Arcade Central High School - Edacra Yearbook (Arcade, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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Louise Mount - Elementary Supervisor Mr. Kenneth Storms - Assistant Principal Mr. Donald Belden Mr. Francis Connors Mr. Joseph Kemp - Supervising Principal Mr. Charles Newman - Clerk Mr. Robert Witter - President Mr. Joseph Reisdorf Mrs. Margaret Walter Mr. Harry Miller MISSING FROM PICTURE: Mr. Craig Landphair SEATED: Mrs. June Giambrone, Science: Mrs. Lucile Smith, MathematicsgMrs. Mary Gentner, Mathematics: Miss Elizabeth Arthur, Science: Miss Adele Wightman, Mathematics: Mrs.Shirley Garlapo, Social Studies: Mrs. Jane Stevens, English: Mrs. Joanne Herman,Fng1ishg STANDING: Miss Barbara Robertson, Science: Mrs. Janice Weitz, English: Mr. David Barnett, Social 5:ud1es3Mr. Robert McGowan, Commercial3Mr. Raymond Garlapo,Commercial: Mrs. Norma Fischer, English: Mrs.Marjorie Ryan, English. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Mr. Harry Douglass, Social Studies: Mrs. Doris Downey, Social Studies: Mrs. Mary Lou Shank, Social Studies. Faczulllity SEATED: Mr. Fredrick Laird, Industrial Arts: Mrs. Myrtis Kemb, Library: Miss Shirley Bishop, Art: Miss Gloria Follett, Home Economics: Mrs. Rose Prentice, Home Fconomicsg Miss Delia Shadbolt, Language: Miss Francis Breen, Nurse. STANDING: Mr. Wesley Dailey, Indus- trial Artsg Mr. Maurice Hickey, Physical Education: Mr, Carl Chotoff, Driver Training: Mr. Robert Warner, Agriculture: Mr. Wayne Kellogp, Music: Mr. Rauber Ryan, Physical Edu- cation: Mr. Herman Kohnken, Guidance: Mr. Chester Minkler, Music. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Miss Ann McConnell, Physical Education: Mr. Earl Blakeley, Attendance. +1 - SEATED: Mrs. Ethel Gibbon, Grade 6, Mrs. Isobel Gunn, Grade 5, Miss Louise Mount, Elemen- tary Supervisor, Mrs. Josephine Hudson, Grade 5,Mrs. Orpha Cartwright, Grade 6,Mrs. Chris- tine Clark, Grade A, Mrs. Olga Rosche, Grade M. STANDING: Miss Barbara Lower, Elemen- tary Library, Mr. Earl Brown, Speech, Mr. Arthur Rosche, Grade 5, Mr. Anthony Affronti, Grade 6, Mrs. Sandra Linderman, Music, Miss Joyce Luczkowiak, Art. MISSING PROM PICTURE: Miss Esther Kohel, Grade A, Mrs. Donna Striker, Grade 5. Faculllily FRONT ROW: Mrs. Janet Lein, Grade 3, Mrs. Blanche Day, Grade 2, Mrs. Doris Ross, Grade 1, Miss Barbara Wright, Grade 3, Mrs. Virginia Feraldi, Grade 2, Mrs. Mary Blakeley, Grade 3, Mrs. Audrey Wallace, Grade 3. SECOND ROW: Miss Nancy Tucker, Grade 1, Mrs. Gertrude Millington, Grade 3, Mrs. Maude Williams, Grade 1, Mrs. Alice Mason, Kinderparten, Mrs. Dorothy Edsall, Kindergarten, Mrs, Leah Uaner, Grade 1, Mrs. Helen Kruse, Kindergarten. A ' ,W 1 Q '14, 1 vi 21 Janliitolriall Sitaifif SEATED: Mrs. Alice Weber, Mrs. Elsie Kaye, Miss Barbara Kaye, Mrs. Katherine Bookmiller,Mrs. Margaret Weiner,STANDlNG: Mr. Earl Brewer,Mr. Gerald Welles, Mr. Arnold Stone, Mr. Clifford Chamberlain,Mr. Gordon Hopkins Sardinia Faculty and Sitaihf FRONT ROW: Mrs. Helen Sheehe, Fourth Grade, Mrs. Mary Owens, K1ndergarten3Mrs. Ida Sporman, Cafeteria Managerg Mrs. Martha Noel, Cafeteria AidgMrs. Shir- ley Schreiner, First Grade. SECOND ROW: Mr. Charles Harri- son, Sixth Gradeg Mrs. Jqy Lester, Fifth GradegMrs. Doro- thy Tullar, Mus1c3Mrs. Mildred Watson, Second Grade, Miss Marie Neaman, Third Grade, Mr. John Bleyle,Building Custodian. R- -SN. ,ffmm ..ts, 44 Caiieitelria Sitaifif SEATED: Mrs. Elda Stone, Mrs. Alice Williams, Mrs. Betty Walrod,Mrs. Fran Keicher, Mrs. Ethel Tullar, Mrs.Alice Weber, Mrs. Rita Barber, Mrs. Julia Loomis. STANDING: Ann Dutton, Helen Noon, Mr. Gerald Welles, Connie Pearl, Cynthia Beach. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Mrs. Rose Hurlburt, Mrs. Mabel New- man. X . -,.i CM. W Q fm r F 16. fra? s Q YJ gh . is g0Fi -R X f mf, - f A J QIE QM AMW J ff m L " LEQQ Q xul,W .QNX fi-X Q?W2 f7Yo'f5fL07ZwzkL0 ,Ch,4.4f7 X?-:'J",C4v-,Q '45, 244-QJPQ ' f2 'ZOE 'D ZZ!! 'wo 47:-.da ' 4m4.c2'Z4 , 'Q""4V f ,a'-0466!,JCa-QQ., ,dgud GRADES A, . :B F . " , 1 ' L ifsxga- ' .-'. Y' - , ' ' . . f':. , j'f '31 , .. ,- f .7.',,. .1 ,. .A V ,. . 2.11, Q- .wwf 2 q1'.'D.'-'.1v'x -1' f ,-wu.,.,--,.-1 ,, -: . - : .'f ir: ij-. - V . ni. - 1, v L' V ,,, 'w "1 ff-H 'A .- . 45: Ng? ' - ,. 1 . K 1..4 .1'1'.-- .XM 'J 1'-V t- 1 'ff-'f IL 1 1 ' Q K '.' ff 4.-5.45 qw. -i 2 4 1 'A' : , - . V . 4' ' In ,': V , , ,,., -. 5 11- 13 ,. pn., - " " .1 M. Q., ' K ".-.':' v . . ,L 1. .1 .. in -1. . -,1- . ,Q , .A . Xl' .X , 4-'A .-if , 2 ',.'4::f . ,Q .1-' .mg--, .4-V .',,,c1-ij '5.f':f Lib- ' pay? mmf, - gf. . 4" ,go G, -n, 1 mehr. . AU ,X lr". 2 . . T57 ' 5' F.-1-3 'fm 2 :YW .1 2- '?.b"i5'?55.f?3-1i ' W iff .P-:N H55 fri wif ff if 3 :,.fQ-'f-12711 ', Qgwwg mn?-,. .1 u?'f71':vfi-gh. - ,.. . . 11 i .4 .glr ...J 1 -r ,Y , . In ., Lf' . ,-',. ' .f-tml?" ?lX"f.s W ,X ...S f.'.3E.' -,. I- 5,1--lug. f:Fj,5r. - Vg" ,.5 .,..,,,x , iff' 'Ti .1 X.-. .1 ii. .fin - . . .K iff . -'PK' '-ij. V . w '15, .tv .. .Kia fi' x. M.. 1. 2,1 'r-,.. Kindergarten FRONT ROW: Edward Dworzack, Deanna Sprague, Denise Fitz- gerald, Linda Sampson, Janet Haggerty, Robert Day, Kathleen George. SECOND ROW: Nancy Holmes, Alfred Most, Cheryl Chase, Ronald Bishoff, John Marsh, Karen McCormick, D'Arcy Holzer, Daniel Z1elen1eskL Mrs. Mason. THIRD ROW: Charles Stephen, Denis Berwanger, Maria Schnitzler, Geraldine Horning, Keith McKinsey, James Pangel, Sheila Luscher, Kath- ryn Barrow. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Craig Smith, Roberta Tucker. Kindergarten FRONT ROW: Michael Tanner, Deborah Hurlbert, Margaret Ro- sier, Kathy Bartz, Christopher Vought, Jay Williams. SECOND ROW: Susan Schwartz, Garrick Bolt, Brenda Platt, John Bray, George Hull, Faye Roblee, Rus- sell Tojdowski. THIRD ROW: David Bray, James Lounsbury, Donna Matuszak,T1mothy Wright, Mary Jane Kosmerl, Vicki Whit- ing, Joy Czesak, Mrs. Kruse. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Chris- tine Smith, Paul Stevens. Kindergarten FRONT ROW: Constance Owens, Palma Sickler, Patricia Winch, Joseph Reisdorf, Jr., Linda Holmes, Robert Wilson, Edward Keenan, Shirley Bookmiller. SECOND ROW: Wanda Williams, Gary Falconer, Betty Brooks, Damaris Hurlburt, Virgil Craw- ford, Kathryn Kepp, Kathleen Hutchinson, Richard Ludwig, Sandra Limburg, Mrs. Edsall, Terry Fennell. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Jeffrey Smith, Tim- othy Spiegel Kathleen Hanson, Linda King, Susan Yauchzy. ll'Kill'DdeI?'gaIF'EeII'T FRONT ROW: Dale Titus, Nancy Barber, Linda Tullar. Lois Storms, Joe Thomas, Bruce Nourse, David Affronti. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Stokaylo, Jeanette Martin, Diane Gilbert, Donna Ross, Howard Wallace. THIRD ROW: Sandra Green, Mrs. Edsall, Rodney Kile, Kathy Hagerdon, Linda Kibbler, Debby Drennan, Stephen Gilbert, Charlene Woodruff,Sylvia Witt, Samuel Chapman, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Peter- Foges, LeRoy Osborn, Valerie Young. Kindergarten FRONT ROW: Dave Wagner, John Rix, Donna Warner, Rebecca Burton, Lyle Morgan, Hubert Shepard, Jacklyn Durkee. SECOND ROW: Shirley Snyder, Noreen Phillippi, Constance Stearns, Barbara Gertis,Carole Alsworth, Deborah Rathburn, Robert White, Charlotte Kolczynski. THIRD ROW: Mrs, Mason, Monte Austin, Rebecca Roll, Bradley Hebble, Larry Howell, Thomas Kleever, Daryl Decker, Deborah Bates, Robert James, Larry Waldron. First Grade FRONT ROW: Paul Deering, Betsy Jedrzejek, Peggy Tinch, Rose- mary Czesak, Rebecca Yansick, Florence Green, Michael Hutch- inson, Mrs. Caner. SECOND ROW: Gregory Gerrity, Dale Dean, Leland Schoepflin, Jacqueline Nourse, Ronald Hart, Lawrence Conner, David Roll, Patricia Cole. THIRD ROW: Pamela Riche, Daniel Rathbun, David Sauders, Susan Wi1son,Michael Schottin, John Lisenby,Richard Hamilton. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Julius Meyer. First Grade FRONT ROW: Douglas Lafferty, Robert Klink, Paul Snyder, Carl Foster, Karen Norton, Brenda Hurlburt, Dale Tingue. SECOND ROW: Michael Sugg, Daryl Kepp, Linda Downing, Randy Lester, Melody Yauchzy, Gary Decker, Alice Williams, Terry Nicastro, Ronald Tojdow- ski, Saralynne Acton. THIRD ROW: Linda Makowski, Howard Wagner, Paul Kingsley, Bruce Cettell, David Green, Eugene Haskell, Bruce Degenfelder, Miss Tucker. MISSING FROM PICTURE: James Bookmiller. Filrsil Grade FRONT ROW: Robert Miller, Ri- chard Schoen, Clayton Witt, Peter Fitzgerald, Joellyn Ol- und, Dan Sherman. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Williams, Bruce Dennis, Geraldine Marble, Gregory Har- rington, Dennis Gill, Claudia Stearns,Franc1s Gerbasi. THIRD ROW: Leslie Hanes,Janet Louns- bury, Caroline Anderson, Dale Smith, Barry Lester,Terry Sic- kler, FOURTH ROW: Gregory Bainbridge, Karen Kosmerl,Dale Miller, Foster Durkee, Richard Knowlton, MISSING FROM PIC- TURE: Mary Ann Crabb, Diane Howlett, . r F-'ilrsil Grade FRONT ROW: John Duguid, Rhonda Leonard, Linda Krotz, Jeffrey Austin, Robert Stortz, Jerry Gregg, Russell Tinch, Janice Hakes, Warren Johns,Duane Wil- liams, Deborah Sprague, John Plugh. