Frankfort Schuyler Central High School - Maroon Log Yearbook (Frankfort, NY)
- Class of 1973
Page 1 of 140
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us as individuals giving us his trust- something which is
not usually given to students. His concern for us has often
become a target of criticism. His door, like his mind, is
always openg it's nice to know we always have a placeto
go when we need help.
You, john Goodale, have shown us that there are
still people in whom we can have faith. There is so much
more that we cannot express to you in words. So, as we
leave behind our years at FSCS we can only say "Thank
you for caring" and for bringing the class of "73"together
as we dedicate our book to you.
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when we leave you. Thank you for being you.
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eyes were algmost blinded. There is aworld out there--it stret 'lqliifythesp all-, S
ness of Frankfort, thanks to you, this we can see. Youhave been goodto us--you love
is so mutual. "Was blind, but now I see. " Thank you.
you--we thank you. We have chosen this
felt. The world is ours now, new horizons
1n our conquest for the future, we can seek
from all of us thank you.
Autumn to winter,
winter into spring,
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summer into fall-
So rolls the changing year,
and so we change,
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--Dianah M. Craik
The year passes--and another class of seniors graduates and is launched on the brink of a new life. For
some this means college, others marriage, employment, and the military service. The class of '73 can
remember many events which have occurred during our year, some being historical including the end to
a long war in Asia and the return of our Prisoners of War. We have all experienced something which we
will never have again. And yet the juniors move up to become seniors while the sophomores eagerly await
to take their places, leaving little time for nostalgia, it is like the disturbance of a stream by a pebble.
The seniors are the pebble creating the disturbance, interrupting the flow of the stream. Then there is a
calm, the seniors graduate, and another class of seniors emerges. The stream continues flowing steadily
not to be disturbed until another pebble is tossed in.
This year we were made aware of a constant detriment to our world, our country, even our class, that
being disunity. There is a great need to get together and it is forthis reasonwe chose as our theme, "Come
Together '73". We attempted to capture the sensations of being young and alive, for a moment, and re-
corded them in print. Yet our pictures and writings are inanimate--you must add the life, the feeling, and
stirring of your memory. There have been some bad times but there have been some of the most wonder-
ful ones we'll ever have.
The class of '73 takes on its own character because of the many unique personalities represented. Some
of us are bright, some not so sharp, some are exuberant, some merely apathetic-some athletic, some
poetic but, for a time, we were all the '73 Maroon Knights which is, after all, the link which lead you
and me to "come together."
Our book is not to be read lightly. Some will undoubtedly try to go through it skimming along but to
really grasp the intended meaning one should pause and take a deeper look at a slower pace. The essence
of the meaning is embedded in the words. To those who would be quick to judge, we did not attempt to
make any drastic changes in tradition nor offend anyone, but merely tried to depict our year as we saw it
--leaving out the candy-coating.
And now to the seniors, lwill leave you with a quote. "We are but one step away from greatness and
before the rest of the world knows it, we are going to take that step . . . "
Now is that time to act for there's a new day dawning, make of it what you will.
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"I love appreciating the beautiful
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wife, I would be married to a sin-
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MARY ANN BONO
"I like to wake up and find there
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MARY JEAN BUTTON
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"To strive, to seek, to find, and
not to yield. "
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"The world is always bright if you
go at it the right way. "
"I love Brian Hargrove, my friends,
money, love, and salvation."
"Silence speaks when words cannot. "
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away, gone far away into the sil-
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"Laughter is not at all a bad
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Favorite thing: "saving malo cups
and playing blackjack. "
Favorite thing: "Being with Bill. '
Favorite thing: "june--the month
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Favorite thing: "Making music. "
Favorite thing: "Eating, drinking,
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Favorite thing: "At the present
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"Use it up, wear it outg make
do, or do without. "
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her way. "
"There is no cure for birth or
death, save to enjoy the interval
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"I love a world that's filled with
love where all God's children can
live together. "
"Everything in life has a place
like a smile upon a happy face. "
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Favorite thing: "Goofing around
with everyone else. "
CHA RIDTTE STEVENS
"I have fas when the sun doth
light a stormj buried this sigh in
the wrinkle of a smile. "
"Never give a man an even break
or a sporting of a chance. "
"It is better to ask questions than
to know a11 the answers. "
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"But you child of space, you rest-
less in rest, you shall not be
trapped nor tamed. "
"Women like not only to conquer,
but to be conquered. "
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"What we really are matters more
than what other people think of
"If a gentleman won't insult you,
nobody else can."
Favorite thing: "My drums. "
VALERIE VAN DUSEN
"Life is better understood back-
wards but it must be lived forward
Favorite thingy, "Sunshine and
Green Grass, " gf
Favorite thing: "The non-medicinal
use of Alcohol. "
"Youth is wholly experimental. "
HARRY M. VVILLIAMS
Favorite thing: "Making people
"How's your hotdog?"
Favorite thing: "1-Xstrology. "
'Beauty is in the eyes ofthe beholder. "
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"I'd rather have an inch
than miles of pedigree. '
"And seem a saint when most I
play a devil. "
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D6V111Sh Demse and Ernle Entertalnrrlent.
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"Pretty-Boy Sgroi, " and "Merry-jeans. "
Dynamic, " and Hjumpin' Joyce. "
"Vocal Va11one" and "Chit-Chat Chuck
"Nippy Nan", and "Eddy Education"
ELKS' LEADERSHIP AWARD
Darlene Tarris, first placeg Joyce Reina, second
Ken Oriole, Bob Luther, Paul Kiszka, Don Oyer, Ernie
john Cardinal: All-league Baseball
Tom Marine: All-league Basketball
Denny Ruddy, jim DeRo11o, and Don Oyer:
REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: joe Sgroi, Sue Tassa, David Clements.
Tom Crates, Nan Centola, Don Oyer Qbsentjg Alternatesz Mark Lounsbury,
Paul Kiszkag Nursing Alternates: Kathy De11aPosta, Valerie VanDusen.
Rosemary Minosh, Jeff Maury
Sorry, Roe and jeff, but you were so quiet that we missed your
"Dish Rag" t
I came: not knowing who I really was. I ' I
I saw: my life come together.
Ifconquered: Clete's demented mind into realizing
i"Reality is NOT a conception!"
I left: realizing that "'If you're feeling good you do
as you pleaseg I don't believe that it's wrong to put
your mind at ease!"
I came: confused. qi
I saw: the backs of many runners. I
I conqueredgjalong with Frank Moracco, the 5 minute
mile. A '
I left: my sister Kathy even more confused than I was.
I came: not knowing.
I saw: the pyramid drop and the bottles break.
I conquered: Joe Putch's hand.
I leftiffai iness .
STEF DYBAS ,r'g ,Q
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I came: like a pin and left like a pretzel. y e-.', A I
I saw! the many faces of life and am deteriinined to
make mine as warm and bright as thE'?,SI1I1SI'1l.1'16".
I1 conquered: Dish Rag's philosophical mind n-showed
'her that reality "is" a conception the truth will al-
ways replace. ,',p V
I left: Dan, Judie, ,t1,p i1fQBarb "Mexican" "Jamaican",
"Columbian", in-?f?'Aculpoco" n- hope they don't
exhaust them. ' I Q V
KAREN ALLEN I I iiii '
I came: because Ihad to.
I saw: very' little.
I conquered: Snot quite everything, yet!
