Forestville Central High School - Echo Yearbook (Forestville, NY)
- Class of 1953
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The invention of the printing press has had more lasting results than
about any other discovery. For years, our knowledge has centered around
books. They have provided a key to the future and an account of what has
been accomplished during years past.
During the earliest times, pictures were used to record events. They
were drawn on the walls of caves. This was a slow way of making records
and very far frdm present day ways of getting information from one person
to another. Q
Books are the keys to knowledge and by reading them understandingly,
we can increase our knowledge and improve our minds each day we live.
Books are the records which tell of the findings of many great inventors,
scientists and historians during a life time. They make it possible for
the next generation to go on fr m where the older man left off. Books
give hours of enjoyment and provide a source of relaxation for many.
We have chosen "Books" as our yearbook theme, because we feel that
what we have gained fram them in the past twelve years will greatly
influence our future. we hope too, that books will always be our help
and cdmpanions whatever our life work may be.
class advisor we have sincerely appreciated his
friendship, understanding, and guidance in plays
and other activities To make our years with him
happy and successful, he has postponed many of his
appointments or outside activities to give us his
time, ideas, and help
We, the Class of '53, express our apprecia
tion by dedicating this edition of "The Echo" t
the Senior Class Advisor, ur Gerald Hall
For the past two years Mr. Hall has been our
Before anyone is fitted to oversee and direct the work of others, he
must spent years working and learning from books He must also have
experience in working out the things that he has learned In school,
the teacherls job is to pass on to the pupils what he has learned and to
guide them along the right road to useful and successful lives A teacher
is helpless without the cooperation of his pupils Mb pupils often express
such thoughts as HThe teacher is always telling us what to do while he
or she doesnit have to do anythingu, NI would like to change places with
my teacher and give him all of that homework" But, what we donit realize
is how much time is spent in planning the lessons and marking our papers
and exams Then too, the teachers had spent many years as pupils, just as
we are, so that they could prepare themselves to pass on to us our great
heritage Letfs be thankful for teachers and do our best to cooperate
with them in this quest for knowledge.
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It has been my privilege to see
many people enter our school, where
they have had the opportunity to ac-
quire knowledge from books, people
and experimentation. The sources of
knowledge are available to all people
in the school. Unfortunately, few
take advantage of the privilege to
knowledge, to the extent that
knowledge is available to them
You, the Seniors, because you
reached graduation have acquired
of this knowledge and
good use of the books
materials available to you
remember that if you go on
formal education, or if you do not,
the same channels of information are
open to you, the opportunity to con
tinue learning still exists If you
succeed in life, it is because you
make use of the information that is
at your disposal You have made use
of the tools and opportunities for
attaining knowledge in school there
fore, strive to continue your educa
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the twentieth school was taken into our centralized family,
having that place We also brought another school into the
new bus was added to our fleet but due to increased enroll
ment, we could not retire one, which is desirable
Kindergarten, with a tripled enrollment, is held for the entire day,
with two teachers in charge New gas and electric stoves have been added to
to the homemaking equipment
The topic of greatest concern to the board has been the housing problem
for our growing population Nearly all meetings have been spent in trying
to work out this problem Conferences wlth state officials have clarlfied at
least one plan for expansion which will take care of present needs We hope
to have this space ready for occupancy in September
central building with the closing of the Cowdens Corners branch. According
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We have spent twelve years working our way through many books from
the first page to the last In some of them we were apt to skip over
a page or two whenever we could, others we enjoyed and didn't miss a
sentence Every book we finished taught us something whether we enjoyed
it or not and many times we have and will remember that knowledge, with
profit to ourselves
we want to express our gratitude here, to the teachers we have had
who helped us or encouraged us to respect and conquer the material in
books. we want to thank our parents for keeping us or letting us stay
in school. we are thankful that the books in our country are teaching
us truths instead of propaganda and we want to continue to help our-
selves and others to profit by the printed word.
