Emerson Vocational High School - Emersonian Yearbook (Buffalo, NY)

 - Class of 1968

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Y 1 . ,, uw, A, i 74a S STAFF Jerry Wojdyla Editor john Lee ' Associate Editor Gordon Lewis Illustrations Walter Cyrankowski Illustrations Wayne G. Hopkins Activities Editor Faculty Moderator William R. Parsons '4How many boys have these figures seen pass in and out, to happiness and success, to service of their country, to sending their boys to Emerson in the next generation." ' ,am may '4They builded better than they kn CWD 'fi 'bl .1 JT .El 1 I 'T Qi . 1 B. 4 1 . - i ..,.Y- P' . Tc??Z!!'!!1i' '.' I I What was so special about 1968? For Emersonians, it was another year, but for the graduating class of'68 it was a very special year, the year in which they left the relatively sheltered atmosphere of school and entered the world of adults. Many were to find that the problems ofjob-hunting were effectively settled for them by their draft board. Others, going through a change of attitude, were accepted for further schooling by technical institutes and colleges. Sometimes during the year, most of the seniors visited the guidance counseloris office and filled out a form - their eighteenth birthday had arrived and to comply with the Selective Service law they registered for The Services, just as so many of their predecessors had done. Over the years, Emersonians have distin- guished themselves, their families, their community and their school in many ways. Conspicuously, the call to serve their country has never gone unanswered. It is to our graduates - past - present and future - that we dedicate this book. The,past has shown us the way, the present is following their example, hopefully future graduates will continue to follow in their foot- steps. Like many of his classmates, Hopkins signs - one hundred eighty-six Emersonians from the last two classes are already serving. 2 C ff i , gg - 1- , QF L, -' 2' JN 'Q -V .ff . . -' V' ' '-, H , , - x 1 ' . - -.' , .M .1 " , - w- , M 3 " L ", M' 1- fam'w1?mfa35,-Mx,-.. 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MJ. 1' 'L 5 Q ii .w ...V W, 3 Ev--: X MR. ROBERT FRITZINGER Assistant Principal lW'r N -4? A "'?LfT.,Z-1?- Q.. -,.,,-- MR. ROBERT E. MAY, Principal H 4 I 9 MR- DANIEL GEARY MR, EDWARD LAZARRO GLlid21HCC Counselor Guidance Cgungelor -Ck fg' f 111 MR, ALEXANDER S. OLSON MR. ADOLPH HRUBY MR. FRANCIS STEPHAN Drawing Drafting Drawing MR. JOSEPH ALMENDINGER MR. PETER RIESTER Drawing English . . E? :ln 1 ' Lil MR. OAKLEY IRWIN MR. WILLIAM PARSONS MR. KENNETH RUOF English English English ' e arf-5 MR. WILLIAM H. WHITE Social Studies MR. ANTHONY LEONE Science li 'Pi -ffm' li ,- -Jxr 'US-ni if MR. JAMES KOTERAS MR. DANIEL RYDZYNSKI Social Studies Social Studies MR. SALVATORE SEDITA Mathematics MR. RAYMOND J. MURPHY MR. SALVATORE H. CURTO MR. GARY WITMAN Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics qifiiiv MR. ANGELO E. PEFANIS MR. JAMES WEIMER MR. VICTOR GAPINSKI Quantity Foods Quantity Foods Baking MR. FRANK P. KRUPSKI MR. JOHN BUTLER Weldin Machine Shop Practice . ,,, ... ...,, .1221 si M az.- gmgsigi Efiaipgp 17 MR. ROBERT PARMENTIER MR. JOHN PAZDER MR. HERBERT ALLES Machine Shop Practice Machine Shop Practice Machine Shop Practicex if H 1 1 - 31W MR. ROBERT COOKE Occupational Education ff-.S MR. LEONARD KURKE Occupational Education MR. HOWARD ANDRES MR. JAMES J. PARKES Upholstering Painting MR. THOMAS J. REDDINGTON Occupational Education MR. LEROY MARRIOTT Woodworking ..i - .-.ff .,:-.iq 7-1 it Q .Q ,N 3-Tv. .V ---. ,.-..-Y Y , -. . . f 1 .A4, 3 . fr, I 'K I " Tv.-11. ," 1,4 1.2i'uas3-rf. MR. WILLIAM FRITZINGER Woodworking MR. HENRY JAKUBOWICZ Woodworking MRS. PEGGY MCROBBIE, R.N. MRS. CLARA FREED School Nurse Office MR. DONALD SZEN MR. WAYNE WARDOUR Physical Education Physical Education lain '.. . I .