Archbishop Walsh High School - Aerie Yearbook (Olean, NY)

 - Class of 1964

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As administrator, he has guided it from the class rooms of St. Mary's Academy to the halls of the only Catholic High School in the Southern Tier. He has seen its enrollment climb from 77 to 440 students, and its territory expand to encompass 21 parishes in 3 counties. Fr. Kenneth has always maintained a close Contact with his students. After assuming the role of a teacher those first years, he was finally forced by the increasing duties of principal to withdraw from this post. Ever since, however, Fr. Kenneth has seized every opportunity to put across some point, some lesson in life. or some Christian ideal to his students. It is this same close Contact that has made Fr. Kenneth an invaluable counselor. His oliice has often been the scene of con- ferences about problems concerning students' lives. First of all, of course, Fr. Kenneth is a priest. During the school day he is in charge of 440 souls and is responsible for their spiritual welfare. This responsibility has fallen on to the shoulders of an extremely capable priest. We, the Class of 1964, recognize Fr. Kenneth's many con- tributions to the school, and particularly to our class, and wish to dedicate this, the 1964 Aerie, to him. , , The Most Reverend James A. McNulty, D.D. li'i.s'l10p of Bllgllfll. The Most Rev. Thomas J. Walsh, D.D. Very Rev. Msgr. Leo E, Hammerl Tllz' lun' Arvlzlvisllop of Nvwurlc, NJ. SIlf7l'I'ilIft'lItft'III of Sl'lI001X 6 . N .'W' W N-,,,1A,". A ' V if ini. Q QL 'ix 1 dx A J s N Y we ei , '12, it ' JM: 43,525 ifrssdz. X f F? -:na .wt 'EB Rev. Cuirnan Haggerty, O.F.M., A.s'.x'i.vmnt Principal, GlIllllIIlCl' Columvlor, Rel., Am. History, SOCf0IlIAL'.V ' ' shvlvx. 1 .4451 'W-1-,-if -- num ll Wi' -ff-'NU fu!!! 'hw .w.-1-Li...- Y 1 C9 T 'Q W. . ,V,r 'Y .1- , Q1 'Q ' ,. ,,....W,, V 4 mv if .4 ,--- 1 i f wg, W , , K N V 55 Xx ' l! ,Q - K, ff S'--:V X 5 X zjg X Mother Rosemary, O.S.F.1 Assixmnl Principal, Eng 7 FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY FACULTY . . ,, ,HM- :. W1 , , . ,-if mn, , ,-,,1-.fi rr mn 4,-2: - - , fn- f N -e ' -Q .5 .m r 1 Ar? : Rev. Reginald Reddy. O.F.M.g Gen. Sz-i., Physics, Math r g ee '14 1 , K f Mrs. Gus Sinesioug Typg., OH. Pre. Sr. Bernadette Therese, O.S.F.g Slzrtlznd, Off. Prc., Rel D NW'-w r. Hclcn Power. Biuluyuv, llvr. 'UN Y Q 14 1 .IL 'FF l , J'EX:'fAEZI'2'H?f' Mrs. Francis O'M11lley: Librarian, ling., Gan. ACI. Sr. Margaret Peter. O.S.F.: Mull: Rvl. . MM.-...qi-an s"'9!ls,,. 36 'gel' Sr. Margaret Rose, O.S.F.g Prefect of Discipline, Span. Mrs. Helen Newman: Ar! Rev. Alcuin Metzger, O.F.M.3 Eng., Gcr., Rel r ar ,W , .if tl' 3 r 1 "M" I W' ,1 , W , L. ai Mrs. Hazel Failing: fltllllt' lip., World Cul. Rev. Conrad Harkins. O.F.M.: Lulin, World Hixz. l pa.. , 1,2 ,Q MM lg -if 3 sh Rcv. Callistus Bamberg, O.F.M.: Murh, .ll4Il.YfC Mr. Daniel B. xV21lSll1 Diwcml' nf Allzlvtiw. lim. Arillz., lim, I.em', Bkkpgf. --Y 3 .ir-.. S M Sf Mrs. Margaret Peavy: PII-VA'1'ClIl Education Sr. Maria John, O.S.F.: Mnllz, Rvl., Clzwn., ,W11.s'ic' bl' Nul- ... f-'1 - Sr. Andrew John. O.S.F.: Eng., Rel.. French Mr. David Miller: Chem. 13 W. Rm X, 'th W. -nc 4:-H' 4 5 X .if ff SHIIIIIIIIIALII Mrs. Plcwnarz. Mrs. Walvcrlon. Mrs. Batcski. Scared: Mrs. Lucco. Mrs. Smucinski. Rev' Cxussmn Mlles'O'F'M'113H'Q"R6l' Sr, Rose Therese. O.S.F.1 Am. Hi.st.. Wwrlzl Hin., Socriulogy r' . W f 1. 1- sf'-:qv . W , X Mr. George Whitcher: World Cul., Eng. IAV 14 N- I Mr. Ralph Simmons: Cll,K'IIJt1fllll -1-...,..'k Rev. Brennan Fitzgerald, O.F.M.1 Am. History, Rel .S'oc'i11fcJg.v Mrs. Elizabeth Wheaton: Suvrvfury 15 "Don't snap that picture! King Ronnie I ,vi- If this were my project Senior Ring Dance 16 , ff - f',. .. " " Af, ',,' f --M A ""' 'ff i WQMKTVIK K4 if tr' 'al ,IM-v fx XX fag, Q2 'xl W 'Q-ff' f NMS. 7 2 ff, . .-5. ' QB.: Q W, rW,. JQQ., V' xx -'xklf if if 33 1 ' .sw-4 w ffm. J X E' xi A..1, it J i R N k A M N vu E!! 3 Rx ' X H' W . -::Ql5X MMP 1- . 'WN 045. 'Sa -MY PETER T. BIERFELDT CYRIL J. BORER "Petey" Salamanca "Cy" Freedom 'ills H01 what you do, its what you "Werfo11list, bernt nicht vielf' JAMES S' ADAMS get cauglit at." "Jim" Olean "A Iways Be True" PHYLLIS J. CACCIOTTI RICHARD J. BZDAK "Phyl" Allegany 'SDick" Olean 'lHe who helps others, lzelps him AtWillIl6f.S' never quit."' self." l NANCY E. BUTLER "Higgins" Olean Ulllfllllll' all, exelzlcle ll0l1l'.H 'UH ' ei uf' ' F s 32 ALAN B. CAMP RICHARD J. CHIPCHAK "Ike" Olean "Chippy" Olean HQllflll'l'.Y I1l'l't'I' win," "Mludy Clzlopccf Bvdu Mlmly Clzlapcef' 3 1 'FP ,,,....-vw' BEVERLE J. EATON Wflllf H'L'Ag'fl'C'.H MARY JANE DUTKIEWICZ "Tiger"Olean Olcun tAGf2I1IlL'I7IL'I1 !lfWtlj'.S' Xt'l'I7I "Du gmail mul avoid wil." memberlvlm1dcx." SUSAN D. FROSSAN "Sue" Olcan "Tu vrr is lmnzun, lu pardon 4l1'r1'm'." SALLEY E. FELT "Sully Buddha" Allegany "liv.xf24'4'r is wha! we awe, lou I8 l 'tfvflfllillg gram was ever !lt'llfl'Vl'!f IW. Qi' ., .." PAULA A. FRIEL CAROL R. FORNESS "Paula" Olean "Ferril" Salamanca A'Wlll'f6 tl1f'r0's a will, flIl'I'l',.S' a "The most IISCILKYA' day of all is way." llmt in Wllflfll we lmve no! MARGARET M, FLYNN m"'J"d' "Peggy" Olean WIIIIIOIH C'll1l1IlXill.YlI1.H THOMAS F. GALLEN "Tom" Olean "Tu bc or not to be." NANCY A. GATES "Nan" Olean "Let tomorrow take care of 10- nwrrcmg' Leave fixings of future 10 fate." 153, the V-.,,M'N GARY L. GAYTON "Gale" Fillmore "Evan if tl man conlzl 1llllI't'f.S'llllIlf fha' 1'fm1plz'.x'itic's of u WOIIIIIIIYA' mind, hzfd never ln'livv4' ir." 'vu ANTOINETTE N. GEORGADIES "Nicky" Olean "l:'.s'lulz' .wlzzpar purnlv pm if14'.x'pc'c'- JOANN M. HALAT Olcun infix." MARY F. GRAN DSUKY Allegany "llc lu IX xpwzr l11'.s life lwxt wlm .4 lzux t'l1fIIj'l'lf il moszf' NANCY C. GOWDY "Nan" Olezm HLIIII-Qllllly Ls :mf alnwyx u .xign llmt thu' mind ix af mlm." Homecoming King. Queen. and Court SN. www AlW,ll'l't' flzvnls' u will ll1z'rv'.v ll H'IIY.H 20 Q?" F I ,Q frf - I ' 2 MARK C. HANNA ROBERT HOLLAND "Banana" Salamanca "Bob" Chaffee Q "S'1rix'v for the lwasl, do ilu' "Tiprl1vglu,s.x." W. THOMAS HALL pr1.v.x'il1l1"' "Hallsy" Olcan "If ,sclwnl i.x lilvarly, gin' me dvzzlllu ,1v'- Q L., PATRICIA J. JANKOWSKI "Pat" Olczm "Yz',slc'rclzry, Il1i.x zluyfv frlzfzllzzm did prvpnrv tmrmrmwls .xilcnc'c', Iri- unzplz, or zlv.x1mir." JOHN D. KAMHOLTZ "Denny" Salamanca JOHN T. KARCANFS "Wi1mar.x never quit: qlrirlwzx' nw- "Greek" Yorkshire er win." "Beware of Greelcx l7l'lII'JlIAQ gifI.x'." 1s....,..f itfw will-'QP' MARY ANN KASPER "Kas" Olean JANET C. KOSINSKI "Jeanette" Olean "The nmst lmivvr.xal quality is 'iLife ix real, Life is z'11rl1f'.s'I." diwrvitv " TERRANCE A. KROTT "Krottie" Rixford. Pa. 