Glens Falls High School - Red and Black Yearbook (Glens Falls, NY)
- Class of 1961
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THE SENIOR CLASS
GLENS FALLS HIGH SCHOOL
Glens Falls, New York
The years spent at Glens Falls High School have been of great
value to us, the Class of 1961. We have not only expanded our
academic knowledge, but we have learned lessons that will help us
throughout the rest of our lives.
When we entered high school as sophomores, little did we realize
that school has a twofold purpose: to teach academic subjects and
to prepare students to face the future as mature adults. The faculty
members of Glens Falls High have done just this. In addition to
academic growth, they have molded our characters through athletics,
music, dramatics, and clubs. Each school organization we have
belonged to has taught us that we must work together to achieve
anything that is worthwhile. Whether working together in decorating
for a dance, practicing with a team, or rehearsing for a play, 'we
have experienced teamwork and gained sportsmanship.
When we enter the adult world, we will take with us these three
good years of academic and social experience. We, the Class of 1961,
are confident that the training we have received in Glens Falls High
has successfully prepared us to assume the responsibilities of citizen-
ship in a troubled age.
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THE FACULTY .
SCHOOL LIFE .
ATHLETICS . .
ORGANIZATIONS . .
MUSIC AND DRAMATICS .
STUDENT LIFE .
Juniors . .
THE COMMUNITY .
Without a captain, an experienced crew, and a route mapped by
navigators, a sailing schooner would never reach its destination. So
it is with students. Unless they have the guidance of well-trained,
understanding counselors and instructors, they may flounder in the
turbulent sea of life.
We have been guided by wise and competent teachersg they
steered us through our uncertain sophomore yearg they counseled us
as we came to face the more mature problems of our choice of college
and future occupationsg they shared in our extracurricular activities
by giving us advice. Let us not look blindly at our own successes
without considering those who too often go unrewarded for the many
hours they have spent with us. The guidance and understanding that
the faculty and administration have given us has surely contributed
to the betterment of our characters and to the enrichment of our
minds. Their wisdom will guide us in the future and we shall strive
to acknowledge our appreciation to our teachers by making them
proud of our future accomplishments.
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DOUGLASS B. ROBERTS, B.S., A.M., Ed.D.
-Tufts University 3 Harvard University.
To the Class of 1961:
As you approach graduation you have my
sincere congratulations. Achieving this land-
mark has been hard Work and has had, I know,
its moments of despair and uncertainties as
Well as pride and happiness. I trust that the
efforts of your teachers, the friendships you
have shared, and above all the satisfaction that
comes from successfully facing a real challenge
with your eyes open and your head up, have
combined to make your years in the Glens
Falls Schools a richly rewarding foundation for
what lies ahead.
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The Board of Education, a group of our community's leading civic-minded citizens, give generously of their
time for planning the future course of education in the Glens Falls Schools. Members are, left to right: Fabian
O. Ducharme, A. William Cohn, Francis W. McGinley, Douglass Crockwell, Mrs. Grace M. VanWirt, Presi-
dcntg John W. Glass, Robert A. Churchill, Clerk of the Board, Douglass B. Roberts, Superintendent of
Schools, Dr. John W. Canaday. Absent: Merritt E. Scoville, Donald E. Reutershan.
Russell M. L. Carson, at the time of his
death, had been a member of the Glens
Falls Board of Education for 36 years and
had served as its president from 1937-1941.
His influence on the members of the
Class of 1961 Was great. Those of us who
knew him personally benefited from his
Warm friendliness and his genuine interest
in young people. In addition, all of us have
profited from his progressive outlook, un-
derstanding guidance, and dedicated service
that did so much to mold the schools that
have played so large a part in making us
what we are.
MISS ANN J. McCREA
RUSSELL M. L. CARSON
Ann J. McCrea taught business subjects
in the Glens Falls High School from 1918
until her retirement in 1958. From 1920,
she served as head of the department. Vi-
tally interested in each pupil and always
Willing to give individual help, she trained
her students Well to serve the myriad needs
of local businessmen Who depended on her
Although her first loyalty Was to the
business department, her interest in other
aspects of education was profound. She at-
tended athletic contests With regularity,
frequently as a chaperone. Before her death,
she was active in transcribing children's
stories into braille.
Certainly, her devotion to young people
has established a tradition Worthy of
WILLIAM H. BROWN, A.B.,
A.M. -- Dartmouth Collegeg
Teachers College, Columbia
To the Class of 1961:
As you approach graduation, you may have a feeling of relief that assign-
ments and tests are nearly over. Although I. Wish you success in meeting the
tests that are immediately before you, I would not be limited to them, for I
know that you are not through with being tested.
Whether you are taking further education or are on a job or are making a
home, you will be -learning, and you will be tested in one way or another all
through your life.
I can wish no better thing for you than this: that in whatever situation
you find yourselves in the years to come, you will continue to learn and you
will meet the tests as responsible citizens.
A. ADRIANCE, B.A..
- SUNY, College of Edu-
at Albany: University of
, History: Senior Class
MICHAEL J. ANTHONY, JR., FRED A. ARCORACI, B.S., RICHARD E. BACKER, B.S.,
BB. in Vocational-Industrial Ed- M.S. - SUNY, College of Edu- M.S. in Ed. - Ithaca College:
ucation - SUNY, College of cation at Albany: Business Alfred University: Physical Edu-
Education at Oswego: Industrial Subjects and Driver Training: cation: Baseball, Wrestling, and
Arts. Red and Black Adviser. Assistant Football Coach.
Mr. BroWn's 5th period American History class does research on the Presidential election.
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IENEVIEVE E, HAZINET,
3.A., M.A. Y Cornell University:
SUNY, College of Education at
Llbany: Latin and History:
Sophomore Class Adviser.
CLIFFORD K. BOSWORTH, ROBERT BOYER, B.S. - Le- RAYMOND E. BROWN, B.A.,
B.S., M.A. - Rhode Island State Moyne College: Mathematics: M.A. - Harvard University:
College: Teachers College, Co- Co-Sponsor, Bowling. History: Sponsor, World Affairs
lumbia University: Chemistry. Forum: Track and Cross Country
BERNICE C. BUSH, A.B., B.S. in
Library Science - Syracuse Univer-
sity: SUNY, College of Education at
Albany: Librarian: Sponsor, Library
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RUTH M. BUSSEY, B.S., M.A.-
SIINY, College of Education at
Albany: Teachers College, Columbia
JAMES J. CAFARO, B.S., M.S.4
SUNY, College of Education at
Albany: Business Subjects: Co-
Sponsor, Bowling: Auditor of Student
ALAN D. CEDERSTROM, B.S.
Ed., Ed.M.-University of Mainf
Mathematics and Biology: Sponst
Outing Club: Tennis and Assists,
Sharon Joubert and Sara Cutshall go over schedule changes with
Mrs. Lamb, our guidance counselor.
BETTY L. CORNELL, B.S., M.A.-
Ithaca College: New York Univer-
sity: Physical Education: Sponsor,
Girls' Athletic Club and Cheerleaders.
ANN G. CROMIE, B.A., M.A.- ROBERT F. CUBBINS, B.A., M.Ed.
College of St. Rose: French: Spon- -St. Lawrence University: English:
sor, French Club. Assistant Football Coach.
ELIZABETH ANN DODDS, BJ
M.A.-Wooster College: Cornell Ur
versity: History: Sponsor, Stude
Council and American Field Servii
NELL P. DUELL - BASIL S. DWYER, B.A., M.A.- EUGENE H. FELLERS, B.A., MARK W. FREEMAN, A.B., Ed.M.
Assistant Librarian. Bowdoin College: Bates College: Ed.M.- Baldwin-Wallace College: --Tufts University: English: Spon-
History: Assistant Football Coach. University of Virginia: University of sor, Ski Club.
Wisconsin: History and German:
Sponsor, German Club: Assistant
"It's the rule!" This is a familiar saying to the 6th period
advanced algebra students.
HELEN S. GAHIMER, B.S., Ed.M. JOHN GALLUCCI, B.F.A., M.A.H STANLEY GERICKE, B.S., M.A.- EDGAR J. GRANT, B.S.-SUNY,
4Skidmore College: Harvard Uni- Syracuse University: New York Uni- New York University: Concert and College of Education at Oswego and
versity: Business Subjects: Junior versity: Art: Sponsor, Art Club: Marching Bands: Sponsor, Dance Buffalo: Driver Training and Wood-
Class Adviser: Co-Sponsor, Future Red and Black Art Adviser. Band and Drum Majorettes. shop.
Teachers of America.
HOVVARD E. GROUT, B.S., M.A.,
MARJORIE H. GROUT, B.S.-Uni-
NORMAN A. HARVEY, A.B., M.D. HILDA ENNIS HAYES, A.B.-
M.Ed.-University of Massachusetts, versity of Massachusetts, Homemak- -Vyesleyan University, Long Island SUNY, College of Education at Al
Amherst College, Harvard Univer- ing. Medical School, Health Supervisor. bany: English, Sponsor, Georgi
sity: Biology, Co-Sponsor, Future
Teachers of America.
As her 5th period homcmaking girls look through pattern books,
Mrs. Grout stands by ready to give advice on fabrics and designs.
THOMAS A. LACOMBE, R.A.-St.
Edwards University, History and
BERNARD LaMAY, B.S., M.S.-
Ithaca College, SUNY, College of
Education at Albany, Director of
Physical Education, Coach, Football,
Basketball, Golf, Sponsor, Varsity
HELEN M. LAMB, B.A., M.A.- HAROLD M. LONG, B.A.,
Skidmore College: SUNY, College of Colgate University, Teachers
Education at Albanyg Guidance. Columbia University,
rector, ITWA Program,
BEATRICE MABLE, B,A.-SUNY, JOHN J. MORGENSTERN, B.S., GEORGE Y. MUSE, B.S., M.A.'-- LAWRENCE F, NEWCOMB, B.A.,
College of Education at Albany, Ph.D.--Columbia Universityp Uni- Emory University: Columbia Uni- 1VI.A. in Erl. SUNY, College of Erl-
Mathematies. versity of Toulouse: University of versity, Physicsg Assistant Track uczxtion at Allurnyg Cornell Univer-
Erlinlwurgh, Psychologist. Coach, Sponsor, Science Club. sity, English.
So this is what is taught in biology! Contrary to what it seems, this class is learning
something - the difference between simple reflex and learned response.
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FLORENCE T,RANDERSON, B.A., LOUISE H. REED, R.N.-Albany ROBERT H. REID, B.B.A., M.S.- WALTER H. ROBINSON, RS,-
M.A.fSUNY, College of Education Hospital Training School for Nurses, YVestminster College, SUNY, College SUNY, College of Education at Al-
at Albanyg English, Health and Attendance. of Education at Albanyg Business banyg Teachers College, Columbia
Subjects and D.E.g Red and Black Universityg Mechanical Drawing ancl
Ad Adviser. Driver Training.
WALTER T. ROBINSON, B.S.,
M.S.-SUNY, College of Education
at Oswego and Albany, Machine
Shop and Guidance.
JOHN L. VAN DER VOORT, B.A., NOLA L. WENTWORTH, B.S. in MAURICE C. WHITNEY, B.S
M.A. - Colgate University, Clark Ed., M.A.--Boston University, Eng- M.A.+Ithaca College, New York
University, English, Sponsor, Soph- lisli, Sponsor, National Honor So- University, Orchestra and Choir
ornore Drainatics Club, Adviser, ciety. Sponsor, Octet.
Senior Pageant Writing Committee.
ALICE S. SAND, B.A.-Syracuse REGINALD F. SHULTZ, B.S., M.A. ,
University, University of Michigan, -Central Normal College, Teachers '
University of Grenoble, France, College, Columbia University, Busi-
French. ness Subjects, Assistant Baseball
The 7th period typing class
seems to enjoy Working on
speed and accuracy sentences
., HAROLD A. WILLIAMS, BS 1
Ed., M.Ed.-Syracuse University S
, Lawrence University, Physical Edu
cation, Director of Adult Education
JV Basketball Coach.
MURIEL R.. STARK, B.S.-Syracu
University, Speech and Drama
Sponsor, Junior-Senior Dramati
Club, Speaker's Corps, Assemb
Left to Tight: Frances Garrow, Ger-
trude Bigelow, Geraldine Chandler,
Bernice Carlisle. Absent: Gladys
Seated, left to right: Crannell Pot-
ter, Leonard Baker, Director.
Standing: Joseph DuFour, John
Smith, William Quinn, Roscoe
Absent: Charles Robertson.
PHYLLIS ANDERSON LOIS G. CLEMENTS-
- Guidance Secretary, Principa1's Secretary
Ici on parle francais. These third year French students listen intently to a recording
before answering some oral comprehension questions
One group of boys in Mr.
Anthony's 7th period Auto
Mechanics class work ona 6
cylinder Ford Umock-up" en-
gine while another group of
boys work on the brake drum
of a car.
"Did I ever tell you about the time that Ben Franklin spent the night at Win
Mr. Dwyer's 4th period American History class works on their weekly Scmof
Mr. Robinson prepares to
out a driving class. In the
control training car, these
Coe-ducational gym classes are a familiar sight on Fridays. During the late fall
and winter months, students enjoy volleyball, square dancing, and tumbling.
learn how to drive safely
Moments of leisure! La Joie de Vivre. "We're roughing it. How about you?"
"Okay, who's hiding?"
Le Penseur- our version of Rodinls "All right you guys. Fm boss here "Just a little more hair. It'll be
famous statue. . . . see!" perfect."
right now. Just one shot!" "Okay boys . . . you got me!" "A penny for your thoughts?"
"Anything you can do, I can do better!,'-
"All my grades are on. The die is
"The pause that refreshes!" "Go West young man! Go West!' cast.
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Hey Boss, she can't speak English!"
"Ah theater! theater! VVh:1t I suffer for thee."
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Oh! the pena1ty's on us. Good form, John
"Dig coaches dig - It's a long way to China!" "What a time to be caught flat footedf'
"Best foot forward girls!"
"Roll him Over, J0hI1iH "If at first you don't succeed, try again!"
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Smiles, frowns, and sighs of relief "It's 8:15 a.m. and time for your morning notices."
tell us it's report card day.
"This means another 8:05 for you."
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the Annual Conference at Union College. W0111d YOU, Walteffw
I have drawn seven 'T' ac-
counts on the blackboard," says
Mr Reid. When the black-
board is used, the teacher re-
peats what is written so that
Mary Lou can follow along.
What's going on here? Oh, it's Mary Lou - or L
should we say the Executone. A few of her friends
are catching up on the news. Left Lo right: Cindy Mary Lou hears everything that goes on in the
Kingsley, Jana Fahey, Norma Shimas, Shirl classroom - even the whispers.
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Six years ago the Glens Falls Board of Education accepted the proposal
that the Executone be used as a means of providing an education beyond eighth
grade for handicapped children in the school district. The Executone, which
is an intercommunication system consisting of a private telephone line from the
school to the home, is an innovation in the education of handicapped people.
The first Executone in the Glens Falls area was installed by the New York
Bell Telephone Company in the home of Mary Louise St. John. Mary Lou,
who is a member of the graduating class, says, "This means of securing an
education is a miracle - one that would not be possible without the constant
co-operation of the administration and faculty of the school."
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The diversified athletic program our school offers gives every
student an opportunity to participate in intramural or interschool
sports. In football, basketball, baseball, wrestling, track, tennis,
golf, and bowling, a spirit of cooperation is developed. By partici-
pating in such activities we learn how to play fairly, how to accept
victory proudly, but not arrogantly, and how to accept defeat humbly.
Together, both the players and spectators bear the pride of
victory and the burden of defeat. It is the good sportsmanship by
both groups that helps to lay the foundation for successful teams.
Our coaches, in helping to build better bodies, are always working to
build better people, too, for they are mindful of the moral and mental,
as Well as the physical development of every individual. Many of us
owe much to the athletic training given at good old Glens Falls High.
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First row. left to right: Mr. Fellers and Mr. Dwyer, assistant coaches, Coach Putt LaMay, Chris Hallenbeck and Brian Wilsey,
co-captainsg Mr. Backer and Mr. Cubbins, assistant coachesg Ronnie Burdo, manager. Second row: Jon Hurwitz, David
Eastwood, Nelson Gause, Neild Waterman, Bruce Coon, Michael Lebowitz, Gerald Chandler, Calvin Tucker, Skip Potter, Ken
Seeber. Third row: Pat Wright, Mike Smith, Todd Zenger, Andy Garand, Neil Davis, Brian Nichols, Walter Harrison, Pat
Mudgette, Dave Usher, Jim Whitney, Tom Marchewka. Fourth row: Gene Cimini, Dave Clark, Bill Bemis, John Weber, Dale
Comar, Joe Carusone, Neil Goodrich, Steve Kelly, Joe Monsour, Chuck Westfall. Fifth row: Dean Howland, Gary
Davignon, Don Maynard, Tom Charlebois, David Brower, Pete Lemery, Dave Chagnon. Richard Collin, Bill Garrow, Lawrence
Barker. Sixth row: Jim Barber, Jim May, David Reynolds, Mike Chandler, Bruce McElmon, Dave Usher, David Duell, Peter
Partridge, Ricky Nathan, Randy Glenn. Seventh row: Steve Craig, Larry Morrow, Bob Vosburgh, Barry Suckman, Fred
Ramsey, Brian Clements, Wayne Chagnon, Daryl Blake, Ray McCoy, Tommy Noonan.
Off to a fast start, winning their first five games, the Indian gridiron eleven suffered heartbreaking set-
backs in their last two games to finish the Northern Conference race in the runner-up spot.
The highlight of the season came when the Indians knocked Northern Conference Co-champion White-
hall from the ranks of the undefeated. Defeat at the hands of Hudson Falls came only after a 60 yard pass
play with minutes remaining to be played in the game, while the loss to the Kerries resulted from the extra
point conversions and a last quarter goal-line stand.
Field general Chris Hallenbeck was supported in the backfield by such staunch TD marchers as Mike
Smith, Cal Tucker, Todd Zenger, and Neild Waterman. Up front on the offensive and defensive lines were
such standouts as Bruce Coon, Skip Potter, Brian Wilsey, Mike Lebowitz, Dave Eastwood, and Tom
The work of the Junior Varsity, who compiled a record of three wins, one tie, and two losses, indicates
future promise to the varsity ranks.
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the second half as our peppy cheerleaders and marching band pave the way.
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preparation for their next opponent.
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It takes more than one Hudson Falls man to haul 32 Neild Waterman plunges through the line for a size-
down Cal Tucker, one of our ace players. able gain as the Indians trounce Whitehall 12-0.
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Left to right: Cal Tucker, Jon Hurwitz, Pat Wright, Chris Hallenbeck, Kit Roberts, Mike Smith, Coach Putt
LaMay, Manager Dave Usher, Ken Seeber, Dave Clark, Mike Demas, Danny Beale, Gerald Chandler, Joe
Coach - Putt LaMay
Manager - Dave Usher
NORTHERN CONFERENCE - Third Place
'Saratoga ..,,........,............ ........ 7 0 Corinth .,.............. 45
'Mont Pleasant 58 TSt. Ma,ry's .......,,.. 44
Granville ..............,.... ........ 3 5 Granville ...,.,....i... 30
South High ..........,., ............. 7 6 South High ............. ......,. 6 1
Hudson Falls ...,,....., ..........,,. 5 2 Hudson Falls ....... ........ 5 4
Whitehall .............. ........ 5 3 Whitehall .........,..., 65
'Saratoga .........i....... ............. 5 9 Fort Edward .......... .i...... 5 7
Fort Edward ................ ........,..,. 3 8 Corinth ............,.... 28
'Mont Pleasant 72 'l'St. Mary's ........... 51
Although not the champs, the Indian cagers offered many fine performances and thrilling
moments for their followers. Captain Cal Tucker, the Indians only veteran, led the Indian
attack with an average of 18.5 points per game in league play. His top performance was a 33
point night against Whitehall. Supporting Cal in point production were Hallenbeck, Smith, and
Demas, with Seeber, Roberts, and Clark taking care of the board work. Jon Hurwitz, Danny
Beale, and Joe Carusone completed the Indian attack.
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Coach - Harold A. Williams
NORTHERN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
The Glens Falls Junior Varsity Basketball Team copped the Northern Conference
Championship with a 12-2 conference slate. Overall, the little Indians were 13-5, losing only
to VVhitehall and Hudson Falls in the conference, and Saratoga fsplit two gamesj and Mont
Pleasant in non-league tilts.
Members of the Junior Varsity basketball team are, first row, left to right: Coach Harold
VVilliams, Tom Charlebois, Tommy Ives, Don Maynard, Ken Kenney, Bob Tupper, manager.
Second row: Pete Cornwell, Fred Ramsey, Phil St. Clair, John Weber, Leonard Fosbrook,
Richard Streeter. Third row: Daryl Blake, Kirk Cornwell, Dean Howland, Ralph Aurelia,
Steve Craig, Dale Comar.
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Our pert and energetic varsity cheerleaders who rallied school spirit at every game include,
kneelmg: Mary Lee Moynihan, Anne Hallenbeck. Standing: Gwen Warner, Lee Binley,
Jane Greenberg, and captain Pam Trimbey. Absent: Katie Colson.
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Our lively junior varsity cheerleading squad was made up of Pris VanWirt, Carollee Viger,
Sharon DeGraff, captain Gretchen Herschleb, Peggy Halladay, Jane McNairy, and Barbara
Taking time out from their wrestling drills are matmen, First row, left to right: Lee Comeau, John Williams,
Howard Brown, Bruce Coon, Skip Potter. Second row: John Bingham, Bill Bemis, Dick Collin, Ike Chatter-
ton, James Whitney, Bob Vosburgh. Third row: Joe Viger, Joe Skellie, Jim Johnson, Ray McCoy, manager,
Mike Chandler, Bruce McElmon, Bill Garrow, Brian Clements. Absent: Doug Gardner, Neil Goodrich, Doug
Hallett, Roger VanOrman.
Our third season of interscholastic wrestling found Coach Backer with a record turnout
of willing participants. Despite a losing season, the Indian grapplers proved far from helpless
as they copped second place in the Northern Conference Wrestling Tournament at South High.
Emerging as winners in their respective Weight divisions were Bruce Coon, Doug Gardner, and
Bob Vosburgh. Both Gardner and Vosburgh were first-year men. The regular season Was
completed with Bruce Coon extending his winning streak to 18 matches over a two-year period.
Coach - Richard Backer
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Corinth ................,. 21 22
Whitehall ............ 16 23
Warrensburg ....., 21 17
South High ......... 9 27
Warrensburg ...... 20 20
Corinth i......rr,,,.,.... 20 20
South High ......... 6 32 fx
Whitehall .,.......... 9 29
Coach Rich Backer directs riding drills as the grapplers prepare
for the week's match.
First row, left to right: Neil Goodrich, John Williams, Mike Demas, Kip Moore, Kit Roberts, Bill Ernst.
Second row: Scorer, Dorothy Johng Bill Rogers, Gary Prevost, Jim Streeter, Lonnie Nassivera, Tom Kirk-
patrick, Coach Richard Backer.
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Coach - Richard Backer
NORTHERN CONFERENCE - Second Place
CITY SERIES CHAMPIONS
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A veteran mound staff headed by Kit Roberts, Gary Prevost, and Jim Streeter paced
the Glens Falls Indians to a City Series Championship and second place in the Northern Con-
ference with a 5-2 record. Bill Ernst and Tom Kirkpatrick led the Indian attack getting
numerous timely base hits and hitting the long ball. Kirkpatrick was the club's most potent
hitter as he finished the season batting over the .400 mark.