I left: the same way I came. ,
RICHARD BAMBERGER A ipsya A
"Dick" i i
I came: to judge man by his questions rather thanfby-
his answers. ' pi'i g ",' E
I saw: to it that none of the last four years wasia waste
for the time was wisely spent.
I conquered: my first of many new horizons.
I left: to be happy. Thefworld is sad enough without
my woe. R '." I -..pp.t 3 '
JANICE BA SS
'I came: unsure.
I saw: nothing that interests me.
I' conquered: the world.
I left: still not sure.
JOYCE BASS' iiici p
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I came: with hopes for something. -
I saw: nothing. or
I conquered: the hopes Ihad. 1
I left: afew blinded and gave a few the power to see!
FRANK .BIANCH1 .
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EDWARD BIERNAT y ynya '
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I came: to a place where a person could see theworld
him and find his own self.
I savyiifthea transformation from youth to maturity.
I conquered: petty fears and extended the limits of
my knowledge. . .
I left: for a brave, newiqworld filled withgi great
expectations. 7 q I
THOMAS BONEARDICE Q i
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Tj 'jg came: willingly I
Isaw: and foundrniy one and only true love.
I conqueredzpthe .-pq attendance record?
Ileft: prepa1'ed?5f'Tr l
I came: walking.
I saw: many things.
I conquered: nothing.
I left: my name on the boy's room door.
MARY ANN BONO
I came: and found something I loved. t
I saw: I'll never tell. .
I conquered: all those who laughed and said I was
I leftijirriy cousin Sharon the purple wake-ups, fdon't
feed-them to your cats! I ! ! Q5
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I Came: '
I saw: Sunshine, green grass, and tranquility.
I conquered: nothing, yet everything. gr
I left: withmy past behind and my future ahead. ,
MARY-JEAN BUTTON V n
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I came: with Joyce Reina and Carol Kattato.
I saw: many great and exciting times that I won't
forget. ' t
Icon uered. "Eve in "
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Iileft with Joyce, Carol and the rest of the "dish
KATHLEEN BUTTS VV I
I came: with the hope of learning something.
I sawg, alot of things I can't talk about.
I conquered: not getting lost in Frankfort at night.
I left:ffQwith Morris with the hope of learning soniething.
FRANCIS CAIOLA ,Vi
I came: to this school four years ago not knowing what
to do. l
I saw: one teacher go through the halls shoving people
out of the way and running over the small ones. V
I conquered: the French III regents on the second try I
I left: in the same condition I came.
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I came: willing. V
I saw: the unexpectedg:
I conquered: French???
Ileft, has fast as I could go.
LOU ANN CARLESIMO
I came: for a while.
I saw: I did???
I conquered: some things!
I left: in a hurry.
I came: as a '4'10 " Freshman.
I saw: things I dare not repeat! ! V : ,.fqQT,Q,Vg,
I conquered: lvlr. Mazzara and his American History V
class last year. '
I left: as a 4'10 1,f4" Senior.
Icame: looking for freedom and truth and found I
neither. , -
I saw: my senior picture, along with aligmya other little
gifts, on the dresser of someone I loved? l
I conquered: certain people and myselfihy not letting
their facades bother me.
I left: not quite knowing-who I am but knowing, "I
am" which is all thatmatters.
I came: in bewilderment.
I saw: bewilderment.
I conquered: bewilderment.
I left: without bail. I
I came: with many fears.
I saw: many things I will never forget. V .
Iconquered: Chemistry I .55
I left: with many friends that I hope to see again. "'i
lcame: by force. I ' I
I saw: a janitor sleeping in the boiler room. y I
I conquered: three years with Deyle and fouriyears
' q with Woleppel. Q
I left: with all my friends. - t I
JODY DE LUKE - I' I
"Tate" I 3 It
I came: from Reese Road to Third Ave ,QI-IiMicl1ael!y.
I saw: a lot from my front porch! I ' I I
I conquered: going downstreet every nightItoIsit:onqthe
I' library steps, and sit, and sit, and sit.'Q .Ig I' I- aI
I Ileft: 'my cousin Joe to keep up the school 'I.e Q
ee.V ,I mVW,1o q II lgthe Dehxke name in good ole' Franl-:fort
MARTIN COLUCCI V - :LI-5 .gVl,f 3 -,f'A .'IWI AVI-- If f' I L d--.:'1-
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Ifcame: only to skip Mr. Woeppel's gym class 211'1df1IsifIffIf?2If1ffig q ydzy Iffff'III?'jinii" - II I
' yyId then do crabs. if 'I,oIL f e'1e Igcame: when I wanted.
Iisawr Frankfort beat Kennedy for two yeax-sin 'Ity. LfqIjjfIjfQ Iy.1y y what I wanted to see.
I conquered: three years of double sessions.: fl' Iyde I i
I left without force. IIIII ' I ' qi
MARK CONLEY 5. I, I I
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I came: with ow the school.
1 saw: the -qffice many times.
I conquered: early.
I left Mr. Conleys in
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I came: late. q I
I saw: nothing. -
I conquered: detention.
PATRICIA L. DALEY
licame: with questions unanswered. I- I
liawz only blank stares and empty minds. -I '
Iffconquered: all that I wanted to accomplish. I I
Lleft: my sister Lisa to discover all she can, f
KATHLEEN DELLA POSTA i
I came: with David.
I saw: the unbelievable.
I conquered: Chemistry????
I left: with Davidfy , Iyy,I1y'yI eIiIkyy I
Iconquered: my Trig regents.
CAROL DICKAN -
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I came: becansel- :cu1ious.q y -
I saw: Mr. Gooda1ey,pIayingE1c'ard tricks.
I conquered: of lmowledge.
I left: Frankfort and six sisters
who I 1 WHS-
IDA D1 LIBERTY? If iIiI I I I I
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I came: to see 'theff'KnigIats9figljtQ.
Isaw: a future bIefoi+efnie.I II'I I Q I I V
Iconquered: friends 'and'love. 'I
I left: my sister Rosa aibottle of anacin.
BEVERLY DI PIAZZA
Ifeame: because I had to.
If III'IIe too much! !
yifconqueredz four years of drudgery.
, ALL my tax-dy slips with Mrs. Pontolillo.Iliff
IIII .54,iQgQICI-LARD EDDY is '
Ilcame ----- .
I saw: a lot of THINGS. I i i
I conquered: nothing. I - I I
Ileft: with Butch, tofplaces-qunknown and my.-- in
locker e34,toVqwl1oeyer:qwants it Q I
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I came: no smarter than I left.
I saw: people more bewildered than myself .
I conquered: my shyness toward others.
I left: with the echoes of my cheering in the halls.
DARRYL JAMES GILLETTE
I came: with same old jacket.
,I saw: the same old things. i
I conquered: many old but great things.
Ileft Frankfort to my cousin Frank for another fan-
tastic four years.
I came: to find peace, LOVE, understanding and
happiness. .V. !
I saw: many peopleand their ways, I'1l never forget.
I conquered: with my buddy Marce, the CLUB, and
Little Falls. I
I left a little betterthan the way I came.
I came: on a 'horse with no name.
I saw: the good, the bad, and the ugly teachers.
I conquered: fall the ugly things in life and found
beauty through Brian.
I left: the school to deteriorate while I build my life
I came: with hopes of learning.
I saw: many teachers. ,,
I conquered: 18 credits.
I left all my books, and all my troubles behind.
I came: happily.
I saw: everything.
I conquered: Math.
I left: happily.