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MOTTO Knowledge is a treasure, but pPaCt1CS is a key to lt
Vice-President ---- s-- Monty Fox
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Cust ond Future
Richard Irving Anderson Hi Y Secretary 2 and 3 H
Class Plays 3
Yearbook Staff 3,h
Camera Club 2
Volleyball 2, captain 3 L4
nAndyH has majored in Science and Math and may go to Albany State Teachers
Eugene Alden Bemus F F A l,2,3, Secretary A
Yearbook Staff 3,
I Speak For Democracy Contest 3
nGeneH majored in agrlculture and does not have any definite plans for the
future He does not intend going to college
Chorus l,2,3, President L
Class Plays 3 A
Yearbook Staff Editor 3 and L
Class Office, Vice President 2
Mary, the maid of the class, has majored in Science and is continuing her
education at Deaconess Hospital to become an R N Then she may join the army
Virginia Louise Cardot Tri Hi Y l,2,3, Chaplain L
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Class Plays 3 h
Class Office, Secretary A
nGinnyH has majored in Homemaking and intends to go to school to become
William Raymond Campbell Hi Y 3 M
Chorus 3 M
Band 1,2,3 M
Class Plays 3
Yearbook Staff 3 M
Oratorical Contest l,2,3
Boys State 3
I Speak For Democracy Contest 3
Camera Club 2
Class Office, President 1
nBillH has majored in Science and plans to continue his education at
Albany State Teachers. His present plans are to become a science teacher.
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Earl Duane Congdon F.F.A. h
nChief Absencen has majored in agriculture. He is undecided about marriage
but is going to be a farmer.
Earl Richard Crowell F.F.A. l,2,3
Echo Reporter h
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Band l,2,3 Vice President A
Student Council l,2, President L
Class Office President 3
uBudH has majored in A ricultu . H d t ' t d t f I
will work on his farm. g re e oes no in en o go to college but
Carol Lorraine Deering Tpi-Hi-y l,2,3
Echo Reporter U
Yearbook Staff 3,h
!Carol majored in Business and is continuing her education in this cdhrse.
She will tame a Civil Service test and work for the government.
Darlene Elaine Ferneza Class Plays Prompter U
UMidgetH, the shortest in our class, majored in Commercial Education and
may go to business school in Dunkirk, get a job as a bank teller or be a part
time secretary. She does not intend to marry in the near Future.
Earl Montford Fox F.F.A. l,2, Student Council 3, Vice President h
Hi-Y l,2, Vice President 3, President h
Chorus 2, Vice President h
Class Plays 3,h Stage Crew
Student Council 2, Vice President 3
Class Office Vice President A
UMontyU majored in Agriculture and wants to attend Cornell or own a farm.
Albert Lee Franklin F.F.A. M
Albert has majored in Agriculture. He hopes to get a job and eventually
marry if he is not drafted.
Rosemary Charlotte Gostomski Tri Hi Y 1,2, Student Council 3, Treasurer
F H A 3, President M
Chorus 1,2 Treasurer 3 M
Band l,2,3,h Twirler
Basketball l, Co Captain 2 3 L
Class Plays 3 M
Student Council Treasurer 3
Cheerleaders l,2,3 A
Camera Club Vice President 2
Class Ofxice 2,3, Treasurer
nsandyn has a magor in Business and a minor 1n Science Her plans for the
future include a happy and successful marrlage
June Ingrid Johanson Trl Hi Y 1, Chaplain 2, Vice Pres 3, Pres
Class Plays 3 M
Oratorical Contest 2,3
I Speak For Democracy Contest 3
Class Ofzice President 2, Echo Reporter 3 L
June has majored in Science and is undecided about her future but will
attend college She is also interested in dramatics
Margaret Shirley Kidd F H A l, Student Council 2,3
Band l,2,3, Echo Reporter
Basketball Captain 1, 2 3 M
Class Plays 3
Student Council 2,3
Camera Club 2
Class Offlce Echo Repo ter 2, Student Council 3
UPeggy' magored in Science and Math and wants to become a Physical Education
Harold william Mannlng F F A 1,2,
nPinkyn has majored ln Agriculture and is taklng a course 1n auto mechan s
at home, and works 1n a garage
George Ernest Myatt Hi Y 3 q
Chorus 1,2, President 3 L
Class Plays 3 L
'ShortH, who joined our class as a Junior, has an excellent VOlCG H
majored in Science and is joinlng the armed forces
Beverly Ann Nelson F H A 3, Secretary
Bev , the shyest girl in our class, hopes to become a secretary and even
tually hopes to marry. She has majored ln Business
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NJunien majored in Homemaking. She is not continuing her education but is
getting a job and will then marry.
