Gloversville High School - Oracle Yearbook (Gloversville, NY)
- Class of 1954
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Cross Country ..........,...
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Library Club ...,....,..
Senior Day .,....,.....
Junior Class ...,,
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From the gayety of football hops to the inevitable
arrival of final exams, our lives in and out of Clovers-
ville High School were affected in some way by the
changing seasons. As each season approached, it
guided our interests into new and different activities.
Since the seasons: falll winter, spring, and summer
WINTER SEASON ..t..,. ..,... P ages 24-41
Key Club ............. ....,.,. P age 26
Felicita ..........,,..,,,,... ........ P age 27
Student Council ...... ........ P age 28
Booster Club ....,. ....... P age 29
Dramatics Club ...... Page 30
Movie Operators .,,,. ,........... P age 31
Basketball ........,....,,.,.,, ,,,,, P ages 32-33
Cirls' Bowling and
Basketball ...,,..,......,.. .,..,,... P age 34
Boys' Bowling .r,.,,,.
French Club .......
Varsity Club ,, .......
Sophomore Class .... .,... P ages 38--
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closely governed our activities, we have selected a
seasonal theme for our yearbook. We have divided the
Oracle into four sections with each divisional spread
representing a different season. In each section are
located the various activities which took place in the
SPRING SEASON ..... Pages 42-63 SUMMER SEASON ........ Pages 64-104
Oracle ................... .......... . . Page 44 Senior Class Officers .,,.,, ,.,.,,,,.-,,,.,,.- P ag, 55
Husky Growl ....... ....... P age 45 Graduates QA-FJ ., ,.,..,,,, ,,,,,.,,. P age, 67-74
Choir "A" ........ ............. P age 46 Graduates CG-JJ .,,,,,., ..,..,,, P ages 74.77
Choir "B" ...... ................... P age 47 Graduates QK-PJ ..,,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,, P aggs 77.33
Circus .................... Pages 48-49 Graduates QR-Zi .,,,,, ,,,,.. .,.,,,,., P age, 33.39
Junior Prom ........ Pages 50--51 Graduates-N0 Pictures w,.x,,, .-A.,-,-. P age, 88-89
Tennis ............... ............. P age 52 Coming Senior Events ,,...,, ,,,..-,,.. p age, 33.39
Golf ................... ...... Page 53 Senior Ballot ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,... P ages 90-91
Baseball ................ ............. P age 54 Advertising ,,,,,,,,,-,.,.,r,, page, 92.104
Girls' Sports ............ ................. P age 55 Boosters ,,,,.,, --4,.,..,------4- p use 96
Track and Field ........... ......... P ages 56-57
Board of Education
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Principal and Staff ., ..... ................. P age 59
Dedication ....... .. ....,....... ....... .
Faculty ...................... ........
Fall ushered in the beginning of our school year.
The first hectic days of adjusting schedules and be-
coming acquainted with teachers and students soon
passed into the lively hours of the fall routine. The
election of class officers followed by the reorganiz-
aton of Student Council set up the governing body
for the school year. Such clubs as Felicita, Key
Club, Booster Club, Red Cross Council, French
Club and Football Handbook were started once
more. Saturday afternoons found most of us at
Darling Field vigorously supporting our Football
team, a team Whose season was climaxed by the
Gloversville-Johnstown game. The biggest produc-
tion of the senior year, the senior play, took place
in late autumn. Thanksgiving, the first real holiday
since our return to school, brought to a close our
fall activities and left us bidding the arrival of
Too nice to go in.
Taking your money
C.H.S. gaining yardage.
First fall fire- drill.
Between the halves.
Forward pass to touchdown.
Ushering at the Senior Play
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First row, left to right: Coach O'Neil, O'Brien, Vandewalker, Benton, Rowley, Diana, Co-Captain
Anadio, Co-Captain Malagisi. Hoagbon, Cirillo, Frank, Marvin, Coach White. Second row: Ab-
della, Stoffolano, Davin, Caruso, Liberoff, Cannizzo, Damiano, Baldwin, Cole, Burns. Third row:
' N " ' H llenbeck, Schwartz, Brown, Steele. Fourth row: Stof-
Soules, Yanno, Piazza, Caruso, biardmo, a
folano, Pollard, Bona.
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Under the new and capable hand of Coach Harry
0'Neil the Gloversville Huskies completed a fairly
successful season. Assisting Coach 0'Neil with the
varsity squad was Coach Leroy J. Wliite' while the
Jayvees were under the guidance of Coach Richard
The highlight of the season was the Little Falls
game when the team won its most decisive victory
by a score of 53-0. The annual inter-city meet was
a hotly fought contested game and the Huskies
fought valiantly coming from behind to score their
This year's team was eaptained by Carl Anadio
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Under the captainships of Mary
Anne Saunders and Joan Stoddard, the
cheerleaders were the backbone of our
spirit at every football and basketball
game. It was the cheerleaders who kept
us yelling and helped us to win.
Besides leading us at games, the
cheerleaders with their advisor, Miss
Sarantos, sponsored a football hop in
MARY ANNE JEAN
SAUNDERS JERALYN SLHLUSBFRL,
the fall to raise money for new uni-
forms, sold shakeroos imported from
Hawaii for the Johnstown game, and
also put on a very successful dance dur-
ing the Thanksgiving vacation called
the 'Turkey Trotw.
Front row, left to right: Stoddard, Saunders. First row:
Combothekras. LaVista, Beyer, Heiman, Connolly, Helwig,
Schlusberg, Pierce, Anadio, Quackenbush, D'Errico, Strat-
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T W I R L E R S
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V I N CENT
This yr-ar the sludvnls fvcl that our
twirlcrs did a very nice jolm. Not only
did they march in paradvs hut also at
the football games. lindvr the ahlc lvad-
vrship of Barbara Tyler. the twirlers
spent many hours practicing routinvs to
he pcrformed on thc' football field dur-
ing thc half-limc.
ln this way the students are aware
that the twirlcrs not only encouraged
the lcam hut also lifted the morale of
Lvl! to right: llrollwrs. Fvrrura. l,l'l'SI'll. SWPUIIUY. Am-
hrosino, 'fylvr-lvadvr, Simonds. Vinr'vnI. Mosvoni. Lauri-
tano, Albrecht, Van Allen, Mdlrvgor.
First row, left to right: Cole, Queeney, Swartout. Roach, Sweeney, Batty, liichtmyer, Zeidner
Barter. Second row: Roberts. Heed. Hazzard. Kolirin. Wood, Romano, Frisch, Ahele, Jones, Boyn
ton, Wessendorf. Mr. Bley. Third row: Semprevio, Vaupel, Abele, Barter, Cammarere, Yanno
Frasier, Larrowe. Brothers, Carher. Fourth row: Malagrisi. Tyler, Prentice. Runirill, Lawrence, Hal
lenbeck, Youngren, Carguilo, Locatelli, Mackey, Sandford.
Mr. Bley is fast changing our GHS
orchestra from its traditional ways. As
we saw this year six more viola players
and no piano, we assumed the fact that
all the piano players were playing viola
which was true. Mr. Bley tells us that
in no other school orchestra has he ever
seen a piano, and hc thinks an orches-
tra is basically stronger when it cannot
fall hack upon pianistic support. As we
could see, the string section was shap-
ing up very excellently.
Mr. Bley conducts the orchestra.
The orchestra played for the Prize
Questions from the string section of the Speaking Contest, in the Spring Con.
Orchestra- cert, and in various other out-of-town
A few of the outstanding numbers
the orchestra did were Beethoven's
Symphony No. 1 and lVlozart's Eine
The officers were as follows: Presi-
dent-Janet Abeleg Vice President-
Barhara Tylerg Secretary-Millie Sem-
previog Treasurer-Genevieve Romano.
This year. Mr. Taylor. the loader of
our hand. arranged a new system. the
purpose of whivh was to maintain thc
highi-st level of vo-operation possihle.
lfavh svvtion had a leader. Alhert Hal-
lelllwvk was the captain of the high
hrass sevtion. George Prentivc of the
low hrass, Sidney Batty of the wood-
windf and joseph Andreana of the per-
vussion. The leaders' rvsponsihilities
arc to draw up a 4-ode of ethics, policy,
and procedure. and to enforce this code
ML Taylur Mads mf. Circus Band. ilu' lliand participates in the Arlnistim
As usual, the hand played at all the
home foothall games and participated
in civic parades. They gave one very
successful convert in the spring with a
large crowd in attendance.
One very outstanding feature of our
hand was the dance hand composed of
' sclevtcd lllCllllDCI'S from each section.
First row, lvft to right: Mr. Taylor. Jacobson, Fi-ue-r, Frasier, Cruthvrs, Fitzpatrick. Westfall,
Alu-If-, Young. Paul, Romano. Q111'vr11'y, Teetz. S4-cond row: lJ0lSignorn'. Andrvana. lluntzingvr,
Chislvt, Maxson, Worley, Garhvr. Swartout, Williams, VOIldl'l'3lll'. Third row: Horwitz, Cohen.
Nlaxfivld, Kohison, Markvy. l,awre-nvv. Uoodelnotv. Weave-r. Cargiulo, Slvezvr. Fourth row: Stl-elm'
lirooks, Ilorm-tt, Stoffolano, Malagisi, Hallenhvvk, Edt-lst:-in, Scliermerhorn. Goldstein, Miller
Fifth row: Longlwnry, Pr:-ntim-, Rumrill, Seroussi, Jinks, MacFarlane. L. Ed:-lstvin, llatty, Roach,
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S D Y ats, Yeats, Yeats, Wilkins, Combothekras. Standing:
Seated, left to right: Craydon, weeney, . e
Thomas, Nicolella, Streeter, Ralbovsky, Kerzner, Mazzone.
'4Professor, How Could You?", our
senior play, directed by Mrs. Hinkel,
was a huge success. With John Sweeney
as the professor and Connie Graydon as
Vicki, the bane of his life, the plot un-
When Keats is offered the dcanship
of his college with the condition that
he produce a wife, his friend John, very
nonchalantly played by Don Ralbov-
skyg his grandparents, Crystie Coin-
bothekras and Bud Mazzoneg the butler,
played by a pompous Albert Nicolellag
and Vicki all conspire to sponsor vari-
ous female candidates for the pleasure
of being the professoris spouse. The fun
The stage committee at its best
The professor is surrounded.
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First row, le-fr to right: Evans. DvSimonc'. Roscigno. E. Tvvtz, Coughnvt. Finklv. I,3fZ1l7I'1'lllll',
Arnold, lfcllr-stviii. S1-voml row: Svliluslwrg. 5illlIlfl4'l'S. H4-rry. liiiiritzino, Lonnolly. .lzu'olmson. llvl-
wig, M. lYl'irrivo, Vinve-nl. Third row: ixli11'll4tHlllll. Guiffre-, l'ln-lps. Cla-ve-Izumi. Pom-i'. R. Tm-tl.
ffompuni. li1'm'sso. llrown, 'l'l'1'lIlLlIll4'. Uauillo. Nl:-yn-rs. lfuy. liolulwllo. l'4-ugh. lioolig, hitnlrio.
Mzirvin, Frank, Mrs. Hinkvl.
A fvw of the- ushers.
Tootsir- wins ln-r sw:-othm-art.
ow Could You?"
hcgins whon throo irate' girls. tht- 1-ook.
Tootsie lioan. hilariously intcrprvtvd by
Uottie Thomas: Prisvilla. Mary Stroct-
vrz and Valerie. thc S0lltllf'l'I1 hcllv.
played hy llannah Wilkiiis, all fave each
other. Tootsiv's hrothor. rough and
tough Butchor Boy Bean. playvrl hy jer-
ry Kcrznor. provides much cxcitcincnt.
The story ends in il whirlwind finish
as the professor finds his wife: Vicki.
Mrs. Hinlu-l c-ln-vks inuk:--ii v
The Football Handbook Staff again played an important
role in the football season. Under the leadership of its officers:
Beverly Brown, President, Barbara Cannizzo, Vice President,
Angel Lauritano, Secretary, and Angie Cassaro, Treasurer,
and the guidance of its advisors: Mr. DiGioia, Miss Drury,
Mrs. Fleig, and lVlrs. Robison, the staff successfully published
handbooks for each of the five home games.
The Commercial Department has capably handled this proj-
ect for a number of years. It is an undertaking that has been
a financial success to publications, in fact so much so that
many times the Student Council has been able to award part
of its gain to other needy organizations within the school sys-
tem, such as the football squad.
All this could not have been accomplished except for the
wonderful cooperation of students, advertisers, and fans.
1. Please send us customers.
2. Everyone wants a football program.
3. Mr. Alvaro helped to make a sale.
First row, left to right: C. Lauritano, Cornpani, Cannizzo,
A. Lauritano, Brown, Cassaro. Coolig, D'Errico, Potter.
Second row: Sarantos, Crispin, J. Young, Kavanagh, Cor-
don, Stratton, Richtmyer, Maxson, Picardi, Puglis, Fred-
erick, Evangelista, Johnston, Zuckerwar, A. Young, Roscig-
no. Third row: Frank, Garber, Gill, Sanges. Nigro, Gaz-
zillo, Keavcney, Ruff, Edel, Nellis, Potter, Cohen.