-as-""' MR. MAX HERMAN MR. EDWARD KUZNEAR Music General Subjects Around Emerson - Seniors will remember in later years RMS IA HDINCK .4 ks... I, l f 53? President - Thomas Bakowski, Vice President - Robert Brudecki, Secretary - Gordon Lewis Seachfa Gffcktew - of 7 ?6X Treasurer - james Mistal, Marshalls - Daniel Proctor, Calvin Gaines 7 3 faux" Jameelon A11 Arthur Beaudoin I 1 wi' ,f-7' ,Al ' y r r Bruce Andrews james Bialasik Henry Bartkowiak Larry Boyd Henry A. Boyd Joel L. Brennan Joseph Brown Jr. dv" Hb" Roger Brozyna YW , , M F 9 Henry A. Budny ' l I E -A 3- if 1 J Frand P.oha1upka ' "' fer .f ,3 y fbi E , L ' y ' B ' iii gm .K Charles Champion l. ll' Stanley Curry Antonio Garner Lance L. Ehrhardt Phillip Funderburg Anthony George ffm? 6 Vmcent F. Gembolys Robert S. Golombek Peter L. Goodwm Thomas K. Grader Kenneth G. Gray Gerald Gulczewski N--1 Richard Gulczewski Louis R. Jablonski av' ,N ...wsu X David F. Graybowski John Johnson W , ,... ,,.,,,,,,-Y-,, .S ... ,,, Wayne G. Hopkins Louis O. Johnson fi u HQHPEH Charles E. Lewis Robert L. Llvlngston Rlchard Lukonaltls Joseph Mangano Dave H. Marks Henry Marzuchowski George E. Mason Michael A. Morris John Okon Stanley W. Murawski Mark A. Nusall ooo Larry E. Olejniczak ,..J' f. Jerry P. Owczarzak Harold E. Parrett John L. Pawh Kenneth Petko Paul Prlester Paul Piotrowski Larry D. Piper John B. Ress r .G w 1 1 1 YL? David Radwan Paul A. Riccio Hazel Reed Robert Rivers "' H u,..v 'f Aigg' Marvin C. Rucker Kenneth C. Ryszkiewicz Mlchael J. Scherger David B. Schuder Arthur Schultz ir-4? ! f. I A' Robert Schwab Philip M. siska Wayne P. Sorrentino George M. Stempniak Robert H. Stachura James R. Stefaniak Dana. J. Stevens -ef- -r"'j" James R. Stewart Robert B. Stullck ri, -' as W ,,, i .. ll .5 Y. U7 TN "2 1 it David Szymkowiak RQ, 1 is-f Ronald D. Tutterman ,,.-P' Kenneth Walla Norbert Welninski Q."'?ll ..,.L.aiv1"' Wilfred M. Williams Nab ,WNJ H Gerald Wojdyla Thomas S. Zurek X ,- , IU., wx W" ,,'lQ.fwvv-'Xl Hwll vw lm' "M uv' la x w ' ln ,. " Eugene E. Wronski :' , --' MV.: Nu I V v"" llll wx M.. v., , , - , H .. U-H, Gerald L. Woods Steven Zwolinkiewicz H -n yn - HU L ll' '. 'tl I.- ale f4'tJu7!4!4 Henry P. Bartkowlak Jesse Bradshaw Davld Beckett Venus Clendenmg Donald L. Dake Joel N. Garrison Michael J. George William G. Glover John A. Kladke David L. Harp james Henderson David L. Krzemien RLG Paul G. Kujawa Daniel Malkiewicz The Senior Class is now the graduated class - 1968 has become one with history. The Emerson manjoins his fellows in the serv- ice, the factory, the office. Behind him he leaves a heritage of acquired craftsmanship and pride in his work. Will his successors be able to say as much? H N N A32 Y i 4 I0 fl ag MW nf ik? 4 M 'i 4 YJ' f f Q 4 'go ioooo tl u XX 3 M., :J N u 1 WX 9' V , 4 .,.., sa an W 4 x -0 Q 1 F, 9 X1 30 'R N11 . Q W . f--V-..,,., "-V---...,,, .- Y, ..,.,, T... ,AJ , lr -- .-...,, ' -Ll f.- HA- JT: ' Q" " " - Q . . Qfili' j n F , L .ff gi ui ' L . 7 ?:"' Q W' -'z 'x ,' " ,F W... ."' 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WTO the uninitiated, working with wood can appear to be simply the production of endless quantities of sawdust. 77 Left - David Glover does it with a piece of sand- paper and elbow grease, while Markay Wilson uses an orbital sander .l J F Below - Donald Crum uses the old hand sand method to finish a chair. Right - As John Jerman, Mr. john Harhota, Michael Truscott and james Amigone watch, Leon Mitchell has QQ fingers in the way of the slleer. Salad is on the menu, as it is almost every day. "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach." Prac- tically unique in the Eastern United States, Emerson's Quantity Foods Preparation course enjoys a vast popularity with both students and faculty alike. Coupled with the Baking and Cake Decorating course, Ernersonians are undoubtedly the best fed students in the state. 