Ellenville High School - Shawangan Yearbook (Ellenville, NY)

 - Class of 1956

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Miss E. Frieda Krutenat. Mrs. Mrs. Martha Pulver. Mrs. Mildred Solomon. Mrs Teresa Dietseh. Miss Marguerite Hommel. Josephine Conroy. Miss Catherine Follette. i Wi ei xi. SECOND GRADE FIRST GRADE Mrs. Lois Kortright. Miss Dorothy Hocmer. Miss Mrs. Marian Getman. Miss Phyllis Burton. Mr Helen Shriver. Mrs. Helen Mulkeen. Pearl Rippert. Miss Jennie McDowell. KINDERGARTEN RURAL ANNEX MTS- Grace Terwilliger- MTS- PhYlli5 Benson- Mr. Edward Russett. Mrs. Lenore Wright. Miss Mary Otens, Mrs. Bertha Riseley. in X "'Tzs education forms the common mindg just as the twig is bent the tree,s inclinedf, ALEXANDER POPE DONALD BLACKWELL HNGSU Any connection between class rings and Monroe is purely coincidental . . . He wore blue denim trousers and motorcycle boots. YVETTE BOTWINICK "Vettie,' Some seamstress . , . Candy anyone? KEITH CARO "Keithe" Late again . . . DO you believe in going steady? , . . Soda, anyone? NIALCOLM CARR "Harm" "One of these days l'll beat the late hell" . . . Such a manly physique . . . Give a fella credit for trying. AY' T l R ,,. L 1 Emu ARD BUDD Elmer Horse fiend . . . truck drive-r , . construction worker. EDWARD BROWN "Alfred" Caruso's successor . . . Clothes make the man . . . Sports enthusiast. ROBERT BROWN .tBob0,, Who says he's shy? . . . What athletic prowess . . . Um, that black hair. MARTIN BUCHHOLTZ ".Uarly" A camera hug . . . Future chemist Or physicist . . . Mr. P's left hand. f' , sw 4 '.i.fw3 k ,,.:fz!m,,:-rt. :M igzwfffl ww.. ,fy H' gf 3 2592 ff "-, -mf FFR' 1 gifwiefg-?1i' 51132523 311 f - , f Q K X J f w-p f --.35 ww zfiiff' 1 ik! :JVQ , Qiygl Lx, . ' Aa if 1 X Y fi Aw x' is-. LIQCILLE GRAD S'L111-Vi' 'rt-rod l1llt'l'll . . . Oh. that Cari . .-Xliuthe-r Surah iit'TIlilLlI'tif. NilKl'S Glllxlllcllcs "CrvP:if"' Thix wan not unc- of my bt-ltvr g21I1lCS.i' e-r try me-lltul fill-59? . . . ax -- hxy y 1 :ly -Y 1-3 ' 2 . . . Hd, Nflll mln- ll! FRANK GALLO "C0efh" fan hr- wow 'Q'lIl! .... f Kthlvtv- with a Capltal .X . . . Sonia guys haw evervthing! JAMES FAHY lm "Basi1"' . . . no schulastiv slollch . . . Martin! co-workvr . . . ljI'tljt'1'fi1lI1i5i King. ROBERT FERRAR0 "Bob" Napanochian hunter? . . What a line! . . . He sings too. JUDY FVRMAN "fini" A Napallochian fl-male . . . another nulnlwr plvase victim . . . intralnurals . . . vnthllfiast. lXlILLICENT INGHAM 'i1Iz'llie" A rval Sweet smile . . . Swvrt wive- tOO . . . Knit 2. pm-rl l . . . DOn't you Iikf- Bf'I'IIlllfli1S? LYLE IRWIN Hlfasef' Um. that "new" Clif-vyl . . . 'flum- blond curls . . . Hails from NZ1pElIlUCll. DOUGLAS HORTON iiDOIliL'., "Ye-ah man" . . . What looks . . . What a build . . . What an athlete . . . What a guy! BARBARA JOHNSON 'gBarbi" Some people like to talk . . . She can Sing and play the piano. fat-1 H if JAYNE HARTLEY ujayu That gal knows what shcfs talking ahout . . . Kathrim- Ciblis will he luvky tn gwt he-r. FREDERICK HORNBECK "Frf-rf' FI'USlI4ElIt'fl artist . . . Ht-'s no shrimp . . . H0 got-s for Fords. -Qi?" B JAMES KELLY Slim" i'Fly hwy" . . . future- vrlginvcr . . Alllhiilvl' ASP guy. C ual. KRO xr 'clflzu lib-y" Authority on Nlavhr-th . . . Cragsrnoor inhahitanl . . . Wc'inslcin's vriipiuyvv. An?