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

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4. A, sw 1 W 1 J SENIOR LEAVES 1967 FREWSBURG CENTRAL SCHOOL FREWSBURG, NEW YORK DEVELOPEIVIENT OE THE INDIVIDUAL THE HOME - ' giving the individual alrespect and love for life. The first and most vital influence on an indi- vidual is the home. The home is a sort of paradox, for the child is protected and, yet, taught to accept the responsibilities of life. He develops self esteem and, yet, learns to respect the rights and feelings of others. The home teaches sympathy, compassion and love not through theory alone, but through cond- uct and practice. Through a unity of purpose and a love for others, home teaches cooperation - a 2 cooperation that arouses delight, sympathy, and understanding for the successes and disappoint- ments encountered by the family members. Best of all the home establishes .ai philosophy and a pattern for living. The child learns a re- spect for authority and justiceg he learns how to be a mature adult. It has been said that the home is a bridge be- tween Heaven and earth. Under the watchful eye of the parent, the child is gradually introduced into a seemingly complex and paradoxical world. From the home the individual discovers that the world consists of laughter and sadness, warmth and disappointment, hope and sorrow. THE CHURCH - giving the individual a purpose and meaning for life. The quiet contemplative questioning of an in- dividual seeking understanding of himself and seeking direction for-his life can be' answered through the church. The church shows man his role in, what seems at times to be, a chaotic uni- verse. The church directs the individual to see purpose behind the chaos and to generate a faith and confidence in the Creator and His Creation. While the church teaches one how to Worship and how to prepare for eternity, it also offers the key to a successful earthly life through its doc- trine of 'edo unto others as thou Wouldst have others do unto you.'7 THE SCHOOL - giving the individual the training and experi- ence for life. Like the home and the church, the school also plays a vital role in the development of the indi- vidual. lndeed, in our modern industrial society where the accumulation of knowledge is phe- nomenal, the education and preparation of youth for a vocation or for further education is more important than ever. Demands for excellence from both employers and colleges have placed a tremendous burden on all the high schools of America. Frewsburg Central School, We believe, has successfully met the challenge of educating the entire population as well as supplying the quality education that every individual student requires. ln brief, the responsibility of the school is to provide a thor- ough education for each individual. Here, as dep- icted in the 1967 Senior Leaves, are the many Ways Frewsburg Central School fulfills that re- sponsibility. 3 x a s E 5 Q DEDICATION During our years at Frewsburg Central School, We have been influenced by the service, patience, and guidance ofa devoted individual - one who has given of herself uncomplainingly. As students, we have often failed to realize the complete value of her personal assistanceg We have taken this service for granted. Her com- plete knowledge of her field combined with her respect for discipline has proven invaluable throughout our high school years. ln apprecia- tion of her diligent contributions, We dedicate our Senior Leaves to Mrs. Ruth Lindell. SENIORS An integral part of the complete individual is the ability to honestly and fairly treat all man- kind. The trials on the football field create the individual as much as those experiences gained in personal relationships, for in todayls society, man should be able not only to cooperate with the group, but also to have the potential to pro- vide personal sympathies. The well-rounded individual does more than listen to the wisdom of great men. Through study and the acquisition of diversified knowledge, every human being has the opportunity to enrich his life by fulfilling deeds only dreamed of by for- mer masters. Man's progress has been a direct result of knowledge, and man's continued ad- vancement is dependent upon the uninterrupted quest for knowledge. Knowledge is proud that he has learned so much: fWisdom is humble that he knows no more. Cowper Prepared mentally and physically, the men and women of tomorrow acknowledge not only their diploma, but also their willingness to face the expected responsibilities and contributions to society. -'-fa n F.C.S BURDETTE E. ANDERSON 8 THOMAS E. ALLISON GARY J. AMMONS F' 1 T JANICE L. ANDERSON is pu.. a SUZANN E M. ANDERSON . 