I came: to find out what life is all about. I . V
I saw: many things happen, that I didn't, want toQ5,, ,,
I conquered: with my buddy, Laura, the
Little Falls. ,. ' 'i'- p,"1
I left: people who don't mind their own businessfandi
Uv to run other Pe0Ple's lives. li I Vli'
WAYNE JOHNSON '
I came: by force.
I saw: I had to go out of town for what I wanted.
I conquered: what I went out of town for.
I left very willingly.
I came: hoping to be as ,great a business teacher as
Ms. Cacciatorepp . i w
I saw: a new way to live my life to the fullest.
I conquered: learningto march in our great F. S. C. S
I left in search of a way to find myself and to be what
my parents dream of me being.
CAROL A. KATTATO
I came: with Mar, Joyce and IRVING. , . .
I saw: ALOT of General Science Books andotherjunlc
I conquered: lmowing RIGHT hom WRONG .'p'.:. Butf.
what is wrong??? V .... p,,4 p
I left: with all the -1- breakers of the Stoned,Q.Soful,'i'
Seniors and IRVING. .-,1
I came: for 4 years.
I saw: 4 years go by swiftly.
I conquered: all 4 years.
I left: after the 4th year, "evident1y".
JOHN KIPPER I
I came: with doubts. '
I Saw! the GREATEST "Senior Class" 0731. .
Iconquered: Mr. Reina and geometry class.,
left: with pride and respect for F. S. C.. Sq, It
I came: doubtful. V V
I saw: everything and missed nothing. ' ff ,Q .
I conquered: all my fears. ssy' o o
I left: hoping my brother will have as much.-fun at V -
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I came: Vlyy :I - ' ,
I Sawf what Tf l o
I Cvnquefedf .
I left trying 'tor the rest of my life.
GARY LASHER lls j I llsl f I
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I came: looking for something. I've'not found yet,
Isew: many 10's,i 2O's, 3O's, 4O's, and 50's.
I conquered: F. S.C. S. . .
I left: 312.cau-ds Q6 declcsj within three 'floors of school
I came: looking.
I saw: girls.
I conquered: something.
I left a lot behind.
'ROBERT LUTHER V,
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.VI came: a bewildered, scared heshmen. s
I saw: too much in the time I was here.
Iconquered: Math 10 after the third timep if
left: in my green, 1966 Ford. I
DEBRA MANEEN e
I came: here young and ffoolish. . .not knowing.
I saw: Love and theemeaningeofllife for a while and
hope to findVlmores.,5,q ,g.,.-... ,
I conquered: gNQTIvIINQQTVyetg :.', ibut give me time. . .
I'1l do it!! "I, geyl I .ll"5. Ill'l if
I left: all of behind me and Joe
and sll. g .lloll V .
VINCENT ijf f I V
"vinee"V e sley i VV o n
I ca.me:f every memingiilfe Iiwas supposed to.
I saw: it but I didn't believe it! I V
I conquered: nothing. ' ,
I left three more brothers at F. S. C. S. '
I I rust MARVIN I
.VITA LICARI - f ' ' YTlHChO"
Vifvidalf V 'V If came: a year late. . , ,VIV .lr
TI came: with the best class this school ever-sthedglVQff7!5g.Ei-if ,.., IIHSQWY 2 lor Of Pe0P1e I didI1'f Yet know' if f cc,1 Q
,1 Saw: things I can't repeat fhuh Mufflj. V f I conquered: three and one half sets of bass
.I conquered: my fears. ' V ,1'lfjfffgifi.jjjf..fQV.f5!QffEVI ysiyq ,Qgg If01lf Pairs Of COHVCFSG- 1 icc..
'IV.1eft: wishing I was as grown up as I claimed 'i"1 VII' f I 'lrl Q filfleftz looking for a Captain Beefheart conceirta i'
right Wendy and Sue?! ' I.i. S727 fb ':"i ' ""' ' ' Sundance. , ' if
I came: unwillingly.
I saw: nothing., q',' V I
I conquered: e"i' V'
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JEFF MAURY e
I came: to learn . I
I saw: 'a method of learning.
I conqueredrfgettingjup Vat 7VA.M.,to learn.
I left: w1thoutVwfrV1ting IVV. enything for "I left".
I came: with very little knowledge of the world.
I saw: more than the facts.
I conquered: nothing in my path.
I left: with a big search for something I haven't found
I came: only to find people who are friendly. p
I saw: many interesting things along the way. I V . j
I conquered: many of my former fears. f .p fy
I left only to be forgotten.
I came: without Debbi.
I saw: Ernie' S. conquer two gallons.
I conquered: the five minute mile with Tom Grates.
I left: without Debbi.
"Jeannie" ,U . '
I came: with 5aQNew'Iersey accent.
I saw: more snow in one winter than I saw in ten
winters on Long Island.
I conqueredz' Whom do you think I am? Alexander the
I left: the "Mann St. Maniacs" to fend for themselves.
THERESA MURDOQK I
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I came: very unwillingly.
say for "I saw. " V i
I conquered: General Science after three LQNGiye:ai-sl
I left to be with Ronnie. , '
I came: I DID?! !
I saw: the lightsiflicker!! q
I conquered: all of Billisrgirlfriends.
I left DanelIegf15fi6:,pa1:ron saint of the Navy.
,I saw: the day six people couldn't think of
BEN NICASTRO. q :
I came: hoping to graduate after so many years.
I saw: myself in a dream making a lot of money and
being wealthy. . . . 4
I conquered: the power of working andrgoing to school
at the same time. t - Q,
I left my brother Richard and all his
LUCY J. NICASTRO . - osec
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I came: whenever I felt like it.
I saw: nothing in particular. ,L
I conquered: depressed moods. a
to leave I
I left- not being the last Nicas
PAULA ROSE NICASTRO
I came: into a society.
I saw: the ,reality of the unreal.
I conquered:.::.myself.i ,
Ileft: acloiowledged. 7.,. g
KEN ORIOVLE.. ppr.
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I came: to get some education.
I saw: a lot of brealcin. ' I
I conquered: Sam Caiola and Dink Lille.
I left: forgetting to get the education.
DENNIS OYER I , '.... ir if 1' L'k' K It
"DCU" I I
1 came: hoping to be someone when
I Saw: PYEITY girls like Valerie Van
I conquered: the problem of having
conversations . . cial f
I left: with half of my dream coming true
graduatedj. fi 't
DONALD oven ' '
I came: so fast the doormat started on fire. i q
I saw: something-in science I'll never get over fthe
moony. Q q ,
I conquered:,:fourpye9.1fs of math but don't ask me how.
I left withjohirifpyaind5.p.Erni:e.looking for some hot spots.
VINCENT PALMIERI I I I
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I came: on the worst day of my life. ' f
F. S. in all its grandeur and glory? I
I 'l" eonquered: not one single thing.
I left: F. S. withGg11IgQ'ffil'SQjhonor of my presence.
RICHARD PALUMBO I I
I came: by force.
I saw: nothing. Q, --
I conquered: .l'.
I left: the supposed
NICHOLAS I Q .l . I
"Nick" I .,e 1l L p
I came: unwillingly, knovringffslessfthan I do now. '
I saw: love, peace, joy, happiness, and most ofiall
understanding . I 'ff I
I conquered: an understanding of many people.. '
I lefti:,,Egfa,nlsfort-Schuyler happily and willingly., '
SANDRA KAY POTENZAQQ5,gf
"Sandi" iff p'.' A p p -.,. . ,
I cagme: with PEACE of inind. A - ' qi li,
I saw: people with complete control ovetyeilferything
L but themselves. That's really nothing, 4-isn't'it?
