Falconer High School - Falconaire / Corridor Yearbook (Falconer, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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X X X xi t . ,'i!'f 1,4 'fix i NX W A X f N ei ,i 1.1 f-"2 ' XX ' - , f f '7 XXX f."f i " N N , J fn N ,, XXX w - 5 f ff RX xx f e ' f Qi ' 4-:L- R- fi 4 ' L f SQA? tacit-J - N ii 7 . j' L ' 1 '-Q if . -W xx ' ' i y 5 t lt, n- .J .1 ffeze y i 'I ' FOREWORD -J x X- A We, the Corridor Staff, are proud to present this yearbook to the faculty and the student body of F. C. S. We hope that as you glance through this book in future years, it will serve as a memory of your high school days in '54 and 'S5. We have chosen as the theme "Senior Daze" and have built our title pages around the Seniors, their interests and their activities. So, to you Seniors, as well as the faculty and students, we present our book, THE CORRIDOR for 1955. 4 l"l -1 1 'llhzftcn tab Q With heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for his un- . tiring efforts, we, the Corridor Staff of I955, dedicate this r annual to our music supervisor, Mr. Walttmn Huestis. Mr. , Huestis has devoted considerable time in raising the stand- ard of music education of FCS. students. He has given unselfishly of his time for many of the school functions e.g. football games, assembly programs, pep rallies. etc, ' Under his able guidance, both the band and orchestra achieved a straight "A" rating at Fredonia in l954. We, of the Corridor Staff, feel that Mr. Huestis, is as much a part of the student body as of the faculty. So, to you Mr. Huestis, on your tenth anniversary at FCS., we gratefully dedicate our annual. I att if vii.-wi . 'ff' al .'f" P' A . ,v ' zz' ' 'Z ' - f 7 'L 2 Mr. Benson Supervising Principal N 1 fii zlif Z To the Board of Education we owe the privilege of attending a well organized school. It is responsible for the care and maintenance of school propertyg for hiring our Worthy teachers, providing our school bus transportation and many other necessary functions of a successful school system. We all share the pride of our school's prestige among the schools of our countyg therefore, we salute our Board of Education for its excellent work in building that prestige and making Falconer Central School an efficient machine for producing fine citizens of tomorrow. L t rite..-fimif 'PTS "1 Row 1: M. Rigby, Larson, M. Swanson, A. Sprague. Row 2: Horton, L. Anderson, R. Fales, O. Strickland. fi .AWRENCE ANDERSON, A.B. lead of Citizenship Educalion Dept. -Ioughton College BRAD BISHOP, B.S., M.Etl, Hem! of Ph.i.riml Erlmutirm Depl. Syracuse University, St. Bonaventure University A 'REDERIC CADWELL, B.S., M.A. 'hyxicr and Chemirfry lniversity of Buffalo, iolumbia University WILLIAM AYERS, B.A., B.S. English and Dramatici Ithaca College MARY ELLEN BOUTWELL Denial Hygienist University of Pennsylvania GERALD M. DUGAN, A.B., M.S. Head of English Dept. St. Bonaventure University RALPH BENGSTON, B.A. Malbemafici University of Buffalo NEOMA BERG, B.S. Girlf' Pbyrical Erlucalinri Cortland State Teachers College NORMA BUROW, B.S. All Buffalo State Teachers College JOHN EKLUM, B.S. Industrial Arts Buffalo State Teachers College MARILYN BUTCHER, B.S. Homemaking Buffalo State Teachers College NICHOLAS FEDORKA, B.S., M.S Phyrical Education East Stroudsburg Teachers College, Ithaca College JEAN MATTHEWS, B.S. Srmncr Allegheny College faculty BELVA MOREY, B.S., M.A. English Fredonia State Teachers College, Columbia University HARRY ROSE, B.S. Cilizrnxhip Educalion Edinboro State Teachers C DONALD SCOTT, B.S., M.S. Buxinesx Managrr ollcgc Bowling Green State U., Syracuse U. RICHARD NOSTRANT, B.S. Industrial Ari: Oswego State Teachers College EVELYN RENO, A.B. Malbemalicx Penn State University HARRY SHOUP, B.S.A., M.S. Agriculture Mississippi A. 81 M. College, Iowa State College MARJORIE THOMAS, B.A., B.S. Librarian Keuka College, Albany State Teachers College GEORGE WATTO, B.B.A., M.S. EDITH WEAVER, A.B., M.S. in Ed. BERTHA WILLSIE, B.A., M.A. HILDE FAUST, B.A., M.A. Commercial Dep't Counselor Foreign Languages Foreign Languages Westminster Cnllege Keuka COHESG College of Wooster, University of Bonn Cornell University Cornell University JOHN FELTON, B.S. Science Clarion State Teachers College fi eq, 'X ar GERALD HEGLUND, B.A. Vocal Muiic Augustana College ARNOLD JOHNSON, B.S. Cilizenrbip Education Kent State University 'a ROBERT LINDHOLM, B.S. Englirb Clarion State Teachers College BARBARA JOHNSON, R.N. Nune-Teacher-Atlendance Officer Millard Fillmore Hospital, University of Buffalo 1 DANIEL LOUNSBURY, B.S. Cilizembip Education Clarion State Teachers College EARL E. HOENE, B.Ed. Head of Commercial Department Whitewater State Teachers College, Wisconsin MILDRED JOHNSON Citizembip Education Cortland State Teachers College MARGARET MARKER, R.N. WALTON HUESTIS, B.S. in Ed.. M.A. Head of Muiic Dept. Fredonia State Teachers College New York University ROSEMARY KERSTEN Engliib D'Youville LYLE MATTESON Nurre-Teacher-Altendance Officer Malhematicr Buffalo General Hospital, University of Minnesota Fredonia State Teachers College .fljnn YALCOX-ER CEHTRAL SCHOOL ?oXcone1 , Heel 1 my. Imac OW Q00 Vdndxpd Sanders 10 , 1956 Desi' 'S-fiends? it 'Ls an 'donor to 'oe asueo 'og our gem-'ooou staff to vu-its s Xetter to tue student 'oodg for pu'o'L1cstiop 'm the Pmrw-ex. ss your prxnckpsl and tue represeotetwe oi 'me ydggp sc'o00'X stsii these are the ideas 1 -Aish to coiwei to 1100. thong wittb xnepi pxessedt soc'La'L experiences it use been ow' do gectwe to pro-Jide goo vlitn tue xcbo-AXg'E,e and patterns 5- oi 'oetxsflio-c wmxcxx gov. -Aix deed 'ior soccessidx sduxt life. gi it is our nope txxfrt -ae xsmle succeeded 'xp our purpose. ii ion are axons txxe prwixeged Sew woo pave 'peep 'porn in s dexuocrstxc nation, s land oi pxeotg . Pts students and -., greddstes oi isxcoper kX'Lg,Yl 500001, v1'L'L'LS.pg'k.5 accept tue povyticsl, ecorxogdc and socxal responsibixitxes which ec- compam the prwixeges oi pasted States Oxtxzensuip. vlstxx tue Cfxess oi N55 go our best -Axsnes Soc a Yssppj UA- e ffm Svehardt wp Rein High Scxxodx Yrkpcxpst A A use? l ln. L. to R.: Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Coleson, Mr. Wickmark, Mr. Tooze, Mr. Mclieever. 