Elba Central School - Revue Yearbook (Elba, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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NR ' --. -' Q X' I M W W -Z7 ' ff, , .i N Fonzwoan . nf! xiii!!! . Q- K , In this yea.r's Revue, a mouse, Joe College, is shown through Elba Central In UN 'Vx M ly -X a School by his friend, another mouse who graduated from the Elba Central School -L 1' xl may science laboratory to college study. Upon arriving in Elba for a short vacation Ll' W with his friend, Joe College becomes intensely interested in the story of the ,gil L? classes and activities now taking place in the Alma Mater of his close friend. ? ff One bright morning as students walk cheerily to school, Joe and his friend A scamper along behind. Just as they reach the door, a bus arrives and the mice K N - 4 scoot rapidly among the feet , to avoid being "squashed". Joe's adventure has Le' X started! While his friend acts as narrator in the following pages, note Joe's reactions to the students' classes and activities in the Elba Central School. W ? S54 50 A 5 ,fr ' ' 1 '-Av ' ? 'ly I v ,V 'af' N ? , X,-'N i 41 in V lk 'ww 'K x NX N as X xx m rl 0 5 V-sig' I kgug, .f N V Q , f 5?-1:-,Xxx ,W ise A f , , , QL IN- y X , , A H, ' J - an - - 1 X . -X f If I 1 x . ' I k 453 LAI., N X "i I Q-N R ' l X! I 4, X ff g, . ' if I C 4 F fl 41 'X A ' X V , X! , .qv I y fi I .V 4 , gli rl' ' g 3 YY V . 'A :FL-.. 1 " 4 ,,..,.,..Q,v- f 4 ink mf.. A The students of Elba Central School wish to pay tribute to an outstanding man, John Shuler, the President of the Board of Education, who died January 2, 1957. His co-operation and desire to reach a calm and reasonable decision of questions insured many satisfactory conclusions. Easy-going and willing to hear both sides of a story, he often related school problems with those of the community, which led to justice for all. As President of the Board of Education, he gave unspar- ingly of his time and thought, so that the students of this school could enjoy the best educational opportunities. The student-his welfare, citizenship, and growth in knowledge-- were foremost in Mr. Shuler's mind. He strove to reach these goals by advocating school expansion and improvement. To one so humble, yet so prominent in promoting the value of a sound education for all, we are sincerely grateful. A illnvu ,,.f -xnwea2ia' my ,..4 ,au ,nal I '-A I V U H dedication .f,... .. hiya,-5-ve-, w X. 1, f K usiisul' Vt- V21-g'f 132, f-:rw fs, -., Q4w'fQ2.,H1,'v 1 f:"3iZ2,?1"'-'J' 2161: I 'Jn-f. 'L V, 1 , . 4-:g,,.,' ?', ,gg e .4:f'1"3-JZ., if .E+ tv ,f .5 PM . -ew '4Mi,.:-gt, f .1 2. 1a.iy have f,,V,wqf.t . - ' Y'-1.11-. '31 'Wav ff' - - :- - 'Mtv 1 .5 :-f 1: 1 4' ff' .w-14 i ng , ,4 typ. :mx we aye., ff f-1 V Lwuviwy W' nf'wm , ,QM W., ,vm ,Z I -1 , Q2-fn9'4ff-fy 3,1 5 4,lWiJKu 9 1 gvgwffzgi , , ,, ,QW ' fb iff, To Mr. Joseph Dermody, the Revue Staff sincerely dedi- cates this 1957 Revue. Mr. Dermody has been at Elba Central School for eight years and through these years his cheerful disposition, his reliability and his genuine interest in people have continu- ally won him friends. It is through his efforts that national, state, and county prizes have been won by Elba's agricultural students. His patience and sincere understand- ing have not only helped students to develop basic skills, but have won him their admiration and respect, 5 , if ffjym, ". ,, 4 f N, fW,, H, W I 1 f yu ' . ' M, W' f V' f. v . W 'W . A A , . , M SS-S5 Y. aww Q ,., ..,. b ,sg , " wwflq H -V 'G ., ' 1, .. 1' L may , , "' " f. ' f ,Q T7 f'Jff4-wt Av W ,,,, I I ""' ufww 0 , f . W , 1- , V .,f, vriw' "4 .. A X V ' HH- f v X ' ., " 'Uv . X ,. ,.,,,,,imW,,. 1 ,.,,, , A W 1W1,ff M, W' V ' , - ,ffhw , " f 1 ,, ,Vo , , , f ff 4 p- M ,I I 1,241 ff 'f M 'W hm dw, S4 , I 1,,,,f, ,, alma n T --v-.. z"'--SN Z3 .qw h s ll' w--4 'i ' ' if4'e" N 'E5'S' 1ii Oi A x lir g i 41 a ngry! : M 71 ' 'ii :J 'J E Joe scampers down the lower corridor and dashes into the 41 janitor's room for trooping down the hall comes the first, second, and third graders just going to church school. They 2: are all bundled against the cold, cheery walk ahead. Yes, l these are the beginners at Elba Central. They work and play ' together to build sound minds as well as sturdy oodies. Be- .. fore Joe knows it, he is picked up, along with the cleaning fL cloth beside him. He is now on his way with the janitor to do some locker cleaning and my what a mess! His silky fur is 1: covered with little black spots, but he is finally released from the entangling cloth. Dodging a few feet, Joe scoots ' under a near-by door to,find himself in the middle of a seventh and eighth grade study hall. These seventh graders started just this year to change classes and found it quite an experience. The eighth graders have to study hard for .. their regents. As Joe darts to a near-by corner, he hears W two girls studying spelling for the Junior High Spelling Bee. Joe becomes very frightened as a loud bell rings and people JJ run toward the door. He only hopes that he can beat them, E and he does succeed by scooting over, under, and on top of + many different kinds of shoes and socks. In the hall he is .f Z" 1 Wm ui disappointed to find the same confusion, so he slides under a door across the way to find himself in an eleventh and twelfth grade English Class. These people have many decisions to make. If CLASSES 7 ff ,. -ffvm--114-4 , 1 13,3 ,ffeaxfe-1257 ., ., ago? V , , f ,,wC'j'?f.4l4ff:o1f' i 2515-:'f'9E': . - fu - ' 1 I X I X 45,4 A fu fffy 40 ' A -H off f s-+ 4 fi y A ofa, f Q -,. ff Q1 " H y, .,.,, V., f , 1 1 ff , fygf I f' f ff , 45 ff 'f' ' X ff, ef f X ,f 1, I , M f X f ,f f f , 1, L ,. .. uv J A ir 5 QI .' uvlihl , i VICTORIA WAWRZYNIAK Nickname: Vicky Ambition: To Be Happy Class Vice President 1, Secretary 3 Treasurer 2 3 ,L Business 3 Editor 1+ 2 Play 3,14 2,3 ,I+ 2 2 93 3 A ' Club 3 ,L Committee 3 ,1,, . CAROL WOHLFEIL Nickname: Carol Ambition: To Make People Happy Class Treasurer 3 Student Council 2,14 Revue Staff Ekiitor 1+ Assistant Editor 3 Art Staff 1,2 Speaking Contest 1, Class Play 3,14 Nurses' Club 1,2,3 Honor Society 3 ,1, All-State Band 1, Pep Band 1,2,3,1, County Band 2,3 ,L Band 1,-2,3 ,ls Chorus 1,2,3,1, Harmonettes is Model Congress 2,3 ,L 4: 4' if 5 fi 3 Lf: ,,,:f 3 41 WILLIAM SCHULTZ Nickname: Bill Ambition: Dairy Famer Class President - 2,14 Treasurer 1 Revue Staff 3,14 Class Play 3,14 F.F.A. l,2,3,14 President 3 Vice President 2,l+ County Treasurer I+ Rifle Club 1 Basketball 1,2 ,3 ,Lp Baseball 2 Football Lg, Highest Magazine Salesman 1 JANE VANDERHOOF Niclmame: Janie Ambition: Music Class Treasurer Student Council Secretary County Council Treasurer Honor Society Model Congress Revue Staff Class Play Band County Band Majorette Chorus County Chorus State Choir Harmonettes G.A.A. Leaders' Club Teacher ls 2 2,3,lb 2,331+ 2,311+ 3,5 3,l+ 1:23:10 1,2110 1:23:14- 112:312- lo 3,l+ 1,2,3,l+ 3,l+ PAUL LANEY Nickname: Crash Ambition: To Make a Million Student Council la Revue Staff 1+ Class Play 3,4 Dance Committee 3,4 RONALD DZIUBA Niclmamez Ronnie Ambition: Hxgineering Student Council l,2,3,l4, Treasurer 1 L ,., , 4 K xi 3 5, A HELEN POLISCHU K Nickname: Helen Ambition: Laboratoxgy Technician Model Congress L, MARY ELLEN BENTON Nickname : Mary Ambition: Teaching Class Vice President 2 Vice President 3 5P93k5-FIS C0l'1teSt lp S2332 izgigty 1 2 3,111 President I+ C18-S5 P 135' 1+ Literary Editor , , ,bf Rovuo . 