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

 - Class of 1963

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I ARGCN LOG STAFF EDITOR: CO-EDITOR: WRITERS: TYPISTS: ARTISTS: Dale Bristol Jacqueline Van Dusen Irene Zwanka Bitty Austin Lorraine Cole Fred Furtek Chauncey Moot Rosalie Spohn Ann Bono Gloria Migliore Rosalie Julian Mary Pat Gilbert Loretta Manore Vita Pandolf Carolyn Amendolare Nancy Jenkins EDITORS Phyllis Pugh Leanard Barrerta Paul Lindsay Shirly Nelson James Van Sickle MAROO LOG STAFF MAT AND COPY: TREASURER: SPECIAL FEATURES: BUSINESS MANAGER: Nick Barbuto Joyce Charlton Mary Jane Homer Richard Ganci Jacqueline Kipper Jim Van Sickle John Biernat ADVERTISING COMMITTEE: Joe Ingro Terry Wells Paul Lindsey Lorraine Cole Rosemary Spohn and the entire Senior Class CIRCULATING COMMITTEE: CANDIDS: JUNIOR ASSISTANTS: ADVISORS: Joann Maneen Kathy Caiola Donna Plano Janet Accattato Mary Jane Homer Joyce Charlton James Van Sickle Joann Novak Concetta Carmarata Pat Volz Miss Phyllis J. Braidwood Mr. Zell Hudson FOREWORD In this day and age, a sound basic education is a must before you are able to seek a position in this World. We, the Class of 1963, feel the most important formative years of our lives are drawing to a close, for Graduation Day is slowly approaching. Our basic education is nearing an end. The choice of whether to further our education in college or to begin to make our mark in the world is now ours. Whatever path each may choose, all will remember both the trying and the rewarding days at Frankfort Schuyler Central High School. To our teachers, we extend our sincere thanks for all they tried to do for us and for all they actually succeededin doing. To the underclassmen, we wish the best of luck in their remaining years here at Frankfort Schuyler Central School. 'Z' W 'ig DEDI 'LIONS ,grfff - ' Nfsgx, 1 'alfa 'lzfffuf' " E3 ' 'fraggfkk V c '.,.w'-'Gif ,, , '-" V li" A I 1-"- atimpwyw . 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Now, as We are about to take the steps toward the cross-roads of our lives, we will try to reward your tireless efforts by becoming the type of adults that you can be proud of. Logs... Q. s PATAQQNS PATRONESSES I W X Mak-. xA - X if ! . f ntwi unv"S. I W E' , N 1 A ll ' ' ..a?v',,'b'I""-5' ' X ' iff 'T """" " "'.'.!'.!'?F" 0 -Q, I ' I-'llf'!"l 4 1, , 7i7f'7n'?'Es., 5,-"L'.2EL2. F PATRONS A D PATRCDNESSES Mr. and Mrs. Frank Accattato Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Amendolare Foster Mother Miss Lois Anson Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. Charles C. Austin Kenneth L. Baldwin Nicholas Barbuto Victor Barretta john L. Biernat joseph Bono Vincent Bono Donald J. Bristol Earl Bunce Elmer Bush Robert Bushey and Mrs. Anthony J. Caiola and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. Thomas Capozzella George Charbonneau Frank D. Cole Harry M. Cook George Corrado and Mrs. Gerard Delisle George W. Entwistle and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. . joseph Ferdula . Adam Fowler, Sr. Frederick F. Furtek Dominic Ganci Salvatore Giambrone P TRONS AND PATRONESSES Mrs. Florance Gillette Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Graves .James C. Green . Matthew Haligowski . Arnold Harman Charles Hemenway, Paul J. Hosney Mrs. john Homer, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hubbell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ingro Mrs. Stuart A. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ralph A. jenkins Arthur H. jones james julian Frank juliano Mario Juliano . john Kaye . joseph A. Kipper Salvatore LaBarbera Robert Limpert Harold Lindsay Michael Lyoshin Peter L. Maneen . joseph Manno Salvatore Manno, Sr. joseph C. Manore Carl Migliore Jr P TRONS A D PATR Mr. Edward J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Moot Mrs. Margaret Morris Mr. Mr john F. Murphy and Mrs. Robert Nelson Mr. joseph Nicolette Mr. and Mrs. Leon Palrnieri Mr andx Mrs. joseph Palumbo Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pandolf Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Pugh Mr . Adam Megan Quackenbush Mr. and Mrs Franklin Race Mr. and Mrs Angelo Reina Mr. and Mrs Sam Rizzo Mr. and Mrs P. Robellard Mr. and Mrs Michael Rolchigo Mr. and Mrs. joseph Romano Mr. and Mrs Joseph Sciortino Mr. and Mrs Walter Shoen Mr. and Mrs Earl W. Smith Mrs. Mary Spatol Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Spohn Mr Mr Mr Mr . and Mrs. Salvatore Spohn . Louiej. Sportello . and Mrs. Angelo Sweet . and Mrs. Charles Tillson NESSES and Mrs. john F. Tucker and Mrs. james .Van Sickle and Mrs. Albert R. Wells joseph C. Wiediger, Sr. and Mrs. Henry R. Williams and Mrs. Bennie P. Zito and Mrs. Peter Zwanka DEDICATIG With heartfelt gratitude and deep appreciation, We the Class of 1963, dedi- cate our yearbook to Mrs. Bella Oriole. It was you, Mrs. Oriole, who enabled us to solve our problems and gave us a foundation upon which we based our good morals and deeds. Devoting your time and effort, you have shown us a true measure of guidance and thoughtfulness. Thank you, Mrs. Oriole, for enabling us to become mature and understanding citizens and to realize our importance to society. This is but a small token of our appreciation to you, our school nurse and personal friend. FACULTY AND DMINISTRATIGN BCDARD CDF EDUCATICJN Mr. Bennie S. DiPiazza - President Mr. Joseph Nicolette Mr. Angelo J. Reina Mr, George W. Entwistle Mr. Edward J. Miller Mr. Frank I. Pontolillo ADMINISTRATION MR. JCHN F. MURPHY SUPERINTENDENT MR. NICHCLAS FRANK PRINCIPAL FACU LTY Mrs. Bella Oriole, Nurseg Mr. Wendell I-Iiltsley, Counselorg Mr. Charles Keedle, School Phycholo gist. LANGUAGE ARTS Mr. john Mosny, Miss Karen Crockforcl, Mr. Andrew Giotto, Mr. Zell Hudson, Mrs. Helen Don- ald, Miss Barbara Wolsz, Miss Nancy Ingro, Mrs. Lin d a Berger, Mrs. Theresa Graves. SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Mr. George Kirby, Mr. Vincent Bonomo, Mr. Benjamin Rotolo, Mr. james Wolfe, Mrs. Susan Paznokas, Mrs. Virginia Reina, Mr. john Mosny. FACULTY BUSINESS EDUCATION AND SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Frank Spina Mr. George Whitney Mr. Nicholas Chuff Mrs. Frances Pontolillo Mrs. Rose Cacciatore Mrs. Beverly Faust AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRIAL ARTS, HOMEMAKING Mr. Stephen Hubbell Mr. Richarad Hudson Mr. Sigmunt Leland Mr. Eugene Stafford Miss Harriet Wagner Miss Ida Hayes ART, MUSIC, LIBRARY AND AUDIO VISUAL AIDS Mr. La Vergne McMurray Mr. William Clifford Mr. Andrew Giotto Mrs. Anita Hanna Miss Phyllis Braidwood PHY SIC AL EDUC ATION TEACHERS: Mr. John Mosny Jr. Mr. Benjamin Rotolo Mr. James Wolfe Mr. Joseph Campo Miss Yvonne Gigliotti 7TH GRADE--Mr. Charles DeMay, Mr. Ferdinand Chuddy, Miss Ida Hayes, Mr. James Cooley, Miss Constance Dodge, Miss Margaret Frank, Miss Elizabeth Synder. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. George Whitney Our New Faculty Member, Mr. Del Hall, English Department, Succeed ing Miss Karen Crockford. NHUX NJ .... ...-f 3? AX .N .... -:Q Q-Y : .-: XR .. 'IU-ilu -: Q fi N If Q ' 0 0 SX Q X Q, o Xv K 7'-PN hz S 4 X -xx x .r K1 OFFICE AND CAFETERIA TAFF 1 E 3 i E Mrs. Grainger Mrs. Tocco Mrs. Branck Mrs. Barton Mrs. Gazzilli, Mrs. Sylvester, Mrs. Schuster, Mrs. Valent, and Mrs. Sondej. Mrs. Valente, Mrs. Ackley, Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Allen. CUSTQDIAL TAFF o 4 , -1 1 " 'ff . .I H X x Q , x . s v L ,,r,F,,,.., 4 : C . 1 1. K gt 5. o 1 K Q C Q k 5 ,P + ESQ fl LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Nencetti, Mr. Scamardo, Mr. De Russo. Those not included in the picture: Mr. Diliberro, Mr. Terzo Mr. Tuzzolino, Mr. Vore, Mr. Count. Mrs. Robellard and Mrs. Lamphere 23 am: X wi' N ik Nw WX N N3 T S W N it In we x ' F .6 MQ ,au-K SN 5 - 5 QL? I M MORIAM TO DO ALD ROBELLARD MEMORY As a perfume doth remain In the folds where it hath lain, So the thought of you, remaining Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me: all things leave me: You remain. Other thoughts may come and go, Other moments I may know That shall waft me, in their going, As a breath blown to and fro, Fragrant memories: fragrant memories Come and go. Only thoughts of you remain In my heart where they have lain, Perfumed thoughts of you remaining, A hid sweetness, in my brain. Others leave me: all things leave me: You remain. , I 'X 8 Q9 ,la N H T' 1 . . r , A X 4 ' Xftqp K' A vb ,,, b 'x xv , 1 'I A H 2, . K" - . , ' I ix- XI I Q A 'V .uf 25 Q ' fi 6 Nb 1 ' . v X , "KJ x.... t 4 ' F A' IIA. Eff A A ! ':qi"'5E GJ' :V ggi. Jjfr, F, 1- U.J.,."f' . N . ri: iw-H 5, 3. .pl -1 -'Ml - " 'vi-fy.