Fonda Fultonville High School - Caughnawagan Yearbook (Fonda, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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X, W V ,I P , vt' n A 77Zw4?4aele ' sway, 4, 1 fs.-Us g me wsu eq: K It is with great respect that we, the Class of 1955, co-dedicate this yearbook to Miss Gisondi. We have appreciated her endless spirit and everlasting friendship to help us reach our desired goals. -3- We, the Class of 1955, co-dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Crane for his outstanding leadership qualities. This is only a small token of the appreciation and respect our class holds for him. Wh. ' X E Gmac Ernest Friers, Member, Douglas Dixon, Treasurer: James C, Aldrich, Supervising Principal: Manning Kested, Vice President: George Bowman, Superintendentg Alfred Markert, Memberg Willard Argersinger Clerkg Mrs, Ruth Gibson, Memberg George Friers, Member, Albert Bode, Member, Mrs. Anna Moore, Member. This school system has become a sizable institu- tion, with the consolidation of thirty-one surrounding districts, comprising two main buildings housing high school, junior high and elementary units, together with sixteen fine rural schools. The teaching staff is in now comprised of more than fifty excellent teachers and the operating expenses this year is approximately three hundred sixty-five thousand dollars. It is the function and desire of the Board to provide facilities for a sound basic educational program, ever mindfull of the importance of the three Rs in the pro- gram, Plans are in the making for further expansion and improvement in the near future. MRS, SARA MCCLEARY, MANNING KESTED, President Vice President A ' ig? s .i ' -f I 3? ' Ev' og? A ii' fir ., ,gr S15 5 r i f is ,". 5547 . 'LKL ' . . "kgs N- . 'Zflf'-' 4,139 A as Q -biiitkez MR. JAMES C. ALDRICH Supervising Principal W s1 f' A ' MR. MILLARD CRANE Principal Fultonville MRS. MARY AULT MR. DANIEL SEAMAN Secretary Guidance Counselor Fultonville 0 0 3 As I wish you God-Speed and hope for your success and happiness in the years to come, I take time to glance backward at your record through the grades and high school We hope that these years spent in school have been worth- while and that your experiences and activities here will prove to be invaluable to you in the future. In the uncertainty and tension of the present time and the days that lie ahead, America needs intelligent, edu- cated, trained citizens. A loyal citizen who knows his duties and responsibilities and privileges and who lives up to them faithfully is America's best hope for a free and lasting future. As you grow to be this future citizen, I know that you can be trusted to help build this better America of tomorrow. I MRS. MILLIE HEALEY MR. WILLIAM HOPKE Secretary Guidance Counselor Fonda MR AUGUSTINE Coach MR. BRUSH Seventh Grade MRS. HADSELL Nurse MRS. HULTS Commercial MR. HARTMAN Music MRS. LUSSO Ninth Grade MRS. HEA LEY Home Economlcs MR, MILLER Chorus MISS GISONDI Mathematics MRS. HOCH English MRS. MOORE Language H., a MISS NICIU Science ,rp 'wif gi ,. V i k.L d 3. ff. R j 1 zitzzgk S b 3 X Y MR. SCHIMMEL S cience TT MRS. E. UNGER Eighth Grade 13' MRS. PETERSON Eighth Grade MISS REED Language s MRS. PAINTER Commerce URN MR. SWENSON Physical Education jfvl MRS. M. UNGER Seventh Grade MR. TRIPP Industrial Arts MR. VAN REGENMORTAL Social Studies MR. TURNBULL Seventh Grade MRS. WINSMAN Commerce President 7 6 Vice President KENNETH BOWLER JOHN CASSIDY e A gif? - PEER 72? 5:-as H ' NC? ,f JW N :.'- wx M 1 4' N ,Q QE! ! Q3 'Mg y Q 'B' ,f JM Secretary ,h XX Q V TICZSUICI' ROBERT mums 6 4 JOHN CRANE die! KENNETH T. BOWLER " Tuney" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 President 4 Basketball - Scorekeeper 1, 2, 3,4 Student Council 3 Vice President 3 Rifle Club 3,4 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 Dramatics Club 1, President 4 Everyman has three characteristics That which he exhibits, That which he has and that which he thinks he has. " MARLENE ALTHA BOWDISH ..Mar.. Chorus 4 "A quiet little Miss is she, But likeable as a girl can be SHEILA IO BROWNELL " Dimples" Tiger 1, 2, 3 Pow Wow 4 Dramatics Club 1, 4 FHA 1, Historian 2, Reporter Morrisville Repr. 3, President Second County Vice President Morrisville Repr. 4, County Secretary Chorus 3 Minstrel 2, 4 Rifle Club 3,4 Yearbook 4 Twirler 2 Prom Committee Dimpled cheeks and a smiling face, not one could take her place." DEAN NE BURKE "Penny" Treasurer 1, 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Queen 3 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 Tall, cute and full of fun Many friends she has won. RICHARD COUNTERMINE " Dick" Senior Play 1, 2 Minstrel 4 Yearbook 4 Cafeteria 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 1, 2,4 Tiger 1, 2 Pow Wow 4 No wonder teacher's hair turns grey, I chatter - chatter all the day. " JOHN KENNETH cAss1DY HHOPPYN Soccer 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4 Secretary 2 Vice President 4 Prom Committee 3 Yearbook 4 Boys' State 3 Minstrel 4 We all gaze and the wonder grows How one small head can carry all he knows." JOHN D, CRANE "Jackie" Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 Basketball 2, 3 Soccer 2 Athletic Association 3, Vice President Boys' State 3 Chorus 1 Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3 "Bright red hair, a winning smile, To know this fellow is worth your while, " HARRY S. DERBY "Dusty" Basketball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Student Council 1 Dramatics Club 4 Audio visual aids 1, 2, 3, 4 "He who does not love wine, woman, and song, remains a fool his whole life long. " DAVID A. DOUGLASS 'Dave' Soccer 2 Baseball 2 President 2 Yearbook 4 Minstrel 3,4 Junior Play 3 Prom Committee 3 Tall, slim, and not so shy. Dave's surely one swell guy." ALTON DILLENBECK " Dill' Basketball 3 Assembly Committee 2 Student Council 3 Minstrel 4 Band 1, 2,3 Dramatics Club 4 Prom Committee 3 A trumpeter is Dilly without a doubt, we think Harry James had better watch out." DELORES IA NE DUFEL vv Duff: President 1 Yearbook 4, Editor-in-Chief Chorus 2, 3 National Honor Society 4 Tiger 2, 3 Pow Wow 4 FHA 2, 3 Reporter, Morrisville Representative 4, Treasurer Dramatics Club 4 French Club 3, 4 Rifle Club 3,4 Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3,4 Prom Committee 3 Minstrel 4 Cheerleader 4, Varsity Hair of gold, eyes of blue There's no telling what she can do." JAMES A. FIGNER, JR. ..Fig.. Baseball 2, 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Chorus 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 A hunter under skies of blue, and, furthermore, a worker, too CHARLES S. GRAY "Killer" Dramatics Club 4 Soccer 2, 4 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3,4 For Satan finds some mischief still, for idle hands to do." ROBERT FRIERS " Robbie" Baseball 2, 3,4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2. 