Alden Central High School - Album Yearbook (Alden, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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Sl: sflqlf' N X Yet lj 24 -49 anti Q v t l Foreword No era of mankrnd s hrstory ever produces so much change that the past 1S enttrely forgotten Every age thrnks of the trmes gone by as the good old days It IS wrth th1s thought 1n mtnd that we have chosen as thrs year s theme The Old Fashroned Album We of the class of 1958 feel that when we have left the halls of Alden Central School and entered the world of Earth Satellrtes and Atomtc Power all of our actrons wrll be gurded by the pun crples we have learned here In the mtclst of whatever success we attatn tn that world all of us rememberrng the teachers the departments the actrvrtres atAlden w1ll remember these as the good old days J X f l 49 N so 5 '1 : fl- 23 ,. ', .ei X lt- L- v , wmv xx '.:.C: , U '- - jiigx 1. T' QI-NQX Ng-ii -. Q . tt N31 .H ,, N ,. ,.,-,L N. X P ' A I . - Q ,NA . Rkfit.. lf I, gd, V ' f fr- VN 'N V ' .. . M. 1' ft "':1ffWe' 'Q 0- El.. , " .--f x,-." A r 'H' " is x I ,' . ,l I Kpsvir Q' . , . ' ' v . 1 . . . V , Y ,, . .. , , . , . . - - , f . 1 3 I I I . Y . 2 J .. .. Dedication M 1 OC Wlth loye and respect we the class of 1958 dethcate th1s yearbook to our parents Ln partml thanks for the gtndance love and confldence they have gxven us We know that only by hv mg our hveb Jccorchng to the precepts they h me 1HSI111t.dlI'l us can our debt to them mer be ful repald '7 9 U Q. D M' ml Q LW I Wkktw OO 5 X' 4 to 25' 0 X nv L 8 I . . H I I x, .4 .y , 3 On June 3 1151 the entrre tudent bbdx and Iaeultx were deeplx grlexed ox er the los ef Mr Edrth Folt Her pa srng eame a the resulr of a serrou l1ll'lCS: Me the aenror Cla hall forexer remember the gurdanee and understandrng he gate tr The le son he taught u mll gurdc dur te s on ant, path our lrwes max ewer take On October 28 1957 tragedy struck the home of Mr and Mrs George Eggleston wrth the death of therr son George age 13 a Freshman at Alden Central School A we remern ber George rn thrs the 1938 Album so shall me also remern ber hrm rn our praxers as rn later xears the Album brrngs back hrs memory among the memorres of our hrgh school days l 3- 1-.... . Y A I ', er, 1 t 1 . . V,-. 1 . , .V .S , 5. 1 I S. ' S- ' S ' . Q- .. r., - - s. . A. . . , ::,: , - Q . Y S. Sl :S 5' 'L 5 P . ',x , ,G I 1 ' f . , . , - - 1 . , K . : ' s , ' ' , f -1- - . ,P ' 5 v-m 5 1 vu 1 I 1 ' ' . " ' 5 r 5 r lx ' FA UL Y Kill 5 s If V Y Y Q ' rfx cu L T Y U W' gm ""' ' 'LN X X f I lx 1 1 i 5 I 'N 0, -V N , mx AV 2 'N 7 xi Ah li J N L I F M ll Our Prlnclpals Dr Wilson Conrad, Dlstrlct Prlnclpal Mr Samuel Trlppe, Elementary Prlnclpal Mr Paul Van Ornum, Hugh School Prmclpal F 0fflCE Staff Physical Education LOOK THIS WAY PLEASE' SEATED L to to R Mr Hay M1ss D1er1ch, Mr Rxchardson R Mrs Agnes TIIPPE, M155 Peggy Lynch STANDING Mrs Vlfglnla Zxegler, Mrs Ann Justmger STANDING L to R Sec Mrs I.1111anK1dder Program, Mrs A11ce Strate, Ways and Means, Mrs Mlldred Wrllxams, Cor Sec Rob Roy Grxffeth SEATED Pres Mrs Betty Staebell V Pres,Mrs Clarlce Foegen P T A Officers The students of Alden Central School are very fortunate to have such an actrve P T A Organlzatlon The purpose of the P T A IS to create a better understandmg between faculty members, parents and students Thelr mterest xn our problems has helped to lmprove our educatxonal system and stxmulate mterest nn the school Durmg the past years they have sponsored many act1v1t1es rn gram They encourage scholastlc and soclal mterest gxvmg an award to the outstandmg all around student of the graduatmg class B SEATED L to R Mrs Agnes Trlppe, Dxstnct Clerk, Harry Bell, Clarence Weber Nathan Sweet Presxdent STANDING Rlchard Cooke, Attorney to the Board, F Russell Strate, Robert Zlegler Marlon PIZHCIS, V ce Presldent Absent from prcture, Joseph Morltz Education The fmal word ln all school matters IS the Board of Educatlon Thelr unselflsh mterest ln pro vxdmg f3C1lltl6S necessary for our educatxon has created those op portwutles for outstandmg educa txon wh1ch are avaxlable at Alden Central School The Class of 1958 wlshes to express our smcere thanks to the Board for the work they have done to better our school l1fe 7 v' O O O . . L. .: . , ' ' ' . ' . , . .2 . .I ' ' .' 5 . ' i ' n ' . ., . : ., . 3 . . . O o Q o r . y . .. . - cludmg a holiday dance, a bake sale, and a Christmas musical pro- 1 S 1 I ' z . I 0 . . . . . . l - 1 - . - , Q. fm Tune out from the world of books our l1brar1an Mr Anzalone And nt d1dn t hurt a b1t' Our cl1n1c staff L to R M1ss Hassenbohler Mrs C111 Mrs Noel Mr Duncan, Gmdance D1rector m one ofthe Mr Adornetto, School Psycholog1st, helps us rare moments of le1sure we have allowed h1m solve many speclal problems these past four years 1 X 8 English L to R Mr Meyers,M1ss Lxmbaugh, Mr Hanlon, Mrs Beyer, Mr Carscallen fm CIAL STATEMENTS Social Studies STANDING L to R Mr Karas, Mr Derby Mr Dubmel SEATED Mlss Choate Mlss Eldrldge Olllllf .LMA En!-ww Au. Q413 950 ma. 'vii Commercial L to R Mrs Nelson Mr Przybyla,Mrs 'immth 9 4 W I 0 c . . I F ,.. ,, J 92:2 0 r ' , "' ' are 5 7, Jmvak. 'V X .a ' ff , . J - , . . . ' . L. 0 5 , - V G l .. . .Z . . , . -. : I ' X Fine Arts STANDING L. to R.: Miss Sager, Miss Battaglia SEATED: Mr. Agone, Mrs. Johnston. Math and Science STANDING L to R Mr Sw1erat,Mr Hamllton, Mr Schafer SEATED Mr C1ayton,Mr Wlse M1SSTOm11HSOH,Mf Glaeser Practical Arts STANDING L to R Mrs Rohl,Mr Wal ters SEATED Mr Wll1lg,MI McCorm1ck 10 STANDING L to R M Gr1ff1th Mrss Deck, Mrs Mc Cabe SEATED Mrs Stuz man, Mrs Kuryla Mrs Besse Mxss Schxllacx Mass Marrone Mrs Wxse Grade Teachers Afternoon Sesslon Speech Therapist Pollcemen Mlss Glace Mr Davls Mr Stra g Grade Teachers -Morning Session STANDING L to R. Mr. Roloff, Mrs. Carlson, Mr Uccr SEATED M1ss Ackerman, Mrs. Scott, Mrs Patrell, Mrs Medwrd, Mrss Cla varro, Mrs Luzer. 