Gloversville High School - Oracle Yearbook (Gloversville, NY)
- Class of 1961
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Presented by the
GLOVERSVILLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
AS WE LEAVE THE OLD
AND THE PAST
The majesty of the present building-
featuring the column facade on the front.
The side view of the present G.H.S.
as seen from upper Prospect Avenue.
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G.H.S. as pictured from the Estee
The southern view overlooking the
city from the site of the new school.
The artist's conception of our new
high school to he opened in the fall
of 1961. v
A view of the actual construction as
taken at dedication time.
WE LOOK T0 THE NEW
FOR THE FUTURE
ERNEST LOREN MERITT
The first major principal of the
present building housing Clovers-
ville High School was Ernest Loren
Meritt. Having served as prin-
cipal since 1905, he automatically
assumed the reins of control when
this building was completed in
1908. He continued to serve as
principal until 1918. Throughout
his term he also devoted his ener-
gies to the presidency of the
Cloversville Teachers, Association
and the Alumni Association. He
also inaugurated the E v e n i n g
uSelf-control, consideration for
others, enthusiasm for our workw
was his motto which was adopted
by the school. Professor Nleritt
died in 1938.
WE TREASURE THEZHRECTION AND TH
BERT H. CRANDALL
WHO DEDICATED THEMSELVE
FFORTS OF THESE OUR PRINCIPALS,
O OUR SCHOOL
AVlOtl16I'lJlll1ClDEil who pl ix ed a major
role in this huilflin wx as Bert H Fran
ri'1ll He xx as appointed to this oifiu
The third major prineipal was
Arthur Ferguson. He succeeded
Bert H. Crandall as principal in
1051. He had previously held the
post of teacher and history depart-
ment head since 1026 and of vice-
prineipalship from 1016. His admin-
istration saw the estahlishment of a
three track system for each grade:
seholarship, regular regents. and
Hr. Ferguson since his retirement
in June of 1060 has heen living
on a farm in or near Salem. New
hx qupermtenflc nt ulius Warren
1021 after short terms of Howard F
Hihhle and Ht ith White Hr Crfantl ill
announced his pl'1ns to retire in 1051
Xn impoitfint than e clurin his ful
ministiation sms the elimination of the
.lfmuiry final examinations to enahle 'ill
pupils to pass automatically into the
second half of any Course.
Bert H. Crandall is currently residing
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Mr. Woodworth enjoys himself at the After-Play party After the Director has explained the graph at his right
for Seniors with his wife, Vivian, and other faculty mem- Mr. Woodworth listens to suggestions made by other mem
bers. bers of the administrative staff.
Before returning to his wife and two children at home,
Mr. Woodworth helps a student fill out an application
for a college.
We, the Senior Class of 1961, are sincerely proud to dedicate our yearbook to an
administrator whose amiability and kindness have Won the respect and friendship
of both his colleagues and the students of G.H.S. His manner and skill in adminis-
tering guidance have so fostered ambitions that most of us became honestly interested
in planning wisely for our future. For these and many other reasons, we dedicate
our 1961 ORACLE to
FRANK C. WOODWORTH
GLOVERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETES HER
RIZVGING HALLS THAT WILL
Amidst tall elms and spacious lawns a mighty
building stands with the name-Gloversville High
School-scrawled across its massive front. Yes,
Seniors of the Class of 1961, you will be the last to
enjoy the life contained within these old walls. The
Seniors of tomorrow will not share in the life of
creaking stairs and crowded classrooms nor in the
joys, tears, laughter, and happiness we have known.
No longer will her arms reach out to us, giving
us the wisdom contained within her walls, making
us the citizens of tomorrow. Our footsteps will be
the last to echo down those beloved halls. But
will the old be forgotten for the new? Will the
footsteps of the -graduating Class of 1909, now
mingled with the succeeding ones, cease to
echo? No, memories can not be erased. Her im-
pression and teachings will always remain deep in
our hearts. As the last graduating class we leave
without regret, but with remorse and tender silence
for what has stood before us as a symbol of peace,
democracy, and the American way of life. We, the
Oracle Staff of 1961, as our last tribute to the
scho-ol we love, present the theme of the 1961
HRETIRING THE BUILDINGL'
C O N T E N T S
Seniors ....,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,--,,,,,
Underclassmen .,,,, ,-,,,,-
School Life .....,,
ALWAYS BE PART OF FUND MEMORIES
Duke Miller, Director of Physical Education, pre-
pares the student body for its first pep rally of
the l960 football season. Cheerleaders and team
players were introduced.
REMINISCING EVENTS OF FUN AND PLAY
The "down" stairway is a busy
place between classes. The three
minute passing period provides
sufficient time to move quickly
The Student Council provides a number of paid
assemblies each year for student body entertain-
ment. The first was held for Seniors on Septem-
A favorite spot before and after school is the sidewalk
area in front of the building. Students congregate here
in spite of smoking restrictions.
The first floor of the high school
is usually the busiest place in the
entire school. This might be
called the Hsocial altogethernessf'
L ff 1--5.
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FA CUL TY
Consider that l labored not for myself alone
but for all 0flllCIT1 that seek learning.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION-First row: Frank Vetro, Mrs. John Wood Fred Hundertmark Mrs Robert Kunkel George Curtin Second
row Lewis Theurer, Thomas Randall, William Male, Anthony Kaisu Robert William Philip Goodheim Robert Quackenbush
MR. WILLIAM E. MALE
Superintendent of Schools
B.S., lVl.S., Albany
Chief Staff Officer-skillfully directs the
schools in the Gloversville Public School
System. Through his many years of loyal
and devoted service, he has striven to give
the schools the best staff and facilities
possible. His foresighted administration has
instituted many familiar phases of curricu-
lar and extracurricular activities. With the
completion of the new Gloversville Senior
High School, Mr. Male will have many
major accomplishments behind him.
MR. JAY HERBERT PAINTER
Superintendent of Buildings
MR. LEWIS O. THEURER
Clerk of the Board of
MARIE L, NIXON MRS. MARGUERITE
Secretary to Superintendent REGAN
A,B,, Albany Stenographer
MRS. DORIS PETRASKE
MRS. HAZEL MORENUS
Senior Account Clerk-Typist
FRANK C. WOODWORTH
MRS. BABETTE D. FRISBIE
AB., lVl.A., Albany
The position of the Curriculum Coordinator
is city-wide, dealing with the coordination of
curriculum from kindergarten through sen-
ior high school. It deals with the revision of
old curricula and the establishment of new.
Grade level and administrative meetings, bi-
monthly Curriculum Bulletins, professional
workshops and extension courses improve lines
of communication and the professional status
The maintenance of a curriculum library,
selection and recommendation of textbooks,
review of current educational materials and
practices, help to keep teachers and cadet
teachers informed about ideas and materials
that they might not find time in busy teach-
ing schedules to peruse.
Educational research to provide a better un-
derstanding of our pupils, curriculum and
teaching helps to improve our system, as does
a Central Supply Library of supplementary
books for use in all elementary schools.
The office and services of the coordinator
are available at all times to administrators,
teachers, and cadet teachers for assistance, en-
couragement or approval in all matters aca-
demic or professional.
Director of Pupil Personnel Services
A.B., lVl.A., Albany
This department was first established one
year ago for the purpose of providing better
services to our students by coordinating the
efforts of various departments under one ad-
ministrative unit. Under our present organi-
zation the following activities fall into the
general classification of "pupil personnel serv-
icesn: attendance, employment certificates,
guidance, health and dental services, education
for physically and mentally handicapped, and
psychological services. Within the past year
we have added a psychologist and full-time
attendance officer to our professional staff.
Through this type of organization we hope
to serve the many diversified needs of our
students better than we had been able to in
the past. We are anxious to be of assistance
to all students in the most effective way pos-
GEORGE C. SAUNDERS
A.B., University of New Hampshire
Atomic-powered submarines have not ob-
viated the need for the traditional type. Like
submarines, the Mold" high school will be
utilized for another segment of the education-
al system. The "new" high school, designed
for a new era, will perform its function in
that era with proficiency. Education, the over-
all task, will be served well by each in its own
Tears need not be shed for "all that is left
behind" because the truths and traditions of
the past and present will live on in the fu-
ture. Much the same as American democracy
evolved from English tradition and common
law, the past will serve as a foundation for
traditions yet to be made.
Members of the Class of 1961, who en-
deavor to attain the greatest heights of which
they are capable, will do more to commem-
orate the closing year of GHS on its present
site than any other single act or ceremony.
Let this be your pledge.
ADA H. BUSSE
A.B., M.A., Albany
Leaving the building where I've spent many
happy years as student, teacher, and ad-
ministrator is an occasion which brings be-
fore my mind's eye the thousands of boys and
girls who have been students here. They
were a cross section of youth anywhere-
some eager for learning, others resistant, but
all of them normal, lovable youngsters. Most
have become successful men and women-
some eminently so. The honor brought to
GHS by those who have achieved singular
distinction is a credit not so much to their
Alma Mater as a building but as a faculty
of earnest teachers who guided their thinking.
So, as We set our sights upon a beautifully
modern and capacious new school let's breathe
a prayer that the teachers there will mould
as wellg for according to Arthur Guiterman,
UNO printed word nor spoken plea can teach
young hearts what men should be, Not all the
books on all the shelves but what the teachers
WILLIAM R. COONEY
Director of Music
GEORGE M. SM
Director of Adult
VVILLIAM .I. RYAN
Director of Visual Aids
LAWRENCE A. MILLER
Director of Physical
Director of Industrial Arts
BS., Buffalo B.S., Oswego
MRS. ANN A. BASILEO
' I Office
MRS. MARION SMITH
High School Office
MRS. JOAN OARE
MRS. JEAN PORTER ROSE SCHWARTZ
Industrial Arts and
Adult Education Office
MRS. LAURA C. BAETENS GERALD BAKER N. BLAKE BARTLETT ROBERT BRAUN
Music Science English Industrial Arts
BS.. llhaoa B.S., Springfield BS., University of Maine B.S., Buffalo
Director of Student Activities
CAROLINE L. CASSIDY
JOSEPH CLEMENT JR. NORMAN A. CLO
B.S., Albany B.S., Ithaca
HOMER E. CHASE
B.E., Keene, N. H.
M.B.S., University of Colorado
MARY EVELYN CONNORS
Director of Athletics
JOSEPH J. CHECK
NLS., M.A., Columbia
MRS. MARGARET CONREY CAROL C. COOPS MRS. RUTH L. CRAIG
AB., Arcadia University, B-S., Albany
Nova Scotia AB., M.S., Syracuse
VIRGINIA C. FLINT
EDWARD F. DUGAN
B.S., Holy Cross
MRS. JANE M. HABLA
AB., College of St. Rose
MRS. WINTFRED FLEIG
MRS. HELEN HEACOCK MRS. RUTH P. HULTS
A.B., Syracuse BS., Albany
ESTHER M. JONES ROBERT W. KILLEEN JOHN LATSHAW MRS. MARION G. LUCAS
English Citizenship Education English English
A,B,, Mount Holyoke A.B., Middlebury AB., Oberlin B.S., Converse College,
M,A,, Iwiddlehury KLA., Columbia Spartanburg, S. C.
RICHARD A. LUCAS BRADFORD MILLER JR. DAVID A. MONTAGUE
Science Citizenship Education EHgliSh
A.B., Middlebury A.B., Albany A.B., University of Vermont
M.A., Syracuse M.A., George Washington Univ.
THIRNWOOD MORGAN IR. JAMES P. O'ROURKE MRS. BETTY T. RAIMO
Citizenship Education English Art
B.S.. University of Maine B.S., Norwick Pratt Institute
F A C U L T Y M.Ed., University of Vermont
RUTH F. ROBERTS MRS. BETSY A. ROBISON MRS. LORRAINE SAMMONS
English Commercial English
A.B., Elmira B.S., Albany A.B., Russell Sage
M.A., Syracuse M-A-, Albany
EVELYN E. STEMPFLE LEONARD J. SZUMILOSKI TILLIE M. THOMPSON
Latin Mathematics Library
A.B., Barnard B.S., Holy Cross AB., Keuka
M.A., Columbia M.A., Clark
NELLIE TYRRELL - WELLINGTON VandcWALKER PHILIP C. VERTUCCI F-DNA WELSH
Home Economics Citizenship Education Science Mathematics
B.S., Albany 5 Ph.B., St. Michael's B.S., M.S., Siena SPaHiSh
1 M.A., Albany A-B-, Smith
l M.A., Columbia
Dr. Herbert C. Hagemen, School Physician, Ruth E. Farmer, Nurse Teacher, Mrs. B.
Elizabeth Warner, Dental Hygiene Teacher. Missing: Mrs. Katherine House, Mrs. Ruth
Batty, R. Margaret Whipple.
The Health Department plays an
important role in the entire system.
It supervises inspection of all pupils
twice a year, conducts a follow-up of
communicable diseases until condi-
tion is cleared, inspection of pupil
contacts in cases of contagious dis-
eases, examination of pupils for re-
admission after a weekis illness, ex-
clusion of pupils from school
for various reasons, serve as
a consultant to the staff on health
problems, help the schools to make
adjustments for handicapped pupils,
and act as liason between the school
and the home regarding health prob-
ADDITIO AL TAFF
The Attendance Officer is a quali-
fied nurse-teacher. Her duties include
the collection of lists for all school
students illegally absent, the keeping
of records of home calls and the his-
tories of pupils who are habitually ab-
The clerk for this post also issues
Margaret E. Lawton, Attendance Officerg Kathleen E. Meritt, Clerk.
Mrs. Alice Mallory
School Lunch Manager
Mrs. Margaret Kujath, Mrs. Angie Talton, Mary Brown.
With the aid of the School Lunch
Manager, the kitchen helpers offer
well-balanced meals to secondary stu-
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SE IOR CLASS
J EAN N E GIFF ORD
MR. EDWARD DUGAN
MRS. WINIFRED FLEIG
MR. GERALD BAKER
Seniors-We're standing on the top of the ladder now, watching
the underclassmen below us. How we remember the good days past,
especially the first day in Senior High as freshmen. We found soon
after, in the sophomore year more activities, and the beginning of
our first real work, as we work our way toward the top as Seniors.
The junior year however, was the most stimulating and enjoyable,
with the purchasing of our class rings, and our first formal dance-
The Junior Prom.