-"5 aka'- '-V W . li- ROSALIE KARNIOLINSKI "Sonny" Ornate hairdos . . . A Warwarsing hermit . . . Vifiiling workf-r. ROBERT JiiDs0N HBFVT., "Honey bags" . . . Wffll say we knew him when . . . Always around when you need hirn. QI Q-H' L.. JOY KAIIL-XVINTER Fvvr hz-ar of un urtixt with hrains . . . R:-al gnml fnluiat . . . Shi-'ll learn to spike- yr-I. I,n.L1.-xx KAN'l'I-IR MLN" SllIllIlliiViiiQ'.- funggliini . . . Nirmritiwllo cominutf-r . . . Candy girl, PHYLLIS LEVINE "Pinkie" Future vet . . . Peaches and cream complexion . . . Yea, for the Nash. STEPHEN LEVINE "Steve" What a cha cha'er! . . . Who else can ask teachers such uncomfortable questions? GEORGE LECC Another one that's quiet . . . Who can match that deep bellow? FRANK LEWIS Louze A baseball guy . . . Gas station at tendant. GEORGE KROM scjonnyss You have to look up, to this guy . . . "Don't you like shocking pink Fords?" WAYNE LAWRENCE lfBeClc7! He 'gfliesv . . . The quiet type. JAMES NlCKENZIE ujllflfllfn What a laugh! . . . Nut tht- last or least of the XICKl'I1Zltx5 . . . "There are two seats on the left, sir." JUDITH NlCKENZIE i'f1uI,i"' Another of the vlan .... f Xlways around when nm-:lt-tl . . , Very familiar with any l'PfI't'rllllll'Ilf t'o1n1nittf'f1. DONALD NICCOMBES "Don" What l-:intl of flows-rs would yr . . . "new" car. GARY L0Ns'rE1N 'iLonny,' ru l ikf-? Not everyone can talk like this guy . . . Can you decipher this? . . Pontiac. Pontiac. rah, rah, ra Nl' 5 is . h. ANTHONY Lrls "Tor1yV Ulm- Club! bass , . . Who van tht- camcll walk! . . . Fri:-mlly low . . . Coldf-n Cloves. ROBERT NICCLAY "Har" Enthufiaet of Newburgh skating: . Lrttvrnian . . . Well likf-tl. PATRICIA MARTIN ..Pat,, This gal is always neat . . . watch her dance . . . Ugh! damp weather. ANTONIO MELLO uTonyn No wonder he knows his history . . . Old faithful . . . Coach's left hand. 5 lt SANDRA MARCUS "Sandy", Size doe-sn't glove-rn talkativeness . "Fill 'er up please." LORETTA MITCHELL The quiet type fin schooll . . . soft spoken. EDWARD MANCE ..Ed,, Ford devotee . . . "We grow 'em big around here" ...I A nyone want to re- serve their plot early? ARTIILR NIANTONE AAU., "Man oh man" . . . Smooth flyer . . Can he talk . . . Fender bender. EDWARD RAZINSKY NEW Humorous . . . Ne-ver a :lull moment . . . Mr. Vcep . . , Some actor . . . Brains too. ROBERT RICH t.BOb,, Hold on to that license . . . What would Meyer do without him? . . . Oh, that Merc. MICHAEL RASNICK "Mickey, Not everyone can drive such a Car . . . Good worker. DAVID NIXON saNixss One of Napanoclfs crew . . . Every- one likes this guy. 'Y' 15' JANE OAKLEY Annie's sister . . . "Ticket please" . . . Glee Clulfs alto . . . Future R.N. BARBARA PHILLIPS "Rustie" Artistic ability . . . Cooperative worker. I HAROLD RUDNICK Spring Glen's contribution to ECS. RITA SHAFFER ccRin Sweet gal . . . A nice strut . . Willing worker. SHEILA RUDD Goose Person with personality . . . Possibili- t1es unlimited . . . Where are my glasses?" . . . Madam president. WAYNE SHELEY Music, music, music . . . "IO gallons, please" . . . Good looking to boot. JOHN ROBBINS Where Bob goes, .lohn goes . . . What else can you expect from these Na- panoch cronies? ALFRED LEE ROBERTS "Pete" Awfully handy on an athletic court . . . A8zP here I go! Springfield here I come. SYLVIA STEINIIOFF sssyln "Hr-llo. Fallsvicwu . . . Can out-talk almost anyonc . . . gum