0 ?oad4 Left - Leon Mitchell endangers a finger as he points out the carving line tojohn jerman. 5 f X Ron Pawlikowski checks the shaper. SW Machine Shop Practice has always been one of the most favored courses at Em- erson - Not only for the training itself, but as a necessary prerequisite to weld- ing and tool design. "The mark of intelligence in Man is most clearly shown in the use of a tool to make a tool." i 3 C Gusek gets the vertical mill ready. 50 Scenes of concentration the Welding Shop. The cutting torch is very handy - ifyour can open- er doesn't work - for ex- ample, or you forget the combination to the safe - 70 Of course, john Pauli is horsing around in the background. See - when you practiced with blocks in kindergarten they told you it would be useful some day. Work in the Paint Shop is never seasonal - Christ- mas signs pop up any- where from September to June, and the work goes Ofl. . I O Furniture refinishing is an integral part of the course - Anthony Emehiser, at front left, uses the old stand-by, sandpaper, while Dan Proctor readies the brush and the stain. Alex Kostschuk, Henry Budny and Victor Kow- alenko push the brushes and make the signs The spray booth in the back of the picture has a water curtain for carry- ing the extra paint away. 5I f'-5+ 1' l 2 Mr. Kurkels Shop - Reigning where Mr. Zimmer held sway, the boys in shop 114 are learn- ing wood shop hand tools and basic crafts. Left - Mr. Kurke helps Renee Ro- drigues pick out just the right piece of wood. Below - Philip Arloyya watches Edward Polowy and John Heckel assemble and dissemble simultaneously a shop project ,Z " ' -,339 f , J - -d-- -- l Q x X. 1 g XX af S' E We take for granted many ser- vices that keep the school run- ning - maybe not running smoothly, but at least it's in motion. Left - Mrs. Freed and Mrs. Ketry fwho has since left usj work on the long, tedi- ous but necessary job of setting up the locator file. QThey were really smiling - it was paydayj Students try to avoid being seen in or near the office - after all, when they donlt know your name, they can lt blame you for anything. Older students tell the incoming freshmen, "Stay out of sight, find a place to hid but don't take mine." This fortunate lady is Mrs. Botts. The friendly voice that calls your home when you took the day off to go hunting belongs to her. Our custodial engineer, Mr. Shannon Qlike in f'Where the River Shannon's Flowingnj spends a hard day at 'his desk. i . ri, I A, . vt . i. -vm 4 V , 1 .A an i J l - Lv ir . Lihr EV EE: ,. wg ," V1.. f I 9 5 ,- , T 1 Above - The kibitzers watch. Stanley Kanfold works while the laughing crew keeps him company, Right - More sawdust wyth a power sander. Below - James Stewart mass produces thumb tacks - or at least that's what came out. . lm ll 'v ls, 3 .-,.f-n-l"" Oly h 1 ld " f -l 2:2-4:5 4 'XX if AX 4 Cl, M ,W C 5 . Q ACTIVITIES The Student Council - representative of the student body, each year the various shops elect boys to the council. The Council itself sponsors many school activities and sets standards of dress and courtesy for the rest of the student body. 1968 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Marvin Rucker, President, Thomas Stewart, Vice President and Carl Maluszka, Secretary Z 0 44 ce 4 as e c at 6 L' Z n,,l.,,,..w.,.,.