Gloversville High School - Oracle Yearbook (Gloversville, NY)

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MALE Superintendent of Schools B.S., M.S., Albany ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF LEWIS O. THEURER Clerk of Board of Education Assistant Superintendent of Schools A.B., M.A., Albany J. HERBERT PAINTER Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds foam., BOARD OF FDUCATIONfFIRST ROW. left to right: Lewis Theurer, Mrs. John Wood, Fred Hundertmark, Mrs. Robert Kunkel, Vifilliam Hale. SECOND ROW: Philip Goodheim, Robert Quackenbush. Robert XY'illiams. Anthony Kaiser, Thomas Randall. George Curtin. Frank Vetro. COMMITTEES OF BOARD OF EDUCATION Bzzifrfizzgi ami GI'0IHILfJ' Thomas Randall, Chairman George Curtin, Jr. Robert Quackenbush Mrs. john Wood Fizmufe and Audiff Robert Quackenbush, Chairman George Curtin jr. Robert Williams Srlaool Openzfiofz and Polirief Philip Goodheim, Chairman Anfhgfly Kaiser RODCIT Sfbools, Tefzrherr and Cllfffflllllfll Mrs. Robert Kunkel, Chairman Mrs. john Wood Anthony Kaiser Fred Hundertmark-ex-officio member of all committees BOARD OF EDUCATIO MARIE L. NIXON MRS. MARGUERITE H. REGAN Secretary to Superintendent Stenographer A.B., Albany HAZEL G. MORENUS MRS. DORIS P. PETRASKE Senior Acountant Clerk-Typist Account Clerk Stenographer ADMINISTRATIVE KATHLEEN E. MERITT Senior Typist lx 'l- ,1 ,- l 'lx ,gin 5 S175 . lil? A.B., Wellesley ROSE SHWARTZ MRS. MARION SMITH Stenographer Stenographer SECRET RIES Stenographer MRS. ANN A, BASILEO JOAN OARE Stenographer MRS. BABETTE D. FRISBIE Curriculum Co-Ordinator A.B., M.A., Albany FRANK C. WOODWORTH Director of Pupil Personnel A.B., M.A., Albany ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTAN TS ARTHUR FERGUSON Principal A.B., Albany M.A., Columbia HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION ADA H. BUSSE Vice-Principal A.B., M.A., Albany MRS. LAURA C. GERALD L. BAKER N. BLAKE BARTLETT ROBERT H. BROWN BAETENS Physical Education, English, Citizenship IUClUSfff21l Arts Orchestra Health Education BS., Buffalo BS., Ithaca B.S., Springfield B.S., University of Maine CAROLINE L. CASSIDY JOSEPH CHECK NORBIAN A. CLO IXIARY EVELYN CONNORS French Citizenship Education Music Guidance Counselor A.B., Trinity A.B., Hartwick BS, Ithaca B.S., Ithaca MA., Albany MS., M.A., Columbia MS, Syracuse FAC l i l MRS- MARGARET XVILLIAM R. COONEY CAROL C. COOPS MRS. RUTH CRAIG CONREY Music Mathematics Science Glovernakirlg B.S., Fredonia A.B., Arcadia B.S., Albany M.M., Eastman School University A.B., M.S., Syracuse MA., Syracuse I4 DONALD H. CATHARINE M. EDWARD P. DUGAN MRS. WINIFRED C. DOCKSTADER DRURY Citizenship Education FLEIG Industrial Arts Commercial B.S., Holy Cross Commercial B,S,, Oswego B.S,, Albany M.A., Colgate BS, Albany M.S., Cornell ULTY MRS. JANE HABLA MARGARET HAMM MRS. HELEN MRS. RUTH P. HULTS Citizenship Education Physical Education HEACOCK Commercial A.B., College of B.S,, Cortland Science B.S., Albany St. Rose A.B., Syracuse i ii ESTHER M. JONES ROBERT W, KILLEEN JOHN LATSHAW MRS. MARION LUCAS English Citizenship Education English English A.B., Mt. Holyoke A.B., Middlebury A.B., Oberlin B.S., Converse M.A., Middlebury M.A., Columbia College I5 LAWRENCE A, MILLER Director of Physical Education B.P.E., Springfield mr-"""" DAVID A MONTAGUE THIRNWOOD JAMES F. O'ROURKE MRS BETTY RAIMO Dramatics English MORGAN JR English Art A B University of Citizenship Education B S Norwich Pratt Institute Vermont B S University of M Ed., University Maine of Vermont MRS. LORRAINE G, SAMMONS English A.B., Russell Sage M.A., Albany iii GEORGE M. SMITH MRS. MARY A. EVELYN E, STEMPFLE GEORGE E- Driver Education STACHNIK Latin SYLVESTER Adult Education Commercial A.B., Barnard Mathematics, Science Director B.S., Albany M.A,, Columbia B.S., University B.S,, Oswego of Maine LEQNARD SZUMILOSKI TILLIE INI. THOMPSON NELLIE TYRRELL WELLINGTON Mathematics Librarian Home Economics VAN DE WALKER B.S., Holy Cross A.B., Keuka B.S., Albany Citizenship Education M.A., Clark Ph.B., St. Michaels B.L.S., Syracuse M,A., Albany ULTY PHILIP C. VERTUCCI LAWRENCE Science, Biology WARSHAWSKY B.S., M.S., Siena Health B.S., Springfield EDNA WELSH Mathematics Spanish A.B,, Smith M.A., Columbia MRS. DOROTHY W. WERT Mathematics A,B., Albany I7 fi 'Q Basketball fans talk to "Sunny," our Foreign Ex- change Student from Norway. Miss Hamm is Pat's first customer for GHS sweatshirt. . . ..1. , fc, 2' ll 1 .Z .f Mrs. Habla with her "children" on noon-hour corridor duty. Mrs. Smith helps Pat and Gerald. I8 Mr. Bartlett, Miss jones and Miss Roberts look for morning mail. I9 PRESIDENT james Del Savio ADVISOR Mr. Dugan SENIOR OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT David Howe CLASS 1960 SECRETARY Joan Dattoli TREASURER Bonnie Robbins ADVISOR Mrs. Fleig zu MILLIE ABELS "Millie" Memorable Event-Dances Choir 25 Felicita 3g Library Club 2, 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. GERALD ADAMS ..Jerry,. Memorable Even!-Senior Ball RICHARD AGUILERA "Dick' ' Memorable Event-Faculty-Student Golf Match Movie Operator 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Golf 2, 33 Track 2. SHIRLEY ALMY "shrimp" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Choir 3, 4g Girls' Sports 3, 4g Con- cert Choir 3, 4. 22 RAY AMBROSIN O ..Ray., Memorable Event-Played in Johns- town and won Football 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 4. SHEILA AMBROSINO "Sheila" Memorable Event-Football hops Choir 25 Library Club 2g Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Com- mittee. RALPH AINIEDURI "Flea" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Football 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 43 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Wrestling 3, 4. PETER ANADIO "Ginzo" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Football 43 junior Prom Commit- teeg Senior Play Committee. 3 W' JANEL14gf-it .Ja ,, I n Memorable town Choir 2, leaders 3, Growl 3 Council 33 Sports 43 jun- ior Prom Senior Play Committeeg Scitamard 2, 3, 4g FTA 2, 5, 4g Art and Social Committee 2g Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. JANICE ASHE ..Jan,, Memorable Event-Senior Banquet junior Prom Committee. GAIL AVERY "Cissy" Memorable Event-junior Prom Felicita 3, 4g President 43 junior Prom Cornmitteeg Senior Play Com- mitteeg Biology Club 2g Student Council 4. CATHY BALZANO "cathy" Memorable E vent-Football Games Felicita 33 Husky Growl 45 Com- mencement Usherg junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Scitimard 2, 3, 4. ,wplfd ROBERT BALZANO "Bob" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Band 2g junior Prom Committeeg Ski Team 2, 43 Senior Play Com- mittee. MARGARET BARTER "Sal" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Choir 2g Felicita 3, 4g Library Club 2, 3g Quadrille Club 23 Biology Club 2. FRANK BASILEO "Frank" Memorable Event-Senior Banquet SUSAN KAY BATTY "Sue" Memorable Event-Senior Play Quadrille Club 2, 33 Scitamard Club 2g Senior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, 23 LARRY BEEBE "Larry" Memorable Event-junior Prom Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2. PALMA BENDINO ..Pam-1 Memorable Event-Football hops Senior Play Committee. DAVID BERGER "Dobie" Memorable Even!-GHS-IHS Foot- ball game 1958 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Movie Operators 2, 33 Transfer from Port Rich- mmoncl High Schoolg Johnstown High School. RONALD BERGHOFF "Ron" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game Band 2, 33 Dance Band 2, 3, 43 Track 43 Biology Club 2. 24 JOYCE BERNER ..J0y,, Memorable Ewen!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. RICHARD BERNER "Rich" Memorable Event-GHS-IHS Foot- ball game 1958 Band 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee3 Skiing 2, 3, 43 Captain 4. JAMES BERRY mm.. Memorable Event -- 1958 awards assembly HARRIS BILLINGTON "Phil" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Wrestling 3, 4. HUBERT BOGER "Bert" Memorable Event-Senior Day BRENT BOHNE "Butch" Memorable Event-Graduation Movie Operators 2. CHARLEN E BORN "Char" Memorable Event-Teen Tones Band 3g Choir 4g Orchestra 2g Twirlers 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4g Husky Growl 3, 4g Typing Editor 43 Library Club 2, 33 Oracle Staff g Red Cross Council 45 Girls' Sports 4g Senior Play Committeeg Art and Social Committee 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Concert Choir 4. HENRY BORN "Butch" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Cross Country 3. SANDRA BOSCH "Sandy" Memorable E vent-Senior Ball Girls' Sports 2. CAROLE BOWLIAN "Carole" Memorable Even!-Majorettes Band 33 Twirlers 2, 3, 43 Assistant Leader 2, 33 Leader 43 Commence- ment Usher. EDWARD BOWN ..Ed,, Memorable Even!-Senior Day Bowling 23 Cross Country 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain 4g Golf 2g Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Treasurer 4. KAREN 'BRADSHAW "Karen" Memorable Even!-junior Prom 1958 Choir 2, 4g Twirlers 2, 3, 4g Art and Social Committee 2, 33 Felicita 3, 4g Husky Growl 2, 3: Scitamard Club 2, 3, 43 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Com- mitteeg Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. 25 CARL BREMER "Dutch" Memorable Event-Hi-Y Dance Basketball Manager 2, Golf 2, 3, 4g Commencement Usherg Hi-Y 2 3, 4. W A l Cf C JANET Band A! x YJ LARRY BROOKS "Brooksie" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Band 2g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 2g Tennis 2. CONNIE BRUNCO "Connie" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3, 4. 26 BRUCE BUDDLE "Bruce" Memorable Event-Cross Country 1957 PATRICIA BUTTLER upat., Memorable Event-junior Prom Choir 3, 4g Twirlers 2g Girls' Sports 4, Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. MARTIN CADY ..-,oem Memorable Event-Key Club Party Husky Growl 33 Key Club 3, 4. JOANNE CALANDRA "Joanne" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicia 3, 45 Husky Growl 2, 3. JANET CALDWELL .Jann Memorable Event-Graduation Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Library Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Council 3, 4g Senior Play Com- mitteeg Biology Club 3. GERALD CAMPANILE "jerry" Memorable Even!-Senior Play French Club 2, 3g Senior Play Com- mitteeg Biology Club 2. IDA MAE CAPPARELLO "Mickey" Memorable Event - Junior Prom 1958 Girls' Sports 2g junior Prom Com- mittee. RICHARD CAPUTO "Rick" Memorable Event-Football games Football 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, CAROLE CARANGELO "Carange" Memorable Even! - Junior Prom 1959 Felicita 3, 4g Vice-President 4g Husky Growl 2, 3, 43 Oracle Staffg Girls' Sports 2g Senior Play Com- mitteeg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. EDWARD CARANGELO "Eddie" Memorable Event-Amoeba Crawl Baseball 4g Football 4. DAVID CARPENTER "Wilber" Memorable Event-junior Prom Red Cross Council 2g Golf 3. NANCY CARROLL "Nan" Memorable Erem-Felicita Initia- tion Felicita 3, 43 Treasurer 4g Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 3, 4g FTA 4. 27 TOBIN CASH "Toby" Memorable Event-Key Club Key Club 2, 3, 4g Treasurer 2g President 3, 43 Biology Club 25 Tennis 2g Track 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4. JOANNE CASTIGLIONE . . Jo. . Memorable Even! - junior Prom 1959 Choir 2, 3, 4g Twirlers 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 4g Husky Growl 3, 4g Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 4g Scitamard 3, 4g Commencement Usher, jun- ior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Castg Concert Choir 45 FTA 2, 3, 4. VINCIE CASTIGLIONE "Vin" Memorable Event-junior Prom O r a cl e Staff, Commencement Usherg Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. HENRY CENZANO "Hank" Memorable Even!--Junior Home- foofn 28 RONALD CHAMBERLAIN "Ron" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Base- ball Games Baseball 3. LINDA CIRILLO "Linda" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Girls' Sports 3. DAVID CLEMANS "Crabbie" Memorable Event-junior Prom Bowling 23 Senior Play Committee. Even!-junior Prom Growl 3, 4' Key 3, 43 nior Prom C ' 'OlOgy Ffa JANE cooK "Cookie" Memorable Event-Football games Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicita 5, 4g Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Library Club 3, 4g junior Prom Committeeg Future Teachers of America 3, 43 Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. HENRY COSSELMAN "Mountain Willy" Memamble Event - Johnstown- Gloversville Football game Bowling 2, 3, 4. - .J JV7 X. . 9fMd 1 QQIIIS F f. baimgiliie Qblflef V90 A 42' NORMAIDLGVERT 1 ' f-- H 4, " 4 Jfj jbil'jijEel2fit'5iiTj4g L1 rary 'XL iglub 3 Oracle Safggjiior Pr Co mitt . ' N53 x.f1'5"AJQ,,w We fs we , , ,vw ,J jc, 'A "Cl'LW"J f Q r QF ,fafdfflj I 'N ,- L-,lg WINIFRED COVEY "Winnie" Memorable Event-Senior Banquet 29 ROSE CRISTIANO "Rose" Memorable Event-Senior Day Choir 2, 5, 4g Twirlers 23 Senior Play Committee. MARY DACORSI "Dew Drop" Memorable E vent-junior Prom Felicita 4g Red Cross Council 2, 5, 4g Junior Prom Committee. CARL DARLING "Carl" Memorable Even!-Senior Banquet Movie Operator 3, 43 Bowling 52 Commencement Usher. JOAN DATTOLI "joan" Memorable Event-First Prom Felicita 5, 43 Senior Play Commit- teeg Biology Club 2g Girls' Sports 4g Tri-Hi-Y 5, 43 Secretary of Class 4. 