3,l+ F 'H'A' It Speaking Contest L, Photography Edltol' 1+ G'A'A' 112:39 Class Play 3 L, Football 4, Leaders' Club 3,14 Senior Ba-nd 1 2 3'L Speaking Contest A Da-nee Committee 3,l+ president , , ,L Play Committee 3,l+ Honor Soeety 34+ Senior Chorus 1,2,3,l+ Dance Committee 3,Ly Play Committee 3,l+ County Ba-nnd 1,2,l+ Honor Sooiof-Y 311+ Hamonentee 1, Model Congress 3:4 Cheerleader 2,3 Intramurals 1,2 ,3 ,le Captain 3 G.A.A. l,2,3,l+ President 1+ Leaders' Club 3,l, Model Congress 2 ,3 ,L D s e n i o r s jwif? ' N ,eco af-mai HOWARD HARTMAN Nickname: Howie Ambition: Famer Student Council 1,2 Revue Staff lb Class Play ' 3 Play Committee la T Dance Committee 3,14 ' Rifle Club 1 F.F.A. 2,3,lo Chorus President lo Vice President 3 State County Reporter lp Chorus 3 Librarian 3 County Chorus 3,14 Football 2,335 Basketball I+ Track I+ ,nw Intramurals l,2,3,l4 3,l+ efaffea . 4221 .f , ' 1 634101 ,Ja ,qiflfeih ,. L i51,fig4'1eflQ:y',fe' ' V t --a-rv if---.-.-wr 9' ai ? DONALD BARBER Nickname: Don Ambition: Carpentry Student Council 3 Play Manager 3,14 Play Committee 3,L, Dance Committee 3 ,L Intramurals Basketban 1,2,3,l+ voneybau 1,2,3,l4 N N7 LYNN PUTNEY Famer Play Committee 3 Dance Committee A F .F .A . 2,3 ,h Baseball 2 , 3 ,L Football 2,14 Track 2 33 ,li ROSEMARIE EEN' Nickname : Ro se Ambition : Private Secretary Revue Typing minor 3,4 Assistant Business Manager is Inkspot Grades Editor 2 Reporter 1,2 Class Play 1+ F.H.A. l,2,3,A Rifle Club 1,2 Senior Band 1,2 Football Band 1,2 Chorus 1,2 Cheerleaders 2 , 3 G.A.A. l,2,3,l4 Leaders' Club 3,L, 10 RICHARD DUNN Nickname: Dick Ambition: Millionaire Class Vice President 3 Class Play 3 F .F .A. 2,3 Track 2,3,L, lntr s amural Basketball 1,2,3 ,L Volleyball 1,2,3,l, Dance Conmittee L, ROSEMARIE BOTH Rosie Nurse Staff Activity Editor lo Contest 1,4 3,10 1 Club 1 1,2 Club 2,3310 QHUAQ 13213310 1,2,3 ,L Leaders' Club 3:5 Committee .3,l+ THOMAS CROSSET1' Nickname: Tom Ambition: Join the Navy Student Council 3 Revue Staff 3 ,L Play Committee 3,L, Dance Committee A Chorus 2 Track 1,2 LEE PUTNEY Nickname: Cecil Ambition: Famer Class Play 3,l, F.F.A. 1,2,3,l, Rifle Club 2 Dance Committee 3 ,L L .A4'g V '-u ful , ' .34 . 1 -1,9 . xv in CAROLYN PALERMO Nickname: Carol Ambition: Beautician Inkspot 1,2 Play Committee 3,14 Dance Committee 3 ,ly F.H.A. l,2,3,l+ Treasurer lo Band 1,2,3 ,L Pep Band 1,2 ,3 ,L+ Dance Band 3 Chorus 1,2,3 ,La G.A.A. l,2,3,l+ Leaders' Club 3 ,L i r Ill ft D MELVIN BATEMAN Nickname: Mel Ambition: To Keep On Living Intramurals l,2,3,L Play Committee 3 ,L F .F .A. 1,2 ,3 Secretary 3 Dance Committee L, Revue Staff 1, SUZANNE MONACHINO Nickname: Sue Ambition: Modeling School Paper Sports Editor Reporter Class Play Play Committee F.H.A. Senior Band Dance Band Football Band Chorus G.A.A. Leaders' Club 1,2 1,2 3 lo 1a2a3:'+ 1:23:10 1,2,3,l+ l,2,3J+ 1:23:10 11213110 3,14 DANIEL ROWCLIFFE Nickname: Dan Ambition: Aviation Mechanic F .F .A . 1 , 2 ,3 Basketball 1,3 ,L Baseball 1,3 ,L+ Football 1, I+ Volleyball 3 , 1+ Student Council Campaign Manager L, af f of f4Zj4, ' f f 1 f vn 1 Q1 iw 1 yi!" ff fl, ff foaxagj if! f ff f ff ff J ' 529 igmff, , f' 4 44,14 Q f ,f- r yy:-sg ' 1 N f ' 7 ' -,y f-5.54 -itil! - 'f.32f1ZEfL'fL ' ' '-Z " , ",'f-,Z 1 f'r13i'7'f5'ff'- ,. ,- -:1"11." K 'K .'!2i7:',, 4 '- ' 2237 f ff ia Z . , f QM ' 1 I tr ... , 4 - Liufzf-if , ,. ,di ,i,,,Jf21 l J AN ICE KASMER Nickname: Jan Ambition: College Revue Staff L Speaking Contest L, Class Play 3 ,L Dance Committee 3,14 F.H.A. 1,2,3,l4 Band l,2,3 Major-ette l,2,3 Chorus 1,2 ,3 ,L County L, Intramurals l,2,3,L, . G.A.A. l,2,3,l4, ef Leaders' Club L, ?, Q ffhsenlors M - f-Jw , rf- .4 af I fgtf fp, Q fffL yn 'f,'f'.f4 1-V' , . .f ' !.46f1 ' 'Kd " 2:!f'A!! JOHN YERGER Nickname : Zip Ambition: To See The World Revue Staff 1, Class Play 3 F.F.A. l,2,3 Rifle Club 1 Basketball l,2,3,l, Baseball l,2,3,L, Football 2,3 ,L Track 2,4 Volleyball 3 ,L RONALD SHULTZ Nickname : Babe Ambition: Construction Worker 3,l+ Play Cormnittee Dance Committee 3,14 F.F.A. 1,2,3 1311, Rifle Club 1 , B,l, , Intramurals l,2,3,l+ ,A Baseball 2,3 ,lm .466 Q 615 fl 3 iii? f 0-14 ff ' -leaf J 12 'N 'B 6t44,,.f'v,ylff .6494 Vzdef-f Nas? ARLOUINE STROBLE N1ckname Elolse Ambltlon To Be a Success Play COm lttBS , Dance Commlttee , Leaders' Club 4 1 1 If 1 gk 2 f lff WARREN HENSEL Nlckname Ike Amb1t1on Undeclded Football l,3,A Track F F A ,2 County F F A Sentlnel Class Presldent Class Play , Dance Commlttee 3 A Rlfle Club Revue Staff X JW Front Row :C .Chapell ,D .Seavert pa Second Row:J.Kasmer,C.Wohlfeil,H.Po1ischuk,R.Roth in 4 Third Row:R.Dziuba,D.Barber,J.Yerger,A.Strob1e , Fourth Row:P.Laney,M.Bateman,W.Hensel '41 , O IVE, Q u" Fifth Row:W.Schultz,L.Putney,Miss England 13 First Row:R.Baker,J.Erhardt,M.Johnston,L.Mi1lis,Mrs .Snith,L.Speed,R.Allen,M.Johnston,E.Ana.uo ,A.Di.xon Second Row :W.Engle,J .Weber,C .Brown,A.Palevich,L.Pridmore,L.Park,E.Printup,L.Moss,M.J .Vigneri J.Churchi1l T .Christopher I 3 Third Row:G.Co1e,R.Mason,J.Baldwin,W.Benton,L.Capwell,P.Jakaub,R.hYa.rn,D.Gillette,L.Markwica,D.Zeag1er,B Kasmer R.Ha1l,C .Winkel.mann,J.Monachino , . O F F I C E R S President David Zeagler Vice President Robyn warn X ,i "" '7 Secretary Linda Park .f--f'i' .--1 -,- Treasurer Walter Engle g-,-,.. "' Q Student Council Representatives Antonina Palevich 6. P,,',,. Z-'1-"" "W David Gillette Student Council Alternates Lee Millis Under the guidance oi' Mrs. Prom in November. Even though the Juniors had fun decorating them proved profitable for the March saw the arrival of class Smith, the Class of 1958 planned a successful Junior the theme, "Moon Over Miami", involved a lot of work, the gym. Arvone want to buy a. sweatshirt? Selling class and satisfying to the many interested students. rings , and i.n April the play, E9-g Island, a nystery comedy, was presented in the auditorium. The Juniors wish to thank Mrs. Smith for all her help in making the year so memorable. Jin f F1I'St Row D Talbot,P Zeagler,J Conway,H Hall,Mr G1a.nsante,D Snyder,R Whit,comb,D Sm1th,P Waldron Second Row C Sm1th,W Gavenda,L Shuknecht,P Toal,K Rlchenberg ,A Dorman ,A Coughl:Ln,N Dickes ,R Johneon,J Searle, L Benth1n,S Warn 'Third Row C Wa1ton,C Underh1ll,J Kahn,D Stuart,J Shepard,J Pf1aumer,S Sul:n.m,C Gabr1el,R Hartman,E Norton,J Searls, G Kelsey,R D1lcher,J Za.mb1to,J Bird O F F I C E R S Presldent Chester Gabriel V1ce Presldent Robert Hartman Secretary Hlla Hall Treasurer Danlel Stuart Student Council Representatlves Stanley Sulim Karen Rlchenberg Y? VJ The Sophomores enthuslastlcally set about to earn money for their future needs They sold refreshments at basketball games and sponsored three mov1es The class of '59 has had a successful year under Mr