Alexander High School - Record Yearbook (Alexander, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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'Une bas Q, az .L W, ..' . as your Iaf'o.1'se our c j, 75 you. ou.-r love and fojalf-Y , ln-r-ou, 'r j a. j ff' j , ajs ' E, 7, e ' j ' So haf! - ljgyur oo Lu 99 f' J Table of Contents A mlmstratnon Se-mom Grades !AXCtlVIjUSS S ports Cf pajCr'Ot'1S X IOO L d " O mfo " ....,o .... 22 ff QlE1sses0.,0. 000.550 0000056 'M 000.. 0.0702 Dedication MISS MARY A JUDGE We dedicate this yearbook to Miss Mary A judge as a tribute to her selfless glvrng of her energies to our school Miss Judge has taught for 42 years 18 of which have been at Alexander She has been associated with Alexander Central School since l937 the year of cen Some of us have especially fond memories of her as our second grade teacher In 1948 she became grade coordinator Sheiis outstanding in her oneness of purpose her interest in each child and her concem for his welfare Our grade department runs smoothly and efficrently because of her spontaneous smrle and a wonderful philosophy of lrfe Much more could be said for thls is only a small tnbute to a truly outstandmg personalrty 4 tralization. She is well-known to all parents, faculty members and students. 1 9 ' In Memoriam K.. MRS ETHEL WAITE Durrng the past year death clarmed the lxfe of a former second grade teacher here at Alexander Mrs Ethel Walte spent a total of 26 years teachrng 1n Darlen and Alexander schools The unt1r1ng efforts of thls person to add to a chlld s repertolre both educa txonal and entertammg lncldents w1ll long be remembered by those of us who knew er As we remmlsce we remember her unceaslng efforts to provlde a strong foun datron of the 3 R s for he'r second graders How l1ttle drd we realrze then what a good beglnnlng means Mrs Walte opened her heart and home to varlous classes and was often called upon to provlde transportatlonal fac1l1t1es These were just a few of her school contrrbutrons We pay trrbute now to one of the prlmary plllars of Alexander Central School O .Q l n u o .. . . ' . h . ' - . ' . . . a n 0 n o ' H ' - vv a Farewell f MRS MERTIE FORD Thrrty seven years of SCFVICS ln the teachlng freld have enabled Mrs Mertle Ford to be promoted to the freld of retrrement After teachmg rn the Genesee County Rural Schools for many years she entered the halls of Alexander IH l943 to take her place as a fourth grade teacher Under the watchful gurdance of Mrs Ford members of her fourth grades re celved a complete program of studxes as well as a full program of character bu1ld mg An lssue stressed by her was cooperation whlch was so ably drsplayed by Mrs Ford herself rn her assoclatrons at school church grange and communlty affarrs Those of us who spent trme m her classrooms realrze she not only gave us a learnlng of the fundamentals but alsoa growth rn sprrrt rn mlnd and rn truth What a great pleasure for thrs class to be grven the prrvrlege of honormg the frrst teacher to retrre from Alexander Central School May she take her place rn the Halls of Memory as one of the great burlders who helped to form some of the good crtrzens of our land fm 1 'fi 0 X mf X 1 to ,Mrs - 02 VKX 1 .'l 1 N' gf r f Farewell .,.- Dm 1 131 1 MRS MAY CONWAY We wlsh to pay trrbute to Mrs May Conway a Junror hrgh school teacher who was forced to retrre early rn the school year because of 1ll health She was a teacher for twenty four years She has always been most rnterested rn young people and exacted from each essentlal for every student to have a sound knowledge of readlng grammar spell rng and arrthmetrc Although she was Wlth us for only a lrttle over a year we all came to respect her hrgh standards of teachlng and we value her as a frrend I pupil the very best work of which he was capable. She has a firm belief that it is , G c E or F12 USTQSATION D524-JEQE FIRMLY f 'bmw-9 J? UP -1 -Z 401 PII -4 Z0 Supenntcncilent Mr George A Barber has been Superintendent of Schools slnce be fore our entrance lnto grade school Indrrectly through all these years we have felt his presence rn the manner our school has been run He rs avery civlc minded and understandlng man His roll during the last few years has become mcreaslngly rmportant due to the effects of our ever expanding pro H gram We wish to express our thanks to Mr Barber for the consrderatron he has given our school through these past years Board Cf Educauon X., Seated Francrs Parrse Clerk John Gardner Wrl1xamEmbt Jr President Standrng JWalterSm1th Gifford Stamp ClarenceE Johncox V1cePres1dent Wal1acejStakel School Attorney Th1s year Mr Gardner became a member of our Board of Educatron We wrsh to express our gratrtude to these men who have greatly beneflted our school m many ways through therr SCFVICCS and attention. 10 I f . - mi: . if . TY? 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I: . . - ' . , , ' ' - . : . . . . - ' . . - Principal MR A WARREN DAYTON, Supervlslng Princ1pal The class of 1957 would l1ke to rntroduce you to our supervlsing pIll'lC1pa1 Mr A Warren Dayton Mr Dayton IS a graduate of Hamllton College He started teachlng ln 1929 ln Leroy where he taught untll 1940 when he moved to Bergen After teach1ng1nBer gen for two years he came to Alexander, where he has served as pnnclpal for the past frfteen years He IS a Sunday school teacher an actlve member of the Rotary Club a sum mer camp director and a staunch supporter of all c1v1c and community act1v1t1es He has always been a fencing enthusiast Whlle ln college he won many awards for fencmg and was the Rochester City Champlon for many years He loves to cook and enjoys uslng power tools as a hobby at home Mr Dayton IS a smcere kmd hearted person who always puts the welfare of the students and school ahead of hrs own needs To h1m each student stands out as an lndividual and not just another member of the student body Hrs mam ob Jective ln l1fe IS for a student to recogmze his own achievements under proper guldance We would like to thank you, Mr Dayton for the understandlng and guldance whlch you have glven us through the past twelve years ll X GPX K av A X. 4 e I . I .XX XJ XR 2 XX! . . . . . , . , . . . . - . 1 ' 9 V ' 1 O ' . . , . - C I I . High School Principal Ll r 9-f"' Xpr' ,af fv"",,Q AP .-""' rf MR FRANK DEMSHAW, Hlgh School Prlnclpal Mr Demshaw came to Alexander Central School rn 1952 as an Engllsh teach er In 1955 he became hlgh school coordinator 1n addition to his teaching dUt1eS In 1956 he was promoted to the positron of high school prlnclpal continued teach ing Engllsh and also took over the history classes He has helped us solve many of our problems concemmg our future careers advanced training and posrtlons which we may obtaln after graduation As our class advisor his unfarlxng cooperation and constant help 1ngu1d1ng us has been of immeasurable value IU helplng us achleve our goals As this year draws to a close the Class of 1957 would like to extend to you Mr Demshaw our sincerest thanks for all you have done for us 12 .Y 'inf nf f .a-"""n' ' K W. 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High School Facult 1st Row Mrs Dayton Mrs Curnss Mrs Glor Mrs Ausun Mrs Lloyd Mrs Whalen 2nd Row Mr Trader Mr Btdell Mr Gardner Mr Rogers Mr Hulshoff Mr Howard When we are remrnded of our Hlgh School Days, we remember our hlgh est and the fatth whlch they have glven to each of us, we wrll be ever mdebted to them Also, we remember the responslbllrtles whtch they taught us and whtch have helped ln our formattve years Because of these teachmgs, we are better able to cope wtth the problems we shall face ln our future years We the Semor Class, w1sh to extend our apprecratlon to all the hrgh school faculty members Through both thelr 1nd1v1dual and umted efforts 1n thelr vaned flelds our backgrounds have been greatly broadened 1 : . , .. ' , . , . ' , . , . I . , . , . 9 . , . 9 . school teachers who were so understanding and patient. For their personal inter- , . . . . . 