'l'lu- llustling llarrim-rs. c'oac'ln-cl hy Jim Sinon, had another
Hllf'1'1'SSl.lll svason with tht- aid of sc'vc't'al good Sophomore run-
'I'ln- squad. lt-tl hy vo-captains Cvorgc Carlock and Javk Ain-
lirosino. rutainucl tlnvir crown in tht- svcftionals hy defeating six
lvalns in Class B voinpctition at Sclicm-1'tady. Vllith tough op-
position. Clow-rsvillv plavcd scvond in the Colnlvskill lnvita-
tional ltun. 'lihc suason's thrt-if dual int-c-ts were wry successful
with tht- llarricrs winning all thrcc. the hig win at Glens Falls,
lay ons- point. ovvr thx- host squad.
tllovm-rsvillu again won its Invitational Hun at Darling Field
with sophomores lfugc-iw Svclvy. llarry Rohison. Chris Ross-
lvarli. and Toni Ainhrosino displaying their usual good run-
ning. 'l'ht- season vanic to a close at the lntcrsvctionals where
tht- llarriurs plat-cd fifth in Section ll votnpctition.
lliaptain Ainlrrosino prim-s tht- si-rtional trophy.
2. I'owvrful runnt-rs in Roluison. S1-4-le-y, Anilmrosino
3. l'oI1-ntial inatvrial: liosslravll. Fountain.
CROSS COITNTHY RECORD--1053
llulz' Mvrls Scores of CHS Points
Supl. 26- lntvrvlass , Sophotnores
UPL It l'I'ot'loI' lllll in 15
Oct. IO----Grout lVlc-niorial Oth in 16-256
Or-t. I5 tfolmle-skill 2nd in 13- 66
Ovt. 20--Nlont l'lt-asant , , lst in 2-- 24-
O1-t. 211-f llion lst in 2- 1,9
Oct. 213-Ulm-ns Falls lst in 3- 32
Ort. lil filmwvrsvillt' , lst
Nov. if-Suvtionals Champions
Nov. lfl--li1tt'i'si'1'tiolials Sth in T
lfirst row. It-ft to right: llaxis. Sr-inprivio. tlarlovk. Mack:-y,
Sw:-1-in-y. Kunkt-l. Anilirosino, Simon. S1-vontl row: Ain-
lyrosino, liosslravli. Fountain, Lalyorta. Robison, Sm-Ivy,
lfflvlsti-iii, Kunlu-l. 'l'hird row: Pot:-ntez llilllvzza. McCul-
loch, Stvwart. 'liiCc', Fvrraro. Wlu'4'le'r, O'lirian, Coavh
First row, left to right: Barter. K:-aveney, Vvallach, lnsognia. Pat-iolla. llalzano. Piccione. Second
row: Mr. Harrison, Boynton. Boyd, Frazier, Fountain, Ah:-lc, Huntzinger. O'llare.
The Ri-tl Cross advisor is introduced to his
The Junior Red Cross is one of the most worth-
while activities in our school. This year the or-
ganization completed many projects among which
was the filling of a chest with first aid equipment
and school supplies to be sent overseas to help re-
establish schools destroyed in the wars.
The group also knitted many pairs of mittens
and afghan squares. The officers were as follows:
Red Cross memhers getting: ready to lxni
President-Marjorie Barterg Secretary-Treasurer
For the first time in the history of the Council
the duties were taken over hy Mr. Stephen Harri-
son, a faculty member of the Industrial Arts de-
partment. The Council appreciated the effort he
put forth to keep the worthwhile organization alive
in our school.
Um- ul lln- must lit-lpful urgaiiizutinns in fills is uniuxing uimwunl uf wurk tllis your. 'lilivy lmstml
Ilia- l.ilvr:iry tllulr. 'l'li4- im-inlwrs' julms arc to take tlisplziys :luring lumk wvvlt iii l'Yt'l'f' mimi. niaulv
vzm- nl tlim' fl'-sk work :mtl Sllllt'I'NlSt' tlit' floor. tlius ai vmitrilmutimi to lllt' l NKSCU Iitmk lfuncl to pllf-
lillxlllfl ziwziy smut- nf Miss 'lilimiipsmfs mct'l1z1liir'ul vlmsv lmuks for lilmrurivs in lftiwpv. tlt't'0fLllt'tl tllt'
tlulit-s in will-i' tlml slim- may uitl stutlvrits in am- lilirury tluring tht- Cliristmzis svusmi.
'-NH'l'lllj.f l't'l.t'l'l'll1'l' tllIt'HllHIlS uml iii st'lm'1'tiiig lmuks. ,, , , , ,
'- . , 4 ' f- , . - I , - llllS xvzlr tht- mt-mlit-rslup was twirl' w liut it was
llit- Hlgltllllltllltlll Is mu- uf ln-nt' it .ilsu in lltll ll f, - ,H ff, f H I, ,
lzlmilizlrize-s its im-mln-rs witli tlw- liiiiwtimiiiig ul IIN' llfnf 'Hill' In ll Qf'5i1l".i'F U NM'
lln- lilarzirx. tllus l.ill'lllllIllllg.f tlivir wills-gt' wurlx. lflllw- Nh "NU,Nmf, 'll 'HH 'mg ul llmur'
' N'm'n'ta1ry---lN'l:ltt1r'v: lI't'2lSlll't'I"lltlffltlilll.
'l'ln- l,ilrrury tllulr mvmlwrs zlwmiilmlisllt-tl un
ilzrury display on history lmnks. tllulw tIlt'Illllt'l'S working: :il main mlm
l"irsl rt-w, li-ll In riglit: Surtle-Ili. ltt-aid. lJil'almu, tlmlkin, 'l'u11ln'r, Parillo, Illtllglll. Fvvmnl row:
tlzirr, l'llg1lis, Nluttiw. .lau'ul1sui1. Nliss rlilltbltljwiblt, liivlitiiiyt-r. lluflmun. C. Rtl'lllllIyt'f, Ruiniu.
'l'liil'1l rnw: 4-lin-vii:-y, Ilim-lmrr. Mm-iiku, l"lvwm-lling. llwyvr, tlnrmlmi, llilllw-rwt-ll. tlurln-r. 'Klum-Ili,
Yxiiipi-I, lltilin. Ki-llwrgl. lfourlli row: Winniz-. Kaivunuggli. .-M1-liiiiul, llurwy. Cfrippvii, Young,
'I'g1ylnr, lldlll. lillQlgll'l'tl, llnylziir, tlliislvl. IXIUXSUII. W1-sst-mlurl.
VOLLEYBALL r ARCHERY
First row, left to right: Ferrara, Muscato, Bowen, Compani, Paul, Viscosi, Oare, Reed, Campbell,
Budoff. Second row: Baker, Grimm, E. D'Errico, Piccione, Rozchi, Evangelista, Paciolla, Wood,
DiPalma, Thompson, Reese, Frisch. Third row: Comhothekras, Cairo, Knowles, 0'Connor. Mos-
coni, Kucera, Javarone, Huseck, Gifford, Martin, Feuer, Parillo, Baker, Bussc, Puglis, Mulhall.
Fourth row: Miss Holly, Mosher, Cassaro. Nellis, Phelps, Kaiser, Kolberg, Queeney, Barter,
Barter, DiPalma, Colabello, Hitchcock.
While the boys trained for their football and
cross country teams, the girls were playing volley-
ball. The teams met on Tuesdays and Thursdays
after school. They played some out-of-town games
with Northville at the end of the season. Instead of
choosing an honor team this year, Miss Holly had
the four teams from the visiting school play either
Tuesday's or Thursday's four teams, alternating the
For archery the girls met every Wednesday at
3:00. They completed the Junior Columbia Round
with Marguerita Grimm as the high scorer.
First row, left to right: Busse. D'Errico, Grimm, Reese, Mulhall, Poyfair, Swartz, Colabello.
Brown. Second row: Cornell, Muscato. Ferrara, O'Connor. Thompson, Kaiser. Mosher, Javarone.
Baker. Parillo. Barter, Miss Holly.
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CLASS OFFICERS-Left to right: Quacken-
bush Vice President, Geisler, Secretary, Ca-
ruso Treasurerg Mraz, President.
D'Onofrio, Dominic A.
D'Onofrio, Dominic J.
Room 107 studying.
Ring Day-December 17
Poyfair, Mary Rose
Miss Stempfle's pride and joy. Leisure time in Room 104.
CLASS OFFICERS and ADVISORS Left
to right: Mr. Dugan, Quackenbush, Miss Rob
erts, Geisler, Mraz, Caruso, Mr. Hammes
Steflik, Mary Ann
Sweeney, Rose Marie
Van Allen, Joanne
Van Brocklin, Walter
Van Hoesen, Delores
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Cheerleaders in at-tion.
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Winter comes to CHS
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o o it boys.
The first signs of snow on thc school lawn and
the opening of basketball season were the winterls
calling cards. Before we knew it the long awaited
holiday season was at hand with all the merriment,
secrecy. and excitement that Christmas always
brings. Cries of L'lVlerry Christmas" and "Happy
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ew Year were heard lll and out of the school
rooms! Upon our arrival to school after the Christ-
mas holidays, we were faced with mid-year exams
and the busy weekends of basketball. Activities
other than basketball, which was the most promi-
nent winter sport. included bowling. girls' basket-
ball, Quadrille Club. and such seasonal sports as
skiing and skating. During the stretch between the
end of the basketball season to Easter Vacation our
time was taken up by routine classes. homework,
weekend dating and occasional dances.
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An uair of cooperation, leadership, and assist-
ancei' was again the predominating theme of the
Key Club of GHS. Under the sponsorship of the
Kiwanis Club, the Key Club, advised by Mr. Le-
Roy White, assisted all the worthwhile organiza-
tions in the school. community, and government.
Some of the functions were: performing civic
functions. erection of the Christmas tree in the
study hall, aiding the Christmas Salvation Army
drive, operation of Station WENT, publication of
the basketball scorecards, and announcing at all
home basketball games.
The officers Were: President-,lack Tate, Vice
PresidentgAllan Kunkel, Corresponding Secre-
tary-Norman Finkleg Recording Secretary-Lan
ry Gifford, and Treasurer-John Fogarty.
First row, left to right: Tate. Kunkel. Second row: Becker, Mazzone, Arnold, Quinn, Nicole-lla,
Peck. Third row: Hassett. Harris, Johnston, Gunderson, Gifford, Bassett, Rubin. Fourth row:
Schelmbauer, Jones, Abrams, Allele.
, , Sr-rviw' with a SlIllll'. ,
K,-,tu-A 1-Glplpw A Candi!
Yxoxnsoh at f
NUF' ' M- iaslfvf
' -UMW ball
l"i-lit-ila Cluh. the only girls, service organization
in CHS. ae4'otnplisherl many things in its 1953-1954
season. To mention a few of them. tht- girls workecl
at the Hospitality Shop at the Nathan Littauer Hos-
pital anfl at the lxaskethall games as ushers and
vainly wnflors. The-y also partivipati-il in the annual
CHS 1-ireus anfl lwlpf-fl to make it a grand financial
All activities were under the supervision of Mrs.
liohison anal Mrs. Craig. Mrs. Craig sueceefled
Miss Drury in the post of dual advisorship. The
officers were the following: President-Crystie
Conihothekras: Vice President-Natalie Treniante:
Secretary-llannal Wilkilisg Treasurer--Jennie
lfirst row. left to right: Mrs. Rolnison. Svliluslmerg. Connolly. llerry. Saunders. Roseigno. Tri-niante.
lionllvotln-kras. Wilkins. Riska. Kavanagh. Hose. Stellik, Evans. Tee-tx. Mrs. Craig. S:-voml row:
U'llarv, Kohrin. IN-rrt-lla, Rohinson, llardinier, Cltllgllllllq, Coolig, Meyers. Ci-islvr, Kaiser, Nico-
sia. Alu-lv. Storlmlarrl. Zi-itlner. 'l'hir4l row: Fitzpatrivk, Wood, Westfall. Reese. lnsognia. Sanges.
Fountain, Romano, Tyler. lirotln-rs, lie:-aw. lfilel. fJlliiK'lU'IlltllSlt, l,aVista. Fourth row: U'Errieo.
Alle-ovk. Dunning. Spf-linan. Vaughn. Cannizzo, Gaxzillo. Barter, Cuentlu-r, Boynton, Richtinyer.
R1-we-so, Alhrwllt. iilietwynfl, l"rederi4'ks.
ELEANOR MARY ANNE
Vice President Secretary
This yearls governing body of G.H.S., Student
Council, was directed by Bill Diana with assistance
from Eleanor Dilfrrico as vice president, Mary
Anne Saunders as secretary, and ,lim Pirro as
Many projects that were recommended by last
year's Council got under way, and many were suc-
cessfully carried out. One of these projects is the
newly added calendar of events situated beside the
main auditorium entrance. This project could not
have been completed had it not been for Mr. Dock-
stadefs generous assistance.
We must not neglect the Council members' as-
sistance in selling tickets for the football games.
They also put in many long hours selling tickets
and checking coats at the basketball games.
The power of the Council was increased by its
complete supervision over all money matters.