11 ' . .: r. I 1 ' ' . I . I - . I . i I .F V K "" lc .A ,J ' l O O 1 Alf' . ' 5 . rx O STANDING L. to R.: Mr. McDowell, Mr. Hoskyns, Mr. Pauly, Mrs. Wagner. SEATED: Mr. Kyre, Mr. Hassenbohler, Mr. Piechocki. Bus Drivers STANDING L. to R.: Mr. Cronin, Mr. Smith, Mr. Walters, Mr. Ear- sing, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Gill. SFATED: Mr. Alton Fix, Mr. Wemer, Mr. Morford, Mr. Robe Fix, Mr. Jurek. ns Custodians Smith, Mr. Walsh. Cafeteria Staff 3 ...bk . fine. l STANDING L. to R. Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Dersam, Mrs. Healy SEATED: Mrs. New man, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Swyers, Mrs. Francis. X, 1? ATU --.N SENI Wllllllibwll I E s C w P !L L-mi . D INDUSVR V ils I .mpg I i STANDING L. to R.: Mr. Hanlon, Miss Tomlinson, John Kumpf, Pres. Seated: Betty Lou Greiner, Treas.3 Gary, Kegler, V. Pres.5 Dorothy Zdyb, Sec. Senior Officers and dvisors The class of 1958, though small, has spent four years fuli of fun and accomplishment at Alden Central. The years seemed to fly by as we selected and showed movies for the school's entertainment and for our own profit. Betty Lou Greiner and John Kurnpf will certainly find it hard to forget reigning at the Junior Prom and also being the major attraction at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. The whole class will remember the fun and headaches of deeoratinr for our annual Senior Bail, and the enjovment and satisfaction when we attended it, Pu ils at Alden fa , P Central for 'ears to come will be re eatin stories of the s orts thrills rovided bv the outstandinf athletes of the D P E P P , is class. The activities, the fun, the work and the study of these four years have put an indelible mark on the character and personality of each one of us, In future years this mark will point us out wherever we go as graduates of Alden Central. We ho e the school will be able to feel as much ride in us, as we todav feel in ratitude and a recia- P P . PP tion for all it has done for us. l-l r 5- '9- NX 'bf' 7 'rag ROBERT ANSTETI' Baseball 2,3, Football 4 Wrest lmg 2 Intra 3 4 Class of RICHARD EDWARDS Honor Roll l,2,3,4, Merrt Roll 2, Rep Stu Con 4 CHARLES BEILEIN Albmn Staff 4, Football 3 Track 3, lntra 3,4 Play 3, Cho rus l,2, FRANK CZELUSTA Merxt Roll 3,4, Baseball l, Al bum Staff 4 Wrestlmg 4, Play l,3,4, Intra 4 Track 3, Baseball l 2 Football 2,3,4, Wrestlmg 3,4, lntra 4, Latm Club l,2,3, Pres 3, Sclence Club 3,4, Album Staff 4, Play 3 15 MARY ANN CZECHOWSKI Treas 2, Rep Stu Con 3 ss't Edxtor Paper 3 Paper Staff 3,4, Play 3, Chorus l intra 2,3,4, FHA 2,a,4, V Pres 3, Treas 4, Comm Club ,4, Booster Club 3,4, Plannmg Comm 3,4, Pres 4, Prom Court 3 DOLORES FOLEY Merlt Roll 1 2 Baseball 1 2 3, 4 Album Staff 4 Plays 2 Band 7 Chorus 2,4 Orchestra l '7 Intra 1 2 3 4, Booster Club 4 RICHARD FISHER Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Merlt Roll 2 Pres 1 Stu Con V Pres 3 Sec 7 Rep 4 Nat Hon Soc Y 3 4 Album Staff 4 Plays 3 Latm Club 1 2 3 Scxence Club 3 HAROLD GARDNER Transfer from Cranberry Area I-hgh School, Seneca, Pennsyl vama 1n Sept 1957 CHARLES FISCHER V Pres 1 Stu Con Rep 3 Paper Staff 3 Baseball 1 2 Football 1 2,3 4 Plays 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Athlet1c Ass'n Class VIRGINIA GERHARDT Merlt Rol11,2 Nat Hon Soc 3 4 Sec Classl Paper Staff 3 4 Chorus Y 3 4 Latm Club I6 1 2 3 4 Sclence Club 1 3 Press Club 3 4, F T A 3 4 Pres 4 Booster Club 4 Intra 2 3 4 BETTY LOU GREINER Treas 3 4 Album Ass t us Ed1tor 3, Album Bus Ed 4 Plays 3 4 Chorus 1 2 4 TERRY HAMMOND FFA 123 R1fleClub34, Momtor 4 Cheerleadmg 2,3,4 Comm Club 3 4 Plan Comm 1, In 1 2 3 4 F I-I A 1 Press Club 3,4 Darsy Mae 2 Prom Queen 3 Prom and Ball Decoratrons Booster Club HENRY JANKOWSKI Merxt Roll 1 Stu Con Rep 1 2 3,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Foot SALLY ISI-IAM Paper Staff 2 Album Staff 3 4 Chorusl z34,FHA. 34 Booster Club 3 Plays 3 Press Club 4, Llbrary Club 2 Intra 2 Prom Decoranon Comm 3 ball 2,3,4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Plays 3' Chorus 4' Track 2 3 4- Booster Club 3- Intra. 1 17 WILLIAM HARDY Ment Roll 3 Baseball 1 3 Plays 1 2 3 4 Comm Club 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 3 4 Intra 3 4 F T A. 4 DONALD KOCH Basketball 2 3 4 Play 3 4 Wrestlrng 1 F F A 1,2 3 ln tra 2,3,4 Booster Club 4 JANET KIRKMAN Paper Staff Member 3 4, Pla Y 3 Chorus 1,2, Intra 2 3 4 Booster Club 3 F H.A. 2 4 les L JOHN KUMPF 3 4 Football 1 .Z 3,4 Basket ball 1,2,3 4, Play 3 4, Intra 1 2,3 4, F F A 2,3,4, V P es 3 Track 1 Booster Club 4 Kmg of Prom 3, L1'1 Abner 2 GARY KECLER V Pres 4 Baseball 3 Football 2 3 4 Basketball 1 3, Intra 2 3 4 Booster Club 4 C ass I8 Honor Roll 1 2, Mer1t Roll 1 2 Paper Staff Bus Ed 4 Play 3 Chorus 1 3,4, Intra 2,3 4 F T A 4 , . 5 A ' 1 1 S 9 - , - ,P V x l f if K -4 D D ' - S S l .1 r s 7-7 - i, ,V , , S , . I , is " ' rv will W ,Q 0 ,S . Pres. Class 2,3,45 Baseball 1,2, 1 3 al 1 5 " 1 ' x ' ' , , - . . . - r . 5 s , s ' 1 ' l I 9 - - 9 , S , ' - 1 S ., fi, PEGGY LAWRENCE Honor R011 l Merrt Roll 1 Album Staff 4 Intra 1 2 3 4 Plays 2,3,4 Chorus 1 2 4 F H A Sec 4 Booster Club Sec 4 Comm Club 4 Prom Court 3 ROBERT MONTANA Latm Club 1, Comm Club 4 JACK LEMKE Athletic Ass'n Pres. 45 Ath- letic Ass'n Treas. 1gBaseba11 2, 3 4g Basketball 1- Plays 3- F.F.A. 1,2 3,43 Intra. 1 2 3 4 CAROLYN MATTHIES Album Staff 4 Chorus 1 Intra 2,3,4 F HA 2 Comm Club 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 19 DANIEL MANHARDT Intra 3 Track3 RONALD REBMANN Merrt Roll 1,2,3 Wrestlmg 2 FFA Treas 2 Intra 2 3 4 RAY NIEHUS Merit Roll 1- Football 2,3,4- Basketball 1 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 Track 3 CAROL REUTER Merrt Ro111,3 Sec 2 Paper Staff 4 Album Staff 4 Play 2 3,4 Intra 1 2 4 Booster Club 1 4 Comm Club Pres 4 NANCY NEHRBOSS Paper Staff 3 Play 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3 4 Cheerleadlng 3 4 Capt 4 FHA23,4 V Pres 4 Awards Comm V Pres 3 Booster Club 2 3 4 Prom Court 3 Comm Club 4 Baton Twrrlmg 1,2 Intra 1 2 Class of 58 CAROL RITER Honor Roll 1 2 Merxt Roll 3 20 Nat Hon Soc 3,4 Intra 4 FHA 4 Press Club 4 Booster Club 4 lndustnal Arts Club 3 Comm Club 4 Y 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Q 'Q S 1 ' S ' 9 'Z 1 3 1 1 . 9 , ,, , ' 1 1 1 ' 1 . - . 