James Frederica Payne F W A 2, Reporter 3, President H
H1 1 2, Chaolain 3 M
Class Play A
Student Council 2,3
Class Olf1CS Studedt COuHC1l 2 and 3, Pres M
'Fredn magored in Agriculture and 1S going in the business of foreign o
the nrny does not drart him
rlorence Irene Ellzabetn Press Tri Hi I l
Bdske bell l 2,3 A
Cheerleaders Substltute 3
Blondle an excellent Polka dancer, majored in Busine s and hopes
CO1tlDlS thls cour e and tnen get a Job
Dolores Ann Russ Trl H1 1 1, Iueasurer 2
Chorus l,2,3 Q
Band l,2, Vice Presldent 3 Presldent A
Bu netball l,2,3 M
Cla s Plays 3 M
Student Council Treasurer A
Camera Club Treasurer 2
Class Ofzice ltadent Council A
Dee , the nuslcal tudent of our class, has majored in Sclence and Art
She is goin: to Buffalo State to mayor ln Art Educutlon
Lorralne H len Sausaman Tri H1 I l,2,3
Chorus l, Echo Heuorter 2, Staaent Councll 3 Q
Basmetball l,2, Co Captaln 3 M
Cla s Plays 3
Student Councll l, lreasurer 2, Echo Reporter 3
Cheerleader 2,3, Caotain A
I Speak Fo Democracy Contest 3
Camera Club 2
Class 0fllC6 Student Council 1 and 2
Larry', the backbone of our class, na 1 mayor in buslness and a mine
1n alt She 1S not going to continue her educu ion but plqns on a harpy MBFPISLG
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Janet Claire Schultz Tri Hi Y 1 2,3 M
Chorus l 2,3, Echo Reporter M
Class Plays 3 L
Yearbook Staff 3 L
Class Office Vice President l
Janet majored in science and art and plans to go to Buffalo State Teacher
College to become an art teacher She eventually hopes to get married
Barbara Mary Bernice Szumigala Chorus 1,2
Class Plays 4
uBarbn majored in Homemaking and plans to continue her education in
Frances Sophie Ester waligora Tri Hi Y 1
Class Plays 3, Prompter M
'Aunt Frannyn majored in Business and hopes to become an airline hoste
or wants to join the Navy
Pauline May waxham Pri Hi Y 1,2,3
Pauline majored in Science and Homemaking and is entering State Teachers
College at Fredonia
Dorothy June White Homemaking Play 3
Dot has majored in Homemaking and hopes to have a successful marriage
after a few years
Gene Addison White
william John Zawicki
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Basketball l,2,3 M
Class Plays L
in Agriculture and is joining the Navy as soon as he
F F A 1,2, Secretary 3, Treasurer A
Student Council 3
I Speak For Democracy Contest 3
'Abe , the tallest of our class, majored in Agriculture and expects to
go to Cornell, then settle down on a farm and get married
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ANN FERRING WEATHEHBY
MR GERALD HALL
Brother goose is the story of an older brother and
his struggles to brlng up his younger brother and sisters
His problems are suddenly so1ved,however, ueon the arrival
of Peggy Winkel, a salesgirl
Jelf Adams, Brother Goose
Wes Adams, hisvyounger brother
:Z Carol Adams, his teen-age sister
Hyacinth Adams, his youngest sister
Peggy Winkel, salesgirl
Lenore Hudson, Bubble Gum heiress
Z: Eve Mason, a southern belle
Mrs. Trim er, an inn owner
.. Helen, the Adam's maid
Sarah, the Hudson's maid
I: a truck driver
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The beginning of our story dates back to l9h1 when Bill Campbell,
Lorraine Sausaman, Peggy Kidd, and Earl Crowell started first grade
We were joined by Dolores Russ and Rosemary Gostomski in the second
grade Virginia Cardot, Janet Schultz, Carol Deering and Dorothy white
in the fourth, Richard Anderson, Gene white, Gene Bemus, and June Par
sell in the fifth grade Darlene Ferneza added another member in the
sixth grade Mary Birach, Pauline waxham, Harold Manning, Florence
Press, Frances waligora, Albert Franklin, Earl Congdon and June Johan
son increased our enrollment in the seventh grade Barbara Szumigala
came in the elchth grade, Bill Zawicki, Beverly Nelson in the Fresh
man Class, Monty Fox and Fred Payne in the Sophomore Class George
Ayatt made our number n29n when he joined us as a Junior
Pages turned to chapters when we started in l9h9 as active Fresh
men Miss Mary Jane Riley acted as our advisor Th class took first
prize on their float in the Halloween parade and also had a successful
dance and tag day
Miss Mary Haar was selected as our Sophomore advisor A nFashion
Show,u tag day, and dance was given by the class
with the guidance of Mr Gerald Hall, our Junior and Senior years
'A Mind of Her Own H we had the first dance and tag day of the year
and won second prize on our Halloween float In April we started sell
ing ice cream suckers, and baseball pencils The class decorated for
Baccalaureate and Commencement Our class rings, which we received in
January, are really the best
As Seniors, we have worked hard toward our goal HS2,OOO for 53
Ou1 final chapter started by selling football pencils, and magazines,
fwe outsold all classes before usj we made more money than any other
c ass on our play, Brother Goose The nwinter Wonderland Ball' was
held in December with Fred Payne and Barbara Szumigala as King and
Queen Other activities were sellina Chri tmas cards, a variety show,
have been tops. As Juniors we presented a hilarious, three-act comedy
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selling pencils, and ice cream suckers.