3 umor I-hgh Coordmator MR SAMUEL I PIRRO, JUHIOI' Hlgh Coordmator Mr Pirro, the Junior hlgh coordmator IS hked and respected by all who know hrm I-Irs affabrlrty pleas ing personallty and wlllmgness to cooperate with others make hrm a most valued member ofthe faculty Under hls directlon and guldance, the junlor hlgh school clas ses are constantly rmprovmg 14 0 I Q , ff Y . . . . . , . . . . . . . , - unior High Facult lst Row Mrs Fntts Mr Parry Mrs Tehan 2nd Row Mrs I-lrllman Mr Rrder Mrs Schenk We appreclate the kmdness s shown us when we were m the Junror High by the msplrrng teachers of the jumor I-hgh Faculty Although we dld not realrze lt then thelr gurdance helped us greatly through the many problems whlch arose durlng our following years We know that they wlll continue 1n thelr untlrmg efforts to gulde the students wrsely lo . - Q 9 u 9 a . . 9 o 9 s . . g . a A 0 Grade Coerdinator Q . 'Y VIISS M 5 RH X JL DCE Gridc Coor 1111 11or M155 judge 1111 55111111 mhool Lo0rl1111111r wa rms ds a 19115111111 rx lUlLl'LNlL l 111 1 19 lllpplt 1 XkllLIl halpmg or S111 1 hum frwm 111 nrrmg u1111l 1.110 11 Tlliflll Xkllll 1111 humlrg ls of dc Q x th 1 1411s L L15 f ho 501115 all L 1roverQ1cs 111111 111x11rL to .1 I 1 K Aw Q3 1 I, , 1 J Q 21 L A 1 Q, . v'x . ,'JQxxM' . -4311? 1 3 K E 13", 1 , . ' , T 1 1 ' f 1 .1 1 , 1 , L 1 1. 1 fCUllTlLlCF of our I11111113' gurcfruc Jays 111 thc l'lfSl six grades. She is vc 1' ' 1 at 4 all gl1ildrc111111-,l Q 2 ' - 1 ' hers. .' 5' 1 .4 ' ' 1 ' 'A 1 A- 1a11l..x'1 x1'h1'h shy 1. fl 1lx1l. Shw L1 111-rs Ill Q ' ' 'On Q15 " ' '11, Grade Facult 'hi M 'ij 1st Row Mrs Stamp Mrs Goodman Mrs Watson Mrs Cacner MIS Weeks MIS Pask MISS WCIHCF 2nd Row M1ssArgana Mrs Kenmng Mrs Iaster Mrs lbth Mrs Baker Mrs Ewell Mrs Capwell Mrs Stoll Mrs Klossner Mrss Hastrng Crocker Mrs Dart Mrs Rudalph A most essentlal part of our school career hes ln the grades There are the frrst seven years of that career are spent The guld 1ng llghts of these formatrve years are the ever patrent teachers who have grven us our frrst mtroductlon to educatlon Wlthout these people to mould our young llves and to teach us the funda mentals of llfe, lt would be a very drfflcult l1fe So to these 1nd1 vlduals, we, the graduatlng class of 1957 of Alexander Central School, glve our thanks 17 4 "' , ' 'nu l l i J. I . , . , . g - 1 ' 0 - 1 . 3rd Row: Mrs: Norton, lviiss Laramy, Mrs. Ford, Mrs, Edwards, Mrs. Wagner, Mrs, Porter, Mrs. Timm, Mrs, I ' I ' Coaches Secretary Stenographer WL MISS FRANCIS PARISE MRS, BETTY POPE UISC Dental H gienist fl tat-7 MRS FLORENCE GLOR MRS JEAN GAMMACK School Doctors N-,W DR JOHN CATHIE Dlrector of Health Servxce 81 School Physlcxan Mr- DR BIAGIO MANSUETO School Physlclan 19 ,Z- R E E7 It .. , 4' Q rl' K' ' H L! ..-. Ze' I 1 Q Custodians Mr Alwardt Mr Bartz 5 Mrs Schlller Mr Wxght Bu DIIVCIS 'I f' 'T pf 1 lst Row D Bower I Norton H Dart H Harter E Alwardt H Huhng 2nd Row Mr Reddmg C Smtglelskl L Ertel C R1Ch A MCISCI L Gnswold F Kaxser E Schlller E Wolfley F9 Cafetelna Staff M Thrlfthouser M Wolfley C Heldenrelch M Wolfley F Wackenhetm D Lewls M Wlckens, L Clendenon QI.. Snaps df' Whlte men take over Semor sports rt ff' I-1 ust Marr1ed" 46 W' A521 my-If T 'x 1-4 O 'J' IJ 'U in-bl' The Royal famlly f A-'ai' I1mmy s Hxdeaway sf' ,gal 514 Is he 1DIC1'6SU.hg9 The line up Q1 Where s my toupee" ' if ':w,5.4Q wu- . 4 1, 'fha 1 Y, -.4 :fi-if '12 ' e ...-all WRX ,XY xxx Kmxlnxl S Aw 3 v 4 NM 1 Q s lfjl 'nf 'Wu W ,.- ,Q ,- .4 fx, wx., xv, '4' h xslgr ,'Ks:-- , ,f . 5 Q1,-ff.rf ' if' ' - - V 5 E 'T' O I3 S Q .,r"'- PATRICIA BENNETT SCIENCE Swlmmlng Club Offlcer Jr Prom Commlttee Sr Ball Commlttee Rellglon Cheerleadmg F H A Chorus Leaders Dance Club HISCOTICHI Club ll f DORIS BEAL COMME RCIA L Club Offlcer Sr Ball Commlttee Rellglon F H A G A A Intramurals Chorus Leaders 'QQ' 'Qw- DENNIS BIALKOWSKI rf' 4 X. COLLEGE ENTRANCE Welght Llftmg 'W' Relrglon 2 Wrestlmg 24 BEVERLY BOLZ COLLEGE ENTRANCE Yearbook Swlmm mg Nat Honor Soc lety Class Offlcer Club Off1CeI jr Prom Committee Sr Ball Commrttee Relrglon F H A F T A Leaders 2:-rg L 9,1 0 I ' 'Q s 6' P : A, ,A . 4 G J. " 1,2,3,4 Q? xg I 0 0 1,2 CY, . . . 1,2,-3,4 1,2,3,4 2 3,4 ' ' 2,3 C ' 1,2 I I A . I 3 M A A . ' 4 Q . . . 1,2 xxhnf , I ' 2,3,4 ' , . . . . 1,2,3,4 2 . 2 1,2,3,4 I A ' . if I 4-H 1,2 u ' 1 . . . 2 if I O O 1 L.',?" . r l' ' . A V I I U 1 1 . 3 . . ,Q " 1, , . ,K C47 ' ol, f fd ' XX A , 1 ' EH X09 I KIMBERLY DREW INDUSTRIAL ARTS Sr Ball Commrttee Band All County Chorus Chorus fl-2 E LAIN E BRUGGMAN COMMERCIAL Yearbook 3, 4 Class Officer 1, 3, 4 Club Officer 2, 3 jr. Prom Committee 3 Sr. Ball Committee 4 Cheerleading F H A Band All County Band Chorus www 'xv' CHARLYNE EDDY COMMERCIAL Club Officer Sr Ball Commlttee Rifle Club F H A Leaders digg. pu 11, L ARTHUR CRATER SCIENCE Weight Lifting Rifle Club Wrestllng F F A Baseball Soccer fManagerJ F F A Photo Club amin- 'fifty 25 2,3,4 . . . 2,3 1,2,3,4 ' 3,4 2,3,4 - 4-H X! 0 0 0 4 . ' 4 2 , 2 A 2,3 I ' 3,4 sv l , I '. 3 Z X -4 0 0 a 1-,Z "I ff-'J ROBERT FOUCHIE AGRICULTURE Class Offlcer Club Offlcer Welght Lrftmg Rehgron Wrestlmg Basketball F F A Track Baseball Leaders Football T' in IUDITH FICHTHORNE COLLEGE ENTRANCE Model Congress Swlmmmg Nat Honor Soclety Yearbook Club Offlcer jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Comm1ttee Publrc Speakrng F H A F T A G A A Chorus , ALLEN GARIGEN AGRICULTURE Club Officer F F A Camera Club Qwny .DW1 Jajjffyf A A ,f0f'f""f" fl ,lf-Ffa 'ffxfmwi fm MMM 124114 -"Wx ' ' 9,494 ,4+ul!- 'deft 26 -ff fame LEE GARIGEN INDUSTRIAL ARTS Welght Llftmg Jr Prorn Commlttee Sr BallCorr1rr11ttee Wrestlmg F F A Chorus Leaders . .1 LV Hhs A A JOHN GLoR COLLEGE ENTRANCE I GARY GOETZ COLLEGE ENTRANCE AVClub Model Congress Werght Llftlng jr Prom Commlttee Sr Ball Commlttee Basketball Basketball Manager Track Baseball Band Yearbook A 07" E ite, Yearbook 3, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, Club Officer 1, 2, 3, Sr . Ball Committee Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, All County Chorus 3, Chorus 3, Leaders 1, 2, 3, Athletic Council Football 1, 2, WW WAYNE GRE F RATH AGRICULTURE F F A Offlcer Basketball Manager 2 3 F F A 1 2, Band 2 All State Chorus County Chorus Chorus Conference Chorus County Offrcer Sectlonal Speaklng State Band State Chorus 27 gi! 1. Q ,Agfa ' K 'Elf ,W SANDRA GLOVER COMMERCIAL Sr Ball Commrttee F H A G A A 2 Leaders . . 1, 2, 3, 4 h . . . 1, 3 . . . 3 . ' 3 7 E . ' 4 1, 2 3 1, 2, 3 1 1 , 2, 3, 4 4 4 Q a ,.f' 051 I 4 A ' .,. T v t' " ' if , y . . . ' 3, 4 ' A . . 73 A , v 1 4 4 . . . , 3, 4 se 1, , 3, 4 GE -,,, , ,E 'Q I 4 3' 4 gf 4 if-ff St. Music Teachers , f 4 F- F-A- ' 4 - '- E.F.A. ' f,f'tt F. F.A . ' 2, 3 E.F.A. N 4 i RICHARD HASSETT COLLEGE ENTRANCE A V Club Yearbook Edltor Club Offrcer Welght Lrftmg jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commlttee Basketball Track Leaders Athletlc Councll Football ah BRENT HARRIS AGRICULTURE Yearbook Club Officer Werght Llftmg jr Prom Comrruttee Sr Ball Commlttee F F A Track Baseball Football Archery Boy Scouts DAVID I-IO F E RT AGRICULTURE Rellgron F F A F F A CameraClub 'Ps ERNEST HUMEL COLLEGE ENTRANCE Club Offlcer Welght Lrftmg Rellgxon Wrestlmg F F A Track Baseball Intramurals Leaders Athletlc Councll ,415 avr 'E"Q,,' 1 P X If 4 , Q ' 0' 2,3,4 6 r ' ' ' 2,3,4 . ' 4 4-H 1,2,3,4 . . . 1,2,3,4 A A' 1.2,3 I 1,2,3 3 1,2,3 . . 1,2,3,4 fr ' 4 ' 4 . G gl X I . . . 1,2 . ' 4 4'H. . 2,3,4 . 2,3 Q L2 Baseball 2,3 f X ' " ' 12 3,4 xxx , 2,3,4 I 1 2 4 if , 4-H 1,2,3,4 'A - , If . . I 'N , , , 1,2,3,4 I wx, f rw ,W .XOY t bla L" ' L .J V MWJ f 4' ll A 'rkfjfwaffii Elf - N7 ,1 df A, ,twig W7 9 J f , K' A L44 - -41'Wj J 0'-vvtflf A 7 A99 GARY LOGAN COLLEGE ENTRANCE Swimming Club Officer Sr Ball Committee Religion Rifle Club Basketball Basketball Manager Baseball Intramurals ROSA LIND I LG S COLLEGE ENTRANCE Model Congress Yearbook jr. Prom Committee Religion G.A.A. Intramurals Chorus Leaders 1 4 4 3 1,3,4 2,3,4 3,4 1 3,4 LARRY LYONS tg, f ,,. , I, . ":"'i'v V rv , .5 PAUL LEVINS INDUSTRIAL ARTS Swimming Weight Lifting jr Prom Committee Sr Ball Committee Rifle Club Wrestling F F A Leaders Football HW SCIENCE W fm Yearbook if if jr Prom Committee ,L M! 'QS Club officer zip? K6 S Ball Commrttee Basketball F F A Track Baseball Leaders Athletic Council Football 2 N . . . 1,2 ,jf f ' - ' ' 2,3,4 L ' ' . . 3 2 . 0 4 Y Q I - ' 1,2,3,4 "fx 2 . 3,4 , 2 3,4 2, 3,4 3,4 ' . I I f I , g' I ' ,f 1. ' , 11' r.. ' was 'gf I I 4-H :off 14 dt . 'I ,, 7 g2, 3,4 . lf-. 'Aa - 1' . . . 