30 SANDRA DAVIS "Sandy" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Bowling 53 Girls' Sports 2. JAMES DEL SAVIO "Pison" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Student Council 3, 4g Commence- ment Usher-Marshalg Junior Prom Committee-Chairmang Senior Play Committeeg Band 35 President of Class 5, 4. ANGEL DEROSA "Angie" Memorable Event-junior Prom Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committee. ANGELA DE ROSA ..Ang., Memorable E vent-Junior Prom Felicita 55 Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 25 Junior Prom Commit- teeg Senior Play Committee. ANTOINETTE DEROSA "Toni" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 3, Oracle Staff g Senior Play Committee, Biology Club, FTA 3, 4. ANTOINETTE D'ERRICO "Toni" Memorable Event-.IHS-GHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. CAROLE DESISTO "Red" Memorable Event-junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4g Husky Growl 2, 3, 4 Library, Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2. CLAUDIA DIBENEDETTO "Dee" Memorable Even! - Junior Prom 1959 Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3, 4, jun- ior Prom Committee, Biology Club 2. -03 ju io im ub 2, 3, Prom Com- Commit g Tri- re asurer , FTA ibrarian Club 2' cretaryg DONNA DOCKSTADER "Donna" Memorable Even!-Senior Day Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3, 4. LINDA DOMINICK "Linda" Memorable Event-Senior Banquet Library Club 2, Girls' Sports 2. W X ,lt flgarfwlfg lgj'OHN D'ON F Johnny ben! B Km Sen- a ast ,f C fl 2 Laurel e 1 n v: . i C 1 and , 3, lil hestra 2, 3, 4, Ju i rom MP mi tee' Senior aS Q ell: i n ' " C mi eg nce and 2, 3 4. I 3I O 1 MAR ELLEN D RIS mo a le vent-Oc ober 1959 ' 3, 4g Hus row Li rary Club 2, 33 Oracle Circulati n anagerg ed Cou il , Girls' S o 2, Jun' Prom ommitteeg Play Congitteeg ' logy Cl b 2. W p WM JOHN DUDLEY ..JOn,, Memorable Event - Senior Class Football hop LYNNE EDELSTEIN ' 'Lynne" Memorable Event - Co-Editorship of Husky Growl Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Feature Edi- tor 3g Co-Editor-in-Chief 4g Li- brary Club 2, 33 Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 2, 3g President 33 Girls' Sports 23 Commencement Usherg Senior Play Committeeg Speaking Contest 31 FTA 2, 33 Scitamard 3, 43 Art and Social Committee 2. WANDA ELLIS "Wanda" Memorable Event-Senior Home- room 32 THOMAS ELLITHORPE "Tom" Memorable Event-Senior Ball ROSANNE FERRARA "Roz" Memorable Even!-Varsity Cheer- leader election Choir 2g Cheerleader 45 Felicita 3. 45 Husky Growl 2, 3, 45 Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 2, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4g junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Castg Speaking Contest 2, 3, 4g Scitamard 2, 3, 4g President 4g FTA 2. PETER FIORELLO "Pete" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Football 43 Track 2, 4g Ski Team 2, 3, 4. BRIAN FISCHER "Brian" Memorable Event-1959 Senior Assembly FRANCIS FOSMIRE UF'-lzzyu Memorable Even!-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 CHARLES FOX ...lima Memorable Event-Cross Country meet at Long Island Golf 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 2, 3. SALLY ANN FREEMAN "Sal" Memorable Event--First day of Senior Homeroom Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 2, 3, 43 Oracle Staffg Senior Ballot Edi- tor3 Scitamard 43 Secretary 43 Sen- ior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4g Red Cross Council 3. BRUCE GARDNER "Gar" Memorable Even!-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 MARK GARFINKLE "Gus" Memorable Event-junior Prom Bowling 2, 3, 43 junior Prom Com- mittee. PRISCILLA GEER "Percy" Memorable Even! - Senior Ball 1958 Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Quadrille 2, 3, 4. JOAN GEISLER "joan" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 23 Oracle Staffg Student Council 2, 43 junior Prom Commit- tee3 Senior Play Committee. MARIA GENEROSO "Marie" Memorable Event'-Junior Prom Choir 2, 43 Felicita 43 Oracle Staff3 Red Cross Council 23 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Commit- tee3 Scitamard 3, 4. 33 JUDITH GIFFORD "Judi" Memorable Even!-Senior Assem- bly '59 MERVYN GOLDBAS "Merv" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Football 4, Track 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee. BEVERLEE GREEN "Bev" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Choir 33 Twirlers 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, Library Club 2, Qua- drille Club 2, 3. DAVID GREEN "Dave" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Tennis 3, Wrestling 3. 34 Afoyvt JEANNIN E GUENTHER "Jean" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felicita 4, Girls' Sports 3, 4, Senior Play Commit- tee, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. EDWARD GUROWITZ "Ty tone" Memorable Even!-Senior Day Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Movie Operator 2, Scitamard 2, 3,' 4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, Speaking Contest 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, FTA 2, Biology Club 2. 6140 -cl ? f ie., "eve-ee-4. . we 247.Zwk4QL -H 53.4 Aff!-P N. JOYCE HALPERIN "Joyce" Memorable Even!-Oracle Editor Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Girls' Sports 1, junior Prom Committee, Sen- ior Play Committee, Biology Club 2, FTA 2, 3, 4, Scitamard 4. CAROL HAMEL "Carol" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Quadrille Club 4. FLORENCE HAMMER "Flo" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Oracle Staffg Girls' Sports 23 Quadrille 2. GLADYS HANDELES "Bonnie" Memorable Erfenl-Senior Ball Choir 43 Senior Play Committee. BARBARA HANDS "Barb" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Felicita 33 Senior Play Committee. LANA HANDY "Lana" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Choir 2, 33 Felicita 3, 4g Girls' Sports 3, 43 Quaclrille 2, 33 Biology Club 2. 1 3 W' SANDRA HANDY "Sandy" Memorable Even!-Football games Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 43 Girls' Sports 3, 43 Quadrille Club 2, 33 Biology Club 2. SHERYL HARVEY "Harve" Memorable Event-junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 43 Twirlers 2, 3, 4' Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 2, 33 Scitamard 2. JIM HAYES "HARRY" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Student Council 2, 33 Baseball 23 Basketball 2. DON HEMSTREET "Don" Memorable Erem-Senior Ball Bowling 2, 3. 35 DARYL HENRY "Daryl" Memorable Event-Quadrille Club Movie Operator Zg Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4g Quadrille Club 2. RONALD HENRY "Bongo" Memorable Event-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 FRITZ HENZE "Fritzie" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 MARGARET HOUGH Mpeg., Memorable Event-Senior Ball 36 KATHERINE HOUSE "Katie" Memorable Event-Injun Summer Felicita 3, 45 Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Business Manager 43 Library C ub 2, 3g Oracle Staffg Red Cross uncil 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4g unior Prom Committeeg Laurel mmitteeg FTA 3, 45 Biology Club 2. Committee 3g Senior Play DAVID HOWE "Dave" Memorable Even!-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958-59 Band 2, 33 Student Council 2, 3g Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain 4g Jun- ior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Vice-President of Sen- ior Class. JANET HOWLAND .Jann Memorable Event-Senior Day LARRY HOWLAND "Larry" Memorable Even:-Football Games Football 3, 4. VERNON HUSEK "Vern" Memorable Even!-Senior Day Track 2g Band 2. DONNA ISOLDA "Dee" Memorable Event-'58 Senior Ball Felicita 3g Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. ALBERT JAVARONE "Albert" Memorable Ereni-'58 GHS-JHS Football Game Key Club 3, 4g Movie Operator 2g Basketball 4g Hi-Y 3, 4, ANTHONY JAVARONE "Tony" Memorable Event-Bowling Team Red Cross Council 2. ' :xr 2755 , ,r,, ae af' 355 1,,,,. ge 2 L -- 55-1" CARL JENNER "Ollie" Memorable Even!-junior Prom Band 23 Student Council 4g Foot- ball 23 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Cast. GARVIN JOHNSON "Garv" Illemorable Event-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 PATRICIA JOSEPH "Pat" Memorable E1-'ent-Senior Day Choir 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4g Li- brary Club 23 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 FTA 3. DAVID JUNG "Dave" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Student Council 23 junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg President of Class 23 Vice-President of Class 31 Wrestling 2, 37 SAUL KALBFELD "sally" Memorable E1fenlsKey Club Car Wash Key Club 3, 4g Golf 2. CONNIE KESSLER "Connie" Q Memorable Erenz-Being a Twirler Choir 2, 3, 4, Twirlers 2, 3, 4g Felicita 3, 4g Oracle Staffg junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Com- mittee. DOUGLAS KING "Doug" Memorable Event-GHS-IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 GARY KING "Gary" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Golf 3. 38 PENNY KING "Penny" Memorable Ewen!-Senior Ball Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 4, Bowl ing 33 Senior Play Committeeg Con cert Choir 2, 3, 4. GARY KNAPIK "Snap" Memorable Event-GHS-IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 SANDRA KNAPP "Sandy" Memorable Event-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Felicita 4, Girls' Sports 2g Qua- drille 2. MARY KOBUSKIE "Mary" Memorable Even!-Winning Pow- der Puff Bowl Felicita 3, 43 Oracle Staff, Typing Editorg Girls' Sports 3, 43 junior Prom Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2g Treasurer. DOUGLAS KUHNE usonnyu Memorable Even!-Receiving Rich- ard E. Simon Memorial Award Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 23 Stu- dent Council 4g President 4. WILLIAM LAIR "Bill" Memorable Event-Christmas Va- cation MARY ANN LA MANTIA "Mary Ann" , Memorable Event-Junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 4g Husky Growl 2, 3, 4g Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4g Junior Prom Committeeg Scitamard 3, 4. JOAN LAMPHEAR "Joan" Memorable Event-Senior Day Choir 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Council 3, 43 Presi- dent 4g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3, 4. HELEN LASHER "Jane" Memorable Event-Football games Choir 2g Library Club 2, 3. MORR,IE LIEBEROFF ..Mo,, Memorable Event-Senior Ball Track 3, 43 Junior Prom Commit- tee. STEVEN LOCATELLI "Steve" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball SUSAN LOGAN ' 'Sue" Memorable Evenz- Receiving the DAR Good Citizenship Award Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 43 Vice-Presi- dent 43 Girls' Sports 33 Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Com- mitteeg Concert Choir 2, 3, 43 Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 39 JOANN LOMBARDONI "Sis" Memorable Event-Junior Prom in Freshman year Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 43 Felici- ta 4, Husky Growl 3, 4, Senior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 43 Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. KENNETH LONG "Ken" Memorable Event-Graduation Track 2, 33 Cross Country 25 Man- ager 3, 4. fu ELEANOR LORENZI . .Jigseyu Memorable Even!-Teen-Tones Band 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. DONNA LOUX "Donna" Memorable Even!-Initiation into Felicita Club Felicita 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4. 40 PETER LUCAS "Pierre" Memorable Eben!-Cross Country Team Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Football 23 Track 2, 3, 4g Laurel "G" Committee 3g Cross Country 4, Captain 4. TOBIAS LUSTIG "Louie" Memorable Event-Basketball sea- son Basketball 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 43 Cross Country 4, ALFRED MacDONALD "Fred" Memorable Event-Mrs. R0bis0n's Personal Typing Class CARL MANDEVILLE ' 'Mandy" Memorable Event-GHS-IHS Foot- ball game 1958 Band 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2g Baseball 25 Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Treasurer of Class 3. MARILYN MANHEY "Marilyn" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Felicita 3, 43 Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 3, 4g junior Prom Commit- teeg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Secretary 2. JOHN MARLITT "John" Memorable Event - GHS-Amster- dam Football Game 1958 SANDRA MAROTTA "Sandy" Memorable Even!--GHS-IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Choir 43 Twirlers 4. SALLY MASKER fl! "Sally" . Memorable Even!-Commencement Felicita 3, 4, Secretary 43 FTA 2, 3, 4g President 4. LINDA MAZZARIELLO "Linda" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3, Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. JACK MCCULLOUGH "Pumpkin Head" Memorable Event-Senior Play Senior Play Castg Band 23 Choir 29 Football 2, 3, Wrestling 25 junior Prom Committeeg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SANDRA MCGILLIS "Maxie" Memorable Even!-Senior Assem- bly Library Club 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2. LARRY MCLAIN "Larry" Memorable Even!-GHS-.IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 4I RONALD MCLAIN "Gov" Memorable Even!-Oswego Foot- ball game AUDREY MCWALKER "Polkie" Memorable Event - Basketball games Girls' Sports 2, 3. JOSEPH MELE ..Joe,. Memorable Event-GHS-,IHS Foot- ball game 1958 ARNOLD MEYERS -.Arnie.- Memorable Even!-Field trip to Cooperstown with American His- tory class Football 2. 42 GAIL MEYERS "Gi Gi" Memorable Event-Football hop Choir 2, 3, 4g Scitamard 4g Girls Sports 2g Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committee. CAROLE MILLER "Carole" Memorable Event-GHS-.IHS Foot- ball game 1958 RACHEL MILLS "Sis" Memorable Event-Twirling Twirlers 2, 3, 45 Library Club 23 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, GEORGE MORRILL "Buggsie" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Bowling 35 junior Prom Commit- teeg Senior Play Committee. n - I . it A ftgtw- .l WWW BEA Q O 6020? 