Forestville Central High School - Echo Yearbook (Forestville, NY)
- Class of 1952
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PRESEPI TED BY-
Fcjrestvi Ile Central
nIt's time to come to school.n Many generations of school
children in our village heard and heeded the call of the bell,
as it pealed its message over the housetops. When its days of
usefulness were over and the electric bells and clocks in our
new building took over its work, soft hearted alumni placed it
in its present structures, and it became a symbol of our school
The history of the methods of getting information from one
place to another is a long one. Savages beat drumsg the Indian
used smoke signals. Morse and Bell gave the Atlantic cable and
the telephone to past generations, but it took men of the twen-
tieth century to produce the modern miracles of radio and tele-
vision. These are only goals in the long quest for things above
and beyond what we have.
We have chosen television as a symbol of modern living and
as a theme for our yearbook.
We of Forestville Central School live in an age of rapidly
changing times. The old ideas are moving out to create room for
the new ones. Among these is the television set, the symbol of
the new world to be.
We, like the television set, are starting out on a new way
Behind us, our sets, our scripts, and directors have all been
planned for usg now we are to plan our own. We have made mis-
takes and we will make mistakes, but like television, we will
keep going forward, learning as we go.
It is with pride that we present this edition of The Echo.
May it preserve some of the memories and leave a record of the
Class of 'S2.
Homer W, Fleming.
For the past year "Coach" has been our class
advisor. We have sincerely appreciated his friend-
ship, guidance and understanding that has made our
last year happy and successful.
We, the Class of '52, express our appreciation
by dedicating this edition of' the Echo to the Senior
Class Advisor, Mr. Fleming.
The office clock measures time and as the day slips away,
it signals the orders for reporting in the home rooms, going to
the various classes, and marking the end of the school day.
The administration of our school plans the routine of our
days and fits the work that we are to cover into the time pe-
riods. When we are late, or miss the time allowed for a task,
there is a bad spot and confusion results in the smooth running
of the program.
There is no place where a well-timed program is needed
more than on television, and anyone who does not carry out his
plan to a split second causes not only confusion and misunder-
standing, but loss of money as well.
Edwin D, Kennedy.
Our State Constitution opens with these solemn words: Uwe the
people of the State of New York, grateful to Almighty God for our
Freedom, in order to secure its blessings, do establish this Consti-
I hope that the Forestville Central School has done its part to
convince the members of this Class that this fundamental belief and
dependence of the American--always religious--always free people, is
the best security against the dangers of these difficult days.
Being constantly confronted with the basic truths of our exis-
tance and inspired by the example of our ancestors, we hope that the
work in our school has brought
lawful authority, and that the
supporting the training in the
God, for parents, and for your
into focus and will accord respect for
school has fulfilled its function of
home, ever intensifying your love for
BOARD 0F EDUCATIO
Mr. Grover Town
Mr. Edwin Butcher Mr. Arthur Black
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The members of the Board of Education welcomedzinew member
to their group last fall. Mr. Edwin Butcher replaced Mr. Bert
Babcock who had served on the board since its formation after
centralization in 1938.
During the past two years the number of buildings on the
nschool hilln have increased until we begin to look like a real
com unity. For some time we have been planning to build a gar-
age for present and future buses. This was brought to the vote
of the people and passed at the Annual Meeting in 1951. All ar-
rangements were made, and the contractors started excavating on
In spite of a very early winter, work progressed satisfac-
torily, and the garage was accepted and occupied on February 1,
1952. After the area in front of the building has been surfac-
ed with blacktop this summer, we will have another good looking
addition to the present plant.
Fbr the first time, we have a full time guidance teacher
and a driver's training course. .Both of these additions to the
services of the school should have far-reaching results in stu-
dent life even after leaving school.
The purchase of two fine pianos has added much to the suc-
cessful functioning of the music department, and we are looking
forward to another year of continued progressive improvement.
October. 1 , 1951
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completing a given amount of work.
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corporation certifies that certain conditions have been met.
If television did not issue contracts, there would be a
great change in the entertainment it offers.
If we do not earn a diploma we will find out later that it
is harder to get a good job.
This diploma, which is a symbol of what we have done, will
help us in the years to come as television is a step in spread-
ing news and entertainment. We have worked hard for our diploma
and hope to continue our education and become successful. Tele-
vision has been on trial for many years and is reaching toward
a future of greater achievement.
