Albion High School - Chevron Yearbook (Albion, NY)
- Class of 1960
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Published by the
STUDENTS OF CARL I. BERGERSON HIGH SCHOOL
Albion, New York
Volume l, Number 1 of the Clzerrou appeared in February 1912. It contained
editorials on "The Vvisdom of VVashington", "Responsibility" and "The Value
The activities of the school were well covered. There had been a speech on
self-reliance - "important"g medals had been awarded for a track meet. The cast
of the high school play had presented "His Uncle lohnf' A column of Senior
advice to the juniors urged them to be more udifferentialfl The 1911 football team
pleaded Hmisunderstanding of a rule coupled with hard luck."
There was a joke section:
"Are you ticklish?"
"No, I'm Irish."
There were pictures - the football team and the track team vied with George
Waslmingtoii and Lincoln.
There were ads.
The feature of the issue was an explanation of the name Chevron.
"Many years ago when linighthood and he1'aldry were preeminent in the old
world, a device representing the rafters of a house was often worn on a shield to
betolcen the successful accomplishment of some noteworthy deed. So the name
Cl'rev1'01fL has been chosen because it represents an ideal."
The Chevron has changed in content. VVe had a poem by Carl Carmel' in
our first issue. VVe've grown in size but we still represent the rafters that hold up
the roof of the house. NVe still uphold the honor of our school.
1960! Mark off the path of the history of our school!
Ondlanuary 31, 1960, Donald R. Nesbitt, president of the Board of Education
presente a plaque which changes the name of the high school building.
The plaque is inscribed:
CARL I. BERGERSON
This building is named hy the people
of the Albion Central School District
in honor of Carl I. Bergerson.
As a teacher and administrator
his devoted service in
educating us and our children
has given our community and our country
a greatly enriched heritage.
1960-though not a conventional anniversary, marks a milestone for w
became Carl I. Bergerson I-Iigh School.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
tion and Faculty -
"ln lllu days ul' Knjglnlwod, thc CIICVIUII
lxclcl up to thc cycs of otlwrs honor zmcl praise
for the mam on whose shield .il was pluccdf'
Curl I. Bcrgcnsfm. friend to all the clmildrcn
ol' ull ilu' pcuplu. the Clmcvrfmn humbly places
this clmcxron on Yfllll' shield.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Top Row: Gordon McMurray, James Parsons, Leonard Depczynski, Thomas McNall, Lewis Hollenbeck
Sitting: Joseph Sadler, Donald Nesbitt, Jean Lorant
Z. Brown, E. Williams, E. Hatch
A. Morton, M. Fowler, J. Daniels, L. Mantredi
Seated: A. Hazel
Absent from picture: S. Daniels
In the short time he has been with us,
Mr. Wolfe, as superintendent, has shown that
he can match the giant strides forward taken
by Mr. Bergerson. Under his supervision,
Albion Central will continue to grow in every
To insure a school's progress is one of the
chief duties of an administrator. Over the years
Mr. Anderson, first as Vice Principal and now
as Principal, has worked unstintingly to see that
Albion Central moves forward.
Evelyn A. Collins-Librarian, Library Club, Bernard Lynch-English, Public Speaking, Senior
Play, Helena Hogan-J. H. S. English, Sydne Brownell-Freshman English, College
Orientation, Clarion Echo, May Scl'1nitzerfEnglisl'1g Margaret Landfear-Senior English,
Yearbook Advisor, Margaret Sherman-English
Absent from picture-Winifred New
Virginia Morrison-Health, General Science, Harold R. Conrad-Health, General Science, Bas-
ketball, Arthur G. Campbell-General Science, David Benders-Biology, Science Club,
Harry W, Salchak-Science, Football, Varsity Club
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Roland Sanford-8th Math, Social Studies, Director of Transportation, Irene Harrigan-French,
American History, Sam Salchak-Social Studies, Drivers Education, Football, Varsity
Club, Norman Hill-Social Studies, Student Council, Henry Putnam Math, Service
Club, Marjorie MOHOHGY-Am9fiCOH and World History
Thomas Hopkins-Algebra, Robert Bacon-Math, Radio Listeners Club, Ethelwyn Martin-
Mothg Sadie Britton-Intermediate and Advanced Moth
Edward Smith-Latin, Service Club, Yearbook Advisorg Irene Harrigan-French, Amervccn History
Norma DiLaura-Guidance, Future Teachers of America, Junior Red Cross
National Honor Society
Mory A. Trumble-Vocal Music, Giec Club, Moses Sherman-Instrumental Music, Bond
Arlene Sanger-Homemoking, Future Homemokers, Edith Anderson-Home
making, Future Homernokers of America
Anne Holt-Commercial, Commercial Clubg Jean Fenton-Commercialg Roy Schroeder-Corrv
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Dorofhy Anderson-School Nurse, Future Nurses Clubg Irma Dobson-Girls' Physical Education,
G. A. A., Cheeringg Michael Spierdowis-Boys' Physical Education
Absent from picture-Dr. J. A. Elson
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
Oscor Rickey-Industrial Arts, Audio Visuolg Hugh Dudley-Vocational Agriculture, F. F. A
David Sanford-Industrial Arts
Hazen Wolfe-Art, Photography Club
Absent from picture-Doreen Sundell-High School Art, Art Club
SEVENTH GRADE TEACHERS
Standing: James Burnett, Joseph Ballanca
Seated: Nellie Willey, Lorraine Sprague, Helen Severns, Mildred Hazel-National Honor
Societyg Hazel Burton
To those of us who knew him so well, the passing of hlr. New was indeed a
great loss both to the school and thc community of Albion.
lVlr. New was more than a revular Af. Teacher. He ala ed a vital wart in thc
fi is l. Y l
lilc of every farm hoy.
He believed and taught that one must look over a job intelligently and then
tackle it with determination, ambition and hard work. Mr. New lived by these
principles himself and respected anyone else who lived by them. I knowg I was
one of his students.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
S. NAVARRA, 1. CAPURSO.
B. MIX, Scirssrrw
Bangl went the gavel, and sent I-I-I seniors scurrying to their seats. After twelve
years the class of 1960 finally had a year of the prestige and responsibility of being
the oldest group in school, before going out into the world to begin again as novices.
To help in the endless tasks of our advisors, Mrs. Landfear, Mr. llill, and Mr.
Salchak, we elected the following officers:
lACK Crxvurxso - f A President
BARRY Mix - Vice President
SANDRA Nfxvannrx - Secretary
Imxms Sor1sETTix Treasurer
XVhat was our first big dressfup occasion? The Senior Tea. Tea? Not a drop,
but everyone enjoyed the delicious punch. Will we ever fo1'get 'Seven Little Girls
Sitting in the Back Seat" with the allemale cast or the clever skit enacted CPD by
several of the girls?
In December the spotlight of the theater world shown brightly on the ACS
stage. "Big Hearted Herbert" starring our seniors under the direction of Mr.
Lynch was one of the best plays presented on our stage.
Who would have guessed that Pat Mackey could fill Santa Clausls suit? But
he did and the annual Christmas party was a great success.
On March 29 the seniors boarded buses to sec the famous Globetrotters and
Althea Gibson in Rochester.
The seniors sncnt their "leisure" time Jartici uatin v in Band, Glee Club, saorts,
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club activities, and in proudly cheering our basketball team on to an undefeated
May brought the Senior Ball. The theme -A Sayonara. How lovely we were
against the Oriental backgroundl
Finals, narties, uictures, callin' cards, announcements, tri as - the bio vear
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passed quickly and before we knew it we were nearing the biggest trip of all -
the one across the stage in cap and gown on Commencement night.
Varsity Football Club
Art Editor of
National Honor Society,
Junior Red Cross
Typing Staff of
National Honor Society,
Head of Typing Staff
Varsity Football Club
National Honor Society
Junior Red Cross
Typist School Paper
National Honor Society
Art Editor of
Future Teachers Club,
National Honor Society,
Pres. District I2
National Honor Society
Future Homema kers
Secretary and Treasurer
of Future Nurses
Publicity Chairman of
National Honor Society
National Honor Society
Traffic Safety Council
Future Farmers of
Future Farmers of
Future Farmers of
Football Varsity Club
Future Teachers of
Varsity Football Club,
President Service Club
National Honor Society
Future Fa rrners
J. V. Football,
J. V. Basketball
Clarion Echo Editor,
Supply Store Manager,
Senior Editor Yearbook
Junior Red Cross,
J. V. Cheerleader,
Vice President ot
l National Honor Society,
National Honor Society,
National Honor Society,
All State Glee Club,
lllost Popular Girl
.llost Popular Boy
llfittiest Girl ..... - -
lflfittiest Boy ....
Brightest Girl ---
Brightest Boy ---
------- ------Dow FENTON
- - - - -"FRED" FRITZ
- - -BRUCE SARTYVELI.
Prettiest Girl ....... ..... C AROLYN REED
Handsoinest Boy -
Best Dressed Girl -
- - - - -DAVID GREENLEE
- - - - -SIIARRON BROOKS
Best Dressed Boy ----- .----- DAVID ELLIS
Most Friendly Girl
Host Friendly Boy
Most Musical Girl
Most Musical Boy
Most Athletic Girl
Most Athletic Boy
--- ---- SHARON FERRIS
-- -- - --------BARRY MIX
-- -.-- ROGER HARRADINE
- - - - - -GAIL GREGG
-- ------- DICK FORDER
Most Quiet Girl --.- ---JOYCE PECORELLA
Most Quiet Boy ----- ..---.-. I: ARL PARKER
Most Smiling Girl
Most Smiling Boy
Best Actress -----
Best Actor ------
Ideal llVife -.--- I
Ideal Husband --- ------
Neatest Senior --- ---
l-aziest Senior --
Best Executive --
Most Versatile ---
- - - DAVID CREENLEE
- -------- BARBARA HILL
- - - - - - -lVIICKEY PILON
- - - -lVlICKEY PILON
- ---- JIM COLLICHIO
- - .--- DENNIS SLIZEWSKI
Most Responsible .. -..-...---. JACK CAPURSO
Best Speaker ---------------- RICHARD VAOOA
Biggest Nuisance io
Best Dancer -----
Teachers ---- HFREDH FRITZ
- -- - - - - - -PETER PEI-LIGRINO
,llost Talkatiue -- -- . ----- JUDY I-,UDWICK
Most Diligent - - -
Most Artistic ----- - - -
- - -WILLIAM PARKER
- - -SHARON PERRIS
Most Original ------------.- JANIS BANNISTER
Most Likely to Succeed ---- DENNIS SLIZEVVSKI
Best Disposition ------.-..---..- PAT NIACKEY
Ten O'clock Scholar -----.-- LARRY NARBURGH
Most Courteous Senior --- ---. - ---- JULIA IDE
National Honor Society
Seniors studying QPJ in the library. Leave if fo Mickey to eat the last picce!
Oh happy day! Senior pictures have arrived! Gcf your money our! Look what Santa brought Poof!
