up
the tradition of selling more magazines and profiting more than the class before us
in the junior Magazine Campaign. Elaine Coloney and Susan Monagan were the
two highest sellers but many people received certificates for salesmanship. Marcia
Gibbs took over the full time treasury that resulted from the magazine campaign.
As class president, Carl Petronio led the junior class, William Narburgh was
elected vice-president while Patricia Fraser became secretary.
VVC attended the lee Capades in Buffalo. Although there was a slight mix-up
in seating and we were quite a ways up, we could see quite well with the help of our
Two to tango? A hundred to tango! Mrs. Merkel, a dancing teacher from
Batavia, devoted an hour on two Fridays to teaching us the waltz, fox-trot, and rumba.
'iShould Comic Books Be Banned?" That was the topic discussed on the Junior
Town Meeting of the Air. Dan Cottovi and Sue Lester were against the banning
while Elaine Coloney and Race Bergman were for it.
Sue Monagan was chosen for the Varsity cheering squad. Nancy Bielinski
cheered for the layvees.
Many junior boys played Varsity basketball and football. Both teams were
very good this year.
A play was put on by the juniors in an assembly. Many took part in Christmas
Choir and the operetta "The Forest Prince."
Now we are looking forward to our senior year and hoping it will be a successful
one for all.
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Top Row: J. Morton, M. Pecorella, R. Parker, G, Wells, R. Brownell, R. Gillette, M. lngraham, J, London
G. Smith, R. Beardsley, S, Lester, C. Wahl, P. Bigger
3rd Row: P. Lake, S. Coy, K, Brust, J. Burroughs, D. Weather, F, Parker, D. Young, C. McGaffick
P. Ciarico, D. Dawley, L. Brooks, l. Crawshaw
2nd Row: M. Ludwick, B. Barstow, D. Buckland, I. Long, P. Leigh, T. Grzywacz, M. Stucko, G. Ugorek
lst Row: L. Hudson, M. Beach, J. DeCarIo, A. Page, J. Henderson, F. Hawkins, S. Juliana, R. Smith
Top Row: B. Bigger, A. Thiel, M. Hill, J. Zummo, R. Markle, D. Snell, T. Kaminski, W. Dale, H. Babcock
H. Ford, R. Shawver, S. Stuart, T. Neal, B. Rosenblum
3rd Row: R. McMurray, M. Lamont, D. Gattovi, T. Burgio, L. Atwell, W. Hayden, R. Bergman, E. Banos
K. Bloom, C. Petronio, T. Craddock, A. D'Amico, S. Beach, R. Grimm
2nd Row: P. Fraser, S. Monagan, R. Sadler, A, Burgis, E, Coloney, S. Moore, O. Jacobs, M. Monacelli
lst Row. N. Bielinski, J. Starch, A. Baker, K. Rush, S. Wells, L. Smith, D, Sullivan, R. Gibbs, P. Robinson
"On stage, curtain going up."
Cast in order of appearance - President, john Craddock, Veep, Tom Canale,
Secretary, Ann Navarra, and Treasurer, Gerry Pilato. ln this year's show, Mrs. llolt,
Mrs. Mahoney, Mr. Hill, and Mrs Schroeder proved to he invaluable props - in all
Act I of our performance included activities. VVC contributed a sum of money
to the Good Will Fund. This has been a practice of our's for two years and we hope
to continue doing this in the Future. This takes the place of giving gifts at
Act II - BUMP, BUMP! BRUISE! BRUISEF The report from our Medina
Act IH - Members of the class took part in many intramural activities. Our
boys made up a good portion of the lunior Varsity basketball, baseball, and football
team. Charles Derwick was one of our Varsity star basketball players. The junior
Varsity cheering squad included Sophomores Mary Anne DeCarlo, Faye Hatch, Bea
Leigh and Dawn Minier. Eleanor Minckley was the only tenth year girl to be a
varsity cheerleader. Nice going, Tub!
Hcurtain on '57!"
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Top: T. CANALE, Cimnnocic
Seated: C. PILATO, A. Nrxvaimx
Top Row: E. Frank, W. Kirchner, R. Willimott, J. Baxter, J. Bigger, B. Leigh, A. Snyder, J, Jones
N. Newton, J. Craddock, M. McKenna, C. Henderson, T. Conole, G. Eornst
3rd Row: J. Dovis, R. Morkle, D. Jeffery, M. Little, F. Manno, M. Budynski, M. Telga, E. Shawver
D. Ruhlrnan, C. Morton, K. Morshall, J. Albertson, A. Klingenberger, P. Canham, J. West
2nd Row: J. Draper, M, Dourn, W. Weeks, G. Pilato, S. Pecorello, J. Tiffany, L. Meale, D. Clark
J. Daniels, N. Gibbs, S. Waldo, R. Mafhes
lst Row: K. Skellen, M. Osborne, H. Bouter, C. Noreck, B. Nenni, C. Twordokus, M. Zicari, B. Smith
M. Brust, B. Adduci, D. Boker
Top Row: W. Jackson, W. Allen, E. Reed, P. Frocchi, D. Lucas, C. Derwick, A. Proctor, K. Rhodey
R. Preston, V. Lupo, P. McKenna, D. Draper, R. Hales
3rd Row: S. Hubbell, D. Gregg, F. Hatch, M. Hart, M. Bates, L. D'AngeIo, M. Romanowski, J. Brace
R. Reed, R, Hoog, F. Long, N. Brown
2nd Row: J. Fisher, R. Broley, C. Giorrizzo, A. Brackenbury, J. Ellis, R. Pilon, G. Batt, D. Licursi
lst Row: P. Standish, D, Minier, M. Noon, B. Brownell, A. Novorra, E. Minckley, B. Sedita, M. DeCorIo
B. Ferris, J, Woodcock
L. l lARVEY
September brings school and it is an especially important year to the Freshman
Class, for now they are in high school. To start things right in their high school
career, the freshmen elected David Spierdowis as president, Linda Harvey, vice-
president and Martha Standish, secretary and treasurer.
Our president, David Spicrdowis honored his class by playing varsity football.
Several other freshmen took part in junior varsity football and basketball.
The superiority and strength of the freshman class did not stop here. Oh! Nol
Not by any meansl Among many musically inclined freshmen who participated in
Christmas Choir and the Opcretta was Karen Horton who had one of the leads
in the operctta.
Claudia McCullough and Marta Lamanna really are a credit to their class
because ot their unusual ability in art. They both received a prize in the Scholastic
At Christmas, instead of having a party or exchanging gifts, the freshmen class
showed their generosity by collecting money which they gave to welfare.
But don't think all the freshmen do is work. They enjoyed themselves tremen-
dously at their Skating Party at Medina during February.
llad it not been for Mrs. D'Amico, bliss Becman, and Miss Ball, their advisers,
the freshman class surely would not have met with such success.
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3rd Row: D
2nd Row: J
Reed, J. Roth, M. Davis, C. McCullough, B. Grimm, H. Grzywocz, M. Standish, K, Horton
A. Daniels, E. Brown, M. Batt, A. Stockton, M. Howlett, M. Sargent, B, Ludwick
Starkweother, R. Scholl, L. Johnson, R. Kelly, E. Clement, R. Shuch, C. Keitel, F. Daniels
E. Smith, A. DeCarlo, L. Cliff, A. Corbett, D. Burnside, V. Buckner, C. Bloom
MacGaffick, L. Moore, P, Jones, R. Brodie, S. Pienioszek, D. Wells, P. Allen, R. Reed
F. Lippert, A. Cote, D. Stockton, W. Poland
B. Willimott, M. Finney, P. Gaze, J. Koch, S. Scoppa, F. Manfredi, E. Boker, I. Loss
Top Row: B.
3rd Row: S.
2nd Row: A
lst Row: B.
Blackman, E. D'Angelo, N. Bertch, M. Petronio, L. Bell, M. Spriegel, J. Lent, C. Spinks,
L. Harvey, l. Maine, E. Hughes, J. Bruski, E. Proctor, M. Ashley, B. Chcpman
Morrow, M. Hochbruckner, C, DePoty, J. Hales, M. Piazza, J. McGlenn, D. Keitel,
D. Splerdowis, M. Woltcr, F. Hildreth, G. Erwoy, M. Cote, G. Ulionelli, T. Greene,
J. Dawlcy, C. Miller
Albright, J. Plummer, G. Collins, J. Recimer, P. Gillette, B. Canhom, D. Beach, D. Eddy
E. Nelson, C, Parker, M. Johnson
Allport, A. Allport, B. Daniels, M. Lamanno, M. Narburgh, M. Wolcott, R. Quintern
P, Stratton, C. Dale, C. Britt
Mrs. Scharett and Mrs. Sanford have the two sixth grades that are in the high
school building. Both grades have been very busy this year. Mrs. Sanford's room
put on a Christmas play and this spring they have been learning to do the fox trot,
waltz and square dance. Both rooms are learning to work on committees. Mrs.
Scharett's room has done much research on the British Isles.
The seventh grades have had a very busy time this year. Each room had a
basketball team and there has been a great deal of competition between the rooms.