116771 F ' ita 4' y Gr l 3, 4 R cl C o cil 43 Girls Sport , 3, 43 'o C b MARY MOSHER "Moe" Memorable Event - Senior Play Tryouts Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Scitamarcl 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Speaking Con- test 3. PATRICK MOSS "Moss" Memorable Event-IHS-GHS Foot- ball Game 1959 Bowling 2g Football 4g Tennis 2g Biology 3. WILLIAM MUDDLE "Bill" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Commencement Usher. DONNA MUNN ' 'Donna" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Felicita 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3 Treasurerg Oracle Staffg Girls 2 . ' . , 3, 4, Biology Club 2 Club 5 3, 4, ffiifif WILLIAM MYERS "Wild Willie" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Wrestling 2. DENNIS NEIL "Denny' ' Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Key Club 3, 4g Senior Play Com- mitteeg Biology Club 2. VICTOR NICOLELLA "Smoky" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball 43 1 n WILLIAM NIZNIK "Bill" Memorable Event--GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 BRIAN O'DONNELL "Bri" Memorable Even!-GHS-,IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Baseball 43 Bowling 4, Football 2, 4g Tennis 2, Wrestling 2, 3, 43 Quadrille 2, 3. MELVIN O'DONNELL "Mel" Memorable Event-Senior Banquet Bowling 2, 3, 45 Tennis 23 Qua- drille Club 2, 3. KARL OLSSON "Ollie" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1959 Band 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 33 Stu- dent Council 3g Basketball 25 Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 2, 35 junior Prom Committee, Sen- ior Play Committee. 44 Q., f - ,JV MARY JANE PAPA "Mary" Memorable Even!-Passing Latin 3 Choir 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Com- mittee, Secretary of Class 3. SHARON PARK "Share" Memorable Event-Felicita Initia- tion Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3. RONALD PATTERSON "Pete" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 ELEANOR PECORINO ' 'Shorty" Memorable Event - Saratoga-GHS Football Game 1959 Oracle Staff. LINDA PENCHEFF "Lil Linda" Memorable Ezfem-junior Prom Transfer From St. Hubert's Catho- lic School for Girlsg. Felicita 53 Stu- dent Council 2g French and Latin Club 2. ALBERT PERRONE "Brother" Memorable Event-JHS-GHS Foot- ball Game 1959 Football 2, 3, 45 junior Prom Com- mittee. CHARLOTTE PERRONE "Char' ' Memorable Event-junior Prom Senior Play Committee. CHARLOTTE PISARSKI "Char" Memorable Event-JI-IS-GHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Commencement Usher. ROBERT PLACE "Bob' ' Memorable Even!-IHS-GHS Foot- ball Game JOHN POWERS "john" Memorable Event-Senior Day MARVIN POZEFSKY "Marv" Memorable Even!-Football Key Club 43 Bowling 2, 3, 4g junior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Football 4. BETTY ANN PROPER "Bet' ' Memorable Event -- Leaving for Mayfield Transfer From Mayfield Central Schoolg Tri-Hi-Y 2g Treasurer. 45 CAROL PUSKI "Carol" Memorable Event-Quadrille Club Felicita 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Quadrille Club 2, 3, 4. GAYLE QUACKEN BUSH "Quack" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Cl1Oi1' 2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Student Council 3, 49 Tennis 33 Junior Prom Commit- tee, Senior Play Committee, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. DOLORES RAGUSA "De-De" Memorable Event-Junior Prom TWfflCfS 2, 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, Girls' Sports 33 Senior Play Com- mittee, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Oracle Staff. ERNEST READDEAN "Ernie" Memorable Eben!-Basketball Basketball 2, 3, 4. 46 1 J , .Nm-,,,,, ARTHUR RECESSO "Artie" Memorable Ewen!-Oswego Foot ball Game, 4th Period Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Wres tling 2, 3, 4. JULIE RECESSO "Ulie". Memorable Eoenl-Being on the N, E. Area Hi-Y Council Choir 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Felici- ta 3, 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Council 4, Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Art and Social Committee 2, Library Club 2, 33 Oracle Staff. CHRYSTAL REEK ..CryS,. Memorable Event-Colorguard Twirlers 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sgorts 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Colorguard 3, Leader 4. DAVID REFFUE "Ref" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Senior Play Committee LINDA M. RENZI "Renz" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Tri-Hi-Y 25 Senior Play Commit- tee. ANTHONY REPPENHAGEN "Rem," . Memorable Event-Senior Play Movie Operator 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 45 Managerg junior Prom Committeeg Scitamard 2, 3, 41 Treasurer 43 Stage Crew 4. JOSEPHINE REYNOLDS "jo-Ann" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Felicita. 3, 43 Senior Play Com- mittee. RICHARD RICCIARDI "Rick" Memorable Event-GHS--IHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Bowling 3, 4g Senior Play Com- mittee. BEVERLY ROBBINS "Bev" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1957 Choir 2, 3, 45 Bowling 2. BONNIE ROBBINS "Bon" Memorable Even!-Captain of Var- sity Cheerleaders Choir 2, 3, 4g Twirlers 2g Cheer- leaders 3, 43 Captain 45 Husky Growl 3g Library Club 2g Oracle Staffg Red Cross Council 43 Girls' Sports 4g junior Prom Comrnitteeg Laurel "G" Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Treasurer of Class 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g FTA 2, 3, 4. WILI.IAM ROBELEE "Bill" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Football 3g Track 2, 3. ROBERT RORICK "Bob" Memorable Event-Bowling in the N. Y, S. School Tournament Bowling 2, 3, 4. 47 PATRICIA ROSE ' 'Pat" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Li- brary Club 2, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports Council 4, Com- mencement Usher, Senior Play Committee, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. JOSEPH ROUADI ujoe, , Memorable Event-Senior Day Football 2. LARRY RUBIN "Rube" Memorable Even!-Basketball Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4, jun- ior Prom Committee. SANNA RUBIN "Sauna" Memorable Event-Business Man- ager of Oracle Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Oracle Staff, Bsuiness Manager, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. 48 MARILYN RUGGIERO "Marilyn" Memorable Event-Queen of Jun- ior Prom Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4, Husky G1'0W1 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council, 2, 3, Girls' Sports 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee, Sen- ior Play Committee, Scitamard 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Art and Social Committee 2, Concert Choir 2, 3, . RICHARD RUMMLER "Dick" Memorable Even! - Unclefeatecl Football Team 1958 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Wfrestling 3, 4. JOSEPH RUOCCO ..J0e,, Memorable Event-Senior Day Band 2, Baseball 4, Track 2, Wres- tling 4. DORIS RUSSELL "Doris" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 3, 4, Library Club 2, Oracle Staff , Bowl- ing 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee. ANGEL ST. PETER ..Ang., Memorable Event-Senior Day Girls' Sports 23 junior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Play Committee. GEORGE ST. PETER "George" Memorable Event-GHS-.IHS Foot- ball game 1958 GLEN SANDERS "Glen" Memorable Event-Senior Play Track 2. RUSTY SANDFIELD "Rus" Memorable Event - Drop from Driver Education Band 23 Key Club 2, Football 43 junior Prom Committee, Tennis 2. JOYCE SANGES "Joyce" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Choir 2, 3, 4, Felicita 3, 4g Girls' Sports 43 Concert Choir 3, 4. DONALD SANTELLA "Don" Memorable Event-Senior Play Senior Play Castg Skiing 2, 3, 4, Quadrille 2. MARCIA SAUNDERS ' 'Dutch" Memorable Event-Senior Assem- bly Choir 5, 45 Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council 23 Tri-Hi-Y 2, FTA 4. JOANNE SAXTON ..JOey, , Memorable Event-Senior Play Twirlers 2, Felicita 5, 43 Quadrille 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Committee. 49 JOAN SCHEIMBAUER "Joni" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Booster Club 4, Felicita 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3, 4, Girls' Sports Council 3, Junior Prom Committee, Sen- ior Play Committeeg Quadrille 2, Scitamard 2. CAROL SCOVILLE "Carol" Memorable Event-GHS-JHS Foot- ball game 1958 Husky Growl 33 Library Club 25 Girls' Sports 2, CAROL SCRIBNER "Scrib" Memorable Event-Prize Speaking 1959 Choir 2, 3, 4, Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Co-Editor-in- Chief, Scitamard 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Speaking Contest 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President Northeast Area 3, 43 NYS Hi-Y Council 3, 4, Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4. JEAN SHAFFER "Shaf " Memorable Event-Junior Prom Choir 4, Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Art and Social Committee. 50 ly' ik' , U' . w Wvilffff sfl'ii?Ih,lZ5'4l5i1AP1Ro f Y, ma" Memorable Event-Senior Play Choir 2, 3, 43 Concert Choir 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 4, Husky Growl 2, 3, 43 Editorial Editor 4, Library Club 2, Commencement Usher, Senior Play Committee, Senior Play Cast. .... f fe LW AUDREY JEAN SHELL UA. J." Memorable Even!--New York All- State Choir Band 2, 3, 4g Choir 2, 3, 4, Con- cert Choir 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4, New York All-State Chorus 3, 4. DIANE SHEPARD ..Dee,, Memorable Event-Graduation Girls' Sports 2. JOHN SMALLEY "Handsome John" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Football 3. BONNIE SMITH "Bon" Memorable Event- First Football game I marched at Twirlers 4g Felicita 33 Girls' Sports 2, 53 Quadrille 3. GAIL SMITH "Sis" Memorable Event-Graduation Girls' Sports 43 Commencement Usher 3. JANET SMITH ..Jan,. Memorable Event-Graduation Choir 3, 43 Twirlers 23 Felicita 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2. MARY ANNA SMITH "Stringy" Memorable Erenl-junior Prom Choir 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Felicita 3, 43 Husky Growl 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 4g Oracle Staff3 Girls' Sports 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Senior Play Commit- tee3 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Art and Social Committee 23 Concert Choir 3 4 , . ASBJORG SOLVIK "Sunny" Memorable Event-Cheerleading Choir 4g Cheerleaders 43 Felicita 43 Library Club 43 Student Council 4. AFS Exchange Student from Norway. CHARLES SORENTO "Charlie Brown" Memorable Event-Senior year Football 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, 3. NOREEN STALEY "Shorty" Memorable Ez,-'ent-GHS-JI-IS Foot- ball game 1958 Choir 2, 3, 4. FRANK STEFIC "Steiff" Memorable Even!-GHS-.IHS Foot- ball game 1958 5l TU'f"h.'1'h,L,Q,lg,,, A " Quo-A-Yrs.. MARK STERN uRlCl'l2.I'ClH Memorable Event - Co-Editor-in- Chief of Husky Growl and Senior Play Husky Growl 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4g Commencement Usher3 junior Prom Committee3 Editor of Guidepost 33 Biology Club 23 Jun- ior Ring Committee. ee-'ie-U , Quia, 94,Ul0G-Book KWUB--.MA ROBERT SUTTON "Butch" Memorable Event-Junior Prom Key Club 43 Movie Operator 23 Bowling 2g Tennis 23 Track 2, JULIA SZABO "Julie" Memorable Even!-junior Prom Choir 2, 4. JEAN TAGLIALATELA "Tags" Memorable Event - Passing into my Senior year Choir 23 Scitamard 2, 33 Girls' Sports 2, 33 Senior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. 52 MARY TASNER "Tiz" Memorable Event-Being a Sen- ior Girls' Sports 2, 43 Commence- ment Usherg Senior Play Com- mittee3 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. WAYNE TEETZ "Douce" Memorable Even!-Summer Va- cation Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Husky Growl 43 Key Club 2, 3, 4. M ewwwom JUD .. . I M ' enl- eing exchange stu ent I F . X 1 1 LLL-1 el 1 3, 3 .3 G , 3, Il -lv gl-I , Oracle Staff , ir s S ort 43 1 Prom Commit e Committee 23 '-Hi-Y FS CAROLYN THOMPSON "Carol" Memorable Event-Being a Senior PATRICIA THOMPSON "Pat" Memorable Event - Senior Ball 1959 fi ll 9 w N n ' fr 2 1 L ey MARY HILLMAN THYNE ..Mary., Memorable Event-Senior Ball KM Biology 23 Library Club el X3 STANLEY TOMEK "Stan" Memorable Event-Graduation ROGER TREVETT "Roger" Memorable Event-'Senior Ball ANN TROPIA "Bunny" Memorable Even!-Prize Speaking Contest 1958 Choir 2, 3, 4g Biology 2g Felicita. 3, 43 Husky Growl 2g Library Club 2, 33 Oracle Staff, Co-Eclitorg Jun- ior Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committeeg Speaking Contest 2g Vice-President of Class 2. IRENE TROWBRIDGE "Renie" Memorable Even!-GHS-JHS Foot- ball Game 1958 Choir 2, 3, 4g Twirlers 33 Biology 2g Felicita 4. KATHY TRUMBLE "Cassy" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Scitamard 2. ANELLA VALIANTE "Anella" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Biology Club 23 Bowling 2. 53 Choir 2, 5, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g KAREN VAN ALLEN .Kaya Memorable Effenl-Bioloy Club Sponsored Dance 1958 Art and Social Committeeg Biology Club 3g Cheerleader 2, 3, Captaing Oracle Staffg Red Cross Councilg Scitamard 3, 4g Junior Prom Com- mitteeg Senior Play Committee. ORVILLE E. VAN HOESEN "Butch" Memorable Event - GHS Sports , , Y A Banquet of 1958 ' Movie Operator 4. MAXINE VAN HORNE "Max" Memorable Event-Choir Compe- tition Choir 2, 5g Quadrille Club 2g Girls' Sports 3, 4. THOMAS VAN STEENBURGH "Tom" Memorable Ewen!