1967 'En Img! N JAMES C. BARONE DEBORAH M. BIRT DAVID C. BARKMAN DIANE M. BILLGREN HAROLD H. BERG 1 SYLVIA A. BOVA CONSTANCE C. CARLSON I0 vr'-H1 BRUCE R. CARLSON F.C.S BEVERLY J. DAVIS LYNN H. DAVIS 1967 LINDA E. ELMORE GARY C. GREENWALD ROSE MARY EKSTROM JOYCE E. FRANKSON PAUL A. ERLING F.C.S ROGER H. GREY KAREN S. HALLET LOUIS F. HOWARD I2 CHERYL J. HOWBRIDGE ANNE E. LOMBARDO 1967 RALPH J. LONG JR. GARY R. LYNN JOHN M. MCLAUGHLIN MERRI LOU MCKEEVER PAULA C. MAHONEY PATRICIA A. MILLER CLEO E. NOBBS CAROL A. OBERT SUSAN H. MUNGER F.C.S J EAN A. OLSON 1967 WILLIAM E. OSTHAGEN RUSSEL L. PAYNE TONI I O SAELI CHERYL L. POOLE RICHARD G. PETERSON I5 PAUL D. WAID DANIEL D. WALSH BETSY A. WARN MARILYN D. WHITE MICHAEL D. YAGER CAROL L. ZIMMERMAN JAMES H. ZIMMERMAN THE NI " CROWD Administration McGlick we Department of Education - Department of Recreation - Roddy Mr. Long Department of Revenge - Ozzie Destruction Vllzi, ,,., "Department of Sanitation - Yag Department of Mr. Bleachy gal SENIORS . . . CAUGHT IN THE ACT OF BEING THEMSELVES X Q. '. . double, double, toil and troublef' 10 eff. so fb 929 W, Q, O-I 'Fog iv, 56 we 667 OW h0'bfZ?766,O,6c1:8 . 2' Wh QQ fo ff Q 4 Q 1 01 W x 060 Off QQ' 63132, SO THIS IS PARIS . . . PRESENTED ON MARCH 11+ AND 5, 1966 FREWSBURC CENTRAL SCHOOL'S , I ' FIRST MUSICAL . . . . . . UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MR. RICHARD DIAMORE. EVENING Ol? THEATRE "Happy Journeyw with Dona Sisson, Paul Erling, Diane Billgren and Bruce Qarlson. . ' Y "Sorry, Wrong N umberw starring Betsy Warn. A "Marriage Proposal" with Merri-Lou McKeever, Giaydon Swanson, and Michael Yager. I I I I I I I ADMINISTRATION Education, in fulfillment of purpose, demands that every student understand certain fundamentals. The administration, realizing the urgent need for in- creased personal guidance, has planned a new addi- tion to F.C.S. which will facilitate individual and small-group teaching. Classes such as Mr. Eversonis reading lahs, encouraging this individual compre- hension, will be more common at Frewshurg Central. The ancient math theorem tells us that the whole is equal to the sum of its parts. The chain, on the other hand, is only as strong as its Weakest link. Indi- vidual talents and abilities must he trained and di- rected toward the common goal. Harmony and uni- son in action, as well as in song, rely on individual ef- fort and ability. Every man is an individual. Anxieties vary from person to person. Joy hinges on personal satisfaction. Relaxation takes on many different forms. The facul- ty, Without exception, is composed of individuals Whose anxieties are varied and Whose joys are found in ordinary means. ... ,..,,.M...,.....W, up 1 ADIVIINISTRATORS . . . UIYIFY THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS 26 SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Mr. Harry J. Murray HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Mr. Robert O. Woodard ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Mr. George Hussey BOARD OF EDUCATION I I GUIDANCE COUNSELOR I lVIr. Donald Barron l ROW I: Ruth Davis, Harold Munson, Isabella Lungren. ROW 2: Robert Marvell, Wilton Olson, Henry Cheney Harold Berg, and Harry Davis. 27 MR. PATRICK HEPINGER Math MRS. CAROL NOBBS Math - Latin MR. ROBERT GULVIN Driver Ed. 28 MR. RICHARD EVERSON English MR. CLIFTON BOWMAN English MR. FRANCIS PICARD French MRS. R UTH LINDELL Librarian MRS. HELEN DONALDSON English MR. LEE FLETCHER Math MR. DONALD BEMUS Science MR CHARLES WILFONG History MR. EVERETT SEASTROM History MISS JOANNE Phys. Ed. NELSON MISS CH ARLOTTE FULTON Business MRS. DORTHY l W1LCoX Biology MRS. DOROTHY PERKINS English - History MR. ROBERT JOHNSON Industrial Arts MR. DICK STEARNS Instrumental Music MR. THOMAS PATTERSON English - History MR. PATRICK SONGSTER Science MELVIN HEEDEN Art ROBERT SZAFRAN Science ROBERT ANDERSON History WILLIAM HAIR PhysicaI Education RICHARD D,AIVIORE VIRGINIA COOK Music Homcmaking -Q.. ANN PICARD ALBERTA MCLAUGHLIN Homemaking Homemaking SUSAN REIGER Business JAMES SCOFIELD Physical Education KINDERGARTEN: Miss Carolyn Spencer, Mrs. Joyce Emley, Miss Joyce Johnson, Mrs. Sally Saff rl: ROW l: Miss NancywSnow, Mrs. Dorothy Luke, Mrs. Claudia Ste phens ROW 2: Mrs. Lois Young, Mrs. Yolande Augusto GRADE 2: ROW l: Mrs. Margaret Nordland, Mrs. Jeanette Sheats ROW 2: Miss Judith Schirnp. Mrs. June Freehurg, M.rs. Suzanne Russell GRADE 3: ROW 1: Miss Mirola Orr. Mrs. Marguerite Shelters ROW 2: Miss Yvonne Anthony, Mrs. Sandra VanderSchaaff, Mrs. Louise Kimball 3l r UN DERC LAS SNEN 34 Il Compared to the immensity and complexity of our world, the individual may appear hopelessly insignif- icant. The mental developement of this seeming in- adequate individual has been solely responsible for the many advancements in the world. Intellectual