-' ' X hpfrr. V tl ff il ' L' iv'-. aff. 7 ,-5 x " P , Y l .rf X '5' X 'Ala G1 - Q.. E9 .A - v ,X V 5 , K . P 1 .F '. I f' N N Q ' a , - N.. 1., X ix V, : " f fixh. , f- .hu -:ge -.V zvff H3 '1' ,F vs I f 5.7 'ali' .. -V 'Alla V! Y is 'LII L I ' .-,L H J-v L .M -. .E Am,,,N z V . 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Large was his bounty, and his soul sincereg Heaven did a recompense as largely send: He gave to Misery all he had, a tear, He gained from Heaven Q 'twas all he wishedj No farther seek his merits to disclose, Or draw his frailties from their dread abode, fThere they alike in trembling hope reposej The bosom of his Father and his God. a friend JOSEPH ROMA NO "Gumper" o be successful' "Tuc,veni ca! Play 5Student Council 45 Class President5Letter Club , 45 Language Club 1, 2, 35Na- ional Honor Society 2, 35Senior unior Prom Committee 35Key lub 45Latin Honor Society 1, 25 oy's State 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 asketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 25 owling 45 Baseball 4. ITA IEAN PANDOLF uve.. ecretary' "Oh brother! " hoir 15Commercial Club 1, 2, , 45 Maroon Logg G, A. A. 1, 2, , 4, President 45 Letter Club 2, , 45 Student Council 2, 35May Attendant 3, Vice-President more Class5 Secretary of Class. J. V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 45 2, 35 Speed-a-way 2. FREDERICK FRANCIS FURTEK "Fred" 'To get rich quickl' "Where's Art" Language Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Senior Prom Committee, Treas- urer of Junior Class, Vice- President of the Senior Classg National Honor Society 1, 25 Maroon Log Staffg Track 2. .TACKLYN ANN KIPPER "Jack" 'French teacher' "Poor Baby" National Honor Society l, 2, 35 Student Council 45 Treasurer of Senior Class5 Maroon Log5Senior Junior Prom Committee 35Lan- guage Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Knight Echoes staff 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Varsity Cheerleader 2, 35G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45Letter Clubg Mixed Choir 3, 45F. T, A. 2, 3, 45 Latin National Honor Society lg Basketball 15 LV. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 4: J. V. Soft- ball 35 Bowling 3, 4. JAMES FRANCIS ACCATTATO uhm.. 'to help others' "Max" Chorus 1,2,3,4: Mixed Ensemble ble 1,29 Language Club 15 Art Club 1. CAROLYN ANN AMENDOLARE "Amendy" 'To become a singer' "Forget it! !" Maroon log: J. V. Cheerleader lg Future Teachers 1,25 Lan- guage Club 1,2,35 G.A,A. 1, 2, 35 Girls Basketball Team 3: Girls Bowling Team 3, Girls J.V. Softball Team 3. CAROL JEAN ADAMS " Carol" JANET ANN ACCATTATO nlaj.. 'To be good' "No Kat, did you?" Student Council 1: Freshman Class President, Maroon Log: Future Teachers 2,3,4: G.A. A, 2,3,4: Letter Club 3,45 Cheerleading 1,2,4g May Day Attendant 1: Future Home- makers 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Speed-a-way 2, 3: Volleyball 3 ELISABETH AUSTIN "Bitty" 'Medical Secretary' "You're Kidding !" Student Council 2: Commer- cial Club 1, 2, 3,45 Maroon Log: Junior-Senior Proms Choir 1,2: Pep Squad. 'Business Manager' "Oh, my gosh!" G.A.A. 3,4g Senior Play, Commercial Club 2,3,4: Bowling 2. NICHOLAS BENJAMM BARBUTO "Nick" 'Questionable' "You Love it!" Key Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus 1, 2: J. V. Basketball 1: Varsity Basketball 2, 3: Track 2,33 Football 1,2,3,4: Tennis 15 Bowling 4. JOHN LAWRENCE BIERNAT "John" 'Engineer' "Oh Me!" Language Club 35 Maroon Log DOROTHY ANN BARRETTA "Dot" 'Elementary Teacher' "Boys, they're all alike" Language Club 1,2,3: Major- ette 4: Head Majorette 45 Chorus 1,2,3: Senior Play Cast Member: G,A.A. 2,3. ANGELA BONO ..Ang.. 'Secretary' "Hey Joan !" G.A,A, 1,23 Commercial Club 1,23 Secretary of Class 2: Business Manager: Basketball 1, Pep Squad 2: Choir 13 Bowling 2,3,4, varsity Basketball 3,4. LEONQRD ANTHONY BARRETTA Lenny 'Landscape Engineer' 1,2. "Oh come on NOW!" Volleyball 1. Maroon Log: Choir: Tennis 1,2: ANN LQUISE BQNO DALE ELLEN BRISTOL nBiddyn 'To always make the right deci- sions' "You know what?" Knight Echoes 2, 4gMaroon Logg Art Club 2, 45 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Senior Playg Commercial Club 1, 29 National Honor Society 1, 2. JOY ADELLE BUSH HBUES-Y" 'Secretary' "Bill where were you?" Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4gLibrary Staff3,4g G.A.A. 3. THOMAS ALLEN BUNCE "Timothy" HDHYOH 'To get to France and Germany' "Crikey, how bad is that'?'?" National Honor Society 1, 2, 35 Future Teachers 1, 2, 45 Languag Club 1, 2, 3, 4gSophomore Class Treasurer, Herkimer County Seminar 2, 3, 4, Senior Playg Editor, Maroon Log, National Latin Honor Society 2g Girls State 3. BONNIE LEE BUSHEY "Sue" 'Nurse' "Are you serious?" Student Council lCProctorJg F.l A. 2, 3, 4gF. H, A. 4gLanguage Club 2, 33 May Day Attendant Senior Play. 'Construction Operator' Mixed Choir 1, 2, 35 Maroon Log, I. V. Basketball 1, 25 Varsity Basketball 33 Varsity Track 1, 2, 3. KATHLEEN IOSEPHINE CAIOLA "Tiger" 'Chemistry Teacher' "Iaj, did you ask him yet?!" Knight Echoesg Maroon Logg Lan- guage Club 1, 2, 35Mixed Choir 15 National Honor Society 2, 35 tudent Council 35 G.A.A. 1,2, ,45 Letter Club 35 F.T.A. 2, 3, 5 Freshman Class Secretary5 atin National Honor Society 1, 5 Senior-Junior Promg May Day ttendant 35 Varsity Cheer- eading 2, 3: J. V. Basketball 1, 5 Speed-a-way 35 Bowling 3. ORRAINE IUSTINA CAOZZELLA "Lorry" 'Medical Secretary' "You Know!" ajorettes 3,45 Commercial 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor 2, 35 Choir 3,45 Senior lay Publicity. ig sm 3 Q33 KAREN ANN CHARBONNEAU "Karen" 'Medical Secretary' "Heavens to Betsy" Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. was I ANGELO FRANK CANDELLA ..ADg.. 'Musicl' "Hey handsome!" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Language Club 2, 35 Mixed En- semble 2, 3,45 Senior Playg Boys Quartet 3, 45 All County Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All County Choir 25 All State Choir 45 Brass Sex- let 35 Basketball 1, 25 Tennis 25 Winter Sports 3, 4. JOYCE ANN CHARLTON "Misty" 'Interior Decorator' "I'm here again, Miss Braidwood! " Art Club 3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Li- brary Staff 3, 45 Homemaking 45 Maroon Log5 Bowling 2, 3. LORRAINE ANN COLE "Cory" "Lole" "Lor" 'To like labs. ' "I'm embar- rassedg I was young in those days" National Honor Society 1, 2, 35 F.T. A. 1, 2, 3, 45Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3, 45 National Latin Honor Society 1, 25 Language Club 1, 2, 35 G. A, A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Ensemble lg Mixed Ensem- ble 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Band 15 Letter Club 3, 45 Maroon Logg Senior-Junior Prom 35 All County Choir 3, All State Sectional Choir 4g Herkimer County Seminar Pro- gram 45 Girls Basketball 3, 45 Bowling 3,45 Girls Volleyball 2, 3. GEORGE ALBERT DELISLE "Butch" 'Electrician' "Crazy Nut" Library Staff. JOSEPH THOMAS FERDULA "Shorty" 'To live long and be happy' "Hey, I'1l meet you on the tenth" Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Track 1,2, 3. ! SHARON ANN CONS ILIO "Shari" 'Secretary' "Oh that kid" Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G, A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Home- makers lg Art Club 15 Senior Play Committeeg Night Echoes Bowling 2, 3. KARIN JUNE FO WLER ..Kay.. 'Be a Beautician' "oh! Sugarl' Commercial Club 1, 25 G. A. 1. RICHARD ANTHONY GANCI "Dick" To have one thing go right for me. ' "Nice going" Key Club 2, 33 Treasurer 4g Art Club 43 Maroon Logg Letter Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 3, 45 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Winter Sports 23 Bowling 4. EORGE FREDRICK GILLETTE "Fritz" s Executive' "You Know Visual Club 4. MARY PATRICIA GILBERT "Pat" 'X-ray Technician' "Tough Toenails! " Maroon Log: Knight Echoes 4, Chorus 4g Senior Playg Library Staff 1g Booster Club 25 Service Club 35 Junior Prom 3. JOANN MARIE GIAMBRONE , "Bones" 'To get on the good side of Mrs. Pontillillo. " "Wop did you say, Lor'ta"? Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 3, 4, Senior Playg Stu- dent Council 1, Library Staff 4, G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 4, Speed-ev way 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, Bowling 25 Volleyball 3. GORDON WILLIAM GRAVES "Gordy" 'Electrical Draftsman' "Mohawk here I come!" Band 1, 2, 3, 4. CAOLYN CATHERINE GREEN DOUGLAS BRIAN HARMAN "Greenie" "Dug" 'Beautician' "Aw, that's too bad, " Future Homemakers of America 3. LINDA LEE HIGHT "Lint" 'To get along with "Where's that Ralph, Boy!" G. A. A. 1, 29 Majorettes 3, 4, Senior Play Committeeg Pep Swuad 2g Basketball lg Softball 3. LYNNE SUSAN HEMENWAY "Lynnie" 'To understand Physics' "Don't kid yourself" National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4g National Latin Honor Society 1, 2, Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4g G, A. A. 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 25 Senior Band 1,2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 45 All County Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All State Sec- tional Band 25 All State Section al Choir 4, Herkimer County Seminar 3, 4, Student Council 4, Vice-President 4g Girls J, V. Basketball 2, 35 Girls Varsity Basketball 4g Girls J. V. Volley- ball 3. 'To develop 3-4 barrels for a 59 Olds. " "' Want to drag that heap'?' MARY JANE HOMER "Homer Pigeon" 'To Conquer Stash. " "I'll never tell. " Art Club 1, 3, 4, Library staff 2, 3, 45 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4g Maroon Bugle 23 Mixed Choir 3, Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Maroon Log, Bowling 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 451, V. Basket- ball 3,4g J,V. Softball 25 Speed-a-way 35 Letter Club 3 J. V. Volleyball 2. HOWARD HUBBELL Pesa" il Wrestling Champion' wh Head Club 1, 2, 3, Boy S Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 4, B LANCHE JENKINS "Nan" Teacher" 'I failed that 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor l, 2, 33 Art Club 3, 4, Club 2, 3, Library 2, 3, 43 Math Club 33 n Log Staff. Al RONALD LYNN JACOBS N ll 'I. B. M. Machine Operator' "I don't know." Senior Play, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Bowling 2, 3, 4. ?e-I" ,, NH JOSEPH EDWARD INGRO "Jap", "Iapper", "J'apstick" 'To succeed without really trying.' "Here I is, Butch!" Key Club 3,4, Language Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Track 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. ' ARTHUR FRANCIS JONES "Art" 'Bullfighter' All County Band 3,43 Band 1,2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Syracuse University Cit. Ed. Conference 3, Boy's State 3, Football 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA JEAN JONES ROSALIE ANN JULIAN "Bobbi" 'Registered Nurse' "Nuts" G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Mixed Choir 1, Accompanist 2, 3, 4, F. N. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. FRANK JAMES IULIANO "Hal Ha! Ha!" Chorus 1, 2, 3g Industrial Arts Club. ANTOINETTE MARIE JULIA NO "Toni" 'Secretary' "So what!" Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g G. A. 'Secretary' "I don't believe itl' National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, Math Club 23 Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3,4g All County 1, 2, 3,49 Stu dent Council Secretary 45 Senic Playg Knight Echoes 4, G. A. A. 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4. FRANK SAMUEL JULIANO "Butch" 'Mechanical Engineer' "Don sweat it!" Mixed Choir 2, 3. A. 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3. THLEEN ANN KAYE "Kathy" Secretary' " I don't know. " Club 2, 3, 4g Chorus 3, 4g B owling 1. PAUL HAROLD LINDSAY "Linz" 'Master Craftsman' "Oh brother. Prom 3, Maroon Art Club 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, JANE MARIE LA BARBERA "Jane" 'Secretary' "Will you stop?" G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 45 Softball 35 Bowling 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1. ANNETTE MARIE LOIACONO "Nettie" 'Stenographer' "Your kidding' Student Council lg Commercial Club l,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Letter Club 2, 35 Knight Echoes, National Honor Society 25 Basket- Sports 3. ROBEEOEICKS LIMPERT ball lg Volleyball 2, 3, 4. avi-0' Episcopal Priest Great Scotts F.T.A. 4g Language Club 3,4. CAROL ANN LYOSHIN "Charlie" 'Junior High Math Teacher' "Guess what!" Mu Alpha Theta 3,45 Language Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All State Band 45 National Honor Society 33 Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 F. T. A. 43 Knight Echoes 4, JOSEPHINE CAROL MANNO NIO.. 'Elementary Teacher' "Let's go to Starlighter practices" Band 1, 2, 3,45 Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Future Teachers 3, 45 All County Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Playg Cheerleading 4. FRANCIS ROBERT MANNO "Fran" .TOA NN MARY MANEEN NIO.. 'To pass Geometry' "No-o -o -o -o -o -o -o ! " Pep Squad 23 Senior Play, Maroon Logg Knight Echoes 2, 3, 4g Language Club 1, 2, 35 Language Club 1, 2, 3g Future Homemakers 4, Future Teachers 1, 2, 3,45 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3,45 All County Choir 1,4g Freshman Basketball, Girls Bowling 3, 4. LORETTA MANORE "Lor" 'Legal Secretary' "I'RISH I knew, Jo Ann" Cheerleader 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Letter Club 2, 3, 4, Maroon Logg Knight Echoes 4g Library Staff 45 Speed-a-way 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 42 Volley- ball 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. "To succeed in life" LORIA ANN MARIE MIGLIORE ..MigO.. To be five feet tal1" 'Hey Tuck ommercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. . 1, 2, 3,45 Maroon Logg Letter lub 45 Basketball 1, 35 Softball ,3. HIRLEY ALICE NELSON "Shir1" 1' "Don'1: Get Nervous" y staff 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4 iercial Club 2, 3, 45 Maroon Senior Play Committee. IOS EPH RAYMOND MORRIS ..JOe.. CHAUNCEY ARTHUR MOOT "Buzz" 'Doctor' "You want a medal?" Student Council 45 National Honor Society 1, 35 Language 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Chorus 15 Senior Play Castg Maroon Logg Track 3, 45 Tennis 2: I.V. Basketball 2. ROBERT GRATON PADDOCK "Bob" 'Who knows?' "The week end is not far off" Camera Club. 'Social Studies Teacher' "De qustibus non est disputandem Student Council 15 Language Club 3, 45 Future Teachers 45 Senior Playg Math Club 1. JOSEPH ALEXANDER PALUMBO IANICE CHERYL PARKOLA 'Florida or Bust' Language Club 1, 25 Letter Clubg Maroon Log5 Basketball 1, 25 Football 15 Bowling 4. PHYLLIS DIANE PUGH "Phy1" 'Art Teacher' "Rat Traps" Future Nurses 15 Art Club 2, 4. DONNA RAY MARIE PLANO "Pano" 'Nurse' "Hi Baby! " Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Letter Club 3, 45 Majorettes 15 Language Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Homemaking Club 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Knight Echoes 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Squad 25 Girls Basketball 1, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3, 4. PARKY" 'Secretary' "Get out!" Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 15 Knight Echoes 4g G. f A. 1,45 May Day Attendant 1 Basketball 1. ROGER FRANK QUACKENBUS 'To be successful' "Nuts" Art Club 4. 'M' ANN RIZZO Medical Secretary' "Yes Aug, e're going to Herkimer" ommercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ecretary of the Junior Class, ajorette 3,4, Pep Squad 2, tudent Council 1, Choir 1, . A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, , 3. ARY ELLEN SG ROI "Mar" eacher' "Oh well! " dio Club 2, Future Teachers 1, 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Mixed hoir 1, 3, Letter Club 3, Lan- age Club 1, 2, 3, Homemaking Senior Play Props, May Day 2, Girls Basketball 1, JOHN JOSEPH SCIORTINO "Johnny" 'To play centerfield for the New York Yankee's' "I'm embar- rassed! " Key Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,4, All Iroquis League 3, Bas- ketball 1, Freshman Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. VIVIAN JEAN ROLGHIGO "Rish" 'Accountant' "- Tmore days till the Grazz' comes home" Letter Club 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading, J, V. 1, Varsity 2, Knight Echoes 4: J. V. Basket- ball 1, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Speed-a-way 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2 Bowling 3, Basketball Manager 2. CHERYL ANN SMITH Cherie" 'Secretary' "Better Days are ahead. " Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A. A. 2, 3, 4, Senior-Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Com- mittee. FRANCIS JOHN SPATOL "Lupo, "The wolf." Key Club 2, 3, 43 Letter Club 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2 Winter Sports 2. ROSALIE ANN SPOHN NRO.. 