Frankfort Schuyler Central High School - Maroon Log Yearbook (Frankfort, NY)
- Class of 1959
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THE CLASS or-' 1159 l
FRANKFORT - SC!-IUYLER
We are just beginning to learn. We are just beinning to live and make use of the qualities that have been
developed in all of us during our formative years in the Frankfort School System.
Each of us will begin a journey, entirel.y individual toward happiness and attainment. For some, the road
will be more challenging and toilsome, but faith in God and the principles by which we live will defeat
whatever force or misfortune we may encounter.
Remembering what we have been taught: to live virtuously, to love and respect all mankind and its beliefs,
and to apply what we have studied, the Class of 1959 leaves Frankfort Central School as young men and
women -- a determined generation hoping to be an asset to our community, school, and to America.
In our minds and hearts we are grateful to the faculty, administration and all others who have made "our
school" the place of enjoyment and importance that it has been to us.
It may be years, if at all, before our class will again be assembled, but we shall never forget the laughter
and learning, the Honor students, the outstanding contributions of individuals, the class projects, and above
all, the incomparable experience of our Senior Year, which will be embedded in our hearts and will re-
main a permanent part of every graduate. j
"Prosperity is a great teacher,
Adversity is a greater.
Possession pampers the mind,
Privation trains and strengthens it."
OUR CLASS MOTTO: "Obstacles in the pathway of
the weak become stepping stones
in the pathway of the strong!"
TABLE oF CONTENTS
PAGE 7 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
PAGE II SENIORS . .. .
PAGE SI CLASSES . . . ,
PAGE 39 ACTIVITIES. . . .
PAGE 53 SPCRTS . .
MR. SIGMUNT LELAND l
We, the class of 1959, proudly dedicate this Maroon Log to Mr. Sigmunt Leland
in acknowledgment of all that he has done for us in the four years of our association with
Your kind assistance in all our efforts and youn patient forbearance in all our
shortcomings have indeed been most welcome and gratifying to us. The infinite patience
and foresight you have given us has helped us through difficult situations.
We deeply feel that without your helpful assistance, we would not have success-
fully attained our goals.
PR YER FOR PEACE
Merciful Father, from the depths of this tearful earth, we, Thy innocent children, raise our hearts and
prayers to thee for loving protection. Only Thy Mighty hand whilst restrain these wicked men who have
no regard for our lives, Thy greatest possession. Almighty God, we beg thee to look down with mercy
upon us who cry for peace. Save us, Thy humble, wretched servants from the grasps of those with hardened
hearts attempting to deny Thy existence. On our knees we fervently ask Thee to lead the world from the
sound of raging arms and weeping, to a blissful, peaceful, earthly heaven that loves and adores Thee
and Thy peace.
AROO LOG STAFF
Dennis Van Dusen
I oe Green
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HOME EC., AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Stephen H. Hubbell, Richard M. Hudson, Miss
Vivian J. Karpinski, Mr. Nicholas J. Acquavivia,
Miss Margaret D. Duly, Sigmunt N. Leland.
COMMERCIAL, SOCIAL STUDIES
Anthony Mazzara, Mrs. Rose Marcantonio, Ross E.
Robinson, Mrs. Frances F. Pontolillo, Theodore
Russell, Mrs. Rose Cacciatore, Nicholas Chuff.
LANGUAGE, ART, MU SIC
La Vergne McMurray, James E. Buffan, Miss Phyllis
J. Braidwood, Miss Nancy M. Ingro.
X MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE
Mrs. Virginia L. Reina, John L. Monohan, Miss
Grace L. Adderley, John Mosney, Jr., Bernard C.
Murray, Frank J. Spina, Miss Margaret R. Frank.
Mrs. Pauline P. Shannon, Mrs. Helen B. Donald,
Andrew A. Giotto, Mrs. Anita W. Hanna, James W.
Wallace, Mrs. Theresa M. Graves.
Mrs. Josephine Branck, Mrs. Geraldine H. Tocco,
William H. Copeland, Mrs. Florence L. Granger.
PHY SIC AL EDU CATION , H EALTH
Mrs. Bella Oriole, Joseph A. Campo, Miss Yvonne
D. Giglotti, Bernard C. Murray, James W. Wallace,
John Mosney, Jr.
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sENloR CLASS DFFICERS
PRES IDEN T
"'I'hey're only truly great who are truly good. "
Senior Class President: Junior Class Presidentg Sopho-
more Class Treasurerg Maroon Log Assistant Editorg
American Legion Ora.torica1 Contest, 3rd Prizeg Mu
Alpha, Theta. 3: Math Club 1,25 Science Club 23 Lan-
gua.ge Club 3,4g Latin Club l,2g F.N.A. 3, Maroon
Bugle 2,45 I. V. Cheerleader lg Choir lg Library Staff
2,4g F.T. A. President 4g Senior Playg Senior'-Junior
Prom 3,4g Banker 1,2. A
"It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives."
Language Club lg Math Club l,2g Key Club Secretary
3, President 4g Mu Alpha Theta, President 3,4g Sen-
ior Class Secretaryz Jet Club, Presidentg Maroon Logg
"A song will outlive all sermons in the memory. "
Maroon Bugle 2,3,4g Maroon Log Editorg White Lan-
cer, Assistant Editorg Senior-Junior Prom 3,4g J. V.
Cheerleading 2g Choir 2,3,4g Band 2g Girls Ensemble
3,4g Commercial Club 2,3,4g G.A.A. 2,4g Junior
Class Vice-Presidentg Senior Class Vice -Presidentg
Girls Varsity Basketball, Captain 4g All-State Choir
3,4g All-County Choir 3,45 DAR Award 4, Dramatic
Club 2g Senior-Junior Prom Attendant 35 CNYSPA 3g
Typing Awards 2,3,4.
"Honor lies in honest toil. "
Maroon Bugle l,2,3g Senior-Junior Prom 3: Senior
Playg Choir l,2g F.T.A. l,2, Vice-President 4,
TreasureU2g Math Club 2, Language Club 3,4g Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3, President 4g Senior Treas-
"Tobacco is a, dirty weedg it satisfies no
normal need. I like it. "
Junior Class Treasurer5 Industrial Arts 35
Art Club 1,25 Baseball 1,2.
JOSEPH A. BELMONT
"A good heart is better than all the heads
in the world. "
Choir 1,25 Industrial Arts Secretary 3,
"Memory is the treasury and guardian of
all things. "
Maroon Log5 F. H. A. 1,25 N.Y. S. Vice-
President 35 Commercial Club 2,45 Stu-
dent Council l,35 G. A. A. 45 Freshman
Class Treasurer5 Sophomore Class Sec-
retary5 Junior Class Secretary.