1,2, 3,4 ' ' A ,fa 1,2,3,4 21 r it ff' 1,2,3,4 f- f 4, . I ' I ami L9 LAWRENCE MOORE ACADEMIC Swimming 1, 2, 3, A. V. Club 1,2,3, Yearbook jr. Prom Committee Sr. Ball Commlttee Art Club Religron fAME LIA PARISE lVU1'41'KL4U'LL Yearbook jr Prom Commrttee Relrglon Cheerleadmg F l-I A Leaders F HA Dlst Co Sec Club Offlcer '30 1oHN PAUTLER COLLEGE ENTRANCE Model Congress Yearbook Class Offrcer Welght Llftmg jr Prom Committee Sr Ball Committee Nat Honor Soclety Relrglon Basketball F F A Track Baseball ' 1 0 L ' ' ' f 1 . . ' Kp v Sr. Ball Committee 4 CNR' . . 1, 29 3 ' 2, 3, 4 f . . . 1, 2, 3, 4 N 3 0 0 of 0 o a u 3 X60 X, ' 3, 4 T fr P, f C CC N S G LORIA PHE LPS COLLEGE ENTRANCE BETTY Lou QUADE COMMERCIAL jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commlttee T? Rellgron F H A 2 Chorus +47 SHIRLEY REUBEN COMMERCIAL Sr Ball Commlttee '31 """s. MARLENE PORTER COMMERCIAL Yearbook Class Offrcer jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commrttee Rehgron F H A G A A Intramurals Chorus uv! J ' ' 2,4 ' , , , , 1, ,3,4 'Cy 4 I0 I 15- 1, 6:11 .. - f ' M .u . A L, WI! X Q . Q 1,2, L2, . ' 3 . ' 4 . ' 4 R, IN 4, N 'vs ,-4-5 MARJORIE ROGERS COMME RCIAL Swrmmrng Yearbook Typmg Edltor jr Prom Commxttee Sr Ball Commlttee Relrglon F H A F T A All County Chorus Chorus Leaders Nat Honor Soclety ff fx CHARLYN RHODES COLLEGE ENTRANCE Yearbook jr Prom Comrmttee Sr Ball Commlttee GWEN ROWCLIF FE COMMERCIAL Class Offrcer Sr Ball Comm1ttee F H A G A A Chorus .52 JOHN SANDERS AGRICULTURE A V Club Club Offlcer Rellglou F F A F F A Camera Club i 5 S ROBERT SCHILTZ ACADEMIC EVE RETT SHA F ER COLLEGE ENTRANCE Swlmmrng A V Club Club Offrcer Welght Llftrng Ir Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commrttee Basketball Track Baseball Leaders Athletrc Counc1l Football Relrglon 2 JUDITH STUMM COLLEGE ENTRANCE Nat Honor SOCISIY f'S rn Yearbook Class Offxcer Club Offlcer Cheerleadlng G A A Band All County Band All County Chorus All State Chorus Chorus Leaders U -an vi! 'Y JAMES SEWARD ACADEMIC Swlmm rug "" Yearbook Welght Llftlng jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commlttee Wrestlrng F F A Track Baseball Chorus Leaders Football -ar' ' Q SHIRLEY WIGHT COMMERCIA L Yearbook Class Offrcer jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commlttee Cheerleadrng F H A All County Chorus All State Chorus Chorus VIOLET WALKER HOMEMAKING Model Congress Jr Prom Commlttee Sr Ball Commrttee Rellgron F H A 2 Chorus sf, ff MARTIN WOZNIAK COLLEGE ENTRANCE Model Congress Nat Honor SOCICIIY A V Club Yearbook Club Offrcer jr Prom Commrttee Sr Ball Commrttee Rlfle Club Road e o STEVE WIKTORSKI IR AGRICULTURE Nat Honor Soclety Class Offlcer Club Offlcer Sr Ball Commrttee 'FH-5 Relrgron Basketball F F A Track Baseball Football County F F A Presldent H- lr 3 6' ' . ' 3 ' . ' 4 1- f 3 si I Q l 1, ,SYM af A I I 3 2 , X. by O TF U J V 4 ' 4 Q . ' 3 . ' 4 ' 2,3,4 . .-. . 3,3 Q.. 1,2,3 - 4 xr , I,2,3,4 . W Religion 1,2, 3 - . ' 4 A . 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' 4 I HOMEMAKING , A IUDITH WYSKO Sr Ball Commrttee Relrgron 2 F H A Chorus x Class Hrstor W M In 1945 a new group of studrous youngsters arrrved rn Mrs Week s lst grade These were Allen and Lee Garrgen john Glor Wayne Grefrath Emest Humel Larry Lyons Lawrence Moore john Sanders Steven Wrktorskr Davrd Hofert Patrrcra Bennett Beverly Bolz Elarne Bruggman Rosalrnd Ilg Amelra Parrse Marjorre Rogers Vrolet Walker and Shrrley Wrght In 2nd grade Everett Shafer Jorned our class when he moved here from Batavra Gary Goetz arrrved from Alden along wrth john Paulter and Judrth Stumm from Attrca rn 1947 In 4th grade Rrchard Hassett from Attrca Paul Levrns james Seward and Marlene Porter from Batavra and Dorrs Beal from Darren jorned our happy group Along came Dennrs Bralkowskr from Darren and Brent Harrrs from Attrca to make our year rn frfth grade a lrttle more excrtrng Batavra sent us judrth Frchthorn rn 1950 Then as we entered 7th grade Glorra Phelps Jorned us from Pavrlron and Sandra Glover came to us from Depew Arthur Crater from Warsaw and Charlyne Eddy from Attrca arrrved to enjoy our last year rn grade school wrth us Our frrst year rn hrgh school brought us Martrn Woznrak and Robert Fouchre who came to us from Darren judrth Wysko from Buffalo and Patrrcra Orr from Corfu Mrs Lloyd and Mr Kamrn ske were our class advrsors that year In our Sophomore year Krmberly Drew and Betty Lou Quade came from Attrca Gary Logan from Notre Dame School and Charlyn Rhodes from Clarence Durrng thrs year under the gurdance of Mrs Dayton and Mr Howard we earned money on our round and square dance and by sellrng greetrng cards Mrss Sullrvan and Mr Brdell gurded the same students through the eleventh year s actrvrtres Our Chrrstmas card sale and frsh supper were successful and at our junror Prom we crowned Mar lene Porter and john Glor as queen and krng At last we are Senrors! Wrllram Glatz and Robert Schrltz arrrved to take a post graduate course at A C S after havrng served rn the armed forces Shrrley Reuban also entered our class thrs year The followrng class offrcers were elected to oversee our undertakrngs for thrs year presrdent john Glor vrce presrdent Steven Wrktorskr recordrng secretary Shrrley Wrght cor respondrng secretary Marlene Porter class correspondent judrth Stumm treasurer Elarne Brugg man As usual Mr Demshaw and Mrs Austrn drd an excellent Job as class advrsors Much trme and effort went rnto the publrshrng of our yearbook and at our Snowball Beverly Bolz and Steven Wrktorskr were crowned queen and krng To frnance our trrp to Washrngton we sold magazrnes and held a round and square dance Now that we are comrng to the end of our twelve years of study and experrences we are lookrng forward to graduatrng and enterrng the world as well rnformed young crtrzens of our country 59 , . ' 4 1, ,3,4 . . . 2,3,4 've 2,3,4 A I1 x I + 0 a f ' ,. 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V W . aww'-v 5 Qf, Ku ' .4 1st Row 2nd Row 3rd Row umor Class Li A G Ahl D Lmcoln J Stevens G Dugan R Sprmg K Klossner R Wlktorskl G Mxller W Bowen T Feltham N Brown M Shattuck I Howard C Lloyd L Werner 4th Row C Waite B Hodge D Perluns S Dayton 5th Row I Tenney A Cathte D Trues dale 6th Row N Gr1ce Thts year the junior Class, wtth the help of our advtsors, Mrs Curttss an Mr Feltham, has undertaken several interestmg and profttable projects The year was started wrth a successful round and square dance, held October 19 1956 Early tn December we recerved our class rmgs Thrs year our class tnno vated a change whereby a standard style rmg was chosen whtch wtll be used by all classes rn the future In the past each jumor Class has chosen tts own style crest The offrcral crest for our class and all classes to follow wrll be a Trojan head wlth the word, Alexander, wrrtten across the bottom Another venture, whtch was very successful ftnanclally, was our Smorgasbord supper which was held january 28th Our frrst formal dance, held May 31st, proved to be a huge success The theme, Underwater Paradtse, was carrled out beauttfully. We are all looking forward to our Semor year wtth much enthustasm. Along wtth our varled activtttes, we wtll be mtroducing a forelgn exchange student as a new member of our class. 40 I v Q 'Q ilui I'--' , '11 , N, K' Sf V - 2- ' "" W Q11 A' ' ,L ' 'J A ' r JL, 1' X 'fp 4 .Q 1 f sv A ' -1 rf" x. , ls 4 'Ji ,. ' ff- v- IX .1 . , V .. 1 , w 1 , 6 E Q Y' m. r . . .' . . : . '. . , . ' : .D . . ' '. - ,EE : . , . ', . - I ' I ' I . . . . . . d f U . . , . . VU 1st Row M Smykowskl B Grrce, A Fouchre 2nd Row R Skokmak, R K1'USZ81I'1lCk1, F Lake 3rd Row L Roth D Phllllps S Staba, D Wagner 4th Row R Hayes, L Welker H Crater, P Gardner, N Nagel, D Smrth lW "y?f'fx Mia W M r"'Zf,?Q Q, 'amy rin ref- Miif W 41 Sophomore 1st Row G Bontraber R Kowalcyzk R Mc 2nd Row W Brggms J Foeller M Gohlke J fix .6 1 C ass Clellan K Lowell JZ.ak Dugan R Pope J Vt M -QR yr.,-A-f 6'-:qv ,., 91st R' iYPutney W Smrth S T1ede I Bad 13311 R schunk R shanuck rd Row D Lathan D Clfelle V Phelps Row D Scott C Retner P Osborne M 5th Row I Sharlow L Tharmsh J Yoder Row D Bartz V Myers E Rrckford bf' vUfV 1,7 aww lflb ,1l,VLM' ffQ Af L! J 1st Row 2nd Row Bounty B Bxggms D Drxon I Af K Hxrsch I Johnson K Helwrg s Kamrnskx Buyers B Iaster The 3CtiVlIleS of the Sophomore class this year were much the same as they have been rn past years Our flrst project of the year was the trlmmmg of the Christmas tree rn the lower hall just before Christmas vacatlon Our second actlvlty was the annual Sophomore dance which was held late in january T hrs was very successful Our thlrd and last actrvity for this year was the sellmg of cards and statlon ery Thrs campalgn started in February and ran untll the mlddle of April Our class advlsors for thrs year were Mrs Dayton and Mr Howard We have enjoyed thrs year very much and are now lookmg forward to next year d the ac uisit n our class rrngs fr WM Q zijigim GJ iam Wana M gif fmf ZX, l57lL2 Wrrght N.Balduf X 41:5 IVQ J ' MV A4 M a lf' M M WV,1fqq1'W7 K K9 rdf X' 43 Lvxhjpfl . JL' ff f.fLf?'L JL! . JW Aj! .x iv, X l 'I 5:1 '71 . 