'Biology Teacher' "Holy Smoke" National Honor Society 1, 2, 3, President of Junior Classg Lan- guage Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, County Seminar 1, 2, 3, All County choir 1,2, 3,4, All State Choir 43 Student Coun- Cil 33 Math Club 2, 3,43 Maroon Logg G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Softball 35 Bowling 4. VIVIAN ROSE MARIE SPINE "Spineuela" 'Hairdresser' "How's this Anna Marie!" G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 39 Bas- ketball 2. ANTHONY .TOSEPH SPINA "Butch fButcherp" 'Star short stop for the Y Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Club 1, 25 Chorus 1, 2, 35 Futur Teachers 1, 2, Letter Club 25 Football 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 4, ROSE MARY ELIZABETH SPOHI "Rosie or Ro" 'Nurse' "Bo, are you coming clovs Friday night. " F.N,A. 1,2,3,4g chorus 1,2,3, 4g Language Club 1,25 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,4g F. H,A. 4g Maroon Log 45 Pep Squad 25 Bowling 2, 3. MARION LOISE TILLSON Mar" 'Secretary' "Hey Charlie" F. H, A. 45 Commercial Club 2, 3. BERNADETTE MARIE SWEET "Babe" 'Secretary' "Pete doesn't go" G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Commercial Club 1, 2, 35 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Pep Squad 25 Bowling 2, 3. PAUL JOHN TUCCI "Tue" 'Science Teacher' "A set mike" Key Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Treas- urer 15 Language Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Boy's State 35 Sectional All State Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All County Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All State Band 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Winter Sports 25 Track 1,2. HELEN VERONICA TUCKER "Tuck" 'To Succeed. ' "No, Migo I didn't see him. " Mu Alpha Theta 23 Knight Echoes 1, 2, 3, 4g National Honor Society 2, Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Coun- cil 3g Mixed Choir 1, 25 G.A. A. 1,2, 3,45 Senior Playg Letter 2, 33 Volleyball lg Basketball 1g Varsity Cheerleader. WALTER KARL VOLZ "Karl" "To help, when help is needed" F.F.A. JAMES LEO VAN SICKLE "Sick1e" "Burn out, not rust out!" "Good Intentions are not enough" Art Club 4g Senior Play Cast 43 Prom Committee 3, 4g Maroon Log Staffg Audio Visual Club 4. JACQUELINE MARIE VAN DUSEN "Jack" "Teacher" " How Cute! !" Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4g Stu- dent Council 1,4g Mixed Choir 1, 2, 45 Maroon Log Staff: Na- tional Honor Society 1, 2, 3g All County 2, 3g Herkimer County Seminar 2, 3, 4g Mu Alpha Theta 3g Language Club TERRY RAYMOND WELLS "Wellsy" "Put up, or shut up" Latin Club 2g Maroon Log E Bowling 2. CARL WIEDIG ER "Weed" F, A. 45 Student Council 25 inter Sports 3, 45 Tennis 3. AUL FRANCIS ZITO o always be on top." "What you say, Governor!" Farmer' "Time Flies " KENNETH REES WILLIAMS "Babe" 'State Trooper' "Joe, I'll take you up on it. " Football 1, 25 Track 1, 2: I.V. Basketball lg Winter Sports 3. IRENE CONSTANCE Z WA NKA uRenen 'Elementary Teacher' "Hurry up Jackie" Language Club 1, 2, 4g Band 1,2, 45 National Honor Society 1, 35 ey Club 2. 3.4: Letter Club 2. Mixed Choir 4, F.T.A. 4, A: Football 1,2345 Track 2. ROCKY VINCENT ZAFFARANO Maroon L . Sen, PM "Z.aff" og, ror y. 'Mechanics' "Hey, Joe!" Audio Visual Club 4. A e ME 5 X X a L . . we su I :Via g SQ X ,Et I! . THE C IN THE 5 LASSA-0 63 E. ILL or THE NIGHT CLASS HISTORY WRITTEN BY ROSALIE SPOHN As we drift back over our thoughts, our senior and final year, we audibly and silently reminisce. Our theme "Oldies But Goodies" not only expresses our feelings toward the songs we enjoyed but also applies to the four years we have spent at Frankfort-Schuyler Central School from which we have derived so many memories. Being disappointed with our lack of eighth grade graduation cere- monies, we, as freshmen, decided to put aside our regrets and look ahead with anticipation. Leading us were President, janet Accattato, Vice- President, Danny Hughes, Secretary, Kathy Caiola and Treasurer, Paul Tucci. Many of our problems were settled through the advice of Mr. Wallace, Mr. Mosney, Mrs. Pontolillo and Mr. Giotto. Representing us in Student Council were julie Swirski, janet Accattato, JoAnn Giambrone and Douglas Hamon. In cheering our -I. V. teams to victory, janet Accat- tato, Carol Amendolare, Vivian Rolchigo, Loretta Manore, and Noreen Durant played an active part. Janice Parkola and janet Accattato were chosen as May Queen attendants. Among others selected to the National Honor Society were Rosalie Spohn, Julie Swirski, jackie Kipper, Lorraine Cole, jackie VanDusen, Arthur jones, Fred Furtek, Lynne Hemenway, Irene Zwanka, Dale Bristol, Rosalie Julian, Chauncey Moot, Helen Tucker and Nancy Jenkins. Taking full advantage of those leisurely summer months which followed our first year in senior high, we excitedly took the roles of sophomores. Under the capable leadership and guidance of President, Arthur Jones, Vice-President, Vita Pandolfg Secretary, julie Swirski, and Treasurer, Dale Bristol, we greatly increased our treasury by selling sweatshirts, holding concessions, and selling magazines. On the Varsity Cheerleading Squad were Janet Accattato, Kathy Caiola, Vivian Rolchigo,jackie Kipper, Loretta Manore, and Helen Tucker. Our May Queen attendants were Mary Ellen Sgroi and Bonnie Bushey. Representatives in Student Councilwere Arthur Jones, Vita Pandolf, joe Weidiger and Elizabeth Austin. Our class advisors were Mrs. Cacciatore, Miss Ingro, Mr. Chuff and Mr. Robinson. Among CLASS HISTCJRY others selected to National Honor Society were Fred Furtek, Arthur Jones, Lorraine Capozella, Rosalie Julian, Nancy Jenkins, Lynne Hemenway, Rosalie Spohn, Lorraine Cole, Jackie Kipper, Annette Loiacano, Kathy Caiola, Michael Romano, Dale Bristol and Jackie VanDusen. This year was ended by our first experience of taking regents exams--an experience which was worth remembering for for some, worth forgettingj Entering our junior year, we suddenly realized how important this year really was. We knew that the time and effort we spent as juniors would weigh most heavily on our records. In view of this, we elected President Rosalie Spohng Vice-President, Michael Romanog Secretary joan Rizzog and Treasurer Fred Furtek to lead and guide us. Problems which arose were settled by the help of our advisors Mrs. Graves, Mrs. Donald, and Mr. Wolfe. To increase our already growingtreasury, we planned the successful projects of a candy sale, concessions, and a magazine sale. On the Varsity Cheerleading Squad was jackie Kipper. Representatives in Student Council were Rosalie Spohn, Helen Tucker, Vita Pandolf, and Kathy Caiola. Among others selected to the National Honor Society were Carol Lyoshin, Chauncy Moot, Michael Romano, Irene Zwanka, Lorraine Capozella, and Kathy Caiola, and receiving three successive year member- ship awards were Dale Bristol, Lorraine Cole, Lynne Hemenway, Nancy jenkins, Arthur jones, Rosalie Julian, jackie Kipper, Rosalie Spohn and Jackie VanDusen. Chosen to attend Boys' State were Paul Tucci, Arthur Jones, john Hubbell and Michael Romano. Our Girls' State representative was Dale Bristol. Ernie Sportello won the New York State'Champion- ship in wrestling. The most important event ofthe year was the election of Student Council Officers. Now it was our turn to hold campaigns and elections at the polls. These resulted in the election of President Arthur Jones, Vice-President, Lynne Hemenway, Secretary, Rosalie Julian, and the appointment of Annette Loiacano as Treasurer. To end this all-important year, we finally received our class rings. Qbetter late than never.J At long last, we were seniors. We knew now that every precious moment would be our last at Frankfort-Schuyler