5 1 1 1 , 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1314- A 1 9 Q 1 ' S 4 s 's . 1,2,3g Band 1,2,3,4g Momtor 4 . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 f" Is ggi? 1 1 - - - .l , "2.' .lm 1 , a s . . . g . 3 1 ' 1 1 1 . . - 5 . " 1.,f"l - GEORGE ROBERTS Ment Roll 2 Nat l-lon Soc 2 3 4 Baseball l 2 Album Staff 3 4 Album Ed1tor 4 Football l,2 3,4 Basketball 1 Plays 3 Track 1,2,3,4 Ath1et1c Ass'n 2 3 4 Class of 58 PATRICIA SCHMIDT Paper Staff 2,35 Plays 35 Cho- rus 25 FHA 2,3,45 Booster Club 3,45 lntra. 1,2,3,4. ALMA SCHMITT choms 1 2,3 FHA 2,3 4 DONALD SIEVENPIPEP Monltor 2,3 Plays 3 21 WALTER SCHMIDT V Pres Athletxc Ass'n 3 Base ball 4 Football 4 Basketball 1234 Plays3 Track234 FFA 1 2 3 Booster Club 2 3 4 lntra 1,2,3 4 1 - r.,, ? ' V if V 2 , . . ' . 9 A 5 S 7 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 7 ' ' , ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, , . 7. . l I I , !. 7 S ' 1 1 ' , I ' N. 1 S 1 ' X 5:4 Stu. Con. Rep. 13 Football 1,2,49 9 ' i I, I CAROLYN TUERK Album Staff 4 Play 3 Chorus12 FHA 134 Comm Club34 Ita 1 23 n r i I Y 4 Booster Club 2 3 4 DIANE STALICA Merlt Roll 1 2 3 Play 3 Chorus12,FHA1234 Booster Club 2 3 Intra 2 3 4 Comm Club 2 3 4 Press Club JAMES VAN ORNUM Honor Roll 4 Merrt Roll 1 2 3 V Pres 2 Stu Con Pres 4 Hon Soc 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Play 3 4 Album Staff 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 2 3- Scxence Club 3,4- Intra. 2,3 4 JAMES SIMON Football 3 4 Play 3 Wrestlmg 1,2 F F A 3 4 Plarmmg Comm 2 Intra 4 Awards Comm 4 HSS MARJORIE WAGNER Mer1t Roll 1 2,4 Treas. 1 Press Club 3 4- Album Staff 4 Chorus 1,2 3 4- Cheerleading ul-l ' I C 22 1 2 3 4- Capt. 2- Dramatics Club 23 Intra. 1 2 3 4- Comm 3 4- F.H.A. 2,3 4' Booster Club 3 4- Plays 3 4- Baton Twirling 1 2. HAROLD W ARMINGTON DOROTHY ZDYB Class Sec 3 4 Honor Soc Mem 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Drama t1csC1ub1 FHA 234 Sec 2 3 Comm Club 3 4 Booster Club 3 4 Play 3 Comm Club Sec 4 Press Club 4 DONALD WEIG Football lg Science Club 4. EVERETT WOODARD Merrt Roll 3 V Pres 3 Base ball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2,3 4 Basketball 1,2 3 4 Plays 3 Plannmg Comm 1 Athletxc Ass'n 4 Booster Club 4 23 M1-:Lvm WIGLER Play 3 1 . if ' x I ' of ' ' 1 - - s - 1 1 1 5 1 1 5 . 1 1 1 n . 3 Mem. 2,3,45,.4lbum Staff , . ' - 1 1 :S ' ' ' 3 . . . , , 5 . 1 S - 1 5 Lk 1 S 3 - 4 ' 1 Prophecy The year rs 1968 just ten years after the graduatron of Alden s Class of 1958 The modem world has proven to be a success for all members of the class The bobbysoxers strll cheer therr rdols and therr latest rs a rockm rollrn actor known rn hrgh school as George Roberts Hrs latest prcture was drrected by Dolores Foley a brg name rn the rndustry fpractrce at Alden pard offj Hrs accompanrst Walter Schmrdt gurtar player and manager rs makrng a name for hrmself m the entertarnment freld Walt never grves up We are proud of our class as we had the governor of the state rn the class Don Koch He practrced grvrng speeches rn class whrch always brought hrm to the attentron of the teachers Along thrs lrne Carolyn Tuerk has become one of the country s outstandrng defense attorneys fShe used to be told rn school that she could talk her way out of anythrng j Sports rs a major attractron rn the modem world A brg feature rn the sports world rs women s stock car racrng Tonrght s event rs rn Chrcago feanrrrng those dare devrl drrvers Carol Reuter Sue Kyser and Pat Schmrdt They got tl1e1r start rn Alden Speakrng of sports we have All Amerrcan John Kumpf and Olymprc pole vaultrng champron Hank Jankowskr Therr school pal Drck Woodard looks on rn envy from hrs ranch rn Texas Wrth all those O11 wells to count there s no trme for sports fPoor lrttle rrch manlj A frrend of all the class Jrm Muscles Srmon wrll meet Happy Harry Gardner rn the wrestlrng rrng tonrght They have been wartrng a long ttme to prove whrch one rs the better man After all these years prrvate secretary Marge Wagner sold that salesman a brll of goods and wrll srgn that lrfe long contract Marge by the way works for Hardy and Lemke Inc a frrm manufacturrng toothprcks Brll Hardy and Jack Lemke founders of the corporatron have become leaders rn that freld Drck Frsher has made hrs Grey Ghost a household word He rs presrdent of a concern that makes Grey Ghost Automobrle Polrsh Bob Montana Terry Hammond and l-rank Czelusta are workrng hard these days rn therr mortuary partnershrp It was therr chrldhood dream fWho says dreams don t come true j In a lrttle school room rn Illrnors Drane Stalrca rs teachrng a busrness course to hrgh school students there She enjoyed rt so at A C S The women are certarnly takrng over the world lne trrst woman'to take a rocket trrp to the moon was Carolyn Matthres who taught the moon men therr frrst Amerrcan word Pardon Mary Ann Czechowskr s frrst book has just been publrshed and may make the best seller lrst It rs a gurde for students on How to Get Along wrth Teachers Mary Ann rs sard to be an authonty on the sub ject Speakrng of wrrtrng Dorothy Zdyb s gossrp column rn the darly paper rs rarsrng much rnterest Her gab sessrons rn classes drd some good after all Sally Isham s Charm School has graduated many top models lrke Grnny Gerhardt and Betty Lou Grerner Sally s graduates are famous for prctures taken by famous photographer Charlre Berlern Alden s Bob Cummrngs Melvrn Wrggler has just won the trtle rn werghtlrftrng He IS sard to be one of the strongest men rn the world Another trtle wmner rs Mr Amerrca Drck Edwards No explanatron needed Alma Schmrtt jorned the WAVES to see the world She found that her commandrng offrcer was an old pal from Alden Peggy Lawrence Janet Krrkman s busy lrfe as art1st and mother rs very rewardrng srx chrldren and a reputatron as a celebrated parnter Two scrence students Harold Warmrngton and Don Werg made a name for themselves as the screntrsts who drscovered a cure for the hrccups A man who has made a success of hrmself xery fast was archrtect Jrm VanOrnum who destgned the new Scrence Burldrng at Washrngton for star gazrng Hrs arde rn the project was