So far 217 is the winner.
Some of the seventh raders iarticinated in an assembly Jrovram called, "I Like
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It Here". The entire student body benefited from this performance.
This is the largest eighth grade that Albion has ever had and it has been both
an exciting and a busy year for them. In the fall they had a skating party and they
are going to have another one the last of April. Many of the eighth graders have
traveled to such places as South America, the Carribeans, Arizona, and Florida
and have had many interesting and exciting things to tell the class.
The math classes have all been busy making colored geometric figures in
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Top Rowt A. Townsend, D. Buckland, R Wildbahn, D. Stone, W. Mull, R. Juliana, L. Haylett, C. Renolds
L. Babcock, J. Beardsley, S. Pittman, R. Klingenberger, M. Clark, V. Morrison, L. True
C. Seyerns, B. Daniels
3rd Row: K. Bell, W. Hughes, K. Cutting, R. Hill, L. Spore, R. Eddie, G. Greenlee, A. Gursslin, A. Preston
J. Denniston, N. Dunn, E. Marshall, F. Budynski, R. Freeman
2nd Row: M. lngrahom, R, Miller, D. Derwick, D, Hill, B. Brodie, B. Hakes, F. Jetferys, B. Klotzbach
S. McCartney, B. Tokotch, E. Johnson
lst Row: G. Gottovi, D. Minckley, N. Weeks, J. Weatherbee, J. Graham, E, Christopher, E. Eibl
B. Brooks, K. Lake, G. Walburn
Top Row: J. Fisk, K. Dykstra, E. Draper, J. Gavenda, J. McMurray, S. Bartlett, L. Rodey, D. Baker,
S. DeHond, N. Chrzan, C. LeFrois, F. Babcock, C. Kennedy, G. Snell, P. Wilkins, E. Davis
3rd Row: K. Gay, L. Haylett, J. Dutcher, L. Marth, D. Burnside, D. Saeva, M. Turner, D. Ergott,
D. Holbrook, G. Narburgh, B. Huber, W. Hawkins, L. Harvey, D. Williams
2nd Row: C. Foryone, M. Batt, J. Williams, S. Potting, B. Lose, B. Eddy, K. Hubbell, M. Treble, A. Snell,
C. Dawson, R. Cleveland
lst Row: R. Johnson, D. Sandle, E. London, T. Anderson, L. Allen, N. Bagnoto, W. Schmackpepper,
R. Durrant, A. Baker, D. Rush
Top Row: D. Fenton, G. Gregg, C. Keltel, S. Miller, W. Horton, N. Mortillofto, S. Brooks, B. Holght,
D. Gillette, J. Wilson, C, Enzie
3rd Row: D. Showler, D. Pestol, R. Kinneor, D. Bertsch, O. Rossiter, G. Kimboll, R. Soule, R. Daniels,
L. Londfeor, R. Lomont
2nd Row: R. Normon, G. Shoovcr, K. Shultz, G. Rush, C. Chick, G, Coloney, D. Solvotore, L. Stondish,
lst Row: J. Hort, B. Reomer, L. Brust, D. Knight, R. Newton, S. Myers, D. Joroszek, J. Sullivon,
Top Row: J. Klott, L. Porker, R. l-lorrodine, J. Resfivo, L. Bowen, C. Wolburn, C. Alger, A. Norburgh
3rd Row: M, Hollidoy, P. Stockton, D. Benton, G. Tower, J. Copurso, R. Preston, S. Pohuto, G. Buck,
H. Johnson, C. Soyers
2nd Row: R. Houston, F. Seitzer, J, Mclienno, A. Eibl, R. Forder, J. Miles, J. Longhorn, J. Newton, D. Erwoy
lst Row: R. Doty, C. Preston, M. Hlgley, D. Vogg, 5. Broer, M. Cox, N. Sanford, F. Cox, D. LeFro1s,
Top Row: S. Frew, L. lngrahom, M. Farnum, A, Fisher, L. Baync, A. Colella, R. Klatzbach, D. Hulfs
D. Eurgof, L. Thorpe, B. Embf
3rd Row: R. Robinson, T. Maclu, D. Ellis, M, Pilon, R. Farnum, V. Higginbofhan, B. Mix, E. Parker
B. Moore, G. Burnside
2nd Row: G. Roof, K. McKenna, J. Parsons, M, Johnson, L. Brooks, D. Greenlee, D. Slizewski, J. Scibeffa
lst Row: J. Narburgh, L. Narburgh, S. Ferris, S. Ruhlmon, B. Sfeier, E. Tower, C. Juliana, R. Daurn
Top Row: C. Thaine, J. Taylor, R, Howes, R. Atwell, R. Smith, D. Sanford, B. Webster, B. Wilson, D. Smith,
C. Palmer, R. Turner, B. Boyer, R. Howes
3rd Row: J. Morrison, C. Hughson, J. McKenna, T. Carfer, J. McKenna, D. Gibson, E. Loss, G. Hooper,
P. Jones, L. Vagg, S. James, S. Peglow
2nd Row: A, Hadsaead, S. Brown, P. Kidney, P. Howlett, S. Woolsfon, W. Little, R. Farnham, J. Buffs,
lst Row: C. Allen, T. Twardokus, D. Meddaugh, L. Lonnen, J. Peruzzini, C. Govenda, M. Shiyely, A. Horch,
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News! For the first time in years the traditionally broke Chevron Staff is in
the black and it wasn't done with mirrors!
Where's the key to 3lO? l:ranny's got it - No? VVell maybe Herb has it.
Rosalie, what did you do with it? The staff under the supervision of Mrs. Landfear
and the Co-Editors Don Steele and Arlene Ciarrizzo has functioned efficiently this
year except for a few minor problems that hardly phased us at all.
Cetting those tall people into short pictures has been the problem of Richard
Anderson, photography editor. 'AI want you kids to get your ads in by next weekf'
is Ronnie Harlingls and Mae Saeva's favorite saying as they prod their advertising
staff into getting those hard to get ads.
"Micky Mouse and his friends can now be seen in color at the noon movies, for
a slight increase in price, of course." The noon movies, beanies, and the football
dance are only a few of the money raising schemes of the promotion staff under the
able direction of Erling Maine and Mary Daniels. And do we let all this beautiful
capital go floating around? Why, of course not, we spend it, and our Business Man-
ager, Dyck Poland is the one who sees that it gets spent right.
The beauty CPD of this yearis book can be attributed mainly to the efforts of
Bob Sadowski, Art Editor.
Long, long hours have been spent by Mary Keeler, Literary Editor, pouring
over and revising articles not to mention equally long hours spent by Rosalie Piazza
and her typing staff translating them into legible copy.
What would we do without the Seniors, and what would the Chevron Staff
do without Franny Nayman, Senior Editor, who has been one of the steadiest and
busiest inhabitants of 310.
But who takes over when the Seniors are busy elsewhere? Why co-editors
VVally Dale and Sue Lester.
Last but not least comes Pat Rice, Circulation Manager, and her staff. When
the other staffs are done, her work begins for it's her work to see that all the Chevrons
xvclvc made are sold.
C O O O Of POC.-zCs C C O C O O O O O O O O O O O
CHEVRON EDITORIAL STAFF
Standing: M. KEELER, S. LESTER
F. lXlAYlXlAN, MRS. LANDFEAR, VV DXLE
Seated: D. STEELE, A. Crfxmuzzo
R. Doty, R. Piazza, L. Miller, L. Steier, B. Restivo
R. Bergman, R. Hales, R. Brownell, R. Anderson
Top Row: C. Bloom, B. Dawley, E. Christopher, R. Juliana,
J. Dutcher, W. Hughes, J. Denniston, R. Greenlee,
3rd Row: E. Ludwick, P. Leigh, L. D'Angelo, C. Britt, l.
Crawshaw, D. Buckland, C. McCullough, C. Spinks,
C. Miller, N. Bertsch, P. Frazer
2nd Row: S. Scoppa, J. Koch, P. Gaze, M. Saeva, R.
Harling, G. Collins, L. Harvey
lst Row: S. Moore, E. Coloney, A. Daniels, J. Roth, E. Baker
Row: S. Broer, S. Waldo, E. Shawver, D. Salvatore
L. Narburgh, D. Baker, B. Brodie
Row: J. Bigger, P. Bigger, H. Grzywacz, L. D'Angelo
S. Sargent, C. Soinks, E. Davis, M. lngraham
Row: P, Rice, P. Fraser, I. Crawshaw, D, Buckland
M. Wolcott, D. Knight
Row: M, Keeler, T. Neal, F, Nayrnan, D. Poland
E. Maine, S. Beach, P. Rice, l. Long, B. Brownell
Row: E. Coloney, G. Pilato, S. Pecarella, A. Navarra,
Row: F. Hatch, D, Minier, B. Brodie, L. True, D. Hill,
C. Bokman, D. Judwick, G. Pilato, B. Durrant, S, Waldo,
B. Brownell, B. Grimm, M. Manfredi
Row: D. Sullivan, N. Chrzan, G. Gottovi, B. Daniels,
N. Bielinski, J. Nudd, L. D'Angelo, B. Rosenblum, B.
Sargent, J. DeCarlo, S. Juliana, J. Treble, C. Brace,
B. Pahuta, M. Narburgh
Row: N. Bertsch, D. Starkweather, M. Batt, E. Maine,
M. Daniels, B. Bigger, S, Sargent, O. Jacobs, I. Crawshaw
Row: K, Bell, K. Hubbell, R. Sadcller, S. Beach, I. Long,
P. Bigger, M. Ranieri, A. Navarro, M. McKenna
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL
Tap Row: K. Horton, G. Pilato, C. Splnks, J. Edwards
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Op OW S Omgon' P Rme' G Chl' D GOWN" R J. cmddock, A, Decorio, R. Pilon, J. Roth, M. women
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St OW Iomzzo' Neurem wg Seated: S. Waldo, J. Bigger, L, D'Angelo
STUDENT COUNCH- STUDENT couNcu.