Now as the upperclassmen, we find ourselves impatiently awaiting
our graduation. But-we'll never forget the fun as well as the hard
work as Seniors.
Senior Day, December 8, 1960, will be a date long remembered
by all of us, as it was then that we as Seniors were able to show our
maturity and ability by serving as teachers and administrators for
a whole day. The Senior Banquet, one of the biggest social events of
the year, was the perfect ending to a hard but rewarding day.
Thus, before we know it we will be spending our last days, as the
last class in the old G.H.S., looking back on all the wonderful mem-
ories and enjoyable events of our high school years-years which
shall never be equaled by anyone, or anything else.
C O N T E N T S
Candids .........T,,.,s,.,,,.ss...,...................,..,.. Page 60
Baby Pictures .................,s ....... P age 61
Who's Who in G.H.S. ....... ,.,..... P age 62-65
Senior Candids .........,...,, .....,,. P age 66-67
Junior Prom - ,,,.. -,- ........ Page 68-69
Senior Play ...... .....,..., ........ P a ge 70-71
Day .,,....,,, - ....... .,..,,.
Banquet ........ ..,,....
Gifted musically, riotously funny, with personality plus, likes
music, swimming, and boating-George wants to attend Hamil-
ton College and become a lawyer. Student Council-3, Basket-
ball-23 Football-3g Track-23 Senior Play Cast, IFC-3, 4g
Foreign Exchange Studentifi.
Friendly, good sense of humor, likes sewing, dancing, reading,
and skating-"Lin" hopes to attend Alfred State and become a
secretary. Felicita-3, 4g Husky Growl-4, Library ClubA2g
Oracleg Red Cross-2, 3, 43 Prom Committeeg Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Jocular, amicable, and interestingg likes gymnastics and swimming
-"Fran,' wants to attend M.V.I.T. and become a commercial
artist. Track-3, 4, Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Small, cute, and friendlyg likes to read, dance, and swim-
"Margie" is undecided about her career. Choir-4, Commencement
An introvert, but affableg likes hunting, and fishing-'4Gerry"
plans to enter the Marine Corps after graduation.
Amiable, dependable, and pleasant, likes all sports and music-
Mary would like to become a physical education teacher. Band
-2, 3, 4, FTA-4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4.
Sensitive, benevolent, and industriousg likes tennis, reading and
music-Blanche hopes to attend Albany College of Education
and become a high school teacher. Concert Choir-2, 3, 4g Mixed
Choir-2, 4g Biology-25 Felicita43, 4g Hospital Chairman-45
FTA-2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Feature Ed.-4,
Library Club-2, 3, Scitamard-2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Speaking Con-
test-2, 3, IFC-4.
Terrific sense of humor, fun to be with, likes science, economics,
and sports-John hopes to be either a chemist or an electrical
Considerate of others, silent, and activeg likes sports, read-
ing, and her church work-'6Barby" would like to become a
'youth worker. Felicita-3, 43 Oracle-Typing Chairmang Girls'
Sportw2g Senior Play Committee.
Quiet and shy, with a ready smiley likes swimming, bowling, and
typing-Marilyn is planning to attend a Junior College and he-
come a medical secretary. Felicita-3, 45 Girls, Sports-2, 3, 4.
A refreshing personality, eager to pleaseg likes television, and
radio work-"Dick" would either like to enter the field of elec-
tronics or be a mechanic. Band-2, 3, 4g Dance Band-2, 3, 4g
Jocular, intelligentg has an infectious smile, likes auto mechanics,
electronics, and golf-"Dick,' would like to attend either M.I.T.
or Harvard and be a mathematician or a physicist. F.T.A.-4,
Laurel G Committeeg Stage Crew-4g Election Board-4.
Good natured, easy going, and unassumingg likes hunting, fish-
ing and all sportsf"Bill" would like to attend Alfred University
Witty, intelligent, and jovialg likes to bowl and read-"Boh'
would like to become an architect. Husky C-rowl-3, 4.
A flaming redhead with an even temperg likes dancing, records,
and golfing-"Barb" would like to attend Alfred Agriculture and
Tech. Institute and become a secretary. Felicita-3, 4g Husky
Crowl-3, 4-g Typing Editor-4g Oracleg Circulation Manager,
Agreeable, polite, and delightful to knowg likes boating and
baseball-"Dick" would like to attend G. E. Apprentice En-
KEITH BERN ER
Whimsical and lively, given to humor, likes skiing, and skating
-Keith has no definite plans for the future. Bowling-lg Golf
-3, 4, Ski Team-2, Hi-Y-2, 3.
Intelligent, studious, sensitive-a perfectionist, likes drama,
painting, reading, and music, Ellen plans to enter Barnard Col-
lege and become an actress or a psychologist. Choir-2, 3, 4,
Accompanist-2, 4, Biology-43, Felicita-3, 4, Husky Crowl-
2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager-3, 4, Scitamard-2, 3, 4, Girls'
Sportsf2, 3, 4, Commencement Usher, Junior Prom.
Carefree and funloving-a gay blade, likes howling, dancing,
and fishing-"Jack" plans to enter the Air Force and Officers'
Reliable, courteous, and well-liked, likes water skiing and danc-
ing-Carole would like to be a beautician. Husky Growl-3,
Red Cross Council-3.
Dauntless, sincere, and optimistic, likes swimming, bowling, and
driving-'6Nan" wants to become a practical nurse. Girls' Sports
-2, 3, 4.
Reserved, hard working, and capable, likes bowling and dancing
-Carole wants to become an interior decorator.
Jovial, affable, and considerate, likes water skiing and danc-
ing-Jay is planning a career in the Air Force.
BONNIE LEE BROTHERS
Sweet, energetic, and always smiling, likes water skiing, skat-
ing, and dancing-Bonnie would like to be an airline hostess.
Biology-2, Red Cross+2, Junior Prom, Tri-Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Genial, athletic, pleasing to the eye, likes sports, weight lifting,
and garage work-Todd would like to go to a .lunior College
and become a mechanic. Quadrille Club-2, Bowling-2, 3, 4,
Cross Country-33 Track-4, Wrestling-2, 3, 4.
An honor student, svelte, and full of fung likes dancing, reading,
and music-"Jan" wants to become a teacher after graduation.
Biology-3, Felicita-3, 4, Vice President-4g FTA-4, Library
Club-2g Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council--2, 3, 4.
Easy-going, amiable, with a good sense of humor, likes baseball,
stamps, and recordsA"Don" wants to attend M.V.T.l. and become
an electrician. Choir-2, 3, 4, Movie Operator-2, 3, 4g Base-
ballh-3, 4: Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
.lovia.l, easy to get along with, likes cars and electrical work-
"Ted" would like to attend M.V.l.T. and become an electrical
A winning girl with a vivid personalityg likes skiing, swimming,
and horseback riding-"Deb" would like to become 21 physical
therapist and attend Wheaton College. ChoirA2, 3, 43 Felicita
-3, 43 FTA-2, 3, 4, Secretary-4, Co-Editor Oracle, Girls'
Sportsi2, 3g Commencement Usher, Prom Committee, Concert
Choir-3, 43 Senior Play Cast.
Well-liked by all, sophisticated, demureg likes to golf and horse-
back ride-"Nan" plans to become a dress designer. Choir-2,
3, 43 Red Cross Council-2, Concert Choir-3, 4.
Quiet, dependable, and shyg likes bowling, swimming, and cars
-"Ben" would like to attend an automobile school and further
his education. Orchestra-2, 3, 4g Football-3.
Friendly, capable, and full of pepg likes fishing, golfing, and
boatingd4'Tom" plans to attend Holy Cross after graduation.
Affable, amusing, happy-go-luckyg likes radios and guns-"Dick"
plans to enter the Navy after finishing high school. Stage Crew-
2, 3, 4.
Shy yet sincere, courteous and dependableg likes swimming and
reading-"Winnie" wants to attend Alfred State Tech. and be-
come a secretary. Felicita-3, 45 Husky Crowl-3, 45 Red Cross
Council-2, 3, 4.
SUZANN E CLEMANS
Amicable, active, and pleasant, likes sports, traveling, and read-
ing-"Sue" plans on going into the Waves after graduation.
Ambitious, quick-witted, and dexterousg likes sports, traveling,
and fishing-John would like to attend Cornell and become a
civil engineer. Choir-2, 3, Biology-25 Husky Growl-3, Foot-
ball-43 Track-3, 4, Wrestling-2, 3, 43 Prom Committee, Sen-
ior Play Committee.
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Pleasant, capable, and passive, likes cars and boats-Frank
would like to be a forest ranger.
Gay, charming, and thoughtfulg likes traveling and originating
songs--Gail is undecided about her career. Choir-2, 3, 4
Accompanist-4, Red Cross Council-2g Scitamard-4.
BETTE LYNN COLE
Agreeable, congenial, and alertg likes sports and reading-Bette
wants to attend Harwick Liberal Arts College and become a
teacher. Choir-2, 3, 45 Felicita-3, 43 Husky Growl-2, 3g Ten-
nis-2, 3, 4g Prom Committeeg Hi-YM2, 3.
S.weet, sincere-a cute blonde, likes swimming and horseback
riding-Bonnie plans on attending the University of Miami and
becoming an airline hostess. Choir-3g Prom Committee.
Reliable, agreeable, and clever, likes sports, music, and reading-
"Jack" would like to enter Mohawk Valley Technical Institute
to further his education. Bowling-4, Wrestling-2, Hi-Y-2, 3,
Sprightly, competent, and compatible, likes swimming, dancing
and records-"Lin" plans to join the Waves after graduation.
Eager, benign, and tolerant, likes skating, baking, and swimming
-"Jan" plans to become a cosmetologist at Austin School of
Beauty Culture. Choir-2, Girls' Sports-3, 4.
Warm, and vibrant, liked by all who know her, likes horseback
riding, swimming, and working on the Oracle. Cherie would like
to attend Syracuse School of Nursing and become a nurse. Choir
-2, 3, 4, Biology-3, Felicita-3, 4, F.T.A.-3, 4, Oracle Staff
Co-Editor, Red Cross Council-2, 3, 4, Treasurer-4, Prom
Cogent, athletic, a school leader, likes baseball, football and
water skiing-"Robbie" would like to go to college and become
an engineer. Student Council-3, Baseball-2, 3, 4, Basketball
-2, 3, Football-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, President of Class-
3, Commencement Usher.
EOAN NA COMBOTHEKRAS
Good-natured, genuine, and liked by all, likes books, music, and
journalism-"Wannie" wants to go to a liberal arts college and
further her education. Choir-2, Felicita-3, 4, Husky Growl
-2, 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Girls' Sports-2, Prom Committee.
Ambitious, willing, and good natured, likes sports and music-
"Butch,' wants to attend Albany State and become a teacher.
Football-2, 3, 4, Track-3, 4, Commencement Usher.
Consistant, compatible, and mellow, likes all sports-"Bill" is
going to enter the Armed Forces after he graduates. Bowling-
2, Football-2, Boys' Hi-Y-2.
DAVID DEGN AN
Obliging, enterprising, and audaciousg likes sports and automo-
biles-"Dave" is going to join the Navy after school. Movie
Operator-25 Baseball-2, 3, 4.
Quick witted, penetrating, and keeng likes sports and cars-
"Russ" is planning to join the Air Force after finishing high
school. Baseball-2, 43 Bowlingw2, 4.
.lovial and always in high spiritsg likes model aviation, music, and
swimming-"Jim" plans to enter the Air Force after graduation.
Band-2g Choir-2, 3, 4g Bowling-2.
Quiet but cordialg likes correspondence, reading, and classical
music-"Lin" wants to enter Litauer Hospital and train to be-
come a nurse. Library Club-2g Girls' Sports-2.
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JOHN DE ROSA
Harmonious, responsible, and dignifiedg likes bowling and camp-
ing-John would like to go to a business college.
Lively and impressiveg likes football and basketball-"Bob" wants
to go to St. Bonaventure or Buffalo University and become an
engineer. Baseball-2g Football-34 Track-3, 43 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
3 ' ft
Likable with a gentle temperamentg likes swimming, skating and
baking-Sheila plans to go to the College of St. Rose and be-
come an elementary school teacher. Felicita-3, 43 Prom Com-
Delightful, cooperative, and tactfulg likes all sports-"Tony"
wants to attend St. Bonaventure and become a teacher. Baseball
-25 Football-2, 3, 4.
Tranquil, refined, and melodious, likes music, sewing, and read-
ing-"Cretch" would like to become an elementary school teacher.
Choir-2, 3, 4, FTA-3, 4, Felicita-3, 4, Treasurer-4, Husky
Crowl-2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee,
Laurel G Committee, IFC-3, 4.
Sweet as they oome, full of pep, likes bowling, swimming, and
having fun--"Don" wants to attend Cortland State or Cobleskill
Tech, and become a teacher. Choir-2, Felicita-3, Husky
Crowl--2, Prom Committee.
Sincere, sprightly, and keen, likes basketball, swimming, and
popular music-"Gene" is undecided about his career. Basketball
-3, Commencement Usher.
Rational, intent, and responsible, likes skiing, hunting, and fish-
ing-"Dave" would like to be an engineer and enter Lafayette
College. FTA-4, Bowling-4, Track-3, Stage Crew-4.
E I ORS
Wary, intellectual, and admirable, likes bowling, radios, and
reading-"Bill" plans on entering the field of engineering. Bi-
"A Prince Charming"-with a fascinating personality, likes
sports, traveling, and horse racing-"Dutt" would like to attend
Boston University and become an athletic coach. Biology-3, Base-
ball-2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, 3, 4, Football-2, 3, 4, Hi-Y-2,
Gracious, lively, and coy, likes swimming, dancing, and popular
music--"Sandy" wants to become a secretary after graduation.
Quiet, sensible, and brisk, likes conservation study, and caring
for wild life-"Bob" plans to become a conservationist after
finishing high school.
Courteous, tactful, and considerateg likes painting, sports, and
popular IIll1SlC7H.lilHH wants to attend Alfred Tech. or Coble-
skill and become a secretary. Choir--2, 3, Felicita-3, 4, Girls'
Sportsk2, 3, 4, Prom Committee.
Devilish and daring, likes all sports-Mike plans to enter Becker
Junior College and become an accountant. FTA-4, Baseball-2,
3, 4, Basketball-2, 3, 4, Football-2, 3, 4, Wrestling-3.