G1ansante's expert guidance .1 RQ T I O I O 8 JI - 'N . . , , . N X X I - 1 , v' 4" V , Student Council Alternate Audrey Dorman N - 1 X V . - . T 2 T 1+ T -1 X ' I 1 is ff X X s 15 r 1- - 55 First Row:Mrs .Weber,D .Bump,R.Smith,W.Shuler,C .Porter,D .Engle,E.Dziuba,J .Mason,M.KelJysMrs .Palmer Second Row:R.Cole,C .Albee,J .Warboys ,R.Bump,L.Carey,E.Kel1y,B.Dambra,M.Whitcomb,N .Dunn,J .Anauo Third Row :L.Ko za.k,N .Hartman,B.Brinkman,D. Say,P .Ruck,M.Bezon,A.Gray,S.Ruck,R.Hampshire,W. Townsend,K.Miller Fourth Row:N.Auge1lo,B.Weber,T.Talbot,C .Wallace,D.Campbell,J.Kasmer-,J.Ja.kaub,R.Kahn,K.Smith, G.Ahl K.Neth .7 I E.Niedz1a.lek O F F I C E R S President Gary Ahl Vice President John Kasmer Secretary Rita Hampshire Treasurer Patricia Ruok Student Council Representatives Betty Weber Jacob Jakaub Student Council Alternate Norman Augello 'I'he Freshman Class started out the year by dressing warmly to sell refreshments at the home football games. The class of '60 worked to -A 030,53 decorate the cafeteria for the Junior Prom using the theme, "Moon Over Q ? Miami". Food was brought by one and all to sell at the Prom. ' ffl,-Kx. .iff ' The Freshman Class wishes to thank Mrs. Palmer and Mrs. Weber for 7 3 helping them through their first year of high school. x :Ag 2, ,--" X ia ' ,4-'f""'N Q 16 F 9 QR wblvi. , ef I I I First Row:J .Speed,B.Ve1-eecken ,D.Wigt.on Second Row:L.Mead ,S.Schafer,P.Zambito,K.Wars,G.Naylor,K.Porter,H.Hough,Mrs.Strouts Third Row:B.Bezon,I.Strobele,H.'h1mer,A.Cough1in,M.Smith,D.Crossett,N .Wawrzyniak,A.Horzempa,L .G:U.lette,S.Pa1evich P.Ke1sey,R.Penepent ,Ns , , 'F' , - 'f ' - e X 'Wii ""ii--4 f 2' limp f HHH 'l"'3ZZ3' , +- I.: i , X, - :EEE ful f MH Z?" ' L H 521 -V ' fl " ,W X' W is . Dj-.A A Q, eighth grade First Rnw:H.Talbot,E.l-iough ,J .Gavel ,B.O1sen ,C .Starowitz ,J .Pangrazio ,D.Underhill ,J .Hampshire ,Miss Coughlin Second Row:M.Ramsey,S,V:i.1e,J.Jasper,C .Norton,E.Downs,D .Br:Lnkma.n,L.Karas, J.Shult.z, A.Bur1ing,K.Pask,T .Bargay, R.Mickey,L.Booher First How:J.Eng1e,L.Vereecken,M.Swartz,D.Hartma.n,M.Bateman C.Pangrazio 2:3-g3dRoR3:f:XRj'.gos5Li1iG.FosT,er,A.Totten,G.Shultz,G.Lang:f1aid:E.R?t,h,L,Ames,K,5chu1e1- B.M21iZr:V.625ge1sdorf,B.Kahn,D.Bezon,A.Ba1'n1a.k,J.Wh1tcomb,H.Hough,S.Henries,B.Snith,M.Jackett,N.shepal-4, , If Q. IAA I iafap f , .1 seventh Qrade 'Ae K- j u J. l ... on J. kdy.-, First Row:L .Kelsey ,R.Toa1 ,D .Green ,R.Warboys ,S .Bird,R.Smith Second Row:Mr.Johnson,L.Squire,P.Cropo,S.Downs,P.Ahl,M.Panek,M.Townsend,J.Norton Third R.ow:M.Vanderhoof,G.Smith,E.Armbrewst,er,K.Chapell,C .Johnson,R.DuBois,C .Albee,G.Pf1aumer,C .DiCaso1o,F .Drake, D Murphy, J .St.eenburg,C .Crossett 18 W' ' H' ' f 1 , . ' 45 'Ns x , . 5 f , If - . . ,-.M . -.Q - 'Q 1. ,, X 3' ' xp, nh'-' sf., X f. K .2 . if ,ul Y Zi., .,.., ,4 1 x 1 1 , -X 1 rr' - Nc ei f X -af I i v I 'X il -,. . L I S11 X .13 l ,WA D A r 1 I v. .J 1 ' Q Q V 2,74 1 '. 4 A, xfx D., 5, Z iff 1 r- -. I V , ,. ' ' iw", X X 'I " x A' , 7, . fl ' r R fa' ' , CZ' Q.. fu 1,5 "2f?01f'7f:' :f'2fZ,4f 43,25 Sf, " V I7 'YW ,1,v,.-.F-V .-Y- - -v - , - -- Y V ' f V + gv. vw w 5 if rx ,Q .I Pa 5. 3 E F WP I4 . r .u-un, now :n.nomer,.J .r'1te,T.Dickes ,B. Townsend Second Row:D.Stokes,B.Moon,H.Wohlfeil,K.Strobele,S.Sulim P.Ba1onek H.Glover'yS.Waldro Mr .J n s ames Thlrd Row.D,Watson,V.George,J.Neth,A.Putney,L.Munger,S.Tgtten,C.Ruaolph,L.McGu:Lre,R.Rga.k,P.Dra.ke,B.Osborne, P.Sa1way, J .McCormick ,K.Wallace ,D .Coughlin . me f-- H Q Q - , ' 3 If , S, S , J . ,S-5, , ' Eg' ' J Z..-L ill' i I slxi gra e ,EE X ' We : I. A 1 ii if E2 A f ' 155.11 ' I , h A1 I ' 1 Q . I ly " F! - Y ax! -V A4 Y Susan Suwan- L5' Gras! First Row:A.Schu1er,W.Anauo,G.Mowers,G.Sha.ffer,L.Jasinski,C.M:L1to A Second Row:R.Chapell,K.Karas,T.Riggs,T.Gavel,S.Mason,R.Burrows,N.Jeffery,B.Dorma.n '5- Third Row:J.McCormick,C.Coughlin,F.Drake,J.Sherwood,F.Mickey,Miss Hofma.nn,R.Say,S.Dean,G.51ade,F.Zambito, G.Mil1is,P.Bezon 20 If - -li First Row:S.T0al,R.Jasinski,K.Jacket,t.,D.Homer,M.Dentino Second Row :M.Goughl:Ln,C .Kelly,K.Sherw0od,D.Snell,S .Albee ,A.Barniak,A.Ar'mbrewster,M.Henries,Mrs .Paul 'Pnird Row:E.Brown,F .Haz'tley,J .Richenbex-g,J.Dorma.n,M.Ca.mpbe11,P .Auge11o,D .Allen,P .Rodgers ,G.Allen, A.Park, J .Pf1aumer, E.Drake,S.Swartz,J.Dorf,J.Foster 11' e ' fi 3 ' M Q , 8 6 , gs aljiljwih Srude 'A ' 'U 0 'Q' eff9'f2-M44 5 First Row:J .Bird,R.Conway,C .Hall Second Row:Mrs .Gave1,K.Port.er,W.Bump,S.Carey,B .Hayes,M.Reisdorf ,B .Shultz,J .Lacey,E.Shepard Third I-'low:D .Snel'L,L.Bateman,B.Wat.son,J .Bridge,R.Townsend,G.Clark,M.Niedzialek,S.Rudo1ph,C .Augello ,V.Dorma.n,T.HaJl, D.St.okes,J.Smith,S.Langmaid,D.Mason F v.,-m ,nl Flrst ROW2R.Z3!1!b1t0 ,A.Green Second Row:Mrs.Norton,G.M1mger,B.Markwica,B.Geiss1er,L.Nort,on,L.Dor1',S.Hartley,R.Ramsey S Osborne Third R.ow:L.Volk ,R.Dziuba ,E.Armbrewster ,D.Pa.nek ,P .Miller,C .Roth ,P.Burrows , S.Smith ,B .Pay:1e3P .Starowitz,D.Anderson, R.Za.mbito ,W.Cole ,D . Hough - 'l f - . Q v .L I , -345 Q93 g!" ' ' fl x E. 1 II I. in o c is s 'U l UI 0 ST. D- 0 u fl O 2 2. 5 E' . 63 B U2 C CD9 2 . UQ u CJ 0 3 cn Q f S .f U1 5' 0 '1 u CJ 2 4 1' 0 o E+' P 5 1 E A O- u 11 l ' Va 'Us 0 x 9 - I-' m 1 gl 7 p. Q if ' rv V' , n :U v.u""'4 J 5 5' I s Q ' S ff 5 ? v I . 1. - ff. ff ' . - N. '.,., V- - ' foul-Ill grade , - Z A V I-sum J .fx ,o o3 -- X1 X 1 W5 1 A First Row D Caccamise,L Ba1onek,E Hough,G Strobe1,H Calk:Lns,D Kreger Y A V Second Row K Johnson,F Ke11y,B Mower-s,M Chamberlain-,C But1er,J Slade,Mrs Baker 44 Y 7-Q-vvt . ., f""'?"'1 l. , o fy -w o 1!M """"Eh'liT.Jbfm-Iii" ETHPEAZHJR.'17.1"Y"Tw'7"" 1' " Z' ' A " " ' lg f 1 'mn m ' Y' 'Q 1 -WV! -- 7l1W'vYliJi7ml- I ?Y'f'1W'TI'E1T'PTl41TWI5'-VKWTTT 25.5 Front Row:J.Mil1er,R.Dunlap Second Row:Mrs .G1owacki,S.Burr,D.Gart1ey,J .Argento,M.Guth,G.H.amsey,C .Court,J.Strabel,0.0sbor'ne Third Row:J .Benton,B.Gave1,N .Andrews ,B .'1'ott,en,C .Pangrazio ,G.Reiter, C . Zambito ,S .R.a1yea,D . Strollo , S.Smith,B .Hox-'ton, G.Warboys ,P .Lacey,R.Whitcomb,M.Falker x-s-7 1' x r v q M- - Ji' '. "V-- M ,E d rffm, A ' ,A - ,W ou rih 9 ra e I ,i .lf ,., z . ' V I ' '. ,, J' .Y , 'Y" 1 ' V ..,-f'-f r 1 , Y - ,. i - m,,,.51,,nh, ' , . -f ...J A .A "M '." ,f A , smxvdwavfi 1 -'-f' , i' '11 . . u e ' ""' - V, ,QA .,.,-, ,. . 1 " 49 ' L '-, ' . ' ' A ' 1 ' r W ff " First Row:L.Wawrzyniak,Mrs.Manwaring,B.OSb0r'1:1e u S b 1 Second Row:G.Jackett,P.I.yons,T.Da.nson,L.Farr1ngt.on,C.Lyons,W.Gil1ard,M.Lyons,R..Pr1dmore,L. tro e e V 42 L First Row:C.Coughlin,T.Dickes,P.Wbhlfei1,D.Jasinski,N.Jeffery V Second Row:J.Austin,L.Mickey,R.Pflaumer,E.Poo1e,W.Hartman,J.Reiter,C.Munger,W.Chamber1ain,Miss Dorf Third Row:P.Reak,L.Naylor,D.Allen,A.Albee,D.Brooks,V.Sharp,T.Konieczka,T.Bezon,R.Ostrowski,L.Quinter,W.Gray, E.Hatcher,L.R.Stuart,J.Dun1ap,P.David bg' F9 12 V an fa' ' . 