-Junior Prom 54 JOAN VIANO "Rolo" Memorable Even!-GHS-IHS Foot- ball Game l l CAROL VISCONTI "Carol" Memorable Even!-Junior Prom Senior Play Committee. l DALE WALKER "Dale" Memorable Event-Returning to GHS MARY ANN WALLACH "Mary Ann" Memorable Event-Tri-Hi-Y Foot- ball Game Biology 3: Choir 2, 43 Husky Growl 4g Oracle Staffg Red Cross Councilg Senior Play Committeeg Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. CAROLYN WHITE "Whitey" Memorable Event-Graduation GARY WHITEHOUSE "Whitey" Memorable Even!-Wrestling Track 33 Wrestling 2, 3. JOAN WILLIAMS "Willie" Memorable Event-Graduation Choir 3. PATRICIA WILLIAMS "Pat" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Biology Club 2. JANET WILLNER ..Jan,. Memorable Event-Passing Chem- istry Biology Club 25 Senior Play Com- mittee. GERALDINE WILLIS "Geri" Memorable Even!-Dances Girls' Sports 2, 5. JEAN WOODCOCK " Jeanie" Memorable Ezferzli-Junior Prom Choir 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 3, 4. DUANE WOODRUFF "Duane" Memorable Even!-Senior Ball Golf 3. 55 IN MEMORIAM The preceding senior section is in memory of RICHARD E. SIMON, former member of the class of 1960 At Caroga Lake camp Back yard picnic john holds the dog given Richard by the junior Class. Richard and his brother-in-law Barb, Si, Joanne CLASS OF 1960 Queen of the '58 Donna Licardo crowns Doug Kuhne our king. 'S The king and queen mingle clur- ing the evenings festivities. I The Fergusons and the Males greet the couples on their arrival. A trio of couples sample the refreshments. 58 IOR PROM King of '58 Guy Ciaccio crowns Marilyn Ruggerio, our queen. "I could have danced all night," to the music of Vincent Ric- cardi's Band. The Khakis were traded for formal dress suitsg and sweaters were A gab fest during intermission exchanged for gowns! SEATED: Joan Schelmbauer, Carol Scribner, John D'Onofrio, Joanne Castiglione, Rosanne Ferrara. STANDING: Carl Jenner Don Santella, Theda Shapeio, Mark Stem. LOUD RED PATRICK MR. FLANNIGAN eee.,,,,.e John D'Onofrio MAGGIE FLANNIGAN ....,,,. Carol Scribner MARY FLANNIGAN ,Y...r Joanne Castiglione RITA FLANNIGAN ,,,r,,..r, Joan Schelmbauer ROSALIE FLANNIGAN rr.. Rosanne Ferrara MRS. GALLUP ,.,,,r,,w.,,.,,,..,,,,r. Theda Shapiro MR. FINNEGAN ,,,.,,., ,..r,, D on Santella RALPH PENROSE ,,,.,, . r,.,,..,,,..,,, Carl Jenner RICHARD Y,,,,,,.,,.,,,,., ,,,rr..,,,,,,.,,,. M ark Stern DIRECTOR ,w...,.r,..r..,,.. Mr. David Montague ASSISTANT DIRECTOR r..,,, Joanne Saxton The cast takes a quick breather during one of the final rehearsals. The rehearsals are over and now the first long awaited performance. MCI11b6IS of the C0mfHiff-'TCS and Cast 60 enjoy themselves at the After Play Party SE IOR DIRECTOR Mr. David Montague A cast of nine seniors presented a three act comedy before a capacity audience on November 18, 19, and 20. The play suggested by the novel written by Ruth McKenney was directed by Mr. David Montague with the assistance of Miss Joanne Saxton. The plot revolved around an Irish-American family at the turn of the century. The cast aptly portrayed their roles in the spirit of the period. Mr. Flannigan is PLAY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Joanne Saxton caught between the tricks and plots of his four daugh ters, Maggie QCarol Scribnerj, Mary Uoanne Castig lionej, Rita Qoan Schelmbauerj, and Rosalie fRos- anne Ferrara jto force Papa into giving his permission to Maggie's marriage to Ralph Penrose QCarl jennerj. Adding to the gaiety was the family housekeeper QTheda Shapiroj, Mr. Finnegan CDon Santellaj, a friend, Mr. Flannigan, and Maryls boyfriend Richard QMark Sternj. FIRST ROW: J. Dattole, C. Dibenedetto, K. Van Allen, M. Generoso, M. La Mantia, K. Balzano, M. Dooris, B. Robbins, L. Pencheff, S McGillis, C. Desisto. SECOND ROW: R. Cristiano, 1. Brickner, J. Theurer, J. Halperin, A. De Rosa, S. Batty, A. Tropia, J. Shaffer, L Edelstein, R. Mills, F. Recesso, G. Quackenbush, C. Dicruttalo, G, Meyers. THIRD ROW: S. Handy, L. Handy, B. Hands, J. Ashe, A Valiante, D. Ragusa, C. Carangelo, C. Born, P. Rose, S. Logan, M. Ruggiero. FOURTH ROW: M. Cohen, A. De Rosa, V. Castiglione, M. Smith, S. Locatelli, M. Cady, E. Gurowitz, G. Campanile, K. House, N. Carroll, S. Rubin, J. Caldwell. bl SENIOR DAY THE SENIOR DAY COMMITTEE-FRONT ROW, SEAT ED: Antoinette DeRosa, Carolyn Dicruttalo, Janet Brickner. STANDING: Mr. Dugan, Advisor, Dave Howe, Marilyn Ruggiero, Karl Olsson. e I I Miss Ruggiero and Mr. Howe discuss their administrative Miss Halperin discusses the finer points duties with Mr. Ferguson and Miss Busse. of Chemistry with an underclassman. Miss Wilnerlhelps a fellow senior cle- Mr. Jenner and Miss Ashe relieve Mr. Wfoolworth velop her artistic ability, and Miss Connors of Guidance Department duties. SENIOR B QUET Our banquet was a huge success with a combination of good food and entertain- ment. A group of tired professors gather at the end of a weary day. Mrs. Fleig discusses the happenings of the day with a group of senior teachers. The dignitaries listen to our mistress of ceremonies, Sally Freeman. 1 l THE SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE-STANDING: Steve Locatelli, john D'Onofrio, Karen Bradshaw, julie Recesso, Carl Scribner, Gayle Quackenbush, jim Del Savio, Ed Carangelo. SITTING: Ann Tropia, Gail Avery, Sally Freeman. 64 Permission gra libh Q l , 'ff-4 n Andrews SMS y l l fr: MBE! mm szsr nuscubu . . , . . .. ylyylr vi . BEEFBFRREL PM - 1414-'E li ll ' ' E g l you xommv, om ..,. . nom nam. , M5rDABBY,lElGHT T0 THESSBBAR5 . .SIN APPLE smssnm 'mmf . . , . B '11 llyrl ! T e'l'j lj lyrr , . . yon-rs ma-MA! . sum suv .y. T YESW UARUNG BPENHSYLVANIA PULKABQ ,Q kg, y l1 ' T W W5 BEST FIGURE AND BUILD Marilyn Ruggiero Bill Robelee BEST LOOKING Gail Avery Dave Howe BEST PERSONALITY Gayle Quackenbush Toby Lustig nted to use covers of DECCA RECORD CO. MOST COURTEOUS Charlene Born Emilio Colobello MOST DEPENDABLE Marilyn Manhey Ed Carangelo MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sally Freeman james Del Savio nun DECCA RECORD CO. 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Permission granted to use the covers of DECCA RECORD CO. MW 'WS X3 1 ur x. ' . 5 . 23 .gg 6 OH f s wr wpq- - .. . 9 3 5 V M? 'iw W8 IVE? k I.. A "fm fm DONALD HURD "Don" Memorable Even!-Graduation Bowling 3, 4g Commencement Usher. ALAN DYE "Alan" Memorable Event-Senior Ball Choir 1g Orchestra 1g Quadrille Club 3, BURTON REED HAI., Memorable Event-Senior Assembly of 59. Art and Social Committee 3g Key Club 1g Movie Operator 1, 2, 4g Red Cross Council 13 Basketball Manager 1g Bowling 3, 43 Boys' Hi-Y 3, 4. SEBUCHR 1960 RICHARD WALLACH "Wally" Memorable Event-Senior Banquet Xe! M A .534 Y 1 'mfg Vx 1 eff ,, ,guy ' W f 4? ...W .no fllfflr .4 ic. xx 7 I I JUNIOR -- 1 -' W e ss V :, q W ess R if! "Am, PRESIDENT ,., : m hz2, Robert Cole ADVISOR VICE-PRESIDENT Daniel La Vista Miss Roberts CLASS 1961 'NP R R SECRETARY Jeanne Gifford TREASURER Andrea Hornett ADVISORS Mr. Szumiloski Mr. Bartlett George Abdella Linda Ackernecht Diane Albanese Mary Alderman Francis Aldrich Robert Alquire Marjorie Almy Blanche Alter Patricia Ambrosino John Andy William Angell Robert Argersinger Barbara Baird Martha Banker Marilyn Batz Peter Batz Barbara Bell Richard Bellinger Richard Berenger Richard Bernard Keith Berner Ellen Bernstein Ronald Beyer Theodore Bochenek Nancy Bonfey John Boyd Carol Bradshaw jay Bradshaw Bonnie Lee Brothers Deborah Brown Nancy Brown Todd Brown Janice Bruce Benny Cammarere Thomas Campanile UNIOR CLASS wif f?t -tyy ,gr E me i 'Q' 'Nr- Our industrious juniors are found busily at work in the GHS Library. it tr' lv a - fs ' Q? f I - as . , t , :nz V 1:1 3 iff V 231' fl or It g X ,N if f s S V gg, , kyrr In , -il 1-.t g K in 'N '-,- . A -f stly ' 1 z V- - '- , if . : E .. , A f' K ,git if S S ' " " ,fps Donald Canfield Theodore Caputo Richard Carpenter Winifred Chatterton Frank Christiano Gail Cleary Suzanne Clemans john Clemente Bette Lynn Cole Bonnie Cole Robert Cole Eoanna Combothekras james E. Cosselman john W. Cosselman Leon Cristiano William Danylak Janet Darling Cheryl Davin Ruth Dawes David Degnan Russell Dennie Robert D'Errico Albert DiCrutta1o james Dodge Sheila Donnelly Anthony Doti William Dunning Donald Dutton Gretchen Dye Pierson Easterly Donna Ecker Sandra Edick Eugene Ellis David Elzenbeck james Ercanbrack OF 1961 First fire drill of the fall term. Eight drills are held during the year for pro- tection of GHS students. Janice Ernst Carmen Farr James Farrington Diane Fear Judith Feldstein John Ferdico Robert Ferrara Linda Fetherston David Fisher Gail Fitzpatrick Eleanor F osmire Jo Ann Foster Louise Franco Ronald Frasier Ruth Frye Jon Galinsky Albert Galpin Gloria Galway Janet Galway Richard Garguilo joseph Garofalo Jo Ann Garwatoski Joel Gelfand Barbara Gifford Carole Jean Gifford Gordon Gifford Jeanne Gifford Robert Gisondi Robert Goodbread Maureen Goodheim J "" i R Z .. ' M.. Q 'Sl Q i eti rrrasr 525545129 if e Peter Gordon ,J L Marlene Grant Kathyleen Guarnier ,tJ, 4 rif J' N F Barbara Haftek ' Robert Hall Q 'iiii , O J kf J JJ' N' J f i,1i ' JUNIOR CLASS These studious Juniors of Room 107 were settling down to serious homeroom study. 4...L'Ev -.un-J V2.5 ' -uw ,sl sf 8 if ga ' 9 -s. K. F H a 'EC-if i J 1 I A -1-Q -.3 Eye wi' 'D' 9 s 83' ,, 'ijt i Vzi i .L in y if H '-I-9' I Sandra Hall Carol Hallenbeck Mary Ann Hallenbeck Dorothy Hammersmith Charles Hampshire Gladys Handeles joan Hanson William Harris Elizabeth Hathaway Richard Havlick Carolyn Hazzard Martin Hennelly Marilyn Hiles Patricia Hoagboon Andrea Hornett Michael Hornung Richard House Linda Hovan Loren Howe Melissa Huizing joel Huntzinger Vlfilliam Huptick Robert Insognia Joan Isola jo Ann Izzo Janette Jaros Anthony Jenner Dennis Johnson james johnson Kathleen johnson Larry johnson Robert johnson Donald judge Nancy Jung Betty jean Kadlic OF 1961 Mrs. Habla's homeroom 116 listens to the reading of the daily notices. Francis Kesaian Shirley King Carol Klymkow John Knapik Barbara Knapp George D. Knowles Paul Kohler Mary Lake Daniel LaVista Danny Leach Cary Levine Linda Lopuch Charles Loux William Loux Michael Lucas Gary Lunkenheimer Curtis Mackey james Mac Vean Stuart Madnick Emmett Mahoney Lucy Maiello Augustino Maragno Susan McCullough Nancy Miller Michael Mills Anita Montanaro Claudette Montanaro Alice Montoney Beverly Montgomery George Morgan Catherine Morrison Jacqueline Mosconi John Moule William Murphy Ronald Newbower JUNIOR CLASS Hasta Manana" as the Spanish would say, ts .Q-f, Lf 1' I We ii' ..- P R-Lx I' ' K3'a1tf' .1 :. '," ' . :- a,3s:f-rf My -- , S S E- 4 if.. , Q as is is F t its S o 4 '34-Q ' A .5 L.:""j,5.:' . .. -5 atiiiisafff we N.- ' T 2412251 t . it Us :I- if x ' Q 1 .,, up s.-...f K A JG! tow if bn ., A Avv K. 'W W - if R -a X if Y, ' vw- QQ G, I KC? 2' suv' rv.. X.! X -V+.. Q an NNW, af- T . ,, -Q - T39 'H' P631 N.-i - 0' uf?" 5 v' ,Q '19 1 S ...,., 1- Theodore Nicholson john North Kurt Nulty Gloria Oare Maria O'Donnell Edward O'Hare Clayton Olmstead Richard Ottalagano Peter Paciolla Sandra Palmateer William Palmateer Karen Parenti jean Parker Darla Patterson Michael Paxton Cynthia Pellegrino Marcus Pellegrino Carol Ann Person Ronald Pettit Anthony Piazza Mary Ann Pierce Ronald Podschelne Barbara Politsch Peter Pollak Larry Potter Denise Prohaska Linda Raimo Robert Reed Robert Reese Eugene Reppenhagen Robert Rhinehart Patricia Rhodes Amy Riccitiello Paul Richard Dorothy Richtmeyer OF 1961 These juniors are filling out the neces sary papers for the first day of school Mary Lou Rickmyre Russell Robinson Susan Rosa Charles Rossbach Linda Rostron Theodore Rouadi joseph Roy Richard Rozycki Richard Rubinstein Robert Ruller Anthony Ruocco Mary Rupert Mary Russo Ernest Santoro Jean Sargent Susan Savran Frank Acafariello Richard Schwed Mary Scribner Patricia Scribner George Scrima Alvin Seeley Victory Sgambato John Shaffer Virginia Shields Anthony Simek Holly Smedley Margaret Smida Sidonia Smida John Smimmo Frank Smith Nancy Smith William Smith Sandra Snell William Spelman UNIGR CLASS These junior Intermediate Algebra stu- dents attempt to decipher its complex formulas. R A 3 As fi :L V: ' Aff.. Q .Til 4 -.- V V73 Q, ik ... ,.. Q r., : X L A 3 A 4 V - i ,, c xwv' I V I not 'M' QS KJ A c R gy 1. t'-- if Rug Germain Sperber Patricia Spinelli Douglas Steele Edward Steele Roy Steenburgh Theadore Steflik William Stewart Curtis Street Kathryn Suda Barbara Swarts Amelia Tartaglia Michael Teetz Barbara Terranova Claudia Thompson Carole Tichy Diane Tierney Cheryl Tomek Diane Tooker Donna Townsend Donna Trapp Jeanne Trautner Linda Tremante Dolores Trippoda Paul Valovc Robert Van Brocklin Cecilia Van Dyke Exilda Van Horne Catherine Van Vranken Shirley Venner Salvator Vezzi Paul Vosteen Richard Voudry Gary Walker LeRoy Ward Sally Ward OF is 1961 -at Such concentration in history pays off in Terry Warner Leonard West Gary Wilcox Linda Wilson Betty Winig John Yanno james Zullo Ed Henry Harry King Claudia Gisondi Andrest, Beverly Bowers, Carole De Rosa, john Edwards, Robert Hagerty, John Hough, Walter ,, K I , iii kr, ' C z -3 K 21157 , 'wi K I . T- "., iw.. ',.' if L is " L - E r,'r 5?ii1.f. 'r,,' 'M gf l ,-e 1 ',r, - f' H ' C L i A my - , 5 . ?iTfiYf?f if, If f ,, f .Q he ," , , .1 5 1 ' .-' , 13255, V ,. ' " ' . - ., , ,,,r , fi i C i,"f5' U r,.., ls- i 'r.l ri? 17 f f"f'1" H ,. C 'Y Q C if ylsy :i am-H , - ,.1i..:ff,: v-v fi b Y: .