"And what am I bid for this one?" Chef Scibctta and his helpers try to cat some of their own concoction
Arc they buying pencils Paf's pu! on a IS Monogan working for a change?
to do homework? few pounds.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ELL. IX. LACEY, IX. nIA1.oN15, D. NIILLFR
Money, money, cvGrywI1QrcF This your our
class is thc richest ciziss cvcr. VVC sold nearly
four thouszmd cIoIIzirs worth of magazines which
toppcd thc oIcI record hy about six huncircci
Cioiliirs. But wc cIicIn't stop thcrc. VVQ put on
a junior Prom for the first time in ton years.
Everyone who aittcncicci cnjoycci it immcnsciy.
Later in tht- ycur the ,Iunior Class saw gi
spcctaicuiiir PCI'IiU1'ITlLll1CC Lit thc Ice Follies. This
was un cvcnt to which wc all had Iwcn Iooicing
Iforwzird zinci cvcryonc rcmaincci opcn-cycci 'til
tht' IzltG, IQIIC Cnci.
Many -Iuniors participating in sports. chccr
ing, gicc ciuh, :md Imnci helped acIcIccI glory to
sucscssfui seasons. VVe :iii realize how much wc
owe to tht- help of our patient and capahie aci-
risors, Mrs. Mzihoncy, Mr. Smith, Nr. Sum
Sziicimii, and Mrs. IX'Iartin.
Top Row: G. Coville, L. Sebring, F. Gurzynski, C. Thoine, E. Drought, E. Whiting, R. Norman, J.
Pefronio, S. Peglow
3rd Row: D. Lipperf, S. Soencer, I. Phillips, D. Monccelli, D. Jullcino, S. Brown, M. Liopert, F. Cox
2nd Row: R. Sadler, S. Milier, M. Boyer, A. Spcncer, P. Colcllci, D. Long, F. Tribunellc
Ist Row: D. Pinson, M. A. Lettis, S. Woolston, R. Kendrick, K. Bower, C. Grimble, J. Hole
H. Jones C, l-lughsoi., J, Faust, D. Tower, R. Fowler, T. Mahoney, R. Frocchi, T. Millcr
J. Morrison, J. Gould
M. Blake, L. Ingroharn, C. Broley, P. Jones, R. West, E. Wilder, J. Perozzani, R. Dillion
C. Morrison, R. Tschetter, R Turner, C. Piozza, M. l.oMortino, T. Richards, E. Vick
S. Losccll, C. Monno, M. Wolker, E. Lupo, H, Govigon, C. Miles, l-i. Pcnasack
W, Recd D. Sanford, K. Morshall, J Proctor, M. Hoag, D. Miller, R. l-lowes, G. Monogon
D. Bloom, C Eurgoon
A. Locoye AI. Allen, D. Gibson, P. Lake, P, Logalbo, J. l-larmer, A. Molonc, J. Kelly, R. Nelson
D. Ricci, W. Birch, D. Kidney, G. Wilson, J. Thompson, G. Albright, D. Stirk, D. Shervin
S. Lent, P. Nelson, C. Boci, M. Alport, A. Piazzo, B. Webster, K. Shock
Top Row: J. Mathos, S. Covillc. G. Hooper, A. Tribunella, R. Makowski, C. Polmer, B. Wilson, E. Lose,
J. Butts, J. McKenna
3rd Row: E. Sidari, P. Sullivan, C. Saeva, G. Palmer, K. Minervirio, A. Hadsiead, C. West, D. Thompson,
F. Dilodovico I
2nd Row: B. Boyer, D. O'Bricn, D. Davis, P. Howlell, S. Rush, R. Saule, D. Smith
lsf Row: S. Droughi, S. Pawloczyk, S. Ingram, B. DeHor1d, H, Reiferson, G. McCartney, M. Groczyk
Decorators make sure the snowflakes wor1't fall
at the Junior Prom
7 I. Phillips, J. McKenna, S. Pawlaczyk, A. Lacey
XVC clon't havc barrels ot money. but wc do
harc lots ol' fun! Our succcssful Christmas
party was prool' of this. Anothcr party is
plannccl to climax our year.
Clcc Cluh, Scrricc Cluh, Stuclcnt Council,
-I. V. ancl Varsity Sports - this is only the
hcginning ol' a long list oF actiritics wc sophor
niorcs participatccl in.
lxlany thanlxs go to our aclvisors, lxflrs.
Schnitvc r. Mrs. llarrigan. Mrs. llolt. Miss llritl
ton, and Mr. Conrad for their help in making
this such a succcssful year. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
.X. PARKE, C. PEconF1.l..x. D. Scum iz. ll. Cxvunso
Top Row: G. Parker, W. Plummer, D. Preston, E. Restivo, S. Sedore, J. Capurso, P, Morton, W. Schoger,
R. Klctt, R. Shultz
3rd Row: S. Belson, J. Norman, M. Acri, R. LoGaIbo, S. Smith, A. Kachuk, N. Beardsly, D. Grimes
2nd Row: J. Hayes, J. Durrant, R. Kirchner, G. Meyers, E. Raymond, D. Depczynski, C. Collello,
C. Ackerson, W. Cox
lst Row: K. Doherty, L. Hildreth, M. Croddock, V. Cropsey, S. Perfitt,4A. Mackey, B. Klaft
Top Row' D. Smith, K. Keniecki, D, Borstow, D. Johnson, G. Ried, D. Kirby, C. Pecorcllo, D Polmer
C. Sfondish, D. Fisk
3rd Row: C. Norburgh, W. Mincklcy, K. Johnson, S. Forder, P. Powloczyk, A. Andre, D, A. Rhodey,
M. Long, R. Ferris, P. Johnson
2nd Row: J. Reed, C. Bergmon, T, Storkweofher, C. Monocelli, L. Robinson, J. Goze, W, Brogg,
P. Andrews, R. Embt
Isf Row: J. Ugoreck, B. Hollenbeck, C. Froy, G. Polmer, S. Wessels, H. Lcindfeor
Top Row: F.
Finney, D. Bannister, S. Allen, R. Weilhomer, D. Porsons, J. Hucknoll, M. Reed, C. Wogncr,
Doelves, D. Skinner, C, Cusimono, I. Sfeicr, J. Norburgh, D. Grimes, D. Dragon, P. Miller,
K. Shuck, R. Korls, L. Boyce
Rhodey, P, Knickerbocker, D. Wcole, R. Kominski. S. London, H. Sfroffon, G. Bowen
Porke, M. Porker, L. Sorfviell, P. Bruski, M. Lemon, C. Field
Top Row: R. Eddy, L. Banty, I. Canuteson, R. Gillette, M. VanWycke, C. Martillotto, W. Diedrick, A. Jones,
3rd Row: R. Nenni, E. Gibson, G, Baldwin, R. Redick, R. Knight, P. Pecoraro, G. Eddy, P. Christopher,
2nd Row: A. Sacva K. Webster, R. DiPaImci, C. Woods, D. Brown, J. Norman, J, Miles
lst Row. J. Hill, E. Axtell, J. Hastings, G. Babbitt, K. Barry, C. Merritt, L. Burton
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Dick takes a powder at the Sophomore Party
K. Doherty, J. Capurso, C. Pecorella, R. Shultz, S. Smith
fqtlllllzillgi ID. SHIFTON, Xl, XYICR
Xlere pretty proud of ourselves non' tliur
were only four rungs from the top of our school
ladder. From this lieigllt we llind that we earn
see 21 little more and we know ll little more tliam
we did before.
On tliis, thc first step ol' our Senior--lliglr
L'llIT1lD. we liind new oppmtunities unfolding lor
luotli worlt and play. XVe're gl'LlIL'liLll to our aids
xisnrs under whose guidance we lmd u sueeessf
I'ul Cliristrnns party and u wider Club pzrrtiei-
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS dent, lolin Miles, vice presidentg lVlLll'g2ll'Cl Cur-
tis. Seeretzrryt llzrrlys Yieli. -lirezrsurer.
SL'Lll6'ClI YI. AlII.ES. Xl. Cuirris
Top Row: L. Stevenson, A. Boyd, D. Morrisey, R. Parsons, L. Fornum, D, Westulund, L, Pluskwo,
J. Coulter, J. Woodcook, W. Lcziin, R. Smith, G. Adduci
3rd Row: F. Sidori, P, Jones, P. Hodstecd, R. Brown, B. Lyons, S. Silker, M. Forione, R. Klott, G. Buckland
Znd Row: M. Chrnst, P. Coffey, G. Srmmcns, C. Wolls, L. Polmer, E. Fenton, S. Kock, C. Weits, N. Tower
Ist Row: J. Buckner, J. Fisher, C. Ingrohcm, M. Gimberlrng, J. Newton, S. Forder, L. Anderson