2 T 6 V l Miss Kiely .L.. Mrs. Larson XXX 9 gf:- CN' Miss Carlion Mrs. Inwood Nt' Row 1: L. Showers, H. Crandall, J. Osgood, N. Hoard. Row 2 M. Crandall, V. Crandall, R. Spraque, P. Stearns, D. Walker. Mrs. Healey L Mrs. Aldrich - 1 f 4 ,P- ., 8" b ., wax, 5,,a55fif.1iiBmvs , mffiw Baia : 5,3585 3 . -55255 g. ' Hit! . ffafgggiiiixiau 5:54 4 '. 3 Ig ?m Q gi 'f' -'al-ggf?g5m Q Hf QM? gffiifw 9555 f5seaB5?gffl5gg9f " 54551 59 fin -Q ffsfff mffif 3195 Q" Hem -455519 fffffifafif 9 8,?55-53, 55553535 9' ffl f:'Er'i'?HEQ5?U97 935 .ff-'QHQQ 3519 125 . 25535515 gif? 3? E., ,"' 'q. ff-'lfaslmii F93 54 if L' iffmgafwv if 2 'ff DONNA ABBOTT "DONNA" I cbalfrf, cballrr as I go And I ga on forever. Intramurals: Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 1, 25 Li- brary Club l5 Mi-Y 3, 45 F Club 3, 45 Choir 1, 25 Glee Club 1, Z5 Falcon Staff 3, 4. DORIS ACKLEY "DORIS" Doris is small but always on the ball. JOYCE AIKEN "Pnl sQun.ut" Sweet and simple Sbe clnnns with 4 dimplc. Intramurals: Soccer l, 2, 3, 45 Baa- ketball I, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Softball I, 2, 3, 4: F Club I, 45 Mi-Y 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Glee Hub l, 35 Falcon Staff 4. JO ANNE AMENTA ..Jo.. Sbort and sweet Sbe's with tba beat! Intramurals: Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basket ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Sofl ball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 1, 2, 45 Stu dent Council 1, 45 F Club 3, 4 Mi-Y 3, 45 Glee Club l, 35 Choi 3, 45 Falcon Staff 3, 4. DARA LEE ANDERSON "num" Sbe's pfppy and small And well liked by all. Intramurals: Soccer 2, 3, 45 Basket ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 4 Softball 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3 Mi-Y 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Choi: 3, 45 Corridor Staff 3, 45 Falcon Staff 3, 45 F Club 45 Honor So- ciety 4. DAVID ANDERSON "DAVE" Give me time and I'll grow up. F.F.A. 2, 3. C-, JAMES ANDERSON UJIM.. demon with books, a devil with bearts, 'itb his brains and looks be's got a great start. ltramurals: Basketball l, 43 Vol- yball l, 2, J, 43 Softball 2, 3, 43 V. Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 23 awling 2g Student Council 3. Boys' :ate 33 Falcon Staff. CAROL BAKER "canon" lmbilious and quiet, 'bis girl'.v a riot. ntramurals: Soccer l, 23 Basket- all 1, 2, 43 Volleyball ., oftball 1, 23 Library Clul: l. RONALD BAKER num.. , farmer by trade, a devil by bent, Vitb bis buins and looks, be's got quite a start. mtramurals: Softball I, 2, 43 Bas- :tball 3, 43 Volleyball 3, 43 J. V. asltetball I, 23 Baseball 33 V. Base- all 43 F.F.A. 2, J, 4. JOHN ammo If-IOHND A good worker is be, we need more like bien, Steady, dependable, and full of vim. J. V. Basketball Manager 33 Falcon Staff 3, 43 Movie Operator I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball Manager 4. RICHARD BEACH "melt" A pro at golf be tries to be, A bale-in-one bill never see. Bowling 2, J, 43 Golf J, 43 Corri- dor Staff 3, 4. BETTY JO CALABRESE HB. J." Her beart is like a trolley, Always room for one more. Intramurals: Soccer 1, 2, J. 43 Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball l, 2, 3, 43 Softball l, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 2, 3, 43 Cheerleading I, J, 49 F Club 2, J, 43 Mi-Y 3, 43 Student Coun- cil 23 Falcon Staff 3, 43 French Club 3. FREDERICK CAMPBELL "nn'z" All that Pve leafned Pvc forgotten And all tbal. I know, I've guessed. GARWOOD CARLSON HGAIU lf tberis nothing to do, let me do it. f VERNON CHIPMAN "venues" I was a 97-pound weakling Till I took tb: Cbarles Atlas Course Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4: Foot- ball 4. JOYCE COBB HJOYH Mun that Cobb is full of com. Intramurals: Basketball 1: Bowlin lg Soccer lg Volleyball 15 Mi-' 3, 4. RAYMOND COLBURN "nav" Back from the Navy is Ray, Waiting for graduation day. Bible Club 3. CORRINE COVEDILL "caan" Cbattering always and giggling too Wben ymfre 'round "Corrine" you can't be blue. Intramurals: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 4: F Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 45 Falcon Staff 3, 4. LAURA CRONK "LAURA" rom Kennedy :ba bailx 'bis girl never fails. itramuralsz Soccer I, 2, 49 Basket all l, 2, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 4 mftbnll 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2 panish Club 4. ROBERT CROSS "comm " member of F.F.A. bis xeniof: well on bis way. itramurals: Basketball lg Softball F.F.A. 2, 3. JOANNE DAHL frjon .I Andersorfs :be workr, at .whoa sbe never sbirks. mtramuralsz Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Baa- :tball l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, ,4g Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling , 23 F Club 2, 3, 43 Mi-Y 3, 4, lee Club l, 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 4, :lcon Staff 3, 4: Spanish. JOYCE DAHL ef n SKIP I go! A ring on my finger, and bells on my toes. Intramurals: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling lg Stamp Club 2, 3, 4, F Club 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 4, Corridor 3, 4: Falcon Staff 3, 4, Choir 33 Glee Club l. ROBERT DICKERSON rsnoan In art bi: quite 4 pro Hi: alwryx on the go Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4g F Club 3, 4, Art Club lg Choir 3, 4g Boys' Choir 3, 43 Corridor Staff 3. 