lover . . . good workcr. WILLIAM SURDAKOWSKI "Cheek" Pretty valuable in math or science class . . . "Ace's handy man. GERALDIINE SPALIARICH Gerry Outdoor gal . . . Irene's pal . Telephone Co DEANINA SHORE Dee Finally, senior license- . . . Artistic gal . . . N. Y. look out. LILLIAN SLUTSKY "Lili, A character kid . . . Love thosc half days of school . . . Always good for a laugh . . . Al-a-bamy. ELAINE SMITII Lovely hair . . . Another of tlwsc wvll known Smith sisters . . . Svvm-vt sxnilv. HAROLD WARREN "Hesh" No one can look down on him . . Our valuable goalie . . . Some hunter. DAVID WAXMAN "Dave" What a driver? . . . "Flat top" . '6M0st different." ROBERT VASQUEZ ..B0b,, Cohen's employee . . Shorthand, any one. IRENE WILHELM Renee Junior-Senior cheerleader . . . Blondie . . . Short and sweet. CORTLAND TICE Modern day Romeo . . . You can sure get around in that red convertible. ROBERT TIMMS "Rebel" Baseball fiend . . . Some trumpelerl . . . There he goes in his Chevy. MARGARET WYNKOOP "Magie" Anyone need a babysitter? . . . Pleas- ant girl . . . Future baby nurse. ANDREW YONKER QA ndyn He could only come from Ulster Heights. SYLVIA KRooP WEINSOFF cssyln First to take the vows . . . Freckles can be appealing. DENNIS WINSTEN "Denny,' Oh, for his knowledge . . . Soccer man . . . Explorer? ANDERSON DORIS Glee Club 1 2 3 Mrxed Chorus 3 4 Varslty Club 3 Secretary 4 IV Cheerleader 1 Varslty 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Intramurals 2 3 4 Leaders Club 2 3 4 BIENWALD KARL Wallklll Hlgh School 1 Orchestra 2 Clee Club 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 BLACKWELL DONALD Baseball .IV 1 2 Var Slty 3 Basketball JV 1 2 Projectlonlst Club 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 4 BOTWINICK YVETTE Clee Club 1 2 lVI1xed Chorus 2 SLT 2 3 Trafflc Club 3 Servxce Board 3 AA Board 3 4 u1ll 3 Twlrlers 2 3 Student Councll Secretary 4 BROWN EDWARD Soccer 3 4 Track 1 2 Basketball IV 1 VHISIIS 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 lVI1Xed Chorus 3 4 Operetta 3 NYSSMA 4 Club 1 2 3 4 Yearbook Photography Edrtor 4 CARO KEITH lVI1xed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 ,IV Basketball 1 Soccer 1 Span1sh Club 3 NYSSIVIA 4 Trlnlty Pawllng School 2 CLINE .IEANNETTE Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Operetta 3 4 ELMAN JUDITH New Utrecht Hlgh 1 u1ll 4 Intramurals 4 DITTENHEIIVIER MARLENE Student Councll 1 2 4 Treasurer 3 Natlonal Honor SOCIETY 3 Pres1dent4 Varslty Club 2 3 Pres1dent4 Class Presldent 1 Leaders Club 1 2 3 4 SLT 1 2 ulll Asslstant Sports Edrtor 2 Glee Club 1 Span1sh Club 2 3 Cheerleader JV 2 Varslty 3 4 Yearbook Sports Edltor Traffxc Club 3 In tramurals 1 2 3 4 DOUGHER ROBERT PYOJCCIIOHISI Club 1 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 FAHY JAMES Projectlonlst Club 1 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 FURMAN JL DY Glee Club 1 2 SLT 3 VHISIIQ Club 3 4 Leaders Club 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 GALLO FRANK Leaders Club 1 2 3 Presldent 4 Basketball JV 1 2 Varslty 3 4 Baseball 1 2 Soccer 1 2 3 CoCapta1n 4 Glee Club 4 Class Pre ldent 2 GRAD LLCILLE Q 111 2 3 SLT 1 2 3 Var lty Club 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Span1sh Club 2 3 Thesplan 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Leaders Club 4 Serxlce Board 3 4 Year