JOSEPH P. BELMONT
"There are some silent people who are
more interesting than the best talkers. "
President 45 Senior Play5 Student Coun- Choir 15 Industrial Arts 3,45 Basketball
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"A jug of wine, a loaf of bread, and
Mixed Choir l,2,3,45Baseball l,2,3,4g
I. V. Basketball l,2, Varisty 3,45 Ma-
roon Bugle 45 Maroon Log5 Language Club
15 Senior Play5 Camera Club 35 Sports
Club 1,25 Senior-Junior Prom 35 Letter
"Light is the task when many share the
Choir 1,2,45 Latin Club 1,25 Commer-
cial Club 1,2,3,4.
"The land of scholars and the nurse of
Senior-Junior Prom 35 Choir l,2,3,45
F.N.A. 2, Vice-President 3, President
4: F. H. A. 1,2,35 Commercial Club 1,
25 Language Club 35 Art Club 1,25 Stu-
dent Council 15 G. A. A. 45 Christmas
Ball 35 Freshman Class Treasurer.
"Kiss till the cows come home. "
Latin Club 15 F.F. A. 1,2,3,4, Sentinel
2, Vice-President 3.
"She is not jealous is not in love. "
Senior Pla,y5 Choir 45 F. H. A. 1,2,35
Commercial Club2,3,4, Vice-President
35 F. H. A. l,3.
"The only way to avoid temptation is
to yield to it. "
Sports Club 1,25 J. V. Basketball 1,2,
Varsity 3,45 Varsity Football 45 I. V.
Football 15 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Art
Club 35 Industrial Arts 45 Senior-Junior
Prom 45 Maroon Log.
PATRICIA BU NCE
"I will be the pattern of patience.
F. N.A. 3,45 G. A. A. 45 Language Club
3,45 Choir 1,45 F. H. A. 1,3.
"It's loveg it's love that makes the world
go round. "
Choir 15 F. H. A. 1,2,35 Student Council
45 F. H. A. Trophy 2, Mungers' Fa
Board 3,45 G. A. A. 45 Commercial
Though she is but little, she is fierce. "
reshamn Class Presidentg F. H. A. lg
hoir lgC0mm6rCialC1ub 1,2,3, Vice-
resident 4g G, A. A. l,2,4g National
onor Society l,2,3,4g Student Council
, Secretary 4g F,T, A. 4g Senior-Junior
rom 4g Maroon Log.
'Be silent and safe, silence never be-
H. A. 3g Commercial Club 3,45 Li-
y Staff 43 G. A. A. 3.
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"Her eyes are homes of silent prayers. "
Commercial Club l,2,3,4g F. H. A.
2,3g G. A. A. 4.
"I want to be Alone. "
Key Club 3,4g Varsity Football 2,3,4
"I will sit down now, but the time will
1, come when you will hear me. "
Art Club l,2,3g Commercial Club 1,2,
3g Maroon Log: Camera Club 4.
MARIE DE FAZIO
"My love is richer than my tongue. "
2 Choir l,2,3,4: F.N.A. 23 Commercial
Club l,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1,23 G.A.A. 1,
JAMES DI CAMILLO
"Ita.Lio! O Italio! Those who has the
fatal gift of beauty. "
Choir 15 Industrial Arts 45 J. V. Basketball
"Wise to resolve and patient to perform. "
F. H.A. l,2,35 G, A. A. 45 Commercial
Club l,2,3,45 Choir 1.
LINDA DI MARE
"Like those of angels, short and far
Commercial Club 2.
"Arguments out of 3. pretty mouth are
Commercial Club l,2,45 F. H. A. 1,2,35
Freshma.n Class Secreta.ry5 May Day At-
tendant lgVa.1'SiLYChC6I'16adel' 2,33 Sen-
ior Play5 Log 4.
"I hasten to laugh at everything,
fear of being obliged to weep. "
Maroon Bugle 45 Senior-Junior Proma
Choir 2 ,3 ,45 Commercial Club 45 Scienc
Club 25 Industrial Arts 3,45 Key Club
Sportsmen's Club 1,25 Letter Club '
Art Club l,2,35Va.rsityBasketba.l1 1,2,3
Manager 45 J. V. Football 1, Varsity 2,
Tra.ck 1,35 Baseball 1.
"We ba.il at different degrees. "
J.v. Basketball 15 Model Airplane Cin
15 Industrial Arts 35 Letter Club 25 Var
sity Basketball Manager 2,35 Bowlin
25 Choir 45 Camera. Club 45 Senior Play
Art Club 2.
"Oh, sleep! It is agentle thing beloved
rom pole to pole. "
hoir 43 Band lg Camera Club 3,4.
"Great warriors, like great earthquakes,
are principally remembered for the
mischief they have done."
Varsity Football l,2,3, Captain 4g Var-
sity Wrestling 2,3, Captain 4, Tourna-
ment Champ 3: J. V. Baseball lg Varsity
Track 3,43 Letter Club l,2g Sportsmen
25 Key Club 3,4g Lt. Governor 4g
Club 4g Math Club 3g Maroon Log:
MARY PATRICIA GATTO
"If I could love less, I should be happier
Commercial Club l,2,3,4g Maroon Logg
Senior-Junior Prom 4g Choir l,2,3,4g
Band l,2,3,4, Girls Ensemble, F. H.A.
l,2,3: G. A.A. 4.
MARGARET MARY GREEN
"Silence is more eloquent than words. "
Senior Play: F. H, A. l,2,3g Commercial
Club 2,4g G.A.A. 25 Choir 2: F.N.A.
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"it's only my child wife. "
"An able ma.n shows spirit by gentle
words and resolute action. "
Varsity Football 2,3,4g J. V. Baseball
1,25 Varsity Wrestling 2,3, Captain 4:
Boy's State 3g CameraClub 39 Key Club
3, Vice -President 4g Jets Club 4g Varsity
Track 3,45 Letter Club 2: J. V. Football
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"Sir, I would rather be right tha.n presi-
J. V. Football 1: I. V. Basketball lg In-
dustrial Arts 3 , 4, Junior-Senior Prom 3 , 4.
"Always quiet, often shyg we know she'l1
manage to get by. "
F.H.A. 1,45 Choir 1,25 F.T. A. 1:
Water Show l,2.
DAVID HUGHES L
"When angry, count four, very? angry,
Key Club 3,45 Student Council 34: J. V
Footbaiil 1,35 tndustrin Arts aj vice-
President 4g Sports Club 2, Senior Play
"Talking is no great problem. " 1
Choir l,3,4g Latin Club lg F.N.A. 2,3g
F. T. A, 3, 4, Senior-Junior Prom 3g Ma-
roon Log, G. A. A. 4, Library Staff 2,3,4,
Secretary 2, President 3. i
"Po1iteness goes far, yet costs nothing.
Maroon Log, Choir l,2,4g Commerci
Club l,2,3g F, H. A. lg Student Counc
Treasurer 4g G. A. A. l,2,3.
"Every man is the son of his own words.
Math Club 2, Mu Alpha Theta. 3,
Club 3,43 Industrial Artst4.