First row, left to right: LaVista, O'Hare, Martin, Pirro, Diana, D'Errico, Saunders, Cazzillo,
M. Sf-mprevio, Draffen. Second row: Mr. Silvernail, Nigro, Sweeney, Yanno, Miller, R. Semprevio.
Andreana, Mr. Ferguson.
l fi1-LW' A., mx
inet-ts with Ihr- X
B00 TER CLUB e
lm ' ilu-
Calle for thc
This yt-ar. with its aclvisor, Mr. Alvaro, Booster
Clnh int-t weekly on Tuesclay at noon. The aim of
the 1-luh is to foster good school spirit. During the
vourso of the sm-asonS. this cluh helcl a fcw joint
nm-tings with tht- Varsity Cluh. the male "hooSt0rs.i7
to 1-omhinv their imlcas on how to promote Sports-
manship in everyday plaees. such as more courtesy.
quiet:-r halls. vooperation in the Classroom. and
gootl manners in llSSC'lIllDliPS.
Before the annual Uloversville vs. Johnstown
game. the stutltnt hotly saw many volorful posters
whieh the girls had lllilllv. At games when all hearml
that official cheering seetion. everyone knew it was
none other than the Booster Cluh.
The officers for the year were the following:
Presiflent. Mary Anne lYl'irriCo: Vice Presitlcnt.
Patricia Knowlesg Secretary. Valorie Evansg Treas-
urer, Lois Vlloocl.
First ron, It-ft to right: M-rtuwi, Ftontnvr, lm-tn. lfxans. .-Xinhrosino. llorelon, liarone. filillvll.
lloinpani, ffoolig. Nic-yt-rs. lflfrrieo, Hn-voncl row: Westfall. Reese. KK'3N't'Ilt'f'. Huff. Pieartli.
lnsognia, Kakarka, Oarv, liesaw, lille-I, lfvaiigvlista, Carher. Km-ig, Cole, Dt-Simone, Ili-rry. Thirtl
row: Wlrirrieo, llrown, Fountain. Tornvk. l'im-111-, lialnanio, O'Hare-. Wootl, Kohrin, Romano, Yaughni.
Lunwlrio. Swartout. Pm-rn-lla, Mraz, Craig. Treinante-, ll'Erric'0, C0lIllJ0lllt'kI'8S.
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Mrs. Hinkel meets with the club officers.
The purpose of the Sophomore-Junior Dramatics
Club organized two years ago and advised by Mrs.
Hinkel is to train interested students in the arts
of the theatre such as make-up, lighting, and of
course, acting. This training aids one greatly when
he becomes a senior and helps with the play.
This year the group put on a one-act play for the
sophomores called 6'Those in Glass Houses." The
members really worked extremely hard and much
credit was due them for their fine production.
The president, vice president, secretary, and
treasurer were respectively: Larry Gifford, Judith
Antevil, Anne Paul, and Nadia Quackenbush.
SOPHOMORE-JUNIOR DRAMATICS CLUB
First row. left to right: LaVista, Westfall, Reese, Paul,
Gifford, Antevil. Quackenbush, DiPalma, O'Hare, Pierce.
Second row: A. Quackenbush, Frish, Feuer. Swartout,
Kobrin, Romano, Spelman, Fitzpatrick, Paciolla, Pierce
Flewelling, Hahn. Evangelista. Third row: Cordon, Anadio
Draffen. Rozycki, Beman, McCillis, Richtmyer, Mrs. Hinkel
'gThose in Class Houses" offered by the club
as an assembly program.
Don llaurle exainines our film library.
A student is eligible to be a member of the
Projectionist Club when he is a freshman. After
having been fully trained, in his sophomore year.
the projectionist may perform his required duties
which include operating film-strip and motion pie-
ture machines, and setting up public address sys-
Joseph Miranda. the head man in the club. is
in charge of the distribution of assignments to
the students. He tries to assign operators to jobs
in their own classes.
The projeetionists are a very dependable group.
always there when you need them. Their advisor
is Mr. Loring Huliek.
First row, lt-ft to right: Kirsli, Lander, Merrill, Cheney.
tv. llrimni, llull. Set-ond row: Mr. llulivk, Gunderson.
llansvn, lh-vc-npr-ek, Wt-ave-r, Nliranda. Cole. Johnson, Mr.
Operators elle-ek the equipinent for the next
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1953-54 BASKETBALL SCORES
21--at St. Mary's
28-Nott Terrace ..... ...,YY.
4-Johnstown ............. .,.... .
18-at Scotia ,.......,.. ....f.,
19-Glens Falls ..,........ .......
26+at Nott Terrace
29-at Amsterdam ......... .,..,..
15-Saratoga ............... ,.....,.
23--at Glens Falls ...,..... ...,.,.
29-at Johnstown ..
5-Mechamcvxlle ....... ........
19-at Draper ....,
20-St. Marys ....v.... f.......
26-at Saratoga ....... A.......
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During Coach Kobuskie's five years of service here, he has pro
Si duced a fine team. This year, his coaching ability was shown us
by a winning streak at the beginning of the year over St. Mary's,
Nott Terrace, and Johnstown.
Thrillers of 'the season were the Mechanicville and Nott Terrace
games which ran into overtime.
The many wins of the season were accomplished by the sharp
of Captain George Garlock and Larry Harris. Good on the
were Bob Miller, Drew Cordone, and Don Frank.
Johnstown offered us no serious competition during the season
GHS was avenged for our loss to their football team earlier
the school year.
row, left to right: Lafabreque, Coach Kobuskie, Kerzner. Second row
Carlock, Semprevio, Chancer, Harris, Abdella, Miller, Frank, Cordone
1953.54 BASKETBALL SCORES
LANNY , 1 CHS 0
MARVIN L I
5 Nov. 28--Nott Terrace ..,.,,,, ,,,,,, ,
Dec. 29wat Amsterdam ,,,,,
Jan. 8--Draper ........,v,, .,v,,,,,,
Q. J 5 Jan. 15--Saratoga ......,,,.,., ,,,,,., . .
VI, A f Jan. 23--at Glens Falls ,,,,,.. .,,,. A
, ' I Jan. 29-at Johnstown .,,,,,, ,,,,,, . ..
DICK gi' Jan. 30-Amsterdam ...,,,
ARNOLD A Feb. 5-Mechanicville .,,,, .,.,,,,,,
Feb. 124Scotia ,,,,,,,,....... ......,,.
Feb. 19-at Draper ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
Feb. 20-St. Mary's .,,.,.
Feb. 26-at Saratoga ,...
Although the J.V. record was not as impressive as in former years,
they executed a brand of basketball pleasing to the crowds.
The spotlight fell many times upon Nick Simon, Jack Hanifan, and
Bill Pozefsky as they scored consistently. The students also noticed
the drive of Walt Van Brooklin and Dick Bona.
One of the most exciting games of the season was with Mechanic-
ville. Behind 16 points at the half, the future varsity came ahead to
win by 2 points.
Coach Kobuskie is to be thanked for offering GHS such a fine
First row, left to right: Nicholson, Mraz, Gargulio, Coach Foote, Arnold,
Horwitz, Caruso, Bona. Second row: Albini, Wilson, Alofs, Cornick, Hanifan,
Simon, Richter, Pozefsky, Freeman, Van Brocklin, Palcovic.
Hia-111911 if - 1,12-Ggflkii
A Nov. 21- at St. Mary's .,.,
, 4--Johnstown ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,.,.t,.
Dec. 11-at Mechanicville .. .
Dec. 18-vat Scotia ,......,,,,,,, ,, ,,i, .1
JOHN Dec. 19-'Glens Falls ssss .,.e..,..
LAFABREGUE Dec. 26--at Nm Terrace ssss S...
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About 50 girls reported for bowling at the
call of the season in January. The girls were
immediately organized into teams and agreed
to play on Wednesdays after school in the
Klings Alley. The teams were supervised by
Miss Margaret Holly and Mrs. Ruth Craig.
At the end of the year after the averages
were computed the annual bowling trophy
was awarded to the girl with the highest
First row, left to right: Thomp-
son, Robison, Vine, Parillo,
Busse, Colabello, Mraz, Romano,
Wood, Baker, Otto, Preston, Nel-
lis, Phelps, Dipalma, Kucera,
Javarone, Cornell, Kavanaugh,
Sawyer, Oare. Long. Second row:
Mulhall, -Combothekras. Leslie.
Baker, Jacobson, Coolig, D'Er-
rico, Graydon, Sweeney, Com-
pani, Puglis, Husek, Barter.
Hine. Third row: M. D'Errico,
Geisler, Dunning, Spelman, Saun-
ders, Heiman, Paciolla, Piccione,
Queeney, Grimm, Viscosi. Last
row: Miss Holly.
First row, left to right: Potter,
Brown, Coolig, Saunders, Jacob-
son, Tremante, LaRowe, Young
Teetz, Jacobson. Second row:
Mosconi, Phelps, Mullings, Com-
bothekras, Connolly, Evans, Can-
nizzo, Fredericks, Barter, Javar-
one, Recesso, Kucera. Third row:
Miss Holly, Beman, Hahn, John-
ston, Frazier, Robinson, Mulhall,
Muscato, Richtmeyer, Grim m,
Rozycki, Quackenbush, Hitch-
cock, Swartz, D'Errico. Fourth
row: Martin, Grant, Brothers.
Colabello, Busse, Ferrara, Bal-
zano, Parillo, O'Connor, Starr,
The girls, basketball season began in Janu-
ary as we returned to school. Each Tuesday
and Thursday nights after school about forty
girls reported to play. The players were di-
vided into two teams for each night, the Reds
and the Whites.
ln order to gain experience, the girls took
turns refereeing. The teams were composed of
some excellent players, both guards and for-
wards, making the season both an enjoyable
one and a successful one.
ifirsl ww, In-ft tu l'1gI1llI lilunvh-
ziril, Pirro, Collar. Mr, llifliuiu,
1,m'ulm-Ili, 110ilg1l00ll. Si-m'0n11 row:
111111111141-si-, 1,uir, 1,l'l1g11l, l1m'1'k1-r,
'Hu' niiim-rims wills nf "strik4-1" su-rc 1Il'ilI'i1
again all Klingfs A114-ys us lhv boys, bowling
lc-anis 1l4'f,lQZlll 11l1'Il' svzismi with Mr. llifiluizl
us l1i1-ir 1'mu'1l.
1111- vighl ls-mns 111111 l1wir r'apluiii:+ 1il1Kl'Il
from 1114- vighl 11ig1wsi svorc-rs. Al thc' 01111 of
thi' 1lfS1 111111 ul tin- si-usmi. thi- tc-anus um-rv
rc-miigziiiizi-41. lluring 1110 first 114111. the favulty
In-um haul 11111 liighf-sl uve-rugv. lfvc-ry wcvk.
thi- fm- 1lIg1l1'S1 se-urvrs wvrv 011415011 to lm
lln- VZITSI11' lll gzum-s with su4'1i sf-Imols as
Aiiisla-nlaliil. .lu1insluwn. 111111 Suiliai.
Al l1if' 1-m1 uf 1111- Si'ilS0ll. mic- 14-11111 was
Sl'1l'1'11'K1 In ri-pivsiiil 11115 in 1111- Stalls' 1,115-
lrivl '11lblH'llllIlll'll1 in Mlvziiiy.
VOR 3 31
. Curl 1'vuU11
row. lvfl to right: 1.u1'i.
Vl'2,'1l l v. Yomlvruln-. Sprakvr.
Kunks-1, Niaiizvr. 5i'4'ni141 row.
Tartaglia. linisluwski, Alirums.
Sturge-ss, Se-ruussi, Mnli-lla. 51111-
lvnburg, Maxfin-141. 1"ulm-y. Svlwlni-
bauvr. Nurmumlin, 1.uir.
First row. left to right: Spclman, Cordone. Mazxone. Wilkins. Miss Cassidy. Miss Roberts, Balzano,
Vlveslfall. Huizing. Sccoinl row: Geisler, Dunning, Tcetz. Cardinier. Reese, Evans. Schlusberg.
lloynton. Richtmyer. Antcvil. Frisch. Third row: Sarantos. Abcle. Nicolt-lla. Abrams. Fda-lstc-in,
Finklc. Maxfield, Texier, L. Wood. KI. L. Wood.
The French Club is an organization primarily for the purpose of enjoyment and
gaining ease in speaking the French language. This year, as in the past, meetings
were conducted entirely in French. and various educational programs were given.
The club was the guest of the Johnstown High School French Club, early in October
where slides taken in France were shown. Under the supervision of the advisor. Miss
Cassidy. the club had a successful year.
The officers were as follows: President, Hannah Wilkinsg Vice President, Janet
Abeleg Secretary, Michael Mazzoneg Treasurer, Drew Cordone.
JUNIOR UFFICERS "CHAN'I'ONS" sEN1oR 0l'F1t 1 RS
VAR ITY CLUB
l "ll Hlllm lllf' lvffim-rx, lilllillll-ll'llll0llN of lliv lilllll. llurris t'llll1llll'l"1 ai lm-vtirigr
Varsity Club. under its advisor, Mr. Hammcs, was newly organized last year. Its
Ibllflhliit' is muvli lilw that of tlic- liuustvr Clulv. tu iiiiprnw sm-lmul spirits. Um- of tlu-
oys' julvs mis tlic- st-lling nf smismi lickvts fur fmwtlmll ziml lmslwtlmll.