As olflieers we elected David Sliifton, Presi-
J. Miles, D. Bloom, J. Huthsrcmer, H. Howklns, J. Boker, L Hollldoy, D. Schorctl, H. Lucos.
G. Rusfoy, R. Leffls
G. Pcelmo, C. Word, K. Chrnsty, C. Zombnro L. Lcddon, G Thompslcn, J. Korls, J. Howklns
K. Zummo, M. Curlrs
R. Clark, P. Preston, K. Smith, J. Nesbitt, L. Poclmo, D. Gbbs, C. Hucknoll, P, Sclrolcs,
J. Pombifo, A. McArthur
D. Jensen, C. Albcrson, C. McKc-nno, S. Burton, L. Froser, A. Slone
D. Rhoring, W. Pilon, S. Ergott, D. Hutch, R. Palmer, C. Dumrese, D. Peflo, M. Millcr,
R. Gursslin, J. Sayers
J. Neal, C, Eorley, S. Cole, L. DeCurlo, D. Kominskl, D, Shiffon, S. Toylor, A. Bistoff,
C. Korns, L. Sfritzcl
D. Norburgh, R. Budynski, T. Trolley, M. Fletcher, D. Myers, R. Wagner, N. Zicori, S. Parsons
M. Vick, M. Fronk, S. Hughes, M. Condolucl, J. Allan
L. Snook, R. Hcrdsfeod, M. Christ, VV. Burch, M. Bloom B. Waldo
Top Row: J. Sidari, R. Lettis, C. Doherty, L. Gursswln, R. Fowler, L. Sanford, Ci. Thomson, J. Curtis,
3rd Row: W. Coots, M. Wiggly, J. French, M. Scibetta, D. Ingram, N. Bowen, C. Smith, D. Chamberlin,
2nd Row: G. Dykstra, S. Coville, L. Erway, S. Page, W. Skillion, J, Miller, C. Sanford, W. O'Hearr1,
lst Row: S. Gibson, L. Reynzlds, C. Kendrick, M. Richard, S. Cannon. K. Smith, L, Miller, M. Wetherbee
The Sidari boys give Santa a hard time at the
Freshman Christmas Party
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Boy. nlmt ai your n'c'x'c lmcll Changing
clnsscs lor tlmc first tiinc, l'CIHC1l1l7Cl'Jl1g tllc right
lvoolts on XVcdncscluy, Illillilllg out schcclulcs for
our future yours. and just getting generally
This ycur n'c'rc Finally upper classnlcn to
VVc'x'c lmcl loncls of lun joining clubs, work'
ing on Student Council, Chevron, playing in-
llllllllllllll lnglslxctlnnll uncl xollcylnull. swimming in
inuvts. going to rt-cord hops, anal trying out for
Ncxt your is one welrc really looking forwarcl
EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS
more fun ffnncl xrorlxll E. S. l31STo1fIf. L. liliNNII'I'l, S. AlCKEYNi
to. when wc'll lit- lmig frcslnnen nncl liars even
Top Row: J. Page, D. Bloom. D. Davis, J, Erway, M. L. Batchelor, B. Buffs, M, Rush, L. Bennett,
A. Fitzwoter, J. Burgoon, D. Eckert
4th Row: S. Horrrgiige, VV. Splerdowns, B. Carter, S. McKenna, R. Hamilton, L. McKenna, F. Anson,
J. I erf
3rd Row: R. Thompson, L. Draper. J. Anderson, C. Ferris, M. E. Wagner, R. Brooks, N. Harris
12nd Row: S Ross, K. Williams, D. Stump, J. Banker, J. Harradrne, M. Sher
lst Raw: M. J. Nesbitt, D. Trolley, J. Chrzan, C, Coloney, B. French
Top Row: G, Wallers, J. Rlvcrc, D. Kulzcr, D, Alporl, J. Hill, A, Lin, G. Truscllc, T, Jaroszck, D,
I Plummer, G. Wcsfland, J. MCCarTl'1y
3rd Row: C. Colonna, L. Fowlcr, B. Walls, G. Kelley, A. Beach, T. Moore, K, Standish, R. Recd
2nd Row: S Navman, G. Bzrnard, A. Newton, D. Tower, S. Polcski, R. Carlston R. McMurray, S. Mincklcv,
O. Mull, K. Burnham
lst Row: G Saco, S. McKenna, V. Boyer, P. Cote, M. Scharping, S. Pcruzzini. L. Mngnanu, C Clavk
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Top Row: G. Calkins, D. Campbell A. l-lowes, BG Dunawoy, S. Raymond, W. Miesc-r, J. Boyer, A. Treble,
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E. Lake, R. -cdsro, R. Hmkley, ar ener
3rd Raw' G. Parsons, K. Snyaer, M. Mahoney, M. Jessup, M. Hlgley, S. Townsend, G. Ettlnger, S. Pratt,
C. Monaflan I
2nd Row: C. Dullon, S. Shepard, L. Brackcnbury, G. Kaminski, T. Dalaba, J. Krull, L. Mlllls, L, Hughson
lst Row: J. Mlx, E. S. Bxstoff, S. Irwin, L, Belson, M. Ball, V. Moullrne, S. Metcalf
Top Row: D. Monahan, C, M. Hannah, S. Engle, N, Ebbs, R. Narburgh, R Klaft R. Clark, S. Slaub
B. Snyder, L. Barnard, N. Manacelln, H, Hazel
3rd Row: D. Narburg, G. Wilson, P. Sanford, J. Draper, G. Franklin, G. Smith, R. Day, R. Siclari
J. Evans, D. Pinson
2nd Row: E. Blake, G. Evans, M, Jones, L. Markle, D, Kasl, J. Kellie, S, Costello, S. Hobbs
lsr Row: R Tower, D. Pratt, B. Tower, K. Spencer, F. Pccorella, E. Cole
Marnie entertains awed friends
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SEVENTH GRADE OFFKIERS
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S Buiztom, DI. UIEFI-ORDS, K. l'lOI.LENl3ECli
Our first year at the high school has lrocn
interesting, exciting, and wc confess, a little
This year we started a limited program of
cluh participation including junior Chorus,
Girls' .Xstronomx Cluh and intramural sworts.
Pop" asscinhlies, tht- swimming pool, and
noon hour programs including dancing, movies,
and study hall were all new to us and wc wcrcn't
long in learning to enjoy them. CVVCH, lnayhc
not study hall.D
Now that u'c'x'c become familiar with the
high school routinc ware looking forward to
bigger and hettcr times ncxt year.
M. Parker, R. Gibson, R. Stinson, S. Cole, D, Albright, T, Forder, K. Coville, T, Anderson,
D Irvine J Dale R McOmber
J. Hurlburt, Ji Kast, Chick, B. Ferris, P. Mott, L. Lake, L. Stump, E. Hart, J. Gursslin,
B. Harvey, C. Fishbaugh, C. Carperts, C, Stetson, K. Poelrna, S. Andrews, M. Babcock,
F. Coloney, V. Leigh, A Moore, D, Dawson, R. Rhodey, L. Candoluci, C. Nesbitt, D, Vick
. Ulianelii, A. Peglow, L. Buck, A. Axtell
Top Raw: P. McKenna, H. McMurray, R. Doalen, A. Burgoan. K. Milfu, B. Dawson, M. Eddy, L. Phillips,
P. Brocks,E. LaGalbo, S Allport
sith Row: J. Drcul, D. Stump, L. Hoag, J. Buck. E. Hrnmcn, W. S'n.th, K. Proctor H. Harding, J. Sci,-ft,
3rd Row: K. Klhen, C. Edwards, Farewell, D. Melia, J. Huckhall, D. l-lulrs, C. Gibbs, S. Kesscll, K. Marfh
Qnd Row: T, Jerrs, D. Reed, A. Kaminskl, J. Salvatore, B. Kuhns, A. Resllva, F. Mack, M. Taylor
lst Row: J. McFrady, D. Wilson, G. Pack, L, Marshall, S. Burton, C. Wadhanes, D. Castleman
l-lorsch, J. Jeffords, D. Miller, B, Horsch, K. Gould, R. Janson, L. Shepard, G. Alpori,
C. Dalala, E. Johnson
Webster, K. Ryan, W. Miller, M. Hill, C. Edwards, G. Kaughlin, D. Smith, W. Bcllson,
Hulls, P. Donahue, E. Parsons, R Cox, D. Sweden, D. Palmer, R. Curtis, J. Sumners,
K. Kirby, L. l-lull
Banly D Freeman, J. Bahcock, P. Oicnna, H. Palmer, P. Yuskulskl, L. Taylor, J. Dragon
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lst Row: D. Schmidt, C. Frank, M. Zagala, L. Vick, C. Harling, J. Myers, E. Marshall, S. Scdore
Top Row: R. Hinckley, P. McKenna, F. Cizirk, K. Snyder, L. Karns, P. Edwards, M. Bannister, R. Carlston
G. McKenna, D. Miller, D. Brown
3rd Row: F. Nesbitt, J. Dragon, C. Robinson, M. Morrison, H. Taylor, F. Smith, S. Malone, E. VanDoren
R, French, D. Long, E. Sik
2nd Row: R. Soulc, S. Basinait, K. Covery, B. Williams, E. Symereski, B. Wilehammer, G. Bromley
D. Tutone, J. Neil, W. Bennett
ist Row: B. Carr, K. Hollenbeck, J. Seava B. Wessels, S. Walter, L. Bailey, J. Forman, S. Anderson
The Seventh Graders show school spirit
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Today, we do have modern Mathematics. At
present, the only evidence of it is the starting of high
school mathematics in the eighth grade and thereby
completing the twelve years in eleven years. But
mathematics is the fastest growing and most radically
changing of all the sciences - it is the only branch
of learning in which all the major theories of ten
thousand years ago still hold valid. Yet never
before has there been such a flood of fresh ideas,
such as flow and communications using all the old
branches. Space flight challenges mathematics to
insert new navigational technique far more complex
than those that now guide ships and airplanes.
Sadie M. Britton
Miss Britton, K. Bower
Latin is the ancient language that unlocks the
mysteries of our western culture.
Our philosophy is rooted in Greek ideals, given to
us by Rome. Our government is a replica of the
Poman Republic. Our system of law has been
"lifted" from the formulae of the basilical. The
influence of Latin and the civilization it served
cannot be discounted.
To urderstand this civilization and its culture
best, we must read its language, for that which is
best read is best understood, and that which is best
understood is most enioyed.
Mr. Smith, D. O'Brien
J. Tschetter, Mr. Rickey,
"Driver Education consists of classroom instruction
and practice driving to help students learn to operate
a motor vehicle safely and efficiently . Classroom
Instruction in driver education refers to learning ex-
periences which are provided elsewhere than in an
automobile. Practice Driving refers to learning ex-
periences for the student as an observer and student
driver in an automobile. The purposes and objectives
of driver education are the some in the classroom and
and in a motor vehicle but certain objectives are more
readily achieved through practice driving than
through classroom instruction."
The two Industrial Arts Laboratories are equipped
to teach exploratory courses in several different in-
dustries. One shop is set up to teach all of the re-
lated metal trades. The other shop is set up for three
unrelated but vital trades: wood, printing and cer-
amics. The 7th, 8th and 9th grade classes are
labeled as General Shop Courses, where students
spend 20 weeks in one of the laboratories so that by
the time they have completed the 8th grade, they
have had one full year of Junior High General Shop.
Ninth year General Shop is an elective and may
be taken by any high school student. They spend
20 weeks in each laboratory with a change of teachers
at mid-semester. O, Rickey
M. Pilon, Mr. Salchak,
S. Ruhlman, J. Newton
The Homernaking course develops in girls the
skills and attitudes which will enable them, as future
homernakers, to make their contribution to society.
F. Finney, K. Kaniecki
A. Hadstead, S. Ackerson,
C. Keller, C. Field
Man must leave his own presence and his own
intelligence on his work if it is ART. So, down
with the six pointed snowflakes, the five pointed stars,
and the pattern produced Santa Clauses. Nature is
God created, ART is man created - it has no
Mrs. Harrigan, S. Rush,
D. Salvadore, L. Boyne
The Social Studies Department seeks to correlate
the subiect material in the various fields of history,
economics and geography with the progress of the
students from one grade to another. Our aim for
each pupil is the better understanding of American
problems and those of the world at large.
'My purpose in teaching French is to give
students a means of enjoymen
t, both now and later
so that France to them will not be a foreign land
but truly 'la douce France'."
B. Reamer, G. Monagan
Our aim is to live as fully as possible. English
broadens the limits of our existence. By reading
great books we grow by the ideas of great minds.
We learn to express our own ideas effectively for
others, We expand into the world of vision.
Margaret Landfea r
Mr Lvnch, Mrs, New
A science is more than a body of knowledge or a
collection of facts. The facts must be correlated and
general principles deduced. The Science Department
at Albion Central School believes in this concept that
will enable students through the use of general prin-
ciples, to predict what will happen under certain
specified conditions, even though these conditions
form a new situation.
I-larry W. Salchak
A. Parke, P. Andrews,
A. Mackey, H. Landfear,
I.. Burton, J. Norman
Mr. Dudley, D. Brown,
P. Kidney, T. McCabe
The general field of Metal Working is well repre-
sented in the manufacturing industries in the United
States. More people are employed and more products
are produced in metal working than in any other in-
dustrial field. Metal and electricity are keys to our
way of lite, and since most electrical products are
made ot metal, the field becomes doubly important.
One ot the more important phases of Vocational
Agriculture is the study of Agriculture Mechanics.
Here the boys learn welding, cold metal working and
other skills which will be useful to them in main-
taining and repairing their farm equipment.
Mr. David Sanford
C. Saeva, B. Boyer,
Mrs. Holt, D. Pinson,
Business Education not only builds knowledges and
skills for vocational competency in business occupa-
tions, but also builds attitudes and knowledges 'for
economic competency in the home and the community.