IANICE LUDWIG JOHN LUGGERIO DONALD LUTHER
"Beauty a.nd virtue shine forever around
F. N. A. 2,3,45 Ma.thClub 1,25 Language
Club 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 45 Library Sta.ff
"A happy soul that all the way to heaven
hath a summer da.y. "
Band 1,2,3,4, All-State 45 Choir 1,2,
3,4, All-County lg Girls' Ensemble 45
Latin Club l,2,35 F.T.A. 45 Library
Staff 45 I.V. Cheerleader 3, Varsity 45
G. A. A. 2,4.
"The fair sex is your department. "
J. V. Football 1,2, Varsity 3,45 Camera
Club 15 Senior-Junior Prom 35 Choir 1,
"A good mind possess a kingdom. "
Science Club 25 Language Club 35 Com-
mercial Club 4.
"Gentlemen always seem to remember
LV. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3,
Captain 45 I.V. Basketball 1,25 Varsity
Basketball3,45StudentCounci1 1, Presi-
dent 45 Stamp Club 15 Airplane Club,
President lg Senior-Junior Prom 35 Key
Club 3,45 Art Club 15 Baseball 45 ln-
dustrial Arts 3,4, President 35 Sportsman
Club 15 Letter Club 2.
"Tis what Ilove determines how I love. "
Maroon Log5 F.N.A. 2,3,4, Secretary
2,45 Commercial Club 15 Language
Club 3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1.4:
F. H. A. 2, 3.
MARTHA MC CULLEN
"I have no mockings or arguments5 I
just witness and wait. "
Commercial Club 15 F. H.A. 1,2,35
G. A. A. 1,45 Choir 4.
"Few things are impossible to diligence
and skill. "
Maroon Bugle l,2,3,4, Editor 45 Mu
Alpha Theta 3,4, Treasurer 45 National
Honor Society 2,3,4, Vice -President 35
Language Club 1,2,35 Library staff 15
Jets Club 45 Science Club 25 American
Legion Oratorical Contest 1, 2nd Prize5
"Neatness is a growing grace of woman-
Choir l,2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45
Library Staff 4, Secretary 45 G. A. A. 4,
All-State 4, All-County 1,2,3,45 Lunch
Cashier 45 Senior Play.
"A pearl of great price. "
Commercial Club l,4, President 45
Choir 1,2,3,45 Language Club 25 I. V.
Cheerleading 3, Varsity 45 F. T. A. 2,3,
President 35 Junior-Senior Prom 35 Ma,-
roon Logg Student Council Vice-Presi-
"It is work which gives flavor to life."
Latin Club 1,25 Library Staff 45 F. T. A,
2,3,4, Historian 25 Dramatic Club 15
Maroon Bugle 45 G. A. A. 2,45 Choir 1,
2,3,4, All-State 4: National Honor So-
ciety 25 Banker 45 MathClub 1,25 Lunch
Cashier 45 Language Club5 Senior Play.
"One way to ha.ve a friend is to be one. '
Commercial Club 1,25 Choir lg Marool
Bugle 3: F. H. A. l,2,3, Historian 3
State Delegate 35 G.A.A. l,4.
"A light heart lives long. "
Math Club lg Language Club 2,45 Latin
Club 1? F. T. A. 1,2,4: G. A. A. 1,4g
Jo ANN PULEO
"Mode:-:ty is the graceful virtue of
Commercial Club 1,25 F. H. A. 1,2,3,
State Delegate 2g Majorette lg Student
Council 35 Choir l,2,3,4g G.A. A. 1,
President 4g Senior-Junior Prom 33 Sen-
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"Shallow men believe in luck. "
Sportsmen Club 1,2g Industrial Arts 3,4-g
Choir 3,45 J. V. Basketball 1,2, Varsity
3g May Day Escort 3.
MARY ANN ROLC HIGO
"Vivacity is the gift of woman. "
Library Staff 2,3,4g Commercial Club
l,2,3,4g Langauge Club 1,2g G.A. A.
"Simplicity of character is the result of
profound thought. "
Commercial Club 1,3,4g Science Club
2g F.H. A. 3g National Honor Society
3,4g Senior-Junior Prom 3: May Day
Attendant 35 Maroon Log.
"The terrible burden of having nothing
to do. "
Varsity Football 3,4g I. V. Basketba.l1 2.
ANTHONY RUGGERIO CHESTER SCHNIIDT DORUTHY SCHMIDT
"Tony" "Chet" "Dot"
"A borrower is 3 servant to the lender, " "We never love heartily but once, and "Full of Sweet indifference. "
Arr Club 1,25 Sportsman Club 25 Senior that is the first time we love." Commercial Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer
Junior Prom 45 Sophomore Class Presi
dent5 Ma.roon Logg Choir 35 I. V. Basket-
ball 1,2, Varsity 3,45 J.V. Football 2,
Arts 3,45 Letter Club 2.
"Knowledge is power. "
Mu Alpha Theta. 35 Industrial Arts 4,
Varsity Basketball 1,2,3,45 J. V. Foot- 35 StudentCouncil15Ma,y Day Attendant
ball lg Sportsmen Club 1,25 Industrial 2,35 Prom Attendant 35 Varsity Cheer-
Arts 3,45 Math Club 15 Science Club 15 leader 3,45 G. A.A. 1,4.
35 Varsity Baseball 1,2,3,45 Industrial Airplane Club 2.
"Industrious, modest, and quiet."
Choir 45 Art Club lg Commercial Club
15 F. H. A. l.
"Little friends prove great friends. "
Language Club l,2,3,45 Library Staff 45
Choir 1,45 J. V. Cheerleader 25 G. A. A.
45 F. T.A. 2,3,45 Maroon Log5 Student
Council 35 Maroon Bugle 4.
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"Roy" "Sam" "Helen"
"I have been a, stranger in a strange "Music is well said to be the speech of "If a woman has long hair, it is a glory
land, " angels. " to her. "
Industrial Arts 3,45 Commercial Club
lg Choir 35 Stamp Club lg Airplane Club
lg Camera Club 3,49 Library Staff 2.
DENNIS VAN DUSEN
"Oh, gracious, why wasn't I born old
a.nd ugly. "
Sports Club 1gCameraClub 35 Industrial
Arts 3,45 Student Council 2g Choir l,2,
3,4g Varsity Football 3, Manager 45
Stamp Club lg Senior-Junior Prom 3,45
Band 1, Vice -President 2, President3,4g
All State Band 2,3,4g All County Band
l,2,3,4g Clarinet Quartet l,2,3,4g
Festival Competition, First Prize 2,3,4,
2nd Prize lg Wrestling 2,3g Boys' State
3g Senior Play: Maroon Logg Student
Council 3,45 Choir3,4g Mu Alpha Theta
"Large in stature, broad in mind, peo-
ple like him are hard to find. "
Freshman Football: Industrial Arts 3,4.
