Frankfort Schuyler Central High School - Maroon Log Yearbook (Frankfort, NY)

 - Class of 1957

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X GM'- lionewono As we look out into the world, we see many new hopes and new dreams. We realize that soon we are to leave Frankfort Central School. Our school means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It's primarily a school of learning. English, shop, math, commerce, history and science are only a few of the variety of courses to arouse the interest of each individual student. But that isn't all school is teaching us. Responsi ility, initiative, and private thinking are encouraged through discussions a.nd participa on in extra-curricular ac- tivities to fit us as young adults in a world in which communism and democracy are each striving for domination. Frankfort Central is indeed one of laughter and learmg. But now let us turn the pages and see who makes up the classes, faculty, and activi . 2 OGOICAUOH MR. JOHN F. MURPHY with heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for his untiring efforts, we, the Class of 1957, dedicate this yearbook to our new superintendent, Mr, John F. Murphy. You have devoted your time, energy, experience, and skill to cope with the problems of this new centralized school. The basis for a smooth running school program must include careful and strategic planning. Hours of study precede many of the wise decisions our superintendent makes that result in opporttmities for a better education for the students of Frankfort. This is just a small token to show our deep appreciation, 3 IHAROOH IOQ TZAIIIZ x r S 5 I EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Francine Aiello ASSISTANT EDITOR Frances Palumbo ACTIVITY EDITORS Nancy Sylvester Carol Giffune Jane Knox Elaine Zwanka Theresa Hugick MAKE-UP EDITORS Mayme Cushman Sharon Bates M""'m 2- i'1i1t..LLi'g,t I .,,,. ADVISORS Mrs. Graves Miss Perritano 4 BUSINESS MANAGER ' Monica Hatton ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS I Earl DeLuke Ronald Gatto I SPORTS EDITOR John Riente I ART EDITORS Connie Dodge Dorothea Hajdasz : PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS I Ronald Sinard , Elaine Crim 1 1 1 I P I I9 5 7 Maroon Log pnesenteo BY the SENIOR class of fmankliont centnal school limankfont, new yonk. Cfzeiaf- fonewonip I I I I As we look out into the world, we see many new hopes d new dreams. We realiu that soon we are to leave Frankfort Central School. Our sxool means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. It's primarily a school of learning. English, shop, math, commerce, history and science are only a few of the variety of courses to arouse the interest of each individual student. . I But that isn't all school is teaching us. Responsi4 ility, initiative, and private thinking are encouraged through discussions and participa on in extra-curricular ac- tivities to fit us as young adults in a world in which communism and democracy are each striving for domination. Frankfort Central is indeed one of laughter and learngng. But now let us turn the pages and see who makes up the classes, faculty, and activities. I I I I I I I I 2 I I I oeolcatl on MR. JOHN F. MURPHY With heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for his xmtiring efforts, we, the Class of 1957, dedicate this yearbook to our new superintendent, Mr, Jolm F. Murphy. You have devoted your time, energy, experience, and skill to cope with the problems of this new centralized school. The basis for a smooth running school program must include careful andstrategic planning. Hours of study precede many of the wise decisions our superintendent makes that result in opporttmities for a better education for the students of Frankfort. This is just a small token to show our deep appreciation. 3 I r I IAFF ITIAROOH loo I I EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Francine Aiello ASSISTANT EDITOR Frances Palumbo ACTIVITY EDITORS Nancy Sylvester Carol Giffune Jane Knox Elaine Zwanka Theresa Hugick MAKE-UP EDITORS Mayrne Cushman Sharon Bates F' X ,Q KWH, -. W".....i'Q, A. 'r - ,,. +- ADVISORS Mrs. Graves Miss Perritano 4 V 1 I BUSINESS MANAGER I Monica Hatton I ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS y Earl DeLuke 9 Ronald Gatto I SPORTS EDITOR Q John Riente I ART EDITORS Y Connie Dodge Dorothea Hajdasz Y 1 1 V PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS I Ronald Sinard Elaine Crim N V I FRANCINE AIELLO "Fran" "Nothing great was a c hi e v e d without enthusiasm . " S tud ent Council 2, Vice-President 45 Dramatic 2,3,45 National Honor Soc- iety 2,3, Vice-President 45 Maroon Log Editor 45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Commercial 2,3,45 Mixed Choir 35 F.H.A. 45 F.T. A. 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 President 3, Vice-Presid ent 45 Letter Club 2,3,45 Cheerleading 2, 35 President 15 Senior Junior Prom 4. ROSA LIE CAMPULUGO NRO.. "In her tongue is the law of kindness." Student Council 35 Dramatic l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Choir 25 F. H.A. 45 Latin 1,2,3, Vice-President 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 French 35 Science 4. SHARON BATES "Shar" She's quite nice looking, she always looks neat5 we're sure that her beauty is more than skin deep. Student Council 45 Maroon Log 45 May DayAttendant 1,35 Girls' State 35 Com- mercial 2,35 Vice-President 45 F.H.A. Reporter 45 Science 35 G.A,A. 15 Mun- ger's Fashion Board 45 Home Ec. 1, Sec- retary 25 Senior-Jlmior Prom 3. ANN BROWNRIGG "Annie" "Ihaveaheart with room for every job. Art 1,2,3,45G1e6 Club 15 F.H.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 1.2. .1 JOSEPH BELMONT "Duke" "They're only truly great who are truly good." Student Council 45 Boys' State 35 Nat- ional Honor Society 2,35 Sports 1,2,3, 45 Mixed Choir 25 Latin 1,25 Science 3, 45 Baseball 15 Math 45 Senior Junior Prom 4, IOS EPHINE CAIOLA NIO.. "Agreeab1eness and friendship are wea1th.' Letter 3,45 Library 1,35 Maroon Bugle l,2,3,45 Dramatic 35 Mixed Choir 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Latin 1, 25 F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Cheerleading 35 French 35 Math 4. it M... 1 . MARIE CATTAT "Re Re" "The small courtesies sweeten lifeg the greater ennoble it." Dramatic 3,4g Mixed Choir 2,3g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Commercial 2,3,4, Pres- ident 43 F.H.A. 4, G.A.A. lg Maroon Bugle 1. s 0A LEE CARUSO M JOSEPH CASTELLANO "K1u" ucustyu "Blushes are the rainbow of modesty." Senior-Junior Prom 3g Sports 1,2,3,4, Secretary4g Latin 23 Science 3,4, Vice- President 4, Baseball lg Math 3,4g Mix- ed Choir 2, ELAINE CRIM "Elaine" "A light heart lives 1ong." Maroon log 45 Art 4g Glee Club 1,2,3, 4gCommerCia131 G.A.A. 1,25 Dramat- ic 25 Home Ec. 2. if I n S1 A A 1 ss JosEPH CHIPPARI l "Chip" "If silence is golden, then I am poverty- stricken. " l Student Council 3g Dramatic 25 Sports l,2,3,4g Mixed Choir 1,23 Basketball l,2g Commercial 1,2g Class President 2g Vice-President 3. 