Central High School. cLASS HISTORY These thoughts tugfged at our hearts as we worked on our yearbook trying desperately to make it the best one ever. Our class oH'icers were President, Mike Romanog VicefPresident, Fred Furtekg Secretary, Vita Pandoli and Treasurer, jackie Kipper. Offering their sound advice were advisors Mrs. Graves, Mrs. Donald, and Mrs. Faust. Representing us in Student Council were Chauncey Moot, jackie Kipper,jackie VanDusen and Michael Romano. Our Varsity Cheerleaders included janet Accattato, Kathy Caiola, and Josephine Manno. Whining the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award was Lynne Hemenway. National Merit Semi-finalists were Arthur jones and Lynne Hemenway. Paul Tucci was chosen to participate in All State Band. In the field of drama, we presented the comedy "Everybody's Crazy." Tofurther increase ourtreasuryand to defray expenses we success- fully sold a variety of cards, stationery, and paper. Our college-bound students applied to various colleges and many received early acceptances while others still waited with anxiety. To end our year as seniors and high school students, our day of graduation will soon arrive. Anticipating it to be one of happiness, it will also bring tears to many eyes. This year, we will be graduates, this year, the others will be saying good-bye to us. These things remain cherished memories as we say farewell to our teachers and friends at Frankfort-Schuyler Central School,yet our thoughts cannot linger with the past so we look with hope and enthusiasm to the future. 4 'NSY' xii S.. 5' TS' Aff . .- 1 5- K if-3' LxLL f ab. - 1 . L. ,LQ,. 56 gg CLASS WILL by Irene Zvvanka and Bitty Austin WE THE CLASS OF 1963, after occupying the hallowed halls of dear old Frankfort High, have finally reached the end of the beginning. On our way out, we pause a moment to declare this our last will and testament. TO THE ENTIRE STUDENT BODY WE LEAVE OUR ABILI- TY TO MUDDLE THE FACULTY! TO THE FACULTY WE LEAVE THE ABILITY TO KEEP THEIR TEMPERS FOR ANOTHER YEAR, if possible. If the juniors would like to maintain the high status that we have attained this year, they should follow in our footsteps. THEREFORE, TO THE CLASS OF 1964 WE BEQUEATH THE FOLLOWING: jim Accattato leaves his non--descriptive laugh to Pat Winkler. janet Accattato leaves her quarterback position on the cheerleading squad to Mary Margaret Seymour. QHere's hoping someone can catch your passes J. Carol Adams leaves her quiet mannerism and sincere disposition to Evelyn Puleo and Bob Ludwig. Carolyn Amendolare leaves to meet Eugene Yelle's brother. fHurry up Carolj. Bitty Austin bids goodbye to Mr. Chulf and hopes he recovers after this years bookkeeping class! CLASS WILL Nick Barbuto and Paul Tucci leave their year-round Florida tans to Harold Gregory. Leonard Barretta leaves his drawing pencils to Pat Volz. Dorothy Barretta leaves her petiteness to Carol Chard. Remember, good things come in small packages. john Biernat leaves his tall silhouette on the basketball court to john Thomas. Angela Bono and joan Rizzo leave a one-way ticket to Herkimer to Ann Congilaro and Mary Louise Valone. Here's hoping you have as much luck as they did. Ann Bono leaves her wonderful manners and charm to Carol Cimino. Dale Bristol leaves her 1961 class ring to Sherry Bunce. Tom Bunce leaves his shop class to Chicky Adams. joy Bush leaves her gym locker combination to Helene Garramone. Bonnie Bushey leaves Miss Hayes sixth period "classes" to Mary Lavella. Kathy Caiola leaves that intolerable Math class to Mary Ann Vivirito. Angelo Candella leaves his musical talent to joe Nardi. Lorraine Capozella leaves Ferguson Road to JoAnn Novak. Joyce Charlton leaves the art department to Mary Don Nencetti. Lorraine Cole leaves her Biology lab book to Gerri Quirk. Good Luck! CLASS WILL Karen Charbonneau leaves her small foot steps in the halls to Elaine Falcone. Sharon Consilio leaves her shy techniques to Joyce Miles. George Delisle leaves his long side burns to Doug Harmon. Joe Ferdula offers the title "hot rod" to Tom Stone. Fred Furtek leaves his place on the Log Staff to Phil Young. Have Fun! Dick Ganci leaves his enormous, stupendous gigantic liking for Miss Olie to Donnie Bono. Joann Giambrone leaves her better half Sid Nurod. Fred Gillette leaves his ability to get out of Mr. Chuffs class to Lin- da Gilette and Christine Tarnacki. Mary Pat Gilbert leaves her boyfriend to Gail Goulder for only two years. Take good care of him Gail. Gordon Graves wills Dave Carpinella room 121 and American His- tory. Carolyn Green wills Barbara Green her last name. Lynne Hemenway leaves Senior Band exchange trips to Sue Horan and Francine Nencette and her "squeak" to Mr. Clifford. Linda Hight leaves her majorette ability to Mary Lou Henrickson and Helen Spatto. Doug Haman leaves West Frankfort to Bob Faley. CLASS WILL Mary Jane Homer and Terry Wells leave their long line of excuses to Mary Ann DeLuke and Mary Ann Bono. John Hubbell leaves "the" beach to Bob "Dee" Des Maris. Allen Hyer leaves his place in shop class to Ronnie Van Sickle. Joe Ingro leaves his terrific bowling ability to Tom Skelly. Ronald Jacobs and Paul Lindsay leave Bob Taylor's posted land and what's left of the deer to John Sanders. Nancy Jenkins leaves her place in Mu Alpha Theta to Karen Tala- rico. Art Jones leaves his trumpet to Pete Tamburro. Roberta Jones leaves the FNA meetings to Sandra LaBarbara. Rosalie Julian leaves her terrific ability to drive big cars to Buzzy Valente. Antoinette Juliano leaves her ability to survive on the bus to Sal Pristera. Frank J. Juliano and Frank S. Juliano relieve the teachers of their confusing names. Kathy Kay leaves her seat in commercial club to Rosalie Bono. Jackie Kipper wills her pleasant smile to Regina Piazza. Jane LaBarbara leaves her good sense of humor to Mary Ackley. Annette Loiacano leaves Jackie Valente her ability to play basketball. Bob Limpert leaves his speech ability to Mary Grates. Carol Lyoshin leaves Mrs. Reina's Math classes and those "small quizes" to Josephine Bommarito. JoAnn Maneen leaves her inability to pass Geometry to Marie Vallone. CLASS WILL Francis Manno leaves Big Al's get away car to Joe Rolchigo. Josephine Manno and Janice Parkola leave their proud possessions Danny Clayton and Bunky Catlin. Loretta Manore leaves GAA number "14" to Barbara McCumber. Gloria Migliore leaves her ability to keep the Campus Inn constant- ly laughing to Don Farouche and Jim Bono. Chauncey Moot leaves John Sanders a pair of crutches in case he, too, breaks his leg. Joe Morris leaves his famed courtesy, math ability, social studies ability and his favorite teacher, Mrs. Reina, to Jim Riente. Shirley Nelson leaves her ability to have patience, which she never had, with Miss Braidwood to Concetta Camarata. Bob Paddock leaves his book titled "How to Confuse Teachers with Questions" to Bob DeLuke. Joe Palumbo leaves his ability to dance to Jim Bono and Don Farouche. Vita Pandolf leaves her motto, to have friends is to be one, to Laur- ren Massey. Donna Plano leaves her ability to roam the halls to Jackie Valente. Phyllis Pugh leaves her favorite typewriter to Jeanna Swanson. Roger Quackenbush leaves his ability in shop to Peter Hastings. Vivian Rolchigo leaves her Clarkson sweater to Sandra Sondej. Mike Romano leaves his football ability to Clem Sclaise so that Clem can win all the games in 1963. CLASS WILL john Sciortino leaves his embarrassing moments hoping no one ever has any like them. Mary Ellen Sgroi bequeaths her friendly manners to Carol Barrell. Cheryl Smith leaves her secret of keeping her hair golden to Linda Hobbick. Francis Spatol leaves his farewell to Cherolyn Grippe and john Man- tellto. Anthony Spina leaves Palmer Street drag strip to Don Rocco. Vivian Spine leaves to Fred Pumillio two cents and her dancing tech- niques! Rosalie Spohn leaves her scientific brain to john Freedman. Rose Mary Spohn leaves Mr. Bonomo's study hall room 121 to Nick Totarro. Ernie Sportello leaves his wrestling equipment to Dave Bugee and hopes that he uses it to its best advantage. Bernedette Sweet hands her baton over to Carol Culver. Marion Tillson leaves her quiet manner to Margaret Schuster and Betty Hitlsley. Virginia Tracy leaves her cook book of personal recipes to Virginia Schauifer. Helen Tucker leaves. Ricky