'ASfriw to ln' fha bmi." lg , . GEORGE B. LaFEVER Oleun "E5'l'fj'IlIfIItg' conms In he who wuiI.v," ,Win L KATHLEEN J. KROTT "Kushu" Olczm "Wim ll uzmirz lilw miuv, wlm lIl'L'lfX t'fIt'lI1ft'.Y," LESLEY A. LARSON "Les" Olean "Why worry, Ilzvrefx .m nzuny other IIIUIAQA' In do." lan BERNARD P. LeBLANC "Surfer" Salamanca "Where would rl1i.s'.w-lzool he with- out men like me." MARIANNE LETRO THERESA A. LINDERMAN ffMafCS" Gleim .Terri-Y Olean Lin? many, Iruxt fmvzv Lei ulwflys Wlmr you will do, you wlll do. pm' 4 1'ffHfff""1 mnof' fi! DAVID M. LIPPERT "Dave" Olean "Life i.sn'! a sprfcfacle or a feasl it is Il 17l'CdlCllI77l'I1I.H L 5 wi ROSEMARY D. LUDWICZAK "Rosie" Nunda "Love me, low' my dog." 23 WD "W.x'1ysll10 glam .vie nic .swir'c'i." ROBERT F. LYASKI "Russian" Olean 4,4 'S ip -HC . -N., . - I Q , s - ,Q . , N V 'A ., K W l 1 nv-- 5 0- LARRY J. LYONS "Wipeout" Olcun A 'ACCIfllI7ZbH, flllfllll no big Illingf' THOMAS E. MALLERY , "Mal" Allegany ROBERT J. LYONS "S141m1 Clziqlwf' "Bob" Olean A'Wl1l1I l71l' worry." MARY ANN C- LYONS Salamanca "The mos! II.X'l'lUA'S day of all ix V Ill!!! in wllich we lmvz' not A laughed." ,ad ll 9' -m f' CY' uf MARY LOU MARRA Olean "Laugh und Ilia' world luuglzs with you." 1' MARY THERFSA MARRA JAMES J. MAYER W "M.T." Olean "May" Olean 1 "To dry OIIUVX vyes und laugh al Il "Do your lwxr in wllulvvcr you 1 full ,... gd up and lwgin again," llIfL'lIIl7f.H 1 JANE E, MCGUIRE "Jamie" Salamanca "Too nmol: nav! is run." 4 4 JUDITH A. MCHENRY 'LJudi" Olean "A ll flume wlm joy wrmlzl N'flZ must .xlmrv fl. Happine,x'.s wax burn u lwinf' W' if ELEANOR I. MIKOLAJCZYK "Micky" Olcan "Tu err ix lllH71lHI,' to jurylve is divine." I JEROLDINE A. MORRIS "Sparky" Olean "Sin has many toolx, but u lie is llw lmndle of them all." TIMOTHY J. MOSES "Tim" Cuba "Always Be Busy" CARIANNE MUCCINO "Cari" Olean "To ln' .Yl't'l1f.YIllI1ll Hp: to lu' llC'!ll'!1-.Xf7l'tIli up: In ln' npprcfdulvd -shui up." THOMAS P. NEWMAN CAROL A. NELSON Ffefidel. Olean . ,, LEO J. MURPHY '-Carol" Olean DU"fH1"1"'P"'f VHP- "L.l"Ole2m "Nor in rewards, lm! ' "These un' the times Ilml fry .Yllfllyfll Io xlrive, Ihr' hlvxsing IIIUIIVX .s'0nl.x'." lies," RICHARD S. "Nemo" Olean M-f Qvv-of NIEWIADOMSKI "To be or not to be." DAVID P. NUPP THOMAS J. OCCHUIZZO nNUPPiCN 0163? "Cougar Cat" Salamanca "When the fqolng gms muglz, Ilze "All is fair in love and nur." f0ll.Ul1!Zd!?0l'7g-U JOHN J. ORSINI "Jaguar" Franklinville "Girls are flze root of all evil." THERESA ANN ORSINI "Terrie" Olean "More than yesterduyg less :han tomorrow." Wh JOSEPH I.. PIKULSKI "Gus" Olean "Well done is lwffer Ilmn well mid." NM X.- MARY E. RAYMOND "Mares" Olean "How much bellvr to acquire wix- dum Ilzan goldf' JANE E. RITZENTHALER "Ritz" Olcan "Ile is a fool who IJIJIIJQS by forvc' to change the vurrent of a wonmrz's will." A Q Q' R RA is F fic' 'J . ai ff 2 AA A , ,kk '-UK' ' JAMES V. ROGERS "Senator" Olean "0 Amos Cufilef Pl100b11.s'.' Wlmt J ll fmmc'." J ww M-Y JOAN E. RIED "Jungle Joan" Olean "Nothing great was ever ncllievzfd without l'llll!IlSi!lSIH.H 28 ,,' CELESTINE M. SERIANNI "Celly" Olcan "Friday is Ilze spice of life." 'SI i C RONALD F. SOROCHIN "Jaybird" Olean "Prf1cric'e makes perfect. Perfect takes f2l'!lf'Il'C'C.U :rw CAROL ANN SKRZYPCZAK "Carol" Olean "To err is lllllllllllf to forgive never comes, today is here, get divine." hwy." CRAIG C. SINESIOU "Skinny" Olean "Ye.vlerday has gone, romorrow ff"'! JAMES W. SOUTHWORTH SUSAN C. SPENCER "Jim" Olean "Sue" Olean "Du your best in all you IIIIGIIIPLU "He who seeks, f9r1dA'." 49' 'Iv f-Q vb., KATHRYN M.. STANGL JOSEPH D. STRUCKER "Kasey" Yorkshlre "Polka Joe" Olean "Life is beautiful when yalfre in "To err is only lzumarzf' love." ..,. ,., ,, ' 3 KX-... 'lie XXIII srl' K I I . iw""' .fi lx Hgh xl ' ' e F Xl BARBARA A. TYLER "Barb" Olean "Speech is greul, but silence is greater." 'NP RONALD R. VENO "Ronnie,' Olean "Keep smiling-if makes people wmzder what yozfve been up Io." PATRICIA K. TIERNEY "Tiern" Allegany "It is ll rough road Illlll leads Io the llt'ltL1llf.Y of greatness." DIANE I.. VOSSLER L'Lynne" Allegany "A good time and I are the best of friends." PATRICK W. WALSH "Pat" Allegany "Keep Smiling." JOHN R. WILDFIRE 'Johnny' Olean ".S'lr1'x'e I0 gain Ima' friwulx for ii ix Ilze greutes! of I'l.l'l1L'.Y I0 bc' 0lvtail1ed." 'Yi MICHAEL .l. WIELOSZYNSKI "Willcr" Franklinville "Wet hirdx :lever fly at r1igl1I." ab- 31 SHARON L. WRIGHT "Life is my college may I graduulf' well, and earn some lzonorxf MICHAEL A. ZAMPOGNA L'Mike" Olean "Lass you speak, more you learn." X I ,M 'U it iv al. 'r -r Jn Vgfg' Ina W: 'L 1 5 ff fi Q X 5, f ,xi i 2' ml! fm ,L, X . -H' V 2 gs ' Q, M i, xf xr, V, fi . . e-xl Y ff,-,,,,.mw-T,,--,i-,V ,M,qw15qfm-ywpgffvf 17gmgfvfWw71':f-vw Jgg-Wmfw:-:wwwwf,:f:w,wWyf,mm,, X W,,.,,.y V ffqwwx ,M-wyT,,'fff-ww Wwwfww-,W W-,L-f,m.':wfwvwymvmfwf .,-f,w,,.v--,Q,,w,,.,.f, -,w,f-..w,7-,N-.ww-.1WWmmg,1.m,,m.Lm-,WWML,,,mm.,,,M,w,,Q AJ-nm wrt 0' gf:'mzir1i!X "1-1 Muff-A my sq, f fm f,9yy3,, ,M.,. ,. A fm iv' 6. sm,--qxvgg-5:31-1, M ,, , 5-Ag V., -.-Wg W ,,,.- ' L4-f ,X My-:v,',g--p',gf..f fx, 3 .M , '1 ,5- f - M f"' H , A, , . ,..Q.',:1,:,g1,,. .,. ,. ,M ,,,,. . . . . . 4, Q33 9' . , , 1 f 19' , N 3 xi' l H-,mx 'i'E'2':, - Seated: S. Goodwin, S. Kelly, L. Caros, J. Bush. Standing: M. Keenan, E. Martiny, M. Kelly, M. Czlrus lsr Row: M. Murphy. M. LaRu F Borer, G. Bischalney. 2nd Row ls 4 Dowling, N. DiCerbo. y .,y. gf Q 3 l lst Row: K. Hillery, J. Morris, D. Sheehe, C. Cash. 2nd Row: E. Ash, P. Dach, M. Welch, J. Suda. fi l'n ' .. i .i-- 1 V. i, J UNIORS J UNIORS J UNIORS J UNIORS JLTNIORS J UNIORS J UNIORS ,-...- .JUNIQRS JUNIORS JUNIORS JUNIORS .LUNIOHS ai .wn:",,, Y, i.,,,.M,, 2, ,1,,,?',1.1i:i,,i,iw.. 'Eli Wwiiiiiil f ,ff lx! Row: J. Schreiber. J. Ciplto M Andres J Anduson 21141 R m P Sluvin, M. Puvonc. T. Murrm W Bolhwell Ixf Row: D, Orsini. J. H0 McGonnell, T. Swurlhout, IA! Ron J Wylle F Weber K Gleason J Plechom S Duggan 2nd Rm: T Yehl D. Almeter D Murphy T Heennn D Drllrs ...J J. Patuto, R. Bodenstein, K. Bruckert. M. Rose. 'V S. Quutlrone, J. Gentile, J. ff ."' Quigly, B. Linehzm. x 4- . 'sv' 5-'Pr W. Barnard. R. Mikolznjczyk. F. Kolutu. M. Mulina, H. Anderson, A. Pasczrrella. Flynn, J. Forness, E. Piccirillo, K. Chrzan. J. Muccino. J. Edwards. Smml: A. Malone, M. Shine, M. Spencer, J. Casini. Smnding: 35 C Duch. R. Brokaw. J. Mikowicz. E. Wagner. C. DeRose, E. Foley, W. Gilman, D. John, N. Fogarty, B. Hamed, N. Dundon, M. Guttiglio. ,pf 153 .K-1, We Seated: J. Newman. B. Briody. Standing: M. Phillips, C. Rogers, S. Neiler, K.,Smith. B. Predgo, P. Rucinski, T. Demitrovic. L. McClory, C. Reese, J. Survil, J. McAndrew, M. Slavin M. Macknica, J. Keller, M. Howden. 36 XX qi? R. Niewiadomski. S. Bolhwell. J. Eaton. B. Gattuso. M. Slavin, M. Stay- er. R. Vobsler. N. Hall. SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SGPHS SOPHS SOPHS lx! Row: J. Swartz, J. Callahan, J. Matya, D. DeRose. 2nd Row: fd 1 J. 4, Flynn. M. M. Riley, P. Balcerzak. S. Feichlcr. lst Row: J. Fox, D. Domes, J. Dwailccbe, D. Cunningham. 2nd Row: S. Demilrovic, S. Beardsley, L. Fulkerson, L. Gleason. SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS SOPHS 2111! Rfmf F. Occhuizzo. J. Pilon. G. Fisert. M. Forness. Y 5. ig 4 Y V lx! Raw: M. Kobinski, J. Mcflellzmd, C. Zumpognu, K. Eaton. M. Barth, G. Kzxczmurek, A. Gonska, P. Emick. T. Baker, A. Cupito, G. Harris, N. Devins, M. J. Covely. K. Simms. C. Tierney. A. Malpeidi, P. Roth. C. Murphy. J. Shaw, B. Stangl. M. B. McHenry. 