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3,4 Student Council 1 Dramatics Club 4 Yearbook 4 Pow Wow 3 Secretary 4 He's always ready for a basketball game, Mischief is his middle name DOMNIE GUTHRIE " Domnie" Transfer from St. Francis Xavier Brooklyn 3 Girls' Sports 4 Chorus 4 Her winning smile and shining hair Can but enhance this maiden fair." ROBERT E. HAMMOND "Bone" Baseball 2 Soccer 2 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Pow-Wow 3 Minstrel 3,4 Junior Play 3 Always jolly, never sad, A smile is his fad." MARY L. HOFFMAN "Huffie" Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3,4 Chorus 3 I slept and dreamed that life was beauty, I woke and found that life was duty." JAMES HEATH uhm.. Band 1, 2, 3 Chorus 2 Athletic Association 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer President 3 French Club 3, 4 Minstrel 4 Prom Committe 3 Tis true that he is much inclined, To talk and flirt with all women kind." WILLIAM H. HUMPHREY .. Hump.. Junior Play 2, 3 Minstrel 3, 4 Pow Wow 3,4 Dramatics Club 4 Chorus 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 What makes you look so meek and shy, We know there's mischief in your eye." CAROL H. HYATT " Blondie" French Club 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Girls' Sports 2 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 Rifle Club 4 "In many ways that we could mention, Carol will surely attract attention." JANET KELLER .. Ian.. Student Council 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer Cheerleader 2, 3 Chorus 3, Secretary 4 Vice President 3 Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3,4 Pow Wow 3, Assistant Editor 4 Yearbook 4 Junior Queen 3 National Honor Society 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 Her thoughts are good, her deeds fine, her easy friendship rates a line." PATRICIA LYNN JACKSON N Patty.. Band 1, 2, 3,4, Vice President Chorus 1, 2, 3,4 Tiger 1,2,3 Pow Wow 4, Editor FHA 1 Dramatics Club 4, Vice President Yearbook 4, Business Manager Cheerleader 2, Sub. 4, Varsity French Club 3, 4 Fondettes 1, 2, 3 Minsuel 4 Prom Committee 3 National Honor Society 4 "Peppy, witty, full of fun, She has a smile for everyone." VIRGINIA LONG " Ginny" Chorus 1, 2, 3, President 4 Band 1 French Club 3, Vice President 4 FHA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer Yearbook 4, Photo Editor Pow Wow 4, Assistant Editor Dramatics Club 4 Cheerleader 4 Rifle Club 3,4 Beauty, poise, and personality, All mixed up with a little rascality." DAVID E. NEWPORT .. Newp.. French Club 3 Dramatics Club 4 Minstrel 4 "Now for a madcap galloping chase! I'll make a commotion in every place." r lh-, 55st CA RMEN OLIVER " Carm" Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Assembly Committee 4 Vice President 2, 3 Student Council 1 Rifle Club 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Yearbook 4, Chief Typist Pow Wow 4, Chief Typist Cafeteria 2 Track 4 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 I don't care how talll be, All the world looks up to me." GLORIA OCHAMPAUGH ..Gog.. Minstrel 2, 3,4 Junior Play 3 Yearbook 4 Prom Committee 3 "She is airy, young and gay, And loved to make a grand display RODGER JOHN PARRY " Rodg" Tiger 3 Pow Wow 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3,4 Secretary 3 Chorus 3, 4 Yearbook 4 French Club 3, Treasurer Athletic Association 4, President Cafeteria 2 Minstrel 4 His athletic ability is of great renown, But it's his charm that knocks 'em down." JOAN MARIE PIERCE IIJIOIU Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3.4 Cheerleader 2, 3 Chorus 3 "Joan is peppy and full of good will, Seldom seen keeping still. VIRGINIA POLLOCK " vugie' Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Prom Committee 3 Minstrel 4 A loyal companion, an excellent friend, an earnest worker and true to the end." ELVINA JANE POLIN ll El!! Secretary 1, 2, 3 Minstrel 3,4 Junior Play 3 Yearbook 4 Prom Committee 3 Tall, serene, friendly, and gay, Our Elvina walks her stately way WARREN P. ROOSEVELT ll Bug!! Tiger 1, 2 Rifle Club 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Dramatics Club 4 Minstrel 4 His car he loves with all his heart, He and his car will never part." WINIFRED SCHINDLER " Winnie" Junior Play 3 Chorus 3 Pow Wow 3 Minstrel 4 Prom Committee 3 "Sweet, little and neat, This is one girl you have to meet. " IANE SHOWERMAN ujaney.. FHA 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3,4, Vice President Twirler 2 Cheerleader 2, 3, Varsity 4 Assembly Committee 3 Tiger 2, 3 Pow Wow 4, Business Manager Dramatics Club 4 French Club 3,4 National Honor Society 4 Prom Committee 3 Yearbook 4 Not very big, not very tall, But sweet and fair and loved by all." ALICE M. SCHLOTE NAP. Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Pow Wow 3 National Honor Society 3, 4 "She is classed in a special fold, Because she has a voice of gold CAROL MARIE ANN STANTON "Carol" Chorus 2, 3, 4 Junior Queen Attendant 3 Prom Committee 3 Pow Wow 4 Tiger 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Minstrel 4 Cheerleader 2, 3, Varsity 4 She's little, she's wise, She's a corker for her size." LINDA RAE STEARNS .. Lyn.. Dramatics Club 4 Yearbook 4 Prom Committee 3 Minstrel 4 "Laughing and giggling the whole day through, Not a minute is she ever blue." ELWOOD W. SZABO "Woody" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 Audio Visual Aids 2, 3,4 Soccer 3 Track 3, 4 Safety Patrol Captain 4 Rifle Club 3,4 Sometimes early, sometimes late, For him it is worth-while to wait. " ROBERTA STEARNS .- Bert.- Secretary 1 French Club 3, 4 Dramatics Club 4 Prom Committee 3 Yearbook 4 Minstrel 4 Quiet and pleasant in every way, She enjoys her work as well as play L. HARVEY THORNTON " l-larve" Assembly Committee 1 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Soccer 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3 Rifle Club 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Student Council 4, President Prom Committee 3 Dramatics Club 4 Great in sports, good in mind, A lad of the very finest kind. DONALD C. VEEDER .. Don.. Minstrel 3, 4 Soccer 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Junior Play 3 Prom Committee 3 Don loves work and is fascinated by it, He can look at it for hours and never try it." 1 LEWIS W, WEMPLE N Lewie" President 1 Basketball 1, 2 Soccer 1 Track 1 National Honor Society 1, 2, 3 Play 1, 2, 3 "A witty fellow, always on the go, Pleasant is he and nice to know." NANCY ANN VEEDER "Nan" Junior Play 3 Minstrel 3 Pow Wow 3, Business Manager Yearbook 4 Junior Queen Attendant 3 Prom Committee 3 "A very friendly lass is she Cute and sweet she'll always be 1, K Q 1 S kg - S X sag Q STEWA RT WINSMA N "Stew" Baseball 1, 2 Basketball 