At Albion Central we have the vocational business
pupils who pursue business education subjects for
vocational competency and wage-earning -employment,
and general business students who are enrolled in
the academic course, the general course, the agricul-
ture course, etc., who take business courses for gen-
eral education or enrichment purposes.
Anne O. Holt
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A. Fisher, Mr. Hill, J. Collichio, I. Phillips, C. Enzie, J.
Monogon, D. Fenton
"The meeting will come to order," called President 'lim Collichio, and another
session of Student Council was underway. Since the Student Council was organized
many years ago it has continued to accomplish a great deal for the good of the school.
Plans were made in November to honor Mr. Bergerson. At a Student Council
assembly in January it was announced that a one-hundred dollar Scholarship would
he given to a worthy senior every year in hlr. Bergersons name. An oil painting
was presented to the school to be hu ng in the lower hall.
The most outstanding accomplishment ol' the year was the selecting of the
school name Hllurple Eaglesv. Permission was obtained through the council to sell
candy at basketball games.
The Student Council Fair, sponsored hy thc students, helped to boost the
treasury and keep the council out of the red.
In the future the student government plans to build coat racks for the con-
venience ol spectators at basketball games.
The council has co-operated with the Chamber of Commerce in order to get a
recreation center in Alhion.
The student body has benefited through the faithful work ol' the members ol
this years Student Council.
'lop Row: J. Jeffords, S. Pratt, M. Jeffords, J. Anderson, L. Bennett, S Bosvnoit R. Gvbson
3rd Row: W. Spierdowis, L. Hill, H. Doherty, S. Page, W. Pilon, T. Trolley, W Skcllen, J. Ncsbltt,
S. Navarro, D. Pinson, S. Woolston, C. Boci, G. Palmer, J. Recd, S. Burton, B. Hollcnbeck
'Znd Row: J. Coourso, J. Copurso, J. Scibetto, B. Sortwell, A. Loccy, D. Ellis, R. Vocco, F. Tribunello,
D. Nongfu, C. Pecorollo, R. Nelson, R. Schultz, D. Smrth
Scatecl: Mr. Hill, G, Monogon, D. Fenton D. Londfeor, D. Miller, A. Flsher, C. Enzie, l. Phsllifvi,
AWARDS COUNCIL TRAFFIC AND SAFETY
Top Row: J. Collichio, D. Sanford, D. Greenlee, Mrs. Mo- M, Pilon, J. Fritz, J. Monogcm, T. Mohoney
honey, S. Loscell, J. Kelley, S. McKenna, C. Wagner
2nd Row: D. Shlfton, C. Enzie, A. Parke, M. Curtis, L.
Burton, D. Fenton
lst Row J. Mlx, K. Christy, M. Ncsbntt
Top Row: C. Monocelli, S. Miller, J. Hayes, C. Burgoon, R. Nelson
4th Row: D. Monocelli, H. Londieur, D. Rhodey, A. Piozzo, L. Sortweil, M. Lettis, W. Bragg, B. Boyer
3rd Rowt D. Vcgg, J. Parsons, J, Miles, L. Boyne, S. Smith
2nd Row: Mr. Smith, C. Juliono, D. Ricci, J. Monogon, J. Collichio, M. Pilon, T. Mahoney, B. Mix
lst Row: S, Woolston, C. Scevo, R. Kendrick, C. Grimble, S. Lent, H. Reiferson
"Get ricl of that gum!"
Over the past five years sincc the Alpha Service Club was started, these words
have become familiar to ti great number of A. C. S. students, often to their sorrow.
But no onc can deny that the monitors have played an important part in keeping
our school orderly.
Mr. Putnam and Mr. Smith were aidccl this year by the following officers:
.IERRY MONAGAN - 'f--- President
BRUCE SARTXVELL Vice President
MARSHA HOLLIDAY - Secretary
lVlARClA JOHNSON - Treasurer
Truly, service to the school has paid off in increased order and courtesy.
Arn Row: .
3rd Row: B.
C, Norburgh J, McKenna, A, Wlldshultz, L. Kidney, S. Thompson, V. Spode, R. Doty, R. Husted
roer, H. Govlgcn, C. Keifel, J. Pecorello, S, Brown, P. Jones, J. Sulllxcn
Tower, D. Hults, G. Baldwin, G. McCartney, J, Reed
B. Sorfwell, D. Londfeor, VV. Parker, C. Albrlghi, M. Hoag, G. Rush, J. Miles, R. DiPc1Imo,
R. Kominski, Mr. Pufnom
Holliday, P. Logolbo, C. Boci, H. Penosock, B. Del-iond, A. Malone
SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS STUDENT COURT
M. Holliday, J. Moncgon, B. Sorfwcll Smndvng. M. Pnlon, B. Mix, T. Mahoney, G. Monogon
Sentcd' Mr. Smith, J. Collvchro, V. Spode, D. Vogg
B. So-twell, D. Greenlee D. Fenton, M. Pilon, Mrs Londtcor
Cl-I EVRON STAFF
Ulrlowis tlte Lilllhlllf' eomingfl
"VVl1ere are the pictures?"
"Will we ever get lliis yezirlnoolc out on ti1ne?,'
Questions anal yellow paper lllew around
310 as the Chevron staff organized. its lucky
the Junior lfclitors were here to clean upl
Dow and Bruce stnrtecl off by attending the
Columbia Conference in New York. Wlliile
Sandy and Doug got anis, Gail ancl liieli mantle
J money on records and stickers.
Linclzl lnianeecl luoolis wliile lneli walstecl
i flush lvulbs, ancl Inclia lnla flowed freely from
Sl1Zll'Ol1lS pen. ulzlnis lturrieclly turned her write,-
ups in to Kliirgnret for typing. Murshu's job was
time final one of circulating the Completed Chev
rons to all eight hunclrecl ol' you who lielpecl
molto tliis luooli Ll success.
EDITORS OF CHEVRON
Top Row: D, Shifton, W. Porker, P. Logcilbo, L. Burton, M. Nesbitt, J. Anderson, C, Haines, J. McKenna
Ist Row: J. Bannister, R. Dourn, S. Brooks, H. Londfeor, G. Gregg, D. Londtcor
JUNIOR EDITORS TYPING STAFF
D. Miller, S. Lcuscell, T. Mahoney, L. Brooks, D, Knight, M. Biernocki, L. Babcock, B. Moore,
S. Ferris, Mr. Smith J. Rcstivo, D. Joroszek, A. Fisher
Top Row: L. Holliday, D. Ellis, D. Shiffon, R. Ferris, W. Pilon, W. Mackey, T. Mahoney
2nd Row: R. Doum, J. Copurso, H. Londfeor, L. Scirtwell, A. Colello, C. Cusimcino, S. Forder
ist Row: M. Hoag, D. Londfcor, S. Novorro, D. Miller
Top Row: K. Sngln, B. Pilon, L. Holliday, B. Parker, H. Doherry, M. Hoag, D. Miller, E. Pluskwa, D. Hatch
41'l1 Row: B. Moore, K. Doherly, J. Reed, M. Parker, C. McKenna, J. Bannister, D. Joroszek, C. Recd
B. Baughn, L. Leddon
3rd Row: G. Pcelma, J. lcle, L. Fraser, M. Frank, K. Smiln, P. Lagalbo, B. Boyer, M. Condolucci
E. Fenton, S. Burton, B. Waldo
2nd Row: C. Karns, A. Colella, J. Parsons, D. Vcgg, R. Kaminsku, R. Vacca, G. Gregg, J. Mules
D. Shlffon J. Nesbitt, M. Scibclfo
Ist Rowi K. McKenno, L., Brooks, S. Ruhlman, C. Earley, S. Cole, M. Holliday, C. Enzie, S. Frcw
CIRCULATION STAFF PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF
Standing: M. Holliday, D. Rnodcy, C. Merrill, K. Zurnmo, S. J. Capurso, S. Rush, D, Landfear
Woolslon, M. Condolucci, D. Pinson, G. Simmons, J.
Norman, P. Coffey
C. Monogon, M. Bloom
D. Stump. J. Ludwick, P. Andrews, 3 Navarro
A. Molone, L. Belson
D. Wright, K. Snyder, N. Ebbs, S. Belson, C. Frank, S. McKenna
Standing: H. Doherty, D. Miller, K. Smith, S. Perfitt, M. Parker, C. Merritt, S. Broer, K. Bower, C. Saeva,
H. Penasack, K. Karns, S. Harradine, T. Trolley
2nd Row: H. Landfear L. Sartwell, W. Parker, J. Reed, S. Ingram, Miss Brownell
lst Row: R. Kendrick, J. Gaze, J. Bannister, B. Boyer, C. Boci, V. Cropsey
The first Clarion Echo made its appearance on Friday, September 16, 1938.
lts members were the former editors and reporters who had been writing for the
Orleans Republican and the Orleans American, the town's two papers at that time.
Since then the Clarion-Echo has kept the student body informed and amused with
editorials, news about ball games, class and club activities, assemblies, and honors.
This year the Clarion Echo provided "hot" news, hot dogs, and cold pop and
candy, to Albion's literate, hungry, and thirsty students. Not simultaniously, though.
The papers come out monthly, the hot dogs at football games, and the candy at
basketball games. Clncidentally, we think our candy helped a lot in giving the students
the energy to cheer our basketball team on to an undefeated season.D
Editors are: VVilliam Parker, Editor-in'Chief, Sandi Ingram, Junior Editor:
Linda Sartwell and Virginia Cropsey, Associate Editorsg jane Reed, Features, Helen
Landfcar, Humorg Janis Bannister, Art, jim Gaze and Margaret Parker, Sports,
Carol Boci, Business.
n er our new a visor iss rowne welve had a fine ear.
U d d ,M B ll, y
Top Row: J, Gaze, C. Norburgh, D, Wccile, A, Jones, C. Haines, S. Perlitt, P, Nelson
3rd Row: G. Thompson, L, Fraser, R. West, J. Buck, D, Norburgh, P, Howlett, R. Horrcdine, G. Myers,
C Hughssri, J. l-luckncll
2nd Row: C, Picizzo, W. Bragg, C. Merritt, G. Parker, C, West, D. Gibbs
lst Row' V, Spode. F. Trfburiello, S. Parsons
'I alent here, talent there, our hand has talent every wherel
'l'his year the senior hand began its program with a series of hallflime shows on
the loothall liielcl. ancl turnecl the volume ol' the pep assemhlics up to a lull hlast.
On NOYCIDl7Ul' 9th, several memhcrs ol' the band rcpresentecl our school at Perry.
New Yorla, when they participated in the fXllfState Festival.
ln .lanuary our hand sponsorecl the Sputnik .l lop which really went "way outi'
arlicn a quartet consisting of Nlessers Smith. Duclley, llill and Sherman lirenetl up
Unclcr the excellent leadership of Mr. Sherman with assistance from Darryl
Davis. Prcsiclcnt: Don Thompson, Vice-Presiclentg lVlartha lllalce, Secretary antl
fiiir es i orrifon, reasurer. ie DLIIH is i aiminv o en cr ie .la e .Ace iona . usic
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Competition playing gracle fire music.