38 ,.,,,' .i l .C , "l xi . X E . If if ff. , L 'YE ' . sx x I , . A N 6 0 N ' 1 l , X P. Shuw, M. Gleason, M. Lee. D. Flaherty, H. Livingston. R. Bruckert. .l. Peuvy, K. Kuhn. l mg ,.. 'Semi ,- F-Ta 4. . B7 Q T ,il W, . "'f. W, .' Ji. Ist Row: P. Donovan, M. Bzdzlk, F. Bush, L. DeR0se. 2nd Row: J. Butesky. D. Anderson. J. Connellly, M. Grekalski. Ji, Jff ' I.s1 Row: K. Siriunni, S. Abdo, K. Kreiger. 2nd Row: W. Rice, D. Wintermuntel, B. Smith, M. Shine. 39 Isl Row: W. McMahon, A. Ellman, R. Philips. 2nd Row: M. Muchnica. L. Morinello, A. Rogers, S. Skrzypczak. 1 L. Edwards, H. Grandusky, M. Buffington, M. Anderson. C. Vlctor, B. Kubiak. M. McGuire. L. Wright. M. Mooney. K, Kamhollz. G. Panus. M. Matheny. In Rmv: K. Cupito. P. Brennan. Cl Burdenell. C. Close. 2m1' Row: F. Mcfionnell. M. Lannh. M. Sinesiou. M. Stadler. Cl!! lsr Row: S. Ash, S. Feichter, S. Ahrens, E. Elson. 2nd Row: J. Griffin. J. Quattrone. M. Rakus. W. Thompson, F. Davis. i 5 in Q AA lsr Row: R. Hoffman. J. Kwiutowski. D. Hull. A. Connelly. 2nd Raw: R. Orsini. D. Culverly. W. Slayer, A. Annunciuto. Scuml: C. Gilford, C. Cash, K. Flint. S. Anastasia. Sramling: T. Hartley, J. Lucco. M. Kosinski, J. Muniga. FROSH FROSH FROSH FRCSH FRGSH FROSH FROSH FRCSH nl lx! Row: N. Passerino, C. Smith, P. Hlasnick. 2111! Row: F. Spencer, T. Walters, P. Southworth, J. Terry. g ...Qi .Sqn-ZSf1l'IuiJ. 151 Row: M. Pringle, S. Stangle, K. Fitzgerald, M. Quatlrone. 2nd Row: D. Gatluso, L. Keenan. T. Cunningham, J. Grego, K. Shafer. FROSH FROSH FROSH FROSH FROSH FROSH J if... .. Y it JXP Smnflirzy: C. Abdo, N. Linehun. N. Stavish, li. Hcrling. Svulvclx S. Souders. J. Richie. M. li. McConnell. . .. X -Q T X . Ln' ls! Row: R. Anustzisiu. C. Amulo, M. F. Wild, M. Apa. Zml Row: J. Bcrnzls, E. Padlo, J. Anastasia, J. Anderson. X E. Thompson. R. Scicchitz1no.J. Eaton. K. Keller. E. Hannon, D. Forness. R. Scripter, M. Reilz. My 1. . i . .,. JL F. I 3. lx! Row: P. Fitzmziurice. I.. Grzindusky, P. Butchcllo. C. Smith. Zur! Row: D. Plonku. D. Poydock, D. Simmons, C. Romance. l.. Rogers. B. Curl, E. Douty, R. Grego, J. Halat. 42 'R 1 .sk P, Zemer. S. Gallen, D. Martin. ls! Row: J. Dallas. M. Kasperski, M. Kelly, B. Baxter. 2nd Row: C. Howden. J. Armstrong. R. Bigelow. C. Kniesner. M. Borer. J. Miller. R. Nupp. K. Baker, T. Miller, L. Anderson, D. Kula, J. Annunciuto. Ci. Mosseau. J. Shine, M. Barth, B. Welch. U1 J. Dunn. B. Camp. P. Fahey, M. Reynolds. M. E. Gangemi. S. Nitsche. I.. Atwood, W. D. Duggan. : .y., lsr Raw: S. Barnes, J. Faxistenhzmmmer, N. Lyons, S. Eisert. 21141 Row: N. Sro- dawa, D. Puscarella, D. Srni1h.J. Pike. J. Bischalaney, K. Murrin. S. Bardenett, B. Pauly, S. Bateski, J. Metzler, M Booth, D. Moran. 44 I N'j--hx-Km QAZXPYETT' ,- Seated: N. Wylle, A. Melers, K. Webb, K. Vossler. Standing: J. Baum, K. Cruess, N. "FfC5hm2U1D1lZCM Chicolu. J. Connor. . ln., , 'Q .311 my , fy ,V ,. ,x M: i:41Q'.f'AaSg gg. 11 .sfi "!'vm.'S2"'5:"f' 1' 'c'wr'Af19m Mm. ff. -1- bf' ' I 4 rv: -'E ,.m+f-...J f-1,2-.:,z.43s: .4-..f1.?f5rri'e4..iJ-WTf?f.':f2"52:..f-1 ' A. Parks, Wm. Fahey, M. Boser, E. Elliot. I.. Beardsley, S. Gzigliardo, G. Eaton. S. Esposito, 45 xx W G W sf-.6 1 ,Ml as x if Hu , ' in fb '-gk 1, iff- Qu - f 'W Q M k " K ,uw N N1 ye 5 , , . - ax xx S' X ,f N- "'-Tffrg .,.A , F f' L, m wwf' 'Y ,, ww. , 7 ,"'2L,, ' Q Ni , "'x, fL-' f QM .-f' 'uk " 1, ,fxqrk V" Q A V Ig7,, H Q N X 'ff alvffig f' fi Af Ay' I K "M ef . Af! . If yy, . Q 'wfgifffw ff ,ff -X"'1fETgf, NqjVx M N 4' A ',..-,K A. Malpiedi, C. Cash, P. Cacciotti, M. Reynolds, Mother Rosemary, OSF, Fr. Kenneth, OFM, T. Moses, D. Poydock, D. Lippert, S. Goodwin, J. Swartz. "k""""-WW --fr N Voters at the polls. if' is Lower House of Student Council. Front: B. Predgo, J. Gen- tile, M. Gleason, M. Kelly, P. Roth, K. Webb, Standing: M Gangemi, J. Anderson, L. Keenan, D. Calverley, J. Eaton D. Anderson, R. Miller, K. Kuhn, S. Feichter. Sr. Brian, OSF. J. McGuire. Pres.. G. Gayton, V. Pres., S. Spencer. Treas.. P. Tierney. Sec. ' r me A ' ' K. ' 'wa L . "WR uurrv ' We Q . .. . Career Day x I , 1. Induction Ceremony 48 r x , , c , A. X J gQ,' r Y J . Walsh Staff Members attending Columbia Press Conference in New York. Planning and Problems. Layout and Headlines. STAFF EDITORS-IN-CHIEF - Florence Kolata, Edward Wagner, Judith McHenry, John Forn-ess EDITORIAL STAFF - Joan Wylie, Christine Cash, William Rice, Joseph Dwaileebe BUSINESS MANAGER - Elizabeth Martiny OONTRIBUTORS - Thomas Yehl, Timothy Moses, J. Daniel Wintermantel, Mary Margaret Rose, Richard Orsini, Linda McClory, Joanne Capito, Jerome Nlikowicz, Raymond Sczudlo, David Nupp, Nan Dundon, Eileen Weber TYFING - staff under direction of Sister Bernadette Therese, O.S.F. EDITORIAL CARTOON - J Daniel Wintermantel MODERATORS - Father Cassiari Miles, O.F.M. Sister Andrew John, O.S.F. Moderators and Editors: E. Wagner, Sr. Andrew John. OSF, F. Kolata, J. Forness, Fr. Cassian, OFM. I' f . i i 2 bdqr Oh no. Don't use that one, Father. 'ffl Q , ,M f""" , we W -and-t. :amusing Mary Teresa does some of the necessary but tedious work. Hecklers or helpers? 'Ze' lab., ,f .4- Editors enjoy selecting the right picture to tell the story. L. to R, Leo Murphy, M. Wieloszynski, G. Gayton, J. Ried. 50 'iv l l l l l l l M' w.,,ff9"' " Y L? A I V i , ,, L,LZ,,1, ...., ' -f "T WM . ' I 5... hi E ' """""-ng - """'ns- N + ,.- Q ."""-sa.. i Editor M. Wieloszynski, and Father Cairnan, Moderator. look over Layout. l Everybody gets into the act. ... WN! Assistant Editor Gary Gayton and Typist Nancy Gates End captioning can be fun. Photographers 'LChippy" Chipchak and "Ne- mo" Niewiadomski discuss their handiwork with the Editor. rfer E E l STAFF Editor: Michael Wieloszynski Assistant Editor: Gary L. Gayton l Business Manager: Kathleen Krott Senior Editors: J. Ried and L. Murphy. Art: P. Jankowski, J. D. Wintermantel. Typists: N. Gates, M. T. Marra, M. Letro, Photographers: R. Chipchak, R. Niewiadomski. 1 Contributors: M. Letro, J. Pikulski, D. Kamholtz, B. Eaton. Business Stahfs M. T. Marra, S. Felt. 5 l e Experienced team winners. 1 i Walsh Debators at Tournament at Dunkirk High School. ,. ,,.f X Ng, Moderator Father Conrad, OFM., President Patricia Tierney Vice-President Jerry Mikowicz, Secretary Florence Kolata. Fr. Kenneth observes Scotists at assembly. Communion Breakfast for 3rd Order members. Third Order Omcers pose with Moderators Fr. Callistus and Sr. Bernadette. E Ill? 1 I Discussion On Inter-racialquestion, Fr. ROdCI'iC says Mass f0I' Third Order in Library. 53 ' I--iff -' . ee1T fiEiliM1f2i f3ff - gg H-2---'fffw - 're -N:s:ff.Qe-Q.'fr'v f lfsgaeg S-N. --A ,W .sgvxgwfhgy 5 . if . . V . . X .3 pf-Gigi -M Mx ' ', - , ,h . -r W A t if 1 .X as x +2 f r . "7 1 .. 31. H11 rl ' ,G 4 fr ,M . . f . 1 egg, 5 - l e vp' 3 Vg? Q W W JEQTH ,H 942219 X2 a ny is A . ' 12 rife lei? it ,sm Q , g -fm w m 5 X J Jw X ,ff xii: ig HK E is t J, :1ffN1,Jl-5:31 an fm X XP wi , iw .. fa 1 my Q. 521 .uw w W X Wag, M Alai? Q ftffik-,Q sky JI. A -mtg .' v:.2Mma-V :.. - lr-if f' --S3 -22, M 4 i t i g Chairman R. Niewiztdomski, President J. Wildfire, Treasurer L. Murphy, Moderator Fr. Reginald, OFM.. Sergeant-at-Arms D. De Rose. Vice-President I.. Lyons. iii? Excitement runs high. -n:. L- .. 