Bill Campbell and June Johanson have successfully represented us
in the Oratorical Contest.
Our trip to Washington was the highlite of our high school years.
The climax of our history in FCS is graduat1on,which will soon be here
Our years here will always be a treasure volu e in our library of life
We, the class of '53, being of unreasonably sound mind and poor
memory do hereby will, bequeath and devise such valuable properties as
appertain to us
Rosemary Gostomski wills her engagement ring to Dolores Ciminella
so s e won'E Hive to worry about getting one from Paul
Frances Waligora wills her milking ability to Rose Polisoto
Lorraine Sausaman wikb her cheerleading ability to Daisy Bourquin
H Her blonde Hair to Beverly Clark
Florence Press w1lls her truck driving ability to Betsy Sausaman
Mary Birach wills her voice to the Alto section in chorus and her
negro accent to all the future maids of F C S
Gene White wills his basketball ability to Kay Dailey and his
scles to Donald Hayes
Barbara Szumi ala wills the stars in her eyes to Carol Bock who
I Vt Inferesied at all ,
Pauline waxham wills her perfect attendance to Bonnie Parsell and
Darlene Fbrneza wills her height to Shirley Fuss
Beverl Nelson wills her interest in the air force to Audrey
June Johanson wills her mathematical ability to be held in trust
5"Hr Iabuzetta until he finds a physic's student worthy of it
-ggy Kidd wills her tumbling ability to Marion huyck
rginia Cardot wills her musical ability to Virginia Foster
June Parsell wills her comb to Mr Hagerty
rothy White wills the tape on her ring to Miss Taylor
Carol Deerin wills her well kept notebook to Mr Fleming who can
never TInE anything
Harold Manning wills his quietness and ability to study to Jay
EEr gIggIes E5 Carol Schroeder.
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Dolores Russ wills her purse to some poor Junior who can't afford
luggage for washington.
Richard Anderson wills his slightly used Stevenson's buttons to
MI' o E Iemingo
Fred Pa ne wills his excuses to Harold Lawton who, he feels,
Bill Camgbell wills his artistic ability to Mr. Labuzzetta.
Monty Fox wills his ability to crack jokes to Dick Lawton.
Eugene Bemus wills his clarinet to Mr. Strong.
Earl Crowell wills his sense of humor to Gary Mlaeker.
Earl Congdon wills his welding ability to Larry Langford.
George Miatt wills his voice to Don Myatt because he wants to
eep t n e family.
Bill Zawicki wills his height to Jim Shevlin.
Janet Schultz wills her dramatic manners to Phyllis Austin.
Albert Franklin wills his wavy hair to Ronald Ellman.
U GRADE EIGHT H49
lsti R. -nM.Kidd, B.Parsell,wJ.Johansen,4M.Birach,vJ.Schultz, M.Lang, J.w1nslow,
u L.Sausaman, P.Brooks,xJ.Parsell,wC.Deering,vB.Szumigala,4D.white, M.Moss.
Rnd. P.Kusnicke,+E.Crowel1, C.Schil11ng, M.Deering,uD.Russ, S.w1lson, A.wilcox,
TfErooks, D.Bernett, J.Chase, L.Chapman,-11-F.waligora,-MR.Gustomski, D.Joh.nston,
4V.Ca'dot,hF.Press,wP.waxham, M.Deering,wD.Ferneza, 3rd, A.Frontuto,wH.Manning,
G.Franklin, H.Mohr, R,wise,iG.Wh1te, R.Greenough, T.UFfe1, J.Johnston, R.Gugino,
R.Panek,ww.Campbell,wR.Anderson, L.Schi1ling,wE.Congdon, H.Lawton,wE.Bemus,
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From the t:I.me we enter the first grade, we are taught to use and like
books They tell us stories about people who live in other countries and
about the nature of the world that we live in we like the sound of the
voices that read from books and after a while we read ourselves Books
show us how to make things, how to be courteous and how to care for our
bodies and clothes. They teach us and inspire us and give us help
As we look back upon our years in school, the books we have used
make us think of a stairway, each one as it is finished, taking us
a little higher toward our goal of a Good Education.