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ross, Susan Williams, Robert Mosher, Mack Bixby, Kevin Rix, Timothy Nourse, Anne Williams, Linda Estus, David Ludwig, Cynthia Crider, Gary Hawks,Brian Lush- er, Burdette Hurlburt, Ronald Tuttle, MISSING FROM PICTURE: George Beamer. MJ v ,J .4 ,-... Second Grade FRONT ROW: Raymond Kraft, Val- erie Barnes, Robert Tilton, Myrna Wagner, Brigitte Book- miller, Robert Gregg, Mary Most, John Kile. SECOND ROW: Delphin Tinque, Jacqueln Con- nor, Pamela Barber, Richard Howe, Marlene Dornan, Darlene Breitweiser, Donald Pixley, Carol Krolick. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Bates, Bruce Johns, Douglas Morgan,William Hughes, Gregory Wright, Gary Hint, James Riaains, Donald King, Mrs. Reraldi. Second Grade FRONT ROW: Carol Gerstung, Richard Dawson, Lawrence Roll, Jerald Brass,Cindy Pearl, Kyle Fisher,Judith Tanner, Patricia Keem, SECOND ROW: Alan Harri- son, Walter Burton, Michael Gerrity,Kathy Dell, Jill Sher- man, Sandra Snyder, Henry Williams, Mrs. Blakeley. THIRD ROW:Mark Welles,David Moffatt, Carol Phair, Deborah Roberts, Marcia Scroback,Christian May, Robert Green. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Diane Miller. Second Grade FRONT ROW:Gregory Kepp,Eleanor Reynolds,Cynthia Mayer,Dorothy Ameis, Sharon Anderson, Vicky Johnson, Karen Keicher. SECOND ROW: Richard Tojdowski, Carl Holzer, Ronald Hanson, Barbara Chapman, Linda Klink, Gloria Yoder, Arilyn Bishoff, James Dominick, Elizabeth Murcin, Linda Storms, Edward McVay, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Day, Donna Drake, Gary Peterson, Gary Ncurse, Duane Harrison, Daniel Hull, Martha Bay, Martha Witt. MISSING FRGM PICTURE: Nancy Matuszak. Tlhmrdl Grade FRONT ROW: Barbara Tuttle, Diane Rathbun,Patricia Luschen Connie Blackman, William Daw- son, Robert Clark. Ronald Wit- ter. SECOND ROHM Carolyn Cpgsby, Shirley Neamon, Thomas Kirchmeyer, Robert Fish,Daniel Driver, David Meyer. THIRD ROW: Miss Wright, Suzanne Mor- gan, John Cudworth, Lois Ben- nett,LaVern Rrown,Howard Hurl- hurt, James MOPPHU: Arthur Green, MISSING FROM PICTURE! Sharon Esposito, Richard Rit- chey. Third Grade FRONT ROW: Barry Mason,Marylou Falconer, Susan Tanner, Chris- tina Barnes, Barbara McVay, Rebecca Wallace, Wanda Hint, Ricky Gleason. SECOND ROW: Carol Sink, John Wyllie, Duane Fitzgerald, Douglas McGowan, Linda Schottin, Richard Saun- ders, Chuck Wright. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Lein, Daryll Rathburn, Lyle Bray,Michael Doster, Ron- ald Leonard, Charles James, Howard Weidman, Jeffrey May. Third Grade FRONT ROW: Joan Lee, Rebecca Klink,Denise Fulkerson, Chris- tyne Andrews, Lee Sherman, James Tolhurst, John Williams, Donald Hull. SECOND ROW:James Carley, Michael Spiegel, James Lester, Alan Hopkins, Nancy Stevens,Suzanne Kingsley, Sara Lee, Susan Hutton,Linda Louns- bury. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Milling- ton. f Foun-Rh Guradle FRONT ROW: Jerry Tinch, Synth- ia Springer, Philip Stortz, Christine Zielenieski, Mickey Waldron,Mary Williams, Darleen Pixley, Harold Matuszak, Roger Falconer, Donald Day. SECOND ROW: Philip Marble, Marjorie Crosby, Wade Stearns, Kathleen Phair, Daniel Dawson, John Higgins, Sidney Barber, Gayle Benzel, Cheryl Kepp, Diana Beach. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Plugh, Jeffrey Mason, David Neamon, Thomas Bentley, Sandra Titus, Beverly Cole, John Welles, Cynthia Brasky, Philip Rix, Miss Kohel, MISSING FROM PICTURE: James McVay. Third Grade FRONT ROW: Beverly Miller,Suz- anne Knowlton, Douglas Kraft, Dale Brauen, Wendy McKinsey, Melissa Clark,Sharon Woodruff, Ronda VanOcker. SECOND ROW: James Keem,James Keenan,Donald Ring, Deborah Hall,Donald Kil- lian, Suzzanne Sprague, Craig Bixby, Randy Vaughn. THIRD ROW: Diane Rule, David Drennan, Michael Boreanaz, Albert Witt, Robert Dietrich,Rickey Rogers, Linda Harrison, Mrs. Wallace. Fourth Grade FRONT ROW: Denise Campbell, Stefan Czesak, O'dette Fitz- gerald, Jane Chapman, Molly Crabb,William Green,Judy King, Thomas Hartley, Scharlene Wil- liams. SECOND ROW: Leonard Gill, Michael Dominick, Joseph Beck,Fred Warner,RichardHecht, Julie Kile,Anna Mae Dell,Carol Downing,Hazel Hamilton, Cheryl Estus, Marjorie Bray. THIRD ROW: Gordon Falconer, Robert Tojdowski, Gregory Nourse, Charles Hull,David Hanson,Cal- vin Pearl,Claudia Austin, Sara Lingenfelter, Richard Witter, Larry Holmes.FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Rosche. Fourth Grade FRONT ROW:Roger Bishoff, Stan- ley Czesak, Timothy Fulkerson, Kay Dawley, Connie Reynolds, Julia Fitzgerald, Robert Dell, John McKinsey, Donald Brass, Ralph Evans. SECOND ROW: Rich- ard Dailey, Lorraine Dornan, Sharon Nichols, Geraldine Yoder, Diana Kratzer, Deborah Mayer, Ronald Hackett, Norman Sprague, Stewart Sink. THIRD ROW: Emmett Green, Timothy Sherlock, Douglas VanOcker, Karen Waldron,Sandra Harrison, Donna Rathbun, Charlotte Gill, Neil Howell, Lorna Tolhurst, Mrs. Clark, Dennis Barrow. Fmh Grade FRONT ROW: Roger Gorham, Joan- ne Rosier, James Luscher, Law- rence Clark, Linda Beach, Patricia Cotton, Donna Holmes, SECOND ROW: Richard Wallace, Lynn Roblee, Robert Winch, Annabelle Schoen,Sue Williams, Kristine Duguid,Robert Murcin, Erica Dubay. THIRD ROW: Mr. Rosche, Hubert Ritter, Donna Fisher, Walter Dilloway, David Stevens, Kathleen Larson, Roger Winch. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Marilyn Wallace, Robert Strong, Michael Peter- son. Fiiiiih Grade FRONT ROW: Linda Shepard, Sharon Young, Rita Bosworth, Cyril Merrick, Roy Wilson, Thomas Phair, Donna Mae Owens, Annette Mayer, SECOND ROW: Melvin Marble, Linda Day, The- odore Scroback, Joyce Keem, Russell Powell, Edgar Rstus, Allen Bishoff, Sandra Hall, Lynn Pirdy. THIRD ROW: Linda Crabb, Sherry Lewis, Sheila Lester, Beth Warner, Clarence Pearl, Ronald Chapman, Richard Shick, Deborah Wallace, Sharon Dornan, Mrs. Gunn. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Darrel Hopkins. I 0 2 i s Fiiftth Grade FRONT ROW: Karen Howe, Roger Gileta, David Hopkins, Gail Bvans, Gerald Davidson, Kayne Hanson, Howard Sutton, Gale Phillipni, David Ring, Janice warner. SECOND ROW: Laura Brown,Gregory Bolt,Linda Pirdy, Betty Neamon, Kathleen White, Jane Dawson, Bruce Howlett, Patricia Wilber, Robert Kraft. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Hudson, Brenda Hurlburt, Sharon whiting, Don- ald Rule, Terrill Vanucker, Cary Horning,Richard Harrison, Terrence Lloyd, James Rosier, Mayne Sampson. A Fiflllh Grade FRONT ROW: Dianne Harrison, Marilyn Sphor, Theresa Smith, James Nourse, Milford Drake, Maurice Hickey, Linda Bray, SECOND ROW: Linda Burgess, Gary Dean, Lynda Brass, Alan W1tt,Gary Kepp,Terrence Wells, Jerry Beach. THIRD ROW: Car- oline Hull, Thomas Schroeder, Nancy Stortz, Susan Lounsbury, Nancy Braymiller, Richard Mayer, James Breitweiser, Mrs. Striker. ,,.,-nvsm-1- ixnh Grade FRONT RON: Michael Driver, Ernest Dustman, Ronald Ely, Jeanette George,Jane Haggerty. SECOND ROW: Timothy Brown, Kay Kirchmeyer, Gary Cotton, Mich- ael Howlett, Donald Kraft, Victoria Lee, Diana Dearing, Richard Dawley,Donald Dildine, Delton Ressler. THIRD ROW: Karen Howell, Carol Keem, Pat- ricia Tolhurst,Nancy Hurlburt, Jacqueline Carr, Harold Beach, Richard Butler,Donald Hackett, Cheryl Ring, Darlene Korczak, Paul Meycrhoff,Mrs. Cartwright MISSING FROM PICTURE: Gerald Fulkerson. Sixth Grade FRONT ROW: Dale Mathewson, Richard Woodruff,George David- son, David Miller, Dolores Zielen1eski,Ray Edward Aldrow, Loren Prial, Garry Winch. SECOND ROW: Gordon Bray,Elaine Tinch, Thomas McKinsey, Sandra Marble, Nancy Meyer, Corinne Broskett,Judy Hopkins, Kenneth Harrington. BACK ROW: Donald Kurdziel, Bonnlyn Bray, Sally Rosier, Richard Joslin, Carol Depenfelder, Gail Palmerton, Lawrence Brown, Mr. Affronti. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Darlene Butler. Cum-lriers FRONT ROW: Diane Meahl, Ronald Peglow, Nancy Meahl, Vivian Barber, Virginia Barrow,Marc1a Barber. SECOND ROW: Carole Barber, Gail Barrow, William Peglow, Mrs. Kohel, S xtlhr Glradle FRONT ROW: Bruce Barber, De- anna Salvo, Esther Roll, Lill- ian Kolenda, Kathryn Weidman, Joseph Pawlowski, Thomas Wil- son, William Wllber. SECOND RON: Gary Bray, Jean Bray, Susan Drennan,Kenneth Whiting, Robert Jungquist, Mary Gust, David Lewis. THIRD ROW: Don- ald Bosworth, Ellen Clark, Kathleen Pawlowski, Shirley Farley, John W1tt,David Young, Wilson Byroads, Patricia Kepp, Virginia Tilton, Mrs. Gibbon, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Lbuis Fulkerson. Sardinia Kindergarten FRONT ROW: Viola Baker, Diane Mau, Robin Witter, Ralph Spaulding, Gary Hung, John Wiedeman, Patric Murphy.SFOOND ROW: Mrs. Owens,Pamela Andres, Dennis Lancaster, Frederic Rakoska, Gary Spencer, George Kelley, Denny Heineman, Mark Ruhlen, Dennis DeGolier. Sardinia indergarten FRONT ROW: James Armstrong, Gary Meyers, Terry Bennett, Todd Fetzer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Owens, Wendy Armstrong, Lynn Domes, Diane Schiener, Michael Wilson, Deborah Phenes. Sardinia Grade 1 FRONT ROW: Gary Holland, John Murphy, Deborah, Yox, David Smith, Wesley Woodruff,Crysta1 Goss, Marcie Schaus, Judith Grant, Susan Banstead. SECOND ROW: Michael Francis, Ransom Domes, James Hung, Laverne Ruhlen, Veronica Jonny James Wiedeman, Craig Hall, Jidith Witter, Gordon Jackson, Mrs. Schreiner. ardinia Grade 2 FRONT ROW: Jean Hinz, Cynthia Lancaster, Marjorie Lewis, Kathy O'Dell,Judy Carey, Carol Kramer, Patricia Andres, Bar- bara Barrows,Cheryl Armstrong. BACK ROW: Sharon Dick, David Hall, Raymond Draper, Gordon Rakoska, Timothy Phillipson, Kenneth Spencer, Melvin Noon, Billy Becht, Philip Francis, Mrs. Watson. Q2 ardinia Grade 4 FRONT ROW:Sandra Loggans,Linda W1ttmeyer,Joan Hinz,Terry Ruh- 1en,George McCabe,Patricia Ro- sier, Robert Anderson, Wanda Dick. SECOND ROW: Freida Ra- koska, Theresa Murphy, David Barrows, Duane Domes, William Murphy, Steven Murphy, Wayne Mould. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Shee- he, Jean Smith, Linda Lawton, Carl Dav1s,Sharon Spencer,Syl- vester Bremiller, Thomas Fet- zer, Richard Jordan. gf' Sardinia Grade 3 FRONT ROW: Vicki Schaus, Sard Andera, Jeffrey Miller, Robin Lancaster, Sharon Armstrong, Karen Wilson, Alice Anderson. BACK ROW: Paulette Bremiller, Miles Goss, Deborah Hoeltke, James Witter. Marv Murphy, Ronald Rosier. Miss Neamon, Becky Yox, Mark Lefort,Gregory Landis, John Spaulding, Pat- ricia Ruhlen, Gary Hill, Bruce Grant. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Peggy Hinz. alrdlinia Gradle 6 FRONT ROW: Jerome Andere, Richard Casey, Peggy Lancaster Janice Rhoads, Carol Bleyle, Raymond Garbowski, Richard Domes. SECOND ROW: Carl Franz, Joseph Winkler, Edward Sixt Jr., Anton Vacinek, Tarry Lee Gasper, Cownie Lehning, Gwen- dolyn Phelps, Marilyn Lehning, Lester Phillipson. BACK ROW: Mr. Harrison. Sardinia Grade 5 FRONT ROW: Brian Landis,Thomas WestfalL Sharon Domster, Linda Smith, Judith Kelley, Herbert Chapman, Terry Petrie, James Loggans. SECOND ROW: Fay Spencer, Carolyn Armstrong, Dennis Banstead, Cathrine Noon Nancy Yox, Margaret Mahiques, Sandra Horning, Richard Grant. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Joy Lester, Robert Kaiser, Deborah Lefort, Jon Hoch, Craig Lehning,Sandra Jackson, Elaine Phelps, Linda Wiedeman. FRONT ROW: Miss Marie Kerwin, Jeanne Dutton, Suanne Redden, Java Village FRONT ROW: Susan Smith, Mary Newell, Kathleen Landphair, Sandra Crawford, Bonnie Lou Davis. SECOND ROW: Edward Walters, David Davis, Robert Kordela, Eugene Smith, Cath- erine Walters, Miss Mathews, BACK ROW: Virginia Newel1,Jack Fisher, Dale Crawford, Donald Curtis, Alice Jean VanOcker. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Charlene Stephen, Linda Stephen. Java Village FRONT ROW: Albert Newell, Su- san Lang, Linda Curtis, Linda VanOcker, David Barber. SECOND ROW: Jurgen Szumada, Roy Kor- dela, Rocco Siclari, Richard Potter. 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Q S '1, ,,,- l. '1 +i'v"- 1 wx, . 4 . , ' K,:,'p.. , qv. I V . 5 'fd ' . - ' 47 vp . A 1 4 V 1 ,. I V , . v' I f .- 1. fig .' lr. . " 'W' -2 ' ' 1 . . 'ii -ii -. ' 04' ...Er'Cf'3', . V S ' Q.. , . rgfwkgg A . A V i, -V 1,,xJS.fa.v! x ' , Q :':,9f':1gifa M 1 - 'ff + Uv M 'Llf 33, 3 'fl' , -g . rfff' 51 X "' -'1 252' " , fi X, ' S 'hh' 'gigs' 5Q.'1jxW--- 21,4-1, 1 5 , ?f1',.fg fig v . cdr., . X - 1. .t ' eniors SEATED: Miss Arthur, Advisor, Judy Cot- ton, Treasurer, Margaret Agen, Secre- tary. STANDING: Lee Schnitzler, Pres- ident, Mr. Warner, Advisor, Shan Hyman, Vice-President. Juniors SEATED: Patrick McFa1l, Vice President, Gail Griffith, Treasurer, STANDING: Miss Wightman, Advisor, Albert Bigelow, President, Jo Ann Geratung, Secretary, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Mr. Douglass, Ad- visor. Class Officers and Advisors if tu lFll'eShn'1leIl1l SEATED: Thomas Hackett, President, Donna Hoyt, Vice President, Mrs. Stevens, Advisor. STANDING: Ann Clinch, Secre- tary, Mr. Laird, Advisor, Shane Casey, Treasurer. .0 Sophomores FRONT ROW: Mrs. Shenk, Advisor, Betty Bliss, Secretary, SECOND ROW: James Dildine, Treasurer, James Marsh, Vice President, Edward Walter, President, Mr. Garlapo, Advisor , .V I f f V., X C, ,R L, .W MESH FRONT ROW: Larry Mahiques, Faith Sprague, Donna Neamon, Diane Hurlburt, Darlene Rogers, Cynthia Schreiber, Sally Zeczak, Diane Nourse, Diane Murcin, Gaylen Titus, James Hi tle. SECOND ROW: Jane Armstrong, James Plugh, David Davis, Larry Hittle, Donald Spencer, James Childs, Walter Lee, Robert Noel, Wallace Newland, Robert Sink, Doris Green, Mrs. Garlapo. THIRD ROW: Ronald Martin, Gilbert Witt, William Morris, Larry Petrie, William Larimer, Theodore Domes, Gary Hoch, Larry Hewitt, Gerald Bates, David VanOcker. evcelniilh Grade FRONT ROW: Edward Beck, Dennis Fries, Kenneth Mayer, Sandra Olund, Marjorie Button, Anne Welles, Diane Pixley, Sharon Moore, Janet Fish, Pamela Dietrich, Mrs. Herman, SECOND ROW: Andrew DiPirro, Richard Hill, Gerald Pfarner, Connie Grant, Joseph Romance, William Jack- son, Jean Ameis, Patricia Williams, Maureen Gunn, Lorranie Connor, Richard Wilson. BACK ROW: James Cottrlll, David Smith, Arthur Dilloway, Kathleen McGowan, Mary Gubblns, Marcia Garlapo, Ann Lee, Dennis Carlsen, Michael Connors, Jan Coloross, Kenneth Andrews. FRONT ROW: Donald Makowski, Joyce Glaske, Janice Butler, Anne Garbowski, Janis Hornlng, Sandra Smlth, Jennifer Byroads, AHGP98 Hooper, Connie Ritchey, Margaret Baker, James Schnltzler. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Smith, Raymond Baker, Earl Sprague, Patricia Martin, Shirley Burrows, Sandra Rogers, Beverly Brandt, Sandra Woodruff, James Belden, Francis Mummery. THIRD ROW: David Westfall, William Murcin, Louis Ellis, Douglas Byroads, William Meyer, Kenneth Fisher, Ronald.Asnworth, Duane Blnnie, Robert Phair, Edward Fontaine, William Bleyle. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Gary Mould, James Farley, Ronald Barrow. eevelnitlh Grade FRONT ROW: Frenda Stearns, Donna Furlhurt, Gary Vtokaylo, Thomas James, Richard Mattson, Phillin Krutzer, James Wiley, Craig Stone, Kenneth Kittleson, Lewis Hawks, Sandra Ream. PVCONU HOW: Betty Spohr, Mary Lingerfelter, Stephanie Dubay, Joan Norton, Kenneth Fruyere . I Tale Easterly, Phillin Smith, Varol McCloskey, Wendy May, Martha Flynn, Judith Koch. THIRD RPR: Mrs. Vischer, Shirley Gilbert, Judith Carlsen, Larry Rhoads, Stephen Hudson, Vale Keicher, Prwin Nachert, Paul Evans, Karla Howe, Judy Vhair. NIS ING FROM FT'FURF: Patricia Herrlty, Haynel Tmith. 'RK I ' 1 . 7 4 ay.--'il X- 1 , ! :Rh QE? FRONT ROW: Mrs. Gentner, Richard Keem, Connie Benzel,, Donna Montgomery, Margaret Roll, Janet Striker, Sandra Wagner, Nancy Neamon, Gordon Cole. SECOND ROW: Marvin Moore, Connie Nourse, Bonnie Nourse, Donna Rosier, Barbara Ritter, Vicki Kepp, Sandra Owens, Barbara Woodruff, Jack Fisher. THIRD ROW: Larry Andrews, Ronald Ressler, Jon Sherlock, Richard Larimer, Norman Shaw, Howard Grace, Philip Ely. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Joseph Agen, Charles Bookmiller, Sharon Wise. Eighth Grade FRONT ROW: Dennis Dick, Barbara Beach, Nancy Chapman, Nancy Lingenfelter, Sandra Sterns, Barbara Bliss, Ward Newland, Mr. Barnett. SECOND ROW: Janiece Bliss, Nancy Davies, Carol Gilbert, Carolyn Witt, Jeanne Warner, Lois Tilton, Diane Weidmann, Harold Wittmeyer. THIRD ROW: Joseph Hackett, David Bush, Albert Degenfelder, James Barlett, David Bray- miller, John Draves, Otto LaScala. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Sally Sergel, Douglas Domester. FRONT ROW: Eugene Ruhlen, Jay Hakes, Beverly Kerr, Judy Marble, Judith Brandt, Lucille Mazierski, Mary Wiedman, Jean Peters, JoAnn Hamilton, Ronald Casey, Stephen Connors. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stevens, Diane Enders, Elizabeth Shepard, Marsha Redden, Donna Hutton, Alice Clark, Roseanne Allexenberg, Edward Smith. THIRD ROW: Jack Griffith, Gary Barrow, James Holzschuh, James Tracy, Richard Burton, Richard Walrod, Thomas Rosier, Michael Noon, John Apen. MISSING PROM PICTURE: David Ennis. Eighth Grade FRONT ROW: Thomas Hart, David Nichols, Robert Chaffee, Diane Hurlbert, JoAnn Warner, Clara Husted, Paul King, David Montgomery. SECOND ROW: Miss Robertson, Sandra Phillipson Clara Burrows, Jaqulline Crosby, Marjorie Gerstung, Rita Killian, Catharine Hall, Barbara Potter, Yvonne McKinsey. THIRD ROW: Linda Nourse, Priscilla Stockin, Duane DeGo1ier Gary King, David Rule, Gerald Martin, Marilyn Kaye, Mary Lou Walters. FRONT ROW: William Rosier, Mark Honkins, Barbara Kirchmeyer, Jean Viokman, Diann Sweet, Nancy Gorham, Judy Haggerty, Walter Grant, Dennis Hillery. SECOND ROW: Shirley Keem, Kathryn Kibler, Mary Tolhurst, Bruce HofPman,Vernon Hopkins, Wayne Lehning,Beverly Gasper, Yvonne Glasner, Donna Hoyt. THIRD ROW: Anthony Gajewski, James Gunn, Larry Lehning, Donald Franz, Jack Kross, Thamas Hittle, Allen Krat7er, Gerald Washbon, Rrnest Jirak, Bernard Hoffman. MISSING RROM PICTURE: James Vacinek, Jack Fries, Richard Hanson, Phillip Kepp, Sally Hallbauer. Freshmen FRONT ROW: Patricia Day, Anne Clinch, Mary Ellen Childs, Ann Clark, Helen Feraldl, Shirley Fillion, April Conner, Alberta Welles, Linda Williams, Sandra Dustman, SECOND ROW: David Dutton, Melvin Morgan, James Roblee, James Dailey, Nancy Flynn, Lorraine Eberh Norma Ellis, Janet Dornan, Thomas Drennan, Roger Marble, Thomas May, Dale Makowski. THIRD ROW: Donald Meyers, Donald Norton, Roland Welles, Thomas O'Conner, Robert Fillion, Thomas Cotton, Donald Hamm, Charles Doane, Thomas Hackett, Alfred Roll, Gerald Fox. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Joan Fontaine, Richard Doster, Richard Wiedemann. .vi f . 1 FRONT ROW: Beverly Button, Sharon Baker, Linoa Burton,Janet Benjamin,Rebecca Chamberlain, Betty Brigham, Helen Hudson, Joan Conrad, Kathleen Camnhell, Violet Allen, Jean Baker. SECONB ROW: Baniel Boldt, Kenneth Farher, Gary Benzel, Adrienne Brasky, Vary Barvlan , Margaret Blake,Sheila Almeter, Wilma Byroade, Rita Bailey, Nrrman Ameis, William Proskett. THIRD ROW: Bruce Binnie, Shane Casey, Raul Hecht, Lloyd Butler, Willard Alorcw, Charles Blake, philip Chaoman, Rrnald Belden, John Behr, Robert Breitweiser. Freshmen FRONT ROW: Nancy Milgate, Diane Wyllie, Sharon Sampson, Patricia Hackett, Donna Lefort, Catherine Kibler, Shirley Sampson, Carol Leonard. SLCOND ROW: Linda Newman, Jean Moore, Sally Peters, Marjorie Miller,Roxanne Jackson,Lois Phair,Carol Ruhlen, Carol Stortz. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Ressler, Laurene Snyder, Patricia Zielenieski, Bruce Sterns, Ralph Schroeder, Donald Kelly, Norman Suttell, Barbara Morgan, Alice Smith. FRONT ROW: Janet Hoblee, Constance Pearl, Leona Pawlowski, Sharon Jungquist,Nancy Nichols, Joan Smith, Ethel Shepherd, Gretchen Miller, Barbara Streicher. SECOND ROW: James Marsh, kaulette Petrie, Helen Noon, Lillian Porter, Ruby Newell, Judy Whitmer, Elizabeth Porter, Beverly Noon, CRTOL Kaye, Donald Bridenbaker, George Van Derven,'Douglas Moore. THIRD POW: Edward WBlt6F, William Nichols, David Wilson, John Meyerhoff, Glenn Simmons, Elwyn Moore, Clarence Newell, Barry Morgan, Charles MjDk6l, Donald Vacinek. NISQING FRCM PICTURE: Joan Wilbur. Solpbhomores FRONT ROW: Mary Jane Reisdorf, Eileen Hamilton, Anne Dutton, Darlene Davies, hose Jutrzyn- ski, Bonita Langenfeld, Penny House. SECOND ROW: William Hillary, william Griffith, Violet Hart, Elaine Holzschuh, Janet Whitbeck, Geraldine Dziedzic, Jean heem,Davis Garlapo. THIPD ROM: Arthur Athan, Josepn Flynn, Robert Hyman, Lee Lefort, Joseph Hoffman, James Dildine. MISSTNG WRDM PICTURE: william Fillion, Jerry Jivak, Samuel Lee, Donald Knowlton. FRONT ROW: Marc Sampson, Donna Burgess, Barbara Day, Judy Binnie, Marcia Button, Sheila Deering, Bonnie Brzezicki, Cynthia Beach, Parke Davis. SFCOND ROW: Bertram Pleace, Robert Bosseler, Martin Sherlock, Betty Bliss, Frances Kurdziel, Nancy Blum, Garth Brown, Glenn Smith, Morton Banstead. THIRD ROW: Dennis Behr, Roger Ashworth, Conrad Phelps, Gerald Burgess, Franklyn Porter, Nick Phelos, Alfred Burrows, Richard Tilton, Walter Carley. Sololholmolr o M FRONT ROW: Judy Coloross, JoAnn Gerstung, Patricia Evenden, Gail Griffith, Julie Jewert, Barbara Kaye, Sandra Gunn, June Ellis, ose Chamberlain, Mary Clinch. SECOND ROW: Albert Bigelow, Robert Conroy, Molly Dorris, Rae Almeter, Patricia Casey, Barbara Anderson,Judith Drennan, Diana Caner, Margaret Kaiser, Karen Campbell, Gloria Ellis, Robert Burton. BACK ROW: John Bailey, Donald Holmes, Gerald VanOcker,Robert Domes, Gary Vaughn, Horace Gas- per, Ronald Hoyt, John Dawson, John Eidenier, Wesley Dabolt, Elon Eidenier. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Peggy Davidson. Juniors FRONT ROW: Joan Keenan, Sharon Wallace, Adaline Rosier, Betty Norton, Sunnie Springer, Marjorie Koch, Leanne Benzel, Nancy Woodruff, Sharon Lawton, Margaret Weidman, Ann Roche, Shella McKinsey, Susan Kirchmeyer, Etta Mae Neamon, Virginia Lennox, Sharon Marble. SECOND ROW: Patricia Kittleson, Nancy Newman, Carol Winch, Diana Welles, Alice K1bler,Pat- ricia Morgan, Mary Ellen Simons, Nancy Montgomery, Barbara Simmons, Shirley Miller, Alice Keem, Joyce Tolhurst, Cynthia Tracy, Sharon Glasner, Kay Waters. THIRD ROW : Dennis McCutcheon, Philip McNulty, Gary Keicher. 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Wesley Barber nHe that hath knowledge spareth his words.n Dolores Baker NSpeech is silver, silence is go1den.N Joan Bartz NLife is short but sweet.W Kenneth Behr Beverly Binnie "A proper man as one shall "Wit HOW and then Shows VI see in a summer's day.H a Spark' David Blendinger Marie Bliss NMan's the bad child of the NA tender heart, a will univerSe.N inf1exib1e.H Charles Byroads 'There are some who can accomplish anything.H 4 'Q-IJ Dorothy Calteaux HI've lived and loved.N Florence Calkins HOnly so much do I know, as I have lived.H Larry Casey HIt's always well to mix in a little mischief.H 1 Rita Conrad Sharon Casey ' HEverything has a moral 'AS mefry as fge day if only you can find it." 13 long' F Judy Cotton Beverly Davies NHer ways are ways of WAnd heaven has wanted pleasantness.N one immortal song.n Clifford Davies Colleen Davis "As the occasion, so "You are uheasygifguige the behavior." never sailed W1 before.u ' r Gerald Davis Michael DiPirro NA merry heart makes a NLet these describe the cheerful countenance.N indescribable.n John Dutton , Judy Fisher , . ngappy am I. from Care WBe sure you are r1ght, I am free.n than go ahead'n Roger Garbowski Rowena George WAnything for a quiet WShe who laughs best today, life." will also laugh last." :ah XZ. Y , A "n, - , N ,N ' ' Sandra George Linda Gust NEach mind has its own NLet us do or die.N method.H Joan Hackett Geraldine Hanson UThe next day is never as WLove, curiosity, freckles, good as the day before.N and doubt.u Elma Hart Ralph Heineman uHer Voice fits into the HMen are but children of silence, not breaks it.n 3 larger growth-H .Diane Hurlburt Edna Husted NL1fG ls a jest and NEast side, west side, all all fh1HgS show it.H around the town.N Sh H Raymond Kaiser Hnis tis? iymgn WBy the work, one knows s orever, ,, . an . everywhere his place.H the workm Jean Kirsch Hubert Koch NAn ounce of mirth is worth nNever do today what you can a pound of sorrow.H put off until tomorrow.H Sandra Lloyd Larry Mathewson HA smile for every girl, Nwhat should a man do but two for every boy." be merryf' Mary Jane Mayer Georgetta McKinsey nKnow1edge comes of NFaith is a higher faculty n than reason.N learning well retained. N e Alice McNulty Philip Miller NLet not your heart be WEvery addition to true troubled.n knowledge is an addition to human power.n Bonnie Mitchell Marjory Moltrup WLife is an incurable NI have a heart with room disease.N for every joy.n 1 Harold Morgan Sylvia Nichols uwise men say nothing in UEarth sounds my wisdom, dangerous timeS.n and high heaven my fame.N i Carol Owens Ruth Pfarner nShe is a woman and nThe king himself has therefore must be loved.n followed her.n Robert Rakoska Bernadette Reisdorf NSomething between a help NLove is the fulfilling and a. hindrance." of the law." .13 David Reisdorf Gary Rhoads HI am as sober as a judge.N N0h sleep, it is a gentle ' thing.H Robert Ritter Patricia Roche WKnow1edge is more than NLove me, love my dog.n equivalent to force.N Lola Sampson Donna Schickler "'Tis love' alone that turns "It matters not how fone the earthln we llve, but how. ' 4 Mary Ann Schlitz L99 Schnitzqfr nThe gayest laugh that nThe longer One 1lV6i, the was ever heard.n more he learns. Donald Simons Ann Marie Suttell His mind is never hurried.n HA blush is cute, but sometimes inconvenient.W Charles Wallace 'Youth comes but once in lifetime.H Dennis Walrod HI am always in haste but never in a hurry.H Donald White David Woodruff NHard work never killed HHe was a scholar and a ripe and good one.N anybody, but resting is responslble for very few casualties.H Glass Advisers Miss Elizabeth Arthur Mr. Robert Warner - GWIIOIF Pllay li "VZ FI 2A'l'i1J: Joan Hackett, Mary Jane Mayer, Dorothy Calteaux, Rgbgpt E-Iilson, Ruth Pfarncr, Watricia Roche, Beverly Binnie. STANDING: Sylvia Nichols, David heisderf, Mrs. Herman, Charles Byroads, Diane Hurlburt, David Ellendingcr,Florence Calkins, Dhilip Miller, Judy Cotton, Shan Hyman, Alice Flcihxltv, Lee Schnitzler. I A Exk v FRONT ROW: Clifford Davies, Michael Di Pirro, Elma Hart, SECOND ROW: Gerald Davis,Roger Garbowski. THIRD ROW: Ralph Heineman, John Dutton. STAND- ING: Judy Fisher, Geraldine Hanson, Sandra George, Rowena George, Joan Hackett, Colleen Davis, Linda Gust, Diane Hurl- burt, Edna Husted. ermionlrs elnioblrs FRONT ROW: Judy Cotton,Dolores Baker,Joan Bartz, David Blend- inger, Margaret Agen. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Behr, Florence Ca1kins,Bever1y Binnie,Bever1y Davies, Sharon Casey, Marie Bliss, Rita Conrad. THIRD ROW: Wesley Barber, Larry Casey, Dorothy Calteaux, Charles By- roads. Seniors FRONT ROW: Ruth Pfarner, Carol Owens, Mary Jane Mayer, Sylvia Nichols. SECOND ROW: Larry Mathewson, Sandra Lloyd,Harold Morgan,Marjory Moltrup, Bonnie Mitchell, Georgette McKinsey, Alice McNulty. THIRD ROW: Ray- mond Kaiser, Jean Kirsch. BACK ROW: Philip Miller, Hubert Koch, Shan Hyman. FRONT ROW: David Woodruff, Lee Schnitzler. Charles Wallace, David Reisdorf, SECOND ROW: Pat Roche, Lola Sampson,Dona1d Wh1te,Bernadette Reisdorf, Ann Suttell, Mary Ann Schiltg Millard Young. BACK ROW: Gary Rhoads, Donald Simons, Robert Ritter, Robert Rakoska, Dennis SIWECJDIFS f.'633'11g5E5E3' Aw jiff' Class ll-History Dear Diary: CSeptember 19451 On September 1945 the future class of 1958 took its first step toward graduation by entering kindergarten. Here everyone went through the process of learning to count. to say the alpha- bet, and to participate in the traditional kindergarten band. The noise was terrific when everyone started pounding sticks, beating the drums, and shaking the tambourines. Bewildered as each one of us was, we shyly made friends and later enga ed in many famous battles over blocks, sand tools,and the paints gwhich were occasionally used in spreading the measles over classmates' faces.: As we climbed upward into first and then second grade, we collected skinned shins, many Hdamp hankies,N and a number of vicious enemies who threw spit balls for revenge. Skipping gayly into 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th, we soon were ready for graduation from grade school and the big slide into Junior High. Dear Diary: QSeptember 19511 As I peered down the long, empty. halls that my class was soon to fill, it seemed impossible that I had finally made the half way mark in my education. Those drinking fountains were so far from the floor that I had to stretch extremely hard to reach them. The lockers were lined row upon row and I wondered how I would manage to Whitn the right one when everyone else was madly rushing from one class to another. I simply felt lost when they handed me my schedule which was to be my guide for the rest of the year. I didn't get the hang of things as quickly as I should have. The teachers seemed to be quite a bit sharper than they used to be in the grades. One had to be a pretty sharp look-out to slide past their eagle-eye vision. Gradually I became an ex- pert paper-wad-shooter and a crack-shot water pistol kid. Dear Diary: KSeptemberfl9547 School, as I soon discovered, wasn't all work and no play but a most enjoyable medium of both. Many new students came to the central school from the rural and district schools. I, along with the rest of my class, now could choose the subjects which we thought were best suited to our needs and which would hold our interest for the next four years. Mrs. Falsion gave us a picnic at her home in Rushford where we went swimming, picnicked, and had an exciting time. For our class officers we elected Beth Calkins as President, David Davies as Vice President.Alice MgNu1- ty as Secretary, and Judy Cotton as Treasurer. Our gdviggrs were Mr. Koch and Miss Esmond. Each member of the class was initiated at the Freshman-Sophomore party where Alice McNulty queen and Dee Schnitzler was chosen king. was chosen Dear Diary: CSeptember l955D During my Sophomore year my class sponsored a private skat- ing party at Orchard Park. Many of us soon found that the floor wasn't as soft as it appeared but we readily adjusted to this situation by staying on our feet instead of investing in a third roller skate for the spot on which we so often landed. For our class officers we chose David Blendinger as President, Beverly Binnie as Vice President, Marg Agen as Secretary, and Judy Cotton as Treasurer. Our advisors were Miss Shadbolt and Mr. Tullar. Each one of the class enjoyed the Freshman-Sophomore party which we held for the class of '59. Dear Diary: fSeptember 19561 This was the year my class was allowed to sponsor money mak- ing dances and other activities. The Soda Pop Hop in November and the Cupid's Caper in February were both great successes. Marg Agen was crowned queen at the Cupid Caper Dance. The Junior plays which were a shining spectacle were Balcony Scene, A Night in the Country, and 12 0'C1ock Murder. Dear Diary: QJune 19575 Paint, papers, scissors and many busy fingers finished the decorations in record time for the Junior Prom ---- Stairway to thi Stars where Marie Glasner was crowned queen. A skating party was held at Skateland in Buffalo and our stationery sale was a tre- mendous success when we proved we could top last year's sales record. For class officers we elected David Blendinger as Presi- dent, Lee Schnitzler as Vice President, Marg Agen as Secretary, and Judy Cotton as Treasurer. Our class advisors were Miss Min- nick and Mr. Warner. Dear Diary: CSeptember 19571 As I entered the halls of old A.C.S. once again, it hardly seemed possible that this was to be my last year. As we called our last election meeting to order, we elected Lee Schnitzler as President, Shan Hyman as Vice President, Marg Agen as Secretary, and Judy Cotton as Treasurer. Our advisors were Miss Arthur and Mr. Warner. Throughout the year the class had many wonderful activities. Among these were the magazine sale which exceeded last year's records, the Senior play entitled The Little Q23 Laughed, and the last Senior sponsored dance held at Christmas time which was the Snowflake Fantasy. Packing for the Washington trip was filled with so much hus- tle and bustle that I feared I would miss the bus but all went well and soon Washington, D. C. loomed ahead of us. Fun,excite- ment, adventures and a most happy time were had by all. No one has ever seen a senior class that was more tired, but happy, than the Class of '58 as they returned home. After many worn out pens, broken pencils, plus a basket full of tired hands, year books were signed and all that was left were the finals and the long awaited step which made us eligible te enter Seeiety. Dear Diary: CJune 1958-Graduation Nightl It was sad, but oh so wonderful. I can hardly believe that it has happened. Graduation is behind me and so are all of the wonderful parties that were held after graduation when everyone said final farewells and good lucks. Some we will never see again, others will work at the desks next to each other in some business office, still others will go to farms and raising crops and stock, some will even reach out for the star that they have been wishing on and climb to the very top of the ladder of suc- cess. Whatever their ambition, wherever they go, God will bless and watch each one. Now I would like to thank you, dear A. C. S. for making my life such a happy one and for giving me the training for life's work. It seems hard to swallow this huge lump that is my throat as I try to think of all the times I have cheered my school teams to victory and won't be able to do anymore. I thank the teachers for trying to understand me when I became difficult and confused in climbing the long towering stairway to graduation My class and I would like to say this to the succeeding classes who will so deservingly take our places--The class of 1958 feels that its history has a certain significance to one and all in- volved. Each one has done a great deal in making our class the fine example that it has been. We will never forget the twelve years we have spent in Arcade Central or the many friends we have made while here. Carry on, Class of '59, and may you and the classes that follow you enjoy and receive as much from your school years, especially your Senior year, as we the class of 1958 did. my in Cllass Winn We, the class of l958,Arcade Central School, Town of Arcade, County of Wyoming, and State of New York, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by us. First, We direct that all our just graduating expenses be fully paid and satisfied, as soon as conveniently may be, after our departure from A. C. S. Second, We give, devise, and bequeath unto those fortunate children remaining in our Alma Mater after our departure indivi- dual bequests as follows: SANDRA LLOYD wills her clarinet to John 0'Dell: MARY JANE MAYER, her pink bermudas to Bob Fillion, and