14 I "A fellow who shines in every sport for all our jokes he has a quick retort Letter 2,3,4g Mixed Choir 1 Student Cotmcil 35 Dramatic President 2 Sports 1,2,3, Vice-President 4g Basketball l 2,35 Football 1,2,3. JAMES CHRISTENSEN "Red no noise XX is yas-s-ss-wa-sw-4 --xx. f-.ww s BARBARA CROSSETT "Barb" "A good laugh is sunshine in the house." Dramatic 2,35 Art 15 May Day Attend- ant 25 Majorette 35 Commercial 2, 35 Math President 3. CONSTANCE DODGE "Connie" "Many persons feel art and some under- stand it, but few both feel and under- stand it . " Library l,2,4, Vice-President 45 Mar- oon Bugle 25 Dramatic 3,45 Maroon Log 45 Art 1 ,4, Vice-President 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Latin 25 Commercial 454G. A.A. 3, 45 F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Senior-Junior Prom 3,45 Queen Attendant 3. MAYME CUSHMAN "May" "Gay of spirit, Light of heart, of all that's life, she takes a part," , All-State Choir 45 Sextette 45 Mixed Choir 2, 35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Letter 2,3,4: Dramatic l,2,3,45 Commercial 11213141 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, SECYCIHIY' TFGHSUIGF 3: F.H.A. 4, Songleader, Par- liamentarian 45 Varsity Cheerleading 2, 35 Maroon Log 45 Senior Junior Prom 4. CATHERINE DE CARR Cathy "They that know no evil will suspect none G.A.A. 3,4, F.H.A. 3,4, Vice ident 35 Dramatic 45 Commercial 45 , fy, f A, f it.-f H. ,W . . . ,.,, ,L ,, J, , BESSIE CROSSETT "Bess" "Eyes of holy blue." Dramatic Vice-President 25 May Day Attendant 25 Majorette 2, 35 Commer- cial 2,35 Math 3. EARL DE LUKE "Ear1" "On with thedance, let joy be confined." Maroon Bugle 45 Student Council 1, 25 Dramatic2,3,45 Mixed Choir 1,25 Com- mercial 1,25 Latin 15 Science 45 French 35 Math 45 Wrestling 45 Bowling 45 Track 45 Senior Junior Prom 4. French 3 'gl-Ill RONALD GATTO "Butch" "All mankind lover a 1over." Sports 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3g Art 1,2,3, 4, Vice-President 3g Mixed Choir 1,2g Letter 3,45 Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball 1g Football 1, 2,3,4g Senior-Junior Prom 3,45 Maroon Log 4. BEVERLY HA RMON "Bev" "She teacher us that in life's walk 'tis better to let others talk." Dramatic 1,25 Home Ec. 15 Glee Club 2,35 Commercial 2,3,4g F.H.A. 4. 53 DORTHEA HAJDASZ 1 "Dot" "Genius does what it rnustg talent does what it can. " l Maroon Log 4g Art 1,2,4p Glee Club 2, 3,4g Senior-Junior Prom 3. 1 HOMER HAMAN 1 u "Noble deeds that are concealed arel most esteemed. Sports l,2,3,4g Latin 2g Mixed Choir 2g Science 3, 45 Baseball 1. 1 CAROL GIFFUNE "Car" "Laugh yourself into stitches. " Dramatic l,2,3g Mixed Choir 2g Glee Club l,2,3g Latin 1,2,3gG.A.A. 1,2 Treasurer 23 Senior-Junior Prom 3g Mar- oon Log 4. MONICA HATTON "Monica" "The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid." Latin 1,2,3g President 43 Library 1,3, S ecretary-Treasurer 3, President 45 F. T.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Dram- atic 2,4g Maroon Log 45 Art 45 May Day Attendant 3g Mixed Choir 2gG1ee Club 1,2,3, Vice-President 35 F.H.A. 4g Treasurer 4. SHARON BATES "Shar" She's quite nice looking, she always looks neat- we're sure that her beaut FRANCINE AIELLO "Fran" great was achieved without tud ent Council 2, Vice-President 45 ramatic 2,3,45 National Honor Soc- ety 2,3, Vice-President 45 Maroon Log ditor 45 Glee Club 1,2,35 Commercial ,3,45 Mixed Choir 3: F.H.A. 4: F.T. . 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 President 3, ice-Presid ent 45 Letter Club 2,3,45 heerleading 2, 35 President 15 Senior unior Prom 4. ROSA LIE CAMPULUGO .. RO.. her tongue is the law of kindness." Council 35 Dramatic l,2,3,45 Club 1,2,3,'45 Mixed Choir 25 F. . 45 Latin 1,2,3, Vice-President 45 A.A. 1,2,35 French 35 Science 4. ' Y is more than skin deep. Student Council 45 Maroon Log 45 May Day Attendant 1,35 Girls' State 35 Com- mercial 2,35 Vice-President 45 F.H.A Reporter 45 Science 35 G.A.A. 15 Mun- ger's Fashion Board 45 Home Ec. 1, Sec- retary 25 Senior-Junior Prom 3. ANN BRO WNRIGG "Annie" Ihaveaheart with room for every Job, Art 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 15 F.H.A. 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2. IOSEPH BELMONT "Duke" "They're only truly great who are truly good." Student Council 45 Boys' State 35 Nat- ional Honor Society 2,35 Sports 1,2,3, 45 Mixed Choir 25 Latin 1,25 Science 3, 45 Baseball 15 Math 45 Senior Junior Prom 4. IOS EPHINE CAIOLA NIO.. 'Agreeableness and friendship are wealth." Letter 3,45 Library 1,35 Maroon Bugle 1,2,3,45 Dramatic 35 Mixed Choir 2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Latin 1, 25 F.T.A. 3,4, Secretary 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Cheerleading 35 French 35 Math 4. ,,V, 1,57 , LEE CARUSO "Klu" "Blushes are the rainbow of modesty." Senior-Junior Prom 33 Sports l,2,3,4, Secretary43 Latin 23 Science 3,4, Vice- President 43 Baseball 13 Math 3,41 Mix- ed Choir 2, ELAINE CRIM "Elaine" "A light heart lives long." Maroon Log 4g Art 43 Glee Club 1,2,3 43 Commercial33 G.A.A. 1,21 Dramat- ic 23 Home Ec. 2. MARIE CATTAT "Re Re" 3 "The small courtesies sweeten life: the greater ennoble it." 3 Dramatic 3,41 Mixed Choir 2,32 Glee Club1,2,3,43 Commercial 2,3,4, Pres- ident 43 F.H.A. 43 G.A.A. 13 Maroon Bugle 1. JOSEPH CHIPPARI l "Chip" "If silence is golden, then I am poverty- stricken. " l Student Council 33 Dramatic 23 Sports 1,2,3,43 Mixed choir 1,23 Basketball 1,22 Commercial 1,23 Class President 2g Vice-President 3. -I4 JOSEPH CASTELLANO "Custy" "A fellow who shines in every sport, fos all our jokes he has a quick retort." Letter 2,3,4Q Mixed Choir 13 Studen' Council 33 Dramatic President 23 Sport: 1,2,3, Vice-President 4g Basketball 1 2,33 Foorbau 1,2,3. JAMES CHRISTENSEN IIRed VI "A gentleman makes no noise. " Sports Club 4. fTransferredJ. BARBARA CROSSETT "Barb" "A good laugh is stmshine in the house." Dramatic 2,35 Art 15 May Day Attend- ant 25 Majorette 35 Commercial 2, 35 Math President 3. CONSTANCE DODGE "Connie" "Many persons feel art and some under- tand it, but few both feel and under- tand it . " 1,2,4, Vice-President 45 Mar- Bugle 2, Dramatic 3,4, Maroon Log Art 1 ,4, Vice-President 45 Glee Club 4, Latm 2, Commercial 4,'G. A.A. 45 F.T.A, 2,3,45 Senior-Junior Prom 4, Queen Attendant 3. MAYME CUSHMAN ..May.. "Gay of spirit, light of heart, of all that's1ife, she takes a part." A All-State Choir 45 Sextette 45 Mixed Choir 2,35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Dramatic 1,2,3,45 Commercial 1.2.3.4: G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Secretary- Tl'C3SUl'9l'3i F.H.A. 4, Songleader, Par- liamentarian 45 Varsity Cheerleading 2, 35 Maroon Log 45 Senior Junior Prom 4. CATHERINE DE CARR "Cathy" "They that know no evil will suspect none." G.A.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 3,45 V1ce-Pres- ident 35 Dramatic 45 Commercial 45 French 3. BESSIE CROSSETT "Bess" Eyes of holy blue. Dramatic Vice President 2, May Day Attendant 25 Majorette 2, 35 Commer- cial 2,3, Math 3. EARL DE LUKE "Ear1" On with thedance, let joy be confined. Maroon Bugle 4, Student Council 1, 2, Dramatic2,3,45 Mixed Choir 1,25 Com- mercial 1,25 Latin 15 Science 45 French 35 Math 45 Wrestling 45 Bowling 45 Track 45 Senior Junior Prom 4, lg., RONALD GATTO "Butch" "Al1 mankind lover a lover." Sports 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Art l,2,3, 4, Vice-President 3, Mixed Choir 1,2, Letter 3,45 Baseball 1, 2,3,4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2,3,4, Senior-Junior Prom 3,4, Maroon Log 4, BEVERLY HARMON "Bev" "She teacher us that in 1ife's walk 'tis better to let others talk." Dramatic 1,25 Home Ec. 1, Glee Club 2,3, Commercial 2,3,4, F.H.A. 4. DORTHEA HAIDASZ "Dot" , "Genius does what it must, talent does what it can. " i Maroon Log 4, Art 1,2,4, Glee Club 2, 3,4, Senior Junior Prom 3. HOMER HAMAN , "Bud" l "Nob1e deeds that are concealed are most esteemed." Q Sports 1,2,3,4, Latin 2, Mixed chdir 2, Science 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3 CAROL GIFFUNE llcarll "Laugh yourself into stitches. " Dramatic l,2,3, Mixed Choir 2, Glee Club l,2,3, Latin 1,2,, G.A.A. l, Treasurer 2, Senior-Junior Prom 3, Mar oon Log 4. MONICA HATTON "Monica" "The sweetest garland to the sweetes maid." Latin l,2,3, President 4, Library 1,3, S ec retary-Treasurer 3, President 4, F T.A. 