CommercialClub 1,2g J. V. Cheerleader
2, Varsity 35 G. A. A. 1,4g F. H. A. 1,2,
33 May Day Attendant 3.
Pat Bunce, leaves her teepee in the Reservation to Norma Worlock.
Margaret Cook, leaves to Carol Cattat her shy techniques and quiet mannerisms.
Joanne Bommarito and Linda Di Mare bequeath to Martha Schurman their quiet and sincere dis-
Bob Barrett, forfeits his ability "to get away with murder" to Jim Caruso.
Virginia Oliver, inherits Evelyn Falcone and Marie Simonette's ability to get along with teachers.
Phyllis Chard and Rosemary Grizzuto transfer their secretarial ability to Rosalie Rolchigo.
Rosalie Castilla, leaves her place on Munger's Fashion Board to Lucille Sgroi.
Marie De Fazio and Helen Valente, bequeath to Betty Welch their "I'l take life as it comes" at-
Joe Gillette, leaves the title "hot rod" to Keith Wells.
Pat lnser ra and Bernice Nedzynski, forfeit their scientific brain to Karen Lindsay.
Julia Collins, carries on the family name for her sister Joanne.
Don Luther, leaves to Tony Reinte his football ability so that Tony can win all the games for us.
Irene Murzin, bequeaths her "Ivy League" appearance to Mary Thomas.
Martha McCullen and Margaret Green forfeit their sweet and pleasant smile to Carol Pumilio.
Florence Farouche and Phil Balio, leave their diminutive structure to Rosalie Barretta.
Sandra Shannon and Gail Hughes, bequeath their sweet and fragile look to Lynda Rork.
Rosalie Nicastro, leaves her co-operating spirit to Theresa Nero.'
Mary Tucker and Dave Rosbrook, pass on their staunch progressive attitude to Fran Stolark.
Sam Tucci, forfeits his musical ability to Cathy Cole and Sandra Cushman. V
Vincent Adams and Joe Grizzuto, leave their blushing ways to Pat Ryde and Fred Grates.
Joe A. Belmont, wills his parking place in the lot to Danny Ferdula.
Kenneth Caldwell, wills his plow to Edwin Taylor. A
Charlie Campione leaves his argumentative manner to George Chard and Frank Barbuto.
Joe Bello, is bequeathed Jack Consilio's paintbrush. f'
Jim Di Camillo, forfeits his Ulackadaisical manner" to Jack Montalto.
Roy Smith and Brian Frank, leave a book of excuses for absenteeism, tardiness, and unpre-
paredness to Willy Mack and Brian Gillette. A ' ,
Gordon Hight and David Hughes, forfeit their dry humor and wit to Jim Branck.
Joanne Puleo and Judy Kinney, leave their ability to converse with their hands to Faye Mazzola.
Rosann Pasante and Janice Ludwig, bequeath their ability to make friends to Janet Craig.
Vivian Manno, wills her place in Girls' Ensemble to Francine Valent.
Carol Des Grosielliers, inherits Ruth Markle and Ann Peters' vim, vigor, and vitality. QHcipe you
have as much of itll
Dorothy Schmidt, leaves the secret ofkeeping golden hair to Dot Comes CFrom one Dot to another.J
Donna Mathews, bestows upon Janet Loiacano her ability to become a nurse.
Joe P. Belmont, leaves his fair complexion to Robert Culver. .
Marguerite Kelly leaves her swimming ability to Char Cushman.,
Phyllis Bono and Donna Perillo, leave their non-descriptive laugh to Madeline F avat.
Sara Pandolf, passes on her ability in leadership to Carol Taverni.
Bob Perry and Chet Schmidt leave their basketball ability to Tony Congilaro. Q
Tony Ruggerie, wills his Ford to Diane Aurigema in exchange for her Caddy. H L
Kenneth Schmidt and Charles Ludwig, leave a book entitled "How to Make Noise" to Bill-Schuster.
Phil Farouche and Joe Evola leave their gilt of joking at the wrong time to Joe Di Martin and
Dennis Van Dusen bequeaths his boisterous voice to Ed Freedman.
Andrew Romano, leaves his unused "pep" pills to Daryl Harmon.
Gerald Volz and Clayton Croasum, leave their masculine physique to Bill Murphy.
Barbara Bunce, passes on her reserved seat on the bus to Catherine Oleksik.
Joe Green, leaves a pamphlet to Jerome La Monica entitled, "How to Gain Weight."
Patty Gatto, leaves her place on the trampoline to Paula Hendrickson.
John Luggerio, wills his curling iron for the perfect curl to Dominick Lanzaand David Strong.
Maryann Rolchigo, passes on to Mary Ann Di Leo her fiery temper.
To present an accurate prophecy, we have con-
sulted the great "mabdah-malbah," a friend of ours
who forsees the future of the class of 1959. As we
gazed into his crystal ball, we had a glimpse of our
class ten years from now,
Pat Bunce is such a busy girl, being in great
demand to model for shampoo advertisements.
Joanne Bommarito is seen giving her sister
a lesson in climbing the "ladder of success," which
she has done with the help of her pleasing person-
All excited about the plans for the basketball
season, we see Bob Barrett, supervisor of Physical
Education in New York State and key "spotter"
for the Globe Trotters, at his desk working out
revolutionary new plays.,
Proficiency in commercial skills has enabled
Phyllis Chard to open a Business Institute rated
highest in the country.
Having a luncheon date withv, a wcll-known
politician is Margaret Cook, stenographer at the
Pentagon in Washington, D.C. A
In a New York City art studio, we find Rosalie
Castilla modeling for thc great artists, Jack Consilio
and Tony Ruggcrio. K
As the crystal ball focuses on country life,
Marie DeF azio comes into view driving a red truck
full of farm produce and little children.
Kon Caldwell is seen instructing his son in
methods of plowing the left meadow of his five-
thousaud acre farm.
Meanwhile, back in our home town, ,Toe Gillette
is still trying for a raise at Melrose sohe can
pay for his 1951 Chevy.
In the midst 'of national flags, we see Pat
Inserra, interpreter of foreign languages at the
United Nations headquarters in New York City.
Scanning through the diary of Vivian Manno,
we find that her best friend, Dot Schmidt and Don
Luther have eloped to Syracuse where they are very
happy and a1'e planning to raise a football team.
We can almost hear the sound of Irene Murzin's
typewriter as she carries out her duties as private
secretary to John D. Rockerfeller, III.
Behind a cloud of dust, who has just fallen
off her horse? None other than Martha MoCullen,
new owner and manager of Sullivan's Horse Auction.
The reason for Rosalie Nicastro's seclusion in
recent years has been for careful concentration on
her startling, revealing novel, "Swindlers in the
Pals forever, Ann Peters and Ruth Markle
are both doctors of education at Albany State Teach-
Sailing on the Irish Liner to Tipperary isSandra
Shannon, who is taking a well-deserved vacation from
her job as village tax collector.