growth is promoted not only by formal education, but also by the personal quest for knowledge. Life it- self is an experiment revealing only that which we in- dividually gain by experience. One day out of the year, "Be Kind to Senior Day," lndividuality, according to Webster s, 1S the sum of the characteristics that sets one person apart from the rest. Bermuda-shorts day and slacks day supply an opportunity for each person to enjoy an occasion- al relaxation from the general rules of dress. Such days provide not only a change in atmosphere, but also an outlet for the growth of individual expression. recognizes the individual accomplishments of the seniors. On this day the sophomores pay tribute to these accomplishments by fulfilling each menial task assigned them by the seniors. Marsha Craft John Dale Douglas Davis Richard Davis ROW 1: William Emley, James Frew, Jeff Frew ROW 2: James Berry, George Waite, Kevin Brown, Susan McCullough, Dennis Gregg, ROW 3: Alan Haley, Mayta Johnson 36 Jerry Barber Toni Burgett Morris Cheney Dana Coons Sharon Covey Pauline Abers Susan Abers Darlene Anderson Jim Anderson Judy Austin Keith Babcock Ronald Dennison Sallie Dill Sue Dunning Robert Erwin Thomas Fenton William Gulvin Deborah Haley Brian Horner ,lackiette Hotchkiss Rebecca Howbridge Bruce Hultberg Ruth' Johnson Karen Kauffman Donald Keefe Calvin Kline UNIOR . . GAIN Marjorie Swanson Sally Swanson Diane Walker John Westman Douglas Wickstrom Sharon Williams Bonita Owens Linda Samuelson Martha Sandberg Stephen Schultz William Smith Michael Michalski Terry Morgan David Olson Gary Olson KNOWLEDGE THROUGH EXTENSIVE STUDY Janet Little Ann Mahoney Michael Manzel Jerry Abbey Willis Adams Michelle Allison Larry Ammons Melanie Berg Wendell Berg Elmer Blood Mary Ann Bloomquist Gary Carlson Laurel Carlson Beverly ,Coons -' 45114 1' 'lip , . . - ,. :W e gwf ' .,,, ' ' 1 ff5ir' .V i if f Bruce Dudgeon Marjorie Dulmus Patrick Emley Dale Erwin Gene Fancher Laura Fisk Jeffrey Franklin , Daniel Griffin Patricia Hale ROW 1: Gary Walker, Jack Walker, Francis Zemnick ROW 2: Stephen ROW 1: Harold Lobb, Earl Shongo, Gary Billgren, Stanley Long, Ward, Larry Spontaneo, David Weaver, Robert Sukoski ROW 2: Terry Mara, Priscilla Johnson, Druscilla Niles, David Os- trander say - William Intihar James John Lero Johnson Y Sandy J osephson Christine Kidd Judy Kindland Carol Kobalka Charles Lee Sherrill Luce Robert Lund Suzanne McKeever Kevin McLaughlin Colleen Mills Howard Moore Theresa Murphy SOPI-IOMORES Betsy Ulofson Edward Petransky Michael Pillsbury Larry Poole John Roberts Rebecca Rohlee Patricia Seeley Daryl Smith Kim Smith Robert Smith Allen Stearns Donald Stormer Emily Swanson Jo Ann Swanson Georgia Sweatman Rose Mary Waid Donna Waite 1 .James Walker Kristine Williams John Youngberg Patricia Zembardo Sue Zimmerman ACQUIRE NECESSARY RESPONSIBILITIES 39 Jeffrey Eckman Stephen Eckman Marcus Edwards Rebecca Elmore David Fabich Jerry Frankson Penny Gardner Eleanor Griffin Michael Grundstrom Jack Culvin Alice Haller Ann Haller ROW 1: Roxanne Birt, Roger Valone, Donald Sherman, ROW 2: Bruce Johnson, Annette Waite, James Hayes, Margaret Frederes 40 Martha Anderson Sue Barkman Kathryn Bastian Judy Benson Carol Brown Donald Coe Marjorie Covey Dennis Davis John Davis Cynthia Eckman Deborah Hammond Janet Haskell Sandra Howbridge ,Jlynthia Johnson 'Patricia Johnson Thomas Josephson FRE Douglas Moore Penny Moore Stephen Moore John Nelson Todd Nelson Patrick Norrod Judy Oberg Debra Olmstead Robert Ulmstead Sue Paseo Doreen Pierce Kathy Pillsbury Terence Rabe Emma Rowley Ellen Sears Linda Sparks Linda Stearns Melinda Szarowicz Dennis Koteh Merry Kotch Kathleen Landy Dana Lindberg Diana Lindberg FRESHMEN CONFRONT NEW Keith Thompson William Turner Bruce Waid Ronald Waid Janice Walker ROW 1: Rodney Javens, Dennis TeCulver, Glenn Beardsley, Raymond Griffin, Charles Edwards, Michael Roberts, David Johnson, Phillip Gibbs, William Petransky, Gary Dove, Gayle Stearns, Beverly Pierce. ROW 2: Crystal Bennett, Susan Abbey, Deborah Goddard, Cynthia Haskell, Rebecca Shirley, Cynthia Jones, Deborah Wilcox, Brenda Pierce, Margaret Seeley, Susan Franklin, Jane Anderson, Linda Zimmerman, Helen John, Ruby Mighells. ROW 3: Paula Territo, Rita Nelson, Siri Berg, Deborah Martin, Deborah Beatty, Wanda Freeman, Linda Davis, Marilyn Anderson, Marcia Waite, Christine Lombardo, Brenda Simmons, Kathleen Burch. Barbara Barone, Linda Lindsay, Barbara Hammond, Brenda Haley. ROW 4: Rose Mary Davison, Sharon Garfield, Sandra Hallett, Sandra Shongo, Adrianne MacNeil, Cynthia Olson, Patricia McKeever, Pamela Hale, Mary Walsh, Lawrence Trask, Harry Berry, Rick Smith, David Stormer, Wesley Boss- man, Gregory Olmstead, Roger Miller, Mark Strong, David Schultz. ROW 1: Constance