- ,.f r- - .H , - ,M .5194 ,. , l L ,tsrs r C T esll L JUNIORS NOT SHOWN Kowalczyk, Richard Lair, Albert Mittler, Vernon Renzo, Bruce Ruller, Thomas jean Parker, a Junior Student Council member, stands ready to explain the new high school during Open House. UN IOR CLASS OF 1961 ig,-K Miss coops, ADVISOR SOPHOMORE PRESIDENT lm OFFICERS aged 1"""l' VICE-PRESIDENT Frank DiMarco 'SP SECRETARY Arcelia Marshall Mr. Killeen, ADVISOR TREASURER Anna Mary Papa .vu cw, ---, Lg, If .. , at 5, w " ', ' I 1st2"'f ff ga: Y - ' - 1 .wa 1 ig"'f . 9-12. V : in affair ' istegfesrs rf. "-' - ' X 3 I . ,X L,A. W,.., . ., '-" Y ,- by t s V, 1 M y ff L Q , 'fir 2 ax, in ,. f l i f' uf ' , K B ' A A ' 5 Eager Sophomores study Wo1'ld History under Mr. Van De Walker's guidance. 84 Eleanor Abdella joseph Albanese john Albini Peter Aldi Patricia Alvord Robert A'mbrosino Garth Anderson Lawrence Angello Robert Bachorik Russell Barter John Bartlett Beverly Bates jane Batty Barbara Baumgaertel Robert Bendl Beverly Benson jon Berghoff Doris Berner Elizabeth Berry Conniejo Betor John Blanchard Donna Blodgett Robert Born Danny Bovee Donald Bouchard Michele Brace Ronald Bresee Bonnie Lee Bronk Ernest Brooker Gilbert Brookins SOPHOMORE CLASS Bruce Brown Cora Brown Pamela Burgess joseph Cairo Gary Campbell Karen Campbell Grace Carangelo john Carangelo Mary Carroll Louis Castiglione Bart Cerasuolo joe Cerasuolo Gwendolyn Charboneau Anthony Christiano Michael Christiano Rose Cirillo Harvey Clemans Carol Clemente Richard Clute Raina Cohen Patricia Collins Nicolle Coon Arthur Corwin David Covey Linda Covey John Crispin Leo Cristiano Beverly Crowter Carol Cuccurullo Claudette Da Corsi OF 1962 45 -14-:rw lssrme- i Q , . V Z' - - 9 f ' 1 - : " ii , ' 1, I L- ' i f 1 Ill -. , if ' . z.. - i,-' pin Q., my . . , ,. , . wk U . r - :r 5"-H K . '1 2 Q .. ' -- -N 'X ' ' , Wflm .. ,Ar- - , , I - -- . -' ' 5. i n ,. gil x ?f,s,AV as a i 4 X'-a ' an i J 1 -I M 1 -4 7 KW .f 'w--A -1 . Ti- . xv, L ,..: -, V - 1 - . -.:. 5' t s ee r,-f arr. t t o 1 's.. e r f W ' 5 H , - A' I . V E .K , g QZI: i Mr. Killeen teaches historyg he really enjoys his Sophomore school credit class. 85 'Wx 5 33555 i N9 when 51 l 3 if NN Sophomores work busily in Study Hall. ,kia at ja alilagm 5 Aa? Ng nr he ..,, . , V X ff. 4 i- Q Claudia Da Corsi Gary Darling John Darling Ralph De Cristofaro Carol De Dominick Benay Deere William Denman Geraldine De Rosa Stephanie De Simone Mark Diamond Anita DiCaterino Paul DiGiacomo Barbara DiCruttalo Frank DiMarco Michael DiMarco Ann Dockstader Carol Dorman Mary Du Bois jean Durkee Phyllis Dwyer Bonnie Eck Dona Edick Neil Evans Patricia Fallis john Fanch Penelope Feldman Larry Ferguson Toni Ferraro Mary Ellen Fisher Robert Fisher SOPHGMORE CLASS Lewis Flint Dennis Flynn john Franco Elaine Frasier Sharon Frederick Sylvia Frederick Thomas Frederick Robin Furlong Elaine Garfinkle Gregory Georgelos Sharon Gifford Donna Goodbread Bonnie Goodemote John Gottebut Richard Guliclf Sandra Guzzardo Betty Hale Everett Hallenbeck Gary Hammer Sharon Hanna Joyce Hasbrouck Suzanne Hayward Dolores Hazzard Linda Heacock Pamela Hidde Catherine Hine john Hinman Stanley Hobbs Pamela Hornett Sandra Houserman OF 1962 x 9 if f ' si an an A s, v was . .., '23 vi B N' gnu 'FSS' if N3 'wp N-J M .gjpwf if These sophomores are testing their knowledge of Tenth Grade Math ematics. 87 -iff ll lv il 6 .as L I' ll 1 L q'A 4' A . , L ,: A L or -I 2 H 5 ,A ,V AEVAV ' ' Mr. Barlett has just completed taking attendance in his homeroom. 88 Charles Howe Jeannine Hurd Robert Hurblert Michael I-Iusek Donna Insognia Rinardo Insognia Yolanda Insognia Stephen jackson Daniel -links Diane jinks Donna johnson Michael Johnson Nancy johnson Terry johnson George jones Richard jones Eva Kane Sheila Kasson Heidi Kempf Lynn Kennedy Philip Klein Linda Klock Norma Klopot JoAnn Klymkow Roberta Knoblauch James Kohler Leslie Kraemer Harold Laird Ann Lake Stephen La Mantia OPHOMORE CLASS Cheryl Laverdure Rosemarie Lawrence john Lee Sandra Hurd jean Lloyd John Loveday Philip Lynch Mary MacDonald Melvin MacDonald Terry Mace Bernadette Malley Consiglia Marotta Arcelia Marshall JoAnn Mason Robert A, McCarthy john McKibben Richard Melita Claudia Miller Gary Miller Gary Ann Miller Randall Mills Barbara Mittler Michael Moss Elizabeth Mraz Carolyn Muddle Margaret Murphy Judith Muscato Harry Nellis David Nittman David Noyes OF 1962 7-P." A Qjgae' -- L Sophomores mingle with upperclassmen in French II class. 90 Shirley Oathout Daniel O'Donnell Ann Marie Paciolla Anna Paciolla Gloria Paciolla Anna Mary Papa Mario Papa James Patten Melany Pelligrino Raymond Perna Adolphe Perrone William Perrone Kathleen Pettengill Theresa Plumadore Patricia Puski Sheri Pilleki Berna Quackenbush Jacqueline Quick Priscilla Raykoske Sandra Rector Andrew Renda Carl Ricci Donna Ricci Alan Richardson Janice Robbins Terry Robison Lucy Rose jane Rubinstein Rosalind Ruggiero Joel Ruller UPHOMORE CLASS Lyndon Rummler William Rummler Josephine Russo Richard Sammons Michael Sandel Kurt Schaefer Rodger Schultz Carol Schwed Stephen Scofield Judith Scribner Wayne Seeley David Shaffer Renee Shapiro Diane Sheffield Carol Shepard Nancy Louise Sicilia Ralph Simon Kay Ellen Smith Rosemary Smith Stephen Sobol Sharon Soezek Rona Sokolsky Karen Sovik Margaret Spear Donna Stewart Sandra Strauss Patricia Sullivan Karol Suval L fi S nr' ,' 9 5' --nv, 1 V' mf 'Queue a-A , 'Q '51 ii' 45" J 5.-1 It -4 S: skim' T 1 av' Q .-, k y ly ji, t X' lx ' v Viii K . , ., Q Q, 1, at H, V "" X 1 aliiif P 'S 1 a vs 3 9' wr 11 I xf ,lp Q 'fr Q.. qlli 'V Al I . William strong - Q Q' 'J ' n J 1' A S Michael Sutliff .Q qi' t ' Y OF 1962 A group! of Sophomores enjoying the last warm days of autumn We 'C' e gs Q , , .av .av- ,gil A xi Nv- ef - A look back into the past of our sophomores. Sandra Sweet Victor Tartaglia james Taylor Philip Terranova Evelyn Thompson Sharon Thompson William H. Thompson David Thum Betsy Tierney Gloria Travis Stephen Valik Gail Van Dellon Stephen Van Dyke Kenneth Van Hoesen Diane Vaughn Nancy Visconti Carolyn Waffle Carol Wager Dawn Warren Frederick Weber Phyllis Wheeler Rodie Wheeler Paul White Cheryl Wicklund Doris Wilder Carol Williams Robert Williams Sally Willis jack Woodcock Terrence Young Ashton, Carol Becker, Daniel Blowers, Ira Bowers, Sharon Buchner, Marcia Cole, Howard Dare, Marilyn DeCicco, Elizabeth Dudley, Karen Eclick, Edward Garofalo, Thomas SOPHOMORES NOT Goodbread, Gary Hildreth, Jeanne Izzo, Sandra King, David Lake, Linda Livingston, Lynn Mills, Rosemarie Minniti, john Moore, Thomas Nirollela, Michael ERCLASS Underclassmen join seniors during their lunch hour. Q, SHOWN Nicosia, Carol Nicosia, Mary Perham, Sharon Riska, Sharon Salvione, Alan Samrov, Nancy Schelaas, Ann Scott, Wfilliam Steenburg, Fredrick Van Alstyne, Sandra Underclassmen join Miss Stemple in the celebration of 'Saturnalia ...ff W W5 .5 6 H L, .I z bqfixh -w i A A if- - Rf 95 ST DE T COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: Mr, Lucas, Gayle Quackenbush, Doug Kulme, Susan Logan, Carl Jenner. SECOND ROW: jean Parker, jackie Mosconi, Nancy Jung, Gail Avery, Joan Geisler, Stephanie DeSimone, Anne Marie Paciolla, Rosemary Smith. THIRD ROW: Bob Ruller, John Ferdico, jim DelSavio, Michael Christiano, George Abdella. This year our student council elected Doug Kuhne. Presidentg Susan Logan, Vice-President, Gayle Quackenbush, Secretaryg and Carl Jenner, Treasurer. Among the many various services Stu- dent Council performed during 1959-60 were checking coats at basketball games, sponsoring the ftown-G'ville football dance, selling tickets for student activities and acting as liason between the students and the administration. DOUGLAS KUHNE RICHARD LUCAS Pregident Advisor Karl Olsson, Anne Marie Paciolla, and Bob Ruller checking coats Student Council holds weekly meetings every Tuesday morning. at a basketball game. 96 FRIENDSHIP CLUB Advisors, Mr. Killeen and Mr. Bartlett, listen to suggestions for Over fifty students attended the first meeting of the club. raising money. The International Friendship Club, orig- inated this year, has taken over the operation of the foreign student exchange program in GHS. The -club began their money raising efforts vvith the sale of "Share the Fare" cer- tificates. The purpose of the newly formed Inter- national Friendship Club is to maintain the exchange student program in Gloversville High School. Under this program a foreign student comes to Gloversville each year and SUNNY SOLVIK . JUDIE THEURER Norwegian Student in a Gloversville student spends the summer of American Student to U-5- his Junior year in a foreign country. Denmark FRIENDSHIP CLUB-ROW' 1: John Ferdico, Vice-Presidentg Judie Theurer, Presidentg Joyce Halperin, Correspond- ing Secretaryg Maureen Goodheim, Recording Secretaryg George Abdella, Treasurer. ROW 2: Dooris, Brace, Parker, Dye, Hastie, Carroll, Combothekras, Gurowitz, and Santoro. ROW 5: Carroll, Betor, Abdella, Hovan, Izzo, Klopot, Lopuch, Kempf, Bernstein, Savran. ROW 4: DiBenedetto, Sicilia, Dicruttalo, Sammons, Sandfield, Goldblas, Jenner, Caldwell, Rubin, Logan, Guarnier, Paciola, and DeSimone. ' CAROL ANN SCRIBNER Co-Editor ORACLE STAFF MR. JOSEPH CHECK Advisor .IUDIE THEURER Co-Editor ANN TROPIA Co-Editor UNDER SANNA RUBIN JOYCE HALPERIN Senior- write ups JULIE RECESSO Photo- sraphy EDITORS Business and Advertising Manager SALLY FREEMAN Senior Ballot MARY ELLEN DOORIS Circula- tion CAROLE CARANGELO Under- classmen FIRST ROW, left to right: Sally Freeman, Mary Kobuskie, Sanna Rubin, Carol Scribner, Ann Tropia, Judie Theurer, Joyce Halperin, Rosanne Ferrara. SECOND ROW: julie Recesso, janet Lee Smith, jean S-haffer, Mary Anna Smith, Mary Ellen Dooris, Connie Kessler, Joanne Castiglione, Katie House. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Ruggiero, janet Ashe, Mary Ann La Mantia. JEAN SHAF F ER Art Editor 99 LYNNE EDELSTEIN C0-Editor HUSKY GROWL STAFF MARK STERN Co-Editor MISS MARY EVELYN CONNORS KATIE HOUSE Advisor' Business Manager HUSKY GROWL-FIRST ROW: Gurowitz, Smith, Moses, Shaffer, Mazzariello, Carangelo, Castiglione, Ruggiero, Brick- ner, Cohen. SECOND ROW: Dooris, Rubin, Scribner, LaMantia, Lombardoni, Ashe, Ferrara, Desisto, Carroll, DiBen- edetto, Theurer, Caldwell. THIRD ROW: Nicholson, Harris, Farr, Miss Connors, advisor, Stern, Shapiro, Bernstein, Born, House, Halperin, Dicruttalo. FOURTH ROW: Pollak, Goodheim, Combathekras, Riccitiello, Izzo, Hovan, Lake, Alter, Vaughn, Sicilio, Rose, Sovik, Sokolsky, Sullivan, Mills. ,M Theda and Lynne find the "Super Snooper" col- umn to be funny! The hardest part is to get some- thing good and keep it secret. Mark Stern, co-editor of the "Grow1," goes over the dummy copy of one of the five annual editions of the Growl with Joyce Halperin, an under editor. A few members of a very capable staff look over the Christmas Miss Connors, staff advisor, works to maintain the high standards issue, but off the press the Growl recently received the "Freedom of the school's newspaper. Foundation Award." Io' KEY CLUB FIRST ROXV. left to righti Henze. Cady. Cash, Berger, Javarone. Teetz. SECOND ROW: Mr, Miller, Allan Richardson. Neal. Harris, Reppenhagen, Gurowitz. Sutton. Kalbfeld. THIRD ROXXT Richardson, Shaffer. Schultz. Mac Venn. Sperber, Bartlett, Pellegrino. 1 1959-60 has been one of the most successful years in in ., f " ' lss Key Club History. As in the ' i in past, they supplied score cards - A R during both the football and ,,. 21-f 5 , Ko .. , ' f x.. basketball seasons. i 1' Something new in the line tw N.. g,V"""i V .. fig of community service this year is --ee' ,L iii - V was a weekly radio program ' A put on by the club. They high- I M ii lighted such school activities as the Foreign Exchange pro- IXIR. BRADFORD INIILLER . TOBY CASH Advisor gram and the senior play over president VW fi Wibyrg-Qty Club members busily work selling score cards at basketball games to raise money for their service projects. the air waves of WENT. In addition to the sale of score cards, the Key Club has a radio program. 3 weekly SCITA ARD Scitimard is a club dedicated to the gaining of dramatic culture in our high school. Membership is earned through a display of active interest in the club's activities, such as the Christmas pro- gram and Prize Speaking. Mr. Montague, club advisor, is work- ing energetically with the club to make this a banner year! Advisor President Q ROSANNE FERRARA MR. DAVID MONT AGUE FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Scribner, S. Freeman, R. Ferrara, Mr. D. Nontague, M. Ruggiero, T. Reppenhagen, K. VanAllen. SECOND ROW: S. DeSimone, M. Generoso, M. IAMantia,.R. Cristiano, S. Harvey, D. Bradshaw, C. Kessler, 1. Ashe, C. Balzano, J. Castiglione. THIRD ROW: E. Bernstein, J. Mason, N. Klopot, R. Sokolsky, L. Tremante, L. Hovan, A, Riccitiello, C. Morrison, B. Alter. FOURTH ROW: B. Smith, E. Gurowitz, G. Reppenhagen. Mr. Montague offers his professional opinion on the choice of Individual training in the arts of the theatre is one of the main production material. goals of the dramatics club. 103 FELICITA FIRST ROW: Cook, Robbins, Ferrara, Carangelo, Carroll, Masker, Avery, Dooris, House, Born, DeRosa, Solvik. SECOND ROW: Logan, Smith, Rose, Ashe, Dattoli, Di Benedetto, Bradshaw, Scribner, Tropia, Geisler, King, Trowbridge, Guenther, Saxton. THIRD ROW: Harvey, Schelmbouer, Reynolds, Geer, Freeman, Russell, Puski, joseph, Shaffer, Mazzariello, Dicruttalo, De Sisto, Kobuskie. FOURTH ROW: Ruggiero, Castiglione, Covert, Munn, Moses, Dockstader, Barter, Handy, Park, Rubin, Caldwell, Smith, Handy, Mahney, Sanges, Loux, Quackenbush, Shapiro, Recesso, Berner. The Felicita Club of GHS, organized in the spring of 1953 by the YMCA, held its first regular meeting in 1924. Two officers of the Club of 25 girls at that time were Mildred Preston, Pres- ident, and Esther Jones, Secretary. Membership in the Club was similar to that of a sorority be- cause girls could become members only by being voted in, The only service work done by the Club in 1924 was for the YWCA. In the early 1930's Felicita became part of GHS activities under the direction of the late Mrs. Harry W, Longworthy. At this time the club started doing service work for the school. GAIL AVERY President - H - MRS- MARION LUCAS liugilslgers, while Barb and Eleanor sell candy to raise money for Felicita Advisor ' I04 CLUB 6 Felicita ushers are responsible for seating of adults at basketball games and keeping the doorways clear. Today Felicita Club has a membership of approximately 120 girls. Only Senior and junior girls are eligible to join. However they do not have to be voted in, but it is necessary for them to attend meetings regularly and pay their dues twice annually, The Club now performs service work for the school and the community. The work that is done for the school is: working in the study hall during the noon hour, helping care for the over- flow from our inadequate and overcrowded cafeteria, ushering at basketball games, selling coke and candy to raise money, and doing routine clerical work in the high school and health offices. -I , R rw..