Kit Roberts blasts a single to centerfield in the Mike Dem-as stretches for a wide throw
first City Series victory over St. Mary's. in one of the many ,exciting moments of
Northern Conference baseball.
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Coach - Reginald F. Shultz
The Junior Varsity Baseball Team of 1960 completed their season by dividing the six
games they played. Two of the club's three victories were at the expense of Hudson Falls and
the other at the expense of Fort Edward. Losses were suffered at the hands of Saratoga, Fort
Ann, and Warrensburg.
First row, left to right: Ronald Newell, Jeff Liddle, Ken Kenney, Paul Dickinson, Roger VanOrman, Ron
Burdo. Second row: Manager' Wilfred Smith, Mike Simpkins, Dale Comar, Lionel Lemery, Bob Breuder,
"Cafaro's Fighting Five" Win
again! Room 210 went undefeated
for the second consecutive year to
win the Boys' Intramural Cham-
pionship. Members are, kneeling:
Ron Burdo, Jim Bulman. Stand-
ing: Coach Cafaro, Ed Capezzuti,
Bill Doyle, Gary Charlebois. Ab-
sent: Gary Benway, Baeder Barton.
Jackie Beale drops in two points for Room 101 Bob Breuder wins the tap in this jump ball.
in the championship game.
"Hilda's Hornets" go undefeated! The girls' homeroom basketball champs are, seated:
Mable' Spaulding, Pam Trimbey. Standing: Donna Gates, Judy Warner, Elaine Hillman,
Coach Hayes, Gwen Warner, Linda Stewart.
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The Bowling Teams had their share of strikes and spares. First row, left to right: Sharon Hamell, Diana Deeb
Sherry Hall, Linda Smith, Caroline Bullard. Second row: Steve Rohrwasser, Jack Beale, Howard Brown
Gary Benway. Third row: Mr. Cafaro, sponsorg Pak Maurer, Mike Simpkins, Sharon Akins, Ronald Newell
Judy Howard, Phil Reynolds, Mr. Boyer, sponsor.
First row, left lo right: George Sammons, Lucas Hart, Dave McDowell, captaing Bob McMillan, Monroe
Newell, Irwm Kantrowitz. Second row: Gary Mock, Ken Seeber, Fred Oberst, Baeder Barton, Dave East-
wood, John Rousseau. Third row: Coach George Muse, Bob Smith, James Bulman, Todd Zenger, Bruce
Coon, Frank McCoy, John Dowd, Barry Cronkhite, managerg Coach Seymour Hall.
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DUAL MEETS TRIANGULAR MEET
L. We They Glens Falls 55V2 - St. Mary's 27 - Corinth 65V2
Vigizgtian if NORTHERN CONFERENCE MEET - Second Place
Hudson Falls 47 71 GLENS FALLS INVITATIONAL - second Place
Granvllle 64 54 I
Sguth High 59 59 SECTION II MEET - Third Place
SECTION II WINNERS: Irwin Kantrowitz - Broad Jump
Bob McMillan - Pole Vault
COACH 5, , ASSIS PANT COACH
George Y. Muse Seymour Hall
Todd Zenger and Bruce Coon place first . b Four Indians conserve their strength for
and second in the 100. UP and OVGFI BFUC9 WIDS. 383111 home stretch.
to lead the Indians to victory.
Kneeling, left to right: Chuck Westfall, Phil Mclntire. Standing:
John Chambers, Coach Alan Cederstrom, Scott Alexander. Absent:
A relatively inexperienced tennis
squad completed a rather suc-
cessful season by placing second
in the Northern Conference race.
The Indian netmen were led by
Chuck Westfall, who was run-
ner-up in the Northern Confer-
ence singles tournament. During
the season, sparkling play was
displayed by Phil Mclntire,
Scott Alexander, Andy Lund-
gren, and John Chambers.
Coach - Alan Cederstrom
South High 0 5
Queensbury 5 0
Hudson Falls 2 3
Corinth 5 0
Queensbury 5 0
Hudson Falls 3 2
South High 0 5
Corinth 4 1
Warrensburg 5 0
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Three of our tennis stars display the form which carried them to a winning season. Left. to
right: Andy Lundgren, covering the netg Chuck Westfall, delivering a serve, Phil Mclntire,
returning a hard Smash.
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Derby, Phil McDowell, Roger Hesivlitt. OO my' 1 im am Dae u a ay' lc
Coach - Putt LaMay
St. Mary's 15 0
South High 15 0
Greenwich 12 3
South High 15 0
St. Mary's 13 2
St. Mary's 12 3
SECTION II TOURNAMENT - Fifth Place
TRI-COUNTY TOURNAMENT MEDALIST RUNNER-UP
The Glens Falls undefeated string in golf Was extended to 26 matches by
the 1960 golf team. Instrumental in the clean slate against tough competition
was Phil McDowel-1, who Went through the season unscathed, averaging 77
strokes. The Varsity "5" was rounded out by Bill Dunham, Charles Pryce,
Roger Hewlett, and Chris Hallenbeck.
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Miss Phyllis Anderson, Central
Treasurer, checks a routine en-
try made by Athletic Associa-
tion Treasurer, Tim Shea. Dur-
ing the l year, Tim handled
thousands of dollars of Associa-
tion funds and was responsible
for keeping records of all receipts
and expenditures connected with
high school athletics.
Our faithful ticket sellers'who serve at every game are, first row, left to righl: Sharon Dobert, Sharon Joubert,
Faith Brand. Second row: Jane Bowen. Third row: Sharon Hickey, Pat Harding, Suzanne LaMoy, Kay
Duers, Mable Spaulding, Sharon Spaulding, Caroline Bullard.
Belonging to and participating in various organizations helps to
build conscientious and interested citizens. Teamwork is vital for
we soon learn in such clubs and organizations as Student Council,
French, Varsity "G", Outing, Hi-Y, World Affairs, and Science that
not everyone can be a leader - that there must be followers as well.
It is good followers who are the backbone of any organization.
Only through participation does a person realize that to be
successful he must have help from others and at the same time give
help. The fun and fellowship gained from these organizations are an
important part of growing up, and help to promote a sense of responsi-
bility and service. Each activity blended into our high school years
gives us a richer, fuller outlook on life and helps to prepare us for
the problems we will face in life after graduation.
FWS!-T0w, left to right: Gary Hook, Dick Edmonds, Bob Barry, Ray Norton, Bruce Lyman, Bill Lyford, Dean Howland, Bill
GZUTOW, Phil St. Clellf: Second row: Terry Tucker, Tim Shea, Sue Day, John Dowd, Bob Smith, Bacder Barton, Lee Binley,
Carolyn Romer, Priscilla VanWirt, Mary Ringwood. Third Row: 'Judy Dudley, Tom Clark, Ronald Ives, Sara Cutshall, Lee
Comeau, Andy Eundgren, Bruce Martin, Stewart Stern, Walter Murphy, Shirley Oudekerk, Rosemary Aurclia, Penny Peck,
Vlendy Glass, Richard Collin, Hope Hallenbeck, Joan Swan, Fourth row: Wayne Chagnon, Wilbur Wright, Yvonne Monsour,
Maxlne Long, 'June Barnes, Roberta Carroll, Glenna Sweet, Nancy Clark, Nancy Slawsby, Sue Finnan, Marianne LaHaise, Joan
Rosenberg, Kristine Kenney, Helen Cowles, Janice Romer, Carolyn Caswell.
Sponsor - Miss Elizabeth Ann Dodds
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Plnesldenth -------------4----------- -..-,. P hil McDowell President .,.....,......,,................................ Pam Trimbey
V106 Pfesldent -v-------- ---------.A J 3116 McNairy Vice President ....,......,...... Gretchen Herschleb
Secretary -------------------- ---.-.---- J 0SGph Carusone Secretary ............i.. . ..............,..,,...,.. Neil Akins
Treasurer ---'-- '--4- -,-,----------............. J 0 n Hurwitz Treasurer ...................................,......,........ Jon Hurwitz
Seated, Left to right: Pam Trimbey, Miss Dodds, Phil McDowell. Standing: Jon Hurwitz, Gretchen Herschleb, Joseph Carusone
Nicky F1tzGerald, Jane McNairy, Neil Akins.
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As chairman of the activity ticket committee, Sue Robin Searle managed the sale of magazines con-
Collin directed the sale of tickets which finance ducted jointly by the A.F.S. and the Senior Class
school sports and student assemblies. for the benefit of the foreign student program
and the Red and Black.
The Student Council is a forum for the discussion of school problems. One boy and one
girl from each homeroom represent the student body in the council. Among the many obliga-
tions and responsibilities of the council are the sale of activity tickets, management of con-
cessions at football games, supervision of the halls during lunch period, and providing trans-
portation to away games.
This year, in addition to its routine business, the council questioned its powers, purposes, and
responsibilities to the students. After examining the old constitution, the council felt that it
needed revision to provide for changes in school life over the past thirty years. A special
committee was formed to draft a new constitution. In the ensuing meetings, many stimu-
lating discussions led to the adoption of the new constitution. The officers and members of
the Council sincerely hope this new document will be a guide to students in future years in
working for the good of the school.
Pam Trimbey, Student Council president, gives a report to the Council.
Honor Society membership is based on high scholarship. Members are, first row, left, to right: Lee Hastings
Pennie Hart, Dottie Murray, Nancy Sakayan, Marsha Fagan. Second row: Jon Hurwitz, Carole Barron Kay
Duers John Scioli. Third row: John Glaspey, Joan Rosenberg, Mike Clarke, Kathy Carter, Ann Mmick
Barbara Bulova, Marilyn Crannell, Helen Cowles, John Williams.
Membership in National Honor Society is one of the greatest honors that a
student can earn while in Glens Falls High School. To be inducted into Honor
Society, a student must excel not only in scholarship, but also in character,
leadership, and service.
During his high school career, a student has three opportunities to qualify
for Honor Society. He may be tapped in February of his Junior year with an
average of 3.7 and in October of his Senior year with an average of 3.4. In
February of his Senior year, he may also become eligible for membership with
an average of 3.2. Points are distributed as follows: H - 5, A - 4, B - 3,
C - 2, D - 1.
As part of the induction ceremony, both new and old members must pledge
to uphold the ideals of the National Honor Society and to seek knowledge
through truth, light, and understanding. Following, this pledge, each member
lights his candle from a central candle symbolizing these ideals and then files
down the aisles of the darkened auditorium.
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Officers of Honor Society are, left to right: 'Elaine Hillman, treasurer, 'Edde
Achenbach, secretary 5 Miss Nola Wentworth, sponsor, 1tCarolyn Jones, vice
president 5 "Phil Mclntire, president.
Rewarded for their leadership, character, and service are the following members of Honor
Society. An asterisk denotes those who were inducted in their Junior year with an average
of 3.7. First row, left to right: 'Jackie Dwyer, 'Katie Colson, 'Judy Warner, 'Wanda Emer-
son, 'Pam Trimbey. Second row: 'Anne Hallenbeck, 'Walt Harrison, Louise Wagner, Susan
Ridley. Third row: Mike Woodbury, Phil McDowell, Bob Smith, Chris Hallenbeck, 'John
Rousseau, Paul Nason.
We, the editors of the 1961 Red and Black Wish to extend our thanks to those
who worked so hard to make this yearbook a success. We especially would like
to thank our publisher, Bullard-Glencraft Printing, Inc., and our photographer,
Joseph Cervera, for their assistance and understanding in recording the year's
An amusing picture in the "planning dummy" of the 1961 Red and Black catches the
attention of Mr. Fred Arcoraci, adviserg Sara Cutshall, art editor, Wanda Emerson and
Bob Smith, co-editors.
Members of the writing staff pause a moment after a long day doing senior write-ups. Seated, left to Tight:
Joan Rosenberg, Judy Warner, Mary Ringwood, Marsha Fagan. Standing: Dottie Murray, Jackie Dwyer
Marcia Oudekerk, Pennie Hart, Dianne Haviland, John Howe, John Williams, Mary Beth Bayle, Nicola Fitz-
Gerald, Sharon Joubert. Absent: Carolyn Jones, Phil Mclntire.
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Heading the business section of the Red and Black are Walter Harrison,
Seated: Dick Edmonds. Standing: John co-business managerg Mr. Robert Reid, adviserg Kay Duers, co-business
Pictured are our student photographers.
Glaspey, Stewart Stern, Bob King.
Finally able to relax after months of hard work securing ads are members of the Advertising Staff. First Tow,
left to right: Wendy Glass, Gretchen Bobst, Lee Binley. Marcia Oudekerk, Judy Dursik. Judy Dudley. Second
row: Joan Rosenberg, Sue Collin and Katie Colson, advertising eo-managersg Linda Smith. Third row: Steve
Rohrwasser, Lee Hastings, Kay Duers, Frank McCoy, Mike Simpkins, Paul Dickinson, Ronald VVinter, Caro-
line Bullard, Bob Rozell.
Beginning the task of typing copy for the senior section of the Red and Black are our typists. First row, left
to. right: Diana Deeb, Marcia Oudekerk, Sharon Joubert, typing editor, Donna Gates, Carole Barron. Second
row: Suzanne LaMoy, Shirley Oudekerk, Yvonne Monsour, Clara Graves, Lois Puricelli, Susan Varney, Carole
Discussingthe merits of a division page drawing are, left to right: Judy Dursik, Elaine Hillman, Howie
Potter, Terry Baker, Bonnie Abbott, Clara Graves, Tim Shea. Kneeling: Carolyn Jones, Sara Cutshall, art
Homeroom circulation managers who worked hard in the selling and distribution of the 1961 Red and Black
are, seated: John Rousseau and Susan Ridley, circulation co-managers. Standmg, fzrst row: Jane Bowen,
Pennie Hart, Melody Wood, Yvonne Monsour, Wendy Glass, Pam Trimbey. Second row: John SC1Oll, Paul
Dickinson, Fred Oberst, Bill Ernst.
Deciding which picture should go in the Red and Black are members of the photography staff. Seated, left to
right: Jana Fahey, Betty Viehmann and Louise Wagner, photography co-editors, Gail DiManno. Standing:
Cindy Kingsley, Nancy Sakayan, Marsha Fagan, Carole Collins, Shirley Oudekerk, Lee Binley, Gwen Warner,
Sherry Wells, Robin Searle.
Student members of A.F.S. devoted much of their free time and money to get our foreign exchange student
over here. Members are, first Tow, left to right: Joan Swan, Wanda Emerson, Helen Cowles, Sara McGee,
Dorothy John, Lynn Parker, Elaine Goldstein, Pam Bowen, Prudy Adams, Holly Harrison. Second row:
Janet Greenawalt, Kathy Carter, Barbara Bulova, Sue Day, Mary Graves, Marilyn Crannell, Pam Huested,
Carolyn Romer. Third row: Scott Alexander. Joan Rosenberg, Debbie Silverstein, Ann Minick, Elaine
Hillman, Lee Hastings, Mary Lee! Moynihan, Gretchen Herschleb, Ann McDonough, Jane McNairy, Nancy
Minnick. Fourth row: Mike Woodbury, Miss Dodds and Mary Ringwood, co-presidents, Robin Searle, Bob
Smith, John Glaspey, Stewart Stern. Fifth row: Denis Favier, Nicola FitzGerald. Absent: Dianne Havi-
land, Mindy Saidel, treasurer.
The Foreign Student Committee, which was organized in 1960, has achieved much during
its short existence in our school. As an official chapter of the American Field Service, its
efforts culminated in bringing Nicola FitzGerald from Australia to spend a school year in Glens
Falls, and it plans to sponsor students going from our high school to countries abroad for
the summer. The committee was also influential in the arrival of Denis Favier, the French
representative to the Herald Tribune Forum, in Glens Falls Where he spent several weeks. Both
students were given formal receptions by the Committee, and were guided by it in becoming
better acquainted with our community.
'Vicky receives a cheerful Welcome on her arrival in
Glens Falls. Is Nicky telling Janet how to mix the punch?
Mike explains an American custom to Denis and Nicky
at an A.F.S. tea.
Last year thc Student Council initiated a project
to bring a foreign student to Glens Falls. The funds
for this project were raised entirely within the school
by the student body. Arrangements were then made
through the American Field Service International
Scholarship organization to bring a foreign student
to your school.
I consider myself very lucky to be your first foreign
student under this program. America's legendary
friendliness and hospitality have made this year a
rewarding experience for me, and I know that foreign
students coming here in future years will be shown
the same enthusiasm and interest which I have found
in all of you.
Nicky at home with her American
family: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Searle
and their daughters, Robin and
Nicky sets out to conquer the typewriter. Nicky takes up skiing with pep and enthusiasm.
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the headlines with Denis
Favier, Herald Tribumz
Rh..-l Forum student, while Mrs.
Creal helps Australian stu-
dent, Nicola FitzGerald,
find some data on Ameri-
can Foreign Policy.
Since this year's class entered the ninth grade, the program known as I-T-W-A, or
'tItwa" - Improving the Teaching of.World Affairs - has been a part of daily school life
in Glens Falls. Its aim has been to help us see-the world as a community, to relate our learning
in every classroom to a world point of View. Unusual exhibits, new maps, and tape recordings,
as well as numerous visitors from overseas, have helped us to know what other people think,
feel, and do.
This year the school has enjoyed the friendship of Nicky FitzGerald, of Australia,
an American Field Service student, and Denis Favier, of France, a delegate to the Herald
Tribune High School Forum. Nicky lived with Robin Searle, and Denis with Philip McDowell.
Besides these visitors, many educators from overseas - more than 100 from over 50
countries since ITWA began - have come to observe this program in Glens Falls Schools.
Several of them served as guest teachers in various classes. Too, many American teachers
have come here to learn about ITWA.
His EXCGHSHCY, DMG S- Chelvasingham MHCIHWFB, of Business Education is an integral part of the ITWA
Malaya, Ambassador to the U-N-, 9XPlaif1S to MF- Long program, Mr. Cafaro explains our method of teaching
his views on the relationship of his country to South- typewriting to Ambassador and Madame Maclntyre,
east Asia. Mr. Long, and Mrs. Creal.
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Science Club members from the 4th and 5th grades of Mr. Brown, Phil. and W00dY act as guides f91' OUT
Big Cross Street School visit the high school Biology guests from Alma College. Left to right: Phil Mc-
Laboratory. Ellen Sexton, F.T.A. Club member, ex- Dowell, Mr. Brown, Hirnan Morin of Costa Rica,
plains how Wgrld health is taught in Biology Class, Harold Kirkpatrick, Gl6I1S Falls alllIIlI1llSQ Mike Wood-
Through this approach to
world understanding We
have learned to associate
differences with friendli-
ness rather than hostility.
As Dr. Chu, of Skidmore,
told us in an assembly
program, "World affairs
are human affairs."
This year's graduating
class is the second to share
in the World Affairs
Awards, which are cash
grants given by Mr. E. J.
Trimbey in the name of
the Glens Falls Rotary
Club, for outstanding
achievement in the study
of World affairs.
Climaxing the visit of Latin American educators from After a welcoming assembly, students from Glens Falls
eight countries was a picnic given by the Glens Falls High School hold a question and answer session with
Teachers Association at Wiawaka. Nicky and Denis.
The Varsity "G" Club is symbolic of
the sportsmanship at Glens Falls High
School. As one of this year's projects, the
Club presented the school with an auto-
matic washer and dryer to launder towels
and uniforms. Among other services, these
lettermen sponsor dances after basketball
games, check hats and coats, usher, and
Pictured around the newly acquired dryer are, left to sell programs.
right: Putt LaMay, sponsor, Phil McDowell, vice
president, Dave Eastwood, treasurer, Skip Potter,
president. Absent: Mike Demas, secretary.
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Glens Falls High School salutes its lettermen. Members of the Varsity "G" Club are, first row, left to right:
Bill Ernst, Phil Mclntire, Fred Oberst, Mike Smith, Jon Hurwitz, Chris Hallenbeck. Second row: Brian
Wilsey, John VVeher, Scott Alexander, John VVilliams, Arnold Alkes, John Dowd, Kurt Steenburgh. Third
row: Dave Clark, Neil Goodrich, Ken Seeber, Todd Zenger, Gerald Chandler, John Rousseau. Baeder Barton,
Bob Smith. Fourth row: Pat VVright, Charles Westfall, Bruce Coon, Garry Hamlin, John Van Derwarker,
James VVhitney, Nile Rogers, Andy Lundgren.
To become a member of GAC, a girl must earn 40 points in after school sports. The members
are, First row, left to right: Mable Spaulding, Sue Collin, Joan Rosenburg, Penny Peck,
treasurer, Gwen Warner, secretary, Sharon Hamell, president, Miss Cornell, sponsor, Sandy
Pettit, Marsha Fagan, Robin Searle. Second row: Pris Van Wirt, Susan LaMoy, Sharon
Spaulding, Sherryn McLaughlin, Yvonne Monsour, Clara Graves, Jane Sondrini, Nancy
Sakayan, Carole VVood, Pat Maurer, Dotti Murray. Third row: Ellen Sexton, Carolyn
Edmunds, Maria Scarpellino, Lee Binley, Mary Beth Bayle, Gretchen Bobst, Wendy Glass.
Peggy Halliday, Ginny Dean, Sharon Hickey, Gretchen Herschleb, Pam Trimbey. Fourth
row: Nancy Minnick, Carole Collins, Mary Ringwood, Judy Warner, Sherry Wells, Pat
Mock, Diane Abraham, Sharon Joubert, Wanda Emerson, Lynn Parker, Bonnie Abbott,
Rita Rozell, Carolyn Jones.
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The Girls' Athletic Club is composed of girls
who have taken part in the after school intra-
mural program. The program includes: Field
Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball and
Tennis. Those earning up to S0 points may earn
a GAC letter and 120 points a large UG."
This year on January 28, an Area Play Day
was held by the club with some 50 girls partici-
pating. Schools in the area included: South
Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Granville, Whitehall,
Our GAC girls are proud of their 17-12 victory gained
at the Area Play Day. .
"It's your move, Paul!" Chess experts include, seated, left to right: Arnold Alkes, Gary
Dobert, Mike Chandler, Paul Saville, Paul Nason, Standing: Mike Vitagliano, Bruce
McElmon, Kurt Steenburgh, James Conners, Peter Lcmery, Mike Linehan, Mike Woodbury,
Mr. Boyer, sponsor.
This distinguished group of philatelists enjoys buying and trading stamps at its regular meet-
ings. Seated, left to right: Richard Pabst, Bob King, Stewart Stern. Standing: Bob Breuder,
Bob LaR0se, Pat Maurer, Sandy Pettit, Monty Kirschenbaum, Bruce Martin.
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Front row, left to right: Dick Edmonds, Bob King, Stewart Stern, Dick Pabst. Second row:
Kay Duers, Nancy Sakayan, Judy Dursik, Dave Adams, Jon Hurwitz, Mike Smith. Third
row: Sue Day, Louise Wagner, Bruce Martin, Mr. Fellers, Bill Lyford, Roberta Breuder,
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Lively discussions of current topics are carried on by the World Affairs Forum. Members
include, seated, left to rtght: Denis Favier, Herald Tribune Forum student, John Scioli, Nicky
F1tzGerald, Wanda Emerson. Standing: Janet Greenawalt, Pam Huested, Kcn Johnson,
Louise Wagner, Stewart Stern, Maureen Fitzgerald.