Bob Anstett a star gazer from way back For an evenrng s entertarnment Carnegre Hall rs featurrng that world famous opera star Charlre Frscher Now he s so glad he drdn t sleep through Chorus every mornrng Nancy Nehrboss rs marrred now and a mother but rs one ofthe most actrve socral leaders rn the com munrty Carol Rrter rs a mrssronary workrng among the poor people on the planet Mars It s good to see she s stayed as nrce as she was rn school A modern day Chrrs Columbus Don Srevenprper and hrs gurdes Ron Rebmann and Dan Manhardt are now on an expedrtron to explore the wrlderness of the dark srde of the moon Gary Kegler has opened a charn of dance studros across the country Hrs work rn danctng dates back to square dances at old A C S By the way,h1s top rnstnrctor rs Ray Nrehus who got hrs nrmbleness from walkrng to and from school each day All rn all the Class of 1958 has done very well for rtself lt has an amazrng number of successes to xts name . . . - 1 l . , , . . . . , . , . . 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 , . . . . . . . . . , . . , . . . . - . . . 1 1 1 1 , , . . . . 1 1 1 - ' 1 . . , , . . . . . . 1 - 1 1 1 -1 1 , . . . . , , . . 1 1 . . . , 1 1 1 - ., , . . . . . ,, . ,, . , . . . . . , . . , . . . . - 1 1 1 . . - 1 . . . . ' 1 1 1 11 - 11 . . , . . 1 . 1 1 . V . . . - 1 . , . , . . , 1 1 . , . , . ' 1 . . . . . 1 , . , Y . . ,, . ,, . . . - 1 V , , . , 1 1 . I GRADES OOWU V Ji' . g , 'ul Yi + Q1 fXAf N-x li ' ? H :iq ' F' x .ad 15' , A S X5lX5TRXQBig S' X I If I i I J-I, I IQ gs N taxi X! I ' in 'V J X ' 35 A41 1 I 1 j xx , 4 X N 1' X Q I I ai Y X-Jw - I ' f -4 Y' 4 lv "Y swjgi A Li Mn A M, 4 .wr will 'fr' QI is H' lil ?....X G 4VL,.Z. , Class of I959 C Bxenlek, T B1er1g,M Bxlhar, C Bontrager, M Brauza, S Buczak, J Choate, J Cooke, M Czechowskx, W Czelusta, M Doerflem, D Dompkowslu, C Dussau1t,P Dombrowskl, J Eastwood, J Eaton, N Edwards D F1x, K Foley, L Foss, L Francls, S Gandolph, V Glllmore, E Goodenough, R Goodenough, G Cremer, R Hahn Henry E Hey, C Isham, J James, J Jantz1, E Kegler, W Kempf, D Kramp, M Krzos, C Kron, H Kumpf, Kumpf, B LaQuay, A Llppke, J Longstreet, E Mabon, K Merle, G Moffat, S Neff, K Morgan, D Nehrboss Nxemczyclu, J Nugent, C Nuwer, R Peebles, P Pxskorowskx, E Relch, F Redman, E Rexmer, J Rxchards, L Schxe, R Sch1abach,T Sxevenpxper, J Sxmon, M Sxvecz, J Skapxk, D Sto1dt,C Swyers, J Syzmanskl, M Tyrrell, R Vogt W We1nshe1mer,F We1ssenbu.rger,J Wxrl, S Yoder, F Zdyb,B Horrlgan, E Dav1S,PreS E Cordovano V Pres A Newman Sec F Hayes Trcas M1ssE1dr1dge, Mr Karas, Mr Schaefer 26 ,.. . ,-. .Q . . ,Q 'P -I -Y .- Q 4, 8 - 1? . 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E 5959 ll PQQWQ 3' 'K iq ,am ff 'Y 'Q' xf' ,- 'FW 3' SP5 .rv Q1 QD L' 1 C! -my Tenth Grade E Andrzejewskl, G Buss, H Black B Blalr, P Blankenburg, D B1owers,C Bordner, N Bowdlsh, F Brauza Church, D Cromn, J Cummmgs, W CZEChOWSk1, L Demerest, O Ferguson, S Fxnch, D Fox, T Gadd R Gardner, E H H Hmsken T George, M Gremer D Gross C Groves, G Green,B Haehl, S Hammer, C Harms, arms, Herbert, N H111, D Guldle, J Jankowskl, L Kam1en T Kamxnslu, C Kempf, J Klrkman, D Kher, R Kosakow s 1, G Krelb, J Kumpf, F Lesmskx, D Lynch, C MHtthl6S, L Munn, E NlChO1S, S Nxemczyckl, D Palmer, S P hl B O rfleld M Rautenstrauch J R1ter K Rohl, L Shelly, S Skaddan,J Stroka, F Szpxla, Poeller, o , ve , , , Stahca P Stowell, D Theon, F Trybusklewlcz, H TFYDUSRIEWICZ, P Ulbrlch, D Van Volkenburg, G Vendettl R K W kl R W1se Vmcent, D Vogt, B Walters, N Webster, D Weldel R Wexdel, D White, P Wxlllams, 1n er, WISHIEWSICJ, D Wxtnauer, J Sturm, Pres , B Kegler, VICE Pres , J Bugajskx, Secy Mrs Smxth, Mr Przybyla, Mr Meyers , .1 1. 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'mf Sixth Grade lst ROW, L to R S Peebles Sanger, J Haehl, T Cassel, M Schmxdbauer, L Jordan, K Skxlton A Nu gent, J Predmore, P Shaner 2nd ROW J Haehl, D Lombard, L Hutchmson, R Sojka, D Strlmple, J Erb, W Groves, L Szp1la,P Kuhn J James R Rohstedt, L DLIHICIS, J Mauer, D Ward,C Dzameclu 3rd ROW Mr Roloff,P Dxllon, L Rlener, R K1pfer G Gmdolph, S McMahon, A Bensley, C R1chards, M Gruka, Hager, W MacNaughton, K Prohaska L Skrzyclu, S Ormes, K Relgle, E MSSIK, P Hmz, Mr Ucc1 4th ROW D Corl, M Turnstrem, O Evans, R Kuhn T Lapp Sixth Grade FRONT ROW L to R S Green L Spencer, J Hxll, J Garber, J Pr1ce,M M1tchel1 R S1mons,B Wxlllams SECOND ROW M Whlttlngham, R Hahn E Case, J Stockweather, M Rothfuss, M Breton, S Kell J Kaczmarek, L Rupe, D Harper Mr Gr1ff1th THIRD ROW E Troyer, R Parr E Foley, W Cotton, K Mlk llnskx, E Schmldt, G Stamp, L Vendettx, D We1rerhe1ser 'L 31 ' 'f ' ng L ' x 1 V I . .: . , N .... ' , . . . " , . - D. Webb,-C. Hams, R. Lapld, K. creek, 114. shrock, PQ. Neeland,.A. 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Aldinger, C. O'Grady, D. Ostrowski, K. Parks, J. McNamara, R. Lindner, J. , . , , , . , . - , .I , . . : . , . , . z , . , . , . . . , . . . , . . Q ' , . , . , . , . . O , . .: ' , .h , .. ' , . , . A . ' ,Y . ' v, I. . : . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . . . A A - Fourth Grade 'Aa :Q-xml. A , - - L 4 FROINT ROW L toR D Krddcr D Lockwood D Kasperczyk B Bontrager,J Smrth N Mattle A Charpxot L Beyers A Jackson C Evans SECOIND ROW Mrs Medwrd D Wahr J Putvm D Lockwood, R Ormes lx Lehr T Strlmple J Baker,J Lyon R Stoos K Shelly,D Morey G McF:1ll Nlrs Patrell THIRD ROW L Sylvrs E Sanger R Turnstrom,J Kl1nkman,R Serv1s,S Wmkler W Grenv1l1e M Brown B Conrad L Sherman J Mueller L Gandolph,D Anstett FOURTH ROW J Eaton, C lsham D Czarneckl M Parsons G Bathhurst J Betz S Cr1tchlow,M INeff P Kam1en,D OGrady, L Nunemaker B Szymanslu M Mes1k Fourth Grade FROINT ROW L toR C Kaczmarek J Mlchaud C Neyman V Werdel P Dulak S Reynolds J W1l hams P Lnben A Marsden SECOND ROW M McCarthy D Ell1s,J Lawrence, R Sweet,S Bagrowskr L Rothfuss R Powl1son,K Donnel1y,J S1kora,A Camplsano C- Hememan J Weaver,Mrs Kuryla THIRD ROW P Prtz E Berg,E Jablonskl J Vater C Hopkms B Stacbell S OBr1en P Skowr:1n,M Steffans, one "' Gerber E Hall 33 Thlrd Grade '51, -eff, STANDING, L to R C Lankxes, N Guerdat, C Fmch N Alonquest, D