book EdlIOl'1I'l Chlef GRINBERGS MIKUS Orchestra 2 3 4 Pro JCCIIOHISI Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Trafflc Club 4 Che s Club 1 2 Llbrary Club 1 HARTLEY ,IAYNE Leaders Club 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 1 2 Secretary 3 Presldent 4 VHISIIW Club 2 3 4 Clee Club 1 3 lVI1xed Chorus 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Quxll News Edltor 2 Honor Soclety 3 4 Cheerleader IV 1 2 VHISIIQ 3 Class Secretary 1 Trafflc Club 2 French Club 2 NYSSMA 3 4 Operetta 3 4 HORTON DOUGLAS Soccerl 2 3 4 Basket ball IV 1 2 Varslty 3 4 Baseball JV 1 Varslty 3 Track 2 Leaders Club 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 4 lVI1xed Chorus 3 4 Clee Club 3 4 IRWIN LYLE-Projectlonlst Club 1 2 3 4 JUDSON ROBERT Honor Soclety 3 4 Student Counc1l3 4 Class Treasurer 2 3 4 Yearbook Sports Edltor Glee Club 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Soccer 1 Basketball .IV 1 Varsrty 2 3 4 Baseball ,IV 1 2 Varslty 3 4 INGHAM MILLICENT Cheerleader ,IV 1 2 Varslty 3 4 Qu1ll2 3 Leaders Club 1 2 3 4 Varslty Club 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Class Secretary 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 Student Counc1l4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Trafflc Club 3 Captam 4 Operetta 3 JOHNSON BARBARA Mlxed Chorus 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Llbrary Clubl SLT 3 Span1sh Club 2 Operetta 3 Q I 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 I . 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' 7 7 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Z - SHORE DEANNA Leaders Club 4 Glee Club KAHL WINTER JOY Clee Club I 2 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 4 Llbrarx Club I Operetta 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Intramurals I Yearbook Art Edltor KANTER LILIAR Glee Club 1 2 3 4 M1X6d Chorus 2 3 Operetta 3 Intramurals I KELLY JAMES 'Vlvced Chorus 1 Band 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Projectlonlstl 2 3 4 KROIVI CARL Projectlomstl 2 KROWI GEORGE Soccer I 2 LEVINE PHYLLIS Student Councll 1 3 L1 brary Club 2 Glee Club I SLT 2 3 LEVINE STEPHEN Track 2 Soccer 4 Intra m rals 1 2 3 4 LEWIS FRAINK Baseball IV1 2 LONSTFIN CARY PTOJCCIIOIIISI I Student Councll I ulll 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 Trafflc Club 4 LUIS ANTHOINY Leaders Club 4 Baseball JV 2 VHTSIIQ 3 Soccer 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Mlvced MELLO ANTONIO Chorus 3 4 IVIANTONE ARTHLR Projectlonlsts I 3 MARCLS SANDRA Glee Club 1 2 Tw1rlers MANCE EDWARD MCCLAY ROBERT ball JV 2 Varslty 3 nI23 Leaders Club 2 3 4 Base Soccer 2 3 4 Yearbook Buslness Ed1tor Trafflc Club 1 2 Soccer 3 4 Baseball 2 3 SLT 3 Student Councll 2 3 Basketball 3 4 Clee Club 3 Intramurals 1 2 lVI1xed Chorus 3 4 Operetta 3 NYSSlVIA 4 NIXON DAVID Soccerl 2 3 4 Basketball JV I 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Leaders Club 1 2 3 OAKLEY .IANE Glee Club 1 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 PHILLIPS BARBARA Glee Club 4 RASNICK, MICHAEL-Projectlomst 1, 2, 3, 4, MlX6d Chorus 1 RAZINSKY EDWARD Student Councll 2 3 4 Yearbook Assoclate Edltor Class Vlce Presldent ll12 ROBERTS LEE Basketball JV I Var tts 2 3 4 Baseball ,IV 1 Varslty 2 3 4 Soccer 1 4 Leaders Club 1 2 3 4 Class V1ce Presldent 3 RLDD SHEILA