Frewsburg Central School - Senior Leaves Yearbook (Frewsburg, NY)

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X 1 v ,K 1 I , K Published by the Senior Class of l 959 Frewsburg Central School Frewsburg, New York TABLE of CCDNTENTS DEDICATION CURRICULUM ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES SPO RTS ADVERTISEMENTS FO REWO RD The Sensors of l959 present wnth prade thus Issue of the SENIOR LEAVES prlde an our school class mates teachers and community We want to Impress upon you the importance of preparnng for the future by realnzung the opportunntres offered to you nn our school and communlty Wnthnn these pages you wull fund pnctures of the lufe at F C S the school lnfe upon whnch we now place our trust for the future As you turn these pages may you be encouraged to set your goals hugh grasp op portunuty gnve service and face lnfe wnth courage and a sense of responslbllnty Patrncla Berg Editor ln-Chlef i I .. , . ' 1 I .. I I . . . DEDICATICD K To Mr Harry J Murray by reason of has enthuslastlc Interest In the students of Frewsburg Central School and for his vrtal concern In malntalnlng hugh standards In our school we the class of l959 respectfully dedicate our SENIOR LEAVES We apprecnate has understandung and guidance and we shall always remember hum as a personal friend ,. xt, I ff , K W A , , to . . , s I . 1 l I I I I 1, W ,1 -ws 511 .1-v ,aaa 511' gwww ,sw ,tix nvw4 311 pmsa 111 - . 1 Q ,1 .vw 5 .vnu 914- w L v L s 4 J iff, 4 J f diff fa . f iff, ,,,' A .fr f -'aff 4,, "ff. nva,. vigj -aa. 'air ,,,- IJ!! rfuu 4,, 1f.f "rf aff vial Y'4h .apg i'4a tap ,,, fag: lim ,u44 lla! iff! Ap,, .fwfr iw4J ,.,, Jaan 'U0' ff, 41.4 iff. 'Jai aaa: .'fW fan, Paras , 'r1f.liA4 rflnfri rr- 'J r if cfxvv! f. veil II eliv I 14 4 Yi ' v v V Q v 21. P inf :J .vu in ya 9 rf irrr, I 1 va dl' e .pp, a:" Jvvaaf a I+' Ififvf. Jael' llllfdn x,4Jlv' ag gpf. faava verfvfff, paw I Il I 1 - 99? I J lv 'vera ff-f urs: i,, qiii If f vw v bfi: va v f ruff elf' . 'iff j f, EQ j A Qwflf HT 77 SOCIAL TUDIE DEPARTME T Learning of yesterday for tomorrow. Social studies was a required sub- ject for all students. The seventh grade concentrated on New York State history, from the time of the Iroquois Federation to the present day. American history from early exploration to the effects of a two party system of government was studied in the eighth grade, and the ninth grade devoted time to varied sub- topics, including topography, economics, JOHN A. GRAVELEY Senior High School Social Studies B.S., Syracuse University THOMAS PATTERSON Junior High School Social Studies and English B.S., Syracuse University, Columbia University, M. A., University of Buffalo, University of Wisconsin, Penn State College, Fre- donia State Teachers College. Citizenship, and others. World history for the tenth grade covered civilization from the Stone Age to World War ll. Studying American history in detail, the eleventh and twelfth grades began to find the solution to age-old dilemmas applying to modern times. Social stud- ies are supplemented by newspaper and magazine articles, excerpts from books, film strips and current events papers. MATHEM TICS Miss Johnson was instructor for all senior high mathematics courses offered this year. Math 9, Math IO, intermediate algebra, trigonometry, and advanced algebra were offered to those students wishing to further their education in mathematics. With Mr. Woodard as instructor, the seventh grades were taught more about the fundamentals of mathematics, while the eighth grades were intro- duced to algebra and prepared for their first math- ematics Regents. Students learned from each other. BUSINESS Business courses were offered students in grades nine through twelve by Mrs. Dewing. Subjects taught included: general business for freshmen and sophomores, typing and Shorthand I for sophomores, business practice only for seniors who have had typing and one .f 4,,,.. Senior mathematicians ELAINE JOHNSON Mathematics Alfred Extension, B.A., Upsala College, Albany State Teachers Collegeg Rensselaer P o I y t e c h- nic Institute. other business course, and bookkeeping for anyone in high school. The students who elected business courses received a very thorough education in preparation for the business world. LILLIAN DEWING Commercial Subjects A.B., Carleton College: Syracuse University, New York University. 1,1 VN. A I yu' I-bali 1. Among the various courses studied was general business ' E X ROBERT WOODARD Junior High Mathematics B.S. Grove City College Syracuse University OTTO GULI High School Science B,A., University of Buf- falo, St. Bonaventure University, University of Southern California, Uni- versity of Rochester. RALPH RHODES High School Science M.S., Colgate University, University of Buffalo, Al- bany State Teachers Col- lege, Syracuse Univer- Sify DONALD BEMUS Junior High School Science B.S., Fredonia State Teachers College, Syra- cuse University. Science students Iearned to conduct experiments. SCIENCE Upper: Laboratory work put theory into practice. Lower: "Now, what we want to do today , . . . " The science department offered a com- plete and well-rounded program. Biology delved into the structure of plant and ani- mal life: their similarities, variations, and relationships. ln the weekly laboratory period various lower forms of life were dissected and reported upon. Chemistry studied a varied field from properties and uses of matter under inorganic chemistry to carbon compounds and radicals. Week- ly laboratory periods were used to prove the properties and sources of elements. Physics went into greater detail on such topics as nuclear physics, electricity, and heat, plus the accompanying problem solv- ing. Laboratory periods were used to prove the laws and theories of physics. Ninth grade science was divided into two groups, earth science and general science. The seventh and eighth grades had science a half year. The science courses in the iunior high school provided a general background so that a variety of interests were founded. .