Kidd, Kathleen Dennison, Susan Territo, Susan Emley, Jean Treadway, Sally Boerma, Patricia Blood, Patricia Erwin, Catherine Carlson, Carol Hanson, Jessica Sanborn, Kathryn Dennison, Shelley Luce. ROW 2: Daniel Augusto, Mark Miller, Douglas Johnson, Kent Mara, Clyde Kepler, Timothy Berg, Jane Nelson, Cynthia Stanton, Mark Carlson, Kevin Saunders, Patricia Waite, Carol Bartch, Debo- rah Landy, Susan Phillips, Keith Hallett, Kenneth Burch, George Hamilton, Daniel Nelson. ROW 3: Charles Pierce, Steven Miller, James Kauffman, Rob- ert Conti, Shirley Walker, Christy Moore, Wendy Hale, Wendy Whitford, Michele Studd, Rosalie Va- lone, Betsy Johnson, Cheryl Grey, Marie Seeley, De- borah Barton, Denise Birt, Cheryl Nelson, Bessie Bennett, Steven Craft, Cay Kline, James Suckow, Brain Hurst. ROW 4-: Rebecca Bemus, Gloria Sher- man, Cynthia Boggs, Laura Grundstrom, Paula Jones, David Eckman, William Sweatman, James Griffin, Randall Haley, Scott Olson, Jeffrey Eckman, Jeffrey Walker, David Johnson, Bruce Waite, Carl Keualski, Dennis Fabich, Dale Burgett, Melanie Bar- ron, Jenifer Olson, Joan Olmstead, Patricia Dahl' gren, Katherine Hammond. ROW 5: Gary Koningi- sor, David McCullough, Lawrence lntihar, Kristine Eckman, Cynthia Ellis, Valarie Moore, Debra Hayes, Rolland Gates, Leo Himes,Joyce Walker, Charles Eck, Ronald Carley, David Johnson, Richard Grey, Gregory Mackie, Cindy Berg, Carol Ostrander, Irene Berg, Cindy Hotchkiss, Sandra States, Deborah Reynolds, April Clark, Darold Frantz, Douglas Bova. 42 Sth GRADE STRIVES FOR SUCCESS 7th GRADE . . . ENTHUSIASTICALLY ENTERS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 43 ACTIVITIES School activities provide a welcome change from ordinary classroom procedures. Each activity group consists of individuals, who have, by their choice, entered the activity in hopes of finding relaxation, gaining self-enjoyment, or acquiring a skill in a par- ticular field. Band provides an outlet for those with musical talents. Each band member gains a skill, never to be forgotten, that can provide both relaxa- tion and personal satisfaction. studentsl choice. Class plays represent more than money-making schemes. ln each play every student has an opportu- nity to participate in extracurricular activities, devel- op poise, put drama-study to practice, and achieve recognition before friends and parents. The noon-hour recreation program offers students a mid-day diversion from the tensions of classwork Depending on his personal choice, each student may play volleyball, dance, or just sit on the bleachers and chat with a friend. For this reason, no matter how few the people that dance, no matter how few people play volleyball, the noon hour recreation pro gram will never fail, for its activity represents the A f. ROW I: Rebecca Roblee, Treasurer, Michelle Allison, Secretary, ROW 2: Doug Davis, Vice President, James Barone, President, Mr. Heeden, Advisor. SENIOR TUDEO COUNCIL .. PROVIDES AIY OPPORTUNITY EOR STUDENT CREATIVITY AIYD PROGRESS Left to Right: Marilyn White, Rebecca Roblee, Debbie Birt, Sandra Josephson, Bill Smith, Jerrv Barber, Steven Shultz, Michael Watson, Gurv ' Greenwald, Bruce Dudgeon. J ' 46 Kathy UNIDR STUDE T COUNCIL . . THE FIRST EXPERIENCE IN STUDENT GOVERNMENT ROW l: Leo Himes. Linda Davis, Marcus Edwards, ROW 2: Dennis Davis, Jennifer Olson, William Turner, Patricia Dahlgren, Jeff Eckman Barbara Barone, Penny Moore. Landy. Pri-sidentg Annette Waite, Treasurerg Barbara Barone, Vice Presidentg Joan Olmstead, Secrelaryg Mrs. Perkins, Advisor. BAD . . . A CO-ORDINATION OF INDIVIDUAL EXPRESSION Larry Intihar, Bill Petransky, Wesley Bossman, and Greg Olmstead practice for Buglers Holiday. THE SENIOR BAND 48 ROW I: Kathy Landy, Sue Sjogren, Linda Samuelson, Annette Waite, Laurel Carlson, Colleen Mills, Sallie Dill, Ron Waid. ROW 2: Jack Gulvin, Keith Babcock, Edward Petransky, Bruce Waid, Mary Ann Bloomquist, Pat Zembardo, Stanley Long, Stew: Stahlmzm, ,lohn Davis, Kathy Bastian, Janice Walker. ROW 3: Dale Erwin, Bruce Dudgeon, Gary Carlson, Steve Moore, Bob Erwin, John Roberts, Mike Yager, Sharon Covey, Gary Greenwald, ,lerry Barber THE JUNIOR BAND ROW 1: Carol Bartch, Laura Grundstrom, Barbara Hammond, Rita Nelson, Sandy Hallett, Peggy Seeley. ROW 2: Don Nelson, Roger Miller, Jack Treadway, Dave Schultz, Carl Keualski, Wendy Witford, Debbie Landy, Kathy Hammond, Dale Burgett. ROW 3: Kathy Burch, Dennis Te Culver, Doug Frantz, Bill Petransky, Kenneth Burch, Brian Hurst, Leo Himes, Jeff Eckman, Larry lntiliar, Wesley Bossman, Greg Olmstead. ROW 4: Melanie Barron, Dave McCullough, Dave Johnson, Scott Olson, Jim Kauifman, Greg Mackie, Dave Johnson, Kevin Saunders. STANDING: Steve Miller, George Hamilton, Linda Wilcox, Mr. Stearns. ROW 1: Becky Elmore, Laura