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Dram atic 2,4, Maroon Log 4, Art 4, May Da Attendant 3, Mixed Choir 2, Glee l,2,3, Vice-President 3, F.H.A. Treasurer 4, ELEANOR HUGHES HEI.. "Her hair is red, and you know the rest, for we all think her one of the best." Dramatic l,2,3, Treasurer 45 Commer- cial 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4gF.H.A. 4. Nj ,Lf , , I 4,.f,f'L TC Ck fdfaafj I Uffff' f f I 1 ' , 77x pfvtz MARY LOU LOIACONO HLOC-' "I have no mockings or argumentsg I witness and wait." H A 1 4 Commercial 2 3 Secre 4, Glee Club 1, Class Secretary 4. JAMES IULIANO num.. "Blessed be agriculture! If one does not have too much of it." Sports 1,2,3,4, Vice-President: F.F.A. 3,4, President 4. ELEANOR KNOX "Jane" "A person to cherish and handle with care: with a talent for friendship that is really rare." National Honor Society 2,3,4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4g Maroon Bugle 2,3,4g CYNSSPA 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: All-State 41 Mixed Choir 2,35 Maroon Log 45 Lat- in 1,2g French 31 Library 1,2,3g F.H.A. 4: G.A.A. l,4. HUGICK' " "Terry" "No friend like music when the heart is broken, to mend its wings and give it flight again." Library 2, 3, Bugle 2,3,4, Dept. Ed.: Maroon Log 4, F.H.A. 4g Latin l,2g F. T.A. 35 Cheerleading, J.V. 2, V. 4, G.A.A. 2,3,4,G1eeC1ub 1,2,3,4g Sex- tette 3,4: CYNSSPA 3, Letter 4g A11- State 4: Mixed Choir 2,35 French 3g Science 43 Home Ec. 4, Senior-Junior Prom 4. Jo ANN LOIAC ANO NIO.. "Rare is the union of beauty and purity. " Glee Club l,2,3,4g Dramatic 3,44 Lat- in l, 2, J.V. Cheerleading 3g May Queen Attendant 1, IAMES LORE "Moose" "Talking is no great problem." Sports 1,2,3,4g Commercial 1,2: LV. Basketball 1,2g Football l,2,3,4g Cap- tain, Baseball 1,25 Letters 3,4g Mixed Choir 1,2g Senior-Junior Prom 3g Class Secretary 1, President 3. MAYME NICASTRO "Nicki" "Aimiability shines by its own light," Dramatic 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Commercia11,2,4g F.H.A. 3,45 Science 4, F.T.A. 3,4g Home Ec. 1,2, Secre- tary: Math Vice-President 3: Glee Club l,2, 3,45 Mixed Choir 2,3. CAROL MATTESON "Butch" " Well timed silence doth more eloquence than speech." Maroon Bugle l,2,3,4g Glee Club l,2, 3,45 Mixed Choir 1,25 Latin 1,23 Lib- rary l,2,3g Math 3, Science 3,4g All- State 4. 'R I u i .M MARIE NEDZYNSKI "Marie" "For they can conquer who believe they can. " Maroon Bugle 1,2,3,4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 4g Student Council 2g Library 1,2,3, President 3g Latin 1,23 Math 35 F.T.A. 3: National Honor Society 2,3, 4, President 45 Glee Club l,2g Science 4g American Legion Oratorical Contest 33 Masonic Essay Contest 4. ' it P5 of . iii ti' if l KS- t is Ll 'K PETER MANNO Il Pete!! Fools rush in where angels fear to tread .' Football 3,4g Basketball 4, Baseball 1, 2,45 Sports 2, 3, 4, Model Airplane lg Letter 4, Science President 3, Secretary 4: Latin 1,2g Math 3,4. PAUL PALUMBO "Flip" "Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined. " Student Council 4, Football 3,4, Bas- ketball 3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Senior- Iunior Prom 35 Math 3, 4g Latin 1,2g Science 3,4g Letter Vice-President 3,4g Sports 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4. ix in MARILYN PASSANTE "Mar" Good things come in small packages. F.H.A. 4, Art Club 4. vi JOANNE PARATORE ljofl "A penny for your thoughts." G.A.A. 1,25 Dramatic 1,2,3,45 Mixed Choir 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,35 Comm- ercial l,2,3, Secretary 45 Home Ec. 1, 25 Maroon Bugle 1,2. ALAN ROSBROOK ..Isac.. "As quiet as he is handsome. " Sports 45 Latin 1,25 Science 3,45 Bas- 1,2,35 Bowling 45 Math 35 Let- 45 Mixed Choir 2,35 Baseball 2. 'X A X ,gi 'X . -fn .Sag av-.5 Qs. to ss. i t 5 ii-2 1 f -. ff . ' 5-s s . 5-tat? 5, K ..,k.,, 1 S gt issss .,, . at ,,. 'N wa f - 55. ' J' JOHN RIENTE "Brownie" "A gentleman is a Christian product." Math 3, 45 Latin 1, 25 Science 35 Foot- ball 3,45 Basketball 3,45 Baseball l,2, 3,45 Letter 3,45 Boys' State 35 Student Council 1, 4, President 45 Sports 45 Mar- oon Log 45 Class Trea surer 35 Senior- Junior Prom 4, ROSEMARIE PARATORE "sis" "A true friend is forever a friend." Dramatic l,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Mixed Choir 1,25 Commercial 2, Vice- President 35 Home Ec. 15 G.A.A. 3,4, Vice:President 1,2,3,45 Student Coun- cil 2,45 F.H.A. 4. SANDRA ROBELLARD "Sandy" "It is tranquil people who accomplish much." Glee 1,2,3,45 Mixed Choir 2,35 Com- mercial 2,3,45 F.H.A. 45 Majorette 4. .1 I . TERESA RUBINO "Ruby" "True as the needle to the pole or as the dial to the sun. " Latin 1,25 F. T. A. 2,3,45 Dramatic 2, 3,45 Science 45 Mixed Choir 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Senior Junior Prom 35 Commercial 45 G. A. A. 4. VINCENT SGROI Num.. "All the great men are dying and I don't feel so well myself." Football 2,35 Ba sketball 1 ,25 Student Council 25 Model Airplane 1, 25 Sports l,2, 3. l we RONALD SINARD W "Devil" ELEANOR SCHMIDT , There are some silent people who are 5 more interesting than the best talkers. " C F.H. A. 4, An Club 4. PHYLLIS SANDERS ..Fee.. "Anything done for another is done for oneself." Latin 1,25 Dramatic 1,25 G.A.A. 2: F. T.A. 2,35 Math 3,45 Science 4. JOSEPH SPATOL ..JOe., "Just a kid at heart." Science 3, 45 Bowling 45 Football 1, 25 Baseball 15 Model Airplane. 1. "And the devil came in many shapes, tempting him. " Maroon Log 45 Latin l, 25 Math 3, 4, President 35 Band l,2, 3, All-State 2,3, All-County l, 2, 35 Science 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 45 Baseball 1,25 Model Airplane 2, 3, 45 Sports 45 Track l,2, 3,45 Bowling 45 Wrestling 45 Dram- atic 4, 1 l Student Cotuicil 25 Senior-Junior Prom 35 Math 35 Latin l,2, Vice-President 25 S . r 3,1 fr., JOHN SPINA slay.. "And he will give the devil his due." Basketball 1 ,2, 3, 4, Footballl , 2, 3, Base- ball l,2,3,4, Model Airplane 2,3, Math 3, Letter 3, 4, Science 3, 4, Latin l,2, NANCY SYLVESTER "Nan" "A gaylaugh, a friendly smile, a cheery word all the while." Latin l,2,3, G.A.A. l,2,3, Vice-Pres- ident4, GleeC1ub1,2,3, Mixed Choir 2, Maroon Log 4, Science 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 4, Senior-Junior Prom 4, ROSALIE SPOHN NRO.. "Earr1estness and sincerity are synony- mous. " Dramatic 2,3, 4, Mixed Choir 1 ,2, Treas- urer, Glee Club l,2,3, Commercial 2, 3,4, Home EC. 1, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, F H.A. 4, Class Vice-President 2. . 5 V. s. Sports 4, Class Secretary l . ,,s- , . ,,, 1 . , X ID 'r isk 1 17 E51 . . if 'N . , i LT7. 02 j , X ,L . wsu' ' N.i,a.n1.- . .- - 1.151 ifffw , ' Ml fy V A 'LUV WN U b W A 'i J yy ,MTH NEXT WN A Xi .UH ,g ate., 4. i . lf' EEK 'f "Variety'is,t ver 'icyo ' e, that . . .f f gives it ay av . G.A.A. 1,g,3,4,Majorette 1,2,3, F.l-I. A. 3, 4, Dramatic 1, 2, Commercial 2, 3,4, Glee Club 1, Varsity Cheerleading 3,4, Letter Club 3,4. ELAINE ZWANKA "Elaine" ANGELINE TOCCO "Angie" "She who sings frightens away her life. " Dramatic 1,2,3, Secretary 4, Commer- cial 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Letter 4, Varsity Cheerleading 4, F.H.A. 3,4, F.T.A. 2,3,4,Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Mix- ed Choir 1, 2, Sextette 4, All-State 4. 