These girls gladly devote many hours of service to our school. Members of Hi-Y are, First
row, left to right: Pat Bannin, Pris Van Wirt, Louise Wagner. Second row: Ellen Sexton,
Gretchen Herschleh, Jane MeNairy, Sherry Wells, Diane Abraham, Ginny Dean. Third row:
Ann Minick, Nancy Minnick, Barbara Bulova, Lee Hastings, Nancy Sakayan, Sara McGee.
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Adrlitional members of Hi-Y are, First row, left to right: Jane Greenberg, Katie Colson, Pam
Trimbey. Second row: Dotti Murray, Marsha Fagan, Lee Binley, Gwen VVarner, Anne
Hallenbeek, Robin Searle. Third row: Susan Day, Grefchen Bobst, Elaine Hillman, Wanda
Emerson, Kathy Garter, Carolyn Jones.
FIFTEEN SCHOLARSHIPS TOTALING
31,500 is the goal of the Georgia Adams
Hi-Y. As one of the most active service
clubs in the school, the Hi-Y's purpose is
"to create, to maintain, and to extend
throughout the home, school, and commun-
ity higher standards of Christian char-
acter." The Hi-Y officers are, first row:
Judy Warner, vice president, Wendy
Glass, president, Mary Beth Bayle, ser-
geant - at - arms. Second row: Marilyn
Crannell, treasurer, Miss Hilda Hayes,
sponsor, Penny Peck, secretary.
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Throughout the school year, the Hi-Y has taken on various projects to build up its scholarship fund.
The red-aproned girls started off the year by serving coffee and doughnuts at the September Zone Teachers'
Conference. Their annual student mixer, entitled the 'tKick-off Kaper," highlighted the beginning of the
school year and was soon to be followed by the lively 1960 Sock Hop with its appropriate prizes for the most
original socks and novelty dances. The ever-successful Spinster Swing, "Valentasia," brought out over six
hundred people to make it the most successful dance of the year.
The Hi-Y members with their red aprons and smiling faces were also seen at the basketball games
tending coke machines and selling ice cream and candy in the gym, or seen at presentations of the Operetta Club
checking hats and coats and selling refreshments as a profitable public service. As its last project in the 1960-
61 fund-raising campaign, the Hi-Y held its annual car-wash to achieve its goal of 31,500
These busy Hi-Y girls work hard to augment scholarship funds. Wendy, Ann, and Leslie serving doughnuts and coffee at
the Zone Teachers' Conference.
The Pageant Writing Committee does research on the Civil War in preparation for a commencement pageant to commemorate
the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. Members of this year's committee are, seated, left to right: Klt
Roberts, John Williams, Phil Mclntire, Mr, John Van Der Voort, adviser, Jackie Dwyer, Joan Rosenberg, Louise Wagner.
Standing: Paul Nason, VVanda Emerson, Marcia Oudekerk, Kurt Steenburgh, Fred Oberst, Pennie Hart, Walter Harrison, John
Rousseau, Robin Searle, Elaine Hillman, Betty Tupper, Mike Linehan.
First mir, left to right: Robert Rosoff, John Howe, Steve Rohrwasser, Paul Ringwood, Paul Dickinson, Baeder Barton, Jane
Greenberg, Roger Davis. Second row: Margaret Crockwell, Caroline Bullard, Sara Cutshall, Linda Smith, Carol DuFour, Lois
Puricelli, Linda Obcrst, Marcia Oudekerk, Ronald Newell, Walter Harrison, Michael VVinn, Caroline Edmunds. Third Tow: -Mr.
Freeman, sponsorg Joan Swan, Holly Harrison, Kay Duers, Susan Jensen, David Chagnon, Neil Davis, Mary Lee Moymhan,
Penny Peck, Pris VanWirt, Diana Winn, Prudy Adams. Fourth row: Dan Grant, Dan McGowan, Bruce McElmon, Hope
Hallenbeck, John Cross, Steve Kelly, Marv Lemery, Lee Binley, Leslie Davis, Gretchen Herschleb, Bill Garrow, Scott Alexander,
Andy Lundgren, Gwen Warner, Sue Day, Mary Ringwood, Judy Warner.
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4 ' h a enthused this year over visiting French
i student, Denis Favier, lively French
songs, picturesque slides, and "piquant"
First row, left to right: Joan Scioli. Nicki Fitz-
Gerald. Second ww: Phil Mclntire, Pam
Huested, Sue Collin, Nancy Minnick, treasurer,
John Scioli, program chairman. Third row:
Leslie Davis, Miss Cromie, Sponsorg Edna
Achenbach, secretaryg Joan Rosenberg.
Seated: Pam Trimbey, president. First row, left to right: Chris Hallenbeck. Pat Bannin. Dorothy John, Katie Colson.
Ellen Sexton, Dotti Murray, Connie Cowart, Diane Abraham, Mike Clarke, vice president. Srirrmrl raw: Marianne Pike.
Rosemary Aurelia, Lynn Parker, Maxine Long, Sherry Wells, Pat Mock, Sara McGee. Third row: Marcia Cleghorn, Joan
Swan, Marilyn Patton, Cynthia Perkett, Gwen Warner, Lee Binley, Carolyn Jones, Anne Hallenbeck.
AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK
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TEACHER" is studied by the Board
of Directors. Left to right: Peggy
Halladay, Lee Comeau, Jacqueline
Dwyer, President of the Boardg Helen
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Chartered four years ago, the Robert S. Buddy Chapter of the Future Teachers of America is one of
295 chapters in New York State. The first F.T.A. Club was chartered in 1937.
The programs this year have been diverse and interesting. In October, Kenneth Burdo, elementary
science helping teacher, gave an informative talk on modern methods of teaching science in the elementary
grades, how to use a science film, and what a science "helping teachern does. Robert N. King, Director of
Research and Curriculum, spoke in November on the advantages of and the requisites for teaching on each
of three levels - elementary, secondary, and college. Mr. King has taught on all three levels and in 1936
was one of the first male teachers in the Glens Falls school system. Further discussion of his topic was con-
ducted in December by a panel of club members with cadet teaching experience.
In February Miss Anne Cromie discussed the teaching of French in the elementary grades and on the
seizlonilary level, and explained the advantages of the Language Laboratory in both junior and senior high
sc oo s.
F.T.A. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS
ADMIRE THE FOUR SEALS ON
THEIR CI-IARTER. Seated, left to
right: Sara Cutshall, secretary, Mary
Beth Bayle, president, Bonnie Abbott,
vice-president and program chairmang
Miss Helen S. Gahimer, adviser. Stand-
ing: Neil Akins, treasurer, Howard S.
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FUTURE TEACHERS GROUP STRIVES TO ACHIEVE HIGH SCHOLASTIC STANDING. First
row, left to right: Georgia Hoffis, Ann Minick, Constance Cowart, Linda Zalutsky. Second row:
Ellen Sexton, Sara McGee, Mary Graves, Lynn Parker, Sherry Wells. Third row: Wendy Glass,
Kurt Steenburgh, John Beale, Wanda Emerson, Gretchen Bobst, Lee Hastings, Diana Deeb.
Programs scheduled for the remainder of the year include talks by Mrs. Helen Lamb, guidance coun-
selor, Miss Elizabeth Dodds on 'Education in Japan", and Miss Sandra Steele, a graduate of Glens Falls High
School five years ago, who is now teaching first grade at Sanford Street School.
On Monday, April 24, the club is anticipating the trip to State College of Education at Oneonta for the
Under its cadet teaching program, members of the club have an opportunity to be helping teachers in
the elementary grades one period a week. Several of the senior members of the club have been cadet teachers
for two years. Last year, the Glens Falls Teachers Association awarded its first teaching scholarship to Miss
Billie Blackman, and F.T.A. member, who is this year studying at the College of Education at Albany.
Michael, a third grader in Wanda Emerson's conversational Mrs. Lamb Shows the club members
French class at Jackson Heights points out the River Seine. one of the many college guide books.
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"Tickets, please!" Lunchroom efficiency experts oversee the school "gourmets." They include, seated: Wanda Emerson,
chairman, Peter Comar, cafeteria manager. Standing, left to right: Daphne Shaw, Sharon Joubert, Ellen Green, Sharon
Kestner, Kay Denton, Nancy Sakayan, Miss Bussey, Sherryn McLaughlin, Lois Puricelli, Patty Mock, Lee Hastings,
Bells, buzzers, and always a pleasant greeting! Our hard-Working office assistants include, first row, left to right: Wanda
Emerson, Sharon Joubert, Karen Gregorio, Krit Kenny, Alma VanDerWarker, Marcia Bowen, Cindy Kingsley, Faith Brand.
Second row: Anita Blocksidge, Mrs. Clements, Linda Oberst, Marcia Oudekerk, Shirley Oudekerk, Jana Fahey, Diane
Ramsdell, Arlene Hodgson, Patricia Bulman, Roberta Carroll.
First row, left to right: Daphne Shaw, Nancy
Dziamba, Nancy Slawsby. Second row: Con-
nie Cowart, Diane Abraham, Pam Huested,
Gretchen Herschleb, Sharon DeGraff. Third
row: Mr. Long, sponsorg Sherryn McLaughlin,
Jane Greenberg, Dianne Haviland, Carolyn
Always a Welcome sight to visitors at Glens Falls Senior High are the student
guides. These girls give up their study halls to assist visitors in our school, collect
absentee reports, distribute notices, and aid in monitoring the halls.
First row, left to right: Sharon Hickey, Sue Finnan, Sherry Hall. Second row: Louise
Wagner, Jeanette Williams, Bernadine Tucker, Lynn Parker, Mary Lee McCrea. Third row:
Mary Lou Caprood, Charlene MacDonald, Marcia Cleghorn, Marsha Fagan, Lois Puricelli,
Nancy Sakayan, Mrs. Creal, sponsor.
First row, left to right: John Dowd, Bill Ernst, Maxine Long, Kathy Carter, Bob Rosoff,
Kurt Steenburgh. Second mir: Fred Oherst, John Howe, Sue Collin, Joni Rosenburg, Gwen
Warner, Pam Bowen, Holly Harrison. Third row: VValter Harrison, Chris Hallenbeck, Jon
Hurwitz, Carolyn Jones, John Williams, David Eastwood, VVanda Emerson, Barbara Bulova,
"Good Morning! Here are your morning notices!" The 'tmagicn voice of
Mike Clarke sets the pace as the creative broadcasters interpret the 'tscoopn for
the day. Using all forms of dramatic presentations, skits, straight announcements,
sound effects, and music, these broadcasters rated an A + this year!
Left to right: Phil Mclntire, Mrs. Stark, sponsor, Mary Ringwood, Sharon Joubert, Ray
Norton, Michael Clarke, Anne Hallenbeck.
"Pioneer a new horizon with a chal-
lenging friend - a book."
Left to right: Sara McGee, Debbie Starbuck,
Mary Lou Parsons, Debbie Silverstein, Judy
Oudekerk, Mrs. Bush, Sponsor, Barbara Slay-
ton, Judy Atwood, Tom O'Keefe, Wilfred
Penny Hart, Louise Wagner, Clara Graves, Kristine Nelson, Donna
Haviland, Sally Nesbitt, Marylou Graves, Patricia Bulman.
A peaceful moment before some of the
library staff ask that familiar question,
"Is your book stamped?"
Jacqueline Dwyer, Nancy Sakayan, Roberta
Carroll, Betty Clarke, Sharon Carroll, Marie
Potter, Rosemary Aurelia..
Smiles are contagious in the congenial
atmosphere of the library! The members
of the library squad give valuable serv-
ice to the school in aiding in the efficient
operation of the library. At the same
time, they gain insight into some of the
many phases of library Work from proc-
essing new books and filing cards to the
routines of the circulation desk.
September 1960 . . . Looking forward to a year of scientific achievement are Allen Ledford,,Robert King, David Lang-
don, John Howe, Ronald Newell, Richard Edmunds, Mr. Muse, sponsor, Stewart Stern, Bill Lyford, Janet Greenawalt
Sara McGee, Pamela Huested, Helen Cowles.
The 1960-61 Science Club, sponsored by Mr. Muse, presented many interest-
ing and scientific activities. Programs this year included talks covering astronomy,
time measurement, and photography. Among the field trips taken were visits to
the Glens Falls Hospital and Dudley Observatory in Albany, Officers of the club
are Dick Edmunds, president, John Glaspey, vice president, Bill Lyford, treas-
urer, Stewart Stern, secretary.
June 1961 . . . In that last radioactivity experiment, you boys went too far! Mike Simpkins exhibits the skeleton of a once
beloved Science Club sponsor. Associates looking on are David Covey, Bill Neschem, Connie Cowart, Douglas Gardner,
Anthony Reynolds, Mike Simpkins, Marcia Cleghorn, Sue Dickinson, Lynn Parker, Steve Rohrwasser, Pat Mock, Steve
Stillman, Gerald Fair.
Our future Rembrandts are: First row, left tri right: Terry Tucker, Barbara Hyde, Frances
D'Angelo, Nancy Clark. Second row: Clara Graves, Carole Barron, Veronica Fuller, Fay
LeGault. 'Third row: Marianne LaHaise, Mr. Gallucci, sponsorg Cynthia Perkett, June
Barnes Gail Hamilton Marie Potter
Fay LeGault is posing
Clara Graves for a figure
drawing to be completed
by members of the Art
Fins! row, left to right: Jane Bowen, Carole Collins, Debbie Starbuck, Pennie Hart, Fred Oberst Denny Shaw Arnold Alkes
Krit Kenney, Alma Van Derwarker, Barbara Wein. Second row: Christine Adams, Susan Wiswall, YvonneiMonso1ir, Clara Graves:
Sue Varney, Lois Puricelli, Jane Sondrini, Arla Fontaine. Third roir: Mr. Cederstrom, sponsor, Polly Sondrini, Pat Maurer,
Susanne LaMoy, Judy Howard, Anne Caldwell, Carol Powers, Roberta Carroll, Donna Haviland, Mary Lou Graves. Fourth row'
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aron Carrol, Michele D1Manno, Geneuexe Capone, Libby Braydon, Pat Harding, Carolyn Cantz, Sherryn McLaughlin.,
Daphne Shaw, Nancy Dziamba. Fifth row: 'Nelson Gause, Lou McArthur, Carollee Viger, Gene Cimini, Tom Marchewka
Ronald Bannon, Dave Clark, Pat Wright. Szxth row: Skip Potter, Ralph Aurelia, Carolyn Edmunds, Bill Winchell, Frank
McCoy, Chip Collin, David Gagne, Donald Harney.
In preparation for the annual overnight Mount Marcy hike in May, the
Outing Club plans monthly outings. This year, they consisted of '
October - Prospect Mountain
November -- Fort George State Park
December - Buck Mountain
January and February - Winter Slides K
March - Black Mountain
April - Crane Mountain
May - Work project at Girl Scout Camp
During these outings, the members of the club try to develop a deeper
appreciation for the out-of-doors while extending their knowledge of conservation
and safety laws.
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First row: Nancy Clark, Sharon Akins, Wayne Chagnon, Pris VanWirt, Butch VVright, Joe Langdon, Marcia Oudekerk, Judy
Dursik, Linda Oberst. Second row: Mary Lou Parsons, Judy Oudekerk, Janice Romer, Lynn Parker, Joy Streeter, Fran
DlAngelo, Jill Gelb, Judy Dudley, Kay Duers, Linda Smith. Third row: Prudy Adams, Carolyn Caswell, Marianne LaHa1se,
Linda Couture, Joan Geroux, Marilyn Crannell, Kathy Carter, Mable Spaulding, Charlotte Schoenberger, Sharon Spaulding. Fourth
row: Pam Charlebois, Diana Winn, Sharon DeGraff, Sue Finnan, Charlene MacDonald, Carolyn Romer, Maureen Fitzgerald,
Caroline Bullard, Mike Winn. Fifth row: Nancy Fedeli, Chuck Westfall, Scott Alexander, Penny Peck, Mary Lee Moynihan,
Neil Davis, Andy Lundgren. Wilfred Smithg Sixth row: Mary Lee McCrea, Tom Clark, Jon Potter, Gary Hook, Sharon Hickey,
Faith Brand, Sharon Dobert. Seventh row: Tom Marchewka, Gene Cimini.
Mount Marcy, here we come! What could be disturbing Mr. MY- Cedcrsfrom directs WHYH9- Denny,
"C" In this Outing Club assembly skit? and Krit in decorating the school Christ-
79 mas tree in the cafeteria.
Our musical and dramatic organizations help us to appreciate
the finer arts of life. We experience satisfying fellowship in working
together with a common purpose, whether it be to perform a great
symphony by Beethoven, to present a drama by Shakespeare, or to
play a rousing march and spur school spirit. We find that public
performance requires perseverance, develops confidence, and fosters
other qualities which lead to success. We learn that it is necessary
to rely upon our own powers and talents, not upon those of others.
By our active participation in these organizations, we experience
a keen personal pleasure which helps us to attain a richer, more
First row, left to right: Helen Cowles, Mary Graves, Sue Day, Pris VanWirt, Maxine Long. Second row: Stuart Lazarus
Roberta Carroll, Sara McGee, Ann Minick, Patricia Bulman, Roger Davis, Paul Ringwood, Wilfred Smith, John Glaspey, Thzrd
row: Wilbur Wright, Sharon Akins, Donna Haviland, Arla Fontaine, Pat Harding, Lynn Parker, Peggy Halladay, Ann
McDonough, Karen Gregorio, Dick Edmonds. Top row: Mike Winn, Leonard DuFour, Tom Clark, Neil Davis, Kathy Carter
Barbara Bulova, Judy Howard, Patty Mock, Mary Lee Moynihan,
Officers of the club take a few minutes off from their hard-
working schedule to "churn and be merry." Clockwisez Phil
Mclntire, presidentg Mrs. Stark, sponsor, Jane McNairy,
vice president, Gretchen Herschleb, secretary, Phil McDowell,
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"All the world's a stagel' . . . and the stage at
our senior high school vibrated with activity this
year, as the 70 members of the Junior-Senior
Dramatics Club focused their energies, talents,
and enthusiasm in their annual Drama Night
Program. Student directors, backstage crews,
make-up committees, business managers, ticket
sellers, ushers, and publicity Writers delved into
all phases of the theater with spirit and "spirit
gum." As usual, the Junior-Senior Dramatics
Club presented two of the three plays produced
plus all of the song and dance specialities.
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Energetic, talented, and enthusiastic are the key words for this happy group of actors. First row, left to right:
Jon Hurwitz, Sharon Joubert, Dottie Murray, Lee Hastings, Katie Colson, Linda Smith. Second row: Barbara
King, Jane LaMoy, Ruth LaPointe, Dave Eastwood, Carolyn Jones, Pat Trimbey, Sherry Wells, Wendy Glass,
Mary Beth Bayle, Nicky FitzGerald. Third row: Mike Clarke, Louis McArthur, Bill Ernst, John Williams,
John Howe, Gwen Warner, Caroline Bullard, Marcia Oudekerk, Lois Puricelli, Doug Gardner. Top row:
Paul Nason, Anne Hallenbeck, Walter Harrison.
Additional onstage experiences Were pro-
vided for members during club meetings
which featured impromptu skits, panto-
mimes, and play readings. Mr. Bob
Vorreyer, choreographer for Operetta Club,
gave an interesting talk on body movement.
"The curtain closed" for the year at the
annual Dramatics Club Banquet at which
time president Phil Mclntire and his com-
mittee presented miniature "Oscars" to
deserving club members.
Loyal, hard-working supporters of the club include: Chris
Hallenbeck, Wanda Emerson, Lee Binley, Jackie Dwyer, Bob
Smith, Joan Rosenberg, Sue Collin, Sara Cutshall.
Lucky Mike Clarke surveys the
bevy of beauties co-starring
with him in "Four Little
Words," a comedy satirizing
the theater. Left to right:
Mindy Saidel, Leslie Davis,
Helen Cowles, Pamela Trim-
bey, Mary Lou Graves, Barbara
Bulova, Jane McNairy.
Mindy Saidel the unpredictable Mrs
Crank floors Mike Clarke and Dick
"Signore Figittio, my tidings you
must hear!" sings Spanish dancer,
Pam Trimbey, to Hollywood pro-
ducer, Michael Clarke. Other cast
members include: Sue Day, mother 5
Sara McGee, child prodigy, David
Eastwood, fatherg Dick Edmonds,
Edmonds while Ann McDonough tear
Judy Howard performs her tap dance
routine in a Drama Night specialty.
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Left to right: Mr. John Van Der Voort, sponsor,
Bruce Lyman, secretary-treasurer, Holly Harrison, vice
presidentig Larry Barker, president.
First row, left to right: Laurie
Sherman, Kathy Denton, Sue
Finnan, Barbara Wein, Elaine
Goldstein, Pam Bowen, Sharon
DeGraff, Carollee Viger, Mary-
lee McCrea, Sherry Hall, Susan
Beckler, Prudy Adams, Marilyn
Patton. Second row: Hope
Hallenbeck, Patricia Davis.
Third row: Jerry Singer, Judy
Atwood. Fourth row: Davte
Brower, Donna Ward, Phyllis
Cohen. Fifth rnw: Dave Mon-
roe, Androa Holmquist. Sixth
row: Dave Chagnon, Bob
Rosoff, Carol Cleland, Debbie
Silverstein. Seventh row: Marv
Lemery, Pam Charlebois, Chris
Adams, Margaret Crockwell,
The Sophomore Dramatics Club in 1960-
61 was unique for the fact that all members
who tried out were selected for membership.
The abundance of talenttmade it possible
for the club to present for Drama Night a
multi-scened drama with a tragic ending.
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Future ambassadors of peace share
their thoughts on how to promote
world understanding with members of
Rotary, Kiwanis, B.P.W., and other
civic organizations. These "speech
experts" earn hearty applause for
their scholastic endeavors.
Left to right: Sue Day, Stewart Stern,
Jane McNairy, Roger Davis, Sharon Akins,
Mrs. Stark, sponsor, Gretchen Herschleb,
Nancy Minnick, Stuart Lazarus, Helen
Cowles, Sara McGee.
"Speak the speech, I
pray you, trippingly
on the tongue . . ."
Left to right: Dick Pabst,
Pris Van Wirt, Paul
Ringwood, Maxine Long,
Andy Lundgren, Caroline
Edmunds, Robert Breu-
der, Leonard Webster.
"Now if I were
President . . ."
Left to right: Roberta
Breuder, David Langdon,
Maureen Fitzgerald, Jon
Potter, Mary Lou Graves,
Ann McDonough, Janet
Leibman, Diane Rams-
dell, Karen Gregorio,
Donna Haviland, Jack
"'Best foot forward, girls!"