4: Falcon Staff 4. ELVIRA DI MAIO NBLVIIAH Gay and chit cliuuyx xnappily dressed, If you what Q nice girl :bfi one of lb: bert. Intramurals: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 45 Cheerleading l, 3, 4, F Club 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 4g Glee Club lg Choir 3, 4: Falcon Staff 3, 4. FRANK DIMINUCO HFRANKU I may not be a Ford But I sure can rattle on. Bowling l, 3, 4g Hi-Y 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 4, School Police 3, Movie Operator 1, 2, 3, 4g,Staff Club lg Bond and Stamp Club 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Fal- :on Staff 3, 4. CHARLOTTE EDINGTON "CHARLOTTE" At sport: :be plays the game, When :be succeeds sbe'll win fm. Intramurals: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4: F Club 2, 3, 4. ROGER ELF iflocll What be wants to get out of school most is bimsrlf. Intramurals: Basketball lg Jr. High Basketball lg Football lg J. V. Bas- ketball 25 Varsity Track 2, J, 45 Staff Club lg Band I, 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra 3, 4. MAR-IORIE FAIRBANKS "Muncie" Small in stature but big in been ROBERTA FRANK "nomar" A friend of the xcbool, a pal of all, In need of advice, :bill answer t call. Intramurals: Soccer 2, 3, 4, Baske ball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, 43 Bowling 1, 2: St dent Council lg Mi-Y 3, 4: F Cl 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Falcl Staff 3, 4, Corridor Staff 3, Choir 4, Glee Club 43 Spanish Ch 4: Honor Society 4. I PATRICIA GILBERT HPAT., Prrtly to walk witb, Fun to tall wilb, Nia' Io Ibinh lbouf, too. Choir 3. JAMES GRAHAM rr-'nan r man not after every womanft heart. aseball Mgr. 2, J. V. Football JQ .ibrary Club l, 2g Bible Club 2. JANICE HOLLAND HHN., 4 light heart lives long. ntramurals: Bowling lg Library Ilub lg Glee Club 2, 3: Choir 3. NANCY HOWIG HNANU '-lappy ax a lark, enjoys berxrlf botb daytime and lark. ntramurals: Softball lg Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 'lhoir ,l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2, 3. DOROTHY INGERSOLL "noxomY" Personality plus, an intellectual mind, A nicer girl YOU cannot find. Vli-Y 3, 45 Pres. 4: Choir 3, 4: Spanish Club 4. NESTA JOHNSON "Bunn" Sbe knows tlmn all from out 01 f0IV7l. Sbz'x one gal who gets around. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 41 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, j. H. Cheer- eader lg F Club 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 45. Falcon Staff l, 2, 3, 4: Choir 4: Stamp and Bond Club 3. DAVID JOHNSON "swims" l'm a :mart guy but I have a bam time convincing anyone. Varsity: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basket- oall I, 2, 3, 43 Football 29 Tracll 2, 4: J. V. Basketball and Footballg F Club 2, 3, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 4q Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. C. DUANE LARSON "CHUCK" A young man who blushes is bet- ter than one who turns pale. I. V. Baseball l, 25 V. Baseball 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Bibli Club: M.Y.F. l, 2, 3, 45 Corridor Staff 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Boys' State 35 Iunior Citizen 35 Falcon Staff 45 Ir. Pres. DUANE A. LARSON UDUKOU loving Romeo, a guy with charm, 'hc "Duke" and his coupe an' rause for alarm. :aff Club 1, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, s', 4, land 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 5 Boys' Choir I, 2, 35 Choir l, , J. JOYCE LARSON "JOYCE" arh mind has its own method and this miml has a method of its 0l07l. ltramurals: Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Jccer I, 2, 3, 45 Softball l, 2, 3, i Volleyball 25 Bowling 25 Mi-Y ,4, S5 F Club 3, 4, S. SALLY LODESTRO rrsALn With her ability success has an eas- path. And a shorter road you'l never find. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Softball 1, 2, 3 45 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowlin, l, 2, 3, 45 J. V. Cheerleader 2, 3 45 F Club 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 45 Glei Club I5 Choir 3, 45 Falcon Staf: 3, 4. LAVERNE LUCE "LAvEnNE' From lame-:town he came, To graduate from a school of fame. LAURA MARSH "mum" Serious in studies, superlative in sports, lf you need her help she-'ll do work. of all sorts. WILLIAM MORTON NLUK En V0 civilized person ever goes to bed the same day be gets up. ntramurals: Softball I, 3, 49 Vol- eyball I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 3: l. V. Baseball Ig Football 2, 35 Stu- Ient Council Ig Pres. of Freshman Zlassg V. Basketball 4. SYLVIA MATTESON USYLU 'hcre's room in my bent for every ivy, lu! lbere's room in my heart for only one boy. ntramural: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Loftball 1, 2, 3, 4: Soccer I, 2, 3, rg Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: F Club 2, , 4, Mi-Y 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, , 4. ELLEN MYERS HELLENU ilJr's always willing and ready for a good time. ntramural: Softball 3, 4: Glee Club ', 4. JANICE OLSON rvJANn A willing worker, a friendly smile, This girl is really worth your while. Intramurals: Bowling 1, 23 Mi-Y 3, 43 Glec Club 1, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4: Falcon Staff 4. SALLY PALMERI HPAMI, Happy as a lurk, enjoys herself boil daytime and dark. Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4g Soccer l, 2, 3, 4: Softball I, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: F Club 2, 3, 4: Mi-Y 3, 4, Choir I, 3, 45 Glen Club Ig Falcon Staff I, 4. EVA PARSONS uEvAn ll's nice to be natural if you'rr naturally rrire. Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Softball I, 2, 3, 4g Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: F Club 2, 5: Ml-Y 3. JOHN PERKINS "maint" Perky's a real pal, Has magazines for sale. Intramurals: Bowling 3, 4, Golf 3, 4: Baseball lg Basketball Mgr. I, Band 2, 3, 4, Corridor Staff 3, 4, Falcon Staff 4. WARREN PETERSON "PETE" Warrrn with his tuba, Warren with his girl, Brtuwcn the two, he'x lost in a whirl. iand I, 2. 3. 4: Orchestra I, 2, i, 4. BARRY ROSSING "BARRY" ln nur flames he's our pride, Hr"x always on your side. Baseball J. V. 5, 4: Bible Club I: :rcnch 2: School Bank I, 2: Corri- lor 3, 4: Falcon 4. MARY ANNA RUMIANA "noMEo" A pleasant smile, a friendly way. This is one girl who'll go a lon way. Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, J, 4 Soccer I, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball I, 2, J, 4, F Club 2, I 43 Glee Club 2, 3: Falcon J, 4. PHILIP RUNFOLA "nuMnHY" From the grapr came the winr, From the vim' fame Phill. j. H. Football Ig V. Football 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Boys' Cl1oi1 2: Industrial Arts 2, 3, 4, Falcon 4 AUDREY RUSSIEL HAUD.. A xwrll gal, a pianist too. Her charming smile will bring hr. through, Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, J, 4 Soccer I, 2, J, 4: Softball I, 2, J, 4 Volleyball I, 2, J, 4: Bowling I, 2 3, 4: H. Cheerleader: Bible Clul C.Y.F. JANET SAMPSON nJANn n classroom she shines, he always lznowx her lines. ntramurals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: occer I, 2, 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 49 'olleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Bible Club l. , 3, 43 F Club 2, 3, 4: Honor So iety 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, ialcon 3, 4. LESLIE SCHNARS HLESLIEU Between football, girls, cars, and "cooking," Fhis boy is in a stew. Wrestling 2, J. V. Football 3. RICHARD SCOTT NSCOTTYH Artiam speak louder than wards. Intramurals: Basketball I, 3, 4 j. V. Baseball 2: Basketball 2, Bowl- ing 3, 4: M.Y.F. I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SHOUP UDICKU A bundle of muscles, a crop of rea hair, He and his cow make a prize-uliw ning pair. Intramurals: Basketball 3, 4, Soft- ball 2g Volleyball 3, 45 Baseball J. V. I, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 49 Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, School Bank l, F Club 2, 3, 4, Band l, 29 Falcor Staff 4. WALTER SMITH HBEETLEH Have a good lime while you're liv ing, you'll he dead a long lime j. H. Basketball Ig Staff Club l Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3 4: Choir I, 2g Boys' Choir 1, 2. RONALD STAHLEY rrloNn ln model: hz"r a flyer, His golf could not be higher. Varsity Basketball Mgr. 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: Corridor Stafi 3, 45 School Band 3, 4: F Club 45 Falcon Staff 4. LEWIS STEARNS "Louis" ,ilu a wise old bird, Jflrn seen but never beard. ootball 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 23 lovie Operator l, 2, 3, 4. GARY STEVENSON HSTEVIEU I winning smile, a boyish look. Ir learns by experience but goes by Ihr' boob. aseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 5 Football Mgr. 2, 39 Hi-Y 2, 3. 3 F Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society , 45 School Police 33 Optimist Jr. itizen 33 Band l, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, Boys' Choir 1, 25 Corridor 2, , 4: Falcon 2, 3, 4. IVAN TOWN "IVAN" 'o sinner, no saint perhaps, ul then the very best of chaps. Ible Club I, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3: onor Society 3, 4, Boys' State 35 md l, 2, 3, 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 45 nys' Choir l, 2, 3, 4g Falcon Staff 4. JUANITA TURNER RJUANITAH Sludious and able, Sbe"ll emi up in sable. Library Staff 3, 45 Falcon 3, 45 Cafeteria Help l, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS VINCENT "Bravo" I'll study if I feel like il, And won't if I dorfl. l'll pass if I can, If I can't I 10on'i. J. V. Baseball Z, 4, Tennis 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 44 Student Council 2, Choir 2, 3: Boys' Choir 2, 33 Bas- ketball 4. ELAINE WICKSTROM "ELAINE" Sugar and spice and everything nice, One of these days sbfll be sprinkled ufitb rice. Intramurals: Basketball l, 25 Soft- ball l, 25 Soccer I, 25 Volleyball 1, 2. BERNARD WINSLOW HCHUBH He's a favorite around the town, Never lets worry get him down. Intramurals: Softball 2: Wrestling 2, 44 Football 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA WINSLOW n-PAT:- Long hair and a friendly smile, Her friend in need-slJe'11 walk a -mile. Intramurals: Basketball 1, 29 Softball I, 2: Soccer l, 25 Volleyball 1, 23 F Club 2, 4: Mi-Y 3, 4g Glee Club 1. 4: Choir 3: Falcon 3. 4: "Miss Ford l954." f Colors Blue and White Flower Red Rose Motto "Every man is the architect of his own fortune" MELVIN YOUNG vrMELn An innocent face- Buf you never can tell. Ixitramurals: Bowling 5: F.F,A. 2, 3: Choir l, 2, 3. RICHARD YOUNG nDICKn I never trouble trouble, Until trouble troubles me. Intramurals: Basketball I, 45 Volleyball I, 3, 4, Bowling 2: J. V. Baseball lg V. Base- ball 2, 3, 45 V. Football 3, 4, V. Track 2, 5, 45 F.F.A. President. FRIENDLIEST "Sal" and "Gary" MOST RELIABLE "Roberta" and "Chuck" I MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED "janet" and "Barry" , E MOST AMBITIOUS "Dara" and "Gary" BEST ALL AROUND Sally and Chuck K If T1 1 52 1? R GSX 5 MOST ATHLETIC "amy" and "Dick" BEST LOOKING "Pat" and "Bernard" BEST PERSONALITY "Sally" and "Gary" 1 CUTEST "Joyce" and "jim" Yfxl MOST POPULAR "Sally", "Gary", and "jim" MOST COMICAL "Dara" and "Phil" MOST TALKATIVE "Betty" and "Ivan" MOST MUSICAL BEST DANCERS "Audrey", "Wally", and "Francis "Pal" and "Walt" 2 BIGGEST FLIRTS Nesta", "Betty", and "jim" MOST STUBBORN "Mary" and "Dick" Alllz LAZIEST "janice" and "Francis PRETTIEST HAIR BEST "Elaine" and "Ronnie" L "Elvira" and "Ron" 1 - fi r.: S! .xxx 1 f 452' . xl . . W, N 3 , may .. Q35 , .ww f 'wr , R 5 .um Q1 .vp r gg QQPME. L - 5 S Q? 1 an ii .ww 5 e if , ' 5.5:-?'Q:LE ', 1 F . V- Ri, K RE Si? QW' 7 gbfu'1w, D As Sax Ndgig- k mf RM 'x H6 QW 7 6' e P fss 'NW ,-44, ' if ' N Q.: My ,P ,mf N swf, anmmwg W We Sy? , fwm, . . 