I left: on the walls,1books, desks, and
etc. . opyyp I p p
JOSEPH PUTCH .1 ipyeol ,
"PutCh" I T I
I came: innocent, curious, andffinally with
pleasure., .Aej A
I sawq Mutt's confusion and hewilderment., ."i-" I as l'i"
I conquered: a stare and myjcrippled right.
I left: asfafwinner andiaygood loser.
Joyce REINA y oecl 1 A
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y. with Mary Button and Carol AY'.l"' ' 2 I
hate, friendship, understanding, pe'l apathy,
lxeonqueredz C., " days--almost!
I left: a lot when I in.
VINCENZA RIZZGIIII-III ,gl lli..i..cyyi A I
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lI came: fromacross the sea. I I 'ioee iffr i ,'ie' M V
I saw: a new way of life. p I' I - 4 ".A,
I ,conqueredg ,the ways of making new friends.
I left: RIQsarQlZ1iinilia and Debbie Burns one moreayeeuif
of I M if
DONALD iioiis1iITs,I I Ayoy I I
"Don" A It
I came: not by my own
Isaw: in Mr. Leland's classfjif i'i' 'ie' p
I conquered: my Chemistry class.
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"Kawai - oelsll I
I came: was in store, forenie.
I saw: "orange" eIep,ligih.ifs'j'fIQni,purplebpaclggijounds-
remember that one ISjheron'?' . I I I p.,: . II
Ieonqueredz the trampoline, '
iifjflgftl a seat on the bank corner to. is is
. ,.,. ...1,',-.1' I 'dumb enough to sit there. iw' I '
DENNIS RUIDDYHQ. IIADA I
Ifconquered: not everything I wanted to, hntwhat I I
"'didn't' has made atllgjthe difference. I I
Ileft with MD M M H
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YI: II.. f . Icame: with .'-. 1
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MONICA PURDELL isel - A rlconquefeds school. I
"M011C3" A . A, I-.' Iifif Asi IAIA I is ,,,p p I left: my helmet to Richard
I came: with false hopes. But. . . leavefthe. past behindizjgfgiggg A s'-DI, 'D
I saw: two of our teachers feeling good. D- 'fl..-'s DONALD RUFFAID p my , ' . A i,I, jg 1,1I
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came: .inftending,to be a great student in the Natfllf
H01101' SbCiei?yti1AMr. Mazzata, told me I'd better y
take C.A? cifeditq, ,A:'VI,p ?.1 1 p1'I' ' D D
I saw: the-'day I mentionedI5iMffagfi'ies'to Coach Deyle,
and he never pulled I
I conquered: being able to ,l,I 'C he '.'.e, I .
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I lefjizf ,fll Ql'1E3.1Z' Ms. Apgar say in 10 years to helffgrend-4
' that Donald, what a great and lde-voted art
Was- " 1 l A
flgcamez without knowing Bill. i A
Ifsawz- Ric eat my cookies in Ms. Barron's study hall
without getting caught.
I conquered: my fears of ALMOST everyone.
I left: Greeny, Shaggitts,gRic, Rick, Col and all the
others 'who make Frankfort great!
JEAN SEA MAN
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I came: tolove and be loved.
I saw: once I got to the mind, I got to the body! !
I conquered: ???? and loved every minute of it.
I left wondering what life will bring next.
I Caine: at leaistjonce a week.
saw: thirteen years of wild ecstasy.
jlfconqueredz Prof after three tries.
Ileft: an empty 6-pack.
NATHAN D. SESSUMA
Icame: intelligent and humble.
Iysaw: little that madesense.
I conquered: my handicap of not being able to bend
pinkey down without my 3rd finger coming down
Ileft: retarded and haughty also I leave F. S,C. S. with
the'Bass twins which leaves this school once again
segregated! A I
JOSEPH scuox 9 7
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I came: the minutes to graduation.
I saw: icoiiiplacency.
I conquered: indecision.
I left: still searching for peace of mind.
I came: Timid--with the hope ofgaining new and
Isaw: That a lot of people didn't care ,and selected
g ftheones that did.
Iiconqueredz the fear that no one would accept me
for what Ireally am.
I,left: hoping that people "out there" will try to under-
S stand MY way of thinking.
ii'Kristover" ' I V.
I. came: looking forward to the day I'd graduate.
I saw: Mr. Goodale as my 9th grade homerotiin teacher.
I conquered: French III. '
I left: The Fearsome Foursome.
I Came: on a bus.
I saw: nothing.
I conquered: many problems. A 'QT
I left: the bus ride to BOCES toganyone that wants it.
I came: tagging along with my twin brothers Jim andyl
I saw: Ms. G. win a pitch game and-Va free supper. '
I conquered: jumping the hurdle with the 8 lb. shotput
I left: Mr. Goodale in peace with his lollipops.
I came: without ever writing up a statisticgslieget.
I saw: nothing written up by myself in SenidrfStatistics
I conquered: no statistic sheet. I - I I
I left: still without writing my senior stats.
JAMES SPA TTO
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I came: like Dan, with no Statistics. . ,
I saw: nothing but what Dan saw in his Stats. I
I conquered: without the help of my senior statistics.
I left: looking for the person who wrote this. I
I came: as a young naive freshman.
I saw: much more than meets the eye.
I conquered: two gallons at once. V.
I left: but my mother is still here, T.SgiMa!
MARK STERLING ,':k.' q F'!H.ffs
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I Came: thirteen years ago thinking school-was going
Jtojbe fun. I
I saw: many disappointments.
I conquered: nothingf.jffI'here's nothing worth conquering
herey. ' - V
I left: one smelly .T-shirt in my gym :locker to anyone
who can stand the smell. IVV' Q E II1e'1h j f
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I came: withfalilisillusioned feeling.
I saw: the unchanging times. .
I conquered: a few by healing., 1
I leave: just making rhymes. ' tsy' 1,
I came: ,Fcause I had to.
I saw: the unbelievable.
I conquered: all the hiding places.
I left: dumber than when Ijeame in.
IICOCOM K . I
I came: to be prepared for that big world outgyonder!
I saw: teachers strikes, bomb scares, and student sit
ins, so now I'M READY FOR YOU, WORLD! !
I conquered: I can't. lie! I haven't conquered a damn
thing!! V X'
I left: like hell--just be with SHER! !
DAVID sYKEs '
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I came: unexpectedly.
I saw: nothing but ----------------- .
I conquered: my goal-finishing school.
I left Cindyfbut not for long.
SUSAN TASESA I
"Tas" A styt
I came: to give everyone something, worthwhile to
talk about. I ' s,q-'.q 5 'ii,d'1.' 1 g
I saw: through everyone's intentions with the qhelpflof. c
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I conquered: all those who were SO sLu'e they knew me.
I left: still huggin' my pillow.
I. came: from nowhere.
I I iii nothing .
'I conquered: nothing.
I left: nothing. ,t', M V
I came: because I had to.
I saw: Frankfort.
I conquered: qnothing.
I left: the whole school to my sister.
HJC e n
I came: in. '
I saw: what was there.
I conquered: the little things.
I left: i,'q with bigger things.
PHY LLIS VALLONE ,
"Phy1" I dd,. 5 , , 5 .
I came: with our great Mann street gangifjudylille,
,,eSue Reina, and Stef Dybasi. - .."
Ifsaw: a lot of myself on the floor in gym class.
Ikonnqueredz that certain someone almost. '
Iqleavez My big mouth to my cousin Clem.