SE IOR 0FFICER
D. Workoff, G. Dawley, N. McGuire, J.Everhart,
Green and White
W.Wil1S, B.Wi1kenS, J Uverhart
Motto: Today we follow, tomorrow we lead.
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Eudora Mae Cody nFull of fun and fancy freeu
F.H.A. l,2,3, Secretary h
Girls Basketball 1,2
Senior Play Cast
uDoryn will be remembered for her parts in our Junior and Senior Plays.
Without her, they would not have been a success. Her future plans are to join
Charlotte Patricia Congdon nYoung and Knot sol innocentn
Yearbook Staff Bookkeeper h
F.H.A. 2,3, Reporter h
Girls Basketball l,2,3,h
Senior Play Cast
nCharn is the youngest member of our class, but is far from being the
quietest. We all feel that History Class would not have been the same without
her. She has no definite plans for the future.
Grace Larraine Cummings nHere today, gone tomorrrown
Yearbook Staff 3,u Art Editor
F.H.A. l, Secretary 2,3,h
Girls Basketball 2,h
Senior Play Cast
nGracien is one of the best dancers in our class. She has majored in
Science and has plans of becoming a medical secretary.
Eleanor Grace Dawley nLove me, love my dogu
Student Council Treasurer h
Band l,2,3, Reporter h
Senior Play Director and Prompter
Class President 2, Student Council h
nGracieNis one of our better-natured classmates. She has participated in
all class activities. Her future plans include being a nurse.
Joan Carol Everhart nEarly to bed, early to risen
Tri-Hi-Y l,2, Vice-President 3, President h
Band 1, 2, Librarian 3,h
Chorus l,2, Vice-President 3
Class Secretary l, Treasurer 2,3,h
nJoanHis a very busy member of our class. She will be remembered for her
fine musical ability. She plans to go to Fredonia State Teachers College and
will major in elementary education.
Herbert James Everhart nGabriel, blow your hornn
Hi-Y l, Chaplain 2, Secretary h
Band l,2,3,h President
Senior Play Cast
Class President M
nTexn joined our class last year to become our class president this year.
We are proud of the parts he had in our Junior and Senior plays. He intendsto
go to college this coming fall.
Richard Allen Franwick nwhich twin has the Tonin
Student Council 2
Yearbook Staff 2,3
Hi-Y Reporter 2, Treasurer 3, President h
Chorus 3 '
Senior Play Cast
Boys' State 3
nRichn is known for the fine photographs that he has taken of the events
and students around school. He plans to be a therapist.
Jeanne Eileen Fuss nNaughty, but nicen
Yearbook Staff 3,h Advertising Manager
F.H.A. 1,2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President A
Chorus 1,3, Secretary M
Girls Basketball l,2,3,h
Senior Play Director and Prompter
l nJeannd'has participated in almost every activity that our class has had.
Her favorite interest right now is bowling. She has no definite plans for the
Virginia Marie Grisanti nSilence is goldenn
Student Council M
nGinnyn is a quiet member of our class, but is also very willing and co-
0P6PHtiVe- Her main ambition is to work in an office.
Barbara Maureen Kane uGheer up! The worst is yet to comein
Girls Basketball 1,2
Senior Play Cast
Girls Ensemble l,2,3
nMaureenhis the best-looking and the best-dressed girl in our class. She
has majored in business, but her plans for the future are indefinite.
Roger Casimer Levandoske nDevil on wheelsn
Yearbook Staff 3,14
Hi-Y 3, Chaplain h
F.F.A. 2,3, Treasurer M
Boys Basketball 3,h
Senior Play Sound Effects
VRogn will be remembered for his so-called laugh. His main interests are
tumbling and roller skating. His plans for the future are to become a mechani-
Nancy Lee McGuire nGood things come in small packagesn
Senior Play Cast
Class Vice-President 2, Reporter h
uNanceu is against the fact that she is short. She likes square dances
and wrestling matches. Her main interest right now is a maroon convertible.
