East Rochester High School - Gagashoan Yearbook (East Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1953
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Many years ago our predecessors
decided 'ihai +his school needed a
yearbook, a record for each grad-
uafe 'io keep as a reminder of his
high school days. When fhe firsi'
book wen+ in+o producfion in I93I,
fhe search for a suifable name
ln ihe area where we now live,
Indians once roamed, sfalking game,
fighfing wars, and building villages.
Each village had ifs sfory iellers,
who passed down from generafion
fo generaiion fhe glories of fhe
+ribe in fales called Gagashoan.
Today we record fhe legends of
our pasi in word and picfure: our
yearbook fells fhe sfory of +he
fribes: fhe prowess of iheir braves
in in+er+ribals, +he wisdom of iheir
leaders, and +he charm of fheir
maidens, jus? as fhe Indian feller of
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ART EDITOR - ROSE MAINE BAYKO
COVER DESIGN - PHYLLIS COOK
ADWSORS - NHSS. BERTHA BOURNE
Nusa. MILDRED BEAQDSU
Mrs. Stortini, Miss Phyllis Gross, Mrs. Smith.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Back Row: Mr. Grover, Dr. Coryell, Mr. Corea. Front Row: Mrs, Smith, clerk, Mr. Hazzard,
Mr. L. C. Obourn Mr. F. J. O'Donnell
The Big Chiefs, as in the days of yore, tem
the Campfires of learning. They encouragi
and inspire every pupil to put forth his bes
effort. That the Chief's planning keeps ou
school running smoothly is shown by a threi
day survey held April i, 2, 3, l952. A lette
of official notification that our school has bee
placed on the list of Accredited Secondar
Schools, was received January 2, l953. A
a result of this survey by the' Middle State
Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools
our school is placed among those whosi
pupils are undoubtedly given first consideratioi
as far as entrance in to college is concerned
Behind the scenes the Board of Educatior
with Mr. Hazzard, president, continues its tas
of directing school policy and constantly seek
ing to improve our education system. By hi
skillful management of high school and gracli
affairs, Superintendent l.. C, Obourn, has gainec
great respect from students and faculty alike
Familiar to everyone is Principal Frank O'Don
nell, who has shown a keen interest in a'
phases of high school life. School spirit i
greatly augumented by his support of athletic
and other student activities. Keeping the rec
ords, writing letters and handling the clerica
work is efficiently done by the office stafl
whose friendly manner is pleasing to all whi
approach them on so many, varied errands
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rl' GUIDANCE omecrok
'- THE MEDICINE MEN
Nurse Warren, Dr. Hurley, Dental Hygienist Myers, Students: Kearns,
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lhe Infirmary. This room is equipped wilh pi s. eenex, -
nd many olher cure-alls for colds, pains and +oo+h-
aches Miss Warren, The school nurse, is readily able To 'lake
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care of 'rhese annoyances. Dr. Hurly, 're sc o p y ,
performs heallh examinalions and is called in when a sfudeni'
is really siclc or iniured. Our smiling denlal hygienisls, Mrs
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proached, af one lime or anofher, for
assislance. l-ler friendly advice is available
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quesfion concerns rhe selecrion of a high
school course or 'rhe planning of one's
lu+ure af+er gradualion. Her pleasanr per-
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MISS THEODA MAXON
A yearbook is a gournal of our mos? imporlanl school days.
Therefore if as parhculary filling lhal' we dedncale our Gage-
shoan lo one who has given unsllnhngly of her lime and lalenl
'ro malce lhese years in E R H S so successful. our class ad-
visor Miss Theoda Maxon. Miss Maxon has far surpassed lhe
required dulies of a leacher or an advisor. She has Taken an
aclive parl in our everyday school life slriving wi+h advice.
encouragemenl and her own example of induslry and depend-
abilily +o help us become belrler people. The sincerify and faifh-
fulness wi+h which she has performed her 'raslcs will long serve as
an inspiralion +o all +he members of lhis class of l953.
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"An athlete supreme, the
perfect answer to a lady's
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Football
l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom, Senior
Ball: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4:
President ot Mixed Chorus 4:
Student Council 4: Magazine
In school "oh, so quiet", out-
side "what a riot".
lntramural Basketball 'l, 2, 3,
4: Magazine Campaign: Sen-
ior Ballg Mixed Chorus I
Softball l, 2, 3, 4,
"Tall and lean, friendly too,
a worker hard, a 'Friend for
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Win-
ning Baseball Tearn 2: Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Gagashoan
Typist 4: Modern Dance 3:
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"Pretty and sweet, fun to b
Mary will go far, in her lite
Girls' Sports I, 2, 3,4: Leader
Club 2, 3, 4: Magazine Cam
paign: Music Festivals: Pla
Day, Junior Prom: Senior Ball
Girls Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4.
" 'B BERYL AMES
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U , "A winning smile and manners
V 531.1 J: , 'Xe shy, but every woman met his
7' , eye."
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DIANE ANTHONY X fb rttAm
"Pert and smart, a Harvest She rig tonga
Queen too: when things go QYOUP tif df
wrong, she's always ior you." Wlnflinfjll fm'-"
National Honor Society 4: 2: Girls
Harvest Queen 3: Leaders
Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom,
Senior Ball: Mixed Chorus 2,
3, 4: Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4:
Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Girls' Sports l,
ior Prom: Senior
Club l, 2: Song
1 2 3, Girls
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4: Sen or Ball,
av Dance 2, 3.
"A Sophomore she came to
us, slim and fair, with eyes
Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Junior
Prom: Library Club 2, 3, 4:
Music Festivals 2, 3, 4, Mag-
azine Campaignp Girls' Sports
2, 3: Senior Ball.
"Jolly and friendly, eyes of
She's ready to please, and
work lor you."
National Honor Society 3, 45
Senior Band I, 2, 3, 4: Mixed
Chorus I, 2, 3, 4i Leaders
Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club, I, 2,
3, 4: Girls' Sports I, 2, 3, 42
Senior Class Officer 45 Mag-
"I-le was handsome, an ath-
lete too: and as for girls, he
had them too."
Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4:
Sophomore Hop, Junior Promg
Senior Ball: Magazine Cam-
'He came to us from Mace-
don, a lively one, with shoes
Magazine Campaign: lat
Macedonl Football I, 2, 3:
Track I, 2, 3: Basketball I, 2,
"A man ot rhythm, hot on the
drumg full ot laughs and lots
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Senior
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Band All State 3,
4: Magazine Campaign,
"A lot ot fun when she's with
She's very sweet, an artist
Leaders Club 3, 45 Stage Crew
2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 3,
47 Gagashoan Stattg Girls'
Sports I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom:
Senior Bally Magazine Cam'
"She's here, she's there, she's
everywhere, with hardly ever
a moment to spare."
Basketball I, 25 Soccer I, 25
Volleyball I, Library Club I,
2, 3, 4: Magazine Campaign.
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BARBARA CALABRESE BERNARD CANNAN
"She will always be gay, with "A little nonsense now and
a lot ot music along her way." then,
Soloist for Choralairs 3, 4: Is relished by the best of
Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45 men,"
Senior Play 3, Girls' Sports I,
2, 3, 4: 'Minstrel Show 2, 3:
Winning Basketball Team 2,
Harvest Queen Alternate 3:
Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3,
4, Intramural Baseball I, 2, 3,
45 Senior Ballg Junior Prom:
"He was tall, he was shy, but
he is known as an all-around
Football i, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2,
3, 4: Intramural Basketball,
Volleyball, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4,
"About money he always
He pinched the penny, until
Abe Lincoln screamed."
Dramatics Club i,.luni rProm,
Intramural Baseball l,- 3, 4'
Band 1, 2, lntramur Fo
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PAUL CIMICATA GARY CONNERS
"The fellows called him
The girls called him "Paul,"
He's tull ot tun, with one and
Football l, Track I, Intramural
Basketball, Volleyball, Base-
ball I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom:
Magazine Campaign: Senior
"He was big, He was tall,
He was the brightest ot them
National Honor Society 3, 4,
Latin Club I, 2, 3, 4: Choral-
aires I, 2, 3, 4, Boys' All State
3, Basketball 3, Football 2,
Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4,
"Don was outstanding in any-
thing he would do, an athlete
supreme, he's a coach's
- Class Vice-President 4, Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Prom, Senior ,
one on whom to
His winning smile, he will
President ot Student Council
4: Mixed Chorus I, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Prom, Intramural Bas-
ketball I, 2, 3, 4, Magazine
Campaign, Senior Ball, Music
Festivals, Song Committee 2.
"Lots of spirit, lots ot tight,
An artist tine, a will ot might."
Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Stage
Crew 2, 3, 4: Magazine Cam-
paign, Senior Ball, Girls'
Sports, Junior Prom 3, Gaga-
shoan Statt 4, Glee Club.
"Live, love, laugh, learn,
that's a motto not to spurn."
Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Club 3, 4, Soccer I,
JEANNE M. COREA
"Short and cute, a cheer-
One who's best friend is me
Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4,
Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident 4, Head Cheerleader
l, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2,
3, Gagashoan Co-Editor 4,
Junior Prom: Senior Ball.