'l'liu ulfircrs wort' tht- follmxing: Captain. Larry llarris: Cu-Czipluiii. lfrainli
'Vlzilugisiq lim-uriliiig Nlumigvr. JZIIIIVS Pirro: llvvurcliiig 'l'rm-zisiirvr. llmiulml l"ramk.
lfirft ww, ln-fl ln riglll. wulml: llurria Frank, Nlarvin. 51-vmul row: linwlvy. lloagilmoii, lllllllll.
lluffmun. livlllllll. Slainrling: Kunlu-l, Nlr. llaniim-S, Rumrill. .'Nlulvll:1.
fl' ' I .l -Y
First row, left to right: Balzano, Baldwin,
Andreana, Cannizzo. Second row: Mr. Al-
Flex, Mr. Dockstader.
Beal, Betty Lou
Becker, Betty Jean
New-A Vs ,
Buanno, Patsy N.
Cady, Ruth A.
Cheney, Justus, Jr.
Dunkel, Ann Lou
Ganster, Mary Ann
Garber, Billy Lee
Hoffman, Sadye An
Kreithlow, Ann Marie
Menko, Pauline Ann
N igro, Ruth
Poyfair, Mary Jean
Sawyer, Mary Lou
Shafer, Mary Jean
Slave, you dogs.
CLASS OFFICERS-Left to right: President,
Joseph Andreanag Vice President, Warren
Baldwin, Secretary Martha Balzanog Treas-
urer, Frank Cannizzo.
l Wessendorf, Geraldine
Wood, Mary Louise
V 1- Q ,
Crowning of King and Queen at Prom.
'Q.E.iEfafE1i'g'figfEfL:f?.2T1,.?2I.,Vk M-,EL - -. ' ff' -
When the first sign of spring fever appeared, it was
apparent to all that the winter season had drawn to a
close. Couples were notified by the office to discontinue
all amorous manifestations on the school property. This,
however, was not the only sign of spring. Shouts of
"play ball" and breathless boys running up Kingsboro
Avenue were other evidences of the new season. Spring
sports included tennis, golf, baseball, and track, while
the social activities included such events as the Junior
Prom and the Circus. Our minds, however, were not en-
tirely taken up with the various activities of the new sea-
son for there were constant reminders that regents were
just around the corner. Thus, spring passed into summer.
Waiting fur ilu- I - .
lfugvr lwuw-rs uf the- Ci
S4-rving for hm
In tho shade of ilu- school lawn
The staff began its work in the spring of
1953, thus completing one quarter of the Ora-
cle by the beginning of September. The 1954
Oracle was headed by Crystie Combothekras,
assisted by Jean Schlusberg and Don Frank,
with faculty supervision given by Mr. Check.
The staff after many hours of research de-
cided upon a seasonal theme for the ,54- Ora-
cle. This theme was entirely new and has not
been used before in the history of local an-
nuals. For this reason it meant a complete re-
vision of the format process of the yearbook.
The staff attempted to classify the various
activities according to the season in which
The finances of the 1954 Oracle were cap-
ably handled by Jack Tate and his committee.
The support he received from advertisers
made it possible to print an excellent year-
book and permit the student body to obtain
copies at a reasonable, low cost.
First row, left to right Vonderahe Potter Wilkins Berry Schlusberg Combothekras Frank
Tate, Roscigno, Brown Connolly Second row Kmg Guiffre Heiman Jacobson Evans D
Errico, Coolig, Cou hnut E DErr1co Saunders Third row Mazzone Fay Nicollela Fred
erick, Cazzillo, Nellls Abele Tremanle Compam Fourth row Peck Kunkel Kerzner Gold
stein, Edelstein, Fmkle
NA'l'Al,l li 'llltlilil A NTE
First row. left to right: Cole, Jaeolison. Roseigno, Reeesso. 0'Hare. Halliovsky. Wiood, Coolig.
Second row: Kohrin, Frisch. Geisler, Meyers, D'Errieo, Goldstein. llrovsn. Coughnet, Berry.
Potter, Heiman, Frederick. Kerzner. Fitzpatrick, lline-hart. Sosna. Peek. Perrella. leidner.
Jones. Third row: Frank. D'Errieo. Worley. Ragusa. Kavanaugll. Viseosi. Pieeione-. Paeiolla.
Parillo, Paul, Dililezza, Sanges, Nigro. lidel, SW8I'lll0llt, St:-flik. Huntzinger, Rozyehi. Fourth
row: Combothekras, Liberti, Spelman. Sm-nmprevio. Reese. Westfall. Wood. Hazzard. Gill. Uni-
slawslci, Keaveney, Potter. llarter. Adore. Nletluire, Underwood, Capparello. Alidella. Fifth
row: Seroussi, Sarantos, Lenz. Gordon, Stratton. Gifford. Fountain. Young, Zuekerwar. Ruff.
The llusky Growl, published five times a
year hy the Press Clulm, continued as the most
eagerly-awaited source of news and views in
GHS. The accent was on creative, informative
writing, with the makeup revitalized with
novel features: mystery silhouettes, cross-
word puzzles, new and varied columns.
Y A mcmlmer ofltwo. press associations, the JOYCE 0-HARE
browl added to its lively presentation of ln-
tercsting events with photographs. Long
standing departments still held the interest
of the student reader audience: the sports,
situation was outlined with clarity and gusto.
as was the low down on romance, cluh activi-
ties, and entertainment. Page two was still
filled with editorials.
Leading melnln-rs get together to pose.
Capahly directed hy lVliss Mary Evelyn
Connors, the Crowl put in another in a long
line of notahly productive years of puhlica-
Arnold, Miss Connors, Trenlante, Mazzone, Evangelista, Becker, Alu-le, Antevil, lTunning:,Harris.
First row, left to right: Garber, Crispin, Tomek, Paciolla.
Quackenbush, Vonderahe, Perham, Fountain. Robinson, Gar-
dineer. D'Errico, Grimm,
Recesso, Ralston, Phelps, Compani, Wilkins, Grant, Stewart,
Ambrosino, Rose, Potter, Coolig, Coughnet, King. Third row:
Mr. Bley. Stoddard, La Vista, Anadio, lnsognia, Evans, Con-
rick. Juedes. Perrella, Allen. Puglis, Lepper, Malagisi, Meyers.
E, D'Errico, Graydon. Johnston. Fourth row: Kelley, Duff,
Cassaro. Second row: DeSimone,
This year the music department added another in-
structor to our faculty, Mr. Philip Bley. One of his
many jobs is the direction of Choir HA,7' composed of
members from the junior and senior classes.
Mr. Bley has brought many new ideas to Glovers-
ville among which is a group of officers to handle the
"business" such as outside engagements and gifts. A
section from the choir also appeared on television.
As part of the regular schedule, the choir gave a
Christmas program and participated in the Spring
Concert. Some members were chosen to take part in
the annual County Festival held at the Boulevard
School. As usual the group rendered a few numbers at
the lVlay Festival held in the boys, gym.
The officers for the year were as follows: Fred
Kelley-Presidentg Barbara Dinehart-Vice Presi-
dentg Ann Gazzillo-Secretaryg Hannah Wilkins-
Reese, Pierce, Dinehart, Peck, Teetz, Pierce, Antevil, Spelman.
Garofalo, Nash, Brown, Roscigno. Perrella. Fifth row: Cohan.
Gazzillo, Mraz, Lauritano, Be-rard, Thompson, Brown. Alleock,
Chetwynd, Guenther, Helwig, Edel, Colabello, Jacobson. Sixth
row: Garlock, Tate, Gifford, Perham, Satterlee, Docks-ndorf,
Landrio, Giardino, McCoy, Pirro, Colabello. Seventh row:
Marvin, Miller, Hoffmann, Potente, D'Onafrio. Pt-ugh, Harris,
Becker, MacDonald. Cirillo, Peek.
Choir ull." this yt-ar. was unclcr the liaton of Miss
l,u4'y Nlakris and fcaturocl an exceptionally talented
quartet of girls ronsisting of Carol Frank. .lavkic lVlar-
lin. Ann l.ou Dunkel. and joan llraffcn. The accom-
panists were Mary Louise Wood and George llarris.
The sophomores had thu pleasure of attending a
spm-vial Christmas program offered by Choir HB" in
lll'I'lYll1lN'l"l while in April tliv whole group clirl its part
in the annual Spring Concert. Delegations from thc
vlioir wt-ro sunt to thc County Festival and the May
'lilw offic-1-rs for thc yr-ar were as follows: President
'wjoan llraffm-nz Sl'I'I't'l8I'y--lvlilflllil Balzano: Under
iss 'Nlakris 1'ondm'ls Choir
lirst row, If-ft to right: ilrippvn. Frank. Xlulliall. Vvrtlirvi.
5l1Illlll1'l'. tloulon. llaroni-, llalzano. tlanelvr, HllIllllllgL1'I', Di-
l'alma. Sarantos. S1-voml row: lfri-rl:-rick. Young. llraffen,
llaimo, l'ariIlo. Cairo. Anelr-r-on. Shannon, Kvave-m-y. La
ow:-. U'fQonnor. llil'alma. Pivarrli. Conlluollwkras. Capasso.
lllirml row: Sliulvr. llalin. liugglic-ro. llowvn. Potter. flkllllll-
lwll. llullm-rw:-ll. Paul. Coin-n. Dunkel. Martin. Mann-lll. Lyon.
Fourtli row: llillrutlaio. l"ln-wvllingi. Cfiarvio. llnrllvy. llrown
Wood, Sr-mprvvio. Fifth row: Mols, lluanno, Rulison, Aulisi
jonvs. lfasv. l"rvc-man. Houglntvling. Davin. llalmlwin. Canniz
zo, Kunkel. Sixtli row: Uarv. lrvnz. Trvinlmlvy. lh'lNvgro. lilo
llifllvlla. flUlllSl4N'l'i. X'tllHl1'TLlllt', xvllliklllli. l.a Porta. ljzlssino
Cliizvk. Client-y. Brown.
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Our Circus was called, as has been custom
ary, the Bungling Brothers, Barndoor and
Balehay Circus. This memorable event was
held in the two Estee gymnaslums on qatur
day, May 16, 1953. Eighteen side shows the
main show, and the floor show were included
in the entertainment. Among the many color
ful attractions were the House of Horrors the
Jumping Jacks, and the Wrestling
Sponsors of the circus were the various
service organizations of G.H.S. FCllClt3 Key
Club, and Student Council. Felleita under the
careful guidance of Miss Drury and Mrs
1. Matinee for the 'gbig top." 2. Activity at the side
shows. 3. Happy hearts and full stomachs. 4.'ilnto
I. l'll4'l!llilIll'- loo. 2.'l'l14' "fr:-inks" of UHF. fl.ffvvry-
om- mais il flown. -l."'l'lu- Xluxlu-r of Cl'l'1'lllUIlll'S,N
liolvison. was in vliurgc of most of llic side
shows. Km-y Clulu sl-l up llw T1'llIilllllYlg side
allows Zlllll also purlivipulvml in lliu famous
llilll-Cllll llziiim-. Sluelm-nl Counvil look cure
of all llu- zivls in llw main mul floor shows.
Slips-rxisiiig llu- virvus for llif- fuvully and
slualz-nl lnofly wc-rv rm-spa-1-lin-ly Mr. Lucas and
Vlillf' lizlrmloor illlll Iiull-Imp Cirvus was vvry
Slll'l'l'SSfl1l as fur us mom-lury gains. Allllllllgll
llu-rv wvrv ww-ks of liurrl work imolvvml. llil'
sllulvnls viijoyml llw wouflcrful lime- llicy llilll
pulling il logcllu-r.
cf Q "' Cu nous
I-Ji. Gil Q
Fun Preparing for the Prom
The Rhapsody in Bluei' Junior Prom was
held May 1, 1953 in the gymnasium of the
Boulevard School with a large Crowd in at-
As Students and their guests arrived, they
were greeted by some of the finest citizens
of our community. These distinguished guests
formed the reception line. Soon the couples
were dancing for the remainder of the eve-
ning to the fine music of Bernie Collins and
f his Orchestra, all the while enjoying a rhap-
Creeting The Chaperones
Enjoying the Music
sodical atmosphere created hy the hlue der'-
, f in
Crowning ot the Que-en
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'llho highlight of the evening was thi- coro-
nation of the King ancl the Queen, James Pir-
ro unrl lfloanor lllllrrico. rc-spevtiwly. The
following vvorm- votocl to attend the Queen:
Annu lluzzillo. jonnio llosuigno. lcrztlyn llei-
nmn. lfllon 'lll-otz. Verna Mosconi. ancl Bever-
'llhv vonnnittvo which was responsible for
junior l'roni hurl as its chairman john
Swconoy. jori lla-imun was chairman of the
Serving as vhaperoncs at the prom were the
following: Mr. anrl Mrs. Arthur Ferguson,
Mr. uncl Mrs. 'llllC0fl0I'C lj. Hammes, Mr. and
Mrs. ll. Anclrcw Schlusborg. Mr. and Mrs.
llornarfl l,. lleinmn, and Mr. ancl Mrs. Ed-
warcl ,l. Connolly.
The Class of '54 fclt that their prom was
lay far tho host over and will always remem-
hor it as one of the most delightful events
of their high school years.