Barbara Jeanne Nelson nLife can be dismaln
Girls Basketball M
Library Club 1
nBarbn is one of the quiet members of our class but a steady and depend-
able helper when asked. Her plans after graduation are to join the Womens'Air
Dorothy Mae Philbrick nAbsence makes the heart grow fondern
Student Council h
Plays 3 Prompter
Senior Play Cast
nDotn is a very cheerful member of our class. Her main interests are now
centered around a certain truck driver, and we have a feeling that this will
continue after graduation.
Donald Paul Richter nMakes mountains out of mole hillsn
Football Manager 1,2
Boys Basketball 3,h
Senior Play Stage Manager
nDonu is one of the best liked boys in our class. We will remember his
ready wit and his pleasing personality. His ambition is to own and operate a
Ada Carol Sager i NCrazy over Horsesn
Chorus l,2,3, Vice-President A
Girls Basketball l,2,3,h
Senior Play Prompter
nAceyn is one of the most athletic girls in our class. Everyone in the
class knows of her ready wit and humor. She has majored in Home Economics but
would like to become a telephone operator in Jamestown.
Janice Marie Sanders nVariety is the Spice of Lifen
Yearbook Staff Editor 3 and h
F.H.A. l, Treasurer 2, President 3, Treasurer h
Girls Basketball 2,3,h
Senior Play Director and Prompter
Class Reporter l, President 3
nJann is one of the most actiye members of our class. She will be remem-
bered for her part in directing our class plays. At present she is interested
in a '38 Chevy and has no definite plans for the future.
Donald Dana Spears nLove me little, love me longn
Student Council 3
F.F.A. 2, Student Council 3, Vice-President L
Baseball 2,3,h 1
nBuckn is the tallest and one of the most athletic members of our class.
His main ambition is to marry and have a happy life.
Betty Mae Wilkens nRings on her fingersn
Student Council Reporter 3
Class Reporter l
Class Officer Student Council 3, Vice-President M
nBettyn is part of the backbone of our class because she is always around
when something needs to be done. She is the only engaged member of our class
and plans to be married sometime after graduation.
Wilma LaMar Wills nMaiden! with the meek brown eyesn
Student Council 1
Yearbook Staff 3,h
F.H.A. 1,2,3, President M
Chorus 1, Treasurer 2 and 3
Girls Basketball M
Cheerleaders l,2,3, Captain M
Senior Play Cast
Class Officer Student Council l, Secretary 2,3,h
nPunky'is another member of our class who seems to be in everything. She
will be remembered for her good will in these activities. At present, she has
no definite plans for the future.
Donald Edward Workoff nAs cold as a cucumbern
Student Council 3, President M
Hi-Y 2,3, Treasurer A
Boys Chorus 3
Senior Play Cast
nDonn will be remembered by our class for his participation in sports and
his hgm ing. His great ambition is to become a millionaire. We think he will
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SE IOR PLAY
The Senior Class Presents
HSEVENTEEN IS TERRIFICN
Mr. H. Fleming
Doctor Allenby Donald Workoff
Mrs. wagner Charlotte Congdon
Hannah Hawks Eudora Cody
Chuck Allenby James Everhart
Barbie Allenby Maureen Kane
Janie Allenby Wilma Wills
Billy Allenby Richard Franwick
Patsy Gardner Nancy McGuire
Nancy Pomeroy Dorothy Philbrick
George Bennett Thomas Austin
Ginny Grant Grace Cummings
Hugo Jarvis Eugene Austin
Prompters Grace Dawley, Janice Sanders, Jeanne Fuss, Ada Carol Sager
Properties Donald Richter, Roger Levandoske
Programs Betty wilkens, Virginia Grisanti
E. IOR HI TORY
Our present seniors who started school here in the first grade were Wilma
Wills, Virginia Grisanti, and Joan Everhart. This trio was expanded to a sex-
tet when Jeanne Fuss, Janice Sanders, and Roger Levandoske enrolled in the
second grade. Things quieted down some when Roger Levandoske left at the end
of the year.
Everything was going swell until the fifth grade when Richard Franwick
entered and Roger came back. In the sixth grade,the class was honored to have
Maureen Kane and Grace Cummings enter. Then, at the end of the year, Janice
Sanders left us to make room for Grace Dawley, Nancy McGuire, and Don Spears,
who joined our class in the seventh grade. Don left in the middle of the yean
This lightened the load of many at Forestville Central School.