1 D Q . ' v 11 A ' 1 ,Y ' I ilnrcl grade ' rx 4f ' I W uh M 1 'gflnrlmuv ' F1PSt Row:M.Fancher,B.Bowen,R.Hayes,S.Millis,B.Stokes,L.Sul1ivan 3,1 H Second Row:Mrs.West,S.Reisdorf,T.Cough1in,M.Marte1l,P.Coughlin,C.Shaffer,D.Stephens,E.Ostrowski,M.Saunders Thlrd Row:R.Norstrand,R.Zipfel,W.Johnson,R.Porter,C.Brinkman,K.Mickey,J.Foster,L.Parker,C.Mbnachino,S.Whitcomb, C.Downs,G.Dziuba,A.Pangrazio,C.Dutton I Flrst Row L M1l1er,J Ge1ss1er,M Boyce,J J8SlnSkl C hlin S Olsen S.Shepard,D Schoenemann,T A1len,S Karas,D Hough Second Row Mlss Burr,J Penepent,C oug , , Thlrd Row B K1ng,P Hart1ey,T H11l1s,P Zamb1to,K Combo,S Sherwood,J Werth,P Z3mb1t0,G Hart,M Hall,S Underhlll, ,1 'x ' -5 secon grade M 71N ff 101 x 04m ' : -A 1 Caccam1se,R C1ark,L Horton,D.Gray,D Schoenemann,J T1 Pn+nPv P DemDSki V 43 First Row:C.Fancher-,B.Stanley,M.Boyce,T.Andr-ews,G.Geissler,C.Larmon,M.Poole Second Row S NI 1 : .. ay or,A.Pa1emo,N.Burr,J.Churchi11,M.Cropo,A.Dentino,L.King Mx-s.Burr 1rd Row.J .Volk,K.Coughl1n,D .Berg1J.n, D .VanWagnen,F .Auge1lo,J .Norstrand,D :Mudrzynski,C .Armbrewster,R.Dorman, C .Yun.ker,H.Chamber1ain ' I I I Lg 7 mn grade ' First Row:P.Boshart K.Ske1ton B.co rm R.x-1 . . . . FV' , , u , ayes,N Schuler,K Porter,J Stephens,J Poole bl Second Row.S.Panek,J.B1rd,C.Ccle,R.Hartman,T.Da.mbra,T.Murphy,P.DiCasolo,M.Moon,Miss Shephard 'I'hird Row:D.Dunlap,D.Rowcli.ffe,G.Shar'p,G.Quinter,J.Gart1ey,P.Carver,P.Porter-,M.Head,G.Pa.ngrazio,T.Shaffer,S.Say H.Gray e V x - my I 26 'li I First Row:B .Burrows ,C .Zambito ,B.Dutton,W.Jasinski,J .Squire ,J .Johnson Second Row:K.Higg:Lns,N .Aust:Ln,N.Jos1in,N .Coughli.n,G.Bell,D.Rowc1iffe,J .David,P.Bender,Mrs.Hare Third Row:G.Shuknecht ,P .Zambito ,J .DiCaso1o ,B.M.ax-kwica ,C .Skelton ,D .Bridge ,L .Chapell ,L .Mason ,G.Dilcher ,G.How1and , B.Speed,R.I-Iayes l K -,Joe-,Q--2 I ,ffc . -,, , b Y I I 3 A .N is 4 -4 - A . '- . I V gf 4 -I Q d , ff 4, J o I K lun ergarien L A A 5 T 1 -H Ea - ' xr 'I' H Q, W - . 1. Q f, L 1 1 - , V. - - , N Y It r ' 'g.Qfag: , P F- ft 1 X41-Tm Gm, CQ , First Row:G.La.ngmaid,J.Karas,M.Prico1a,J.Carx'ubba.,C .Head 1 Second Row:N.Miller,K.Wert,h,P.Stephens,L.Lacusky,J.Post,'I'.Allen,B.Kozak,D.Bent.1ey,Mrs .Shuknecht Third Row:M.O'Dom'1e1.1,L.Dickes,D .Totten,D .Handa.ll,D .Smith, J .Coughlin,C .Salway,R.Payne ,J .Combo ,J .Scheiber,C .Dempski, D.Quinter. .Bisiz .K.Dor-man S w,g 3 r Y 27 -Am.: .un Front Row:R.Woh1f eil , S . Sulim, R. Glover Second Row : T.Dicke s , D .Coughlin, D .Wat son , C .Rudolph ,M . Homer, P . Salway ,B .Moon class activities gg I I -S First Row:K J acke Second Row-M.Coug Standing:Mrs.Paul," "" ' ' ' ' ' . 1 . I 1 Third Row:J .Foste 28 1 - Front Row :S .Knight ,F .Kelley ,M.McCur'ry , P . Schad , G .Armbrewst er Second Row:P .Za.mbito,D.Caccamise ,L.Balonek , C .Norstrand ,G.Strobel,E .Hough X Third Row:S.Berg,H.Ca.'Lkins,B.Mowers,D .Kreger,J .Slade Fourth Row:C . Steenburg ,K .Johnson , C .Butler ,W . Hart U A , Fifth Rowzlffrs.Baker,V.P0o1e,M.Chamber1.ain 'N- NN.. Umm First. Row:Mrs .Hare ,W.Jasinski ,J .Shuknecht ,J .DiCaso1o ,P .Bender ,G.Be11 Seeond Row:J.David,J.Squire,N .A.ustin,H.Hayes ,L.Mason,N .Joslin,G.How1and,B .Dutton,P .Da.mbra,B .Mar-kwica Thu-d Row:L.Ca.mpbell,C .Zambito,P.Za.mbito ,B .Speed,M.Ha1l,J .Johnson,N.Coughlin,D .Bridge ,J.Dziados, -Y 29 u " " 1, 0, 'Y m T.Crossett,D.Zeag1er activities F1 vm. .ww u.. .ru..u..n.u,u.na.rlcw1ca Second HowaJ .Norton ,R.Smith ,C .DiCaso1o ,R.Warboys ,G.Smith ,M.Vanderhoof ,K,Schuler,M.Townsend,M.Panek Third Row:L.Booher,C .Norton ,K .Porter, S . Schafer ,L.Gil1ette ,P .Zambito,H.Ta1bot ,J .Speed,J ,Gave1, K,Wers Fourth Row :J .Hampshire ,G.Pf1aumer ,R..Mickey ,A. Cough1in,L.Karas , C .Starowitz ,B.O1sen,D .Underhil1, L.Squire ,IL Swartz 30 I V 'ui :STUDY HALL fl-fxw , 1' '-"V" ilf wif' l ' "ll REI. ' N1 !1.,,f,v!"1" - ,Il ."'1'. Q X -5 c I u s s W V v '.' ,I 'i , ' It V 7 , Q 1. xi ,, ' 'fy' I7 :J W G.co1e,.J.cum-cnm,J.Ba1dwin,D.zeag1er,L.capwe11 B1 QM, 'I ,,,: 1 1 S'-'N 0 'T 1 U If 1 A T 31 Agfigig T . nqgl: .Lv J. I V! 4 r , ,I " lf!! ff' MVVV ,ff I., M, , ,f' f 1' I ff ' f ' f , ff 1 4 1 f ff ,f It ff -ff f , ff ,X 1 ' f- I 4 IJ" . it .ff 5 ,M fu ,fy- uf M ,.?: 'f if Z ,,, ,. , x 4- ,f XW0, ,. ...,..-4mn,,.,,, ,- N ,z ,W .V V' , - V . ,Mr X fQ-1' fl'-' ,svn 2f'?'f'2"f'? I- 2, 'V 'xt "vfi.gMkp.-1' .,..w": K " X kj: 1,3-2.-f-3-'V"H 'f K ' I x X , x . x l xl X 1 ff, in -K ,,.,,z.,4z .qu ,f xv z, 4. 3 X , . UZ Ao coax., y,n51i9 ,,f'4 51-Nawwq-5 as-2. "2 u h .. -aw swf'-rv XX SCN cfs! Q Gmc Nr ,f' 5 5 5 X Q Q i i ef'fi of l sit 5 V vptss M DSN Www 'YOV-Dom M 1' new 'vw' www 'ta'-V' Fvwn ekyui vyf' admlnlsirahon 'h.,,,,f' X As Joe scampered out of the kinder- garten room, he was nearly swept off his feet by a boy hurrying down the hall Recovering quickly, he hopped into the cuff of the boy's pant leg and held on when the boy finally stopped, Joe peered out Everything seemed safe, X out he hopped The first thing he noticed was the sign on the door ---- OFFICE Joe scurried under a swinging door, surprised the busily working staff, and found himself in an inner office Scrambling up the side of a large desk, he gazed over the corner Two men, whom he later learned were Mr Vanderhoof and Mr Benton the principal and vice-principal, were discussing the coming Board of Education meeting When they walked out of the office, Joe climbed onto the top of the desk With a quick glance, he spotted an open report card Looking over the marks on the card, Joe decided he would like to meet the teachers who taught these subjects Alb udi fubf A JTHIFOEB 33 ' ..,,., ,., ,-,,,i,,- W l- ll-, from: rcowsmr. Ames,Mr. Uay,Mr. 5hu1mecht,Mr. Swartz Second Row:Mr. Speed,Mr. Baldwin board of education As laymen-directors of our school, we have been studying our needs for: classroom space, improved organization, maintenance of and continued improvement in quality We find that our community desires a better school - one which above three words are simple ones. Interpreting them to mean a detenmination of desired endsg secondly, to a detailed study of dedicated ourselves to both. 31+ of instruction, increase of staff. has breadth, depth and growth. The better school leads firstly, to a means of reaching them. We have - is KEY S Hrs . Bargay,Mr . Vanderhoof ,Mrs . Sherwood ,Mr . Benton ,Mrs . Snell I I mann olhce 1 In common with thousands of schools, we find our school is crowded. We have humorously said, "lf Johnny accidentally Lifts his elbow, someone who is fifty feet away screams." The challenge to make adjustments is a constant one. Before changes are made, all parts of the problem have to be carefully weighed to be certain of the greatest good for all of the boys and girls. Our crowded conditions provide a ready-made laboratory for the development and practice of good citizenship by the students. It is an ever-present fact that our boys and girls recognize and adjust to these problems. Tr- Ll 3-5 F 1 I , , f.-,.. V, . w.- V--Y -- ..-s -, irst nowsv.uenton,D.Gavel,J.Hare,E.Shuknecht,A.Glowacki Second Row:E.Burr,H.Palmer,L.Benton,H.Vanderhoof,L.Strouts,M.Shephard Third How:M.Tyler,K.Manwaring,D.Coughlin,D.Coniber S.Smith D.Hofmann B.En l , , , g and,G.Dorf,D.Weber,M.west,H.Kirsch, B.Bargay,M.Baker,R.Glover Fourth Row:A.Sherwood,C.Johnson,S.Giansante,P.Marone,P.Joslin,S.Sherwood,R.Glowacki,J.Dermody,A.Abrams,L.Mark, M.Christopher,L.James,N.Norton,E.Paul,H.Burr Mrs. Velma Benton Mrs. Lina Strouts Miss Gwefldolyn D0I'f Mr' Samuel Giansfmte Mrs' Lucille James School Nurse English Third Grade Mrs. Dorothy Gavel Miss Mildred Shephard MPS- Del0I'iS Weber ' T . 