-I FRENC French was offered to the elementary grades and junior high as well as to the senior high school. The French students .learned grammar, geography, and songs, and spoke French in all their classes. BONNIE WALLACE French, English B.A., Grove City College: Western Reserve Univer- sity. -nhl N Tl! C1lSTI'IiYl0N fl? TIE lflilllfb A L I bv N635 YHNCl'KlAlVSll1Bl!flS Cll!Nl1.T1QLA!if.HW'DflAG 0'F'iXkl!Z OSL l Dl..Rf.Ux l'K.IV'v tit 1 md Latin still lives in English. RUTH LINDELL Librarian AB., Taylor University, University of Michigan, Geneseo State Teachers College. LIBR RY With the new books added this year, the library contained ap- proximately four thou- sand books, offering the students an assort- ment of fiction and nonfiction books. Un- der the guidance of Mrs. Lindell, the li- brary was headquarters for reference, research and pleasure reading. C'est le drapeau francais l LATI Latin l and Latin Ill were the only Latin classes scheduled for this year. Under the guidance of Mrs. Nobbs, the Latin I class studied grammar and read stories about Roman life and religion, while the Latin lll class read and translated Cicero's works. .1151 EV' CAROL NOBBS Latin, English AB., Alb a n y State Teachers College, Cor- nell University. Read a good book lately? EGLIH .nwlts ifpiivfiau 1 Upper: A study of newspapers acquainted students with journalistic essentials. Lower: Vocabulary was increased by the study of literature. Driving required practical experience as well as classroom study. DOROTHY HUSBAND Junior High School English, Social Studies Brockport Normal School, B.Ed., Geneseo State Teachers College, Syracuse University, Fre- donia State Teachers College. HELEN DONALDSON High School English A.B., Allegheny College, Geneseo Normal School. English in the junior high school, taught by Mrs. Husband and Mr. Patterson, included the study of grammar, spelling, composition and the reading of some litera- ture. lnstructed by Miss Wallace and Mrs. Nobbs, the ninth grade studied grammar, vocabulary, literature and other fundamen- tals of the English language. With Mrs Donaldson as instructor, the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades continued their study of the essentials of English. Selections of world literature were read by the tenth grade, American literature and English lit- erature were studied in the eleventh and twelfth grades respectively. DRIVER EDUCATION Mr. Randall's classes were instructed in the essentials and practices of good driving. Through classroom lectures and road practice, it was the aim of driver education to provide better drivers behind the steering wheels of our nation. DOUGLAS RANDALL Driver Education B. S., Brockport State Teachers College. This year Miss Howard guided junior and senior high girls in learning the arts of home economics. The seventh and eighth grade girls followed the required one-half year course of general homemaking. Girls of other grades who took any of the four elective courses specialized in such fields as child care and home nursing, clothing and fabrics, housing and interior decoration, and getting along with others. The courses of the homemaking department have helped to establish a firm basis for future homes and families. ART DEP RTME T , A A i eng ... 4,J MELVIN HEEDEN Art Supervisor HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT ANN HOWARD Home Economics B-S-1 Buffalo State Teach ers College. BS., Buffalo State Teach- ers College, Albright Art School, M.S., University of Wisconsin. The art department, under Mr. l-leeden's instruction, offered a variety of art courses to the junior and senior high school. The seventh and eighth grades were required to take a semester of general art and a similar course was open to the ninth grade. A basic art course was offered to any tenth grader desiring it. Advanced art, consisting of painting and graphics, was offered to both eleventh and twelfth grades. A new course, creative crafts, was started this year for anyone desiring an additional art subject. SHOP i lndnvadual proyects developed creative abnlntnes Durnng the fnrst semester thurty fnve seventh grade boys were required to take a general comprehensuve shop course whnle an the second semester thirty eught grade boys followed the same type of program Seventeen boys grade nlne, elected gen eral shop where they worked with wood, metal ROBERT JOHNSON lndustrlal Arts State Umversnty St Bon aventure Unlverslty prmtmg and electrucuty Enght boys followed a more advanced general woodworkung course, whale thurteen others took mechanical drawing for enther a semester or a full year New electncal faculvtues added to the mterest and value of the shop courses AGRI ULTURE WILLIAM ZIMMER Agriculture Cornell Umversuty Syra cuse Unuversnty Fredonia Makmg tests provvded practical knowledge Slate Teachers College Twenty two boys have taken advantage of the courses offered by the Agraculture De partment thus year Mr Zimmer taught Agriculture 9, a general course, to freshman boys He instructed sophomore boys rn Agra culture IO, a vocatlonal course Agriculture IV, a course whlch related sltuatlons to the Albany State Teachers College Buffalo Sta t e Teachers College boys own farms was provzded for junior and sensor boys A comprehensnve state exam termmated the agrncultural courses for the sensor boys mayonng In agriculture Each boy nn the department learned valuable Informa tuon concerning farms from keepmg fmancual records to Improving the fertlllty of the soul s- , As ,X 'IA ,' . .I , . I - I ' 1 I ' ' I - . 1 1 1 1 1 - - . ' 1 BS Bowling Green CAROL REXFORD Girls' Physical Education Cortland State Teachers College, B.Ed., Univer- sity of Buffalo. Girl gymnasts proved their skills in a Gym Show in December. Calisthenics, relays, and drills developed co-ordination and correct posture. The girls also enjoyed softball, vol- ts Lg. sf'-N Q54-r"""" """"' Exercise toned up the boys' muscles. The boys' physical education classes, un- der the instruction of Mr. Scofield, partici- pated in a well-organized physical program this year. The program consisted of basket- ball, volleyball, and baseball. Gymnastics Girls needed stamina and balance. leyball, and basketball. Students in health classes acquired a basic knowledge of the structure and functions of the body. JAMES SCOFIELD Boys' Physical Education B.S., Cortland State Teachers College, Penn- sylvania State College, Syracuse University. were included to build up physical stamina. In addition to regular physical e d u c ati o n classes, a health course was a requirement for graduation. MUSIC Row One: Ann Davis, Wanda Lee, Beverly Hussey, Georgann Young, Sally Pratt, Patricia Holmes, Susan Warn, Barbara Nel- son, Sue Jean Atkins. Row Two: Gretchen Bryant, Marcia Bennett, Patricia Jones, Delores Anderson, Penny Barker, Rebecca Battles, Susan Jacobson, Nancy Turk. The choral groups provided a musical background for aspiring vocalists, who sang for their own pleasure and for the enjoyment of others. During the Christmas season, both choirs presented their annual program of fa- MRS. PATTERSON MRS. SADLER Music Music B.S., Grove City College, Syracuse University, Fre- donia State Teachers College. CHORAL GRCJUPS vorite Christmas songs. Their mid-winter appearance at the P.T.A. concert was schedul- ed for February. The choirs, as usual, looked forward to their participation with other choral groups of the area. -.