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V 'S 6 2 , VWYK 1, K 2 t Q x , ,.::, i t 1, as s iv f if A Sharon Gaeta Bonnie Girts Roger Guy Beverly Hallburg June Hallett Gwendolyn johnson Walter johnson Sheila Kahle Paul Kehe joan LaDuta Dianna La Monica Kathryn Larson james Lathrop Nicolina Lavalle Lucian Lodestro Herbert Marker joseph Mazzone Edward Moran Ronald Morton Marianne Mullerschon Rex Nollinger Paul Norman Judith Olsen Maxine Overturf Doris Panghorn john Parsons Lucinda Peterson Loretta Piazza Rosalie Piazza Deanna Rayhuck james Rossing Janet Sadowski Robert Samuelson Andrea Scoma David Smith Donald Steward Sharon Stornes Charles Swanson Virginia Swanson Lawrence Tuhhs Berry VanGuilder Verna Vaughn Dale Walker Harry Walker Max Werner Luther W'hitmore Dennis Wickstrom James Widmark Gerald William Fred Wilson Charles Yathetta 'I 1 Z' ,Vi-l i "51i.,1L - .., , ,,.'.- -.7 D . Nh:,,,.N lfflf. 'I I IVHW' i i . .iii . rr.. u l'h zz, in 'F' .. X .!,. ' A Q3 Rau' 1: L. Steck, J. Engstrom, R. Wakefield, A. Lefford, W. Cobb, N. Hunt, B Warner, B. Anderson. Rau' 2: A. Stearns, G. Parsons, L. Carlson, B. Felt, G. Mower, A. Phillips, S Beebe, A. Golding, J. Mee. Row 3: J. Becker, R. Jensen, H. Wilson, G. Mattison, T. Anderson, R. Gray R. Bowen, W. Ahlstrom. 'in ill' B . . X K1 wa NX ml Row I: V. Alessi, P. Grinols, P. Fink, R. Cooper, T. Beighrol, D. Fairbanks, T. Ormond, j. Warner. Row 2: D. McClaran, B. Young, R. Vansrrom, R. Johnson, G. Leonard, H. Wilson, D. Ashley, M. Carlson. Rou' 3: B. Stimson, R. Root, C. Hotchkiss, C. Boe, R. Price, D. Swanson, K. Melquisr, E. jeziorski. firm Q lleifii 'Ill 'vez' Row 1: D. Westerdahl, R. Van Narrer, D. Franklin, G. Rosenlworg, D. Howig, B. Rowland, N. Youngberg, J. Barnes. Row 2: C. Meyers, E. Parenti, C. Bragg, K. Anderson, D. Cameron, R. Thorp, C. Charles, M. Iohnson, M. Pattison. Row 3: S. Crandall, S. Michaels, B. Hale, E. Cowan, R. Vine, H. Arrance, R. Young, L. Fuller -6' -0 Row l: C. Grey, R. Marlatt, R. Anderson, N. Funcell, W. Vollentinc, G. Nunn, J Moran. Row 2: Horn, D. Carlson, D. Huckleberry, D. Youngbcrg, K. Wakefield P. Haskins, D. Wiemer, j. Sandberg. Row 3: j. Tracy, B. Cannon, F. Parsons, D. Lar- son, A. Crammer, W. Cowan, D. Becker, j. Leach, C. Baker. Row l: L. jeziorski, R. Peterson, B. Jarrett, D. Westerdahl, R. Fairbanks, J. Cole, K. Lyons. Row 2: R. Smith, A. Swanson, B. Caswell, C. Barr, C. Geata, K. Wiseman, D. Bull, C. Overrurf, W. Persell, L. McKain. Row 3: H. Hahn, R. Delahoy, M. La- Barbara, D. Mitchell, W. Anderson, G. Benson, S. Dennison, J. Abbey, L. Tubbs, L. Vollentine. Ron I: I.. Gnrtlncr, G. Colhurn, il. Morton, ,l. Chambers, V. KNIIIIIICF, IJ. .Ionc5, N. Funiccllo. Kun 2: KI. Nash. M, Burg, F. Hycrs, lf. Lconc, D. Baldcr, ,l. Whitmore, -I. Kcilh, I.. Snulsgivcr, D. LaQuay, L. Whcclmmck. Ron' 5: S. Steward, lf. Prutryn, I.. lfvcrctt. B. Proudmnn, D. Pt-cr, W. Sumlhcrg, C. il. Lodcstro, A. Mosher. mis Rau' 1: VV. Vollcntinc, S. W'.1ldcn, N. Pond, P. Carlson, N johnson, xl. Stuck. A. Hizchcock. Rau' 2: B, Cannon, D. Wctscl, B. Recd, B. Spcas, R. S. Larson. M. Hmycs, P. Goldin, Maloney Rau' 3: M. Colcrn, K. Parsons, A. Molber, xl. Bcightol, B, Rancr B. johnson, R. DcMaio, F. Fuller, il. DiMaio. 1 H - P-- " 'A 16 A F 'V " 'C . f -' ' . li. vhdtx 511. XF Rau' 1: C. Chase, M. ilamcs, G. lfrickson, W. Pnrmcnt, C. Whld dington, H. Carlson, K. Shearer. Row 2: F. Mortin, K. Fairbank, I.. Stewart, ll. Kem, C. Gray D. McCall, M. Nash, G. Brown, R. Backus, R. W'ood, Roun 3: K. Sadler, A. Bollcs, B. Marsh, UI. Wfilliw, ll. M N. Peterson, il. DcMaio, L. Whlkcr, J. Briggs. 'U I J Q, . AV. Y . l -A3582 'xl - 'luis' oi ' s '.. 1 rlr , N Ik ' X I 'A qt. , L 'I ', nlinrthy Q Ilt1U1T1K5 ,-w x t E-' 'E Q, it E If "1 T 1 'f'-3:13 l 'gi ,, , -f:""" 153 fl, Gary Stevenson Editor-in--Cbirf Roberta Frank john Perkins Liferary Edilor Advertising Manager Mr. Ayres Advisor Bob Dickerson C. Duane Larson Art Efliior Business Managrr fv 1 1 A Sw!! Norman. Nancl' C Dahl, Maioncy. . Howe' love b, Unk . 3 Vcc Lindquist, Janet Row 21 lrene kl-:Each Roger Sadfw' . 0 - arm' D' ' Row lx Sandl' Iiexsslx Anderson, Loi iggkonald Sllhlcy' ic n. 3 Hes' ' 9allY Maucso Mr AYHS' Mr' ' - , - d Son. Balryjofihliisdnglayton. Def' An cr slu- . . . As you finger through the pages of this book, you probably will neglect to even give these two pages a second glance. But, on these two pages lie the pictures of the people who make this book possible. This is the staff that works the year around to give you, the student body, a permanent record of your high school days. Of course there are some people who have helped with this book, but whose pictures do not appear on these pages. Persons such as Mr. Allen from Richards 81 Donahue, who took our pictures, and Mr. Coy, the publishers representative to our district. All these people had a hand in making this yearbook a success plus many more. We hope you like our work. 4 Q Q iw, Row 1: J. Amenta, V. Alessi, R. Colcra, G. Nunn. Row 2: S. McMillen, Mr. Lind- holm, B. Chandler, C. Larson, S. Lodestro, T. Anderson, Mr. Johnson. Row 3: j. Parsons, B. Everson, G. Boe, B. Parenri, B. Swanson, D. Raybuck, S. Nelson, D. La- Quay, K. Grey, j. Bernard, j. Lathrop. S ' Row 1: B. Rossing, G. Stevenson, C. Larson, F. DiMinuco, l. Town, Sampson, R. Frank. Row Z: Miss Thomas, Mr. Rose, Mr. Dugan, Mr. vonReyn, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Heglund, Miss Weaver. Absent: D. Anderson, D. Ingersoll, A. Russell, Klaus Schlling. . .I .W -Z.. . K2 la Il .F -s "0 I 011, X 1 i Z XXXIII FALCONER N. Y. June 1955 EXTRA 5, ,V 1, Row lz M. Rumiano, C. Lodestro, j. Amenta, R Frank, G. Benson, G. Rosenberg. Row 2: S. Palmeri, B. Calabrese, D. Weiner, N. Carlson, C. Boe, L. Peter- fz Y r ff ix 5 3 as 1 1 . 