"Short and happy, tull ot
She has friends tor miles and
Gleo Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Sports l, 2, 3, Twirler I,
Magazine Campaign, Christmas
"Short and jazzy,
Lots ol punch.
ln any bunch."
Head cheerleader 3, 4, Li-
brary Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader
l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports l, 2,
3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3,
Junior Prom, Senior Ball,
Tumbling 2, 3, 4.
"A social figure in life, a
friend to all.
Always a smile tor friends in
Football l, 2, 3, 4, lntramurals
Baseball 2, 3, 4, lntramurals
Baslcetball l, 2, 3, 4, Volley-
ball 2, 3, 4.
"This girl is cute,
We call her Maggs.
She's one who helps, but
Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Library Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Choraliers 2, 3, 4,
Magazine Campaign, Minstrel
Show 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club
"Full ot fun,
Leaders Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee
Club Otticer, Girls Sports l, 2,
3, 4, Play Day l, 2, 3, Jr.
Prom, Senior Ball, Magazine
Campaign, Girls' Glee Club
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He s always late, --Mergon "josh"
But never a worry.
lt's not his fault
School starts too early."
"Darla hair, darlr eyes,
She deserves the best.
One who always smiles,
Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, O h 'H H - u
lntryamural Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, GRE- WGEBS he Etgstgz
lU,n'O' plomi same' Balli Mag' Basketball 3, Modern Dancing
azine Campaign, Photography 3: Magazine Campaign: Soph-
Club 2, Projectionist l, 2, Omore Hop 3.
Fun Night 4.
"Lite is a pleasure
Without a care.
A friend ot all,
With jet-blaclr hair."
l-lead Cheerleader 4, Leaders
Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
4, Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Li-
brary Club l, 2, Red Cross l,
2, Junior Prom, Stage Crew,
"When Sue looks up
And smiles at you,
You know full well
Your heart just "blew,"
Leaders' Club 2, 3, 45 Gaga-
shoan Stai:l5 Girls' Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Choralaires 2, 3, 45
Stage Crew5 Library Club l, 2,
3, 45 Girls' Quartet 2, 3, 45
Minstrel Show 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEY ANN EVANS
"New in school,
Quick to make a
Friend with you."
Student Council 3: Mixed
Chorus 2, 35 Magazine Cam-
paign5 Girls Sports 2, 3, 45
Minstrel Show 35 Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Ballp
Drarnatics Club l, 2, 3.
"Neat and slick
Lots of friends:
Where Barbie goes,
Her smile she sends."
Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Girls'
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Junior
Prom5 Senior Ballp Magazine
Campaign5 Music Festivals.
3: in 2' DIANNE FULLER
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, :-: i brary Club 2, 3, 45 Junior
N' Prom5 Magazine Campaign5
1" l Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Red
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CAROL GOODRICH MARTHA HARRIS DONALD HAYDEN
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"The seniors say she's lots of
fun and pretty snappy with
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Leaders' Club 3, 45 Library
Club l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom:
Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 42 Mag-
"Blond and pint size
With eyes of blue
An able student,
A leader, too.
National Honor Society 3, 45
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Chora-
lairs 2, 3, 45 Latin Club l, 2,
3, 45 Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 45
Leaders' Club 3, 45 Senior
Class Treasurer5 Senior Ball.
"A lover of nature, winter,
spring, and tall,
Swift on the track, and loved
Track l, 2, 3, 45 Football
Manager l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed
Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Magazine
Campaign5 Senior Band 15
Boys' Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Senior
"Norma is a gal who tries
hard to please,
We know she'll go 'lar
We know she'll succeed."
Basketball l, 2, 35 Soccer I,
2, 35 Magazine Campaignp
Girls' Glee Club 3, 4,
"When you are sad and in
need of a friend,
Joan will give you sympathy
till the end."
Leaders' Club 3, 45 Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 4: Library Club 3:
Magazine Campaignp Stage
Crew 3, 45 Girls' Sports l, 2,
3, 4: Gagashoan Art Stott 4.
'Shy and timid is her way.
K good secretary she'll malre
Sirls' Glee Club 4: Senior Ball:
fhristmas Play 3: Basketball l,
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folleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball
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And one so fair.
Sweet and lrind
With never a care."
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls'
Sports i, 2, 3, 4: Magazine
Campaign: Junior Prom: Sen-
ior Ball: Music Festivals l, 2,
"He may be little, but my
what a boy!
He was Miss Maxon's pride
Band I, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Sports
"Darla hair, dark eyes,
Fran is fair and wise."
Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4:
Magazine Campaign: Senior
Ball: Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4:
"He was an artist,
He drew and drew.
A bundle of laughter,
A swell guy too."
Gagashoan Cartoonist i, 4:
I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball: Junior Modern n ' 3, Stage Crew 3: Junior Prom:
Prom: Magazine. Campaign: - Senior Ball: Art Chairman:
Junior Varsity seb 2, 3, . Football 2, 3, 4: Armistice As-
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She s jolly and mirthtul, wht.. --Joel-
Full of play:
But ready tor worlc
When it comes her way."
Leaders Club Secretary 4:
National Honor Society 4:
Gagashoan Co-editor: Library
Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sports I, 2,
3, 4: National Honor Society
3. 4: Junior Prom.
"With hair so darlc
And eyes so shiny:
A picture pretty
And yet so tiny."
Magazine Campaign: Soccer.
"Here's to the chairman
Ot our Sr. Ball:
A real fine fellow
And ai friend to all."
Senior Ball Chairman: Junior
Prom: Magazine Campaign:
Baseball 3: Intramural Baslcet-
ball l, 2, 3, 4: lntramural
Rnseball 'l, 2, 3.
Class I, 2: Track 3, 45 High
Prom 35 Intramural Basketbal ampaign 4: Junior Prom
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There are but few. K Tgyrve sweegvgr fbi His name was Walt.
Though never unfriendly, tTall prettyix A ' .We met him at Greeks,
To me or you." O o me t." ' Shaking malt."
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, s' il' , g SQQLQI5 National Honor Society 3, 45
Magazine Campaign 45 Soc- Base V l 'yb Mggx Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, Intramu,
cer l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, aiiye am ' n 4, nioriflqll ral Basketball 2, 3, 4: Flag
2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: 4, Music esxt' aL " Guardian 35 Captain of Mag-
Baseball 3, 4: Modern Dance if azine Campaign 4, Gagashoan
3: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. ' - Staff 4: Junior Prom 2, Senior
,Q A I ' ' Ball 4.
,i Ig A MARY ANN MORREALE
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if ,a 5.3 1 A You'lI Rnd her
AJ . f 4 That way every day."
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"A sturdy and popular "Dick" ' if ' ary" 'Q .
Man is he. "This boy is an outstand' airnfeks d he , l
A sportsman's hero Member of the band. i JAS wel as oft, ce. IL
Of the 'highest degree." He'II come to your aid,N L n is a girh
Nationa Honor Society 4: With a helping hand." i gr sig . '
Sliudenll COUf1Cil l, 2, 3, 4: Magazine Campaign, "Dri l atio onor, iety 3, 4:
OFHCSF of Band 3, 41 Treas- Band 3, 4: Music Festival, , ai Club. , , 47 Red
urer of Class 3: President of 4, All-State Band 3, 4, Juni ss Preside 4, Magazine
School Basketball and Foote
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
35 Band 3, 45 Dance Band I Committee 37 Girls' Sports l,
3: U. N. Assembly 3.
it in cz quiou. vvuinoi
Who often succeeds,
A friend of one
And all, in need."
Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Soccei
l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 35 Vol
leyball l, 2, 3, 45 Dancing 3.
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Music
Festivals 2, 3, 4.
"Good in sports,
On the ball,
"Squeeze" is sharp,
A friend of all."
Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4
Leaders' Club 3, 4: Junio
Prom: Senior Bally Minstre
Show 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3
4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4
Stage Crew 4.
"Never a worry,
Never a care.
Bet she'll marry a million-
Magazine Campaign5 Library
Club l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club lg
Junior Prom, Girls' Sports l, 2,
3, 45 Play Day 2: Sophomore
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"Don was a bundle
Ot laughter it's true.
A mighty sharp fellow,
And a good scholar too."
Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4: Maga-
zine Campaign Mgr.5 Junior
Prom Committee 35 Armistice
Day Assembly 3g Intramural
1, 2, 3, 4.
"Friend of all.
His ambitious ways,
Were always liked."
Football lp Student Council
21 Junior Prom, Senior Ballg
Magazine Campaign 45 Soph-
omore Hop 2.
FRANKLIN PRINCE 1
"Like the glow-worm, ,g
He did glow.
We'll always remember him as
Fast and Quick.
That's what makes,
National Honor Society 47
Junior Prom 35 Library Club l,
25 Mixed Chorus 3, 45 Choral-
aires 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45
Leaders Club 2, 3, 45 Girls
ROLAND W. PELLETIER
'Ambitious is he
Who works ahead:
He'll make a good penny
For his bread,"
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Christmas
Assembly l, lntramural Basket-
ball 3, 45 Senior Ball Commit-
tee: Magazine Campaign.
Sports l, 2, 3, 4. iq , H A,
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"The Golden Toe." ' 'L ig
Football l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural
Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track X
2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2: Maga- M'
zine Campaign. V4
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"He was handsome, "Witty
He was fair:
The only boy,
With Curly hair."