While campaigning for the New York State Sen-
atorial election, candidate Mary Tucker, well-known
lecturer, is working on a new handbook of Parlia-
Clarinet and saxophone in hand, Sam. Tucci
is touring the music centers of the world as one
of America's outstanding soloists. He has resigned
as Professor of,Music at Potsdam to devote more
time to travel.
Driving a shiny new car is Joe A. Belmont,
radio and TV script writer. l-Iis cousin I oe P.,
is helping him,build a double hangar for their twin
jets. ' ,
It is difficult to recognize who the grease-
coated man in the crystal ball is, but, yes, it is
Vincent Adams. -
Although he is head lifeguard at Miami Beach,
Florida, Charlie Campione is still trying to "bleach"
himself. 4 - -
At Cypress Gardens in Florida, we see head
aqua-maid Marguerite Kelly practicing for a spect-
acular water show.
Clayton Croasmun is thrilled to have been voted
the most valuable football player of the century.
Now a family man, J' im DiCamil1o is getting
over his timidity and is also getting free haircuts.
His wife has something to do with that.
Florence Farouche, wife of Chet Schmidt, is
seen practicing her guitar lessons very diligently.
Brian Frank, tall and stately, has just been
elected Mayor of Frankfort. H , . , ,
Margaret Green's efficiency and genial person-
ality has earned for her the position of President
of the Bank of America. , S V, f
Ro Grizzuto has at long'last become Mrs.
Frank Sinatra. These two are truly living in perfect
harmony. , A
Gordon Hight has recently accepted a positio11
at Utica College and is teaching the "Art of Sales-
David Hughes is the owner of the newest and
most luxurious chain of Thru-way diners.
Still trying to learn to drive is Judy Kinney,
star of the TV show, "Keep Talking."
Charlie Ludwig, noted mathematician, has just
disproved Einstein's theory of relativity.
We see Vivian Manno kneeding dough while
hubby, J. L. rings up the sales in their block-long
Nurse Donna Mathew's snooping in the labs has
led to her discovery of an anti cold vaccine.
Bernice Nedzynski is the recipient of the newly
created Nobel Prize for "everything under the sun."
In an F .S .C .S . classroom we find English teacher,
Sara Pandolf, substituting for Mrs. Graves.
Rosann Passante has begun plans for the manu-
facturing of a revolutionary petticoat hoop.
Bob Perry, owner of a chain of auto repair
shops is working with Elvis Presley recording ses-
sions during his lunch hour.
Believe it or not, Andy Romano is a speedy,
punctual news reporter for the New York Times.
Dave Rosbrook is a successful executive with
his headquarters in the White House.
Pulling his hair out in anger is Ken Schmidt,
Certified Public Accountant, auditing the books of
the F.S.C.S. Student Council.
Dennis Van Dusen is a prosperous druggist
Coperating in the black marketj.
In his outer space laboratory, Gerald Volz is
seen experimenting with his atomic light bulb.
Millionaire Phil Balio has made B 8. R Trucking
a successful, world-wide concern. Who said women
Phyllis Bono, M.D., has invaded the medical
profession and is practicing on her father's cows.
In a courtroom scene, we find Barbara Bunce,
noted criminal lawyer, pleading to the ju ry.
In a steamy kitchen is Joanne Collins, Home
Economics teacher, instructing her students on how
to prepare out-of-season foods.
John Delia, who left our class in 1958, is now
the wealthy owner of a palm plantation in Florida.
Recapturing the youth of the female graduates
of '59 is Linda DiMare, owner of "The Beauty Bar."
As the result of winning the national wit contest,
Joe Evola can now afford contact lenses.
Flying around the world is Evelyn Falcone,
chic airline stewardess.
Getting her movie "break" Patty Gatto, Frank-
fort's bid for the replacement of the aging Bridgette
Joe Green is engineering a large scale "atomic
bomb shelter" development. His sneaky wrestling
techniques come in handy underground.
At his Physical Fitness Salon, Joe Grizzuto
is specializing in instructions in wrestling and gum
On the dollar bill we can be proud to see the
signature of Gail Hughes, United States Treasurer.
Janice Ludwig, typical housewife and mother,
has been the winner of several national cake-baking
Hollywood's newest discovery is John Luggerio,
billed as "The Classic Profile." In his romantic
Sagas John makes use of his "Hill Top" technique.
Walking down New York's Fifth Avenue is Donna
Perillo, top notch buyer for exclusive clothing stores.
With her experience from Woolworth's, house-
wife JoAnn Puleo is an excellent cook and leader
of "The Ironing Board Brigade," a group of Herkimer
Mary Ann Rolchigo is star of thehilarious TV
comedy series, "Mirth with MerrY'Ai111- "
At a Paris, France army base, Chet Schmidt
has been reported AWOL. He can probably be found
at -- who knows where in gay Paree?
We are pleased to find Roy Smith with per-
fect attendance at his job as weekly reader of gas
meters in Frankfort.
Newspaper headlines come into view -- Frank-
fort's own Helen Valente is Miss America of 1969.
Blowing his whistle, we see Phil Farouche,
outer space traffic cop, telling the Frankfort llot-
rodders that they can't park on the right side
the moon. i
Pert, little Marie Simonette has become the
biggest worrier in the Department of Internal Re-
venue. She has the job of burning all those worn
The crystal ball has become hazy and we can
barely see old F.S.C.S., but it has been fun and
pleasing to visit again the Class of 1959.
C ASS HISTORY
As our class of 1959 looks back on the four best years of our life, many pleasant memories enter
our minds. After our wonderful eighth grade graduation the big year finally arrived - we entered our
Freshman Class. Our officers were: Phyllis Chard, Presidentg Margaret Hatton, Vice-P residentg Florence
F arouche, Secretary, and Philomena Balio, Treasurer. Miss Ingro and Mrs. Pontolillo were our class
advisers. Representing our class on the JV cheerleading squad were: Mary Tucker, Margaret Hatton
and Beverly Bernard. Ending the year as honors were Florence F arouche and Beverly Bernard, May
After giving our Freshman teachers a two-months' summer vacation, we came back in the fall as
Sophomores. Our class officers were: President, Anthony Ruggeriog Vice-P resident, Joseph Greeng
Secretary, Philomena Baliog and Treasurer, Mary Tucker. Our advisers were Mrs. Reina and Mr. Monohan.
Helen Valente and Dorothy Schmidt were the class May Day Attendants. This year Florence Farouche
became a Varsity Cheerleader while Margaret Hatton, Helen Valente, Marie Simonette, and Rosemary
Grizzuto, a new member of our class , became Junior varsity cheerleaders. During the latter part of
this year, we had a Sophomore dance featuring the new "Jumping Jacks," which of course, put financial
support into our treasury. After much hard work and studying, we found ourselves on a class picnic at
Caroga Lake. Then we witnessed the departure of two of our classmates, Jane Oakden and Beverly Bernard.