-. , , , Row One: Linda Stacy, Evelyn Mclntyre, Sandra Fan- Patricia Berg, Shirley Swanson, Sharron Johnson, Sheats, Dona Lindberg, Carol Horner, Martha Georgann Young. Row Two: Clare Warn, Bon- nie Johnson, Mary Dorsey, Phyllis Houghwot, Kathleen cher, Sally Bova, - -muff- J ,,.....,-L-.. ,V . - V .. ,,. A ,A Cheney, Sandra Murray, Karen lngeman, Sharron Mun- ger, Suezette Bjork, Cynthia Gage. Row Three: Stephen Kidder, Thomas Seekins, Harry Adams, Ronald Kidder, Roger Wasberg. Seated, Left to Right: Susan Kidder, Gordon Danielson, Sandra Waite, Sharon White, Richard Guth, Duane Munson, Thomas Lundgren, Candace Sundell, Dawn Marsh, Cynthia Cheney, Noelle Swanson, Thomas Cheney, Conrad Donelson, James Swanson, Thomas Gust- afson, Sherwood Anderson, Lance Barker. Standing: Thomas McKeever, Robert Warn, Patricia Swanson, William Patterson, Karen lngeman, Daniel Christian, Bertil Erling, Paul Tyler, John Little, Theodore Miller, David Frankson, Betty Johnson, Mr. Goranson, Dennis BA The band added extra energy and school spirit by playinq in the pep assemblies and at the home basketball games this year. ln February they performed with the choirs in the P.T.A. Concert. Their plans for the spring season included presenting an annual concert in May, playinq for the Memorial Day parade, and appearing in the New York State Music Festival held in Jamestown. This year the band's repertoire included "Copa Cabana" by Alters, "Patriot Overture" by Franglsiser, and "The Crosley March" by Fillmore. GUIDANCE DEP RTME ARTHUR GORANSON Instrumental Music and Band North Park College: Co- lumbia School of Music: American Conservatory of Musicg Chautauqua Sum- mer School. 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President - - , ,, D Vice-President Clerk ,,,,,,,, Treasurer ,,,, , Collector , , OFFICERS ,, Ruth Titchner ,. - Bessie Dennison H.- Isabella Lundgren -,--- Robert Dill -- Ruth lngeman COMMITTEES Auditing -wwe , , Budget and Finance ,W Buildings and Grounds Teachers E,,,, , ,,,, ,. Transportation - ,, Cafeteria W, Mr. Lundgren, Chm., Mr. Munsen , Mrs. Dennison, Chm., Mr. Munsen , , H W, Mr. Bjork, Chm. Mr. Davis, Mr. Waite , , , , Mrs. Titchner, Chm., Mr. Bjork Mr. Waite, Chm., Mr. Davis, Mr. Lundgren fnwnvs ,,,,s,,,,-, Mrs. Dennison HARRY MURRAY Supervising Principal Fredonia Normal School B.S., Buffalo State Teachers College M.S., St. Bonaventure College University of Buffalo if Z , , , H, M ff ff W? me J 1- , 3 12' W ' 0 1 Q RALPH RHODES High School Principal, Science M,S., Colgate University University of Buffalo Albany State Teachers College Syracuse University OTTO GULI Senior Adviser, Science B.A., University of Buffalo St. Bonaventure University University of Southern California University of Rochester ,'grY5,i.,i3L ie, 'E 'Vg ' 1 ' 1' x i if is ,, A .1 GEORGE HUSSEY Elementary Supervisor BS, Fredonia State Teachers College M. Ed. Fredonia State Teachers College St. Bonaventure University SCHOOL NURSE OFFICE STAFF N Meyer Memorlol Hosplml BS University of Isabella Lundgren lda Weekrnan Shnrley Lyman uffalo New York Lmnversuty Buffalo State Teachers T Colle e S racuse Umversnt Fredonna Stare Teachers CAFE ERIA Doris Oberg, Julia Chandler, Anderson, Lucille Olofson. Earl Stanton Thomas Darlung Helen Worden, Howard Front Row Richard Johnson Percy Phyllnps Lloyd Jaudon Charles l-llldom Moore Standmg Wullram Walters Theodore Wultsle -L 1 5-4 EDITH DILLON CRAIG BRYANT Art DAVID CHRISTIAN Science, Mathematics, Language PATRICIA BERG Scsence, Mathematics, Language BARBARA GUSTAFSON Art T Science Y-1 MARVIN SWANSON Agriculture, Shop CAROL COOK Mathematics, Science ROBERTA DEAN MARTHA BOVA Homemc king DAVID CHENEY Shop Homemoking, Business oAvio TULLER Mom, shop SHARRON MUNGER Moth, Science CONSTANCE NOBBS Moth, Science, French, 81 Latin SANDRA MURRAY Moth, Science THOMAS SEEKINS Math, Science NZ7' MARK CHEN EY Science DOROTHY WARN Moth, Science JUDITH DANIELSON CAROL HORNER Business ROGER WASBERG Moth, Science Math, Science, 8. Latin me ,r-E RICHARD HAGBERG Agriculture CLAIR WARN Science, Homemoking PHYLLI5 HOUGHWOT ALBERT LEE Moth, Science Business JOHN TITCHNER Math, Science, 8. Agrncul 1. S-'iss-'Fu 5' A' . fs A - . iiffaff- ' . f' iw ff ' .. ff' 0 5 -' 1 T Sf js '95 RONALD KIDDER ,-,NDA 5-I-ACY Moth, Science SYLVIA LINDBOOM Business JANET LEACH Business, Art JOHN ELDERKIN Moth, Science gl 5 Business U 'Q LARRY EKLUND Moth, Science DONNA SPRINGER Business CAROL SWANSON Art SANDRA FEATHERSTONE Moth, Science, 8. Latin WAYNE ROBINSON Moth, Science . IL' HERMAN WALKER Agriculture PHYLLIS STEWART Mathematics CAROL OLSON Mathematics, Science, Latin BRUCE DARLING Art SENIOR ACTIVITIES BERG PATRICIA ChorusI 2 3 4 Spe Vocal I 2 3 4 Martha 2 Boo s and Crooks 3 We Shook the Famnly Tree 4 Fnre Warden 4 Bear Facts Staff 2 3 Yearbook Edutor 4 Tru Hn Y 2 3 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 Hlstory Club I 2 Debating I 2 Latm Club 4 Honor Society 3 4 Dancmg Club 2 BOVA MARTHA Tr Hn Y 3 4 Martha 2 Flre Warden 4 Books and Crooks 3 C orus I 2 3 4 BRYANT CRAIG Dbatmg I 2 3 4 HstoryClubI 2 3 4 ModelUN I 2 3 4 Hr Y3 4 Secretary3 Presldent4 Science Club 3 4 French Club Secretary 2 Books and Crooks 3 Case of Sprlngtlme I W Shook the Famrly Tree 4 Honor Society 3 4 Bear Facts Staff 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Fure Warden 4 Class Secretary I 3 Class Treasurer 2 Class President 4 Prolectlon Squad I 2 Latm Club 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 4 Basketball I Baseball I 3 4 Bowlnng Club 3 4 Dancmg Club I NEY DAVID FFA I HY 3 Fare Warden 4 CHENEY MARK Tennis 3 4 Flre War den 4 Hr Y 3 4 Science Club 4 Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Famnly Tree 4 Yearbook Staff 4 CHRISTIAN DAVID Hnstory Club I 2 3 Debatmg I 2 3 2 C Vice Presldent Hn Y 3 4 Vice President 3 Secretary 4 Bear Facts Staff 2 Proyectlon Squad I 2 3 4 Yearbok Staff4 Latm Club 2 3 4 We Shook the Famlly Tree 4 Danc ng Club I 2 Martha 2 Intramurals 2 COOK CAROL Bear Facts Staff2 Spe c Vocal I 2 3 4 Bowlmg Club I 2 3 Secretary 2 Tru Hn Y 2 3 4 Dancmg Club 2 Chorus I 3 4 Llbrarlan 4 DANIELSON JUDITH Honor Society 3 4 Class Vlce Presudent 2 Student Councll Representatlve 3 History Club I 2 3 4 Treasurer I 2 3 Debating Clubl 2 3 4 FTA I 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Dancmg Club I Bear Facts Staff 2 Latm Club 2 3 4 Chorus I Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Famuly Tree 4 DARLING BRUCE Basketball I 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 Track3 4 Student Coun cal Representatlve I 2 3 4 IVICIVIGQBF of Basketball I Flre Warden 4 HIY 3 4 DEAN ROBERTA Dancing Club I Bear Facts Staff 2 Books and Crooks 3 Bowl mg Club 3 Flre Warden 4 We Shook the Family Tree 4 Yearbook Staff 4 DILLON EDITH emble I 2 3 Bear Facts Staff 2 Band I 2 Fure Warden 4 Student Councul Representatlve 2 Art Club 3 Bowling Club I We Shook the Farnnly Tree 4 Dancmg Club 2 Chorus I 2 Books and Crooks 3 EKLUND LARRY HIY 3 4 Class Vice Presndent3 4 Debating Club2 Bear Facts Staff 2 Tenrns 3 4 Flre Warden 4 Latm Club 2 Hlstory Club 2 We Shook the Famlly Tree 4 Honor Soclety3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ELDERKIN JOHN Bear Facts Staff 2 Science Club 3 Hu Y 3 4 Flre Warden 