Varsity Football 3, 45 Golf
Team 35 J, V, Basketball I5
J. V. Football 25 Intramural
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis I:
Intramural Baseball I, 2, 3, 4.
romp rii. QUITTBR,
She doe? ith ease.,
The friend tor"you."
Girls' Sports l, 2, 3, 4:
Leaders Club 3, 4: Yearbook
Statt, Magazine Campaign:
Glee Club 3, 45 Swing Chorus
2g Red Cross 2: Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4.
'A asy to pleas-Q." "x
Glee b' Leaders A' 3, 45
Student 'lp Girls' ports: .,
Magazine Campaign 45 Senior-
Ball Committee 44-'-'Winning
BasebaJI5 aPrgm Com .
"Larry was a member
Ot the Stage Crew.
Good in his studies,
And a great triend too."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew
3, 4, Magazine Campaign 4,
Gagashoan 4, Junior Prom,
Senior Ball, Choralaires Tech-
r ' Rocco
"Arts" his nickname, ' I mart and suave,
ARTHUR RITCHM' s 1 SAM ROCCO
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He's tall and fast.
His records shall
Never be surpassed."
President of Class 4, Student
Council 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
Senior Ball: N. Y. S. 220
Track Record 3, Basketball 1,
2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Vice-
President Class 3.
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"Tony was always late, "ScaIia's a scorcher,
We all agree. So they say,
And, Oh! what a scorcher
He could be."
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 1,
lntramural Basketball 1, 2, 3,
4, Magazine Campaign, lntra-
mural Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4,
l-le's trying to go to heaven,
But he'll go the other way."
J. V, Football 1, lntramural
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
1, 2, lntramural Baseball 2:
Magazine Campaign, Junior
Prom, Senior Ball.
A snappy dresser.
Mr. Brody's genius,
A good guesserf'
Basketball 1, 2, lntramural
Baseball 1, 2, lntramural Bas-
ketball 1, 3, Tennis 2, Mag-
azine Campaign 4: Band l.
"Full of laughter
By her giggles,
She can be found."
Glee Club 2, All State Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2,
3, 4: Vice-Pres. Red Cross 4:
Choralaires 2, 4, Minstrel Show
3, Girls' Sports 1, 2: Senior
"Small in trame,
Full of fun,
For gay laughter,
Joan's the one."
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mag-
azine Campaign, Music Fest-
ival 1, 2, 3, 4, Winning Base-
ball Team 2: Baseball 1, 2,
Volleyball 1, 2.
rr PAT SACCO
"A poet is he,
A writer, too:
He always 'has
A line for you."
Magazine Campaign, Senior
Ball, lntramural Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4, lntramuraliiVolleyball
1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Soph-
omore Hop 2, lntramural
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
CARM EN SCARPINO
"Regardless of his size,
l-le played for the sport,
And not for the prize."
President National Honor So-
ciety 4, Vice-President Stu-
dent Association 4, Band 1,
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Sen-
ior Ball, Football 1, 2, 3, 41
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
1, 3, President Junior Class 3.
THC S SCHOLAN
" as Cha an ur Jun-
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t t ug 1
Bu 'n r. Ga a np
Lati lub , 37 Mix orus
, ice resi t Mixed
horus 5 Vari o ball 2,
3: etball Mgr. 2, Officer
AL ' Club 37 Chairman Jun-
ior Pr .
"Tall and fair
As can be.
Friends with her
You'Il always be."
Magazine Campaign: Library
Club l, 2, 4, Senior Ball Com-
mitteeg Girls' Glee Club 2, 3,
4: Music Festivals 2, 3, 4.
ANNE MARIE SCUMACI
"Her voice is low,
Her voice is sweet.
Her smile will sweep
You off your feet."
National Honor Society 4:
Choralairs 3, 45 Girls' Sports
1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Band l, 2,
3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4: Mag-
azine Campaign: Minstrel
Show 3, 47 Mixed Chorus l, 2,
"Good cheer is the key
To a good time.
Jessie's life will be
Cheerful and time."
Junior High Chorus: Girls'
Glee Club, Magazine Cam-
paign, Library Club l, 2, 3,
"Never a worry,
Never a care.
Always has a
Minute to spare."
Varsity Football 3, 45 Track l,
2, Magazine Campaign: ln-
tramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4:
Senior Bally Intramural Base-
ball l, 2, 3, 45 J. V. Football
Bright as the moon.
We all know her:
Her name is June."
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer
27 Volleyball 2, 3, Tumbling
3 4 3 4
, :Bowling 2, , .
"A winning smile
A pleasant way.
"Nan's" always happy,
And very gay."
National Honor Society 3, 4,
Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4: High
School Ambassador 4, Band
l, 2, Junior Prom: Senior Ball,
Baseball 25 Magazine Cam-
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"Irene" ' "RUSS"
"To be good-natured,
ls desired by all.
"Irene" is always neat
And also tall."
Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4:
Junior Red Cross lp Soccer l,
2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2: Vol-
leyball l, 2: Magazine Cam-
"Russ was happy,
Caretree, and gay.
We always found him
At the C. Y. A."
Intramural Baseball l, 2, Mix-
ed Chorus l, 2: lntramural
Basketball l, 2: Junior Prom,
When you ask a favor,
'Yes", is his answer.
He loves his football,
He's supreme as a dancer."
Football 1, 2, 3: lntramural
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3,
4: Junior Prom: Senior Ball:
He did play,
From Freshman year
To Senior day."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1
2, 3, 4: Basketball Mgr, 2, 3
4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2
3, 4: Junior Prom: Senior Ball:
Music Festivals: Magazine
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"A lovely smile "John"
Upon her face
ls a girl ot grace."
Leaders' Club 2, 3: Girls'
Sports 1, 2, 4: Latin Club 2,
3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
.lunior Prom: Winning Bas-
ketball 2: Music Festivals 2,
3, 4: Magazine Campaign.
"Don't fall from a window,
Don't fall from above,
And, for heaven's sakes,
Don't fall in love."
National Honor Society 3, 4:
Baseball 3: Armistice Day As-
sembly 3: Magazine Cam-
"A sports fan and
A manager true:
He's always on the
Stage for you."
Stage Mgr. 3, 4: Basketball
Mgr. 1, 2: Mixed Chorus 1,
2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4:
Track 1, 2: Junior Prom: Sen-
ior Ball: Choralaires 3, 4.
Like the sun she
Smiles on all.
"Bobbie" is pretty and suits
National Honor Society 4:
Senior Chorus 1, 3, 4: Girls
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Library
Club 3, 4: Minstrel Show 2,
3: Junior Prom: Choralaires
3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3.
"One of the best
This school has seen.
To her classmates
She is Queen."
National Honor Society 3, 4:
Otficer of National Honor So-
ciety 4: Officer of Student
Council 4: Senior Ball: Officer
of Leaders' Club 3, 4: Girls'
Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chor-
us 2, 3, 4,
ED RD ,Q RIGHT MATTHEW ZAWACKI
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"Ed '4,orkJd at hi "Keep your nose to the grind-
Wit! ill his mig stone,
1 igtibfwork was ni ger wrong, Keep yourself on the ball.
l ut lways "Wright", ,Q Don't be a drinker,
Gacgsh n Aiditor: l aryhytal And you'll never take a fall."
Bas ejbzi and Basel?-I l l1,' 2, Stage Crew 2, 3: lntramural
3: Senior Ball: Teljni L, 314: Basketball and Baseball 2, 3,
Projectionist 2, :li Unior 4: Magazine Campaign.
Prom: Magazine Camp' ign.
Hs name is Dave,
We call him Kody-
l-l s pokes will never match
Those ot Sam Brody."
n 7, 8, I, 2: Track I, 25
Intramural Basketball and
eball I, 2, 3, 45 Armistice
Day Assembly 2: Chorus I.
DAVID ZI M M ER
"Louie had a
Smile ready to tlash
At any good-looking,
Intramural Football, Baseball,
Basketball I, 27 Mixed Chorus,
Red Cross: Magazine Cam-
paign, Sophomore I-lop.
E. R. Teachers Association Prizes: Attendance.
responsibility, general attitude, consistent etfort-
Angela Castro, Robert Vienne and Richard Vienne.
I-larriet Babcock Memorial Prize tor excellence in
English, by East Rochester Study Club-Durwood
Delphian Study Club American History Prize -
Louis E. Bird Memorial Latin Prize, tor excellence
in Latin study - Durwood Lacey.
Burton J. Eryatt Memorial Prizes to the Senior boy
and girl, who has maintained a high scholarship.
and displayed commendable persistence and ap-
plication in business subiects-Nicholas Bellavia
and Angeline Agosto.
Mark Byron Furman Prizes to the boy and girl ot
the graduating class who have excelled in character
and ideals, scholarship and leadership-Bernice
Bayko and Jack Little.
National l-lonor Society Recognition Award, tor
advancement as a student-Ralphine Sacco.
American Legion Auxiliary ot Jules Verne Fish Post
Citizenship Prize-Mabel McQuarrie.
V. F. W. Award to the girl, tor outstanding service
rendered to the school, a pin and Certificate ot
Merit-to the boy, tor outstanding service rend-
ered to the school, a lapel button and Certificate
ot Merit-Wilma McPhee and Jack Little.