1 Soccer 1 Vice President 1, 2 President 3 Minstrel 3, 4 Junior Play 3 Prom Committee 3 "To be or not to be, What does this world o 79 As we ride into town we see that these Pioneers are really up in the world. The first thing we see is a large sign, "Carmen Oliver's Haberdashery" and directly across the street we see "Jack Crane 's National Growers Corporation. " Down the street is "David's Soda Shop"- Douglass, of course. As we continue our joumey we gaze upon a flashing sign, "Warren Roosevelt's Speed Shop" with Mrs. Roosevelt, the former Nancy Veeder as his assistant. Situated right across the street is Donald Veeder's Auto Repair Shop. Near there is Shelp 8: Wamer Co. where Joan Pierce is now a partner in the business. We now step into the large newspaper office to get more information. And whom do we see sitting behind the huge editor's desk? Why none other than Rodger Parry. As we glance over the paper we see that Jack Cassidy has graduated as a doctor. Lewis Wemple, famous jet pilot, is really making headlines. On the farm page we see that Charles Gray is getting quite a price for his milk nowadays. And here we see Virginia Long's column who is head reporter of the paper. But just a minute, the women are really making the news. Sheila Brownell is now modeling in New York City. Carol Stanton just received her first golden record. Janet Keller is now the private secretary of the editor of this paper--who else? On the local scene we see that a few of our old friends have just completed college. Linda Stearns and Mary Hoffman are already working as secretaries for a large firm. Alice Schlote was graduated from Oneonta and Bill Humphrey was an R. L T. man. Patty Jackson was graduated and is now a successful teacher. Carol Hyatt has also completed her nurse's training. James Heath, also a graduate, has joined the ranks of engineers. As we turn the pages to the Society Column we see there has been a few weddings. Deanne Burke has now got a longer name to write, don't forget there are two s's. Delores Dufel made a beautiful bride for that Dumar lad. David Newport and Winifred Schindler are very happy running their huge horse ranch. Elvina Polin has now got the name of former classmate of hers--Burke, isn't it? Jane Showerman has a combined career of marriage and teaching. Also Marlene Bowdish is happily married to Lee. As we dash across the street for a little snack after our interesting newspaper review, we see a pretty waitress, why it's Gloria Ochampaugh. Sitting across the room we see two familiar faces, Robert Hammond and Roberta Steams, both famous lawyers. As we continue down the street we see Virginia Pollock's busy Beauty Salon. Inside we see Domnie Guthrie, whose art work has really brought her fame. What's this! In flashing lights we see Ken Bowler now a famous actor and Richard Countermine, Sid Caesar of F. F, C, Now we ride into the country. We see Alton Dillenbeck's million dollar farm. Right next to it is James Figner, also a successful farmer. As we tum on the radio of our Cadillac, we hear a familiar voice. It's Elwood Szabo broadcasting the local news, "Forest Ranger, Harvey Thomton has been awarded a medal for bravery in the saving of many wild animals during a forest fire. Now for the sports, Coach Robbie Friers of F, F. C, is hoping for a victory for his team which hasn"t lost a single game this season. " And now me are at the end of our journey. We say good-by and good luck to the first successful pioneers of Fonda-Fultonville Central. Mr. Roberts and Patty Picnic at Wintergreen Flats French Soap Opera wrong In Fonda, we began our first year of high school, 1951-1952 with a very successful dance and we sold candy, gum and coke at the basketball and base- ball games. Our President, Delores Dufelg Vice President, Kenneth Bowlerg Secretary, Roberta Steamsg Treasurer, James Collins led our class well. Our Student Council Representatives were Carmen Oliver and Harry Derby, and our class advisor was Mr. Gerhard Roberts, We spent our annual school picnic at Caroga Lake. In our first year of high school in Fultonville, we elected the following officers: Lewis Wemple, President, Stewart Winsman, Vice Presidentg Elvina Polin, Secretary: Jack Crane, Treasurerg Janet Keller and Robert Friers, Student Council Repre- sentatives. Our activities for the year included a food sale, cake raffles, sale of Christmas Holly, and we sponsored an Ice Cream Social at the end of the year. An annual class picnic was also en- joyed by all at Wintergreen Flats. In our Sophomore year, 1952-1953, we chose Ralph Mancini as our President and he guided our class with the aid of the Vice President, Carmen Oliverg Secretary, Jack Cassidy: and Treasurer, James Collins. Our Student Council Representa- tives were Harvey Thornton and Kenneth Bowler and our class advisor was Miss Phoebe Gisondi who stayed with us throughout our remaining high school years. In November we sponsored a "Turkey Trot" dance and a Hayrideg and coat-checking at the basketball games seemed to be quite profitable. That year ended with our school picnic which we enjoyed at Cargo Lake. Freshman President Ice Cream Social French Installation Hllllli' 'April Showers" Pancake Supper along 'l'he Sophomore year in Fultonville found us doing the same thing as the previous year, elect- ing our officers with David Douglass, President, Stewart Winsman, Vice Presidentg re-electing Elvina Polin, Secretary: and Jack Crane, Treas- urer, Student Council Representatives for the year were Janet Keller and Robert Hammond. Again this year we held food sales, sold paper and pen- cils, and sold Christmas Holly. Many new activ- ities which were added were an "April Showers Dance," a Valentine Dance, where Nancy Veeder and Robert Barker were chosen 'Valentine Sweet- hearts." We held another ice cream social and a class picnic at Wintergreen Flats, In this year a change had been made as Fonda and Fultonville and surrounding districts had been centralized in July, The Junior classes under supervision of their class advisors, Miss Gisondi and Mr. Crane decided to combine all activities immediately but maintain separate staffs as their home rooms were in different buildings. The officers for the Fultonville Junior Class were: Stewart Winsman, Presidentg Janet Keller, Vice Presidentg Elvina Polin, Secretaryg Jack Crane, Treasurer, and Robert Friers and Robert Hammond, Student Cotmcil Representatives. In Fonda we elected as our class President, James Heath, whose capability was beyond men- tion: Vice President, Carmen Oliver: Secretary, Rodger Parryg and Treasurer, Deanne Burke were our officials. Our Student Council Representa- tives were Alton Dillenbeck, Ralph Mancini, and Kenneth Bowler. 