-,. .r 4 -- ff' MRS. BETSY ROBISON Advisor MRS. RUTH CRAIG Advisor FIRST ROW, left to right: Smith, Hall, Russo, Ernst, Bell, Cole, Rostron, Bruce. SECOND ROW: Chatterton, Fosmire Riccitiello Izzo, Hovan, Hornett, Jung, Brown, Hanson, Ackerknecht, Mrs. Craig. THIRD ROW: Alter, Daven, Suda, Tremaante Bernstein Spinelli, Winig, Smida, Ticky. FOURTH ROW: Gifford, Raimo, Garatoski, Franco, Richtmyer, Wilson, Johnson, Tartaglia Baird Person. BIOLOGY FIRST ROW, left to right: Hayward, Collins, Banker, Rostron, Bruce, Clemente, Hornett, Heacock, Betor, Russo. ROW TWO: Swarts, Fitzpatrick, Morrison, Dockstader, Houseman, Fallis, Bernstein, Davin, Smith, Parker, Sovik. ROW 5: Smith, Ruggiero, Rose, Sheffield, Klein, Angello, Carangelo, Mimarco, Patten, Castiglione, Ross, Anderson. ROW 4: Carpenter, Sgambato, Melita, Mills, Franco. Shaffer, Bendl, Simon, McCarthy, Teetz. MR. PHILIP VERTUCCI Advisor Following the regular club meeting, Mr. Vertucci solicited ideas from members concerning the selling of tickets for the paid as- sembly program. l06 Looks like March will be the month for this year's Amoeba Crawl! Officers meet with Mr. Lucas to obtain tickets for Amoeba Crawl. CLUB Jak? ,Q M b of the Biolo Club get in some last minute questions President Papa introduces the speaker at one of the club sponsored em ers gy with the guest speaker. science assemblies. Biology Club was established in the fall of 1957 with Mr. Philip Vertucci, advisor to the Club. Biology Club members have worked tediously to bring both knowledge and enter- tainment to Gloversville High. This year the club sponsored the "Amoeba Crawl," an annual record hop. They also spon- sored an assembly at which Mr. Earl Hilfiker spoke on the topic "Beavers" in February. The club also plans to take several field trips in the spring and also to have a picnic at the end of the school year. 2. -Q . MARIO PAPA President FIRST ROW: J, Rubenstein, I.. Kennedy, M. Murphy, G. Charboneau, B. Dicruttalo, S. Kasson, A. M. Paciolla, A. Riccitiello. SECOND ROW' D. Dutton B. Spelman, S DeSimone, E. Hallenbeck. J. Durkee. M. Papa, M. Goodheim, R. Cohen, M, Mac- ' ' k b h E. Donald, THIRD ROXV: D, iVaughn, C. Waiffle, L. Wilson, J. Berner. M. Visconti, G. Carangelo, C. Marotta, B. Quac en us . Mraz. C. Wicklund. I. Mason. FOURTH ROW: D. Melita, R. Wheeler, G. Jones, R. Shultz. J. Loveday. IO7 CHEERLEADER CHEERLEADERS-FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Pierce, G. Quackenbush, R. Ferrara, B. Robbins, J. Ashe, S. Solvik, I Maiello SECOND ROW' j Durkee C Betor L Heacock E Abdell S K M S 'b .. , . , , . , . , . a, . asson, . cri ner, N. Klopot, S, De- Simone. Varsity Captain AClviS0r BONNIE ROBBINS During football season, the J.V.'s cheered with varsity-at basket- ball games, however, the j.V. cheerleaders steal the show! I08 MRS. H Captain--junior Varsity ABLA STEPHANIE DeSIMONE Both IV. and Varsity cheerleaders gather to show off their photo- genie ability! This sharp looking group is the pride of GHS-at games. TWIRLERS FIRST ROW, left to right: Sheryl Harvey, Karen Bradshaw, Shirley Oathout, Joanne Castiglione, Connie Kessler, Mary Ru- pert, Melany Pellegrino, Cindy Pellegrino, Mary Lou Rickmyre Pat Sullivan, JoAnn Izzo, Charlene Born, Sandra Marotta, Dolores Ragusa, Rachel Mills, Bonnie Smith, Beverly Green Donna Cole, Karen Dudley, Karen Parenti, Judy Muscato, Shir- ley King, Carole Bowman. MR. NORMAN CLO CAROLE BOWMAN Director Leader FIRST ROW, left to right: Virginia Shields, Linda I-Iovan, Crystal Reek, Ann Zayicek, Sue McCullough F TURE TEACHER FIRST ROW, left to right: Lewis Flint, Patricia Joseph, Carolyn Micruttalo, Blanche Alter, Sally Masker, Bonnie Robbins, Joanne Castiglione, Janet Ashe, Robert Fisher. SECOND ROW: Debbie Brown,, Janet Smith, Antoinette DeRosa, Joyce Halperin, Rosanne Ferrara, Mr. Szumiloski, Janie Cook, Nancy Carroll, Katie House, Pam Hornett, Nancy Jung. THIRD ROW: Amy Riccitiello, Andrea Hornett, Amy Tartaglia, Lynn Kennedy, Diane Vaughn, Barbara Dicruttalo, Grace Carangelo. Dawn Warren, Rona Solcolsky. MR. LEONARD SZUMILOSKI Advisor IIO Future Teachers of America is becoming one of the most active groups in GHS. This year the club, un- der the supervision of Mr. L. J. Szumiloski, has initi- ated a teacher-aid program. Any members who are interested are assigned a teacher and then proceed to help that teacher correct papers, type tests and per- form othler time consuming tasks. Another FTA project is the annual teaching day. On that day the club members go to the elementary schools in Glov- ersville and actually teach. OF MERICA The Future Teachers hold their monthly meetings Tuesday noons in the auditorium. The program is varied between business meetings and special pro- grams with speakers. These speakers include teachers, administrators, guidance personnel and other people active in the field of modern education. The officers are: Sally Masker, Presidentg Bonnie Robbins, Vice- President, Jacqueline Mosconi, Secretaryg and Blanche Alter, Treasurer. Mr. Woodworth enlightens the group on the program of the State University. Officers discuss club activities with Mr. Szumiloski who is always eager to help. SALLY MASKER President Mr. Szumiloski, advisor to F.T.A. discusses teaching periods on the elementary level with the F.T.A. officers. These members, jackie, Sally, and Blanche, teacher's aides, are correcting test papers. MRS. BETTY RAIMO Advisor RED CROSS L FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Hults, J. Cook, 1. Caldwell, C Dicruttalo, J. Halperin, R. Ferraro, M. Ruggiero, J. Castiglione Mrs. Raimo. SECOND ROW: I. Parker, C. Scribner, M. La- Mantia, R. Cristiano, B. Robbins, L. Hovan, A. Riccitiello, K Van Allen, J. Izzo, J. Ashe, L. Ackerknecht. THIRD ROW: G Dye, J. Bruce, L. Rostron, S. DeSimone, C. DiBenedetto, B. Moses, K, Guarnier, C. Davin, N. Brown, FOURTH ROW: S, Batty W. Chatterton, M. E. Dooris, K. House, C. DeSisto, C. Tomek, L. Raimo, C. Thompson, B. Huftek, A. Hornett, L. Tremante, M. Generoso. CAROLYN DiCRUTTALO President Red Cross Council, under the supervision of Advisor, Mrs. Raimo and President, Carolyn DiCruttalo has a program of Very worth-while activities each year. This year, to raise money -the club is selling cupcakes in the study hall every Thursday noon. They have also spon- sored several food sales. Their present project is the knitting of an afghan to send to the Veterans Hospital in Albany. GHS salutes its Red Cross Council for the good job they have done. II2 Mrs. Raimo confers with two members on the knitting project of Red Cross LIBRARY-left to riht, FIRST ROW: A. Marshall, E. Mraz, E. Fosmire, C. Person, R. Dawes, P. Hoagboon. SECOND ROW: J. Caldwell, C. Puski, J. Cook, J. Shaffer, C. Dicruttalo, C. De Sisto, S, McGillis, M. Smith. THIRD ROW: B. Swarts, C. Miller, B. Quackenbush, K, Guarnier, C. Farr, A. Slovik, A. Ambrosino. FOURTH ROW: D. Goodbread, B. Deere, J. Foster, C. Jean Giffors, R. Sokolsky, D. Sheffield, N. johnson, R. Mills, A. Lake. FIFTH ROW: B. Tibslong, R. Ruggiero, C. Wicklund, G. Van Dellon, B. Tierney, D. Warren, M. Brace. J . 3 2 f,Q"'I Advisor MISS TILLIE THOMPSON LIBRARY CLUB Library Club, under the supervision of Miss Tillie Thompson, is composed of sophomore, junior, and-senior members. These members work to maintain the smooth operation of the library. They also decorate bulletin boards and showcases in the school corridors to fur- i ther better reading habits in the students of l Gloversville High. Library Club members place daily newspapers in the rack. Stage crew members prepare amplifier for an assembly. Some of the male members of our student body who have a knack for electronics have or- ganized a chartered group called the "Stage Crew." It is the duty of the club to handle all audio equipment and lighting for functions throughout the Gloversville School system. New members are called trainees during a period in which they are versed as to the work- ings of the crew by Mr. Ryan, advisor, or the various crew engineers. Tony Reppenhagen was elected President or stage manager and Ron Newbower, chief engineer or Vice-President. Advisor MR. XWILLIAM RYAN l STAGE CREW: Alan Richardson, Bill Smith, Lighting Engineer, Tony Reppenhagen, Stage Manager, Ronald Newbower, Chief Engineer, Gene Reppenhagen, Audio Engineer, Mike Moss, Asst. Audio Engineer. SECOND ROW: Richard Carpenter, Paul Kohler, jon Berghoff, joel Ruller, Mr. Ryan, David Knowles, Rodger Schultz, john Smimmo,joelGe1faud. II4 The Projectionists is a service organization whose duty it is to provide aid to the class- room teacher with audio-visual materials. From time to time they give their services to various organizations in the community. The new members are trained by both Mr. Ryan, advisor, and qualified projectionists. just this year the feminine gender has been added to the membership. A great deal of help is rendered to the group by Miss Rose Schwarz, secretary to the Industrial Arts Department. Miss Schwartz, Industrial Arts secretary, checks a film strip with Ron Newbower PROJECTIONISTS Director MR. XVILLIAM RYAN MOVIE PROJECTIONISTS-FIRST ROW, left to right: William Ryan, Rodger Schultz, Tony Reppenhagen, Orville Van Hoesen, Carl Darling, Daniel Becker, Dick Baetens. SECOND ROW: Stephen Van Dyke, Joel Gelfaud, Loren Howe, Bill Smith, Michael Becker, Salvatore Vezzi, Gary Darling, Bob Alguire, Don Canfield. THIRD ROW: john Smimmo, Robert Beebe, Ronald New- bower, joel Ruller, Gene Reppenhagen, Gary Levine, Kenneth Van Hoesen, Robert Gonzano. TRI-HI-Y-FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Ragusa, C. Dicruttalo, S. Logan, J. Lamphear, J. Shaffer, A. Lake, B. Robbins, G. Quackenbush. SECOND ROW: J. Lombardoni, M Tasner, V. Castiglione, R. De Rosa, J. Taglialatela, J. Dattoli, A. D'Errico, A. Valiante A. Batty. THIRD ROW: J. Recesso, L. Mazzariello, C. Carangelo, C. Born, S. Rubin, P Rose, J. Bemer, S. Freeman, C. Reek. FOURTH ROW: M. Smith, J. Theurer, C. McGillis P. Buttler, C. DeSisto. S. Marotta, J. Guenther, J. Caldwell. 1 s O MRS. AUDREY MILLS M Advisor TRI-HI-Y CLUB President JOAN LAMPHEAR Tri-Hi-Y is a fast growing organization in GHS. This year the club once again sponsored its girl's Powder Puff football game for the benefit of Y.M.C.A. World Service. The club also has become more active in N.E. Area Hi Y activities such as the State and Area. Bills Assembly. For the first time in the clubls history a member has held an Area office. Carol Scribner was elected President of the Area Council. One of the club's most worthwhile activities is a Christ- mas party given each year for under-privileged children. The club strives constantly to maintain high standards of Christ- ian character in the home, school and community. TRI-HI-Y-FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Ward, C. Klymkow P. Sullivan, J. Izzo. SECOND ROW: J. Parker, J. Klymkow, N Sicilia, G. Garangelo, B. Dicruttalo. THIRD ROW: M. Lake, L Rostron, L. Ackerknecht, P. Hornett, P. Hanson. H6 BOYS' I-II-Y-left to right, FIRST ROW: J. Moule, E. O'Hare, C, Bremer, B. Spelman, S. Bown, L. Potter, P. Kohler, D. Dutton. SECOND ROW: A. Dicruttalo, R. Ottalagano, F. Aldrich, B. Hall, J. Galinsky, D. Fisher, B. DErrico, P. Lynch. THIRD ROXV: M. Moss, F. DiMarco, M. Sutliff, D. Nittmann, R. Ambrosino, J. Carangelo, G. Brookins, J. Berghoff. NICK STO ER HI-Y CLUB ROW 1: Brothers, Hallenbeck, Montanaro, Smedley. ROW 2: Vaughn, Cole, Banker, Gifford, Gifford. ROW 3: Gifford, Pierce, Tremante, Charboneau, Ferraro. Advisor MR. THIRNWOOD MORGAN President BILL SPELLMAN "Nick Stonerf the sister club of the Molly Brant Tri- Hi-Y, has been active in many service projects for the school, Y.M.C.A. and the community. The group annually sponsors a car wash and provides cheerleaders for the Pow- der Puff Bowl. Again this year the members held a success- ful uhopl' at Boulevard School. With funds raised, the club has purchased a microscope for the school, and along with the Tri-Hi-Y helped to pur- chase a mimeograph machine for the II7 Left to right: A. DeRosa, M. A. Smith, J. Berner, J. Sanges, J. Lombardoni, T. Shapiro, G. Quackenbush, J. Cook, C. Born, J. Calandra. ROW