21 "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair." Dramatics l ,2,3, National Honor Society 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Maroon Log 4, Commercial 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 3,4, F. T.A. 3,4, Band l,2, 3, Secretary 4, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer, All-County Band l,3,4, A11-State Band 2,3,4, Glee Club 3. I the semon clock class HISIOI2 Class of 1957 Frankfort-Schuyler Central School Dear Diary, Being in a reminiscent mood, I will turn back the pages of this diary to bring back the pages of this diary to bring back the pleasant memories of our freshman year. Under the direction of our class officers: Francine Aiello, Presidentg Lee Caruso, Vice-Presidentg Jim Lore, Secre- tary: John Spina, Treasurerg we became the first class to react our eighth grade graduation exercises. To increase our knowledge, "although we really didn't need it, " we went to the Stanley Theater to see the KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE with Miss Perritano and Miss Frank. We embarked on our money-making career under the direction of Mrs. Castronovo and Mrs. Reina by highlighting our freshman year with the most successful dance of the year--Our Hobo Dance. The class was represented at May Day festivities by Sharon Bates and JoAnn Loiacano. As I turn the pages to my sophomore year, I find as class officers: President, Joe Chipparig Vice-President, Rosalie Spohnp Secretary, Sharon Batesg and Treasurer, Joe Belmont. Our advisors were Miss Braidwood, Art Teacherg and Mr. Monohan, Science Teacher. Through the capable cheering ability of Mayme Cushman and Francine Aiello, Varsity Cheerleaders: the football team, including many members of the sophomore class, won the midstate championship. Honor was bestowed upon our class with the selection of the following to the National Honor Society, the first chapter in Frankfort Central: Fran Palumbo, Fran Aiello, Jane Knox, Elaine Zwanka, Marie Nedsynski, and Joe Belmont. May attendants were the Crossett twins. At the end of the year we witnessed the departure of our classmate, Sally Durant, who enrolled in a private girls' school. As joyful juniors, we received COhl! Great day in the morningly OUR CLASS RINGS. We made a tremendous profit selling Christmas wreaths and holly imder the supervision of Miss Perritano and Mrs. Senif. Singing in the Sextet were 'Iheresa Hugick and Frances Palumbo, and cheering their teams to victory were Mayme Cushman, Francine Alello, Josie Caiola, and Kate Trippen as Varsity, and Frances Palumbo and JoAnn as Junior Varsity. Finally the long-awaited prom - and if everyone didn't feel as if they were at the mardi gras - it wasn't the fault of the theme. Class officers were: Jim Lore, President: Joe Chippari, Vice-President: Ron Gatto, Secretaryg and John Riente, Treasurer. Joe Belmont, Bill Williams, and John Riente were selected for BOYS' STATE while Sharon Bates represented Frankfort at GIRLS' STATE. Rounding up the school year activities, Monica Hatton and Sharon Bates were selected as May Day atten- dants, and Jim Lore gave his "Notorious" response on Class Night. At last! Sophisticated Seniors!! Frances Palumbo became President of the class with Joe Belmont, Vice-Presidentg Mary Lou Loiacono, Secretaryg and Monica Hatton, Treasurer. Still trying to earn money, we sold Christmas cards. Under Mrs. Graves, the work of this year book began. Starting the year off with a kick, Jim Lore became Captain of the football team, and .Tolm Riente, Co-Captain. Other senior players were Paul Palumbo, Ron Gatto. and Peter Manno. The old rah, rah of cheerleading was led by Theresa Hugick, Katherine Trippen, and Angie Tocoo as Varsity. The leaders of the Student Cotmcil, selected by the faculty, were: President. John Rienteg Vice-President, Francine Aiellog and Secretary-Treasurer, Frances Palumbo, Singing in the sextet were Theresa Hugick, Angie Tocco, Frances Palumbo and Mayme Cushman. After the activities of Class Day, Class Night, Senior Play, May Day, and Graduation, the Class of 1957 left the halls of F,C.S. to find a new and better life, but they have always cherished the memories of our alma mater. 23 class will Fran Aiello leaves one ice cube to Roy Swiger in hopes that he is more successful in cooling his temper. J Sharon Bates leaves her quiet and sincere disposition to Lonell Hakes. Joe Belmont leaves to Mike Mazzola and Joe Christiano the title "Model school boy." fDo you think they deserve it?J Josephine Caiola leaves to Phil Chuff her ability to get into other people's affairs successfully. Rosalie Campulugo leaves her abilityto conquer French to Jim Hocking, Lee Caruso leaves his QUIET MANNER, while in school, to William Van Nort and David J effalone. Joe Castellano leaves his athletic ability to Carl Corriggio and Dick Krick. flf you can do as wellly Marie Cattat leaves her "be-oo-ti-ful sweeping" eyelashes to Mary Dempsey. fMonroe won't have a thing on you, Marylj ' Joe Chippari leaves to Mike Sciortino and Peter Valent a place by the school to park their "hot rods." James Christensen leaves his red hair to Don Bristol. Elaine Crim leaves her desk in the mechanical drawing room to Brian Bunce -- Hope you will use it in the future. ' Barbara a.nd Bessie Crossett leave their place as twins in the Senior Class to Joan and Joanne Hall. Mayme Cushman bequeaths her Elvis Presley guitar to Al I-lenrickson, Catherine DeCarr bequeaths to Mike Kravec the oo-operating spirit which she has always willingly expressed. X Earl DeLuke leaves to John Lolio a miniature pool table complete with chalk and cues. Maybe this will eliminate the daily walk downtown. Connie Dodge leaves the title of "Senior Artist" to Carolyn Baldwin. Ronnie Gatto leaves his "Popeye strength" to George Luther. KA can of spinach a day is the trick! Carol Giffune leaves to Joanne Spohn her hilarious giggle so that she Wcan amuse the Senior Class of 1958. w Dorothy Hajdasz leaves to Philomena Ortello and Rachel Zaffarano her "I'll Take Life as It Comes" attitude, Homer Haman bequeaths to Billy Abrams a fire cracker to wake him up. Theresa Rubino leaves an ounce of quietness to John Latella -- Please llse It, l Phyllis Sanders leaves her simple and sweet attitude to that light-hearted kid, Margaret Mack. Eleanor Schmidt leaves her quietness and shyness to De Anne Boudry. Beverly Harmon leaves her seat on the bus to Leonard Cavanaugh, l Monica Hatton bequeaths her ability to make money for the Senior Class to Joanne Onofaro. Eleanor Hughes bequeaths her "gift of gab" to a loquacious girl, Rita Castellano. Theresa Hugick bequeaths her scientific ability to Joanne Henrickson. 