Lerser, R Daucher, G Panella, Mlss Ackerman, D Beyer, G Ma1nes,G Schluter, J Rappa,D Harm K Kohl D Schre1ber,C Guenge r1ch SEATED lst ROW C Kuhn,F Thompson, L Ballachrn 2nd ROW L Blarr S Wrgler S Schrllmg R Machm 3rd ROW S Amrhe1n C I-Ioskyns,R Savakrnas M Koch 4th ROW J Cooke J Brsrg D Savage G Stuntz MISSING D Schmrdt Thlrd Grade FROINT ROW, L to R J Green, C Jones,IN Kell 'I' Cooke, L Growes, D Orchard P G11bert, L Gadd, S Eggleston SECOND ROW R Schunk,B Reece, R Smrth, J Kaczmarek, W Geyer, J Meyers, J Cotton, D L1lleck,F M1tchell,C Houghland, J Sherman D Mye, D NI1ehus,J Eckert THIRD ROVN Mrss Deck J Wetmore, T Schlabach, T Blzur, B Vater, M Baker F Goudreau, J Slmpson, R Eaton D I-hnz, C Schmltt M Taylor, S Cronrn, S Gerber, C Klmball, C Frx, Mrs Besser FOURTH ROW C Powl1son,T Stockweather, S Case, E Grant E Sroka, D Johnson, K Pauly, M Walker, R Rush, J Garber F Bell, E Stowell, C AUSYID D Arrey, D Dombrowslu 34 Second Grade 1 FRONT ROW L to R J Summers, J A Weaver, L Fleckenste1n,L Donnelly E Lxs, R Schxllo, M Kacz marek, E Graue, M Jackson SECOND ROW M1ss Sch1l1ac1, J Vend1tt1, S Jump, P Sweet, T McCarthy, C Neyman, J Staebell, S Hahn, C He1neman,B Knaus, M Bensley, C Feuerstexn, D B1nder,J Berg, Mrs WISE THIRD ROW D Re1ner,S A McFall C Ward,P Czechowlcz, R Schm1tt,H Troyer, E Steffans, M Ward, M Webb, D PFICS, C Pauly, S Schaefer C HOpk1DS FOURTH ROW J Blalr, R Jablonskr, J Charplot, N OBr1an, D Matthles, N Folwaczny, R Weglarskl, V Beg1ers, T Corey, B Roloff, J Ward, R Wmegar Second Grade STANDING, L to R N Beers, E Daucher, D Schrock, E Campbell, J Horrlgan, J Woodard, K Schre1ber, Mrs Carlson, M Stutzman, L Lohmann, C Pulaskl, T Helmuth R Zergler, T Frank, T Przybyla, D L1 Puma SEATED FRONT ROW C Cl1ff, S H1nsk1n,B Johnson ROW2 P Isham,B Brown, K Sanger, L Steenburgh ROW3 D Bolusa, N Webb, L Rxchards, L Zehr ROW4 J Schmrdbauer, S Caplxck, S Offhaus, L Knaus 35 First Grade FRONT ROW L to R S Troyer N4 Reynolds C Frx J Marsden D St.1ebell,C Geyer, Sharon Jones, Susan Jones S Bagrowskl SECOND ROW D Rupe G We1erhe1ser G Schlabach B Geyer G Walker C Amdt,J Welcht P Shade J Bauer G Gadd M Geyer,R Koelbl G McCall M Hughes THIRD ROW P Lawrence R Strate M Mrtchell B Barley B Freeman,S Powlrson G Baker,L Rothfuss A Gerber K Muchow,K Walker J AUSI1H,M Ward M Relner FOURTH ROW Mrs Stutzman, R Krssell D Vater S Steffans R McCabe First Grade FRONT ROW L to R B Becker L Preusch C Jackson D Sanger,B Stuntz,G Stutzman, L Pelon,P Hoy, B Rrehards D Grenxllle SECOND ROW J Franlxlm B Chrlstner G Parker,D Deer1ng,L Hoskyr1s,T Beers Nl Schmldbauer J Hampton C Ballachmo R Erb M Kabel D Zymowslu, D GUEDg8I1Cl1,S Guerdat C Foster E Nunemalxer T Isham K Brown D Predmore THIRD ROW Mrs Scott S Ostrowskr, M Gandolph E Kyle A Ell1s,C W1g1er,D Marquart F La Forme P Kohl J Gawelo R Mlller R Meslk Schluter T Kyser D Strrmple A Becker M M8DlClx1,R Rohl,R Gardner M155 Clavarro Q -1 36 O 'P . qt' v I . . ll " , . .: . , l . , . 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Kmderga rten sjfrryrnc v FRONT ROW L toR R A1rey,J Lankes P 'vlcKee,T Beers,D LrPuma,J Lohmann C D La Forme W Kauffman,T Marquart,W Becker SECOND ROW D Townsend,P Beyer,K Webb P Hoy, P Blaxr, D 'vIa1nes,D Erb,E Macey K Berkemeyer,J Phelps THIRD ROW B Eaton,D Kyle,G Shrock L Randall K Pelon J Van Alstyne,S Johnson B Sy1w1s,D Mach1n,B Brown,P Peters C Rohl IN Hoskyns,M J Cooke R Zehr R Schultz, R I-hnskm A Ismert D Dussault J Gandolph D Webster 'vhss Shults ABSENT D Helmuth E Nunemaker K Troyer, R Musty R Comstock Kindergarten FRONT ROW L to R L Kell J Mclilllgott L Schmrtt M Umphreywrlle K Rrforgxato M Reece D Schmldt D Young,E Webb K Donnelly I Perault,B Orchard D Walters S Rebmann SECOIND ROW M155 Lemke, S Ph1ll1ps C Summers G Neyman C Eaton D Anstett S Ellls, R Grrffrth P Grlffm S Roberts R l-l1nz,K Markle D Kretschmer M1ssShults THIRD ROW J Cuarmo, C Perault R Schmrtt R Davrs M Beglers R Case W L1ddell N Puseclxr R Smlth S B lter J Dombrowskr J lVlCl.Z.lLlglll1I1,lD Thayer ABSENT E Grant D Harlach J Warmmgton L Ruhlen D Jump L Schlllo J Weaver,K Meyers G Fraser 37 2. ' x -il E 1- 4 X' ' ' ' yz, ' -:Rei - F , . .: . ' . , . 1 . . ' . , . . , . l ' . . . ,u . l . l. l 1 ' . . . y 8. l, '. ' , Hardy. FOURTH ROW: Mlss Lemkey, Kabel, Kipfer, Amrheinl P. Vexlator, C. Schnlz, C. Aldinger, J. , . , . . , . , . , . , . ,A ' . : . , . , . . , . . l ' , . ' A . 7 . , . . , . ,- . . w . -' A : . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . ', . ' , . , . ' ,r'. lx V, .. ' , . a' l, .. '-, ., , l ' .7 . Townline lst ROW, L to R James Kelley, D3V1d Wemer, Gerald Smrth, Barbara Grades Demerest 2nd ROVV Gerald Hlnsken, D3V1d Popp, NV1ll1am Rumley Mary Lou MacAfee, Gerald Bowen 3rd ROW Robert Allen, Scott Welker Carol I 2 and 3 Zxe ler Susan Haney STANDING Earl Bla1r Kathleen Yoder Lawrence Blaxr Robert Brandel, Mrs Thompson, Jack Plskorowslu, Llnda Broadhead, Karl Relch Grades BACK ROVN, l. to R James Drckmson, Damel NN 1ld Edward Kramer Rlchard Parr Donnell Mueller 9nd ROW John Wxld Janet Rels, Paul Luderman 4 and 5 Anthony Vend1tt1 Alan Brandel Ivlarlt Luderman Perry Hmslxen CIRCLE Dav1d Near, Mrs Harroun, Jeanne Popp, Donna Zregler, Brenda Harfman Ca1l Near, Bonnle Peterson, Deborah Near -Xntonette Pxslxorowskx, Stuart Kelly 38 Millgrove Grades I and! SEATED, L. to R.: C. Munzert, A. Mayer, M. Marziale, M. Marziale, K. Sorge, J. Weinsheimer, A. Young, G. Kelm, B. Kozak, L. Baumeister. 2nd ROW: F. Piasecki, A. Czamiak, T. Ball, B. Muffoletto, D. Demarest, D. Kingelsmith, B. Vesper, V. Kelm, M. Munzert, Miss Gassman. 3rd ROW: K. Bromstead, G. Wil- liams, D. Smith, M. Baremeister, K. Lippke, P. Roberts, K. Kreuger, S. Ames, T. Donnelly, E. Januale. Grades 3 and 4 lil. FRONT LEFT: S. Donnelly, E. Myers, T. Ball, L. Mayer, K. Schmidt, B. Sutton, C. Kratzat, A. Kozak, J. Myers. 2nd ROW: Mrs. Sturm, L. Matthies, C. Czarniak, M. Guerin, D. Nichols, W. Aderman, K. Lords, J. Vesper, D. Morgan, C. Wetzel, P. Moran. 3rd ROW: G. Zoeller, S. Guzzo, J. Pratt, C. Lippke, D. Roberts, W. Klingelsmith, G. Williams, T. Landahl, K. Mack, V. Baumeister. Grades 5 and 6 1st ROW SITTING, L. to R.: G. Sorge, R. Sutton, S. Lippke, K. Ames, A. Januale, R. Landah.1. 