St. Nicola Society ot East Rochester Prize tor ex-
cellence in Art-Georgiana Sauer.
St. Nicola Society ot East Rochester Award to the
student ot the graduating class who has done the
most outstanding work in instrumental music-
Library Prize to a Senior tor rendering service to
the school by working in the library. Given by the
librarian, Melvin Johnson-Barbara Sleeman.
I-lonor Books, given by the Board ot Education
tor pertect attendance in the school year l95I-521
not tardy-Beverly Gowan and Joyce Jackson.
Prizes given by Carl M. Steubing tor taithtul par-
ticipation and superior work in vocal music -
Beverly Gowan - Richard Bruno.
Parent-Teacher Association prize to the member ot
the Senior Class who through scholarship, citizens
ship, leadership and general, all-round endeavor
has contributed most to E. R. I-I. S.-Bernice Bayko.
Lion's Club Prize to best triend and classmate-boy
and girl-Pauline Petti and Joseph Ballone.
Sectional award tor tirst place in the IOO-yard
dash, tirst in the history ot E. R. l"l. S.-Nick
Rochester Business Institute Scholarship - Sybil
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Jim Allen leaves his all-around ability to Pat LaFica.
Barbara Jean Alvut leaves her humor to Dolly Perrone.
Mary Jane Alvut leaves 3 or 4 other little Alvuts behind.
Beryl Ames leaves his Physique to Fred Dezio.
Diane Anthony leaves her sweaters to Lois Helfer.
Eleanor Basciani leaves for the barber shop.
Rose Bayko leaves her cute looks to Dick Prince.
Edna Blair leaves her sports ability to Dorothy Hotchkiss.
Virginia Boughton leaves her complexion to Jean Vogler.
Gladys Buchel leaves her friendliness to Mary Ann Taverrite.
Caroline Bullis leaves her candy appetite to Joyce Foote.
Betty Burton leaves her nickname "Bottles" to Georgia Carr.
Bill Brown leaves his girlish figure to Chris Russo.
Dick Bump leaves his shoes in 202.
Jack Buse leaves his drums to Peter Basciani.
Phyllis Cook leaves her jolliness to Billy Gillhart.
Justine Corea leaves to become Mr, Fahy's private secretary.
Jeanne Corea leaves her cheering ability to Anna Calabrese.
John Cannan leaves his friendliness to Louis Dianette.
Bernard Cannan leaves his witty expressions to Louis Allen.
Joe Cappiello leaves his money and nickname "Scrooge" to
Don Checho leaves the basketball team and a few hundred
girls to Larry "Mr, Smoothie" Wiezi.
Marion Cilento leaves her pleasent ways to Dorothy Young.
Barbara Calabrese leaves her acting ability to Ann Storto.
Paul Cimicata leaves Mrs, Saunders without an argument.
Gary Conners leaves his dynamic vocabulary to Rose De-
Margay Davies leaves her figure to Judy Longcoy.
Ann DeBerardinis leaves to become "Chiquita Bannana."
Rosalyn DellaPietra leaves her leadership to Evelyn Engert.
Josie DiSalvo leaves her personality to Alice Tando.
Yvette Dench leaves her dress size to Joan Cilento.
Margret DiGuiseppe leaves her nice manners to Don Mc-
Sue Durfee leaves the boys in the hands of JoAnne San-
Frank D'Agostino leaves his build to Billy "Tojo" Cramer.
Joe DiVito leaves his steering wheel to Mrs. Geers.
Don Hayden leaves his white bucks to Walt Baronas.
Martha Harris leaves her Scottish ancestry to Peter Gueli.
Joan Helfer leaves her scholarship to Faith Houser.
Barbara Finley leaves her curls to Grace Florin.
Diane Fuller leaves her styles and fashions to Lu Courtney.
Carol Goodrich leaves Penfield to Rose Corea.
Catherine Kearns leaves her neatness to Lucille LaFica.
Fran Kush leaves Rexalls to Nancy Winney and Sam Santillo.
John Kuhn leaves his drum sticks to Jim Francisco.
Don LaFay leaves his art ability to Joe D'Agostino.
Josie Loury leaves her poodle cut to Rosemary Puccia.
Nancy Magner leaves her sweetness to Phyllis Morreale.
Jeanette Marioni leaves her acrobatics to Pat Filiaci.
Gloria Marafioti leaves her black hair to Tom Lane,
Rose Martello leaves her blush to Gary Raschiatore.
Audery McLaughlin leaves Melody Corner without a request.
Eva Miller leaves her quietness to Larry Kotowitz.
Mary Ann Morreale leaves her skirts to Betty Lane.
Joe Marcucci leaves his "specs" to Jim Burlingame.
Walt McPhee leaves Greeks without a soda jerk?????
Jim Naccarella leaves a record unable to be matched by any
Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior.
Dick Nereau leaves without a care in the world.
Mary Ann Nicodemi leaves her average to Wilber Hoyt.
Beverly Nohe leaves her strut to Bob West.
Judy Parrotta leaves her fighting spirit to Lillian Finnity.
Alice Pella leaves her tennis championship to Elly De-
Carol Puccia leaves her eagerness to Peter Dorazio.
Brian Peck leaves his hunting rifle to Lee Wheaton.
Roland Pellitier leaves his business marks to Fahy Blair.
Frank Prince leaves his "Golden Toe" to Dom Quinzi.
Don Prong leaves the Poolroom to Mr. Johnson.
Dick Prosperi leaves his curls to Rita "Shaggy" O'Brien.
Joanne Quinzi leaves her southern drawl to Bruce Smith.
Lawrence Riker leaves his motorbike to Tom Devereaux.
Art Ritchie leaves his "Dad" Mr. Brody.
Sam Rocco leaves his schorching and jokes to Jerry Vienne.
Tony Santillo leaves his perfect attendence record to any
l9eter Scalia leaves his nose to Anthony LaFay.
Carmen Scarpino leaves his line to Fran Potempa.
Tom Scholand leaves his weight to Roy Rizzo.
Doc Sorge leaves a record of high honors:7????
Russ Syracuse leaves the C. Y. A. without a manager.
Sally Salmon leaves her cackle to Karen Andrews.
Joan Scalice leaves her height to Dick Fitzsimmons.
Don Schulter leaves the Gagashoan without his picture.
Ann Scumaci leaves her sweet soprano voice to "Skie"
June Sebaste leaves her clothing class poems to Bob Wine-
Nancy Shairer leaves her strength to Billy Teeter.
Jessie Sharp leaves her sheer blouses to Kate Sharp.
Marlene Smyth leaves her pleasant voice to Paul Alvut.
Irene Stephany leaves her muscles to Don Gill.
Bob Tougher leaves his leather jacket to Mr. Durante.
Frank Trovato leaves his toothy smile to Anthony Della-
Barry Tuttle leaves the stage crew to Shirley Russel.
John Wojeck leaves his red hair to Francis Santillo.
Ed. Wright leaves his velvet voice to Marline Merwin.
Mat Zawacki leaves his senior pictures to Mary Ann Ferris.
Dave Zimmer leaves his smooth dancing to Norman Hoyt.
Louis Zito leaves his name to Louis "Zeb" Zito.
Nancy VanScott leaves her ambitious spirit to Amedio
Roberta Waud leaves her slinky blonde hair to Norma
Beverly Welkley leaves her smile to Mary Sorge.
Shirley Evans leaves happily with the thought that she
transferred to E. R.
Pat Sacco leaves his jokes to anybody who wants them.
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Lets make S6000
Crime doesn't pay
"Pass the Pigskin"
"Hold that Line!"
Seniors make S4300
"The E. R. Blues"
"Up from defeat"
"We catch up on our sleep"
"Romeo. where for art thou?
T-E-A-M yea team!
l LIKE IKE
"Without a Song"
"String-a-long with Stevenson"
"And now there are 21"
FIGHT, FIGHT, Brown and White
X Marks the Spot
"Our Little Brown Jug"
"Hymn to a Hero"
Time to Rest
"The Emperor's Waltz"
The World and it's problems
"The winning team"
"Basketball gets underway."
Eat that Turkey!
And "Their off"
Sing a song with me
ERHS has voices too
"5 Little boys in White and Brown"
"Beat, who ya gona beat?"
"Why the Chimes rang"
"Come on Team, raise that score"
Happy New Year
"Thats our Team"
"Bombers give the best you've got-
'We're Back again"
"Beat. Beat. who ya gona beat?"
"Come on team, raise that score"
We beat Fairport
We cram for exams
'Fight. Fight. Brown and White"
Come on Boys"
The Romance of Words"
Score, Score. Score"
And now more are added"
'Without e Song"
'5 Little Boys in White and Brown"
'Oh what a beautiful da !"
'And there goes Brody for a shot!"
'Step right up folks"
Come on-now. everybody sing"
'Those are our boys"
ln your Easter Bonnet"
Look out N, Y.. here we come"
lt sure went by fast"
"Will it be the Army, or College?"
The King and Queen"
'Shall we Dance?"
And they can sing too"
Well. it will soon be over"
They were outstanding"
'May God be with you
wherever you go."