Van Dusen takes over the family name for his sister jackie. C ASS WILL JIM VAN SICKLE leaves his "weeds" to Barbara Szczygiel. KARL VOLZ leaves his place in the alphabet to Robert Volz. JOSEPH WIEDIGER passes on his carrot top, excluding what's underneath, to Tom Flynn. KENNETH WILLIAMS leaves his "little black book" to Kenneth Farrell. ROCKY ZAFFARANO leaves his left hand monkey wrench to Rick King. PAUL ZITO leaves his ability to charm the girls to Ross Cushman and Freddie Hight. IRENE ZWANKA leaves Miss Wolosz's French class to Ann Snell. CLASS PROPHECY As we peek into the future, we will find our present seniors in various vocations and in different parts of the world. For instance, we find three teachers, former seniors of Frankfort Schuyler Central School, teaching at Frankfort. Both Dorothy Barnetta and jafqaelzhe Van Daren are teaching elementary classes at Reese Road, while jofeybh Morrzlf has become a World History teacher for Frankfort High. From Frankfort we go across the sea to France where we find jarkbfn Kfpper working as a French professor at the Sorbonne in Paris. From France we tour south to sunny Spain and find Arthur ltorreozlorj joney the attrac- tion ofthe bullfight ring in Madrid, Spain. Art turned to bull fighting since he could not discover the composition of protoplasm while working at johns Hopkins Hospital as head pathologist. After leaving sunny Spain let us visit Los Angeles, California, and watch joyqah Ingro and Mzbhael Romano, the nation's number one dentists, put fibre glass teeth finvented by the famous chemist T erry Wellyj, into the mouth of the famous recording star Carobm Amendolare.Incidentally,Carohfn can be seen and heard in her new movie, "I was a Teen- age Songbird." While we are in the land of movies and television let us visit Revue Production Studios and peek into the cafeteria. There we find two of the nations top television stars, Helen 'Perry Maron" Tucker and her companion, Loretta "Della Street" Manore, acting as lawyer and legal secretary respectively, dining on "pate de foie gras," Qgoose liver paste and trufflesj, "bouillbase" Cpotato soupj and 'escargots" Qsnailsj. Going from one extreme to another, we leave the West Coast and fly to the East Coast and visit the now lavish Carnegie Hall in New York City, designed by Joyce Charlton. We are lucky to arrive at this time because we will have the honor of hearing Paul Tam' give a drum concert in the key of "Y", a newly developed key of Angelo Candellak the world's most famous composer. After the concert we must stop at Green- wich Village, "the capitol of the Beatnicks" and look up those famous out-of-this-world artists, Naray jenhzm, and Phyllzlr Pugh. You might be interested to know that both these girls won first prize for the most unusual paintings ever seen in the world. Naneyfr painting is a portrait of an orange rhinoceros without a horn and with purple polka- dots. It is titled: "The Purple People Dislikerf' On the other hand, Phyllzlf' painting is a painting of White Christmas in black, and is titled "Santa Claus Would Never Believe This." Both of these are truly works of art. Before we leave New York City we should visit N.B.C. and the stars of the "Nurses," Bonme Bushey and Rofemary Spohn. From here let's go to Binghamton, the home of I.B.M. There we find I.B.M. oper- ator, Ronald jacohr, having a little trouble with the newest machine, the Anti-Univac, CLASS PROPHECY icon'tj designed by Frank S. jalzano, and Gordon Gravex. It seems that the sum of 2 plus 2 is 3 according to the machine. Could it be that our whole numerical system will have to be changed? Going north to Syracuse, we find Ann Bono at her new home trying to make the right decision of whether to take the one hundred thousand dollars or to go on to the next question. Traveling down Salina Street in Syracuse, we see Zajjizrano and Bunce Construction Company owned by two former seniors. Their assistant is Roger Quaeken- hurh. Finally, we returned to Frankfort. At Frankfort High Roxalre Spohn has become a Biology teacher and has even taken up weight lifting. Also, we find that Mary Ellen Sgroz' has become a teacher in the American History department. Nick Barhuto is home from a hard season of football as first string quarterback for the New York Giants. Linda Hrght and joann Gzamhrone are leading the life of a housewife in their all new fully electronic homes. janet Aceatto is teaching speech at Frankfort High. On main street, "Stenographers Inc." is located. There we find janiee Parkola, Shirley Nelyorz, joy Bath, joan Rlazo, Gloria Mzglzore, and Cheryl Smith. Back to the high school, john I-blhhell is head wrestling coach at Frankfort High, and, as in the past, has brought victory to the school with coaching ability. john has also won all the dance contests of the continent and has been named "Mr. Twinkle Toes" of the U.S.A. A new addition has been madetothe Ilion Hospital which is now called the Mohawk Valley Medical Center. In charge of this center is Doctor of Neurology, Chauncey Moot, who races sports cars in Europe in his spare time. His medical secretary, Karen Garhoneau. Vita Pandoh' is head receptionist at the center and lives in Frankfort in her ultra modern home. We hear that Mary jane Horner has settled down in Utica and has finally conquered "Stanley." Now let's go to Tran: World Airlzner and meet stewardess jane Ia Barhara, who was recently voted "the worlds most beautiful airline hostess." If we hurry to the docks we might see two former seniors. CarolAa'arn.rhasjust returned from a trip around the world with her husband, an oil tycoon from the next biggest state in the union, Texas. Also, we might see captain, Fred Gzllette, dock his craft the "Mystery I", a specially equipped deep sea diving boat. Irene Zzoanka is Fred? private secretary and has just written a novel entitled: How Not to Get Seafick. Before we leave New York City we must stop at Yankee Siadzkrrn. Playing center field for the Yankees isa former senior, john Sczortzno, and Anthony Spzna has short stop position forthe sameteam. Both of these boys have a batting record of .400-. In the stands we see janet Aeeattato cheering them on. CLASS PROPH ECY lcon'tj From the bustling city of New York let's hit the wide open spaces of the West. Did I say wide open spaces? Well, we can see the wide open spaces after dodging oil fields and uranium mines of two former seniors. The oil fields belong to one of the most wealthy men in the United States, Douglas Hnrnnn, who they say drives his M.G.A. to the garage to get his Cadillac. Kenneth Wzllznrnf owns the uranium mines and I've heard that his driveway is as bigas the Los Angeles Freeway. Now that we're out of the oil fields and uranium mines we see about twenty thousand acres of posted land. This belongs to the most unusual farmer in thewest, joyqbh Wzwgen who raises fof all thingsj "pigeons". We might as well enter Texas as long as we are in this part of the country. Traveling about twenty miles towards Abilene, Texas, we'll see a huge sign with the advertisement: Mdrter Cfdvjllfmm Inc. "The finest built anywhere". This enterprise is owned by Paul Lzwfey and Allen Hyer. What are they building? "a better mousetrap!" Now we must make a hurried trip to the state of "sunshine", California. There, let's eat at the swankest restaurant on the movie scene, The Pnrzlfienne, owned by George Delzkle. Now we have to make a hurried flight to Frankfort because there is a reunion taking place at "the old alma mater", Frankfort Schuyler Central School. Also, while we are in Frankfort, let's visit four more former seniors who have taken up the teaching profession. At Frankfort High School jnnzey Accattnto is teaching English, joyephzne Mnneen is teaching Geometry, Gzrol Lyofhzn is teaching junior High math, with jofephzne Mnnno instructing the elementary grades at Reese Road. From Frankfort we go to the fast-moving city of New York. In New York City we see the tallest building in the world, which was designed and engineered by a former senior, john Bzernnt. Incidentally, john, also plays for the Bofton Celtzef in his spare time. On the top floor of this magnificent edifice is Fnrtele Enterprzzef owned by the famous busi- ness tycoon Frederzeh Fnrtek. Annette Lozkzcono is Fred? stenographer and Romlze jnlzkzn is his