Two of the class brains, Betty Wilkens and Eudora Cody, joined us in the
eight grade. Our HBabyn,
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and Acey Sager joined the
back to us. Jim Everhart
Charlotte Congdon, joined us in our Freshman year.
class was increased when Barbara Nelson, Don Workoff
family. Then Jan Sanders and Don Spears had to come
and Don Richter joined us in our Junior year. This
brings our total class number to 21 rugged individuals.
As Freshmen, we won second prize on our float in the Halloween Parade. We
also held a Saint Patrick's Dance in March. The following class members ,held
official positions: Eileen O'Conne1l,President, Lester Bernett,Vice-President,
Joan Everhart, Secretary, Lorraine Arnold, Treasurer, Bert Crane and Wilma
Wills, Student Council, Mr. Gerald Hall, Advisor.
when we were Sophomores, we presented a play for assembly called uShe'll
Be Coming Around the Mountain.n In April, we held our class dance. Official
positions were held by: Grace Dawley, President, Nancy McGuire,Vice-President,
Wilma Wills, Secretary, Lorraine Arnold, Treasurer, Eileen O'Connell and
Richard Franwick, Student Council, Gerald Eggleston, Reporter, Mr. Theodore
we started our year as Juniors by winning first prize with our Halloween
float. Our play and dance were also quite successful. We received our class
rings in January. Holding official positions were: Thomas Austin, President,
Janice Sanders, Vice-President, Wilma Wills, Secretary, Joan Everhart, Treas-
urer, Betty Wilkens and Don workoff, Student Council, Gene Austin, Reporter,
Mr. John Hagerty, Advisor.
As Seniors, we have achieved much to remember. We sold more magazines
than any other class. Our play, nSeventeen is Terrificn, was a huge success
The Varsity Show, the Senior Prom, and our trip to Washington, all were a huge
success. Our class officers were: James Everhart, President, Betty Wilkens,
Vice-President, Wilma Wills, Secretary, Joan Everhart, Treasurer, Donald Work-
off and Grace Dawley, Student Council, Nancy McGuire, Reporter, Mr. H.Fleming,
In graduating, we,
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programs of television,
the Class of 1952, have attained a goal. Television
many goals. It is still going on to more important
go on to greater goals. Some of our members, as some
will be known more widely than others. But we will
make our mark, and we hope that with this mark, we will have made the world a
better place to live in.
Don Workoff wills
class of 1952, after much thought and deliberation,do hereby will
to our successors such worldly goods as apertain to us.
Franwick wills his ability to make jokes to Harold Lawton, who,we
his off-key humming to George Myatt. Maybe you'll win
prizes with this too, George.
Don Sgears wills his variety of girls to Ernie McGuire who just might be
lonesome on Saturday nights.
Wilma Wills wills
her cheering ability to Brenda Bradigan. with this and
tumbling, Brenda will be able to attain great heights.
Jeanne Fuss wills
her height to Darlene Ferneza who now can reach great
heights without climbing.
Barbara Nelson wills her parking place to Alice Austin, who, as we under-
stand lt, Is looking for one.
Betty Wilkens wills her diamond to Darlene Valentine. We are sure that
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save Ray some expense.
hog-calling ability to her brother, Ray Sanders.
talent in the family.
dancing ability to Mr. Labuzzetta. Maybe you can
wants to leave.
wills her quietness to Leo Parsell because little boys
leaves her back homework to Mr. Hagerty. She left it
this long so it m g t as well be for good.
Nancy McGuire leaves her cooking ability to the Homemaking III Class. But
on second thought, maybe she'll need it for future use.
Grace Dawley wills her one dimple to Mike O'Gonnell. We think he will be
able to impress the teachers more.
Ace Sa er wills her athletic ability to Carol Bock. This may help you be
the best orward in basketball, Carol.
Joan Everhart has
taking lt all with her.
decided she needs everything she has and therefore is
Don Richter leaves his Chevy to Gene White because this car knows the way
Ro er Levandoske was going to leave his tumbling ability UJRichard Lawton
but t en e t oug t e had better take it with him.
Jim Everhart gives his musical ability to Albert Franklin. Maybe you can
play ln the Senior play too, Albert.
Charlotte Con don
leaves her mathematical ability to Mr. Fleming because
she is getting t re of seeing him use his fingers and toes.