-v-,,,,-Ax ,,m-,Www ,. .. .w.asua4.u:u1v1Lir'1-r' ' -"' -'. .ts ,, " CAFETERIA MONITORS All right, jackg pick up that milk carton or I'll have Williams snarl at you Guidance Monitors Lwe dOI17t know what they do, eitherj This is Mr. Herman and his merry musicians - Taking it from the top we have Richard Cutway, Keith King, Ray Rodgers, Bruce Koemer, Antonio Garner, Richard Piniewski, Brian Madder, Carlton Moher, James Adams, Art Walker, Mark Nusall, james Wick, Walter Gates, Robert Mier, Carl Nowak, John Drehs, Charles Mesi, Chris Chisim, Thomas Stewart, Greg Treadwell, and Ron Carey. The Emerson Choral Society posed for the picture below. We have not heard them lately, but Mr. Her- man assures us they will be a force for culture at our school. Starting at the flag we have: Tony Pladdas, Richard Cutway, Carleton Moher, Bruce Hoemer, Richard Piniewski, Chris Chisimhlohn Pugh, Walter Gates, Antonio Garner, Ray Rodgers, Robert Davis, Ernest O'Neil, Ted Kubiak, Greg Treadwell, Keith King and john Oliver. Putting the yearbook together is the unthanked task of both students and faculty - 1 Making sure the names are spelled correctlyg thinking up a good excuse for the lack of ath- letic coveragcg most important, meeting the deadline! Jim Pawlak buys a patron to the Emersonian smilingly as Dan Proctor, Year- book Business Editor, bends his arm. Qabovej l I l A john Lee types up the copy for the dummy as the deadline approaches. fabovej "Nothing personal, of course, sir, but buying a page in the yearbook almost guarantees none of our students will visit your store at any time." frightj Mr. Beckett and the Rifle Club - Mr. Beckett was asked if any of the members of the club ever llunked his class. 4'Are you nuts?" was his ap propriate reply. Below is Mr. Batdorfs best turnout forthe Chess Club. Rumor has it that he promised to play a simulta- neous match with all eomers and the prospect of his losing thirteen to one was too good to Miss. From left to right - Ernest O'Neil, Peter Goodwinl Keith King, john Pugh, Ted Kubiak, Carl Maluszka, Henry Marzuchowski, James Sikora, Marvin Rucker, Gregory Treadwell, William Shelp. It was such a great day when we took the group pictures for the Emersonian that we decid- ed not to crop any part of at least one picture that showed what kind of weather we have here in Buffalo, Qat least once a year.j This picture was taken November 11, 1967 and the trees hadnit lost their leaves by then. Oh yes. This is a picture of the Stage Crew. From right to left there's Harry Blaskiewicz, Paul Riccio and August Land The office monitors have the softest touch in the whole school. So far, the only fights we've had this year is over who will be office monitor. CML Parsons won't allow fights un- less he gets two weeks to sell ticketsj. From left to right: Top - Gary Jones, Lawrence Pierce, Gerald Perkins, John Boden, Robert Livingstonl Dennis jef- fordsg Lower - Bruce Andrews, David Harpl Thomas Pierug, Paul Riccio. The change to partial exploratory shop fouled us up this year - Mr. Alles is blessed GQ with not two but three shops and we omitted to plan one section into the regular place in the book. Here it is - 1et's all hear it for MR. ALLES' P.M. SHOP! From the top - Arthur Bednarek, Robert Strader, William Kanski, james Dziadasek, Ronald Shaw,joseph Skurzewski, Robert Kramer, James Sanders, Eugene Koltoniaks,-john Branda, Thomas Matusek, Darrel Miller, Darryl Kluczynskig Bottom Row - Albert Daniszewski, James Wick, Frederick Paulini, Lawrence Kutas, Edward Lewis, Thomas Terpin, Carl Hosmer, Jan Szablicki, Donald Pietrzak, Marcus Tatko 52 v rl I, Although fond memories can be brought back by almost any little thing, Emersonians will best remember, we think the great times running for the milk line at second lunch, or the quiet satisfaction of escaping from jug - When this book goes to press, the schedule for June exams will be posted, plans for graduation will