1 r . dill, R, Dickerson, S. Matteson. Row S: J. Olson, L. Fratterigo, N. Norman, C. Craw, C, Baker, E. Par- sons, Larson, S. Stimson, S. Lodestro, P. Winslow, son, W. Parment, S. Chambers, V. DiMaio, V. Swan- R. Cross, W, Saulsgiver, R. Stahley, D. Adsit. Row son. Row J: A. Marlett, C. Anderson, L. Berggren, 6: j. Bardo, P. Runfola, j. Saff, C. Larson, R. Beach, j. Lindquist, N. johnson, j. Clayton, S. Nelson, D. C. Maloney, B. Rossing, L. Schrader, R. Sadowski, Abbott, il. Dahl. Row 4: Mr. Lindholm,'F. DiMinuco, R, Terry, P, Fonti. J. Sampson, I. Town, E. DiMaio, j. Perkins, C. Cove- 7alcav 6 3314 Thirtyathree years ago, a group of students ,consisting sf juniors and Seniors started the publication of a school paper. This paper was of course "The Falcon." For 33 years, the dif- ferent staffs have worked hard and diligently on the mammoth job of printing a school paper, until we have the Falcon of to- We day. So, its "hats off" to the Falcon on its 33rd year and to Frank DiMinuco for making this year a success. we 'ii' .5 ?alcon 369 do 3. '54 140:65 'ss Through the untiring efforts of the Falcon Staff and excel- lent cooperation from the entire student body, the Falcon for this school year was judged to be one of the better school papers published in recent years. Each succeeding issue showed some improvement and the staff was lauded by administration and faculty alike for their help in raising the standards for the publication. Many innovations were used to better the paper. New col- umns were started and other old hackneyed columns which had been used for the past several years were discarded. All in all, we think our paper was a huge success. 'F-Q 'i ses :H ,ii f,,. '5 . . Realiz- ftae. " -. ' 1' "s-'fu 0 , H FRANK DIMINUCO, Erfifnr ,.' g'?u Q12 Wkfiwanf 'w,..., My Row l: R. Stahley, B. Saulsgiver, J. Wiseman, W. Sadler, G. Rob bins, K. Matteson, W. Trcni. Row 2: Mr. Matteson, F. Vincent, G Stevenson, V. Boyd, W. Smith, B. Terry. Row 3: F. DiMinuco, I. Schrader, R. Sadowski, C. Maloney, J. Saff, P. Runfola, P. Fonti. Row l: j, Amcnta, B. Calabrecse, R. Frank, j. Aiken, C. McMillan, N. Carlson, J. Olson. Row 2: C. Anderson, L. Berggren, S. Nelson, xl, Dahl, N, johnson, D. Abbott, J. Clayton. Row 3: M. Tubbs, D. Adsit, j. johnson, J. Dahl, S. Matteson, P. Winslow, S. Lodcstro, C. Craw, J. Anderson, S. Palmeri, Miss Kersten. Row 4: J. Cobb, C. Covedill, E. DiMaio, E. Myers, N. Norman, E. Parsons, C. Larson, J. Lindquist, S. Matteson, K. Hallett, N. Howig. , ...lag ,IE ff, 3 -wg., ,rzqvjx frtff-rig:-:j '79f:i7'L: ERIE 'i 1 7.:1'tqjg'5' W 7 XXX ' X X 'L f Q. 0 1 Q J 5 4 X 555 Front: D. Swanson, R. Morton, N. Hunt, "Mascot," J. Moran, M. McKain. Row 2: R. Alexis, C. Boe, R. Brands, C. Anderson, V. Mat- tison, L. Carlson. Seated: J. Johnson, D. Crandall, Miss Reno, J. Sampson, S. Covey. Standing: J. Keith, A. Price, C. Stearns, B. Smith, C. Anderson, J. Kent, G. Cole, B. Marsh, D. Dallas. 'land A xxx i 1 Y? Yi 4- CH? I Nmi Ox, I , 015. . if Egg! -A, . R -as I 0 Row 1: S. Colera, R. Lodestro, S. Stornes, J. Hallett, C. Cochran, D. Steward, B. Hallberg. Row 2: Miss Thomas, A. Leach, D. Wick- strom, R. Fredrick, L. Johnson, A. Price, D. Foster, S. Covey. Row 3: B. Abers, B. Cowan, J. Card, N. Main, B. Rowan, N. Hallett, N. Howig, J. Bernard, S. Parment. I.-'56 DK ir Q ff-'K " dl Q:-an 5.41: E::w::.l3lfl'ri'f,' it Q gf ' Cxx . 21, Q 2, J X.. V jan Row l: R. Frank, A. Marlatt, N. Norman, Mrs. Willsic, J. Dahl, C. Larson. Row 2: Ll. Cobb, L. johnson, B. Swanson. Sp 'la Ltsstnaa Row l: K, Roberts, C. Shoup, R. Young, E. Boc, D. Young. Row 2: Mr. Shoup, D. Men, M. Young, R. Baker, bl. Breth, B. Cross, L. Beighrol, M. Thompson, R. Shoup. A. Leach, R. Rudd. Row 3: D, Stewart, R. Samuelson, J. Finley, D. Prince, D. Wickstrom, R. Guy, D. Walker, G. Colburn, R. Nollinger, H. Walker. 'Z , - 6 .412 f f 'al .al Q , fix .af as l . V , 3019 1 Gia 'i -Q5 l 1 ,Wu muff f , ' fa ...fif -5 -1 an bd 6 1. ... W u 'U O f-I Has, K. h Da Q E c w L.. Q .. U Q4 .J sf Q W 1. 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Ray- J nderson, Crandall, C. Larson, C A Scoma. H, gren, A. LJ, Ga: S hir, U5 clay, D. C if Fred . julmyun, R. Hoenc, j j. penza, Dis ck. Row 5: R. bu J. Card. h I Z ,Z Muoic L. Walker, V. jones, G. Williams, B. Smith, M Pattison, G. Marrison. Us A. gussc ersfill' Voxlcn' Lindstefliw D5 llzxinccllo' rch Mr' , . u ' U. l0lms0n'nlv,. wmlplcib Larson' R' A550 ' Rig X. ' iv. An ,mn M' ,mC 1 loncs 0. L L l Vaffcuc' 'Y mann. l' Owns B' Kham . G. W' Smnh, C. Anderson, P. Winslow, N. Norman, D. Anderson D. Anderson, G. Williams, W. Sadler, l. Lamb, S. Lodestro, D. Ingersoll, l. Town, N. johnson, D. Davis, A. Russell. l gm 'im eatin' outa my lmml. liasy, Coach, easy! Remember your ulcers! Miss Goodin ...,.,,,,A., A....... J uanita Turner Shalimar Ames ,........, . H ,Elvira DiMaio Miss Clendenning ,A...A. ...... Z ...Eva Parsons "Midge" Murphy ....,..,, ., -Dara Anderson Miss Ogilivie .....,.,,,. ...,... A udrey Russell Faversham Lightly .s,., ,, ..,, Francis Vincent Mr. Harper .,,,.,,,,. ...... D uane Larson Tallulah Ploetz ......,,,., .,...... , , , ,Patricia Winslow Coach Guthrie ,,,,, ......Y L ewis Stearns Ronald Sassoon ..,.. ,,Gary Stevensong Ronald Baker Mr. Lundquisr, ,,.. ....,,...,.............,,. W alter Smith "Tick" Tok ,,,s.,. .... ........Iv:1n Town Pamela jones ,t,.,,.. ,,,.,.. S ally Palmerig Joyce Aiken Mrs. Ratchet. .,., , ..., ,Corinne Covedill "Buzz" Bailey ...,., i...........,,..,,..,... R ichard Shoup Miss Dill ,,,,s,. ,,,,... M ary Ann Rumiano Elmer B. Ames ...,,.. .,..,,,, L eslie Sehnars Directed by .V...... ,,,,,, ...... W i lliam Ayres ii Q right-Napoleon! Go play School teacher, junior! Guess l fell axleep. .QL 5 BW! PP H Q 3 if i S f X ...H--f A.. wqwf '- .W-QL, WW 'WX an .