Swanson, Sue Paseo, Ellen Sears, Besty Warn, Christine Kidd, Cheryl Poole, Robert Lund, ROW 2: Bill lnlihar, Terry Rabe, Marjorie Covey, Peggy Frederes, Sandy Josephson, Bob Olmstead, Larry Poole, Bruce Carlson, Jim John, Mr. Stearns. ROW 3: Janet Little, Sue MCCullough, Howard Moore, Kim Smith, Toni Burgett, Wendy Berg, Lynn Davis, Bill Gulvin, Paul Waid, Ruth Johnson THE S UN OE USIC Michelle Allison: Accompanist THE MIXED CHORUS , ROW l: Michelle Allison, Judy Kindland, Sylvia Bova, Janice Anderson, Linda Samuelson, David Fabich, James Barone, Mr. D'Amore, Kathy Landy, Mary Ann Bloomquist, Sue Sjogren, Annette Waite, Martha Sandberg, Merri-Lou McKeever. ROW 2: Christine Kidd, Janice Walker, Mary Ann Turk, Marjorie Swanson, Rose Mary Ekstrom, Sue Munger, Cary Greenwald, Russell Payne, Howard Moore, Wendell Berg, Jerry Barber, Laura Swanson, Beverly Davis, Betsy Warn, Linda Elmore Carol Ohert, Judy Austin, Becky Roblee. ROW 3: Pat Miller, Sue Pasco, Diane'Billgren, Ellen Sears, Karen Hallett, Cheryl Poole, Bruce Carlson, Bruce Dudgeon, Robert Olmstead, Mike Yager, Bill lntihar, Sue Dunning, Sallie Dill, Col- leen Mills, Joyce Frankson, Jean Olson, Carol Zimmerman, Ann Mahoney, Laurel Carlson. ROW 4: Marjorie Covey, Sue Abers, Marsha Craft, Rosemary Waid, Paula Mahoney, Ann Lombardo, Pat Zembardo, Tom Fenton, Bob Sukoski, Roger Grey, Cary Olson, Paul Erling, Kim Smith, Sandy Josephson, Debbie Haley, Betsy Olofson, Connie Carlson, Sue Anderson, Janet Little, Sue McCullough, Debbie Birl, Ruth Johnson. 50 THE ENSEMBLE ROW 1: Kathy Landy, Merri-Lou McKeever, Karen Hallett, Janice Anderson. ROW 2: Sue Dunning, Diane Billgren, Sallie Dill, Mi- chelle Allison, ROW 3: Sue Abers, Laura Swanson, Betsy Warn, Judy Austin. ROW 4: Janet Little, Ruth Johnson, Sue McCullough, Marsha Craft. THE GIRL'S CHORUS t K i ROW 1: Pat Seeley, Michelle Allison, Linda Sparks, Daryl Smith, Alice Haller, Deborah Hammond, Pat Johnson, Judy Benson, Eleanor Griffin, Mr. D'Amore. ROW 2: Roxanne Birt, Melinda Szarowica, Sue Barkman, Judy Oberg, Emma Rowley, Peggy Lindsay, Beverly Coons, Sue McKeever, Carol Brown, Janet Haskell. ROW 3: Debbie Olmstead, Kathy Pillsbury, Tori Jo Saeli, Melanie Berg, Ann Haller, Sue Zimmerman, Merry Kotch, Marjorie Dulmus, Carol Kobalka, Jo Ann Swanson, Penny Gardner, Martha Anderson, Diana Lindberg. 5I DEBATE Pat and Steve prepare for their next victory. . . . INSPIRES STUDENTS TO MEET THE CHALLENGE ROW 1: Janet Haskell, Pal Miller, Margaret Lindsay, Emma Rowley, Ricky Davis. ROW 2: Calvin Kline, Mr. Everson, Dana Lindberg, Mr. Seastrum, Priscilla Johnson, Steve Schultz, Beverly Comms, james Barone. 52 HD OR OCIETY . . . UPHOLDS SCI-IOLASTIC STANDARDS OF F.C.S. Bev and Bill exemplify good leadership. ROW 1: Martha Sandberg, Cleo Nobbs, Sue Munger, Linda Elmoreg ROW 2: Deborah Birt, James Barone, Beverly Davis, Marilyn Whiteg BOW 3: Bill Smith, Mr. Barron, Cheryl Howbridge, Steve Schultz. 53 Last year the High School Bowl Won a sweeping victory by overcoming all opponents. The St. Bona- venture Alumni Trophy, two W-ITN trophies, and a complete set of Encyclopedia Britannica were awarded in recognition of this achievement. The ex- citement of competition created community interest and stimulated community pride in the scholastic at- tainments of the F.C.S. students. HIGH CHOOL BOWL . AFFORDS SCHOLASTIC RECOGNITION ROW 1: Mr. Woodard, Deborah Birt, Cleo Nohbs, Sharon Williams, William Smith. ROW 2: Stephen Schultz, Michael Michalski, Robert Smith, Wil- liam Gulvin. 54 ROW 1: Willis Adams, Stanley Long, Jeffrey Franklin, Gary Carlson. ROW 2: David Weaver, M.r. Rawson, Charles Lee, Steven Eckman, Pat Norrod. ROW l: Cleo Nohhs, Karen Kauffman, Pa- tricia Hale, Diane Walker, Beverly Davis, Ann Mahoney, Patty Zemhardo. ROW 2: Mrs. Nobhs, Carol Brown, Judy Austin, John Davis, Deborah Hammond, Emma lean Rowley, Linda Samuelson, Kim Smith. ROW 3: Marjorie Covey, Wil- liam Oulvin, Douglas Davis, Calvin Kline, Ruth Johnson, Sharon Covey. HI-Y TR HI ROW 1: Robert Lund, Patrick Emley, William lntihar, Dan Thomas. ROW 2: Don Keefe, Dana Lindberg, George Waite, Sherrill Luce, Calvin Kline, Stan- ley Long, Jerry Barber, Paul Erl- ing. ROW 3: Robert Sukoski, Bruce Dudgeon, Wendell Berg, Edward Petransky, William Gul- vin, Bruce Hultberg, Keith Bab- cock, Craydon Swanson, Michael Yager. ERVIIE CLUBS . . DEDICATED TO THE COMMUNITY I ROW l: Linda Samuelson, Marilyn White, Karen Kauffman, Linda Elmore, Mrs. Swanson, Martha Sukoski, Susan McCullough, Deborah Birt, Mary Ann Bloomquist. ROW 2: Karen Hallett, Martha Sandberg, Judy Kindland, Merri-Lou McKeever, Michelle Allison, Susan McKeever, Sue Dunning, Sallie Dill, Colleen Mills, Carol Zimmerman, Joyce Frankson, Jean Olson. ROW 3: Cleo Nobbs, Diane Billgren, Rebecca