have been made, When you read this, perhaps that too, will be a memory. CDU'-'UZDPO 'UOEU1 l Above - the upholsterers try to run the sewing machines. Right - the late-comers try to act like they're all just waiting fora friend who's late, never them. JUST ANY PLACE AROUND THE SCHOOL CANDIDS .C .L 1 -1 9.55 -4. U AY 0 '-2 W 1 lf. all 'I ll l c all sweat it out in our own way - above, the scoring table watches the clock, the game and the score book, all at the same time. Below: Mr. Szen and the benchwarmers, as we trail by Eve fWe won this onej W1 -r 'il 5 , '.-fga x -.5 - X - -' ' ,'1.4"' .,,Q,,, K... , .. I ---,anif",.--- ,,f -. - . "" -F"I'xQ - .ww "gh" ,,,"I'." ' ' H W :v9'a'f" 1' -: -' M- .Y ' . .. ps Q -. ' 5 - .3115 - - . xi- -N 1 ' Q ai.-3 f ".--4 - " 151 ",.-":9'929'531 ' . - - A- 'w ,-W , gilt-" ' , -15.21 , ff? .15 -,. IQ - ix "":p-24? 'ff--' - ' ' - -rf Q1- . 1. 'f ' - .H - -- ' ' '-'if'?51 J .. , f 5,2 . , , . FYR, Q, ... , . pg: M' X ,""'. Q4 , -x A. ,rv - fi:-' f .- ,' 'QE ...Q x .K rfl'-.hir ..'J'z 7 1 wh.,l! M li! G' 1 There's nothing like a little directive guidance to straighten a boy out. Mr. Lazzaro holds while Mr. Geary aims: Curtis is in the middle. just to prove that a sympathetic ear is always ready to listen, Mr. Geary and Mr. Lazzaro posed for this picture. Language Arts has changed over the years: Mr. Parsons' eighth peri- od is working on intra-group rela- tions with the help of audio-visual teaching aids. i i, i l Oh what is so rare as a day in june?" Answer: seeing Mr. Fritzinger laugh. .i W'hat's being said in the picture above? il: When you were a kid and a friend you'd known for years moved out of the neighbor- hood, you never knew exactly what to say when you said goodbye. A good friend of every Emersonian is leaving school at the end of this School year. Mr. Howard Andres, Upholstery shop instructor, is retiring after twenty-six years here. All we can think to say is, "Enjoy yourself- take it easy - come back to see us often." '4How can you sew without a needle in the machine?" -l f1:I',-"'?- -we-' Q the deer season." "The idea is to cut it straight and not waste the materiall' VTP: an Mr. Andres isn't in today - it must be the first day of -Iameelun Ali 257 East Delavan SLAM!! 885-7721 Bruce Andrews 127 Welmar CCAndy77 TA3-3 742 Thomas Bakowski 115 Strauss CCTOIH37 TL4-1733 Harold Barnes 30 Johnson "Bad News" 852-3740 Arthur Beaudoin 37 Sweeney CCArt33 894- 1547 David Bekcett 72 Walden "Dave', TX3-0627 James Bialasik Roger Brozyna 1001 Smith '4Ramjet" 854-5923 Henry Budny 25 Ruhland "Hank" 893-7102 Salvatore Castrogiovanni 148 West Delavan Cisarnw 884-0429 Frank Chalupka 61 Dempster Cichipii TX4-0670 Charles Champion 316 Peach "Chuck,' Venus Clendening 98 Howard "Bull Duram" 854-2808 Stanley Curry 397 Sherman Anthony George 118 Bissell CCTOHYSQ 895-6573 Vincent Gembolys 881 Clinton "Bolar,' TL4- 1055 William Glover 43 Littell Robert Golombek 43 Matejko CCBOID77 TA3-2041 Peter Goodwin 109 Clay CCGOOdy75 877-1481 Kenneth Gray 118 East Ferry CCKenny77 TX6-2970 Ernest Guilford 247 Stevens "Top Benny" 26 Sherman g'Gap,, 896-4875 "Cowboy" 854-4675 Richard Gulczewskx Larry Boyd Lance Ehrhardt 115 Sherman 192 Dodge 105 BOga1"ClLlS 882-3870 "La11CCY" TL4-8414 TX5-4386 Henry Boyd . 192 Dodge Calvin Gaines iegagi Gulczewski "Alfred7' 209 Walnut uL,t52m16I2n,, 882-3870 "Longboy" 1 TL2-8873 TL43414 Jesse Bradshaw 107 Watson Antonio Gamer David Grzybowski ucadlllacn 588 Genesee 57 JUDO Drive TL6-2988 "Tony" NA7-7544 Joseph Brown 335 Herman Joel Garrison David Har HBumPiCSH Slfslgefffrgon 245 Mastelij TX8-0970 " 00 Quito" , 856-2306 TT3 7518 Robert Brudecki 750 Eagle Michael George David Harris "Bob" 118 Bissell 614 Masten TL3-7554 895-6573 "Quita,' James Henderson 971 Virginia CC.