-cs. J A W' -' 14, , 'R' x 1' , .NR xv Q- 9 - rw wwf' ,. ' , Af- w SUQPS 3 i 1 E F' LI nf 49" uf , .if 8, V. YV.. N ti 1. L- A ,mini 5' , -nr my- Akzrf N.. Y M 'N 4' 4 M rw Pm, ww' , A-1 mm awww :,, 1, 6 Row I: F. DiMinuco, K. Matteson, S. Nelson, 1. Clayton, S. Palmeri. Seated: S. Matteson, C. Covedill, E. DiMaio, N. johnson, B. Cala- breese, S. Colera, R. Lodestro. Standing: Mr. Cadwell, C. Larson, G. Stevenson, L. Schrader, I-I. Marker, D. Young, R. Shoup, 1. Smith, S. Lodestro, K. Lodestro. HONOR SOCIETY Pres.-Janet Sampson V. P.-Barry Rossing Sec.-Audrey Russell Treas.-Dorothy Ingersoll STUDENT COUNCIL Pres.--Chuck Larson V. P.-Bill Chandler Sec.-Sally Lodestro Treas.-Tom Anderson CAMERA CLUB Pres.-Frank DiMinuco V. P.-Sally Lodestro Sec.-Nesta Johnson Treas.-JoAnn Clayton HI-Y Pres.-Louie Schrader V. P.-Clark Maloney Sec.-Treas.-Frank DiMinuco Chaplain-Ronnald Stahley MI-Y Pres--Dorothy Ingersoll V. P.-Dara Anderson Sec.-Nesta johnson Treas.-Betty Calabreesc SPANISH CLUB Pres.-Roberta Frank V. P.-Audrey Russell Sec.-Pat Smith Treas.-Shirley Funcello F- CLUB Prcs.-Clark Maloney V. P.-Sally Lodestro Sec.-Treas.-Irene Lamb GLEE CLUB Pres.-Joyce Lindquist V. P.-Lois Berggren Sec--Janice Olson Treas.-Roberta Frank LIBRARY CLUB Pres.-Barbara Abers V. P.-Nancy Howig Sec.-Sylvia Colcra Treas.-Nancy Becker X V N N f X-K q XXX 1 S fzffy fy! A X-Q S.:-M ' 5 ,ft . -' L W ' 1, ,2 X 'S Y Q q Lx3.,v,,?H,..,,.:.,,, 7 L: .BI ki..,,.F,W.E , 'f'MlF2..f.E-a?'Y1"Yl, f z- f f i :n A ' MQ, asa we M .L,, :-. gi. . . .- 3 L 3' '4 .V. f.. ',A, . 1 as W. ., K 5-9 ,,,, ' ' .f .',. . 5 .16 "f: .Ai , 1 , t - M A ...f ' 16 Q, - V, ..vy.: - ?:l,l,, , .: ,fx if Wilt . 1 4115 1 ' H Ml ' Wiron-Southwester -clash N" in 'what "the mmm who kind Ra I arxveiit A k V, Y cpexjfg tes favcu nd Gowanda's rum... , ve same Gowanda team. fx the second half, swept Falks. 31-13. here flzturc HS noon before a good tumo 31' It was the battle of the '31 tion against the single v THE YABDSTK lin wsu do P 10 First Yard-I Pa ss!! :za 163 urs 9, 4. Pr 53 ni i 2 ey 2 :lax 2 NK 95 run 22 40 Yd 'H-From nk --Q--N7 nb My K ..L, Ni 1 W, Xa . ' nz... f L 4 A ahy"Paic1c, iw. My foack Dick Shoup tore ur Men Horde must, In Gowanda 'Out' erful Southw' U before hlniini - 3 I can-u i s X' s.,'I'l1 mi mm 13 nd - 'MF N52 he afum i Ak fn jr' i A 'R up and t ' flat who Q ' ' ist of Q 89 Q5 ! WNFR ie "' 'I Q Q" HD 9 K wiors' own end 'z1 U, I lic safety to give Q ' ...KS a 2-0 advantage' W "Mm me half ore Tw ce 0 in Q, on M ' N, ,A un a'5 9 , i ffffff for fatgxies in the ui p 0 2, X pefioa to no doubt about 'm ' OU COTT10. K ' S 4 of .10 'WP Hard-nmning Vince Boyd, og . , Y, S ' QQ ating out of the halfback slot q Vx X Falks' single wing- offer Dux Q t . 0 . Q over' for both scores ai sm 115 L Q .diss sent to punvd 4 , 13' 6 'Wes to wffhfn me ,fl .n, mor , H.. Bididnt get it off. A whole bf A , du d, 7. ' fm-en . - Q ,, i ix ,.ntfPanShex's raced in to DIV , CQ 5 gained on Vi go,-413, ' , .andaglnanky Ed Scott picking 5 f De Esiupl fn f quart , the score after a short gf I - ng "" The ggening xuinuly lr - 'W 5 F9 V' Mid . on pericxkfivurih 3 1,1g'1'ter fou ni. ., 5 ' mid k , , epied as nfn to materialize ' Ciowa pass.. on .1 ner's 45.5xQ4ning A mc, bringing aboui 'wmv i y ' Latex' ni the Go ndas 23 .Nm 21 changv, wf hunts. Halflow. 1 'gSpa1- ' Fink sm a rcvezsfi-el Led to ilconerk 15. A hard 77 fo C but sf sd quick!! fl pilvhed Bic 'ging I for vd fo fum f Q O Wm bulls iss to C1 Ialonsg' whogi ncingi h of l ' pathos, it in pp intoik Q a ,Q 1. Au , 3 N 'nv end zone. QPL.. 'mini 'nf couple of ffnffifz my WG 0 'mr inmevccption sci up iylgleiyarcib DickdScne' :gg dip A If nd six-D0int.eij wi mica thgzx. 4 t an cut- w-Wm ml I' 10Q3i?i1n2ul?56ibHfggt12ggt an li d of 95,13 Shoup hui-d over vhe fn. ' pn SPfilCic inn other elnranl m give me invaders 8 ' skfup :and Falconelng 1843, halffime btllgen V .nerr fa Andi Stew Marred by cxcesnwe fumbling Run P 'E i 5 and Puhgmo neithgr squad was able to come , Panmem C 1 up wuh anything that iesembled f inf Ewing Uimsfzs lgghgf-oring punch! in the logy third ' --ms. PW' . o .UE Before me Cuban ' dented ffiirt, Fink du , 72-yard "'- e 5 ' ms o ' rote Bu res? Ins got On diron up ste their fi ,est pigs Sttarns A Season: UP -Fxfiyee. ancient 5 Mggnn: dell Falcons V, 2 P. M. Sm Q mm 54-- This is the place, the F.C.S. gym. The date is Friday the 13th, the time is 7 :S0. We were working the night game out of Benson's office. My name's r Bishop, I'm a coach, this is my partner "Sherlock Watto." We had a murder on our hands. Yes, somebody had shot a basket in cold blood. It is our job to find' the killer. We were to view a line-up in 10 minutes down in the Boys' locker room. All the guys had records. At 8:00 we entered the room, the lights were bright and the whole faculty squad was there. At 8:05 the "cons" appeared on the 1 screen. First in line was Vince Boyd, alias "Bones." He was a 10-yearer charged with double dribbling without a permit. Next in line was "Blackie" Saff, wanted for breaking training. Then came "Slippery" Shoup. He was up for roughing under the boards. A guy