Leaders Club 3 4 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Varslty Club 2 Treasurer 3 4 Student COUIILII I 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 Cheerleader ,IV I 2 Clptaln 5 Class Trea urer I Pre ltlCIlt 3 4 Yearbook Llterary Edltor Honor Soclety 3 4 SLT 2 French Club 2 3 SHAFFER RITA Intramurals 2 3 4 Varslty u 4 SLT I 2 3 Clee Clu I 2 VIN Chorus 2 Qulll 4 SHELEY WAYNE Band I 2 3 4 IVIIXBKI Chorus I 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Student dent I 2 Glee Club 3 Basketball JV 1 2 Varslty 3 4 Ba eball JV 1 2 VHTSIIY 3 NYSSIVIA 4 Operetta 3 1 SLT3 SLLTSKY LILLIAN Clee Club I 2 Spanlsh Club 2 SLT 1 2 Varslty Club 2 3 4 Cheer le der IV I 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 Servlce Board4 SPALIARICH CERALDINE Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Leaders Club4 Varslty Club 3 Clee Club 1 3 STEINHOFF SYLVIA Varslty Club 2 3 Intra murals 1 2 u1ll 2 3 Glee Club I 2 Traff1c Club 3 Thesplans 3 4 SLT I 2 3 SDRDAKOWSKI WILLIAM Basketball JV 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 WILHELM IRENE Glee Club WINSTEN DENNIS Soccer 2 3 4 Leaders Club 4 Track 1 2 Captaln 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 French Club 2 3 YONKER, ANDREW Projectlomst Club 2, , Mlxed Chorus 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3 ' 1 1 1 1 1 2 9 : 1 3 Z 1 Q 3 s , , g , 4, Qu: , , 3. T Q , , - , s 1' , t. 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . 7 7 7 7 7 7 27 37 1 ' I ' . 7 . ' ' 7 7 7 7 7 ' , tl - 9 , 9 - , l . - - - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' . - . f- 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 . 1 1 I 7 7 7 7 A 7 7 I , - C , . I . . I . , 1 , . K . , A . r .s . ,s . . . S 1 1 . , 1 , . l . , . 1 1 1 ' ' Z 1 , I . ' 1 1 1 M . Cl b 1 . , , tg b , ' 3 I .ed 1 W ' 7 ' u 7 7 7 ' , 7 7 7 7 7 ' ' 7 7' 7 ' n n 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 - . . . Councll I, 2. V106 Presldent 3, 43 Class Vlce Presl- l . . . 1 1 L Q , . n Q . 1 ' . , : g , , L 7 7 7 7 7 7 1 . l 7 7 S 7 7 7 7 1 1 . 7 7 n . 7 , . . . . T : 7 '7 7 7 7 7 7 A ' ' , . 1 ' 1 7 . I --W . ' , 7 7 7 7 . 1 1 7 1 1 1 ' 7 7 7 , . ' 3 4 a 7 7 7 7 7 , . , -Ba d , , L. 4. 7 7 7 7 T u q 7 Q I n 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 7 7 7 7 ' - - s 1 1 7 ' 1 L 7 . ' . . ' . I 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 , 4 . 7 7 7 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 5 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 7 7 A ' 7 7 ' 7 7 7 7 7 n 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' , L . 7 7 7 7 l , 7 7 7 7 7 ' . 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 A 7 ' Seann 7041! We the Senior Class of 1956 being of unsound mind and body declarlng thls to be our last Will and Testament do hereby make the following beque ts Mr Grllen IS lonely now that Bob Brown Tony Luis and Bob Rich have gone on to bigger and better things Don and Deanna leave well on their way to the Black Shore Bert Judson leaves his treasury books to anyone who thinks he can balance them Sherwood Davls leaves as quietly as he came 1n Bob Ferraro and John Robbins go dripping a trail of oil and mangled parts Frank Gallo wllls his blue jeans to Paul Strudler Doug Horton leaves his behind the back pass to 'Vlvron Feinberg Lyle Irwin Wlll give his