Howbridge, Mary Ann Turk, Rebecca Roblee, Cheryl Howbridge, Bonita Owens, Susan Munger, Laura Swanson, Beverly Davis, Rose Mary Ekstrom, Melanie Berg. ROW 4: Patricia Miller, Diane Walker, Ann Lombardo, Pa- tricia Hale, Sally Swanson, Jo Ann Swanson, Betsy Olofson, Susan Abers, Dona Sisson, Suzanne Anderson, Janet Little, Ruth Johnson, Toni Burgett. Q YEARBOOK STAFF During the production of our yearbook, each member of the yearbook staff has made his own per- sonal contribution - copy, layout, typing. Supervis- ing and coordinating the yearbook staff's efforts, Mr. Bowman has given of his time that our yearbook might bring more distinction to F.C.S. ROW l: Laura Swanson, Carol Zimmerman. ROW 2: Paul Erling, Louie Howard, Merri-Lou Mclieever, Diane Billgren, Linda Elmore, Susan Munger Cleo Nobbs, Janice Anderson. ROW 3: Betsy Warn, Gary Greenwald, James Barone, Bruce Carlson, Debbie Birt, Mr. Bowman. ROW 4: Marilyn White Pat Miller, Cheryl Howbridge, lean Olson. SCIE CE CLUB . . . EXCITES QUECSTIONINC 58 VAR ITY CL B . . SHOOTS LIFE INTO F.C.S. ROW 1: Doug Davis, Linda Samuelson, Mr. Hair, Judy Kindland, John Wcstman. ROW 2: Larry Ammons, Sandra Josephson, Laura Swanson, Mar- tha Sandberg, Keith Babcock. ROW 3: Pat Emley, Betsy Olofson, Patricia Hale, Karen Kauffman, Kevin Brown. ROW 4: Dale Erwin, David Bark- man, Mike Yager, Bill lntihar, John Roberts, Gary Greenwald, Jerry Barber, Bill Emley. ROW 5: Kevin McLaughlin, Dave Ostrander, Paul Erling, Wendy Berg, Bob Erwin, Bill Smith, Dave Olson, Lynn Davis. ROW 6: Larry Spontaneo, Gary Walker, Stephen Schultz, John Dale, Mike Michal- ski, Jim Walker, Mike Manzel, Gary Olson. ROW 1: Marilyn Anderson, Linda Davis, Rita Nelson, Brenda Simmons, Mr. Bemus, ROW 2: Jack Gulvin, William Gulvin, Janet Haskell, Eleanor Griffin, Margaret Lindsay, Calvin Kline, Margaret Seeley. ROW 3: Robert Olmstead, Tereance Rabe, Stanley Long, Dana Lindberg, Marjorie Covey, John Davis, Michael Grundstrom, Janice Walker, Ruby Mighills. . ' CAMERA CLUB . . . sHooTs INTO F.C.s. LIFE Mark and Dana prepare pictures for final printing. Louie inspects negatives. ROW l: .lean Olson, Sue Sjogrcn, Marcus Edwards, Calvin Kline, Dona bisson, Mr. bongster. KUW Z: W1lil3IH Lfuivin, James Darone Dana Lindberg. Douglas Wickstrom, Bruce Carlson, Louis Howard. ATHLETICS The individual is the backbone of sports. On the football team each man must personally fulfill his as- signments: block, tackle, fake. All too often, should one individual fail to perform his duties exactly or completely, the play, and perhaps even the game, is lost. Track is no different from football in this re- spect, one man individually strains his endurance to overcome his opponents and to fulfill his assignment. To win, each individual must do his best. A cheerleader is not a leader of the masses. She is, on the other hand, that individual Who is capable of drawing from the spectator his personal enthusiasm for his team. The cheerleader combines an army of individual encouragement to strengthen the team and to add excitement to the game. ' x 1 g:g,g,sss xp: t X Ml' is lndividualism is indeed the basis of a team, but teamwork teaches us something far greater than sports: to channel our personal efforts toward the common goal. Just as the baseball player employs the sacrifice to advance a teammate, so in life We can act individually for the general welfare. Babe Ruth was a member of a team for the greater part of his life, and yet he is remembered as an outstanding individual. Our individuality loses nothing by Working for the common good, and may, in fact, gain everything. FOOTBALL Frewsburg's defense shatters Northern Area's lines. Coach Hair instills precision through practice. ROW 1: Cary Greenwald, Kevin Brown, David Barkman, James Hayes, Jerry Barber, Harold Lobh, ROW 2: William Emley, Larry Spontaneo, Paul Erling, Wendell Berg, William Smith, Lynn Davis, Douglas Davis, ROW 3: Coach Anderson, Gary Walker, Mike Miohalski, John Westman, Coach Hair, Gary Olson, Michael Manzel, James Walker, Coach Wilfong. 62 T OPNOTCH ACTION ON THE GRIDIRON MANAGERS: Leo Himes, Bruce Waid, Dennis Davis, David John- ' son, Greg Mackie. if, ,ii, ,K Coaches Anderson and Wilfong engender team enthusiasm. L l ROW 1: David Fabich, Todd Nelson, Patrick Emley, Robert Lund, Patrick Norrod. ROW 2: Donald Sherman, Steven Eckman, Douglas Moore, Thomas Jose- phson, Robert Manzcl, Ronald Waid. ROW 3: Michael Pillsbury, Howard Moore, Robert Smith, James John, Coach Anderson, James Frew, Donald Coe, Jeffrey Frew, John Nelson. 