Left to right: Marianne LaHaise, Judy Oude-
kerk, Susan Dickinson, Rosemary Aurelia, Sue
The Glens Falls Marching Band each
year lends color and excitement to the
home football games. Besides putting on
half-time shows, the band plays for the
opening ceremony before each game, and
then during the play coordinates with
the cheering squad to spur the team on
to victory. This year's 60-piece marching
unit was under the direction of Stanley
Members of our faithful marching band who lend their support to that winning touchdown are: Kay Alexander, Neil Akins,
Rhoda Alkes, Raymond Aurelia, Don Bartholomew, Jack Bingham, Carla Blake, Gretchen Bobst, Jean Brown, William Capone,
Judy Clarke, Michael Clarke, Mary Closson, Marilyn Crannell, Carolyn Cymbalak, Virginia Dean, Carol DuFour, Adrien Dubee,
Dean Flemming, Veronica Fuller, Douglas Gardner, William Gardner, Carol Gericke. Wendy Glass, Dan Grant, Jon Hadley, L-ee
Hastings, JoAnn Hermance, John Howe, Susan Jensen, Barb Leibman, Marv Lemery, Maxine Long, Bruce Lyman, Gary Martin,
Phil Mc-Dowell, Bill McMillan, David Monroe, Bill Neshem, Wayne Pattison, Marilyn Patton, Penny Peck, Tom Rauscher. Martha
Robinson, Mindy Saidel, Maryrita Shearer, John Sheridan, Jerry Singer, Mable Spaulding, Sharon Spaulding, Kurt Steenburgh,
George Streeter, Barry Suckman, Glenna Sweet, Ellen Taylor, Susann Traver, William Winchell, Ira Yaffee.
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Virginia Dean, Douglas Gardner, Wendy Glass, Joann Hermance, Gary Martin, Evelyn Otto,
Maryrita Shearer, Steven Stillman, Glenna Sweet. ALTO CLARINET - Penny Peck. BASS
CLARINET - Carol DuFour. OBOE -- Gretchen Bobst. BASSOON - Sally Nesbitt. ALTO
SAXOPHONE - Jack Bingham. TENOR SAXOPHONE - Douglas Heide.
SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM
February 15, 1961
Conducted by Stanley Gericke
Valley Forge March .....................i..i..... Maurice C. Whitney
Death and Transfiguration fFinaleJ Richard Strauss
Barbarossa ....,................,,,.......A...............................,........ E. L. Buchtel
Bass Solo by Kurt Steenburgh
Accompanist, Maurice Whitney
A Guys and Dolls Overture ...i........................,.... Frank Loesser
Polka Dots fCornet Triol ......,.,..............,......... E. L. Buchtel
Played by John Howe, Michael
Clarke, and Bruce Lyman
Matador ........r.....,...................ir.......................,.................. John Cacavas
Italian In Algiers .....,.........................r..... ,.................,.,.....,,. G . Rossini
arranged by Lucien Cailliet
Stanley Gericke, conductor of the Junior and
Senior Bands, Glens Falls Public Schools.
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Clarke, John Howe, Bruce Lyman, David Monroe, VVilliam Neshem, Mable Spaulding, Barry
Suckman. BARITONES - Philip McDowell, Philip Mclntire. TROMBONES - Danny
Grant, Susan Jensen, Marvin Lemery. SOUSAPHONES - Jerry Singer, Terry Tucker. RE-
CORDING BASS - Kurt Steenburgh. PERCUSSION - Donald Bartholomew, William
Bemis, Marilyn Patton, Lois Puricelli, Veronica Fuller.
The Senior Band received an "A" rating in Grade VI
last year in the New York State Music Festival at
Highlights of this year's activities were the annual or
band concert, programs given at Sanford Street and UMM
Jackson Heights Schools, and an afternoon concert r'lL'
given at the Queensbury Hotel for the Glens Falls
Rotary Club. The season concluded with participa-
tion in the Memorial Day parade.
The band is under the direction of Stanley Gericke.
Looking over the Annual Concert Program
are: Mable Spaulding, librarian, Marilyn Cram-
nell and Kurt Steenburgh, managers, Michael
The melodious octet members are, first row, left to right: Donna Granger, Sue Ridley, Linda,
Smith, Robin Searle, Pam Trimbey, Elaine Hillman. Second row: Bruce Hunter, John
Rousseau, James Deyette, Gary Martin, Ken Seeber. Absent: Dave Eastwood.
The Danve Band, under the direction of Stanley Gericke, performed for Drama Night and at dances after sev-
eral haskethall games. Members are: SAXOPHONES - Jack Bingham, Doug Heide, Gary Martin, Maryrita
Shearer, Allen Suckman. TRUMPETS - Mike Clarke, managerg Bruce Lyman, David Monroe, Barry
Suckman, Ray Aurelia. TROMBONES - Dan Grant, Marv Lemery, Susan Jensen. PIANO - Marilyn
Patton. BASS - Sara Cutshall. TUBA - Jerry Singer. GUITAR - Kurt Steenburgh. DRUMS- Donald
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The Junior-Senior Choir, under the direction of Mr. Maurice Whitney, delights the eye as well as the ear.
Members are, first row, left to right: Nancy Cummings, Linda Smith, Elizabeth Braydon, Carolyn Edmunds,
Pennie Hart, Barbara King, Patricia Bannin, Joan Wells. Second row: Rita Rozell, Roberta Breuder, Sara
Cutshall, Fred Oberst, Lana Nassivera, Clara Graves, Patricia Bulman, Pam Trimbey, Barbara Leibman,
Lee Hastings. Third row: Linda Oberst, Lynn Parker, Mary Graves, William Winchell. Fourth row: Marcia
Oudeloerk, Susan Ridley, Nicola FitzGerald, Kurt Steenburgh, John Cross, Michael Winn. David Langdon,
Robin Searle, Peggy Halladay, Mary Lee Moynihan, Mable Spaulding.
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Sophomore Girls' Choir in-
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ilton, Shirley Baker, Pauline
Sondrini. Second row: Chris-
tine Adams, Andrea Holmquist,
Carol Cleland, Diana Winn,
Katharine Denton. Third row:
Kristine Darcy, Roseann Pow-
ers, Merilyn Carey, Joy Street-
er, Carol Sharland, Cynthia
Perkett, Mary Lee McCrea.
FIRST VIOLINS - Barbara Bulova, Concertmasterg Elaine Hillman, Susan Beckler,
Pamela Trimbey, Elizabeth Viehmann. SECOND VIOLINS - Ann Minick, Principalg
Elaine Goldstein, Priscilla VanWirt, Zoltan Gaal, Kristine Kenney. VIOLAS - Cynthia
Perkett, Principal 5 Jill Gelb, Prudence Adams. CELLOS - Gretchen Herschleb, Principalg
Marsha Fagan, Robert Rosoff, Marcia Cleghorn, Phyllis Cohen. BASSES - Sara Cutshall,
Principal g Susan Finnan, Barbara Slayton.
Maurice C. Whitney, Director of Music in the
Glens Falls Public Schools.
SPRING CONCERT PROGRAM
March 15, 1961
Conducted by Maurice C. Whitney
Overture to "Lucie" .......................................... A. E. M. Gretry
Kal Nidrei ...,.........,......................,............................................ Max Bruch
Gretchen Herschleb, 'Cellist
Symphony No. 8 in B Miner CUnfinishedD -
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik ............... Wolfgang A. MOZBU
The Typewriter ..,..,.,.. ..,,....,..................................... L el'0y AI1d6l'SOIl
Prelude and Fugue in D M inor ........................ G. F. Handel
Transcribed by Hans Kindler
FLUTES - Marilyn Crannell, Katherine Carter, Maxine Long. OBOE - Gretchen Bobst.
BASSOON - Sally Nesbitt. CLARINETS - Gary Martin, Virginia Dean, Evelyn Otto,
John Bingham. FRENCH HORNS - Carolyn Jones, Sharon Spaulding, William Winchell.
TRUMPETS - John Howe, Michael Clarke, David Monroe. TROMBONE - Daniel
Grant. TUBA - Kurt Steenburgh. PERCUSSION - Donald Bartholomew, Marilyn Patton,
The Senior Orchestra, under the direction of Maurice
C. Whitney, received an "A" rating in Grade VI
Music at the New York State Competition Festival
at Corinth last year. Grade VI Music is the most
difficult Grade listed for high school groups.
In December, 1960, Elaine Hillman, Barbara Bulova,
and Gretchen Herschleb participated in the All-State
Orchestra at Rochester. Barbara Bulova and Elaine
Hillman were also accepted for the MENC Conference
in Washington, D.C. This is a convention of music
teachers from thirteen states for which students are
chosen by application to take part in a highly selec-
tive orchestra, band, and chorus.
Officers of the Senior Orchestra are: Barbara
Bulova, librarian: Kurt Steenburgh, quarter-
masterg Elaine Hillman, manager.
The school year was highlighted by several outstanding events
which were the culmination of hard work and cooperation on the
part of the student body. Through the efforts of our three classes
and the Hi-Y, the Sophomore Hop, Senior Ball, Spinster Swing,
and Junior Prom provided the social highlights of the year. In
addition, the dramatic performances given on Patrons' Evening and
the Senior Play put on in April represented the final outcome of
many hours of rehearsals on the part of the Senior Dramatics Class.
The problems of producing a play or decorating for a dance
and the satisfaction in the successful outcome of each event have
done much to make us realize the necessity for cooperation in achiev-
ing a common goal. We found that each of us possesses a unique
talent which filled a special need in making these undertakings
One of the highlights of the Junior Prom is The Grand March, led this year by Mr. Van Der Voort.
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A huge octopus, giant sea shells, seaside cafes, flower baskets, and pastel
streamers greeted our eyes on this night of enchantment as we entered the
tropical paradise, Isle of Capri.
Carolyn Jones and Robert Smith,
Junior Prom General Co-Chairmen
Junior Prom Committee Chairmen: Seated, left to right: Pam
Trimbey, Anne Hallenbeck, Linda Smith, Mary Beth Bayle,
Katie Colson, VVendy Glass. Standing: Ken Seeber, John
Rousseau, Dick Akins, Kip Moore, Jon Hurwitz, Dave East-
wood, John Howe. Kneeling: Crown bearer Mike LaMay,
flower girl Susie Backer.
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Carolyn Jones, Debbie Liddle, last yearls Queeng Jane Greenberg, Sue Collin, Crown bearer
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Mclntire, John Howe, Jon Hurwitz, Jeff Coombs, John Williams, Kit Roberts.
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colorful posters that announced the Sophomore Hop. to upperclassmen as well as sophomores who attended
Hard-working committee chairmen are: Kneeling: Ray
Aurelia, Larry Becker, Neil Akins. Standing: Susan
Beckler, Margaret Crockwell, Hope Hallenbeck, June
Barnes, Christine Adams.
Lots of fun. and hard work went into painting
the dragon. First row: June Barnes, Margaret
Crockwell, Nancy Clark. Second row: Christine
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THE POST-STAR - April 8, 1961
By Florence Mcllvaine
A delightful production of Thornton VVilder's
period comedy, HThe Matchmaker," was un-
veiled by the Glens Falls High School senior
class before a large opening night audience
last night in the school auditorium. Under the
direction of Mrs. Muriel Roscbrook Stark, the
cast of 17 players demonstrated a flair for
farce in deliciously stylized interpretations
throughout the four acts of adventures and
misadventures bringing a half dozen of them
to the verge of matrimony.
Philip Mclntire was the epitome of an auto-
cratic uncle and employer in the part of Horace
Vandergclder, determined to prevent his lovely
niece, Ermengarde, played tremulously by
Wendy Glass, from marrying the artist Am-
brose Kemper, enacted with shy determination
by Walter Harrison.
It is clear to everyone but Horace that he
has met his match in Mrs. Levi, a role extreme-
ly well performed hy Pamela Trimbey. Before
his final surrender, however, a satisfactory at-
tachment has developed between his underpaid
and overworked clerk, Cornelius Hackl, and
Mrs. Malloy, the hat shop proprietor who has
been the object of Horacels tentative designs.
Fred Oberst, as Cornelius, and John Dowd as
the junior clerk, Barnaby Tucker, were respon-
sible for some wonderfully funny scenes, and
Anne Hallenbeck played the part of Mrs.
Malloy with bounce and zest.
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sifiable Malachi Stack, Horace's new employe,
had a wonderfully pixie quality and Carolyn
Jones was fine as the wacky Miss Van Huysen,
ever ready to abet the course of young lovers.
Others in the cast contributed with distinc-
tion, Lee Hastings as Minnie Fay, the hat shop
assistantg Jacqueline Dwyer, as Gertrude, of
the ladylike exit, Philip McDowell as a cab-
man, Louis McArthur and Ronald Newell as
Rudolf and August, waiters at the Harmonia
Gardens Restaurantg Nicola FitzGerald as
Miss Van Huysen's cook and companion,
Walter Murphy as Joe Scanlon, the barber,
and Zoltan Gaal as the gypsy musician.
In the course of the play, a number of the
characters are called upon to step to the foot-
lights and explain things to the audience. These
monologues were in good hands. Miss Trim-
bey's final act dissertation on the importance
of a little money was especially well done.
The pace of the play was well sustained and
scene changes, from the Vandergelder's house
in Yonkers, to the hat store, to the restaurant,
and to the denouement in Miss Van Huysen's
house, were handled with dispatch. The set-
tings, designed by Darold Perkins, were charm-
ing reminders of the elegant eighties, and the
costumes added a gay touch.
The High School Orchestra conducted by
Maurice C. Whitney set the mood for the
production with a sprightly overture and ap-
propriate entr'acte selections,
Sharing in credit for the professional finish
of the production were the backstage staff of
students and teachers. Sound effects and light-
ing were skillfully handled, and the exploding
tomato cans were as realistic as anyone could
"Why,- Cornelius, you can't kiss Mrs. Malloy -
"Who was it that dropped an oyster right down
but it's too wicked to tell you."
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she'll scream!" "Yes, there is a man in the
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"pause that refreshes."
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you're our nominee for honorable mention!
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Our association with the hundreds of students with whom we
attend high school is one of the most important factors in making us
what we are. We have shared our successes as Well as our failures,
our laughter as well as our tears. We have learned to be tolerant of
the ideas and opinions of our classmates and to better understand
their strengths and weaknesses. In working with other students, we
have learned to cooperate and to share both responsibility and reward.
We have learned that honesty and integrity are virtues to be highly
regarded, and that slothfulness and indifference bring only lack of
On the way to maturity, our character grows and strengthens
through these high school years. Each student we pass in the hall,
each person we sit next to in class influences us in some way. Our
cognizance of these facts affects our behavior toward the goal of
making us better citizens of our school and community.
President .A,.............. .......... J onathan Hurwitz
Vice President ......... ..A.......... P hilip Mclntire
Secretary ....,.........,. ............ E laine Hillman
Treasurer .......... .....................,....,.... C arolyn Jones
Adviser ...,....... ......,... M iss Sarah A. Adrianne
There we were, uncertain and nervous, sitting in the auditorium, hearing Mr. Brown's
welcome, a new school year had begun. As the first weeks passed swiftly by, we became more
at home in these wonderful, new surroundings. Then we were planning our first class dance,
"Hawaiian Sunset." We were so proud of our grass hut and palm trees, it was an enchanted
night. Down to earth again, we labored over mid-years. Soon the basketball season, the Spinster
Swing, and classes were over for another year. Yes, looking back over '58-'59, we realized that
we had done and learned a great deal - and had even more to do in the next two years.
With our junior year came added responsibility and more enjoyment in working together.
Remember the horrible indecision we faced in picking out our class rings? Finally we made our
choice, and in November we were the proud owners of rectangular rings with the traditional
Indian head in the center. Toiling over "tons" of homework, rushing to the guidance office for
college manuals, writing termpapers, shaking about Regents, we just lived for the Week ends.
The Merit Scholarship Exam, College Boards, Honor Society inductions - the Junior Prom!
What could we do for decorations? What about a theme? After many frustrating hours, we
finally decided on the "Isle of Capri" - a wise choice. It was like a dream with our sandy
beach, our pastel streamers, our seaside dock, the myriad flowers, and the coronation. But the
evening went too quickly, and soon we were back at the old grind. Are you applying for early
admission to college? What courses are you taking next year? Our heads swirled with important
questions as we looked forward to our busiest and best year.
Finally we were Seniorsg it seemed impossible! We were the leaders of the school and soon
understood the burden of responsibility.
In September of 1960, we welcomed a foreign student from Australia - Nicky Fitz-
Gerald. Nicky was a welcome addition to our schoolg we shall remember her fondly in the
years to come.
Nicky, as well as all of the members of the Senior Class, had much to look forward to
in the coming year. The Senior year was truly our busiest year by far . . . class pictures . . .
yearbook sales . . . graduation announcements . . . caps and gowns . . . name cards . . . the Red
and Black! Would We ever finish it? Then the Senior Ball, our last class dance, thoughtfully
named "Winterland by Night." It was as beautiful as its name indicates: shining stars, a wood-
land chapel, our skating rink, the sleigh. Although the dance was not a financial success, we were
well satisfied with our efforts.
College Boards, college and vocational applications, Drama Night and the Orchestra and
Band Concerts came too soon. We soon began to savor our last days as Seniors. Finals loomed
ahead, and with them graduation. It seemed impossible, but it came. The last few days rushed
by with Class Day, exams, pageant rehearsals, and autographing. Together for the last time,
we marched down the aisle in our red and black robes, thinking of the past and of the future.
They were over, those three happy, busy, rich years. May we never forget them.
BONNIE LOUISE ABBOTT
"Rabbit" - Vivacious . . . sparkling personality . . .
perky little miss . . . cheerful . . . a constant chatter-
box . . . plans to be a teacher.
Dramatics Club 45 FTA Secretary 3, Vice President 45
GAC 45 French Club 25 Science Club 25 Outing Club 2,
3, 45 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 25 Red and
Black Art Staff5 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball
Committeeg Announcements Committee.
EDNA ESTELLE ACHENBACH
"Edde,' - An intelligent, lively gal with a sense of
humor . . . loves to dance and have a good time . . .
always ready with a witty word.
Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4g Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45
GAC 3, 45 German Club 35 French Club Secretary 45
Science Club 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35
Broadcasters 35 Red and Black Ad Staff, Circulation
Staff5 Sophomore Hop Committee Chairman5 Junior
Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee Chairman.
TERRY EDWARD BAKER
"Moon" - Always has a story to tell . . . his superb
ability has made him invaluable to the art staff . . .
keen on hunting . . . would like to go to art school.
Came to us this year from St. Mary's5 Red and Black
CAROLE ANN BARRON
Cheerful with a twinkle in her eyes . . . interested in
drawing and astrology . . . a future secretary . . .
has worked as cashier in the school cafeteria.
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Art Squad 35 Red
and Black Typing Staff 5 Junior Prom Committeeg
Senior Ball Committee.
CHARLES BAEDER BARTON II
"Baeder" - Quiet but not silent . . . a magnificent
skier seen on the most difficult slopes . . . our future
lawyer . . . staunch hall monitor for student council.
Transferred from Darrow, New Lebanon, New York,
after his sophomore yearg Track 35 Intramural Basket-
ball 3, 45 Ski Club 3, Chairman 45 Outing Club 35
Varsity "G" Club 45 Broadcasters 35 Student Council 45
Senior Ball Committee.
MARY ELIZABETH ANN BAYLE
'tBaylsie" - Always in the midst of fun . . . known
for her uninhibited laughter . . . plans to major in
teaching or sociology . . . enjoys eating pizza and
decorating for dances.
Dramatics Club 3, 45 FTA Treasurer 2, Vice President
3, President 45 GAC 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3, Sergeant-
at-Arms 45 Ski Club 45 Outing Club 2, 35 World Affairs
Forum 2, 3 5 Knitting Club 3 5 Library Squad 25 Student
Council 25 Red and Black Writing Staffg Junior Prom
Committee Chairmang Senior Ball Committee Chair-
GARY JACK BENWAY
Radiant smile . . . always a neat dresser . , . can be
relied upon . . . enjoys water-skiing, swimming and
skating . . . will go away to school.
Bowling 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Outing Club
2, 3, Senior Ball Committee.
LEE HATHAWAY BINLEY
"Bin" - An active cheerleader . . . always around
where there's fun to be had . . . enjoys swimming,
tennis and skiing . . . will attend college.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 GAC 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, French
Club 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 45 Science Club 25 Outing Club
2, 35 Knitting Club 3, Choir 2, 35 Library Squad 25
Student Council 2, 4, Varsity Cheerleader 45 JV Cheer-
leader 2, 35 Red and Black Photography Staff, Ad Staffg
Junior Prom Court.
CLIFTON ANTHONY BLISS
"Cliff" - Strives on good times and having fun . . .
enjoys guns, hunting, fishing and drag racing . . .
will enter the Navy upon graduation.
Outing Club 2, 3.
GRETCHEN LEONARD BOBST
"G'retch" - Bubbling with mirth and frivolity . . .
enjoys giving parties . . . will study to be executive
secretary or teacher . . . sure to be successful.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 4, GAC 45 Hi-Y 3, 45
Knitting Club 3 5 Library Squad 2 5 Concert Band 2,
3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Red and
Black Ad Staff 3 Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee.
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JANE MARIE BOWEN A
'tBunny" - Eyes that are rhapsodies of blue . . .
active in school affairs . . . soft voiced . . . desires
to excel . . . loves to swim . . . many an eye turns
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 3, Broadcasters 3:
Office Assistant 2, Red and Black Circulation Staff,
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee, Sports
Ticket Seller 4.
GARRY DWIGHT BRIGGS
"Briggsy" - Enjoys swimming . . . driving enthusi-
ast . . . diligent worker . . . loves fun, makes fun . . .
looks forward to a career in the Navy after gradu-
Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Outing Club 2, Lunchroom
Committee 2, 35 Student Council 3.
HOWARD ARTHUR BROWN
"Howie" - A quiet lad with a friendly personality
. . . excellent in math . . . has a way with the girls
. . . anxious to get his hands on an IBM machine.
Bowling 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 35
Outing Club 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Junior Prom
Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Caps and Gowns
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GAIL ANN BRUNNELLE
Always ready to lend a helping hand . . . hard work-
ing, responsible, and determined to succeed.
Completed her Senior year by attending night classes
at Mont Pleasant High School, Schenectady5 Junior
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MARY MICHAELA BUCKLEY
t'Mickey" - A refreshing addition to our class . . .
all around student . . . likes skating, pizza, and boys
. . . plans to go to Russell Sage.
Came to us this year from Dighton High School, Digh-
CAROLINE ANN BULLARD
'fCarolyn" - That infectious giggle . . . those outing
club hikes . . . always willing to support her team . . .
fun to be with . . . is fond of skating, skiing, and
Bowling 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Dramatics
Club 45 Ski Club 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Red and Black
Ad Staff 5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Com-
migtee5 Caps and Gowns Committee5 Sports Ticket
Sel er 4.
JAMES FRANCIS BULMAN
"Bow" - Active in athletics. . . look for him on the
baseball diamond or the dance floor . . . enjoys
football and swimming . . . plans to join the Navy.
JV Football 2, 35 Track 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3,
45 Outing Club 2, 35 Broadcasters 35 Drama Night 35
Sophomore Hop Committee.
RONALD KENNETH BURDO
"Ron" - Likes sports, natural history, and math . . .
enthusiastic in school activities, especially baseball
. . . always ready to help . . . desires a higher educa-
JV Baseball 2, 35 Bowling 3, 4 5 Varsity Football Manager
45 JV Football Manager 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3,
45 Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Science Club
25 Outing Club 25 Varsity "G" Club 45 Patrons' Evening
Play 45 Red and Black Typing Staff5 Junior Prom
Committee5 Senior Ball Committee Chairman.
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PHILIP LEROY CAIVIP
"Campy" - Our red-headed mechanic . . . willing
to lend a helping hand . . . can be seen at the
M dz Ill . . . always ready for fun.
Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Student Council 2, 3.
MARY LOU CAPROOD
f'Cappie" - Mischievous grin . . . loves to dance,
especially rock 'n roll . . . would like to study IBM
machines at Albany Business College.
Knitting Club 35 Guides 2, 3, 45 Red and Black Ad
Staff5 Junior Prom Committee5 Intramural Sports 2, 3.
GERALD ALFRED CHANDLER
"Short" - Enjoys football, basketball, dancing, hot
dogs and girls . . . dislikes homework and snobs . . .
a practical joker . . . ambition is to attend college.
Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 JV Basketball 2, 35 Varsity
Basketball 45 Varsity "G" Club 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL TILTON CLARKE
"Miken - Often seen performing on the stage and
TV . . . can be heard every day on the PA system
. . . wherever there is magic there is "Clarke, the
Honor Society 45 Dramatics Club 3, 4, Vice President 25
FTA 35 French Club 2, Vice President 45 Speaker's
Corps 35 Broadcasters 2, 3, Chairman 45 Concert Band
2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Dance
Band 2, 3, 45 Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 3, 45
Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red and Black Photography
Staff 5 Senior Ball Committee 5 Area All State Band 4.
RUSSELL MELVIN COBB
"C'0bby" - Always laughing and joking . . . has a
great interest in all kinds of engines . . . will he ever
forget the runaway motorcycle?
Outing Club 2.
SUSAN ALICE COLLIN
"Susie'l - Madden's gourmet . . . hard work and
responsibility don't affect her sense of humor . . .
our capable advertising staff editor . . . will we ever
forget that catchy laugh?
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 GAC 3, 45 French Club 45
Science Club 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Broadcasters 3, 45
Activity Ticket Chairman 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Student
Council 35 Drama Night 35 Comedy Night 25 Red and
Black Ad Staff Co-Manager5 Junior Prom Committee
Co-Chairman5 Junior Prom Court5 Senior Ball Com-
mittee5 Announcements Committee Co-Chairman.
CAROLE ANN COLLINS
Quiet and serious . . . likes skating, knitting and
dancing . . . an athletic miss . . . industrious . . .
always busy doing something worthwhile for her
GAC 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 3, Executive Board 45 Guides
3, 45 Red and Black Typing Staff, Photography Staff5
Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee.
KATHARINE ELIZABETH COLSON
"Katiel' -- Our vivacious cheerleader . . . a fun-
loving miss who loves all sports, especially skiing
and tennis . . . the adventurous type.
Honor Society 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3,
45 French Club 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35
Broadcasters 35 Choir 25 Drama Night 35 Varsity
Cheerleader 45 JV Cheerleader 25 Red and Black Ad
Staff Co-managerg Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior
Prom Committee Co-chairmang Senior Ball Committee5
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
PETER WAYNE COMAR
"Pete" - An amateur radio ham . . . enthusiastic
swimmer . . . enjoys sports of all kinds . . . ambition
is to enter the field of conservation . . . friendly and
JV Football 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 German
Club 35 Outing Club 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee5 Sports Ticket Seller 35 Lunch-
room Committee 4.
LEE FRANCIS COMEAU
"Leo" - Quiet hard working student . . . enjoys
wrestling and outdoor activities . . . still finds time
for a part-time job . . . dash of wit . . . future
Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 35 Intramural Bas-
ketball 2, 35 FTA 45 Varsity "G" Club 3, 45 Student
Council 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee.
JEFFREY JOSEPH COOMBS
"Jeff" - Great at speaking and acting . . . very
unpredictable . . . a wonderful sense of humor . . .
fun to be with . . . missed greatly by our class.
Golf 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3, 45
Broadcasters 35 Speakers Corps 35 Red and Black Ad
Staff5 Junior Prom Committee.
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BRUCE WILLIAM cooN '
"C'oonie'l - Sports are his forte . . . sincere, likeable,
and determined . . . outstanding on both the wrest-
ling and football teams . . . enjoys hunting . . . a
welcome addition to any group.
Varsity Football 3. 45 JV Football 25 Track 35 Wrestling
Captain 2, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 35
Outing Club 25 Varsity "G" Club 3, 45 Senior Ball
Committee 45 Honorable Mention J. P. Donnelly Award
35 Junior Prom Committee.
LESLIE JANE DAVIS
"Les" - A talkative and vivacious miss . . . loves
to dance and ski . . . avid reader . . . well dressed...
ambition is to bc a history teacher . . . friendly and
Dramatics Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 French Club 45 Ski
Club 3, 45 Outing Club 35 Knitting Club 35 Broad-
casters 45 Guides 3, 45 Speakerls Corps 35 Concert
Band 35 Marching Band 35 Comedy Night 35 Red and
Black Writing Staff5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior
DIANA VERONICA DEEB
'1Diane" - Sweetness with sincerity . . . loves meet-
ing people . . . a skillful bowler . . . loves to have a
good time . , . dislikes spring boards . . . a future
Bowling 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Outing Club 35 Lunchroom
Committee 45 Red and Black Typing Staffg Senior Ball
MICHAEL GEORGE DEMAS
"G'reekf' - Plans to go to teachers collage and
eventually teach math . . . stars in basketball and
baseball . . . quiet till you know him.
Varsity Basketball 3, 45 JV Basketball Captain 25
Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 25 Varsity "G"
Club 3, Secretary 45 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior
JAMES ERVIN DEYETTE
'fJim" - Great alibi ability . . . friend to all . . .
loves cars and football . . . part-time job occupies
much of his time . . . always ready with a joke.
JV Football 2, 35 Wrestling 25 Intramural Basketball
2, 3, 45 Outing Club 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Octet 45 Red
and Black Ad Staff5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior
BARRY WILLIAM CRONKHITE
Always ready to help . . . likes swimming, track, and
cross country . , . interested in current events and
Track 2, Manager 35 Cross Country 25 Art Club 25
Dramatics Club 35 Science Club 35 Outing Club 25
Varsity "Cv" Club 45 Broadcasters 25 Junior Prom Com-
mittee5 Senior Ball Committee.
SARA ADA CUTSHALL
"Catch" - Individualism galore . . . loads of art
ability . . . a flash of red hair . . . a devilish laugh
. . . always a joke . . . going to New Paltz.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, Secretary 45 Ski Club
25 Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 Art Squad 35
Broadcasters 35 Spe-aker's Corps 35 Student Council 45
Choir 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Com-
edy Night 25 Drama Night 3, 45 Patrons' Evening Play
45 Red and Black Art Edit0r5 Committee Chairman of
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Ball, and Caps
and Gowns5 Area All State Choir 3, 4.
THOMAS FRENCH DEYO
"Tornmy', - A jun-loving senior who likes tinker-
ing with cars . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . .
deceptively quiet . . . plans to join the Air Force.
Cross Country 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3 5 Science
PAUL WARREN DICKINSON
Easy going Paul . . . quiet with a subtle humor . . .
loves to ski . . . enthusiastic about baseball . . .
plans to attend college.
JV Baseball 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Ski
Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Red
and Black Ad Staff, Circulation Staff 5 Senior Ball
Committeeg Caps and Gowns Committee.
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GAIL ANN DiMANNO
A pert little gal who never stops talking . . . diligent
in "mailing early for Christmas" . . . loves dancing
. . . plans to go to college.
Outing Club 25 Knitting Club 35 Guides 35 Lunchroom
Committee 25 Red and Black Photography Staff5
Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee.
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JAMES JOHN DORSEY
'fDorse" . . . Likes to work with cars . . . enjoys
basketball . . . excels in school spirit . . . always
ready ,with a joke . . . spends much of his time
Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Art Club 25 Outing Club
35 Guides 25 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom
Committeeg Senior Ball Committee.
JOHN TERRY DOWD
"Dowdy" - Always will be remembered for his
hearty laugh . . . a track star . . . always ready to
lend a hand . . . plans a career in the paper industry.
JV Football 35 Track 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 35 Intra-
mural Basketball 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Varsity "G"
Club 3, 45 Broadcasters 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee Co-
Chairman5 Hall Monitor.
JUDITH ANN DUDLEY
"Duder" - A lot of fun to be with . . . keen sense
of humor . . . little noise, lots of poise . . . simply
adores chemistry . . . plans to be an X-ray tech-
Science Club 25 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Red and Black Ad
Staff5 Senior Ball Committee5 Caps and Gowns Com-
mittee5 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD EDWARD DUDLEY
"Dick" - Our shy guy . . . easy going . . . never
hurried, seldom worried . . . a hunter and fisherman
. . . plans further technical training.
Track 45 Cross Country 2, 35 Intramural Basketball
2, 3, 45 Science Club 3.
KAY ELAINE DUERS
Always there to show school spirit . . . likes music,
painting, and roller skating . . . excels in math . . .
intends to go to college.
Bowling 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 German Club
3, 45 Ski Club 45 Science Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3,
45 Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Red and
Black Co-Business Manager5 Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee5 Sports Ticket Seller 4.
JUDY ANN DURSIK
"Durs" - Always ready with a cheerful smile . . .
keeps the phone busy . . . skilled artist . . . rollicking
good humor . . . easy to like and fun to be with.
German Club Secretary 3, 45 Science Club 35 Outing
Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 35 Guides 2, 35 Red and
Black Ad Staff, Art Sta'ff5 Sophomore Hop Committee5
Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Intra-
JACQUELINE JUDE DWYER
"Jackie" - Always ready to take responsibilities . . .
enjoys reading and -working with children . . . desires
to be an elementary school teacher . . . sincere in all
Honor Society 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 FTA 2, Publicity
Chairman 3, Board Chairman 45 Library Sciuad 3, 45
Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red and Black Writing Staff5
Senior Ball Committee5 Announcements Committee5
French Club 25 Science Club 3.
DAVID PETER EASTWOOD
NMoose" - Always seen in sports and with girls . . .
always wore a smile wherever he went, until he
broke his jaw . . . ambition is to attain military
Varsity Football 4, JV Football Captain 35 JV Baseball
2, 35 Track 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2,
45 Dramatics Club 45 Outing Club 2, 4, Vice President
35 Varsity "G" Club 3, Treasurer 45 Broadcasters 45
Octet 45 Junior Prom Committee Chairman5 Student
Council Committee Chairman 2, 35 Senior Ball Com-
mittee Chairman5 Stage Lighting 2, 3.
WANDA ANNE EMERSON I A -'
"Wamba" - Always active in school affairs . . .
enjoys world affairs and life in general . . . looking
forward to a career in teaching and youth work . . .
our industrious co-editor.
Honor Society 3, 45 Art Club 25 Dramatics Club 45
FTA 3, 45 GAC 45 Hi-Y 45 Outing Club 2, 35 World
Affairs Forum 3, President 45 AFS 3, 45 Guides 35
Lunchroom Committee 2, Chairman 3, 45 Office Assist-
ant 2, 3, 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Patrons' Evening Play 45
Red and Black Co-Editorg Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee5 UN Examination Award 3.
WILLIAM EARL ERNST
4'Bill" - Sports-minded . . . ardent party goer . . .
personality plus . . . our very own Mickey Mantle
. . . sheds humorous light on many situations . . .
Varsity Baseball 3, 45 JV Baseball 25 Bowling 2, 35
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Science
Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Varsity "G" Club 45 Broad-
casters 3, 45 Red and Black Circulation Staff5 Patrons'
Evening Play 45 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball
MARSHA ELIZABETH FAGAN
Our diligent cello player . . . good student and
careful worker . . . excels in sports such as golf,
swimming, tennis . . . has college plans.
Honor Society 45 Art Club 2, 35 GAC 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45
French Club 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Guides 3, 45
Lunchroom Committee 2, 35 Concert Band 2, Marching
Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Red and Black Writing
Staff, Photography Staff5 Announcements Committee5
Area All State Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
JANA LOUISE FAI-IEYK
"Jan" - A friendly Irish lass possessing a warm
smile . . . an avid sports fan . . . loves to dance . . .
fun to be with . . . a future nurse . . . enjoys caring
for the sick.
Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 Guides 2, 35 Lunch-
room Committee 25 Office Assistant 2, 45 Red and Black
Photography Staff 5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior
Ball Committef-:5 Announcements Committee.
NICOLA SARA FITZGERALD
"Nicky" - Pleasing personality . . . acting ability
. . . congenull to all . . . able seamstress . . . will
study in Paris and Melbourne . . . our exchange
student from Australia.
Dramatics Club 45 World Affairs Forum, Vice President
45 AFS 45 Choir 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red and
Black Writing Staff 5 Senior Ball Committee.
VERONICA RUTH FULLER
"Ronnie" - A lover of animals . . . a whiz in math
. . . a friendly and sincere miss . . . can be seen
playing the drums or cymbals in band . . . our future
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band
2, 3, 4.
DOUGLAS HAROLD GARDNER
"Spider" - A practical joker . . . likes boating . .
keen on girls, physics, and chemistry experiments . . .
is apt to make a big bang in the world.
Wrestling 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45
Outing Club 2, 45 Concert Band 2, 45 Marching Band 2,
3, 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45 Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee.
'fGalesie" - Pleasing personality . . . a sparkle in
her eyes . . . excels in all sports . . . a bundle of pep
and energy . . . an asset to our class.
GAC 43 Outing Club 2, 33 Knitting Club 33 Guides 23
33 Red and Black Typing Staff.
JANE KATHERINE GEROUX
Our pert athlete . . . fun-loving bowler . . . easy to
get along with . . .joyful attitude toward life . . .
a heart-lifting smile . . . interested in secretarikzl
Knitting Club 33 Guides 2, 33 Announcements Com-
we Z! 5,
JOAN MARIE GEROUX
A gracious gal with innate common sense . . . enjoys
peppy people . . . a winning smile and a warm
friendly nod . . . tender hearted twin . . . loves sports.
Outing Club 2, 43 Knitting Club 33 Caps and Gowns
MONA JANE GIFFORD
"Mo" - Always willing to do what she can to help
or console a friend . . . enjoys working with children
. . . wants to travel . . , plans to find a high salaried
Junior Prom Committee.
WENDY MARIAN GLASS
Our Hi-Y President . . . one of the most popular
members of our class . . . a miss who has insured
the success of many of our class's largest under-
Honor Society 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 FTA 43 GAC
3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 43 Ski Club 43 Science Club
23 Outing Club 23 Guides 33 Student Council 2, 3, 43
Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra
2, 33 Patrons' Evening Play 43 Red and Black Ad
Staffg Sophomore Hop Committeeg Junior Prom Com-
mittee Co-Chairman3 Junior Prom Courtg Senior Ball
Committeeg Track Scorer 3.
JOHN HOWARD GOODWIN
"Goodie" - Keeps his friends in stitches . . .
pleasing personality which is topped by a bright
smile . . . interested in sports . . . plans to join the
Air Force after graduation.
Spent his Junior year at New Market, New Hampshire.
High School3 Intramural Basketball 2, 43 Outing Club
23 Sophomore Hop Committee.
' CLARA ANN MARIE GRAVES
I Talented in art . . . Oh! that soprano voice . . . will
be someone's secretary . . . a very well-mannered
miss . . . good natured.
Art, Club 2, 45 GAC 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Woi'ld
Affairs Forum 35 Knitting Club 35 Library Souad 2.
3, 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Red and Black
Art Staff, Typing Staff5 Sophomore Hop and Junior
Prom Committees5 Senior Ball Committee Co-Chair-
man5 Area All State Choir 3, 45 Spring Festival Soloist
2, 3, 4.
JANE ANN GREENBERG
"Janie" - Our loyal cheerleader . . . passion for
history and skiing . . . poised and pert . . . our
pretty Prom attendant . . . lucky UVM . . . sports
Dramaties Club 2, 3, 45 GAC 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 French
Club 2, 45 Ski Club 2, 45 Science Club 25 Outing Club
2, 3: Knitting Club 35 Broadcasters 45 Guides 3, 45
Speaker's Corps 35 Concert and Marching Band 25
Comedy Night 25 Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 JV Cheer-
leader 25 Red and Black Photography Staff5 Sophomore
Hop, Junior Prom, and Senior Ball Committees5 Junior
Prom Court5 Track, Basketball Scorer 2, 3, 4,
DAVID JOSEPH HALLADAY
"Tiger,' - Mischievous in a devilish way , . . a witty
senior who craves excitement . . . as unpredictable
as the weather . . . a fixture on the golf course.
JV Football 25 Track 25 Golf 2, 3: Cross Country 25
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Outing
Club 2, 3, 4 Lunchroom Committee 3.
Our leading lady on the stage . . . excellent in her
studies and in athletics . . . always completes every-
thing she begins . . . an unforgettable personality.
Honor Society 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 GAC 45
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 French Club 45 Ski Club 2, 35 Outing Clut
2, 35 Broadcasters 45 Concert and Marching Band 25
Orchestra 25 Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 35 Patrons
Evening Play 45 Varsity Cheerleader 45 JV Cheerleader
35 Sophomore Hop General Chairman5 Junior Prorr
Committee Co-Chairmang Senior Ball General Chair-
man5 Area All State Band 25 Track Scorer 2, 3.
"Chris" - An outstanding athlete who will be re-
membered for his skills on the gridiron, basketball
court, and the golf course . . . a jovial person who
livens up any gathering.
Honor Society 45 Varsity Football Captain 45 JV Foot-
ball 2, 35 Varsity Basketball 3, 45 JV Basketball 25 Golf
2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 French Club 45 Ski Club 25
Outing Club 2, 35 Varsity "G" Club 2, 3, 45 World
Affairs Forum 45 Broadcasters 45 Speaker's Corps 3'
Patrons' Evening Play 45 Sophomore I-Iop Committee
Junior Prom Committeeg Caps and Gowns Committee
E GARRY LEE HAMLIN
"Boner" - Our Don Juan . . . likes wine, women
and song . . . a veteran football hero . . . unpredict-
able and popular . . . the life of any party.
Varsity Football 2, 35 JV Football 15 Varsity "G" Clut
2, 3, 45 Class President 25 Sophomore Hop Committee
Junior Ring Committee5 Intramural Basketball 4, X
WALTER FLOYD HARRISON III
"Walt" - A clever retort . . . an avid skier - often
seen. flying over the ski slopes . . . watch out Wall
Street . . . plans to write his own math book.
Honor Society 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Intramural
Basketball 2, 45 Basketball Scorer 45 Dramatics Club 2,
3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, President 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45
Outing Club 2, 35 Broadcasters 3, 45 Speaker's Corps 35
Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 35 Patrons' Evening
Play 45 Red and Black Co-Business Manager 5 Senior
Ball Committee5 National Merit Finalist 5 Honor So-
ciety Semi-Finalist5 Finalist in Teluride Association
Summer Scholarship 3.
JON RUSSELL HART ,,. H 'K fi
"Little Jon" - Everyone's pal . . . likes cars and
girls . . . can be found at the Canteen . . . an easy
going guy with a big heart.
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 4.
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"Pennie" - Football and track stars are her favor-
ites . . . will try almost anything once . . . friendly
and talkative . . . life of a party . . . fun to be
with . . . whiz at shorthand.
Honor Society 45 Dramatics Club 2, 35 Outing Club 25
Executive Board 3, 45 Knitting Club 35 Guides 35
Library Squad 2, 3, 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Choir 45
Red and Black Writing Staff, Circulation Staff 5 Soph-
omore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Committee5 Caps
and Gowns Committee.
SARA LEONORE HASTINGS
"Lee" - Personality plus friendliness . . . rollicking
sense of humor . . . carefree and understanding . . .
as changeable as the seasons . . . wants to be a lst
Honor Society 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 FTA 2, 3, 45
GAC 45 Hi-Y 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35
AFS 45 Lunchroom Committee 3, 45 Choir 45 Concert
Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Patrons' Evening
Play 45 Red and Black Ad Staff 5 Sophomore Hop
Committee Chairman5 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
DIANNE SANDS HAVILAND
"Di" -Big heart, little car . . . carefree . . . loves
all types of people and pets . . . always looks on
the best side of things . . . seemingly quiet, but
watch out! ,
Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Art Club 25 FTA 45 Outing
Club 2. 35 Knitting Club 35 AFS 3, 45 Guides 3, 45
Red and Black Writing Staff 5 Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee.
WILLIAM JOSEPH HERMANCE
"Bill" - Easy to get along with . . . a real fun
lover . . . ambitious and willing to carry out any
task . . . a credit to any gathering.
ELAINE RUBY HILLMAN
Most Likely to Succeed
Talented violinist . . . hard-working honor student
. . . enjoys reading, science and art . . . friendly and
ladylike . . . rare combination of industry and fun.
Honor Society 3, Secretary 45 Art Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 45
Science Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35 AFS 3, 45 Art Squad
35 Student Council Treasurer 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Octet
45 Red and Black Art Staffg Class Vice President 2,
Secretary 45 Junior Prom Committee Chairman5 Senior
Ball Committee5 Junior Ring Committee5 Area All State
Orchestra 2, 45 Conference All State Orchestra 45 All
Eastern Orchestra 4.
ARLEEN MAY HODGSON
"Leenie" - A vivacious strawberry blonde . . .
wherever there is a happy gathering, there is Leenie
. . . has an avid interest in white Fords, dancing, and
Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 Guides 35 Library
Squad 2, 35 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Red and Black
Typing Staffg Junior Prom Committee5 Junior Ring
Committee5 Caps and Gowns Committee5 Intramural
Sports 3, 4.
JOHN JEWELL HOWE
Gets a kick out of life . . . cornet is his forte, but 1
typing isn't . . . choir boy . . . always laughing and
playing practical jokes.
Dramatics Club 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Broadcasters 45 Concert and
Marching Bands 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 35 Orchestra
2, 3, 45 Red and Black Writing Staff, Photography
Staff5 Committee Chairman of Sophomore I-Iop, Junior
Prom, and Senior Ball 5 Caps and Gowns Committee5
Area All State Band and Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
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PATRICIA LOUISE HUBERT
"Pat" - Quick on the draw with a witty remark . . .
unforgettable red hair . . . eyes that say a lot . .
marriage in her crystal ball.
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4.
JONATHAN JAY HURWITZ
"Jon" - Mature and responsible class president
who gets around . . . smile for everyone . . . natural
leadership qualities . . . adds a special glow to our
Varsity Football 45 Varsity Basketball 4, JV Basketball
'35 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 JV Baseball Captain 25.
Wrestling 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Dramatics Club
2, 4, Vice President 35 German Club Treasurer 3.
President 45 Science Club 25 Outing Club 25 Varsity
"G" Club 45 AFS 35 Broadcasters 3, 45 Speaker's Corps
President 35 Student Council Secretary 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3, Treasurer 45 Choir 25 Comedy Night 25 Patrons'
Evening Play 45 Class Vice President 3, President 45
Sophomore Hop and Junior Ring Committees: Junior
Prom Committee Chairmang Boys' State 35 Optimist
Citizenship Award 45 Elks Youth Leadership Contest
Winner, Honorable Mention in N. Y. State.
KENDALL CHARLES JOHNSON
"Kenny" - Has a great sense of humor and a keen
linterest in world affairs . . . an airplane fan . . . our
Track 25 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Varsity "G" Club 3, 45
World Affairs Forum 3, 45 Patrons' Evening Play 2.
CAROLYN EDITH JONES
"Jonesie" - Our Madame Rembrandt . . . enjoys
books, music and skiing . . . a popular leader.