smile to John Hirsch Dont use lt all on one teacher John Jimmy Kelly donates his eye CXBTCISCS to people try mg to decipher 'VI1ke Grlnsberg s Hieroglyphlcs George Legg bequeaths his physique to Eddie Graham Steye Levine goes leading the congo llne out of ECS James McKenzie relmqulshes his back homework to Miss Besdesky Carr Geraldine Spaliarich and Rosalie Karmollnski bequeath their monikers to anyone who thinks he can handle them Lucille Grad leaves to continue her study of Art Jane Oakley goes still trylng to prove she IS related to Annie Marlene D1ItCHh61H1Cf and Jayne Hartley leave with big plans for the future Sylyla Weinsoff fades out singing the ever popular Loxe and Marriage Sheila Rudd leaves havlng had the distinction of being the only girl 1n her trlg class Doris Anderson and Mlke Rasmck go each insisting their car 15 tops Wayne Lawrence and Harold Rudnlck vacate to form talkers anonymous Dennis the Menace Wlnsten and Wild Bill Surdakowski LEAVE' Yvette Botwlnlck would like to leave her Student Council minutes but she left them ln her locker Judy Furman will leave Joy KahlW1nte1 her Fur for Joys Wlnter Roberta Bradford and Jeanette Cline leave muttering silence IS golden sllence is golden In witness thereof we hereunto set our hands and eal this twenty fifth day of June 1956 THE SENIOR CLASS I 7 . 7 . . 7 . . . 7 . S 2 ' 9 ' CC ' x 97 V ' v ..... . , . - y . Y . 3 . . i Phyllis Levine goes "Kantoring', off with Lillian while Malcolm follows with his Y V. . g. . H 7 . .,, Y ' 66 77 7 7 ' 7 ' I ' CC 79 7 GG ' 77 . . 4, . . . . 9 77 Y' , S 7 ' . Karl Blenwald IS now manufacturlng stay down halr tomc Edward Brown just accepted a job w1th Robert Hall because of thelr low overhead Martln Buchholtz IS now worklng on the more or less theory .lim has just rmented the new Fahy sllde rule The Pan Amerlcan Road Race has just been won by the unbeatable team of Ed Mance and George Krom Eddle Budd IS bloommg at last Tony Mello just announced that Dave NIXOH IS stlll tralnlng for the Golden Cloves Lee Roberts 15 tourmg the country wlth the Sprlngfreld GYIHIIZISUC team Catherme IS slunlng her Behme on Rltas new Shaffer pen Elarne IS employed at the Smlth soman lnstltute wlth Barbara produclng a better Johnson s product After twenty years of loyal SCIVICC to the telephone company Ann Dretsch has been awarded a medal for her loyalty Andrew Yonker has flnally gotten the hlghway commlssloner Bob Dougher to bulld a speedway between Ulster Hexghts and Woodbourne Wayne Sheley has been accepted by the Crew Cuts Frank LEWIS has just opened hls own Shell Statlon across the street from Sandra Marcus Amoco Statlon Bob McClay has been promoted to head man of the back room of the A8113 wrth Carl Krom as h1S asslstant Bobby Vasquez has been promoted to temporary lrfe guard at the Fallsvlew y thelr Athletlc Dept head Sylvla Stelnhoff Eddle Razmsky has stopped selllng ham and started dlshlng rt out to broadway audlences who love hlm Bob Trmms IS stlll trylng to fmd out how to juggle the flgures on physlcs experx ments Mlllle Ingham has become a recept1on1st at Carnegle Hall At long last Pat Martln has collected the last 50c for the Senlor Square Dance Barbara Phlllrps has recently taken over drawlng Dlck Tracy L1ll1an Stutsky IS Alabamy Bound Irene Wllhelm has successfully comblned chewlng gum and talkrng at the same tlme Dave Waxman has just been named the man of the year? Judy Elman and Margaret Wynkoop are lssumg baby srttmg permlts for glrls who don t work m the telephone company Cary Lonstem has just had hrs flrst book publlshed How To Talk ln Crrcles or the Prohx Man ' ' ' cc Y 77 - - ' ' ' ' 68 77 ' 7 Li 77 . . 