named "Rod" Sadowski was next. He was convicted of driving for the basket after dark on a iunior operators license. Next there was "fatso" Piazza. He was caught taking bananas from the fruit market to eat between quarters. Then there was "shootin' " Steve wanted for hooking shots from mid-court. The big Swede was next in line. He was up for assaulting a referee who gave him a raw deal. Of course the "Goose" was in the line-up. This time he was transporting a stolen basketball over the 10-second line. Next there was "lefty" Spark who was hiding behind the 10th amendment. He planned the violent over-throw of the cheerleaders. After practicing all summer he still couldn't beat out "Red" Whipple for a berth with the Varsity Cheerleaders. Then came the pay-off, the last man in line. His name was Louie. We searched him and found it, a heater concealed in his sweat suit. He used it to warm the bench. Yes, we found our man. He was tried and found guilty. The sentence was 4 months at hard practice. "CUZ 5645 55 BRAD BISHOP l F'nk Chuck Piazza, Clark Maloney, Vince Boyd, Dave johnson Lefc so Right: jim 1 , ' k Shoup, jon Saff. Gary Smcvenson, Louie Schrader, Chuc ' 1 .al wr un., D 4mm ..,.. ..,,, II2f Xvrg .. ..: g ,., " I ..,, .. H. ...n.. ..a 1. ..ul .. .fn-.ns up -.... . gi L x a p, I .....ZL.. ......q,, u Kvlu: ll. Scum, S. Colcra, CQ. Cloowcr, S. Nelson, N, Ckarlwn, R. Imlusmm, X '1 93 Row I: S. Abbott, P. Hitchcock, W. Treni, K. Matteson, W. Sad ler, D. Graham, D. Mee, Captain. Row 2: R. Johnson, D. LcBaron C. Stearns, L. Van Guilder, J. Parsons, -I. Horn, G. Carter, C. Fio- rella, G. Leonard, Mr. Watto, Coach. Row 1: M. Crone, Mgr. B. Everson, L. Lodestro, B. Vollentine, P. Fonti, B. Chandler. Row 2: D. Mee, J. Parsons, R. Camarata, B. johnson, D. Camarata, D. Campisano. H. Crandall, N. Wakefield, M. Rich. 6 Row l: D. Dallas, C. Brands, V. DiMaio, B. Chipmnn. Row 2 Piazza, C. Anderson, P. Cornwell, D. Raybuck. 6 O k - Row 1: D. Larson, J. Ramsey, D. Wakefield, l.. Fuller, C. Waddingron, V. Alessi Row 2: D. Huckelberry, D. Youngberg, D. Mays, N. Digirolamo, C. Swanson, T Anderson, G. Mattison, Mr. Fedorka. Row 3: R. Maloney, S. Abbott, D. Wickstrom D. Dye, L. Tubbs, P. Norman, G. Williams. fi Forcground: G. iviattison. Row 1: W. Persell, G. Benson, L. Tubbs, j. Chrisrianson, B. Cobb, D. Nwakefield, C. Waddington. Row 2: D. Mays, D. Smith, R. Smith, R. jcnscn, B. johnson, il. Finley, L. Fuller, K. Lyon, K. Shearer. Row 3: B. Caswell, A. Swanson, T. Anderson, D. Huckelberry, B. Speas, D. Weimcr, il. Tracy, I.. Sauls- givcr, J. 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Bicycles Johnson Outboard Motors Sales and Service CHARLES M. SMITH, INC. Insurance, Bonds Notary Public 9 South Work Street Falconer, New York Phone 3882 BEST WISHES TO THE Clan of 195 5 BUCKWHEATS Blue Sunoco THE M CONGRATULATIONS ONARCH OFFICE SUPPLIES INC Everything for the School and Office 111 E. Second St. Jamestown, N. Y. Phone 4184 NATIONAL WORSTED MILLS LCO N EW YORK JoHNsoN's FRIENDLY SERVICE BEST WISI-IES TO THE CLASS OF L, Johnson, Prop. 1955 Mobilgas at Mobiloil 34 East Main St. Falconer New York GEER DUNN BEST WIS!-IES BUSKIST'S NASH West Third St. 1551 East Second St. Jamestown New York Jamestown, New York Nash Sales and Service Phone 6904 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS BEST WISHES KENNEDY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT LEVANT RED 8: WHITE Kapufcimki Brof. Phone '74-360 Phone Kennedy 2-745 TASTEE-FREEZ CONGRATULATES the Clam of '55 America's Most Popular Frozen Dairy Desserts- Cones, Cups, Sundaes, Malts, Shakes 8: Take Home Containers. "Always Served Fresh from the Freezer" Tastee-Freez-Rich in Flavor-Low in Calories TASTEE-FREEZ Route 17-East Falconer, N. Y. X When You Finish High School, Consider The .IAMESTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE For Additional Training in the Secretarial or in Accounting Fields This is the only school in Western New York approved by the Board of Regents for Medical Secretarial training. Approved by the Veterans Administration and Rehabilitation Bureau. For full information address: JAMESTOWN BUSINESS COLLEGE 317 Cherry St. Or Phone 4852 CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS TO TO THE CLASS THE CLASS OF of 1955 1955 FRED'S MARKET MAIN STREET and PUG'S RED N WHITE STORE BARBER SHOP 2 E. M ' S. Falconer New York 5 am t Falconer New York ROYAL ELECTRIC AND APPLIANCE CO. Furniture and Appliances Electrical Contractor Falconer New York Phone 3027 Take Your Doctor's Prescription IO CARLSON'S PHARMACY ll West Main Street Falconer, New York Phone 36-375 Gunnard S. Carlson Reg. Pharmacist -.l BEST WISHES TO THE Clan of 1955 THE COQUETTE COMPLIMENTS TO the Clam of 1955 THE MAYFAIR SWEET SHOPPE Home Made Candies lce Cream 84 Fruits CONGRATULATIONS CLASS GF 'S S "THE JAMESTOWN AREA IS YOUR FUTURE" JAMESTOWN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JAMESTOWN, N. Y. OUR HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 1955 The First National Bank of Falconer Falconer, New York Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Members of Federal Reserve System TERRY LUMBER Ellington, New York Buyers of Timber and Logs Phone Ellington 2585 The Year Book Staff would like to express its thanks lo SHERMAN PETERSON S MARKET MR. WALT LARSON 168 South Work St or his aid and assistance in Falconer New York Ming ywbook a by developing and printing many of our pictures an 55 qw au mlm T 'Y T 1 L 4 I . 1 1 4 I R , I F I . I , 1 i . 4 in 1 5. ! .,i,. 5 . ? -lfg - ' T f. I T w ,' . I I N H' 1 x...-, I U ..'. A i QI I .. ,f"z,:f ' - . A.j,1-,,- ,,--5:-F. . ' K . X .x 1 1 1.- A .-if 51 --1: .K I' . 13' -. 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