'Well. the Seniors will leave-but.
next year the rest of the school
will still be here."
We've got Centers mighty tough-"
Magazine Campaign began.
Assembly on crime prevention by Assistant District Attorney.
Football game with Ben. Franklin. Score in our favor 13-7.
Football game with Canandaigua. We won with score 6-0.
End of Magazine Campaign.
We lost to Newark in a tight football game with score 20-7.
Blue Jay Singers.
Football game with Brighton at E. R. We won 20-7.
Columbus Dey recess.
Mr. Copeland. a Shakespearean actor. entertained us in assembly.
We played lrondequoit on our own field and won with score 21-13.
Speech of Republican views on the coming election.
Mixed Chorus entertained teachers at Monroe High.
Choralaires entertained the teachers at Jefferson High.
We played host to Brockport and won, 20-7.
Speech of Democratic views on the coming election.
New members tapped in the National Honor Society assembly.
We beat Webster on their field with score 25-14.
Mock election was held in school.
We got back our "Little Brown Jug". after beating Fairport
with score 25-13.
Armistice Day assembly.
Armistice Day recess.
Seniors make S40 on the Ball,
E. C. Ramsey spoke on the U. S. and the world.
The Awards Assembly was held.
First basketball game on our court with Newark. We won 51-45.
We beat Webster. at Webster.
Outside assembly-George Campbell entertained with music.
Our fall concert was a huge success.
We played host to lrondequoit and won.
We beat Brockport on their court with score 25-24.
We played host to Brighton but lost 51-45.
We traveled to Newark and won 48-43.
Traveling to Geneva. we won 59-33.
We played host to Pittsford and won 64-45.
We traveled to Spencerport and won.
Played host to Fairport and won.
We traveled to lrondequoit and won.
We played host to Brockport and won.
Outside assembly on languages.
We traveled to Brighton.
National Honor Society Assembly.
Choralaires travedled to the Rochester Friendly Home to entertain.
We played host to Spencerport.
Washington Birthday recess.
Senior-Faculty basketball game.
We traveled to Fairport.
Seniors staged Fun Night.
Senior play is put on. Proceeds donated to the Poor Juniors!
Basketball awards assembly.
School closed for the Easter vacation.
lfinallyi Seniors went to New York City.
Easter recess ended and school reopened.
Junior Prom was held.
High School Spring Concert.
Moving up day.
School Regents exams.
Regents exams. I 9 5 2 - 1 3
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So come on Eas+ Rochesier, win +onigh+.
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Bombers give Ihe besl' you've go+:
And do i+ -- TONIGHT!!
WINNING CLASS SONG l95I
,, A Sophomores we're 'rhe class of I953:
if When ihe chips are down, when we're losing ground,
We will slill go on +o viclory.
It Sophomores of Ihis class we are always proud fo be:
f, Wiih a spiril slrong, we can'+ go wrong, ,
0 ,Ve 0' " We will win, +ha+s always plain +o see.
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We belon 'ro a class Ihal is greal.
ff- And a class ihey will all appreciaie:
cqpvczh We wan+ +o say, our class is here fo sray.
Jusi go on saying, We re doing line gay, young Sophomores:
SOPI-IOMORE CLASS YOU'RE O. K.
WINNING CLASS SONG I952
Siand up and cheer Ihe Juniors are here. Ihe besl class in all The land:
All our classmafes me+, worked 'rogeiher fo ge+ - all Ihe
O, here we are Ihe class of Juniors, Ihe class of l953.
We've excelled in 'things we've done
We've all worlced hard bu+ slill we've had our fun.
We feel so sorry 'lor you Seniors, you Sophomores ha
So make room give way, for 'rhe besf class of ihe day
JUNIOR CLASS of '53.
Remember Ihe song we sang when we were Freshmen,
And +he song +ha+ won for us in Iifly-one:
So proud we'll always be. fhe class of filly-+hree.
We ioined in spor+s or any game, and raised ou
And loolc a+ Ihe way Miss Maxon has advised us.
Her help has guided us 'Ihrough ouf 'rhe years:
Waich us "E, R." for here we are - "CLASS of '53'
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Miss Bourne's Home Room
Top Row: Vienna, Mc:Quay,
K'tCl'l9V1, Quinzi, Harris, Alvut
Cliddle Row: Francisco, Smith
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sin, Hite, West. First Roslf. SZ-
Veronica, Winney, Best, 5155,
Engem SOV99, Tando, Courtney
Russo, Florin, Hopkins, I
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HOM E ROOM 219
Miss Hery's Home Room
. Top Row: LaFica, Baronas,
5 Weise, Sfenglein Middle Row:
'X Ballone, Carli, Glanton, Hoyt,
ll Devereaux, Gueli, Hanselman.
Front Row: Yacona, Potempa,
Perrone, Rocco, Hauser, Duval,
Blair, Rizzo, Russell, Fleming.
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HOME ROOM 208
Mrs. Sprague's Home Room
Top Row: Seidel, Pecilio, Conrad,
Belton, Palmer. Third Row: Ditzel,
Gilford, Cosco, Roika, Gallelli,
Meyers, Second Row: Vogler,
Whitman, Morono, Turner, Koh-
ler, Di Berardinis, Kitchen, Buee
chel, Wheeler, Galante, First
Row: Harris, Mac Gregor, Corea,
Longcoy, Stuclros, Trovato, Ham-
ilton, Seltrelli, Sleeman, Blair,
HOME ROOM 213
Miss Fritz's Home Room
Top Row: Schultlf Cilento, De-
Vito, Merwin, Piersielak, Belaslres,
Fioravanti, Prince, StePl'lU"Yf R'C'
ci, Middle Row: Lane, Youljqf
Hamilton, Oderlcirli, Bach, White-
ngqhi, Lenzi, Dephillip, Carter.
Foote, Front Row: Ferris, Martel-
lo, Rizzo, Schillaci, Rice, Storto,
O'Brien, Greeley, Glanton. Bal-'el'
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'op Row: Barbero, Morreale, Essom, Lane. Middle
low: Boticelli, Clow, Hayden, Menette, Taverrite,
'owers, Salmon. Front Row: Pavoni, Arianna, Nevin,
fhapin, Alvut, Hurlburt, Fulton, Gilbert, Fowler, Czech.
MR. QUlNN'S HOME ROOM
lop Row: Goewey, Alvut, Sortino, Cooney, Gardner,
3rown. Middle Row: Allen, Ransco, Waud, Santucci,
7-rench, Lane, Seidel, Cherrington, Odorisi, lrhman,
feeter. First Row' Kotowicz Hotfrnan Lon ear
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Top Row: Spollio, Root, Malley, Gauthier, Young.
Row: Allen, Scumaci, Hoffman, Kreqer, Shelhan
Lausin, Schojan, Fuller, Basciani. Second Row: MCM
Filitti, Rascniatore, Crandall, Childs, Wellcley, Br.
Smith, Harris, Swilcehart. First Row: Balmer, Ambr
Palermo, Talmaclge, Mowry, D,iBerarclini Lucia, O'l
Peets, Julien, Turner. J X
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Top Row: Cromwell, Hassler, Cimicata, Luclcett, Eml
Stearn, Adams, Russell, Ahern, Fitzsimmons. Second l
Kristan, Hopkins, O'DelI Hull, Ledermann, MCF
Sirianno, Panarites, Tando, Schroll, Van Scott. First F
Barbero, Perschitti, Aquini, Aloisio, Nevin, Raschial
George, Bostian, Fuller, Capponi, Kier,
jxlr. Durante's Home Room
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HOME ROOM 111
Top Row: Santillo, Schrecken-
gast, LaCastro, Plyter, Muse-
leldt, Coolr, Hydriclz, Second
Row: Bellavia, Juseurz, Wright,
Dellon, Shellhammer, Ross
Prong, Strong, Balia, Aria ,,
drews, Schlafer. Front Row:
Connioto, Kitchen, Pereqrin
Gill, Knibbs, Linzi, Hoyt, For
rest, Corea, Cosco, Buechel
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HOME ROOM 109
Miss Horsey's Home Room
Top Row: Koons, Cilento
dle Row: Squire, Galloway
Calabrese, Bellavia, Thomas
Mancuso, Pasquale, Comislcy
Blair. Front Row: Pavone
Kirlrpatriclc, DeVito, Peterson
Sortino, Falcone, Stone. Mid- s
D'Ambrose, Marcucci, Rosati,
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HOME ROOM 113
Mr. Bouchard's Home Room
Top Row: Mulder, Kreger, Murray, Maurc
Williams, Schilling, George, Henry, Soles, Bell
ran. Second Row: Ross, Thomas, Clarke, Florin
Burlingame, Stenglein, Allen, D'Agostinc
Sweeney, Newcomb, Wojick. First Row: Fuller
Fink, Kuppinger, Gaudioso, Parson, Dehn, Sul!
Whitenight, Bortle, Joslyn, Pacilio.