'Valentine Sweethearts' Pancake Supper Junior Minstrel Junior Mimtrel "Rodeo Rornp" iam, Hillbilly Weddin' " I Our first activity as a combined class was a "Harvest Moon Dance" followed by a "Rodeo Romp" which, because of its popularity has become a new tradition. As Easter drew near we held a "Bunny Hop." Our biggest project was our Junior Prom, "Strangers in Paradise." The Fonda gymnasium was beautifully decorated with Palm Trees, and the tables were lit with coconut shell candle lights. No one will forget dancing to the music of Garry Stevens. The Junior Queens were Deanne Burke and Janet Keller and the Senior Kings were Charles Newkirk and Hank Schroder. This was the last of the dual kings and queens. The Fultonville class sold Christmas Holly, paper and pencils, and held various food sales and also held a pancake supper, We also spon- sored a Minstrel Show with the Senior class and then held a Junior play, which was our first production, called "Hillbilly Weddin'." The class also presented a Christmas Assembly and some of the boys put on a Lincoln Assembly with the assistance of Nancy Veeder and Elvina Polin. For our class picnic that year, we in the Fultonville building visited Cooperstown, We visited the Farmers' Museum and the Base- ball Hall of Fame and enjoyed our picnic lunch and swimming at Fairy Springs. The Fonda class sold hand-painted novelties and Bergundy and Gold school emblems, both from which we profited greatly. We put on a Minstrel Show for an assembly program which everyone en- joyed. During the summer months while the stock- cars raced and during Fair week we reaped a larger fortune from parking cars and caught up with the Fultonville Juniors in finances. "Harvest Moon" "Hillbilly weddm 'Junior Minstrel" "Jl1l'li0l' Minstrel" Pancake Supper 'Brides To Burn" dztwzq As Seniors we were together as one large Senior class in the Fonda building. To start the year we elected Kenny Bowler, President: Jack Cassidy, Vice Presidentg Rob Friers, Secretary: Jack Crane, Treasurer: with Bob Hammond and Harvey Thornton as our Student Council Represent- atives. Carmen Oliver was our Assembly Repre- sentative and Rodger Parry and James Heath were our Athletic Association Representatives. Our first social event was a Pancake Supper held in the Fultonville cafeteria, with Lewie Wemple as chair- man. We were all very busy planning our year- book under the guidance of Miss Gisondi and Mr. Crane. Delores Dufel was chosen to be our Year- book Editorg Patricia Jackson our Business Managerg and Carol Stanton our Photographer Manager. Judy Pierce and Arlene Lusso were our sales "Boosters" for the yearbook in Fultonville. As Christmas drew neat we sponsored a "White Christmas Ba1l." This semi-formal dance with Many Biscotti's Orchestra was quite a success. Also in December the Dramatics Club put on a very good play "Brides to Burn" which was com- posed mostly of Seniors. In January we held a very successful "Coke Dance" and in February we had another success- ful, "Rodeo Romp." In March we staged a Minstrel Show. Every- one came to see our talent and judging by the response it proved not only profitable but very entertaining. During the Easter Vacation we went to Wash- ington D. C. and New York City for our Senior trip. We boarded the train all very excited and came back with as much enthusiasm as when we left, but with not as much pep and flat broke. With our school life behind us we now look to the future. We wish everyone in F. F.C. a very happy and prosperous Senior Year. Pancake Supper Senior Minstrel awwvgymf 'Brides To Burn" Washington, D. C ?.. to 1 .av 4 ? t Q A i . i 4 1 if Best Personality D, BURKE and I. CRANE Most School Spirit STANTON and H. THORNTON Most Athletic 0' C1258 F1i1'IS D, DUFEL and R, FRIERS C. STANTON and K. BOWLER Best Dancers Most Bashful J. SHOWERMAN and K, BOWLER V. POLLOCK and I. CASSIDY Q Wittiest J, PIERCE and R. COUNTERMINE if s Most Versatile P. JACKSON and K. BOWLER Most Likely to Succeed J. SHOWERMAN and R, PARRY 4. R 5 " . Class Genius D, DUFEL and I. CASSIDY Best Looking C. STANTON and J. CRANE Most Popular C. STANTON and K. BOWLER 66444 7041! We, the Class of 1955, being of sound mind and good intent, do hereby bequeath our priceless treasures to our fortunate underclassmen. Marlene Bowdish leaves all the black convertibles except Lee's to Marilyn Fredericks. Ken Bowler leaves his way with the women to Don Countermine. Jack Cassidy leaves his shortness to Mark Logan. Down, Boyl Virginia Long leaves her nickname, Qmust we state ity, to anyone who has the ability to keep it. Winifred Schindler leaves her boots and saddle to Shirley Smarup. Jack Crane leaves his wonderful smile to William Brooks. Alton Dillenbeck leaves his eraser to Dick DaBiere to use in Mechanical Drawing. James Figner leaves his Swiss yodel to Harold Vunk. Patty Jackson leaves her musical virtuosity to her cousin, Polly Willand. Deanne Burke leaves her driving ability to Louise Daynard who wou1dn't know a steering wheel from a spare tire. Bob Hammond leaves his frankness to Gerald Fox. Jim Heath leaves his ability to sneak out of school to James Goody who should have a car by next year. Elvina Polin leaves "Bob" to anyone who wants him. Roberta Stearns leaves her quiet and serious nature to Arletta Thornton. Rob Friers leaves his basketball ability to Jerry Peterson. Carmen Oliver leaves his ability to make cookies to Roy Williams who has wonderful luck with cakes. Joan Pierce leaves her faithfulness to one boy to Betty Ann Ripton who can't seem to make up her mind. Rodger Parry leaves his ability to knock over people in the halls to Jackie Springer who has possibilities. Carol Hyatt leaves her appendix to Mary Healey. Richard Countermine leaves his constant chatter to Paul Case. Janet Keller leaves her ability to eat and stay thin to Mrs. Painter who is always dieting. Mary Hoffman leaves her high-pitched voice to Shirley McNinny. Warren Roosevelt leaves his ability to drive with one hand to Red Gillen. Dave Douglass leaves his soda jerking ability to Bob Zentz. Delores Dufel leaves her 1932 Buick to Miss Gisondi so she can be on time. David Newport leaves his juvenile actions to Bob Collins to add to his. Sheila Brownell leaves her postage stamps to Mary Ann Alexander so she can mail her letter to Texas. Harvey Thomton leaves his brush cut to Bob Dougherty. Lewis Wemple leaves his "souped -up" hot-rod to Bobby Barker. Alice Schlote leaves her sobemess to Judy Laramy who is forever giggling. Domnie Guthrie leaves her beautiful blond hair to Beverly Howard. Jane Showerman leaves her place on the cheerleading squad to Gine Hime. Charles Gray leaves his seat in Mrs. Hoch's 'lth period English Class to anyone who wants it. Carol Stanton leaves her rheumatic alibis to Alice Thomton who never missed a day of school if she could help it. Linda Stearns leaves all her formal dates to Marilyn Monroe. Virginia Pollock leaves