OSA Come Hqain
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eetr c '1'nEN N I'S'eP
The 1953 Tennis team had a short hut successful
season. Mr. LeRoy White who coached the team
felt that the players progressed marvelously despite
the rainy spell which interfered with many out-of-
door practices. Whenever it was possible, the coach
and the team made great use of the boys, gym.
Once again the number of boys was insufficient
and the girls were called upon to supplement the
team. Now that this sport is a main one in Estee,
the coach should look forward to some great teams.
TENNIS RECORD 5 1953
May 29-Northville-There ,,,, W5 1
June 8-Northville--Here ,,t, ,..,,, 4 2
Coach White explains methods.
Proper handling is important
Left to right: Fleig, Tate,
Winig, Slater, Wilson, La-
Vista, Allcock, Spelman.
The 1953 C115 Golf team accomplished many
laudable feats. Under the supervision of Coach Hal-
lenbeek and the leadership of Captain ,lack Veghte.
the team participated in numerous meets. Although
the team was disqualified on a teehnieality at Sche-
nectady and finished ninth, Captain Veghte gained
laurels for GHS by becoming medalist. Captain
Veghte also participated in the lnterseetionals
where he eopped medalist honors.
ln the fall of 1953 at a meeting conducted lay
Mr. flallenbeek, Harry Hoffman was elected Cap-
tain of the 1954 squad hy his team mates. l'ndcr
the leadership of Captain Hoffman. the team is
planning to have a more sueeessful season than last
GOLF RECORD A 1953
Pine lirook Colf Course April 30
Selieiie-etznly' Municipal- Nlay 5
Mont Pleasant T'
Sells-m-1-lady lilunieipal-f-Nlay 6
Noll 'l'erra1'e 12
.Mnsterdani Nlunieipal--May ll
Pine Brook Golf Course Nlay 14
Cloversvillx' , 15
Pine' llrook Golf Colirse--Nluy 18
Nlont Pleasant 5
Pine lirook Coll Course May 19
Nott 'l'erra1'e 10lQ
Pint- llrook Coll' Course Nlay 21
Sl. Nlaryk 0
Mohawk Course -- Seetionals--May 29
Mont Plc-asallt-First l'laee
Despite the loss of Captain and first-baseman due
to ineligibility the '53 GHS team was considered
the best team in these sections. Even though they
lost two games this year the team retained a re-
markable showing of only five losses in five years.
Two games were abandoned because of inclem-
ent weather. lvnder Coach Miller the team was
well-coordinated and showed good sportsmanship
throughout the season. Coach lVliller was aided by
Assistant Coach Woy'cik.
BASEBALL RECORD - 1953
April 29-at St. lVlary's ,C ,, M10 6
May 5-at Mayfield ,,tt , 3 0
May 6-Broadalbin ,, ,l5 6
May ll-Mont Pleasant ,,tttt - ,ll 1
May 12-St. lVlary's W e ,C 5 4
May 13-Fonda ,,,,., , . 3 1
May 20--Amsterdam ,,,,,,, , t,,t, 5 1
May 21-at Fort Plain ., itt, ,.,, , 6 0
May 29-Fort Plain ,t..,t,,. .ggsg 1 1 1
June 1-Johnstown ., ,t,t Ytfttt 6 7
June 2-at Johnstown ,ttt,tt, aggssg 6 7
June 5-at Amsterdam ,,,t 7 7 5
First row, left to right: Kel-
ley. Simonds. Vanderwalker,
Harris. Tallon, Benton, Fear,
Davis. Second row: Slater.
Finkle, Pozefsky, Collar,
VanBrocklin, Satterlee. Mr.
First row, left to right: Ken-
nedy, Steele, Savarese, Blow-
ers, Cozzolino, Alofs, Picardi.
Second row: Montanaro,
Steele, Foster, Abdella, Bow-
man, Cantanzaro. Third row:
Playing the game.
Attention. mark time. right face, quarter-wheel
turn! Thcy'rc at it again. Under the coaching of
lVliss lVlargarct Holly, thc Girls' Marching and Drill
Team again prepared a drill for the Barndoor and
lialehay Circus. The girls were exceptionally well-
traincd and precise. They gave a splendid exhibi-
tion at lmth performances.
The tumbling team was formed from the out-
standing acrobats of each gym class. Such maneu-
vers as pyramid building, handstands. and flips
were practised daily in preparation for the exhibi-
tion. They performed very much to their credit in
connection with the 1953 circus.
DRILL TEAM AND TUMBLING
First row, left to right: Si
monds, D'Errico, Sardelli
McCrc-gor, Fox, Grimm. Sec
ond row: Lauritano, Kaiser,
M. Barter, P. Barter, Am
brosino. Knowles. Cleve-land
Third row: Baker, Brown
Duff, Gardinier, Evans, Rob
First row, left to right: Cole,
Cruthers, Edel, Besaw, Feu-
er, D'Errico, Ward, Sam-
mons, Devoe, Baker. Cleve-
Relaxing before the performance.
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First row, left to right: Parfit, LaPorta. Frank, Selufsky,
LaPorta. Rowley. Sanders. Ambrosino. Second row: Di-
Giacomo. Ambrosino. Kunkel. Blanchard. Edelstein, Ross-
As Coach of the 1953 track and field team, Mr.
Sinon proudly stated that this year's team was one
of the best in the last five years. There were many
outstanding participants, such as Edward Rowley
who ran the quarter mile without defeat and John
Hageman who threw the discus for seven meets
without being topped. The high point scorer was
Paul Meyer. All of these men as well as the others
were captained by Vincent LaPorta, sprinter, and
John Hageman, discus thrower.
Thrilling to the students was Rowley's trip to
West Point to compete in the state sectionals at the
end of May. He ran the 4-40 in 51.7 seconds at the
Saratoga Invitational Meet. May 23rd.
Throwing tlu-ir wr-ight arounmll
Up anothc-r inch.
Dual-Glovcrsvillc ,, ,, ,,
Johnstown , ,
Utica Free Academy ,
Gloversville , , , ,
Invitational-Clovcrsvillc ,, ,,
Gloversville ,, , 7
Amsterdam ,, ,
,lolmstown ,, ,
Clovcrsville , ,
, April 27
, T1 l f--lst
, May T
,, May 12
, , May 23
Y May 26
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L1-ft to right: Hageman, Malagisi, Rumrill, Kvnnvcly, Palniutvvr. Stoffolano. Handy
BOARD GF EDUCATIOB
Composed of nine members. the Clovers-
ville Board of Education has direct responsi-
bility for the determination of the education-
al policies for our public schools.
Serving without pay. this elected group of
citizens makes every effort to provide the
best possible education for children and
youth of our city. In doing so, the members
of the Board of Education sincerely attempt
to carry out what they discern to be the wish-
es of the people of our city.
The Board of Education strives diligently
to keep citizens informed about the activities
and problems of our public schools. The
Board of Education feels that the school pro-
gram will progress most effectively when all
citizens become interested in and concerned
about those educational services which are
offered to the' youth of our city.
9 ated: Mrs. Nicholas Simon. l'rt-side-nt ll. 'Klan Hotlist 111 Nlr ar
tha Kunkel. Standing: Simi-rintcnclm-nt Fred Amin-llan. Otto Xoun,.rtn
Pied Hundertmark. Thomas Randall. Richard Fitzpatrick Cltrk to the
lloard. Cray Taylor. Missing: Robert Reese and Donald Fox
The most important function of school is
lo promote the intellectual and moral develop-
ment of pupils. It has been a pleasure to work
with you and observe your progress through
three very important years of your lives.
As you now reach a significant milestone
in your careers and are alert to leave us, it
is my sincere hope that you will continue to
build on the foundations laid in the elemen-
tary ands secondary schools. Will you bear
in mind that becoming educated is truly a
life-time activity? There is always the possi-
bility of further growth toward a more cap-
able, better, more serviceable personality.
l wish to congratulate each of you upon
your success and progress to date and wish
you all good things in the years ahead.
A rlhur Ferguson, Principal
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'WN ' " ANN A-
His frve period is taken up with Om fm- L1 night of fun at thc-
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C LJ Mr. Hogan and his wife ara' 1
X' tcrtained by Miss Jones.
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His pride and Joy the thres-
MINS. V X
It is with much pride and pleasure that the Class of 1954 takes this 4,
opportunity to express to a teacher who has made us enjoy our arduous C"
tasks in G.H.S. With his keen comments, warm friendship and personality,
and excelling ability as an instructor, he has contributed much to make our
years in high school more enjoyable. We, the Class of 1954, are very happy
to dedicate our yearbook to EUGENE J. HOGAN, a wonderful teacher and
Antlumy M. Alvaro
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Catlwrins- M. Drury
Ifstlu-r Nl. .Innes
Philip H. Blvy
Winif1'1'cl C. Fleig
Ruth B. Capala
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Thvmlore- P. Hammvs
Harry J. O'Nei1
Ruth F. Roberts
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Mary li. Connors
Dorollu-a S. Hinkel
Ruth L. Craig
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Euge-nv J. Hogan
Mathematics Loring W. Hulick
Margaret E. Holly Arts
LeRoy J. White-
Ncllie- Tyrrell Edna Welsh
Home Economics Spanish
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Cet a load of this.
Senior Picnic-Chow Line! C0mmCf1C9m9Hf Ushers-
Y f '
mngrutululions, fiI'illllIi1l1'Sl Luunging tm th.. lawn-
llow to relax.
'llo complete the cycle of seasons. summer. too,
oontriliuted to sports and social activities. This
season saw us have many anxious moments of
whether or not our spring teams would enter into
the scetionals. Already the most important event
was in the minds of the upper class-men, gradua-
tion day. Classmates, teachers. even parents were
suggesting ideas for the big day at the Glove The-
atre. Everyone knew that the eventual Tuesday
morning would be preceded hy the Awards, Assem-
blies when those who honored the school for three
years in turn would he honored by the school.
This was the time of report cards, too. With the
blessing grunted we all knew we could take every-
thing else, yes, the Senior Ball, too.
wzirding '12 trophy.
ANN LEE VONDERAHE
Standing. left tu right: Advisors, Mr. Hogan.
Miss Jones. Sitting: Voderahe, Sweeney, Berry.
Officials arrange 1953-54 plans.
fe f- is
Life of a party with his dry humor Vlan of varied interests. " Q
hmr 2 Husky Crowl 2 5 4 Key Club 4 Oracle Staffg ,TMS C '
lla-.ketball 2 5 4 Football 2 Track 4 Senior Pltly Com- lx
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, 'Y 32? 3 ,,
Band 2 3 4 BO0Slf'I'fll1ll 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 Felicita 3, 41 ,Q A C at ,
French Club 3 4 Vu: lruident 4 Husky Crowl 3 43 Oracle f' '
Qtaff Rrd Cross fountll 2 3 laursl C Committee 3g Senior -i f A 3 A
' fommittu :rs Nports 2 Te nm 2 3 Treasurer of A ,
ass 4 llramatu sf u 1 5 t i fl?
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A lllflz shi perhaps but lrltaile A
"!i233i3' ' ,-'N ." .f-.52-J 'S 15.
:fur . RPQQJS. 2:
Blushing comes naturally to this shy but sweet blond.
Booster Club 3, 44 Twirlers 2. 3, 4: Felicita 3, 45 Girls'
Sports 43 Tennis 41 Senior Play Committee: Quarirille Club 2.
One of our best athletes-she proves that good things Come
in small parkages.
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4.
Fast on the traeh' and a whiz with a bowling ball.
Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2. 3. 4. Captain 41 Letter Club 4.
A live wire with a winning way.
Choir 2, 3, 4g French Club 49 Husky Crowl 2g Girls' Sports
2, 4g Senior Play Committee: Quadrille Club 2. 3. 4: Booster
Remembered for his athletir' ability and dam-ing feel.
Bowling 3g Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Trark 4: ,Iunior Prom
Committee: Letter Club 4.
Good sense and good nature are never parted.
Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4.
Quiet and sensible-one swell guy.
BAIRD, ANDREYQHA UD1E',
Sometimes serious, sometimes gay:
Girls, Sports 4, Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4,
Strong and silent-Happiest when on tlie football field. :"' V
Key Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3. 4, Varsity Club 4. l
Cute, clever, and cocky with a turned-up nose.
everyone lilfes her any
Boosts-r Club 4.
Quiet and coy? Not this boy.
Football 2, 3.
Pleasant and cheerful-She will win lzer way.
Choir 2, Library Club 2, Girls' Sports 3, 4, Quadrille Club 2.
BAKER, MARY ALICE-HlV1ARYH
Beautiful brown. hair-Always seen but seldom heard.
Choir 2, Library Club 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Quadrille 2.
A real traveler at heart who always tries to do his part.
Easy to get along with-Nice to know.
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3, 4,
Girls, Sports 2, 3, 4, PTSA Representative 2, 3, Senior Play
Committee, Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 4.
Her dancing ability will carry her to great fame.
Girls' Sports 3.
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Felicita 2, 3, Football Hand- I
book 2, Husl-ry Growl 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Girls, Sports 2,
A great sport in all things---An expert with a pool cue.
Bass-ball 43 Bowling 23 Conmwncc-ment Usher.
Always ready with a helping hand and !'l1P!'fflll smile.
Clioir 2, Orvhostra 2, 3, 4: Fvlicita 43 Football Handbook 2g
Fri-nc'l1 Club 2, 3, 4, llirls' Sports 2. 3, 4, Tennis 2, 33
Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee.