1'.if.s 'fi1,1rfWEiE:-S1135gszwllz '1Rff"'iI'Emv5f?'di3T1a::::a:p:ien 2 :,E.,5:vSia.L: v:w,3E::Lg,5Q6:ri3k72i .. ,ji18.21,k:M5.35x3iizmwwf, v w - 3+ - M A "'N"' -f:L.u411 1." 59 V-'11sf:Tfw hs Kaftan Q , -st. . , ,, H ,Let .,,. em: r' 11'.1:a2fYai: A 1 .,.... ,. .... ' w:.M,.fqm1f.f1-W-AevF121e.1Hi:- .1fWuxi.wza1?Qf2as:wm.aXi.'b12-Maxima,,.U, V . ...- ,....,.,- .,-., s . . r 3 Q pu. Z l Little Flower Mission Club. Pres. Nan Dundon. Treas, Michele Caruso. ViccfPres. Mary Shine. ' Sec. Julia McAndrew. 54 ! Moderator Fr. Roderic, OFM., with Club Leaders C. Cash and J. Mikowicz. -awp:-ix. Heading for Grosstal. dnl -- .will-0"' V+- . Ii -....au 43571 Av I I . ' ,xx j , .ig ,Ex V! 'K Mx V' xx ,. .,,vyz.-.Qi "K Q' . v"' ,W Q 5 2 5 5 N5 Ti ' 'Q V 6176 5 ,, Q 55 lf' TJ x 57 x---qs , H Q ff 'E 1 Q , Ei I Wf 3 ' 1 V if ' K g ,i - 9 E, ff A . 4 1 my , ' Q a .I LK, 'YV 5 Q A IF.. -si ' ,Q f' 58 Q 3 1955 SEASON WALSH 14 STa FRANCIS 79WAl.SH GBAKER-VICTORY? VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD. Top Row: J. Batesky. M. Shine. J. Terry. D. Murphy. B. Camp. R. Bzdak, R. Vossler, M. Forness, N. DiCerbo, J. Anastasia, M. Wieloszynski, M. Grekalski, R. Nupp, Mr. Walsh. 3rd Row: Coach Witchter, M. Staycr. D. Anderson. B. Hamed. M. Keenan. J. Orsini. J. Swartz. B. LeBlanc. T. Krott. W. Stayer. Coach Conte. Coach Sherhurnc. 21111 Raw: Coach Wachter, Mgr. D. DeR0se, J. t , N Adams. D. Dallas, A. Camp, M. Hanna. Colfapt. D. Kam- holtz. Co-Capt. D. Nupp. T. Swarthout. G. Lalrever. P. Slavin, M. Pavone, Fr. Brennan, OFM. Fran! Row: Mgr. M. Timme, Mgr. P. Shaw, D. Moran, R. Sczudlo. J, Matya. R. Orsini. J. Ouattrone. D. Smith. W. Welch, J. Faton. Mgr. M. Conte. Mgr. T. Cunningham. In Front: Mgr. D. Weidt. irm.w'mxvbrs.7rg-:1.Lrmmwzs.uv'.1alm1ofe1m5vm'v4f'::,,lw.: 1wwzseemmszzvvueaa-inaisxw'a1914.1'amvzMsxwx:x-mms-wonivmnofg .1e ,, .y WALSH 19 MCQUAlDA21,WALSH 27 NOTRE DAME O WALSH YCENTRAL CHRIST! 60 5, WALSH 12 OTTO- ELDRED 6J'iLS H o AQUINAS 55,wALsH IBSALAMANCA 6 yn i f . ' 1 1 lie ff -'J I .' , " , 1, ' ' ' V 5 Y ' 31 -M ,- ,.f,..f.Q. A Q' ' wa Q A 4 H ,X 1 K, L ,uw Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh f 26 Hinsdale 7 Portville 28 Hinsdale O Central Christian 20 Hinsdale l ii i X fn? "E as 5 I ig., ,Q ..,, . ,l ,t K 'H rr .3 isss A . W 5 QQ! 1 Ist Row: L. Keenan, J. Metzler, D. Moran, M. Reitz, S. Gagliardo, J. Armstrong, J. Dallas, R. Nupp. 2nd Row: G. Eaton, J. Dunn, P. Southworth, D. Puscarella, M. Apa, J. Anastasia, W. Welch, J. Connor, B. Fahey, J. Grego. 1 I tk' X x +1 x 3 F f' NX X ,ff " fp " ff J gf .M X 1' fi! if ea in iii' V If 4 f yiff 1 X , .. 1 H XX X Q' R x 1 X X F Swim . 1' wx , 34. ff he eff -I Ca, .y. f 1' 2 3' If 2915 f , K M ,f If WH. A-...J p,, M, s jf? if BX ffgjf A 6' 1' 1 5 "i'f7Ti'?T1?3'i3925FQ'ZF'3'fW!'f'WH2:'f?f 7535-'?T'f3"1 Y"fT"7 '57'577'f'5W7'9?V?'UTE ""'iA1"' '1?'T'7T?'1'52T 'I T312 W'iWT?'5l5'Y'i?5" Tn f'W"f" ""w"f"'.fW"7"'3"?'i"fT , . . H , A, , , ,JL1 .L . , , , .V , W , , . i . x r xx A 1 X 1 1 X . I r vi.LQ.:L..L2.:1.4,gt,.,b.L ,....,... mm.. ...L,,:g.pw .im ,gu,-:.Q -..LW ..,4..4,M,Q .......-.4.J,.,.:,,.. ..J.i114xgQhM..mAJbm,,4,1.....L,,,.....w..u.A.hl..m.u4 N Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh "'N. 'v x wif' Ulf Smnding: M. Wieloszynski, D. Kamholtz, W. Hall, R. Veno, L. Murphy, M. Pavone. Kneel- ing: E. Ash, B. LeBlanc, Coach Mfalsh, T. Heenan, M. Stayer. 62 Franklinville 76 74 Otto-Eldred 5 5 68 Randolph 5 8 78 Otto-Eldred 44 5 3 Salamanca 55 56 Allegany 64 76 Hinsdale 5 1 54 Cattaraugus 60 7 65 Franklinville 78 7l Ellicoaville 51 3 5 l Randolph 63 V 61 Alfred-Almond 59 64 Salamanca 41 60 Allegany 45 66 Hinsdale 45 82 Cattaraugus 69 68 Ellicottville 63 54 Alfred-Almond 49 R63 all iii in USL! A X lst Row: W. Welch, K. Kruse. Coach Conte, J. Metzler, D. Muran, S. Gag- liardo. 2nd Row: D. Smith, W. Thompson, M. Sinesiou, G. Harris, J. Shine. T. Cunningham. 3rd Row: D. Pascarella, J. Dunn, J. Matya, D. Anderson, G. Mosseau. Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Walsh Franklinville Otto-Eldred Randolph Otto-Eldred Salamanca Allegany Hinsdale Cattaraugus Ellicottville Franklinville Randolph Alfred-Almond Salamanca Allegany Hinsdale Cattaraugus Ellicottville Alfred-Almond " ,-19ew-- 'S "'---.. , A i f l 'X 3 W..-""" tN5QN-JKSQXW J.. Nth xdxt lst Row: M. Shine, J. Matya, B. Anastasia. W. Baxter, J. Callahan, J. Quat trone, R. Nupp, D. Smith. 2nd Row: R. Sorochin, D. Murphy, T. Swarthout. C. Borer, J. Orsini, D. Nupp, B. Leblanc, M. Pavone, T. Occhuizzo, R. Bzdak. D. Flaherty. Top Row: W. Russell, W. Strayer, D. Calverly, J. Peavy, J. Bate sky, J. Hoffman, W. Fahey, D. Anderson, J. Swartz, R. Staskowski, P. South- worth, M. Strayer, Coach Witcher. Absent: Coach Conte. - , .. . ...Q f ' " his -'Q we at .'-- . 332' I- its - J , . 3 ' . V r'i' ' 'X ,,,2. 1 J' lg- Isl Row: P. Shaw, F. Davis, Coach Witcher, G. Pzmus, R. Anastasia. 2nd Row. J. Pilon, T. Demitrovic, T. Occhuizzo, T. Carll, J. Orsini. 3rd Row: J. Hoffman, L. Caros, C. Rogers, P. Balcerzak, T. Sworthout. 67 Kneeling: J. Southworth, J. Suda, F. Occhuizzo. G. Gayton Siunding: R. Bzdak, T. Occhuizzo, Fr. Callistus, OFM., M Hanna, R. Chipchak, C. Reese. 68 Q ,R a 4 D, ,Very ' ' Km'eling: J. Newman, C. Borer, M. Kelly R Sorochm Standzng J MlkOWlCZ E Wagner, Bill Barnard, J. Hoffman. , W in as -gg." ' '-B--. .tmwrw I ,,,,,. . , l llll . .rrf M 59 I an T. Heenan, T. Gallen, P. Slavin, J. Adams, B. Lyons. 69 v . i 4 - I, , . 5 . . .., V 12' J' ll I , Q h -s , s, sv ' U wr GQ ' 16 55,4 55 W . ., U., ..., . 13- I . ,f ,fi "Q 'FOI www K. De Rose, M. A. Slavin, J. McGuire, P. Tierney, L. Vossler, C. Muccino, M Grandusky N. Gates, L. Larson. K11vcling.' K. Fitzgerald, K. Abdo, Linehan, C. Tierney, J. Bernas, A. Myers, P. Roth. A -A . 1' " ' K 45' . A. , 1 I' -.L- A- 1 A A .R 1 .ffmvm-W. " -A . W--A www Q.. 1 f-r gqgffwmszi f . .... .. 2 Q - f .-.. . . ,,.. h... .M , r bm i ., M f 'W ..., -N ww ww. . -. - -fn A J Stangle. Smnding: J. Shaw K Kuhn, S Felchter N J. McGuire, P. Tierney, N Cntes L Luson K DeR0se M Grandusky M. A. Slavin, I-. Vossler. C Muccmo, Capt .f"""' .z il. 9 . . K.. Q 1 Intramural Bowling Champions. Intramural Volleyball Champions. Intramural Basketball Champions Softball Team. JAMES S. ADAMS, Academic-nAlways be true", Wants to be a sporting goods owner, Funniest Experience, "Petey", Best remembers Leo's party, Art Club 1, 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4: Cross Country 1, Ski Club 4, Golf 4, Track 1, 2, 3 PETER T. BIERFELDT, Academic-"It's not what you do. it's what you get caught at", Wants to be a success, Funniest Experience, Room 102, Best remembers my years at Walsh, and the time Fr. Roderick caught me CYRIL J. BORER, Academic-"Wer faul ist, bernt nicht viel", Wants to be an industrialist physicist, Funniest Experience, Tom Newman, Best remembers being a member of the 1962 football team, Math Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Cross Country 