Agreeable and willingg likes music and children-g'Di" plans
on becoming a secretary after finishing high school. Biology-25
Felicita-4g Red Cross-4.
Vigorous and pleasant to be with: likes horseback riding and
readingfludy would like to attend Skidmore College to further
On top scholastically, congenial, cheerful, likes sewing, writing,
and reading-"Carm" would like to attend Cornell University
and enter the field of chemistry or journalism. Orchestra-2, 3,
4g Felicita-3, 4g Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Co-Editor-in-Chief44g
Library-2, 3, 45 Girls' Sport Council-2, 3, 4-Q Prom Committee,
Laurel G Committee, Senior Play Committee.
Good sense of humor, happy-go-lucky, likes working on cars
and at the soda fountain-"Jimmy" is undecided about his future
A terrific personality-always ready for a good timeg likes foot-
ball, wrestling, baseball, and music-John wants to attend Holy
Cross and become a pharmacist. Student Council-33 Baseball
-2, 3, 4, Football-2, 3, 4g Wrestling+2, 3, 4: Laurel G Com-
ROBERT FERRARA '
Good character and ability, likes swimming and cars-"Bob"
plans to become a barber after graduation.
GAIL F ITZPATRICK
Cooperative and conscientiousg likes art and readingYCail would
like to become a.n elementary teacher. Choir-2, 3: Biology-35
Felicita-3, 43 FTA-44 Scitamard-4.
Honest and trustfulg likes sports, reading, and baby sitting-Eleanor
is planning a career in the field of Christian education. Choir-
2, 3, 4, Felicita-3, 43 Library Club-2, 3, 4, Vice President--43
Girls' Sports-2, 3, 43 Commencement Usher, Prom Committee.
Resolute and enjoys a good laughg likes sports and cars-
"Ronnie" plans to enter a technical school and become a me-
chanic. Baseball-2, 3, 4g Football-2, 33 Wrestling-2.
I ON GALIN SKY
Compatible, accomodating, and polished, likes all sports and
records-.Ion would like to attend the University of Massachusetts
and become an industrial engineer. Hi-Y-2, 3, 4: Baseball-2,
3, 43 Prom Committee.
Assuagious and considerate of othersg likes baby sitting and
music-"Lin" would like to go to Syracuse University and be-
come a teacher. Orchestra-2, 3, 45 Library Club-2, Laurel G
Likable, capable, and understandingg likes art and reading-
"Dave" plans to attend Ohio State. Hi-Y-2, 3, 43 Band-2, 3, 43
Cross Country-2, 3, 4g Track-2, 3, 4.
Distinct and self-restrained, likes baby sitting, reading, and
sports-"Jo" wants to attend Albany State and become a com-
mercial teacher. Felicita-3, 4, Library Club-3, 4g Girls' Sports
Gentle, sustaining, a friend to allg likes music, children, and
people-"Lou" would like to attend either Oswego or Oneonta
State and become an elementary school teacher. Felicita-3, 4,
FTA-3, 49 Scitamard-4, Prom Committee.
Suave, skillful, and a joy to be with, likes all sports and out-
door activities-'LAlbie" plans to attend a technical school and
become an engineer. Baseball-2, 3, 4, Football--2, 3, 43 Wrestling
A flirt, always blithe and mirthfulg likes all sports and cars-
"Rick" is going to Albany Hospital and become an X-ray techni'
Wise, reserved, and adept, likes hifi, photography, and his ham
radio-Joel is going to go to Mohawk Valley Tech. and become
an electrical engineer. Movie Operator-3.
Quite a gymnast, as well as being very pleasantg likes all sports
-"Barb" plans to become a physical education teacher. Orches-
tra-2, 3, 43 Felicita-3, 45 Library Club-f2g Girls' Sports--2,
3, 4g Girls' Sport Councilv2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer-3, Hi-Y
Good natured, fascinating, and enjoyable, likes all sports and
his trumpeti",loe" would like to become a lawyer and attend
Albany State. Band-2, 3, 4g Dance Band-2, 3, 4, Football-3,
4, Laurel C Committee.
Elegant, glowing, and courteous, likes swimming, Water skiing,
and ice skating-Silo" plans to attend Ellis Hospital and become
a nurse. Biology-23 Felicita-3, Quadrille Club-'23 Girls'
Sports-2, 3, 4.
CAROLE JEAN GIFFORD
Radiant, lavish, and impressive, likes her car, sports, and re-
cords-Carole wants to go to Albany State and become a lah
technician. Band-2, 3, 4, Library Club-3, Quadrille Club!
2, 3, Girls' Sports-2, 3, 4g Prom Committeeg Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Mild, gratifying, and sensible, likes football and bowling-Cor
don would like to go to Syracuse University and become a civil
engineer. Bowling-2, 3g Football-3.
Sociable, reliable, and sound, likes hunting, fishing, and base-
ball!"Bob" is undecided about his plans for the future.
Enjoyable, a jovial person, likes journalism and cartooning-
"Bob" wants to attend Westport Famous Artists' School and be-
come a cartoonist.
Ade t helpful, and pensiveg likes bowling, swimming, and horse-
baclsfiding-Marlene has no definite plans for the future.
Efficient, re-posed, and graciousg likes reading and listening to
music-"Kathy" would like to attend St. Rose College or Nazareth
College and become a teacher of languages. Band42, 3, 4, B1-
Cl b-2, 3, 4, Treasurer-39
ology-23 Felicita-3, 43 Library u
Oracle, Red Cross-2. 3. 4, Prom Committee, IFC-3, 4.
Agile, fascinating, and joyous, likes swimming and other outdoor
sports-Jeanne plans to attend Oneonta State and become a
h Choir 2 3 4' Felicitav3 4' FTAf3, 4g Oraoleg
teac er. - , , , , ,
ScitamardA4g Prom Committeeg Senior Play Cornmitteeg Secre-
tary of Class-2, 3.
Strict, understanding, and thoughtful, likes nursing, and child-
care-Claudia would like to go to St. Peter's Hospital and be-
come a nurse. Prom Committee.
A fashion plate, refined-with a well-rounded personality, likes
art, children, and people-g'Reenie" would like to attend Whee
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lock College and become a teacher. Choir 3, 4, 10 ogy
Felicitaf4g FTA-2, 3, Husky Growl-2,
Chairmang Red Cross-2, 3, 49 Treasurer-4,
ldealistic, calm, and skillful, likes skiing,
"Pete" wants to join the service when he
school. Ski Team-3.
3, 4, Oracle, Copy
hunting, and cars-
graduates from high
Witty, a good worker, likes reading good books-John would like
to be an aeronautical engineer.
Certain, joyful, and cordial, likes all sports-"Bob" would like
to be a Major League baseball player. Baseball-2, 3, 4, Bowl-
ing-2, 4, Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
MARY ANN HALLENBECK
Polished and pleasing, likes music, sports, and dancing-Mary
Ann would like to be a secretary and attend Albany Business
College. Scitamard-2, Hi-Y-2.
Sweet, a graceful dancer with prosaic charms, likes dancing, read-
ing, and boating-"Dot" would like to attend Oswego State
Teachers' College and become a teacher. Choir-2, 3, 4-,Felicita
-3, 4, FTA-4, Prom Committee.
Athletic, admirable, and pleasant, likes reading, sewing, and
sports-"Sandy" would like to attend Cobleskill Tech. and be-
come a day nursery teacher. Biology-2, Felicita-3, 4, Girls'
Sports-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee.
Serene and feminine, likes classical music, reading, and ceramics
-Carole would like to be an airline stewardess. Choir-2, 3, 4,
Scitamard-4, Bowling-2, 3, 4.
Lively and energetic, likes amateur radios and water skiing-
"Chuck" would like to enter Kenyon College and become a
teacher. FTA-3, 4, Track-3, 4.
Genuine, well-doing, and exuberant, likes golfing, bowling, and
dancing-"Peg" would like to be a housewife after graduation.
Choir-2, 3, Oracle, Prom Committee, Hi-Y-2, 4.
Talented, erudite, and vigorous, likes outdoor sports and cars
"Dick" wants to go into the Navy and be an electrical engineer.
Bowling-2, 3, 4.
Light-hearted and always ready with a laughg likes swimming
and cars-"Marty" is undecided as to his future career. Biology
-23 Football42g Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
A willing worker with a satisfying personality, likes baseball, box-
ing, and swimming-Harry wants to go in the Navy. Movie
Optimistic and helpful to others, likes skating, swimming, and
hot rod races-"Pat" plans to be a housewife. Library Club-2, 3.
Trusting, blithesome, and humane, likes swimming, skating, and
boating-"Bill" would like to go to Rochester University or Col-
gate University. Biology-23 Husky Growlw-2, 3, 43 News Editor
SS, 4, Track-3, Prom Committee, Hi-Y-4.
Facetious and sportive--a Hski lover," likes skiing, swimming,
and horseback riding--L'Betsy" would like to go to Boston Uni-
versity. Choir-2, 3, 45 FelicitaA3, 4, President-4, Husky Growl
Capable, durable, and rationalg likes cars and baseball-"Ed"
hopes to enter the Army after graduation.
Genteel, warm, and happy, likes people, records, and traveling
?"Mim" would like to attend Indiana Teacher College and
become a teacher. Felicita-4, Prom Committee, IFC-4.
A fun loving girls with a dynamic personalityg likes swimming,
skating, and baby sitting-"Andy" wishes to attend Albany
Nurses School and becomea nurse. Choir-2, 3, 4g Felicita-3,
45 Library Club-2, Oracle, Red Cross-3, 4, Prom Committeeg
Treas. of Class-3g Concert Choir-2, 3, 4.
Modest, with a likeable personality, likes baseball, football, and
bowling-"Miken would like to attend either Syracuse or Roches-
ter University. Baseball-2, 3, 4, Bowling-2, 3, 4g Football
2, 3, 4.
LINDA LEE HOVAN
Unpredictable, full of zestg likes skiing, swimming, and bowl-
ing-"Lee" would like to attend a Junior college or a business
school and become an executive secretary. Choir-3, 4-g Color
Guard-3, 45 Felicita-3, 4, Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Oracle, Co-
Editorg Red Cross-2, 3, 4, Scitamard-2, 3, 43 Prom Committeeg
Senior Play Castg IFC-3, 4.
Shy but always ready with a smileg likes science and reading-
"Loren would like to be a lab technician. Movie Operator-2, 3,
Easy going personality, with many friends, likes forestry work
and camping-"Walt" wants to attend Paul Smith's Forestry
School and become a forest ranger. Movie Operator-23 Quadrille
Club-2, Red Cross-2, Commencement Usher.
Always in good humor, with a relaxing personalityg likes me-
chanics and hunting-"Dick" is interested in construction work as
Loyal, trustworthy, and tediousg likes music-"Missy" would like
a career in Music. Band-2, 3, 43 Felicita-45 FTA-4.
Diligent, docile and activeg likes fishing and reading-"Joe"
is undecided about a career. Choir-2.
Retiring, quiet, and shy, IIKCS all sports and music-Joan is
planning to become a secretary after finishing high school. Choir
-2, 3, 4.
Always joking, makes friends easilyg likes swimming, bowling,
and horseback riding-"Jo" would like to be either an executive
secretary or a teacher. Choir-2, 3, 43 Twirlers-2, 3, 4, Felicita
3, 4, FTA-4g Husky Growl-2, 3, Oracleg Red Cross-2, 3, 4g
Scitamard-4, Girls' Sports-2, 33 Prom Committee--Senior Play
Committee, Hi-Y-2, 3.
Buoyant, brisk, and boldg likes pole-vaulting and cars-Dennis
would like to make a career of dentistry. Track-25 Prom Com-
Reliable and stableg likes fishing, roller skating, and bowling
-Garvin plans to enter the Navy after graduation.
Knowing, athletic, and resoluteg likes all sports and. collecting
rocks-"Bill" is undecided in his plans for the future. Baseball-
2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, 3, 43 Football-2, 3, 4.
Cheerful, considerate, one all should know, likes all sports, es-
pecially baseball-"Bob" would like to enter the field of electron-
ics. Baseball-2, 3, 4.
J ANETTE JAROS
Trustworthy, methodic, and practical, likes skating, drawing, and
collecting records-"Jan" would like to be a stenographer or a
Jocular, exuberant, and commendable, likes cars and swimming
-"Tony" would like to go to Oswego and become a teacher.
Level-headed, and observantg likes all sports-J'Jim" is going
to make a career of the Navy. Basketball-2, Bowling-3, 4g
Golf-2, 43 Track--2.
Sedate, generous, and undecided, likes participating in organiza-
tions, singing, and dancing-"Kathy" would like to go to New
Paltz State Teachers College and become an elementary teacher.
Biology-3g Felicita-3, 4, FTA-3, 4, Quadrille Club-2, Girls'
Sports-25 Prom Committee.
Mirthful and persuading, an extrovertg likes traveling, skiing,
and swimming-"Don" would like to go to Buffalo State and be-
come a math teacher. FTA-43 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4, Secretary-3, Presi-
NANCY J UNC
Our vivacious class clown, with an effervescent personalityg likes
horseback riding and skiing-"Nan" would like to attend a state
teachers college and become a teacher. Felicita-3, 45 FTA-3,
4, President-4, Oracle, Scitamard-4, Student Council-2, 35
Girls' Sports-2, Commencement Usherg Prom Committee, Laurel
Mellow, cordial, and efficient, likes hunting, fishing, and driving
-Larry plans to make a career of the Navy.
Confined, agile, and liberalg likes cars and musicM"Bob" would
like to become a mechanic.
BETTY JEAN KADLIC
Munificent, pacifying, and impetuousg likes popular music, ice
skating, and singing-"Betty" would like to be a secretary. Choir
Merry, mischievous, and dynamic, likes skating, and records-
Shirley would like to go to Mohawk Valley Tech. and enter the
field of merchandising. Twirlers-2, 3, 4, Leader-4.
Athletic, agreeable, and firm, likes horseback riding, bowling, and
swimming-"Barb" would like to attend Albany Business Col-
lege and become a secretary. Commencement Usher.
Intellectual, pleasant, and proficient, likes airplanes, sports, and
outdoor life-"Dave" would like to enter Purdue or Brown Uni-
versity and become an electrical or aeronautical engineer. FTA
C45 Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Track Manager
Supple and amicableg likes politics and reading-"Al" would like
to make a career in Busines Administration. Movie Operator-2,
Kind-hearted, busy, and dignified, likes music, dancing, and out-
door sportsjMary would like to attend Plattsburg State Teachers
Cogle5e2lCho1r-2, 3, 4-g Felicita-45 Prom Committee: Tri-Hi-Y
Virtuous and fascinating, likes reading and dancing-Carole
plans to attend Grace Downs Airline Hostess School and become
an airline hostess.