her class spirit to the whole Junior Class. Bill Humphrey leaves his way with teachers to Ralph Compani who needs it. Nancy Veeder leaves her talking ability to Shirley Winsman, Elwood Szabo leaves his hobbies to Robert Carlson. Gloria Ochampaugh leaves her figure to Florence Deer. Don Veeder leaves his booming voice to Robert Walker. To Miss Gisondi we leave a bottle of aspirins for her headaches. To Mr. Crane we leave the Time magazines we never read. To everyone else we leave the memories of the most talented and intellectual Senior Class of Fonda -Fultonville Central. CLASSES 2? tim! Lif QMS? . A1-,h fs First row: G. Bell, E. Gibson, B. McNinney, M. Jambo, B. Ripton, S. Dillenbeck, M. Moore, A. Thomton, E. Stockwell, D. Davis. Second row: Mrs. Hoch, S. McNinney, L. Carpenter, R. Carlson, W. Brooks, R. Walker, L. Daynard, B. Piening, M. Healey, T. Zabo, E. Frohn, B. Hart, M. Alexander, Mr. Van Regenmonel. Third row: C. Hatfield, M. Fredericks, P. Blackwood, G. Peterson, B. Hayes. S. Manley, S. Smarup, M. Wemple, N. Ingersol, G. Gifford, W. Smith. Fourth row: B. Barker, R. Gillen, M. Knowlton, P. Case, H. Vunk, G. Fox, E. Hinkle, D. Countermine, R. Compani, D. Case. Fifth row: R. Williams, N. Lusso, M. Logan, J. Goody, R. DaBiere, R. Zentz, R. Dupree, J. MacPhai1, A. Bowdish. With Mrs. Hoch and Mr. Van Regen- mortel as our advisors, this year's y Junior class has been most successful. gi, In October we had a Harvest Moon I r s Dance, followed by a Sadie Hawkins s - R we if Dance in November. Our next activ- 1, , vw 3, ity was a pancake supper in Decem- R . ' ' ber. In February we held a variety show displaying the talents of our president - L MNPHAIL class. Our biggest and last activity Secretary - R. WILMAMS was the Junior Prom in which a Junior King and Queen were crowned. y ss is , , T Vice President - M. KNOWLTON Treasurer - L. DAYNARD . p A , President - G. SCHRODER This year, we, as Sophomores, set out a truly combined Fonda -Fulton- ville class. Our first activity was a Halloween Dance that was very successful. Our next big activity was a spaghetti supper in January. After that we had two more successful dances, one a Valentine's dance at which a King and Queen were chosen. The other was an April Showers' Dance that concluded our activities for the year. We are looking for- Secretary - J. SPRINGFD t. in f 3 ward to two more prosperous years s F 2 'E 2' in high school. A S . Vice President - J. ANDREWS Treasurer - R, COLLINS First row: B. Gibson, L. Eads, C. Calhoun, N. Klingbeil, I. Winsman, P. Rose, C. Conte, B. Bonanno, A. Howard, S. Bowdish. Second row: Miss Reed, R. Schlote, P. Willand, B. Cook, D. Newkirk, C. Fonda, G. Weigel, J. Long, J. Shafer, L. Anderson, R. Bowdish, G. Rutherford, H. Reynolds, Mrs. Moore. Third row: R. Fonda, G. Spannbauer, E. Humphrey, M. Moore, G. Shroeder, J. Guadagno, A. Aldrich, R. Papa, J. Bode. Fourth row: L. Bradt, J. Springer. R. Collins, K. Geesler, S. Spencer. cada First row: R. Bell, M. Smith, S. Troll, J. Manley, R. Compani, B. Kling, A. Thornton, L. DeTrag1ia, C. Derby, J. Dostal. Second row: Miss Niciu, B. Wemple, R. Kadle, G. Snell, K. Blackwood, J. Williams, D. Zannitto, H. Brand, M. Case, E. Leggerio. Third row: R. Sammons, S. Henry, B. Antis, J, Szabo, G. Hime, G. Saltsman, P. Dingman, K. Hyatt, T. Cassidy, R. Kadle, L. Bode. '7c4ZZawacZZe First row: A. Carlson, J. Pierce, M. Lusso, K. Hammond, D. James, J. Keller, S. Richardson, D. Baker. Second row: D. Hojohn, A, Lusso, A. Steiger, J. Laymon, S. Karaban, V. Karaban, I. Winsman, M. Monroe D. Loucks. Third row: L. Wohlgemuth, D. Veeder, J. Anderson, T. Hayes, J. Fiorentino, L. Janetski, C. Hojohn. Fourth row: L. Coddington, K. James, J. Moore, A. LaP1ant, W. Smith, Mrs. Lusso, R. Anderson. , Y Q E im :X ffm , O S-We ga wx N- M,- - yr YF ig, 3? 5 's"', ? R .il . xi is , .. wa . '- Y' Wins - X Q, X A 3 S 'Q Rf as SX 1 , MQ' X XL.., 1, Y . . x . W .. K.: ,, - ,SS Fw w x g S? f .S ,X 'F 'nd'- . , ' ft pike, .L.,f,...-' 1 g 'rv' 'A' . , 'TURN' f 1 X Q' iawqx -1 'K Q -K 2 s . sw we 'Sfwks . gn 2 I .EQ f Qi ' - I f ' 15-P' Z Q S Q J Ex? y 4 i ls X, WL 5,8 ,B Q L, X iv ' Il' W Q , .. am all ff? X. . :.'Q - Ji f Q if Q? i Sf 'S I 1 ff: ' , Q A ggx E .. 5 . I ag, r ? Pgmwi wi.: Seven!! Qaeda cada First row: G. Pearsall, C. Hinkle, R. Meyers, R. Klein, K. Siebe, S. Szabo, J. Compani. Second row: J. Bell, C. Humphrey, T. Ford, P. Countermine, D. Newport, S. Manning, P. Bowe, L. long, C. Lampman, V. Fox, J. Antis. Third row: Mrs. Unger, B. Sargalis, A. Jackson, R, Marchronne, L. Oare, M. Frohn, C. Stearns, D. Adebahr, P. Troll. Fourth row: M. Brookshiser, D. Ebar, G. McRedmond, C. Mancine, W. Gray, R. Sammons, M. McGowan, F. Hoffman, M. Fonda, B. Wemple. eaewid Qzade 7aZL'aawcZZe First row: Mr. Tumbull, R. Borst, E. Peining, I. Lavoy, D. Wemple, J. MacPhai1, A. Doyle, Mr. Brush, Second row: N. Borst, N. Fredericks, M. Zentz, T. Harvey, J. Harvey, S. Bowdish, S. Hayes, E, Emerson, C. Beauts. Third row: L. Luft, R. Youngs, G. Grandy, R. Colling, H. Brooks, P. Swartz, R. Humphrey, K. Friers, G. Mal-rain, Fourth row: R. Veeder, N. Vanevery, J. Williams, W. Schylur, C. Lazzaro, J. Elliott, M. Jambo, D. Hand, J. Francisco, H. Faulknor, H. Emken, C. Brooks, F. Wojcik. VXD X Y ff vfj .iii 31 E 5 5 E 1 First row: J. Cassidy, R. Parry, C. Stanton, P. Jackson, D. Dufel, Edit0r MISS G1SOUd1 Advisor, Mr. Crane, Advisor, V. Long. Second row: R. Friers, R. Countermine G Ochampaugh, C. Oliver, W. Roosevelt, N. Veeder, L. Stearns, J. Keller H Thornton R. Stearns, J. Showerman. Editor-in-Chief- - Business Manager- - - - - Photography Manager- - - - Photography Editor- - - - Feature Editor ---- Copy Editor ----- Organizational Editor- - - Chief Typist ----- Treasurer- - - - - Delores Dufel Patricia Jackson - Carol Stanton Virginia Long - - Janet Keller - Alice Schlote Roberta Stearns Carmen Oliver Virginia Pollock Art Editors- - - - - - Jack Cassidy, Rodger Parry Sports Editors- - - - Harvey Thornton, Robert Friers With the Indian Head as our seal accompanied with a pioneer theme, we the staff ofthe 1955 Caughnawagan, have composed a yearbook that we are extremely proud to display. paw 704401 First row: S. Brownell, Mrs. Hoch, Advisor, P. Jackson, Editor, V. Long, Assistant Editorg B. Zentz. Second row: C. Oliver, D. Dufel, P. Willand, B. Bonanno, C. Conte, R. Countermine, R. Parry. Third row: I. Showerman, C. Stanton, B. Ripton, I. Williams, G. Bell, A. Thornton, J. Shaffer, C. Calhoun, B. Cook, G. Schroeder. Fourth row: B. Humphrey, J. McPhail, M. Knowlton, M. Frederick C. Hatfield, E. Colling. muh: 374441 Wow Seated: B. Bobilin, R. Ingersoll. J. Ripley, Y. Hayes. Second row: W. Schuyler, H. Hodge, J. Sornberger. J. Williams, F. Hemigle, H. Faulknor, J. McPhail, M. Zentz, E. Piening, S. Grisel P. Ripley, M. Richardson, D. Hand, C. Lazzaro. Back