Top Row: M. Daniels, M. Dock, M. Keeler, B. Bigger, Top Row: 5, Broer, D. Knight, M. Higley
S. Beach 2nd Row: K. Bell, E. Davis, D. Derrick, B. Brodie, M
2nd Row: D Poland, E. Maine, A. Kuhn, D, Steele Ingraharn, J. Hart
lst Row: P. Leigh, E. Coloney, I. Crawshaw, D. Buckland, lst Row: R, Preston, D. Salvatore, D. Slizewski, J. Shawver
S. Sargent L. Narburgh, J. Monagan, J. Capurso
'Ulppoint a committee" seems to he the slogan of this yearis Student Council
which meets hieweelxly during the activity period on Monday mornings. President,
Ronald l larling. searches the group hopefully for volunteers hut he sees none. Lilie-
wise the other members of the executive committee peer ahout the room: Daniel
Cottovi, a very wise and witty vice-presidentg Pat Rice, secretary. shorthand notehoolt
in handg Ann Neuremhurg, a whiz of a trcasurerg and Susan hlonagan, a capahle
It is through the wonderful works of these appointed committees that the
Student Council has accomplished the things it has. lior instance, one of the newest
and hcst services to the school is a school store. The liinance Committee memhers
laeep it well supplied with paper, pencils, ctc.. to Fill emergncy needs of all students.
'lihc monitors, who are ever faithful to their hall patrols, are hecoining stronger
and more effective each day. Their ioh is made easier by the Student Councils
successful efforts in opening two study halls in the early morning hours where
students can spend time reading magazines, talking or studying until homerooms
open. To convert i'wallflowers" into "constant partyfgocrsf' the Student Council is
also providing dancing lessons.
The Student Council this year can add many other accomplishments to its hit
which can be credited to our advisor, Nr. llill, and our President, the various
ff! appointed committees and cooperation of all memheis.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
EXTRA! EXTRN Read all about itl The Albion Chapter of the 'lunior Red
Cross reached an all-high record this year during the annual fund drive. Students
of Albion Central School contributed close to 9390. Because of this fund, the -Iunior
Red Cross was able to carry on its many activities.
Vllith bliss Dilaaura acting as advisor, Matt Pccorella was appointed chairman
and Miehcline Ranier elected secretary. Student representatives elected from each
homeroom completed a most efficient staff.
As a matter of Chrislnias spirit the Red Cross sent boxes overseas. At the
Batavia Veterans' Hospital, they gave a party and gifts for many of the patients.
During the year, gift boxes were assembled and to less fortunate persons in various
Our council donated S50 to the Childrens Fund. Yes, the Red Cross is always
ready to give and to lend a helping hand whenever possible. Often times we don't
realize just what the work of the Red Cross is. Their reward is satisfaction through
Wlhat a fine example of a human interest story.
JuNioR RED cRoss JUN'oR RED CROSS
Standing: J- McKenna, C- Gcvendol G. Gregg M. Pecorello, Miss DiLaura, M. Ranieri
Seated: M. Johnson, S. Pahuta, D. Ellis, C. Chick
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Top Row: J. Daniels JUNIOR RED CROSS
2nd Row: R. Skinner, L. Atwell, S. Beach Standing: J. McMurray, M. Piazza
lst Row: J. Treble, C. Derwick Seated: K. Hubbell, E. Brown, D. Rush
Top Row: C. Derwick, D. Soevo, A. DeCcirlo, T. Croddock, D. Lucas, D. Poland, J. Gcvendo, L. Harvey,
J. West, J. Jones, E. Tower, D. Steele, W. Allen, R. Holes, N, Brown, J. Fisher, D. Snell,
3rd Row: S. Stewart, D. Bognoto, D. Greenlee, R. Hoot, R. Horling, D. Derwick, P. Allen, F. Cielsielski,
E, Moine, C. Keifel, N. Chrzon, J. Fisk, J. Grohom, K. Hubbell, M. Sherman, T. Concile
2nd Row: J. Koch, M. Merrill, M. Bates, M. Budynski, M. Hart, J. Robinson, J. Copurso, M. DeCorlo,
B. Grimm, R. Greenlee, L. Brocks
lst Row: K. Rush, A. Boker, D. Boker, S. Lester, S. Hubbell, J. Croddock, J. Socco, F. Hatch
"Let's get an early start" is the motto of this year's band. Under the baton of
Mr. Sherman and with Don Steele, as president, 'loe Sacco, vice-president, Sue
Lester, secretary: and Sharon llubbell, treasurerp as well as our librarians Marjorie
Bates, Patricia Kelly and loan Gavenda, our band has blared its way to success.
The blare of the trumpets and the boom, boom, boom of the big bass drum, our
band helped cheer our team on to victory during its successful football season. Every-
one enjoyed the colorful formations and the smart stepping of our band and the
Very soon after the football season, several members of our band, .lohn Craddocli,
liaye llatcli. Dyck Poland, Kenneth VVhiting, and Thomas Craddoclx, left for Arcade
to participate in the All4State Sectionals.
On March 4, after some tedious rehearsals and lasteminute script changes, our
band put on its annual Spring Pop Concert. None of us will forget the dreamy
music of "September Song" and Hllegin the Beguineu or the snappy marches l'La
Sorcllan and HB01'l1l3LlSI0ii or the mysterious music of 'iDragnet".
VVith everyone elated over the success of our pop concert, we plunged into the
tremendous taslx of preparing for the annual Spring hlusic Festival. VVe managed
to survive the olf lxey rehearsals, and by playing such pieces as 'lliugal Fantasia" and
i'River jordan" we received a very good rating in fourth grade music.
As a fitting final, we played an old, familiar tune for the class of '55, rounding
out our band's activities for this year with a perfect score. W7e leave behind a record
for next years band to try to surpass.
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Top Raw: C. Parker, Mr, Sherman, E. Lonnen, P. Allen, F. Ciesielski, D, Derwick, K. Rhadey, J. Jones,
R. Hales, W. Parker, R, Kinnear, G. Buck, T. Anderson, P, Howlett
2nd Raw: D, Holbrook, F. Long, K. Shultz, J, Butts, J. Weatherbee, E. Christopher, P. Jones, R. l-larradine
lst Rowi D. Keitel, C. Keitel, S. Myres, M. Johnson, D. Vagg, A. Fisher
Back Row: Mr, Sherman, R. Brayley, W. Allen, J. West, J.
Jones, E. Maine, J. Fisher, S. Stewart, C. Parker, T. Canale
Front Row: D. Poland, D, Saeva, J. Graham, J, Craddock,
"Fooll Get off the throne!" "Hoi We're marchingln "I-lail Vaslavln These
quips are well known by this year's operetta cast. This year, the operetta was "The
Forest Prince", and it was ably directed by Mrs. Trumble. The leads were played
by joe Sacco as Vaslav, Mae Saeva as Tatiana, Bob Hoot as the Czar and john Ellis
as Ivan. Other roles were Adele Page as Mather Vanya, Karen Horton as Sonia,
Thomas Craddock as lllytch and Rodger Mathes as thc court jester.
The operetta was only one of a number of this year's undertakings. First on the
agenda was the All State program. From a hundred and ten glee club members,
consisting of eighty girls and thirty boys, five persons were chosen to attend the
annual musical presentation on November fifth and sixth. They were joe Sacco,
Donald "Herb,' Steele, Bob Hoot, Richardson Anderson and janice Minckley.
After the All State program, the glee club worked on the Christmas Choir. After
many weeks of daily practice, the performances were given on December sixteenth
and twenty-first. The numbers which were presented to the student body were
"jesu, joy of lVlan's Desiringf' "Whence Comes This Rush of Wings?,' and the
"Sweet Refrain". Solos were 'Silent Night" by joe Sacco, "Come to the Stablel'
by Mae Saeva, and "Birthday of a Kingl' by jolm Ellis.
After the operetta, which was presented on April first, the glee club began their
work on the commencement exercises, the last of the yearly musical presentations.
The glee club has worked very hard this year and they, along with Mrs. Trumble,
should be highly commended on the excellent results.