Eudora Cod leaves her acting ability to Alice Huff. If you don't mind
playing t e part of a maid, Alice.
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The gavel symbolizes the bringing together of a group for
business and program. In television, the beginning of a new
program is marked with time signals. In the classroom the noise
is quieted by one or more taps of the bell on the desk.
On the television screen, they have an announcement or the
sound of a character's voice that will bring our gaze to the
set. Every beginning of a program is different and so it is in
the classroom where each teacher has his own way to bring about
order and quiet before business can begin.
JU IORCLASS OF 19 3
lst Row: B.Szumigala, V.Cardot, H.Lawton, A.Frontuto, H.Manning, A. Franklin,
Cfioehn, G.Myatt, C.Deering, D.Ferneza. End Bow: J.Johansen, P.Kidd, M. Fox,
E.Crowell, A.Wilcox, R.Gostomski. iid Row: J.Schultz, J.Parsell, L.Sausaman,
D.Russ, B.Nelson, P.Waxham, F.Press, F.Waligora, M.Birach, D.White, Mr. Hall.
gtg Row: H.Mohr, F.Payne, G.White, E.Campbell, R.Anderson, E.Eemus.
President ........ Earl Crowell
Vice President ...... Monty Fox
Secretary . . . . Anna Wilcox
Treasurer , . . . . Rosemary Gostomski
Echo Reporter . . . . June Johanson
Student Council . . . Peggy Kidd
Advisor . . . . . Mr. Gerald Hall
The Juniors started the year right by having the school's first dance.
It was a success as were the other activities that followed.
We won second prize with our Halloween float. We enjoyed arranging the
float as much as we enjoyed winning the prize.
Our class rings were chosen early in the year with the hope that we
would receive them before Christmas.
Our play, HA Mind of Her Ownn was a wonderful hit. The cast included
Bill Campbell, Rosemary Gostomski, Janet Schultz, Harold Lawton, Lorraine
Sausaman, Mary Birach, June Johanson, Peggy Kidd, George Myatt, Richard An-
derson, Dolores Russ, Frances Waligora, and Virginia Cardot.
Now that we've taken over the senior's activities, we're on our way to
the top! Washington, here we come!!!
what a success!!! H
night of February lh
The Junior Class presented its first real play, and
A Mind of Her Ownn was presented the
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The entire class worked hard under the direction of
Gerald Hall and was well-rewarded by the applause of
the appreciative audience.
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. Mr. T. Labuzzetta
The Sophomores had many ideas for the Halloween float,but many were dis-
regarded and discarded. The committee finally decided on nThe Thingn as the
theme. Unfortunately, the competition this year was rather keen, and the
Sophomore float failed to win any monetary prize. Prize or no prize, every-
one had a lot of fun.
We presented a one-act comedy,nFeudin,n which was a great success. The
following students took part in our play: Gary Mlacker as Matt Bascom, Larry
Crowell as Wally wolpin, Lorna Schesky as Maw Talbot, Richard Lawton as Jude
Talbot, Phyllis Austin as Betsy Bascom, Marie Tylock as June Talbot and Rita
Panek as Ellie May Betts.
CLASS 0F 1955
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The Freshmen started the year off with a Bang! The first project was a
float, which we entered in the Halloween Parade. Our portrayal of the "Old
Woman in the Shoe" won the first prize in the competition.
On November 8, 1951, we held our Tag Day, and on November 9, the Fresh
man Dance with "Sadie Hawkins" as the theme. The highlight of the dance was
the selection of Joe Falcone, as "Li'l Abner," and Ione Cody, as "Daisy Mae
A one-act comedy, "Here Comes the Bride," originally scheduled for pre
sentation on February 28, had to be postponed to a later date because of the
emergency closing of the school.
As we are now completing our first year as high school students, we ex
press the hope that we may enjoy continued success during the remaining years
of school life
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57v.5'RenSse1Zer1 J.Gorton. 2nd B23:E.Cummings, C.Schroder,B.Sausman,M.Huyck,
E.Mead,E.Goggin, M.G1owniak,-FTPanek,M.Schil1ing, N.Crowe1L 3rd Egg! Mr-Hall,
R.Grisante, J.Huff, A.Fu11er, P. Gruber, R. Waligora, L. Hilffier, C. Gruber,
A.Congdon, T. Greviesh, D. Earle, Mrs. Abbey. th Row: E.McGu1re, C.Stanbro.