LARRY MATHEWSON, his speedy football shoes to Sharon Glasner in hopes she might get to class on time. BONNIE MITCHELL bequeaths her hated baggy blue coat to Wesley Dabolt, PHILIP MILLER, his loud and flashy striped socks to Mr. Garlapo, CHARLES WALLACE, the curl from his hair to Bruce Palmerton, and DONALD WHITE, his jitterbugging ability to Diane Caner. DENNIS WALROD wishes to leave his bottle openers to Gary Keicher, MARGARET AGEN, her look of sophistication to Kay Waters, and WESLEY BARBER, his pole-vaulting pole to Sharon Marble. MARIE BLISS wills the box that her diamond ring came in to a hopeful Junior girl, DOROTHY CALTEAUX,her gay giggle to Margaret Weidman, SHARON CASEY, her 200-mile-an-hour tongue to Gerald Van0cker, and SYLVIA NICHOLS, her ability to chew gum to Mrs. Ryan, and EDNA HUSTED. her used eyebrow pencils to Rose Chamberlain. GARY RHOADS wishes to leave his used Toni home permanent kits to Jerry Eiden- ier, BERNADETTE REISDORF, her pencil stubs, worn out from writing love letters, to Bob Hyman, DAVID WOODRUFF, his sleeping ability in classes to Peggy Davidson, and LARRY CASEY, his mischievous- ness to Alice Keem. ALICE MCNULTY wills her blond hair to Pat McFal1, DOLORES BAKER, her quiet manner to Helen Noon, and CHARLES BYROADS, his expensive-looking car to JoAnn Gerstung. ROBERT RAKOSKA bequeaths his sideburns to Ronald Hoyt, DONALD SIMONS, his cracked test tubes to anybody who takes biology, and GERALDINE HANSON, her freckles to Mr.McGowan so that he can add them to his collection. GEORGETTA MCKINSEY wishes to leave her long pink fingernails to Ann Roche: FLORENCE CALKINS. her light bulb for her brilliant ideas to Charles Mayer, RITA CONRAD, her formula for super-duper pearly white teeth to Robert Miller, and CLIFFORD DAVIES, his Bugs Bunny chuckle to Pat Casey. ROBERT RITTER wills his sharpf shooting, trigger happy answers in class to Edward Nourse, LEE SCHNITZLER, his leadership ability to the future president of the class of '59, and MARY ANN SCHLITZ, her fancy hair clips and bar- ettes to Marjorie Koch. C L A S S 'W I L L K c o n t. I JEAN KIRSCH bequeathsuher pleasant disposition to Martin Sherlock, ROGER GARBOWSKI,his cool and calm look to Sheila McKin- sey, and RAYMOND KAISER, his ability to ask girls for dates to Robert Domes, ANN MARIE SUTTELL wishes to leave her innocent look to John Eidenierg HAROLD MORGAN, his look of maturity to James Killian: BEVERLY BINNIE, her ability to make service men her friends to Sandra Gunn, and DIANE HURLBURT, her ability to make faces at Mr. McGowan to Virginia Lennox. PATRICIA ROCHE wills her kissing parts in plays to Julie Jewertg LOLA SAMPSONQ her Hollywood hairdo to Bonnie Brzezickig and BEVERLY DAVIES, her bus ticket stubs to Mr. Minkler. HUBERT KOCH bequeaths his tuba to Butch Bigelow, JUDY COTTON, her four- year job as treasurer to anyone who can stand the headaches. DONNA SCHICKLER wishes to leave her fun rollerskating to Barbara Simmons, JOAN BARTZ, her even temper to Bob Hopkins, KEN- NETH BEHR. his friendliness to Nancy Newman: and COLLEEN DAVIS, her Plymouth fury to Pat Evenden. GERALD DAVIS wills his water skis to Edward Walterg JOHN DUTTON, his arguments to Sunnie Springer, MICHAEL DI PIRRO, the nerve it took to enter the Senior class of '58 to a future new comer, and JUDY FISHER, her Elvis Presley pictures to Molly Dorris. ROWENA GEORGE bequeaths her carefree attitude to Diane Welles, LINDA GUST, her chocolate bars to Mrs. Prenticegand RALPH HEINEMAN, his masculine physique to Larry King. MARJORY MOLTRUP wishes to leave her height to Nancy Montgomeryg CAROL OWENS, her short hair to Rae Almeterg RUTH PFARNER, her driver's license to someone who knows how to use a cargand DAVID REISDORF, his quietness to Joyce Tolhurst. DAVID BLENDINGER wills his clowning ability to Mr. Douglass, and SHAN HYMAN, his gym shorts to Carol Winch. JOAN HACKETT bequeaths her wandering pocketbook to Judy Coloross in hopes she can hang on to it better, and ELMA HART, her innocent smile to Leanne Benzel. Finally, We give, devise, and bequeath to our school, Arcade Central, all the rest, residue, and remainder of our estate, both real and personal, of every kind and description, wheresoever situate, which we may own or have the right to dispose of at the time of our departure. In Witness Whereof, we, the class of 1958, the testators, have set our hand and seal hereto this twenty-fourth day of June in thebyear of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty-eight 1958. CSealP Signed, sealed, published and declared as and for our last will and testament by the class of 1958, the above-named testa- tors, in the presence of us, who, at their request and in the presence of them and of each other, have subscribed our names hereto as witnesses on the day and year last aforesaid. Cllass Prophecy JUNE 17, 1958 Dear Diary I guess it must be natural for a senior to feel as I do near my last days of school. It seems that each day can not last long enough. Frequently old school-day memories come back to me and I wish I could live those days all over again. However, I guess dreaming will do no good or get me nowhere. Speaking of dreams, last night I had a very unusual dream. I dreamed that I awoke in the morning to find myself ten years in the future. This is a brief account of my subconscious adventure It was very exciting and strange. I found myself in a large home, beautifully furnished, with all the modern conveniences. This period was called the Push Button Age, a time not hard to discover since my surroundings certainly revealed that. Where should I start??? Which button should I push first??? What would happen??? All such questions went through my mind. I finally started my venture in the living room. The first button I pushed turned on the television. The show about to be presented was being sponsored by the Chrysler Corporation, of which Gerald Davis had become the head. Mr. Davis' office staff was so attractive that he used them as part of his advertisement. His secretarial staff consisted of Alice McNulty, Joni Hackett, Rowena George, and Diane Hurlburt. Between laughs,they made very successful secretaries and, by the way, looked very becoming on the air. On a different channel I found Patricia Roche starring in her own television series entitled WLiving with Patty.N Sponsor- ing her show were the Avon Cosmetics, the correct use of which was demonstrated by Dorothy Calteaux. Dorothy had become head of the Avon Cosmetic Company. Looking up through my glass ceiling, I saw a helicopter buzzing around. It soon landed and, to my amazement, Jean Kirsch and Sharon Casey came out and greeted me. They informed me that they enjoyed a recent trip around the world. Also they told me that Georgetta McKinsey had become a very successful airline hostess. Suddenly a very strange sensation went through me. I thought the house was moving and, sure enough, it was. The house was being moved in order to avoid the sun's bright rays. An invention for moving houses to suit one's taste had been patented by Donald Simons, David Woodruff, and Larry Casey. CLASS PROPHECY fcont.7 Now with the house turned about, I could see Main Street. A large truck passed by. The truck was not so unusual, but the lettering on it took my attention. It read, nCl1ff's Chevrolet Sales and Service.N Clifford Davies had acquired his own Chevro- let plant. The next car that went by I did not recognize. Later I found out it was a DePirromobile. Michael DePirro had recently patented the car. Marjorie Moltrup was driving the car. She Was the f1rSf person to purchase Mike's sports auto and, by the way, was a test driver for various sports car manufacturers. I decided to go outside and explore the outside world. Before I got out,someone came to the door giving out free samples of a new doughnut recipe, compliments of nBakers' Bakery,n run by Dolores Baker. Finally getting outside,I decided to hire a taxi and explore the town. Right at my service was WMathewsons' Taxi Service for Blondes.N Of course, this meant women only. Larry Mathewson gladly took me for a scenic tour of the town. While on this ride, I found out many interesting facts from Larry. Among these were that Beverly Binnie and Sylvia Nichols had become fashion models for Macey's in New York City, Robert Ritter was giving outer space flying lessonsg Judy Cotton had become treasurer of the General Electric Company: Marie Bliss had become a famous commercial artistgBeverly Davies and Sandra Lloyd were playing for the New York Philharmonic Orchestrag Raymond Kaiser, John Dutton, and David Reisdorf were leaders of the Amer- ican Dairy Association and were very successful farmers, Sandra George was running her own detective agency for women's strayed meng and Edna Husted was working as beauty assistant to NCandy Jones.' As