1 Jim J uliano leaves to Joe Digristina his agricultural interests and F.FfA. prominence. Jane Knox leaves to Doreen Graves and Rita J uteau two megaphones sol that Mrs. Graves will be able to hear them in class. ' J came Loiacano wills her "come hither look" to Diane Cress. X l Jim Lore leaves George Feduccia and Ed Lints his ability to talk uninterrupted throughout his classes. Peter Manno gives to Wayne Kusienski and Henry Kinney the telephone number of his favorite hair dresser. fMachine1ess waves are the rage now.D Carol Matteson leaves to Catherine App her ability to get along with teachers. Marie Nedzynski leaves her scholarly intellect to Carol Favat and Evelyn Bristol. Mamie Nicastro leaves her vim, vigor, and vitality to David Russell Frances Palumbo bequeaths her natural curly hair to Joan Murphy and Cecelia Gillette. Paul Palumbo has decided to give lessons to Anthony LaMonica and Henry Sharo, on how to become acquainted with girls. CYou're too bashful, boyslj Joanne Paratore leaves Paul Puleo. Rosemary Paratore leaves one ton of used gum to Carol Catlin and Sandra Fresco if they wish to experiment in synthetic rubber manufacture. Marilyn Passante leaves the title of Shorty to Phyl Sgroi. John Riente leaves those two promising stars of football, Howard Charbonneau and Ray Krick, the honor of carryingthe gridiron tradition of the Maroon and White. Sandra Robellard leaves her place in front of the mirror in the girls' room to Sharon Lee and Carol Parkola. Alan Rosbrook leaves a few inches to Stanley Wolanski. Ronald Sinard leaves toJohn Tucker anew book of excuses for absence, tardiness, and impreparedness. Vincent Sgroi leaves to Joe Loiacano and Dick Farrell the role of a man in the fog, too much to do, and no time to do it in -- besides I feel terrible. ,T oe Spatol leaves to those ever-thumbing juniors, Jim Barnett and Tom Maneen, a pair of skates in case their thumbs wear out. John Spina wills his QUITE BECOMING "curly hair" toGeorge Sylvester. Crust think - no more curlersly Rosalie Spohn leaves her seat in secretarial class to Lorraine Jones and Cinda Valente. Nancy Sylvester leaves her well-groomed appearance and pleasant smile to Georgianna Deeand Verna Favat. Angie Tocco gives to Frank LaPuma talent of being the No. 1 J itterbug of F.C.S. Here's hoping you succeed. Kate Trippen bequeaths a book en1:ltled"HowtoGain Weight in Ten Easy Lessons" to Nancy Callahan. Elaine Zwanka leaves to Jeanette Rappa the honor of towering over the senior girls. Mary Lou Loiaoono leaves her charming personality to Barbara Ames. We, the Senior Class, reluctantly but of necessity, bequeath to the unpredictable Juniors, our Senior prerogatives and dignity as well as our wisdom and foresight. To.Mrs. Graves the members of the Senior Class give, free from all inheritance, luxury, or income tax, our complete store of knowledge. From her it came, to her it is returned, Each senior contributes one ounce of patience to cope with the Class of '58, Best of luck always. To the faculty we bequeath a box of embroiderai handkerchiefs to dry their tears when the beloved Senior Class of '57 make their exit. ffm? class puophecy Time: A lovely day in June, 1967 A Place: Frankfort. New York Who would think that I would be walking along this same Main Street ten years from the time I was graduated from High School! As my husband and I were strolling by all the familiar places we see coming toward us the prominent engineer, Joseph M. Belmont, and his Board of Directors, Lee Caruso and Homer Haman, his former fishing partners. J We say goodbye to the three men and find ourselves in front of a huge grocery store, which has painted above the door, "Spato1's Low Cost, High Quality Grocery." Inside we find Mrs. Paul Palumbo, the former Mayme Cushman, doing her weekly shoppingl As we look to the right, we see Paul Palumbo, engineer, with a beautiful tan received while building a new canal to replace the Suez. Rosalie Campulugo, a famous dietician is arguing with the butcher about quivering liver. Rosalie informs us that Rosalie Spohn and Angie Tocco are secretaries for the owner of Castellano's Sporting Goods Company. Outside again, we decide to to to Accattato's. It's been a long time since either of us has been there. Behind the fotmtain whom do you suppose we found jerking up a soda? None other than Junior De Luke. But, look, who is to receive that luscious concoction? Sharon Bates is. She is home for a few days after having won the bathing beauty cup at Atlantic City. She tells us that Eleanor Hughes, a medical secretary, has wedding bells rather penicillin on her mind. Her boss, the eminent Dr. Sinard, cannot concentrate either. Wonder why? Just then, who should come running in but Nan Sylvester. Sheis very much excited a.nd asks Junior to turn on the radio for it's time for the broadcast of the Dodger baseball game with John Spina pitching. After the broadcast, Nan tells us that she and Marie Cattat are part-Owners of the "Two Musketeers Business School," famous throughout the valley. l We then decide to visit the high school, which we Lmderstand has been improved more since we left. On our way past the Hollywood 'Iheater a large advertisement of the coming attractions catches my eye. The faces of the two women are very familiar and when I read the caption I knew why. Q18 is that famous actress and current idol of the screen, Carol "Greta" Giffune. Mary I..ou Loiacono, the beautiful blonde from Bashful Bend, is now playing Betty Grable's role as a temperamental trigger-happy entertainer of the Old West. t Around the corner we see a large crowd gathering for the Crossett twin's double wedding ceremony. Among the spectators there stands out two blue WAVE lmiforms belonging to Dot Hajdasz and Elaine Crim home on leave. Also leading the choir for this wedding is the famous organist, Josephine Caiola. She has just made her debut at Carnegie Hall. W Anxious to see the school once again, we hurry on our way. l Now we find ourselves going up the walk of that familiar building that held so many of us together for four long years. Inside the school we go upstairs to the principal's office. Whom do you suppose we find sitting behind the desk? John Riemel He explains that he wanted to see how it felt to be on the right side of things, so he accepted the position as principal. He says that we will probably want to meet some of his new faculty members. First, he leads us to the history department where we find Jane Knox. Taking a few minutes from class, she tells us that Mayme Nicastro and Alan Rosbrook are now head of the girls' and boys' athletic department. A In the commercial department Frances Palumbo is explaining the process of duplication. She informs us that Jim Juliano is a successful agricultural leaderl of Central New York. She also tells us that Joanne Paratore is the wife of a prosperous farmer. I W 26 In the office again we find Katherine Trippen checking out the tardy excuses as usual. Katherine is now sending out college applications to Marie Nedzynski, Dean of Women at Vassar College. She informs us that Theresa Hugick and Carol Matteson are nurses at Hugick's Memorial Hospital and have just performed a delicate brain surgery on Peter Manno, one of tel.evision's leading comedians. Now down to Sgroi's Newsstand we glanceat the headlines on the sports page. Ron Gatto, the captain of Army's football team, has given Jim "Moose" Lore an award for the best defensive player of the year. Fast-moving Ro Paratore has just started the first girls' football team. Glancing at the SATURDAY EVENING PST we seethe cleverly-designed cover created by Connie Dodge, head of the art staff. Flipping the pages through SEVENTEEN, we see the annotmcement of the opening of Hatton's Fashion Parade featuring three of America's highest paid models, Joanne Loiacano, Sandie Robellard and Elaine Zwanka. The fashions will be reviewed by that exclusive buyer of women's apparel, Miss Beverly Harmon, As we stop at the post office to mail a letter to Theresa Rubino, now teaching at Oswego State, we encounter I im Christensen, postmaster. As we glance at the posters we see a "wanted" sign for that AWOL soldier, .T oe Chippari. Ihappm to meet Cathy DeCarr and Ann Brownrigg, two prominent homemakers who hold positions at Cornell and Morrisville. Cathy tells us that Marilyn Passante has won the contest as "Miss Shorty of 196'7." Ann says that Eleanor Schmidt is now secretary to that great scientiest, Phyllis Sanders. A In ten years' time that great class of 1957 has really come a long way. They have accom- plished great things and I know they will be long remembered. As for the author, she will nodoubt return to her duties as a housewife and private secretary at B 8: R Trucking Company. Sincerely yours, 27 I Qi 95 ymni Q . W wg- ? 