7 WW '13 if Ml , ,WL U - I r- 41 j A, yi Al H24 M .-Tl' fr al . J- ,ff L .F xx 1' . U D F ' W . -J Lf' - if -FV .1 : A' U l g' I ' l M ' . . . -, i I , . , - , f - I J ' M. .. WZ X- , N- f 'IV " by ' ' xfxiil ' ' 1 ,J ,S-7' F J, , 4 lf X 111 - I - ' , -lf . U if-' f ,ffl JI, , XF, LVULXV VL! A ' vb Vi. B 5. X I.. - LP g,w J by A J., K'-I5 'I LP. if f .!U'l' -1 -,' NJ .K 5 A- .LJ 3 LL N, - 'r ,' , - f 1 - fo W f f . .' 'x I ,,f' yi ' ' X15 ,V L, LW . . I Q U iq! QW if 1 w M nf W N ls L -1 fill xi J V ' A I i fx. V ' ily 1 Gi I ', I y ,ff I f' ff f Af' 4 . 1' I' Jjy-fzabg Z4 aff J fiff lsr Row T Pfalzer W Wood T Barry 2nd Row: P.G1or, H.A1wardt, I Good G 3rd Row C,Ba1duf, P Best, J.B1a1kowsk1 Freshmen Class 1st Row: J. Pfalzer, I. Richards 2nd Row: I. Kingston B.He11erman P 3rd Row R Post P Heale A Russel 4th Row P Gentner A Punches Helwig 'A' - ' lst Row C Nagel E Schrller R Wrckens D Wolf ley D Wllkenson 2nd Row C Nagel T Sheehan M Weldon M Srerk 3rd Row T Wlktorskt R Uptgrove 1st Row M Janes R Passage 2nd Row R Gumaer M Button T Fancher 3rd Row D Glatz P Bowen R Johnson 4th Row M Eddy S Flagg 7' 4-4 4th Row N Morse D Swartz E Spauld mg B Trlfthouser 5th Row Jlohnson J Spauldmg J Quade 6th Row G Merle JLloyd R rr '7th Row B Moore S Owens P Lyons 1 1 ' , 4 . 'Q ' . . , . , . x I . , . . 6 , . A IHII .x V n i 2 Y U . V 5 42 I - , a :D ' U. ' . . I . Q, l - , . ' 4 ' V : - o f ' l : . , . , 'K I - , , , : . . . 3 2 . 5 a - W' ' ' JN s I V X pk , 1 A - nv K A' 'lib' LU X" QU ,Jw 4 I . s. Q N, l ' I X -A 1, - ' , X ' I 1 V' ,f 3' 7 . K ' - ,I "3 ' - t " . , 4 5 '11 fl H - Y 1, L ,. A ' , X . A ' : . , . ' : . . . , . I . . . 3 n : . , . h '. 5, 1st Row R Passage I Cowre 3rd Row K Balduf D Dugan 2nd Row W Bruggman C D Ball Aberhamson J Ben 4th Row A Baker D Bon neu trager L Clark The class of 1960, under the advisorshlp of Mrs Glor and Mr Bidell be gan the year wlth a very successful round and square dance in February Our refreshments mcluded potato chrps, pop, sandwiches, ple and cake Later ln the year we sponsored a skatlng party whlch was held at Sllver Lake Our class has enjoyed thls year a great deal and IS lookrng forward to next year 45 L 'A as -'D' V 9, : . , . - L s . : . . . . 5 y . ' ' '- v n . - ' , ' . . . , . e ' ' L , . 'I V V ,M , f for Q u 9 ' Q I . Q SENIOR OFFICERS Left to R1ght I Stumm Class Correspondent Wrght Recording Secretary M Porter Corre spondmg Secretary J Glor Presldent E Brugg man Treasurer S Wrktorskl V1ce Presxdent SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Left to Rrght D Francher Secretary P Glor Treasurer J.Dugan Presrdent D. Scott-V1ce President S -JK i JUNIOR OFFICERS Left to Rxght G Ahl Presldent N Brown Re cordlng Secretary R W1kIOISk1 V1ce Presldent R Kruszelmckl Treasure N Gr1ce Correspond mg Secretary FRESHMAN OFFICERS Left to Rrght R Wrckens Treasurer J Lloyd V1ce Pres1dent E Schrller Secretary T W1k torski-President -eh.. 4 Q Class Ofhcers w- I, V' V E X T w X- pe , I Q.. L x Q gr L , 'Y Jv, u ? Q, l a 1 ' --me IN 51 Baby doll! Snap K 1 What's the motion? lb Q55 'ffl ,L-L -4' Sweet V1o1et Topsy Turvy Please Brent' Cheerleaders? in-w Semor Ball Royalty Y Le 4-1 Steve Good then too' Wow' X - -Eb--1 'C ,,,-"fu 2 O aff? Y I W ,, ,.,Hk P 1 'fm -ff . . V 1 'T--'sf' U. fi "r , , A r . . V' ' ni' .!!A",1 W Atl . rs -5- Hr 423 H.. ...XX Eighth Grade lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row L1 1, OVJL. lst Row D Rhodes R Pfal D Schenck R Jones G Geltner K Pope L Pautler D Perkms K Loveland T Pfalzer H Gxlhooly M Putney W Wohlschlaeger L Glor Q 4th Row zer F Phelps D Rhodes 2nd Row M Ostrander D Huff W Walker H Truesdell M Goodell t ftzsp' 5th Row 6th Row 'va-I i 44 Q lst Row H Petty D Howard H Goodman 2nd Row S Merrll R Wxktorskl N Smlth B Passage 3rd Row R Johncox R Woznlak M Smlth s Q6 4th Row J Worthmgton K Schuster 'VP' v 10 X '-. 14 M McEven P Shattuck 1Yo er P Mullet K De Muth B Anslo J Zetterberg l N' H' ." - : . ,. , . ' 'V - - --vfl,-,,N : . . . , . ' . : . , . :ig W ' 'K U5 ' VA ,J :Ja I Y fs ' , ' , I 'lx . fb tf'7'J'4 ,I LV' fy P ' ' 5 11,74 VJ. CK' D ' 1 L71 U' x , Y S X.l wa in . fl I 5 ' , A , - - , , f . - d : . , . if ' : . , . I ' I sh I lj I ' ' 3rd Row: R. Post, I. Waite, X - I ' ' . ,A-I 9- iv , if 2 ' ' ' f K: L 'X P 1. f N 3 . ., .2 . . 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I sf --1 Nl Robbrns R Heale G Barteau L Moore L Glover K Fox N Barre Roberts ICow1e C Wysko IMcNa1l I'Merr1ll JOrr C Jaslnskr Mrs Capwell Schunk L Ecker D Grxener R Muchard R Srerk R Button I Van De Walker W Lewls D Benton Wood D Green P Tenney R Loveland M Palmer J Hassett McEwen S Strong H Kruszenrckr B McCumber L Wrllard Mrs Klossner Hurnel M Brrdge S Schunk S Baker D Plowe G Phelps R Austtn M Tharmsh G Wrckrns Smlth S Kelly 111' 1' c K 51 Y' v-Nw X I 56 Grade X1 LX I 'Ed CW Eglin an... lst Row R Jaegar J Orr M Brxdge I Green B Heale G Punches T Zak 2nd Row K Kausner S Palmer C Jones F Pfalzer D Rlchert J Kmgston L Eddy Mrs Stoll 3rd Row R Phelps C PICICC M Kuch G Ch11dS G Burch I Balduf J Wllson C Mmgle Absent I Ahl N Nowatka Bly 3 f'5f-X 1 'V' 'Nev If scuum ' BAND f X ff Ba 1 ' ,,,..-- 1,11 3 ' T -'..-f L..f 2 M ,, Qi '12 12' 57 - , , ga 'C V ,G . I ' ','.,. ., f , ' at V - n ' I ' . xx . 4 5 , . . l 'Li x 1s A 4'-,Q3 ji? 5 . 's -A .' A AY- , .. 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M T H- Z Pl 3 f' z 6 E' D 'ri-,,,T:i4f 59 1 .2 i i lst Row IPost L Truesdell M Burns D Hellerrnan L Goddell D Baker Mrs Porter 2nd Row D Grrswold I Schmrdt K Truesdell S Talbot B Snyder D Taylor D Cook lst Row H Mask, L Cone T Whrte C Barer L Fox L Hartnck I Campbell ...J-Ai g D Alband 2nd Row K Demshaw P Rogers M Wrktorskr C TydS1Sk1 C Trede, I Scott S Rrder I VanBuren M Scharr S Ste famak 3rd Row D Green B L Darch W Judkms I E111s S A Putney B Acomb Mrs Ford V Cathn N Fallete R Rembas R Shepard R Kadar l bi .1 fm ,Tx TJ -H , X' J W, 'V 4 i K 'P . .- lf A I 'qu L' K x Q ' Rt.,- V -bv A - 1 3 Q 4 ' g A - - N-H 1 w 7 ax yi M" X y , Q 8 . xg. v 8 . .in I WRX' 1 A ' - , D . - " 4 . L :L U i N 1 ' ' , I H ' xv iv' I if X X . ,Y T , 'f 5' 'x ,' L , 51 f . fx, ' 2 XY -J, ,Y 'vp Q -fs T f 2 . , . , . I. .J : ' '., . .' ' - I ' I I ' I . .- ,...- , - , . , - . p - p - - 9 - " Q ' '1 if sffbi A xl A. ,N 1 E A K 1 Q EJ Q . .1 1 3 , ' ', 'r f ' so 4 gg , i af " . 1 'Q . tr 1 , , ,Y v A . 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IP' W, 1 " - , A 1 - . 5, XFX ,X lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Absent lst Row 2nd Row Absent Third ii D M Yoder L Smlth T Donovan D Lapp D Schmleder I Glor M Ford S Garrett P Stroh S Wegarskr J Schmldt V Chap1n M Boundy M Mrller Mrs Norton R Fulton C Harrrngton IDarch W Sprrng R Ostberg C Rogers D Kendall R Punches I Latko D Cook P Best M Johnson N I-lellerman Mrs Stamp S Wrllrams L Abrahamsen K Green J Lennon A Prescott C Wrlson J Bromley G Covert 'rw Muff' Hwy? ......L.....Q ..7....... 67 5.x 4 , XI f it V ' lc ' " M J - P - ., f if . - A - - i 1 J V ,,n,. 1 , , ' . I t ' vi ,lf - - - ' - - QV, V , J ,V , sf K J , ,., fp- ix, J X-Qxqf,i ,- A AM X V ' x . : . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , . : . , . , . ', . ' , . ' , . , . ' : . , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . : . , . , . , . . . , . : . . . , . , . , . , . ' , . V 3 A nt., M-, nl. M. ,., Vt . W ' 1 R 'Sf , . , A Q. jf 4 P j z i 4 ' : H v in . .W 6 V M HM I 3 as , Q f .. 