63 INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE LEADS TO TEAM EFFORT BASKETBALL . . . DEMANDS MENTAL AND PHYSICAL ALERTNESS ' 7th A D Sth GRADE Cindy Olson, Jane Anderson, Sharon Garfield, Jean T11-adway, Dennis Davis, Robert Smith, Richard Davis, and Leo Himes Cindy Jones, and Cathy Dennison. ROW 1: Dennis Faint-li, James lqillllilllllilll, Robert Conti, James Griffin, Dennis TC'ClllYPI', Brian Hurst, Timothy Berg. William ljetrzirisky, Daniel Nelsol George Hamilton, Gary Dove. ROW 2: Mr. ,l2il5li50l'l, David Johnson, Marla Strong, Rivliard Grey, Leo HllllL'S, Greg Mackie, loflrey Walker, Curl Kelwnsk Rodney Javens, Sam Messenger, Javlx Treeulway. 68 i i J.V. ROW 1: Dennis Davis, Pal Emley, Larry Poole. ROW 2: William lntihar, Dale Erwin, Ron Walid, Todd Nelson, Kevin McLaughlin. ROW 3: Bill Smith, Jeff Frew, John Dale, James Walker, Bruce Hultberg, Jerry Barber KEVIN MCLAUGHLIN COACH HAIR K 1 1 ROW 1: Sue Sjogren, Emily Swanson, Colleen Mills, Emma Rowley. ROW 2: Rebecca Roblee Kathy Bastian, Laurel Carlson 69 LARRY AMMONS BILL EMLEY MIKE MANZEL JOHN WESTMAN in 'rm -' ROW 1: Martha Sandberg, Linda Samuelson, Judy Kindland, Laura Swanson. ROW 2: Karen Kauffman, Sandy Josephson, Pat Hale, Betay Oldfson. JEFF FREW VAR ITY DOUG DAVIS MR. HEPINGER DON COE BURDETTE ANDERSON 4 GARY OLSON MIKE MICHALSKI BASEBALL . STRESSES COOPERATION AND TIMING Dave feels the pressure of a 3-2 pitch. ROW I: Stephen Schultz, Dave Ostrander, Kevin Brown, Larry Arnmons, Kevin McLaughlin. BOW 2: Coach Scofield, John Westman, Ron Oberg, Douglas Davis, Wendy Berg, Bill Emley. A A John eyes the strike zone. Bill stretches for the third out. Doug, Larry, and Kevm concentrate on a close play. 73' ,, , .L BurdetLe's lightning serveg Rick readies for the return. TENNIS A FAST GAME OF TENNIS TO PRODUCE SPORTSMANSHIP AND QUICK REFLEXES ROW 1: Mike Yager, Paul Erling, Mr. Fletcher. ROW 2: Brian Champlin, Burdette Anderson, Richard Davis. Ab- sent: Dave Barkman. 74 Pa l7s agility leads to vieto if TRACK . . . TO AROUSE COMPETITIVE SPIRIT 'S Jerry expertly clears the bar. Jim strains for a new record. - ROW 1: Keith Babcock, Dale Erwin, Robert Lund, Dennis Gregg, Larry Poole, Steve Stahlman. ROW 2: John Youngberg, Bob Kauffman, John Roberts, Mike Pillsbury, Jerry Barber, Larry Spontaneo, Paul Erling, Bob White. BOW 3: Mr. Hair, Bob Erwin, Bob Smith, Brian Greenwald, Doug Davis, Gary Walker, Mike Michalski, John Dale, jim Walker, Cary Olson. 75 COMMUNITY LIFE 76 Y Myers Memorial Library represents the communi- tyis interest in the education of Frewsburg's young people and the opportunity for everyone to culturally expand his horizons. Each new volume added to this library displays the increased concern of our commu- nity for individual knowledge. The greatest influences on an individual stem from his home. To the students of Frewsburg Cen- tral, the community of Frewsburg is our home, and its influence upon us as individuals is not hard to dis- cern. Business, education and religion have left their imprint on the students of F.C.S. Businessmen make their contribution, in part, by giving students em- ployment opportunities which provide practical ex- perience for later life and, in many cases, money that a deserving student requires for further education. Area businessmen are vitally concerned with the fu- ture welfare of Frewsburg's young individuals. ln our town, as in every town, the church is not only a spiritual center for individual faith, but also a source of unity. By bringing together people from diverse social, economic, and cultural backgrounds and by joining all in a common bond of faith, the church becomes a persistent force for brotherhood throughout the community. Congratulations from FREWSBURG LANES l8 W. Main Street Frewsburg, N.Y. ' Compliments of SEEHAUSEN T.V. 'Your RCA Color TV Dealer THE IVORY STORE on the way to the Kinzua Dam Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. General Merchandise PAT and DALE RATH MAYNARD ATKINS Electrical Contracting Frewsburg, New York BETTS MACHINE CO. Warren, Pennsylvania since l 901 Congratulations to the Senior Class CAFETERIA STAFF ALTA'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS "Flowers Say It With Love" 569-5075 Best Wishes PETERSON FUNERAL HOME Frewsburg, New York Compliments of a FRIEND CLAR-VI SHOPPE Dresses - Sportswear - Purses Jewelry - Lingerie WALT'S CAR EXCHANGE 2505 Washington Street Jamestown, New York Congratulations Class of "67" Compliments of MAHONEY'S LIQUOR STORE GENE and PAUL Congratulations from GORDON'S BARBER SHOP Best Wishes from THE CARROLL SHOP Frewsburg's busy department store WEISER'S GROCERIES Soft Drinks School Supplies lce Cream Full line Groceries . HILDOM BLOCK CO., INC. R.D. 412 Jamestown, N.Y. STROUT REALTY TWIN AUTO WRECKING Best of Luck to The Best Wishes Class of "67" 9 East Main Street Frewsburg New York Compliments of SWANSON'S POTATO c""P5 L. B. MACKIE NURSERY Congmllgallons Ornamental and Foundation lo l