'WSW' sr 55 NWN kk? 8 i X., an ffa A V jj 4, x F" ig .L xg, awww xx A 1 Q D X. 1 .. Wil U ww . J W Ng... Q VW J' EQ? ,v If WL 'QQ Qwi wi. ...P 30 .TCQ X X XX , 1 X X 7 T7 X . K f' 7 X WW lj, K K4-S I Rfk x I X R I X. R 3 ' X K ! fl! gk N gg X A u , Qf w ' f fx .Wm I 1 , ' , V N, IN XE W f ,r j ' Q W I I IW ff Q I If my M W' f + f M . 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Fred Grates Treasurer . . . . Kathleen Cole Advisor . . . . . Miss Frank Advisor . , . . Mr. Donahue 34 i eighth GRACE S g Q . ' ce -S 5 seventh game E -ll-- , 36 class offlcens ho's who In E. C. s. We laud the following students for their spirited interest and participation in these activities. We honor our classmates because of their meritorious recogtition. W ALL-COUNTY BAND: Kathteen coie 1, Elaine Zwanka 4. i ALL-COUNTY CHOIR: Mayme Cushman 4: Angie Tocco 4: Frances Palumbo 4: Rita Juteau 3: Carol Matteson 4: Jane Knox 4: Carol Favat 3: Theresa Hugick 4: Connie Dodge 4: Michael Mazzola 3: Joseph Cristiano 3: Donald Bristol 3: George Sylvester 3. ALL-STATE BAND: Elaine zwanka 4: James Hocking 3: sam Tucizi 2. . D. A.R.: Frances Palutnbo 4. FASHION BOARD QMUNGER'SD: Sharon Bates 4: Sandra Fresco 3. GIRLS' STATE: Sharon Bates 4. i BOYS' STATE: Joe Belmont 4: John Riente 4: Bill Williams 4. AMERICAN LEGION ORATORICAL CONTEST: Marie Nedzynski 4: Bernice Nedzynski 2. F.T.A, CONVENTION: Jane Knox 4: Theresa Hugick 4: Josephine ,Caiola 4. NATIONAL HONOR CONVENTION: Francine Aiello 4: J oe Belmont 4, C.Y.N.S.S.P.A.: Theresa Hugick 4: Carol Matteson 4: Jane Knox 4: Marie Nedzynski 4: Carol Favat 3: Michael Mazzola' 3. I WGAT SAFETY CONTEST: Jeanette Rappa 3. i CHARTER MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: Francine Aiello 4: Jane Knox 4: Elaine Zwanka 4: Marie Nedzynski 4: Frances Palumbo 4: Joe Behtiont 4. LITTERBUG CONTEST: First Prize, Connie Dodge 4: Second Prize, Ronald Gatto 4: Third Prize, Monica Hatton 4. . STATE MASONIC CONTEST: Carol Matteson 4, First Prize. I AMERICAN LEGION WINNER OF POPPY POSTER CONTEST: Connie Dodge 4. ALL-STATE CHOIR: Angie Tocco 4: Jane Knox 4: Carol Maltteson 4: Carol Favat 3: Mayme Cushman 4: Frances Palumbo 4: Joe Christiano 3: Michael Mazzola 3: Donald Bristol 3: George Sylvester 3. . SGXTZGITZE Six girls are selected to beinthis singing group. The upper are preferred for membership. These members must have the ability to read music, to blend in small ensemble, and have a general musical appetite and interest in music. i i 38 I I NX Qbggp stuoent council The Student Council is the governing body for the students of Frankfort Central School. The three officers, president, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer are members of the senior class. Home rooms are represented by the election of two members, whose duties are to report and inform their home- rooms rules and decisions of the Council. Acting as hall monitors and sponsoring programs are a few of their activities. To promote good will with other schools, the Council sends its members to valley schools in order to exchange opinions, national honon society , W' , Q I ' Q f o ., Xi We t lm ? 1 The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasmlfor scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of charact in students of Frank- fort Central School. Candidates eligible to election, which includes me rs of the soph! re, junior and senior classes, must show the above qualifications, maintain a.n average of 88010 an TQLJEL' spend 1.33 year at FCS. A , .J A V V L XL' , XX 'N fu I L fl 'PN QQ xl yu U ,ft t 40 V - V Wi Nb- ft?" , I i WY xA Lil 'UxV!lU,"l XLR! 'QW Rv u I, JA , 1.1--q '7 1 1 MXL . JMXX I fwuu ff- -7111 f 1 I 235' The Maroon Bugle 15 the offlcial school paper The edltor a.nd HSSISIZHI editor are selected by the adv1sors, Memberslup IH the Bug1e1svo1untary Each staff member must contnbute one art1c1e a month whether mt IS prmted or not. The mam purpose of this paper IS to get the school news to the students and to then' parents As a member Futuna teachens of am mea F T A encourages young people to culuvate H1 themselves the quallues of personahty and character wluch are the foundanons of successful teachmg. If one1s mterested m the F T A th1s group w11l furmsh spec1f1c 1nformat1on about opportumues m the var1ous f1e1ds of educauon Members remam acuve tn tlus mterest by observmg and V futun hom makens of amemca W Girls who are studying or taking courses in home economics are eligible to become members of F.H. A. This club is affiliated with the state and national organizations of Future Homemakers. The purpose of this club is to en- courage democracy in home and community life, work for good home and family life for all, and to promote inter- national good will. The club's color is whiteg the flower is a red rose: the motto is "Forward New Horizons." Futuna Hamm ns of amemca This is a national organization to aid in the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizen- ship. National awards are given for outstanding accomplishments by the F. F. A. members. Each boy wears an F. F. A. jacket with the symbol. i 42 ff!!-vel latm clue 555521 The Latin Club supplements the work done throughout the year in the Latin classes. The members play Roman games, present plays and skits, and learn Roman customs and traditions. Socials and bake sales are held throughout the year to enable the club to hold a Latin Banquet every three years. lmnany staff work. 3 17? 1:9 W, .. t ' x Q57 The purpose of this club is to learn library techniques and to assist the librarian in all phases of her 43 V I math clue if ,fr ' ggi "' +5 iii i - 'rt 1 Qt 'sr l 'I'he purpose of the Math Club is practical application of math every day experiences. Their aims are to learn about the historical background of math, carry on exp such as outdoor measurement, and to discuss current publications concerning math. W cnence cluls I Che of the purposes of the Science Club is to interest people in the preparation of projects for the Science Congress, in order to gain personal satisfaction and at the same time give credit to the school. Another purpose is to maintain and increase interest in science and to handle scientific equipment and apparatus, At each meeting 'there is a planned program, usually demonstrations of experiments in the line of science. x 44 ' N X COIUIHERCIAI ClL1B 1' This group is comprised of any student raking commercial subjects. The aim of the club is to enrich the background of its members and to provide mutual and social contacts in the business world. ORAINAUC ClUB The aim of the Dramatic Club is, withina very limited scope, to give the membership an idea of public speaking, simple dramatic situations, and the projection of characterizations. An attempt is also made to do something with the art of make-up. 45 ini! VV is I i Ant clue The Art Club is to assistinschoolprojects, poster campaigns and! to do general projects for the bene- tit of the school and the community. Amplane clue The purpose of the Airplane Club is to pool interest and information in the construction and flight of model airplanes. Members make individual