44 . . . ,, . . ' c 7 7 a a CL 77 , . . , . , . . . . . . tt - - as 9 cc - as Swim MOST COOPERATIVE Tony and Jayne Qfeadlckew P i . T X MOST DRAMATIC Ed and Lucy 31. T , . 1 is ,Li ,-L' A K 1 2 ' .vigi-1 . 3.1, A a 3' 52 a ' . 7 ' 1:'5"f- -of . . E K . 5,37 5:gi,,,M A . , 55, W ,Aw-, T S N, gw,-f.:-, A N 'wliigg ,a . MOST ATTRACTIVE NICEST PERSONALITY Doug and Rita Dave and Sheila - wwf' 1, MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Senior Class .,f gun- 1 Beginning xsilli u succcfsful 1-ulw sale. tlxc Juninrf started the 1055-1936 school year with a good start. This was follmscfl lax' the sale of lmlue and Hold Shakers for . C the purpose of aclfling spirit to the basketball games. Big plans are being: nianle for an ice-skating party. a Junior-Senior game and the Prfnn. Q J' The Sophomore Class is well represented in all school organizations. Activities planned for the coming year include a square dance, a Chinese auction, the dedication of a plaque and the Freshman-Sophomore game. President ,.,,,,7,,,, ,, Susan Levitas Vice President ,,,i,ii ..i,i,,i, L arry Gray Secretary 7 ,,77,,, Aiii,i, S andra Rosato Treamsurer ...,. ,,7.. B everly Distel fun, The Class of '59 entered high school with many plans for making this a banner year. They are husy participat- ing in class. school and extracurricular activities. Ex- citing plans for the year include a cake sale, a dance and a Freshman-Sophomore hasketliall game. 4s upright as the cedar HEX RY LONGFELLOW Advzsor Edztor zn Chief Assoczate Edztor Feature Edztor Busmess Manager Sports Edztors Photography Editor Art Editors t,,.....,,, -Wd!! MRS BELLE WARSOFF LUCILLE GRAD EDWARD RAZINISKY SHEILA RUDD TONY MELLO MARLENE DITTENHEIMER ROBERT JUDSON MARTIN BUCHHOLTZ JOY KAHL-WINTER FREDERICK HORNBECK Mil' 5, l I ,"y. I, F ., Q ef 2 Y 2 Q5 L ,,f,3t ,, I N hte, I ff? 4 K " 322954 H-132 vt, X55 1. lf v -- 5,2 Ssggw 4 .., WMMWEMMMQMBMEgwmmmwmmmmmmwmmw Vw W A f 1, -1 w by in .,, fb-, ,,-,. s 4 if E 5 if A iQ i3 g ll!lEHlQi Bl!Jg3 ,w Tfffffffff gd 4 A ,W 5 -AAV f if Q if +1 me li 5' i ,N 3 .5 i K k if .1 , , . ffffff P. 2 Q QEQ, E +1 af if fx af +1 g eg ' f af ak fx -nf if f Q Q yu l ,K ff f ff f Q gs? wg EQQ Q 3 QMWRSMA gff 5 YI ,V k W - 7 ,ny ' 3 up 'A fi T J- I . Q g mx Q Jj"1x fi-3iYi, CQ 14-ff ,,g 5 Q Q ' fx M' kf':f1'g.3'w1lf gfrff W ' " ' 1 " - . - - ., g , NW 1' ,xt 1 "".iw Sig ? s if Q jgle j X 7 W . a J'Qp7v I Vw' Q H Q ' is ,. L, X X t A 3, ff J! 3245 Y Q A A ' I" M'3lA'!4 f. Z ' l 4 Jig "ex x. 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Tall oaks from little acorns growf' DAVID EYFNF'l"l .fa Wwwezqdfal .4dl'l'S0f , H Miss Evelyn Hawksley Secretary .,,,,,,,,,,A 7,,,, D oris Anderson President , ,,,,, Marlene Diitenheimer Treasurer 7,,.. ,,,,,7 S heila Rudd l 'ice l'rvsi1len 1Ff1 3 P fl , Fi! gr-V3 1 , ffs Sy I Katlmle l .1 ll lui!" b l ., L N 3 fi Qs 'K 14.14. gaafwl .41I7l'I'S0f Mr. Alfred W. Roberts Prrfsident Cele Berman R ' ' 1 ' glee! Advisor , ,, ,,7,,, ,,.,,, K 'Iiss Evelyn Hawksley JY, Q' mmf! wwfxw gage L' Adzzsor Mr Alfred W Robert Presulent ,Y,A.,7,.,.., ,,w77,,7v7,,, , Frank Gallo Vice President .,.... , 7 .....,..,.A,.... 