private secretary. In the same building we find Vzozkzn Spine head hairdresser of jamer Van Sichleir million dollar business Coyjizrelt Inc. janzer' secretaries are Mnrzkzn Tzllxon, Kathleen Kaye, and Sharon Conxzlzo. Now let's visit Radio City Musical Hall. There, the director, Frnnczk Spntol, producer Franrzk llfleznno, and head camera man, Rzkhard Gnnci are busily preparing the studio for the appearance of the famous trumpeteer, Erminzo Sportello. From there, let's go to the United Neztzony Bn1Mng and watch head interpreter, Dale Brzlrtol in action. If we were to go in Dalek office we might see some confusion. It seems that Dale is quite perturbed with electronic technician, Robert Pnohloch, because he can't stop her multiple-interpreter-recorder from translatingMartian into Pig Latin instead of English. If we look across the street from the U.N. Building we will see World Wzde Stenogrnphm, owned by jofeph Ferehdn. Two of his employees are lhozkm Rolchzgo and Antoznette julinno. CLASS PRoPHEcv Qcon'tl Both these girls have received prizes for being able to type 300 words a minute! Returning to Frankfort we enter the familiar doors of the school, and as we peek through the doors into the newly redecorated cafetorium we see some familiar faces. Seated at the guest table are present stars of the T.V. program "Route 66", joreph Palumbo and Pau! Zzfo. Seated next to these two stars is the television star of "Mad, Mad, World", 'Lynne Hernenway who has just written the book How To Conquer Pbyszkr. Looking over to the speakers platform we see the Mayor of Frankfort, Robert Limpeni giving the opening speech. Seated next to him is Police Chief, Leonard Barretta, who gave justice of the Peace, Karl Volz, a speeding ticket two hours before the reunion! Who's going to fine Karl? The last chair at the table is occupied by the Tax Collector, Ihrgzna Tracy. Vzgznza has a great deal of trouble with the expansive vegetable farmer Frank f jalzano, who owns all the land from Frankfort to Utica. It's not that Frank won't pay his taxes but rather that Virginza doesn't know who Frank will buy out next. Seated at the next table are three former seniors: Kafleen Cafola, chemistry professor at Cornell, noted Psychiatrist, Lorrazne Cole, and Elzkabetb Aaftzn, medical secretary to a famous pathologist in Idaho. From their conversation we learn that Donna Plano is head nurse for Doctor Albert Schweitzer in Equatorial French West Africa, while Roberta joney is head nurse for Doctor Gordon Seagraves in Thailand.Also,wehear that Mary Pat Gzfbert is a famous X-Ray technician at Slocum-Dzkkron Imtzrzrte. Last but not least everyone is quite excited because Lorrazne Capozella has been elected the best medical secretary of the year, despite her ten children! Well, that's what the seniors of "63" might be doing. What will you be doing? BACK OF THE CLASS OF 63 SENIOR PLAY EVERYBODY'S CRAZY CAST CHARACTERS Clmuajy fl'1vor X Herb Stanley FOL'fQ'7'Ihl!!1 A Elmef SHCCC1 Angelo Cllllfnfflll A Tommy Wikins jnnyzlf Irlflllllbll William Bates jwzyzlzzilv Mmum ggg if Tx Ketura Katt Bwlllll' lilmlujlf KX was A Julie Mather Rllfllfft'-plflrlll A Vw'l'xE Mrs. Spooner jkmcr Van SRM' t r XlfQ,+wGodfrey Van Gordon Hahn Plein' Caroline Ihzmflgy Bzmwfu ,C 2 2 Celia lrmylfz A'IlIl77tf XV P Adam Potcll 1Dnh'Bwfrlol Q Vkkykh Q KKQL Libby Afln jo A1171 GIPIIIIAVOIIL' A 5 A Gladiola Mlfb!1L'f RUNIIIIIO ,NW Vmgx mmaLA A AVZX E I jasper Ronrlf! jumlzr CCVLCC o:'op.1..g AA"AAML'i ' 4mh,Alfo11 Messenger boy Stage ManagersligQggorQe elislgihandiifoger Qniickenbush Hanna 1 Q: 5 Nts -S rg N, f if N5 1 CLASS MOTTO PATIENCE AND DILIGENCE, LIKE FAITH, REMOVE MOUNTAINS CLASS COLORS BLUE-WHITE CLASS FLOWER RED ROSE CLASS SONG IN THE STILL OF THE NIGHT THEME OLDIES BUT GOODIES OUR C WASSES CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOM ORE Pmzklmt . .... . Wce-Pnerzkient . . Semftary .... 72 . . . . Tom Kinney Anthony Lis and relli ww y Kathy Worden JUNIORS Bwzklent ...... . . .john Sanders Ihre-President .... . . . Pete Tamburro Secretary . .... ....... T om Flynn Trearurer .... . . . Francine Nencetti FRESHMAN Bwzkifnt .... .... T oni Caiola Ihre-Pmzklent . . .... Sandy Chard Semetary . . . . . . Rose Mary Folgia CLASS OFFICERS EIGHTH GRADE President .... ...... G LORIA ZITO Vice-President . ........ JOSEPH PAPA Secretary .... . . MARY ANN WALAWENDER Treasurer . ..... LESLIE GRATES SEVENTH GRADE President . . . . . . LINDA LYOSHIN Vice-President . . . . IOANN GUARNIERE Secretary. . . . . .ANITA LA POLLA Treasurer. . . . .NICK PAONI ' QW wi O my if MLQQHLJF 7 Y, LM I fry Qyv W W2 LM ww 1 LMQIQ G gil-WJ, WWXQJ xl MKGQGFV Q fe QQ A X fVijL kA 1,037 'Q F726 GLW Pmw My 3 Mg 4,3 HJ Qgwwfiaj J W W flying we J yy iv S H it P E5 A an l JY, ' L , U1 v .F , rw j W MQ Q of f g jgwwbfgt R3 CH gmww w QW QQ5 iQQjEJjQ V f 41,1642 fyoifgf 555 X Q N ,C Q2 QE, Jw Vin? 04 QQQQYE bk X ,NLCJZI 454545 lg 9, C O 'cw K Ci JQOC n X 'X--V "Z rj- 1, .,. qu V w V V N - C- fa X 1 , ffm A QQ 504 VK QQL ici 1 1 XQ ,I ,4 W , CLA Cf ' Qt C""l , , Q, ,U f kb Q,-, J L, ,f L., A . f U If 1 -.f, Lk cigf .71 ffig. V ,, ,-VL. Lili-,Q 41 LLJZ i -1 Lk f L, ' 'I yf f ff." ,f f J, , ' ,Q -K .,. f . C2 XJ Of-D Cc? Q4 SC " 'f Q iw C- ,g cr' Q L ,H 'F 1 f f uf A fi' ' "x " .f wc. ,Zi qw A f C, X fc 5. k f XQ E N Mig! j A If C K R29 1" 6, XM.. 'x D. Fr' Q, W" A, Q Qi P'-Y 1. Q X x.. JUNIOR CLASS SOPHCDMORE CLASS Advisor, Mr. Alazzara SOPHOMORE CLASS Advisor, Mr. Spina Adv1sor, Mr. Wfhltncy l J 7th GRADE M ww. WMMWW ,M N N....,.,, .4......, YS f ms . Wi if sxxsg. sim mm.A A s QMS X Q X M5 . www. Xi N .- was X A, A 9: : Xf' 9 ' YS'SfP-E.!Q if f3i1Ts'SFXl:iWi. gf- . x X 5 gg - I SA Nxww zizfgsm, , XX ff X Q X XA X , X iwiwiiibw' x .F .W K u aan ' ',-" , "L , .Wm . "3' M f if ' J ,X ihfg ,.i.,,. ff 41 ' f, V: , i f . ?Z Q ff ,'LY 86 mai N .rw WNNQNNW' 1.5 -W Rims-wx' k 'Q fi in :. X :F x x, X .W K .- H . 5 1 ' :M M A :'I:::-:..r:'lf ki --r t. 3 . fi k u' 'S 7 M . . I 1- ik: lg: 2.1 : fix YH' .,:f C:5: 55: 1-53555K "N" ' ' - . L ' A A A Z M . . 4 'Q 5: - -- --.X X A X 4 .- Q X , . Q K X s .X . . , ...M . L . X . - K .Q Q.. r r ACTIVITIES STUDENT CCUNCIL Przszdent ...... . ........ Art jones Semfary ...... ..... R osalie julian Vzke-Pnmkknt ....... Lynne Hemeningway Tnwurer ..... . . .... Annette Liocano Adwkor ...... ....... M r. Leland NATIONAL HGNOR SOCIETY Pnarxkfent . ....... ........... J ohn Sanders Seoetary ........ ............ D ale Bristol Vzke-Prwzkdwt ...... ........... A rt jones Tnwurer ..... .. .......... Mary Alice Ruddy Aabiror . . . . . ..... Miss Ingro 89 LPHA TH ET :ff'fs??3gif - 2 V f Advisor, Mrs. Reina r . r Advisor, Mr. McMurray 90 SEMINAR MAJQRETTES 'N AdViS0f. Mr. Clifford - KEY CLUB ke n Bafzklent ..... ............ Pa ul Tucci Secnetary ........ ....... . joe Ingro Vice Prarlkient. . . . . Butch Spina Treamrer .... . . . Dick Ganci Adwkor ...... . . . Mr. Frank KNIGHT ECHOES Ezitor ...... . ...... Ann Bono Bwweff Manager ...... Helen Tucker Co-Eeflor. . . . . . Mary Grates 92 Adwlfor . . . . . . Miss Wolosz LANGUAGE CLUB Bwkdvzt .... .... .......... R o salie Spohn Semftazy ................... Patty Terzo Vzke-Prefdent ................ Dale Bristol Tmzrurer ................... joe Morris FUTURE NURSES Pmrzkfent ...... ...... R osemary Spohn Secretary- Tnwurer .......... Roberta jones Wd'-Pfefzdvzt .... ....... B onnie Bushey Azlwlfor .... ............ M rs. Oriole FUTURE TEACHERS FUTURE HQMEMAKERS ! FUTURE FARMERS lx X LIBRARY STAFF if - is .f Sz: af K, . 4. ,,,, ..,,..,,g Q f .. L"' - K Advisor, Mrs. Hanna AUDIO VI UAL AID ART LUB Ann Bono . ...... .... Pm Jzkfmt Shirley Nelson ....... Secretary Mary Don Nencetti. . . Vzkc'-H'eJ12Awt Pat Volz ...... . . . Tnwzmfr Miss Braidwood ....,. . Afhfzimr SENIOR-JUNIOR PROM Advisors joseph Palumbo john Freedman john Thomas john Hubbell Karen Talerico Carol Cimino Lorraine Cole janet Accattao jackie Kipper Mary Ann Viverito Mrs. Graves Mrs. Pontolillo I, .,.,.,.,,,.na' lv' I , . 