Upright, satirical, and industrious, likes records, swimming and
golfing-"Jack" would like to go to Albany State and become
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Silent, serious, -and polite, likes dancing, sports, and 1oafing--
Paul would like to attend Union or Harper College and become
an engineer or teacher. Basketball-2, 3, Cross Country-2, 3,
Prom Committee, Nick Stoner Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Considerate, proper, and originalg likes reading, fishing, and
photographing-"Dick" is undecided about his future.
DANIEL LA VISTA
Enthusiastic, enjoyable, and willing to work, the life of the party
+'4Danny" would like to attend Siena College and become an
engineer. Scitamard-2, Student Council-2, Baseball-2, 3,
Football-3, 4, Commencement Usher, Prom Committee, Speak-
ing Contest, Vice President of Class-3.
Felicitous, apt, and unhurried, likes billiards and hot rods-
"Dan', plans to make a career of the Army. Basketballi4, Bowl-
ing-2, 3, 4, Football-2, 4, Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Original, distinctive, and ardent, likes hunting, fishing, and ice
skating-"Bill" is undecided about his career.
Resolute, robust, and unruffled, likes swimming, water skiing
and popular music-"Mike" plans to enter the Army after grad-
A gracious, fair-haired charmer, likes painting, drawing, and
coin collecting-Linda would like to attend Buffalo State or New
Paltz State College and become a teacher. Felicitas3, 4, Husky
Growl-3, Oracle Staff, Red Cross Council-4, Girls' Sports
-2, 3, Prom Committee, Hi-YRZ, 4.
Philosophical, Questioning-proves good things come in small,
packages, likes school, sports, and electronics-"Charlie" wants
to be an engineer.
Serious, competent and clever mechanically, likes cross country,
skiing and skating-"Gary" plans to attend Canton Agricultural
and Technical Institute. Choir-2, 3, 4, Cross Country-2, Co-
Energetic, refined-a capable leader, likes basketball, swimming,
and stamp collecting-4'Chick" wants to go to Syracuse Uni-
versity and plans a career in physical education. Basketball-2, 3,
4, President of Class-2.
Warm and sparkling, with a spontaneous smileg likes dancing
and good times-"Sue" wants to be an elementary school teacher.
Choir-2, 3, 4, Felicitaf3, 43 FTA-3, 43 Oracle: Red Cross-
4g Scitamard-45 Girls' Sports-29 Prom Committee, Color Guard
Witty, ambitious, and admirableg likes music, sports, and politics
--"Mike" would like to attend Brandeis University. Band-2, 3,
4g Biology-25 Football Handbook-23 Husky Growl-2, 3, 4-g
Key Clubi2g Secretary-25 Track-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee.
A joyous girl with an amusing personalityg likes to read and
swim-"Bev" would like to be a hookkeeper after furthering her
Constrained but filled with complaisanceg likes dancing, reading,
and swimming-Alice has no plans for the future.
Our best feature writer for the Husky Growl with an epitome of
intelligenceg likes reading sports stories by beatniks-"Jim"
would like to go to Union or Harper College. Husky GrowlY3, 4-5
Key Club-2, 3, 4g Vice President-3, President-4, Laurel G
Short 'n' sweet, full of ambitiong likes dancing, traveling, and
cheerleading-"Lu" would like to attend either Nazareth or Al-
bany State and become a teacher. Choir-2, 3, 4, Cheerleaders
2, 3, 4g Captain-4g Felicitaw+3, 4g FTAf3, 4g Library Club
23 Oracleg Red Cross-2, 3, 4, Scitamard-3, 43 Girls' Sports
-42g Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committee.
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Clever, modest, and sincereg likes reading, music, and acting-
"Nita" plans to attend Cohleskill Tech and become a secretary.
Quadrille Club-23 Girls' Sports-3, Prom Committeeg Hi-Y-
Petite lass with a quick smileg likes drawing, math, and travel-
ing-Claudette wants to become a housewife in the future. Quad-
rille Club-25 Red Cross-33 Girls' Sports-2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports
Council-4, Hi-Y-3, 4.
Pleasing, agreeable, and skillful, likes art-George would like to
be a cartoonist.
Delicate, demure, and pleasurable, likes dramatics, skating,
and tennis-"Cathy" wants to go to St. Rose's College and he-
come a teacher. Felicita-4, Library Club-3, 4, Scitamardf
2, Speaking Contest-2.
Admirable, learned, and sincere, likes sports, electronics, and
model boats-"Ronny" plans to attend Massachusetts Institute of
Tech and become an electrical engineer. Orchestra-2, Biology-
2, Movie Operator-2, 3, 4, Scitamard-2, 3, Laurel' G Com-
mittee-2, Stage Crew-2, 3, 4, Audio Engineer-2, Assistant
Stage Manager-3, Stage Manager-4, Student Director, Stage
Manager-4, Ski Team-2, 3.
Knowing, self-restrained, a.nd invincible, likes music and sports
-"Ted" plans to go to college but is uncertain about a career.
Band-2, 3, 4, Dance Band-2, 3, 4, Husky Growl-2, 3, 4,
f ,Q -
Dainty, congenial, and pleasant, likes dancing, bowling, and
skating-"Jackie" plans to attend Albany State and become either
a teacher or a nurse. Felicita-3, 4, FTA-2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil-2, 3, Girls' Sports-2, 3, Prom Committee, Secretary of
Quick-witted, sociable, and hearty, likes sports, music, and read-
ing-John is planning to attend Springfield or Cortland State to
be a Physical education director. Choir42, 3, Football-2, 3, 4,
Track-2, 3, 4, Wrestlhig-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee.
Refreshing, discerning, and sportive, likes boats, cars, and sports
-John plans to go to Mohawk Valley Institute and become a
mechanical engineer. Choir-2, 3, 4, Bowling-2, Trackq2, 3, 4.
Respectful, pertinent, and generous, likes hunting, fishing, and
camping-Kurt is going to be an aircraft mechanic in the Navy. I
lReliabIe, earnest, and amiable, likes music, art, and reading-
"Dick" wants to go into the Navy. Hi-Y 2, 3g Stage Crew-4.
Agreeable, honest, and reliableg likes sports, music, and reading
4'Pete', is undecided about his future. Biology-29 FTA-4g
lE1sebaIlF2g Bowling-3, 45 Football-45 Junior Prom-3, Sen-
ior Play-4g Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Pleasing, genial, and peaceful, likes dancing, swimming, and
babysitting-Karen plans to attend Albany Business College.
lChoir-2, Twirlers-3, 4.
Our school leader-always willing to be the first in something,
likes music, reading, and dancing-'Jean wants to become a
teacher and attend either Buffalo or Geneseo State. Biology-3g
Felicita-3, 4, Sec.-4, FTA-3, 45 Library Club-2g Oracle-43
Red Cross-3, 4g Scitamard-4, Student Council+2, 3g Junior
Em-35 Speaking Contest-43, IFCw3g Tri-Hi-Y-3, 4g Pres.
Sincere, helpful, and unassumingg likes beauty culture work-
Gloria wants to attend the Royal Academy of Beauty and become
a beautician. Quadrille Club-2.
Dexterous, ambitious, and good-naturedg likes basketball, math,
and classical music-"Ed" is undecided about his future. Bi-
ology-25 Basketballf2, 3, 4g Golf-2, 3, 4: .lunior Prom-3,
Senior Play Cast, Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Outgoing, full of spiritg likes to dance, bowl, and roller skate-
"Sandy" as yet hasn't decided between a career as a secretary or
a beautician. Felicita-3, 45 Husky Crowl'3, 4.
Clever, ambitious, and pleasant, likes horses, fishing, swimming,
and music-"Bill" would like to attend Cobleskill or Morrisville
and major in selling or business.
An introvert but has many friends, likes swimming and knitting
kDarla would like a career as a secretary.
Able but not always willing, a real happy guy, likes skin diving,
hydroplane racing, and outdoor work-"Mike" would like to attend
California Tech. and become an electronics engineer. Band-2.
Attractive, gay, and sprightlyg likes dancing, collecting records,
and swimming-Melany would like to enter Albany Business Col-
lege and become a secretary. Twirlers-2, 3, 4.
CAROL ANN PERSON
Courteous, sincere, and steadfast in her beliefs, likes church
activities, baby sitting, and reading-Carol is planning on be-
coming a nurse. Felicita-3, 4, Library Club-2, 3, 45 Prom
Delicate, dainty, and sereneg likes a tall, dark-haired, darkeyed
boy-"Cindy" wants to be a secretary and a housewife. Twirlers-
Optimistic, likes everyone-everyone likes him, likes all sports,
music, and movies-'LMarc" plans to become either a chemical
engineer or a dentist. Choir-2, 3, Biology-2, Key Club-2, 3,
Baseball-3, Cross Country-3, Prom Committee.
MARY ANN PIERCE
Bouncy bundle of pepg likes cheerleading, horseback riding, and
skiing-Mary Ann would like to attend Barbizon School and
become a model or airline hostess. Cheerleaders-2, 3, 45 Felici-
ta-3, 4, Oracleg Scitamard-4, Girls' Sports-2, 3, 45 Prom
Committee, Senior Play Cast, Choir-2, 3, 4.
Sensible, trustworthy, and concordantg likes all sports and aero-
nautics-"Ronnie" plans a career as an aeronautical engineer.
Intense, spirited, and tireless, likes sports, water skiing, and
cars-Larry would like to go to Syracuse and become a public
accountant. Choir-2, Oracle-4, Basketball-2, 3, Nick Stoner
Adept, merry, and cordial, likes reading, drawing, and singing-
Denise plans to attend either Le Moyne or Nazareth and become
a psychologist. Junior Prom Committee.
Well-disposed and trustworthy, likes radios, electronics, and
chemistry-"Bob" plans to attend Mohawk Valley Tech and
become an electronics engineer. Biology, President-2, Laurel
Congenial, a comic, likes sports-"Dave" plans to enter Semmons
School of Embalming and become an undertaker. Senior Play.
Charming, exquisite, and gracious, likes popular music, dancing,
and people-'4Barbi' wants to attend Albany Business College
and become a secretary. Felicita-4, Oracle, Husky Growl-3.
Always trying, ready to help others-a real nice guy, likes sports,
science and music-4'Pete" wants to attend either Hamilton Uni-
versity or Rochester University. Band-2, 3, 4, Biology-2,
Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Baseball-2, Cross Country-2, 3, .lun-
ior Prom Committee.
Aspiring, sparkling, and compatible, likes sewing, cooking, and
swimming-"Lin" would like to go to Plattsburg State and be-
come a nurse. Choir-2, 3, 4, Biology-2, Felicita-3, 4, Husky
Growl-4, Red Cross-2, 3, 4, President-4, Scitamard-4,
Bowling-4, Junior Prom Committee, Laurel G-4, Senior
Play Committee, IFC-3, 4.
Facetious, generous, and well-liked, likes basketball, swimming,
and tennis-"Dick" plans to enter either Dartmouth or Brown
Univ. after graduation. Biology Club-2, Laurel G Committee,
Senior Play Cast.,
Industrious, full of spirit, and amicableg likes boating, swimming
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and radios-"Gene" is undecided conceming plans for the , ,
future. Key Club-33 Movie Operator-2, 3, 4, Managerg Track i'i- ,I if-
-2, 3, Manager, Prom Committeeg Stage Crew-3, 4, Assistant
Stage Manager. ,i v . .
Attentive, cooperative, and very friendly, likes bowling, baseball, 1i'f1 A
and football-"Bob" is planning to go to Albany Medical School lq vl
and become a pharmacist. Prom Committee. K S
Considerate, helpful a.nd good-humoredg likes reading, playing
the piano, and horseback riding-"Pat" would like to go to Al-
bany Business College and become a secretary. Choir-2, 3, 45
Husky Growl-23 Quadrille Club-25 Girls' Sports-2, 39 Prom
Whimsical, mellifluous, and changeable, likes people and life
-"Amy" would like to attend Albany State and become an ele-
mentary school teacher. Choir-2, 3, 4-3 Biology-33 Felicita-45
FTA-2, 3, 4, Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Oracle, Co-Editorg Red
Cross-2, 3, 4, Scitamard-2, 3, 43 Prom Committeeg Senior
Play Cast, Speaking Contest-4, IFC-3, 4g Oracle, Bus. Mgr.
Versatile, honest, and avidg likes cars, boats, and woodworking
-"Paul" plans to make a career of the Navy. Cross Country-2g
Track-2, 45 Wrestling-2, 3, 4.
Pleasing, fastidious, and merryg likes photography and all
sports-"Dot" wants to go to Maryville College. Biology-3, Feli-
cita-3, 43 FTA-4, Red Cross-43 Girls' Sports-2g Senior Play
Committee, Hi-Y-2, 4.
MARY LOU RICKMYRE
Concordant, cordial, and conscientious, likes skating, babysitting,
and swimming-Mary Lou would like to become a beautician.
Twirlers-2, 3, 43 Biology--2, Felicita-3, 4g Red Cross-2, 3, 4,
Scitamard-49 Senior Play Committee.
Masterful, trustful, and resourceful, likes all sports and cars-
"Russ" wants to be a mechanical engineer. Bowling-4.
Cute, comely, and demure, likes swimming, skating, and read-
ing-"Lin" would like to go to Oswego College and become a
Zteacher. Biology-43, Felicita-3, 4, FTA-2, Red Cross Council
Q2, 3, Secretary-4, Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee,
IFC-4, Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
THEODORE ROUADI I
A happy spirit, a jocular personality, likes all sports and cars
-"Ted" would like to attend Long Beach University. Track-3,
Commencement Usher, Senior Play Cast-4.
Handsome, suave, and athletic, likes all sports, in which he
excells-"Bert" would like to enter West Point. Student Coun-
cil-2, 3, 4, Baseball-2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, 3, Football-2, 3,
4, Captain-4, Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
Interesting, jocose, and tireless, likes football, baseball, and
billiards-"Tom" is undecided concerning his future.
Capricious, zealous, and complacent, likes water skiing, swimming,
and skiing-"Sue" wants to attend Albany State and become a
secretary. Felicita-4, Husky Growl-3,-4, Oracle, Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Play Committee, Hi-Y-2.