VALERIE VAN DUSEN - q
"Mary Abdoo1a" ,:.. Q., 1',i j t"y.. . .
I came: as everyone else does. i'."i 'Q q,:1i
I saw: what it takes to make the world go round. q gl .
Iconquered: shorthand and typing, right Mrs . Cacciatorefi
I leave: many happy memories that will never be E' -
forgottenp g ' '
Jo ANN vm
I came: tardy. '
I saw: a little bit of everything! ! !
I conquered: the tardy belI??i! ! ! 7
I 1eft?.,fz11iy,Vbrotl1ers Anthony and Ricky to roam the
ha1ls?f'of'F. SL C. S. y Q
I came: unwillingly.
I saw: things I did.n't think I'd see in any high school.
I conquered: not much.
I left this school in the hands of my cousins Carls,
Sid, Rob, Gary, Fred, and jim and my brother,
"Sunshine" I I
I came: for,2 years, left for 1, and came back for 2g
I saw: the night at a dance Dan laughed from one end
of the gym to the other with Acid indes.
I conquered: my one goal in lifeg to be a drill instructor.
I left: Cathy walking through the Gorge 4:30 in the
I car? with little knowledge about the things hap-
pening around rne.
I saw: things that I never want to see again.
I conquered: nothing.
I leftqa pack of cigarettes to Bob Luther hidden some-
where in the boy's room.
HARRY M. WILLIAMS
I came: with hope.
I saw: people helping and hurting others.
I conquered: Ms. Reina's Algebra class.
I left: my brothers to raise the devil at F. S. C, S,
I came: not willingly. gif, 5
I saw: Sir Lancelot on the third floor. ,gigjjffli '
I conquered: all the beasts that roamed the halls.
I left: school skipping and drag racing to jim Miller
and Bill Matthews.
I came: free as a bird. I. .I
I saw: what no man has ever seen. I I
I conquered: the mountain air and the sunset ofithielli
rising hill. ,V
I left: the school without a WARLOCK for the first
time in 18 years.
I came: very slowly.
I saw: many different things.
I conquered: nothing.
I left in a hurry.
LINDA ZAFFARANO q
I came: to experience life.
I sawrfmy future before leaving F.S.C.S, to be a
I conquered: Bobby into marriage. Qigilg-l-' '
Sue Reina--Pres. Mike Iagocco--V. Pres.
Mary Nardi--V. Pres. Joanne Saldano--Sec.
Judy A ccattato--Sec.
Gary Marrone - -Treas.
Barb McGuiness - -Treas.
Bobby Elsaesser--V. Pres
ROW 1: J. Schwerdt, M. Fazio, M. Locker, J. Belline. ROW 2: F. Bowman, K. Hagen, C. Spagnola,
C. Devyak. ROW 3: T. Dovi, R. Marine, E. Ahern, Tree D. Latella, M. Palumbo, R. Cioch,
R. Vore, J. Sullivan.
ROW 1: R. Nicastro. ROW 2: C. Pashley, R. Van Dusen, J. Lille, J. Salamone,
G. Frank. ROW 3: C. Colucci, E. DiGristina, C. Simmons, B. Cortez, D. Ma-
dore, R. Betti. ROW 4: D. Maury, W. Zdan, M. Iagnocco, D. Aiello. ROW 5:
S. Kane, D. Wood
ROW 1: S. Bono, M. Manore, C
Barrett:-1, C. Stolark, P. johnson
G. Gates. ROW 2: A. Palumbo,
I. Bellino, J. Soldano, B. Mc-
Guinness, L. La polls., S. Zen-
namo, D. Burns, J. Elsaesser.
ROW 3: S. Girffin. V. Falcone,
F. Pumilio, N. Ciallelo, D. Liv
ingstone, C. DiSano, T. Cool,
ROW 1: R, Cellamgre, T, McCraith, G. Asnoe, I. Sanita,
Palumbg, D, Biando, ROW 2: L.. GI'8Zi2.1'1O, S. Bl111iS, P. Dil-
1-1, Frank, S, Kaye, M, Penree, iberto, C. Manneen, I. Loia-
P. Niznik, B. O'Corme1l, L. Cano.
"But Reg, Mother NEVER told me about ULTRA-BRITE ! " "George,
that's not all she never told you about! "
ROW 1: R. McGraw, S. Burdick, J. Cerini, J. Jones, M. Aversa, P. Maneen, R. Niznik, S. Zalocka, C. Cool
ROW 2: J. Smith, S. Stillwell, A.M. Bonfardice, G. Plano, S. Kistner, D. Dellechaie, P. Lisandrelli, C. Ent-
wistle, R. Woods, D. VanGorder, R. Santalucia.
OW 1: D. Foster, D. Cardinal, C. Dickan, R. Brown. ROW 2: M. Zito, P. Spohn, I. Rec-
hio, I. Graudons, P. Corbett. ROV' 3: C. Vallone, M. Collins, J. Kane, A. Licari, A. Yero,
. Nasto, I. Bello, T. Holden, S. ' karico, J. Wallace, A. Aiello, T. Palumbo, I. Long-
retta, R. Seaman.
ROW 1: S. Cavo, D. Oyer. ROW 2: D. Della Posta,
S. Dulak, K. Bullis, R. Paratore, K. Kern, M.
Murdock, C. Miller. ROW 3: A. Barberio, A. Gian-
golini, J. LaVa11a, M. Hight, O. Ferrero, T. Mar-
ROW 1: C. Treen, K.
Terzo, D. Pizzo, M.
Murdock. ROW 2: B.
Brownrigg, I. Lasher,
D. Smith. ROW 3: C. 1
Spaman, R. Rotundo,
P. Paratore, D. George.
ROW 4: J. Zito, R.
Oriolo, I. Fazio. ROW
5: N. McCraith, A.
Viti. ROW 6: N. Kat-
tato, I. Dovi, I. Cas-
tellano. ROW 7: C.
Digeorgio, R. Brezin- 1
ski, D. Maneen. '
'11i, R. Zabinski, I. Bayer, L. 55
ow 1. D. Tubia, M. Fraccola, QW
. Jones. ROW 2: M. Tasovac, BQ.,
. Eddy, R. Diliberro. Row 3. hm
Ruddy, T. Inserra, D. win- WW
ecker. ROW 4: M. La Barbara,
. Rabuand, G. Moore KNEELING. fad
Murray, G. Marrone. STAND-
G: S. Smithers, D. Palmisano, Q
. Vivirito, P. Thomas, W. Pet-
ROW 1: S. Vivacqua, N. Ketz, M. Du-
quette. ROW 2: D. Stevens, R. Testa,
K. Fisher. ROW 3: M. Clements, K.
Painter, T, Brinkerhoff. ROW 4: D.
jones, I. Bunce, D. Tripple, S. Gian-
golini, D. Pesklak. ROW 5: W. Miller,
D. Desiome, P. La Veck, M. Putch, S
Marine, M. Zombick, J. Smith.
ROW 1: D. Dickan, D. Brown, J. Accattato. ROW
2: K. Mulligan, P. Schnieder, L. Belmont. ROW
3: L. DiMaggio, M. Iuliano, S. Weston. ROW 4:
D. Gosling, S. Zalocka, G. Iocovozzi. ROW S: T.
Smith, J. Congelo, A. Sanita, D. Entwistle. ROW
6: P. Tennis, S. Reina, J. Button.