4 Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Famlly Tree 4 Yearbook Staff 4 FEATHERSTONE SANDRA Latm Club 2 4 Martha 2 Bear Facts Sta Chorus 2 Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Family Tree 4 Flre Warden 4 GUSTAFSON BARBARA Bowlmg Club I 4 Chorus I Bear Facts Staff 2 Latm Club 4 Student Councnl Representatlve 4 Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Family Tree 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Dancmg Club I Art Club 2 HAGBERG RICHARD Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Family Tree 4 F F A 2 3 4 H: Y 3 4 Prolectlon Squad I 2 3 4 HORNER CAROL Bear Facts Staff 2 Flre Warden 4 We Shook the Famuly Tree 4 Dancmg Club 2 Chorusl 2 3 4 M r th 2 Books and Crooks 3 Latm Club 4 HOUGHWOT PHYLLIS Chorusl 2 3 4 Projection Club 2 Bear Facts Staff 2 Flre Warden 4 Martha 2 KIDDER RONALD ChorusI 2 3 4 Band I 2 Bear Facts Staff2 Basketball I 2 3 4 Baseball I 3 4 Tr ck 3 FTA Books and Crooks 3 We Shook the Famnly Tree 4 Martha 2 Dancmg Club 2 LEACH JANET Transferred from Falconer Central Hugh School In September I958 . 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C ASS HISTORY As we come to the close of the present and look toward the future we look back and see that our past has consssted of some faslures and some attasnment of goals Some of our expersences wsll be forgotten but we can never forget what our years at Frews burg Central School have meant to us Looksng back to our freshman year under the supervssson of Mrs Scofseld commenced our journey snto the realms of hsgh school lsfe Our offscers were Roger Wasberg Pressdent Larry Eklund Vlce Presldent Crasg Bryant Secretary John Tstchner Treasurer Dennss Johnson Student Councrl Sandra Murray Representatrves Our year consssted of many worthwhsle under taksngs Our fsrst servsce project was send sng a Care Package to the Happsness Fund snstead of gsvsng personal Chsrstmas gsfts for the class We also sold ball posnt pens and held a successful pre sprsng dance lln spste of a terrsfsc snowstorm? The second step toward the present under the competent gusdance of Mr Letro began wsth the electson of excellent supervssson of Msss Johnson wsth the electson of class offscers Sharron Munger Larry Eklund Crasg Bryant Sandra Murray Bruce Darlsng Judsth Danselson President Vsce President Secretary Treasurer Student Councrl Representatives Sharron Munger Judsth Danselson Sandra Murray Crasg Bryant Bruce Darlsng Edsth Dsllon Pressdent Vlce President Secretary Treasurer Student Councll Representatives Thss second step led to more responssbslstses for the class We carrsed on the school paper Bear Facts successfully presented the an nual Soc Hop sold sweatshsrts and had charge of the popcorn and candy sales at the basketball games At the annual Sadse Hawksns Day dance we featured the 59ers Chuckwagon and ended our years actsvstses wsth the custom of Be Ksnd to Sensors Day lOh our achsng feetll At the close of the year we had a farewell party for our advssor Our thsrd progresssng step toward the present began sn our junsor year under the Thss year was hsghlsghted wsth a successful junsor play Books and Crooks under the dsrectson of Msss Ferguson and Msss Johnson the long awasted class rsngs and the spectac ular Junsor Sensor Prom sn the sprsng We were vsctorsous over the sensors sn the race for magazsne sales The fsrst semester also sncluded a successful fun fslled car wash and a profstable dance The Fall Frolsc Dursng the second semester we handled the pop and sce cream sales At last we have taken our fourth and last step We have all looked forward to thss day wsth great antscspatson and now as we saw among ourselves a near look and far vssson we commenced thss fsnal year under the dsrectson of Mr Guls wsth the electson of our class offscers Crasg Bryant President Davsd Chrsstsan Vlce President Constance Nobbs Secretary John Tstchner Treasurer Bruce Darlsng Student Councsl Barbara Gustafson Representatives Our fsrst endeavor as sensors was successful We thoroughly trounced the junsors sn the magazsne sales campasgn We presented a successful dance The Sensor Swsng Then st was full steam ahead wsth work on the yearbook and the sensor play We Shook the Famsly Tree under the dsrectson of Mr Rhodes Then our energses were extended to the long awasted Washsngton trsp and to the completson of our hsgh school journey COMMENCEMENT The future ss not sn the hands of Fate but sn ours ll II . . . - 1 ll ll - - , . 11 ll - - - . . . , f-f--ff--i ef-- . . . . . . ' 1 . , we - - - - 11 II 1 1 . . , . . . R fYYfYY-Mfff - I - . . . . . . . . . . .-LL,f, I ' . . . . I . - 1 . 11 . . . . . ,, . . ' 1 1 ' 1 . , . . . - a . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . 11 11 - - I . 1 1 - 11 1 . - 11 - - . , - - , 1 ' , . . . - - - - ll . - Il ' ' ' . 11 11 1 ' ' - 1 1 "WE SHOCK THE FAMILY TREE" The senior play, "We Shook the Family Tree", was a comedy concerning the forensically-minded Hildegarde tConnie Nobbsl who wanted a date for the coming prom. However, "short pants" Freddie lCraig Bryantl was far from her idea of a perfect date. Her brothers, .lim lRonnie Kidder? and Bob tLarry Ecklundl only serve to add to her woe. Sally lPat Berg? stands by her to the end. Mother and Father lSandy Murray and John Titchnerl are concerned but confident that she would never housebreak. Ellie Mae Uudy Da-nielsonl and her associate, Jill CCarol Hornerl become staunch foes of Hildegarde, but are a little more lenient than are Freddie's parents lDave Christian and Sharron Munger.l NBOCDKS A D CROOKSH The junior play, "Books and Crooks", dealt with a stuffy principal lCraig Bryantl who was "replaced" by a bank robber who looked just like him lCraig Bryant? with the aid of another bandit Uohn Titchnerl. A be- wildered secretary tSandy Murrayl added to the confusion, as did the bank president lAlbert Leel. Pat Berg and Ronnie Kidder supplied a romantic tone. Other classmates, including Mark Cheney as the police lieutenant Dave Tuller, Connie Nobbs, and band mothers, Sharron Munger and Donna Greenwald completed the cast. Dorothy Warn, Student Director. W-pn 'E ,Q f' F IOR CLASS A C Cclvallaro G Berg J Tuller E Anderson J Swanson C Gage J Magnuson T Olofson A Hansen S Swanson L Hyldohl D Lundberg K Ingemon D Hoyes G Anderson K Johnson S Bpork S Swanson J Phnl ps S Shears F Bood S Johnson E Stone K Sweotmon J Anderson G Murroy A Dunning S Dudgeon R Davis B Johnson G Darling M Anderson K Cheney G Ekstrom g,-dl, - SOPHOMORE CLASS . A ,Rig T3 T L .XA JOHN LITTLE HARRY ADAMS President Vice-President A .- .rbi A . L45 if I J, 1- . ,A V,. . 1 ! ,-1. J ,. . 0 ., , 1 I V50 -49 3 Q,-ov' 'f - 'I'-fu-... - . I ,- .44-.-., M my L! , ,,, J l ff f f ,- L C-'31 N ROBERT SANDBERG Secretary 1 I ff M, i 1 PATRICIA JONES D. Frew G. Young R. Eastman B. Birt R. Anderson S. Youngberg S. Anderson B. Erling B. Johnson E. Moore L. Foe A. Gregg B. Stone D. Berg M. Dorsey E. Mclntyre J. Eklund C. Coons S. Pratt T. McKeevor R. Kimball B. Hussey G. Turk J. Morgan P. Tyler Treasurer WW? 