Honor Society 3, Vice President 45 Art Club 2, 35
Dramatics Club 45 GAC 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 French Club
3, 45 Ski Club 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Art Squad 25
Broadcasters 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Student Council 25
Choir 35 Concert and Marching Bands 25 Orchestra 2,
3, 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red and Black Art and
Writing Staffs5 Class Treasurer 45 Committee Chair-
man of Sophomore Hop and Senior Ball5 Junior Prom
Co-Chairmang Prom Court5 Girls' State 35 Optimist
Citizenship Award 45 National Merit Commendation.
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'fJoubie" - A flirtatious smile and sparkling eyes
. . . a sincere friend to all . . . our future secretary.
Bowling 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 GAC 3, 45 Science
Club 2, 35 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 3:
Broadcasters 45 Guides 2, 35 Lunchroom Committee 2,
3, 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Drama Night 35 Patrons'
Evening Play 45 Red and Black Typing Editor, Writing
Staff5 Sophomore Hop and Caps and Gowns Commit-
teesg Junior Prom and Senior Ball Committee Co-
Chairman 5 Basketball Scorer 25 Sports Ticket Seller 4.
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"Bobbie,' - Pert and petite . . . loyalty is one of her
strong qualities . . . proficient in roller skating and
dancing . . . Insurance Company is her goal.
Dramatics Club 45 Choir 45 Senior Ball Committee.
CYNTHIA JANE KINGSLEY
"Cinders" - Flirtatious little miss with the knack
for confusing people . . . friend to all . . . full of fun
. . . enjoys music and conversation . . . desires to be
a school secretary.
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 35 Office Assistant
2, 3, 45 Red and Black Photography Staff5 Junior Prom
Committee Co-Chairmang Junior Ring Committee5
Senior Ball Committee5 Caps and Gowns Committee.
CAROL ANN LALOR
"Loll' -- Loves dancing and swimming . . . fond
of reading . . . belle of the roller rink . . . fun
loving . . . vivacious, and extremely talkative . . .
desires to become a beautician.
Came to us from Catholic Central High School in Troy
during her Junior Year5 Outing Club 45 Senior Ball
JANE MILDRED LaMOY
"Janie" - Always willing to assist in school activi-
ties . . . loves dancing and sewing . . . fun loving,
hard working, understanding, and sincere . . .
ambition to be a nurse. '
Art Club 25 Dramatics Club 45 Guides 2, 35 Library
Squad 25 Patrons' Evening Play' 45 Senior Ball Com-
mittee. , 5 .
SUZANNE FRANCES LaMOY
HSllZiCy'l - Active in school activities . . . a sparkling
personality . . . excels in all kinds of sports . . . fun
loving and friendly . . . nursing is in her future plans.
GAC 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 35
Guides 35 Junior Prom Committee5 Red and Black
Typing Staffg Sports Ticket Seller 4.
RUTH MARIE LaPOINTE
"Rucklel' - Loves to read bubble-gum fortunes . . .
enjoys dancing . . . a carefree blonde with an
infectious laugh . . . endless supply of pep and
Dramatics Club 45 Drama Night 45 Outing Club 2, 35
Knitting Club President 35 Guides 2, 35 Library Squad
2, 35 Office Assistant 2, 35 Student Council 25 Sopho-
more Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
JOSEPH CLIFFORD LANGDON
f'Joe" - Lover of outdoors . . . original . . . great
sense of humor . . . enjoys hiking, skiing, and good
food . . . talent for barbershop quartet singing . . .
wants to become a chemical engineer.
Wrestlin 3' Outin Club 2 Historian 3 President 4'
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Red and Black Photography Staffg Junior Prom Com-
mittee5 Senior Ball Committee. ,
JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK LASHWAY, Jr.
Lots of common sense . . . likes to hunt . . . ambi-
tious . . . enjoys working on the farm . . . can be
seen at Sunnyside . . . an outdoor man.
JV Football 25 Outing Club 25 Student Council 25
Intramural Basketball 4.
MICHAEL ERIC LEBOWITZ
"Lebo" - Inquisitive . . . that cheerful grin . . .
unequaled teamwork . . . a gridiron stalwart . . .
whiz on the golf greens.
Varsity Football 45 JV Football 2, 35 Golf 2, 3, 45
Bowling 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45
Science Club 2, 35 Stamp Club 35 Outing Club 35
Varsity "G" Club 45 World Affairs Forum '25 Speaker's
Corps 35 Senior Ball Committee.
DONNA JEANNE LEWIS
"Leu'ie' - An occasional chatterbox . . . likes
collecting records and eating good food . . . always
on the go . . . fun-loving and friendly . . . plans to
be a retail buyer or a receptionist.
Outing Club 25 Knitting Club 35 Guides 2, 35 Lunch-
room Committee 25 Junior Prom Committee.
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Jokes galore . . . hard working but always has time
for fun . . . radiates friendliness . . . enjoys making
movies . . . a future receptionist.
MICHAEL ROBERT LINEI-IAN
'tMike" - Enjoys reading, writing, and playing
chess . . . brightens the advanced algebra class . . .
desires to travel . . . friendly and sincere . . . plans
to join the Air Force after graduation.
Chess Club 45 Red and Black Writing Staffg Intramural
' PATRICIA ANN MAURER
'tPat" - Excels in dancing and acrobatics . . .
enjoys collecting records, pantomiming, and swim-
ming . . . thinks only about today, not yesterday
' or tomorrow.
AC 5 Stamp Club 45 Outing Club 3, 45 Guides 2.
LOUIS ROBERT MeARTHUR, Jr.
ou, - Boisterons sense of humor . . . a girl's
delight . . . tall, blond, and handsome . . . known
for his horsemanship . . . a promising thespian.
Bowling 35 Dramaties Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 SD0llli0I'lS Corps 35 Choir 2, 35
Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 35 Patrons' Evening
Play 45 Junior Prom COHIHIIIIGQQ Senior Ball Com-
mittee5 Conference All State Choir 3.
FRANK EDWIN MCCOY, Jr.
Likes all kinds of sports especially track and field
. . . interested in scouting and forestry . . . plans to
attend college and major in forestry.
Track 35 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Red and Black Ad Staffg
Senior Ball Committee5 Caps and Gowns Committee.
PHILIP ESTABROOKS McDOWELL
"Mac" - A likeable, good natured guy . . . a leader
and erzthnsikzstic member of many organizations . . .
can be seen on the nearest golf course.
Honor Society 45 Golf 2, 3. 45 JV Basketball Manager
25 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Basketball Seorer 45
Dramatic-s Club 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Outing Club 2, 35
Varsity HG" Club 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45
Broadcasters 3, 45 Speakers Corps Treasurer 35 Student
Council 3, President 45 Concert Band 2, 45 Marching
Band 2, 45 Dance Band 25 Drama Night 35 Patrons'
Evening Play 45 Class Secretary 25 Sophomore Hop
Committeeg Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Com-
PHILIP COBB MCINTIRE
Most Likely to Succeed, Best Actor
uPhil" - Versatile is the word for him . . . an
unbeatable combination of scholarship, leadership,
and .service . . . an outstanding member of our class.
Honor Society 3, President 45 JV Football 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, President 45
French Club 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Varsity "G" Club 3, 45
Broadcasters 43 Speaker's Corps 35 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 March-
ing Band 2, 3, 45 Drama Night 35 Comedy Night 25 Patrons'
Evening Play 45 Red and Black Writing Staff5 Class President
3, Vice President 45 Sophomore Hop Committee Chairman5 Junior
Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg Junior Ring Committee:
Dartmouth Books Award 35 National Merit Commendation.
THOMAS JAMES MCINTOSH
"Tom" - Loves to work on cars . . . can be seen
at The Canteen . . . fond of outdoor sports . . .
looks forward to a naval career.
Track 3 5 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Outing Club 3,
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THEODORE GEORGE MONSOUR
"Ted" - Quiet, sincere, known for his common
sense . . . a good dancer . . . has fun bowling . . .
wants to attend business college . . . a special talent
JV Football 1, 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Intramural Bas-
YVONNE SOFIA MONSOUR
"Sofiel' - Quiet, intelligent and sweet . . . avid
participator in sports . . . interested in shorthand
and typing . . . will make a good secretary? . . .
always hardworking. '
FTA 2, 35 GAC 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Student
Council 45 Red and Black Typing Staff, Circulation
Staff5 Junior Prom Committee.
WALTER JAMES MURPHY
'fMurph" - Likes to talk . . . can be found at
Dobert's . . . a future chemical engineer . . .
friendly and fun-loving . . . can often be seen
behind the wheel.
Dramatics Club 45 Outing Club 25 World Affairs Forum
25 Broadcasters 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red and
Black Ad Staff5 Senior Ball Committee Co-Chairman5
National Merit Letter of Commendation.
DOROTHEA ANNE MURRAY
"DottieU - Little lass with a lot to say . . . lively
and excitable . . . unpredictable as the weather . . .
can often be seen water skiing at Lake George.
Honor Society 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 GAC 3, 45
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Ski Club 45 Outing
Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 AFS 35 Library Squad 25
Speakerls Corps 35 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 25
Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 35 Red and Black
VVriting Staff5 Junior Prom Committec5 Senior Ball
Committee5 National Merit Letter of Commendation.
PAUL HARRIS NASON
'tNace" - Our answer to Einstein . . . superlative
in math anrl science . . . thrives on science fiction
. . . welcome addition to any group . . . an explosive
Honor Society 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club
4, French Club 2, 3, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Library Squad
2, Patrons' Evening Play 4, Senior Ball Committee,
Caps and Gowns Committee, National Merit Scholar-
ship Winner, Honor Society Scholarship Finalist.
RONALD LEWIS NEWELL
"Ronl' - Enjoys skiing . . . always has a wise
crack . . . radiates friendliness and fun . . . alurays
has an unexpected remark . . . plans to go to college.
JV Baseball 3, Bowling 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Science Club
4, Outing Club 2, Broadcasters 3, Speaker's Corps 2,
Drama Night 3, 4, Comedy Night 2, Patrons' Evening
MALCOLM BRIAN NICHOLS
"Nick" - Likes all sports, girls, and playing
practical jokes . . . what iroulrl u'e rlo zrithout his
subtle sense of humor? . . . interested in a career
in the Air Force.
Varsity Football 4, .IV Football 2, 3, Track 2, 4, Wrest-
ling 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 4, Outing Club 2, 3.
A quiet, vivacious, and sincere miss . . . helpful
to all . . . loves to cook and paint . . . future
ambition to be a nurse.
Outing Club 2.
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"Fred" - A snou' blowing machine. a home-made
boat, and an ingenious minfl make Frecl one of our
most unique seniors . . . unexpected humor . . .
plans to be a mortician.
Track 2, 3, Cross Country 2. 3: JV Basketball Manager
2, Dramatics Club 2. 3, Science Club 2, 3: Outing Club
2. 3, Historian 4: Varsity "G" Club 4, Broadcasters 3.
4, Student Council 2, Choir 2. 3, 4, Patrons' Evening
Plav 4, Senior Ball Committee: Red and Black Circula-
LINDA ELLEN OBERST
"Obie" - In the midst of any jolly group . . .
lrnoun by everyone . . . a very unprcrlictablc and
friendly gal continually bubbling with encrgy and
Bowling 3, Art Club 2, Ski Club 4, Science Club 3,
Outing Club 2. 3. 4: Knitting Club 3: Library Squad 2,
Office Assistant 3. 4: Choir 2. 3, 4, Junior Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Ball Committee. I
EVELYN WINIFRED .OTTO
"Eve" - Loves to meet people . . . speaks German
with a flair . . . writing poetry and painting are her
favorite pastimes . . . an intelligent miss with a smile
Transferred from Bolton Landing this year5 Band 45
Orchestra 45 Red and Black Art Staff.
MARCIA ANNE OUDEKERK
'fOude" - Talkative, with magic talent for getting
into and out of predicaments . . . forever looking
for something new, different, and exciting . . . hard
worker behind the scenes.
Dramatics Club 45 Ski Club 45 Science Club 2, 35
Outing Club 2, Executive Board 3, 45 Knitting Club 35
Library Squad 2, 35 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Speaker's
Corps 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Red and Black Writing, Typing,
and Ad Staffs5 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball
Committee5 Announcements Committee5 Track Scorer
SHIRLEY ANN OUDEKERK
'fShirl" - Bubbling with laughter . . . a good
listener . . . sticks to her convictions. . . . succeeds at
all she endeavors . . . loves working with people . . .
Art Club 25 Outing Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 Office
Assistant 2, 3, 45 Library Squad 25 Choir 2, 35 Red and
Black Typing Staff, Photography Staff5 Junior Prom
Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Announcements
WENDY ELIZABETH PALMER
An athletic miss . . . always ready for fun . . . likes
music and dancing . . . friendly personality . . . art
lover . . . interested in interior decorating and
Art Club 3, 45 Outing Club 4.
EDMUND EVERETT PARROW
"Ed" -- Manager of a Little League Team . . .
enjoys hunting, bowling, and skiing . . . interested
in business management . . . friendly and sincere.
JV Football 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Stamp
Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35 Library Squad 2, 35 Senior
SANDRA MA RIE PETTIT
"Sandy" - Always full of laughs . . . ambitions and
willing tn help at any task . . . energetic in all school
sports . . . plans to go to IBM school.
GAC 3, 45 Stzunp Club 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting
Club 35 Guides 2, 3, 45 Speakers Corps 35 Choir 25
Caps and Gowns Committee.
LOUIS JAMES PICHEO
"Gino" - Formerly a resident of Italy . . . adds to
all groups . . . willing to be friends . . . a good
looking jocular guy . . . forever helpful and co-
Chess Club 43 Stamp Club 33 Outing Club 2, 3 3 Library
Squad 33 Senior Ball Committee.
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GERALD CHARLES POTTER, Jr.
'fSkip" - Our future "Dobie'Gillis" . . . a great
ability to get along with people . . . the outdoor
type . . . indispensable on the gridiron or in a
Varsity Football 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Outing Club
2, 43 Varsity "G" Club 3, President 43 Student Council
HOWARD GOODRICH POTTER
"Howie" - At home in the great outdoors . . .
spends his summers working or swimming. . . .
hockey and Y.M.CA. take up his spare time in
the cold weather . . .amuzble to all.
Art Squad 23 Art Club 2, 33 Chess Club 23 Outing
Club 2, 3, 43 Speaker's Corps 33 Red and Black Art
Staff? Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, and Senior Ball
LOIS ANN PURICELLI
"Lo" - A sunny smile and a friendly disposition . . .
a drum player in the band . . . an avid skier and
tennis player . . . Hard worker in every endeavor.
Art Club 2, 33 Ski Club 2, 3, 43 Outing Club 2, 3, 43
Art Squad 23 Guides 2, 3, 43 Lunchroom Committee 2,
4, Chairman 33 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band
2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Patrons' Evening Play 43 Red and
Black Typing Staff 3 Junior Prom Committee3 Senior
SUSAN ELIZABETH RIDLEY
"Susie" - Sincerity plus . . . loves to talk and
sing . . . a friend to all . . . pretty member of our
Prom court . . . plans to be a teacher.
Honor Society 43 FTA 23 Outing Club 2, 33 Choir 2,
3, 43 Octet 43 Red and Black Circulation Co-Manager3
Junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Prom Court 3 Senior
"Ring" - Lively miss . . . always found chattering
. . . loves a good argument . , . interested in history
and foreign affairs . . . enthusiastrb student , . .
Dramatics Club 3, 43 FTA 2, 33 GAC 3, 43 French
Club 43 Ski Club 43 Outing Club 2, 33 World Affairs
Forum 33 Knitting Club 33 AFS 3, President 43 Broad-
casters 3, 43 Library Squad 23 Spe-aker's Corps 33
Student Council 23 Choir 2, 33 Drama Night 33 Patrons'
Evening Play 43 Sophomore Hop Committceg Junior
Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Committee Co-Chair-
man3 Red and Black Writing Staff.
CHRISTOPHER ARNOLD ROBERTS
"Kiln - Tops on the basketball court . . . usually
quiet, but active in many school affairs . . . lively
interest in sports, especially baseball and golf.
Varsity Football 35 Varsity Basketball 45 JV Basket-
ball 2, 35 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 2, 3,
45 Outing Club Treasurer 25 Broadcasters 45 Red and
Black Circulation Staff5 Class Treasurer 35 Junior Prom
Committee Co-Chairmang Senior Ball Committee Co-
Chairman5 Junior Ring Committee5 National Merit
Letter of Commendation.
PATRICK EDWARD ROBINSON
"Pat" - Pleasing smile and manly physique . . .
school comes between working and dating . . .
animated walk . . . enjoys hot dogs . . . sincerely
interested in his friends.
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 2, 35 Outing
Club 2, 3.
STEVEN CHARLES ROHRWASSER
"Steve" - Will be remembered for quick wittiness
. . . enjoys skiing and swimming . . . interested in
science . . . plans to attend college and major in
civil engineering or architecture.
Bowling 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 43
Science Club 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Red and Black
Ad Staff5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Com-
mittee5 Announcements Committee.
ALBERT WILLIAM RONAN, Jr.
"Albie" - Tall, lanky, and easy going . . . at home
on the basketball court . . . friendly and fun loving.
Transferred from St. Mary's this yearg Senior Ball
Committee5 Intramural Basketball 4.
JOAN MARSHA ROSENBERG
'fJoni" - Enjoys hunting - for dears! . . . petite
and 'uivacious . . . carefree and easy going . . .
bubbling over with school spirit . . . future plans
Dramatics Club 45 GAC 45 French Club 45 Science
Club 35 Outing Club 35 Knitting Club 35 AFS 3, 45
Broadcasters 45 Lunchroom Committee 35 Speaker's
Corps 45 Student Council 3, 45 Red and Black Writing
and Ad Staffs5 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball
Committee5 Track and Basketball Scorer 3, 4.
JOHN FREDERICK ROUSSEAU, Jr.
Our Own Mr. America . . . all around scholastically
and socuilly '. . . lucky Amherst . . . a born comedum
. . . plans a career in law . . . an expert on the ski
Varsity Football 3, JV Football 25 Track 35 VVrestling
25 Intrmaural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 25 Varsity
"G" Club 3, 45 Broadcasters 35 Speaker's Corps 3:
Octet 45 Red and Black Circulation Co-Manager!
Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Committee
Co-Chairman5 Senior Ball Committee Co-Chairman5
Honor Society 3, 45 National Merit Letter of Com-
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RITA IRENE ROZELL
Q 'fRcte" - A small bunrlle of joy anal laughter . . .
petite young miss with a radiant smile . . . goorl
naturefl anal cheery . . . craves excitement anal fun
. . . enjoys singing.
mi, FTA 33 GAC 43 Ski Club 43 Science Club 23 Outing
Club 2, 33 Knitting Club 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Sophomore
Hop Committee3 Junior Prom Comniittccw Senior Ball
Committeeg Announcements Committee.
ROBERT JAMES ROZELL
"Bohn - Our salesman from lllontgornery lVarfl . , .
cheerful, harrl working, anrl friendly . . . just aflorcs
Physics . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . wants to
become an electrical engineer.
Stamp Club 33 Outing Club 2, 33 Library Squad 2, 33
Red and Black Ad Stziffg Senior Bull COIHmlft98Q
Announcements Committee CO-Cll21ll'IHtlHQ Patrons' Eve-
cvze ala! .
MARY LOUISE ST. JOHN
'fLou" -- Always has something nice to say about
everyone . . . remarkably talented in writing both
poetry and prose . . . friendly and fun loving . . .
will always be remembered.
Red and Black Writing Staff.
NANCY JEAN SAKAYAN
f'AfanCw - A cheerful smile ancl a friendly rlisposi- ,Lanai
tion . . . gracious and sincere . . . a hard and con- if M '
scientious worker . . . an excellent student.
Honor Society 43 Art Club 2, 33 GAC 43 Hi-Y 43
German Club 3, 43 Outing Club 2, 33 Guides 3, 43
Lunchroom Committ.ee 3, 43 Library Squad 2, 3, 43
Choir 23 Red and Black Photography Staffg Junior
Prom Committee3 Senior Ball Committee.
JOHN CHARLES SCIOLI
"Qui aime beaucoup le francais" . . . strives to do
his best . . . often seen in his little car . . . depend-
able, sturlious, anrl friendly.
French Club 3, Program Chairman 43 Science Club 33
Outing Club 33 World Affairs Forum Secretary-Treas-
urer 43 AFS 33 Orchestra 23 Junior Prom Committee
Co-Chairm:1n3 Senior Ball Committee Co-Chairman3
Caps and Gowns Committce3 Red and Black Circulation 'A E
Staff, Sports 'Ticket Seller 3.
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A future grarle school teacher . . . always ready to
help a frienrl . . . a conscientious worker . . . sincere
and harrl working in all her enflcavors.
French Club 3, 43 Outing Club 23 Patrons' Evening
Play 43 Junior 'Prom Committecg Cups and Gowns
ROBIN ANN SEARLE
'tR0b" - Our answer to the lark . . , combination
of laughter, intelligence, and sincerity . . . always
ready for fun . . . a remarkable sense of humor.
Dramatics Club 45 CAC 43 Hi-Y 45 French Club 2, 35
Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35 AFS 3, 45 Speaker's
Corp 35 Student Council Committee Chairman 2, 35
Choir 2, 3, 45 Octet 3, 45 Patrons' Evening Play 45 Red
and Black Photography Staff5 Junior Prom Com1nittee5
Senior Ball Co1nmittee5 Announcements C0mmittee5
Area All State Choir5 All Eastern Choir.
KENNETH PAUL SEEBER
HKennyl' - A jovial individual who is a welcome
aflrlition to our class . . . will do anything for
laughs . . . often thoughtful and serious . . . desires
to be a veterinarian. .
Varsity Football 45 .IV Football 2, 35 Varsity Basket-
ball 45 JV Basketball 2. 35 Track 35 Golf 25 Ski Club
25 Outing Club 25 Varsity 'AGM Club 45 Concert, Band
2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Octet 45
Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Committee
Chairma.n5 Senior Ball Committee.
P. M. DENNIS SHAW
"Den", - Full of vim, vigor, and vitality . . . enjoys
Outing Club hikes . . . diligent in all his efforts . . .
staunch and dependable.
JV Football 25 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 35
Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Ski Club 35 Science Club
35 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 World Affairs Forum 35 Lunch-
room Committee 35 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
Ball Committee5 .Announcements Committee. '
GERALD TIMOTHY SHEA
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H7'im" i Give him a paint brush and away he goes
with a remarkable result . . . always has a joke and
a smile . . . plans a military career.
JV Football 35 Intramural Basketball 45 Athletic Asso-
ciation Treasurer 45 Red and Black Art Staffg Junior
Prom Committee Co-Cbairman5 Senior Ball Committee
NORMA ANN SHIMAS
t'Norm" - A devoted and understanding friend . . .
gentle thoughts about everyone . . . meets life with
a smile . . . a quiet, thoughtful miss.
Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Knitting Club 35 Guides 2, 35
Library Squad 2, 35 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 Choir 25
Red and Black Typing Staff5 Junior Prom Committee5
Senior Ball Committee5 Junior Ring Committee5 An-
MICHAEL RALPH SIMPKINS
'tMike" - Bowling is his favorite sport . . . un-
harried, unflurrieal, unworrierl . . . enjoys life to the
utmost . . . can be seen at all the athletic events.