4, Track 4 NANCY E. BUTLER, College Entrance-'llnclude all, exclude nonev, Wants to be a nurse, Funniest Experience, Sue's party 8: Sparky, Best remembers Villa Olympus, Third Order 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Art Club 2, History Club 2, Science Club 1, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Bowling 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Special Awards-Essay Contest, Spanish Certificate RICHARD J. BZDAK, Math-Science-"Winners never quit", Wants to be a major in math or science and be a chemical engineer, Funniest Experience, Larry Lyon's crazy songs, Best remembers the Group Therapy 102, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 PHYLLIS J. CACCIOTTI, Business-"He who helps others, helps himself", Wants to be a business teacher, Funniest Experience, Being kicked out of RMC, Inc., Best remembers falling out of my chair in history, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 1, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4 ALAN B. CAMP, Science-Math-"Quitters never win", Wants to be a cadet, Funniest Experience, Tripping onto the football field, Best remembers Group Therapy 102, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3 RICHARD J. CHIPCHAK, College Entrance-"Mlody Chlopce Beda Mlody Chlopce", Wants to be an electrical engineer, Funniest Experience, Sth pe- riod study hall my freshman year, Best remembers playing table hockey with the NPAA boys at lunch, Glee Club 4, Walsh Aerie Photographer 4, Walsh World Photographer 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, NPAA 1.2, 3, 4 SUSAN D. CROSSAN, Business-"To err is human, to pardon is divine", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Meeting Mary Anne, Best remembers senior year, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 4 MARY JANE DUTKIEWICZ, Business-"Do good and avoid evil", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, The day I fell off my chair in the cafeteria, Best remembers the Winter Carnival of my Sophomore Year, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 2, 4, Bowling 4 BEVERLE J. EATON, Academic-"Gentlemen always seem to remember blondes", Funniest Experience, Ever knowing Sally Felt, Best remembers the winter of my Junior year, Tonyls party, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, 3, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Ski Club 4 SALLY E. FELT, "Respect is what we owe, love is what we give, Wants to be a success in life, Funniest Experience, The Halloween Night of '63, Best remembers going to the Jr-Sr Prom when I was a Freshman, Third Order 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2. 3, History Club 1, Walsh Aeire 4, Walsh World 1, 2, 4, Girls Athletic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1 MARGARET M. FLYNN, "Nothing great was ever achieved without en- thusiasm.", Wants to be an accountant, Funniest Experience, Tony's party and the summer of 1963 at Allegany State Park, Best remembers being home- coming queen for 1963, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, Walsh World 1, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 CAROL R. FORNESS, Business-i'The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed", Funniest Experience, Tony's Party 84 March 30, Best remembers my Jr. 8L Sr. Years at Walsh, Wants to be a motor- cyclist, Student Council 2, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 2, 3, 4 PAULA A. FRIEL, College Entrance-"Where there's a will, there's a way", Wants to be a medical secretary, Funniest Experience, The Salamanca game of 1961, Best remembers summers at State Park, Third Order 1, Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, Art Club 1, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Bowling 3, 4, Prom Committee 3 THOMAS F. GALLEN, Academic-"To be or not to be", Funniest Experi- ence, All the cool times with Lyons in school and out of school, Best re- members parties and dances, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Language Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 72 NANCY A. GATES, Business-"Let Tomorrow take care of tomorrow, Leave things of the future to fate.", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Water skiing in the Summer of '63, Best remembers summer of '63, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Special Awards-Short- hand II, Typing GARY L. GAYTON, Academic-"Even if a man could understand the com- plexities of a woman's mind, held never believe it.", Wants to be Pentagon Worker, Funniest Experience, When Wildfire tried to stab me. Best re- members not going to the 1963 Prom, Walsh Aerie 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Bowling 4, Fillmore High, 1, 2- ANTOINETTE N. GEORGADIES, Business-"A smile is a curve that sets things straight.", Funniest Experience, The night we took the old chevy to the lake. Best remembers the summer of '63, Wants to be a success, Olean High School I 84 II: Glee Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, Girls Sports 1, 2, Art Club 1. Walsh III 8c IV: Glee Club 3, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4 NANCY C. GOWDY, Academic--"Where there's a will, there's a way", Wants to be a nurse, Funniest Experience, Getting lost in Buffalo with Hartnett, Best remembers trip to Stratford, Bowling 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, Science Club 1, History Club 1, 2, Glee Club 3, Vocation Club 3, German Club 4, Auxilium Latium Award MARY F. GRANDUSKY, Academic-"He has spent his life best who has enjoyed it most.", Wants to be Mathematician, Funniest Experience, That cold, cold Aquinas game, Best remembers that triple date with Lynn and Gowdy, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, History Club 2, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocation Club 3, 4 JOANN M. I-IALAT, Business-'laughing is not always a sign that the mind is at ease", Wants to be a Private Secretary, Funniest Experience, When I saw Janet fall out of her seat, Best remembers Junior-Senior Prom, Glee Club 1, 3, Walsh World Typist 4, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Bowling 3, Awards-Typing THOMAS W. HALL, Academic-"If school is liberty give me death", Wants to be an Accountant, Funniest Experience, The day Lyons and Pitts got caught skipping school, Best remembers the prom of 1961, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 2, History Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Altar Society 1, Football 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 4, CCaptain 43 Basketball 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Special Awards, Contests-Eagle Scout MARK C. HANNA, College Entrance-"Strive for the Best-Do the pos- sible", Wants to be an Aeronautical Engineer, Funniest Experience, Adven- tures of Denny, Willer and me: Best remembers Walsh-Salamanca Football Game of 1963, Debate Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Math Club 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Science Club 1, Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Bowling 