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' X L ' - T' 'Zn X - 1- 1 5 t A V ' .N 1' ' ,gig , I M ,i D it X Grade ul., lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Absent lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Absent R Ferns D D1shaw G Trmm G Hofmann H Jones R Goodman S All1son J Bruggman C Walte B Moore C Temple A Benton B Glrck M Yoder W Pawelskl P AHIOHUCC1 S Taylor I Rhodes Mrss Laramy R Eddy D Goodman Z Dery T Mane H Phelps W Kopper G Wolcott D Bartz G Jaeger T Garrgen D Schmrlt P Sprmg L Merkle C Smlrh J Loveland D Dewey D Wrlkmson A Straub B Srlvernall B Smlth F Snell Mrs Capwell fsubstrtutej I Murphy E Zak C Mmgle I Mldkrff T Frsher E McEwen G Bertz nv' 'X lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row Absent lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row D Hodgtns C Acornb B Colton C Schuster R Selersen J Greco B Goodman V Phelps C Merkle L Cawte B Hahn K Kxlly Mrs Baker P Lewts D Hrnz W Meyer L Strong W Ellrs D Kelsey W Rogers A Russell D McKenz1e R Ireland A Pawelskt M Warren I Garrett S Huff I Kruszelmckr R Mrx S Hargraves K Lewxs D Angel L Good J Cook R Merrxll R Muchard D Plowe D R1chert V Sprrng B Sprmg Mrs Tlmm V Lewrs K Grade 1st Row K Koester D Perklns D Dart G Wells D Jensen 2nd Row B Cramer D Allrson E Cone B Nonengard C Mallrszewskr K Kausner R Cramer 3rd Row K Garrett R Ryan D Burnell L Breckenrrdge C Bartz D Grrnnel B Ball R Moore E Ruge H Bouton JSnyder Mrs Crocker o""g FX 5 O . ki., WJ 1. 65 0 A 0 -1 .V , Jr f I f ' Q' g , 1 A if hd' U' 1 V xx-Y ' U Z 1 rf T" 'C N' pa Q -1 - " 'k-T A ,f S-if it 9 ' X .., 5' f V 6 gg f 4 V -,- 0 1. ,L S 7 7 ' Q. - L X lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row tl Grade L...f M, lst Row B Tlmm I Smlth G Rrch H Phrllms R Meyer R Hampton 3rd Row S Weglarskr W Brmkman G Wysko Mrs Ewell W Dewey D Taylor E M dkrff K Zajaczkowskr I Wagner lst Row J Johnson E Dart L Smrth D Harrrngton L Burgess D Talbot 2nd Row Mrs Roth F Swlngle D Toal A Murphy W Wrllard C Helnrlch I Stamp 3rd Row J Norton C Blum B Garrgen L Iudkrns I Hrscutt A Leaton I Schmrdt J Colantonro 0 ...4 67 WEAR WHITE AFTER DARK .D N x AA V' I - Q - N . rf' M, -. of -- I., to r,r., ' , :MV r u I . 9 , Y , : Q .. vi ' A N Q - , My nfs!! A f fy , , L . .A 1 M I M. M M C ' Q Q "Q, ' l' K I , s rp I VA., ' fr all 2nd Roxy: B:Scott, 'P.Meyers', D'.Hegge,'G.Fite, G..Merri1,.I.L3arrie, N.Waite, P, Garrett ' A I M L Q V r .., , bf I N 1 Q 5 1 P' I . , M W 1 , 0 V - A 4 , L - , L, I Q v - - 5 . Q ' V X - K I I ' L ' , ' ' 'J 'Q s ' , , 4 A ' , Q ' ' 1 - ' u , Y - bi Q.- :A J ' 5 3 , LAK I ,' Q 7 , , 2 I-X u . L 2, K Kinder if I' lst Row B Judkms L Warte P Srlvernarl K Ecker G Grxswolcl K Zehler R Merlll J Pfalzer 2nd Row C Orr W Frltts S Glrck C Marquart C Latko A Swrneford J Van Buren B Goodell 3rd Row Mrs Cacner L Moore J Long R Kruszelnrckr R Cook K R1ch L Rogers F Garret lst Row D Johnson N Green B Krrner J Wells M Daugherty C Baggs 2nd Row D Hodgrns C Johnson S Acquard H Freeman M Moscrck R Bears D K11by K Phelps 3rd Row C Krauss S Schm1eder P Ralnes D Pawlak Mrs Pask D K1S161 M Hamrlton JSkoted1s C Ireland J Bruton nsq FN ffr,,r 15' 'K A fb 4 . ' gl . 4 f fx X ' 9 P , ' 5. 4 I r I .K .' , , -5 2, A ,t .5 N in I I L , of F lf, ' 14 r' ' B I 4 -4 , 1 ' rv' ' , ' ku' L v C 1 J.. N . rw - h, u My X ' I 5 0' ' A ' A4 ' ' " 1 'L I A Q V M 2 w U Q 3' - Q 1' F ' L f f . ' J. - J A -. xg 4 .tw , -f f K ' ,-4 sr' . - I I V 5 , E S l fs "Q I 49 ll 4 I . 1 1 I . ," ' . ' ifx ll, 1 , -li I M 1 4 1 '1 Q. .I . . 1 ,t.,,..v A L JN lu. Y I' , , 'H g3I'lIC1'1 lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row limi i G Post A Rosemark V Schenck M Wxlhams A Cramer G Glrck R Rooney R Colantomo C Stroh S Blake K Hartrrck N Brustman L Fox E Donovan N Ilg E VVIISOH R Wrllard R Krtamk J Rlder D Frsher L Smuh B Bouton G Foeller Mrs Watson D Best J Falletta J Dzrerzanowskr L Ryan J Llppold D Worthmgton D Rugals S Gruka B Dewwy A Hebel J Dommrak N Nonnengard V Morse E Schrller Mrss Werner G Angel R M111er L Knower N Hrscutt L Dery M Brown M Ewell K Drshaw 4' 0 5 'fy PQ-4 .QXX swf' 4 ff? 'z X 1 1 v ,ff 5, ,-,MA fl .mg in fm i L-'ibm W b- 'Q -"5 li' ' -K 1 52. if .v.x bl, S-al' . . , w 'Af-gyf , N R. ' .ffl 1f:l521w? 'QSJNT-5 173 L i -Q, .xi , . .x,,. ,.. px .W 4-N 'A . . ,A . . 4 ., fx. - . 7 I - X nf .+ " w y ' -1 M 'x":'c1Lf' " fe - . . 'I- w Q . Q' wks . l i nw- :Q ses Q , 11 4'-Yr . 4+ 4- ..-9 --rw---, ..,,. -2, 5 - . - yy' ,V , Al' . lx v AQL34 - . .:' We.. ' J s ' - 5533 ftgfy. n.,,R,, I' I' "L, 12' 'Q Q., , v Y mf, . if "kv v- 4 Qs, , . x,.,- , M -1 ,J-' -Rf' . W! .I ,Q-0-6LLtLCfQV7U Cheerleaders W M M me uiffl ff!1,fufJ Xfqf ' Lfflflflff AVO' bw W' df! I fully completed new unrforms 1st Row J Shar low E Schiller M Symkowskl P Breton C Nagel W Smrth 2nd Row R Kru zelnrckr J Dugan lst Row fverncallyj J Dugan P Bennett S Dayton I Stumm 2nd Row R Kruzelmckr B Hodge A Pause 3rd Row L Werner E Brugg man 4th Row S Wrght The cheerleaders, who were chosen by the student body tn November have done an outstandrng job rn boosting the moral of the team members and have taught the students many new cheers and chants Using the money that the classes and school organizatrons contrrhuted they bought materral and success Y 3rd Row S Day ton B Hodge S Wrght I Stumm A Parrse E Brugg man P Bennett L Werner I- GAA 1st Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row 5th Row LLM! Thrs has been a prosperous year for the G A A Under the guidance of Mlss Chlocco, we have won three out of flve basketball games and three out of four hockey games Our best players were sent to two annual Tr1 County meets, a basketball sportsday and a hockey sportsday The hockey sportsday proved to be very excrtmg when Encte Nagel was chosen for the All Star Team Out school played host to a Trl County coed dance nrght 1n the begrnmng of the year To earn extra money the G A A held a Sock Hop 1n the fall whrch was very profttable All semors recerve a G A A pm rf they have attended the ma jorrty of the meetmgs and have partrclpated rn G A A at least two years Each member IS workrng hard to get her 550 pornts, at whtch trme she wrll recerve a speclal award The followlng offrcers were elected Presrdent Judy Stumm, Vlce Presldent Sally Dayton, Treasurer Prlscrlla Gardner, Secretary Dons Beal I Aicllbhf JU, if T ,rf 3 if' W VN WVM I 4 ff P Orryg l-leale S Flagg I5 yons M Symkowskr S Owens J Dugan N Gr1ce M Golhe J Bralkowskr C Bontrager K Morse B Bauer B Moore P Gardner K Balduf P He1w1g P Genter C Nagel B Hodge H Crater S Domrmck C Abrahamson S Cook D Ball J Tenney J Frcht horn G Merle D Dlxon S Dayton R Ilg B Bxgglns A FOUCDIS V Phelps P Buyers P Breton G Rowclrffe V Myers E Schrller L Werner P Bowen Mrss Chocco C Lloyd M Boundy D Perkrns J Klngston S Glover J Spauldmg E Nagel S Tlede J Quade J Bennett N Brown B Jaster L Roth I Stum W S -QM '55- .eq 1? Boy Leaders lil writ" by M, ,ff 1st Row I Rrchert T Wrktorskr B Trrfthauser I Fancher ,mfr 00143 2nd Row S W1kIOISk1 L Lyons E Shafer I Glor P Glor T Feltham Coach Daugherty 3rd Row E Brggrns G Ahl B Fouchre E Humel N Bartz D Fancher G Myers M Rob brns D Townsend 4th Row D Wolfley S Staba R Bartz A Klrch N Grerner D Wagner R Hassett H Krrch Absent L Garrgen J Seward P Levrns The leaders club serves as an integral part of the school Physical Educatron program This group has a definite part rn the organization of the Physical Educatron program and in the teachrng of skllls to the slower students of the regular gym classes, through group work It is through group work type actwtties in gym class that many of the Democratic principals of loyalty, self control, cooperation, mrtlative and a sense of Justtce and farr play are established as habits and attttudes so necessary to good citizenship The development of leadershlp qualitres necessary to democratlc llvmg are brought about by the practlcal experlences each boy has rn actmg as group mstructors, umplre, referee, scorer and timer Offrcers elected this year Presldent Everett Shafer V Presldent john Glor Secretary Paul Glor Treasurer Larry Lyons 74 1. 5 F- 'Q' ,, n L ' ,wer ,X J 'N Y he .- f- 0 1' H L- - l 1 1 - " ' - Q , 6 y I . f . , , V . ,. W : 2 .q 1, . v ' Q ' 1 ' ,A 'V , 4 I t f 4 .Q " f " ' st "5 C Lk ,nf Q . s t N ,X V ' ,V 5, ' , I N W me 'AE K S ' Q Q Q - " 5 , ' ' Nl gf. ,rv ' 1 XA I-' 1- xi "" -1 a .J - ...t f. 