ROW 1: J. Murdock, M. Piazza. ROW 2: C. Bow-
man, C. Staffo. ROW 3: C. Papa, M. Lovecchio,
I. Lasher. ROW 4: KNEELING: M. Matthews, A.
DeFabio, A. Gage, S. Dorozynski. ROW 5: R.
Green, M. Brown, J. Kattato, M. Ernst. ROW 6: J.
Aiello, G. Caiola, S. Skowron, J. Sosnowski.
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ROW 1: C. Pett, J. Ernst , S. Lille, T. Biamonte, F. Roberts, T.
Russo. ROW 2: L. Amento, M. Plano, K. Crates, S. Wallace.
ROW 3: I. Grippe, R. Reina, J. Darion, I. Holden, M. Miller,
D. Van Gorder, R. Pashley, P. Laura, B. Devyak. ROW 4: L.
Grippe, T. Palumbo, D. Brezinski, B. Elaesser. BASKET: T. Co-
lucci, K. Ganci.
ROW 1: R. Wasyleski, I. Zaffarano, M. Irons, S. Palumbo, D. Bellino, E. Caiola. ROW 2: J. Deluke, A.
Tocco, J. Digristina, K. Kattato, F. Puleo, R. Lazzaro, L. Mosher, E. Pike, A. Rella. ROW 3: D. Cooper,
F. Vivacqua, J. Albicker, D. Foley, 1. Penree. LEFT ARC: G. Green, N. Geragi, RIGHT ARCH: J. Aversa
R. Sanders, M. Mathews.
ROW 1: V. Aiello, I. Salvatore, J.
Gelose, S. Pezdek, R. Viti, R. John-
son, I. Palumbo. ROW 2: E. Mosher,
R. Stillwell, D. Iagnocco, W. Grip-
pe, W. Lawrence, K. Wasielewski,
G. Graziadei, D. Potenza, D. Cook.
ROW 3: R. Bushey, R. Zaffarano, J.
Gelose, C. Penree, D. Dichera, B.
Archer, S. Linza, M. Roberts, A.
Rella, P. Madore.
ROW 1: S. Nicolett, L. Pilegge, 1
C. Albright, S. Derollo, L. Cardarel
li, M. Pandolf, K. Frank. ROW 2:
D. Perkett, L. Hight, B. Richards,
C. Pumilio, B. Weston, T. Tripple,
R. Balio. ROW 3: I. Griffin, L. Leo-
grande, M. Schmidt, J. Jacobs, W.
Rockwood, M. McCraith. ARCH: F.
Zalocka, J. Langerlaan, F. Voor-
"GO-GO-GO . . . What's his name?"
ROW 1: K. McCumber, D. Paro, C. Seaver, S. O'Brien, S. Rappa, T. Leone, I. Rumrill, J.
Zennamo, B. Madore. BACK: I. Walawender, F. Gillette, J. Pizzo, F. Grippe, W. Pesklak.
LEFT ARCH: G. Upson, D. D'Amelio, D. Desimone, K. Wilcox. RIGHT ARCH: A. Amen-
dolare, S. Hoffmeister, M. Lasher, I. Ciallelo.
"And now . . . The SEVEN runners-up for the "MISS FSCS" contest
. . . THE WINNERIS . . . ALTON GAGE!!! Alton Gage?!?
our first musical:
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"Oh no, I bet they found out about. . . "
"What do you mean Gerri Kipper is not on the ballot?"
"It's just another day. "
"Does an ACID and abase really give you a salt?
Our First Musical:
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faces of Broadway. "
"When she's got you hooked, then yo 're really
cooked. . . "
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"We love you Conrad, oh yes we do! We do?"
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Playing strip poker in the back of the bus!
-The crater parties
Skinny Vinny and Juicy Lucy
The fantastic band bus with four in every seat
The day the window in Ms. Miller's class happened to break
The day in gym when everyone jumped on Coach Deyle
Ms. Barberio's fits
-Mr. Marchinoe watering his lawn with a 2ft. hose while
trying to explain pressure
Mr. Valent's temper tantrums
Trying to learn physics to 'Hello Dolly'
Seeing our old 6th grade teacher as a new counselor
-The Bausch and Lomb Trainee!
The large attendance at our yearbook meetings
All the kids that never went to social Sth period
Don Roberts and his imitations-foghorn, Pres. Nixon
Our little afternoon parties when the morning got too rough
Why they started afternoon attendance
-Walder and Joyce
-Elvis singing "I'm all shook up!"
Tas jumping out Mr. Mazzara's window
Stef and Joyce described as "frizzy haired and hope riders"
Our May 26 Prom
Din't clia ni?
Sth grade volcano and Garramone's efforts to save us from
Ms. G's new exuberating, musical gym classes!
Ms. V's Truth Serum
"That's about the size of it! !"
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"I can't believe I ate the Whole thing!"
"Some of us have it, and some of us don't. "
"Hey--is it true jack Goodale was suspended for walking the halls
without a pass!"
Ms. Maureen Verdura
Ms. Teresa Graves
in his grave. "
"If Will Shakespeare heard that he would turn over
"You think so?" "I don't know."
Ms. MaryEllen Tierney
"Vxfhat does he want now?"
MI. Kevin Eickler
"I mean. . . "
Ms . Franc es Pontilillo
"I'll make ladies out of you girls yet. "
Mr. Nick Chuff
Mr. Nicholas Frank BUSINESS
HEALTH "Stop staring at me with those dmnb looks '
"This is serious business people. "
Ms. Rose Cacciatore
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Ms. Virginia Reina
MATH 11, CALCULUS
"Do you follow me?"
MI. Steven Valent
SOCLAL STUDIES 10
"I don't Want to hear it."
Ms. Lynda Katsakos Mr. Joseph Reina
ALGEBRA, COMPUTER MATH MATH 10
"Okay, people. Let's go people. " "GSB, YOU kids are TIhiCk! "
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SOCIAL STUDIES 11 .
"If you can't read it, look
at t e Pictures' "Anything else from that group?"
Mr. Frank Spina
SOCIAL STUDIES 9
"Don't be surprised if
you have a quiz on this
Mr. joseph Kinney
"See you at 2:45"
Mr. Vincent Bonomo
"That's a good questiong look it up for tomorro
Mr. Earl Mannion
"C'mon people. Cool it. "
Mr. Anthony Spina
"Eat, drink, and sleep MOLE!"
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Mr. Gary Dydyk
"Yeah, . .that's right. . .I know. "
Ms. Josephine Apgar
MR. JOHN KOI-IAN
"Watch out for the other guy! "
MIR. SIGMUNT LELAND
"I'm the other guy. "
MR. SAM GRATCH MR. BOB FOLKES
vvgm. Own little run-abOutg H "Far out, you little sweetheart! "
NIR. JOHN WOEPPLE
"Notre Dame always comes out on top."
MR . DEYLE
"Hey Neophyte . "
MS. YVONNE GIGLIOTTI
"I didn't see that
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'X' JOHN KIPPER X X ERNE SPORTELLO
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"Look at that shank!
'Hey, Hey they're our guys. . . !"
"The liiilest angel"
"Hey, that's me!"
Five young gallant squires,
each with a princess standsg
Monica with Donnie
and Joyce, in Ben's brave hands.
Rick is guarding his special princess
as Vin and Lu patiently waitg
Frank and Val walk lastly--
to us, each pair is great.
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King Joe and Queen Lucy
and chosen court, as one,
hold the eyes of many.
The great night has begun.
There comes a time for dancing,
there comes a time for play,
good vibrations whelm us over
on the floor, on the field this day
Windy and rainy,
the Bombers are bombed
and the night closes its eyes
while the band plays on.