1' E a f V li 11 ill , . m l Fifth Grade First Grade MathSmatiCS Mrs. Jean Hare Miss Mary Tyler Mrs. Marion West Kindergarten Art Third Grade Mrs. Eleanor Shuknecht Mrs. Katherine ManwaringNUS. Helen Kirsch Kindergarten Special Class Librarian I , Mrs. Ada Glowacki Miss Dorothy Coughlin Mrs- Blanche Barefxv M Fourth Grade English Secretary Q Mrs. Edith Burr Mrs. Doris Coniber Mrs- Martha BS-Kel' E First Grade Vocal Music Fourth Grade Mrs. Helen Panher Mrs. Sophia Smith Mrs- Rosemary Glover Mathematics Commercial Homemaking Mr. L. H. Benton Miss Dorothy Hofmann Mrs- Arlef-te Sherwood Vice Principal Sixth Grade Secretafi' Mr. H. W. Vanderhoof Miss Blanche England MT- Carroll J0hl'lS0n Principal English Citizenship Education 36 Citizenship Education Mr. Patrick Marone Guidance Counselor Mr. Paul Joslin Science Mr. Stamford Sherwood Physical Education Mr. Russell Glowacki Industrial Arts Mr. Joseph Dermody Agriculture Mr. Alan Abrams Physical Education Mr. Lyle Mark Instrumental Music Mrs. Marjorie Christopher Second Grade Sixth Grade Mrs. Natalie Norton Fourth Grade Mrs. Edith Paul Fifth Grade Miss Hazel Burr Second Grade o ' ,""1 Q ,- Y , x, ' Hr. Rohan,Mr. B.owc1ii'fe,Mr. Pridmore,Mr. Pridmore,Mr. Kreger -1-V Mrs. Lonnen,Mrs. Kozak,Mx-s. Warboys,Mrs. Dorf y... nm-.,h-.un Mr-- R1-idQe.Mr. Dash N 37 ,41- gnl ' i ,,, V., , . . wfaff 1- ffm f 77715. ' -w"5 :Um 35, J f 15' if-2' 1 ' ,,. ' U , E 1 Lv- 1, ,f E 1 1 If , ' 2 4 9' 1 2 1 , T ' ', , .A ,. , , U , V2 1 , ,, ' 'kvfvfjff 2 i , 'f,, gy ,f V 'f j4f,',,a, jf .f I m fr. If 44. xv. 1 I, 7525293-,k:43,7ZM3,gfiZ, , ,, 1... may ,J 'fx . , , MM KIA "---H V ' ,MUN umm., , Wh. , .. M 4355 -M 14 4 , ,4 1, ,A-'A,,:,.- Z, , , "-'- 'a' ' ,wwf .,f,, , f, , . , , ,ff-. f.,,.,,, 4. 47, , .. ,pk,MM,7, ' -vw, ,Ay .xx t -'l' , , I .1 4-b f ,C , f ' Q, 1 f f ,f f Y, 4 35 10 7 - -- ' f 'Vf' "i" '.0lJ?-w:.1Z,,Q13',jf" " - .' k ,W o f ' 1 H , , ,Of 'Q 44 t .2ef52i??Z 142972554 ,,Q g igfffr . , , f if f ,H 5 by 'lg x fk' 16 5 ,4 - - f ACU WV -L , I T 1 I I I Q- I -' 5 W - 1 g I QP' Q I Q M E- s ji h , f-1 K r L X Ill 'III W 5!Yh m Msg: 1 u . o, -T-Q -' - f ' IIIIII Q-' Lt X - -r'-u is V K III II s l . l ' ' -- -vl - + 1 v X I ' i no s ! L ' g ' Q 1 I1'1!x ' I,qp. -in ll ' Joe College thought, "well, so much 'for academicsg I'd like to see some- "5-" thing of the activities." His wish was .' 'Bbw x 0 soon answered when someone wearing 3 1 squeaky sneakers frightened him into a Q -- ii 4 hallxand he scuttled to the gymnasium. Physical education classes were being conducted with the aid of Leaders' Club u ,, members. "Now this is more like it, "he n , b squeaked as he scampered upstairs again. AH elflergency Sffudent Council meeting was called to order, and he looked in only long enough to hear the gregldgrcttisk 'Oi' 'bhosg in favor of ..:...l Appetizing odors sailed out of the home economics room. cg-ub011G A Ae ggi Zvi-1:1 tl::.?.Fwire cooking-up something. He still hadn't seen the Review Staff, Art h, I ' 'FUJ C ll kg - -a but maybe he could come back later. As for now he had to hurry on is way. . .Jo oe o ege s ipped down the hall dragging his tail behind him. 39 " "'w...:,-:x.zWl':'J9!.EE, U Front Row :L .Benthin, L .Mi1lis, C . Smith Second Row:Miss Tyler,R.Roth,R.Ren,T.Christopher,C.Wohlfeil,J.Weber,K.Richenberg,V.Wawrzynia.k Third Row:Miss Coughlin,J.Monachino,G.Ah1,T.Palevich,J.Vanderhoof,W.Schultz R.Dziuba H.I-Iartman S.Sulim M.E.Bento n 1 2 9 n R.Johnson,C.Brovm Fourth Row:K.Smith,L.Park,B.Kasmer,P .Laney,J.Yerger,P .Ja.kaub,R.Warn,C .Gabrie1,D .Gillette,J.Shepard,D.Zeagler, M.Bateman,T .Crossett,L .Moss,D.Seavert yea.:-bgqk sig!! " ' ' ,' ii M: A! ' x dnl! ,-wwf" . 1" .v"l" 17, 1 ff, f ' J' ' J' .. f, ,- x XI" ' I V 'X' fl J 14' M1 ' .l . I ,A A .. , f , ' ' 1 , ,' f' 7 " . ff!" , M ' n' , --,f , f ' f ,, ,L I fr, r' Z V f , 1- -. ff .4 -, - Y ' in . A ' ,. 1 ' .fl I ' , J ' lf, I l Editor Assistant Editors ' ' Advertising Manager A . Advertising Staff Business Manager Adtivities Editor ,Grades Editor 'Photography Editor V Boys' Sports Editor Girls! Sports Editor ., Art Editor . ArtASta1'f A I' I ' ' Literary Editor Litperaryg' Staff 1 fl 1 1, , ,lv ff K v j ,'lI'yp'ing! Staff ' f' AO I' , , Carol Wohlfeil Terry Christopher Judith Weber William Schultz John Yerger David Gillette Melvin Bateman Paul Laney Robyn Wa.rn David Zeagler Victoria Wawrzyniak Connie Smith, Rosemarie Ren Lorene Moss Rose Roth Karen Richenberg Ronald Dziuba Howard Hartman Jane Vanderhoof Paul Jakaub Toni Palevich, Stanley Sulim Dorothy Seavert Mary Ellen Bgnton Kathleen Smith Gary Ahl Chester Gabriel Lois Benthin Karen Richenberg David Zeagler Judith Weber Betty Kasmer Mary Ellen Benton Connie Smith Rosemarie Ren Carol Wohlfeil I C Front Row:H.Swartz,C.Wohlfei1,E.Dziuba,B.Kasmer,R.Dziuba,P.Waldron,Mr.Giansante,M.E.Benton Second R0w:B ,Mj J J er,B.webe1-,N .Augello ,L.Millis, C .Albee ,K.Richenberg,S.Sulim,D .Gillette ,L.Karas , J .Jakaub ,T.Palevich, P .Laney ,L .G:L1lette, J .Gavel 0 OFFICERS ,I - e4m President Ronald Dziuba Vice President Betty Kasmer 5 Secretary Patricia Waldron I 'r Treasurer Edward Dziuba The members of the Student Council feel they have had a year of achievement and prosperity. Under the guidance of Mr. Giansante, they have raised their goal to one of the highest levels. During this year, the Council has equaled the success of previous years in the annual magazine drive, dances after basketball games and plans for raising money for the scholarship fund. To all the students and the teachers who have helped the Council this year, the members wish to give their sincere thanks. hl Qnv " P 4:22 U 7 .Lx ev 'ef Zwavffg r I l I X-3 Tvmgwx 1 I OUYIQKU YK: Q4 QD S l L f Q 6 P w 'Q 3, KLSW3 J. PFUMN LYNN H HARTHMI VIIIIKLENN R Am .IMSE WL G A , HL Z, Front Row :R.Allen,J .Sear1s,G.Ahl,N.Dickes , Second Row:C .Winke1mann,L.Shulmecht,E.Norton,H.Har'bma.n,W.Schu11',z,W.Benton, J .Bird ,B..Hall Third Row:J.Kasmer,E.Bezon,J .Pf1aumer,G.Rowcliffe,L.Putney,Mr.Dermody-,L.Putney,J .Searls, J .Shepard, C .Underhill, R.Ha.rt,man future fa rmer s T: 5, Hrjiaawuil ? mr? D -V gfavff f 1' , ' Z X1 ' , gig, X-X al . . r f Q' X - f 'l , ' ISN 5 A , - 7 f A o Q v , , Zzl f 1 - f ,wwf ' f PN ,WWKJ-,A XXQF fzifv-X f L-Swag leaders club Front Bow:A.Dixon,M.Johnston,V.Wawrzyniak,Mr .Sherwood,R.Ren,E.Anauo,R.Ba.ker Second Row:J .Weber,T.Christopher, H.Po1ischuk,L.Markwica, S .Monachino ,R.Roth,E .Printup,T.Palevich,M.Benton,J.Kasmer, L.Mi11is,L.Speed , I Q3 - , j f ',I'j b, , I A ' V? 3 'ef 1 Q K ' in 1. -QURE HUMEMAK Y' AMERICA First Rovr:E.Anauo ,J .Erhardt ,M.J0hnston,V .Waw'rzyniak,P .Klos ,R.Baker,C .Wohlfeil Second Row:R.Ren,J.Va.nderhoof ,L.Park,L.Markwica, A .Palevich,Mrs .Glover-,L .Millis,C .Palermo,A.Di.xon,L .Speed Third Row:T.Christ.opher,M.J .Vig,'neri, J .Kasmer, J .Church:L11,D .Seavert,L .Pridmore ,B .Kasmer,R.Roth,S .Monachino , E.Printup,A.Cough1in,L.Moss ,C .Brown ,C .Chapell ,H .Po1ischuk,M.E.Benton , ,, home makers nurses club I Front Row:D .Printup ,J .Conway ,P .Dos ,C .Albee ,D .Talbot ,M.Whitcomb Second Row:J .Weber,C .Smith,S.Wam,L.Park,R.Roth,L.Moss ,C .Chape11,Mrs .Benton L3 fm- gf' . 