'Q 14 ff .kk 'J ' f ,IN ' . xg N X ,- 2 . I , . . l, . ' , . : . . . , . , . , . , . , : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . : . . . . . , . ' , . ' , . , . , I . g Q , . I . . L S P . . QQ y . . . s'f f . 9 W . . . fi I - r Girls, Leaders The girls leaders club started off the year wlth 26 new members Every Monday nlght the grrls meet for two hours and learn to as srst IH the dlrectlon of gym classes The grrls have had the opportunrty to be rnstructed on all the apparatus made avallable by the school thus enabling them to develop leader shrp abrlity rn physrcal actrvrties With the help of the girls leaders, a physl cal education testmg program was introduced by Mlss Ch1OCCO rn the hrgh school gym classes The followmg are the leaders club offlcers Presrdent Sally Dayton V Presldent Dons Beal Sec Treas Jackle Dugan The grrls are chosen on the basls of scholastlc average, wrllingness to cooperate de pendability, enthuslasm, responsrbillty and the abrllty to get along well with others The girls have shown therr leadershrp throughout the year R! 'I 1 t Row J Dugan P Orr S Owens B Bauer M Symkowskr 2nc Row K Balduf G Merle S Domrnrck P Bennett P He1w1g P Gentner M Eddy MISS Ch1occo 3rd Row C Nagel P Breton R Ilg B Blggms A Fouchle C Abrahamson S Cooke 4th Row E Schrller L Werner C Eddy D Perkms JSrumm L Roth J Kingston P Os borne S Dayton Absent Dons Beal '70 ' 7 , - . , .. O . . - . O- I- . , .. ' I . a, 1 ,X 0. - .V A, .- X , -'- ? ur 4 p . X if rf- n f ' V N I EY - a 5, , , . ' Q' .' 1 4 L V' fb-. 4 ,. "' -I K I 9x V,-. , . . T , f f . , ' . l f EQ ' ' . , K , - 4 M- 4, , - , 'er t: "' ' 4 5- " 1- P' N. ,, M.. W X I Q I ,ms-, J f D76 , ky .v -lv ' T , , I 4' W r n ,KV y 1 NY' ! - 3 : . , . , . , . , . ' , . . . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , I . , . , . , . ' ' , . ' , . , . : . , . , . , . . . , . , . ' , . - , . The leaders club in its fourth year of activity has es tablished and conducted many activities which have become a traditional part of our physi cal program Among these ac tivities are CU the annual gym show C21 the annual class da activities C35 the sports ban quet held every spring for the purpose of making interscho- lastic team letter awards Q41 the senior faculty basketball game for the benefit of the March of Dimes ... TL Membership in the new athletic council organized this year for the purpose of formulating and debating is sues concerning athletic eli gibility consists of four fac ulty members and six student representatives Represen tatrves from the leaders or ganization who served on the athletic council this first year are Everett Shafer, Larry Lyons, John Glor Dick Hassett Norman Greiner and Paul Glor We hope that next year can be as successful as 1957 has J been ff'- Leadersi Activities H1 toncal Clubs 'C' O 1 I The Alexander Rhea Chapter vrsrted Old Fort Nragara, Fort George the Brock Monument S1te and Nragara Falls rn the fall, and also has toured the George Eastman House, the Rochester Museum of Arts and Scrences, and the jello Company A Chrlstmas Smorgasbord supper, and scenes from Chrlstmas Customs from Many Lands were enjoyed by the members and then parents Bake sales, candy sales, and a movle contnbuted money for attendmg the State Conventron at Lake Placrd Offrcers are Pres Pat Smrth, V Pres Sally Rrder, Sec Sharon Wolfley Treas Charles Dayton The HISIOIY Drggers mam project has been the museum, whrch strll has not been completed They also have had two movres to ralse money for the conventlon Trrps to the Vlllage Hall the Museum, the Cannlng Factory Hrllsrde Manslon, and the Hrstorlcal burldmg rn Wyommg, plus those trrps that the Rhea Chapter have been on, comprrse therr 56 57 agenda I tl 39' ,W Q, 77 lst Row J Yoder G Phrllrps J Frchthorn R Robbms A Ja roszek D Beechler R Bennett 2nd Row C Schuster C Wxl hams C Dayton S Wolfley Mrs Hrllman P Smxth S Rrder R Amedrck S Murphy M Walte 3rd Row N Post B Tlede D Alwardt D Whxte R Fulton H Lapp M Roberts T Darch D Bane R Reed I Gumaer K Hahn M Dart J Clenden on P Ellrs S Hellerman 4th Row D Foster F Rlck ford K Pope M Staba L Pautler M Van De Bogart M Putney K Henry W Nolfley B Mmgle K Love land J Howe D Perkms M MZICOHI L Stamp C Wood G Neth 5th Row R Wllkrnson N Smxth M Ostrander D Ab rahamson P Baker S Mer r111 S Dlxon S Sprrng M Szymkowrak G Schoenthal S Scott C Flagg R Heller man E Hodge R Post I Mrller D Lewxs M Goetz JJ WEP J U Z 1 Row JR1cherr B Trrfthauser C Nagel 2nd Row G Merle IFoel ler Mrs Glor D Dlxon M Golhke J Lloyd 3rd Row S Tlede T Wrktorskr D Swartz S Cook P Getner 4th Row C Rerner B Jaster Z Putney R Gumaer M Bounty M Janes E Rlckford M Srerk W Smrth Y 'for lst Row ITenny Mrs Curtiss B Bauer S Tiede 2nd Row P Getner B Grice K Morris S Owens M Symkowski A Kirch S Dominick 3rd Row D Smith R Skornxak J Bennett A Fouchie M Golhke P Bretan C Waite A V Club df This year the F T A has continued its usual work of helping the teachers Most ofthe work is done in the grades, but the club has also worked with the junior High and High School teachers They earned money through their fudge sales, and from this, they contributed toward the cheerleaders new uniforms, and bought F T A pins for the members The offi cers are Pres J Ficht, V Pres B Bauer, Sec J Tenney Treas S Ttede At the beginning of the year, the Audio Visual Club, under the leadership of Mrs Fritts, elected officers for the first time They are as follows Pres -RobertPassage, V Pres David Schenck, Sec Treas -Robert Barrie A movie proved most suc- cessful in raising money to buy our club pins, and this year we have already held two record hops for the seventh and eighth grades with no ad- mission charged. A record player and a new filmstrip ma- chine were purchased by the school to aid in our audio-vis- ual program. Each member Seated: T.Berry, B.Trifthauser, D.White, J.Fichthorn, D.Alwardt, R. Robbins, C. Dayton, W. Wight learns to operate all equipment lst Row: R. Post, I.C1endenon, W. Beechler, N. Morse, S.Spring, R. Barie, D. Schenck, R.Passage, M.Waite, B.Bolz in order to aid the teachers in use of their audio apparatus . 2nd Row: K. Hahn, M. Goetz, E. Pfalzer, S. Glover, P. Glor, R. Hinz, R. Wilkon- son, D.Cat1in, B.Biggins, M.Schunk, B.Ming1e 3rd Row: G. Goetz, E.Shafer, R. Hassett, M.Sierk, L.Moore, E.Rickford, R. Pfalzer, T. Pfalzer, D. Rhodes, R. Brown, M. Boundy 4th Row: M.Capwell, W,Wood, M.Phe1ps, M.Weldon, R.Richford, S.Wo1f'1ey, D. Rhodes, A,Cathie, D.Wi1kinson, D. Scott Instructor: Mrs. Fritts FHA. X I Our first project this year was our annual round and square dance held from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. This proved to be very profitable, and many junior high students enjoyed the change in time . The joint Christmas Banquet held with the boys of F.F,A. was as successful and enjoy able as ever. Pat Bennett was chosen Chapter Sweetheart. Girls from six schools in Genesee County attended the Sweetheart Clinic held here on Val entrne s Day Everyone seemed to enjoy rt and much valuable information was acquired Everyone rn the club seems to enjoy the fun and secrecy of our secret pals Small presents and cards are given throughout the year with our names being revealed in May The following officers were elected President Amelia Parrse V President Chandlee Lloyd Secretary Sally Dayton Treasurer judy Frchthom 1737 Qhnfaoo 1,6 0REHUMEMAk S AMENC lst Row R Kruzelmckr P Best I Bralkowskr K Morrrs J Yoder P Heale S Flagg B Bauer 2nd Row 1 Spaulding M Hatch V Myers C Lloyd Mrs Lloyd A Pause S Dayton B Hellerman P Bennett G Phelps 3rd Row M Rogers L Roth V Walker L Tharnlsh B Bolz G Rowcliffe I Bennett J Quade D Swartz E Spauldmg M Porter M Boundy 19 n 'Y .- , ... 4: . . -D . , . . . . . . - 'lf x H. s , 1 ,. fy 2, ' - I . -' - 'Q X V I X , Q j bi . A ,E 4 Q ' . f s fs T L if A e ' - ' ' ' 'C L an R A ' ' t aw' I 30 4 . 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I ., . , . , A, . h , . , - , . , . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . ,- FFA 'ff' I--... -Aafie-X Seated Qfloorj L Clark A Baker lst Row S Wrktorskr B Hrrsch Mr Meter Mr Gardrner JSanders G Myers W Grefrath A Garrgan 2nd Row R Post R Johnson W Bruggman J Burroughs J Zak T Wrktorskr W Dugan W Wood D Town send G Jewell Vl Weldon 3rd Row H Krrch E Snyder R Bartz D Goodell K Helwrg M Srerk H Alwardt R Fouchle E Brggrns J Kryman L Lyons D Hofert 4th Row M Robbrns D Bartz D Gohlke R Passage T Phalzer M Capwell B Harrrs G Good N Bartz R Statler A Kamrnslu S Johnson Absent J Sheehan T Mersner G Wrlght It has become an annual custom to hold a Chrrstmas party wlth the F H A grrls After drnner, entertalnment was provrded by the mem bers A chapter Sweetheart jacketwas present ed to Patrrcta Ben nett Each year a grrl rs elected by the F F A boys for thrs award Z The followrng offrcers were elected for the year 1956 57 They are seated Wayne Grefrath, Secretary Glenn Myers, V Presrdent John Sanders, Presrdent, B111 Htrsch, Treasurer. Standrng, Steve Wrktorskr, Reporter, Mr. Ralph Gardrner, Advisor, Allen Garlgen, Sentmel. Steve and Wayne were also elected Genesee County Pres rdent and Secretary respectrvely. 80 Q X 2 -h .f f .C X J J A J lf f L E . L ' ' ' ra f . , v' Z 'A . N -T A - 1. V v- -' V :. 'f-f I i . A Q l D .4 v t I . l . I I O- I ' C I . Q . . ' 1 ' - 1 At our erghteenth annual Father and Son Banquet .4-n The Photography Club IS an active sub sldrary of the F F A The members gam mstructtonal and practrcal experlence rn taklng developmg and prlntmg good plc tures George Sprmg a former Alexander student and an honorary F F A member IS the mstructor MH flf The F F A holds a regular meetlng on the thrrd Wednesday evenmg of each month At each meetlng we have a busmess ses sron refreshments and a recre atxon perlod rn the gyrnnasrum Thls year our chapter placed flrst rn the County Chapter Meetlng Contest and the County F F A Speakrng Contest the members partrclpated rn a pageant portraylng the hlstory and exempllfylng the prmclples of the Future PM Farmers of Amerlca The jumor F F A was orgamzed to grve the Freshman and Sophomore boys practical experience in Leadershlp and Parlramentary Procedure The offlcers for the year 1956 57 are as follows B111 Hlrsch Presldent Tom W1ktOYSkl V Presrdent JIITI Zak, Secretary Harold Klrch Treasurer Martln Slerk Report er B1l1Brugg'man Sentinel and Mr Rrch ard Merer Advrsor H1 V --fi 4 . . . . A i Y 5 . - - - - " I ' Fi, - 'nl N wx. " " A , ' ' . . . . . . . 1 . n p n C' . ' . . . . . '59 , 9 s ' .. it-. .3 ' I r 1 9 Y ,W . . . , f ,fl , . . A ' F I - 33 X . , , - f . , .I 01 ,- , ' v J ' ' V f 5 - . L , ' ' L' J 0 0 0 I I . 1 , I . ' . . , I V . 3 ' I ,Q K , . u 1 n X 'I u 9 . Q . ' 2 - 4 f . . . ' ' r r t ' 1 Q 9 ' I s - 7 n Q 0 A "-" Q D v v " Q 6 u o u ' . um '1 '1 81 Trojan Staff The publication of the yearbook was undertaken with zeal by the seniors early in the year. Pictures had to be taken, Writeups had to be composed, corrected and rewrit- ten, and the pages had to be arranged in proper sequence for submission to the pub- lishers . With the last deadline date impending, they worked feverishly at last-min- ute details. With the copy at the publishers, the group finally relaxed, with crossed fingers, to await the final test of their efforts--the school's reaction. This fine group of hard-working seniors is to be commended for its outstanding work on the 1957 edition of the "Trojan." Seated M Porter L Moore E Bruggman I Stumm R Hassett I Glor N Gnce 82 Standing: C,.Rhodes., L.. Welker, B.Grice, Z.Putney, G.Geitner, S.Wight, D.Linco1n, H.Crater, R. llg, I.Fichthorn, P.Orr anonal Honor Soc1ety E Seated D Lmcoln S Dayton I Stumm N Gnce Standmg I Flchthorn Z Pumey C Lloyd B Jaster P Glor Absent B Bolz M Wozmak The purpose of the Natronal Honor Soclety IS to recognrze those students who excel rn the flelds of scholarshlp leadershlp character and servlce Through out the year members of the chapter have been avarlable for tutormg any student IH hlgh school who has needed extra help rn hrs studles Through the efforts of the group a school vaudevllle show was presented to rarse funds for a forelgn stu dent exchange program Proceeds from a banquet served to the I-Iolstem Fresran Assocratlon were used to carry on chapter actrvrtles In Aprll a candle lrght ser vice was held rn which the probatlonary members received therr prns and twelve new members were lnducted They are Semors Marjorie Rogers john Pautler and Steven WlktOfSk1 jumors Gllbert Ahl Prlscllla Gardner and Norma Brown Sophomores Judy Foeller Sandra Tlede and Carol Rrener Freshmen Martm Slerk john Spink and Conme Nagel The Soclety s offrcers are Presldent Martln Woznlak V Presldent Sally Dayton Secretary Judy Stumm Treasurer Donald Lmcoln 83 o o ---ef - V LQ - f". kin ' wr- f. ' - 1 ,za e: '- Ag 7-4 'K 1' , V 1 M . ur' 1 ,G : i 3, C ,, 1 1. 'v I t 4, 5:1 - gf, I L 'NR' 5 , "', r , ' 3 1 f ,, 4' 4' N5 V .... ' 43 . . , QI 1 ',, ' -" f .4O. I, 4? K -VL, , : . ' , . , . , . ' : . , . , . , . , . I . , . 1 1 1 - ' . , - . .. . - - 1 . . . . . U 5 , . .. . . . . . . 1 - 1 1 O ' ' I I I . , , . , O . , . . . .. uny- Alto clarinet J Stumm Alto saxaphone W Grefrath N Grice R Burroughs D White Baritone horn M Srerk Baritone saxaphone C Lloyd Bassoon S Cathie Clarinet- B uggm n Hatch Knower Neth Clarinet fcontinuedj S Scott D Schenck E Schiller L Werner G W1ck1ns Comet D Bartz R Barre Flute I L oyd P Gardner French horn . Loveland . Szymkowiak Staba Oboe. . Dayton Percussion G Goetz E Hodge Sousaphone W Smith D Scott Tenor saxaphone N Brown Trombone R Srerk C. Dayton P Hahn Trumpet: Feltham A Pope Wolfley In the fall, the band made its annual trip to the Kleinhans Music Hall to hear the Marine Band Concert The children of the Batavia Children s Home enjoyed the Christ- mas concert given by the Senior Band in December. During the bas- ketball season, the band entertained between the games with musi- cal selections. Members of the band attended both the County Music Festival in Batavia and the All-State Music Festival in Medina. The Spring Concert was held on May 29th with all musical organizations parti- cipating. 84 , ng, , - r - K I y ' i --5i""9N.. . g i. , B.. Hodge , : .z 1 . ' : , 0 K 2 . E. r a M T. M, M. G. hl , ' R. E, S D. Alto saxaphone Fulton Kendall Plowe Srerk Whrte Barrtone T Lloyd Clarmet Gumear K Temple Coronet E Ford Kowalczyk Wxght Flute Palmer Percussion Bounty Catlm Loveland Trombone R Johncox Q umor Band Trumpet A Barteau Ford McMahon Spmk So I R. , D. A. D. W. ' A. ' , T. ' M, . ' M- J. m D. ' G, ' : H. D, P. Biggins D. VanDebogard H, Lapp I. : M. . . J, ' an fi Z, 1' '.,' M f" - ,J ? T. K V Chorus High SchoolChorus is made up of56 members who meet twice a week to sing three and four part music. Judy Stumm, Lou Ann Roth, Priscilla Gardner, Shirley Wight and Wayne Grefrath rep- resented our school at Medina in November for the Sectional All- State Music Festival. Wayne also was chosen to sing in the select high school chorus at the State Music Teachers' Convention at Syracuse. At Christmas time, the entire group presented a pro- gram of Christmas music for the P,T, A. and the entire school. Accompanying the singing were slides of the Christmas Story posed by the members of the chorus. In April, an assembly pro- gram was presented for the high school and the group participated in the County Music Festival at Batavia The month of May found this group along with school instrumental organizations pre senting its annual Spring concert The chorus elected the following officers President John Glor V President Elaine Bruggman Secretary Judy Stumm Treasurer Wayne Grefrath kg- Mm GFS IL!! imc! if 414,41-af' lst Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row L S Judkins Bennett K Balduf C ontragel-jQp"J Ni Hatch J Yoder P Lyons B Moore B Grice P Gardner G Phelps J Lloyd Mrs Rudolph M Breton J Tenney A Fouchie E Schiller W Smith D Scott A Russell P Bowen B Hodge G Geitner H Crater B Hel lerman G Lrchti J Quade N Brown S Wight G Bomtrager A Cathre E Humel Z Putney E Bruggman D Swartz L Werner G Rowcliffe D Perkins B Jaster L Roth M Rogers XX Grefrath R Wrckrns K Helwig W Hlrch E Rrckford J Glor J Stumm Ni Porter J Howard J Kingston . . 2 . - K t , , W ,, . K it L 4 2 , ,7 , ,n f 7, Q1 gn L ' ' C lg S1 1 ldgfgflf 4 -V -N X r ', Q Z ,Mud wif! I 1 tuax 1' c1!Lx sf --Uffi W f I Egg gi fgt.. , 6 c ,J : - J . , . , . , . , A ' I ' I ' ' 0 ' n 4 . ' I Q c ' 1 : ' l - l - u - . , r ' l ' I ' l l ' 1 . X5 I - s - , - , . ' J U , ' ' - I ' o - I - , . I ' I I p 1 F : . , . , . , . , ', 1 - Q - u ' p . , f , . ,A . , . ' , 1 F ' A .1- Partrclpants rn the Genesee COUDIYMUSIC Festrval Mass Chorus whrch was held rn Batavra v sw...