D,B0urquin, H.Gage, N.Wainwright, V.Hedges, J.Ree ,'TfTay1or, T.Terry, R.Ora-
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lst Row: J.Ste1mach, M.Herrington, R.Bock, F.Press,W.Rugg, L.Simpson, H.Rich-
ter, W. Herrington, A. Sager, L. Franklin, R. Lammerhirt. 2nd Row: G.Jacobs,
S. Homan, M. Ball, J.Smith, J.Deering, J.Smith, R.Fu11er, DTWTITET D.Brugger,
D.Foster. 3rd Row: Mrs.Campbel1, R.Ruszaj, B.O'Conne11, J.Popard, W.Po1isoto,
D.WatermanT'D.UFYe1, K.Shev1in, B.Houck, S. Fairbanks, L. Goggin, J. Crowell,
P.Russ, B.Ear1e, Mr. Rundell. th Row: R.Yeager, D.Austin, D.Bemus, G. Gens,
A.Hal1, D.Luder, R.Gostomski, R. ocE, L.Stanbro, R.See1ey, G.Kunzman, P. Fer-
neza, A.D1oniak, D.B1akely, R.Manning.
Geniuses At Work
Chorus Line of 1906
All groups must keep records of their activities, and all
must have money to meet expenses. The records are used for re-
ference, and the money makes pleasures and necessary things
We find that every television station has a core of busi-
ness people trained to keep a record of all of its programs and
transactions. Probably there is no organization which requires
more faithful and dependable members than that of a television
The organizations of our school, like television, help us
to broaden our interests and may lead us into a field which
will help us choose a career in which we can be happy.
Our school is proud of its many organizations, and they
have become as much a part of our school life as our lessons.
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Egiirggh, J.F32g,oE: Bemus, Frinuick, R. Levandowske, i.And6rSOn, W-Campb3TT,
REPORTS AND SALES
BOOKKEEPER AND TREASURER
Advisor Mrs. Olive Clark
Every week since last September the people listed above have been work-
ing so that you might add another yearbook to your collection. We are proud
of the book and hope that our readers are too. we have changed the layout of
the picture pages and are using photographs on the title pages instead of
drawings this yean We were able to do this as our contract allows us to use
unlimited picture area without extra cost.
Thanks go to Mr. Sokol this year for his work in getting the book typed
and to Mr. Labuzzetta for all of the pictures he has taken for us. We want
to thank Constance Schultz for substituting on our advertising trips, and we
are grateful too, for the cooperation of teachers, pupils, and janitors on
picture taking days.
Tell us how you like the yearbook. Tell us the changes you would like
to see in 1953--and enjoy your 1952 HECHOW.
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'President - James Everhart S. Council - Virginia Grisanti
V. Pres. - Dolores Russ Librarians - Alice Huff
Reporter - Grace Dawley Jared Woolley
The senior band this year is composed of thirty-seven members. Ten of
these members are new in the band this year. Although we lost thirteen mem-
bers who had been in the organization several years, the new ones are trying
hard to fill their places and to progress as they gain experience. The band
this year, undoubtedly, has had the largest change in personnel and the most
shifging as to instruments and parts that it has had since its organization
in l 7. -
During the past year the band has participated in the following activi-
ties: Halloween Parade, Christmas Program, Grade Assembly, High School As-
sembly, Spring Concert,Fredonia Music Festival and Memorial Day Parade. Last
May at the Fredonia Music Festival, the band received an nAn rating. Of the
fifteen soloists who also competed at the festival, eight received a rating
of HAH, and seven a rating of HBH. Those receiving A's were: Jared Woolley,
Richard Grisanti,Brenda Bradigan, Eugene Kunzman, Patty Russ,Grace Cummings,
June Johanson, and william Campbell.
Last June several members took part in a Chautauqua County massed band
of three hundred and seventy-five pieces which played at the Chautauqua Am-
Three members, Marian Huyck, Dolores Russ, and William Campbell, parti-
cipated in the All State Sectional Program held at Cassadaga Valley Central
early in the fall. A few members also enjoyed hearing the United States Ma-
rine Band at Jamestown last September.