e Evergreens Class of 1967 45 Pearl St. Oak Hill Road Frewsburg Frewsburg, N.Y. 596-4961 if A - Best Wishes to the Class of l967 JAMESTOWN RENDERING CO. Frewsburg New York Congratulations to the Senior Class OBERG BROTHERS BUILDERS Congratulations Class of "67" ., ..,.1f,:i.. x OSTRANDER LUMBER CORPORATION ERNEST L. DANIELSON .DANIELSON'S FRIENDLY SERVICE Main 8. Institute Sts. Frewsburg, New York BU D MARV ROSS SHOES Southside Plaza open nightly 'till 9:00 P.M. Famous Name Brands Women - Life-Stride, Air-Step Men - Florsheim, Roblee Children - Buster Brown Hush Puppies for the entire family Midland Charge or Personal Charge Accounts Available Congratulations 8- Best Wishes to the Seniors from SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL DAYS COMMERCIAL STATIONERY 303 Lafayette Street Jamestown, New York ' FRANTZ RADIO 8: T.V. Sales 8m Service Philco T.V. and Appliances I62 Ivory St., Frewsburg, New York Phone - 569-5763 LEE'S BARBER SHOP I6 Main Street Frewsburg, New York Best Wishes in the Future Compliments of f""" MOORE'S HARDWARE B. N. s. B. Esso STATION 84 46-60 Main Street Frewsburg, New York Compliments of the RIO RESTAURANT Frewsburg New York CHUCK'S SERVICE General Repair, Automatic Transmission Welding, and Front Alignment 24 Hour Wrecker Service Route 62, Frewsburg Compliments of FREWSBURG KENDALL TERRACE GARDENS SERVICE One Mile South of Frewsburg, New York Frewsburg New York Corner of Main and Center Best Wishes to the UGS? of '67 STRANDBURG'S 'om wi-loLEsAl.E MEATS .IUI.IA'S RESTAURANT R.D. 3 Jamestown, N.Y. Phone 456-I422 15 Center St. Frewsburg, N.Y. ANDERSON'S Congratulations Class RESTAURANT Of I967 from the 2 Main Street Frewsburg, New York FREWSBURG FIREMAN'S AUXILIARY Best Wishes 'ro The Senior Class Carnival - Old Home Week June 21-24 FREWSBURG FIRE CQMPANY, INC Congratulations to the Class of 1967 . . . TODAY'S GRADUATES, THE BUILDERS OF A GREATER JAMESTOWN AREA TOMORROW . . . THE JAMESTOWN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC. 101 West Fifth Street Jamestown, New York Best Wishes Congratulations to the Class ot I967' from SHOTCRETE SERVICE FREWSBURG FACULTY ASSOCIATION Frewsburg, New York "Beauty is our duty!" BLAIR FUNERAL HOME GOOD LOOK BEAUTY NOOK 8 Water Street Frewsburg New York 16 Carroll St. Frewsburg Phone 569-5813 Best Wishes TWIN AUTO WRECKING Frewsburg, New York Compliments of LlON'S CLUB Our Sincere Congratulations To the Class of I967 VAC AIR ALLOYS CORPORATION " sw Best Wishes From THE PASTOR AND PARISHIONERS OUR LADY OF VICTORY CHURCH Frewsburg, New York NELSON BROTHERS EXCAVATING FREWSBURG CENTRAL VARSITY LETTER CLUB A Service Organization to promote worthy school proiects and honor those individuals representing our school in athletics. Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 CONGRATULATIONS 1' I'I"l CI f 67 JUNICR STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Yearbook Staff would like to thank the following patrons: Compliments of Mr. Mr. cmd Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. BARONE'S MEAT MARKET and Mrs. Lou Clark William L. Barkman Raymond Birt Clifton Bowman Walter Carlson Mrs. Helen Donaldson Frewsburg, New York Mrs. Violet Elmore Reverend and Mrs. Bertil A. Erling Mr.' and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Besf Wishes Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. AMERICAN LEGION Mrs- Dorothy POST 556 Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frewsburg, N.Y. Richard Everson C. Edward Greenwald William Hair Robert C. Johnson Robert McLaughlin Ernest Miller Wayde Munger Perkins Theodore Rininger Everett Seastrum Oscar H. Swanson Avary White Robert O. Woodard Leslie Wilcox Best Wishes to the Class of 1967 . ...aw Q.. THE LAMP PCST MOTEL AND APRON SHOPPE c: QTI1' Tfh CI H967 f PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOCIATICN 'WWW if H I CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF YOU I967 F.C.S. GRADUATES Our Message to All Graduates: No, you can't "buy"Ihappiness BUT iust strive for a spotless reputation, ,good companionship, a genuine faith and belief in God and the hereafter - and REAL HAPPINESS WILL BE YOURS. "Always Be True To Your Own Conscience" FREWSBURG PHARMACY Phone 569-4525 Frewsburg, N.Y. Dedicated to PLANNED Prescription Excellence INDIVIDUALISM BUT RELIANCE Throughout our Senior Leaves, We have stressed the importance of the individual. This individual, however, can never be com- pletely independentg for his relationships with others teach him the value of eo- operation and team effort. True individual- ism then, is attained through interdepen- deney. No man is an island, entire of itselfg Every man is a piece of the Continent, a part of the main. 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