As Juniors, we anticipated the fact that we need a great sum of money for our coming Senior year.
Therefore, we held a spaghetti supper, a bakesale, and sponsored a traditional junior dance. We finally
became joyous juniors when we received our class rings. All these activities were under the direction
of our class officers: President, Mary Tucker, Vice-P resident, Rosemary Grizzutog Secretary, Philomena
Baliog and Treasurer, Vincent Adams. Our class advisers were Mrs. Reina and Miss Perritano. Our May
Day attendants and their escorts were: Dorothy Schmidt and David Hughes, Ann Peters and Bob Perry.
Florence Farouche again made Varsity cheerleading accompanied by Dorothy Schmidt, while Sara Pandolf
and Vivian Manno became JV cheerleaders. Sam Tucci, David Hughes, Joe Green, David Rosbrook,
and Joseph Grizzuto were selected for Boys State. This year Joe Green became the unlimited wrestling
champion of Central New York. At the end of the year the whole student body elected our Student Council
officers: President, Donald Luther, Vice-President,SaraPandolfgSecretary,Phyllis Chard, and Treasurer,
Gail Hughes. We then faced the sad experience of saying goodbye to our history teacher, Miss Perritano
We hope she will always find happiness and success. Finally we ended our junior year watching Bob Perry
and Chester Schmidt wash floors after covering them with chalk. This incident and many others still bring
laughter to our minds.
Finally, what we've all been waiting for - our SENIOR YEAR! Mary Tucker became our class Presi-
dent, with Rosemary Grizzuto as Vice-Presidentg David Rosbrook, Secretary, and Patricia Inserra,
Treasurer. Our advisers were Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Donald.
We again realized the overwhelming need for money in our treasury and decided to sell Christmas and
all-occasion cards and to sponsor a football concession. The profit from these two projects was added
to the amount earned from our Senior Play, "Thank You, Mr. Parker," which then resulted in the biggest
sum ever earned.The Varsity Cheerleaders were represented by Vivian Manno, Dot Schmidt, and Sara
Pandolf who cheered our football team to victory. Our team included: Donald Luther, Joe Green, John
Luggerio, Joe Grizzuto, Clayton Crossman, Charles Campione, and Andrew Romano. During the latter
part of this year our class again witnessed the departure of one of our classmates, John Delia, who moved
to Florida. We miss John a great deal and wish him the best of happiness and success. To end our Senior
year off nicely, the DAR Good Citizenship Award was presented to Rosemary Grizzuto.
After graduation, the Class of 1959 left the halls of F .C.S. to find a new life, but it will always
cherish the memories of our alma mater.
S NIGR PL
Joan Wakefield . .
Stan Wakefield. . .
Beth Wakefield . .
Conrad Parker . .
Joan Wakefield . .
Beth Wakefield. . .
Carrie Bloom . .
Director . .
"THANK YoU, MR. PARKER"
. Dennis Van Dusen
. . . Janice Ludwig
. . . Mary Tucker
. . . . .Sam Tucci
. Florence Farouche
. . . David Hughes
. . Irene Murzin
. . Margaret Green
. . Marie Sirnonette
. . Rosalie Nicastro
. . Mrs. Anita Hanna
Male Understudies . .
. Joe Gillette
. . Pat Inserra
. . G. Hughes
. . J. Puleo
. .I. Belmont
Joe P. Belmont
Mary Ann Rolchigo
Jo Ann Puleo
Linda Di Mare
MOST SOFT SPOKEN
Marie De Fazio
MOST HAND SOME
Jo Ann Collins
Joe A. Belmont
Jim Di Camillo
Dennis Van Dusen
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JU IOR CLASS
President . . . . Francis Stolark Secretary . . . . . Fred Grates
Vice-President . . Anthony Riente Treasurer .... . Phyllis Polizzi
Advisers ..... . . Mr. Mazzara, Miss Ingro
President .............. Regina, Piazza Secretary ............. Daniel Clayton
Vice-President . . John Sanders Treasurer. . .... . Francine Nancetti
Advisers . Mr. Giotto, Miss Karpinski , Mr. Acquaviva.
Miss Du1y,Miss Adder1ey,Miss Frank
JUNIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS FRESHMAN CLASS
President ........ Francis Stolark President ........ Robert Horan President ------- Thomas LRPUU18
Vice-President .... Anthony Riente Vice -President ..... James Alsanre Vice -President ..... James Domina
Secretary . . . .... Fred Grates Secretary . . . . . Sandra Sylvester SCCFCFHIY - - - - - KHICH R0biI1S0l'1
Treasurer . . . . . Phyllis Polizzi Treasurere .... Donna Ryde Treasurer - - '--- CYI1fhi3- R0Sb1'00k
President . . . . . . Douglas Harmon
Vice-President . . . Carol Amendolare
Secretary ...... Mary Alice Baren
Treasurer ......... Dale Bristol
President . . . . . Regina Piazza
Vice-President . . . . John Sanders
Secretary ....... Daniel Clayton
Treasurer ...... Francine Nancetti
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President .... . ....... Catherine Oleksik Secretary-Treasurer . ..... Rosalie Barretta
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ice President . . ..... Paula Hennckson
Adviser ......... . . . . Mr. Buffan
Adviser: Mr. McMurray
Mr. McMurray, Adviserg Patty Gatto, Rosemary Grizzuto, Francine Valent, Carol Tocco, Cathy Cole,
Martha Schurman, Lynda Rork, Sandra Cushman, Rosalie Barretta, Vivian Manno.
JLI ICJR-SENICDR PRCDM
Co-Chairmen: Mary Tucker, Francis Stolark. Virginia Oliver, Rosemary Grizzuto, Francine Valent, Joe
Evola, Scott Hubbell, Gordon I-light, Florence Farouche, Keith Wells, Dennis Van Dusen, Ed Freedman,
Diane Aurigema, Phyllis Polizzi, Paula Hendrickson. ABSENT: Phyllis Chard.