'b ...d .w ,xi ' N ' . A-t wx ,r .X 99 BAN D .f 2 l W fy fs g I , if ' ki 1 1 Advisor, Mr. Clifford 100 BAD MUSICAL COMPETITION FESTIVAL COMMITTEE 102 Qs Advisor, Mr. Clifford: Josephine Manno, Lynne Hemenway, Arthur Jones, Dan Clayton. Although a comparatively small school system, many large responsibilities have been placed upon the students and the faculty here at Frankfort Schuyler Central School - the most recent being the New York State School Music Association Festival. The purpose of the festival was to evaluate the participating orchestras band, and soloists and ensembles, in the grade of music they have chosen. The music extended from grade one to grade six. The actualratings ranged from A to D: the ratings being the climax of all the time and effort put forth by the organizations and their conductors. Our own band members were responsible for the entire program. Led by Mr. Clifford, Chairmang and Lynn Hemenway, Student Chairmang different committees were established for certain purposes such as registration, welcoming and guiding the visiting students, operating food concessions, typing out schedules and judges forms, and all the other duties that were necessary for the completion of this event. We congratulate the band and the fine way they ran this event. 7TH GRADE CLUBS SCIEN MATH CLUB 33' CE CL 7TH GRADE ART CLUB SOCIAL STUDIES BAND O UVO H gif? if ,f-QJS6 I fri :xi A Z W wg., +R Q-K fs-M M A . ,J .wvvxwg , -K + mm xr g aw .,,,,....M ' 'W' Nmkwxw-Qxv,-..-w 'MA""""',.-v..,,,,,,,ne-f' ,X. 3, O -'Q Y-fx. CJQS563 qu! Oo... G Q03 Lu ck! VARSITY FCQTB LL COACHES--Mr. Campo, Mr. Rotolo, Mr. Wfbeppel. New Hartford 13 Norwich 7 Herkimer 6 Oneonta 26 Ilion 19 Little Falls 0 Camden O Mohawk 19 Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort All can well be proud of the Frankfort High Football team and their 1962-63 record. We, the class of 1963, would like to congratulate the KNIGHTS for their very inspiring team effort. With careful coaching, the MAROON KNIGHTS were able to capture fourth place in the Iroqouis League competi- tion. The team will sorely miss seven tough players on the team who will be leaving in June. To the future KNIGHTS and coaches we wish success and hope the team will always remain strong. 5 10 E 108 VARSITY BASKETB LL FRONT ROW: Philip Caruso, Richard Dunadee, John Migliore, John Sanders, MANAGERS--Anthony Ahern, Robert Conley. SECOND ROW: Donald Rocco, Frank Frank, Ronald Gage, Joseph Tubia, Kenneth Farrell, John Thomas, John Biernat, Paul Grainger-MANAGER, Mr. Mosney-COACH. .V. BASKETB LL LEFT TO RIGHT: Joseph Sharrino, Mitchell Pezdek, Frank Graziano, Paul Huening, Forrest Hobbick, Sam Conigliaro, Timothy Bugbee, Darrell Russitano, Robert Oliver, David Wiediger, Mike LaPolla, COACH--Mr. Wolfe. 109 l 5 WRESTLI G COACHES--Mr. Campo, Mr. Annichiarico Frankfort Herkimer Frankfort Ilion Frankfort Mohawk Frankfort Little Falls Frankfort Herkimer Frankfort Oneonta Frankfort Norwich Frankfort Watertown Frankfort Ilion Frankfort Sherburne Frankfort New Hartford The Iroquis League Championship again goes to the Frankfort-Schuyler wrestling team This year s hardy Grapplers have received high praise for their team effort, and justly so. In addition to being league champions they have managed to be winners at the Schenectady Invitational Tournament, to place second in Section III at Chittenago, and to place fifth at Colgate University. Seniors lending their fine efforts to the team for the final time are Ernie Sportello, Art Jones, and John Hubbell. We, the class of 1963 sincerely congratulate the coaches and team and offer our best wishes for as much success in the future. 1.9 TRACK BASEBALL BOWLING TENNIS WINTER SPORTS GIRLS SPGRT5 E .Q Q- LGB VGLLEYBALL SC FTBALL SPEED-A-WAY .l.V. BASKETBALL VARSITY BASKETBALL Gi gliotti BCDWLING 20 ,-v- v- V-mv, G.A.A. The Girls' Athletic Association, an organization growing both in size and importance, was formed in 1958 by Miss Yvonne Gigliotti. The range of sports offered has gone from basketball, volleyball and softball, to the addi- tional offerings of speed-a-way, bowling and track. In addition, the mem- bership has been increasing steadily each year. Open to all girls from grades 9-12, the organization offers a very spec- ial type of education. i G.A.A. The G.A.A. stresses the importance of cooperation, tolerance, and perseverence, both in sports and in everyday living. The girls are taught that cooperation and teamwork exhibit results: that perseverence means pos- sible success instead of failures and that any criticisms directed toward each is given to help make her a better person. Thus, the G.A.A. molds charac ter as well as sound bodies. The preceding paragraph explains Miss Gigliotti's method of teaching the girls the definition of the word "sportsmanship," and her contribution toward making the girls better individuals. 'D-, Fw ' f 155' J , M11 v v ,,, aa ,M lf .f ,' 'Mu' HY Msn 1, lu J 91451 w '71 ja' 5 , W-..-'f wi' fo-' P48- vqw fl rx -:vi -.Wf fgwd. than ,- -vw' nil!! J' I. fi- N , L . 'ls-wx. 'N K ' 1 - 0 1,33 awk. Q xi' I n 4,.,-- ' VBW in an im Jw + fm Q' U' 1 1 I n . ' A 51' Q...-n. -ff .',, .. ig. X. I 5' 1 kb ig ' A J. 0741 - - v!" A J fic' 4 -ff 'fy C 2, " .nv .QA v '- f in ' 1 in an 2 J w,1,Xfg5fY-A-g-1,, ...M H V V , 5, ' , Y" .- nw, fi .1 , 14 Qi- ,LV Q.. "1 + .,,. '- ?.,"H J"w Q' '-1'A' 4 , , ,lv , 14.51 -wfhpgx ix Qi: WV, u. ' I fw,,Q3-,.. . .YIJ 1 -W , la Q Qiwixl .Ai Aw SL- 'Q .r . iii -fA? Ii ' pffs. +.x bk? J' wwf ,Q A' , .bi Q' A I I' .44 Q V., .0 MENU" fl F, fr. ,AQ 'vu ,fx-sr J 111 ,M - . f A 4 fa S1 ' mf ,....-- L!! X 5 x B BY PICTURE IDE TIFICATIO Page 1 Page 2 Bonnie Bushy Linda Hight Janice Parkola Joyce Charlton Mike Romano Lorraine Capozzella Doug Haman Karen Charbonneau Angelo Candella Paul Zito Bitty Austin Jo Ann Maneen Ann Bono Jackie Kipper John Sciortino Chauncy Moot Terry Wells Cheryl Smith Paul Tucci Walter Karl Volz Rosemary Spohn Roger Quac kenbush Virginia Tracy Phyllis Pugh Frank S. Juliano 1 2 3 4 5 6 '7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Vita Pandolf Joe Morris Kathy Kaye Leonard Barretta Francis Spatol Lynne Hemenway Mary Pat Gilbert Jimmy Accattato Janet Accattato Ernie Sportello Tommy Bunce Francis Spatol Joy Bush Jimmy Van Sickle Rosalie Julian Shirley Nelson Art Jones Carol Lyoshin Josephine Manno John Hubbell Page 3 1. Jackie Van Dusen 2. Ronald Jacobs 3. Joseph Ferdula 128 B BY PI TURE IDE TIFICATIO 4. Dale Bristol 5. Fred Furtek 6. Gorden Graves 7. Fred Gillette 8. Jane La Barbera 9. Jimmy Van Sickle 10. Carolyn Amendolare 11. Dorothy Barretta 12. Frank J. Juliano 13. Donna Plano 14. Antoinette Juliano 15. Bernadette Sweet 16. Annette Lociano 17. Jo Ann Giambrone 18 . Nancy Jenkins 19. Irene Zwanka 20. Nick Barbuto 21. Joe Palumbo 22. Dale Bristol 23. Roberta Jones 24. Gloria Migliore 25. Jackie Kipper 26. Paul Lindsay Page 4 1. Joan Rizzo 2. Sharon Consillio Marion T ilson Rosalie Spohn Linda I-light Kathy Caiola Terry Wells Leonard Barretta Jackie Kipper Loretta Manore Paul Zito Annette Loicano Dale Bristol Dick Ganci Rosalie Julian Lynne Hemenway Lorry Cole Butch Spina Janice Parkola Jo Ann Maneen Lorraine Capozzella Vita Pandolf Carolyn Green Dorothy Barretta Leonard Barretta Lorraine Capozzella Loretta Manore OUR THANKS To an excellent Maroon Log staff who did their duties well, who were piloted by fine editors, who were patient when things went wrong, and who were certainly full of ideas. Our congratulations to the advertising staff who sold so many ads, to our circulating staff who sold out in ll days, and to the financialstaff whose book balancing became so complicated. Most of all, though, our thanks go to those people who, when there was extra work to be done, pitched in and did it even though they were on some other committee. Our thanks to the typists and the typing department who did a fine job and a long one. Also our thanks to our Junior helpers. Our special thanks to Mr. Frank who made the arrangements for pictures and spent hours phoning and arranging for the necessary appointments. Also thanks to the faculty who have helped us in many ways and put up with the inconvenience that a yearbook inevitably causes. To the seniors thanks for all your ideas, even if we couldn't use all of them. May you enjoy your book and keep it for many years. Best of luck to you all, always. Your yearbook advisors Ffyurjldw J' .Bralfolul oval. fgv' 2 ADVERTISEMENTS EITC-zM"l LHDJEI, W. LQELK W E Populfm' --,I I v frlussc. ' AN E RFI SAVE AT CITIZENS FIRST NATICDNAL BANK FORT, NEW YGUR HOME TOWN INDEPENDENT BANK THE KIRBY OFFICE EQUIP C0 GULF Compliments of SERVICE STA. 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