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HOME ROOM 103
Mrs. Gears' Home Room
Top Row: Burton, Beltran,
Hanks, Braal, Koenig, Orms-
bree, Saltrelli, Demare, Clark,
Saalfranlr, Price. Second Row:
Obourn, Mueller, Reed, Nen-
no, Tobin, Jones, Woodcock,
Taverrite, Hoselton, Filitti,
Geminn, McLaughlin. Front
Row: Buflone, Quenell, Sacco,
Goddard, Pecilio, Cira, Squier,
Mast, Jusewicz, Smith, Lind-
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HOME ROOM 108
Mr, Virgilio's Home Room
Top Row: Stell, Filitti, Young,
Wilson, Courtney, Allen l..,
Delfino, Prinzivalli. Middle
Row: Lausin, Garwood, Allen
T., Dryer, Mote, Knorr, Le-
rnonica, Palermo, LaPietrc,
Zito, Blair, DiGuiseppi. Front
Row: Baker, Murray, Cromwell,
Engert, Sleeman, Maiorani,
Peregrin, Myers, Loury, Feath-
ers, Sharp, Setter.
HOME ROOM 'I01
Mr. Verzella's Home Room
Top Row: Morabito, Laties,
Branski, Bauer, O'Brien, Sea'
blom, Packer, Cairns, Carr,
Providence, Davis, Megale.
Middle Row: Welkley, Lamb,
Kenny, Forman, Allen, Mc-
Phee, Guiliano, Lugwig, Du-
rente, Blair, Lombardo, Ur-
zetta. Front Row: Harris, Di-
Salvo, Celabrese, Forrugia,
Hopkins, Bardon, Anthony,
Wilkins, Scalia, Heil, Konarslri,
Scarpino, Pettrone, Morrow.
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Top Row: Miss Beardsley, Ad-
visor, Tuttle, Hite, Cosco,
Riker, LaFay. Middle Row:
Russell, Russo, Turner, First
Row: Buechel, Soudan, Di-
alvo, Nohe, Evans, Bayko,
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The purpose of the stage crew is to help put on our school plays and assemblies. ' "N'Kjii' ii
The sta e crew works hard on scenic desi ns, Ii htin , borrowin ro erties, con- H- 3
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'ob well done. Bein on the stage crew mi ht sound like 'fun but it means a lot of
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7' - Past, present and future, the performance of the proiectionists is an
. T Q A invaluable service to the teachers and the students of this school. This service
5 f 1 .Q is the one of showin educational motion ictures to the u ils of various
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i cl 7 , 5155 classes. Their work does not stop there: they have given up t err class time
, if Q f and study halls. and have even worked after school cleaning or repairing the
A' Q 0, it 'ive , projectors. This is done to make your school work easier and more enjoy-
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Top Row: J, Lausin, Adams,
Wright, Whitenight, Allen.
Front Row: Myers, Doyle,
Ritchie, Gilhart, Tuttle, Piers-
ielak, Nereau, Brown. Sitting:
GAGASI-IDAN msu.En or TALES:
Have you ever wondered aboul' ihe 3
work rhaf goes info The proclucfion of a
year book? A few examples are layouis.
drawings, pholography, and adverlise-
menls. The I953 Gagashoan is headed by
Edifor Ed Wright. We would like lo ex-
press our Thanks lo Miss Bourne and Miss
Beardsly. We hope ihis book will help lo
bring back memories of 'rhe "Senior Class
Top Row: Welkley, Sebaste, Pella, Scu-
maci, VanScott. Middle Row: Cook,
Kearns, Magner. First Row: Anthony
DiSaIvo, Alvut, Puccia, Calabrese, Maio
Top Row: LaFay, Connors, Wright, Riker. Middle Row
Bayko, Cook, Miss Bourne, VanScott, McPhee. Froni Row
Basciani, Corea, Puccia, Heller, Durlee, Maiorani
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This year fhere were iweniy Gagashoan colleciors.
very Wednesday ihey wenf 'ro 'rheir assigned rooms
and collecled paymenls. Aller colleciion, fhey lolaled
ip 'rhe money and lhen if was furned in fo Rosalyn Della-
iefra, Colleclion Manager.
GAGASHOAN COLLECTION STAFF
Third Row: Burton, Morreale, Smykh, Anthony
Shairer, Nicodemi, Loury. Second Row: Weud
Fuller, Pella, DeBerardinis, Alvut, Blair. Firsi Row
Buechel, Welkley, Scalise, Puccia, Calabrese, Di
Salvo, Scumaci. On Siairs: Advisors, Miss Beard
sley, Miss Bourne, Della Pietra.
THE STUDENT GDUNCIL
high school homeroom.
SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
President, Cilentop Vice-President,
Scarpino: Secretary, VanScott.
The student council is composed ot a representative trom each Senior
Each spring, the president and vice-president tor the tollowing year, are
elected trom candidates ot the Junior class. This year otiicers are: Vincent
Cilento-president: Carmen Scarpino-Vice-president: and Nancy VanScott-sec-
The council undertakes many important duties. Among these are: select-
ing the cheerleaders: and collecting Student Association dues. The Student
Council is under the capable advisership ot Mrs. Saunders, Miss Bentley and
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1:15 " Standing: Allen, M' Sl clcling, Mr. O'DonneII, Miss Bentley, Vogler, Lawson, Weise.
.gi Qyj Top Row Sitting: O' r' VanSc,Qtt. Middle Row Sitting: Krathwold, Cilento, Nacarella.
1' ' Bottom Row Si . EmIq:ey,'Della Pietra, Draper, Scarpino, Latay, Taverrite.
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cbmpqdl o I ne represent-
'I ative bly ea h seventh and
eighthl gra e homeroom.
The coImcil's duties are to
arrange and conduct
dances, help choose Junior
Varsity Cheerleaders, help
sell season pass boolcs, and
collect student association
dues. The representatives
help the Senior Council in
activities carried on
throughout the school.
JR. HIGH COUNCIL
Top Row: Advisors, Miss Horsey, Mr.
Cannioto, Cilento. Middle Row: Hy-
driclc, A. Cilento, D'Agostino. First
Row: Sweeney, Obourn, McPhee,
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JR. HIGH COUNCIL OFFICERS
Secretary, Sweeney, President,
Agostino, Advisor, Miss Horsey, V
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LATIIN CEUB QFFICERS pmt Row: Hgms Vtginebrenner, Russell, Taecischilftfvegglf Chapin, Kohler, 5rLii1l:iinM,3Ill1BY.
Royka, Harris, Miss Fritz, Lane, Burton, ' Ce' mbfeyf Kotowiczl Rami t l' lO""'f Duval, Lane Paclgl rs'
Courtney' a ore, Hotchkiss, LaFiCal Kgtowiiyo, Carr.
The purpose of the French Club is to help further the pupil's knowledge
of the language and customs ot the French people.
This year the club went to see the movie "Les Miserables" which
proved to be ot great enjoyment to all. .
Under the guidance of Mrs. Barrett the club is progressing nicely and
the number of members has increased greatly since last year.
Each year the Latin Club is an enthusiastically formed organization.
The purpose ot this club is mainly to bring all its members together to inn-
press Roman customs and habits upon them. Each year new officers are
elected to represent their club, and the new members go through a short
initiation ritual. The club has been growing continually and now has about
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cilio. Third Row:
Piersielak, Prong, Nico-
demi, Burton, Second
Row: Merwin, Sauer,
Courtney, Lane, Cilento,
Glanton, Vogler, Lane,
Whitman, Young, Rosa,
Demare. Front Row:
Greeley, Houser, Hel-
ter, Della Pietra, Shair-
er, Rice, O'Brien, Wellc-
ley, Sudan, Harris,
Top Row: Emerson,
Doyle, Connors, Mc-
Phee, Osterling, Pal-
mer, D'lnriocenzo, Pa-
Roylca, Smith, Reed,
LaFay, Della Pietra,
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. i' , Carly Newcom' I v sam, mv ' -ii' , K PP1f'9e" , ' ia .
'LTP Ziyi. Fmgci Anthony, Gx2okdriiT:y,CkWCaEZidkOSZ? Potempth Yorli, 2Elt3:kLnqAndiJ9ws, Hamilton, Sult, Mu er
gior , f 'r a f y mas. '
Third Ropw: QCATgbesliovijarslsrlticelli? Schillacr, Rizlo, Lane, O
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The Library Club consisTs oT s+uden+s oT The Junior and Senior High '- W H - g
School who work aT leasT one period a weelc in The library. AlThough'The 5 , -'TKLT' ' "' '.-' ' ', 1-
purpose oT The club is To serve The readers There is some social acTlviTy. W , ' I a .
LasT ear The club had a ver successTul Tea. The club lans To have Two Teas -1 '- -, iq- T X, f 1' '
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Among The lisT oT new courses oTTered The sTudenTs This year was ThaT OT
Journalism. This course provides an ouTleT Tor and The developmenT oT any
wriTing abiliTy which mighT be possessed by The sTudenTs.
The TruiTs OT The ThoughT and hard work puT in by The sTudenTs is
evidenced weekly in The new oTTicial school paper, The High School Am-
bassador. As a resulT oT This publicaTion boTh The class members, The sTu-
denT body, and The comrnuniTy aT large have proTiTed.
ru: Almssnnon .IOURNALISM CLASS
Sitting: Best, Soudan,
Harris, Emerson, Con-
nors, Shairer, Morreale,
Filiaci, Turner. Sfand-
ing: Mr. Fahy, Rosa.