JV Football 35 JV Baseball 35 Bowling 45 Intramural
Basketball 3, 45 Chess Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Outing
Club 3, 45 Red and Black Atl Staff5 Junior Prom Com-
mittecg Senior Ball Coininittce5 Caps and Gowns
LINDA JANE SMITH
"Smitty" - A smile lights her entire face . . .
enjoys being around people and going places . . .
active member of our choir . . . a future florist.
Bowling 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 Ski Club 3, 43
Science Club 23 Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Knitting Club
33 Guides 33 Library Squad 23 Office Assistant 33
Speaker's Corps 33 Choir 2, 43 Concert Band 2, 33
Marching Band 2, 33 Octet 43 Patrons' Evening Play
43 Red and Black Ad Staffg Junior Prom Committee
Chairman3 Senior Ball Chairman3 Area All State
ROBERT TREMAN SMITH, Jr.
"Bob" - An active sportsman . . . our devoted
yearbook co-editor . . . going to University of
Rochester to major in economics . . . contributes
much to school activities.
Honor Society 4g Track 2, 3, Captain 43 Wrestling 33
Cross Country 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity "GH
Club 2, 3, 43 World Affairs Forum 33 AFS 3, 43 Broad-
casters 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Patron's Evening
Play 43 Red and Black Co-Editor3 Sophomore Hop
Committeeg Junior Prom Co-Chairman3 Senior Ball
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Spirited member of our pep and marching bands
. . . enthusiastic "Crooner" in choir . . . willing and
conscientious worker . . . always available when
Track 23 Wrestling Manager 37 Intramural Basketball
3, 43 Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43 FTA 43
Science Club 43 Outing Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity "G" Club
43 Broadcasters 3, 43 Choir 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Concert
Band 2, 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3, Manager 43 Pep
Band 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Com-
mittee3 Senior Ball Committee3 Area All State Band 4.
iq LINDA LEE STEWART
f'Lin" - An abundance of artistic ability . . . a
fluent conversationalist . . . what a sense of humor!
. . . plans to pursue a career in commercial art.
Art Club 2, 33 Outing Club 2, 33 Knitting Club 33
Art Squad 2, 33 Lunchroom Committee 23 Library
Squad 23 Sophomore Hop Committee Co-Chairman3
Junior Prom Committee3 Intramural Sports.
PAMELA JOYCE TRIMBEY
"Pam" - Fine athlete and student . . . a popular
cheerleader with plenty of school spirit . . .
friendly . . . especially talented in French and music.
Honor Society 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 GAC 45
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 Science Club 25 Outing
Club 2, Broadcasters 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Student
Council 2, 3, President 4-25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
2, 3, 45 Octet 45 Drama Night 35 Varsity Cheerleaders
3, Captain 45 JV Cheerleader 25 Red and Black Circula-
tion Staff 5 Sophomore Hop Committee 5 Junior Prom
Committee Chairmang Senior Ball Committee.
GLORIA ANN TRIPP
Sincere . . . willing to help . . . interested in art,
especially fashion designing . . . plenty of common
sense . . . pert, pretty, and polite.
Art Club 2, 35 Outing Club 25 Art Squad 2, 35 Guides
2, 35 Lunchroom Committee 25 Red and Black Art
Staff5 Sophomore Hop Committee5 Junior Prom Com-
MILDRED ELIZABETH TUPPER
"Betty" - Quiet but secretly mischievous . . . an
avid reader and history student . . . dislikes chem-
istry and rainy days . . . awaiting an exciting future.
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 FTA 4, Outing Club 25
Guides 2, 35 Junior Prom Cornmitteeg Senior Ball
Committee5 National Merit Letter of Commendation.
JOHN BRETT VAN DERWARKER
"Chin" - Practical joker who thrives on fun . . .
happy-go-lucky individual . . . loves to work on his
red 1940 automobile . . . likes building models.
JV Football 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Intramural Basketball
2, 3, 45 Outing Club 35 Varsity "G" Club 3, 45 March-
ing Band 25 Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball
SUSAN ANN VARNEY " iii' T A A
"Cookie" - Quiet and sincere . . . a good addition
to any group . . . enjoys reading and cooking . . .
loves to have a good time . . . a future secretary.
Dramatics Club 45 Outing Club 2, 3, 45 Library Squad
25 Red and Black Typing Staff5 Junior Prom Com-
mittee5 Senior Ball Committee.
ELIZABETH FLORENCE VIEHMANN
f'Bet" - Ambitious and good-natured . . . fun
loving with a sunny smile . . . sincerity plus . . .
plays violin in the orchestra . . . plans to be a
Outing Club 25 Guides 25 Student Council 35 Orchestra
2, 3, 45 Red and Black Photography Co-Editor5 Senior
LOUISE MARY WAGNER
"Lou" - Enjoys flying, world affairs, reading and
swimming . . . friendly, sincere, and hard-working
. . . will attend college.
Honor Society 45 FTA 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 German Club 3,
45 World Affairs Forum 3, 45 Guides 3, 45 Library Squad
2, 3, 45 Speaker's Corps 35 Red and Black Photography
Co-Editorg Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Ball Com-
ANGELA BILLIE WARNER
"Kitten" - Born during an air raid in London,
England . . . plans to become an airline hostess . . .
loves dancing, swimming, boating, and travelling.
Transferred from Queensbury after her Sophomore year5
Junior Prom Committee.
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GWEN SUTHERLAND WARNER
Enthusiastic cheerleader . . . our lovely Prom queen
. . . bright and gay personality . . . likes swimming,
skiing, and diving . . . hopes to enter a Liberal Arts
Dramatics Club 45 FTA 25 GAC 3, Treasurer 45 Hi-Y
2, 3, 45 French Club 3. 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club
25 Outing Club 25 Knitting Club 35 Broadcasters 45
Student Council 2, Homeroom Chairman 45 Concert and
Marching Bands 2, If Varsity Cheerleader 45 JV Cheer-
leader 2, 35 Red and Black Photography Staff 5 Class
Secretary 35 Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Ball,
and Junior Ring Committees5 Junior Prom Queen.
JUDITH ANN WARNER
'fJucc" . . . Asset to our class . . . outstanding
student . . . hardworking Hi-Y vice president . . .
sports enthusiast, especullly skiing and swimming
. . . next year will include college.
GAC 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 45
French Club 3, 45 Ski Club 4f Science Club 25 Outing
Club 2, 35 Knitting Club 35 Concert Band 2, 35 March-
ing Band 2, 35 Orchestra 25 Red and Black Writing
Staff5 Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Ball, and
Caps and Gowns Committees.
SUSAN ELIZABETH WELLS
"Shcrry" - Vivacious blonde, excels in blushing . . .
always looks on the bright side of life . . . will
further her education after graduation.
Dramatic-s Club 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 GAC 3, 45 Hi-Y 45
French Club 3, 45 Science Club 35 Outing Club 2, 35
Knitting Club 35 Concert Band 25 Marching Band 2,
35 Drama Night 35 Patrons, Evening Play 45 Red and
Black Photography Staff5 Junior Prom and Senior Ball
WAYNE MICHAEL WELLS
"Butchl' - Enjoys cars and girls . . . keen on study
halls, wrestling, bowling and other sports . . . intends
to join the Air Force.
CHARLES GILBERT WESTFALL
"Chunky" - Quiet in class, but a demon on the.
tennis court . . . full of enthusiasm . . . would make
a good coach , . . likes ice hockey and football.
Varsity Football 45 JV Football 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45
Varsity Basketball Manager 35 Intramural Basketball
2, 3, 45 Outing Club 45 Varsity "G" Club 45 Junior Prom
Committeeg Senior Ball Committeeg Timer for Basket-
JOHN CLOSS WILLLIAMS, Jr.
NWill" - Our Walter Winchell . . . wants to be a
medical doctor . . . excels in wrestling and base-
ball . . . alert and diligent.
Honor Society 45 Varsity Baseball 3, 45 JV Baseball
1, 25 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 25 Dra-
matics Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25
Outing' Club 2, 35 Varsity "G" Club 2, 3, 45 Broadcasters
3, 45 Speakers Corps 35 Concert and Marching Bands 25
Comedy Night 25 Drama Night 35 Patrons' Evening
Play 45 Red and Black VVriting Staff5 Caps and Gowns
Committee5 Committee Chairman of Sophomore Hop,
Junior Prom, and Senior Ball5 Post-Star Correspondent
NATHANIEL THOMAS WILLIAMS
f'Merc" - Talented artist . . . an easy going guy
with a big heart . . . his favorite hobbies are girls,
cars, and dancing . . . would like to be an architect.
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Outing Club 2, 35 Senior
BRIAN KENT WILSEY
'fC'urly" - Quiet and likeable . . . recognized for
his spirit on the gridiron . . . loves to ride around
on his motorcycle . . . will join the Army after
Varsity Football 3, Captain 45 JV Football 1, 25 Intra-
mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Varsity "G" Club 3, 4.
RONALD PAUL WINTER
"Ronnie" - Looks efficient with a pencil behind
his ear . . . ready to crack a joke . . . hunting and
sailing enthusiast . . . would like to take a course in
hotel management. Q
Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Red and Black Ad Staff5
Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball Committee.
MELODY MARGARET WOOD
Gay and friendly . . . plenty to say . . . ri charming
smile . . . noted for her shiny black hair . . . loves
music and dancing . . . plans to become a secretary.
Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Guides 25
Drama Night 35 Comedy Night 25 Red and Black
Circulation Staffg Junior Prom Committee5 Senior Ball
ANDREW OLIVER GARAND
"Ollie" - Formidable football opponent
. . . likes cars . . . strong, silent type
. . . always available when you need a
friend . . . has mechanical ability.
Varsity Football 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Intra-
mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom
MICHAEL STEPHEN MUDGETTE
"Pic" - Never worried, seldom hurried
. . . personality pleasing to all . . . a
real joker at heart . . . a truly happy-
MICHAEL GEORGE WOODBURY
"Woody" - Talkative with a sense of
humor . . . plays golf, skis, and likes to
tease . . . heading for college and then
the seventh vice-presidency of Wood-
bury Lumber Company.
Honor Society 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Intramural
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Chess Club President 45
Ski Club 2, 35 Science Club 25 Outing Club
25 Speaker's Corps 35 Concert and March-
ing Bands 23 Orchestra 25 Red and Black
Ad Staff5 Sophomore Hop and Junior Prom
Committees5 Committee Co-Chairman of
Senior Ball and Caps and Gowns5 National
Merit Letter of Commendation 5 UN EX-
amination Award 3.
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The Class of 1961 distinguished itself as many of its members were recognized for their
outstanding achievements in citizenship and scholarship.
Wanda Emerson was awarded a trip to the United Nations Youth Seminar in New York
City last year for receiving the highest mark in a special examination on the U. N. Mike
Woodbury received a monetary award for second place.
Jon Hurwitz and Carolyn Jones were our representatives to Empire Boys' and Girls'
State, and recipients of the Optimist Youth Appreciation Week Good Citizen Award.
Elaine Hillman received the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award.
Philip Mclntire was the recipient of the Dartmouth Books Award and the winner of
both the Elk's Club Leadership Award and an English award from the National Council of
Teachers in English.
Jacqueline Dwyer was our school's nominee for the Jenkins Memorial P.T.A. Award.
Twelve seniors received letters of commendation in the National Merit Scholarship
VValter Harrison received the Bausch and Lomb Science Award and was a Finalist in
both the National Merit and National Honor -Society Scholarship Programs.
Paul Nason was awarded a National Merit Scholarship. This was particularly outstand-
ing since National Merit Scholarships were awarded to less than 1,000 of the nation's secondary
school seniors. Paul was also a Finalist in the National Honor Society Scholarship Program.
Winners of New York State Regents Scholarships were Edna Achenbach, Katharine
Colson, Wanda Emerson, Walter Harrison, Carolyn Jones, Philip McIntire, Paul Nason,
Robert Smith, John Rousseau, and Pamela Trimbey. Walter Harrison, Paul Nason, and Robert
Smith were also winners of New York State Science and Engineering Scholarships.
Miss Helen S. Gahimer
Entering Glens Falls Senior High School two years ago was a thrilling experience for
the Class of '62, but we had many difficulties to overcome in the beginning of our high school
career. We entered our junior year, however, with self-confidence and enthusiasm for meeting
new challenges. To guide us we re-elected David Clark as our president, and elected Jane Mc-
Nairy, vice-president, Penny Peck, secretary, and Arnold Alkes, treasurer.
Our first big event this year was ordering and receiving our class rings. From the time
the ring committee, consisting of David Clark, Jane McNairy, Scott Alexander, Gretchen
Herschleb, and Penny Peck, displayed the samples, we could scarcely wait to receive our rings.
The ring mounting was round, and the rings were very special and different from other class
rings. We had our choice of ruby, gold, or black onyx with the Glens Falls crest. Although
everyone had a hard time deciding on the background, when the rings arrived, we unanimously
agreed that they were the most beautiful we had ever seen.
In the field of sports, the Junior Class has been active and outstanding. In football we
starred Dave Clark, Mike Smith, Cal Tucker, Todd Zenger, Dave Usher and Neild Waterman.
In our beautiful gym we shouted and yelled when Mike Smith, Dave Clark, Pat Wright, and
Cal Tucker sank baskets for the varsity team. Mary Lee Moynihan, Gretchen Herschleb, Jane
McNairy, Priscilla Van Wirt, and Peggy Halladay have led us in cheering both the jayvee and
varsity teams to victory.
Jane McNairy was elected vice-president of Student Council the first term, Gretchen
Herschleb, the second term. In March, Gretchen Herschleb was chosen to represent our school
this summer at Girls' State, and Zoltan Gaal was chosen to attend Boys' State.
Being tapped for Honor Society while a. junior is a great accomplishment. Six of our
members were so honored at the impressive National Honor Society assembly in the spring:
Barbara Bulova, Katherine Carter, Marilyn Crannell, Helen Cowles, John Glaspey, and Ann
As with all Junior classes, however, our Junior Prom was the high point of our year.
Under the co-chairmanship of Gretchen Herschleb and Arnold Alkes, we took a magic carpet
to "Far Away Places," and we will always remember the soft lights, soft colors, haunting music,
and beautiful gowns. Then came the climax of the evening - the entrance of our own beauti-
ful Prom Queen, Mary Lee Moynihan, and her lovely attendants: Gretchen Herschleb, Sharon
Hickey, Kristine Kenney, Jane McNairy, Penny Peck and Priscilla Van Wirt. After the Inter-
mission Party and the After-the-Ball Party, we gathered next morning, weary and exhausted
but full of "wasn't it beautiful" memories, for the Clean-up Party!
We are specially grateful to our Junior class adviser, Miss Gahimer, and to all of our
teachers who have helped us to complete successfully our second year in Glens Falls High.
Having had a year full of fun, knowledge, exciting experiences, and success, the Class of '62
is looking forward to its Senior Year.
Not pictured with the class: Steven Craig, Frederick DuMont, Marlene Fish, Nelson Gause,
Richard Gillingham, Howard Gray, Georgia Gritzbach, Garry LaMora, William Mangine,
Dale Mellon, Jonathan Potter, Marie Potter, Philip Reynolds, Herman Rumrill, Janice
Slhavg Wilfred Smith, Henry Suckman, Calvin Tucker, David Usher, Paul Usher, Roger
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Our sophomore class, a little wet behind the ears, entered Senior High
School in September 1960. For a short time we were bewildered by the many
different activities and procedures, but it didn't take us long to develop a
feeling that we were part of Senior High.
Our first important class activity, under the supervision of Miss Bazinet,
was the Sophomore Hop. We decorated the gym to the theme of "East of the
Sun." The artistic and social success of our dance was attributed to the hard
working committee heads and their helpers - financially, it was another story!
Many members of our class were active in sports. Joseph Carusone, Neil
Goodrich, John Weber, Dale Comar, Joe Monsour, and Stephen Kelly made
the varsity football squad. During the basketball season, Joseph Carusone
played on the varsity team while many other sophomores played on the jayvee
team. Neil Goodrich, Richard Collin, Bruce McElmon, Mike Chandler, and
William Garrow added some needed strength to the wrestling team. Cheering
the Indians on to victory were the jayvee cheerleaders: Barbara Slayton,
Carollee Viger, and Sharon DeGraff.
Many sophomores have also participated in extracurricular activities such
as music and dramatics. The Sophomore Dramatics Club presented "Perchance
to Dream" with great enthusiasm and brought much enjoyment to a large
Most important of all, however, was our high scholastic standing and good
representation on honor rolls. VVe have had a wonderful year and will be looking
forward to bigger things next year.
Not pictured with the class: Linda Atwell, Daniel Bacon, Linda Corlew, Tom Hack, Richard
Harding, Donald Harney, Robert Havens, Bruce Hunter, James Johnson, Thomas McCarthy,
gahMuclge1tte, James Richardson, Gordon Saville, Susan Service, James Skellie, Joseph Skellie,
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To the people of Glens Falls goes our sincere thanks for the
helping hand extended to us during our three years at Glens Falls
High School. Without their devoted assistance and patronage, many
of our school functions would not have been successful. They not
only furnished us with props for stage productions and decorations
for our dances, but provided many of us with part-time and summer
We are especially grateful to our advertisers, for without their
cooperation and support the publication of this yearbook would not
have been possible.
Our contact with the members of our community has made
us more conscious of the numerous benefits Glens Falls has to offer.
The various examples of community service frequently demonstrated
by local businessmen has shown us the path we should follow when
we take our place in the community as adults.
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Ames Chemical Worlrs I II ooooo I
Apex lnduslrial Conslrucfion Corp. o,YII II
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Bes'r Wishes To The Class of COnQF6'l'Ul6'H0Y1S from
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Clarksburg, W. Va.
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TQZWUZOOLJ - prinfed by Norfhern New York's Finesf
Prinfing House are sure 'ro please.
Have your 1962 book prinfed fhe
BULLARD - GLENCRAFT prinfing, inc.
THIRTEEN EAST WASHINGTON ST.. GLENS FALLS
Telephone RX 2-2050
Class of 1961!
M. Ames Chemical Works, Inc.
WARREN SHELL SERVICE
Corner Warren Xa Oak Sfreel'
Success To The
Class of I96I
Colonial Restaurant G'e"S Fans- NY'
38 Elm Slreel' Besl Wishes From
Gm Fans New Y""c cRoNlN-MANelNE LAUNDRY
Phone RX 2-9604 6l Walnul Slreel' Glens Falls
Congralulalions and Besl' Wishes
Class of I96l
DE LONG'S DAIRY
REGAN 6' DENNY
FUNERAL SERVICE, INC.
GIens FaIIs, New York
C. K. Denny 34I GIen Sireei
J. F. Regan, Jr. Tel. RX 2-I I I4
Phone RX 2-l48I Upper Bay Si. '
DEMPSEY BLOCK AND STEEL, INC. COn9'aIu'aI'Ons fo me
"Since 1900" Class of 'bl
Glens Falls. New York
Besi' Wishes of Market
CORONET BEAUTY SALON
I42 GIen SI' ee'I' ,. . ,.
RX 2-5098 MarshaIIrS. Levine, Prop. Your Nmghborhood Siore
Official Phoiographer for 'rhe l96I Red and Black
7 Warren S'rree'I' Phone RX 2-8I33
Our phoiography edifors, BeH'y Viehmann and
Louise Wagner discuss acfiviiy shois wiih Joe Cervera
LYN BEAUTY SALON
l6lf2 Exchange Sfreef
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Carolyn Lemmon Phone
Owner RX 2-4894
Your Friendly Drug Sfore
Our Besl' Wishes Beg? Wishes
l96I Senior Class from
Feigenbaum BoxER's DRUG STORE
Service ls Our Business
Besi' Wishes Of
TOM ROGERS AGENCY
Phone RX 2-3323
SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS
ARKELL 8m SMITHS
Specialty and Multiwall Bags
Fenimore, Hudson Falls. New York
Phone Rl-l 7-3335
95 Main Srreel'
Soufh Glens Falls
Phone RX 2-4058
Affer a hard day in school,
Grefchen and Louis enjoy an
ice cold Coke.
G U Q
.., I Philo Ave
gq GLENS FALLS
4.9 U O
ii' .C.l Q.
'Q f.l C Q I
Q O I If
Congratulations To The Class of '61
Please feel free fo sfop in ai our convenien+ new
siudio . . . iusi off Glen S+., opposiie Horicon
Ave. for cheerful service any Hme. Evereif
Bowie, Class of '55, now our Sfudio Manager.
Good Luck 'bl
I 70 Glen Sfreef
29 Warren S+.
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Royal Typewriier Agency
L E. Wagoner
Besf Of Luck Class of l96I
6 Warren S+.
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Ambridge Modular School
GLENS FALLS INSULATION COMPANY
9 Marion Avenue Phone RX 2-l652
Glens Falls. New York J. H. Minniclc, Pres.
APEX INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION CORP.
Zl Walnul Slreel' Phone RX 2-58I9 Glens Falls. N. Y.
Lee and Sue pause +o admire This modern building
recenlly conslrucled by 'rhe Apex Consfruclion Corp.
Guidance-Balance Training Aclivilies HERTZ
Placemenr ln Key Posilions JEWELER
Professional and Governmenl' Offices GIJJSI Fiminrjlfirork
Business College eood Luck 'si
I26-I34 Washinglon Ave. MACK DRUGIS
Albany lo' N'Y' I75 Glen Slreel' 1 Glens Falls
672 glen Sffeel BEST WISHES FROM
S. S. P ' d P ' .
egffclfie, 'em' GoIdstock's Sporting Goods
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Corner Glen and Parlc S1'ree'l's
CLASS OF Glens Falls Telephone
New Yorlc RX 2-l034
24 Maple S+ree+
' Glens Falls. New York
Wi'rh 'rhe aid of Mrs. Doherfy and
+he moral supporf of Mike Clarke,
Kafie Colson signs on fhe doH'ed line
for an insurance policy.
The Most Unique Log Cabin Restaurant
In The Adirondacks
THE H ITCHING POST
Rouie 9N Excellenl' Food
Lalce Luzerne. N. Y. Open All Year
Telephone Luzerne 696 - 94I4
Congralulallons To The Success To The Graduafes
mass of 6' GLOBE TAXI
JOHN L- VWLSON RX 2-I234 RX 2-1234
Besl Wishes From NORMAN'S
A B C SERVICE STATION
28 - 30 Elm S1'ree+ Gulf Producis
Glens Falls, New York ll8 Broad S+. RX 2-5777
THE FASH ICN SHOP
I7 Ridge Slreel Glens Falls, N. Y.
T N 7,.
Cur Junior Prom Queen. Gwen Warner. models one of 'rhe
many beaufiful gowns available a+ lhe Fashion Shop.
Bed Wishes Hom QUEENSBURY BARBER sHoP
DUERS OIL CO l-lo+el Basemenf
' 82 Ridge Slreel'
84 Bay Slreel Glens Falls, New York
Congraiulafions To The
Class of I96I Success To The Graduaiing Class
The Na'I'ional Cash Regis+er Company HYDES LUNCHEONE-I-TE
70l Glen Sl. Tel. RX 2-2lO8
Judy Warner is opening a Thrif+iCheck Accounf wifh Paul
E. Lavine, Vice Presidenf and Cashier of our bank while Kafie
Colson looks on.
Good Luck - and more!
Managing your money properly is more fhan a maffer of
good luck, as you probably disqvered some fime ago.