NATIQNAL H0 OR SCCIETY
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patrica Inserra Secretaryi. ...... . . . . . . . .Carol Taverni
Vice-President . . . . . . Francis Stolark Treasurer ....... . . Fred Grates
Adviser ........ ...... i Miss Ingro
TUDE T COUNCIL
Pl.'6SidCIlI .... .... D onald Llllhel' Segretary .'.... ' I Phyllis
Vice-President . . ...... Sara,Pando1f Treasurer 3 ,.,,,, . ' CQai1I-Iughes
Adviser ........ ..... M r. Leland
President . . . ........ ..... S araPando1f Secretary .............. Norma Worlock
Vice-President . . . .... Phyllis Chard Treasurer. . . .... . . . Mary Pileggi
Advisers ......... Mrs. Pontolillo, Mr. Chuff
FUTURE TEACHERS of MERICA
President . . . . . . .... Mary Tucker Secretary ....... . . Barbara Ludwig
Vice-President . . ..... Patricia Inserra. Treasurer , .. . . . . . . . Carol Taverni
Adviser . ...... .... M r. Copeland
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President .... . . . David Rosbrook Secretary ....... .... C aro1Ta.verni
Vice-President . . .... Karen Lindsay Treasurer ,. .. ...... . . Bernice Nedzynski
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President .......... .... D avid Rosbrook Secretary ...... . . - . . . . Karen Lindsay
Vice-President . ..... Robert Horan Treasurer . . . ..... . . Keith Wells
Adviser ........ ...... rs. Reina
LA GUAGE CLUB
President . . . . . . . Charlotte Cushman Secretary . . . . . Mike Sciortino
Vice-President . .... . Karen Lindsay Treasurer . . . . . . . . Sandra Sylvester
Adviser. . .. . .. . .. . .... Miss Ingro
FUTURE URSES CDF A ERICA
President. . . . . . .. .Phyllis Bono Secretary. . . . . Donna Mathews
Vice-President . . . . . . Dorothy Comes Treasurer. . . . . . . . . Sandra Sylvestor
President. . . . . . . . . . . . Patricia Inserra. Secretary. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . Irene Murzin
Vice-President. . . . . . Normaworlock i
Adviser .... . . . . Mrs. Hanna.
President . . . . . . . David Rosbrook Secretaryf. . . . Anthony Reinte
Vice-President . . . . . Joseph GriZZutO Treasurerx. . . . . . .. . . Fred Grares
Adviser. . ..... . Mr. Frank
FUTURE FAR ERS of MERICA
President .......... . Edwin Taylor Secretary - . - - - ------ David SUOHS
Vice-President . . . . . . Fred Christensen Treasurer . ...... . . Thomas Talarico
Adviser ......... ..... M r. Hubbell
I DUSTRI L RTS CLUB
President ......... . . . Joseph A. Belmont Secretary . . . . . . . .... Charles Ludwig
Vice-President . . . . . . . . David Hughes Treasurer ........ . . Kenneth Schmidt
Advisers . . Mr. Le1and,Mr. Acquaviva,Mr. Hudson
Editor -in -Chief .........
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. . . . Carol Tocco
. . Rosemary Grizzuto Sports Editors . .
. . Margorie Tucker Art Editor. . .
Bernice Nedzynski Socia.1 Editors ............ Frances Marine
. Ann Valent
GI RLS' TH LETIC ASSOCIATIO
President ......... . . . . . . JoAnn Puleo Secretary-Treasurer ...... Florence Parouche
Vice-President . . .... Diane Aurigema.
Adviser ........ . Miss Gigliotti
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FIRST ROW: M. Sciortino, A. Riente, G. Chard, D. Luther, J. Camarata, C. Croasmun, E. Riente,
J. LaMonica, E. Freedman. SECOND ROW: F. Stolark, A. Romano, C. Campione, J. Licari, I.
Caruso, J. Luggerio, J. Green, J. Grizzuto, G. Grizzuto, J. Branck, F. Grates. THIRD ROW: Coach
Joseph Campo, J. DiMartin, B. Ackley, B. Murphy, J. Ciola, A. Conigilaro, J. Murphy. I. Plano, F.
Muto, J. Tassa, Coach Bernard Murray, Coach Francis Daley. l
The Frankfort-Schuyler Central football team continued to demonstrate its ability and determina-
tion throughout the 1958 season.
Under the leadership of Coach Joseph Campo, the Maroon Knights scored,five impressive victories
in their six games, including four shutouts. The stalwart defense, was unscored upon until its fourth
game, when a highly-inspired Dolgeville team tallied nineteen points in a losing cause. The Knights
only loss was a nineteen to thirteen defeat at the hands of the Mohicans from Mohawk.
Although Frankfort is losing seven seniors, Donald Luther, A Clayton Croasmun, Joseph Green,
Joseph Grizzuto, Andrew Romano, Charles Campione, and John lLuggerio, it hopes to have another
highly successful season in 1959.
13 Carthage 0 20 Dolgeville 19
14 Canajoharie 0 13 Mohawk 19
6 Fulton 0 6 Little Fans 0
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VARSITY BA KETBALL
KNEELING: F. Muto, B. Barrett, R. Sassone, D. Luther, C. Campione, A. Ruggerio. STANDING: Coach
John Mosney. I. Spine, B. Perry, P. Loiacano, E. Freedman, C. Schmidt, A. Conigilaro.
Althoughathe Maroon Cagers have won only 6 of their 14 games thus far, they have given a fine
account of themselves. Many of the team's losses came in the last ,few minutes of play, but like true
sportsmen, the Knights accepted the decisions gracefully. Although the Maroon Knights will lose five
players - Don Luther, Charlie Campione, Chet Schmidt, Tony Ruggerio, and Bob Barrett, by way of
graduation, the return of fine players like Ed Freedman, Tony Cdnigilaro, and Tom LaPuma makes
Frankfort's chances for an undefeated season next year seem very good.
Frankfort 34 Mohawk 31 Frankfort k 44 Canajoharie
Frankfort Herkimer Frankfort Herkimer
Frankfort St. Aloysius Frankfort St. Johnsville
Frankfort St. Mary's Frankfort St. Mary's
Frankfort Oneonta Frankfort Fort Plain
Frankfort Fort Plain Frankfort Dolgeville
Frankfort St. Aloysius Frankfort Canajoharie
Frankfort Dolgeville Frankfort St. Iohnsville
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TOP ROW: Coach James Johnson, L. Volcano, E. Riente, B. Juliano. I. Rappa, J. Dempsey, L. Lom-
bardo, J. Kinney. BOTTOM ROW: P. Worlock, T. LaPuma, T. Scaparo, S. Paratore, P. Ruggerio,
The, Frankfort J,V, Basketball team has encountered tough opposition throughout the 1958-1959
season. Frankfort has won only two of its 14 gamesg however, this is not a true indication of the team's
ability since many of the losses were by only a few points. The techniques which Coach Johnson has
taught to the players, coupled with experience the latter has gained, seem to give the varsity a bright
outlook for next year.
Frankfort Mohawk 32 Frankfort Dolgeville
Frankfort Herkimer 40 Frankfort Mohawk
Frankfort St. Aloysius 28 Frankfort Canajoharie
Frankfort St. Mary's 44 Frankfort Herkimer
Frankfort Oneonta 57 Frankfort St. Iohnsville
Frankfort Fort Plain 44 Frankfort St. Mary's
Frankfort St. Aloysius 43 Frankfort Fort Plain
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FIRST ROW: P. Worlock, S. Paratore, T. La Puma, B. Murphy, F. Muto, J. Piazza, I. Kinney, J.
Davis. SECOND ROW: M. Manore, K. Wells, E. Riente, M. Sciortino, J. Cimino, E. Freedman, J.