A sweet ternpererl retlheazl-Well Iilfefl by all of us.
Clioir 23 lfvlirita 3, 4, Library Club 25 Red Cross Council 3,
Girls' Sports 2.
A twinkle in his eye and a mean man with a horn.
llunrl 2, 3, 4.
Popular with all her vlassmates-A nirer girl is hard to find.
lluosti-r Club 2, 3, 4g Choir 2, 3, 4, Fm-livita 3, 4, Football
Handbook 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Girls'
Sports 2, 3, 4g .lunior l'rom Coinmittt-eg Svnior Play Com-
mittee, S4-vrf-tary of Class 2, 3.
With 1-lathes, looks, and rar, Frank has many admirers.
Basketball Manage-r 2g Football 2, 3.
Quiet and strorlg---First vlass lady-killer.
Base-ball 2, 3, 43 llowling 3, 4, Football 4. A
She's small and shy, yet thcre's mischief in her eye. .
When I was a child, l spake as a
man, I put away childish things.
child, when I became a
Bowling 3, 49 Track 3, 4.
Fair flowers never remain long at the roadside.
Booster Club 2, Felicita 3, 4, Football Handbook 3, 43 French
Club 3, 4: Husky Crowl 2, 33 Red Cross Council 2. 3, 4:
lflk Y Y V A V ,H A I A I in A1 i A
Quiet you say, but we know her best the opposite way.
Booster Club 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Felioita 45 Girls' Sports 2.
A well-liked and friendly young man-Knows a pretty lass
wlzen he sees one.
Bowling 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4.
A eharming lass who's been a help to the class. 5
Booster Club 25 Library Club 2, 35 Girls' Sports 2, 35 Quad- r 3
rille Club 3, 45 Senior Play Committee. " '
CLUTE, BARBARA-NCLUTIE7' ti
An idle brain is a devifs workshop. Q,
Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Twirlers 2, 3, 45 Library Club 25 Oracle 3 . llu V ,
Staff5 Girls' Sports 25 PTSA Representative 35 Senior Play
Co m m it t ee.
COFFEY, NANCY-HNANCYH 5 M 3 - 5
A quiet and sweet girl who likes chemistry. , I
COHAN, PETER-HFRENCHIEH if
Always ready with a pung no one beats Pete for fun. ,Q Y
Choir 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, President 35 Oracle Staff5 5
Football Manager 25 Track 2.
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A friendly man with a pleasant disposition.
Choir 2, 3, 45 Oracle Staff5 Bowling 2, 35 Senior Play Com-
mittee5 Quadrille Club 2, 3.
Whoever invented worle should have finished it!
Movie Operator 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 25 Bowling 2, 3, 45
Football 25 Track 35 Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4.
COMBOTHEKRAS, CRYSTIE-HTHE GREEK,,
The eager beaver of the elass-publications, best friend.
Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 35 Felicita 3, 4, President 45
Football Handbook 35 French Club 2, 3, 45 Husky Growl 2, 35
Oracle Staff, Editor5 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sports
Council 25 Commencement Usberg Junior Prom Committeeg
Senior Play Castg Quadrille Club 2, 3.
A cute little girl who likes singing very much.
Booster Club 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Football Handbook 45 Library
Club 25 Oracle Staffg Girls' Sports 45 PTSA Representative
5 - -
We see her here: we see her there: we see her mast with
he who fares.
BOUSWT Clllll 2, 3. 4: Choir 2: Cheerleaders 3, 4, Co-Captain
32 Felirita 3, 4: Husky Crowl 2, 33 Oracle Slaffg Girls'
qP01'l'4 2 3 4' Commencement Usher uninr Pm
' ' j " ' - Z .l m Commit-
tee, Senior Play Cast.
Serene and sweet, but can't be beat. She may make 41 fine
French woman someday.
B"0Slf'l' Club 22 Clioir 2. 3, 43 Felicita 33 French Club 3, 43
Red Cross Council 2, 3: Cirls' Sports 43 Senior Play Com-
Ruthie has a knack for artg she will always warm our heart.
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 43 Football
Handbook 43 Husky Crowl 2. 3, 43 Oracle Staffg Girls'
Sports 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Com-
Add Mickey Mantle lbaseballj, plus basketball and girls,
subtract homework equals Core.
French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Husky Growl 43 Basketball
2, 3, 4, Football 2g Track 4.
To Patty we hold our hats high-She will always make the
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4: Husky Crowl
2, 3, 4g Oracle Staff, Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play
A real nice gal who's a real pal.
Maybe she's witty, maybe she's not, whatever she is, we
like her a lot.
Band 2, 3. 4-3 Girls' Sports 4.
A sailor someday he will be, and cruise around the Seven
Movie Operator 2, 3.
DAMIANO, J OHN-HDOMN
Pride of the CHS Huskies. Lots of fun to be with
Bowling 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4.
DEL SAVIO, MARY Lou-"I OOCHIEH
Our gal with the magic voice.
Choir 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2. - ii,
A good all round athlete whose ability has won her many
Choir 2, 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4: Tennis
4, Quadrille Club 3, 4.
Outstanding member of our class-Full of fun and fancy
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Football
Handbook 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Student
Council 2, 3, Vice President 4, Girls' Sports 4, Tennis 3,
Senior Play Committee, ,lunior Prom Committee, PTSA
Representative 3, Ring Committee.
Sweet and happy-She's found what she wants.
Choir 2, Felicita 3, Husky Growl 2, Senior Play Committee
A swell girl who could never quite make the last bell.
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
A small girl whose personality doesn't match her size.
Booster Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, Football Handbook
4, Senior Play Committee.
An asset to any team-A swell sport.
Red Cross Council 2, Quadrille Club 2, 3.
The football team wouldn't be complete without our chemist.
Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4.
Low in voice but high in quality.
Bowling 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Senior Play Committee, Quadrille
Happy blending of everything nice-Tops on the accordion.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3.
Always gay and always ready-Always there to keep us
Fnnolfmll 2 il-5 2 ii"
Booster Club, President 4, Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4,
An adrlerl joy in any class and a big asset to the band
Band 2, 3, 43 French Club 4g Key Club 2, 3 4 Oracle Staff
Senior Play Committee.
Tall, dark, ami an admirer of women
A lad as fine as ran be.
A still tongue holds the wise fredj head.
Booster Club 4, Secretary 43 Choir 2, 3, 4 Fellclta 3 4
French Club 43 Oracle Staff: Girls' Sports 3 4 Commence
ment Usher: Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Commlttee
Dramatics Club 3.
Dig that crazy mixed-up car!
Husky Crowl 2g Key Club 23 Oracle Staf
45 Tennis 2, 3, 49 Senior Play Committee.
F EAR, ROBERT-HBIRDIEU
A walking ad for Chippers-Girls beware
Baseball 2, 3, 4-g Football 2, 3.
FINKLE, NORMAN F INK
"Who are you calling a Fink9 Yanks for him
..f' . D K 1 5.5 French Club 4 Key Club 3 4 Oracle Staff Baseball 2 3 4
3 " 3' ' A ' 'T Senior Play Committee
pi 5522 :,r, 2': i p FOSMIRE, STANLFY STAN
' " ' fi' r "Stan The llflan What a driver'
I ",' E l l Movie Operator 2 3 Bowling 2 3 4 Commencement Usher
When you're blue, look to Pat for a smile.
Library Club 2.
Star of sports, a "crew-cutl' and a grin for everyone.
Key Club 2, 3, Oracle Staff, Assistant Editor, Basketball 2,
3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Commencement Usller,
.lunior Prom Committee, Laurel G Committee, Senior Play,
Varsity Club, Treasurer 4.
Jolly and good naturetl--A big heart-A big smile.
Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, Library Club 2,
Red Cross Council 2, 3, Girls' Sports 3, 4, PTSA Representa-
tive 2, 3, Senior Play Committee.
Attractive and gay is this lass-She rates high in this yeafs
Orchestra 2, Felicita 3, 4, Football Handbook 4, French Club
3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, Oracle Staff,
Girls' Sports 4, Senior Play Committee.
An outstanding participant in many sports.
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2.
Those dancing eyes-Quite an accomplished equestrian.
Choir 2, Felicita 3, French Club 3, Girls' Sports 2, PTSA
Representative 4, Quadrille Club 3.
f l' :ii Love 'em and leave em H lS real love is basketball
R ii Senior Play Quadrllle 2
GARDNER, BARBARA BARB
H Her deep deep voice will be remembered
Felicita 3' Red Cross Council 3 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Tennis
- 3, Quadrlile Club 2
set GARLOCK, GEORGE GAR
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Her golden mire and her golrlen smile are the spirit of
G .H .S.
Choir 2, 3, 4: Orehestra 3: Felieita 3. 4: Football Handbook
4: Fr:-neh Club 3. 4: Husky Growl 3: Oraele Staff: Red Cross
Couneil 2, 3: Student Council 2. 3. 4: Girls' Sports 2: Girls'
Sports Couneil 2: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Play.
A swell. full of the rliekens guy.
Freneh Club 2. 3.
Give him a forest full of prey:
there he'lI spend his every
Tall and quiet-Sweet as they rome.
Girls' Sports 2. 3. 4.
Corn and brains are his acclaim to fame.
lland 2. 3. 4: Orchestra 2, 3: Husky Growl 3, 4: Key Club
2, 3. 4: Oracle Staff: Tennis 3. 4: Commencement Marshall:
Senior Play Committee.
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Sweet and eute-The girls go for his shy grin.
K Bowling 3: Track 4: PTSA Representative 3: Quadrille
- .Mgt ' Club 2. 3.
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"Miss GHS"-A l7i1'Hf'i0llS gale-A magnetie personality.
Choir 2. 3, 4: Student Couneil 2: Junior Prom Committee:
Laurel G Committee 3: Senior Play Cast: Speaking Contest
3: President of Class 2: Dramaties Club 3.
His warm smile will malre any girl lake notiee.
Transfer from Roger Lodlowe High School, Fairfield. Conn.
Baseball 4: Track 4: Fish and Game Club 2. 3: Boating 2:
Bowling 2, 3: Baseball 3.
"Babe lIirlrih'son" all CHS---Sells us tirlrets at the Clove.
Choir 4: Red Cross Cuuneil 2: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4: Quadrille
Vlub 2 'S
A tall, slim girl with an ever present grin.
Choir 2, 3, 4: Felieita 3. 4: Library Club 2: Red Cross Council
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GUIFFRE, DOLORES--HDEU 3.
Always dependable-Quiet and frienrlly as they came. lim Ly-, ,
French Club 43 Oracle Staffg Girls' Sports 2. 3, 4g PTSA f " "' I ?
Representative 2g Senior Play Committee.
Lucky young miss-She's really in bliss. L
Girls' Sports 4g Senior Play Committee.
"Cunns', that var of hisAA juggler by trarle.
Baseball 2, 33 PTSA Representative 23 Quadrille Club 2, 33
Cross Country 2.
He's ,got a grin, a gal, and a happy-go-lucky way.
Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Football 43
Cross Country 3.
A quiet, likable guy.
Transfer from Amsterdam High School. Band 2.
Gift of gab-A way with the gals-And a whiz with a
- L basketball.
French Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Football 23 Track
3 I 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Varsity Club 4, Captain 4.
A quiet guy-H ears no evil-Speaks no evil.
his "constitutional rights"-He's go
Choir 2, 3, 4.
t his gal.
HEIMAN, J ERALYN-"JERRY"
A whiz with cars-A spark plug in cheerleading-A treat
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3g Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Co-
Captain 43 Husky Growl 2, 3, 43 Oracle Staff, Junior Prom
Committee3 Senior Play Committee3 Speaking Contest 3.
Her warm personality will defrost any icebox.
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Cheerleaders 3, 43 J. V.
Captain 3g Felicita 33 Husky Crowl 23 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43
Barb is really quite a dish-She's one girl we're going to
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Felicita 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee.
Wine, women, and song are his game-With a little golf on
Bowling 2g Golf 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 4.
"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Choir 2, 33 Husky Growl 23 Library Club 2, 33 Senior Play
"Crazy over horses." This lass will "ride" to happiness.
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4.
A terrific guy-Lots of fun lo be with.
A very versatile young lady-As nire as she loolrs.
llantl 2. 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3: Football Handbook 2, 3,
French Club 2, 35 Husky Crowl 2, 3g Library Club 2, 3, 4,
Pre-sitlvnt 43 Oracle Staffg Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom
Committee-3 S1-nior Play Committee.
"Who fares what the world says? l'rn happy."
Choir 2, 3, 43 Football Handbook 2, 3g French Club 2, 33
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Committee.
She really "bowls" them over-Plenty of pep and go.
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 44 Tennis 4, PTSA Representative 3.
J OHNSON, ROSE-"ROSE"
A cute chick with a pleasant smile for everyone.
J OHNSTON, JANET-HJANETN
A blonde who has certainly made headway for the short
time she has been here.
Transfer from Amsterdam High School. Art Clubg Library
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"Oo La, La,--tres chic-This cute mademoiselle has an eye
Choir 2, 3, 43 Library-Club 23 Red Cross Council 43 Senior
Play Committee3 Quadrille Club 2, 3.
A happy-go-lucky hunk of fun.