2nd ROW: R. Valentine, L. Muffoletto, G. Cuzzo, N. Lippke, J. Mack, S. Sheasley. 3rd ROW: J. Barker, D. Mayer, B. Schmidt, J. Young, G. Care, T. Kopp. 4th ROW STANDING: L. Guerin, S. Mason, S. Matthies, D. Duszkiewicz, A. Demarest, J. Lords, T. Zoeller, B. Ullem, W. Schmidt, C. Kinsman, C. Marziale, J. Simon, D. Moran, Miss Wagner. 39 MDTNHTIUE ,fXfx -N. f ,N0 A wg- ' f' i J' ag 'C' gunna nee 17113 'War FFA PHP! Kxflltl- I M CL H If Lum n BAN4 FTA PKG! I-Uh IMP! C D fi Mf g 905 5 1 ,. ,NN gfffjf V Q .-- , Q X Q my 0 Z L 'Q' 0'ss I :X 4 wxux' -vi,-4' 1' s'.g 'Q ' 9 of' x sf 4' ?' 10' ,4 n 2 ,f 'sra!vXf if 'N' N-f"1J fi v.'Av-15:44-. 'A-. - YA Y -1 4 I 1, , ty, L. .L-3-'N' - r- - '- .' . .' . , ol .- -gr r 7 il rw- , 1 - - ' f,.. - .- f y A H 'fi x,j,.': ff !':If'a J b '25,-if ' ' N .slight i V LA '.g, ? . 'IEE ' 5151, - 1' - G' 6' , j '-5:13 ' If ' 1 L - 1 . X ' , Scrnuf Lu b -k ' V' F R nu 5 5 ' ' 4 -ni X - K , , P za-'21 A g I4 ll: fl A -5 ' XX 74 1 '- f ' V f , X, XX ,V Q z :gi AL X- X. f ' L u f ' X 49 Ph.:-ru 'L' ' ' 'Seam - A - 7- V - .aggggi ': A ,V X . - 1 I ' f X 'r' X. .... , f , , f , :ff I ,A - -- f- 0 Q I ' - L J: ' gt f - ii: lf 1 7 43 A- f X gil:-v X 1222- . '- -v I if-Sf' I' - 7 , Y ,Z A 41 ' x q I , V ! A . f P I 1 V - V f, f 'J - ' ff r 1 ' ,tis 40',x .' . ,O .g?E ::s 5 W f wa? '-:-3 N l L ef' ' 7 ' 4 , 4' ' 1 .v2'a 'f Q 111-s" f fe- ,.f X ' , - 1. P 'r R Xl 2 6 mi Q5 '33 il ' A X? 41 , 5, Q ' T y it xiii" , ,, ' v , '44, f ZW 'fy ' , 4 mm. 7 f -. . K x fl 1 , -X 1 J - M x 1 , 1 iii? u sq f Athletic Association 'I lst ROW J Lemke, E Woodard, J Cooke, R VVISE, D Newman, T Kumpf 2nd ROW Coach R1Ch3YdSOD, G Roberts, 'VN Schmldt W Kempf, T Harper, C Kron 3rd ROW W Keg1er,J Jankowskl P Hardy R Mexdes, J Dombrowskl Booster Club 43 Press Club lst ROW, L. to R.: C. Kron, P. Schmidt, C. Reuter, M. Creiner, J. James, J. Longstreet, P. Dombrowski, C. Groves, R. Kosakowski, A. Newman, Mr. Hanlon. 2nd ROW: H. Black, J. Riter, C. Riter, C. McGaughey, M. Rautenstrauch, S. Isham, R. Vincent, K. Winkler, F. Lesinski, C. Bordner. 3rd ROW: M. Czechowski, O. Ferguson, K. Rohl, C. Kreib, J. Bugajski, K. Merle, D. Vogt, J. Richards, D. Stalica. 4th ROW: J. Kirkman, J. Wirl, S. Kyser, L. Kyser, D. Zdyb, B. LaQuay, M. Sivecz, F. Brauza, T. Sievenpiper. ll. ational Honor Society SEATED, L. to R.: G. Gerhardt, M. Brauza, D. Zdyb, S. Yoder, C. Riter. STANDING: Mr. Duncan, D. Fisher, J. VanOmum, G. Roberts, J. Nugent T. Sievenpiper. Commercial Club FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Mrs. Nelson, M. Sivecz, R. Schlabach, C. Kron, P. Dombrowski, N. Hill, M. Greincr, J. Longstreet, J. James, P. Lawrence, A. Newman, C. Bontrager, F. Wcis- senburger. 2nd ROW: M. Krzos, B. La Quay, R. Kosakoski, C. Reutcr, B. Walter, H. Trybuskiewicz, F. Trybuskiewicz, K. Foley, C. Bieniek, C. Groves, D. Van Volkenberg, C. Lsham. 3rd RO'W: J. Richards, B. Haehl, S. Hammer, N. Nehrboss, D. Nehrboss, C. Riter, M. Rauten- strach, F. Brauza, P. Blankenberg, D. White, D. Gross, D. Stalica, M. Czechowski. 4th ROW: S. Neff, D. Zdyb, J. Bugajski, G. Krieb, P. Ga- minski, D. Kramp, B. Montana, D. Vogt, J. Wirl, K. Nuwer, F. Redman, M. Brauza. F.H. . lst ROW, L. to R.: P. Lawrence, N. Nehrboss, D. Nehrboss, Mrs. Rohl. 2nd RONV: F. Trybuskiewicz, H. Trybuskiewiez, C. Bienick, M. Bil- liar, B. Walters, M. Creiner, C. Kron, A. Newman. 3rd ROW: K. Foley, C. Nuwer, P. Dombrowski, R. Vin- cent, N. Bowdish, V. Cillmore, J. James, J. Skapik. 4th ROW: K. Rohl, C. Riter, S. Isham, J. Bugaski, D. Zdyb, C. Tuerk, D. Stalica, D. Vogt. 5th ROW: C. Kreib, B. La- Quay, M. Brauza, E. Reimer, S. Neff, L. Foss, M. Sievicz, J. Richards. F. F. A. lst ROW, L. to R.: D. Pitts, J. Stroka, D. Fix, C. Hardy, D .Fouchie F. Szpila, D. Blowers. 2nd ROW: H. Stalica, E. Reich, B. Czelusta, J. Kumpf, J. Lemke, C. Ball, D. Palmer R. Meides. 3rd ROW: J. Sturm, J. Kumpf, C. Buss, L. Camian, H. Henskein, W. Czechowski, Mr. McCormick. 4th ROW: A. Kaminski I.. Schie, S. Candolph, G. Kofta, C. Grenier, W. Dersam. 5th ROW: R. Hahn, T. Cadd, G. Harris, D. Vogt, V. Nowicki, P. Rogacki, J. Kirkman. Y I 7 F.T. . lst ROW, L. to R.: S. Neff, C. Henry, V. Cerhardt. 2nd ROW: R. Vincent, K. Rohl, S. Kyzer, S. Kum C. Nuwer, C. Merle. 3rd RONN: G. Bell, F. Hayes, N. Edwards, W. Kempf, E. Davis, H. Jankowski, W. Schmidt, B. Hardy, Mr. Hanlon. pf: Senior Chorus lst ROW, L to R M Wagner, N Fmch, A Newman, C Kron, S Sweet, R Schlabach, C Bontrager, S Kumpf, N Webster, R Vmcent, Mlss Sager 2nd ROW L Huse, C Merle, K Rohl, P Wilhams, C Bordner, C Henry, B L Gre1ner,B LaQuay, S Isham, D Zdyb, L Kyser, K Wmkler,P Ulbnch, D Foley 4th ROW D Sweet, G Bell, J J2.I1l1l, H Peebles, J Eastwood, G Swyels, G Dussault, P Herbert, C Be1le1n, H Jankowslu, C Fxscher, E Davls, N Edwards, F Hayes 46 ci Bienick, D..Nehx-boss, P. Lawrenee, P. Cordovano, M. Sieyicz, S. Kyser. 3rd.ROW: N. Nelmrboss, V. Cerhardt, Senlor Band lst ROW, L to R J Nugent, T Slevenplper, S F1nch, T Dav1s, J Cooke, C Weaver, L Sxevenplper 2nd ROW D Lynch, L Eastwood, R Dulak E Mabon, S Edwards H Kuxnpf, B Harms, T McMahon, J Blalr, R Vo t S Woodard J Szymanskx 3rd ROW C Swyers, L Franc1s, E Harns, D Bensley, D Phelps, C Matthles, A 8 G Pdwhson, K Biemek, R Lemke,G Harr1s, K Powhson, P Munn L Munn, H Kumpf 4th ROW Mr gone S Srruth W Swyers, K Muchow, R Sojka, J Scheneker Orchestra lst ROW, L to R C O Grady, K Brown, P Carlson, H Kumpf, L Jordan, C Zxegler, S Nugent, D Horm P M L Eastwood G Powhson W MacNaughton, R Dulak, D Bensley, T Davxs, J 2nd ROW VM Swyers, unn, , , Brown 3rd ROM G Blau, L Sxevenplper, J Cooke, K Muchow, S Smlth, J Scheneker, C Weaver,G Harms, O Evans, J Hawley, Mr Agone 47 0 2 ' If S Q9 7, , ' 1 , L I : . . U. , . . , ,. l . ' . . ' v. . , . . . . . Aa , .I ' nal 9 ' a L. v W4 f H , 2, , f lf? ,." - , .J Az ,I s . hx I n ,I . , . . l , . . ,. . . . . . French Club L..J.ill lst ROW, L. to R.: Mis Eldridge, C. Henry, M. Sievicz, M. Morgan, K. Rohl, C. McCaughey, N. Bowdish. 