row: Mr. James Turnbull. First row: P. Willand, A. Thornton, R. Williams, C. Stanton, Mrs. Moore, K. Bowler, P. Jackson, R. Friers, C. Hyatt, D. Davis. Second row: I. Showerman, B. A. Ripton, B. Cook, B. Bonano, S. Dillenbeck, R. Stearns, L. Stearns, C. Conte, C. Calhoun, G. Bell. Third row: V. Long, B. Hayes, S. Manhey, P. Blackwood, B. Steenburg, J. Shaffer, M. Moore, A. Dillenbeck, C. Oliver, B. Peining. Fourth row: J. Goody, R. Zentz, C. Gray, I. Bode, W. Humphrey, D. Dufel, S. Brownell, I. Springer, H. Thorn ton, G. Schroeder, R. Countermine. This year, there has been a new organization of the Dramatics Club under the direction of Mrs. Moore. The officers elected were as follows: President, Kenneth Bowler, Vice President, Patty Jackson, Secretary, Carol Stanton, Treasurer, Roy Wil- liams and Executive Committee, Alice Thomton and Robbie Friers. The Dramatics Club presented two plays, one in December, a comedy called "Brides to Burn" and another in the early spring. ew 4-1 - A Q. First row: J. Goody, D. Dufel, Miss Reed, Mrs. Moore, I. Springer, R. Zentz, I. Williams, G. l-limes. Second row: I. Troll, J. Manley, D. Zannitto, T. Hayes, E. Leggiero, C. Conte, C. Costa, B. Ripton, P. Jackson, E. Gibson, B. Gibson, A. Schlote Third row: H. Thornton, P. Willand, A. Thornton, C. Hatfield, H. Vunk, E. Colling, N. Ingersoll, M. Frederick, V. Long, G. Spannbauer, G. Weigel, I. Long, G. Schroeder, J. Dostal, M. Case, M. Moore, J. Shaffer, J. Bode, I. Pierce, J. Showerman. fiaaemdlff ' S, Szabo, R. Compani, I. Kling, P. Rose, C. Oliver, D. Davis, Mrs. Fogarty, Mrs. Anderson, Mr Van, Mr. Tripp, Mrs. Hoch. First row: C. Derby, A. Thornton, I. Troll, J. Manley, B. Gibson, E. Leggiero. Second row: J Laramy, I. Williams, D. Dufel, G. Bell, D. Davis, Mrs. Healey, B. Cook, G. Hime, C. Conte Third row: D. Zannitto, B. Peining, B. Amis, B. Bonano, B. Steenburg, M. Brand, D. Siebe, S Brownell, V. Long, S. Meyers, P. Willand, I. Long. President ----- - - Donna Davis Vice President- - - ' ' Judy Williams Secretary- - - - - Geraldine Bell Treasurer- - - - Delores Dufel Reporter- - - - Mary Healey Historian ----- - - Georgina Hime Parliamentarian- - - - -Carolyn Conte Song Leader ---- - Barbara Cook Chapter Mother- - - -Mrs. Roy Williams MOTTO 'Towards New Horizons' Q . , ik' 5 ,A iZi-,i. ,k I . SQ 2. Q Q , Q Q . E A M f A xr 5 xy Nil gf G K an A 4 V, X SQ ,im 9 is L QL 6 5 fi 'Q 5 L X i Q .1 , X Q .Q , F' 5 4 f QP :Sy . Q' F' Q., f' 'W 'Aww ., 1 ,fx ,, 5, , g R 5 5 wg 1 Q asf' " f f fri, 21 . s A XY! E H wr 11 Q 5 Q 5 A 5 ' , Q 1 f a f y LQ l L f S 5 f i Q 1 Q jfjjaf ,,M, N I w Front: Mr. Miller. First row: G. Weigel, I. Showerman, I, Laramy, B. Ripton, S. Dillenbeck, A. Schlote, E. Leggerio, A. Thomton, E. Gibson, C. Camoun, C. Stanton. Second row: J. Long, J. Shaffer, C. Fonda, B. Cook, S. Meyers, B, Banano, S. Bowdish, P. Jackson, G. Bell, B. Gibson. Third row: D. Zannitto, E. Colling, E. Frohn, B. Hayes, M. Knowlton, K. Bowler, D. Countermine, B. Hammond, P. Blackwood, C. Hyatt, B. Piening, M. Fredericks. Fourth row: S. Smarup, D. Guthrie, G. Schroeder, J. Williams, R. Countermine, R. Zentz, R. Parry, R. Williams, R, DaBiere, W. Humphrey, J. Keller, B. McNinr1y, V. Long, G. Hime. First row: D. Wemple, M. Jambo, S. Hayes. J. Harvey, A. Harvey, F. Hernigle, M. Zentz, J. Francisco, Miller. Second row: V. Karaban, B. Bobilen, K. Hammond, P. Bolster, Y. Hayes, J. Ripley, S. Grisel, I. Somberger. Third row: L. Ianetski, D. James, P. Ripley, M. Richardson, G. Martin, K. Friers, J. Anderso Mr l'l J. Fiorentino, J. Pierce, T. Hayes, A. Lusso, H. Hodge, S. Richardson, M. Lusso, J. Elliott, J. Keller, D. Haud, S. Squires, A. Steiger. Third row: J. Williams, J. McPhail, E. Piening, E. Vunk, H. Taulknor, C. D-AAI.- I' I-.......-.. n 11--J,.. 1.1 1-,I , Q , A v- I - - -- - - Left to right: R. Meyers, P. Troll, R. Colling, R. Antis, C. Mancini, C. Piening, L. Stearns, R. Ingersoll, D. Cook, R. Youngs, W. Gray. Pam! The safety patrol is a new safety measure set up by the Fonda-Fultonville Central School to provide safety at all crossings for the pupils in the school. Many schools have adopted this method of protection for its students. Although this is our first year in op- eration, the matter is being controlled as well as possible by Captain Elwood Szabo, and his Lieutenants of the squad. Also on our side, we have the wonder- ful and sincere help of Officer John Ford, IOHN FORD and E, SZABO Spam CARMEN OLIVER HARVEY THORNTON Left Guard Right Guard NORMAN LUSSO RICHARD DABIERE Center ROBERT FRIERS Right Forward Captain f C I First row: B. Antis, M. McGowan, D. Siebe, Coach Swenson. Second row: B. Wemple, G. Wilder, A. Jackson, Coach Augustine. Third row: R. Parry, R. DaBiere, R. Schlote. W , o First row: D. Dufel, H. Thornton. J. Springer, E. Hinkle, J. Goody, R. Zentz, E. Szabo, W. Roosevelt, K. Bowler. Second row: G. Bell, E. Gibson, B. Cook, A. Dillenbeck, V. Long, J Long, S. Myers, A. Thornton, C. Oliver, S. Brownell. Seated: R. Compani, I. Cassidy, R. Friers, C. Oliver, M. Knowlton, I. Heath. Second row: C. Gray, E. Hinkle, H. Brand, I. Andrews, R. Gillen, D. Papa, H. Thornton, D. Bell. Third row: R. Compani, R. Williams, R. Parry, R. Zentz, Coach Swenson, R. Da Biere, I. Szabo, H. Derby, S. Spencer, P. Dingman. 066616403 The Maroon and Gold of Fonda - Fultonville Central School ended the soccer season this year with a 0-O deadlock with our strong rival, Mayfield. Dick Da Biere did an invincible job at the goal while Rob Friers added his fine defensive work. F-F Central wound up a season record of five wins, four losses, and three ties. The five wins were over Wells 4-2, Perth 4-0 and 8-2, and Galway 10-2 plus a forfeit. F-F also added a 14-0 non-league win over Strat- ford. The Maroon and Gold tied Wells 2-2, Broadalbin 0-0, and Mayfield 0-0. The four losses were heartbreaking 2-1 and 3-2 scores to Mayfield, and 8-0 to Broadalbin and Mayfield. Captain Rob Friers led the way in scoring with a total of fourteen points. Rob also played good defensive ball, which proved to help the Maroon and Gold a great deal throughout the season. Jack Cassidy was second in scoring with twelve points. This is the first year that Fonda-Fultonville Central School completed its soccer schedule and the record shows the team has done very well. D. Dufel, P. Jackson, P. Willand, B. Ripton, C. Stanton, I. Showerman--VARSITY. V. Long, A. Thornton. J. Laramay, C, Conte, S. Dillenbeck, I. Long--JUNIOR VARSITY ' ' ,wwf ,ar nv-' 55,1 J ann.