Caruso, C.Campione, F. Stolark, G. Grizzuto. THIRD ROW: Coach Wallace, I. Tassa, J, Rappa,
A. Conigilaro, R. Barrett, R. Sassone, A. Ruggerio, D. Luther, P. Ruggerio, D. Smizzi.
By winning nine of its 14 games in the 1958 season, the Frankfort Baseball Team was able to cap-
ture second place in the Mohawk Valley Invitational League. A combination of excellent coaching
and team spirit led to seven straight victories at the beginning of the campaign. Anthony Ruggerio,
Donald Bristol, George Luther, and Charlie Campione were selected as members of the league All-
Star Team while Carl Coniggio received an honorable mention.
Prospects for the 1959 season seem unusually bright with a large group of returning experienced
players. The return of three 3-year veterans - Bob Barrett, Tony Ruggerio, and Charlie Campione, -will
give the team a solid nucleus this spring.
Frankfort Mohawk Frankfort St. Johnsville
Frankfort Mohawk Frankfort Dolgeville
Frankfort Sr. Mary's Frankfort canajoharre
Frankfort Fort Plain FI31'1kf01't St. Jghngviue
Frankfort Canajoharie Frankfort Dolgeville
Frankfort St. Mary's Frankfort Herkimer
Frankfort Fort Plain Frankfort Ilion
KNEELING: G. Grizzuto, M. Manore, I. Grizzuto, J. Green, J. Licari, F. Grates, J. Montalto
STANDING: F. Grates, R. Campione, B. Di Piazza, F. Barbuto, J. Plano, J. Caiola, P. Kelly L
Sportello, J. Schurman, J. La Monica, Coach Campo.
The Frankfort-Schuyler Central wrestling team, having won nine
straight league contests, needs only a tie in one of its two remaining
matches to win the Central New York Wrestling League Championship.
Under Coach joe Campo, Frankfort has more than tripled the score
amassed by its opponents. The Knights have tallied 398 points while
only allowing 114 points to be scored against them.
Thus far, the team has been led by Robert Perry and Joseph
Green, neither of whom is undefeated, although the latter has been
once tied. George Grizzuto and Mike Manore have also turned in
excellent performances. Frankfort journeys to Sauquoit on February
12 for its final match of the season.
Frankfort Herkimer 10 Frankfort
Frankfort Whitesboro '7 Frarrkforr
Frankfort V . V. S. 5 Frankfort
Frankfort Van Hornesville 5 Frankfort
Frankfort Richfield Springs 11 Frankfort
Frankfort Rome Free Academy 3 Frankfort
Mr. and Mrs Robert Adams Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hight
Mr. and Mrs Louis Balio Mr. and Mrs Charles Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Barrett Mr. and Mrs Rowland Hughes
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Belmont Mr. and Mrs Pat Inserra
Mr. and Mrs Joseph R. Belmont Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Kinney
Mr. and Mrs Frank Bommarito Mr. and Mrs Robert Ludwig
Mr. and Mrs Jack Bono Mr. and Mrs John Luggerio
Mr. and Mrs Carl Bunce Mr. and Mrs George Luther
Mr. and Mrs Ivan Bunce Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manno
Mr. and Mrs Maynard Caldwell Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Markle
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Castilla Mr. and Mrs Peter Mathews
Mr. and Mrs Dominick Chard Mr. and Mrs Henry McCullen
Mr. and Mrs Frederick Collins Mr. and Mrs Charles Murzin
Mr. and Mrs Harry A. Cook, Sr Mr. and Mrs Felix Nedzynski
Mr. and Mrs Clayton Croasmun Mr. and Mrs Peter Nicastro
Mr. and Mrs James De Fazio Mr. and Mrs Anthony Pandolf
Mr. and Mrs Italo Di Camillo Mr. and Mrs Esmond Passante
Mrs. Jennie Evola Mr. and Mrs Julius Perillo
Mr. and Mrs Brunette Di Mare Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Peters
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Falcone Mr. and Mrs Paul Puleo
Mr. and Mrs Anthony Farouche Mr. and Mrs Frank Race
Mr. and Mrs Peter Farouche Mr. and Mrs Philip Rolchigo
Mr. and Mrs Fred Frank , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosbrook
Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Gatto Mr. and Mrs Philip Ruggerio
Mr. and Mrs Charles Gillette Mr. and Mrs August Schmidt
Mr. and Mrs Frank Green Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Simonette
Mr. and Mrs James Green Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tucci
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grippe Mrs. John Tucker
Mr. and Mrs George Grizzuto Mr. and Mrs. Charles Valente
Mr. and Mrs Fred Grizzuto 61 Mr. and Mrs. John Van Dusen
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DODGE AND WEEDEN, INC
GREEN'S MOBIL SERVICE
Main and Frankfort Sts.
Frankfort, New York
Frankfort, New York
403 Frankfort Street
Frankfort, New York
PAUL'S K-B BAR-B-QUE
nEveryone's Favorite Drive-Inn
Good Coffee and Mexican Hots
Many Good Things To Eat
East Main Street
Frankfort New York
ORIOLO SERVICE STATION Compliments of
Paint and Wallpaper
RADIO STATION WALY
1420 On Your Dial
Herkimer, New York
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
272 North Main St.
Herkimer, New York
HERKIMER CAMERA SHOP
272 North Main St.
Herkimer, New York
MUNGER AND BECHTOLD
Dodge and Plymouth Dealer
208 W. Albany St.
Herkimer, New York T0 6-2920
LOUIS R. URGO
ALPHA CHAPTER OF BETA CHI INC
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155 E. Main Street
120 S Frankfort St.
Frankfort, New York
248 East Main Street
Frankfort, New York
GRAND UNION HOTEL
251 E. Main Street
Frankfort, New York
245 E. Main Street
Frankfort, New York
158 E. Main Street
Frankfort, New York
102 S. Frankfort Street
Frankfort, New York
BONNIE'S SINCLAIR STATION
201 E. Main Street
Frankfort, New York
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Phone TW 4-9786
ROYAL FOOD MARKET
Brand name foods, Competitive
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Free 8 Prompt Deliveries
Frankfort, New York
CLEANERS AND DYERS
Chas. Williamson, Prop.
KATHRYN'S BEAUTY SHOP
Frankfort, New York
Kathryn Quirk, Prop.
FRANKFORT WHOLESALE CO.
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MAR -R TH HOP
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- 122 West Main Street
Frankfort, New York
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Your Zenith Dealer
106 S. Frankfort Street
Phone TW 4-3780
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WINKLE AND HORAN
JOHN'S LIQUOR STORE
Plumbing, Heating, Wiring
Litchfield Street Oil Burners
I Frankfort, New York 115 Litchfield Street
Frankfort, New York
FRANK LEFEVER 8 SONS, INC.
GREEN'S AUTO PARTS
Phones: TW 4-4841
Frankfort, New York
Store for Men 6 Boys
Phone: T0 6-3270
216 S. Main St.
Herkimer, New York
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