Class of IQS4
L-L Bgw V Foster, P Austin, B Kidd, G Magavero, R Lawton, L Ferry,
M TYl0Ck, Y Sage, C Schultz, R Bradigan, V Frederickson
ZHQ Rau Mr Haggerty, R Polisoto, C Ruszaj, D Ciminella, S Fuss
L Scheskey, V Smith, M Huyek, A Huff, c Bock, R Panek '
L Crowell, J Szumigala, H Lawton, L Parsell, M O'Connel1, J Shevlin
The Class of 'Sh has as its officers this year President, Richard
Lawton, Vice President, Lyle Ferry, Secretary, Marie Tylock, Treasurer,
Yvonne Sage, Student Council, Connie Schultz and Richard Bradigan, Echo
Reporter, Gloria Magavero we chose Mr Hagerty as our class advisor
we acquired one new member at the beginning of the year when Virginia
Frederickson joined us
Our Halloween parade float was a satire on the then current poli
tical campaign However, because of strong competition, and stronger
winds, it failed to receive any award
We presented the play, The Inner Willieu, on February 26th It
was a comedy with willy CHarold Lawtonl, who has been pampered b his
three spinster aunts, Hester QAl1ce Huffj, Louise lSh1r1ey Andrews and
Olga CGloria Magaverol, finally being goaded into real com and of him
self by his ever present Inner Willie QDick Grennellj Others in the
cast included Carol Martin CConnie SchultzD, Marybelle Turner QBarbara
Klddl, the twins, Trudy lMarie Tylockl and Janet Marshall CVirginia
Foster, Micke lDick Lawtonl and Stanley CGary Mlackerl
The Senior Class rings were received in January Our dance in
April was a great success and we found ourselves very busy after taking
over the Senior money making activities following Easter
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Close of' IQ55
U Kunzman, B Bradigan J McAvoy, W Wilson, F Sweeney, D Bourquln
2nd Row Mr Labuzzetta, K Johnson, A Heidt, D Hyatt, B Clark, B Yeager
N Birach, C Crane, M Mann, G Deering, K Russell, G Sneider 3rd Row
K Dailey, G Salzman, R Sanders, A Hall, N White, J Slmpson, G S uriol
W Griener, J Woolley, D Bourquin, D Houck, J Huck, M Snow, E Mcuuire
The Sophomore Class has elected the following officers this year
Mr T Labuzzetta
Our class worked very hard on our Halloween Float and we were dis
appointed when we didnft win a prlze
Our activities for this year included a tag day on Aprll 9,a dance
on April 10, and a play on Aprll 21
We were sorry to have Ronald Brenon quit school, but are happy to
have Sarah Neeb as a new member
Shirley Burley and Wolfram Griener were selected as attendants for
the Senior Prom from our class
We all enjoy being Sophomores, but hope we will enjoy our Junior
Year even more
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lst Egg I Frederickson, D Fitchner, A Sneider, C Gruber, J Huff,
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231 Egg E Mosier, S VanRensse1aer, J White, J Mosier, J White, M Huyck
R Panek, P Gruber, R waligora, A Fuller, L Hilliker
T lerry, T Greviesh, D Hayes, A Congdon, B Parsell, H Hunter, Miss
President Christine Gruber
Vice President Jon Huff
Secretary Emaline Goggin
Treasurer Betsy Sausaman
Student Council Bill Bie
Advisor Miss J Naruszewicz
Marilyn Huyck and Richard Orazetti were our representatives to the
Senior Prom Freshman tag day on November 13th, and our dance November
lhth, called HThe Harvest Moonn, were our main activities
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3rd Row: R: Ellman, M:Cummings, C.5tanbro, R.Crisanti, D.Earl, D.Cords,
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R. Ruszaj, J. Popard, A. Hall, J. Smith, R. Bock, L. Goggin, G. Kunzman,