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Special Awards- Honor Cards 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Merit Award, President of St. Pat's CYO, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT HOLLAND, Science-"Tip the glass", Funniest Experience, Home- room 102, Best remembers Davy Nupp's speeches, Glee Club 4, Art Club 4, Arcade School Paper 1, 2 PATRICIA J. JANKOWSKI, Academic-"Yesterday, this days madness did prepare tomorrow's silence, triumph, or despair.", Funniest Experience, The night Chris and I went for a little ride, Best remembers summer of 1962, Third Order 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, History Club 1, 2, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 1, 2, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Mission Club 3, Ski Club 4, Language Club 4, Prom Co-Chairman JOHN D. KAMHOLTZ, College Entrance-1'Winners never quit, quitters never win.", Funniest Experience, All my experiences with Mark 8: Mike, Best remembers Acquinas Game of '62, Student Council 1, Walsh Aerie Sports Editor 4, Track I, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4 1Co- Captain 41 JOHN T. KARCANES, Academic-"Beware of Greeks bearing gifts", Wants to be a lawyer, Funniest Experience, Working for the Cerise Party, Best remembers Junior Intramural Champs, Student Council Rep. 4, Debate Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football 1, Chess Club 1 MARY ANN KASPER, Business-"There were never in the world two opinions alike, no more than two hairs or two grains, the most universal quality is diversity.", Funniest Experience, Husking corn at 8:30 AM on the Nun's patio, Best remembers Junior-Senior Prom, meeting the Cuban girls who attended Walsh, Glee Club 1, 3, Walsh Aerie 2, 3, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 4, Intramurals 3, 4 JANET C. KOSINSKI, Business-"Life is real, life is earnest, and the grave is not its goal.", Wants to be a beautician, Funniest Experience, Being a member of the Senior Class, Best remembers my four wonderful years at Walsh, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, Walsh Aerie 1, Walsh World 4, Bowling 3 KATHLEEN J. KROTT, Business-"With a cousin like mine, who needs enemies", Wants to be left alone with-, Funniest Experience, Hallo- ween night 1963, Best remembers Family Night, 1963, Glee Club 1, 3, Choraliers 3, Walsh Aerie Business Manager 4, Walsh World 4, Girls Ath- letic Club 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3, Intramurals 1, 2 TERRENCE A. KROTT, Academic-"Strive to be the best", Funniest Experi- ence., Seeing Lyons with his wild, green-eyed glasses, Best remembers all the parties, Wants to be a metallurgist, Football 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2 GEORGE D. LAFEVER, College Entrance-Wants to be a teacher, 'fEvery- thing comes to he who waits." Funniest Experience, Fr. Brennan's Jr. Home- room, Best remembers my years in football at Walsh, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. 73 CONGRATULATIONS to Class of 1964 OLEAN TRUST CO. Compliments of LEO'S MARKET INC. Allegany 8a LEO'S MARKET 81 BAKERY Olean CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1964 Your Sound Companion WMNS-RADIO OLEAN-1360 'gHigh School Hi-Lites" each morning at 7:45 ADAMS SPORTING GOODS 307 West State Street Olean, New York LESLEY A. LARSON, College Entrance-"Why worry-there's so many other things to do.", Funniest Experience, Senior Ring Dance when I was a Jr., Best remembers everything about Walsh, Wants to be a journalist, Debate Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, History Club 1, 2, 3, Girls Athletic Club 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 BERNARD P. LEBLANC, Business-"Where would this school be without men like me.", Wants to be a contractor, Funniest Experience, Forness's party after the Salamanca game, Best remembers shaking hands with Rocky Colivito at Detroit, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 MARIANNE LETRO, Academic-L'Love many, trust few, but always paddle your own canoe.", Wants to be a geometry teacher, Funniest Experience, Halloween, 1963, Best remembers Tony's party, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, Ski Club 4, Prom Committee 3 THRESA A. LINDERMAN, Business-College Entrance-"What you will to do, you will do.", Wants to be a business teacher, Funniest Experience, Bi- ology class with Sally Felt, Best remembers working and attending "Villa Olympus", Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Bowling 3, Special Awards-Typing, Shorthand, Poetry Contest DAVID M. LIPPERT, College Entrance-"Life is not a spectacle or a feast, it is a predicament", Wants to be high school history teacher, Funniest Experience, Group Therapy 102: Best remembers Fr. Colin's Ec World Class, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Debate Club 3, History Club 4, Walsh World 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Altar Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Club 4 CSpanishJ ROSEMARY LUDWICZAK, Business-'1Love me, love my dog.", Wants to be a good driver, Funniest Experience, The day I ran over a fire hydrant! Best remembers summers of my Junior and Senior years, Third Order 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 3, History Club 1, 2, Walsh Aerie 4, Walsh World 1, 2, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Basketball, Volleyball Cheerleader 1, Mission Club 2, Special Awards-Typing, Shorthand ROBERT F. LYASKI, College Entrance-"Wszystho zloto sie nie swuci", Wants to be a mechanical engineer, Funniest Experience, Riding around with Nemo in his '54 Olds, Best remembers the day Richard and I were stopped by a game warden, Glee Club 4, Intramurals 2, Basketball, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, NPAA 1, 2, 3, 4 JAMES J. MAYER, Business-'ADO your best in whatever you attempt", Wants to be a businessman, Funniest Experience, Senior Homeroom, Best remembers my four years at Walsh, Cross Country 1, Track 3 JANE E. MCGUIRE, College Entrance-"Too much rest is rust", Wants to be a teacher, Funniest Experience, Forrie's Party, Best remembers Sala- manca vs. Walsh, 1962, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Debate Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, History Club 1, 2, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Special Awards-Typing JUDITH A. MCHENRY, College Entrance-"All those who joy would win must share it. Happiness was born a twin.", Wants to be a nurse, Funniest Experience. RMC Inc., Best remembers summer of 1963, "238", and the fallout shelter, Third Order 2, 3, 4 tPrefect 3, 43, Glee Club 1, 3, Art Club 1, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Language Club 4 fGermanl, Bowling 4, Prom Committee 3, Accent 4 tCo-Editorlg Walsh World 4 tEditorial Staftj, Special Awards-Essay accepted for Nat'1 Anthology ELEANOR J. MIKOLAJCZYK, College Entrance-"To err is human, to forgive is divine", Wants to be a school teacher, Funniest Experience, Rainy Sunday afternoons at State Park, Best remembers Villa