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BASS DRUM Philip Schroder
SOUSAPHONE Douglas Houck
The Junior Band this year has fourteen members, of which eight are new
this yean Although the band is small this year it makes up for it in spirit
and pep. Each member is getting a good idea of how a march, a waltz, and an
overture, etc. should be played, with the fond hope that some day before too
long they will be good enough to make the senior band. we also hope, that
before the end of the year, more new members will join us to help fill out
the instrumentation. The Junior Band played for one or two assembly programs
and took part in the Spring Concert.
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Presidentg Jeanne Fuss, Vice-President, Eudora Cody, Secretaryg Janice San-
ders, Treasurerg and Dorothy Philbrick as our Student Council Representative
we also chose Mrs. Henry Wills to be our Chapter Mother again.
One of the first activities of the year was the informal initiation of
new members, followed by the formal candlelight service in the evening.
In October, we attended the F.H.A. rally at Orchard Park Central School
In November, we will always remember celebrating National F.H.A. week by
collecting used comic books to aid in the fight for the crippling disease,
muscular dystrophy. We are looking forward to our annual dance, a talk from
former F.H.A. members, letters from foreign pen-pals, and a talk by a social
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President, Roger Levandouske, Treasurer, Monty Fox, Student Council Represen-
tativeg and Fred Payne, News Reporter. The boys from all of the agriculture
classes attended the registered Holstein sale held at the Dunkirk Fairgrounds.
Most of the F.F.A. boys are planning to attend the Cornell Farm and Home Week
which will be held in March.
Some of the projects which we have planned for this year are: a scrap
metal drive, selling seeds, and selling farm magazines. One of our long range
plans is Tito own a barn and some land for the use of the "Ag" boys.
During the last three years quite a few boys have taken an interest in
agriculture. There are now 35 members in the F.F.A.
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. . . Mrs. Angela Castle
Every Monday and Wednesday morning, the Girls Chorus meets under the
direction of Mrs. Castle. This year, the Girls and Boys Chorus combined to
perform a Christmas Operetta "Scrooge's Christmas". They certainly deserve
a lot of credit for an excellent performance.
Last year, at the Fredonia State Festival, the Girls Chorus received an
"A" rating on grade III music.
The chorus also did a "bang up job" at the Choral Spring Festival. To-
gether with solos and ensembles from our own Anna Wilcox and our very much
missed Joan Bradigan, Dianne Downer, and Anna Birach, our program was very
Mrs. Castle hopes that next year she will be able to call her group a
Mixed Chorus. For this year, we plan another program packed with numbers
everyone will enjoy.
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Secretary. . . . . Ronnie Crowell f gig?
The Boys Chorus is a very new organization. We don't have to say how
much we appreciate them, especially their performance in nIt was the Night
Before Christmas.n We're hoping they'11 have a bigger and better group, and
that they will join the girls chorus next year.
Some of the numbers the boys plan to perform are: Qgggy gears Picnic,
On Parade, and Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair. We certainly do plan to
hear from the two male soloists namely, George Myatt and Jimmy Everhart,
whose performance in the Christmas Program we'l1 never forget.
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0' Cody, ' Vice President . . . June Johanson
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e"d 2 ' Treasurer. . . . . Wilma Wills
S. Council . . . . Rosemary Gostomski
Chaplain . . . . Alice Huff
Reporter . . . . Lorraine Sausaman
Advisors . . . . Mrs. Lucile Cooley
Miss Mary Lou Langendorfer
On October 16, we had a joint meeting with the Hi-Y and Mr. Duncan, to-
gether with the assistance of Mr. Gilbert Mosher,gave an interesting talk on
Tri-Hi-Y's aims, ideals, and motto. We presented a bill at the Fredonia As-
sembly and sent Joan Everhart as a delegate to Albany.
During December, Christmas records were played while lunch was in ses-
sion. In the future, our group wishes to have a sleigh ride, numerous speak-
ers and movies, Silver Tea for Mothers, and a picnic to close the year. Our
biggest profit came from the sale of individual pictures.
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Chaplain . . . . Roger Levandoxske
Treasurer. . . Donald Workoff '
Advisor. . . . . . . . Mr. Theodore Labuzzetta H
The Forestville Hi-Y Club has this year, as in years past, highly lived
up to the ideals of Hi-Y--"To create, maintain and extend throughout the
home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character.'