Choir 2, 3, 4, President 43 Red Cross Council 33 Baseball
2, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee3 Treasurer of Class 2.
KERZNER, GERALD HIA
What a man .' This fine sport has an eye for "figures"
Husky Growl 43 Key Club 3, 43 Oracle Staff3 Basketball,
Manager 3, 43 Golf 2, 33 Commencement Usher 33 Senior
Variety is the spice of life.
Choir 2, 3, 43 Library Club 23 Oracle StaffQ Red Cross
Council 23 Girls' Sports 23 Senior Play Committee3 Quadrille
Club 2, 3.
Makes a lot of friends without a lot of noise.
A cute girl who ranks high in our hearts.
Booster Club 3, 43 Felicita 43 Oracle Staff3 Red Cross
Council 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee.
A high-spirited gal-always a good "sport.'
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4.
He always has a "key" topic on his mind.
French Club 2g Key Club 2, 3, 43 Oracle Staff? Bowling
2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 PTSA Representative 23 Varsity Letter
Club 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
LAFABREQUE, J OHN-MLAFF',
More friends than freckles-Only half here?
French Club 23 Husky Growl 23 Key Club 2, 43 Senior Play
Committee3 Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4.
Why be single-Why not heavenly bliss.
Choir 2, 33 Library Club 23 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Quadrille
Her big brown eyes roulrl melt any man's heart.
llooste-r Club 4: Choir 2. 33 Fvlivita 4: library Club 2. 3. 4:
RMI Crosm Council 2.
A harll wnrlrer buf he r'an'l he beal for ,lun
Choir 2. 3. 43 S1-nior Play Comniittr-c-1 Quaflr
Sn quiel ilu' l4'nrherx often rnisx him.
Choir 31 Howling 2. 3. 41 Se-nior Play tl0l1llIllll!'1'Q Quadrllle-
Llub 2. J.
Sleep. I'lI'hPS, mill women to be lllUf0Ilglll.l
llunrl 2. 3. 4g Un-lu-slru 2, 3. 43 Base-ball 2.
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Cine me Il flare with n ulglliflx' R."
A fare like an angel rznfl ll smile to IIIIHVII.
Choir 2. 3. 43 Fe-livilii 3: Huskv Crowl 2. 3: library Club 2:
Re-cl Cross Council 2, 33 Senior Play Comniittf-e.
The Yellow Jarlrefs are her lille'--Wlral an an,uel1'f' .vnilef
Choir 2. 3, 43 Library Club 23 Re-il Cross Counvil 2.
lvl diligenre inxurex sruress. then l1ere'x lo ller.
Girls' Sport Council 2. 3. 4.
A girl who worlfs harfl anal will xrzrreerl.
Choir 2. 33 Fe-livita 43 Girls' Sports 2. 3. 43 Cmunmenvement
His not to reason why---his Im! to rlrire or die.
llvml Cross ifounvil 2: llasvball 2: llnskvtball 23 Bowling: 2. 3.
4g Football 2, 43 Travk 2: Junior Prom Committee.
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liolf 43 Travk 2. 33 Cross Country 2. 3. 4: Varsity Letter
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Powerful in body, word, and deed.
Band 2. 3, 43 Orchestra 2. 3, 4g Bowling 2, 3, 43 Football
2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 3, 45 Varsity Club 4, Vice President 4.
"Casey would have loved' to waltz with this strawberry
Choir 2. 33 Hesky Crowl 33 Cirls' Sports 2.
MORENUS, J OHN-"!0H1v,'
Laugh and the world laughs with you.
Small and sweet-A girl we all like.
Girls' Sports 25 PTSA Representative 33 Quadrille Club 2.
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White bucks, size thirteen, are Lanny's falling vard.
Choir 2. 3, 43 Key Club 3. 4g Football 2, 3. 43 Senior Play
Committeeg Varsity Club 4.
Her sweet temperament is grace itself.
Red Cross Council 2g Girls' Sports 2.
Success and Buddy go hand in hand-A bundle of laughs.
French Club 35 Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Key Club 33 Oracle
Staffg Basketball Manager 33 Bowling 23 Tennis 4g Junior
Prom Committeeg Senior Play Castg Speaking Contest 2.
If it wasn't for his bright red hair, you would hardly know
he was there.
Key Club 3g Red Cross Council 23 Bowling 3. 4: Quadrille
Our "kitten" on the keys-Can't sit still a minute.
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2. 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4, Football
Handbook 33 Husky Crowl 2. 3. 4: Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4:
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committee.
An army life is in the making for our C. I. Joe.
Movie Cperator 2, 3, 43 Quadrille Club 3.
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Transfer from Northville High School.
A rheerful loolr makes a "dish" a feast.
A non-eomplaining miss-A real joy to teachers.
Red Cross Couneil 45 Cirls' Sports 4g Senior Play Committee
A quiet, pleasant manner that wins many friends.
Football llanclbook 4g Oracle Slaffg Red Cross Council 3. 4
Girls' Sports 4g Senior Play Committee.
His effort matle possible the expansion of tlte Oneida
l"renr'h Club 2. 31 Key Club 43 Oracle Staff: Junior Prom
Committeeg Laurel C Committee 25 Senior Play Cast.
Wise men refrain from idle chatter-Has no use for females.
Movie Operator 2, 4.
A rate trirlf wlufs always ready with a smile and a story
Library Club 3, PTSA Representative 2.
Quiet in a pleasant sort of way.
lland 2, 35 Quatlrillm- Club 3.
"Dill anyone mention a rartl game?"
French Club 34 Basketball 2g Football 2, 3, 4.
Takes only one "peek" to rnalfe a bushel fof funj.
Choir 2, 3, 45 Key Club 3, 4g Oracle Staff.
-ilk l- Q
His wit and humor have made our senior year eomplete.
Twirlers 2. 3, 4g Library Club 29 Girls' Sports 4: Senior Play
He knows where he's going and he's on his way.
Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4.
A strawberry blonde with lots of freckles and personality.
Choir 2, 3, 43 Commencement Usher.
A friendly fellow with a terrific sense of humor-Hot Rod
Choir 2, 3, 4g Bowling 2. 3. 4g Senior Play Committee.
A friendly disposition is an asset to any girl.
Choir 2, 3, 4-g Cirls' Sports 4g Senior Play Committee.
Mr. CHS--"Annie" is loved by all, my boy.
Choir 2, 3, 4g Student Council 4, Treasurer 4g Bowling 2, 3, 4
Football 2g Senior Play Committee: Vice President of Class 3
Varsity Club 4, Secretary 4, Quadrille Club 2, 3.
We'll "place" a bet that Ed will always get the most out
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PEDRICK, KENNETH RED
A red head with a swell sense of humor
PERHAM, JAMES JIM
According to hearsay he s deft with a damsel
Choir 2 3 4 Movie Operator 2 3 4 Quadrille Club 2 3
PLAYFORD OLIVER OLLIE
"I bring fresh jokes for thy thirsty humor
POTTER, JOANNE lo
"What a world of merriment her melody foretells
Booster Club 4 Choir 2 3 4 Fehcita 3 4 Football Hand
book 4 Husky Growl 4 Oracle Staff Red Cross Council
PRENTICE, GEORGE- GEORGE"
He's no 'prentice-He's an artist ltops alreadyl.
Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3. 4.
A sweet little girl with a sparkling personality.
Orehestra 23 Library 2.
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The apple of our eye-You should see this maiden blush.
Choir 2, 3: Girls' Sports 2.
A cute little miss-Wonderful personality and wit galore-
Who could ask for anything more?
Booster Club 2, Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4, Treasurer 4,
Football Handbook 3, 4g Husky Growl 2, 33 Oracle Staffg
Red Cross Council 2, 3, President 3g Girls' Sports 2, 33
Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Treasurer
,J Plans '1
What a catch Joe would be, if he
could see what others see
Bowling 4g Football 2.
Flying high, he's the guy for us.
Key Club 2, 4g Track 2, 43 Cross Country 2, 4.
He'd rather be nice than brilliantalnlcky fellow, he's both.
Husky Growl 3, 43 Key Club 35 PTSA Representative 3:
Senior Play Cast.
A "cereal" of success is sure to come her way-She's easy
to get along with-W ill gather friends wherever she goes.
Choir 3, 4, Girls' Sports 4.
REcEssO, MARY JANE-'5MARY,,
Real supporter of our class-Activities were made for her.
Booster Club 2g Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4g Husky Growl
2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3, 43 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior
"Make the most of yourself while youfre young" is this
red hea1i's motto.
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Football Handbook 3, 43
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g Girls' flports 2, 3, 4.
Curly hair and gleaming smile endow Nancy all the while.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Football Handbook 3, 4, French
Club 3, 4, Library Club 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3, Senior Play
Committee, Quadrille Club 3, 4.
Rossi, J oYcE-"J oYc1E'7
Her fun-loving spirit adds to any group.
Band 2, 3, 4, Felicita Club 3.
This little lass has her man-Cute and cunning all the
Booster Club 2, Felicita Club 3, Library Club 2, 3, Red
Cross Council 3, Girls' Sports 4, Senior Play Committee.
Strong, blonde, and silent-An All 'round man.
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A swift-jooted member of the track team-Success is sure
to "run" his way.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4.
Bernie is always full of fun.
Short and sweet-Dancing step that's terrific.
Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee,
PTSA Representative 2.
Here is one lad who toots his own horn-in the GHS Band,
Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Track 2, 3,
Varsity Club 4, Cross Country 3.
A big, black car is his calling card-Everybody knows Joe.
Basketball Manager 2, Football 2, 3.
A happy-go-lucky juggler who is bound for the big-time.
Movie Operator 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, PTSA Representa-
tive 2, 3x
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SAUNDERS, MARY ANNE-"MARY ANNEH
A sweet, little cheerleader-'Can bring out anyone's school
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 3, Oracle Staff, Student Council
2, 4, Secretary 4, Girls' Sports 2. 3, 4, Commencement Usher,
Junior Prom Committee, Laurel G Committee 2, Senior Play
SCRLUSBERG, J EAN-"lEA1v1vE',
Looks, brains, and personality-What more could we ask
Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Co-
Captain 4, French Club 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, Oracle Staff,
Girls' Sports 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Com-
mittee, Speaking Contest 2, 3, Felicita Club 3, L.
A girl with a great deal of courage to whom happiness will
Husky Growl 3, Girls' Sports 2.
He's been happiest as a Black Hawk Bugler-His pet peeve 5
--The Yellow jackets.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Senior Play Committee.
He never troubles trouble until trouble troubles him.
Movie Operator 2, 3, Bowling 4.
Do they always thinks those who never talk are the best
French Club 2, 3.
A transfer who certinly has adjusted himself to GHS.
Transfer from William Howard Taft School, New York City.
Traffic Squad 2, Cafeteria Aid 2, French Club 3, Gym Office
Aid 3, Senior Marshall Candidate 4.
SOVIK, JOHN, JR.-"j0HN',
Full of fun and frolics-Makes mischief all the day.
A pretty face and pleasant smile bring lots of friends to Jan.
Booster Club 2, Felicita 3, Library Club 2, 3, Secretary 3,
Red Cross Council 3, Girls' Sports 4, Senior Play Committee.
STARR, CAROL ANN-HCAROLH
A nice girl with a swell disposition.
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A sweet smile and Venus'lilre figure.
Choir 2, 3. 4g Library Club 2. 33 Student Council 3, 4.
Full of life and eyes that dance-Her heart belongs to
Library Club 24 Commencement Usher, Senior Play Castg
Quadrille Club 2.
Sweet as honey-A smile that will have all the bees buzzin'
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Quadrille Club 3.
Personality, talent, and looks--Also is tops in books.
Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Key Club 45 Dramatics Club
3, President 3g Student Council 3, 4g Baseball 2g Track 43
.lunior Prom Committee, Senior Play Cast, President of
Class 3. 43 Vice President of Class 2, Cross Country 2, 4.
Will be remembered for his controversial mind and his
capable "piloting" of Key Club, '54.
Choir 2, 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3g Key Club 3, 4, President 49
Oracle Staff, Business Managerg Senior Play Committeeg
Quadrille Club 2.
Where there's food 'n' glee, therels bound to be Lee.
Library Club 2, 3, 4, Movie Operator 29 Bowling 2, Track 2, 3.
STEELE, CLIFFORD RED
l don't ask questions I just have an
Band 2, 3, 4 Ba eball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Football
3, 4, Commencement Usher Varsity Club 4 Quadrille Club 3
STEUER, ANTOINETTE Tom
Always rearly anrl willing to serve the Yellow Jael ets
Girls' Sports 4
TEETZ, ELLEN ELLEN
Miss Vogue of GHS Powers model 1953
Booster Club 4 Choir 2 3 4 Felicita 4 Dramatics Club 3
Senior Play Committee Oracle Staff French Club 3 4
TEETZ, ROSEMARY ROSIE
Strictly for laughs She ll do anything once
Band 2, 3 4 Booster Club 2 4 Football Handbook 2 3 4
Husky Crowl 2 3 4 Girls Sports 2 3 4 Junior Prom
Full of fun--Dotty always has a "Bit-of-wit" for all.
Husky Growl 23 Girls' Sports 2, 43 PTSA Representative 23
Senior Play Cast: Quadrille- Club 2.
Though rarely here, she made the grade.