May the success they deserve he theirsl
ll' itys true that practice makes perfect, after all those hours ol' practice, they
must be pretty nearly perfect. If you'x'e hearcl them, youll ugrcel
Top Row: Mr. Sherman, D. Schoreft, C. Morrison
3rd Row: J. Bulls, W. Minckley, J. Hamilton, G. Truselle, G. Hooper, R. Sidari, P. Anson, S. Peglow,
find Row: L. lngram, D. Davis, D. Dovls, V. Morrison, M. Blake, R. Turner
lsf Row: C. lngrom, S. Woolsfon, S. Hamllton
Top Row: N. Sanford, E. Morsholl, J. Fisher, C. Monogan
lst Row: M. Eddy, R. Newton, S, Raymond
Standing: C. Hucknall, A. Restivo, J. Weits, L. Poelma, R. Clark, D. Tutone, W. Kuhns, N. Harris,
R. McOmber, Mr. Sherman, G. Kaminski, C. Marth, W. Belson
3rd Row: M. Rush, L. Millis, S. Pratt, C. Saeva, J. A. Saeva, D. Ritterbandt, V. Leigh, J. Kast, J. Hucknall,
C. Gibbs, L. Meale, W. Thompson, D, Milliman, D. Campbell, A. Peglow, G. Trusselle,
L. Condolucci, B. Williams, D. Sweegy, C. Fishbaugh, D. Long
2nd Row: R. Johnson, S. Andrews, J. Forman, C. Ferris, B. Weilharner, L. Lake, M. Parker, M. L. Batchellor,
D. Wilson, C. Clark, B. Carr, K. Hollenbeck, F. Nesbitt
lst Row: S. Metcalf, S. Ross, G. Parsons, B. Ferris, E. Summeriski, L. Buck, F. Mack, S. Basinait
"You G0 To My l'lc4icl." was the thcmc song
of thc A. C. S. claincc hand as it swung its way
through ll very eventful your. Tlicy pluyccl
their first dance at the V. F. VV. uncl were uslaccl
to play thcro cvvry month from than on. A
small group from thc hand also playccl at the
Commemoration Banquet for Mr. D'.'hIUllf0.
The "Rhythm Teuscrsl' also proriclccl thv
music for thc Sputnik llop, :incl really kept
everyone hopping - including lVlr. Szilcluilc.
The Dance Bzincl has hccn ai valuable part ol'
DANCE BAND 1 p
Standing: A. Allen, D. Scharett, J. Hucknall, G. Myers, l1FC'.
R. Harradine, P. Howlett, S. Peglow, G. Hooper, Mr.
lst Row: C. Hamilton, R. Turner, V. Spade, F. Tribunella,
C. Piazza, S. Parsons, D. Weale, C. Norburgh
Top Row: S. Canham, G. McCartney, D. Rhodey, S. Parker, K. Doherty, A. Parke, W. Parker, J. Capurso,
J. Capurso, C. Burgoon, S, Harradine, W. Bragg, C. Merritt, M. Curtis, R. Kirchner,
3rd Row: P. Coffey, M. Vick, S. Perfltt, R. Klotzback, M. Jozwiak, L. Burton, J. Gaze, C. Piazza, D. Ellis,
J. Anson, S. London, I. Canuteson, M. Lettis, M. Graczyk, M. Blake, C. Marino
2nd Row: K. Smith, L. Fraser, P. Preston, S, Burton, P. Andrews, J, Butts, P. Johnson, R. Heye, H. Doherty,
R. Ferris, R. Gardner, G. Poelma, P. Jones, B. Waldo, A. Stone, Mrs. Trumble
lst Row: L. Brocks, S Ingram, M. Frank, S. Lascell, C. Enzie, D. Weale, W. Lattin, G. Westland, W.
Minckley, M. Bloom, K. Karns, L, Anderson, C. Bistotf
At Piano: C. Haines
Nce, Nay, No, Nah. These sounfls have become familiar to Clee Club
members as they warm up their voices three days Ll week for Mrs. Trumble.
1Xlbion's Clee Club was first organized in 1907, although prior to that time
one periocl a week was reserved for vocal training and each student was requirecl
to attencl classes. Voice training is now an optional extra-curricular activity. The
Clee Club formerly presented annual operettas, but now they perform in assemblies
and at concerts.
.ludy Wfilson, Carolyn Enzie, and 'lack Capurso represented Albion in the
All State program at Perry in November.
The entire chorus presented their Christmas program to the stuclent botly and
P. T. A. l'Sanctus" and "Silent Night" imparted the Christmas spirit to all. The
chorus also sang at the larewell P. f. A. meeting for Mr. Bergerson.
Late in March, the annual Spring Concert was helcl and selections such as
"Seventy Six Trombonesn and the solos by Marjorie lozwiak, aloe Capurso, ancl
Marcia Bannister helped make it a success. After the Spring Concert, the Cleo Club
began to prepare for the Commencement exercises ancl the loss of this yearis
Standing: J. Ludwick, P. McKenna, D. Norburgh, S, Ferris, G Dykstra, J. Forman, M. Nesbitt, L.
Anderson, J. Buckner, D. Kulzer
2nd Row: R. Nelson, Miss DiLcurc, H. Londfeor, A. Lacey
lst Row: K. Christy, M. Sclbetta G. Bover
JUNIOR RED CROSS
Wliat are those pins everyone is wearing? They show membership in the
,Iunior Red Cross. This symbol is world lamous lor the feeling of good will it
This year zXlbion's ,lunior lied Cross Council is the largest group yet with ii
member from each homeroom. Rehn Nelson is our chairman and Miss Dil.aura
acts as our advisor.
We contributed to the cause ol' the Red Cross this year hy sponsoring a suc-
cessful fund drive. The money was used to pack a chest of health and school supplies
llor the needs ol lvortyfeight school children in a foreign Country.
VVC also prepared holiday tray favors. nut cups, candy, and napkins for the
Veterans' Hospital in llatavia in addition to packing Forty gifts of stretch soclts
lor thc hospital.
Three of our inembers, Karen Christy, Linda Anderson, and Ellen Fenton,
participated in a Iunior Red Cross xrorleshop program held in Buffalo.
We'X'e had a successful year and have experienced much satisfaction in sharing
with others less fortunate.
Standing: V. Morris, M. Higley, R, Voccc, D. Greenlee, W. Parker, D. Londfeor, D. Slizewski, D. Fenton,
S. Broer, L. Brooks
2nd Row: Miss Hazel, B, Sortwell, J. Bannister, D. Gillette
lst Row: D, Nongju, J, lde
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Do you have a legal excuse for coming in the front door during the noon-hour?
lf you don't you'd better wait until the side doors are open because a National l lonor
Society member is sitting at the desk waiting for you. This hall-duty job and the
raising and taking down of the flag are two of the services regularly performed by
the members of the National llonor Society. CThere were a few days in the winter
when the flag didn't get up because the ropes were frozen, but other than that,
hardy members battled the elements dailyj
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Albion Chapter of the Society.
By way of celebration, they've planned a Tea and are extending invitations to all
the members during the 25-year period.
Meetings have been held at Miss Hazefs and Miss DiLaura's homes and in
In November they went to Buffalo to see "Porgy and Bess". A paper drive was
held one cold winter day and was a social, il not a financial success. Another is
planned -- if Spring comes.
This years slate of officers:
President - VVILLIAIX4 PARKER
Vice President BRUCE SARTWELL
Secretary - jANrs BANNISTER
Treasurer ----- DARLA GILLETTE
New Junior and Senior members were inducted in a ceremony on April 8.
The members are grateful to Miss Hazel for her guidance and patience.
Top Row: M. Grciczyk, J. Solchok, A Piozzo, D. Joroszek, J. Restivo, D. Shepard, B. Moore
Qnd Row: Mrs. Holt, C. Soevo, C. Boci, H. Penesock, R. Kendrick, D. Pinson, K. Mlnnervino, M. Biernocku,
Ist Row: B, Boyer, M. Allport, J. Buckner, R. Newton, F. Miller, B. Recmer, D. Knight'
It has been "working'l year for Commercial Club members, as they have assisted
in the typing ol' stencils. duplicating. addressing and stamping correspondence, and
collzlting workshop programs and summaries for Mrs. Holt in her worli as zone
Officers this year were: lVlzn'cia -lohnson, President, lanet Salehzilc, Vice Presi-
dent: Dian llarozseli, Treasurer: Deloris Knight, Secretary.
Kings, Queens, pawns, Rocks, Castles, and
Once 11 week the members of our Chess Club
get together to pit their chess knowledge against
one another. The club has five active members
who pay weelsly dues to the secretary-treasurer,
Bob llusted. The executive duties are handled
by president Steve Miller. lVlr. Hill, our ad-
visor. gave 21 party for members at his home to
give us more time to think out plays. ln the
Future the club hopes to play other schools.
S, Miller, R. Doty, Mr. Hill, S. Rush, R. Husted
Mr, Wolfe, R. Nelson, I. Conufeson, C. Hamilton, D. Londteor,
S. London, J. Parson, J. Copurso, J. ide, L. Boyne,
President '---- JACK CAPLIRSCJ
Vice Presirieirl - - -IANIES AAILES
Secretary - - lJOUGLAS LANDFEAR
Trensiirer - - - Y LINDA BAYNE
Snap! The cameras ure clicking in the
newest organization at Albion Central School --
the Photography Club. Under thc direction of
hlr. VVolFe, members have learned to take pic'
tures. develop their own film, and the tech-
niques of enlarging. cropping and micropho-
Prusiriwrt - DAv1D ELLIS
Vice President Dick Fonnen
Secretary - BETTY BOYER
Trenszfrer A SANDY Fonmsn
Reels turn, Film clicks, and sound track
warms up. Under Mr. Rickevs direction.
Audio Visual members have performed a Val-
uable service to the school in giving their free
time to show educational films to the classes.
Top Row: J. Faust, D. Greenlee, J. Collichio, D. Slizewski
Ist Row: Mr. Schroeder, D. Forder, J. Scibefto, R. Doum,
M Pilon J. Monogon, J. Gaze
With 21 full schedule of activities. including
banquets, trips and splash pnrties, members of
the lli-Y were laept busy in ull their spare time.
ln November Max Pilon, 'lnmes Miles and
Tom Mahoney attended ai "Youth in Govern'
ment" weekend in Albany.
Aiding Mr. Schroeder were officers:
President f----- MAX l'lLoN
Vice Presizlem - - RoNAi.u lJAU1xi
Seeretary-Trensiirer f A Tom MAIIONEY
SUVAQGUII1S'l7f-.AVIIIS - f l.ARnv NrXRBLIRGlI.
R1CriARn Founeu, JAMES ScmET'rA
f " .s 'A
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB
Too Row: M. Acri, J. Kelley, B. Boyer, D. Ellis, R. Forder,
2nd Raw: S. Forder, S. Forder, R. Kendrick, S. Cole, B.