This year we prepared a bill for the Fredonia Assembly to which we sent
delegates. Our bill was entitled, nTo strengthen the narcotics laws in rela-
tion to illegal possession and sale of narcotics." Richard Franwick repre-
sented the club at the annual Y.M.C.A. Youth in Government, at Albany.
For the advancement of co-operation among members, we have sponsored
through the course of the past year, a six-team basketball league, a model
airplane meet, and a model car meet. To finance our service projects, we
have sponsored a dance,sold school penants and plan, in the future, to spon-
sor a movie and sell taffy.
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gan. 2nd Row: P. Kidd, L. Sausaman, E. Goggin, B. Jacobs, R. Panek, Mr. Hall,
G. Dawley, H. Gostomski, D. Philbrick, V. Grisanti.
President. . . . . . Don Workoff
Vice President . . . . Monty Fox
Secretary. . . . . . Rosemary Gostomski
Treasurer. . . . . Grace Dawley
Echo Reporter. . . . Lorraine Sausaman
Advisor. . . . . . Mr. Ray Hall
The important activity of the year has been setting up the calendar and
supervising assembly programs, with some member of the Student Council acting
as chairman for each assembly program.
One of the most interesting programs was the one last October sponsored
by the Farm Bureau Insurance Company on safe driving.
Pins were purchased for the new members of the club and numerals to add
to the pins of second year members. The Student Council plans to sell tags
at some future date. A com ittee is revising the old constitution and bring-
ing it up to date.
While the Student Council is not a governing group for the student body,
it has made suggestions through its members in relation to improving student
conduct throughout school, and especially in the cafeteria.
A survey by members of the Student Council a year ago, relative to dri-
vers training, has resulted in such a course being given now.
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A minute of time may mean winning or losing a game. During
gym class, the whistle brings us in line for roll call and it
tells us to be quiet.
There are many sound symbols in school and on television.
The buzzer for time out in a basketball game, the hissing of
the steam in the radiators, the whir of the motors as the buses
toil up the hill. We know a program is about to begin by the
theme song and the news commentator's, nso long until tomorrown
is familiar to us.
These all remind us to play fair and square in sports and
lst Row: R.Grisanti, J.Falcone, R.Crowell, E.Kunzman, J.Reed. 2nd Row: B. Bie
D. Spears, H. Mohr, G. White, G. Salzman, N. Wainwright, G.Kunzman, rd Row:
Coach Sanfilippo, F. Payne, D. Workoff, G. Mlacker, R. Levandowske, . Austin
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Forestville lg Panama QQ
Forestville High started its football season by winning its first three
games. We were proceeding along on all cylinders when we ran out of gas. We
lost our last two games to Pine Valley and Panama. Players who participated
in their last game for Forestville were: Buck Spears,Gene Austin, Don Work-
off, Fred Payne, and Roger Levandowske. Freshmen who played good ball for us
and who will bear watching in the future are,Ronnie Crowell and Joe Falcone.
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Our basketball schedule this year consists of eighteen league games.
There are ten nC1ass Cn schools in Chautauqua county. Having completed half
of our games, Forestville has come out on top only once,beating Sherman with
a score of 39-36. We hope to do much better the second half of the season.
With two exceptions, our varsity team is composed of Senior boys. Fred Payne
is the Captain of the team.
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leaders, have tried to lead the spectators in vivacious cheering, as well as
to set an example of proper conduct and behavior for each athletic event We
are the girls who always try to boost the morale of the team and cheer them
on to victory.
Wilma Wills, Joanne Everhart, Lorraine Sausaman, Rosemary Gostomski and
Marie Tylock were nreturning veteransn this year. Two members who are new to
the squad are Dolores Russ and Dolores Ciminella. Two alternates were also
chosen, namely, Barbara Kidd and Florence Press.
We have completed a successful year under the leadership of Miss Mary
Lou Langendorfer, with Wilma Wills as Captain. We have staged two pep assem-
blies, one for the football season and one for the basketball season. Wewwre
able to purchase large black megaphones which helped to simplify the lead-
ing of several cheers. As a group, we wish to thank Mr. Bie and Coach San-
filippo for letting us attend all the nawayn games on the bus with the team.
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