Ditzel, Nicodemi, Della
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There is noi one of lhe 39 Choralaires fha? does noi "love io sing
For lhe pasi ihree years, This organizaiion has enieriained ai disiani
schools and for social galherings in and around Easi Rochesier. The or-
ganizahons musical reperloire includes spiri+uals, seasonal songs, old
and new classics pop and ryihm arrangemenis, and sacred music.
The magazine campaign, The largesi proieci underlraken by +he Sen-
iors was very succes ful ihis year. Sales loialed approximaiely 54,500
and a profil ol SI 600 was realized. Don Prong was General Manager.
McPhee R tch e Bu ton. Rilcer, Scarpino, Nohe, Prong, Puccia, Coolr.
Baci: Row: Kitchen, Fitz
mons, Emerson, Conners,
hart. Third Row: West, Ga
Pacilio, Francisco, D'lnnen
zio, Root, I., Smith, Ca
Embrey, Cimicata, Mr. Ste
ing. Second Row: Weinbren
Osterling, Greeley, Pella, L
Whitman, D.Vogler, Krathw
Waucl, Salmon, N. Turner
Cooney. First Row: R. Puc
Scumacci, Hoffman, Harris
Lane, Calabrese, Davis,
Trovato, Nohe, Durfee, Cc
ney. Best, Storfo.
RED CROSS OFFICERS
Standing: Mrs. Reiglesperger, Advis
Mary Ann Nicodemi. Sitting: Sa
Salmon, Phyllis Morreale, Mary Sorc
This year 'rhe Junior Rec
Cross Council was composed o'
+wo Senior and Two Junioi
girls. Under Iheir clirecfion
boxes were sen+ +o Europear
children and membership ir
The organizaiion was encour
The Siudenf Council coop
eraied in colleciing you
niclcels and dimes, which made
'rhese programs possible.
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Being asked lo sing al imporlanl
funclions is becoming a habil of
Easl Roches+er's Mixed Chorus. ln
Oclober lhe chorus journeyed +o lhe
meeling ol: 'rhe Cenlral Wesfern
Zone of New York Slafe Teacher's
Top Row: Malley, Hoffman, Cilento, Van Scott,
Turner, Whitman. Middle Row: Santillo, Hotchkiss,
Calabrese, Lane, Pella, Sharp, Trovato. Botiom
Row: Harris, Scumaci, Nohe, Hopkins, Soudan,
O'Dell, Chapin, Finity, Puccia.
Top Row: Waud, Anthony, Lane, Vogler, Sauers.
Middle Row: Harris, Salmon, Burton, Glanton,
Hopkins, Vogler, Davies, Courtney. Bottom Row:
Best, Puccia, Durfee, Krathwohl, Storio, Morreale,
Magner, DiSalvo, Ambrogio, Pavone.
Associalion Conference in Roches-
ler. Under Mr. Carl Sleubing's di-
reclions, lhey performed nolably.
Olher evenfs on 'rhe calender were:
The 'Counly Vocal Feslival, Spring
and Fall Concerls and fhe annual
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Top Row: Maybee, Platlno, Glanton, Florin, Bal-
lone, Carli, Serge, Rocco. Middle Row: Tando,
Engert, D. Blair, Perrone, Potempa, Taverrite, San-
tillo, Hopkins, Rosa, Russo. Fronf Row: Heller,
Rizzo, Sharp, Duval, Winney, DeBeradinis, F.
Blair, Filiaci, Morreale, Finity, DeVeronica.
Top Row: Smyth, Morreale, Salmon, Boulton, Mc-
Laughlin, Alvut, Blair, Stephany, Fuller, Waud.
Third Row: Bayko, Anthony, Goodrich, Helfer,
Nicodemi, Evans, Calabrese, VanScott, Kearns,
DiGuiseppe, Cilento. Second Row: Welkley, Pelle,
Alvut, Puccia, Kush, Durfee, DeBeradines, Basciani,
Finley, Sharp. Boftom Row: Miller, Quinzi, Della
Pietra, Nohe, Buechel, DiSalvo, Martello, Harris,
Scalise. Corea. Maiorani, Manner, Corea, Scu-
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
One hundred 8: lhirly high schoo
girls compose lhe membership of lhe
Girls Glee Club. Because of lhe
large number in lhe group, lhey
rehearse in fwo seclions, combining
lheir efforls and voices for perform
ances. Their well blended voice:
and good looks make a welcome ad
dilion 'ro lhe musical programs dur
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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: "V" lrom left to rightp Checko, Zito, Weise, Lalzica, Smith, Brown,
Scarpino, Naccarella, D'Agostlno, Vienne, Fltzsimmons, Allen, Managers: Yacona, Trovato.: Coach:
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Despite the tact that a I5-3 record was good tor SCORES AND SCHEDULES
but a runner-up in the county loop this year, the JUN'0R VARSWY T VARSHY
memory ot the lighting Bombers ot l952-53 will go Team sam
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down an the mlnds of many E. R. l"l. S. fans as one of Webster Webster
their most cherished memories. Irondequait lrondequoit
l-laving lost the first halt title to a time Brighton BfPClfPOff Bffifllfpoff
team, the Baroodymen roarecl back in the second half B"9l'lO" B"9l'tO"
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only to be beaten by a vastly Improved Falrport qulntet. Geneva Geneva
After the Bombers had won the resulting play-otl with Pittsford Pittsford
Brighton, and the second halt crown, in one ot the SPEHCSFPOFY 5P?f1CefPOff
greatest come-back games ever, another play-oft was Fa"pO't Fa"p0'l
+ d . h . In Webster Webster
necessary o etermnne t e county representatuve to t e Imdequoit lrondeqwt
This time, however, the combined forces of Lady Luck Brighton Briqhfvn
and the Law of Averages plus the Brighton Barons caught SP?"Ce'PO'l Sp,e"Ce'PO't
- ---. Fanrport Fairport
up wnth our men and for the 'First time In eight suc- Brighton
cessive years, a new record, the Bombers bowed out. Brighton
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Allen and Franlc Prince, Coach Larry Quinn builT
The second mosT powerful grid squad in The CenTral
WesTern Comference. Ending The season wiTh a 7
won, I losT record gave The "Bombers" second
place in The C.W.C.,' Their only loss was To The
champs Newark F
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Cramer, Kuhn. Yacono, Tuttle, Ha
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James Naccarella Frank Prince
E. R. I3 Ben Franlrlrn 7
E. R. 6 Canandaigua O
E. R. 26 Brighton 7
E. R. 25 Irondequoit I3
E. R. 20 Broclcport 7
E. R. 25 Webster I9
E. R. 25 Fairport I3
E. R. 7 Newarlr 20
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
E. R. I8 Canandaigua 27
E. R. O Brighton 6
E, R. 43 Irondequoit I2
E. R. I4 Brighton O
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A slow starr with a last finish can well de-
scribe the record of this year's Junior Varsity
squad. For a great majority of the boys,
'rhis was their first real experience with fool'-
ball. lr look fhem time Io learn the various
fundamentals, but at all limes they were eager
to learn and practice. As the season pro-
gressed, Ihey 'foo progressed and their lasl'
two games, as fhe scores indicate, were a
marked improvement over their first two.
Top Row: Coach Virgillio, Palmer, Gardner, Czech. Fitzsimmons, Spollio, Seidel, Assistant Coaches
Ritchie, Tougher. Second Row: Kitchen, Cooney, Teeter, Pacilio, Lane, Wheeler, Odorise, Reed
Essorn, Morreale, Cosco, Estey, Roylra. First Row: Tando, Kohler, Basciani, Barbero. Kuhn, Hoffman
DiPietro, Venette, Wellcley, Taverrite, Santucci.
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acl: Row: Cappirflfl, J, fannan, B, Cannan Tuttle F. Prince, Front Row: Coach Naccarella,
ronri Haydon, Aloinn, Cilenlc.
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Back Row: Laiisrn. Julien, Burlingame. Front Row: Coach Vienne, Gill, Yacona, Draper.
INTRAMU RAL PROGRAM
An lnlramural Baslcelball Pro-
gram is conducled during 'rhe in-
door season and is open +o all
boys who are nor par+icipa+ing
on eifher rhe varsily or J. V.
Teams. ln rhe Junior-Senior
League eighf coaches. each of
whom is a member ol eilher The
Varsily or J. V. Squad selecfs
his leam al a drawing held prior
lo The opening of The League. The
Frosh-Soph League is composed
ol represenlalive Teams from each
of The home rooms and 'rhey lilie-
wise are coached by a Varsily or
J. V. Squad member.
The winners in each of +he di-
visions-Frosh, Soph, Jr. and Sr.
- meels similar 'reams represent-
ing Brighlon High School. These
inler-school series are a goal +o-
ward which each feam slrives in
addilion lo winning 'rheir own class
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Baclr Row: Bach. lndiano, Carter, DePhillip. Front Row: Back Row: O'Brien. Root, McMillan, Turner. Front Row:
Coarh Allen, Lindsay, DeVito, Rizzo, Piersalaclr. A-1 Fuller, Wellrley, Basciani, Schojan, Coach Reed.
resident, VanScott5 Secretary, Maioranig
Girls' Physical Education Instructor.