we proceeded, I saw a state trooper on the sidewalk. He looked like David Blendinger and,sure enough, he was. Here I left the taxi and talked with him. He informed me that he had found his happiness with Ruth Pfarner, and Ruth was still teaching. I noticed a sign on a nearby building reading nDon's Dancing Studio.H Dave told me that Donald White had taken over Arthur Murray's dancing studio. Also, he said that Dee Schnitzler had recently received 'his bache1or's degree and was rapidly becoming a millionaire. He had many employees in his newly acquired indus- trial plant and among them were Carol Owens, one of his stenog- raphers, and Donna Schickler, one of his bookkeepers. Carol and Donna both agreed that Dee was very easy to get along with and work for. C L A S S P R minutes with Dave, I started to walk of girls in a saw the center After chatting a few home. I noticed a group they were gathered, when I Behr and Charles Byroads were on furlough On the way home I bought the evening I was surprised to see that Philip Miller 0 P H E C Y K c o n t. D huddle and wondered why of attraction. Kenneth from the service. paper. Glancing at it, was Editor-in-Chief of the paper. Philip had become very successful and was highly regarded in his field. At last I was able to sit down and read the paper, I found out many interesting facts. Mary Jane Mayer had become a suc- cessful nurse in Californiag Colleen Davis had become the world's water skiing championg Geraldine Hanson had become N. Y. State's speed typistg Robert Rakoska, Roger Garbowski, Wesley Barber, and Gary Rhoads were still unheard of since their recent trip to outer space, Rita Conrad, Mary Ann Schiltz, Joan Bartz, and Ann Suttell owned a cottage in Florida, and all have secretarial jobs thereg Judy Fisher and Bonnie Mitchell had become leaders of a nationwide rock and roll fan club. Also, I learned that Margaret Agen had become New York State's leading cheerleader: Florence Calkins had won the teacher-of-the-year award, Hubert Koch was recovering rapidly after one of his experiments in a laboratory had not worked out as plannedg and Lola Sampson had joined the Waves and was enjoying-her job. After I finished'reading the paper, I turned on the tele- vision. Who should I see but Dennis Walrod. He had succeeded Gary Moore on the WGary Moore Show,n and it was now called the 'Dennis Walrod Show.N Wallace. After this was very surprised to Morgan playing in the Appearing as his stage manager was Charles program, the Rose Bowl Game came on, and I see Shan Hyman, Ralph Heineman, and Harold game. After the game,Linda Gust, Elma Hart, and Bernadette Reisdorf appeared on my television screen. Their show was called WThe Hart, Gust, and Reisdorf Better Homemaking Show.n Well, dear diary, that was my dream. Fantastic as it may seem, I believe there might well be a good deal of truth in it. A suitable ending to this entry might well be that uTime will tell! 1953 2 . I Of RIVGP . was e V5 A Song from the Lower Mxssiss 6569 Arr. for Mixed Voices by S,A, If B. , HENRI ELKAN PIANO SOP I 1, TN ln.. A' .U- X H!! f '1 lI'I'i rv, 'ill yn. 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V 'lx' um! 31 Q, Pf 1? ,.1g . V-1 ,, Ar : -A Q. .lv Aj :I ICHVQ i H43 -du, AE. 1, , . Q'-,iff-Q. ' 3-'4'- 4 z rv", ,fi 'L J, Siivs ' gf 4 fl ' YZ.-2' 1 , .1 qi ' , 'L .i 3 , 1 , f .-1 iz PQ" rf 4 Fr I fl'i'sxf .1-. iskiijl vi , 1 .H'U9fffs- ff- ' V51 .1 :kv-': fr' 'Iii la 1375 in ii' ali: if 32555 h nr. Sf ". '? JL' 2. ff T4 .x , -t i ,wwq V51 ' K 'N a..w 1.. H , '- 1-H -M 5 51: ... vc: f I .V :'7' ' 5 6'Air-, ' 1 4 + v 1. 1 1, Z SEATED: Geraldine Hanson, Marie Bliss, Georgetta McKinsey, Mary Ann Schiltz, Edna Husted, Alice McNulty, Sandra George, Judy Cotton. SECOND ROW: Judy Fisher, Ann Suttell, Rita Conrad, Carol Owens, Dorothy Calteaux, Diane Hurlhurt, Joan Hackett, Joan Bartz, Rowena George. BACK ROW: Mrs. Ryan, Robert Ritter, Shan Ryman, Mr. McGowan. Edlaclra Sitaiiif "lTheac'es Sitenifif FRONT ROW: Sharon Lawton, JoAnn Gerstung, June Ellis, Sylvia Nichols, Alice McNulty,Edna Husted, Judy Cotton, Ann Roche. SECOND ROW: Pat Roche, Sheila McKinsey, Peggy Davidson, Mary Ann Schlltz, Sunnie Springer, Sharon Marble. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Weitz, Nancy wogdruff, Pat Casey, Nancy Montgomery, Mary Jane Mayer, David Blendinger, Charles Byroads, Philip Miller, Shirley Miller, Alice Kibler, Alice Keem, Margaret Kaiser, Joan Keenan, Wilson Sink, Mrs. Herman. v Q , P Q g 3 Y I M FRONT ROW: Judith Brandt, Diane Pixley, Judith Haggerty, Pamela Dietrich, Janet Fish, Jean Keem, Beverly Davies, Marcia Button, Margaret Weidman, Sally Peters, Marjorie Button, Sandra Lloyd, Kathleen McGowan. SECOND ROW: Edmund Beck, Donna Hutton, Conrad Phelps, Joseph Romance, David Dutton, Wayne Lehning, Rose Jutrzynski, Barbara Simmons. PhiliD Chapman, Diane Hurlburt, James Marsh, Harold Morgan, Albert Bigelow, Hubert Koch, John Griffith, Mr. Minkler. THIRD ROW: Carole Ruhlen, Dennis Fries, Theodore Bosworth, Marc Sampson, William Broskett, John Agen, David Wilson, Melvin Morgan, Bonnie Mitchell, Roger Ashworth, Glenn Smith. Senior and Junior and FRONT ROW: Eugene Ruhlen Jr., Beverly Brandt, Kenneth Bruyere, Ronald Ely, Thomas James, Philip Kratzer, Ronald Casey, Patricia Williams, Esther Roll, Jane Haggerty, Beverly But- ton, Terence Wells. SECOND ROW: Edmund Beck, Brenda Stearns, Wendy May, David Lewis, Corinne Broskett, Cyril Merrick, Russell Powell, Richard Keem, Kenneth Whiting, Donald Bosworth, Roger Gorham Jr., Gerald Pfarner, Sharon Moore, Kenneth Kidieson, Karla Howe, Sandra Keem, David Bush, Mr. Minkler. THIRD ROW: Lewis Hawks, Dale Mathewson, Nancy Meyen Craig Stone, Dennis Carlsen, Robert Noel, Gary Barrow, Richard Hill, Richard Burton, Paul Evans, Dale Keicher, David Smith, Richard Wilson, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Patricia Wilber. - - 3 . ' eay., Ewa, . Mm 1 . , I , is 4 A - t .. ...I I D T F FRONT ROW: Roger Bishoff, Linda Crabb, Rita Bosworth, Diane Harrison, Judith King, Jane Dawson, Deborah Wallace, Diana Kratzer, Darleen Pixley, Gary Bray, Richard Wallace, Gordon Falconer, Thomas Hartley, Jeffrey Mason. SFCOND ROW: Mr. Minkler, Lawrence Clark, Thomas Wilson, Josenh Beck,Ralph Evans, Gerald Tinch,Harold Matuszak, Michael Drake, David Stevens, Diana Dearing, Robert Strong, David Neamon, Allen Bis- hoff. giilrnnelrs' and aumc and FRONT ROW: Wayne Lehning, Conrad Phelos, Rose Jutrzynski, Sandra Lloyd, Gail Griffith. SECOND ROW: Mr. Minkler, Theodore Bosworth, Albert Bigelow, Philip Ghanman, Jgmeg Marsh, Robert Miller, David Wilson, John Griffith. MISSING FROM DTCTURR: Dale Keicher, Innmu 114' .. .l...... FRONT ROW: Violet Hart, Betty Bliss, Nancy Blum, Barbara Day, June Ellis,Barbara Anderson, Patricia Casey, Judy Whitmer, Patricia Morgan, Rose Chamberlain, Sheila Dearing, Bonnie Brzezicki, Rose Jutrzynski, Sunnie Springer. SECOND ROW: Margaret Weidman, Nancy Nichols, Mary Barvian, Ruby Newell, James Marsh, James Dailey, Donald Meyers, Albert Bigelow, John Eidenier, Phillip Chanman, Gerald Westfall, George VanDerven, Norman Ameis, Donna Lefort, Cynthia Beach, Sharon Wallace. THIRD ROW: Kay Waters, Patricia Kittleson, Beverly Binnie, Leanne Benzel, Gary Benzel, Garth Brown, Gerald VanOcker, Elon Eidenier, Roger Garbowskl, Robert Burton, Margaret Agen, Barbara Kaye, Patricia Evenden, Sharon Glasner, Mr. Kellogg. FOURTH ROW: Elma Hart, Gail Griffith, Diana Caner, Geraldine Dziedzic, Donald Franz, Gary Vaughan, Horace Gasper,John O'Dell, Pat McFall,Dennis Walrod, Edwin Nourse,Richard Tilton, Rae Almeter, Beverly Davies, Sandra Lloyd, Carol Winch. MISSING FROM PICTURE: Bernadette Reisdorf, Donna Schiokler, Sylvia Nichols, Willard Aldrow, Wilson Sink, Jack Kross. lixvilixscil Glhcorus Girlls' Chorus FRONT ROW: Beverly Kerr, Beverly Wutton, Patricia Day, Shirley Sampson, Nancy Gorham,Janet Benjamin, Linda Burton, Nancy Milgate, Mr. Kellogg. SNCoND Row: Ann Clark, Ann Clinch, Betty Brigham, Rebecca Chamherlain,Carolyn Ressler, Lynda Williams, Alberta Welles, Sharon Sampson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Morgan, Helen Feraldi, Margaret Blake, Donna Hoyt, Sheila Almeter, Beverly Gasper, Yvonne Glasner, Shirley Fillion, Diann Sweet. I - 4 I - - G T ' ALL STATE LNTRANTS: FRONT ROW: Albert Bigelow, Kay Waters, Elma Hart, Margaret Weidman, Sylvia Nichols, Donald Meyers. SLCCND ROW: James Marsn,Beverly Binnie, Margaret Amen, Diane Hurlburt, Sandra Lloyd, Beverly Davies,Mr. Kellogg. THIRD ROW: Elon Eidenier, Dennis Walrod, Pat McFall, Jenn O'Dell, Gerald VanOcker, John Eidenier. IMIMSC MLN'S DOHVLL QHARTET: FRONT ROW: Albert Bivelow, Elon Bidenier, Donald Meyers, James Marsh, Mr. Kelloqn. SECOND ROW: Gerald VanOcker,John O'Dell, Pat McFall, Dennis Walrod. T O MIXED DOUBLE QUARTQT: FRONT RCW: Kay Waters, Leanne