Standing: F. Hatch, B. Grimm, R. Kubico, C. Britt,
Kneeling: J. Lent, S, Broer, S. Ruhlmcn, G. Piloto
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Tap Row: R. Bergman, R. Hoot, T. Cradclock, R. l-lales, D. Holbrook, G. Batt, N. Brown, J. Ellis, J. Hales,
L. Kelley, A. Kirchner
3rd Row: S. Snyder, J. Cliff, E. Coloney, S. Beach, P. Bigger, M. Lamont, M. McKenna, M. Standish,
C. McCullough, C. Spinks, M. Romanowski, K. Horton, S. Hubbell, P. Standish
2nd Row: J. Minckley, J. Davis, J. DeCarlo, M. Daum, M. Walcott, E. Minckley, M. DeCarlo, M. Lamanna
lst Row: M. Dock, I. Crawshaw, O. Jacobs, D. Gregg, S. Monagan, C. Campbell, L. Smith
Top Row: D. Steele, V. Lupo, R. Greenlee, D. Gottovi, J. Sacco, B. Bigger, D. Buckland, S. Cunningham,
S. Monacelli, S. Coy, J. Robinson, M. Merrill, P. Leigh, R. Sadler
3rd Row: l. Long, M. Saeva, J. Reed, J. Rath, A. Daniels, I. Maine, F. Manno, E. Frak, M. Gibbs,
T. Green, E. Blackman, J. Blackman, A. Burgess, P. Lake, C. Miller, S. Dale, Mrs. Trumble
2nd Row: D. Minier, S. Scoppa, E. Ludwick, R. Mathes, R. Juliana, R. Brodie, E. Lonnen, P. Gage, M. Finney
lst Row: F. l-latch S. Juliana, A. Page, J. Lent, L. Harvey, B. Brownell, B. Leigh, N. Bielinski
Standing: D. Poland, E. Maine, R. Hariing
Seated: Mr. D'Amico, M. Dock, P. Rice, M. Daniels
NATIONAL I-IONGR SOCIETY
Character, scholarship, leadership, and service paraded through the homemaliing
room at least once a month when the National Honor Society meetings were held
At the first few meetings, there were only six members to be found: President,
Dyckman Polandg Vice-President, Mary Danielsg Secretary. Pat Rice: and Treasurer,
hlary Ann Dock. Oh yesl How could anyone forget Erling Maine and Ronald
lrlarling with their enlightening advice and brilliant remarks. The meetings always
turned out to be a success with some sort of entertainment on hand. Refreshments
were served too. They were enjoyed by all except one male member who claimed
that the cookies resembled sugar-coated golf balls.
ln the early part of spring, seven senior members joined our happy group. They
were: Arlene Giarrizzo, Barbara Durrant, Rosalie Piazza, Ruty Doty, Don Steele,
Richard Anderson, and Daniel judwick. With the coming of initiation, twelve new
"honest to goodnessi' members not just candidates, and a pleasant tea to celebrate the
launching of another successful year chalked up for N. H. S.
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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
We are one of the third oldest chapters of the FFA in New York State, and so
we take due pride in our organization. Our group of thirty-nine members is headed
by Edward Sherving veep is Daniel Parkerg Edwin Tower, treasurerg Roger Hobbs,
secretary, Ronald Kettle, reporter, and Robert Kelley, watchdog.
Although the EFA is not one of the largest groups in the school, we are probably
the most active, at least in raising money. Our potato drive netted us S50 and our
calendar drive put S300 more in our treasury. VVho says the farmers are debtors?
The Albion FFA chapter formed, as usual, an excellent basketball team. Our
boys' aching muscles were rewarded when we defeated our opponents. We are now
looking forward to June. when we will take our yearly trip to Crystal Beach.
Top Row: R. Broyley, M. Ingrohom, G. Wells, R. Morkle, E. Reed, L. Atwell, G. Weofherbee, T. Kominski,
R, Hurling, G. Bott
3rd Row: D. Snell, C. Pefronio, A. Ford, C. Bokmcn, E. Smith, C, Keitel, Mr. New, M. Wolters, K. Rhodey,
R. Brockenbury, A. Foote, W. Norburg, N. Newton
2nd Row: F. Long, R. Kelley, R. Hobbs, E. Shervin, D. Parker, E. Tower, R. Kettle, A. Brackenbury
lst Row: R. Willimott, B. Conhom
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TRAFFIC AND SAFETY COUNCIL
Seofed: W. Ncrburgh, J. Ellis, G. Wohl, J, Burroughs, D. Hill
Kneeling: S. Lester, C. McCullough
Standing: K. Bell, M. Pecorello, l-l. Grzywocz, Mrs, Boiley
Sealed: M. Soevo, R. Sadler, A. Giorrizzo, C. Enzie, G, Pilofo
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ATH LETIC COUNCIL
Standing: A. Foote, H. Hopkins, J. Bailey, M, Hazel, E. Biordi, D. Gottovi
Seated: J. Craddock, P, Standish, D. Steele, M. Keeler, S. Monacelli
"Clive credit where credit is duel" Yes, that's the aim of the Awards Council
as it fills our activity sheets for extrafcurricular activities and carefully records earned
points on each students card. At the end of the year, the worlt of the Council will
he climaxed hy a special assemhly, when the coveted awards will he handed out.
ln addition, the Awards Council, as head of the eluh program, has issued charters to
all cluhs at Alhion Central.
ulflcy, youl Ever hear of the speed limit?" 'lerry Vllahl and his Traffic and
Safety Council are right on hand to call attention to tiny infraction of the safety
laws set up to protect the lives and property of the students. Then, too, there's the
matter ol' issuing little yellow cards to newly licensed drivers who just can't wait to
drive to school. An attempt hy the Council to have a traffic light set up on the
highway in front of the school had to he ahandoned hecause of a state law. This
Council deserves the cooperation of the entire student hotly in its elforts to malxe our
safety record a good one.
During this, their third year of existence, the three Special Councils have
functioned with gratifying success under the leadership of Arlene Ciarrizzo, .lerry
VVahl and 'illerhn Steele.
The purpose of the Athletic Council is to foster clean living and good sports-
manship among its athletes and to set up standards for other students to follow.
llloe to the thoughtless athlete who forgets that rules are not made to he hrolienl
So far this year seven offenders have pleaded their cases before the Council for
violation of training rules. That its efforts have not heen in vain is proved hy the
many victories scored hy Albion teams during the 195-l-1955 season, and the atmosf
phere of good sportsmanship that prevails at the games.
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Tap Raw: M. Newlands, M. Durrant, S. Dailey, l. Crawshaw, D. Buckland, B. Barstow, M. Ludwick,
M. Standish, J. Sacco, R. Hales, D. Berns, D. Judwick, P. Dailey, E. Maine, D. Poland,
S. Beach, A. Snyder, B. Bigger, D. Steele, R. Bergman
5th Row: G. Markle, J. Robinson, A. Giarrizza, A. Neuremburg, M, Merrill, B. Pahuta, E. Sargent,
M, Manfredi, B. Restivo, J. Nudd, M. Keeler, B. Rosenblurn
4th Row: S, Pecorella, B. Sedita, D. Gregg, E, Coloney, I, Long, P, Leigh, J. O'Brien, J. Craddock, J. West,
R. Hoag, R. Mathes, J. Treble, R. Sadowski
3rd Row: C. Norek, A. Page, C. Campbell, J. DeCarIo, S. Juliano, M. Telga, M. DeCarlo, R. Piazza,
O. Jacobs, B. Durrant, S. Hubbell, P. Standish, E. Frank, S. Sargent, R. Kubica, M. Gibbs,
P. Fraser, C. Bacon
2nd Row: G. Allport, B. Johnson, R. Markle, J. Davis, B. Smith, M. Noon, B. Adduci, D. Baker, M. Brust,
S. Waldo, J, Tiffany
lst Raw: J. Blackman, F. Manno, D. Minier, R. Doty, M. Rornanowski, P, Rice, L Miller, G. Pilato,
A. Navarro, E, Minckley
Under the excellent guidance and experience of Mr. Lynch, a well rounded
program has been set up for this school year.
So far, the club has sponsored a play called "The Lampu which proved to be
a great success. The future plans include such features as: a theater trip to Rochester,
several 011C-HCI plays, and a fun night. To help things along, we have elected sev-
The new officers of the Dramatics Club are as follows: President. Joe Saccog
Vicefpresident, Ann Neuremburgg Secretary, Betty Biggerg and Treasurer, Marcia
of o o o wot Jo: Q o at va- ,af So- o o o c a- wot ,of ,of o o
Top Row: B. Klotzbclch, P. Fraser, I. Maine, W. Poland, D. Judwick, J. Denniston, J. Nudd, I. Crawshaw,
J. McKenna, G. Pilato
lst Row: R. Sadler, D. Poland, D. Goffovi, M. Keeler, B. Durranf, J. Burroughs
VVho's got some "brainy" ideas on a feature? . . . Have you got any more
gossip? . . . Hey, John, wake up, this is a meeting, not the Waldorf! . . . When is
the Clarion-Echo coming out? . . . I got my story in on time! . . . Gee, Mary, I ean't
get him to say anything when l interview him!