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Once upon a time . .
at Frankfort High there was a snow circus . . .
Dawn brought a colorful snowbound clown, a
Very ferocious lion, a circus cannon and
a most unique looking seal. Molded from the
of our Winter sportsmen, came an elephant, who
was sitting and watching all the snow frolic and
Dusk brought clowns and crowds
out of the cold and into a new
world of dancing and prancing,
and crowning a snow king and
queen. The COUIT was accom-
panied by attendants--an old idea
that made the night complete and
brought all as one.
And after the choosing and
cruising, jestering and festering--
night's lights dimmed and the
joyful hearts of clowns and crowds
became silent. Yet in the silence
hearts remained full of magical
memories that shall live on long
after our little snow circus melts
Mary Ann Tasovac
.rl-Frm Rella, Diane Paro, Karen jaskowiak, Wendy Grippe, Sue Wallace, Dawn lagnocco, Debbie Biando, Ann
ROW 1: M. Zito, T. Inserra, A. Bonfardice, G. LaGess, R. Cellamare. ROW 2: C. L' f lv 1
Vivacqua, K. Ganci, R. VanDusen, V. VanDusen, S. Zalocka, B. DiPiazza, M. La-
Barbera, C. DellaPosta, D. Latella, B. McGuiness,S. Dybas, M. Palumbo, K. Barreta.
Drill Instructors: Mr. Michael Fiorentino and Teresa Vivacqua. l
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2 id L? 'Y ROW 2: Ed lgierxarlrjqglliuck
Vivacqua, jeff Jones. ROW
3: Rocky Esposito.
KNEELING: Anthony Viti, Tim Niznik, Ricky Potenza, Frank Palumbo. STANDING: Rusty Ferraro, Ron Niznik,
jim Elsaesser, Dave Stillwell, Cliff Brown, Nick Testa, Fran Bowman, Gary Marrone, Alex Palumbo.
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Field Hockey and Winter Sports
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Baseball Stars and Cross Country Team
KEN ORIOLE 1
uk JOHN CARDINAL 1
KNEELING: Mark Aversa, Mark Lounsbury. SITTING: Tom C-rates, Gene Cobb
STANDING: Mr. Gratch, Tom Smith, Pat Niznik, Rick Sanders, Terry Hold-
en, Fred Pumilio, Mr. Robbins.
SENIOR STAR TRACK
ERNIE sPoRTELLo X -X- MARK LOUNSBURY, RICH EDDY X
X DON QYER
WAYNE JOHNSON, DARRYL GILLETTE, ED BIERNAT
SEATED: Joyce Reina, Dar Tarris.
STANDING: Kathy Mulligan, Pat Cor-
bett, Noreen Ketz, Deb Maneen.
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President Janice Bass, Vice Pres. Joyce Reina, Secretary Judy Lille, Treasurer Deb Peslak
Pres., Becky Van Duseng Vice Pres., Colleen Stolarkg Sec'y., Pat Delibertog Treas. , joe Sullivan
Joyce Reina, Presidentg Mary Sanders, Vice Pres.5 Becky Van Dusen, Secretaryg Paul Kiska,
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This pasti March our town was deeply sadclenedby
the untimely death of our schoolenurse and friendg Ms,
Bella M. Oriole.,To all olfus who knew her, she was
always a source of joy and hope. She was someone
everyone depended ong as a nurse, a friend, a teaeher,
and a wife and mother. We will always cherish her
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One spring day
So desolateand so cold
God needed eeef eautyllfi l
To 'help spring's arms unfold.
And he looked upon the worlclgf
He knew in his heartthis day
he'cl find the blooming flower
a light to brighten the way.
He seejgfched tolthe endiiof eternlty-
Somewhere, it had to be. . .
And then he found true tranquility,
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Now from her loved ones:-set apart, 1
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to live near God'sl pure heart.
And spring's next day washeautifulgs
God transformedher into the sun and
the windlefnd the breeze.
And you can hear her voice in sweet whisp
as she sends her love through the trees.
God gives strength to those who lose,
And'God gives strength to thee. ,
Sweet tears you cry for a love:that's fgone,
But sweet Bella willifelways bee.
Our student body was deeply touched by the deaths of iours elementary teachersgftbis past H
Msg Blinorfiiiields andlJlyis.y I-Iorsley. Words cannot express the emotionsfffliat we sotnenestiy feels They werediour
friends, jungle smile WQ1fCl-.iiQ1fQII1 them meant so much. z V ,,e' 1- y . V
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When I Was Little
by Naomi Shihab
When I was a little kid about ten years ago
I used to ask why leaves fell,
Why night came, why the moon was a fingernail sometimes,
And why the seatide rolled backwards and forwards
They told me that leaves fell off the trees so
The naked branches would have room for fresh baby leaves in the
They said that nighttime came because daytlme would soon grow
If it were all that were,
And that the moon could not be fat and round all the time because
The moon did not stay 1n one place
And also, because I looked at it from different angles
They told me that the tide went out
So the tide could come in
Imagine how deep the water would be at my shore
And how shallow at somebody else's
When I was a little kid about two years ago
I used to ask why tears fell,
Why emptiness came, why the world was a thornbush sometlmes
And why my feelings for people and their feelings for me went in
And the difference now is that they do not have to tell me anything
Because I have not forgotten
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you shall be forevernnore.
ou shall be together when
wings of death scatter your days.
y, you shall be together
in the silent memory of God.
let there be spaces in your
let the winds of the heavens
one and other, but make not
it rather be a moving
the shores of your souls.
each other's cup but drink
one another of your bread but eat
the same loaf.
and dance together and be joyous, but
one of you be alone,
as the strings of a lute are alone,
they quiver with the same music.
your hearts, but not into
or only the hand of life
contain your hearts.
stand together yet not
For the pillars of the temple
And the oak tree and the cypress
not in each other-'s shadow."
The BEST there could be
And how could We forge . . .
the time joe Kipper locked Mr. Campbell in the light cage.
the time Lee Marvin wore two different colored sneakers and was told he had no pride.
the Bottles at the senior play.
the stolen sandwiches that had to be given back!
the "Little List" ! ! !
Question: Can you get high putting marijuana between your toes? Answer: Only if it's got a propeller on it.
Coach Polito's "technicals" ! ! !
the senior PRIVILEGE.
"Go order your different color can-n-gown in the office."
the girl's varsity basketball team going undefeated in our junior and senior year.
tromping thru the halls and pulling girl's noses. fRemember, Donnie?j
the overall winners of the snow sculptures of '73---The junior class of '72! ! !
"and you don't need Math 12 to figure that out. "
"The Senior Class would like to wish Robert E. Lee a happy 16 3rd birthday."
joe driving his smoke stack with his chicken wing. '
last year's girl's gym class and soaking Teresa Inserra with the wastebaskets full of water!"
the days Ms. C-raves said not to come to class if you were sockless in sandals and the day Charlotte took her up on
the "out of town beauties", and how they fell in love with our "men"
Mary Sue, Betty Lou, Honey Du, Funk Gu
the day Nan found her car "Saluting" the flagpole.
our Boss Editor's deficient character.
Speech class 4th period and Ida's "honcle" and wopsided cake,
trudging thru the snow to take our senior class picture
a new blue Volkswagen and a broken minibike that brought 2 people together
the best Senior Class ever to graduate-not '71, not '72, not '74-but 1973.
a ,73 Yearbook
Val Van Dusen--V. Pres.