'Wiki W 461' via 5' Q' 150745 Cf' SCDPHOMCRE C ASS was hs: ur' dh as .4-Q, 5 Y . 'QBHI W Y? g rm a 'Ev ' 5 Q C. Nobbs D. Atkins 'N J e li l 'E' Q 'E' 2-4- A ff Q13 6 D Anderson L Jensen J Mahoney T Marsh P Holmes P White A Walker K Gustafson W Bratt A Hamilton C Rrng M Atluns W Lee T Grlehm T Johnson C Scott T Atkins A Hyldahl E Rowley G Wessels J Walker E Seostrom J ce E Rowley S Gage A Ashworth R Swanson S Fancher R Shreve S Russell FRESH MAN CLASS Row One Paul Anderson Wayne Berg Jerry Horner Clare Berg Althea Bragg Gretchen Bryant Alice Davls Sandra Brothers Eric Hazel Row Two Paul Bova Rnchord Guth Sue Atkens Roberta Battles Penny Barker Marcra Bennett Frances Ekstrorn Irma Danrels Thomas Cheney Row Three Mrs Dewlng Nancy Colver Sharon Gardner Ronald Anderson Marshall Frew Frank Ellas Wrllnam Barkman Gordon Foe Jon Anderson Row One: Cheryl Skinner, Lando Nelson, James Mottocks, James Murray, Phrllrp Shreve, David Thomas, Lois Starks, Nancy Turk. Row Two: Mrs, Dewnng, Peter Turk, Fernando Montalvo, James Morgan, David Warn, Steven Kidder, Barbara Nelson, Susan Jacobson, Rebecca Motter, Susan Warn, Row Three: Nancy Long, Patrncia Swanson, Terry Obert, Mariann Strand, Louise Lee, Camille Nobbs, Eleanor Sonley, Delores Thurston, Susan Johnson. Absent: Patricia Eaton, James Covey, Ronald Swanson, EIGHTH GRADE Row One: Conrad Donelson, Delanna Anderson, Linda Gustafson, Josephine Cavallaro, Arne Hansen, Gerald Anderson, Gordon Danielson, John Dahlgren, Lance Barker, Jeffrey Crawford, Sherwood Anderson. Row Two: Thomas Gustafson, Daniel Christian, Alfredo Hamilton, Cindy Johnson, Judith Hedges, Margaret Hagberg, Judith Gardner, Mary Atkins, Barbara Anderson, Robert Hussey. Row Three: Bonnie Anderson, Valerie Holmes, Cynthia Cheney, Bruce Griehrn, VVilliam Dowd, Sharon Anderson, David Frankson, Donald Irwin, Patric Harvey, Absent: Roger Dolrnus, Carol Johnson. Mr. Bernus, Advisor. 'Nr to if-4 Row One: Elliott Scott, Jarnes Lee, Theodore Miller, Ronald Kinland, Candythe Olson, Sharon Youngberg, Barbara Moore, Evelyn Rowley, Marilyn Warn, Carol Sank. Row Two: William Patterson, Jerry Westman, David Swanson, Lavern Youngberg, Kay Rhodes, Dawn Marsh, Sharon White, Joanne Sears, Joanne Rice, Sandra Waite, Ruth Sweatman. Row Three: Sherwood Johnson, Dennie McKeever, Stanley Smith, Kenneth Stone, Earl Ralyea, Donna Scofield, Mary Ann Sittinger, Rebecca Lingquist, Sue Olotson, Kristine Young, Sally Lundgren. Mr, Patterson, Advisor. SEVE TH GRADE ,Q PF 59' Row One: Nancy Derry, Barbara Anderson, Shirley Coons, Connie Crawford, Ray Bowers, Larry Atkins, Kermit Ekstrom, Steyen Gage, Kathy Bloomauist. Two: Anthony Conti, Judy Ellis, Linda Bennett, Row Sally T Bova, Torie Derby, Alice Burch, Carol Gates, James Greenwalt. Row Three: Mr. Woodard, Donald Ander- son, Donald Daniels, Robert Baker, Norman Green, Dixie Eccles, Barbara Engle. Absent: Phyllis Brown, mtl?" Row One: Ronald Ralyea, Michael Percy, Edward Payne, Barbara Suminski, Stahlman, James Swanson, Sue Ann Thomas, Cynthis Two: lyan Waid, Noelle Terrace Smith, W. Gerald Bonnie Simmons, Timothy Oberg, Peggy Pratt. Row Swanson, Candace Sundell, L. Sherman, Douglas Swanson, Kathleen Olson, Dianne Swanson, Mrs. Husband. Row Three: Theodore Tabone, Kenneth Waite, Carl Seastrum, Nancy Worden, George Walsh. Row One: William Brooks Nelson, Link Lee, Barbara Lindholme, Sheryle Kennedy, Sharyn Hamilton, Cynthia Howard, Marsha Haggmark, Susan Kidder, Jessie l-ledges. Row Two: Richard McKeeyer, Robert Norman, R. Tham- as Mahoney, Philip Lyman, Gregory Lombardo, Bar- O Qi -:Q go- -4 bara Murray, Susan Lowery, Rose flimes. Row Three: Thomas Lundgren, Duane Munson, Alan Mackie, LeRoy Nash, Patricia l-laley, Cheryl Marsn, Suzanne Luce, Miss Bonnie Wallace. ROBERT H. JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL On Sunday, October 19, 1958, the community of Frewsburg proudly dedicated the newly- built Robert H. Jackson Elementary School. This building alleviated the previous lack of space for elementary students at Frewsburg. D E D I C A T I ON invocation Rev. Horace Fischer Pledge of Allegiance Led by a Group of Scouts "Star Spangled Banner" Audience Introduction of Guests and Remarks Harry J. Murray Supervising Principal Musical Selections Piano Duet Sue Dill and Ann Patterson Bass Horn Solo John Little PROGRAM Introduction of Speaker George R. Hussey Elementary Supervisor Dedication Address Lee L. Ottaway Supreme Court Justice Presentation of the Building Chadakoin Construction Co. and Earl Martin Architect Acceptance of the Building Ruth Titchner President Board of Education Benediction Rev. Horace Fischer 5--Q -Q-J iii...--1 ,l,....i-1-l ,.,...i...i-1- J 44 ..f' NATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY ,Ti ' Fi I :neil -L-'-hQ.l,A 1 .. CHARACTER, SCHOLARSHIP LEADERSHIP, and SERVICE Seated: Sharron Munger, Larry Eklund, Patricia Berg, Kathleen Cheney, Miss Johnson, Advisor: Karen Sweatman. Standing: Sally Sheets, Judith Danielson, James Anderson, Betty Johnson, John Phillips, Karen lngeman, Craig Bryant, Sandra Murray, Dorothy Warn. Absent: Constance Nobbs. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Membership in the National Honor Society was one of the highest honors that a student could receive in Frewsburg Central School. Seven seniors who had become members in their junior year arranged an assembly in December, inducting one senior and seven juniors. Activities of the Society included a home-coming Christmas party for vacationing college students. SENIOR TUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council provided par- ticipation in school government, attained better relationships between students and faculty, and sponsored worthwhile school activities, including skating and swim- ming parties, activity night, and the an- nual school picnic. Eklund. Seated: Belle Birt, Ann Dunning, Sandra Murray, Constance Nobbs, Shirley Swanson, Mr. Gull, Advisor. Standing: Barbara Gustafson, Eric Anderson, Bruce Darling, Mary Dorsey, Jerry JU IDR STUDENT COUNCIL Serving as student governing board of the junior high school, the Junior Student Council was a counterpart of the Senior Stu- dent Council. In its second year of existence, it made decisions benefiting the students and scheduled activities and parties for enjoyment, ln the fall, a lively and vigorous cam- paign resulted in the election of the following officers: President Stephen Kidder Vice-President William Patterson Secretary Susan Jacobson Treasurer ,S . Dwain Munson LATIN CLUB Row One: Susan Jacobson, Dwain Munson, William Patterson, Stephen Kidder. Row Two: lvan Waid, Barbara Moore, Shirley Coons, Thomas Cheney, Thomas Gustafson. The Latin Club aimed to foster an interest in the Latin lanauage, its background, and