Diligent, pacific, and commendable, likes hunting, outboard
motors, and baseball-"Chuck" plans to become a mechanic after
graduation. Band-42, 3, 4, Orchestra-3, 4, Movie Operator-2.
Cenial, a good conversationalist, easy going, likes baseball,
basketball, and football-"Joe" plans a career in teaching after
high school. Basketball-2, Baseball-2, Football-2, 3, Track
-4, Prom Committee.
Amicable, complacent, and assiduous, likes cars, sports, and
golfing-"Dick" wants to attend Buffalo University and become
an engineer. Bowling-2, 3, 4, Football--2, Golf-2, 3, 4, Senior
Droll, shrewd, and reliable, likes cars, photography, and fishing
--"Tony" plans to make the Navy his career after graduation.
Coy, sedate and silent, likes swimming and dancing-Mary is
going to Albany Business College and become a secretary. Twirlers
--2, 3, 4, Commencement Usher, Prom Committee, Senior Play
JEAN SARGEN T
The epitome of kindness and generosity, dignified, likes bowling,
swimming, baseball, and babysitting-Jean would like to have a
career in the field of child care. Felicita-3, 4, Girls' Sports-
2, 3, 4, Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
Intellectual but very sociable, likes arts, crafts and dancing-
"Sue" plans to attend college and become an elementary school
teacher of languages. Choir--3, 4, Biology--2, Felicita-3, 4,
Husky Growl-2, 3, 4, Oracle, Girls' Sports-2, 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee-3, Senior Play Committee.
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Industrious, prudent, and docile, likes typing, art, and sports
--Mary would like to attend Cobleskill Tech and become a secre-
tary after finishing high school.
Efficient, studious, and steady, likes all sports and music-
"Ernie" plans to go to Colgate University and become a lawyer.
Biology-2, Key Club Treasurer-2, 3, Cross Country-2, 3, 4,
Golf-2, 3, 4, Prom Committee.
Happy-go-lucky, a good friend to have, likes all summer sports
-Frank would like to go to college and become a teacher. Bowl-
ing-2, 3, Golf-4, Prom Committee, Hi-Y-2, 3.
Big in spirit, has many friends, likes sports and cooking-"Rick"
wants to become a chef but is undecided about a school to at-
tend. Basketball Manager-2, 3, 4, Golf-3, 4, Prom Committee.
Out-going and considerate of others, likes boats and motors-
George plans on going to Cobleskill Tech. and becoming a busi-
nessman. Key Club-2, Quadrille Club-2, Scitamard-4, Senior
Play Committee, IFC-4.
Cheerful, kind, and capable, likes sewing and cooking-"Al"
would like to go to Cobleskill Tech. and become a home economics
teacher. Library Club-3, 4, Oracle.
JOHN SHAFF ER
Small in stature, but big in heart, likes camping, boating, and
radios-John wants to be an engineer and attend Clarkson College
of Technology. Husky Growl-4, Scitamard-4, Senior Play
Sophisticated, confident, and appealing, likes dancing, music,
and bowling-"Ginny" plans to become a secretary and attend Al-
bany Business College. Choir-2, 3, 4, Felicita-3, 4, FTA-
2, 3, Red Cross-2, 3, Prom Committee, Color Guard-3, 4-.
Comely, alluring, a.nd stately, likes cheerleading, skiing, and
horseback riding-"Mike" plans to attend Skidmore College or
Barbizon School and become a model. Choir--2, 3, Biology-4,
Cheerleaders-3, 4, Co-Captain-3, Husky Growl-4, Oracle,
Felicita-3, 4, Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
A new girl to GHS but has already made many friends, likes
music, sports, and history-"Pat" would like a career in business
and attend either Central Business Institute or Albany Business
College. Band-2, Choir-2, 4, Biology-2, Library Club-3, 4.
Our perky foreign exchange student with her irrestible smile,
likes playing the piano, swimming, and dancing-"Sigi" plans
to become a teacher. Choir-4-, Felicita-4, FTA-4, Library
Club-4, Scitamard-4, Student Council-4.
Humorous, affable, has magical talents, likes sports, swimming,
a.nd camping-"Vic" would like a career in either education or
recreation and attend either Albany State or Oneonta State. Choir
-2, 3, 4, Biology-3, FTA-4, Bowling-3, Senior Play Com-
mittee-4-, Hi-Y-3, 4-.
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Pretty, sweet, and sincere, likes music and bowling-6'Marge"
would like a career in business and go to Albany Business Col-
lege. Choir-3, 4, Felicita-3, 4, Bowling-2, 3, Prom Committee.
Amiable and willing, likes bowling, skating, and dancing-
"Dony" wants to be a housewife. Bowling-2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports
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Snappy and saucy, likes Waterskiing, swimming, and nursing-
Marilyn would like to go to Springfield College and become a
physical therapist. Twirlers-2, Biology-3, Girls' Sports-1, 2.
A sweet girl, one easy to get along with, likes popular music,
reading, and swimming-"Nan" would like to attend Albany Busi-
ness College and become a secretary.
Willing, hard-working, and capable, likes being a projectionist
-John plans on becoming a policeman after finishing high school.
Movie Operator-2, 3, 4.
Friendly, good sense of humor, likes hot rods and custom cars
-Frank wants to own his own speed shop. Wrestling-4.
Attentive, stable, and capable, likes cars and hunting-"Bob"
plans to make a career of the Air Force.
Shy but willing to do his part, likes working as a projectionist
-"Bill" enjoys television work and would like to attend R.C.A.
Technical School. Band-2, 3, 4, Orchestra-2, 3, 4, Biology-2,
Key Club-2, Movie Operator-2, 3, 4, Scitamard-2, 3, 4, Com-
mencement Usher, Prom Committee, Play Committee, Speaking
Contest-2, 3, 4, Stage Crew-2, 3, 4.
Petite, gracious, and genuine, likes skiing, boating and popular
music-"Pat" would like to become a secretary and attend Albany
Business College. FelicitaM3, 4, FTA-4, Husky Growl-3, 4,
Scitamard-4, Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
Good looking but modest, likes sports, which he is good at,
electronics, and cars-"Doug" wants to be either an electrical or
auto technician and attend Morrisville Tech. Footballf2, 3, 4,
Affable, capable, and willing, likes fishing, hunting, and bowl-
ing-"Ted" wants to be an Air Force electronics engineer.
Bowling-4, Wrestling-2, Stage Crew-3.
Candid, has a great deal of capability, likes mechanics and ham-
sterology-'4Bill" is planning to become an engineer and attend
Cornell or Minnesota University. Movie Operator-2, Bowling
Friendly, with a dynamic personality, likes swimming and cars
-"Bill" wants to attend Springfield College and become a YMCA
boys' secretary. Choir-2, 3, 4, Biology-2, Vice President-2,
Prom Committee, Hi-YH2, 3, 4, President-3.
Interesting, very likeable, and always ready to help, likes collect-
ing coins, reading, and belonging to the Key Club-Germain
wants to attend a Liberal Arts College. Husky GrowlA3, 4, Key
Club-2, 3, 4.
Good-tempered, makes friends easily, likes electronics, working
on cars, and reading-"Ed" is planning to attend Devery Techni-
cal Institute and follow a career in electronics. Choir-2, 3.
Well-liked, easy to get along with, likes dancing, sports, and
reading-6'Roy" would like to attend either Union College or
Understanding, cheerful, with good ability3 likes sports and re-
pairing cars-6'Curt" wants either to be a game warden or join
the Navy. Track-43 Wrestling-2, 3, 4.
A happy girl with a smileg likes horseback riding and swimming
-"Kathy,' would like to become a nurse and go to Bellevue
Medical Center. Choir-3, 43 Felicita-3, 43 Oracle3 Scitamard
-43 Prom Committee3 Senior Play Committee.
Calm, cool, and collectedg likes bowling and clothes-"Amy"
wants to be a teacher and go to Oswego State. Felicita-3, 43
PTA-3, 43 Librarian-43 Prom Committeeg Senior Play Com-
MICHAEL T EETZ
Robust, imperturbable, and socialg likes cars and golf-4'Mike"
would like to attend a navy school. Wrestling-2, 3, 43 Golf-
2, 3, 43 Football-2, 43 Hi-Y-3, 4, Treasurer-43 Choir-2, 3, 4.
Temperate, but hastyg likes swimming, bowling, and music-
"Pat" would like to enter Albany Business College and be a
secretary. Twirlers-2, 3, 43 Quadrille Club-23 Red Cross-2,
3, 43 Senior Play Committee3 Hi-Y-2, 3, 4.
Sweet and demure3 likes sports, painting, and reading-"Barb"
is planning on attending Littauer Nursing School and becoming
a nurse. Biology-33 Felicita-3, 43 Library Club-2, 3, 43 Red
Cross-2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports-2, 3, 43 Prom Committee.
Impetuous, animated, and friendlyg likes dancing and swimming
-"Barb" would like to attend Albany Business College and be-
come a secretary. Prom Committee.
Attentive3 a model student3 likes sports, choir, and dancing
-Claudia plans to become a secretary and attend a business
school. Choir-2, 3, 43 Felicita-3, 43 Red Cross-3, 43 Scita-
mard-43 Senior Play Committee.
A big fellow, with a warm heart, likes hunting and fishing-
'4Stan,' is undecided about his future.
Cute, full of pep, likes music and dancing-Diane would like
to become a beautician.
Vigorous, ingenous, and well-bred, likes horseback riding, music,
and dancing-"Linn would like to attend Endincott J r. College and
become a medical secretary. Choir-2, 3, 4g Felicita-3, 43.
Oracleg Red Cross-2g Prom Committee.
Judicious, reflective, and enjoyable, likes singing and sports-
"Dee" would like to become an airline hostess. Girls' Sports-
2, 3, 4.
Pretty girl with a sparkling personalityg likes swimming and
water skiing-Carole wants to he either a beautician or secre-
ta and attend Schenectady School of Cosmetology or Albany
Business College. Choir-35 Felicita-3, 43 FTA-43 Scitamard
-43 Prom Committeeg Senior Play Committee.
Cenial, aspiring, and placidg likes bowling, tennis, and records
-Cheryl would like to be a secretary and 'attend a business
school. Choir-2, 3, 4g Felicita-3, 45 Red Cross-2, 3, 45
Quiet and sincere, likes reading, music, and typing-Donna
would like to attend Amsterdam School of Commerce. Choir-2.
Pleasant, cute, and Winsome, likes bowling, swimming, skating,
and dancing-Donna is undecided about her career.
ROBERT VAN BROCKLIN
Energetic, good sense of humor and always smiling, likes foot-
ball, basketball, and golf-'gBob" would like to go to Albany
State and become a history teacher.
CECILIA VAN DYKE
Frank and trustworthy, likes sports, cooking, and traveling-
uCecilia" would like to attend Cobleskill for a business or a
nursery education. Future Teachers of America, Scitamard-lg
Open-hearted, industrious, and humorous, likes flying model
airplanes, bowling and working on cars-"Sal" would like to
be a pilot. Movie Operator-1, 2, 3.
Friendly, co-operative, and bold, likes football and dancing-
Gary would like to attend Hudson Valley and become an air-
plane mechanic. Football-3.
CATHERINE VAN VRANKEN
Stable, sincere, and likeable, likes swimming, ice skating, and
reading-"Cathy" would like to become a secretary or bookkeeper.
Sweet, agreeable, and jocundg likes swimming, records, and
reading-Shirley would like to attend Albany Business College
and become a secretary. Bowling-3, 4.
Attentive, warm and considerate, likes swimming, dancing and
popular music-Sally would like to attend Albany Business Col-
lege and become a secretary. Twirlersg Felicita-4, Oracle Staff 5
Quadrille Club, Red Cross-4g Scitamard-4g Girls' Sports-2,
Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee, Hi-Y-2, 4.
Enthusiastic and compatible, likes building hot rods, entering
hot rod shows, and collecting hot rod magazines-"Terry" would
like to own and operate a speed shop and garage.
Stately, refined and gracious, likes music, dancing and sports-
Linda plans to go to Albany State Teachers College and become
a high school math teacher. Biology-3g Felicita--3, 4g FTA-
3, 45 Girls' Sports-2, 43 Prom Committee-3g Tri-Hi-Y-2, 4.
Cheerful and mellow, a snappy dresserg likes dancing and water
skiing-Betty would like to be an elementary school teacher.
Band-2, 3, 43 Husky Growl-35 Oracle.
.Ambitious, with a winning personality, likes cars and sports-
Bruce has no definite plans for the future.
A new girl at school, but has already won many friends, likes
dancing, skatingg and singing4"Jan" wants to go to college to
become a nurse.
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Genial, persistent and genuineg likes bowling, school, and
dancing-Leonard wants to go to Buffalo University and become
a dentist. Football-2, 3, Wrestling-3, Choir-2, 3, 4.
Pleasant, admirable, and agreeableg likes all sports-Gary would
like to attend M.V.T.l. and become an engineer. Cross Country
-3g Key Club-3, Football-45 TrackA3, 43 Nick Stoner Hi-Y
Sportive, imaginative, and jovial, likes all sports-.lack wants
to go to college, to become a teacher. Baseball-2, Basketball
-2, Football-3, Senior Play Cast.
Vigorous and valiantg likes sports and records-",lim,' would
like to further his education at Colgate. Transferred from Pitts-
ford H.S., Rochester, N.Y.-33 Basketball-23 Soccer-2g Base-
ball-Zg Teachers' Club--2g GHS-Basketball-3, 4g Baseball
-3, 4, Hi-Y-4.
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MOST SHY OF OPPOSITE
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
THE TALL AND SHORT OF IT
Don Dutton, GHS powerful end, poses in spare time with
all his friends-two dogs and a football.
Nlr Dugan, with the assistance of Mr Miller, explains to his 7th period history class how to use
the voting machine Following the explanation, students prepare to cast their votes for the school
Joe Garofalo picks up
every little piece of paper
for having committed a
similar deed witnessed by
a homeroom teacher.
A constant supporter of
football games, dances and
many other school activi-
ties is one of the most
popular girls in the sen-
ior class-Eonna Combo-
Bob Ruller, Don Dutton, Don Judge, and the boys try to
figure out what will balance the scales in Mr. Lucas'
Mrs. Mallory is depositing tl1e proceeds of the
daily luncheon sales. Proceeds were unusually
large today because of the students' favorite-
spaghetti and meatballs.