You're iusf af fhe righf age 'l'o sfarf using fhe money
managemenf "secref" of financially successful people every-
where - a checking accounf.
Here af Firsf Nafional Bank, many young people find
a Thrif'I'iCheck accounf ideal for keeping fabs on fheir
allowance, and ofher funds fhey earn. We'll be glad fo
explain how useful a ThriffiCheck accounf can be fo you, foo!
Why noi' sfop in soon? You'll be glad you did.
Bank of Glens Falls
. 'QE ::Eg X
Bolton Landlng 53 5 my-Elgggyg, -. y
South Glens Falls i ,U
Member Federal Deposit fj
. .-., 1. r.:::-1-:ff
Insurance Corporation " '-
THE FLAIR SHOP
208 Glen S+ree'r
"YOUR STORE FOR YOUNG FASHlONS"
Besl' Wishes From
Sullivan JAxToN MANUFACTURING CORP.
and 4l Cooper S+. Glens Falls. N.Y
NIAGARA ELECTRIC COMPANY
Funeral Home Radio - Television
Hi Fi and Sferiosound
Glens Falls New York Kifchens
EVELYN'S FLOWERS 6' GIFTS
I Davis Slreef Glens Falls. N. Y.
Phone RX 2-6506
Linda 'fakes John Howe's order for Senior Ball 'flowers
affer receiving helpful suggesrions from Mrs. Smifh.
68 Third Slreel Glens Falls, N. Y.
Phone RX 2-34l5
Wall' Murphy provides "service wifh a smile." as Judy
Warner and Sue Collins enjoy a l'asl'y ice cream cone.
GLENS FALLS BUSINESS MACHINES
Office Equipmeni' and Supplies Abalene Pest Control
Phone RX 2-I804 Se"V'Ce1 lnc-
4 Washinglon S+. Glens Falls, N.Y.
EXTERMINATING - FOGGING
Remember Seleeel DeYe Will' FUMIGATING - TERMHE CONTROL
220 Glen Slreel' Phone RX 2-4900
Developing, Prinling, Enlargemenfs Glens Falls,.New York
Glen Slreei' al Granl' Avenue
MASSIE'S GRILL AND RESTAURANT
69 Main S+ree+ Soulh Glens Falls
BRING THE FAMILY
I'-70 Glen Sfreef Glens Falls. N. Y.
Mrs. Gazzillo shows Sue a beauliful whife blazer in 'Hwe aH'rac-
five second-floor sporlswear deparfmeni' of Fowler's. Inc.
YOUR CLASS JEWELER
DIEGES 8: CLIIST
17 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK 8, N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA - PROVIDENCE
4l Main S'I'reeI'
Soufh Glens Falls. New Yorlc
Qualify Mea'I's and Groceries
FROSTED FOODS - WE DELIVER
Tel. RX 2-88l5 or RX 2-88I6
I Shappey Sfreei' Glens Falls
MILDRED ELLEY SECRETARIAL
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
227-229 Quail S+.. Albany, New York
SEND FOR CATALOG
Besl' Wishes To The Class Of l96l
General Insurance and Real Esfafe
28 Sarafoga Ave.. Soufh Glens Falls
Phone RX 3-250I
Besf Wishes From W
BAY STREET ATLANTIC SERVICE
Bay and Sanford S'rree1's
Glens Falls, New York
The Home Of BeH'er Music
Braydon and Chapman
Everylhing ln The Music Line
I44 Glen S+. Glens Falls
LELAN D PAPER CO.
Paper and Paper Products
76 Lawrence Sl'ree'r
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Tel. RX 2-0949
250 Glen Sfreel'
Glens Falls, New York
Nancy Wright Class of '59, shows
Marcia Oudelcerlc The inlricacies of 'rhe
inside of The vaull door.
Besl Wishes From Congralulalion To The
N. WALBRIDGE GROCERY Class Of wb'
239 Ridge Sfreel
ASHTON FUELS Economy
5l Walnul' Slreel'
Mofor Sfolcers, Coal, Fuel Oil Department Store
Fluid Heal. Oil Burners
FINCH, PRUYN fr COMPANY, INC.
22-35 Glen S+ree'r Glens Falls. New York
Lee Haslings and Howie Po'Her look over home plans
in lhe Idea Cenler al Finch, Pruyn 84 Company, Inc.
J. E. SAWYER 6' COMPANY, INC.
Hardware. Sleel, Mill Supplies
Plumbing and Healing Malerials
Burnham Boilers, lnlernalional Furnaces
Palronize your local hardware dealer and plumber
64-78 Glen Slreel Glens Falls. N. Y.
AIR-LAND MOTOR PARTS, INC.
Automotive Equipment and Supplies
Machine Shop Service
Hudson Falls RH 7-3329
Granville 778 23-25 Bay Street
Greenwich, N.Y. 2-2254 Glens Falls. New York
North Creek. N.Y. 428I Phone RX 2-O92l
Ave atque Vale!
"Hail and farewell". Farewell to caretree high school days: hail to a new lite
ot responsibilities as an educated citizen . . . responsibilities which can best be
met by being always alert to the changing world around you . . . the changing world
which includes your own town, your state, your country. To help you, you can
rely on your daily newspapers. which record the pulsebeat ot that fascinating place
. . . the world which will be yours.
Congratulations and best wishes tor success to the Class of I96 I.
TH E POST-STAR
Gilre Glens gliulls Qinues
SPECTOR'S AUTO BODY
Richard M. Combs And PAINT SHOP
Electrical Contractor Lower Warren
Residential - Commercial - lndustrial Wiring Besf Wishes From
9 Wing Street Glens Falls MEAD NURSERY
RX 2-7073 360 Ridge Street
Glens Falls. New Yorlc
M fr M FLYING "A" SERVICE
ROUTE 9 AVIATION ROAD
TELEPHONE RX 2-969i
OPEN 8:00 AM. TO 9:00 P.M.
George Mouncl. Prop.
BURNS NEWS AGENCY. INC. Besl Wishes From
80-84 Glen Shed, COLLINS' GROCERY STORE
Glens Falls. New York II7 Bay Slreel' Phone RX 2-98l0
MEN'SwBOYS' sions mc. BEST WMS
CLASS OF I96l
S. S. KRESGE COMPANY HILL ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
I93 Glen Slreel' Glens Falls Largesl' Display of
Glens Falls. N.Y. Lighling Fixfures
Phone RX 2-445I I74 Broad Slreel RX 3-3436
vuszr ouR WALLPAPER sHowRooM
FRASIER PAINT CORP.
Dislrilaulor Benjamin Moore and Co.
Paint, Wallpaper, Glass
39 Parlc Slreel' Glens Falls. New Yorlc RX 2-6549
Ready For an Exciting Career?
Glens Falls, N. Y.
The National Life Assurance Company of Canada
The Glenway Corporation
Members of the GLENS FALLS Insurance Group
N Candid Weddings - Porlraifs
.b Q Copying Courl Exhibifs
A Aerial Pholos
from Karl R. Rissland
Porfrail' and Commercial Phofographer
89 John Slreel' Telephone
Hudson Falls, N.Y. RH 7-3370
A 63 Year Old Agency and FLQWER SHOP
Flowers For All Occasions
Dial RX 2-OQI3 Phone RX 2-9222
37 Bay Smal LALOR a PAsco
Glen and Pine Sis. Glens Falls
A Complefe Line
Of Mobil Producis
THE GLENS FALLS
PORTLAND CEMENT CCJMPANY
lA Division of the Flintkote Companyl
7 Lapham Place
Glens Falls, New York
Alfhough i+'s like bringing sweefs lo
+he swee+, Joanie is learning new make-
up 'rechniques in Honigsbaum's
Besl' Wishes To The
Class of '6I
JOHN WILEY SHOE CO.
l9 Warren Sfreel'
Congralulafions To The
Class of 'bl
SUNNYLAND FARM MARKET
Phone RX 2-7627
70 Orville Sl. Glens Falls
BALL, GEORGE C1 CO.
52-54 Park Slreel
Glens Falls, N. Y.
Tel. RX 2-3l37
7l B y Sfree
YANK PAPER STOCK CO.
The INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD
PULP, SULPHITE AND PAPER MILL WORKERS
Forf Edward. New York
Besi' Wishes From
J. M. ALVERSON
1, GI F H Opfomefrisf
W. M. Bingham
RADIO AND TELEVISION - APPLIANCES
74-76 Warren S+ree'r
T Iephone RX 2 4-3IO
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l96I
Warren Tires, Inc.
Complimenfs I'o 'rhe Class of I96I
QUEEN CITY BAKERY 47 Main S+reeI' Glens Falls 40
Phone RX 2-7995 New York
KOHN BROS. SHOE STORE
I79 Glen Sfreel' Glens Falls. N. Y.
Beaufiful shoes from famous malcers are a specially ai' Kohn
Brofhers. Mr. Gorman shows Sue Ridley some of The new sfyles.
Groceries and Provisions
PHONE RX 2-2184 5 DAVIS STREET
GLENS FALLS, N.Y.
LOOMIS AGENCY, INC.
Insurance Since I852
Glens FaIIs. New York
Ph ne RX 3-2222
I Records - Jewelry - Gif'fS Ph I CJ phv
I6-I8 Warren Street GI F II N Y
BO N D UR W Sw
Nos IMIPORTANT sxm
FOR TWICE THE WEAR
262 GIS!! Sffeef HALF THE CARE
TEL. RX 2-4076
DRY CLEANING and STORAGE
FOR PIZZA AND FINE
IOpposiIe RiaI'ro Thea'rerI
JOl'lNNlE'S SHOE STORE
Congrawlahons Shoes For All The Family
R I3 Ridge S+. Glens Falls
And John Bellephine, Prop.
Besf Wishes To
The Class Of 196: Donohue's Market
"Qualify Meals and Groceries"
ROBERT PI NKERTON 207 Maple S+fee'f
Glens Falls New YOf'li
RX 2-O9II and RX 2-09I2
Green Island, N. Y.
BURNS NEWS ROOM
P.O. Box 422 Glens Falls
MERKEL Cr GELMAN
200 Glen S'rree'r Glens Pak N.Y.
In fhe second floor dress deparfment Mrs. Helen Mclnlire
shows Edde Achenbach and Doflie Murray a semi-formal dress.
Congralulafions To The
Class Of I 96I
Upper Glen S+.
Audio-Visual, l-li-Fi Equipmenl' and Language Laboralories
89 Warren Slreel'
Glens Falls. New York
Phone RX 2-6 l OI
Kalie examines her beau'Hfully cleaned
coal s'rill on +he rack af June Cleaners.
Besl Wishes From Besl' Wishes To The Class Of l96l
MONSOUR'S DINER R- G- l-ANDRY
6 Elm S+. Glens Fans Business Machines
Specializing In Sfeaks. Chops, Robefl l-a"'Cl'Y l3 Park Slfeel
And The Besf Qf Service Phone RX 3-0284 Glens Falls. N.Y.
Good Luck From
205-2I7 Glen Sfreef
W. WOOLWORTH CO.
37 Knighi' Slreef
George Durlcee, Prop. A
Glens Falls New York Phone RX 2-3362 Glens Falls
HARDER SILO COMPANY, INC.
Sou'rI1 Glens Falls, New York
Two pre'H'y seniors, Grefchen Bobsi' and Elaine Hillman adorn a load
of Harder Silo proclucls on a Norflmern Mofor Carrier's Iruclc.
NORTHERN MOTOR CARRIERS, INC.
Soulh Glens Falls, New York
In lhe dra ng oom of Norlhe Homes Allen O e s and Roy
Polloc arch feds show Danne Hav la cl so e bu ld ng pla s
PROLLER AGENCY INC
INSURANCE Reardon and LaPonn
24 Elm S'rree'r Glens Falls
Tel. RX2 588l
c:APoNE's sl-:oe REBUILDERS REAL ESTATE BRUKERS
Esfabllshed Over 50 Years Wm Capone Prop
I6 Exchange Slzphone RX 2 5O7flens Falls N Y Phone RX 2 5894
BOULEVARD BOWLING CENTER
Phone RX 2-I525
I7 Brunswick Aufomalics
RESTAURANT -l- LUNCH EON ETTE
FREE MEETING ROOM
OPEN BOWLING ALWAYS
On Ihe Boulevard
Glens Falls, New York
Besl' of Luck Io The Class of I96I
O I O
Triad s Music Center H. G. TAYLOR MARKET
I9 Exchange SI'ree+
Glens Falls. N.Y.
Phone RX 3-2848
"Your Music Headquar'I'ers"
Conn Band Insfrucfions
II Columbia Ave.
Free Delivery Tel. RX 2-3075
7 Ridge Sfreel'
Glens Falls, New York
7 Broad Slreel
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Phone RX 2-9l I9
Ray Bean, Class of '59, and Bob Rozell
prepare an order of candy 'For a soon
+o be safisfied cuslomer.
KONG CHOW RESTAURANT
Chinese and American Food
RX 2-42l5 22 Warren S+.
Glens Falls, N.Y.
Congrafulafions To The
Class of I96I
"A Furnishing for Every Room"
I05 Glen S+ree'r
Glens Falls, New York
Upper Glen S'rree'r
Phone RX 3-0300
TO THE CLASS OF
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sm! lllllliia 'll fl Pi !! all s m:
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fff -so 'T lflwfnfffl A "s' Asfl 2 Whisfsfyf
7 ,ff --L R " ,Q iff j
V' f f
2 I0 Glen S+ree'r
Glens Falls, New York
SANDY HILL IRON 6' BRASS WORKS
27 Allen Slreel Hudson Falls. New York
Examining a boring mill al' fhe Sandy Hill Iron 84 Brass Works
are Lee Haslings, Jolm Rousseau, and Phil Mclnlire.
W. L. MYERS RX 2-6527
TO THE CLASS OF I96I Jewelry
KEEPSAKE DIAMOND RINGS
20 Soulh Slreel'
Glens Falls. N.Y.
SAVINGS 6' LOAN
ASSOCIATION w. F. eusnz s. soNs
OFFICE FURNITURE - OFFICE SUPPLIES
IO6 Ridge Slreel Glens Falls. N.Y.
37 Bay Slfeel 16'
Glens Falls. N.Y.
EAGLE CLOTHING COMPANY
eLENs FALLS, NEW YoRK
AND MOTOR INN
GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
Phone RX 2-I l2l
Lee Haslings and Sue Collin add
Iurfher aclornmenl' 'ro flue beaufifully
decorafed fireplace in Ihe Schine
Queensbury Ho'IeI lobby.
CARSWELL MOTORS, INC.
InI'erna'IionaI - Jeeps - Trucks H Inc
GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
Phone RX 20934 FACTORY OUTLET STORE
THE OUTLET FABRICS
Men's and Boys' Wear
On Glen Sffeef Hill 92 Main S'rree'r, Sou'rI1 Glens Falls, N.Y
Besf Wishes From The QUEEN SHOP
Known For Sporiswear
Prudentml Insurance Co' Opposile Insurance Building, Glens Falls
Nafional Bank 84 Trus'r Company YOUNG'S MARKET
675' Upper Glen Slreel II3 Bay SI'ree+
Glens Falls, New York
Te.e,,.m RX 3348. MEAgHO'ff Pkglggggim
M. C. SCOVILLE, JEWELERS
280 Glen Slreef Glens Falls, New York
WH'h l'he experl' assislance of Mrs. Scoville. Eclde chooses her silver pa'r+ern.
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF l96I
"From Collage +0 Cas+le"
Glens Falls. New York
W- O' Besl Wishes From
Maple Sfreel' al' Culverl'
MICO'S FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE
New Garmenls ln Sfoclc
30 SOUTH STREET JUST PHONE US
GLENS FALLS, NEW YORK RX 2-6922
Tel. RX 2-I334 Fur Slorage
STRAUCH LEATHERCRAFT R 8K M CLEANERS
28 Sanford Sfreel' Glens Falls 60 34 62 Lawrence Sfreef
- - Owned and Operaled by L. Ross ancl H. Mead
BEST WISH ES FROM
S KY L I N E
BOWLING ALLEY, INC.
In fhe pleasanf surroundings of 'rhe newly redecorafed Kansas
Res1'auran+, John Rousseau, Joan Rosenberg, Sue Collin. and Phil
Mclnfire scan +he dinner menu.
JAMES KANSAS RESTAURANT
"FAMOUS FOR FINE FooDs"
GLENS FALLS PHONE
NEW YORK RX 2-9875
SH I RT MAN U FACTU RERS
7I LAWRENCE STREET
GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
Congrafulafions And Besf Wishes
To The Class of I96I
I2 MAPLE STREET GLENS FALLS. N.Y.
THE FOOD MARKET Besf Wishes From
. . K NTROWITZ AND SONS
J S A THE CHILDREN'S srone
gT3l3saIiroSiv?I1Z?l 9-I I Ridge S+ree+ Glens Falls
MADDEN DRUG CO., INC.
"The Prescription Store"
R. P. MADDEN Ph.G.
Dial RX 2-5I22 254 Glen S+., Glens Falls, N. Y.
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF I96l
DUPLEX CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
360 GLEN STREET GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
RX 2-3 I 64
Good Luck From Congrafulafions
GOURMET RESTAURANT FFOFH
Lake GGOFQG R0-HCI DORN'S TRANSPORTATION
SUCCESS TO THE GRADUATIN6 CLASS
M. E. Murray 8m Son
3 IDA STREET RX 2-7784
"IT'S FUN TO SKATE"
Members of fhe class of I96I enioying Skafeland.
S KAT E LAN D
of GLENS FALLS
Roufe 9 - 2 Miles NorI'I'm of 'Ihe Cify - Tel. RX 2-8989
If You Don'l' Know Furs
Know Your Furrier
Furriers Since I 9 I 2
INCORPORATED Class of 'bl
The Double "M"
Congralulalions To The
lvlickie and Helen McDonald, Props.
68 Pearl Slreel 6 Maple Slreel Glens Falls
Hudson Falls, New York
F. A. RICHARDSON'S SONS
Groceries and Provisions
Gas and Oil
Phone RX 2-205l
Wesl' Glens Falls
A. C. WARNER LUMBER COMPANY
Glenwood Avenue Glens Falls. New York
Gwen and Mike pay a visif lo A. C. Warner's. as Allen Bishop
and David Cook are ready 'ro operale a lumbering machine.
334 Bay Road
Glens Falls, New York
Roda Lazarou, Class of '60, explains
Ilwe operalion of a spinning callweler
machine fo Sue Collin.
ARONSON'S DRUG STORE, INC.
Barney Aronson - James Burnham
I I6 Broad Sl. Tel. RX 2-lO35
Glens Falls N Y
Weekdays 8-IO I .I Sunday 8-9 J. R.
JEWELERS SINCE 1890 Dress and Blouse
208 Glen S+.
GLENS FALLS NEW YORK
THE SUGAR BOWL 7I Lawrence S+.
"Delicious Homemade GI-ENS FALLS. N-Y-
Candy and Ice Cream"
Good Luck From
Binley Florist, lnc
Besl' Wishes From
' BEZZIE'S RESTAURANT
Corsages For AII Your Dances
Bouquels For All Your Banquels
Cul' Fresh Each Day From Our Congra'I'ula'I'ions From
6'ee""OUSe JoY DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORE
I GranT Avenue I7I Glen S+. I ll Main S+ree+
RX2'35"' RX25733 Sou+h Glens Falls
SUCCESS TO THE CLASS OF 19611
A F R I E N D
Kalie Colson and Sue Collin, our Adverlising Managers, find Thai' a
Salurday Session is in order as The adverlising deadline draws near.
GIFTS - GREETING CARDS - STATIONERY - TOYS
THE RIDGE BOOK SHOP
"AI The Clock"
228 Glen Slreel Dial RX 2-3242
"Everything for the Home But the GirI"
2I-23 Ridge s+ree+
Glens Falls. New York
Y Ann Hallenbeclc and Lee Binley relax on one of Wilmar'rh's modern
H sofas. as Mr. Hall explains +he imporfance of high qualify furnifure.
M 8: M CLEANERS
2 Lincoln Avenue Glens Falls. N.Y.
Phone RX 2-24l3
CRANNELL'S DAIRY BAR
Homemade lce Cream and Lunch
Ernesf and Helene Day
RX 2-5lO3 5l Main Sl. Wesl' Glens Falls
Gordon T. Moynihan, Inc
290 GLEN STREET
GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF was
CLARK'S DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STCRE
223 WARREN STREET GLENS FALLS. NEW YORK
. 4 -5 .ry ..
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Bes'r of Luck Gracluafes EHRLICH SUPPLY COMPANY
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Advertisements ...... 166-206
Advertisers' Index ..... 164-165
Alma Mater - "Glens Falls High" .
American Field Service . .
Art Club .....
Athletic Association Treasurer
Athletics Division Pages .
Band, Concert . . '
Band, Dance .
Baseball . .S V
Basketball . A .'
Board of Education .
Bowling Teams . .
Broadcasters- . '
Cafeteria Staff .
Chess Club . . .
Community Division Pages .
Der Deutsche Verein .
Drama Night ....
Dramatic Moments . . .
Dramatics Club, Junior-Senior
Dramatics Club, Sophomore
Drum Majorettes . . .
Education via Executone .
Faculty . . ., . .
Faculty Division Pages .
Faculty off Guard . .
Football . . .
French Club ....
Future Teachers of America
Georgia Adams Hi-Y . .
German Club ....
Girls' Athletic Club . .
Glimpses of the Sports World
In Memoriam ....
Intramural Basketball Champions .
Junior Class History . .
Junior Class Officers . .
Junior Prom - "Isle of Capri"
Juniors. . . '. .
Le Cercle Francais . .
Library Squad . . .
Lunchroom Committee , .
Music and Dramatics Division Pages
National Honor Society . . .
Office Assistants . . .
Organizations Division Pages . .
Outing Club ......
Pageant Writing Committee . .
Patrons' Evening . . . .
Principal ..... .
Red and Black Staffs . .
School Life . . . .
Science Club ......
Senior Ball -- "Winterland by Night"
Senior Class History ....
Senior Class Officers ....
Senior Play - "The Matchmaker" .
Senior Ring Crest .....
Seniors Win Honors . . .
Ski Club ....
Sock Hop .......
Sophomore Class History . . .
Sophomore Class Officers . . .
Sophomore Hop - "East of the Sun"
Speaker's Corps ....
Special Events Division Pages
Spinster Swing - "Valentasia'
Sports Ticket Sellers . .
Stamp Club .....
Student Council . . .
Student Guides ....
Student Life Division Pages
Students off Guard . . .
Superintendent of Schools .
Table of Contents .
Tennis . . .
Title Pages . .
Track and Field .
Varsity "G" Club .
World Affairs Forum .
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Words and Music by
LEROY G. PHELPS, '11
Near the Adirondack foothills,
Where roars the Hudson grand,
Where battlefields lie buried,
'Neath advancement's spreading hand,
There's a place we'll ever cherish,
And exalt unto the sky, E -
May her honor never waver,
Our dear old Glens Falls High!
All our hopes and expectations,
All we shall ever claim,
Be our names still in the background
Or viewed in halls of fame,
Our success and all our fortunes,
We know not the reason why,
But we feel we'll ever owe them,
To dear old Glens Falls High.
May the friendships ne'er be broken,
We've made while working here,
Tho' the problems be forgotten,
Which to us are made so clear,
And when we are old and weary,
Looking backward with a sigh,
We still shall love most dearly,
Our grand old Glens Falls High.
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