TWO: Mr. Cooney, J. Ashe, E. Bernstein, C. Clemente, A. Lake, A. Hornett, B. Rothschild, M. Scribner, M. Spear, C. Scribner, S. Logan, C. Cook. ROW THREE: M. A. Pierce, N. Jung, A. J. Shell, P. King, J. Durkee, S. Kasson, L. Kennedy, P. Rhodes, S. Almy, J. Castiglione, K. Bradshaw. ROW FOUR: S. Houserman, M. Brace, K. Smith, M. Fischer, T. Ferraro, J. Brickner, K. Van Allen, G. A. Miller, C. Betor, S. McCullough, D. Brown, J. L, Smith, C. Kessler, M. Ruggiero, C. DeSimone. MIXED CHOIR MR. WILLIAM COONEY Director' FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Pellegrino, J. Clemente, D. Canfield, V. Sgambato, P. White, D. Cook, G. Lake, J. Logan. SECOND ROW: M. MacDonald, G. Miller, J. Fanch, M. DiMarro, J. Crispin, M. Beckor, J. Carangelo, G. Knisdem. THIRD ROW: D. Mosher, R. Schultz, R. Fisher, M. Teetz, J. McKibben, P. DiGiacomo, L. Potter, J. Patten. FOURTH ROW: J. North, H. Clem- ans, J. Dodge, G. Lunkenheimer, R, McCarthy. IIS GIRLS' CHOIR-FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Generoso, C. DeSisto, S. Harvey, S. Rubin, J. Recesso, S. Marotta, P. Buttler, B. Handeles, C. Brunco, J. Shaffer. SECOND ROW: P. Joseph, K. Dudley, C. Dorman, M. Banker, B. Cole, B. Cole, G. Dye, M. Murphy, R. Cohen, C. De- Dominick, C. Cuccurullo, S. Strauss, R. Shapiro. THIRD ROW: C. Schwed, A. Papa, S. Oathout G. Fitzpatrick, A. Paciolla, D. Dicruttalo, C. Marotta, G. Garangelo, D. Berner, B. Benson, K Campbell, K. Sovik. FOURTH ROW: C. Tichy, M. Smida, J. Lloyd, B. Buoxls, M. Lake, P Hidde, B. Hale, C. Tomek, N. Smith, D. Vaughn, D. Insognia, E. Garfinkle, E. Mraz, B Quackenbush, S. Rector, C. Wager. GIRLS' CHOIR Director MR. CLARENCE GETZ 1 GIRLS' CHOIR-FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Woodcock, M. LaMantia, M. Papa, J. Geisler, I. Trowbridge, F. Orcutt, A. Valiante P. Rose P. Geer B. Robbins, A. Tropia, B. Robbins, N. Staley, j. Szabo. SECOND ROW: Mr. Getz, J. Quick, B. Kadlic, S. Gif- ford, L., Hovan, lL. Maiello, S. Soezek, S. Saoran, D. Goodbread, J. Isola, G. Franis, J. Hurd, R. Knoblouch. THIRD ROW: P Burgess, L. Klock, G. Cleary, C. Suclavin, K. Suda, B. Hathaway, P. Hanson, J. Ernst, P. Hornett, G. DeRosa, C. Wickleind, D Jinks, D. Warren, S. Handy. FOURTH ROW: E. Fosmire, P. Wheeler, D. Ediek, J. Hasbrouck, T. Robinson, M. O'Donnell, C Hallenbeck. II9 FIRST ROW: De Rosa, Smith, Berner, Sange, Lombardoni Shapiro Quackenbush Cook Scribner SECOND ROW S 'th B , , , , . : mi , ern- stein, Clemente, Lake, Hornett, Rothschild, Scribner, Spear Loan. THIRD ROW: Ashe, Pierce, Shell, King, Van Allen, Kasson, Brickner, Rhodes, Almy. FOURTH ROW: Houserman, Brace, Fisher, Ferraro, Miller, Betor, Castiglione, Ruggiero, Bradshaw, Calanclra. Director WILLIAM COONEY The Girls, Concert Choir is a relatively new or- ganization macle up of select voices. They rehearse with their director, Mr. William Cooney, each Tuesday evening. The group in its brief history has performed for many and varying community programs. The girls might Well have been found harmonizing for a YMCA Annual Dinner or in a department store during the Christmas season. l20 GIRL ' CONCERT CHOIR Mr. Cooney discusses choral music to be sung at the March 17 concert with Carol Scribner, choir accompanist. ORCHESTRA-FIRST ROW, left to right: A. Dockstadet, Nl. Gavrill, L. Beebe, W. Teetz, D. Dockstader, M. Mosher, C. Roth, V. Generoso, R. Baetens. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Baetens, M. Smith, J. Recesso, A. Shell, L. Fetherston, B. Gifford, C. Farr, C. Waffle, J. Mizrahi, J. Fallis, A. Weaver. THIRD ROW: C. Leo, Lewi Flint, B. Brown, P. Lucas, J. Smalley, J. D'Onofrio, B. Smith, B. Cammarere. R. Viano, H. Nellis, P. Reppenhagen. ORCHESTRA Director MRS. LAURA BAETENS The high school orchestra under the direction of Mrs. Laura Baetens has shown steady growth and development over recent years. The orches- tra plays for the annual Christmas Assembly and each Spring presents a concert. Each june they provide the music for the graduation ceremony. V The brass section of the orchestra at Work in preparation for their spring concert. l2l MR. NORMAN CLO Director BAND4FIRST ROXW, left to right: M. Alrlermrm, K. Guarnier, C. J. Gifford, E. Lorenze J. Lombardoni, A, J. Shell, M, Huizing, S. Skiff, J. Fallis. SECOND ROW: J. Smalley H. Nellis, D. Shaffer. M. Mills, L. Trumhlcy, E. Hallenbeck, R. Ambrosino, R. Berenger T. Macc. THIRD ROW: P. Lucas, J. O'Onofrio, J. Selmser, J. Huizing, R, J, Lorenzi, K Snmlfield, B. Smith. C. Rossbach. E. Castiglione, B. Wfinig. FOURTH ROXV: M. Husek J. Gurofolo, K. Olsson. P. Pollok, T. Nicholson, D. Fisher, C. Howe, D. Berner, R. Gifford BANDS DANCE BAND-left to right, FIRST ROW: Mark Garrill, Ron Berghoff, Mr. Ditata, Mike Mills, Charles Howe. SECOND ROW: 122 John DOnofr1o, Everett Hallenbeck, Joseph Garofalo, Mike Huser, Roger Gifford, Rick Berenger. X I Q? ,X I uv saw ff wr fx , z 5 ,' wwf Q , , 6 4112! kk ,ff , . K . fd? if 2 .L f, 1 K if 1 1 f wa: ' STX 4' Yi. vi 2 'Q X " 5'-5 'fif3Q?5m ,, X - 4 V .. .,,,, X 5, S y E ':'1 1 , ,A Y? 2 .Q ,gi 1 4042 .aw 6 Wl J 17 wie Y vu-1' J IOR VAR ITY FOOTBALL FIRST ROW, left to right: Pete Di Giacomo, Mark Diamond, Tim Carr, Bob Ameduri, Lynden Rummler, Fred Van Alstyne, Russ Barter, Mike Di Marco, Vincent Generoso, Neil Evans. SECOND ROW: Dave Smalley, Larry Angello, Frank Di Marco, Dennis I-lynn, jon Chetwynd, Vincent Mascardi, Adolph Perrone, Danny jinlcs, Terry Young, John Crispin, THIRD ROW: Herb Bach- orick, George Thompson, joe Dona, Robert Van Brocklin, Bob Williams, Tony Jenner, Ray Wille, Louis Piazza, Bob Bacherick. FOURTH ROW: Coach W, J. VandeWalker, Bill Merrill, Tony Christiano, Bob Hurlbert, Aichard Ruberti, Ronald Hawley. UNIOR VARSITY The unior Varsit Season althou h not too Y I GHS OPP much of a success gave the team needed expe- Johnstown Groshb 14 0 rience. A successful Frosh team indicates that Mt Pleasant 0 18 fine future teams are in the making under the SCO'ti Usroshp 28 10 able coaching of Mr. Van De Walker and Mr. a Halle . Saratoga 6 13 Y Johnstown 0 6 I . Q ..,, V a i K iiiii ' A c '. ea ' A. ff"'?fIf.i 111: .',' ifiifi QL, t.:, I72i9?7'5ii:'TWfi " Z7W.5' -54 f.-l " J srees 1 I ,U I , AV, ,-', '. - : 'ia' I - eila ",1 ie, r,tr A s alae , MR. WELLINGTON VAN de WALKER MR. RONALD HAWLEY Coach Coach I26 VAR ITY FOOTB LL FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Caputo, R. Ameduri, A. Recesso, M. Fabian, D. Howe, K. Olsson, D. Kuhne, A. Perrone, C, Sorento, R. Rummler, E. Pozefsky. SECOND ROW: M. Goldas, D. Dutton, D. LaVista, A. DiCruttalo, B. Huptick, J. Moule, J. Garofalo, P. Moss, R. Sandfielcl, D. Berner. THIRD ROW: D. Steele, P. DiGiacomo, B. Cole, M. Hornung, L. West, M. Christiano, A Galpin, B. D'Erri o, B. Ruller, P. Fiorello. FOURTH ROW: J. Yanno, P. Anadio, B. O'Donnell, G. Walker, D. Jones, R. De- Cristofaro, J. Ferdico, E. Carangelo. FIFTH ROW: G. Reppenhagen, T. Reppenhaen, J. Ruller, Coach, J. Baker, Coach, L Warshawsky. 1959 Football Season WE THEY Amsterdam 13 7 Oswego 27 7 Mt. Pleasant O 13 Saratoga 14 6 Mechanicsville 45 7 Scotia 7 7 Burnt Hills 13 0 Johnstown 20 26 The GHS Huskies once again brought Glov- ersville honors on the gridiron. Captains Olsson and Howe led the team to six well earned vic- tories under the able coaching of Mr. Jerry Baker and Mr. Larry Wfarshawsky. Coach JERRY BAKER Coach LARRY WARSHAWSKY "'Fm,4 L 1 gp 2 .. F? 'F' I ff' as MARVIN POZEFSKY RALPH AMEDURI ALBERT PERRONE PETER ANADIO 'i Q A 95 AfR A Ag: ibif R ' wi? MERVYN GOLDBAS PETER FIORELLO RICHARD RUMMLER DICK CAPUTO nf 1' . VARSITY BASKETBALL VARSITY-FRONT ROVU: Larry Rubin, Don Dutton, Toby Lustig, Doug Kuhne, jim Zullo, Chick Mackey, Rick Schwed, Manager, Bill Huptick, Mark Garfinkle, Albert DiCruttalo, Ed O'Hare, Bob Ruller, Coach Kobuskie. 'ns 37 TOBY LUSTIG DOUG KUHNE CO-Capt. coAcH JACK KOBUSKIE Cocapty .V g Coach gives forth with words of inspiration to bring forth another Albie Helwig, our loyal scorekeeper with timekeeper, David Dunn victory. l30 WESTERN :,. Q R gg., .,V-g -A K m Q Q77 3 K DON DUTTON JIM zULLo CONFERENCE CHICK MACKEY LARRY RUBIN SCHOOL Amsterdam Sargtomi R Johnstown Scotia -f , ,iw A ,V ,,'g575ggjf 67 f. B f . at 2, ,fgf ya.. ,J ,.,,. . 73 , ,V no no 49 Ballston Spa 55 52 Mont Pleasanlj llgiy C 50 Amsterdam li EVVV C 5 'LE' E 62 Burnt Hills 'CC:R" 31 Mechanicvillew' iii ' eo DfaPef 63 Little RNlRNRCNR ffjf EER 70 ijt' 52 Saratoga imh 93' tltot 71 Johnstown Scotxa qi, Ballston Spa Burnt Hills Mechanicville Draper 4 lt't 7 9477 7 7 ,rrt,r 59 A' , on ssl 7 frrt 7 48 7 p 33 C CL, -,,x, , ,Z 1 , , 68 95 f 75 MARK GARFINKLE ED O'HARE BOB RULLER IOR ARSITY BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Dick jones, Ralph Simon, Larry Potter, Paul Kohler, jim Taylor, Bill Denman. BACK ROW: Coath Hallenbeck, Gene Ellis, john Albini, Steve LaMantia, Dick Sammons, jon Galinsky, Bob Hall, Roger Helwig. Man- ager. L iiii 1 P 'if M, 42' w A lzi, 6, 5,92 -, ,,,,1L A L - ,- . f -' ff' " LfVlyfiW'f .:.:f1l' 3--. .1---':- .97 , p i DANNY LAVISTA LEO HALLENBECK RALPH SIMON Co-Captain Coach Co-Captain L f f l .W ' A ' I ' l If . Y. 'x 5' Fast action is found during a j.V. game, A few words from the coach before the game. ala 4 A JOHN ALBINI BILL DENMAN PAUL KOHLER STEVE LA MANTIA JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES SCHOOL Amsterdam Saratoga Johnstown Scotia Ballston Spa Mont Pleasant Amsterdam Burnt Hills Mechanicville Draper Little Falls Saratoga Johnstown Scotia Ballston Spa Burnt Hills Mechanicville Draper GHS 46 38 45 38 47 46 35 53 38 41 40 46 52 40 37 49 52 49 OPP. 56 44 47 57 56 54 51 46 50 66 51 71 49 53 61 55 60 63 DICK SAMMON S GENE ELLIS JIM TAYLOR LARRY POTTER 1959 esel V, g, ffzw ifwiif .fee l N 74S:'?5f512 . " , Eg" ' fQPS2g?'1ssf5W :sl-'if:1Hfgfg1g:-is A gfgf, r rfzffsff-ffgs2fff We ?fiS?fsg?i5iillR22Ef?il JI CLARKIN 2 B Wm fvl,ggly1gm, ,-wg-.ii A I -1'fq5ggf:.fJ.s1: W' 1" K 2M'Wm32 I wfllf if x Uliivi 4 P do Eigfigf , H1 Ei 2,1 'U x f 4 A i P wif? Wg if ix W Q5 '71 X KLM 4 X Q gg, X3 ? if 21, K K Wan, 43? K , 3 5 3 gf M , fe es , isgiwgssggl zfm i i - if -, fi, , fixes wiizifms:feewwe1eziisf:w:45sf- , '-":f DOUG KUHNE BILL ROSSELLE A 5 by X, BOB DAVE HOAGBOON HOXV E BASEBALL-FIRST left to right: Bob Cole, William Rosselle, Dave Howe, jim Clarkin, Doug Kuhne, Bill Cxump, Don Dutton. SECOND ROW: Albert Galpin, Russell Dennie, A1 DiCruttalo, Bob Ruller, Mike Fabian, john Ferdico. THIRD ROW: Bob Hoagboon, Don Thum, Dick Rummler, Ron Frasier, Bob Hall, john Galinsky, and Coach Miller. Absent: Bill Huptick. K , I I . kr K , V, ik., ,ZVgfgjflilliqgiiriin S i nf L -uglie- V,,. l,,1l?5fF,, .V I . S ., .K ,. ' - E V V ' e'l's T sz .:,,:e is ,.-,.. .B 31 ,.,.,. ,m,, , I ' , 1,5 I , .. A iVi.g'f,Qf11i1.'3: ga l! 5 , , , . . K 1 I-,, . , , "Vl"'i' L is h -7'-'fu SVN 3f.f.,',:' ' 'SUV-.W 'F' -'K -i.ffIi'+EfifI5iI ffia, ' , 2, ' , 'Is' , ' f f 'ill'::Yf'f.-,.l-f i-f,i11f1fl???:5fzffii "VI: if A 1 ., 3.1 77" We-. 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FOURTH ROXW: Harold Laird, Tony Christiano, john Albini, Bill Rumrill, Steve LaMantia, Coach Larry Warshawsky. 1959 VARSITY BASEBALL RECORD Mechanicville Canajoharie St. Marys Scotia Johnstown Broadalbin Draper St. Marys Ballston Scotia Burnt Hills Amsterdam Johnstown Saratoga Draper Canajoharie Q 1 515 ng! f l ,, m ff FICAILL ..,..--.R 'wh-. ,M A 1 at GHS OPP, 5 6 12 o 7 1 0 IO IO 1 Us 2. 6 0 5 32 7 9 HIGH 7 5 1 S 5 O Coach 3 1 LARRY WARSHAWSKY 0 15 5 1 O 2 1 5 5 6 5 5' I . I wc 9 , 1 RICHARD F jf ,J RUMMLER Coach DUKE MILLER CROSS COUNTRY FIRST ROW. left to right: E, Gurowitz, B. Cerusuolo, P. Kohler, E. Bown, P. Lucas. D. Fisher. E, Santoro, P Pollak, J. Cerusolo. ROXX' 2: F. Fisher, M. Sutliff, S. Rothschild. T. Lustig, B. Jackson. M. Pellegrino, G. Wilcox ROW' 3: R. Dennedy, R, Robison, W. Thompson, J. Albanese. ED BOWN JIM O'ROURKE PETER LUCAS Co-Captain Coach C0-Captain Time out for some fun with the team's mascot! Part of the team that competed in the sectionals! CROSS-COUNTRY RESULTS 1959 GHS-30 Saratoga-2 5 Proctor Invitational at Utica GHS 14th-41 schools GHS-25 Johnstown HS-32 TOBY LUSTIG Grout Run ED GUROWITZ GHS 10th-19 schools GHS 34 Scotia-21 GHS-37 Draper-18 GHS jV's-32 Canojoharie-2 5 GHS-18 Mechanicville-5 2 Sectionals OE CE AS DIVISIOU -I R Johnstown-20 GHS-36 RECAP Dual Meets: Won 2 Lost 5 Western Conference: Won 2 Lost 4 PAUL KOHLER PETER POLLAK 1959 TRACK--FIRST ROW, left to right: Tom Dutton, Guy Ciaccio, Phil Semprevio, Bob Xwinig, Paul Shwartz. Tom Durkee, Pete Ricciardi, Pat Clear, Bob Garguilo. Dave Loucks, James DeRoche. SECOND ROW: Toby Lustig, Morrie Lieheroff, Paul DiGiacomo, Ralph Ameduri, Art Recesso, Dick Caputo, Merv Goldbas, Ken Long, Ed Gurowitz, Chi k Mackey. THIRD ROW: Karl Olsson, George Abdella, John North, Bart Cerasuolo, Bill Robelee, Joe Demarest, Joe Cerasuolo, Bob Johnston, Paul Richard. FOURTH ROW: David Nittman, Mike Di- Marco, Phil Lynch, John Lasher, Ted Rouadi, Mike Mills, David Fisher, Peter Lucas. Dennis Johnson. FIFTH ROW: Coach Baker, Ronnie Vfalters, Marvin Frasier, Coach O'Rourke. 