C0-editor Cheryl Davin and typist Alvina Seeley gave up many a Saturday morning to put
together the 1961 Oracle. Shipments made the deadline because of the constant effort of the staff.
On voting day, Roy Lor-
enzi prepares to cast his
ballot whlle others, An-
drea Hornett and Stanley
Rubin and Cheryl Tomek
wait their turn.
Mr. Check's sixth period
class is studying the proh-
lem of immigration. The
admission of a Yugoslav
immigrant, Emilija Orsag
made this topic realistic.
As the couples entered the
gym, they were greeted
warmly by the reception
line. This was Mr. Fergu-
son's last Prom.
The decorations committee
worked diligently for weeks
before the big night. Here
Mary Scribner is helping Mr.
Szumiloski put up a palm tree.
During the intermission,
underclassmen s e r v e d
punch and cookies to
prom-goers. Nancy Brown
and Bob Blark look ap-
Freddie Clute and his band
provided dreamy music for our
lovely prom, enchantingly
titled, MBali Halif' The band
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The king and queen with thcir court. From left to right: Mary Ann Pierce, Jean Parker,
Sue McCullough. Nancy Jung. Don Dutton-King, jackie Blosconi-Queen. George Abdella.
lloli Cole, John Ferdico, Danny Lavisla.
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After the crowning, our king and queen led the grand
march in which everyone participated. This prom had
the largest attendance to date.
During the grand march, the highlight of our wonderful
dance, the couples made an arch, under which our king is
escorting our queen.
First row: N. Jung: D. Browng M. A. Pierceg S. McCulloughg E. Fosmire.
Second row: G. Abdellug L. L. Hovang B. Alterg J. Garagalog D. Judge, M.
Pellegrinog D. LaVistag J. Yanno: J. Ferdicog A. Riccitiellog D. Reese. Third
row: T. Nicholsong C. Fitzpatrickg S. Savrong E. Hathawayg P. Hansong J.
'cDino,,' the Senior Play of the Class of '61, was put on four times during the week of November 16-18. The Estee
grades saw the first performance Wednesday afternoon, and the following afternoon the Juniors and Seniors saw it.
Friday was opening night to the public, which was followed by an 'cAfter Play Party." The play cast, and play com-
mittees were invited, with the privilege to ask one of their friends. The following night, Saturday, was the last per-
formance of the play.
First r0w.' L. Raimo, G. Fitzpatrick, C. Farr, R. Newbower, B. Hathaway, E.
Bernstein, M. Goodheim. Second row: D. Prohaska, C. J. Gifford, J. Bruce, L.
Ackerknecht, S. Ward, A. Hornett, K. Guarnieri, N. Brown. Third row: L. Maiel-
lo, D. Trippoda, C. Pellegrino, L. Tremante, M. Scribner, M. L. Rickmyre, J.
Gifford. Fourth row: G. Sperber, W. Dunning, R. Argerslnger.
Due to the constant prompting and pushing of Mr. David Montague, dramatics teacher and director of the play,
and Ronald Newbower, student director, the play was ready on time. Of course, this wouldn't have been possible with-
out the complete cooperation of the cast as well as the tireless effort of the committee.
Dino, portrayed by George Abdella, is a story of a young teenage boy who has taken the wrong road of life. Re-
turning from reform school after four years, Dino finds that life can be good and rewarding depending upon what
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one makes of it. Shirley, portrayed by Blanche After, IS the shy girl who is able to talk to Dino an steer rm on 0
the right road of life. The play ends on a happy note with Shirley and Dino enjoying themselves at a school dance.
Richard Reese replaced Mr. George Saunders as
pal of CHS.
The Senior Day Committee met regularly each week to prepare assignments for
teachers and administrators.
Louise Franco replaced Miss Mary Evelyn Debbie Brown taught the French
Connors as Guidance Counselor. mar hook.
Carmen Farr replaced Miss Ada Busse as Vice-princi-
pal of GHS.
The big day for Seniors was December
8, 1960, when every administrator or teach-
er found his place talcen over by a Senior.
Turning the tables on our teachers was an
educational experience as well as an enjoy-
able experience. This day was an illustra-
tion to show the GHS students not just the
joy of teaching a class but the preparing
beforehand and the paper correcting after-
ward that goes with it.
The Committee for Senior Day was di-
rected by Mr. Edward Dugan, one of the
II class how to translate sentences in their gram-
.loseph Roy replaced Mrs. Babette Frisbie as Cur-
advisors for the Senior Class. The commit-
tee consisted of Deborah Brown, William
Dunning, Jeanne Gifford, Michael Mills,
Peter Pollak, Mary Scribner, Germain Sper-
ber, and Linda Wilson.
The day was concluded with a banquet
which was held at the YWCA. Originated
by the Class of 1946, there was no doubt
that Senior Day has become one of the
most eagerly anticipated traditions of the
Richard Bernard replaced Mr. Frank Woodworth as
Director of Pupil Personnel Services.
Linda Wilson taught her students the fundamentals of art. The preparation for
Christmas cards made this an interesting lesson.
Terry Warner explained the policy of unrestricted submarine warfare as practiced Eoanna Combothekras taught her Biology stu-
hy the Germans during World War I.
dents how to distinguish between different
kinds of ferns and plants.
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The banquet was attended by more than 200 sen-
iors, faculty members, and guests. All were at the
YWCA long before the serving time of 6:30.
Girls were seated first and asked to leave the seat
next to them vacant. All this provided for a lot of
fun and frolic.
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The Senior Banquet Committee was, supervised by Mrs Winifred After a delicious meal on a country style basis, the group
Fleig, one of the Senior Class Advisors. They planned for the listened to their guest speaker, Attorney Robert Sise, Mont
place, meal and entertainment. gomery County Children s Court Judge
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STEPHEN VAN DYKE
KENNETH VAN HOESEN
Rose Ann Cirillo
Marv Catherine Smith
Carol Ann Wager
Leisure reading broadens one's knowledge. The high school
library subscribes to many periodicals in order to please
the varied tastes of the student body. This brings many
students to the library during their free periods.
English 3 is the beginning of the vast knowledge one learns by
reading plays and verse by the well-known writers, such as Shakes-
peare, Poe, and Tennyson. The pupils of one of Miss Roberts' classes
are considering on paper their ideas about one of the poems just
Mr. Szumiloski's math class is deeply absorbed in the intricacies
of a math problem. ln recent years GHS has offered an experimen-
tal math course in the 12th year for exceptionally-abled students.
During 1960-61, it was directed by Mr. Chase.
Underclassmen had their plctures taken on the stage of the
Auditorium. The brief respite from class was enjoyed by
all. Students wait impatiently for the returns. Exchange
day proves to be an enjoyable event.
Parlez-vous francais? In our high school, French
is the most popular of all the language courses
foffered. Students also have the opportunity
to take Latin or Spanish. Perhaps our curriculum
may be expanded in the new building to include
Russian and German.
One of the most exciting and memorable events in the junior
year is picking out the class rings. These are ordered early
in the fall and arrive usually before the Christmas holidays.
This plan was inaugurated to provide more time for the wear-
ing of the ring while the purchasers were still in attendance
at the local high.
Under the direction of Mr. Dugan
and Mr. Miller, all American his-
tory classes were privileged to
participate in the mock conven-
tion of the two major political
parties. The enthusiasm exceeded
all expectations. It probably will
be renewed every four years or
be exercised each year with the
elective high school offices.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS-Seated: Jon Chetwynd. Standing:
Mr. Robert Killeen, advisorg Miss Carol Coops, advisorg Richard Fisher, Linda Scribner.
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World history is a trying experience for Sophomores, es-
pecially those who are scheduled for regents. The subject-
matter for this course includes twice the amount of material
that formerly was associated with the state courses called
History A and B.
This Sophomore class is learning to adjust itself to the change
in schools. Mathematics becomes so involved in the course called
Geometry that many students lose their taste for the subject. ln
recent years, more stress has been placed on Business Arithmetic
and Practical Mathematics.
U DERCLASSME S AP
The overflow from study hall is required to spend its free time in
the high school cafeteria. As the morning wears on, it becomes
more and more difficult to study because of the many delicious
aromas. The next high school building program will provide better
facilities to cope with this problem.
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Underclassmen are using the high school library for extra
reading. The library with all its resources opens up many
new avenues for an incoming class in senior high. The
facilities in the new building should provide adequate space
for pupils seeking room to work on research topics.
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Mr. Vertucci, instructor in Biology, makes his lecture
realistic by use of the human body in his classes. In
recent years the Board of Education has been ap-
propriating more funds for science.
Latin students are happily entertained by a short talk by one of
the students in a class dealing with Caesar. Later on they will
enjoy a feast of Saturnalia, with one designated as emperor.
This is another side to school life. Or-
ganizations within the school and with-
out are constantly demanding the pre-
sence of our high school pupils at their
French is accepted as a basic language in our curriculum. Our new On the other hand, students study diligently during
building will provide listening booths for better learning in languages. free periods to allow for extra-curricular activities
This will also take care of the individual needs for students who are after school and their own during the evening.
taking language courses.
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In spite of urgency and deadlines,
the co-editors of the yearbook
found sufficient time to relax and
delve into items of interest other
than journalistic practices. These
co-editors gave ,up their free
periods to produce an enlarged
volume for the spring of 1961.
6'Uur G.H.S. student . . .
Cross Country is a grueling and enduring ordeal.
Some of the Veterans of the 1960 season were lined
up for a run through the streets of Gloversville for
a mile and a half. The team experienced a normal
season as to wins and losses.
The cheerleaders were exceedingly active in support
of the teams of GHS. All kinds of devices and
gadgets were introduced under the direction of
Lucy Maiello, captain, to enliven the spirit of the
All wrestling members who are
to participate in an inter-scholas-
tic match are weighed in by the
referee, Mr. George Van Heusen
of Schenectady. This determines
whether or not a wrestler is eli- as
gible at the time to participate.
The weights extend from the 95
pound class to unlimited weight.
"Is loyal and prudent, . .
The crucial game of the 1960 season was a score-
less Cloversville-Johnstown tie until the last few
minutes of the fourth quarter. Coach Baker has
sought this victory for the past three years. His
instructions at this moment went in vain.
As soon as school is released, the inevitable question
arises as to where one is going or what one is going
to do. The plaza area in the front of the school is
the most favored meeting zone. Here the hopes and
fears of the students are audible day after day.
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Music plays an important role at football games as well as
at other functions. For the past year the organization
raised money for new uniforms. These arrived in Januaryg
so the smartness of the hand was not shown off until the
spring parades and rallies.
The students of GHS gave real support to their teams this
year. In fact total attendance and receipts took an upward
leap in contrast to those of the previous year. These school
boosters also gave encouragement to the cheerleaders. Out-
siders knew GHS was present at games.
S C H 0 0 L "W ith self control outstanding over all . . .
For the first time through the effort of two Citizenship Education instructors, our student
body was extended the opportunity of holding mock political conventions. The Democrats
were boisterous as usual. Much of the enthusiasm carried over to the regular presidential
Lunch hour commences at 11:30 in the secondary school
system and continues until 12:30. Those who are for-
tunate to be scheduled for fourth period study hall are
quickly served. Those who come last, find a long line to
take advantage of the low-cost meals.
"Considers the other . .
A football team may have offensive and defensive squads.
Yet many boys sit on the bench patiently game after game.
These boys are the real rooters and supporters of all teams
and at the same time remain ready to contribute their share
to the success of any sport.
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A glamorous dance calls for much preparation and work on the part of all committees,
especially that of decorations. The theme of the Junior Prom specified decorative material
symbolizing the South Pacific islands. On Saturdays it was not unusual to find the com-
mittee painting scenery.
It was one thing to plan to decorate for the
big prom. It was another to make the dec-
orations and to hang them in the Boulevard
Auditorium-gymnasium. Jeanne Cifford's
arrangement was greatly appreciated as
balls of petals descended upon the dancers
at the close of the formal.
"A friend and fl brother . .
To minimize cost of banquets the Felicita
Cluh is usually prevailed upon to serve the
large groups that attend school banquets.
For the Senior Banquet, the junior girls
of Felicita served some 220, starting off
with tomato juice. At such affairs, the
girls are constantly beckoned by students
at a table to be given more and more.
One of the biggest thrills in school is to board
a bus for a field trip or a picnic or a scholastic
game, especially when the occasion occurs on
a regular school day. Little does it matter that
a parental signature is required to go or that the
affair will last one day or evening. "We're
going" is the statement that counts.
Alan Wemple, an outstanding athlete of the
20's, was a guest of honor at the GHS Sports'
Banquet night. Saxy Marshall proudly exhibited
to Alan a leather skin that was later signed by
all the couches and guests who attended the
function at the YWCA. The Wemple trophy
is awarded each year to the athlete who excels
in teamwork and talent.
Our school days would never have been
the same without pep rallies before the
big games. The crowd was hilariously treat-
ed by the belles of the football team whose
antics captured the plaudits of all. These
activities are usually held in the Estee
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This is not a mistake. In the boys' gym
classes, the young men are trained to jump
rope. All this helps to build these fellows
physically. During the year, Duke Miller
with the aid of Jerry Baker will .have put
the boys through the paces of gymnastics,
boxing, volleyball, softball, and close drill.
The football players enjoyed immense popularity
as they defeated Mont Pleasant and Amster-
dam. The expressions on their faces showed
the true esprit de corps. If this room at the
fieldhouse could talk, many stories would once
The Key Club usually conducts a drive for funds
by offering a car wash to the people of Clovers-
ville in the fall or in the spring. One group last
time established headquarters in the courtyardg
the other group washed in the front. There were
plenty of suds and funds all the way round.
S C H 0 0 L "Dear old Cloversville
Pride of our many valiant sons . . .
Saxy Marshall, owner of Pedricks, was honored
at the football game between Gloversville and
Saratoga for the years of loyalty he had-served
as a lineman for GHS. He was thanked pub-
licly by the officials of the Physical Education
Department, those of the school system and
the president of the Board of Education.
Pep rallies were held in the adjoining building,
Estee. Miss Busse's careful plans paved the way
for a quick exodus of GHS. Every now and
then groups or classes would be called to at-
tend a special meeting in Estee or witness a
movie in the projection room. Whatever it was,
all enjoyed the movement for it brought friends
together again for a while.