Ist Row: Mr. Rickey, M. Pilon, J. McKenna, D. Shiffon,
T. Trolley, J. Nesbitt
Top Row: D. GEmeEsBlD. Grimes, C. Boci, C. Weits, N. Bowen, D. Jensen, L. Reynolds, R. Fuller, P. Lake,
3rd Row: L, Harding, B. Del-loncl, C. Saeva, J. Karls, S. Woolslon, C. Walls, S. Bailey, R. Kendrick,
R. Emlnt, S, Forder, N. Beardsley, Miss Sundell, E. Raymond, W. Lattin, R. Leltis,
L. Robinson, A. Lacey
2nd Row: C. Shuck, J, Sullivan, J. Hart, K. McKenna, J. Allen, R. Leftis, R, Nenni, D. Carlsfon, E. Lose,
F. Finney, K. Kaniecki
lst Row: D. Davis, G. Hooper, E. Lupo, C. Grimble
The projects for the year inclucle the decorating of windows in a nursing home,
decorating the stage for the Spring Concert, entries for the National Scholastic Art
Exhibit, a visit to the Memorial Art Gallery, and an art assembly. Officers HTC!
Darryl Davis, Presidcntg Carole Grimble, Vice President, Evana Lupo, Secretaryg
Gary Hooper, Treasurer.
llats off to the assistants who help Miss
Collins shclve and catalogue our lihrary hooksl
Elected to offices were Sally Frew, Prcsiclentg
Barbara lllehstcr, Vice President: Kathleen
VVehster, Secretaryg James Vlfoodcock, Treasurer.
Standing: S. Frew, J, Woodcook, B. Webster, K. Webster
Seated: Miss Collins
Standing: B. Kaminski, K. Schuck, S. Townsend, D Gibson, J. Hole, D. Grimes, E. Spreigei, P. Miller,
P. Lake, D. Hults
Seotedt M. Lone, S. Spencer, M. Lippert, K. Webster, M. A. Neal, A. Heclsteod, B. Reomer
Led hy lVlrs. Sanger, to the tune of pots and pans and sewing machines, memhers
ol the Future llomemalxers develop skills and attitudes which will help them, as
homemalicrs. to make their contrihution to society.
Club officers are Mary Ann Neal, Presidentg hay lVliller, Vice President'
Dorothy Gibson, Secretaryg Marsha Lippert, Treasurer
AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
Are you wondering whats causing those
strange heeping noises youre been hearing?
No, it's not flying saucers or satellites, but just
the hoys in the A. C. S. Amateur Radio Cluh
Started for the first time this fall with Mr.
Bacon as advisor, the cluh has its "radio shacltu
on the fourth floor. VVe sponsored a candy sale
to raise funds for the necessary broadcasting
This yearls officers were:
Presitleizt ff--- 'IABIES SAYERS
Vice Presidewii - - RoBEuT Fowum
S weretnr3f-Ti'ez1s141'e r STU ART l l ARR ADINE
Standing: R. Fowler, C. Dillon, S. Wessels, A. Allen
ist Row: P. Bloom, A, Lin, G. Trusselle, S. Persons, G
Myers, J, Sayers, S. Horrodine
Top Row: V. Cropsey, D. Gillette, M. Higley, J. Hart, V. Morris, M, Bloke, C. Bistoff, J. Wilson,
S. Ingram, C. Enzie
3rd Row: J. Pecorello, K. Doherty, L. Sortwell, B. Boyer, R. Heye, C. Mortillotlo, D. Smith, M. Parker,
H. Londfeor, A. Malone, J. Sullivan
2nd Row: S. Powloczyk, S. Brown, Miss DiLouro, K, McKenna, S. Frew
lst Rowi S. Ruhlmori, G. McCartney, P. Jones, L. Brooks
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Say, have you seen how highly competent the girls of the Future Teachers Club
are in instructing students in the Primary School?
Once a weelc during a free period, each girl participates in a program of observa-
tion and practice-teaching. Future teachers examine plan books and daily lessons
and help correct papers to get a general idea of what is expected and what is being
covered in the class.
ln the fall F. T. A. elected their officers:
President --'- KATHY MCKENNA
Vice Presioleni - - SALLY FREW
Secretary - A SUSAN BROWN
Treasurer - - f SHARON PAWLACZYK
Under the supervision of their advisor, Miss Diluaura, the Future Teachers
held a Valentines party and went on campus visits to Brockport and Genesee State
Teachers Colleges. lVlembers also attended a teacher-recruitment program at Royal-
ton-l lartland School. Representatives from Fredonia, Genesee, and Brockport State
Teachers Colleges, spoke to the group on entrance requirements to the colleges.
The F. T. A. is a growing organization and its list of activities continues to
increase. More students join every year. As the demand for teachers rise, the club
becomes more Worthwhile.
Top Row: M. Craddock, J. Kelley, L. lngraham, R. Fuller, C. Haines, D. Jaroszek, A. Piazza, R. Kendrick,
C. Ackerson, C. Field, K. Keller, S. Lascell, S. Brooks, C. D'Amico, E. Spriegel, P. Jones
4th Row: J. McKenna, J. Hill, P. Logalbo, S. Smith, L. Hildreth, J. Miles, W. Bragg, J. Norman, I. Stier,
R. Knight, C. Reed.
3rd Row: J. Restivo, D. Shepard, L. Burton, P. Andrews, A. Mackey, A. Parke, C. Merritt, S. Perfitt,
K. Barrg, B. Hollenbeck, J. Salchak, B. Hill, Mrs. Anderson
2nd Raw: J. Parsons, . VGQQ, J. Harmer, P. Nelson, D. Fenton, M. Halliday
lst Row: S. Navarro, D. Juliana, D. Manacelli, C. West, E. Wilder, R. West
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
ln the fall of '56, sixteen girls from the sophomore, junior and senior classes
organized the first Future Nurses Club under the leadership of the school nurse,
Mrs. Anderson. Since that time there has been a steady increase in the enrollment
of the club, which now numbers 50 members. The purpose of this organization
is to acquaint girls interested in a health career with nursing and hospital routines.
This year the club elected Marsha flolliday asprcsident and Barbara Hill as
The outstanding project of the club is the volunteer work done at the local
hospital every afternoon. The girls, dressed in candy-striped uniforms are most
welcome and appreciated by the staff and patients. Their duties include changing
water. caring for infants, feeding the old, putting away laundry and running errands
Each fall our mothers are invited to a tea at which we acquaint them with
our members and the purpose of the club.
This year our activities have included visits to several Rochester Hospitals.
seeing several film strips and hearing guest speakers.
Of this year's senior members, several girls are entering nursing schools or are
planning to study in other health fields.
We all think that 1960 has been a good year for the Future Nurses Club and
we are looking forward to many more.
Top Row: R. Narburgh, J. Huthsteiner, J. Narburgh, C. Wagner, R. Palmer, J. Hucknail, G. Wolcott,
R. Kiatt, E. Gursslin, S. Allen, W. Diedrick, R. Smith, D, Narburgh, l.. Farnum
3rd Row: D. Myers, J. Miller, N. Sacari, L. Parker, A. Baker, R, Norman, W, Coots, M. Fletcher, R.
Bannister, R. Bannister, R, Wagner, R. Gurssiin
End Row: N. Tower, D. Bloom, D, Bloom, R. Husted, Mr. Dudley, T. McCabe, R. Lamont, D. Palmer,
C. Chick, P. Kidney, G. Rustay
25.1 Row: S. Peglew, L. Banty
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Big red apples, fresh from the coolerl Selling apples during noon hours was
one ol many li. li. T-X. projects for one of the most ambitious years since the organizer
tion began more than thirty years ago.
Proceeds from the boys, projects bought them baslietballs and uniforms and
financed a boys' banquet which the future farmers attended with their parents.
The F. li. A. basketball team wasn't as successful as the varsity this year, but
even though they didn't win all their area games, they had a good time playing.
The boys took educational field trips to the llorticulturc Show in Rochester and
and to the annual Farm and Home VVeel4 exhibition at Cornell University. Fl wo of
the boys wut on a demonstration at the Horticulture Show which won them second
1 E In 1 I n 1 - . .
prize and Albion s participant in the speaking contest placed third.
Under the capable leadership of lVh'. Dudley, the officers elected were:
President -ffe- TOM AICCABE
Vice President A ROGER LAMONT
Secretary - DONALD PALIMER
Treasurer - ALBERT BOWMAN
Reporter ROBERT H LISTED
"BIG HEARTED HERBERT"
Sophia Kerr and Steese Richardson
Robert Kalness -
Martha - -
Herbert Kalness, J
Alice Kalness -
Amy Lawrence -
Mr. Havens -
Cast of Characters
- JEAN HART
After long strenuous hours of rehearsal, the cast, fortified by an ample supply
of pizza, was ready to present "Big Hearted Herbert" on December 5. We think it
was the biggest success ever presented on the A. C. S. stage.
The action took place in the home-like atmosphere of the Kalness home, where
Mr. Kalness, a conservative man, indulges in "plain living" to an extent that drives
his family to despair. He insisted upon keeping an ugly picture of his father over
the mantle and a brass cuspidor in the room at all times, as a reminder of the days
of "plain living".
The family's rebellion against Mr. Kalness's stubborness produced many tense
and hilarious results. In the end Mrs. Kalness won out and the family agreed
that mother knew best.
Mr. Lynch, our director, who guided our production to success, deserves great
credit for his patience and perseverance.
The cost of Mr. Lynch's "top peopIe." This is practicing?
How's it look, Sharon? Was this in the script?
ls Vocco moking up or making out? The stors QD offix their John Honcocks
Top Row: F. Dilodovico, D. Miller, K. Marshall, C. Pecorella, A. Spencer B. Wilson, J. Faust, J. Capurso,
C. Houston, A. Tribunella, G. Wolcott, T. Richards, R. Bowen
2nd Row: Mr. S. Salchak, E. Pluskwa, F. Gurzynski, F. Tribunella, J. Collichio, R. Severns, C. Albright,
D, Sanford, E. Restivo, D. Davis, A. Lacey, Mr. H. Solchck
lst Row: E, Parker, D. Lcndfear, T. McCabe, M Pilon, M. Adduci, D. Greenlee, B. Mix, R. Forder,
J. Copurso, D. Slizewski, J. Monagan, G. Coloney
"ln order to be better players. you must think football 2-l hours a day." said
our coaches Harry and Sam Salchak and then proceeded to make us better players
by a practice time that went like this:
9:00 A.lVl. - Un the field
2:30 P. M. - On the field
7:00 P. M. - Chalk talk-Room 238
This theory proved to be sound as the Albion Central Purple Eagles again had
a winning season with a record of 5 wins, 2 losses, and 1 tie.
Starting quickly with two victories, 7 to 6 over East Rochester and 19 to O over
Aquinas "C", our team hit a slight tailspin as they dropped the next game to Medina
by a score of 10 to 0 and then lost to Notre Dame of Batavia by a I8 to 6 score.
The next game, aganist Canandaigua Academy, provided the spectators with one of
the greatest comebacks in Albion's history as Albion scored 14 points Within 4 minutes
to tie Canandaigua 21 to 21.
From then on the team improved consistently as they defeated Sweet Home
C30-OD, Middleport C21-71 and Caledonia C27-75.
Playing their final game for Albion were co-captains Dave Greenlee and Barry
Mix, and teammates Dick Forder. lim Collichio, Max Pilon, Dennis Slizewski,
Martin Adduci, Earl Parker, Gerald Monagan, Douglas Landfear, Tom McCabe,
George Coloney and Jack Capurso.