2nd ROW: S. Smith, C. Matthies, G. Dussault, D. Neff, J. Choate, M. Weber. Science Club ' Wi!! lst ROW, L. to R.: Miss Tomlinson, S. Kumpf, K. Winkler, R. Vincent, K. Rohl, C. Merle, C. Henry, S. Yoder. 2nd ROW: J. Jantzi, E. Davis, J. Choate, H. Kumpf, J. Nugent, E. Maybon, G. Kempf, E. Reich, W. Kempf, T. Sievenpiper, E. Nichols. 3rd ROW: S. Gandolph, D. Edwards, F. Hayes, L. Francis, N. Edwards, J. Van Ornum, K. Morgan, G. Swyers, J. Cooke. Latin Club lst ROW, L. to R.: D. Nugent, D. Sweet, E. Davis, L. Demarest, V. Gerhardt, S. Finch, B. Kumpf, E. Nichols. 2nd ROW: S. Stratton, J. Choate, F. Lesinski, C. Kurpita, K. Winkler, C. Michaud, P. Stowell, H. Black, S. Goldstein. 3rd ROW: K. Chapman, C. Weaver, J. Schcnecker, P. Hojnicki, S. Yoder, J. Lippkc, J. Wirl, K. Comerford, L. Huse, S. Kumpf, Mr. Karas. -ith ROW: M. Beyers, J. Rider, P. Ulbrich, G. Jantzi, D. Witnauer, T. Sievenpiper, K. Merle, L. Shelley, O. Ferguson, H. Black 5th ROW: F. Neeland, T. Harper, J. Szymanski, F. Hayes, L. Francis, J. Cooke, J. Nugent, J. Mik- linski, S. Niemczycki, G. Bell. SP IRT -S 4, MP- ff f 'LT f' x T fi Vlllffwl QQQJQXQQWA5 I 06.6 0,06 . '0' f-3 Ng 7 gs .2 V y G'- SX KJ X . 7 f I1 .1 ' if 2 1 P ir- . . . Q , 'x XXX X , ' fy - , RX X V . w . x 3 ,A ' X ' ' ' f f k f A L , 4, X, 5 - ' ' W 1 I V , XX If Y , If ,I MX r f : L X, ' , b X 2 f I2 ' f x - A 1 K-X -Y u ' .' L , v 5 A L QP - E f 47 - Q f f X Q I 7 I f' ' , ff f 5 N 0 H , . , I 0 ' , JJ f ' - 3i1'i- ALDIN 1:8 Q 1 - U ' J 5' ' 5 x , 4 V - , 1 ' ' 9? "o'i"'9""'1f Y'7'593Q?9 Q xx - ft' md. . -'M5':-:e':4vfg-542 ,N J' A, " vii?-5?y'e':9":' ff ' "W .- ., 1 .. 111 '-'--- ' , ' f 1 i r " ' - W 5 Q - N-M - QQ 1 'X 'X Q ' I .. --- H+- 1 -"- f X x 1 J , -..M K-H -i X X ' 1 D K ,X I , ,-an , , ..- j - , f iQ-. x , 1' . .,. , X I , I , f ' 'lxxx . xi-:.,.'- X, ' N - . X OO, zz X , 4 I 4 VT - X 1 1 5 " - , I-' T ' i - I , ' - ' -'Q , , f C. W -1 K' N'-5 , - A V H i I .-.v I . 4 wiv L , ., X 1 2 , 5 X AV . If E '- in 5 , , 5 in X . X' " 5 K I iii' 'Nw .f S11 kbswanvr, ' I f I A ggi I Qi V Q ,. K N Xb ' ' A k QQFQ K il I X'-Q GQ iv. "ff N: 1 Capt. Dick Woodard Walt Schmidt George Roberts End Halfback End Don Sievenpiper, halfbackg Greg Grenier, full- back, Warren Kempf, halfback. You cannot lose seven of your eleven starters by graduation and enter a new league of larger schools without picking up a few lumps Playing an elght game schedule against seven schools of larger en- rollment Alden has very little to be ashamed of in their four w1ns three losses and one t1e record This scrappy team was led by Captain Dick Woodard four years Varsity man George Roberts, Woodard Kumpf and Kegler were named to e Buffalo Evening News Division III ECIC All Star Fxrst Team Roberts made the Second Team They'll be sorely mlssed rn 1958 -cs 1 . iv 1+ , Zlx ' , - and other Seniors, John Kumpf and Gary Kegler. Q , th STANDING, L. to R.: Coach McCormick, D. Sievenpiper, R. Peebles, G. Grenier, R. Edwards, C. Fischer, G. Kegler, C. Roberts, E. Woodard, A. Venditti, Coach Shaefer, Mgr. J. McGaughey. KNEELING2 R. Neihus, W. Kempf, D. Cronin, J. Sturm, E. Davis, H. Kumpf, S. Gandolph, K. Kumpf, J. Cooke, N. Edwards. ABSENT: J. Simon, R. Anstett K 111 lm I , ' .. 1 . A -.1 .f .- Varsity Basketball The ba kctbal ea on of l9al 38 lglllfleb the frrst year that the Alden Bulldogs have parucrpated rn the Erle County lnterscholastlc Conference l-llghllghts of th1s memorable sea on lnclude a near upset of heauly tawored sloan x here the Bulldogs lost by a scant one poxnt A new attendance retord was set for the chool gym and the team ha grossed more money than ex er before The mn over archrlval 1 OQULI 1 one nexcr to be forgotten Departtng enlor lnclude Malt Sehmldt who ha been ax eraglng 19 po1nts per game as ofFebruary 7 good enough to lead thc 20 team conference ln that department Also graduatxng ts Dlck Woodard second onthe team rn scorlng and along mth Ray Ntehus has carr1ed the reboundtng load through the season Ray can core when he has to also John Kumpf the Bulldogs floor general and possessor o a fxne Jump shot ls leavlng along mth Hank Jankomskl who owns a great one hander from anywhere on the Il or Also leaymg are Jlm Van Ornum and Don Koch a palr of able reserxes Xlthough next year looks to be a rebulldmg year Coach Hay looks to Jlm Szymanskl Bud Kumpf Norm Edwards Marsh Krzos and Dlck Vogt plus an excellent Juntor vars1ty1 team to carry the load next ear KINEELING L toR W Schnudt R N1ehus,E Woodard H Jankowskx J Kumpf STANDING Coach Hay Manager Koelbl M Krzos H Kumpf J Van Ornum N Edwards R Vogt,J Szymanskx D Koch Manager Schlabach 59 O s 2 ist S -V s ' ' ' - , Y N 1 1 . A ,Q S . , . . X N. .... , . , , ,v , , Q ' s ' ' f . " ' ' 1 r fs 's 'B . - . I y . A A Y. VN. H . . -A N . ' s f ' H , . , ' f v K Y Y Q s 5 ' V s AO h - 1' ' ' ' - v I A , - ' ' 1 , . ' v ' . , , . , , A 1 A A 1 Q , . .1 . , . . , . , . - l - ' , . ' y . , . . 1 . , . . , - y Q, -J' Av. ' ETS , ,,,, 25 4, 'fi ' x I 3 5' QQ' Q ,ff K in N 1" ' 4 1 4 ? E KNEELDE, L. to R.: E. Cooke, B. Law- rence, D. Neff, E. Daucher, J. Tyll, B. Merle. 2nd ROW: R. Meides, J. Billiar, R. Sojka, G. Kipfer, T. George, M. Wag- ner, J. Monin, J. Foucie, E. Schrock, D. Foucie, D. Reimer, J. Dombrowski, COACH RICHA RDSON. 'ff-"'f vx,-.47 H IF ill l X K I -I . 4, lr 'm 1. -s , ss , '5 , 4' , it J. V. Basketball , 1 1. 