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"When out on life's ocean L I F E
With hearts of devotion, . .
The Senior Play is one of the high spots of the
school year. If a senior does not make the cast,
he can still show his interest by joining one
of the many committees whose function it is to
contribute to the success of the play. One of
these is the make-up staff where paint and
powder are mixed freely.
As for teachers, the favorite spot is the teachers'
room located on the first floor. The facilities
are ample to allow complete relaxation or to
work comfortably marking papers. Most pleas-
ing of all are the Coca-cola machines dispens-
ing one's desires.
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The after school detentions are conducted twice a week at 3:l5 under the di-
rection of Mr. Bradford Miller. Some afternoons there were much larger groups
in 8th period.
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the Superintendent's office.
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Dressmaking and food preparation prove to
be fascinating in homemaking courses. Even
boys are tutored in the art of cooking.
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""'W'i this room. But they can imagine the prepara-
' tions that go on in the girls' room before
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as n of our 'Uzct rzes won.
December 16th was celebrated in Room 103 as the Feast of Saturnalia. The
Romans of today lived up to the Roman reputation of yesteryear.
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TUDE T COUNCIL
This year the Student Council is advised by Mr.
Chase and Miss Busse. Every Tuesday morning it
meets to plan the efficient functioning of G.H.S.
This student government performs a great deal
of invaluable service to our school each year. This
year all the money raised will go towards furnish-
ing the new school. Some of its projects are a dance,
a card party, and checking coats at basketball
games. lt also sponsors our annual "Dress Up Dayf'
President Jean Parker is presiding over a Tuesday morning meeting
while Secretary Nancy Jung takes the minutes.
First row: Miss Busse, Nancy Jung, Robert Cole, Donald Dutton, Mr. Chase. Second row: Mike Christiane, Neil Evans, John
Ferdico, Jackie Mosconi, William Spelman, Ann Marie Paciolla, Nancy Sicilia, Steve La Mantia. Third FUWI Jennie Painter, GIHCC
De Long, Robert Ameduri, Jon Chetwynd, Gary Kniskern, John Franco.
The card party in January
sponsored by the Student
Council and the Friendship
Club was well-supported by
the public. Miss Meritt reg-
istered names for possible
Student Council members do-
nate much of their time in
checking coats at basketball
games and other functions.
In a special session after
school, members of the Stu-
dent Council met with Mr.
Chase, their advisor, to dis-
cuss plans for a mid-year semi-
The Oracle Staff under its advisor, Mr. Check, worked many long
hours to prepare the 1961 yearbook. It seemed that unforeseen diffi-
culties kept arising and that deadlines were much too early. How-
ever, with the cooperation of everyone, we managed to finish on
The Under-editors are:
Senior Write-ups-CHERYL DAVIN
Senior Ballot-JEANNE GIFF ORD
Copy Editor-MAUREEN GOODHEIM
Art Editor-LINDA RAIMO
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Eilliprdouliinddzinlidpiitlh.egldcezfinii roiail: zlsucy?Sliflfzii1eHo,eliii'ry Sahriigher, liflary Ann Pierce, Debbie Brown, Jackie Mosconi, Sue Savran, .lean
Barker, Mary Russo Alvina Seeley, Linda Hovan. Third row: Mr. Check, Eoanna Combothekras, Janice Bruce, Betsy Hathaway, Maureen
Goodheim, Amy Riecitiello, Kathy Suda, Jo Ann Izzo, Sue McCullough, Linda Tremante, Cheryl Davln.
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The Oracle is indebted to its
hardworking typists who dedi-
cated many hours of their
time. Alvina Seeley and An-
drea Hornett were part of the
"7th period crew."
In May, the editors already had
done a lot of work on the
rough plans. Cheryl, Amy, and
Debbie are discussing the prob-
lem of expenses.
Alvina and Debbie thought the
day would never come when the
task would be finished. But it
did, and they were able to send
in the final copy.
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TED N ICHOLSON
First row: Pollak, Harris, Warren, Bernstein, Sololsky, Goodbread, McVean. Second row: Alter, Hastie, Abdella, Farr, Sammons, Nicholson
Hohler, Mace, Goodheim. Third row: Sullivan, Clemente, Hornett, Dye, Lake, Savran, Clemente, Schwed, Zaleon, Robbins, Quivey, Wheeler
Sanges, Schlanger, Schoenberg, Ferrara, MacDonald, Fourth row: Hovan, Mills, Coco, Sweeney, Champoux, Bruce, Riccitiello, Argersinger,
Sammons, Hopperworth, Hathaway, DeRosa, Ackerknecht, Cuccurullo, Sicilia, Vaughn, DeCruttalo, Carangelo, Rose, Carroll, Allcock
Fifth row: Laird, Pollak, Brickner, Ross, Hathaway, Goldstein, Rosenberg, Cohen, Lynch, Sperher, Robbins, Smith, Tooker, Palmateer
Ruggiero, Leo, Paciolla, Ecker, Scribner, DeLong.
The Crowl Staff and their advisor, Mrs. Sam-
mons, work long hours to publish the school paper
five times a year. The paper has many features of
interest to CHS students. These vary from school
news and gossip to editorials. The Growl is read
and enjoyed by all.
Co-editor TED NICHOLSON
News Editor BILL HARRIS
Feature Editor BLANCHE ALTER
Editorial Editor ELEANOR ABDELLA
Sports Editor PETER POLLAK
Circulation ELLEN BERNSTEIN
Business Manager DAWN WARREN
On the day of distribution, circulation manager, Ellen Bernstein, and her
staff count out the necessary number of papers for each homeroom for proper
CARMEN F ARR
Future Teachers of America is a four-year old
organization. It has dedicated itself to helping in-
terested students find out about the teaching pro-
fession. Its meetings are held every other Tuesday
noon in the auditorium under the supervision of Mr.
Leonard Szumiloski, club advisor, and Nancy Jung,
club president. Its special programs include talks
by counselors and teachers, movies, and slides of
various colleges. A cake sale and a dance are spon-
sored by FTA annually. Attendance has been very
good these past years, although there has been a
lack of male members until this year. The club's
biggest project is the teacher's aide program which
benefits both the member and the teacher.
Mrs. Lucas' student teacher, Miss Martorelli, is telling the
club about'her college, Albany State, and some of her
experiences in G.H.S.
First row: Knowles, Angello, Sgambato, Judge, Paciolla, Hampshire, Elzenbeck, Franco, Gavrill, Bernard. Second row: Savran, Izzo, Hornett,
Jung, Szumiloski, Brown, McCullough, Gifford, Franco. Third row: Kramer, DeSimone, Carroll, Marotta, DeLong, Hastie, Hoppenworth,
Hathaway, Spear, Zaleon, Brickner, Goldstein, Pollak, Durkee, Maiello. Fourth row: Ross, Haller, Rosenberg, Ruggiero, Van Dyke,
Shwartz, Robbins, Bronk, Hidde, Banker, Oatout, Johnson, Papa, Lopuch, Richtmyer, Wilson, Hazzard, Plumadore, Perharn, Alter. Fifth
row: Fabozzi, Coon, Kennedy, Dwyer, Leo, DeCruttalo, Carangelo, Paciolla, Batty, Castiglione, Charboneau, Saunders, Parker, Bruce,
Davin, Fitzpatrick. Fifth row: Skiff, Wheeler, Marlitt, Coco, Schoenberg.
Felicita Club of G.H.S. held its first regular meet-
ing in 1924, with 25 members.
Today Felicita Club has a membership of ap-
proximately 120 girls, composed only of Senior and
- Junior girls. Its president is Betsy Hathaway and
its advisors are Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Craig, and
The club performs service work for the school
and the community. For the school it works in the
Study hall during the noon hours, ushering at
basketball games, selling coke and candy to raise
money, does routine clerical work in the high school
A-giiffff office and health offices, and assists when asked
in any community fund drives.
Margaret Smida and Betsy Hathaway are patronizing Felicita
girls Mary Smith and Mary Fisher at one of the basketball
First row: Hornett, Hovan Maiello, Donnelly, Palinateer, Pierce, Jung, Brown, McCullough, Gifford, Franco, lzzo, Tremante, Riccitiello.
Second row: Richtmyer, Lopuch, Guarnier, Alter, Bruce, Mrs. Craig, Hathaway, Parker, Tartaglia, Wilson. Third row: Combothekras
Foster, Farr, Fitzpatrick Savran, Ackerknecht, Rostron, Suda, Barker, Spinelli, Chatterton, Tichy, Butz. Fourth row: Ernst, Russo, Bell
Davin, Johnson, Thompson, Raimo, Rickmyre, Tomek, Sargent, Scribner, Smidu, Fosrnire, Swarts. Fifth row: Cole, Gifford, Gifford, Hall
Hammersmith, Baird, Berstein, Person.
Scitamard, under the direction and leadership. of
Mr. Montague, works to give its members knowl-
edge and appreciation of and actual participation
in dramatics. The club puts on numerous plays for
which the members compete for parts. It also spon-
sors the Prize Speaking Contest each year. Some-
day we hope to see the names of outstanding Seita-
mard members in lights.
ifeea""' "S or
Some of the members of Scitamard are rehearsing for the
Christmas skit, which is offered annually for the public.
First row: Tremante, Sellmeyer, Ward, Parker, Izzo, Jung, McCullough, Pierce, Gifford, Franco, Maiello. Second row: Suda, Klopot,
Alter, Reppenhagen, Mr. Morgan, Newbower, Hovan, Kempf, Brace. Third row: Wheeler, Palombo, Miller, Smith, Papa, Betor, Car-
angelo, Paciolla, Bernstein, Fitzpatrick. Fourth row: DeSimone, Hoppenworth, Rector, Plumadore, Hidde, Davin, Rosenberg, Quivey,
Raimo, Thompson, Rickmyre, Tornek, Brickner. Fifth row: Shapiro, Leo, Handy, Perrone, Goldstein, Schlanger, Bronk, Evans, Jenner,
Robbins, Van Dyke, DiCruttalo, Haller, Hathaway, Smith, Smith.
Cheerleaders were dismayed by what happened in favor
of Johnstown at the last football game. .lean Durkee still
doesn't believe it.
This year's cheerleaders are the best ever. Their
contagious pep and enthusiasm has been caught by
all of us attending the games and pep rallies. Un-
der the leadership of Lucy Maiello, varsity, and
Sheila Kasson, Junior Varsity, they have done much
to bolster our school spirit. Aided by their advisor,
Mrs. Habla, both squads have given fine perform-
ances at all the basketball and football games.
First row: Leslie Kraemer, Diane Vaughn, Sheila Kasson, ,layvce Captain, Linda Scribner, Rosemary Smith, Renee Shapiro. Second row
.lean Durkee, Conniejo Betor, Mary Ann Pierce, Mary Scribner, Dede DeLuca, Lucy Maiello-Varsity Captain, Norma Klopot, Stephanie
One of the ablest and most attractive groups of
C.H.S. is the twirlers. The girls are directed by Mr.
Norman Clo and led by Shirley King. They have
marched in parades and during half-time at the
This year a new group has been formed. It con-
sists of seven girls and is called "Shakerettes.,' They
made up a routine and performed in the ceremony
honoring Saxy Marshall and also in the G'ville-
COLOR GUARD: Eleanor Abdella, Linda Lee Hovan
Virginia Shields, Pam Haller, Sue McCullough.
First row: Dudley, Oathout, Parenti, Willis, Rupert, Myers, Quackenbush, McCabe, King, Betor. Second row: Pollak, Sullivan, Ross, Richt-
myer, Klock, Reek, Furbeck, Dwyer, Blodgett, Painter.
This organization, under the supervision of Mrs.
Raimo, does a great deal of useful services for the
community. For the second year, its members are
making afghans for the veterans, hospital. Also to
raise money is their sale of cupcakes at noon and
the sale of mums for the Gloversville-Johnstown
game. Each Christmas, the club buys toys for the
children in the hospital.
During the lunch hour twice a month or more, members of
the Red Cross would meet with Mrs. Raimo or Mrs. Hults
to promote a project for a veterans' hospital.
First row: Suda, Ward, Tomek, Rickmyre, Thompson, Izzo, Hovan, Maiello, Hornett, Parker, Riccitiello. Second row: McCullough, Davin,
Raimo, Mrs. Hults, Mrs. Raimo, Ackerknecht, Rostron, Guarnier. Third row: DiCruttalo, Miller, Ruggiero, Carroll, Rector, Wheeler,
Schoenberg, Betor, Smith, Carangelo, Palombo, Chatterton, Sullivan. Fourth row: Swarts, Klymdow, Zaleon, Cuccurullo, De Rosa, King,
Sanges, Hornett, Raimo, Bruce, Goodheim, Richtmyer, Lopuch.
The purpose of this organization, under the super-
vision of Mr. Philip Vertucci, is to raise money
for the purchase of biology lab equipment. This
year the club has attended several lectures and again
is planning to sponsor the "Amoeba Crawlf' an
annual record hop.
Officers of the Biology Club begun to plan with the aid
of Mr. Vertucci for a round of activities to begin around
the middle of January.
First row: Cavrill, Bohne, Santoro, Cook, Bcebe, Simonson. Second row: Hathaway, Lansing, Paciolla, Izzo, Mr. Vertucci, Mrs. H. Hea-
cock, DeLuca, Scribner, Kraemer. Third row: Coco, Castiglione, Natriello, Marlitt, Jinks, Clemente, Robbins, Haller, Hoppenworth, Rubin
Siegel, Rector, Hazzard, Trumhley, Wheeler, Thompson. Fourth row: Roth, Shapiro, Smith, Leo, DuBois, Palomho, Dwyer, DeLong, Brant,
Allcock, King, Raimo, Sanges, Schwartz, Adelman, Fruheck, Fallis, Zaleon, Skiff, Van Dellon, Dailey. Fifth row: Merrill, Adelman
Szumowski, Raykoske, Retersdorf, Pozefsky, Van Alstyne, Chetwynd, Huizing, Nellis, Evans, Fisher, Ceneroso, Christiane, Bates, Noyes
Bowshard, Blanchard, Bachorik.
By joining the Library
by Miss Thompson, ,a student rlhanee to tgke
a free Nhxx the
books in iaiul our end peiformlng various otiier
duties for the librafifs smooth function-
ing. The club also 'rlecorates bulletin boards and
showcases to fmyther, better reading habitag jn,tGtH.S.