-limi? TL3-3795 Wayne Hopkins 16 Goemble CSH0ppy!7 TX3-5923 Louis Jablonski 710 Sycamore CI-Iab!9 894-4940 John Johnson 436 High "The Stinger" TT4-7234 Louis Johnson 31 Sherman iCHump77 TL4- 1920 Gary Jones 34 Earl "Gary Hoozer" 885-2619 Kenneth Kaczmarek 202 Strauss "Kacz" TX4-6888 Michael Kempf 184 Highgate C4Kemp?7 TF3-1311 Gerald Kirsch 21 Carl Citlerryii 894-2392 John Kladke 617 Howard TL6-6397 Donald Kot 119 Nevada "Bulls" TX2-6347 George Kramer 30 Marshall TX5-1503 David Krzanowicz 51 Empire "Little Man" TX6-9121 David Krzemien 77 South Pontiac 4'Arab7' 824-5449 Ernest Lamb 435 Winslow 'cLambcops" 897-0088 John Lee 191 Northland 'cAlfred" 886-4937 Henry Lewandowski 375 Paderewski TL6-0253 Charles Lewis 118 Sherman "St, Louis" 854-8010 Gordon Lewis 265 Tacoma "Peanuts" TR6-4067 Robert Livingston 234 Northampton f'Cool Breezei' 885-9949 Rushon Louie 391 Walnut CCRudy33 TL6-1772 Richard Lukonaitis 181 Swan c'Luke" TL6-8890 Daniel Malkiewicz 458 Fillmore 6GDan37 85 6-8248 Joseph Mangano 161 Saranac TR6-6994 David Marks 98 Parkridge "Geronimo', TF5 -4394 Henry Marzuchowski 1091 Tifft CCHenry73 823-5942 George Mason 118 Herman CCEarl33 856-5 269 james Mistal 90 North Ogden Cijimii 893-8379 Michael Morris 313 Moselle TX3-1545 Stanley Murawski 114 Goemble '4Wha-Hoon TX2-2925 John Okon 160 Lathrop "Custer" TX5-5527 Larry Olejniczak 140 North Parade CCKat37 894-9585 Jerry Owczarzak 180 Kosciuszko 896-1658 John Pawli 942 Smith TL2-23 26 Harold Parrett 139 Lemon GCPOIIYDQ TL6-6073 Kenneth Petko 433 Goodyear ECKenny7, TX2-7 338 Ronald Polak 50 Townsend CCROHIB TL4-6068 Paul Priester 43 Frankfort "Priest" 895-6256 Walter Pilarski 108 Barthel '4Dooley,' TX3-6148 Paul Piotrowski 34 Schmarbeck "Pau1ie" TX4-7441 Daniel Proctor 802 William C4Dan7! TL4-2840 Larry Piper 596 East Ferry CCPip39 895-5079 David Radwan 14 Clifford 825-7076 Hazel Reed 116 Landon "Funky Broadwayn 886-4950 john Ress 39 Hubbell TA4-3440 Paul Riccio 368 Abbott SGDagO99 823-9219 James Robinson 394 Sherman "Ghippie" 854-2557 Marvin Rucker 702 jefferson c'Chicon 856-9552 Kenneth Ryszkiewicz 327 Gable "Big Ben" TA4-7055 Robert Stachura 384 Ludington CiBO'b73 Michael Scherger 47 Newburgh TX4-4353 David Schuder 329 Box CKGUSQS TX6-1 06 7 Robert Schwab 1322 Clinton 822-1179 Philip Siska 43 Aldrich 822-3 247 Wayne Sorrentino 868 Beach 634-1587 james Stefaniak 98 Shepard '1Stef"' 893-1272 George Stempniak 746 Sycamore "Lighting" 893-6542 Dana Stevens 38 Swinburne "Tree,, 895-7384 james Stewart 743 Best lCJirn,, Robert Stulick 110 Whitehall TA4-8827 David Szymkowiak 430 Willett 824-8335 Ronald Tutterman 319 Moselle "Boston" 895-7298 John Voigt 79 Beck "Tarzan,' 893-3694 Norbert Welninski 78 Mohr TX5-1716 Gerald Woj dyla 266 Loepere TX2- 1825 Gerald Woods 2 Beverly CC'Ierry7, TT4-7 730 Wilfred Williams 232 High "Wolf, TT4-4957 Eugene Wronski 42 Warren "Gino" TX4-2394 Thomas Young 352 Adams C5T'J.97 853-4437 Thomas S. Zurek 36 Kiefer 893-8107 Steven Zwolinkiewicz 829 Eagle "Cinderman'l Kenneth Zotara M 462 Koons TX3-1502 f ' 'fb 71? -N W X xx .32 X ,r--if-. Mqfw -I . j f f X X f X X ff ,fb f ff " m XX ,' fx 11' William Hannah, Kenneth Gray, Marvin Oaks, Ronald Horne c :I I ' ' Steve Smith, jim Hessel, August Land f - 'Y 'rv .fi are -v, -' f Ti . V .. 'af 1 Y K- , - . ""J'T,?"- I V' Y- ,M .wT1!'ii'.--l , 1 ', - 1 5' " ' 2 A-- , , -Qnf-nm- - A . -f . "- .l '- .