The Clarion-Echo was ably piloted by Mary Keeler, with Dan Gottovi as her
assistant. Although the support of the reporters has not been too great this year, we
managed to put out several issues.
'll laven't you finished that "scoop" yet? There is a deadline to be met, so hurry!"
. . . Among all the hubbub, a poor soul, whose name is Mr. Monaeelli incidentally,
was knocking himself out acting as our advisor.
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Top Row: J. Pahuro, C. Bokman, P. Frocchi, A. Ford, F
Parker, D, Lucas, D. Poland, R. Bergman, C. Derwick,
D. Hill, W. Smith, R. Foote, R. Griffin
41h Row! P. Ciarlco, W. Dale, D. Spierdowis, A. Panepinto,
D. Gottovi, T. Craddock, V. Lupo, L. Brooks, K. Rhodey
W. Allen, R. Brackenbury
3rd Row: A. D'Amico, J. Zummo, J. London, E. Tower,
E. Shervin, J. O'Brien, R. Bielinski, M. Pecorella, J. Sacco
L. Licursi, L. Atwell, H, Babcock
2nd Row: P. Canham, A. Brackenbury, G. Earnst, G, Wahl
R. Hoof, C. Plummer, J. Burroughs, D. Steele, Mr
Schroeder, T. Canale, R. McMurray
lst RROWEI R. Kettle, J. Craddock, J. Ellis, G. Batt, J. West
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The lli-Y Club met early lust autumn und
elected Charles Plummer, president, 'lolin Bur!
roughs, vice-president. Robert Hoot. secretary-
treusurer, Herb Steele and Gerry Wzilil as
SCl'gC21DI'Llt'ilI'ITlS. The boys had a few gym
nights during the year but Mr. Schroeder was
ill quite often during the school year and has
not been able to devote as much time to the
club as he would like to.
, Top Row: A. Klingenberger, M. Bates, A. Stockton, H.
2nd Row: G. Wells, D. Berns, J. Fisher, J. Babcock, C.
Petronio, R. Grimm
lst Row: Mr. Rickey, R. Brownell, M. Standish, R. Gibbs,
B. Rosenblum, M, Petronio
Lights blaze, sound cracliles, a whirring noise
is heard and into action goes Albion Centrals
most active club.
Richard Brownell, who was absent from
school almost the entire year due to illness, was
chosen by his fellow club members as president.
Marcin llart was elected vice president and Rose-
mary Gibbs sccretarvftreasurer.
Under the direction of Mr. Rickey, the clubs
advisor, the members have shown movies and
slides for classes. assemblies. und noon movies.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Top Row: D. Clark, R. Kubica, J. Blackman, A. Thiel, M. Durrant, J. Davis, B. Johnson,
3rd Row: G. Kaminski, R. Markle, C. Morton, G. Markle, A. Klingenberger, P. Robinson,
M. Narburgh, C. Bacon
2nd Row: M. Standish, B. Pahuta, M, Newlands, Miss Pendergost, M. Gibbs, A. Snyder, L. Kelley
lsf Row: J. Draper, M. Osborn, L. D'Angelo
Row: A. Stockton, H. Grzywccz, M. Durrant, M. New-
lands, C. Bacon, D. Starkweother, M, Sargent, J. Koch
Row' R. Bielinski, D. Berns, M. Bott, R. Doty, l. Craw-
shaw, D. Baker, R. Quintern, L. D'Angelo, E. Huges,
Row: L. Miller, W. Burgio, E. Sargent, C, Brace, M.
Manfredi, M. Standish
Row: C. Weaver, P. Rice, J. Nudd, S. Sargent, B.
Restivo, B. Pahuia, J. O'Brien
Businessl Business! Business! This year
the ollieers of our very business-like elub are as
follows: President, Lois Millerg Vice President,
VVilliam Burgio: Secretary, Betty Sargent: Treas-
urer, Carol Brace.
One of the things our elub has done this year
was to have a guest speaker from the Telef
phone Office which the members enjoyed im-
mensely. The speaker, Miss Roberts, explained
some of the aetivities performed by her depart-
ment. There have also been several films on
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Jo o ot o zu o o o I
by Brandon Thomas
CAST OF CHARACTERS
jack Chesney - A
Brassctt - -
Charles VVylteham - A
Amy Spettigue -
Fancourt Babberly -
Colonel Francis Chesney
Donna Lucia D'rXlyadorez
Ela Delahay A - V
- Erling Maine
The cast survived the long and strenuous rehearsals until January 7 when they
finally presented i'Charleyls Aunt." As usual, it was a big succes. The auditorium
was filled to capacity. When the curtain went up, the audience was not dis-
appointed. Behind this is a little story.
Early in the fall the grapevine around 238 said that tryouts for the play were
going to be held soon. Rumors did not fail us because soon afterward, Mr. Lynch
was around to announce tryouts. After the cast of eleven was chosen, rehearsals
were in full swing.
Wlieii the date was set for ,lanuary 7, everyone was really confused. But the
night finally came and the play was a big success.
Yes, and it will be a long time before we forget the fun and experiences of
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Tlme Out Vm from Brazil where the nuts come from Oh! Mr. Speffique
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The servants AII dressed up and no place To go
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'Ist STRING FOOTBALL CHAMPS
Top Row: A. Foote, J. Babcock, C. Plummer, W, Smnth
First Row: C. Derwick, P. Ciorico, L. Afwell, D, Sfeele, D. Spierdowls, G. Wahl, R. Griffin
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The sportis mirror this year reflected Cloryl Gloryl Gloryl Llndcfeatedl
A fitting tribute to Coach Spierdowis in his twenty-fifth year of coaching at
Alhion is the undefeated record raelted up by his 1954 grid team, his first in eighteen
Under his careful supervision, the team, sparlted by Co-Captains Arnold lioote
and Don Steele, and ten other lettermen from last year were in the hest of conf
dition and training throughout the season. The ahle baclifield of Chuelx Plummer,
A. nl. Panepinto, X'Vayne Smith, and Arnold Foote gained its ground lx-hind a tref
mendous thirteen hundred pound line, Alhion's heaviest ever, composed of, left to
right. Diclt Griffin, Gerry Wfahl, David Spicrdowis, Don Steele, Lawrence Atwell,
Phil Ciarico, and Chuck Derwiela. This year, the team was champion of the newly
formed AlonroefOrleansfNiagara League.
During the season there were many outstanding examples of the spirit and
adaptahility of this great team which played only its first two games with the first
string intact. giving hint at its capahle reserve poyver and outstanding team strength.
Also, in the LeRoy game it hecame the first Albion team to come from hehind, 13-O.
at half time to win. The only mar on the tcam's record was a tie with llrocltport.
Ar the time of the last game of the season, there would he a three way tie among
Albion, Brockport, and hletlina, who also tied Brocltport, il' we only tied hledina.
Albion, though only a slight favorite, managed to decisively defeat our arch rival
for the fourth year in a row in the Armistice Day Classic.
Game Albion Opponent
Newtane at Albion League
Middleport at Albion League
Albion at LeRoy
Albion at Brockport League
Monroe at Albion
Albion at Wilson League
Medina at Albion League
Top Row: W. Dale, C. Petronio, T. Burgio, D. Spierclowis, C. Derwick, D. Poland, L. Brooks, W. Narburgh,
2nd Row: M. Pecorella, M. Ingraham, C. Plummer, W. Smith, J. Babcock, J. O'Brien, L. Atwell, R. Griffin,
G. Wahl, Coach Spierdowis
lst Row: P. Ciarico, E. Ulianelli, J. Sacco, D. Steele, A. Foote, A. Brackenbury, D. Gottovi, A. Ford
Top Row: Mr. Biordi, F. Parker, D. Steele, C. Derwick, R. Hoot, R. Brockenbury, L. Brooks, J. Burroughs
lst Row: C. Plummer, R. Griffin, A. D'Amico, R. Pilon, E. Tower, M. Pecorello
Three cheers for the Albion High School Basketball Team for they have Cer!
tainly done their job in making this year a successful one all the way around. They
ended up the year by winning the Genesee-Orleans League Championship, and
played in the seetionals. Although they didnt win, these boys deserve a lot of
credit for the outstanding way they played and the wonderful sportsmanship they
Richard Griffin, who played his final basketball game for Albion this year,
broke Richard Coopers record for the most points scored through the whole year.
On the whole, the entire team contributed a lot, for they scored more points this
year than has been scored in previous years.
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Albion --- Holley 68
Albion -,, Amherst 74
Albion ,- LeRoy 46
Albion -E Brockport 52
0 O O O O Oi 'OK 'O' O 0 O O O O O O O4 'Of' O OC' 50
The lirst balmy days of Snrinv will find Coach Ho vkins out on the diamond
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sizing up the perlormance ol his potential champions, and the baseball friends of
Albion Central asking hopefully, "How about it, Coach - another league champion-
ship and a trip to the sectionals:
"Therc's a very good chance," predicts Coach Hopkins, who, in his first year as
coach, piloted the smooth-functioning Purple and White team to the league Cham'
pionship and a try at the secrionals.