1959 TRACK SEASON GHS Johnstown Lost The GHS track team enjoyed a fairly successful Burnt Hills Won season under the able coaching of Mr. Jim O'Rourke Draper Won and Mr. Jerry Bal-:cr with a total of three victories and Scotia Lost four defeats. Tom Durkee and Paul Schwartz acted in Mechanicville Won the capacity of Co-Captains. Saratoga Lost Johnstown Lost "1 r Y . :je,rf,W I ,Ve b, . Y ,Q 'Z I ws. ' ' 1- it Q ' JAMES DE ROCHE PAT CLEAR Coach Coach JERRY BAKER JIM O'ROURKE BOB VUINIG PAI 'l. DI GIACOMO PHIL SEMPREVIO GUY CIACCIO TRACK TOM Dl 'TTON -J CVRTIS MACKEY PETE RICCARDI TOBIAS Ll'STIG GOLF-Left to right: Coach Hallenbeck, John Franco, Ernest Santoro, Duane Woodruff, Richard Rosycki, Richard Jones, Michael Teetz, Ray Johnson, David Wilber, Curtis Mills, Kip Pencheff, Jack Wfoodcock, James Johnson, Gary King. Although the squad's record was not especially good, nevertheless the team enjoyed a good season. A se- ries of "round-robin" tournaments brought no one winner, but much interest was brought about. We have high hope for seasons to come. I40 GOLF MATCHES 1959 Linton 0 Lost 15 Johnstown 5 Won O Amsterdam MW Lost V2 Johnstown, Wheewille and G'ville at Nick Stoner, Caroga Lake Medal Play Won Johnstown, Wheerville and G'ville at Kingsboro Medal Play Won Amsterdam 0 Lost 15 Amsterdam 4 Lost 11 KIP PENCHEFF 1959 Coach LEO HALLENBECK GOLF f S JOHN FRANCO CURTIS MILLS MIKE TEETZ RAY JOHNSON GARY KING L. RE TLI G TEAM FIRST ROW. lcft tn right: Mr. Van cle WY,i1lliC1'. coach. J. Crispin. G. Simonson. j. Franco, S. Fabian. S. Jackson. F. Dimarco J, Rullcr. SECOND ROXXU Moulc. M. Papa. R. Furlong. B. Thompson, rl. Ferdico. D. Jung. C, Street. THIRD ROXV: F Smith. T. Brown, J. Alhancse. rl. Rutto. P. Billingtnn, A. Reccssn. P. Ricliaixzls. i if J .11 51 Y ' ..... R ,,,. . ,,,,. ,wt ,. ., 'T R f TTTRRR A 'A w.',' . f Captain Coach ART RECESSO YVELLINGTON VAN de XXVALKER A few words of encouraging advice from Mr. Van de Walker. Wise words from the official before a match. l42 it 'A .Q A PHIL BILLINGTON DAVID JUNG Z Ilia - syn A is Q, JOHN FERDICO H, I , . - GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS GHS IE er ii i ga JOE RUOCCO WRESTLING SCORES 1 5 Saratoga 3 7 Scotia 30 Burnt Hills 2 5 Ballston Spa 1 8 Draper 1 5 Saratoga 3 5 Scotia 1 3 Draper 24 Burnt Hills 33 Ballston Spa TODD BROWN DICK RUMMLER 't.- fy. lk ,A ay 1 -2 :E -4 fl, -ar: 'if 5 J 'fa Ny at lie F 'F I 5 8 -f . ,i APf'zsv,.,u H ",.:. ' I 35, 2 5 if Q53 Q PAUL RICHARDS -if "LTI , ,M ig ji, K in ui W K .fi CHARLES STREET C st 'fbi A-" S 5 .N ,bk fi fl GREGORY SIMONSON L- . if ii :rl , -5 -, K JOHN MOULE ,,.,n,,,..I W i 1 BO LING TEAM FIRST ROW: E. Hallenbeck, D. Thum, B. Cerasuolo, B. johnson, S. Madnick. SECOND ROW: Mr. Vertucci, L. Rumler, M O'Donnell, J. Love-day, R. McCarthy, G. Fisher, H. Lair, J. Cerasuolo, J. Finch, B. Bendl. a i .B Jr- BART CERASOULO PHILIP VETUCCI Captain Coach 5 bhp cg, og MM. so M, 5 J 'is .Q-if we XM . .M .... -A W . -' , - fr- 2. I I MA 129332 '23 Coach Vertucci checks on the team's progress. Here comes another strike! 1959 - 1960 STU MADNICK DAVID THUM VARSITY BOWLERS TOP 6 SCORERS Bart Cerasuolo 172.2 Marvin Pozefsky 168.7 Stu Madnick 167.5 , Mike I-Iornung 160.8 .lim Johnson 159.2 David Thum 159.0 It ' GHS-2 Saratoga-2 tie GHS-SM Ballston SpaALf3 won GHS-4 Burnt Hills-0 won GHS-1 Mechanicville-3 lost GI-lSf4 Scotia-0 won GHS-0 Johnstown-4 lost GHS-4 Saratoga-0 won GHS-2 Ballston Spa-2 tie EVERETT HOT-LENBECK Other games played were: Amsterdam, Burnt Hills, Mechanicville, Scotia, Johnstown. March 4 Section 2 tournament at Albany. 'iigflg 'wa Ra QM' an-UG" MELVIN O'DONNELL JAMEs JOHNSON HAROLD LAIR LYNDON RUMMLER MARVIN POZEFSKY SKI TE M SKI TEAM--FRONT ROW: Ron Newbauer, Rick Galinsky, Dick Berner, Pete Fiorello. BACK ROXW: John Logan David Berner. Vinnie Muscardi. Mike Sutliff, Allan Richardson, Bill Strong, Mr. Sylvester. DICK BERNER MR. SYLVESTER Captain Coach Mr. Sylvester, our able ski coach, Members of the ski team relax between runs. lvl 4. F PETER FIORELLO RON NEWBOWER RICK GALINSKY THE SKI TEAM The GHS Ski Team is a relatively new organization which is grow- ing in size and interest. Mr. Sylvester has done a fine job as the team's first coach with Dick Berner captain of the squad. The team has com- peted in various meets against such schools as Whitesboro, Linton, Mt. Pleasant, and Johnstown. if RECORD KtSw.,ff,.k , A Lake Placid lst!-Johnstown A I r 5th-Gloversville " - Cooperstown 1st-Johnstown 'l,:, .,. 3rd-Gloversville Johnstown lst-Johnstown . xg 2nd-Gloversville Mt- I JOHN LOGAN MIKE SUTLI FF A BILL STRONG DAVID BERNER VINCE MASCARDI GIRLS' ATHLETIC Left to right: Miss Hamm, Carmen Farr, julie Recesso, joan Lamphear QPresidentJ, Pat Rose, Ann Paciolla, Barbara Gifford, Gwen Charboneau. President Advisor JOAN LAMPHEAR MISS HAMM Girls' Athletic Council discussing the sale ofsweat shirts. Members of the "Honor Team" selected for their outstanding ath letic ability. PORTS COUNCIL GIRLS' SPORTSfFIRST ROW, left to right: Paciolla, Clemans, Hammer, Loux, Mosher, Trippoda, Kane, Bernstein, Reek. SEC- OND ROW: Charboneau, Kemp, Lake, Farr, Gifford, Shaffer, Lamphear, Montanaro, Foster, Raykoske, Abels, Handy. THIRD ROW: Swarts, Fosmire, Russo, Insonia, MacDonald, VanDellon, Wager, Hazzard, Thompson, Willis, Hamm. 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Dial 5-27I3 Gloversville, New York For Fine Fashions HARPER'S 62 N. MAIN sr. Wha+ a mo+Iey crowd! JULES' BEAUTY SALON 244 W. FuI+on S+. KING'S GREENHOUSE cur FLOWERS CORSAGES' 7-II Lexing+on Ave. Phone 5-2923 The Palma Game. Flowers for All Occasions A. C. KINGSBURY 8: SON Congra+uIa+ionS I3 Church S+. +0 -me Class of I96O ELTON S. LA MANTIA 81 SONS, INC. 3I4 Sou+h Main S+. LEATHER CORP. GLOVE CITIES CHEVROLET BERNIE CARINGE Washing+on a+ Broadway Gloversville, N. Y. Phone 4-7 I 2 I EARL W. HATHAWAY 8: SON General Insurance JENNER'S PASTRY SHOP I8l N. Main S+. 4-8524 A nighf io rem In Complimenls of JOHN'S MARKET Besi' Wishes Io Ihe Class of I960 JONES AND NAUDIN COMPANY, INC. E Visilinq The N.Y.S. Educafion Museum. LAUNDEREZE There Is a Big Difference in Coal '60 N. 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Fur Linings for I'he Glove Trade PHONE 4-36I8 NATIONAL WELDING COMPANY We Invife You 'ro Inquire a+ THE ECKER INSURANCE AGENCY IFor- experf advice on any policyl Ask Mr. Ecker, Mrs. Ecker or Marie Johnson I25 S. Main S+. Dial 4-8925 Any Time GIoversviIIe, N. Y. HOBBS 81 ZEITLER PHARMACY Prescripfion SpeciaIisI's Colored and Black and WhiI'e FiIm Rapid Service RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES Free Delivery-Free Parking 95 E. I:uII'on Sf. Dial 5-I8I4 Besf Wishes 'ro +he Class of '60 KNOTT AND HOLLOWAY Every Insurance Service GLOVERSVILLE NEW YORK Dial 5-53I3 ONEIDA MARKETS I67 Norfh Main Sfreei' and 7 3I4 Sou+h Main Sfreef A Couple of Dolls MILDRED PRESTON HA Specially Shop of Dislinclionu Opposi+e rhe High School PROSPECT FOOD MARKET Qualify Mears, Groceries, Fruifs and Vegeialales 48 PROSPECT AVE. ee 4-3485 Our Columbia Schooi Days QUALITY DAIRY The Besf in Ice Cream ancl Dairy Producfs Phone 5-47I0 337 Soufh Main S+ree+ GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y. Good Luck +o 'rhe Class of I960 EVELYN elBBoNs RCBBINS BROS- PERSONALIZED FASHIONS Plumbing and He-Ning 89 N. Main S+ree+ 289 N' MAIN ST' EUGENE HOLLENBECK, JR. Ambulance and Oxygen Service Hospifal Beds Wheel Chairs DIAL 4-76I5 A. D. NORTON Jewelers Since I869 20 Soufh Main S+. R. TRAVER GLOVE COMPANY 34 Easl' S+a+e S'I'reeI' Phone: 4-7223 Gloversville, N. Y. Fillh Grade al Boulevard. Success +0 +he Class of I960 g Complimen+s of RUBERTl'S BARBER SHOP Buddies! Complimen+s of SENA-I'OR'S RESTAURANT 8 Church S+. Gloversville, N. Y. Phone 4-9937 4-3449 AGENCY INC. All Kinds of Insurance Success +o +he Class of I960 8 Middke S+. Dial 5-ZZI6 N. G. SIMON Best Wishes LIBERTY DRESSING CO., INC. SMITH'S HOME APPLIANCES AUTOMATIC-GAS AND OIL HEATING Phone 4-94I9 RUBY 8: QUIRI, INC. 27 Main Sfreef 225 N. Main Sfreei' Fonda, N. Y. Gloversville, N. Y. Fonda 3-445I Phone 4-37I5 Johnsfown 6-72II Are These our senior boys? SUSSMAN SHOES Fashioned +o Safisfy 'rhe Young GaI's Dream 29 N. MAIN ST. 5-0321 TEGEO'S Frankfurfers and Hamburgers Our Specialfy Phone 5-I422 69 W. FuH'on Sf. Gloversville, N. Y. Arenifwe angels? McKibben Office Machines R. T. McKIBBEN ROYAL TYPEWRITERS C 1- -f Sales, Service, Renfals, Supplies omp 'men S O 9 Spring S+. Dial 4-95I3 Gloversville, N. Y. I0 Carpen+er S+. D h 3.44 ALFRED R. WILLIAMS, Licensed Insurance Broker TSIQP one NO- 4' RELIANCE AGENCY, INC. GENERAL INSURANCE 2I9 N. Main S+. Gloversville, N. Y. Telephone: 5-2525 CompIimenI's In Suppori' of +he Youfhs of Gloversville SAMUEL ROTHSCHILD HOUCK'S PHARMACY EARL B. PORT WILLIAM SPELMAN Props. II Wes'r FuI+on S'rree'r GLOVERSVILLE. NEW YORK Phone 5-23 I 2 We Deliver Bes+ Wishes JACK 81 JILL SHOPPE 80 N. Main S+. Specializing in Teens KINGSBORO LUMBER CO. INC. ILEI- g IIEVUE PAINT Gregory S+. A+ Greafer Savings Qualify Furnifure for Over 50 Years LIVINGSTON'S 335 Soufh Main S'I'ree1' GLOVERSVILLE Cheers! See You at PEDRICK'S 48-50 Nor+h Main S+reeI FINE FOODS Your Hosi' SAXY MARSHALL "Our Trusfed PhoIographer" Phone 4-93I2 I0 Church Sfreei' PYNE 81 SANDNER, INC. CHARLES A. SANDNER RICHARD L. SANDNER B. E. SHELL CO. I39 NorI'I1 Main S+ree+ Queens of Song CompIimen'I's of WASHBURN'S DAIRY Bes+ Wishes +o flwe Class of I960 From JESSE A. CASH and I'I1e Sfaff of ERNEST L. LUFF 81 CO. MORSE 81 JENKINS STEPHEN MAROTTA, Prop. Cleaning - Pressing - Alfering Repairing Tuxedos fo Rem' for All Occasions 99 Easf Fullon S+. Dial 4-4924 MONTANO ELECTRICAL SU PPLY CO Gvloversville, New York BATES-PARSON'S. INC. OF GLOVERSVILLE HOWARD H. WAKEMAN. Manager Sales and Service - Phones - 4-3 I 9 I 4-3 I92 4-3 I93 27I-28I SouI'I1 Main S+. GLOVERSVILLE. NEW YORK Ealing as u l BesI' Wishes WILLIAM RINGLE'S INSURANCE VAN'S SHELL STATION Corner N. Main and James S+. 4-33I9 COMPLETE CAR SERVICE SIXII1 Grade MCNGID VOSBURGH'S 79 S. Main S+. GLOVERSVILLE Disiribufors of Frigidaire Appliances Magic Chef Easy Washers Magnavox GAS, OIL AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS WHIT'S SERVICE STATION y l 258 N. Main SI'ree+ GIoversviIIe, N. Y. A+ Agamung in I959 Phone 5-222' Complimenis of THYNE'S DRUG STORE Open Every Day SH EPARD PONTIAC R. H. THYNE, Reg. Ph. W. W. THYNE, Reg. Ph. Licensed Pharmacis+s TeIepI1one 5-I4I2 280 Sou+I1 Main S+. Dial 5-20I4 I47 N. Main S+. GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK MANUFACTURERS OF FINE PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS New York-I0 W. 33rd S+. , we I . U Chicago-36 So. S'I'a+e S+. . " A 'V 51 San Francisco-I5 For'Iuna Ave. A . gig I Redwood CiI'y-29II Flood Ave. E " - v.:'. I 'III '5 acgifl ., . .. 1- I ST. THOMAS, INC. gfgffx ' . - I ' ' FOUNDED :sos GIoversviIIe, N. Y. UPSTATE HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. I3 Wilson S+. Phone 5-25I8 Roofing - Siding - Pain'I'ing WILLARD G. KOBUSKIE, Prop. Complimenis of THE KEY CLUB OF GLOVERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Brook ' - you doll. Bes'I' Wishes ERNA'S BEAUTY SALON 22 Church S+. 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Dial 4-3I79 f ASSOCIATION BLODGETT'S CLEANERS 81 TAILORS The Finesf Cleaning-The Quick Service 20 CHURCH ST. GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '60 For You Your Friends Your Communiry YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Adelman Lealher Ager 81 Banker Ahearn's Albany Business College AI's Barber Shop Al's Pizzeria Jay Aller Alvords 8: Smilh Anderson's Sunoco Argersinger's Arl Slone Ballour Bales-Parsons Bally Insurance Beman's Records Ben's Soda Bar Berger's Lealher Bergholl's Markel Bill's Bake Shop Blodgells Dry Cleaners Blodgell's Healing Blodgells Reslauranl Breslaws I52 I55 I55 I73 I6I I54 l56 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS GabeIer's Insurance GarIock's Garage Geisler's Insurance I 56 Evelyn Gibbons l54 Glove Cily Albrading I55 Glove Cily Chevrolel I54 Glove Cily Dairy I55 Gloversville Aulo Parls I54 Gloversville I57 Gloversville I55 Gloversville l60 Gloversville I69 Gloversville I55 I55 I52 I54 I55 Candy Kilchen Fed. Savings 8: Loan Knilling Company Lealher Corporalion Sporls Shop Goliger Lealher Gould's Deparlmenl Slore Grave's Gas Slalion Green's Insurance Hager 81 Tracy I52 Harper's Halhaway Insurance HazeI's Beauly Salon Hobbs 81 Zeiller Holden Lumber Brunswick Radio Corporalion Burr Lumber Calandra's Markel Cameo Beauly Salon Carbonelli Insurance Casliglione Gem Jewelers Casfiglione Gloves Chancer's Beauly Cily Nalional Bank Clarence Brown Clark 8: Bullis Clemenle's Conleclionery Coca-Cola Company Cohen's Cole's Service Slalion Collins 8: Reese Coronel Sludio Dean's Press Dieges 8: Clusl Di Mezza's Dolon's Insurance Don's Piano Shop Dorlman Drakes Food Markel Dunday's E. L. Durkee's Company Earlene's Beauly Salon Ecker's Insurance Ellon Lealher Corporalion Erna's Beauly Salon Fel+housen's Florisl Filmer Lealher Finn's Clolhing Slore Finocan's Frankel Shops Friend Fulmonl News F. C. Coal 8: Oil F. C. Machine 81 Supply Company F. C. Nalional Bank F. C. New Cars Associalion l56 Eugene Hollenbeck l56 Houck's Pharmacy l56 House Beaulilul Blinds l56 Hunler's Granile l56 Ideal Lealher Finishers l56 Jack 8: Jill I52 Jack's Ready-lo-Wear I5 Jenner's Paslry I57 John's Markel I52 Jones 81 Naudin I57 Jule's Beauly Salon l54 Junior Class ISB Key Club I57 Kingsboro Lumber l59 Kingsbury's I57 King's Greenhouse I57 Knoll 81 Holloway lbl Kobuskie Funeral Home l58 Krause's News I52 I. La Manlia 81 Sons l53 Lamonlo's I57 Laundereze l58 Laundromal l5B Leader-Herald I53 Leller Memorial Company I73 Liberly Dressing Company I52 Livingslon's I64 Ernesl Lull 8: Company l62 Lynch 8: Baird l7l Marnell Beauly Salon I52 Marlin-Deischsel Lealher l58 Marlin 81 Naylor Company l58 Mally lhe Jeweler I52 McCues Aulc Parls l59 McKibber Ollice Machines I73 Melody House I59 Louis Meyers Mildred Preslon's Fred C. Miller Moderne Sludio Modern-Way Laundromal I63 I52 I6I I73 Mohawk Tanning Na+ionaI Welding Supply Nicholson's Candy Shop A. D. 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