4' X 1 1 ' 1+ ' X ss V,,'fi- g XX fi' X x K J A gf . ,Q g 'QT' Y v' ' J! I E' Lg 5 I XX , 'If' I+ auf, rmwb A s va., .A-,fAi4gf-,A Track 3 fl Alden Central School Alden had its greatest track and field season this Track and Field Records year as its team broke all kinds of records. The first Event Name Time 01' 'fear highlight of the season was A1den's First Invitational Hurdles Charles Woodard 1355513222 1955 Track Meet, a tremendous success. Second, the team 100 Yd, William Schema 10,6 Sec, 1951 won the Genesee -Orleans County Meet for the second 220 Yd- Robert I-emke 23-7 Sec- 1956 , 440 Yd. Robert Lemke 56.5 Sec. 1957 year in a row. County records were broken by the fol- 880 Yd. Glenn Kesler 2.08.5 1957 lowing Alden trackmen: Glenn Kegler, Bob Lemke. Mile Run Walter Piskorowski 4.56.5 1956 - H' h J R b Bo 5'7" 1952 Wiltef Schrnjidtxland B319 Eaglan.1Thesedwere also k Bsgad 5:21-'P Rgbzlftt Leglie 21' 5 IM" 1957 sc oo recor s. wo o er sc oo recor s were ro en Pole Vault Walter Schmidt 10' 8ll 1957 by George Roberts and Bob Lemke in other events. Shot Put George Roberts 46' 5" 1957 Discus Robert Eagan 133' 11" 1957 880 Relay Bob Lemke, Clint Erb Harry Hill, Mike Foegen 1.42.5 1956 STANDING J Lemke, R Lemke, D Dietz, B Anstett J Van Ornum, D Woodard H Jankowski, Mr Hay KNEELING J Kumpf, C Daucher, H Hill, C Erb,M Sweet,A Schlabach, D Ke11y,D Schlabach Varslty Baseball This teaxn was one we have due cause to be proud of. They finished league play with a 2-1 victory over Corfu and a 7-1 overall record. This entitled them to go to the section V play-offs They drew a bye in the quarter- final round and played Phelps in the semi-finals. Defeating Phelps by a 12-9 score they ad- vanced to the finals, where they lost a tough decision to Bolivar, 5-3. A great deal of credit belongs to the players as well as to coaches Hay and Schaefer. Alden Opp Clarence Iroquois Corfu Lancaster Holley Alexander Alexander Byron-Bergen Holley Byron-Bergen Corfu Phelps Bolivar W Junior Varsity Baseball lst ROW, L. to R.: G. Choate, T. Kegler, W. Kempf, H. Kumpf, F. Weissenburger, D. Fox, J. Jankowski, F. Szpila. 2nd ROW: Mgr. W. Jordans, R. Weidel, R. Wise, J. Niernczycki, R. Baker, S. Niemczycki, E. Reich, G. Jantzi, Mgr. C. Koehbl. 3rd ROW: L. Munn, K. Morgan, T. George, D. Lynch, F. Zdyb, J. Cooke, J. Szysmanski, J. Sturm. 55 F L to R, REAR C Koelbl, G Stroka, D Fox, D Cronm T George, L Kamlen, J J31'lkOWSk1, W Kegler, Mgr Schlabach FRONT L Demarest, R WISE, J Mlklrnskx D Lynch, L Munn, Coach Dub1e1 Basketball S Football KNEELING L to R G Bathurst,J Fouchxe, D Palmer K N1ehus,R Gardner R Sojka J M1k11nsk1 K Charp1ot,J Jankowsk1,T Church W Jordans STANDING Coach Ucc1 J Kumpf, R Wrse, L Demarest, K Morgan,G I-iarr1s,D Lynch T Harper G Kempf R Weldel 56 XJ f fb js',. 1, G.. w I ik-v 1 'Ng Nw f 1" f , Af X ' ff , '- 1 V! .X r ' I 1' ' x I X , I . 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"Goo-0-0" qsonnie LaQuayy CLASS OF I9 9 Iworry' QE Arthurj Us, ln 1953 Q - ll ll u - n . . .,.,r. .. . x . u". . . - ,V Q li - I - ,fy ,M K Compliments of the CLASS OF l96O Baton Twlrlers H91 FRONT ROW M Bensley, S Bragrowskl, S Jones, C Frx, S Jones, D Staebell, J Staebell SECOND ROW C Jones,M Webb, S Cromn, M Taylor, S Eggleston D Orchard, J Weaver B Reese THIRD ROW B Staebell, S Ormes, E Kumpf, K Pauly, J Haehl, B Haehl, S Obnen, E Berg, C Schmltt, C Brenlek, E Stowell, Mrss Sch11lm- Will We the Class of 1958 berng of sound mrnd wrll the followrng wrth our best wrshes Xlma Schmrtt leaves her shyness to Warren Kempf Frank Czelusta leaves hrs artrstrc abrlrty rn cartoonrng to all future publrcrty drrectors of school actrvrtres Bob Montana leaves hrs death scene rn the Senror Play to all puprls who thrnk they can outsmart the teachers Harold Gardner leaves hrs pep and energy to Gary Kempf Ron Rebmann leaves hrs unawareness of the opposrte sex to Elarne Cordovano Betty Lou Grerner leaves her lrcense to anyone who feels rn a dangerous mood Carol Reuter leaves her seat rn the clrnrc to anyone who wants to get out of class Drck Frsher leaves hrs appeal to Sally Kumpf QCan you use 1t'7J Jack Lemke leaves hrs quret manner to Vrrgrnra Grllmore Margre Wagner leaves her excuses to get out of school to Donnre Kramp QThey never farl Donnre 'J Janet Krrkman leaves her artrstrc abrlrty to Carol Bordner Don Werg leaves hrs manners to Bonnre Haehl Harold Warmrngton leaves hrs blue Mondays to Delphrne Dompkowskr Brll Hardy leaves hrs hand rn the arr to Ted Kegler QGood Luck Teddy J Mary Ann Czechowskr leaves her season trcket to the drrve rns to Margre Grerner Pat Schmrdt leaves her left hook to Ray Hahn fwatch those blondes 'J Drck Edwards leaves hrs seat rn the barber shop to Ernre Hay Melvrn Wrgler leaves hrs sleeprng prlls to all future Hrstory students Drck Woodard leaves hrs hook shots to Jrmmy Szymanskr Nancy Nehrboss leaves her abrlrty to be true to one person to Andrea Newman Carol Rrter leaves her quretness to Mary Ann Kerlbasa Ray Nrehus leaves hrs abrlrty to get up 10 mrnutes before school starts to anyone who s thrnkrng of gorng out for track Dorothy Zdyb leaves her abrlrty to strck to the Job trll rt rs well done to Pat Gamrnskr Jrm VanOmum leaves hrs elbows to all future basketball players Sue Kyser leaves her souped up Jeep to next year s Drrver Ed classes Carolyn Matthres leaves her abrlrty to wrrte shorthand standrng up to all future star shorthand students Sally Isham leaves her abrlrty to make frrends to Joan Longstreet Johnny Kumpf leaves hrs well worn path to Sullrvan Road for future Casanovas Walter Schmrdt leaves hrs book of 20 OOO questrons to the combrned faculty to frgure out Peggy Lawrence leaves her abrlrty to rmpersonate an angel to the Lost Xngels George Roberts leaves hrs fan club to Fred Hayes QDon t worry Freddre George rs the only one rn rt so far J Bob Anstett leaves hrs abrlrty to celebrate hrs erghteenth brrthday to Chester Grnny Gerhardt leaves her quret frrendly attrtude and her manners to the Junror grrls Please use them' Jrm Srmon rs Just plarn glad to leave Gary Kegler leaves hrs abrlrty to frnd the hot spots after the dances to Tony Kamrnskr Dolores Foley leaves her extra hook reports to lazy Englrsh students Drane Stalrca leaves her abrlrty to memorrze the glossary rn Englrsh books to her brother Henry Henry Jankovvskr leaves hrs natural curls to Judy Gerhardt Don Koch leaves hrs seat rn Englrsh to some unlucky Junror Dan Manhardt leaves hrs abrlrty to date several grrls at once to all boys rn the school who have to go steady Charlre Frscher leaves hrs specral talent for curb crursrng to Tony Kamrnskr Don Srevenprper leaves hrs vacatror rn Florrda to the hardest rvorkrng student rn the school Terry Hammond leaves hrs phlegmatrc temperament to Eddre lxrchok Charlre Berlern leaves hrs frrendly smrle to Mrss Battaglra durrng yearbook meetrngs 72 I 7 Z 1 I n . , . 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