Choir 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Husky Growl 23 Library Club 2,
Secretary 23 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Quadrille Club 2, 3.
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Not quite the mayor of New York City-Give .him time.
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WALTER, JOAN- f0AN1E,
Shy as a rabbit, but cute as a bunny.
TREMANTE, NATALIE- NAT
Easy going Nat with brains and personality plus.
Booster Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 33 Felicita 3, 4, Vice President
4g Football Handbook 33 Husky Growl 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief
43 Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43
Commencement Usberg junior Prom Committee: Laurel G
Committee 23 Senior Play Committee.
Who would help but like Harb with her friendly ways anzl
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Twirlers 2, 3, 43 Leader 43 Felicita 3, 43
Senior Play Committeeg Quadrille Club 2.
Silence is sometimes mistaken for wisdom.
VAN BUREN, SYBIL-"SYBBIE,,
"She's a sweetheart if there ever was one.
One of our top majorettes-'She'll "twirl" through life with
Twirlers 2, 3, 4g Husky Growl 23 Library Club 23 Senior Play
Committeeg Quadrille Club 2, 3.
VONDERAHE, ANN LEE-"A1v1v1E',
Being pleasant is doin' what rornes naturally--"Homemaking
hearts are happiestf'
Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 2, 33 Oracle Staff:
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committeeg Vice President
of Class 43 Quadrille Club 2. 3.
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His friendly ways have been re"ward"ed by a host of
Who could forget those big brown eyes-talent, wit, brains
Choir 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Felicita 3, 4, Secretary 4, French
Club 3, 4. President 43 Husky Crowl 3, Oracle Staffg
Dramatics Club 3, Senior Play Castg Quadrille Club 2, 3,
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F , Though he's mighty short, we all know hes a wonderful
Perfect Attendance GlftS from uadrllle
Best Boy Athlete. Best Girl Athlete Awards for Cholr
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Unknown at first--Wouml up with o bang!
Transfer from Canadaigua High Svhoolg Library Club 35
Girls' Sports 43 Senior Play Committee.
He'll "toot" his way fhrough life to Ihe time of wif.
Band 2, 3. 43 Orrliestra 3, 4.
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CLEANERS 8: TAILORS
20 Church S'rree'I'-Ci'I'y
No boiher, no work. no cIo+hes +o press
A weII pressed suii, a 'Fine 'Finished dress,
No reason +o growl, no reason +o scream
BIodge'H"s will keep your cIo+hes
BARNEY GALTNSKY C0n9'a'U'aII0"S
S To 'I'he Class of I954
N and SON N ALVORD 8. SMITH, Inc.
Be Sure of Your S+ore Opposne High Schgol
C""252'le'.-1? -Ei me CASTIGLIONE
BERGER'S BAKERY Gem Jewelers
I5 Church Sfreef
G,o,,e,S,,i,,eI New Ymk I4 CHURCH STREET GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y
CLASS OF I954
. May each and everyone have a Q
happy and prosperous fuI'ure.
Gloversville, New York
o 6 o
F RI EN D
CompIimen'rs of 4-3I9I -4-3I92
PARSONS INC. OF GLOVERSVILLE
Sales ancI Service
HOWARD H. WAKEMAN
40 WEST 8TH AVE. DIAL 4-7I07 27I-28I S. Main SI.
GIoversviIIe, N. Y.
Good Luck ,O fhe THE LEADER-REPUBLICAN
Class of '54 and
THE MORNING HERALD
Are Ygur Newspapers
OPEN EVERY DAY
J. W. Thyne, Reg. Ph. R. H. Thyne, Reg. Ph. W. W. Thyne, Reg. Ph.
Dial 5-20I4 Licensed Pharmacis'I's I47 N. Main S+.
f Mildred Preston
Royal "A Specialfy Shop of DisI'inc+ion
OPPOSITE THE HIGH SCHOOL
5 Spring S+.
CONGRATULATIONS Complimenh of
CLASS OF I954
ES' THE RITEWAY ROOFING
PLUMBING and HEATING
I0 Church SI'ree'l'
42-44 SOUTH MAIN STREET
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE T954 GRADUATES
MONTANO ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
GIoversviIIe, New York
May +he spiri+ of coopera+ion of +he subscribers of +he yearbook
be +he spiri+ of coopera+ion charac+erized by +he adver+isers of
Ace Drug S+ore
40 N Main S+.
Al+er, Jay W.
I I Wes+ Ful+on S+.
F. W. Becker
26 Bleecker S+.
Beman's Record Shop
I43 N. Main S+.
Buanno's Service S+a+ion
269 S. Main S+.
Bur+on's Insurance Agency
7 S. Main S+.
Cameo Beau+y Salon
93 E. Ful+on S+.
Carmen's Quali+y Marke+
I35 N. Main S+.
Chancers Beau+y Shop
6 Cedar S+ree+
Cowles and Brown
9 Nor+h Main S+.
Willard W. Dann
2I Nor+h Main S+.
Davis Floral Shop
359 Nor+h Main S+.
Dence, Fred C.
2I Church S+.
Fear and Whi+e
The Gabeler Agency
8 Fremon+ S+.
2 E. Ful+on S+.
Gloversville Candy Ki+chen
I97 N Main S+.
H 8: P Mo+ors
I9 Elm S+.
I5 W. Ful+on S+.
House Beau+i+ul 8: Magic
Gloversville, N. Y.
55 Eas+ Main S+.
Johns+own, N. Y.
Johnnie's Smoke Shop
I2 Bleecker S+.
Kasson 8: Keller, Inc.
64 Sou+h Main S+.
Kennedy's Funeral Home
I50 Sou+h Main S+.
I9 Elm S+.
8l Eas+ Ful+on S+.
3 Spring S+.
Church and Elm S+ree+s
6 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
Marlene's Speciali+y Shop
38V2 Nor+h Main S+.
Menko Shoe Hospi+al
I75 Nor+h Main S+.
Muddle and Muddle
I2 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
M 81 K Marke+
Ex+. Eas+ S+a+e S+.
M's Super Marke+
Ex+. Oakland Ave.
43 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
25 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
I67-I7I Nor+h Main S+.
3 I4 Sou+h Main S+.
I05 Nor+h Main S+.
Polly's Club Diner
I4I Nor+h Main S+.
Rossbach Shoe S+ore
I0 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
l02 Nor+h S+.
35 Spring S+.
B. E. Shell
I39 Nor+h Main S+.
N. G. Simon
37 Sou+h Main S+.
William Spicer, Jr.
8 Church S+.
S+evens Glove Co.
85 Bleecker S+.
Bill Suydam, Inc.
I03 Wes+ 8+h Ave.
l8I Nor+h Main S+.
Walra+h 81 Bushouer
5l Fremon+ S+.
Wes+ End Service S+a+ion
207 Wes+ Ful+on S+.
BEST WISHES T9 THE CI-ASS OF May 'Il1e Fufure Hold Prosperily
54 ancl Happiness for All of You
JUNIOR SHOP THE JUNIOR CLASS
25 N. Main S+. Gloversville IQS4
QUALITY FURNITURE AT GREATER SAVINGS FOR OVER 50 YEARS
355 Soufl1 Main Slreel'
Jewelers for Your Class Rings
DIEGES 8: CLUST
I7 John SI'ree+ New Yorlc 8, N. Y.
RINGS CLETUS E. JENNINGS PINS
I000 Bellevue Ave.
MEDALS Syracuse' N. Y. TROPHIES
i'1""'i CLASS OF I954 iii'
SEW AND SAVE WITH SINGER!
Slnger SGWIDQ Center
I8 Sourh Main Sfreei' Gloversville. New York
NOTIONS FABRICS PATTERNS SEWING LESSONS
Gloversville, New York OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL
S. R. FLEMING COMPANY
Television and GE Appliances Congrawlafions fo Class
SALES AND SERVICE of '54
TREHER 8: JUNG, INC.
CQNGRATUI-ATIQN5 PLUMBING and HEATING SUPPLIES
CI-Ag? 3:5954 I5-2I Bleecker S+.
DELTA GAMMA DELTA Your Fu+ure is Our Fu+ure
Our Hear1'ies+ Congrarulafions KINGSBORO LUMBER CO.
Class of l954 INC.
AGER 81 BANKER
FUEL ou.-EuRNAcEs-coAI. Gfegofv 5+-
OIL AND GAS BURNERS-BoII.ERs DEVOE PAW DEALER
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF l954
FULTON COUNTY COAL 81 OIL CO., INC.
Serving +IIe PubIic Over 65 Years
Anfhraciie Coal and Hea+ing Oils
EARL W. HATHAWAY and
68-74 Wesl' Fulfon Slreel'
Gloversville, N. Y.
Congralulalions fo Class of '54
A. D. NORTON CO.
BEST WISHES TO
THE CLASS OF '54
Jack and Jill Shoppe
Besl Wishes lo +he
Class of l954
ERNEST L. LUFF 81 CO
GLOVERSVILLE, New YORK
BUSINESS WOMEN ON THE WAY UP
If s clownrighl' 'face-Ihe-facis
'lelligenl for business women Io
b y I h c e I I
col' es ihal creafe a su c ss u
. n i i 'us as racica
own o clufy 'Fashions al' are
mplefely divirfing, feminine, and
"Miss Ellen Teeiz seIec+s
a wallz Ienglh gown a+ Argersinger's."
THE CLASS OF l954
GLOVERSVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
52 Norfh Main S'I'ree+
LYNCH AND BAIRD
32-36 Washingfon SI'ree'I'
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
Gloversville 5 - I' - - MAGS p d +
Men's and Boys' CIo+hIng pemmng In ro ues
Congrafulafions 'fo 'I'he Class RADIOS, RECORDS, PHONOGRAPHS
"WE SELL FOR LESS" -- 32 N fh M ' Sh. 1.
38-40 Church S+. GIoversvIIIe or am ee
I28 W. Main SI. Johnsfown
Congra'l'uIa+ions +o +he
Class of '54
GEISLER AGENCY, INC.
AII Kinds of Insurance
8 MIDDLE ST.
HOUCK'S PHARMACY EXTENDS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CLASS OF '54 G.H.S.--AND WISHES
SUCCESS TO EVERY GRADUATE
Earll B. Por+-William Spelman
II WEST FULTON ST.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
PHONE 5-23I2 WE DELIVER
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS
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New York-330 FifI'h Ave.
Chicago-36 So. S+aI'e S+.
St. Thomas, Inc.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU
UPON REACHING THIS IMPORTANT MILESTONE
May You Always Be As Successful In AII Your
MARTIN 81 NAYLOR CO.
A Liffle Bil' of Everyfhing
Dial 5-282I 5 Easl 8'l'l1 Ave.
GRANITE WORKS, Inc.
A Km s o
Marble and Granile Memorials
On Display al' Our Warerooms
Jewelry Gills Appliances
To I'l1e Class of l954
Phone 5'28'4 JONES AND NAUDIN
F I S . GI ill , N. Y.
2' W YolLl:oElrieEdly Creilifrgloli 8' COMPANY
UGENE HOLLENBECK, JR.
Ambulance and Oxygen Service
AL BEDS WHEEL CHAIRS
For Complele Travel Service
AIR OR STEAMSHIP
Lei' This Friendly Travel Agency Book Your Reservalions
ENGLAND - FRANCE -ISRAEL -ITALY
Herman A. Carbonelli Travel Agency
Dial 5-46I6 Gloversville, N. Y. I9 So. Main S+.
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'16 H cm,-'T' 6 Hsu-1 - -1
HOLDEN LUMBER CO.
OUR SERVICE MAKES IT EASY TO BUILD
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS
NICHOLSON'S CANDY SHOP
42 Eas'I FuI'ron SI.
GIoversviIIe, N. Y.
ROBBINS BUSINESS MACHINES
Sfandard - PorI'abIe - EIecI'ric
SALES AND SERVICE
29 W. FuII'on S'I'. Phone 4-98I6
TO CLASS OF '54
NELSON A. TAYLOR CO.
79-8I So. Main S+. GIoversviIIe
Magic Chef Gas Ranges
Wafches and Diamonds
MATTY, THE JEWELER
I2 W. FuI+on S'I'reeI Phone 5-50II
"THE STORE WITH THE GUARANTEE"
MORSE 81 JENKINS
STEPHEN MAROTTA, Prop.
CLEANING - PRESSING - ALTERING
TUXEDOS TO RENT FOR ALL
99 E. Fulfon SI. Dial 5-4924
Congrafulaiions and Besi' Wishes +o Ihe Graduafes of
The Class of I954
THE FULTON COUNTY
NATIONAL BANK and
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Besi Wishes Io Ihe Class Good Luck
Of '54 To The Class
GLOVERSVILLE COCA-COLA FEI-DMAN,S BAKERY
BOTTLING CO. I5 Washingfon SI.
WITH ALL GOOD WISHES TO THE
GRADUATING CLASS OF '54
Wessels Insurance Agency
54 NOI'I'I'l Main S+.
CLASS OF I954
0 DRESSING U
PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
2I Sou+I'I Main Sfreei' Gloversville, N. Y.
Music NEWS SPORTS
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C. B. S. '
GLOVERSVILLE AND JOHNSTOWN
Congrafulafions and Besf Wishes
CLASS of I954
TRUST COMPANY of FULTON COUNTY
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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