The team of '54 played good ball, ending its season with 8 wins and 4 losses,
and setting thc pace for the '55 team by taking the league championship in its stride,
though it missed out in the sectionals by a loss to Newark.
With the exception of Ernie Clark, who moved to Medina, and Klingenberger,
Caze and Penasack, who left our midst last Iune, all of last year's men are expected
to bc back on the diamond this season. Returning lettermen include Chuck Plummer,
Dick Brackcnbury, Roger Hobbs, and Cordon Wells. On the mound, john Bur-
roughs, john Pahura and Chuck Derwick are scheduled to give a good account of
themselves, as will Dick Criffin behind the plate. Don Steele and Lee Brooks will
hold down the lst and 2nd base positions.
There is every indication that the 1955 baseball season will be one of the most
successful in the history of the Purple and White. Cood luck, boys! We're right
Standing: F. Daniels, S. Pieniaszek, D. Parker, P. Frocchi, W. Weeks, V. Lupo, J. Daniels, D. Spierdowis,
E. Ulianelli, J. Ellis, R. Pilon, J. Fisher, D. Beach, A. Brackenbury, R. Skinner, D. Hannon,
R. Braley, F. Lippert, K. Rhodey, R, Eibl, F. Long, D. Wells, C. Parker
Kneeling: Coach Hopkins, G. Bott, G. Wells, P. Ciarico, C. Plummer, R. Hobbs, R. Griffin, J. Burroughs,
A. D'Amico, L. Brooks, R. Brockenbury, D. Steele
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Top Row: G. Anderson, W. Poland, W. Schmackpfefter, D. Erway, G. Snell, L. Sebring
2nd Row: Coach Spierdowis, C. Petronio, W. Smith, L. Atwell, W. Dale, D, Spierdowis, J. Fisher, G. Batt
lst Row: R. Hobbs, C. Benson, W. Narburgh, A. Ford, R. Griffin, T. Canale, D. Poland, T. Craddock,
The track team reported for practice lklonday, April 4, and a good season is
expected. The returning lettermen are Captain Dick Griffin, pole vault, Gordon
Ferris, four-forty, Arnold Foote, pole vaultg Dyck Poland, eight-eighty, Bill Narburgh,
two-twenty, VVayne Smith, broad jumpg Ronnie Harling, dashes and relays, and
Arnold Ford in the dashes and relays. The following men are outstanding in their
events: Don Stockton, mile, Tom Ganale, mile, Larry Atwell, shot put and discuss,
George liildreth, four-fortyg Roger Hobbs, hurdlesg Tom Graddock, hurdlesg lim
Fisher, relaysg Dick Brayley, relays and dashes, and Gerald Erway, relays and dashes.
The team is rounded out by four men who are trying out for the first time, Glen
Anderson, Donald Erway, George Snell, and Williain Schmackpfeffer. The team has
a good schedule which starts April 27. It is as follows:
April 27 - Holley at Albion
Moy 4 - Albion, Oakfield, and Alexander at Alexander
May ll - LeRoy, Corfu, Alden, and Albion at Albion
May l4 - Relays at LeRoy
May l8 - Bi-County Meet at Batavia
May 25 - Batavia at Albion
June l - Albion at Brockport
June 4 - Sectionals at Rochester
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P. O'DonneIl J. O'Brieri, J. Pahura, D. Radzinski
Absentfl. Daniels, G. Bonds
Top Row: D. Erwov, W. Smith, G. Wahl, L. Atwell, G.
2nd Raw' Coach Spierdowls, G. Erway, E. Shevliri, D. Wells,
lst Row: l., Johnson, A. Cote
F. F. A. BASKETBALL
R. Hobbs, R. Harling, A. Kuhn, D. Parker, W. Narburgh
J. V. BASKETBALL
Top Row: J. Jones, D. Splerdowis, F. Daniels, A. DeCarlo
2nd Row: G. Batt, J. Denniston, J. Craddock, J. Fisher
J. Ellis, W. Poland, E. Ulianclll
lst Raw: D. Parker, G. Earnst, R. Brooks, B. Canham
G. Edwards, R. Brodie
The hoys on the howling team have worlied hard this year. They have howlecl
each weela for a period of ten weelis and were selected to represent Albion Gentral
School in a county elimination tournament. The winners of this tournament will
represent Cienesee-Orleans Gounty in a section howling tournament held in Rochester.
The li. li. A. basketball team, headed by Ronald llarling, has made a fine
showing this year. The team has played each of the fix e schools in this county twice,
malying a total of ten games. They will meet Wfilson at lXliddleport for the playoffs.
llard luelx was with the .lunior Varsity hasliethall team this year. The squad
had one win and fifteen losses. lYlost of last ycaris first string was promoted to this
year's Varsity team. which is probably the reason for so many losses. Good lucli
next year boysl
Edwin Tower is the captain of this years wrestling squad. liiye of last yearis
lettermen, who are Edwin Tower. Leland llohnson, Ed Shcryin, Gerald Erway,
T'Vayne Smith, and Gerald Vllahl. will compete in the semi-finals and finals at Hrocli-
port' State Teachers College.
Attica 37 --,
Middleport O ,s
Perry 47 ssssss
Letchworth 36 -D
Middleport l5 -s
Batavia Blind School 23 ..... Albion
Medina O ..s,s -- Albion
Alden l4 .s..s.,,,,,, --- Albion 26
Alexander 29 -, so Albion l3
GI RLS' ATHLETICS
This year a new organization has been added to the Albion Central School in
the line of activities. This is the Girls' Athletic Association. Mary Daniels heads
the G. A. A. as President, with Sue Monagan as Vice President, Barbara Bestivo as
Secretary and Glaudia McGollough as Treasurer. The representatives from the
homerooms to the G. A. A. are: Senior representative-Betty Sargent, Junior repre-
sentative-Betty Bigger, Sophomore representative-Mary Ann Osborn, Freshman
representative-Martha Standish, Eighth Grade representative-Joan Gavenda, and
Seventh Grade representative-Dora Fenton.
Volleyball comes first in the line of activities. Sixteen Juniors and Seniors went
to Medina for a playday. Each team played two games. We won two games and
lost two. We had a very nice time. Some girls also participated in the volleyball
games which were played during the noon hour. Betty Sargent is the volleyball
Next in the line of sports comes basketball. We are planning on attending a
playday at Medina. Each class is to be represented on the team. Many girls took
part in the noon hour basketball activities. Janice Minckley is the baskbetball
Bowling is one game which is played after school. There are about eighty girls
signed up to bowl either Tuesday or Wednesday after school. We came in 5th
place out of fifteen who bowled in a telgraphic meet last year and are hoping to do
better this year. Rosemary Sadler is the bowling manager.
Stunts and Tumbling comes up next in classes. There is quite a bit of exercise
involved but most of the girls really enjoy themselves.
Softball is next in the field of sports. Last year Medina and Holley came here
for a playday. We hope we can do it again this year.
As summer draws near it brings the enjoying sport of tennis. We had a nice
group out for tennis last year and we hope to have a few more this year. If possible
it would be nice to have a match with another school.
Our cadets this year have been Miss Jermyn, Miss Lehrner and Miss Green.
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J. Minckley, M. Soevo, B. Resfivo, J. Nudd, S. Monogon, E. Minckley, A. Giorrizzo
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Standing: D. Gregg, D. Minier, F. Hotch
Kneeling: B. Leigh, N. Bielinski, M. DeCorIo
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Teo Raw: B. Sargent, B. Bigger
2nd Row: M. Daniels, S. Managan, B. Reslivo, C. Mc
Culleugh, M. Standish
Isl Row: R. Sadler, J. Gavenclo, G. Pilato, D. Fenton,
Top Row: M. Dock, B. Pahufo, J. Robinson, J. Treble
lsT Row: P. Leigh, J. Bigger, J. Koch, B. Rosenblum, P
Top Row: J. Nudd, J. Bigger, J. Tiffany, S. Pecorella,
M Dock, B. Pahuto, J. Robinson
2nd Raw: S. Hubbell, M. McKenna, F. Hatch, P. Fraser
A. Allporf, E. Ludwick, J. Koch
lst Row: M. Saeva, J. Minckley, J. Blackman, M. Durronf
M. Newlands, A. Giarrizze
Top Row: B. Restivo, P, Leigh, S. Monagan, J. Nudcl
S. Beach, B. Bigger
2nd Row: M. Newlands, M. Durronf, B. Durrant, M. Daniels
J. Robinson, B. Sargenf
lst Row: J, Boufer, F. Howkins, G. Allport, J. Rebinson
Top Row: R, Defy
2nd Row: E. Minckley, P. Leigh, J. Mincklcy, S. Dailey
lsf Row: J, Bouler, E. Sargent
J, Robinson, J. Minckley, M. Daniels, B. Pahura, M. Dock
Most Popular Girl
Most Popular Boy
- -- -PATRICIA RICE
- ---ARNOLD KUHN
Wtttiest Girl --.--- ----..-- B ETTY SARGENT
lUittiest Boy -----
Brightest Girl ----
Brightest Boy ----
Prettiest Girl ---.