its educational value, and to acquaint the members with Roman history and customs. All students who were studying or had studied Latin were eligible for membership. The club was scheduled to meet once a week. Row One: Elenor Sonley, Gretchen Bryant, Linda Nel- son, Cecil Nobbs. Row Two: Evelyn Mclntyre, Sandra Youngberg, Barbara Nelson, Susan Warn, Sylvia Lind- bloom. Row Three: Mary Dorsey, Patricia Berg, Shar- ron Munger, Sharron Gage, Sandra Featherstone. Row Four: Mrs. Nobbs, Advisor: James Anderson, Craig Bryant, Bonnie Johnson, David Christian, Kathleen Cheney, Karen lngeman, Ann Dunning, Jerry Eklund, Carol Olson, Sharron Johnson, Janice Magneson, Susan Russell, Barbara Gustafson, Carol l-lornor, Belle Birt. Row Five: John Phillips, John Little, David Warn, Gary Wessels, Constance Nobbs, Judy Danielson. C Row One Gregory Lombardo Kathleen Bloomauust Nancy Derry Shnr ley Coons Row Two Carol Johnson Marv Slttnnger Donna Scofueld Patrncua Johnson Becky Lnndquust Cheryl Skmner Delanna Anderson Row Three Marcua Bennett Althea Bragg Geargann Young Sally Pratt Aluce Dayls Row Four Mlss Wallace Advnsor Barry Stone Gary Wessels Stephen Kldder Penny Barker Susan Olofson Chrnstlne Young Roberta Battles Susan Jacobson Nancy Colver Evelyn Moore Sue Jean Atklns FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Frewsburg F T A members learned of the numerous opportunltles In teaching as a career The members partnclpated In a teach er and program alded at the P T A open house entertauned at a tea for the elementary teach ers at the Robert H Jackson School Row One Cynthla Gage Ann Dunnung Janlce Mag nuson Dorothy Warn Sandra Murray Row Two Sharron Gage Sharron Johnson Belle Bsrt Mary Dorsey Bonnie Johnson Sylvia Llndboom Judy Danielson Mr Hussey Advisor Row Three Sandra Dudgeon Suzette Bjork Constance Nobbs Sharron Munger 4- FRENCH CLUB Learnmg a forengn language can be fun rs demonstrated by Le Cercle Francans whnch nncorporates many dnverse ways to make foreign lan guage study meaningful to the stu dents Some of these Include games fnlmstnps audio vlsual matenals, tape recordung and many others The language club provudes an ex tensuon of classroom work SCIENCE CLUB Science Club not for electronic gen :uses alone had as :ts prnmary purpose the a greater grasp of the wonders of todays sclentltlc world and an Idea of tomorrows potentualntles Row One Mark Cheney Judy Danielson Sandra Dud geon Karen lngeman Mr Gull Advnsor Row Two John Phnllnps Cralg Bryant Ronald Kndder Robert Dayrs Wayne Roblnson Larry Eklund Row Three Terry Olofson John Elderknn Roger Wasberg Thomas Seeklns Albert Lee Row Four Larry Hyldqhl James Anderson I ' I I - ' ' I, ' . I I I I . I I n . . . - . I . - ' , . . . , and Robert H. Jackson School dedication, and development of well-rounded lndryvduals wlth . I . . - 1 I J ' in he B I , ,' . : , ' , ' . : I IHSTORY CLUB ILJ "1 , 1, .Q 2 1 Row One Sandra Dudgeon Suzette Bjork Sharron Gage Ann Dunnnng Sally Sheats Judy Tuller Sharron Munger Row Two Davld Chrustuan Kathleen Cheney Bonnre John son Mary Dorsey Belle Burt Patrlcua Holmes Beverly Hussey Lmda Jenson Harry Adams Janlce Magnuson Sharron Johnson Mr Gravely Advnsor Judy Danielson Row Three Georgann Young Penny Barker Clare Worn Aluce Davis Gretchen Bryant Merle Atkins Sally Pratt Constance Nobbs Sandra Murray Cynthia Gage Cralg Bryant Davnd Frew James Anderson The Hustory Clubs actnvlty was centered upon the annual United Natlons General Assemblues to which delegates were sent to represent an assigned country thus fostermg understandvng and apprecnatlon of the Unnted Natnons DEBATERS CLUB Row One James Anderson Judy Danuelson Cralg Bryant Daynd Clar tlan Mr Gravely Advisor Row Two Gretchen Bryant Stephen Kidder Georgann Young Harry Adams Barry Stone Penny Barker Beverly Hus sey Sharron Gage Debate Club helped to further Its members understandlng of vutal natnonal toplcs but more Important taught the nndrvudual to thunk for himself, to speak before people and to duscuss a subject mtellngently : I I I I I , . I , , - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . , . . I 1 x 1.1 1 fn - 4. f ' " I ,Z Ja . ., 5 . 5, W Cf " S My 2' Bl, 'G-1? 1 ' , ,- Z , , , I2- I ' I ' : I I I I I 1 - , . . , . . I I , . Y--FY., 1 -,Ar 1-'Ay The Tri-Hi-Y Club, a Christian organi- zation at thirty-eight girls, performed many services for the community, carried out successful money-making projects, and held many interesting meetings. Hl-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club, the boys' counterpart of Tri-Hi-Y, with a membership of twenty- tour boys, worked to carry out their pledgei "To create, maintain, and extend through- out the home, school and community, high standards of Christian character." Foreground: Lawrence Foe. Bock: Ronald Anderson, Russ Swanson, David Covey, Dick Hagberg, Tim Marsh, George Ekstrom, Leon- ard Ekstrom, Paul Bova, Jim Covey, Mr. Zim- mer, Bill Bratt. TRI-HI-Y CLUB Row One: Mary Dorsey, Pat Berg, Ann Dunning, Sandy Murray, Connie Nobbs, Sylvia Lindboom, Barbara Gust- afson, Miss Howard. Row Two: Linda Stacy, Carol Cook, Martha Bova, Annette Gregg, Beverly Hussey, Sharon Gage, Belle Biri, Karen Gustafson, Sandy Dud- geon. Row Three: Sharon Johnson, Janice Magnuson, Judy Tuller, Sally Pratt, Georganne Young, Wanda Lee, Pat Holmes, Jean Mclntyre, Sandy Fancher, Cynthia Gage, Row Four: Carol Swanson, Bonnie Johnson, Cecile Nobbs, Carolyn Scott, Linda Jensen, Sharron Munger, Pat Jones, Donna Atkins, Susan Russell, Carol Ring. I--'A 'Q 1 ' 1. A f I i- v Row One: Craig Bryant, Mr. Rhodes. Row Two: Richard Kimball, Jerry Ecklund, Robert Sandberg, John Mahoney, Row Three: Jim Anderson, Ron Kidder, Roger Wasberg, John Elderkin, David Christian, Row Four: Gary Darling, Bob Davis, John Phillips, Harry Adams, Steve Anderson, David Cheney. Row Five: Bruce Darling, Dick Hagberg, Mark Cheney Terry Olotson, Albert Lee, Marvin Swanson, Larry Ecklund. i FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA The Future Farmers of America practiced their motto: "Learning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve." SENIDR LEAVES STAFF 54' Row One: Roger Wasberg, Mrs. Donaldson, Sandra Murray Constance Nobbs Patricia Berg, Editor: Carol Olson, Ronald Kidder. Row Two Craig Bryant Mark Cheney Larry Eklund, David Christian, Sharron Munger, Barbara Gustafson Sylvia Lindboom Donna Springer, Dorothy Warn, Roberta Dean, John Elderkin Torn Seekins Upon their appointment in May, the mittee supervised taking pictures the literary Senior Leaves Staff and their advisor, Mrs. editors compiled their write ups thus record Donaldson, started work on the theme and ing the events of l958 T959 in Frewsburg format of the yearbook. The art editors sub- Central High School mitted their sketches, the photographic com- BEAR FAC S STAFF The Bear Facts Staff, composed of sophomores, handled the job of collecting and