'fin Iv Y' f -,, 2' 9 wi ' Y: X f M 5 S I If .QL ls .E l v ' ? I hx A ' 3 74 'f 4, , ' .L 4 . f 1.3. : ,"' 1. 3 N , A . , ,V in 2 . . ' 2 i xi 'S S22 -:i f. 1 , s 1 f VV ZWQJQV' . 22: X K 4 E W XP. li 3' . . V 15357 . ,vi ' fl' " "lm N Q x 3, JW 3 , " ' ' ,, 'Q wr ' 1, KQQWWU 'S 3 V 'Y k fan '46 I 1 5 VX! 'YT x I ga? 3 L .ni 7' ,, ,V 0 an 64 ' ir? ' Q yfqnxx i5mf,:?g!QQiH' - r "ffl "T-iG"lI' . f 3, 3-.1gQi,'qK.,4,, mnvff'-l2w'!I2yG',a:-,, Hifi: 'f-wegm-if 'V ,yum 3 '3 :L ,,g,- , s W -. , M 'vw-Q-,g 'Nm J- sffi USN: "1lL f'!'15i Front Row:P.Zambito,K.Porter,K.M ers,M.Ta1bot,J.Gavel,D.Wigton Second Row:Mrs.Kirsch,C.Nortcn,L.Gillette,J.Jasper,A.Horzempa,L.Booher,B.Bezon,S.Schafer,J.Speed x library club Q i cub scouts Front Row:P.wohlfeil,M.Saunders,B.Vereecken,G.Munger,C.Brinkman,G.Ramsey,J.Mi1ler,R.Norstrand,P.Hartley,R.Conway, J.Argento Second Row:S.Sherwood,W.Hart,B.Horton,R.Ramsey,S.Reisdorf,M.Fancher,P.David,C.Zambito,R.Zipfel,D.Kreger,T.Cough1in, E.Hatcher,C.But1er,J.Benton,F.Kel1y,K.Porter Third Row:R.Porter,D.Snell,P.Mil1er,H.Cough1in,T.Bezon,F.Hart1ey,H.Burrows,D.Coughlin,C.Norstrand,J.Carver,D.Al1en, P K D.Mason G.Allen,D.Watson,T.Gave1,G.C1ark,R.Townsend,S.Swartz,C.Roth,D. ane , A5 ,.. , i r W- W '..w,w:,:u1mum4m, First Row:M.Kel1y,A.Dixon,D.Talbot,M.Whitcomb,E.Anauo,P.Zeagler,M.Johnston,K.Richenberg,Mr.Sherwood,M.E.Benton, V.Wawrzyniak,C,Albee,M.Johnston,N.Dunn,P.Waldron,C.Woh1fei1,R.Baker,JQMason Second Row:J.Warboys,E.Ke1ly,J.Conway,C.Mil1er,C.Palermo,L.Mi1lis,C.Smith,J.Weber,S.Warn,R.Hampshire,B.Brinkman, M.J.Vigneri,T.Christopher,J.Vanderhoof,H.Ha1l,L.Speed,R.Ren,N.Hartman,D.Smith,R.Bump Third Rnw:S.Ruck,C.Chape1l,M.Bezon,C.Brown,L.Benthin,L.Park,B.Weber,B.Kasmer,S.Monachino,R.Roth,A.Dorman, E.Printup,K.Smith,L.Markwica,A.Coughlin,T.Pa1evich,J.Churchi1l,D.Seavert,J.Kasmer,H.Polischuk GAA girl scouts First Row:D.Snel1,K.Sherwood,E.Shepard,M.Dentino,M.Reisdorf,B.Shultz,S.Toa1,C.Ha11,J.Bird Second Row:A.Park,M.Campbe11,J.Dorman,J.Pf1aumer,E.Brown,J.Dorf,B.Watson,M.Homer,A.Ames,M.Henries,S.A1bee,S.Bird Third Row:C.Norton,S.Henries,G.Smith,M.Vanderhoof,N.Shepard,S.Dean,P.Ahl,J.Neth,M.Panek,J.Norton,P.Salway, D.Reisdorf,S.Rudolph,N.Jeffery,C.Coughlin,K.Karas . d First Row :K .Combo , S .Norton ,L .Richenberg, S.Berg ,P .Zambito ,M.Hal1, T .Millis Second Row :D .Schoenemann,G.Yunker, J.Bridge,S.Shepard,J .Warboys,B .King,F .KeJ.'Ly,D .Schoenemann,J.Geissler,B.Bowen Thind Row:S.Mi.'Llis ,N .Jeffe1'y,C .Sha.ffer,P .Coughlin,D .Allen,Mrs .Guth,Mrs .Yunker,Mrs .Berg,Mrs .Dutton,Mrs .Richenberg, Hrs .Dunlap ,L.Naylor ,R.Pf1aumer ,C .Coughlin,L.Sulliva.n Fourth Row:C .Dutton,B.Geisslez-,L.Stuart.,L.Vo1.k,J.Dun1ap,B.Gavel ,D .Gart1ey,J.Slade,D.Cacca.mise,R.Whitcomb,S.Burr, G.Warboys , S .Hartley , S .Whitcomb , J . Strabel Fifth Row:L.Dorf ,N .Andrews ,B .Totten ,M.Chambex-lain ,P .Zambito ,L.Parker ,S .Smith ,P .Burrows ,S.Smith ,S .Berg ,P .Schad , R.Zambito,P.Starowitz,M.A.Guth,K.Johnson N. f , N N, 1 0 f, i V, In ffqwjfo brow nles , ,lv ff! 'ffx 5 N lf, ,iff-I 1 Ji! p,'!:H :Hojo ff' fn ' KW! 'I 14,31 mf if ffi ? 1 - ima WK' f N ff I 1 ' N '. 1 N N N S fy' ffm ff VM! M 1 Xu .V , 1, ,, , rw ,V f':bf,1qa, V ' I" ' iff' x f , IVZQAI i I y t 1 I r I I ,V 1 ?f f A " f I' new 5 N 1 s-nf . 1 fN . N , 7' N N ,. gg' -X f , ' l ... T, Sul, . HI 1 M E 7 ANn -' 5 A .-X -Fi V !4lfYN'H an 1 ' Q S gf: ffx Sf- A S Kar -mms A , - ,f-'l1fffi4X, .b 'fi- 'W' Egg WH, f' Qfix 1' ""S ' L7 V 1 "14uHw JMM N fl, Ei.. .f', . , rs, ' 1 ' , , O-if WHAT M J ,via 4 , n as . 1 1 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA r I, , g , -Sv 5 ,, A n Y A, wg President Toni Palevich 1' 'I ' ' , QV gxx ' 'Q - Vice President Lee Millis I --s '.A 'Q A A I ' - " ll , , 5 . - - . . f Xu 8,2-:Q-tix i -s n I n Secretary Louise Markwica . w 'ov ,.,- ' - P-2 .3 , fi A W , 2 Mk Q 'll if 'iii :- a.. - ' -f " Treasurer Carolyn Palermo E I Y-YF!!-2' an "I 4- W 1 i ?'f lg 1 W' Reporter Alberta Dixon r f I .f Y-an e- A all .,.,,f I " I Q Y" awe .,- u ' , , " f " ' ' kplr ' A iii' ' ' J A Parliamentarlan Linda Park Advisor Mrs. Glover iii' A 1 X Y , Vx .E Y, 1 , . 1 9 T. Y '55 , . . A K 1 1 J' . 9 1 4 . 41 4 f X KA . v I F Q , 5 9 1 Z C . ,, .- The purpose of the F.H.A. is to develop better homemakers of America. The F.H.A. has been striving, as its main project, to earn money for the Senior girls' jackets. Ideas on all facets of a homemaker's work flew back and forth at a county F.H.A. rally at Alexander on February lit. The event of the year is the annual F.H.A. dance. ' 5, GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 5 A President Mary Ellen Benton 31 . Vice President Karen Richenberg I . , Secretary-Treasurer Victoria Wawrzyniak D. The purpose of the Girls Athletic Association is to promote increased interest V .n girls sports. Many girls participate in playdays and noon ho ur intramurals . Under Coach Sherwood's direction the group attends scheduled events with local schools X including Albion, Batavia and Oakfield. Often honor teams represent the school in 3 various tri-county meets. Another division of , ,- including bowling and basketball. , 15. je' if , 'A V' " ,Q , .Q V Angxivf , ,,,g19! Af. if f , I ce Q' 'W -.ar fl .W Q? ,aff 'f " f::,w4g-g 4 W ,Q LEADERS' CLUB - B 0 'Q m Q A J,- jg' wi 3 fly? .X y 3 . milf F Y sf f .ya . AZ ' if . 1 114' 3 gh 4 a fl Cv 'A I it I if f 2... X The purpose of the an leaders in high school activities and particularly Vl., I ' to produce active workers d V in sports. Senior and junior girls I ,H are eligible to belong to this organization. Each member ' is required to ipend . ' .J ""4 ' at 1 ' ' up east one hour a day in assisting the coaching staff, either in grade or V A X 3 if junior high gym classes, or in intramurals. This builds their leading abilities Eg' A ' 'ff and provides valuable experience. L8 ,Q ., .. Y , -YW .,......,..l-....... c 5 '? A X w A l 'xp . ., bl ,..,c,..i.V...,.., FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA President Howard Hartman Vice President William SChl1J-'OZ Reporter Lee Shuknecht Sentinel John Bird Secretary William Benton Treasurer Ellsworth Norton The F.F.A. Chapter has had a very successful year. The demonstration team of Ronald Hall and Howard Hartman placed first in the demonstration contest at the Genesee County Fair. James Shepard, New York and Northeastern Sectional winner of the National Junior Vegetable Growers Association 3 received as a prize, a trip to Atlanta, Georgia and a gold watch. The a.nnual calendar proved a huge success. The calendar helps the money as well as providing advertising for its supporters, 4 c club raise I t 3 ff g , , . fe 1 'fiugsiigy as-Q - t 1 t Ae f' X X 1 aL! X I ffffff f ,ZX V.. ,,, F91 .- ' A fi .-g - .fe """'. --fl 4 I .fri . ff ,M s i , QKVI e gee fri il . Qfjnh A - Vif. , . 'if' J .ji-:-Qeggxr ky A " ,L 5 A " I zfsftfx f. J -' W' iii N . df-'A ' 'Y M'--. ,Q .r --1--4 'B' 'f V a. 1 l ' g ,iz ja' . , 3 Elf, Q S - if-f 52' ' is - 3 . 