7 . ... Lee Roberts W fe A 6 A n Q I Q Ja I X L , ,Q-'www , . M l .- .WW - W my W Y25'?ff"L-Z" A 'F ' ' 'Hi , ,, ' K gn , 1 'Z' 'WPA 'p 2 pl 2 Y s 3 ff, Q? W. A ff .x ,f , mf 'aw ,www wk R ' y MM. mgiofx, if , .1 .A 06605 First row: NI. Rogan. J. Passinorr-. I.. Cray. D. Cray. 5. Paint:-r. Nl. Uuliinvr. IJ. lin-ll. N1 Wviiliums. Sf-wind rnw: F. ixI21l't'llt'4Q'. IJ. Nixon. E. Hrmsn. l.. Hnlwrts. Co-Captains R. Yi-rkc aml F. Gallo. IJ. Horton. A. Luia U. Winslvn. WV. Ki-lly. 'lihircl row: Xlanagvr E. llrahum. :X I.irtlf-. 5. 1.1-xinv. A. llilye-u, H. Wurrvn. li. Niclilay. J. YQ-ug:-r. P. Arnie-rsnn. Manage-r .L Nl.-llu B. Daxix. Cf. Niurl. K. Ivlvrf. lf. limhi. W. Triilnlmali. NI. lirunivr. Xlanagvr XI. Kuwffky. 30 ,., J if , rr.. 5,4 . ,,x. . 1, A3 First row: J. Krisloff. E. Knight, I.. Rolwrls. Captain K. Dist:-1. U. Hnrtun, ,-X. Luis. D. Nixon. Sr-mnml row: R. Tinnns. C. Kushner. R. Fvrraro. R. Gorman. R. Judson. F. Marchesv. P. An- derson. I". Lewis. Third row: lluavh Rulu-rts. A. Lonftvin. J. Rm-cl. Manager A. Blvllu, R. Brown, W. Lawrence. Manager E. Graham. J. S4'i'l01lIllIlLlkQ'I". ffuacii Kulivrts. Fourth row: P. Pmlamfkwe-ll. Y. NI:--Nina. I". Ray. J. fiiilllllltiy I ,bafwtg HIGH SCHUUL 300362 Left to right: M. Newell, P. Strudler, R. Anderson, K. Rogan, W. Jones, J. Morrow, L. Klein man, Coach M. Kaufman, M. Tannenbaum. SPORTS SUMMARY The Ellenville Soccer team, perennial champions, won the DUSO League honor again this year. Spurred on by Co-Captains. Frank Gallo and Richard Yerkes, also record scoring of Lee Roberts, the Devils went undefeated in League competition, racking up 32 goals in the process. Much of the credit for this championship team must go to our coach, Mr. Roberts. Although losing three of last yearis starting five, Ellenville will be a tough team this year with fine replacements coming up from ,I.V. The team, in the midst of a strong league and led by six returning lettermen, is sure of doing well in the com- ing season. A great deal of credit is due to our fine coaches, Mr. Walsh and Mr. Ellison. During the '55 baseball season, our team, ably led by Mr. Roberts, chalked up another league triumph while losing only one game in ten. Led by captain Kenneth Distel, the team rolled over its opponents. The girls enjoyed a well rounded intramural program consisting of field hockey, basketball, volleyball, tennis and softball. The girls also made a fine showing in interscholastic basketball and softball. TN E' O yfi' ll ' wk V -' 6' f- I , Af l my 5 W it ' ' 'ff ' at bw fy ' f 6 - 'Q-W WJW 5 ,,, .xx ., ,, , 3 . .SQ--i-no S '4,. 1' 5 6 9 -J-a....,- J.. x 1 ?h fd R R 551101-1 Q. s ' uw I lg. ' , 1 duakhcag COUNTRY CLUB MR AND MRS. JOSEPH SLUTSKY AND FAMILY NEVELE CHANNEL MASTER nv" L G BALFOUR Attleboro, Mass. CONSTRUCTION COMPANY O SHANAHAN e ts MAR MES HOME NATIONAL BANK H ROSENSTOCK AND SONS INC t the CI ss f 56 ' I Best Wishes o a 0 I ULSTER KNIFE CO INC ANDERSON SHELEY S CHEVROLET ESSO SALES SERVICE STATION fi, I Congratulations V 'S .L 9 v" l I 5 'I 111' ELLENVILLE ELECTRIC CO SEABORN S PAINT F 81 B AND AUTO SALES WALLPAPER SUPPLIES NX f 3 's , I 0 3 X I X L . 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