E. Cummings, V. Polisoto, G. Jacobs, B. O'Connell, K. Shevlin.
2nd Row: R. Gostomski, R. Bock, B. Earle, D. Foster, B. Parsell, M. Fisk
J.Smith, E.Hall, J.Deering, S.Fairbanks, D.Brugger, P. Russ, C. Magavero
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Richter, Franklin, Dlonlak, Lustln, Blax 15, Johanson, Cords,
Reed, G Gens, M Fisk, Ferneza, M Tailor, R Naterran, A Saber,
O Davis, R Laemmerh1rt, F Press
lst gow Bartlett, Dutton, Congdon, Rlchter, Griener, Schultz, Cooley,
Valone, Perkins, Clark, Snow, Crane, Becker, B Frontuto, Frederickson,
laemmerhirt 2nd ggi Gestwicki, Sausaman, Popielarz, K Franklin, Gos
tomski, Stelmack, Cummings, Johanson, Zolnoske, Militello, Simpson, R
Franklin, Crowell, white, Fuller, Green, R Frontuto, Soheskey
Zgg Bgg Mrs Campbell, Pilon,Esler, Lawton, Marble, Spears, Frontuto,
Richter,Blake1y, Willson, Salzman, Tylock, Consintino, Waterman, Valvo,
Stanbro, Richter, Congdon, Ortel, Brown, Luder.
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Organizations are formed for the enjoyment and betterment of people.
Most groups are guided by books Which set forth the aims, beliefs and
by-laws of that partiouliar organization. The secretary keeps minutes
of the neetings in a book. It is a history of what the group does and is
a great help when a question is brought up about old business. The money
matters are all kept as financial reports in a book by the treasurer. If
there is a ohaplin he has to read fro a book or he gets the thoughts for
his talks fr m books. So, we can see that books are not only used as a
means of learning but also to keep records in.
Yearbook St off
EDITORS Mary Blrach Virginia Foster
ART William Campbell Carol Bock
PHOTOGRAPHY Richard Anderson Phyllis Austin
ADVERTISING Janet Schultz Connie Ruszaj
Carol Deering Rose Polisoto
REPORTS AND SALES Eugene Bemus Lorna Scheskey
BOOKKEEPER TREASURER Marion Huyck
has been honored in a yearbook published by Fbrestville's institution
of learning The first time that the main building was used was also
in 1928 when the Seniors gave their play Rose of the Southlandn and
held all of the senior activities in the new building
In looklng over the book,we find the following interestlng items,
Total enrollment 307, Non resident pupils BO, Twelve seniors were gra
duated There were 38 enrolled in their Freshman class, 192k Lawyer
Militello, Mr Russell Town and Mrs Richard Franwick Sr were gradua
ted Mr Ray Hall was a Freshman in Cornell, and Miss Kathryn Taylor
was taking her first year of training at Buffalo General Hospital
There were 17 teachers on the faculty We had a girls basketball
team that were county champions and a Agriculture judging team winning
three trophy cups and two honorable mentions at Alfred and Cornell
There were M6 pages in the book, and no advertising was solicited
outside Forestville what will the changes be when the class of 1978
The Seniors of 1953 are the twenty-fifth consecutive class that
ud t Council
lst Row D Russ, G Kunzman, D Bradigan, B Bradigan, M Sobecki
2nd Row S Fuss, N Birach, C Schultz, B Jacobs, C Cooley, Mr Hall
3rd Row B Bie, G Mlacker, G Kunzman, J Muck, E Crowell
Pres1dent Gene Kunzman
Secretary Brenda Bradigan
Treasurer Dolores Russ
Advisor Mr Ray Hall
Ue met and elected our officers the first week of scnool Every
class and organization was represented in Student Council by a member
from that organization
Pins were purchased this year for new Student Council members, and
numerals were added to the pins of the second year memb rs The Student
Council had a tag day to supplement dues collected from class and clubs
The Constitutlon was revised and approved, bringing it up to date
with the aCtlVlti6S of the Student Council
we arranged the assembly programs for this year with one assembly
per month The Chrlstmas activities were supervlsed by the Council with
the distr1bution of candy canes for the grade children, and ice cream
and cookies for the high school The homemaklng department made the
usual delicious cookies The Chrlstmas program featured several numbers
by individual students along wlth group singing
vice-President : . I I Richard Bradigan
lst Row M Huyck, R.Lawton, R Grennell, G Bemus, D Russ, M Huyck, P Russ
?T'S'a1TrFan, D Earl, R Grisanti, J Woolley, G Kunzman, E Crowell, Mr Strong
Zng Bon D Foster, P Perkins, C Gruber, S VanRensselaer, L Ware, D Bie,
D Fancher, B Bradlgan Qrd Row S Homan, V Foster, B Kidd, P Kidd, J Reed
A Huff, W Greiner
President Dolores Russ