Handsouiest Bot' ...-- --
- - - -lVlARY DANIELS
Best Dressed Girl ---- ------ M ARY KEELER
Best Dressed Boy -
Most Friendly Girl
Most Friendly Boy
Most Musical Girl
Most Musical Boy
Most Athletic Boy
Most Athletic Girl
--- ------ ARNOLD KUHN
- -M ARCIA lVlERRILL
- - - ----- RICHARD CiRIFFIN
- - - ----- BETTY SARCENT
Most Quiet Girl --- ------- Lois lVlILLER
Most Quiet Boy --- ---- CLINTON WEAVER
Best Actress -----
Best Actor -----
Ideal Vlfife ------
Ideal Husband ---
Neatest Senior ---
Arnold Kuhn's stopping for a Hsmackn on the way home from Rochester?
The mad hunt for the key to 3lO?
Ann Neuremburgls bringing her lunch to Study Hall - thought it was Wednesday?
The day Mr. D'Amico called the license of his own car to be moved?
The lumpy punch at the Senior Tea?
The "Echo Cheer" as done by the teachers?
The day joe Saccds car froze up?
The "air sickness" at the Ice Follies?
The day that our French friend Philippe Nlorizet had all the girls under ninety in
Best Executive ----
Most Versatile ----
- - - -RONALD HARLINC
- - -- - - -DONALD STEELE
M ost Responsible ----------- RONALD HARLINC
Best Speaker ---------
Most Ambitious -------------- ERLING M AINE
Biggest Nuisance to
Teachers- - -PHILIP DAILEY
Best Dancer --.----------------- MAE SAEVA
Gayest Chatterbox -- ----- SHIRLEY SARGENT
Most Smilinf' -.--- ----- I OETTE MCKENNA
Most Diligent ---
- - - - - -DANIEL lUDWICK
Most Artistic ---- --------- R OBERT SADOWSKI
M ost Original -----
Most lihelv to Succeed -------- DYCK POLAND
Best Disposition ----------
Best Figure -------- -
Best Physique -----
Most Efficient -.---
Most Poised -.--
Most Atomic ---
Most Courteous ---
Most Relaxed -----
--- ------- DONALD HILL
- ----IANICE NUDD
- - - -lNlARY DANIELS
. ------ lVlARY KEELER
- - - - -BARBARA RESTIVO
-- - - -A. PANEPINTO
Best Santa Claus ---- ----.- l ERRY WAHL
When Erling coulcln't remove his hat, because he didnlt have it on?
The assembly program when lim Miller saw "More Birds!"
The bus trip to Buffalo when we spoke deaf and dumb language?
Gerry Wahl being Santa to all the girls?
John Pahura's buying a diamond for twenty-seven cents?
Arlene and lanice as flat tires at the pep assembly?
The mothballs in the radiators?
The day the Editors ate Herb Steele's lunch?
Mae and loe as Maw and Paw Larkin?
The Chevron Variety Show - Anne and Connie "Why Did You Believe Me?"
The mad dash home on the bus from Rochester?
The day Erling Maine flew the flag - what, no flag?
The bumps and bruises from the skating parties?
Herb Steele walking up the walls of the Hotel Syracuse?
Mary I-ou Manfredi's timing when Mrs. Landfear asked if we ran a kindergarten
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ALBION 509 HOLLEY 503
Lost minute instructions "S'sters" "Muff" and "Jeff"
Country girl Logs Whot's in The bottle?
Ploy boli Country boy Heove-Ho
Cheer up Albion "A" Mixing drinks
JOHN A. JACKSON, D. D. S.
223 South Maul St.
Albion, New York
Goodyear Tires and Service
Best Wishes to the
Class of '55
Wilkinson and Canham
J. R. JULIANA
Plumbing and Heating
You Don't Have a Truck
Unless You Own a
G M C
327 East Avenue
AL-BION, NEW YORK
58 North Main Street
SHEET METAL MATERIALS
TOOLS - HOUSEWARES
PAINTS, BRUSI-IES and GLASS
Phone 266 Albion, New York
Congratulations and All Best Wishes
To The Class of '55
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Fashions F rocks and
ALBION, NEW YORK
Charles V. Paganelli
Real Estate - Insurance
Rialto Theatre Bldg.
Albion, N. Y.
Merrill Funeral Homes
M HOLLENBECK 8: HOBBS
iF Breeding of Registered
I Holstein Cattle
l Carnation Breeding
PHONE WATERPORT 2897
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U ALBION DINER 1
l HAROLD and J. L. BROOKS
LeVERE B. BROWN
lm Farm Bureau Insurance
ll Co.' s Representative
1 Phone 1275
l s. ELTON MILLER
5 Richfield Products
Groceries Cold Meats I
U TOBACCO - ICE CREAM
BATTERIES - TIRES
Run In Before You Run Out
Barre Center - Albion, N. Y.,
ROWLEY'S I. G. A.
AND LOCKER SERVICE
R. 8: B. MARKET
337 Caroline St.
And Choice Meats
W NEILAN BROTHERS
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WH N OU Dr. George S. Bakeman
CALL HUBBELL n Denfisf
ALBION Best Wishes
INC- PEG and DON'S
103 North Main Street
Al'. ion, New York 210 N, Main
xi, .B .B B EL A .ji
V Compliments of
CAR SERVICE l
N. Main st. o JOSEPH DE CARLO'S
Albion, N. Y. Phone 383
"Richfield Products" L Plumbing ' Heating
LUBRICATION H Sheet Metal
Truck and Car Tire Service 138 N. Main St. Phone 391
THE ALBION FURNITURE STORE
Complete Home Furnishings
North Main St. Phone 34
I3 East Bank Street Albion, New York
Sales and Service
125 North Main Albion, New York
Congratulations Class of ' 55
L A N D A U E R ' S
CELEBRATING OVER 90 YEARS OF FRIENDLY SERVICE
TO ALBION AND VICINITY
Stanley J. Landauer, Sr., '23 Donald G. Landauer, '44
Stanley J. Landauer, Jr., '46
The Lineup Actors? Whof o mess
Hord Worker Come ond get if Dump The frosh!
"H th F"
ey ere New boord The Lomp
Surprised? Cute Couple Wow!
Compliment l T H O M P S O N , S
of i Paint Wallpaper
Venetian Blinds Furnitur
W A L T E R , S Aluminum Windows
DRESS sHoP Phmm
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Compliments oi K A R L W O L F E
sAMMET,S Lindsay Automatic
ll N. Mn.. sf. Albion, N. Y. Water Softeners
Compliments X of
f l KARNS
0 1 FURNITURE STORE
JASON'S SHOE STORE
Joe Salvatore from
Michael Christopher , F. H. HILDRE-I-H
111 Main Street
EARL D. LEIGH ilJOSEPHWATTSSTOREl
I N S U R A N C E Plumbing -. Tinning
f A11 K' cl l He"""g
0 In S . Air Conditioning l
Phone 192 g oaa Fellows Temple Albion, N. Y.
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Complitlnents Compliments of '
FISCHER'S NEWSROOM l BEAUTY SALON I
105 N- Main St-1 Albion, N- Y- 133 East Bank St. Phone 1436 Q
OQJIL ll MCMURRAYS l
COMPANY l SPORTING GOODS
, , l STORE
Wholesale Distributors of
Socony Products J! X 136 N. Mann Phone 256-W
419 West State Street Phone 327 Albion' New York
O. ess .AA .2 ni - If I
Cmnplimc-nts Compliments of N
of , ALBION BEVERAGES
ALBION DONUT SHOP V ' -.,
"WHEN Youuuz DowN BY THE T- C smmippo, Pm.
CANAL DROP IN? 128 Washington St. Phone 250
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Who1'5 behind The Clown? lT's In This
Trot! Trot! to Boston All heaped up
Again? Behind The scones
Best Wishes to Class of '55
MR. and MRS. LEON C. GRINNELL
Our Goods Are Always the Same, and Always the Best
We Specialize in Rolls, Party Cookies and Cakes
For All Oc
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With Best Wishes A
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Watches n I
Albion, New York Phone 423 M casions.
Albion, New York
103 North Main Phone 104
RED AND WHITE
144 South Clinton St.
The Finest .Meats in Town
146 Caro-line St. Phone 1291
Weekdays -- 8:00 a. m. - 9 p. m.
Sundays - 9:00 a. m. - 1 p. m.
MARY M. CRADDOCK
Albion, New York
THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
Kerosene, Range and Furnace Oil
ACCESSORIES - TIRES
EARLE C. WALTERS
Men's Apparel Shop
Men' s and Boys' Wear
27 E. Bank Street, Albion, New York
ALBION - HOLLEY
ALBION DRUG STORE
R. G. GARDNER
The REXALL Store
Albion, New York 0
BUD'S MOBIL SERVICE
Tires - Batteries
24 HOUR SERVICE
19 East Ave. Phone 604
G L F farm Products Coop,
SEED - FERTILIZER
Albion, New York
T O W N T A X I
Phone 1455 24 Hour Service
DUSTERS - SPRAYERS
Q.OIlllJlll1lClllS of INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
JAMES MICELI Five Corners Albion, N. Y.