1 vig z G 9 f D I ' i H 55 , ' . . .mf ' ' L..xi 2 f r ' ' t 2 3 is we r. -5 I i -un-R-fa rn- ,, A, ,Y A I - .1 A-1-' 'W' we-at E. m:iyfHl,MA 5-. ., "'.,,Q'1 ,, , 5 5 . aw . 1 . ,, -..sir:,,,-,. ',g.,-..g,nrm.,.,,,. , 5 ,i , . 'i 1 1 f- Y X Q G Q 1 llne f' f 5 ig Q- 4 -iii "' 3 1 GIRL scou'rs 1 1 ,gi ,A f' Ag-K-fj,g4?hf1i IJ, ax Thanks to Juliette Low, founder of the girl scouts, girls all over the if ,A ' ' f Tg',5,3Q,,-' 'L I.-as world now know the enjoyment and pride of belonging to a Girl Scout troop. kk: 'i ' 'f ' Under the able directions of their leaders, each girl strives to become a 'A If fk' I fx: Q 3 H' better citizen. By following daily the ten Girl Scout laws, motto, slogan, Lf ' -f u Af ,lv-3.1 , and promise they will accomplish this, ' 'f The leaders of our local troop are: Mrs. Alice Ryan, M1-5, Marguerite an ' ' ' , . Ahl, Mrs. Marjorie Christopher, and Mrs. Arlette Sherwood, Y' X 6 h 49 U 'WNW D!-ohne IST, f 'fa an Y 4 'f Pe. 5' ,. 5 " ig?2f'-av , J' ' ,v,Z,,, z Wu, f ,I ,, mg. 'sf 4 4' Y "f 3fi' Z:, 42 Q 71' 1 ' f,' f l?'!f'Qf 4 ,.,.,y , ff 41 1,1 4 5 Q" 1 Q .4 ,J I I 'f E 5 , , ,Q k 4 gf, gi P 2 ff f ff M4 c . ' W ' 4 is .Q v WV ' Q! wx M 1 v fx ' 1 f 7 , n v 5 ,,,,, , MI If i .U-I .V . . .W 1 'L gf i'2gfs2",:r,'e f ' 1' u fl, K . ff f fl XX -....-.,., I X " f A wpff I ' P I . f - fb N X , ,. - --, ' ' , ei, ' ' x ' Q I X X I X 1 use if - ' "7 l lg 'sf' ff ' P7 x f 1 7 j W1 , I E I I XXX X 77-LTI K: 0 'Q . F-,X fy X ff X I 2 e Sf- J.. 5' AT it X XX XL! , is ' - ff.: - l ,J 7 3 V? -S41 2' YL X X , E p "T ' f GPG' I 1 . . L- l 1 13, I 4 ff :M ,, Ti fi ff QQ f X' L . 1 .-I K - Mg g f -X has ,fv f ' X ,li Xy 'H ff W X 1 jx X , V ,I K N ,L mx T' ' A u I vid '- 1 Q H f X . . X , N S I X I ,- 1 X As Joe comes out of the boiler room from , N Xe his visit with the janitors, he scoots down . " , ' the hall at the same time that the drums in , the basement are being taken up the stairs. i iw! J - 2 Joe Sep? ox! Snei and the next thing IEE ltnows, N , - f 1 E a. mo o s u en s egin warming up eir 1n- X Q I 'S if jk f i f ' , X struments. It must be band rehearsal! Joe X 'xgl ff ' fl h f' A 1 3 'j f - wonders, where does the chorus practice? Just ,gf """" "2" E then, Joe darts out of the way. Mr. Mark's . I fl X podium descends on his head, and Joe lands in N ' ,f the middle of a group of girls discussing ' X ,.. f f what would be going on in chorus for the fol- E I lowing day. Well, his question answered and X band beginning, he scurries out the door be- i -2-11 X fore the opening march bursts his little ear X drums. f ff ' . if V 51 :Lu f' , X 1144, "'fg,Wi so e we so Q. . .w ' , W ,I A, , -M 2 H V V N ' i 1 E Nw I 1 .N ,,,., W i , . LJ . V ,J L.-I A ,LJJ 5 U ' L4 ' -X A Hx -. :f . 'Lk' I' 17" 5' L+' 5'f,LfJ ?ff,T' -if f4"f ii Rf- ,, f E , ,, .fy M4 psy- ' 4! A I N , w-RQX I N- N- ,dx W fx f 1 .f Y Alzgzz A-J x Cx LN x,-AX xf-A X L Uma-I ' 44 Af-H 9-Lb: 13--'wa-J 5 ' ff FPL k, q, 1, Mn MM nv are A , g "' 'W , " RN " '-xx 1 XR x If 21-+5-f,ff-wH31a,,'fA,-'S ,fig : ff jj f, ,Q xg, Qi If E ' 1 -my-S 1 ' w x 5 If ' ,N I x f , Zi lg' W. A " X, X V X' Q I M 1 - LW fax., I R' VW If 1 vw' Y ""N - M14 .93 if ff" V4-L-I-J E- Q If ff iw' - ng fi W ff' Af WJ . L-an ' r gl Fixx? z 5 Q . V1 A :FF-f " R . -L 4 1 f . l ff- , - VN Q 'ff .,-, um Q 5 " A Q a g. F. A f 'ratv -. I K I 1 H4 'fQ54lA.Qf Aa-.1 41 YI A , vw M A Jr H 3 'Q lg N N 4 lg If , 31 'M 4, Il, 'UL Q "'2. 39, V f . i , ff f H sf Front Rpw:L.Ke1sey,M.Batem.an,L.Vereecken,D .Stokes ,K.Ka.ras ,Mr.Mark ,K .Wallace ,K.Schu1er,B.Dorman,B .Townsend ,A.Schu1er Second Rnw:J.Speed,M.Sv1artz,J.McCormick,B .Kahn,M.Townsend,P .Ahl, C .Crossett,J .Gave1,M.Va.nderhoof, K .Myers,M.Panek, G.Slade ,D.Reisdorf ,V.George ,D .Coughlin ,J .McCormick , S .Mason Third Row:J.Hampshire,M.A.Talbot,R.Reak,J.Sherwood,L.Booher,S.Henries,S.V:L1e,P .Ke1sey,C.Norton,L.G:il1ette,T.Bargay, A.Barniak,C.DiCaso1o,P.Zambito,C .lEh1do1ph,B.O1sen,H.'Purner d iunior band 8 Jag? .un 1 H J ffl f 'N'. J Ugmggfa pep band First. B.ow:C .Wohlfeil C .Brown ,Mr.Mark ,L.Speed ,M.E.BBnt0n second npw:c.chape1.11D.smi1.h,L.Kozak,J.churchi11,A.Doman,w.Gavenda,J.Gave1,G.Ah1,B.weber,K-Smith,L-Beflthill Third Row :K.Hyers ,C.Pa.lemo , J .Vanderhoof , S .Huck -in 53 1 f , Q Z 'Vg 4' Aff' H w I lf- A , K 5 5 ' Y ' H,-mi ,,, 1 ' f, MH, ,, ,g- my N. . , . . f f ., V, ,-mf.-,W ,- f T77 'xv ' -ff-wg v '1s',,.,'f.v f 1: ' ,dm ,, ,, ' 1 , 1, In v ,V , I 'v'fM-wwf i ,, Y 9 f .I f f 5, ,, - , , f , , . as - , K f "" l ,, 1 75, A : .,?,,, 43, L fy V,. 3 V , Q af- ' " 1+ - ' V,-,V 1 , , .vm ' f :fi ' ' f, '7- 'H-Z7 ,. " f 44,,,.4 , 1 Z M X i 24 4 , ,1 1 f ,:.gy' , . V q' .V 1 1 1' , 'wif ' ,.., It V 4 1 ,. , , f HIV V W ., , ,Q . . , Q"2"f4fW4:'.'wf V , LW' P ry? f , , R ,yu , " Hy- ' , ' ' ' 1 , f fm .- J 4 y 'fm M , I f,-1 49 f 1 1 f K . 7 A ,, f ' X I ff fi , ' , I MQ 4 ' If fry!" f ,, '11 ,' ff I , . M ,jg VA 8 ' W" Q If ': .53 '17, 1- fm S- f ,Q V, ,xr 'X f . 1 7 ' ., , 'T ... f 4 '1 A, , in ' 4 'cdr' 4 ' , '- ' Av 'Cf " , -.L A A 1 ,IM ' , ni , V, 4 .ff ,, -,.., ,A 1 ,f 2 f 'A ' 1 ' T7 , 3 ,V gf ' . ', ,Q ',,r3.2' 1 1 4 ,, 3 '41 4 V ' 1, '4 140. ,P ,V r ,af . 517-Q.. --v' ' 4:13ZE:.yv 4, " ,f " ,ry ng, Q I ' f ' , ,,, L ,f,,A W , X ,Q 3 :A 'Ez ga: Q' ,1- 4 4 . , ,,, x s V, 1 l B? S 'Q 31 x ' f A R 4- - . A ' gr- 'x 1. 14 , I 4 f.g . R47 x .xv . 4, 1 V -A First R0w:C.Hal1,B.Hayes,B.Townsend,S.Langnaid,E.Shepard,A.Barniak,D.Snell,K.Sherwood,J.Smith,G.Shaffer,A.Schuler, R.Glover,D .Sne1l,R.Jasinski,S.Toa1,M.Reisdorf,B.Schultz,D .Mason, A.AI'mbrewater,K .Porter,M1's .Coniber Second Rows!-i.Homer,J.Foster,E.Brown,D.St,okes,J.Fite,S.Swa1'tz.,J.Printup,J.Dor'man,A.Park,P.Sta.fford,D.Coughlin, D.Wat.son,B.Moon,S.Mason,N.Jeffery,R.Towmsend,J.Bridge,K.Karas,J.Dor-f,B.Watson,K.Strobe1e,S.Wald1-on Third Row:R.Burrovrs,G.Clark,D.Al1en,C .Augello,J .McCormick,P.Bezon,P .Rodgers,P .Salway,P.Drake,S.Dean,S.Totten, C .Rudo1ph,B .Osborne,J .Sherwood,F .Drake,M.Niedzi1slek,G.Slade,J .McCormick,F .Zambito ,M.Ca.rnpbe11,G.Allen, T.Gave1,P.Au,geII.1o,V.Geo1-ge iunior chorus dance band Front Row:C.Chape1l,J .Conway,W.Ga.venda, T.Christopher,J .Gavel,D.StuaI't,,G.Ahl Second Rmv:K .Myers ,J .Vanderhoof ,J .Baldwin ,L.Benthin ,M.E.Benton ,K.Smith Q ,,., it f 55 ups-r .., Y, , ,gf ay 'F' n- f .