In a game which we hope will become an institution at Albion, the Has Beens
QSeniorsD defeated the YVill Bees QIuniorsD by a score of 14 to 0.
Top Row: J. Collichio, R. Doum, J. Monogon, D, Greenlee, J, Copurso, Jock Copurso, D. Slnzewski,
L.-i. Coloney, C. Hughson, D. Sanford
lst Row: A Lacey, Mr. Conrad, H. Doherty, D. Forder, J, Mothes, B. Mix, S. Rush, S. Parsons, D. O'Brien
"Vl'e did it!" yelled the jubilant undefeated ACS Varsity basketball team, just
seconds aliter they had soundly whipped Honeoye lialls for the Section A Title in
the VVar Memorial in Rochester. Although each man on the Purple Eagle starting
five gave away several inches in height to his opponent, Albion outffought, outa
hustled, outepasscd, out-ran, and most of all. out-shot the larger Honeoye Falls team.
Many fans who saxv the game said it was the best teamwork they had ever seen
by a high school basketball team.
Undefeated, Section A Champs, League Champs, Christmas Tournament
Champs - these were the honors won by Coach Conrad and the most successful
team in A. C. S. history.
One by one, our 20 lioes fell, starting with Notre Dame, Lyndonville, Elba,
LeRoy, llilton, Kendall, Byron-l3ergen, and llolley. ln the sectional game we
downed llilton, VVayland, and finally lloneoye Falls for the championship.
The starting line-up this year consisted of seniors David Greenlee. Richard
liorder, .lack Capurso, Ronnie Daum, and Dennis Slizexvski.
Dave Greenlee for the last three years has been the leading scorer of the team.
Dave this year was selected as the best rebounder of the team at the sectional games
at the VVar Memorial. Dave, you may remember, out rebounded the Honeoye
Falls team in the final and on the all star games. Next year he plans to attend
Kansas University on a football scholarship.
Dick Forder, said by many to be the best dribbler around, was voted to have the
best "crowd pleasing shot" in the sectional games. You probably remember Diclc's
hitting constantly with his "Big Bomb" in the Final game against lloneoye Falls.
.lack Capurso, this year, was the second leading rehounder and proved to he the
leed oil' man during the sectional games setting up many scoring plays. 'lack plans
to attend Ceneseo State, where he hopes to play baslcethall.
Ronnie "VVilt" Dauin, another guard, was third high scorer on the team.
Ronnie's hall handling proved to he an important factor in the victories this year.
Against VVayland Ron hit consistantly and lcept up in contention all the way. Ron
plans to attend R. I. T. next year.
"SlXiter", as everyone calls Dennis Slizewslai, was the team's second highest
scorer Dennis, along with Dave Greenlee, hit constantly all year on jump shots,
taking the hurdcn ol' scoring. Dennis plans to attend either llamilton College or
the University of Rochester.
Under Coach Conrad, other ahle reserve seniors james Collichio, George Cole
oney, and sophomore joe Capurso, hacked up the starting five whenever it was needed.
'lim plans to attend Niagara next year.
Next ycar's team will revolve around center -loc Capurso, with juniors David
O'l3ricn, Chuck llughson, ,Iaines Gould, Darryl Sanford, and Allen Lacey ready
.Xfter our successful year Coach Conrad has high hopes for next ycar's team.
Busy is the onlx word to describe the Varsity Cluh this vear. They sionsorcd
teddy hear walks, dances, cake wallxs, and raffles to earn money for a camera which
will henefit all in the future.
President e lDICK Fonmsn
Vice President jim CoLL1Crr1o
Sec1'e1m'y-Treas1irer - f - ToM MCCABE
Top Row: J. Faust, Jock Copurso Joe Copurso, D. Slizewski, J. Goze
3rd Row: M. Pilon, D. Dovis, A. Trlbunellci, K. Morsholl, B. Wilson, D. Sanford, C. Hughson, G. Adduci,
2nd Row: D. Lcmdfecir, S. Richards, R. Sevems, G. Albright. F. Tribunello, M. Adduci, G, Coloney,
R. Bowen, E. Parker, D, Miller, E. Gibson, D. Greenlee
Ist Row: B, Mix, G. Moncigcn, J. Collichio, D. Forder, I. McCabe, H. Solchok, C. Pecorello
Strike one . . . Strike two . . . W1 lAlVlOl
ln spring every young man's fancy lightly turns to . . you guessed it . . hasehall
The following senior hoys make up the nucleus of the team and play their last
game for :Xlbion this year - Ronnie Daum, Dick l7order, lohn Nayman, Dare
Salratore, Dave Greenlee, Dennis Slifewski, Gene D'Arnico, and Dick Bowen.
Vlfincling up as pitchers for the last time are Dick liorder ancl Dennis Slizewski.
Left to hurl the hall next year are 'Frank Curvynski, Pete Christopher and Frankie
Llncler their new coach. Mr. llazen kVoll'c. the hoys are looking l-0l'XYLll'Cl to a
Schetlulecl as this year's opponents are Kendall, Lynclonville, Batavia, lVleclina,
lflha, Lelloy and llolley.
Top Row: E. D'Amlco, J. Collichio, F. Trlbunello, M Pilon, R, Bowen, G. Coloney, Mr. Wolfe, A, Spencer,
J, Monagon, P. Pellegrino, A. Tribunello, A. Lacey, J. Scibefto
lst Row: D. Greenlee, D. Slizewskn, R. Forder, R. Doum, J. Noymon, D. Solvotore, M. Adducl, D. O'Brien,
Each year arounci the first of April the fastest hoys in school ohey Mr. Spierclowis'
summons and report to the gym for track practice. After running around the gym
for ages until the snows Finally melt, the water drains oflf the track, the sun comes out.
and it is possible to go outdoors. Practice goes on .incl on and on until the liirst meet.
Then it's hack to practice, another ll1CCt, practice, meet, and more practice. Finally
it's june and time for sectionals. l lard work, but much fun macle a satisfying season.
J. V. BASKETBALL
Top Row: G. Parker, J. Miles, W. Plummer, D. Parker, E. Pluhkwa, D. Hatch, W. Pllon, D. Wcalc
R, Kaminski, J. Saeva
Kneeling: D. Gibbs, A. Rcstivo, J, Gaze, Mr. Wolfe, D Shultz, K. Smith, W. Minckley
J. V. FOOTBALL
Top Row: D. Narburgh, P. Christopher, D. Buckland, D. Parker, J. Hucknoll, R, Weilhamer
Qnd Row: T. Fintak, R. Kaminski, C. Huckrioll, L. Stevenson, E. Gibson, A, Jones, G. Adduci, J. Miller
lst Row' D. Hatch, D. Gibbs, J. Saeva, E. Butler, D. Petia, R. Ferris, G. Parker, R. Shultz, D. Weale
S. Parsons, H. Doherty
WRESTLING BOYS' VOLLEYBALL
Top Row: B. Mix, G. Adduci, C. Albright, E. Restivo, Coach Spicrdowis, J. Scibelfo, A. Lucas, D. Lorscn, G.
B. Wilson, D. Erwoy Monogon, M. Pilon, P. Polligrino, D. Solvolorc, R.
lsl Row: L. Kidney, R. Daniels, Mr. Spiordowis, J. Miller, Bowen, D. Nongiu, J. Fritz, J. Noymon
F. Dilodovico, W Wells, R. l-loufson, L. lngrclifiom
'NTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Standing: T. Mahoney, W. Clfiompency, J. Noymcin, M.
D. Solvolorc, J. Fritz W. Cnompcncy, A. Lucas, J. Ncymcn Pllon, Coach Spierclowis
Seofed. D. Ncngju, D. Solvolorc, R, Ferris, E. D'Amico, l
iliis year again llie Senior team emerged as vietor ol' the intramural lxlslwtlmll
prograni. H60 clicl it againni
Pin iiimi Time wrestling team went to time County Meet at .fXtliea and came
liome with a trophy. ci0l'lQI'2lfLliilIiOllS to Daxicl lfi'xi'ay. lfranlx DiLocloxiL'o. Cary
Xclcluei, liranix Triluum-lla. and Craig Mbrigiit.
Strike! Sliouted Eugene iuvlxlllifll, Tom lXlalioney, Ray Daniels, Dick l7erris.
anal Robert DiPalma. as their fixe-man team took First place at the semifinals al
The senior volleyball team also had a very Sl.lCCCSSi,Lli season. as they ciownecl
all their opponents.
G. A. A.
Top Row: G McCartney, R. Kirchner L. Huldreth, S. Ingram, M, Richards, C, McKenna, B. Woido,
S, Pawlaczyk, S Lascell, l. Phillips, P. Nelson, E Lupo, L. Reynolds
-'ith Row: M, Lettis, S, Lent, L, lngrohorn, L. Brooks, S. Ruhlman, L. Sartwell, D. Pinson, A, Parke,
W. Bragg, P. Andrew-Q, A. Mackey, V. Cropsey, S. Smith
Zul Row: C Monno, M, Higley, N. Beardsley, C. Smith, C. Karns, N. Bowen, K, Bower, B. Del-iond,
S. Cole, K. Christy, M, Bloom, M. Vick, P. Coffey, M. Curtis, L. Burton, S. Forder,
2nd Row: G. Gregg, H. Londteor, D. Jensen, E. Fenton, C. Earlcy, R. Kendrich, P. Hadstead, G. Buck,
J. Harmcr, L. Anderson, J. Ido, C, Bislolt, J, Hill, G. Dykstra
lst Row: C. Socya, S. Belson, R. Brown, S. Spencer, D. Ingram, G. Poelrna, L. Lccldon, A. Halstead,
M. Llppert, K. Smith
Top Row: D. Jensen, S. lngrahom, K. Sayers
2nd Row: G. McCartney, N. Sanford, A. Mackey, J. Hill, B. Embt, I. Phillips, K. Doherty, A. Parke
E. Fenton, C. Earley, B. DeHond, S. Frcw, N. Bowen, S. Loscell, L. Boyne, P. Nelson
lst Row: M. Lettis, G. Dykstra, K, Christy, J. Harrner, L. Anderson, S. Covell, R. Kendrick
1 In -. .
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
Top: P. Coffey, L. Anderson, C. Eorley
Bottom: M Curtns, K. Doherty, E. Fenton, A. Parke
Top: C. Enzie
3rd Row: S. Loscell, D. Fenton
2 d R : I. PHII' J. H F
sf: S. Powlcczyk
SENIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Top Row: C, McKenna, B. Tower, S. Covell, B. Webster
2nd Raw: L, Sarlwell, l. Phillips, G. Gregg, J. Norman,
J. Reed, A. Parke, J. Hale
lst Row: J. Harmer, H. Landfear, J. lde, S. Lenf
Top Row: B, Embl, S. Lascell, N. Sanford
2nd Row: M. Neal, R. Clark, J. Hale
Ist Row: S, Covell, R. Newton
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Top Row: C. Monagan, D. Rirterbandt, K. Hollenbeck, C
Ferris, D. Dawson
2nd Row: M. Mahoney, S, Burton
Ist Row: S. Malone, S. McKenna, S. Engle, J. Mix
Top Row: M. Hxgley, L. Sartwell, V, Morris, M, Lettis
lst Row: S. Brooks, A, Colella, S, Ferris, B. Hill
Aw, let 'em drown, girls! Did you say you didn't want to go in, Gail?