Baclr Row: J. Vogler. Russo, D. Vogler, Alfieri, Merwin. Third Row: Hopkins, Longcoy,
O'Brien, Rice, VanScott, Evans, Florin, Pella, Suli. Second Row: Hauser, Puccia. Corea,
DiSalvo, Lane, Harris, Davies, Goodrich, Buechel, Burton. Front Row: Nohe, Anthony,
Alvut, Martello, DeBerardinis, Courtney, DellaPietra, Maiorani, Quinzi,
Each year Miss Benlon and lhe lhirly-live members of lhe Leader's
Club supervise an exlensive girls' inlramural program. They acl as umpires,
scorelceepers, limelceepers, and referees: They also run showers for lhe very
rired feminine alhleles aller The games.
Besides running lhe games, lhey also help lighlen Miss Ben+on's many
responsibiliries in gym classes. Keeping lhe girls in line and providing inreresl-
ing games for lhem lakes a lor of ingenuiry.
Under lhe leadership of Miss Benlon, ihe officers Nancy VanSco++,
Jeaneile Maiorani, Chris Russo, and The various managers, a very success-
lul program was fulfilled.
FIRST AND SECOND PLACE TENNIS CHAMPS
Sauer, Pella, Nohe, Vogler.
WINNING GIRLS' SOCCER TEAM
Baclr Row: Walid, Morrealc, VanScotl. Goodrich. Front Row: Dellapietra,
Bnylco, Fvanc, Mmrvram, Miller, Davis, Marfello.
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Standing: Voqler. Russo. Middle Row: Russel
Tando, Perrone, Kneeling: Tavverile, DeBerardiu
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Back Row: Kearns, Morreale, VanScott. Middle Rc
Magner, Maiorani, Miller. Kneeling: Marte
Back Row: Pelln, None, Voqler, Andrews, DeViIo, Morreale, Blair, Turner,
DiGmw 0 Middle Row: Martello D, Blair Sleeman, A. Mariello,
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Pnrria, DiSalvo, Stuclfas, DuVal, Froni Row: Carr, Slorto.
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Compliments of the
PAUL'S FOOD MARKET
O. Y. A. "We Meet or Beat All Priees"
JOHN TREVISAN, Director "4 E- COMMERC'A'- ST-
Free Delivery Phone E. R. 685-R
Good Will and Surress to the
P U L V E R S , "CLASS OF '53"
Jewelry, Wafches - Glasses Fllied from
S.. ........... sERVIgg-g5RggfggIANCE
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Lighi Lunches Ph . R. IIO
CLARK'S HOME FURNISHING
"Home of Streamlined Selling"
400 W. Commercial S+. Easf Roches+er
Compliments Compliments of
COMMUNITY CLOTHES SHOP HILLSIDE SERVICE STATION
Ill W, COMMERCIAL ST, Corner Fairpdr+ - Lincoln Roads
E551 Rochegfer Phone 283 Cliff Joslin John Celeniano
HATCH MUSIC STORE
KING'S SHOE STORE
EARL'S WELDING SERVICE
Eas+ Roches+er Phone l24-M
J. DELLA PIETRA'S
GROCERY and MEAT MARKET
450 W. COMMERCIAL ST.
We Deliver Phone E. R. 684-J
CARR'S FOOD MARKET
58 LINDEN AVENUE
Easi' Rochesfer Phone l87-M
ALFIERI FOOD MARKET
230 W. COMMERCIAL ST.
You Ring E. R. l20 We Bring
Best WislJes to tbe
"CLASS OF '53"
R O S E ' S
E. G. Hazzard - E. B. Hazzard
"YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE"
Mr. Wal+er Hoselfon, Charles Hoselfon, and Mr. Dunne survey fhe driver +raining car.
The car is being loaned +o +l1e School Sysfem.
BEST WISHES TO THE
"CLASS OF '53"
'CHARTERED BUS SERVICE
GHS and ELECTRIC
Your Friendly Service Company
Main and Commercial
,,, A M E R I c A N
G R A T T O N I S Tailoring and Dry Cleaning Service
I: U R N I T U R E "Known for Quality W ork"
East Rochester Main St. 322 Main St. East Rochester
D e R I T T E R - F I S H CARL'S TEXACO SERVICE
I N S U R A N C E Corner Commercial and Main
I37 W. Commercial St. East Rochester East Rochester Phone E. R. 220
JOHN and 'DOM CALABRESE
East Rochester II6 W. Commercial
DAN ' S BILLIARD PARI.-OR
TOWN DRY CLEANERS
"We CALL and DELIVER"
D 0 M R I C C I
I06 W. Commercial St. Phone E. R. 74I 407 Main St. East Rochester
B A C H M A N 'S Compliments of
319 MAIN STREET DESPATCH MOTORS INC.
Ice Cregm Cgrrfegfigngry "YOUR LOCAL HUDSON DEALER"
MBQGIIHGS Smokes East Rochester Q Phone 77l
FEDERAL SAVINGS and
The Place Where You Get The
Most For Your Savings
Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF 1953
DESPATCH SHOPS INC.
JACKETS and AWARD SWEATERS
For Quality and Dependability Call
R U B Y ' S
SPORTING GOODS STORE
Rochestefs Spalding Store
857 CIin'ron Ave. So. MOnroe 3357
You Will Find a Suifable GIFI'
For Every Occasion A+
Who Extend Very Good Wishes to the
CLASS OF 1953
CLINTON BARGAIN STORE
"THE FAMILY SHOPPING SPOT"
Extends Best Wishes to the
CLASS OF '53
Rochesfer Business InsI'iI'u+e
R. B. I. Students of Today Are
Leaders of Tomorrow
I72 Clinton Ave. So. Roches+er 4, N. Y.
KITCI-IEN'S SERVICE STATION
SINCLAIR GASOLINE and OIL
320 Main Sf. Phone E. R. 308
I02 WEST COMMERCIAL ST.
Phone E. R. 44l
EAST ROCHESTER OFFICE
UNION TRUST CO.
W. D. HEWES AGENCY
SCHNEPP MOTORS INC.
Your CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH Dealer
4I4 Main Sfreei Phone 276 4l3 Main gf,-eef
MAIN AUTO SALES CANDY - ICE CREAM
SKYLINE DRESS SHOPPE K N 0 T T Y ' P I N E
C""'Pi?"f"" PATTERSON'S HARDWARE
W E S T E R N A U T O
Main and Commercial Slreef
HARDWARE and SPORTING GOODS
ll0 Easf Commercial Sfreei
GINEGAW BROS- TANDO'S cHoP HoUsE
Plumbing - Healing - Hardware
Radio-Television AIR CONDITIONING
E. Raghesler Phone 3 Open 24 Hours
FINN AUTO SUPPLY MANCE'S MARKET
C0mPlim4'm5 Van Heusen Shirls Forfune Shoes
GENE'S CLOTHES SHOP
P A R K S I D E D A I R Y Curlee Clofhes Campus Sporiswear
THOMAS D. PHRROTTH
152 WEST COMMERCIAL STREET
East Rochester, N. Y.
A. L. ANDERSON
"SAY IT WITH FLOIVERSU
WEST SIDE BOWLING HALL
WE CATER TO BOWLING PARTIES
l'46-8 W. COMMERCIAL ST.
' John Speca. Prop.
G A B E ' S
T. V. SALES and SERVICE
LENA'S BEAUTY BAR
The Gagashoan would like fo express
iheir +hanks fo fhe Business Managers,
Carmen Scarpino and Tom Scholand.
for rhe excellenf work on fhe Ad section
of fhe bool.
E. R. BOWLING and
We Ca+er Io BanqueIs and Par+ies
Phone E. R. l45
CARPENTER HARDWARE CO.
"Serving You Since 1911"
HARDWARE. PAINTS and GLASS
WELCH'S MEN'S SHOP
"WHERE QUALITY COUNTS"
Woodworking can be a proitable hobby
Investigate Eesi-Bild Patterns
I07 N. Washingfon S+. Phone E. R. 742
DESPATCH OIL co OF
Comer ROCHESTER STATIONERY CO.
WASHINGTON and LINDEN AVE.
Telephone E. R. 242
8 JAY STREET
Rochesfer 6, New York
BIISTIIIN BROS. COMPANY
Exclusive Dealers in High Schools
JEWELRY, ENGRAVED COMMENCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENTS, PERSONAL CARDS
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Many years ago our predecessors
decided fha? fhis school needed a
yearbook, a record 'For each grad-
ua+e +o keep as a reminder of his
high school days. When 'rhe firsl'
book weni' info produciion in l93l,
+he search for a sui+able name
In 'rhe area where we now live,
Indians once roamed, sialking game,
fighfing wars, and building villages.
Each village had ifs s1'ory iellers,
who passed down from generaiion
fo generaiion 'rhe glories of 'rhe
'rribe in fales called Gagashoan.
Today we record fhe legends of
our pas? in word and piciurez our
yearbook iells ihe sfory of 'l'he
iribesg lhe prowess of fheir braves
in inferfribals, +he wisdom of iheir
leaders, and ihe charm of 'rheir
maidens, iusl' as 'rhe lndian feller of
fales did so long ago.
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