-i?' emily? First row: D. Bell, J. McPhail, N. Lusso, R. Friers. Second row: Coach Swenson. I. Heath, H. Thornton, C. Oliver, K. Bowler. Absent from photo: D. Countermine, D. Da Biere, R. Williams, .12 First row: R. Compani, R. Zentz, I. Goody, S. Spencer, M. Logan, P. Dingman. Second row: W Smith, H. Brand, R. Papa. I. Szabo, A. Aldrich, J. Peterson, R. Compani. A.., mf. - if AWWWWW YUR ffl HB4 A'g,Q2'Uf4 First row: H. Thornton. A. Jackson, Managerg C, Oliver, Third Base. Second row: R. Dupree, M, Knowlton, J. Cassidy, Second Base: I. Heath, Catcher: R. Mancini, Pitcher, K, Broisser, Centerfieldg R. Weaver, Leftfieldg T. Guadagno. Third row: R. Cunniff, R. Da Biere, Rightfieldg H. Schroeder, First Base: Coach Smith, R. Friers, Shortstopg R. Parry, Pitcher, R. Zentz, L. Reynolds, 2 COACH BOB SMITH .i ,i 4 l-fulfills 2 - ' ivuiilliviili Wm 4 , -195 18 Daemon ' 1 e 9 . queen. , , , S Y., sh P Gnd! - Fultonvllle's hoopstel-5 ms moved into a three-way tie for top 19 Q :DROPS in the Tri-County Basket- 111 Lllzue last night with .g 79.52 :victory over the Northville eager-5 bn the Fonda-Fultonville court, Fiiltonville nipping Each of the area circu Wells by a hair-raising 54-52 margin ells, The Northville Ja the geore for tlxlxeriiihlgolyxgl ng 5 . cognt of 45:51-Fultonville by 1 ed by Capt. B 1, letter-man fl'Ol1'l lastoyeaifithzy fig: Adglrrlped to a 12-point lead inlhe s quarter before Northville be. County Seaters Shade W it leaders won its game, Fonda- 'fm whiming down the more and ut the F-F lead to three points. ultorlvilfe outfit began to pun WNY from Noi-thville and expe,-i-Zz 0 rom this point on the Fondan ! ! v' I , ff 'V sta f I hh l " li Main summary: I d Wells ' ence no trouble i ' Field FOUlTotag Q: , ...ings-:galil iccih 'I "um"g 'hef Kibler ... 3 0 6 ' T 'I V, as 'f W8 :un forthe . D- Flood 7. 6 20 g:g:g1ywL:1lS24mpoincs wliilg Dick C. Flood .... .... 3 0 6 gohn Flood tt "n9"'UP with 21. yi, , S9 he pace for North- Cole ...... .... 6 6 18 Slle with 18 counters folio Rhodes 1 0 2 uane Sprague with 14. wed by' 20 12 52 It Pondai.-ultonville will play he t i , . Fonda-Fultonvllle uf: Canamharie on Tllcsdav gnsd Field Foul Total EH to Wells Friday evr-nillg. Friers 8 1 23 l F NORTHW'-U1 ,wal I DeBerry 9 0 18 lf.-ifl. r ,.,.,..,.........,,, ,,,, Qrhl 5 ' F' Ffa Lusso . . .. .. 0 0 0 fjfangji-L Q Ir: ---------- 'Q I: 15' Williams .. 1 0 2 , REQ-Z. 1 .,,,,.,, . jjjjQjjj:5 f 14' Thornton .. ... 1 0 2 ' Gw.1.1ii,C,'jfjjffn eeA---, -V0 2 Oliver 3 1 v gmiggl E ,..,.... II ""ff'ffg 2 2 Countermine .... . 0 2 " X Mfwlm-,'g': .'-- :Q ------- ----i --4--,.. . . 2 g ,QI 22 10 . We ""'-'---' --'i'---- - ij I fl up Officials: Cragnolin X N I"OND.x-lfl'l,1-oxvllillil: 114791 52? t ' 'H V Gi . 1 V H3551-,7 --., .,... ..,.....,.,..e,. i fi I1 P24 xx Qg5haii,' f 'iiiif' """"' 1" g fl la '-'-'-- -- 'X NN' va 52222223 2 5555575 elee 355555557 2 6 COUHt6Fhllh9 x"' """" """' ""' 7 JR 1 . ..,.,....,,.. ,,, Q 1 5. X 'TN W Kim -xxe -9 ollrla-Fult 711' ""' A' " ' A1-1 IT . ig -' e NZQOQWEW' mf. oil fx ,jk 09 5 09 e Hlfflnlillf- in 9, . Q X ixikxme gidwxpaglxs Rr-l'e-reps-lVal'nel'. 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' aw PROM COMMITTEE Richard Countermine Robert Frierg lanet Keller Elvincz Polin ldne Showermqn HUTVSY Thornton IUNIOR CLASS ADVISORS Miss Phoebe Gisondi Mr. Millard Crqng nhpmdk ' ' .4 Q, W T' -Y A I f get sl ii 5-K: .-N., . x , X 'vm . 'g' ' - J ' . N ' - . G 6 '-"" . 1 5, MNA' gsm 'N W.. www -X -.af ww----"' K X x A Q X if mi K.-X w WX- E 3 ,ff Q 1... S f E fi - -1 5 f E """! an-mi ' I NG! x fn. il A ,A Q' K xl . - I e QQJUE, Wi n. ii: , gm 4 ,M R x , 'S 52 3 ' fi ' , A -Q I gi 5 Zw f' Q J'- EQ ,,, a 5 'qt S s X Nw , ff . . E 4 s V Q m if 1 . X if fl' s wuluubif PATEGNS Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mary T. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Margaret K. Cussler and Mrs. Carmen Oliver Angie Hoch and Mrs. John Bowler Russell Van Regenmortal Samuel Douglass Shaw Curtis Chandler Earl Pollock william Szabo Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dlllenbeck Miss Mary Lou Reed Mr. and Mrs. Willard Argersinger Mrs. Marie Moore Mrs. Mary Margaret Unger Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miller, Jr. Miss Phoebe Glsondi Mrs. Millie Healey Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Winsman Mrs. Edith C. Unger Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Roosevelt Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Healey, Jr. Mr. Patsy Cassell Mr. and Mrs. Roy Painter, Jr. Miss Iliana Niciu Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Millard E. Crane George H. Montanye Ross Phelps Emdem Donald Veeder Phillip Stowitts Ward Pierce D. I. Crane Miss Cornelia Fonda Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Humphrey Mr. Roger Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Brownell Mrs. Verna Lusso Mrs. Vivian Peterson Mrs. Wavel Green Mrs. Mary Ault Mrs. Evelyn Caron Mrs. Ida Argersinger Mrs. Kathryn Yates Mr. Phillip Allen Mr. James Turnbull Mrs. Jessie Miller Mrs. William Mintz Mr. Armand Augustine Miss Helen Robinson PHOTO CEA FT' SA LES SER VICE CENTE2 COIQLETTE- Z S. Market Street Johnstown MOTORS, INC. Candid Cameras and Johnstown, N,Y. Supplies Compliments of TEN EYCK- THE JEWELER 40 W. 'Main Street Johnstown, N,Y. "The Store With a Cordial Welcome" TVVI N CITY DRY CLEANERS -1-.f 479 N. Perry St AND Johnstown, N,Y SAVE lv- DEPENDABLE ' va gggvlcf -'E 7 ED and CLAI? KS gf Cigars - Billiards WELSH 8: GREY Johnstown, N.Y. Johnstown, N.Y. X Best Wishes to Class of '55 X y Compliments of N E THAVVAYS CE NTEAL MAQKET fm-Z Z E. Madison Avenue gg--5 Johnstown, N.Y. Dial 6-3615 m IF I'l"S 6099 FOOD YOU lAl'l'-- A wif DON E N DIN El? Fonda, N.Y. General Merchandise I oglewfa 022 M54 JSON Phone - Glen 382 Best Wishes gauge Qmm Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry ZZ W. Main Street Johnstown, N.Y. Established 1868 AHEAQN FHAQMACY J. J. AHEARN, PH.C. Prescriptions - Drugs Cosmetics - Candy 43 W. Main Street - Dial 6-73 Johnstown, N.Y. 3 bv, sc: MBALLIS M5255 Fonda 7!awefw lg Wm "Flowers for All Occasions" Dial 3-7142. Compliments of TMEHER A JUNG INC Plumbing Equipment a f Gloversville, N.Y. DU neoss as :eos Hardware and Fonda - Johnstown Appliances Compliments of SI NGEI2 SEWING CENTER f75Q! "Our Home is Your Home" Mwdmkw N U IZSI NG HOME Registered Professional Nurse on Duty at All Times X Amsterdam, N.Y, Broad Street - Fultonville, N.Y BEACON 365502 740464 , FEEDS AND SERVICE N E3 EACO N M. L.LJl2lEaco. , GQAHXI 5TQg2-E Amsterdam, N.Y, Fultonville W Phone Fonda .3-5491 Thanks A k' FOI' Slng A GENERAL CONTRACTING FI N E I2 F Water Heaters - Ranges - LJ Q N I Q E Appliances Fonda, N.Y, Phone Fonda 3-7875 Your: HEALTH -JZ. 0265 Y 9 I QWQWZ Main Street - Fonda, N.Y, ! I - N . 4 ' C x BEAUTY AND GIFT SHOP Fonda 3-5291 Sports and Appliances Amsterdam, N.Y. I PAIQSGNS I NC. Gloversville, N.Y. fm! Zac Walaec . fill. Q: S Q 2 -ASTE 5 if . V- ' " -' F A fr to -ilhrvwwg.. I , f, 35-v-., 'glam . Y ' iv-rv Y 7 ff: L-1 '. ,li 2 ' " I f, ff-A-if lgffii ,Ll 'J Q 1 N. 5 L IJ, 'f K5 'E .-W.-YF'xT,f A "-H 1-A X , 2 In .- - ' " f'f"1- .u "K . ,fax SHELF? 