models which they bring to every meeting for testing and evaluation. It is their wish to have at some of their meetings people interested in the field of aviation to give them technical information on our modern aeronautical Held. l 46 GIBG ClL1B Membership to the Glee Club is open to anyone interested in singing. One half credit a year can be earned if one has perfect attendance in classes and activities. The purpose of this club is to increase students' musical repertoire and to develop a feeling for three-part music, The club participates t festivals, Christmas and spring concerts. LQ, 'fy IW, 3 V . ffl, . .f t C jf Uh' Q 1 L It L. ' Wy lj L 1. . , LLL ,W i , , 1 - Zo fk 91.4 - ! v , v ck 'LL ' 47 Eg QR 9 in i 3 3 i sith i so .i 4 'x AHC X UK if 13 x x Ti ., Q A rv: 5, if 1 ii lg i jj if -A it 'T Xw X if up , h 5 sk We believe that in these modern times fthe band is just as much a part of the school cur- X p Wx riculum as citizenship education, the arts and srfences. X K X Health, both physical and mental, is fos ered in band. Proper posture, both standing and Q -as Q 5 . sitting, must be maintained in order to play w Music stimulates the respiratory and muscular Q X S X system, developing strong lungs and nimble gers. Hearing is also made keener by constant 4 A - X 'E listening for details. 1 X3 Xi X Music may become a vocation for some an an avocation for many others. What better place to receive the preliminary and intermediate gro dwork than in school? There are many musical N- organizations outside of school that are not professional, but made up of graduates that use music 'BQ qgw K K as a pastime, both for mere enjoyment, or as many do, couple their enjoyment with monetary XSL returns such as marching, concert and dance bands. X, ,Rl KX A musical organization such as a band fosters and helps build ethical character. ln a band ' 'X Q there must be a discipline that demands industry, punctuality, and integrity from every member. i fgr i .i.iA?.kx E I 48 i I BANG Each individual is responsible for the success of the group, thereby stressing cooperation, espect for authority and self-reliance, especially in solo parts. Leadership of players in first hoir positions is also fostered, thereby teaching the hearing of responsibility that goes along with dership. All in all, we can see that music, through striving constantly for fine performances, develops keen sense of accomplishment and values. A broader concept of living, and a possible means of rning a livelihood by either being a sole vocation or a supplementary one, fits in perfectly with e over-all educational objectives of our school -- the preparation for life. 49 W, F n ,. SR. - Jl2. DROITI COHITNTIITSTZGE SEATED: N. Sylvester, .T . Christiano, E. DeLuke,M. Mazzola, F. Palumbo, M. Schiortino, M. Cushman, G. Gillette. STANDING: R. .T uteau, C. Dodge, J. Riente, D. Bristol, J. Latella, R. Gatto, F. Aiello, and P. Sgoi.. 7 EO 1, .inf-,I 'VC we X O Md Lozfiwh WM! Uj,,,JWJXOfMf1 r 1 .f i xf 47, If iff o'- ez Ai, ff' M UIOI2 DlA J. SEATED: M. Cushman, E. DeLuke, .T. Chippari,.T. Lore, V. Sgroi, F. Aiello. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hanna, M. Nicastro, M. Hatton, E. Hughes, C. Mattison, T. Hugick, A. Tocco, T. Rubino. R. Gatto. THIRD ROW F. Palumbo, S. Bates, I. Paratore, C. Dodge, R Sinard. .T . .T uliano, A. Brownrigg, M. Nedzynski, J' . Knox 50 . cnooap, 1 UU k ?0flwUfse1 Blue Devils Lose First Came Frankfort team afnd a dose' afternoon to Blue Devilh undefeated, Frankfort gud was scoring neat 'pags from Fifanlcfont the ine as the 'wall lBlue gp18ya gped. at we line rank QQt W3l10pS i made more than 500 the game Diamond. elect auquoit, Coach Joe CamPo's debut one yesterday afternoon Central School, mm Quarter-? ifuwn handling 010' latter atterk 12 p1B.y!.Qf1na1 along with they ,In on a quartor+2Lgg1m from 019' with 32 12Q effort Rhoads yesterday afte a crowd of about of fast breakin leg ntral School. over New 300 an ' gig? c - ' arl Carxeiggio and each were on the of two touchd o Ed Lints, the Luther also s winners with ground gainging. ' in U16 'opining s the game forcing DOI! TOC gered ends Ce wn .c.k. Ron Gatte' to 'meg' After' ' Frankfoft heldl mi. q the kick - with Gatto returning to the New York than proceeded the leather to the 23 tr me with a. pass for Frankfort score. Paul BULB! U18 bucked over tqr ,the hx Fran f . k ort led. 7-O Mil to m o he hit Carreiggio in tha the Pal tra extra. point, cm an g up -me 3. ag 'fr-2 the ball Shim tally -1 kept to meme- Markowskfs the and xWhffB Muler Q- kmg tnuchdokvn . setting up the with a pass to Carl at left end fromw passed point. h I8 T e second led umnnomf: his through the and again in L the 'previnusly unbeaten fofwardw took to the air for m K their scores. A 'pass from 8 I8 to Delaney scored Pigigf Mills fxrst touchdown ' OW!! Pat I alpass quarterback, to Bob set up the second visiting pvixh Muller going over fo touchdown on a sneak. replaced Bynon in the guarter when the latter dlconcussion as he was onthe Fra.r1kfo1't 10-yard line. George Luther spnrged the Frankfort eleven to its second in the third quar- whcn he scored consistently through the line and brought the ball to the one yard line from where John Rieute scored. Frankfort downs to I pickml Ie's 10, but Blue Devils be tense through most game and could never a .sustained offenie. ort's upse over Dolge- Canajoharieys Xvin over if nd Patent throws the Mid- League into a three-way 8 FRANKFORT up 11 :USU olt taking n his own ound an me but Butch from 5. The later part. unter with Ho! k OP ! Z 3 Ina S6HS011,S Finale, RICH!-'II-SLD S P R I N G S M Frankfqrt Central School ran and 'passed almost at will against. Richfield Springs yes-, terday gtternoon to close its senason with a convincing 26-6 wfm, Playing under a new coach, Joseph Campo, the Maroon and White closediqut a. successful 51 season, Iqging only to Cana joharie during the campaign, the scoring for the valley. team. Richfield scoregi in the closing minutes wheniefvpass inierfer- ence ruling gave the losers the jball on the Frankfort one-yard '1ine. Joe. Zeh, quarterback, Frankfort wasted no time as, it hit paydixlt twice within the 3 first, few minutes of play. So! 'Warner recovered a, fumble by Klen on the opening kickoff and John Riente. on a crossbuck, pared from the Richfield line for the firsi Frank- score. Richfield could not move on next series of plays and On the first play after kxck, Paul Palumbo, hard. Frankfort ball carrier, a quick opener, ran 52 yards the whole Richfield 'SCH.m I 4 sneuked for the score.- In closing out une of the best iseasons in recent years, five' Frankfort men played their S yards respectively for 1 ' 0 on its own two. ete Ruben went bounded back only to haw! Bristol fall on it for a The second half saw Fr ,Cort again score with RQ Ga.tto,going 30 yards and P get. fort led 16 6. Grossman sevt up TD as the left halfba dro' ed ' rn D the pcormg f the Lints, on Lhe extra point. Holland Patent game in ihethird Gatto intercept asses intended final, game far the Maroon amili White: .Tim Lore. John Riente,T S01 ' . Ronnie R Gatto, f Peter D N LBHGLPBRI1 Palmrgbq, The A , fziesz' ' LP! ' up we R dn-ww . .5 at ra . w ,r.e' . -0--mid, nv.. , ... P , i , ix vm nb F it ng. o s. Rn: . ring. x' . . .f n-ur-urxi Left ends - Garreggio, Krfckg I Cook. - Left tackies-+Lore, Dena. 5 Left guard--Warner, Gcuzzlrto, Centers,-Swi er T ker- 'gio played ' t I 2 1 Left any 1' Left ta' rankforfs 12-yard Sal Warner and from the Fxankfort cam Ruben, Clark and The summaries: Q - FRANKFORT Left end--Corregglua. um mem,--Lam. bam. Left guards-Waynar, Gruzzlto. Center-Swxger. Right guards-Charboneau, Mgm- nn. ' r Right tackles'- ' Rl ht d - Green. Bmstoh Ruggerio. . D. Luther. s, Grossman. ""e, Maneen. , max-ata. 