-,A f T-fi T - ' 'e ' ' 'E' o E K 540: . -,. g,. ,f ,ff V . - f eQw N-rm V D D- Q ' . -N Q. xg 5 ,cow-5 f ai ,x Q. ' M i xl' We TENNIS TEAM: First Row - James Pawlak, Richard Wojciehowski, Michael Drechsel, Dennis Dobiesz, Tom Pierog, Paul Piotrowskihlerald Perlcinsg Second Row -John Rees,Jim Stewart, jim Sikora, Mr. Koteras QTHE CHIEFQ, Daniel Oldman, Larry Olejniczak, Ray Rodgers, John Bolden CROSS COUNTRY TEAM: Q1967j Top - Cletus jones, Walter Gates, August Land, Dennis Ogdenhlohn Fields, John Bonnerg Middle Row - Edward Harris, David I-Iarriston, Norman Everetthlohn Greeneg Third Row - Charles Lewis, Larry Pierce, Peter Goodwin, james Zachowicz, Charlie Brown 3 '-J 111 ,, ,. ,-5 Qt. rl ' I' 1 The varsity squad wanted a group picture printed separately - and heme it is: from left to right, bottom row first - Emest Lamb, Harold Barnes, Stanley Curry, Calvin Gaineshlesse Bradshaw, Charles Brown, Thomas Pierogg Second Row - Charles Lewis,Jameelun Ali, Venus Clendeningulames Henderson, Louis johnson, Floyd Thompkins, Mr. Szeng Third Row - Edward Richardsonhjames Wallshlames Adams, Henry Shaw,Julian Campbell, Melvin Kempg Last Row - William Hanna, Michael Lubecki,-Iohn jerman, Christopher Chism,-john Hes- sel N...f J ,rv--. M it ""' A . , F 'H it-" -1eg,,,, Q -'I .-.gif .V . ' .AM il, -p . ' : , M t Tkw- A . r .,, .. F' It looks as if we wore one of the opposition out, anyway. Names of the boys r Frank Chalupka Chris Chism Kenneth Folck Calvin Gaines William Hannah James Hessel John Jerman Ronald Johnson Ted Kubiak Richard Lukoniatus Charles Mesi Marvin Oaks Adrian Para Thomas Pierug Michael Scherger David Virgilio Donald Virgilio Timothy Hill Michael Lubecki THE 1967 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. eceiving Maj or Letters: Squad Letters were Robert Adams Donald Curtis Richard Cutway Eugene Edwards Stanley Helminiak Michael Iwanowski Melvin Kemp Carl Nowak Duane Syph awarded to K. Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson Emerson fplay-offj CPIHY-Off? Off the backboard - The scoreboard was a little better the basketball season - 68 Riverside 47 Grover Cleveland 76 Burgard 56 South Park 59 East 41 Kensington 59 Seneca 59 Bennett 35 McKinley 57 Lafayette 59 Hutch. Tech. 54 Hutch-Tech. 74 Bennett Weave had worse seasons. "When you reach as hugh as you can, pause m the a1r 80 The Fall Letter Assembly saw awards given and appreciation expressed to both ath- letes and coaches for their many hours spent both on the playing and the practice fields. Below, the football coach, Mr. White and the basketball coach, Mr. Szen receive appreciation awards from the teams. Left - John Jemian congratulates Mr. Szen and Mr. White. fMr, White lost 30 pounds shortly after this picture was taken. Right - Mr. May presents the outstanding ath- lete award for fall sports to Calvin Gaines. ' .usp L - Above - Barnes is guarded and watches the ball Right - Lafayette was there when the ball went in Below - Jesse Bradshaw does a near back-flip to sink one. Through it all Mr. Geary sat imperturba- bly in the corner. :F'f','f. "' mfg 'T Tiff I " ' iff' m ' Q gf ' ' . '- If .Qt 'W 4 L 'w . :-fy ,,- '31 Q11 . ,z . ' N ' -A-HIYN. 1' 'wig ll-Q ,Y 'fi 5 iw Tl .. ali sf? .- 'V .1 . .., -t Y V f ,, 3,-ag ' i 'lr' " i th 1 ' l - .. 1--z - , Il I - , gn , 1 THE COACHES: From left to right - Mr. Koteras, Tennisg Mr. Wardour, Cross-country and Junior Varsity Basketballg Mr. Sedita,Trackg Mr. Szen, Basketball and Nlr, VVhite, Football. They all tried to smile, with varying success. As you all know, Emersonians have played the game since the school opened. The school's archives contain pictures Qsome of them reproduced in this bookj proving that since its inception, Emerson fand its predeces- sor Peckham Vocational Schoolj has been sports-minded. The old saw about it not being whether you won or lost but how you played the game does not apply here. Sportsmanship is as MUCH A PART OF THE CURRICULUM AS IS SHOP. We think it makes the Emerson man stand out. 82 I if f ' lv - I y 1 ' Vxlul V' ,L VV L l l , f X KVICXSLRSQI 7 ' J 2 'Ta I A-.