Vice President Earl Crowell
Librarians Marion Huyck
Echo Reporter Peggy Kidd
Secretary Treasurer June Johanson
The Senior band is composed of thirty five members, nine, are new
The band started its playing activities early this year, when it
played several numbers downtown for the initial run of the new mobile
postal unit September 15, Halloween night, the band assembled, after
much difficulty trying to find room for everyone on the band stand and
played for the Halloween Parade We took part in the annual Chrlstmas
program presented by the music department
Early in the fall a Chautauqua County All High Band was organized
of selected members, Eugene Bemus, Patty Russ and Jared Woolley from
our band had the privilege of playing in this seventy five plece unit
A very fine program was given at the County Music Teachers Association
meeting in Jamestown and also at the Zone Teachers meeting in Buffalo
Jared Woolley represented us at the All State Sectional program at
Randolph Central School in the fall
Other activities during the year were playing for assemblies,
the annual Spring Band Concert, the New York State Music Festival at
Fredonia and Memorial Day Parade
A:Crowell, G:Mlacker,'S.Fair5anks: R. Crowell, J. Johanson, .B. Campbell,
lst Row G Gens, R Valvo, G Sausaman, L Russ, R Ellman, D Johanson,
R Polisoto, J Lawton, R Yeager
2nd Row Mr Strong, N Hubbard, R Gostonski, w Levandoske, P Schroder,
K Dailey, D Houck, D Salzman, D Luder
President David Salzman
Vice President David Luder
The Junior band this year has a membership of seventeen with
eleven new members
We have enjoyed playing from some new band folios, one composed
of Christmas numbers and the other of marches and various numbers The
Junior band also takes part in the Spring Band Concert
Seated C Schultz, Mrs f leer, l a , D Rourquln, B Nelson, V Cardot,
Standing R Gostomski, V Smith, L Scheskey, P Austin, S Fuss, R Pollsoto
Presldent Rosemary Gostomskl
Vice President Phyllis Austin
Treasurer Barbara 1' :Ldd
Student Council Shirley Fuss
Renorter Lorna SchesPey
Advlsor Mrs C Wllder
The first meeting of the P H A Club was Seotember 24th Connie
Schultz and Yvonne Sage, new members, were initiated on October 8 W
elected Connie as our Treasurer because Barbara Kldd dropped out of the
club Our chapter mothers are Mrs Nelson and Hrs Austln Our club
observed national F H A week November 0 ln by wearlng, as much red and
whlte clothing possible and the F H A oak leaf emblem Our bake
sale was held on November 15th
diss Naruszewicz spoke to us on the importance of posture at our
Our program included a dance on January 23, Mrs Abbeyls readings
at our February meeting, a tea for new members and another bake sale
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Treasurer Wllllam Zawicki
Student Council Gary Mlacker
Reporter Earl Crowell
Advisor Hr Ray Hall
During the past year our F F A organization has accomplished much.
we have made money for our treasury by renting out our tractor and
equipment to aid farmers around Forestville During the winter, the
tractor was used to plow snow Selling seeds also brought money into
We hope that in the future our organization can purchase land and
bHild1HUS for project work Two of our members, Monty Fbx and Richard
Lawton have done well with their projects They both have a dairy herd
all attended the annual Holstein sale at Dunkirk in the earlier
part of the year
hope that in the future our organization will grow in member
ship and become very active
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lst Row F Sweeney, C Crane, N Kelley, J Schultz, P Press, V Birach,
R Costomski, N Birach, B Bradigan, B Jacobs B Heimburg, S Neeb, L Hall
2nd Row L Sausaman, D Russ,C Schultz, D Ciwinella, S Andrews, B Yeager
rd Row J Huff, D Austin N white, A Richter, R Donnelly, H Lawton
Jofifison, W Greiner, G Woolley, G Kunzman, T Terry, G Myatt
th Row D Grennell, A Huff, M Huyck, G Magavero, S Fuss, B Clark
Ware, V Foster, H Wood, K Russell, G Deering, M Huyck, R Orazetti
This year our chorus is a growing mixed chorus and we are working
extra hard for our HAH again in Fredonia
Our Christmas program was a great success wlth the mixed chorus
doing an excellent job
we are now working on music for the Fredonia Music Festival and
our coming Spring Concert
We all hope this year will be as successful as last
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S.Eurley, F. Press, E: Goggin, C.Schroder, N. Crowell, Mrs. A. Castle.