'Om . ' g en 5 Quartea-backs Left halfba Right half Fu lbacks--. HO V L ,L -If u. " , urst. K K -4 'cott. Q pell. if B and outran for the score. b try for the extra.. 'ailed andwat the inte a k - ' mil Sol? . WH ball paydirt ,am Millers wel mi the M. ck ' Lint OVG thel Th far extra point failed. NEW YORK Mil. Left end L Coon Kuip LS lee. Left tackle--Graham .lohnn Left guard-Ouuimette. Center--Blunt. Rgght guard-Webb, F Rfght tackdc--Adan . Right ends--D. Coon. Quarterback--Trlbalskl. the sphere .. , , 5' . Q S Left halfhack--Niemlec, ki. Right haifbank-'Potizeb Fuilhack-Swanton. airb M 4 1- 'E FRANKFOFIT Left 'end-Carrlgglo, Rugge Left tackle-Lore, Dehia, funn. Left guard--Warner Grin Center Swveger Tucker Fhght guards Charb Manno Rxght tackie--Green, Ca Raght end Bristol Quarterback Lmts G Luther UHF? TUS1 Luu ' 'l. , - f ' , - -' 1 . . ' F A: o-val! Left halfbnck - Gatto, N' for me second Frankfort Right guargs-:'Maggn, ,Charbo- ! Left Q! Bow. score. Ed Lfnts passed to Bnstol Mag. ' cgnurr A fox-.the pomt after touchdown S192221f,'ff,'gfQQ'fn'RCR'Kf?- QQQQQ wmbuu. no make in 13-0, Qui-mham-f.fniS', nW1.LfR'fr. Q! :HSM periods: 6 0 6.15 Richfield, having played in its Spf? nagfbafzksmcattc. cressmanq Suiwreg 0 7 0.145 own territory the entire fiI'Sf.nger1x?t wbacksmpmumbo' Ma' fi, nigtm 'jroucndowns--Frankfon: Palumbo, haif. managed to move in me gzffunbacks 1' Riwte, G. Luwer. -'fgimb migfe. Dglgevmg Trumbuu, De- third period as .it recoverefi az imafmagca,-e by pmods: Semi pam, lm, ,0uC,,dow,,,..p,,,-,k. Frankfort fumbie on the R1ch-Wmcnmm 0 0 o ewes FFMWO armor,-meme. new as-yard une. ' F'ii?.'ffS2L.,- ..,.-!3.fZ,G-.0'126 HZQZLL, in 'Q 0- Oicrossmmn 57 ZW 'aff' MW Mau if W footlsall team W N fe fx,,J Q- 1 F. qt Frankfort-Schuyler Central's Maroon Knights, selected for fourth place, surprised Mohawk 'xg mfg Valley experts by finishing the season inathree-way tie for first place, tmder the successful reins of their new coach, Joseph Campo. First place honors vied with Frankfort, Dolgeville, and Canajoharie were earned by Frankfort's hard-hitting eleven. Frankfort began its season by trouncing Sauquoit 32-12. The Maroon Knights, encouraged by George Luther's two touchdowns, had littletroubleintheir first league game. New York Mills then fell victim to Ed Lints' accurate-passing arm in losing to Frankfort 26-6. A highly inspired Canajoharie team ended Fra.nkfort's winning streak at two games by de- 2' fearing the Frankfort eleven 6-0. Frankfort climbed to second place by defeating Holland Patent 13-0. The greatest upset of the year was the defeat of Dolgeville 6-0. Richfield Springs suc- cumbered to Frankfort 28-6, mainly through the efforts of those hard-running backfields, Paul Paltunbo, John Ri te and Ronnie Garto, all scoring touchdowns. Although Frankfort is losing five seniors, James Lore, Paul Palumbo, Rormie Gatto, Pete Manno and John Riente, it hopes to have another successful year in '57 with the return of Butch Luther, Ed Lints, Carl Correggio, Howie Cnarbonneau, and Roy Swiger. Fl'3IlkfOl'I Sauquoit Frankfort New York Mills Frankfort Canajoharie Frankfort Holland Patent Frankfort Dolgeville Frankfort Richfield Springs 'H I 4. K1 A avg '71-.. f cl :qc 6,3 C' ff ,' . fx QQQYG .1 'L Trevi, g-'ea ff is .XL so --Q, K f P 92, fx! X--1,0 lcl 5 -e 13.2, Q. 4 ' 'Sh in 'Q 'X 5 anslt Basketsall Although the Maroon Cagers can show only a 3-7 record the fine showing against league leaders, Fort Plain and Cana are losing three players, P. Palumbo, J. Spina, and J. Riente by g team looks bright with veterans C. Correggio, E. Lints, and J. Ebola. ff wif Frankfort . yd Sp wr I Frankfort Frankfort fllrankfort F rankfort Frankfort 3 Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort l l l - 46 Ricnfierd spa - 46 X Ilionl - 58 , Herkimer - ss Q' ig, K r Richfield Spa - 58 4 Herkimer - 51 Q t. Mary's - 37 5X' Fort Plain - 53 Dolgeville - 48 Candjoharie - 48 St. Ibhnsville St. Mary's - - Fort Flain n- Dolgeville - '- Canajoharie St. J hnsville I1ion 1 l s I future looks optrmistrc with Though the Maroon Knights way of raduatron next year s xi uw X Q N vm Q J F' ,awuym .AA Q'f HNF' SXXx.A FQk SENIOR STARS Tohn Ric-MIG 'Pnu.L. Pnl-um bo OCLC. :fahn .svknn 55 THMQS LORC, 5 v ag E J ,A , 3' Ziff 5 -E 6 kv 9 S L if Q V 1 v 5 S9 ff .9-216: .1 X J, r f 41 JU ff: ff .MH M: T Q L 6 M1 r LL 1 h f I .V Basketsall HJ Q' ,L LL bflfvv rl 2 A BV L V V3 .N Mbna I N JL R10 b it divan f 0'q V WHL 1 . , I 1 fx. ,1 V!! X , FIRST ROW: A. Ruggiero. I. Cammarato, B. Barrett, I. ManoreJG. Chard, D. Luther, C. Campione. SECOND ROW: P. Farouche, Coach Sanders, A. Romano, C. Schmidt, Perry. J. Di Camilio. J'. Caruso, E, A1-dm, M. Worden. . team M5 . M FIRST ROW: H. Charbonneau, D. J effalone, H, Sharo, R. Gatto, S. Tncci, J. La Monica. SECOND ROW: Coach Campo, P. Loiacano, I. Christensen, D. Erney. I. Sinard. THIRD ROW: E. De Luke, M. Johnson, J. La Tella, T, Hennessey, E. Freedman. R Sinard. . 56 G VARSIW Gheer2lea0er2sQg,QfleiiLz4lfWA mx T A QQMKM RIGHT: T. Hugick, M, Dempsey, A. Tocco, G. Dee, K Trippen. P. Sgroi, and F. Farouche. 'Yi J' J.v. cheenleaoens if I LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Hakes, R Jureau, H. Valente, C. Gillette, R. Grizzuto, and M. Simonette. M. Harmon QAbsent when taken J 57 l61T1I6l2 Cl.l1B if U 'Yi if in N Ir1 order to become a member of the Letter Club, you must meet the qualifications to receive a letter in any major sport or varsity cheerleading, Awards are made after ayear's completion of any sport. Senior members of the football team receive , sweate s onivizy my X 5 A e ww 'X Q Q Ma of ' ww t M7 VUL ff I " jf JL W nf Spgntiu., y QWSWW Ili!!! Any boy interested in sports may becomeamernber of this club. The main purpose of the Sports Club is to teach and foster sportsmanshipinthe field as well as in the schoolg The club promotes such activities as rifle meets, stocking of streams, and pheasant feeds. 58 GAA. o if 5' K H 5 X ?? qi 'wk . -rf' f ,, - 'seg ll .AQ -. 2 Y It-md! k 1" L 2 V Q 1 p g ,w Q :Q , f 5? HX - f .L 1 l 'Sf' 4.6 ' 'L If X '25 5 'cf' ' V fl r .jp gg, ,, X .sxj Q3 t " ' t 4 so L L Mtfki ' W ' ' l . The purpose of this club is to cultivateinterest in participation in athletics. Its program in- cludes soccer, speedaway, volleyball, bowling, softball, tennis, and recreational games. To earn credit toward an award, a girl must take part in the intramurals after schooL I 5 9 BASGBAU The 1956 Baseball Team turned in a creditable season winning eight games and losing s1x Pros pects for the 1957 season are bright with a large group of returnin experienced players Prominent in the group are the following members of the class of 1957: John Sp na, John Riente, Paul Palumbo and Ronnie Gatto. Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 11 THE 1956 SEASON Richfield Springs Mohawk Mohawk Herkimer St. Mary's Fort Plain Dolgeville Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Fort Plain Canajoharie St. Iohnsville St. Mary's Dolgeville Canajoharie Str Johnsville 6-fx-fv L A+1N tg-Eff! -SCi6qce C1144-L Stwdfehb Cqufhcil Math C1 mb '5 FHA L ibr-:ry C1-Mb .15 ,Q is M P Q . 3 k A si I H .spaf-tg C1 u. Jn F. TA- I fx .fx F- F. A- . KN x?Q -rf X2 hr --...'..:r.. 4. N fl .L ' 'Q' 1291 nf- yi 'A 1 ' if S ' . -f h. 'H 9 Band. 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