What form! What grace! Too bad he never came up Aren't they lovely? fEspeciaIIy the back row?
Soaking seniors swim it up Are the girls afraid of getting their hair wet?
The Has-Bens line up to defeat the Will Bees. Don"r they look like winners?
For this he gets o scholarship? Dorff foll Forder
Copurso's off sides ogoinl
Clothing and Furnishing
76 Main St. Albion, N. Y.
ROBERT P. DUNSHEE 6. co.
INS U R A N C E
MRS. C. H. GRISWOLD
131 Main Street
G R 0 C E R Y
Telephone Bell 24
92 Main St. Albion, N. Y.
za sm Bank se. Albion, N. Y.
DR' H' J' PENN E c SEIIQJIEVGEATHER
N.. - D F3 N T ' S T first Class Millinery Store
14X Q- A ,, Successor to J. A. Hartman. ,
N ll, X Igoydwell lglock ll YVeSt Bank St. ALBION, N. '1 .
X i llff' , E no' da D I ous candies
A lx ' . y S D l t Ffllif
A H Specials ' U3 id d
CJ Xc1,yL u 1f'1fz 5 awe ,evfzs
ALBION 509 HOLLEY NE 8-6503
Thomas Lipton, Inc
ALBION, NEW YORK
Imperial, Chrysler and Plymouth Dealer
225 East Bank Street Albion, N. Y.
TO THE CLASS OF 1960
Heartiest Congratulations on your Graduation and Sincere Wishes for a
Successful and Prosperous Future.
We invite you to avail yourselves of our many services.
THE MARINE TRUST COMPANY
of Westem New York
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
J. J. NEWBERRY sk C0
S nce 185
Sales - Service - Parts
Oliver - New Holland - New Idea
Boggs Graders - Ontario Drills
Phone Barre 666 Albion, N. Y., R. F. D. 2 fat Barre Ce t T
MERRILL - GRINNELL, INC.
S i n c e I 9 I 4
ROOT INSURANCE AGENCY
Fire-Casualty -- Bonds-Life
hone 195 Albion, N Y
A Chick gets o bird Dor1't fumble ogciin, Greenlee! Adducci's in love!
The other Berry Mix Who soys Dim doesn't like girls? The line-up
Put onofhei' nickel in Con you use This Poof? Loyoul complele
Another one, Dick? Up ond in, Ronnie
"We Specialize In
409-411 East State Street
With Best Wishes
Best Wishes I VAX ' 'ly'
Croton - Hamilton - Elgin
Albion, New York Phone 423
WOLCOTT'S DAIRY PRODUCTS
Albion, N. Y.
INSURANCE SERVICE AGENCY
Best Wishes to the Class of ' 60
SCHARETT 8: MITCHELL
Zl West Avenue Albion, New Y
Our Heartiest Congratulations and Good Wishes
To the Class of '60
Complete INSURANCE Service
Bank Building, Albion, N. Y.
EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER
Congratulations Class of '60
MAINE LUMBER COMPANY
LEE MAINE, Owner
206 West Avenue Albion, New Yo
HEYE - LANDAUER MOTORS, INC
I Phone 1260 Albion, N. Y.
Best Wishes to Class of 1960
I Compliments of I
MW QU I
VICTOR J. PENASACK MACHINE SHOP
Growers Cold Storage Co., Inc.
WATERPORT, N. Y.
Refrigerated Warehousing and Transportation
FRANCIS H. BLAKE FRANCIS H BLAKE JR. EDWARD B ARCHBALD
Ch I man of th B rd P d Vice-P CI
BENJAMIN G. WILSON WARD B. WILSON
A really big bite, Sharon! Will it, or won't it?
Compluments of Barry Mlx Dlm'5 brlght today
Our handsome dance-hand The Oriental Touch
Wcll, I havcn't Icornecl Wasting time again, "Whole do you want thtx
my Ilnoa clthvru Bruce? Mrs. Landfear?"
DEACONESS HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING
563 Riley Street Buffalo 8, N. Y.
of Compliments of
58 North Main Albion, N. Y.
Portrait, Wedding, School
103 E. Bank St. Phone 1560
CARL PETRONIO CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
Contracting and Building
Phone 1010-W-l Long Bridge Road
Albion, New York
Compliments and Best Wishes
PHYSICIANS of ALBION, NEW YORK
Compliments of I
BAUGHN SHGE STORE
HENRY G. KEELER
General Construction Service
Albion ,N. Y.
Compliments of I
STARKWEATHER FREIGHT LINES
Daily Service Between Rochester and Buffalo
THOMPSON'S HOME FURNISHINGS
Wallpaper, Paints and Quality Home Furnishings
R. N. PARSONS 8: SON,
LAMONT FRUIT FARM
A T l.. A N T I C
DBUSIUOPE Road Albifm, N- Y- Gasoline - Fuel Oil - Kerosene
DELCO -- LENNOX
Telephone 847-W-2 . u
Heating and Air Conditioning
24 Hour Oil Burner Service
Geo. B. LaMont Thomas LaMont I
ALBION MEDINA l..YNDONVlLLE
22 417 6231
Geo. F. LaMont
Serving All of Orleans County
GREEN ACRES REST HOME
Member of American Nursing Home Association
New York State Nursing Home Association
24 HOUR NURSING CARE
Homelike Atmosphere - Good Care
DALE 8x SON SUPERMARKET, INC
Albion, N. Y.
Albion's First Super Market
Orleans County's Finest Newspaper
High Level Conference Too bad about the pictures!!? What ore you buying, Jan?
Seniors work on essay, buf where's Pilon? Now some sleep for Adducci? Whose girl, Charlie?
Mod Scientists He won't lost long Friends, Roman, Countryman
Looks like the boys won Dim and Julie get togeihcr
CRAFFEY INSURANCE AGENCY
110 East Avenue Albion, New York
Compliments Grade A Pasteurized and
of Homogenized Milk
26 Main Street Phone 523
ORLEANS G. L. F. FARM PRODUCTS CO-OP., INC.
G. L. F. SERVICE STORE
West Ave, Albion, N. Y.
COLBURN LUMBER COMPANY
GEORGE B. CURTIS, owner
Albion, New York
Congratulations, Class of '60
MICHAEL A. CHRISTOPHER ,
Funeral Home RENOVATION
354 West State Albion
J. H. SAYERS, Inc.
Men' s and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings
"A Good Store in a Good Town"
Bottled Gas - Television - Service
Phone 1400 - 1401 Albion, New York
C O F F E Y B R O S , Compliments of
I N C .
That Good Gulf Gasoline ,
Albion, New York
Range and Furnace Oil Plumbing, Heating and
Accessories - Tires Water Systems
THE CORNER PHARMACY
DANIEL K. WEALE ALFRED J. KUBICA, PH. G.
Odd Fellows Bldg. Phone 198
Best hes to the 144 South Clinton St.
Class of 1960 GREISECESKK
GULF SERVICE STORE
ALBION - HOLLEY 1
PENNY SAVER of
123 North Main sf. ALBION BELL'S
ADVERTISING and PRINTING SUNOC0 SERVICE
ALBION BUS LINES
F ISCI-IER'S NEWSROOM
105 N. Main St., Albion, N. Y.
I ine Jgools anal Cfczlalogs
I 63614151 llng 620.
FLYING A SERVICE To the Class of '60
Veei'c:n?IIIp's- Irugfake WEYTJTITK-:ries B E 0 O I
Mechanic On Duty mancy and Laura,
Albion Phone 1573 133 East Bank Albion, N. Y. I
T A x 1 I
IT'S A FACT ....
2 Way Radio Puts a Cab at
Your Door in Minutes
CALL ALBION 61
Dm T352 f3'2Zofva""'g CALL HUBBELL
D'AGOSTINO Radio Cabs
l' "77i"'1 11 1-1 I
C0m1'li1m"'tS Compliments of
JOSEPH DE CARI-0 SAYLES PHARMACY .
138 N. Main St.
PLUMBING aff HEATING 103 North Main Phone 104
LAUNSRY MAT I
' --'-' - - " 'I
BARBER SHOP of
oAvm vAcc, Prop. M A I N H 0 T E L I
Main St. Albion, N. Y. I
55 Main Street Albion, N. Y. I
O R L E A N S Congratulations Class of '60
B. B. TRUMBLE, Prop.
HARRADINE Phone 34
IMPLEMENT CO. ALBION
D'F.ffSS M'ACili1'L?QS5Rs FURNITURE CO.
REFRIGERATION I . h.
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Comp etc Home F"""'s 'ngs
Five Corners Albi0ll, N. Y. S. P.
Complim ents of
L. E. STARKWEATHER
PERF ECTO CLEANERS
3 Hour Service
33 E. Bank St. Phone 1651
Com plim ent
Sales and Service of
170 No. Main Street
Albion, N. Y. Washington St. Albion, N. Y.
A MeI5Z'Y'Zii'Tlmfi'Zis'mas LEIGH 8: TAYLOR
CHRISTMAS PARK INSURANCE AGENCY
Home of 19 Main Street
World Famous Santa Claus School
Albion, New York
Albion, New York
EDWARD J. ZAGATA
Waterport, New York
Albion, New York
V A N W Y C K 7 S Goodyear Tires ana Service
G A R A G E Car Washing
C In A Compliments of
omp nm nt.
of OIL COMPANY
BAKEMAN'S ' D
Wholesale Distributors of
west Ave' Albion' N' Y' 419 w. state sf. Phone 327
GU'-F CARLTON GRILL
APPLE GROVE INN
West Center Street S M I T H B R 0 S -
MEDINA, NEW YORK G. M. C.
N h Fine Foodyp I 327 East Ave. Albion, N. Y
ALBION DRUG STORE
The Rexall Store
Albion Phone 25 New York
SILVER CREEK FARMS
ALBION, N. Y.
G . S H E R W O O D of
Albion' N- Y- I - LeVERE B. BROWN
Atlaglflc :lfaler . Nationwide Insurance
GJQAOOZ QJW goofs
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Congratulations Class of 1960
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
.I O S T E N ' S
Designers and Producers
Albion Class Rings
Genuine Engraved Commencement
ROBERT E. KELLY
105 Laney Road
Rochester, N. Y.
SENIOR S.F.T.C.O.L. B TEAM
Capt. Larry "The Saint" Narburgh
Mick "The Gun" Pilon
"Little Coon" Greenlee
Jim "Spider" Scibetta
Jim "Sap" Miles
Pat "Slinky" Mackey
Dave "Slab" Salvatore
Barry Everett Mix
ALBION OIL COMPANY
ALBION MOTOR CO.
Chevrolet - Oldsmobile
Cadillac -- C orvair
Phone 102 Albion, New York
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DOCK FLOORS INC. I
Floor and Wall Coverings
h Main Street Phone 1091 Albion, New York
RENO A. DOCK, President
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MQ ER STUDIG, INC.
27 Clinton Avenue North
Rochester, New York
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