-. .1 B.Kasmer,T.Christopher ,J .Vanderhoof ,J .Conway,L .Mi1liS,KfM5'91'3 . m cl I o r e i i e s SENIOR BAND President Mary Ellen Benton Vice President Daniel Stuart Secretary Toni Palevich Treasurer David Gillette Librarians Lucille Speed Dora Smith James Baldwin Karen Richenberg Stage Managers -Gary Ahl Jack Searls The band carries on a full year program. During the summer and fall the members march and perform active routines at most firemen's carnivals and at football games. Under the capable direction of Mr. Mark, the band works diligently to prepare a Christmas and then a Spring Concert. At this same time, more advanced members practice faithfully their solos, duets, and ensembles for county and state festivals where they are given ratings. Playing for the graduation exercises ma.rkS the end of the band's school year. g J 56 3 L 1 N 1 w I 1 L.Benthin,M.E.Benton,C.Woh1feil,J.Vanderhoof,E.Printup,A.Dornmn,C.Brown,S.Huck,C.Chapell SENIORCHORUS hal-moneiles T President ' Lee Millis A Vice President Terry Christopher 1 Secretary Dixie Talbot Treasurer Karen Richenberg I Librarians Rita Hampshire 1 Kathleen Smith Jean Mason '24 This year the all girls chorus directed by Mrs. Coniber, has accomplished man new things. At the Christmas Concert the chorus attempted something they E had never done before, singing an all Latin song, HDormi Jesuu. In the spring the chorus joins with the band to present the annual Spring Concert. At this time the chorus is also preparing several numbers for a performance at the county music festival. In general the chorus has a very busy schedule. JUNIOR CHORUS 1 The Junior Chorus is a selected group of fifth and sixth grade singers. They performed in the Christmas Concert as a Uliving Christmas treen. For the Spring Concert their program was based on music from Disneyland featuring Peter Pan, Robin Hood, Davy Crockett, The Lady and the Tramp, Cinderella and 1 Alice in Wonderland. 57 lhvw M ' H 4 W, 1 4 I I 4 h , , ? ,, , , nm, . gmmmmm, J f ,V an ,I 0, , ,V 'W' W if-W4 , . 1-V-- 'I' , .4 ,, 1 W V WA ' V 'Y 1 V, 4 A . . fm WW iff Q" 4, V W' V , -4 fV'Z '42 M 1' mf' ' 6 - f ' 'W f W, pn, 4V , , 'f'Wf"ff", 49 4 ,A M V M ff, 1 , W f., M ,V ,, f. 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L, 4 ,L if V , me Vp , ,V , ,, 4, W V4 M , 4 gf. .1 4 f -4 af GW V ff , My-H, , an , 'L ' 26? 'Vw .fn y ,, 'Z 4 -f fa V Why f V " ,V vw, W-WV' Wh, I 1 fi 1 "1 ?"'f Q. -,Z 7 '41 7 ' 1 V H . ,,'., Q ,Wifi .4 V , W wif. .7157 V Aw, ,, ,V 2- ,- i .. -vfg fl " 4 'WW gf ff 'J 4 VAX NN iff' , M, W ,,q 1 4. "f"""',,l ,.,..."","' Sv , 6 A 1 ,X- Sld GMP As the final bell rings in the afternoon, Joe is almost swept out of the building by the tide of students rushing for seats on the buses The halls are soon empty and silent except for the yells and chants of the cheerleaders. As Joe wanders through the cafe- teria and into the coaches' office, the familiar cries of the play- ers in the locker room below drift up the stairs. The coaches review the plans for the afternoon's practice - for every athlete must be well trained mentally as well as physically. The gym 13 soon alive with players and the basketballs drum on the floor. Practice underway, Joe decided to have a better look at the coaches' quarters. Every type of athletic equipment, footballs and pads from the past season and volleyballs and baseballs for the approaching seasons fills the office. After looking over some of the records of this year's events, Joe decided that, for a small school, the schedule is well organized and participated in by a high percentage of the eligible students 14, DH MMM, 41" N Gu Iliff! f it!!! , I WW' millfg l"-I 1 lgllll, , Wllll' ulllf Y.: 55:22-I S l -:A1 E 'E 4 'S 1 , 1, ' J f , , A - L-A 'I W9 A Wi?" - if 'Th 1 3 " 14? , , I , 4 I 1 3 iv Ep Q, ' 1 My .V ' A 1, A . f ' E 4 I I , i 1 fi- U7-12 fb 7: tea! 1 ig' E, 2 ' "-3 R ,sg F2 Uihbbiu Front Row:D.Snyder,Coach Sherwood Second Row:B.Dambra,J.Baldwin,W.Benton,H.Hart.man,D.Zeag1er,L.Capwe11,R.Warn,C.Gabrie1,P.Jakaub,W.Schultz, T Monach1no,E Bezon,D Rowc11i'fe,J Yerger,W.1Ek1g1e " " ' Ia k la II av' W, vdrsliy as el cl X N O I O lunlor varsliy .ff 514 e Front Row S Palevich,L Karas,C Starowltz Second Row Coach Abrams,N Augel1o,G Ahl-,R Johnson,J Za.mbito,J.Jakaub,J.Kasmer,R.Hartma.n,D.Stuart,J.Bird,J.Shepard, lf' A I ,us M o-X E I , I : . . . ' G Howc11ffe,E Norton,J Pflaumer 61 1,.i.... ,,,, Front B.ow:M.Swartz,Mr.Rohr,P .Cropo Second Row:W.Shu1er,C .Porter,E.Niedzialek, T. Talbot ,A.Bur1ing ,C .Wallace ,D.Say,W. Townsend ,D .Engle freshmen baskeibclll baseball Front Row:R.Johnson,W.Benton, J .Baldwin ,G.Cole ,D.Snyder Second Row:J .Yerger,G.Rowc1iffe ,J .Pf1aumer,L.Putney,R.Shultz ,T.Monachino ,D .Rnwcliffe ,Coach Sherwo , 62 R.Johnson,Coach Abrams,R.Wa.rn I r cl 1: It Genesee-Orleanslgig 32225 Meet Results: 100 Id. Dash R. Jolmson 5th Mile Rmm R. Warn 5th High Jump L. Richenberg lst 5' o-' X E Q4 m . .J I U if e 'g 12' WI .iv :DDJ -nallilz' '.'.m1lLlEllll'I' I L-A U NU!! Nvqlu! A' il, gg Y i . ea Q D.Rowc1iffe,J.Pf1aumer,J.Yerger,Coach Sherwood volleyball l956VOLLBYBALL L. Richenberg R. Lund D. Norton L. Ren G Matla D. Rowcliffe J. Pflaumer J. Yerger Genesee-Orleans Champions 10th Consecutive Year Section V Champions for the 6th time by defeating Hemlock 15-5, 15-5 and defeating Cohocton in the finals 15-8, 15-7. I I I 1 4. l,............ .. From, Raw:D.'ra1bor,L.Mi11is,s.wam,T.cm-istopher 1.3.4 EfQ1iFo'ug ggsmlaa Second Row:Mrs.Glowacki,B.Kasmer,K.Richenberg,L.Markwica,J .Conway B 9 0 i L I ,Q '- I 1: eerleaders el. A 777:2' f FOOTBALL I , f J,-:L Opponents The We -' ' Alexander 7y 0 Pi , Nh M ' 6 J J Pavilion 12 O - Q - ' ' - Alexander 0 18 2 j I ' ig Barker o 2 j .....- 'mx' ff Corfu 13 0 if 'F Lyndonville 11, 0 4 ff 1' , ' if W A Record: Won 2 Lost 3 0 J a 4 J Gradde 6 BASIQQTBALL far' ip Qc, f-0114 'In H621 BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL 1956 BASEBALL Opponents They We VARSITY JUNIOR VARSITY Corfu 1.1 31 Opponent They We Opponents They We Holley L5 37 Kendall I+ 1 Corfu 27 lsl Alexander 53 L9 Pavilion 9 2 Holley 3h 147 Byron-Bergen 1.8 38 Wyoming 7 6 Alexander 26 19 Wyoming 3h 50 Alexander 3 1O Byron-Bergen 21 25 Oakf ield 56 38 Kendall I+ l Wyoming 28 33 Corfu l+8 27 Wyoming 2 7 Oakfield l+6 18 Kendall 53 52 Pavilion 13 O Corfu 32 30 I-ofndonville A5 52 Lyndonville 5 3 Kendall L9 21+ Alexander 52 A3 Lyndonville l 3 Lyndonville 35 30 Holley M3 A0 Alexander 35 21+ Pavilion A6 l+3 Holley 39 36 WYCUI5-ng l+5 l+7 Pavilion 26 23 By'I'0n-Bergen 62 Sl D. Rowcliffe J. Baldwin Wyoming 58 20 Oak-field 57 35 J. Yerger W. Benton Byron-Bergen 21+ 25 Pavilion 57 38 L. Richenberg G. Cole Oaldfield 33 27 Kendall 67 55 R. Shultz G. Rowcliffe Pavilion 26 20 . LYnd0I'lVi1le 53 61 C. Zambito E. Anauo Kendall 143 22 J. Pendergast, J. Pflaumer Iyndonville 33 lol R. Johnson L. Putney Record for Year T, Monachino Won Lost Record for Year League and non-league 3 15 Record: Won - 3 Won Lost League 3 5 Lost - 6 League and non-league 5 1 61+ X gba Wy 1 4' 5 .4 '4' V. -4,5 Wye! My 4.1" 1 'fwwd 3,',,, .Xl J,5hepard,J.Searls,E.Bezon, ' RD gJ,Y r er R.Hartma.n D.Rowc1ii'fe D.Stuarb W.Schu1tz L.Capw?1l,J-Kasmery Gimme W H,gl-Emaf1,D.zeag1eP,T.Monachin3,P.Jakauf1,G.nowc1iffe,D.cluetue,H.Hartm2-r1,E'N01"20f':J 'pflaumer' L ,Putney,R.Shultz ,W .Hense1,R.War'n,C .Gabriel Inside Rowfw.5hu1er,p,Eng1e,c.Porter,w.Townsend,w.Gavenda,D.say,T.Ta1bot,C.walla0e,J-JHkaubvJ'5ear1S'R'J0hnSon' A .Bm-1ing,L.Shu1mecht , J .Baldw:Ln,W.Bent.on,G.Co1e ,G.Ah1 ,R .HalJ.,N .Augel10 Center ,W .Eng1e,B .Dambra ,E.Niedzialek, J .Zambito ,R.Dziuba .J .Bird 65 .,., H... T f - .. -WA j pw" f . 4 v M ' wh., Y , , .,.. ,, ,uf 0 W-W, VMW., V. 1. .3 A 2" f 2 1 ,4- z. A '--- , -eff Egg vw -: . . L I' .f I Qi. dx, -- I .. ...M . .W ""f1FflUfy1r-'Q f - y,,,,f.,,ig M. 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