E 8: O RESTAURANT C .
Banquets - Dinners
Ll1I1Ch88 Class of 1955
Main Street Albion, N. Y. C U R R Y y S
Compliments Quality Dairy Products
W O L C O T T ' S
Milk Milk Shakes
Leonard A. Depczynski
S undaes Sodas
She ickes the coke "The Gong" Small, Medlum, Large
Muscles Wxde eyed wonder Two and one
Lote or corly? Guess who? I5 The water wot?
Thomas Lipton, Inc:
ALBION, NEW YORK
COLONIAL FILLING STATION
GEORGE F. CRIMES, Proprietor
Auto Accessories Verified Esso Lubrication
Corner of Bank and Liberty Streets, Albion, N. Y.
COLBURN LUMBER COMPANY
GEORGE B. CURTIS, owner
Albion, New York
DALE 8z SON SUPER MARKET, INC.
Albion, New York
HENRY G. KEELER - General Contractor
Albion, New York
MOORE Bus LINES ig
ROBERT H. MOORE, Owner w
Buses for All Occasions
Phone 649 Albion, N. Y. BENTLEY BROS.
Farm Equipment W
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Oliver - New Idea - Ontario Drills t
Boggs Graders - Iron Age
Phone Barre 666 Albion, N. Y., R. F. D. Z fat Barre Center,
7777 YV Y PM Y YYYY nrirmr lr W WW 1
DOCK FLOORS INC. n
Floor and Wall Coverings
127 North Main Street Phone 1091 Albion, New York
RENO A. DOCK, President
S ,ES EE, .E S EEEWEE
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SALES and SERVICE P
Dollar For Dollar You Can't Beat a Pontiac 170 North Main Street Albion, New York ,
S. J. MILITELLO Telephone Albion 91
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Swmg time Jump! "No busmcss like show business"
Hero Comes home! "Oh you beautiful doll!" Little Wheels
Bug wheels Whose Tipsy Bug grm
Best Wishes to the Class of 1955
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FURJIJTURESTORE A'-5'oN N Y
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J. H. ROBINSON OIL COMPANY
Delco Oil Furnaces
PHONE 22 ALBION, NEW YORK
THE QUAKER MAID All Electrical
CO., INC. ,
Brockport, N. Y.
Ann Page .Foods I west Bank sf. Albion, N Y E
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THE CORNER PHARMACY
DANIEL K. WEALE ALFREL J. KUBICA, PH. G
H. 8.1 A. SUPERETTE
Henry 8: Agnes Radzinski
Meats, Groceries, Vegetables and Sundries
R. F. D. 4 Telephone 881-J
THE WOODS 8: SPRAGUE MILLING CO., INC.
Locally Owned and Operated by A. H. S. Graduates
Howard L. Woods Stanley T. Woods
James A. Brodie Loraine M. Sprague Charles S. Woods
CRAFFEY INSURANCE AGENCY
110 East Avenue Albion, New York
GUIDO'S SUPER MARKET
"We Specialize in the Best"
409 - 311 East State Street Phone 1499
BELL'S SERVICE STATION
CITIZENS DAIRY 3
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Homogenized Milk l :
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I BALCOM PRODUCE CO
Ii 26 Main Street Phone 523
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J. H. SAYERS, Inc.
Men's and Boys' Clothing and urnishings
"A Good Store in a Good Town"
Best Wishes to Class of 1955 s
FRANK S. NAYMAN
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Best For Prlnflng and Adverflslng EV?
H. DART PORTER
I N S U R A N C E
3 Marine Trust Co. Building Albion, New York
STARKWEATHER FREIGHT LINES
Daily Service Between Rochester and Buffalo
ROCHESTER ALBION BUFFALO
Genesee 1647 222 Mohawk 3825
Congratulations to the Class of '55
"As Each of You Stand on the Threshold of Tremendous Living
Congratulations Class of 1955
ALBION LUMBER COMPANY
LEE MAINE, Owner
206 West Avenue Albion, New Y
BASTIA BROS., CO.
Rochester, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive High School
Jewelry - Engraved Commencement
Announcements - Name Cards
MR. GEORGE D. Kll..l..lP, Box 170, Rochester, N. Y.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1955
You have our sincere wish for a future Filled with success and
The services of our bank are available to you, and we invite you to
call on us at any time we can be of assistance either personally or financially.
THE MARINE TRUST COMPANY
of Western New York
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
of TRAVEL BUREAU
A L B I O N ,l r B. B. TRUMBLE, Prop.
R E C R E A T I 0 N l J Greyhound Terminal
Phone Albion 72 Albion, N
INSURANCE SERVICE AGENCY
Mildred W. Haines Paul R. Haines
P H O N E S
Albion 390 Barre 974-J-2 Albion 1334
Co-Editors - - - - DONALD STEELE, ARLENE GIARRIZZO
Assistant Editors - - - SUE LESTER, WALLACE DALE
Literary Editor - ---- MARY KEELER
Senior Editor - - - FRANCIS NAYMAN
Business Manager - - DYCKMAN POLAND
Promotion Managers RJARY DANIELS, ERLING MAINE
Advertising Managers MAE SAEVA, RONALD HARLING
Circulation Manager - - - - PATRICIA RICE
Typing Manager - ROSALIE PIAZZA
Art Manager - ROBERT SADOWSKI
Pliotography Manager ----- - RICHARD ANDERSON
Marilyn Batt, Susan Beach, Kay Bell, Nancy Bertsch, Nancy Bielinski, Betty Bigger, Peggy
Bigger, Clement Bokman, Beth Brodie, Carol Brace, Beverly Brownell, Carol Campbell, Norma
Chrzan, Sally Coville, lda Crawshaw, Betty Daniels, Joan DeCarlo, Lucille D'Angelo, Barbara
Durrant, Gail Gottovi, Bonnie Grimm, Faye Hatch, Don Hill, Kay Hubbell, Onalee
Jacobs, Daniel Judwick, Sharon Juliana, Marcia Ludwick, Mary Lou Manfredi, Francis
Manno, Ilah Long, Mary McKenna, Dawn Minier, Sally Moore, Mary Norburgh, Ann Navarro,
Cynthia Noreck, Janice Nudd, Betty Pahuta, Shirley Pecorello, Gerry Pilato, Willie Poland,
Micheline Raniere, Beth Rosenblum, Rosemary Sadler, Betty Sargent, Shirley Snyder, Darla
Starkweather, DeLono Sullivan, Jane Treble, Linda True, Sondra Waldo
Richard Brownell, Race Bergman, Edward Shervin, Robert Hales
Susan Beach, Terry Neal, Erling Maine, Dyck Poland, Faye Hatch, Patricia Rice, Rosalie
Piazza, Elaine Coloney, Ann Navarro, Beverley Brownell, Shirley Pecorello, Ilah Long,
Francis Nayman, Gerry Pilato, Mary Keeler, Daniel Judwick
Barbara Restivo, Lorraine Steier, Ruth Doty, Lois Miller
Duane Holbrook, Ronald Greenlee, John Denniston, Parm Wilder, Wayne Hughes, Robert
Juliana, Fred Babcock, Connie Bloom, Shirley Scoppa, Janet Koch, Grace Ann Collins, Adrienne
Daniels, John Dutcher, Eugene Christopher, Betty Ludwick, Nancy Bertsch, Jane Roth, Pat
Gaze, Sally Coville, Joyce Dawley, Eileen Baker, Claudia McCullough, Linda Harvey, Carolyn
Miller, Claudia Britt, Carol Spinks, Marjorie Bates, Lucille D'Angelo, Dorothy Buckland,
Susan Monagan, Elaine Coloney, Pat Fraser, Patricia Leigh, Sally Moore, Dorothy Gregg,
Carol Campbell, lda Crawshaw
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DON'T BUY DOLLARS-
Bedtime WOW! Dozen Dwllwcs
Swing Musxc Kids Agom Moof
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Proud Formly "WheeI of ForTur1c" Hong on
COMPLETE FARM SERVICE
SALES AND SERVICE GENUINE PARTS
CA TERPILLER Tractors
JOHN BEAN Spray Machines and Dusters
BOLENS Garden Tractors
DeLaval Cream Separators and Milking Machines
New Holland Farm Equipment I
Ontario Grain Drills
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES AND COAL
Automatic Heating Equipment
RALPH J. VICK 8: SONS, INC.
128 WEST AVENUE PHONE 128 ALBION, N. Y.
ALBION MOTOR CO.
Chevrolet - Oldsmobile
Phone 102 Albion, New York
and group pictures
MQSER TUDIG, INC.
27 Clinton Avenue North
Rochester, New York
Eddy Printing CO.
Albion, N. Y.
Fine Copy Work
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