-K Genesee Memorral Hospital Scholarshrps for Regrstered Nurses and Practrcal Nurses were won by Judy Stumm and Vxolet Walker respect rvely Judy Frchthorn ach 1eved hrgh ratmg rn the Natronal Merrt Scholarshrp Program and won the New York State Scholarshlp VALEDICTORIAN Judy Flchthorn Chandlee Lloyd Judy Flchthorn and Alexander Cathre were chosen to represent Alexander Central rn the extension program held by the Unrverslty of Rochester at Wood ward Mansron rn LeRoy rn Medrna Wayne was chosen to smg rn the State Muslc Teachers Conference Chorr whrch was held 1n Syra cuse rn November Chandlee Sandy and Loretta partxcrpated rn the All State Mass Band wh1ch took place Rccogn1t1on -5 Medma Central acted as host to the All State Musrc Fesuval whrch was held there 1n November Pns Lou Shxrley Judy and Wayne sang rn the Mass chorr f"N Second place rn both the boys and grrls d1v1s1on of the Genesee County Speak mg Contest was won by Loretta Werner and Donald SALUTATORIAN Lxncoln Beverly Bolz The above students took part 1n the Genesee County Mass Band whrch was held ID Batavra 0 0 . ' . f. . n 5 ' Q 0 , ' Y V -I , , has x A t 2 , s " I . . . . I . ' v . . ' . ' n n r ' , . ' r 1 'n J lx " 74, '54 ,,,f' M ' J' A pb' s'V, , Q?-If 5, s ' 3 Q-f' . . Q 'G 2,4 . . . 7' , . , . . . U ,AW fl V -iz, -V ij ml- - , 'as L' an ' 1 , 5 'RX .y 5 i 0 n 1 f? is Y Y. ". 1 4 Foot FIRST SQUAD Back Row L Lyons E Blggms E Shafer Thls year A C S moved rnto a hrgher bracket playmg eleven man football mstead of srx Alexander played several night games one of whlch was held at Woodward F reld agamst Pavrlron It was here that Alexander was edged out of the Genesee Orleans football champlonshrp by a lone touchdown Alexander com pleted the season wlth a wm and loss record of 4 and 2 Coach Raymond Daugherty and hrs team are to be commended for therr fme work durmg the 56 season 90 i Front Row:P.Levins, S.Wiktorski, S.Staba, R. Bartz, T.Fe1tham, D.Hassett, D.Wolfley, J.Glo1', R.McC1el1an . 0 C I . . I . I 7 ' I H 11 SECOND SQUAD Front Row N Srerk W Smrth I Sprnk B Brggms R Statler D Scott G Bontrager M Capwell B Thrrfthauser Back Row T Rrckford D Fancher Z. Putney 91 r N Cefltel' ROQVI R..Pope . . . . I . ' . . . ' . . . I . A-vs. J lst Row S Wiktorski I Glor Coach Feltham E Shafer G Logan R Hassett L Lyons 'Wx 'x 2nd Row:T.Feltham R Spring M Robbins T Meisner N.Greiner D Wagner B Bowen J Wolff E Biggins This year s Varsity Team under Mr Feltham s able direction bettered the performance of any team of the past four years We won two of eight B League games and a total of six for the season while losing ten Everett Shafer was our highest scorer with a total of 223 points, averaging 13 9 per game Two others scored better than 100 points Larry Lyons 143, and john Glor 118 john Glor also won the foul shooting championship of all who tried 50 or more free throws - - -with a 58 per cent ofconversions Tom Feltham had best overall per- centage---64 but without enough tries to qualify This year s team was called the most improved in the League by the end of the season. Next year's suc- . ' cess will depend upon the play of the experienced boys left and those to be promoted from this season's jayvee Squad. We are looking a- head to next year with a hopeful at- titude , TH Varsity Basketball s f A 1 : - gn e A , 'S ,J :-er f Q ' 2' 4' fi' 3 A - 1 If 1 j A I ' if: g 1 g I 1 S5 Q ' .1 , 3 1: 1 3 - Basketball Q5 A-Us lst Row T Wlktorskl R Pope E McClellan D Wolfley R Bartz D Fancher Coach Feltham 2nd Row B Bruggman M Capwell R Wrckens JSp1nk M Slerk M Janes D Scott ICOWIC J Sheehan J Fancher For the f1rst trme rn 14 years Mr. Feltham also coached the Jayvee Squad. Under hrs drrec tron we came through the best Jayvee season for the past srx years. For the f1rst trme smce 1950 51, we produced a jayvee record of wmnmg one half of our games . Our 8 won and 8 lost record could easlly have been better wrth a few "breaks . We lost two one point margm games . Thrs year s squad worked hard IH preparatlon for future years when we hope to Jorn the Varsrty Team . Three players scored better than 100 polntsg Ralph Pope, 127g Russell McClellan, 1173 and Denny Wolfley, 109. We look forward to next year's play and the chance for rmprovement as jayvees and for Jornrng the Varsity squad. I. i I 'T' wa V tiff I I W , ,frail , - i 1. ' . 5 ?fM?e5f W -A ,la -4 -A m xi I Y 7 'tr' 47 , . I . M 1 S , 6 g 4 K 'F ' 1 W s 1 'rs 2 x 4 1 f ' 4 -, . - 1 ' 'ff' ., ' ' A. A ' 3 : 5 1. ,l : . ' ', . , . , . . . , . , : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . , . , . . . . 2- . 1 93 Wrestling 1st Row P Glor B Thrxfthouser B Brggms I Rrchert D Wrlkrnson 2nd Row M Phelps Z Putney A Beechler D Townsend G Bontrager 3rd Row D Bralkowskr G Ah1 F Phelps CoachDaugherty S Staba T Rrckford G Good R Passage Thrs year s wrestlmg team had the most successful season recorded rn Alexander s flve year rnterscholastrc wrestlmg htstory The 1956 57 team posted a season record of 11 wlns and 3 losses, mostly agamst much larger schools Besldes these Off1C1a1 meets they defeated Amherst, Lancaster and Depew ln scheduled closed practtce sessrons In addrtlon to regular season dual meets, the Alexander wrestlers farred exceptionally well rn post season tourna ments In the Genesee Orleans County meet held at Alexander, the 1956 57 team placed frrst rn 8 of 12 werght classrflcatlons contested Of these erght Genesee Orleans County champlons, B1l1B1gg1ns and Dave Townsend, went on to capture N Y State Sectron V A B C D champronshtps SEASON RECORD N Y STATE SECTION V CHAMPIONS Webster Llvonra Arcade Letchworth Medrna Alblon Atuca Alden Batavra Mrddleport Perry Warsaw Wayne Iroquors B111 Blggrns 95 class Dave Townsend 133 class GENESEE ORLEANS COUNTY CHAMPIONS B111 Brgglns 95 class Bruce Thrrfthauser 103 class Paul Glor 112 class Alton Beechler 120 class Paul Levrns 127 class Dave Townsend 133 class Art Crater 138 class Stanley Staba unhmlted . , . . . , I 7 18 22 ' ' ' ' ' 38 9 46 5 11 30 ' 36 .11 ' 26 16 ' I ' 28 14 ' ' ' 44 3 ' ' 41 5 ' 29 11 ' 14 25 ' 38 3 34 11 ' 3 94 ' ' Track X E Humel E Bxggms Goetz I Glo: L Lyons D Daugherty S Wrktorskr T Feltham B Brggrns R Bartz Coach Daugherty R Hassett 'I' Rrckford B Stalker G Oulrm w Smlth I Seward G Bontrager E Shafer The 1956 track team coached by Mr Ray Daugherty had a farrly successful season winnlng two srngle meets and plactng second rn two triangle meets Alexander has also placed second in the Gen esee Orleans County track meet for the past three years We hope the fme ex ample set by these boys wlll be surpassed rn the commg years f I--I xx 'X ix- ! R --Q X ,Y' X ' 'VV I 9 y X X . . . ' ' G. f x N A 'vu - tx 5 ' ' ' I I- ,L X 5 ' 3 A h V V A if c f t gl Var If 3 Q R Reed Glor G Quinn Logan Baseball GAh1 I Seward D Daugherty S Wxktorskr L Lyons E Shafer D Wagner T Feltham E Humel Ni' Nui' xlllbl The 1956 Baseball squad posted a season record of 3 wms and 8 losses The squad was notrceable weak at the plate, although Lyons, Reed, Glor and Qurnn batted well over the 300 mark Because of the absence of several past graduates, frrst year men held regular Varslty posltrons The team worked hard to overcome therr weaknesses and rt IS hoped that an rmprovement wrll be shown rn the 1957 season 96 Baseball R Statler K5 XX! L, H Alwardt g I Knower Fancher Lmcoln B B188 ns 1451 1 'lb R S rrng Coach Howard R Pope J Wolff W Smrth Although the jumor Varsrty baseball team ended the season wlth a won two and lost flVe record they played hard and lost more than one close game Mr Howard IS to be commended for dolng a two man job coachmg and teachmg Next year s Varsrty wlll consrst mamly of the boys who played on last year s J.V. team. It rs hoped that there wrll be a blg turnout next year to cheer the boys on to VIC tory . 97 C ff W V'lr,w,,r .' . In t . p Q X 4 . D. ., D. , , K ,A ' ' i . r l h '. W l , 'Sq ' 'S me f at . H R , 2' fa, ff I T ' P ill, aw X ff , f VV! I fs , i 011+ Qs l A R XL ' . H P c . . . - . , . . , . . . . , 7'f1"n. . Q 1, ffm. A.. , f VJ.. .M , 1 4 F3 A 'T' F? 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