writing the news ofthe school, The editor supervised and co-ordinoted the production with the assistance and guidance of Mr. Gravely, the advisor. The entire staff endeavor- ed to bring FACS. students a complete coverage of school news each month. Row One: Richard Kimball, Editor: Bonnie Johnson, Beverly Hussey, Sally Pratt, Pat Holmes, Mary Dorsey, Belle Birt. Row Two: Jerry Eklund, Sandra Fancher, Sandra Youngberg, Harry Adams, Thom Griem, Mr, Gravely, Advisor. Row Three: Linda Jenson, Karen Gustafson, Grace Turk, Wanda Lee, Pat Jones, Delores Anderson. OUTSTANDING REPRESENTATIVES OF OUR SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY Seated Judy Danrelson Sandra Murray Constance Nobbs Bonme Wal lace Standing Larry Ecklund Davrd Chrlstlan Roger Wasberg John Phllllps Judy Danrelson was selected by the Amer :can Freld Servrce to act as an exchange student to Germany She won frrst place rn the Vorce of Democracy contest sponsored by the Jamestown Junlor Chamber of Commerce and also earned recogmtuon for her wrrtmg and speakung rn the American Legron Oratorlcal Contest Sandra Murray and John Phrllrps were honored by presentatron of the Student Cltrzen and Athlete Award Constance Nobbs and David Chrrshan were awarded Cltlzenshap Awards entrtlmg them to compete for a Syracuse Unrversuty scholarshrp Connre also won second place nn county competrtlon for the Volce of Demo cracy at Frewsburg Central School acted as youth ambassador to Belqrum an honor bestowed by the Young Adult Clvlc Council Larry Ecklund and John Trtchner won recognntron by bemg chosen Jumor Crtrzens by the Optumrst Club of Jamestown Roger Wasberg was chosen to attend Boys State as representatzve of our school under the sponsorshap ofthe American Legion ' . : I D . 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V 30,13 55NNlN5'5 Q-555445555 5554555.55 5555-lb!-55 .4..,4-usa qyqnbh 1 wx 5lqQl9i'9 qsssh N5-G45 QQNUNNQBQ ' Vemynqhwi' 5555N!l.b5' O 4 iis' Iii ldv ll!! C I lPPf HI! HN on Q1 Pl P: , Y v e JO . I A O U wa' NW ASEBALL Zf QSM, t K QLIQ, W' VARSITY BASEBALL Left to Right: Steven Anderson, Roger Wasberg, John Phillips, Everett Seastrom, Gary Dorling, Dick Kimball, Herman Walker, Bruce Darling, Mr. Scofield, Coach: Henry Eskra, Terry Olofson, Tom Swanson, Manager: and Ronnie Kidder. SCHEDULE OF GAMES Frewsburg Qpponenf Frewsburg Opponent Frewsburg 7 Sherman 4 Frewsburg l l Panama l Frewsburg 4 Chautauqua l Frewsburg 3 Pine Valley 4 Frewsburg 4 Clymer 5 2-e f 'f ' fr ' fu r v X-v JUNIOR VARSITY First Row: Craig Bryant, Bob Sandberg, Alon Hamilton, Bob Anderson, and John Mahoney. Second Row: Mr. Johnson, Coach: Tim Marsh, Rodger Shreve, Bob Davis, Gene Waid, and John Little. Q TENN S The tennis team played matches with Sherman, Clymer and Panama in their l958 spring schedule. lt was considered a very good first season and expectations are high for 1959. First Row: Bill Barkman, Jerry Ecklund, Paul White, David Frew, Wayne Robinson, and Tom Griehm. Second Row: Gordon Lind, Jim Anderson, Gary Murray, Gary Berg, Larry Ecklund, Mr. Rhodes, Coach. TRACK Boys reported for track last spring Dashes, relays the mile run the high jump the broad jump the shot, the discus, and the pole vault were integral parts of the program offered At the Sectional Track Meet, Everett Seastrom placed third in the mile run Herman Walker Ronald Kidder Gary Darling Tom Swanson Terry Olofson John Phillips Gene Wald Everett Seastrom Dick Kimball Steven Anderson John Little Roger Shreve Robert Sandberg John Mahoney Henry Eskra and Arthur Eckstrom l 1 I ' I . I I I Boys participating in track events included: Gordon Lind, Roger Wasberg, Bruce Darling, I . I ' I I I A A I I I ' I I ' I I I I I ' BASKETB LL Encouraged by the enthusiasm and school spurlt of the student body thus year s basketball team attained the pinnacle of sportsmanllke playing Forming the nucleus of the varsity team was four returning lettermen Roger Wasberg Ronald Kidder Bruce Darlrng and Gary Darllng The rest of the team was made up of sophomores and juniors The junlor varslty team was strengthened by the promotion of several Chadakoun players and Improved wnth the experuence and confidence they gained wnth each game Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec an an an an e e e e Frewsburg at Bemus Pount Chautauqua at Frewsburg Frewsburg at Sherman Mayvnlle at Frewsburg Panama at Frewsburg Frewsburg at Ripley Bemus Pomt at Frewsburg Frewsburg at Chautauqua Frewsburg at Clymer Sherman at Frewsburg Frewsburg at Panama Frewsburg at Mayvrlle Ripley at Frewsburg . 2I ' . 25 Dec. 5 Clymer at Frewsburg . I2 . I6 ' . I9 J . 9 ' J . I6 ' J . 23 J . 30 F b. 6 F b. I3 F b. 20 ' F b. 27 ' -Jag Richard Kimball, Steven Anderson, Roger Wasberg, Robert Davis, Gene Waid, Terry Olot- son, Bruce Darling, John Phillips, Gary Darling, Everett Seastrorn, Ronald Kidder, Coach Scofield. ARSITY BA KETBALL TEAM JU IOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Paul White, John Mahoney, Robert Sandberg, Alan Hamilton, Torn McKeever, Gary Berg, Thom Griehrn, John Little, Rodger Shreve, Bertil Erling, Coach Scofield. ? ARSITY CHEERLE DER Ann Dunning, Sandy Dudgeon, Sharron Munger, Connie Nobbs, Sandy Murray, Belle Birt. Alnce Davvs Shnrley Swanson Karen Ingeman Bormue Johnson, Suzette Bjork Mary Dorsey , "' 9: in 5 ,nam vs JY vw 3 K . A ' Q Q' -V ulminotion - 12 Com lr Z 4' 5? 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I ln apprecxatlon ot the generosnty and the Interest shown by the people of Frewsburg and vncnnlty, we extend our grateful publncatuon would not be possible CONGRATULATIONS To the class of l959 Unllmlted Opportunltles Awalt YOU ln the Jamestown Area From Your Friends In the JAMESTOWN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE thanks, Without the whole-hearted support of our sponsors this FREWSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL P T A JOHNSONS KEYSTONE GAS STATIGN Congrotulctes the Class of 1959 I Frewsburg, New York The follow ng have sponsored a half page n thus yearbook JAMESTOWN RENDERING COMPANY INC Frewsburg New York .I B SCHUBECK STUDIO Photographers Ann Street RD 4 North East Pennsylvania Telephone 227R STATESIDE IMPORTED CARS 5OI Foote Avenue Jamestown New York Factory Authorized Volkswagen Dealer , O Cameras - Film - Supplies 34 I ' I l f ghf KYLE AND LITTLES I8 M Y W te fl59 MOORE S HARDWARE t 1959 BONIWOOD DAIRY BAR Y SHELDON S RED 8. WHITE 2485 g Y FREWSBU RG KEN DALL SERVICE Q SOUTH SIDE BLUE SUNOCO f s 1 777 DERBYS M W k w h fl59 BUD DANIELSON S FRIENDLY SERVICE FRANTZ AND RUSSELL SANITARY SERVICE CU RTISS IMPROVED STUD SERVICE l' bg5 N HAGGERTY AND ANDERSON ll gh B tWh TH E CARROLL SHOP W M 5385 th g BOWERS RADIO AND TV W M g Y W PLAZA PAINT 81 HARDWARE BUSTYS GULF SERVICE Y 84412 f I959 N ANDERSON S RESTAURANT T 8-Bt The ollowing have sponsored an ei th o a page in this yearbook. Compliments of Compliments of