Olympus, Student Council 3, 4, Glee Club 3, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 2, Special Awards-Auxilium Award JEROLDINE A. MORRIS, Business-"Sin has many tools, but a lie is the handle of them all", Funniest Experience, Biology Class, Best remembers four years at Walsh, History Club, Walsh Aerie 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, CVice Pres. 31, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 2, Bowling 3, 4, Special Awards-Typing TIMOTHY MOSES, College Entrance-"Always be busy" Wants to be a priest, Funniest Experience, Fr. Alcuin's English Classes, Best remembers Family Night, 1963, Third Order 4, Student Council 4, Debate Club 3, Glee Club 3, 4 13rd at Diocesan Preparatory Seminaryl, Walsh World 4, Intramurals 1, Football tDio. Prep. Sem.J 2, Basketball fSem.J CARIANNE MUCCINO, Business-1'To be seen-stand up, to be heard- speak up, to be appreciated-shut up.", Wants to be happy, Funniest Experi- ence, Tony's party and the class of '63, Best remembers J.R.C. and the Prom of '62, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Walsh World 1, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 LEO J. MURPHY, Academic-"These are the times that try men's souls.", Wants to be an attorney, Funniest Experience, Watching Lyons and the boys, Best remembers Fr. Alcuin's classes, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Delegate, Debate Club 2, 4, Walsh Aerie 4 Sr. Editor, National Honor Society 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. Altar Society 1, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Special Awards-Honor Cards CAROL A. NELSON, College Entrance-"Not in rewards, but in the strength to. strive, the blessing liesfl, Wants to be a nurse, Funniest Experience, 1963 trip to Stratford, Best remembers 'K238', Third Order 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Club 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Special Awards-Auxilium Latinum LARRY J. LYONS, Academic-Wants to be a Brother of Mercy, "Carumba- t'a1n,t no big thing", Funniest Experience, When Tom Hall fell down the Bomb Shelter. Best remembers Fr. Brennan SL meeting Krott 8a Gallen, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Walsh World 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Altar Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, Basketball 2, Intramurals 3, 4 74 MARY ANN C. LYONS, College Entrance-"The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed.", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Ferrie's slumber parties, Best remembers April 21, 1962, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Art Club 1, History Club 1, 2, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Mission Club 2 ROBERT J. LYONS, Business-"What-me worry?", Wants to be a business executive, Funniest Experience, Fr. Brennan's homeroom, Best remembers our team as intramural champs, Glee Club 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Golf Club 4, Seminary Glee Club 1, Art Club 1, Science Club 1, Chess Club 1 THOMAS E. MALLERY, College Entrance-Wants to be a high school Span- ish teacher, "Suum Cuique", Funniest Experience, The talent show of our Sophomore Year, Best remembers working on Borer's farm, Glee Club 3, 4, History Club 4, Altar Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Club 4 MARY LOU MARRA, Business-"Laugh and the world laughs with you", Wants to be a private secretary, Funniest Experience, Getting my license, Best remembers Junior 84 Senior Years at Walsh, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, History Club l, Walsh Aerie 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY THERESA MARRA, Business-"To dry one's eyes and laugh at a fall, and baffled, get up and begin again", Funniest Experience, 2nd period Biology with the Senior girls, and being a member of the class of '64, Best remembers working on the '63 Jr-Sr Prom, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, History Club 1, Walsh Aerie Assistant Business Manager 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Bowling 3 THOMAS J. OCCHUIZZO, Academic-Wants to be a Marine, Funniest Experience, Spending Dr. Powers' General Science Class in the wall cupboard, Best remembers Kathy Krott's Party when George put his hand through the wall, "All is fair in love and war " THOMAN P. NEWMAN, Business-"Don't give up the ship.", Wants to be Franciscan Brother, Funniest Experience, Fr. Brennen's homeroom, Best re- members being carried off the football field after the St. Francis game, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, Basketball 1, 3, Cheerleader 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1 RICHARD S. NIEWIADOMSKI, Academic-"To be or not to be.", Funniest Experience, Fr. Brennan's history classes, Best remembers Class of '64, Walsh Aerie 4 tPhotographerJ, Walsh World 4, Intramurals 1, 3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1 CManagerJ, NPAA 1, 2, 3, 4, W.T,B.-Lawyer DAVID P. NUPP, College Entrance-"When the going gets tough, the tough get going", Wants to be Happy and wealthy, Funniest Experience, When I played Little Red Riding Hood and lost my shirt before the whole student body, Best remembers my many happy and carefree days on the football practice field, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4 CCO-Captian 41, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 JOHN J. ORSINI, Academic-"Girls are the root of all evil", Wants to be a physical education teacher, Funniest Experience, Homeroom 102, Best remembers beating Otto-Eldred's Football Team, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Franklinville 1, 2, 3 TERESA ANN ORSINI, College Entrance-Wants to be a teacher, "More than yesterday, less than tomorrow", Funniest Experience, Trip to State Park in the rain, Best remembers St. Francis Football game of 1963, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, 2, History Club 3, Walsh World 1, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mission Club 3, CYO 1, 2, 3, 4, Vocation Club 3 JOSEPH L. PIKULSKI, College Entrance-"Well done is better than well said", Wants to be a physicist, Funniest Experience, Willie Keifer reading the gospel, Best remembers the four short years at Walsh, Football 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Aerie 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, Sci- ence Club 1 MARY E. RAYMOND, College Entrance-Wants to be an occupational therapist, "How much better to acquire wisdom than gold. To acquire is more desirable than silver.", Funniest Experience, Getting kicked out of RMC. Inc., Best remembers Sept. '63 and the trip to Stratford, Third Order 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, History Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Chess Club 1, 2, Language Club 4, Prom Committee 3, Poetry Award 1 JOAN E. RIED, Academic-Wants to be happy and a success, "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm", Funniest Experience, My four years at Walsh, Best remembers weekends at Salamanca, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletics Club 1, 2, 3: 4, Debating Club 2, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Walsh World 1, 2, 3, Walsh Aerie CSr. Editor 41, History Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 3, Ski Club 4 JANE S. RITZENTHALER, College Entrance-"He is a fool who thinks by force or skill to change the current of a wornan's mind", Funniest Experience, The ride home from the Jr.