Anne Marie Boofardice
Anne Marie Sanita
Kathy Barretta- -Sec
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Compliments of Friendly Bake Shop
ST. 'MARY S
Best Wishes from St. Mary s Parish Council
Rev. Alfred A. Lamanna
Frank N. Oriole President
MI-LADY BEAUTY SALON
Congratulations to the Class of 1973
from Mi-Lady Beauty Salon.
PLANO S MARKET
Congratulations to the Class of 73
from Plano s Market
CUTRATE FRIENDLY BAKE SHOP
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HERKIMER CAMERA SHOP
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Mr. and Ms. John Tassa
Mr. and Ms. Philip Farouche
Mr. and Ms. Leon Palmieri
Mr. and Ms. Thomas DellaPosta
Mr. and Ms. Carl Mannino
Mr. and Ms. Angelo Reina
Mr. and Ms Joseph Sharrino
Mr. and Ms. John Burns
The Flower Shoppe
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms
Mr. and Ms
Philip J. Sanders
. Joseph J. Tocco
.William A. Walsh
Mr. and Ms. Sam Caiola
Ms. Carmel Caivana
Mr. and Ms. Leslie Heppell
Mr. and Ms. Gregory Barberio
Ms. Grace LaPuma
Mr. and Ms. Edward Milligan
Mayor and Ms. John Pumilio
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Sportello
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Kiszka
Mr. and Ms. Carl Paratore, Sr.
Mr. Peter Manzo
Mr. and Ms. Frank Bellino
Mr. and Ms. Ronald Pontero
Ms. Rose Bongiorno
Ms. Marge Flynn
Mr. and Ms. Dominick Zito
Mr. and Ms. Chris Seymour
Ms. Matthew Hall
Mr. and Ms. John Latella .
Mr. and Ms. James Lille
Dr. and Ms. Joseph Grates
Mr. and Ms. Floyd Lonis
Mr. and Ms. Sam Reina
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Ketz
Ms. Alta S. Comes
Mr. and Ms. Walter Weston
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Julius D. Perillo
Ms. Josie Puleo
Mr. and Ms. Carl Caiola
Mr. and Ms
Mr. and Ms
Mr. and Ms
and Ms. Paul LaMonica
and Ms. Earl LaValla
. Robert VanDusen
.Vincent P. Maneen
and Ms. Earl DeLuke
Mr. and Ms
Mr. and Ms
and Ms. Nick Mannen
and Ms. Steve Valent
Mr. and Ms. Anthony Ortello
Mr. and Ms. Frank Spina
Mr. Robert Russitano
Mr. and Ms. Sydney DeRollo
Mr. and Ms. Glenn Asnoe
Mr. and Ms. Eugene Cobb
Mr. and Ms. Anthony DeLuke
Mr. James Accattato "Co0ts"i
Tony and Rose Jankowiak
Mr. and Ms. Robert DeLuke
Mr. Michael Fiorentino, Jr.
John R. Lounsbury
Rod Marvin '
Thomas A. Marian: Sr
Nicholas A. Frank
Brian M. Hargrove
Ms. Lynda Katsakos
Ms. Ted Henrickson
Mr. and Ms. S. Goodlriend
Mr. Bruce R. Campbell
Mr. and Ms. David Verdura
Mr. Anthony N. Spina
Mr. and Ms. Clement Falzarano
Mr. and Ms. Peter Carlesimo
Mr. and Ms Pat Gelose
Mr. and Ms. John Mastrangelo
Mr. and Ms Dominick Minosh
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Reina
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Potenza
Mr. and Ms. Jon Centola
Mr. and Ms
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
and Ms. Saad Stevens
and Ms. August Tassa
and Ms. Carl Sgroi
Richard D. Murdock, Sr.
Mr. and Ms. Fred Sterling
and Ms. Salvatore Licari
and Ms..Steven Ruddy
and Ms. Frank Kealy and family
. W. Jones
. Foster Butts
. Hale Chauvin
and Ms. Robert Johnson and family
and M. Joseph Farley and family
. Sam Sgroi
. Salvatore DiMartin
. Stan Siedlecki-
Carl J . Plano
.John F. Murphy
The Andrew Zaffarano's
Ms. Stanley Stolark
Ms. Connie Nicastro
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Tocco
Mr. and Ms. Philip Nicastro
Ms. Frank Paratore
Mr. and Ms. Ronnie Sassone
Jo, Shar, and Jeannie Tubia
Mr. and Ms. Cosmo Lombardo
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Fresco
Mr. and Ms. Harold Cortes
Lucy and Sam Maneen
Ms. John Cushman
and Ms. Wayne Gibson
Ms. Concetta Zito
Vincent J acopelle
Mr. and Ms. Joseph Salamone
Mr. and Ms. John Ludden
and Ms. William Tamm
Bob and Pete '
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms.
Mr. and Ms. Fred Ruffalo
Mr. and Ms. Donald Edgatt
Jo and Ann Richards
Dr. and Ms. Andrew P. Mulligan
Walter A. Cook
and Ms. Joseph DeLuke, Sr.
and Ms. Sam Spohn
and Ms. Paul Hosney
and Ms. Allen Irons
and Ms George Hoellrich
and Ms. Joseph Diliberto
and Ms. Mike Ciallelo
and Ms. James E. Tripple
and Ms. John Sterling
and Ms. Salvatore Vivacqua
Charles G. Smith
and Ms. James Sylvester
and Ms. Nino Salvatore
and Ms. Frank Moracco
and Ms. Dominick Mazzola
and Ms. James Marine
Mr. and Ms. U
Mr. and Ms. Sam Piazza
and Ms. Richard Murphy
Joseph A. Palumbo
Mr. and Ms. Ben Palmieri
Mr. and Ms. Frank Bianchi
and Ms. John Ludwig
Mr. and Ms. Charles Simmons
frain from embracing,
A time to get, and a time to lose,
a time to keep, and a time to cast
A time to rend, and a time to
sew, a time to keep silence, and a
time to speak,
A time to love, and a time to
hateg a time of war, and a time of
To every thing there is a season,
and a time to every piupose
under the heaven.
Yes, to every thing there is a season, and as we watch the seasons turn, we watch ourselves.
We've given birth to ourselves as we let old ideals die, and have planted and reeped with our
ideas and the silence we have allowed when words could no longer suffice.
We have killed each time we have broken human character and healed as we have given con-
fidence to that character or some other.
We have laughed as if taken over by some moment of drunkedness, and then Weeped in vain for
the same thing.
We have mourned for self loss, for loss of things or people that were precious to us, and then in
the same-danced when We regained these things, or the knowledge to know life goes on and so
must we, even if we can't gain them back.
We have gathered ideas into rebellion and then as a crumbling stone-let ideas part. We realize We
can get no-where , and though there should have been, there was really not too much disillusionment.
We have embraced and said, "I love YOU", and also refrained on thought of rejection . . . but
love, as it stands, should have none.
We have acquired and lost, we have striven for a goal and sometimes not attained, but the thing
is--we did strive and loss was not in completion.
We have torn to pieces, and then tried to restore that very thing we destroyed . . . was it
We have tried to keep peaceful silence with ourselves, but there is always a haunting voice--it
could be the voice of silence itself.
We have loved, and in our loving, found peace. We have hated, and in our hatred promoted
war--sometimes love served as war's pacifier-but no always.
We have, as the seasons, turned, and in turning--enlightened ourselves as humans. To wonder
and amaze at each of our changing moods would be as relentless and unanswerable as to wonder
why earth's seasons change.
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