I ain Street Frewsburg, New ork Foote Avenue Extension Best ishes o th Class o 9 I 54 Main St. Frewsburg, New York John Neus adter Congratulations Dist. to he Class of Phone Frews ur 165 Frewsburg, . Y. Jamestown, New ork Compliments of Farmall Tractors I McCu ou Chain Saws Phone Sales and Service Compliments of es is es FREWSBURG STYLE sHoP Ffom COW and Dofofhy . OI' Frewsbur , New ork Compliments of 22 I Gin ph. "Cl0 in For The Entire Family" Frewsbur , New York I6 . ain St. "Service Tha a isfies" Frewsbur ' New Ofk Foote Ave. Jamestown Best ishes from I Heating-Sheet etal or Foote Ave- Jomeslow Electrical ork 1 Pl b' um mg Kiantone, New ork Best Wis es to the Phone - Class o 9 , Compliments to the Class o I Main 8. Institute Streets Frewsburg, , Y. ires at eries Frewsburg, New York f gim- CAFETERIA HELP W fl59 h D g T MAHONEYS LIQUOR STORE W SEEHAUSEN 81 OLSON T V FREWSBURG PHARMACY g Y THE BURG BARBER SHOP D NORM ELLYN HAIR SHOP Q JONES TASTY BAKING M N Y CITY LINE GARAGE J A JACOBSON DAIRY Ph 61600 THE APRON SHOPPE AND THE LAMP POST MOTEL BOWERS DEPT STORE Q MORGAN LINEN SUPPLY I3 9 E S d T g FREWSBURG FI REMAN S AUXILIARY WASBERG TU RKEY FARM F N FALCON ER PAINTING DISPOSAL SERVICE 4281 2142 ROC KMAN S MARKET D 445 NY The ollowing have sponsored an ei of a page in this yearbook. Compliments of Compliments of Best ishes to the Class o 9 J C andler, . Anderson, E. Holmquist, l.. Olofson, D. Ober , L. Nelson, J. Cook, . Howard. Compliments of I o - Frewsbur , New York Phil and Gene ater St. Frewsburg 0 . econ S. Frewsbur , New York I-lerm Seehausen, John "Red" Olson Compliments of ewsburg, New York Phone 3075 , Main Street Frewsbur, New ork I43 alconer Street Compliments of Frewsburg, . Y. Ph. 6 Dave illon, Prop, Falconer, New York Congratulations Seniors Don Griffin and Leonard Barrus Norma B. Burgett West Main Frewsbur , New York Phone Of I arket Street Jamestown, . . Home SIC Food Cenleru Foote Ave. Jamestown, . . J mestown New York "We sell at the plant" one - f BetWhe THICKER THINNERS S dy h CARNAHAN SHEARER g Y a. g t t f 1959 FRANK DONATO I Vgt BtWh SANS CORPORATION BI QUALITY MASTER MARKETS st t P M Ste t NYABC T h WARREN MEE 98 913 W fI59 JOHNNY S LUNCH J f p I OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH PALMGREN BROS GARAGE g 8- U 4728 LITENTHAL S t B f w h HILDOM CINDER BLOCK KENNEDY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO SAM BONDI S WHOLESALE CO 36H Y LUNDEEN OIL COMPANY d Ne Y k f 1 59 CHADAKOIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ROYS BARBER SHOP The allowing have sponsored an eighth o a page in this Ub itutibn- I s is s from the Pastor, Reverend David V. Roche an , S arron, Co ', A . ' mme nn General Repairin sed Cars Foote Ave. Ext. Compliments Phone ' coo Jamestown's Lar es ,Store Compliments of for Men Boys , Con ra ulations Second S reet to he Class o lamestown, New York from es is es Who esale Fruits from and e e obles Jamestown, New YOVY Falconer-Frewsburg Road es is es from the I32 ackstone Avenue ' Jamestown, New York C0:npI'memS of Compnments of orrison Street Jamestown, New ark Quality Foods We ern Mea s at Lowest rices 60 oin r e Box 24 Frewsburg, New York Kenna Y' W or Compliments QI. Congratulations Class o 9 ..... ec mcucn Ph J t - one ames own Jamestown, New York Best ishes to , Class 0 9 Compliments of I from 1 Frewsburg amestown, New York f LUNDGREN MOTOR SALES Ak Iey SPARK S STORE s GUSTAFSON TOOL CO Id Mo THE WATCH SHOP T I ph 51 908 OSTRANDER BROS LUMBER RyWhl FREWSBU RG HOTEL RIO RESTAURANT fl59 FREWSBURG METAL PRODUCTS BLAIR FUNERAL SERVICE I' g Y GOOD LOOK BEAUTY NOOK N 4643 OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH PHYLLIPS LUMBER COMPANY tgSt SHINES SUPER SERVICE to W f M WALTS CAR EXCHANGE 25Whgt PETERSON FUNERAL HOME Falconer Street I d KENNETH L ANDERSON INSURANCE t GOLD STAR SUPER MARKET FALCONER PRINTING COMPANY Et NY d THICKER THINNERS The class of 1959 extends best wishes to the class of 1960 and hopes that its sen :or year is s successful and enloyable ours has been Fire Warden's The ollowing have sponsored an eighth o a page in this yearbook. Compliments of Goo Luck e Pennsylvania , "Pu your life in my hands." Groceries - Notions - School upplies- Ice Cream Compliments of Center Street Frewsburg, N. Y. Levant New York "Wor 's Finest Tools" Good Luck from So. in St. Jamestown 66 as Main Street Falconer, . . Compliments of Goo Luck from 200 Cherry Street Sandy, Shononl Jamestown, New York ee one - Connie, Ann Pearl Street Frewsburg, New York ' Compliments of ' ' . U ' o ee er 0 05 Compliments of Compliments to the Class 0 9 Funeral Home 8 Wa er Street Frewsbur , New ork Gordine Duell Carol Johnson Frewsburg, . Y. Phone Pastor, Reverend David V. Roche Lumber 81 Crain ock Frewsburg, New York I 208 - es ain St. Falconer New York I O0 as in on St. f g f CARNAHAN SHEARER CO l' 8. BetWh T Th CI ss f 1959 FRANK DONATO I V g t Y tW Te SANS CORPORATION QUALITY MASTER MARKETS t Q N Y A B C TECHNICIAN WARREN MEE 98 913 PALMGREN BROS GARAGE t 4 U LILENTHALS N Y LUNDEEN OIL COMPANY B 24 K d N SAM BONDI S WHOLESALE CO 36 H N Y HILDOM CINDER BLOCK 5985 KENNEDY TRACTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO ROYS BARBER SHOP CHADAKOIN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY S 0 New The ollowing have sponsored on ei hth o a page in this yearbook. Compliments of Compliments of I Jamestown's Larges Store arrison Street Jamestown, . For Men Boys' , co. s is es Falconer- Frewsburg Road 0 e 0 O Phone Who esale Fruits and e e ables . Jamestown New ork , Compliments of Bes ishes ' Ffom h Frewsburg 132 Blackstone Ave. Congratulations to the Class l959 Jamestown New York Compliments of Jcmet wn York Quality Foods - Western Mea s - Low Prices 60 Main Street Frewsbur , New York Compliments of Phone Jamestown Foote Avenue Ext. Phone Jms. 728 -General Repairing 8- sed Cars- I Economy Cars - Renault - Sales 81 Service East Second Street Jamestown, . . ox enne y, . Y. f W p godte SEALTEST ICE CREAM FREWSBURG HARDWARE g Yo 7WetM S Tlph 4555 B 81 N ESSO STATION Q h ' th's ye rbo k FALCONER G L F SERVICE INC CELORON SKATE LAND es Ceo NwY W t f1959 THE FACULTY OF FREWSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL A et A W 51958 f 1958 The ollowing have sponsored u fourt of a page m I a o . e op reciote your o ost " a n o 1 Best wishes Seniors Served in our School Falconer New Yo.- Frewsbur , New rk Best wish 2 s oin treet Iron e or ee one - Best ishes to he Class o East Main Frewsbur , New York thl ic word inner ' ers o QQ!! INTER COLLEGIATE PRESS Kansas C ty PUD' .'1:' L..f' Mu',': ',v-' Boi: Bfdwf YAQXLWY 'HJVE QPFXQE i v 1 vi: v U' X ' vs! 5 P ' O 's.' Q 'Q Q M v u.i Q ' .s."x . 0 U 3 . ,rh an .x 1 - - , Q X . 0 P ' ' 5 S 1 Q S" v. . . 4 3 2 Q . - x 55' '- ' , . as ti amd--0 I. .W Q.'::'O . K ' - ' ,l' '4 'S I I BQ-f s' . 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