-:ag i-L bmi. 17lFq"'T ,Z .u" 'if ll We didnlt know whether to call Weightlifting a sport or an activity, so we stuck it in here and hoped for the best. At left Mr Lazzaro flexes his muscles and vocal cords for the effort and the traditional grunting always associated with this SPORT? Below left Ronald ohnson and right Richard Fazzio work hard at having fun QThey ity it s funj liq- R fvk.. ,g- I f t Above - Nick Mortellaro Phys. Ed. director of the Butler Mitchell Boys Club is caught in mid-lift . At right - Mr. Lazzaro shows how to do it. Fifty-four years ago, EMERSON was a vocational school only. Rec- ords of the past tell of the day-long shops in the library where it all started. The big step forward came when the school was chartered as Emerson Vocational High School and every student began attending two schools - a trade school and an academic school. Sure it was tougher than the regular academic program, but when was something worthwhile not more of a challenge than the easy way? Take a look at a typical freshman English class - one seat vacant. Now compare a math eleven class. Twelve members sweat it out with Mr. Whitman. You get what you pay for in money or in effort. JP 3 if 1' 1' tk u 3' 551 F , N61 ' .Ili if .Q-1 Mi ff- ugjj ' -5 4'Rise high the roof beam, carpenterf' One of the side walls swings into place. Below, remodeling of one of the old buildings. The students looked younger then L, M . .....-, ...., .. ,X in W.,- A 1 -, - - F' 3' :A- -an . -., "'-1 :qw Maisy- 'iifiibg-'-f , 2-asia? - fznnunnxu-1:.-H . vuumnuum, nv: --.n-M.mf-- ,ff umnsgmm Vie.: BEIUEIIW' .:1- I I ,,.., .f , Qil I V -! l ,, I Q -- - I ll ii I il n M ll A ll , ll ' V 1. :- 'V V A - .5 JA? R .. " - 1 F I4 'K ' 'i fir-',1fG,.l ' f fjvtv h an J TJ: A .!.Xj'! T W f t K ff-, J'-ff pw 5 15, .k,- kg., fs ik' F"-. 73 'I Y' S' . . I J , af - , Y ' ' - 5 75. ffm ' Y " V. M: -, f.' gl Q B i if f r I I 1 1 V Tl .. ' rf "tx, ' H f-jilifr F' .I 3' ' f . ,Y mkw W ' ez r-q 7. 1 1 ff A qi , I '4 ' -Iii ' 1 1 1' - is Q 1' :aw ri diff X . ,54 . 'W 221-'1' X' ' 5 un. ll ll ll ll , "And thus our play is ended . . ." Just as he has done for so many years, Teddy takes the flag down for the last time this year - Ahead are the June exams, the good or bad news about graduation - the famous sign Mr. White posts outside his classroom door: "All seniors passed American History 2". "Where do we go from here?" is a moot question with most of the members of the Senior Class, soon to be the Class of '68. The faculty heave a collective sign of relief: all they have before them is a week of final record keeping and then the long summer spent lazing away at the sec- ond front job and the taking of the courses at State University or Canisius. All too soon the summer sessions begin, tobe followed, in an almost unbeliev- ably short time by the re-opening of school. Good luck, graduates. If the world doesn't appreciate you, just blame the times and the customs and not yourselves. IAN aa Q 86 03 1 W1 X...!' ll 1 5? Mf M lllllllllKllIil!ll!IlllIlII ff 5 6- 2 x img? I I .1 X5 ' x 'f X fp J sf' Q' PD U W lx zg' q , 'I l I Tu' I 5 N f X f J' fi K X N5 Z x l ' :ii .,,, , H, T. , 5 Q X' ZN2-'X f ' I-.lla-T -,boqp O'1"' 5 "'-uri-ff' iv: 1 V 0 A I 6 'fri ng.. ...,, jjlnm. 1 X -Q ,A -77: 'E sf 4 sg e fd .- U' PM A 1 'M Y I- S, ' 1 9' J , 5 4 X 7 T I A 1 Q h " 'Ql' , 5gAh D. , i+ if ' I 7 -iii MR. AND MRS. MATT STEMPNIAK GQLDEN PATRQNS GRAMZA CIGAR STORE JOHNNY O'S MEATS E BUFFALO BUTTER R EGG Go. ING. 1122 Sycamore - TX 6-1658 MARK NUSALL MR. AND MRS. RAYMQND J. FASSE1. Tig, 1.gypigfg1g.gggn1g11gg11gmmem I MRS. GHARLENE WALLENBEGK MR. AND MRS. FRED WOJDYLA Ccflgigclggi STAURANT A RS. LOTTIE WRONSKI Home Cooked Meals and Sandwiches L R. 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