8: VVAQN EI? International Harvester New Holland Farm Equipment Starline Barn Equipment Myers Pumps All Farm Hardware Amsterdam, N.Y. Mmhzm Amsterdam, N.Y Best Wishes Class of 1955 QLLc06Z8ffzW4fz W Sanz K Amsterdam, N.Y. Z' 3 5961 INSURANCE Cclneaf mmf, Compliments of l-21:01-9I.1:5 SI LK SHOP Amsterdam, N.Y. .JG C ompliment s of l2APELLO'5 I Arnsterdam, N.Y. J. F HEATH Fresh Meats - Groceries Frozen Food 1' Free Delivery Tribes Hill, N.Y. Best Wishes To Class of 1955 FQAN KEl.'S Mohawk Jewelers Diamond Merchants - Jewelers 111 E. Main Street Amsterdam, N.Y. ,,fNfr4F'ft',.fNf,i2'C'x'Ng:-5,-X Q 55lICE,3l ..,,.,v1 ovfx. U ' w oun ff nun rnouour GI I-il-OIdD'S hv1CfJ'T'CIJF? E5!Xl..EEEE5 Chrysler - Plymouth Sales - Service 111 N. Market Street Johnstown, N.Y. FONDA CO-OPERATIVE AMSTERDAM AUTO PARTS SEI-'2vlC:E, INC. 1' , ,, , Pl... , ...T ,......... 3.-.-., Division .Street F AND Phone 3-5231 U1 SAVE Amsterdam, t '1s4f+" ' he- N. Y. Congratulations to the Class of 1955 CENTRAL. NATIONAL BAN K csnajshsris, Fonda Middleburgh, st. Johnsville, Sh aron Springs Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. KASSON 8: KELLE2, I NC. Rf,-X Manufacturers fs! Wisco Aluminum Windows and Doors Hastings Aluminum Awnings ii? mfffmfftdatwwavvatde SENIGRS CF I955 Jon-:N m.,.1Ac:u45oN Compliments of Compliments of ICQLJCSEQ THE FAQNA com. xr on L. co. Open Evenings Fort Hunter, N. Y. Plenty of Parking Phone Corner of Bridge and E St T b H 112211 Amsterdam N. Y. C g t 1 t S Your Yearbook Photographer EICHAEDSS DONOHLJEJNC. Wbt N Yk Sp 1t1Sh1Phtgphy N .-.. W 41411114356 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE 1 Fultonville, N. Y. 1 N. Main Street Phone Fonda 3-4471 ali GLOVEESVI L.l.E SPOET SHOP "Specialists in Sporting Goods" 16 East Fulton Street Glover sville, N. Y . Best Wishes From the EIGHTH GRADE EDDIE? SWEET SHOPPE Opposite Fonda High School Park Street Congratulations From the SEVENTH GRADE Q ' 9 f Phone 34104 MW l..G. BALFOU 2 COM PANY Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges I f as wi! ?'2iKW'i Manufacturer s of High School and College Jewelry Commencement Announcements, Diplomas Medals and Trophies Your Representative HODGKINS OF BALFOUR P. O. Box 9 Schenectady, New York QOBISON af SMITI-4,INC Faultless Dry Cleaning - Laundering Twin Services "The Right Combination to Serve You Right" PON DFL! LT LUM BER COMPANY Dealers in Lumber - Mason Supplies - Hardware N Fultonville, N. Y. ! Phone Fonda 34-301 ABC 'S 98th Year Qfieaeg 1:4 Weed Qffge 126-134 Washington Avenue Albany 6, New York State Registered Veteran Approved INTEIZCI-IANGE SERVICES Riverside Drive - Fultonville, N. Y. GEORGE P. SNYDER Proprietor 1 Good Luck Compliments of to Seniors From Z CCD. J LJ NIOIQS Glover sville , N. Y . Success to the Class of '55 wzknwa mfifef The Leader in Groceries, Meats, Beverages Phone 39141 - Fonda, N. Y. "The Friendliest Atmosphere in the Mohawk Valley" - f , atfzdddwe an X tx ' 'J' Y' - W Ave' -J 1 - - - -::-- .qv -' DAIRY PRODUCTS fs. .:., sd .uw xr' -. . X TWIN CITIES Qvmyz-why Distributes Through the Following Areas: Fonda - Fultonville X Johnstown X Gloversville PERSSE BROS. ' Congratulations Compliments of to MCDESE Zr JENKINS CLEANERS - DYERS Fultonville - Gloversville Class of 1955 A265251 NGEEE "Store of Known Quality" Gloversville, N. Y. fizfyjywia lVIen's and Boys' Clothing Church St. Glover-sville Best Wishes From the EIEESI-I M EN f Floor Cleaning Equipment It's Right - If It's White W E I N GE? CCDBAPANY Main Office and Factory Fultonville, New York Canadian Factory Paris, Ontario, Canada WHITEY Monum says, 5- QSGIKWW X65 V9 'Ig X f pq 1 an ZW 5 ' SNACK BAR HARDWARE Q'I'op of Fonda Hill, Fultonville, N. Y. Quality Dairy Ice Cream K Good Hamburgers - Hot Dogs BETTY PIGGOT Compliments of -ri-1 5 M4 qw c f f' Tb OH BC 101'1eI'y ' O HCCOS ReSf:31LitjnE6:ZBar Sporting Goods - Magazines - News Phone Glen 256 L. MOSCGNI - E. MOSCONI Main Street Prop. VIRGIL DAVIS Fonda, N, Y, Best Wishes From CDVVELL. 8r I EESON, INC. 224 - 228 W. Main St. Johnstown, N. Y. Only Dodge Builds "Job Rated" Trucks F LJ LTO N V I L.L.E imma MJZMKQWW, GEORGE P. SNYDER Proprietor Precision Machine Work Phone 3-7341 Fultonville, New York Congratulations to Class of 1955 6 A I2 A6 E Buuhstsam QMS DODGE co I2 N EE Tllllllllllll Palatine Bridge Dodge - Plymouth Sales - Service Good Used Cars Dodge Job Rated Trucks Phone Palatine 33114 Compliments of Compliments of SAEQIS DEWEY E205 BEL.L..'5 Fonda AG MARKET Johnstown Gloversville Charleston Four Corners Best Wishes to the Class of 1955 A..J. DANIELS, lNC. Fonda, N. Y. Your Dealer for Kelvinator - Magic Chef I' . l ,JAME5 C. L.l Ppn E PLUM BI NG WL:-1 E-EA11 NG Hot Point Appliances - Oil Burners American Standard and Eljer Fixtures Red Jacket Pumps - Gas Burners Fonda, New York Phone 34-731 E CORNING DAVIS Ill CENTRAL GARAGE School Supplies - Ice Cream Delco - Batteries Newspapers - Magazines Tobacco - Sundries Main Street Fonda r Chevrolet - Sales - Service Goodyear Tires Gulf - Gas and Oil ..l --. L.. Phone 37-641 gift I D' E L. COFFEE sHoP Fultonville, N. Y. Dairy Bar Business Men's Luncheon Full Course Evening Meal Steaks - Chops Sea Food Compliments of aff? H OT E L. Fonda, New York Phone 3-6191 Fonda 2 Suits - Sport Coats - Slacks - Shoes for Every Occasion Fathers' Day fi! Confirmation fXJ First Communion f?-I Graduation LET US HELP : Z . '6,4:9' f4'?4' :Qt is X G X! A ?m7ffwff Zami-,M NAT! O NA L.. EAN K Fultonville , New York Best Wishes SHELL SERVICE STATION From AULT BROS. Prop. I Complete Shell Lubrication N Washing and Simonizing 6 E 0 C: E Automobile Accessories E. Main Street Firestone and Goodyear F N Tires - Tubes onda' ew York 7 Compliments of rfff fdfffw I A '5wlMf 1 M757 , INSURANCE IC E TNI 'E-D ATTORNEY AT LAW SODA SHOPPE Phone 3-4621 Fultonville, N. Y. FOHCIH, N- Y- to the Class of 1955 X was We FRED AND MARGARET Rototiller R1chey's Gardens Sales Perenmals and Service Plants and Flowers Compliments of s ecre tar1al School Glen, New York Phone 521 Congratulations to the Class of '55 THE TODD5 Tw fff' TO SUIT X a , YOUR f Xa 'V WK 1 TASTE g f BRUNSWICK In HOTEL Fonda, N. Y. WAY K N N 1 4442 Route 5 - Fonda, N. Y. Known from Coast to Coast for Best Coffee ANDY MEYER, Prop. Best Wishes L' L-I SERVICE STATION to the Seniors ff fa X from the GO0D,'YEAll,,' X TIRES SOPHOMORE CLASS Fonda, New York sf: - S 5 n1,g1IRA 4oU THE Compliments of FDA! 1214-FEE LYNCH Nj SMALL HOME CONTRACTORS Q INGS :r's:i'x!? Y ELM 15 Lee Ave. 'STORE Phone 4-8091 Fonda, N. Y. Gloversville, N. Y. Congratulations to the Class of '55 'Q F mm l2LJ BY 9 APPLIANCES BPS P ' t W4 34 -2315 Fonda, New York 'E .M Eu, +1 K,. . 3 f H w Q f w L li f 5 . Q 5 . 4 r, EC 54 131 z ,- Si mf X , if Em pw. . Y. f L.. if iff r. if , Ext! if Faye H--.VV ,, 1 , . 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