lst Row Schilllnp, C Deering, Jacobs, Tylock, Johanson, G Deering
Kelley, Gostomski, Cardot, Sweeney 2nd Row B Sausaman, Ciminella,
Bock, Mann, Russell, Helmburg, Panek, Congdon, McAvoy, Foster, Miss
Naruszewicz arg Row J Schultz, Fuss, Clark, ware, Bradigan, Crane
C Schultz, L Sausaman, Huf , Sobeckl
Presldent June Johanson
Vice President Marie Tylock
Correspondlng Secretary Nancy Kelley
Treasurer Virginia Fbster
Chaplain Virginia Cardot
Advisor Miss J Naruszewicz
The Tri H1 Y has had a comparatlvely successful year, having en
gaged several sneakers to address the club and undertaking projects
The biggest and most important progect was repainting the corporation
signs for the village
Our annual dance was held in the fall, with Mabel Seegerts orches
tra providing muslc for both round and square dancing
A Chrlstmas party was held in the school cafeterla December 12th
with Alice Huff and Carol Deering acting as co chalrmen
Our tentative activities for the future include the publishing of
a News letter and organizing a radio program
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lst Row M O'Connell, F Voiser, N B1e, R Lawton, H Fox, R Bradigan,
L Hall, L Ferry, J Muck, J Molser, J Whlte
2nd Row R Sanders, K Johnson, G Kunznan, R Ellman, M Snow, P Fancher,
R Crowell, E Crowell, G Myatt, A Hledt, L Parsell, Mr Labuzzetta
G Ulacker, N white, T Terry, J Huff, H Lawton, T Grevlesh, W Greiner,
J Woolley, R Grisanti, D Houck
The Hi Y Club of Forestville Central School this year as in the
years past, have tried to live up to the high moral code, which is to
create, maintain, and extend through the home, school, and community
high standards of christian character
Under the direction of Mr Theodore Labuzzetta, the club has had
a very satisfactory year up to this time we held initiation for the
new members and tried to show them our purpose We also sent delegates
to the Bill Convention that was held in Fredonia this year we have
had some fine movies from the United States Army Signal Corps that were
very interesting and educational to all who saw them we have tried
through the whole year to do things that will make us a better club
For the remaining semester, we plan to try to have more movies and
to have a service project If possible, we plan to have a movie for the
public for which we plan to charge admission. Also we plan to send de
legates to the ccnference this year we hope that by our efforts we
are setting an example and pattern for our under classmates to follow
in the years after our graduation
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Many people, both young and old enjoy some kind
of sport. Hunting and fishing are sports as well as
golf, horseback riding, baseball, and basketball.
Because many people are interested, many magazines
and booksv are published not only to entertain, but
also to help them better understand and enjoy their
Many books are necessary in keeping the records
and accounts of a sport. Timing and accuracy in
thought and action are just as important in playing
a.game as they are in writing a book. without these
things, either may be a failure.
Lorraine Sausaman, Captain
Foot IDG' I
lst Row Kunzman, Waterman, Griewisch, G White, Mlacker, Myatt, Salz
man, Ferry, B1e
2nd Row Coach Jayne, Falcone, Muck, Gene Kunzman, Sanders, Cum ings,
Langford, J White, Crowell
It seems that this year there is a great scarcity of experienced
athletes. Our 1 and 6 record in football for '52, was a pretty good
indication. The one victory was against Mayville by a score 18 to 16
while losing to Pine Valley, Panama, Ripley, Clymer, Cassadaga Valley
Gary Mlacker was elected team captain. with the exception of two
seniors, we will have the same team back this fall. Having a yearls
experience under their helmets should give us a much better record.
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lst Row R Ellman, L Ferry, L Hall, R Crowell, C Crowell, 4 Zawicki,
J Woolley, J Huff
2nd Row J Muck, D Fancher, W Greiner, G Salzman, K Dalley, T Grle
wisch, E Saurlol, D Bie, R Bradigan, A Heldt, Coach Jayne
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Non league games
In basketball, as in football, the experience is limited The team
is shaping up nicely however, and shows hopes of a far better record
for the next couple of years to come
Our lone win thus far has been Dunkirk Industrial, the only school
with an enrollment the size of ours
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generous to us. Perhaps you have yearbooks that were published when
you were a pupil and from time to time, you look at them re-living the
days when you were in school. we will be able to do that too, and we
will also come to you for the things we need that you can supply,
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