-Sr. Prom, 1963, Best remembers Homecoming 1963, Student Council 2, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Girls Athletic Club 1. 3, 4, Intramurals l, 3, 4, Language Club 4 JAMES V. ROGERS, College Entrance-"O amos cattle! Phoebus! What a name!", Wants to be an Economist, Funniest Experience, Being in the class of '64, Best remembers night we didn't go to the Prom, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, Intramurals l, 2, 3, Basketball, Chess Club 2, Cross Country 1 CELESTINE M. SERIANNI, Business-"Friday is the spice of life.", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Falling in the middle of a dance Hoof, Best remembers class of '64, Frank's party, Glee Club 4, Girls Athletic Club 4, Junior 84 Senior Prom Committee 3, Special Awards-Typing CRAIG C, SINESIOU, College Entrance-"Yesterday has gone, tomorrow never comes, today is here, get busy.", Wants to be a chemist, Funniest 75 THE CAME RA CENTER 128 North Union Street Olean, New York CONGRATULATIONS from lCKY'S COOKIES Experience, Just belonging to the "Squires", Best remembers tape recording made by homeroom 107, Junior year, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Science Club l, 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Altar Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Bowling 2, 3 CAROL ANN SKRZYPCZAK, Business-"To err is human, to forgive is divinef', Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Losing the heel of my shoe in front of the bookstore, Best remembers the day I received my senior license, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, Walsh World 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Special Awards-Typing, Shorthand RONALD F. SOROCHIN, Math-Science-"Practice makes perfect-Perfect takes practice", Wants to be chemist Cindustrialjg Funniest Experience, Tape recordings at Pitt's, Best remembers track practice and meets. Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 3. 4, Debate Club 2, Art Club 1, Intramural 2, 3, 4, Basketball, NPAA 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4 SUSAN C. SPENCER-"He who seeks, finds", Wants to be a doctor, Fun- niest Experience, 1963 trip to Stratford, Best remembers my four years at Walsh, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Chess Club 2, Bowling 3, 4, Math Award, Third Order Novice Mistress 3, Third Order Secretary 4, National Honor Society Treasurer 4 JOSEPH D. STRUCKER, Math Science-"To err is only human", Wants to be a success, Funniest Experience, Senior Year with Fr. Alcuin, Best remembers Homecoming of '63, Intramurals 2, 4, Bowling l, NPAA l, 2, 3, 4 PATRICIA K. TIERNEY, College Entrance-"It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness", Wants to be a journalist or politician, Fun- niest Experience, Soph play-the night before Christmas, Best remembers Homecoming 1963 and Jr.-Sr. Prom 1963, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Debate Club 2, 3, 4 tPresident 41, Glee Club 1, 3, His- tory Club 1, Walsh Aerie 3, 4, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 tSecretary 41, Language Club 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3 BARBARA A. TYLER, Business-"Speech is great, but silence is greater", Wants to be a secretary, Funniest Experience, Learning to drive a standard shift car, Best remembers the day I got my license, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Girls Athletic Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4 RONALD R. VENO, Academic-"Keep smiling-it makes people wonder what you've been up to", Wants to be a foreign correspondent, Funniest Experience, Spending five days a week in Fr. Conrad's Latin three classes, Best remembers the night I didn't go to the 1963 prom, Intramurals 2, Basketball 3, 4, Spanish Awards DIANE L. VOSSLER, College Entrance-Wants to be a social worker, "A good time and I are the best of friends", Funniest Experience, Farleo's Parties with Dude, Nannie and Head, Best remembers summer of 1963, Third Order l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, Art Club 1, 4, History Club 1, 2, Walsh World 1, Girls Athletic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Mission Club 2, 3, Vocation Club 3, 4 PATRICK W. WALSH, Academic-"Keep Smiling", Wants to be a chemis- try teacher, Funniest Experience, Meeting Fr. Colin Supple OFM, Best remembers Group Therapy 102, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Walsh Aerie 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Language Club 4, Bowling 3, 4, Chairman Rojo Political Party 3, 4 MICHAEL J. WIELOSZYNSKI, Math-Science-"Wet birds never lly at nightv, Wants to be a high school history teacher, Funniest Experience, All my experiences with Denny and Mark, Best remembers the '63 Sala- manca football game, Glee Club 3, 4, Walsh Aerie Editor 4, Science Club l, NPAA 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Football 4 JOHN R. WILDFIRE, Academic-"Strive to gain true friends for it is the greatest of riches to be obtained", Wants to be a lawyer, Funniest experi- ence, Helping Ronnie Veno out of the "Pit", Best remembers not going to the '63 Prom, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Chess Club 3, 4 tPresident 43 SHARON L. WRIGHT, Academic-"Life is my college, may I graduate well, and earn some honors", Wants to be a nurse, Funniest Experience, Forrie's Party, Best remembers February 2, 1963, Third Order 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Glee Club l, 3, 4, History Club 1, Girls Athletic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4, National Honor Society 4 MICHAEL A. ZAMPOGNA, Academic-"Less you speak, More you learn", Wants to be an accountant, Funniest Experience. High School, Best re- members the night I didn't go to the 1963 Prom, Bowling 3 Id! 'I' 5:35 'Q . Z", ri. in 2 K 1 53 . .saga Alfa. , --Efii, A , ' B? Q A I win WALSHBC E. F. LIPPERT 81 CO Allegany New York CARNAHAN'S Men 84 Boy's Store 174 North Union Street Olean, New York SPECIAL PATRONS STANDARD TILE 8: MARBLE CO. MR. 8: MRS. CHARLES DINEEN ALLEGANY UNDERWRITERS INC. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, OLEAN BUSINESS PATRONS Bowlean Restaurant Bender 8: Riggs Reedis Jewelers Inc. Antonio's Garden Inn Huberis Market Forness Wallpaper Allen Shoe Store Fitzmaurice House Movers Balkan Bakery Beebe Floor Coverings Chicola Brothers Hogan Funeral Home Howder 8: Son John J. Gallen Hannifan 8: Company Coral Lanes Sari-Mari Shop Olean Cue 8: Cushion Joe Bokman Pontiac-Oldsmobile Inc. Dr. McGovern DaLuiso's Liquor Store Work 8: Silvis Company, Inc. Geary's Inc. The Allegany Citizen Cutlery Association, Inc. 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