Benzel, Margaret Agen, Beverly Davies, Mr. Kellogg. BACK ROW: Albert Bigelow, Gerald VanOcker, John O'Dell, Dennis Walrod. IFCJDUIIICDS A. C. BTTLS. FRONT ROW: Sylvia Nichcls, Leanne Benzel, Elma Hart, Nr. Kellorm. RACK ROW: Beverly Pinnie, Patricia Morgan, Barbara Anderson,Diane hurlbnrt, Beverly Davies. MlSniVG FROM PIQTVRL: Donna Schickler. J FRONT ROW: Raymond Garlapo, Var. Coach, Rauber Ryan, Ath. Dir., Charles Byroads, Elwyn Moore, Thomas Cotton, Robert Hopkins, Edwin Nourse, Shan Hyman, Hubert Koch, David Blen- dinger, Harold Morgan, Gary Keicher, Larry Mathewson, Charles Wallace, Mgr. SECOND ROW: Carl Chotoff, J.V. Coach, Robert Warner, Var. Coach, Gerald Davis, Edward Walter, Ralph Heineman, Dennis Walrod, Gary Benzel, Richard Doster, Glenn Simmons, Ove Johannson, Elon Eidenier, Robert Miller, Jack Fries, James Schnitzler,Asst. Mgr., Charles Mayer, J.V. Mgr. THIRD ROW: William Nichols, James Dildine, Davis Garlapo, David Wilson, Gerard Washbon, Lloyd Butler, Bernard Hoffman, Vernon Hopkins, Douglas Moore, James Strong, Alan Kraetzer, Nick Phelps, John Meyerhoff,John Eidenier, Richard Tilton,Garth Brown, Robert Breitweiser, Gerald Fox, Asst. Mgr., James Belden, Asst. Mgr. Fcbcmitlbballll Wrestling FRONT ROW: Robert Breitweiser, William Rosier. SECOND ROW: Vernon Hopkins, Bernard Hoffman, James Killian, Dennis Hillery, William Hillery. THIRD ROW: Mr. Carl Brown, As- sistant Coachg Hubert Koch, Dennis Behr, Dennis Walrod, Jack Kross, Joseph Hoffman, Robert Hopkins, Larry Lehnlng, Mr. David Barnett, Coach. LEFT TO RIGHT: Bruce Hoffman, Mgr., Robert Hyman, Bruce Palmerton, Edward Walter, John Eidenier, Elon Eidenier, Gary Benzel, Charles Wallace, Shan Hyman, Capt.: John O'Uel1, Mr. Hickey, Coach, Michael DiPirro, Mgr. Varsity aslkieitlballll Jar. Varsity FRONT ROW: Davis Garlapo, Douglas Moore, JamesDi1din6. Kent Kohnken, Ronald Be1den,Jerry Fox, James Marsh, Bruce Hoffman, Mgr. SECOND ROW: Mr. Affronti, Coachg Jack Fries, John Meyerhoff, Robert Hyman, Donald Ham ,John O'Del1, John Dawson, Paul Hecht,Michael D1Pirro, Mgr. FRONT ROW: Patricia Hackett, Patricia Day, Cynthia Beach, Sharon Wallace, Sunnie Springer, Lola Sampson, Leanne Benzel,SylVia Nichols, Carol Leonard, Alberta Welles, Sharon Sampson, Diane Wyllie, Shirley Sampson, Nancy Milgate, Sharon Marble, Joan Keenan, Barbara Kirch- meyer. SECOND ROW: Sharon Glasner, Margaret Blake, Ethel Shepard, Donna Hoyt, Laurene Snyder, Diane Welles, Ruby Newell, Judith Drennan, Alice Keem, Barbara Day, Sheila Dear- ing, Janet Whitbeck, Nancy Nichols, Janet Jungquist, Anne Dutton, THIRD ROW: Nancy Wood- ruff, Carol Kaye, Yvonne Glasner, Margaret Kaiser, Patricia Evenden, Nancy Montgomery, Pa- tricia Morgan, Barbara Anderson, Patricia Casey, Nancy Blum, Geraldine Dziedzic, Beverly Gasper, Marcia Button, Shirley Fillion, Barbara Kaye. l Al I FRONT ROW: Kay Waters, Judy Coloross, Elizabeth Norton, Susan Kirchmeyer, Jeanne Moore, Adrienne Brasky , Marjorie Koch, Connie Lou Pearl, Janet Roblee, Sandra Gunn, Linda Newmay Lynda Williams, Joan Conrad, Donna Lefort,, Barbara Streicher, Judy Haggerty. SECOND ROW: Patricia Kittleson, Sharon Casey, Ruth Pfarner, Judy Binnie, Janet Dornan, Nancy Flynn, Carol Winch, Patricia Zielenieski, Julie Jewert, Jean Kirsch, June Ellis, Ann Roche, Mary Barvian, Sally Peters, Mary Clinch, Rose Jutrynski. THIRD ROW: 'JoAnn. Gerstung, Colleen Davis, Sandra Lloyd, Mary Tolhurst, Sheila Almeter, Mary Jane Mayer, Barbara Simmons, Karen Campbell, Mary Ellen Simons, Helen Noon, Norma Ellis, Lorraine Ebert, Bonnie Brzezicki, Jean Keem, Diana Caner. LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Agen, Patricia Casey, Mgr., Rowena George, Sharon Casey, Carol Winch, Kay Waters, Joan Hack- ett, Judy Coloross. Varsity AJ' V. pelraitolrs FRONT ROW: Mr. Blakeley,Gerald Jirak,John Eidenier. BACK ROW: Robert Burton, Kenneth Behr, Robert Hyman,Dav1d Blendinger, Richaro Tilton, Morton Ren- stead. eerlleadlers -Jlr. Varsity FRONT ROW: Sharon Sampson, Sheila Dearing. SECOND ROW: Yvonne Glasner, Ethel Shepard. BACK ROW: Sheila Almeter, Diane Wyllie, Patricia Kittle- son, Carol Kaye. FRONT ROW: Gerald Davis, Elwyn Moore, Edward Walter, John Meyerhoff, Elon Eidenier, Larry Mathewson, James Dildine. SECOND ROW: Coach Rauber J. Ryan, John Eidenier, Phillip McNulty, Robert Hyman, Robert Miller, Bruce Palmerton, Manager Charles Doane. Varsity asia-akoallll Jr. Varsity FRONT ROW: Garry Benzel, Gerald Fox, William Broskett, Garth Brown, Thomas May, Douglas Moore, William Hillery. SECOND ROW: Coach Hickey, Robert Bossler, John Leonard, Anthony Gajewski, Paul Hecht, John Fries, Mark Sampson, Parke Davis, Roger Ashworth, David Dutton, Manager. I I - .. l FRONT ROW: Norman Amies, Fred Bailey, Robert Conroy, Wesley Barber, Gerald Fox, Elon Eidenier, James Dildine, John Eidenier, Jack Fries, Charles Wallace. SECOND ROW: Davis Garlapo, Gerald Westfall, Gary Benzel, Garth Brown, Edward Walter, Kent Kohnken, James Gunn, Samuel Lee, Barry Morgan, Bruce Bennie, James Marsh, Theodore Bosworth. THIRD ROW: Paul Hect, Charles Byroads, Bruce Palmerton.John Meyerhoff, Shan Hyman, Robert Hyman, Don- ald Hamm, John Dawson, John Leonard, Jack Kress, Philip McNulty. Sports Cllulb F.F. . FRONT ROW: Donald Bridenbaker, Douglas Moore, Martin Sherlock, Donald Vacinek, Morton Ben- stead, Kenneth Barber, George Van Dervan, SECOND ROW: James Ruhlen, Bruce Stearns, Richard Winch, Walter Grant, Raymon Kaiser, Alfred Roll, Roger Marble, Dale Makowski, Mr. Warner. THIRD ROW: Larry Lehning, David Reisdorf, Gerald Davls, Lloyd Butler, Ralph Heineman, Lee Lefort, Ernest Zirak, Wesley Dabolt, MISSING FROM PICTURE: Richard Wiedemann, I: V5 Koch Nancy ROW: C thi T c Sandra Gunn Sandra Lloyd Diana Caner, Marjorie , riigiin, Rutnyllgfariel-Ta gacomn Row: M158 snadbon, ffoyce Tolnurst, Rae Almeuar, Ronald Hoyt, Larry King, Donald Holmes, Kent Kohnken, Molly Dorris, Jean Kirsch, Sharon Casey. French Club Lewin C2lluI.5b: FIRST ROW: Catherine Kibler, Linda Newman, Betty Norton, Kathleen Camphell,Sharon Wallace, Helen Hudson, Jean Moore, Nancy Newman,Patricia Zielenieski, Florence Calkins,Mary Clinch, Bonita Langenreld, Gretchen Miller, Patricia Roche, Kay Waters, Judy Coloross,Thomas May. SECOND ROW: Elaine Holzschuh, Diana Caner, Joan Smith, Beverly Binnie, Sharon Casey, Cynthia Tracy, Gail Griffith, Molly Dorris, Mary Ellen Simons, Mary Jane Mayer, Karen Campbell, Rae Almeter, Sheila Almeter, Joyce Tolhurst, Mary Tolhurst, Miss Shadbolt. THIRD ROW: Alan Kratzer, Robert Miller, Dennis Walrod, Donald White, Ronald Hoyt,Philip Miller, John Meyerhoff, Charles Wallace, Jack Fries, Ronald Belden, John Behr, Thomas Hackett, Davis Garlapo. I Q I' FRONT ROW: Miss Breen, Kathleen Campbell, Uynthia Beach, Sharon Wallace, Carol Ruhlen, Leanne Benzel, Betty Norton, Mary Alice Clinch, Etta Mae Neamon. SECOND ROW: Connie Pearl, Marjorie Koch,Sandra Gunn, Rose Chamberlain,Patricia Morgan, Kathryn Kibler, Molly Dorris, Nancy Newman, Sally Hallbauer. THIRD ROW: Gail Griffith, Norma hllis, Betty Bliss, Mary Ellen Simons, Frances Kurdziel, Judith Drennan, Lorraine Ebert, Bonnie Brzezicki, Diana Caner. Future Nulreee' Cllulle Seiielnee Cllub FRONT ROW: Shane Casey, Aoril Conner, Carol Ruhlen, Mary Jane Mayer, Sylvia Nichols, Patricia Yielenieski, Norman Ameis, Miss Arthur. SECOND ROW: Bruce Binnie, James Dailey, Willard Aldrow, Dennis Walrod, Hubert Koch, William Broskett. TUIRO ROW: Conrad Rhelns, Robert Rakoska,Donald White, Phillo Miller, Nicholas Phelns, Horace Gasper, Robert R1tter. T5 "l 1"e1'i . as f FRONT ROW: Charles Mayer, Bernadette Reisdorf, Geraldine Hanson, Mary Jane Mayer, Bar- bara Anderson, Florence Calkins, Ruth Pfarner, Bruce Palmerton. BACK ROW: Donald Holmes, Gerald VanOcker, Nicholas Phelps, Thomas Cotton, Shan Hyman, David Blendinger, Patrick McFall, Clifford Davies, Kent Kohnken. Honor Patrol! Key Cllub FRONT ROW: Philip McNulty, Hubert Koch, Joseph Hoffman, Richard Tilton, Lee Schnitzler, Parke Davis, William Fillion, Gerald VanOcker. SECOND ROW: Bruce Palmerton, James Killian, Charles Wallace,Robert Conroy,Gerald Davis, Lawrence Mathewson,Robert Burton, Albert Bige- low, Dennis Walrod. THIRD ROW: Mr. Storms. Donald Simons, David Blendinger, Shan Hyman, John O'Del1, Robert Hyman, Elwyn Moore, Patrick McFa1l, Donald White. FRONT ROW: Diane Hurlburt,Constance Grant, Georaetta McKinsey, Ann Lee,Mary Linvenfelter, Shirley Burrows. RACK ROW: Kenneth Andrews, Mrs, Kemp,Dennis Fries, Linda Rurton, Kathleen McGowan, Shirley Keem, Mary Ellen Childs, Barbara Morgan, Kenneth Mayer. Library Cllub Track FRONT ROW: Allen Kratzerg Edwin Nourse, Captain-electg Robert Burtong Richard Tiltong Robert Rakoskag John O'Dellg David Blendingerg Dennis Walrod, Captaing Shan Hymang Wesley Barberg James Killiang Robert Hopkinsg Philip Chapman. 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