Library Club members perform many duties
in the high school library.
First row: Flint, Cerasia, Fosmire, Russo, S4-llmeyer, Cuarnier. Third row.' Wilder, Van
Dellon, Swarts, Ruykosl-:e.Jewel1, Sanges, Fourth row: Trumbley, Shapiro, Seeley, Scribner, Young, McKoy, Collie. Fifth row
Scribner, Swartz, Hanna, Goodemote, Brower, Person, Easterly.
MOLLY BRA T TRI-HI-Y
Tri-Hi-Y is the sister club of Hi-Y and shares
the same purpose. The girls strive to uphold Christ-
ian character throughout the community. This year,
they spent a weekend,at Camp Agaming and again
sponsored the Powder Puff Bowl in November, in
which the girls played, and the members of Hi-Y
were cheerleaders. mi
Tri-Hi-Y girls spent a weekend at Camp Agaming during
the summer. One of their main activities was canoeing.
First row: Riccitiello, Abdella, Ackerknecht, Hanson, Ward, Gifford, Miller, DeCruittalo, Vaughn, Fei-raro. Second row: Rostron, Gifford,
Feldstein, Klymcow, Parker, Lake, Klymkow, Montanaro, Lopuch. Third row: Schoenberg, Rubinstein, Shapiro, Leo, Hoppenworth, Hatha-
way, Robbins, Jenner, Castiglione, Klymkow, DeRosa, Brothers, Sullivan, Collins. Fourth row: Rickmeyre, Reek, Quackenbush, Palumbo,
Miller, Sicilia, Sweet, Paciolla, Houserman, Schwed, Wickland, Feldman, DeDomenick, Banker. Fifth row: Wilson, Perrone, D'Errico,
Oathout, Oathout, Papa, Betor, Smith, Handy, Lake, Willis, Marshall, Carangelo, Marotta, Carroll, Ruggiero.
ICK STO ER HI-Y
Hi-Y Club as part of its regular meeting holds a periodic
swim NFL-st" with their friends as guests at the local
YMCA pool. Mr. Thirnwood Morgan serves as a liason
representative to facilitate actions between the school and
Hi-Y is a YMCA club for high school boys. Mem-
bers join the club seeking friendship, adventure, rec-
reation. and inspiration. They seek to make living
better for themselves, for their friends, and for
their community. Each club member selects goals
for positive, personal, and group living. They try
to make their goals realistic and, at the same time,
in harmony with the national Hi-Y purpose, which
is "To create. maintain, and extend throughout
the home, school. and community, high standards
of Christian charaf-ter.',
First row: C-alinsky, Harris, Aldrich, Scafariello, D'Errico, Hall, Barter, Bergoff, Reppenhagen. Sefonrl row: Spelman, Kohler Cossel
man, Judge, Morgan, Teetz, O'Hare, Ambrosino, Fisher. Thirrl row: Canfield, Moss, Klein, Carangelo, Sammons, DiMarc'o Lynch
Sgambato, Angello. Fourth row: Nittmann, Jenner, Brookins, Berner.Hennelly, Strong, Paciolla.
I EY CLUB
Rick Schwed checks the line-up on the scoreboard he bought from Jim Mac-
Vean, the Key Club representative.
A great asset to Gloversville High School is
the Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
and advised by Bradford Miller. Because of the
many worthwhile activities carried on by this
service club, it is worthy of much praise.
As in previous years, the club published and
sold score-ecards at basketball and football
games, conducted a car Wash, operated the
scoreboard at Darling Field, and announced the
basketball games. For a second year the boys
put on a weekly radio program highlighting
outstanding school events.
KEY CLUB-First row: David Shaffer, Ernest Santoro, Mr. Miller, James MacVean, John Bartlett. Second row: Germain Sperber, Michael
Dailey, Rodger Schultz, Stan Hobbs, Dave Bemer, John Logan.
A valuable organization to Gloversville
High School is the Projectionists. This
group advised by Mr. Ryan, provides the
teachers with audio-visual materials.
It is also assisted by Miss Rose Schwartz,
Industrial Arts secretary. The members
gain valuable mechanical experience while
doing an indispensable service for the
Two of the projectionists examine a film so that they can later tell Miss Schwartz
Visual Aids secretary, about what the film was.
First row: Gelfand, Canfield, Newbower, Mr. Ryan, advisorg Reppenhagen, Howe, Smith. Second row: Farrington, Schultz, Van Alstyne,
Klymkow, Miller, Dare, Kaminsky, Friedman, Burlett. Third row: Smimmo, Wright, Becker, Hults, Kohler, Darling, Carofalo. Fourth row:
Smimmo, Sullivan, Van Hoesen, Szabo, Russo.
The International Friendship Club in its sec-
ond year of existence, is of great value in the
operation of the foreign exchange program, The
main purpose of this club is to maintain the
Student Exchange Program in Gloversville. ln
order to obtain money for this cause, 'Share
the Fare" certificates are sold.
Each year under this program handled by
Mr. Richard Lucas, advisor, a foreign exchange
student spends a year in Gloversville and a
Gloversville student visits a foreign country in
the summer of his Junior Year.
The financial returns on the Card party in January will enable a junior of the
Class of '62 to visit a foreign country during the summer months. Refreshments
are always good at such a party.
First row: Lynch, Clemente, Brace, Abdella, G., Ferdico, De Semione, Santoro. Second row: Hovan, Papa, Abdella, E., Ackernecllt,
Guarnier, Coodheim, Raimo, Clemente C., De Rosa. Third row: Betor, O'Donnell, Collins, Carangelo, Di Cruttalo, Paciola, Sicilia, De
Luca, Brickner, Carroll, Miss Jones. Fourth row: Mr. Lucas, Combathekras, Hastie, Leo, Savran, Klopot, Kempf, Spear, Goldstein, Rosen-
Without the operation of the Stage Crew, some of
the functions of G.H.S. would not be able to run so
smoothly. Its duty is to handle all audio-equipment
and lighting for activities throughout the Clovers-
ville School system.
New members are called trainers during a period
in which they are introduced to the work of the
crew by its advisor, Mr. Ryan.
Ron Newbower and Paul Vosteen are preparing the sound
system for the Christmas assembly.
First row: C-elfand, Elzenbeck, Newbower, Stage Manager: William Ryan, advisorg Reppenhagen, assistant Stage Manager, Smith,
Lighting Engineerg Moss. Second row: Ottalagano, Raykoske, Wadd, Vosteen, Flint, Friedman, Becker, Flint, Beebe, Retersdorf. Third
row: Fagant, Pozefsky, Kohler, Hults, Carpenter, Young, Webb, Becker.
GIRL ' CHOIR
This large group made up of sophomores, juniors,
and seniors is under the direction of Mr. Getz. It
performs twice a year-at the Christmas Assembly
and at the Easter program. Three rehearsals a week
keep the girls pretty busy.
This choir is singing "O Holy Night" at the Christmas Assembly for
First row: Mr. Getz, Hurd, Quivey, Fosmire, Paciolla, Mittler, Almy, Dona, Hasbrouck, Oathout, Hovan. Second row: Carangelo, Swartz,
Hoppenworth, Haller, Rector, Raykoske, Scribner, Wager, Hidde, Wilder, Smith. Third row: DiCruttalo, Paciolla, Dye, Tomek, Sicilia,
Vaughn, Insognia, Mraz, Cohen, Lloyd, Cuccurullo, Sweeney, Schwed, Klopot. Fourth row: Saunders, Knoblauch, Piehuta, Campbell,
Stewart, Puski, Dorman, Oare, Wheeler, DeDomenick, Dwyer, Wilson, Hale, Papa. Fifth row: Hallenbeck, Miller, Stuart, Hathaway,
Frasier, Goodbread, Isola, Garfinkle, Cole, Cole, Benson, Ecker, Kane, Robinson, Quick. Sixth row: Smith, Robbins, Sellmeyer, Rick-
meyre, Raimo, Thompson, Raimo, Hayward, Bronk, Edick, DeRosa. Seventh row: Schoenberg, Maiello, Berry, Hathaway, Baird, Good-
heim, Weaver, Jinks, Klock, Klymcow, Burgess, Ricctiello, Suda, Davin, Gifford, Izzo, Tremante, Hammersmith, Warren, Wickland.
Only 3 years old, this organization con-
tains the best male and female voices. It per-
forms many times during the year, including
A- at the Christmas assembly. lVlr. Cooney has
hopes of taking this choir to competition this
This large group sang many selections at the Christmas assembly for seniors,
including "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones."
First row: Savran, Rosenberg, Ross, Brickner, Goldstein, Smida, Banker, Bernstein, Betor, Smith, Capasso, DeSimone, Clemente, Durkee,
Mr. Cooney. Second row: Adelman, Shields, Greene, DeLong, Clemente, Mosconi, Jung, Lake, Allcock, Castiglione, Brace, Marotta,
Brown, Pierce, Kramer. Third row: King,,Alter, Sweet, Houserman, Smith, Fischer, Pollack, Tyler, Kasson, Homett, Lucas, Miller, Mc-
Cullough, Lake, Kennedy, Berner, Ferraro, Fourth row: Carangelo, Wilson, Mills, Whittman, Patten, Cook, Canfield, Sgambato, White,
DiGiacomo, Hinman, Schaefer, Noyes, Klein, Evans. Fifth row: Logan, Kniskern, Webb, Crispin, DiMarco, Dodge, McKibben, Becker,
Clemans, Kennedy, McCarthy, Teetz. Fifth row: Spelman, Schultz, Miller.
CO CERT CHOIR
G.H.S. is very proud of its Concert Choir. This
group, directed by Mr. Cooney, is made up of the
select girls' voices. It rehearses every Tuesday night
for one hour, During the year it presents programs
for P.T.A. groups, Y.M.C.A., Y.W.C.A., and various
clubs. Last year in competition at Mohanason, it
earned A. in grade 5 music. The girls hope to do
just as well this year.
The Concert Choir rendered many selections at the Oakland P.Y.A. meeting and at
other community functions.
First row: Smida, Shields, Rosenberg, Ross Goldstein, Banker, Bernstein, Betor, Capasso, De Simone, Kraemar, Durkee. Second row:
Greene, De Long, Clemente, Mosconi, Jung, Brace, Marotta, Brown, Pierce, Ferraro. Third row: Smith, Allcock, Mr. Cooney, DeLuca, Lake,
Berner, Clemente, Kennedy, Housermen. Fourth row: King, Savron, Alter, Sweet, Kasson, Lake, McCullough, Adelman, Miller.
Cloversville High's Orchestra, under the direction
of Mrs. Laura Baetens, is a contributor of culture
to our school. It performs at the Christmas Assembly
and also at commencement, to which it lends an
air of pomp and dignity.
The orchestra played traditional Christmas music at the sopho-
more holiday assembly.
First row: Mace, Ceneroso, Farr, Gifford, Fetherston, Rossbach, Cavrill. Second row: Mrs. Laura Batens, Reppenhagen, Leo, Skiff, Fallis,
Mizrahi, Weaver, Kuehner, Dockstader, Waffle, West, Gordon, Fetherston, Waring. Third row: Foye, Lake, Roth, Kushner, Kaminsky,
Sobol, Cammarere, Baetens, Viano, Flint.
First rozr: Mary Alderman, Bill Smith, Joseph Garofalo, Charles Rossbach, Peter Pollak, Kathy Cuarnicr, Mellissa Huizing,
Michael Mills, David Fisher, Dick Rcrnvr. Carole Jean Gifford. Second row: Janice Beebic, Mary Johnson, Roger Gifford,
Miko Husek, Roh Ambrosino, Evowll Halle-nheck, John Huizing. Ted Nic-liolson, James Kaminsky, Rick Fisher. David
Shaffer, Edwin Fisher, Ruth Scum-llc, Richard Viano, Patricia Wlieeler, llorolliy Palmatecr. Third row: Tom While.
Dominic Anadio Jr., Larry Shaffcr. lion Spritzer, James Sm-ls:-r. Terry Mace, Garth Anderson. .lim Ambrosino, Paul
Reid, Rock Sawyer, Jackie Fallis, Sandra Skiff. Linda Roachululia Fosmire. Mariaxn Waring.
DA CE BA D
First rnw: Richard Viano, Laura Rocca, Mr. DiTata, Linda Roach, Rick Bc-rvnger. Second row: Piano fRob McCarthy, Everett
liallenheck, Joseph Garofalo, James Kaminsky, Terry Mace, Mark Cavrill.
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Get ready, get setg go." A race in the Intel-.Class meet, Rick Fisher demonstrates his skill in the shotput.
GHS OPP. CHS OPP.
4-6 Burnt Hills? 72 31 Hudson Falls 87
73 Draper? 45 45 273 JOlII1StOWI1l4 72 173
641 5X6 Scotiul: 53 U6 30lA Novis-meet 8716
77 Mechanicvillef 41 42 JV-CaIli1jOh11ri6 62
40 Saratoga? 78 46 JV-Johnstown 72
:1:WesIern Confercnce-Glovcrsville 5th with 21 points
W N 1-
TRACK-First row: Mike Nunno, Bob Cobb, Duane Rupert, Stan Fabian, Roy Lorenzi, Kip Sandfield, Terry Brundige, Anthony
Christiano. Row 2: David Knowles, Gordon Kirby, Larry Brooks, Stephen Locatelli, Ed Gurowitz, Capt. Morrie Lieberoff, Karl
Olsson, Peter Lucas, Toby Lustig, Dennis Johnson, Charles Hampshire. Row 3: Coach Rowley, John North, David Whitman,
Bill Harris, Bob D'Errico, John Moule, David Fisher, Mike Mills, Joe Cerasuolo, Bart Cerasuolo, Bruce Brown, Gary Wilcox, Rick
Rubinstein. Row 4: Coach Baker, Todd Brown, Sandy Rothschild, Dick Ruberti, Stan Hobbs, John Loveday, Mike DiMarco,
Francis Aldrich, Leo Cristiano, Gil Brookins, Mike Christiane, John Franch, Bill Merrill. Row 5: John Logan, Larry Pozefsky,
Don Wilson, Rick Fisher, Bob Ameduri, Jim Cisondi, Jeff Grey, Louis Cataffo, Kevin Moss, Richard Robison.
CROSS COU TRY
CROSS COUNTRY-First row, left to right: D. Fisherg E. Santoro: G. Lunkenheimer, Co-Captaing B. Cerasuolo, Co-Captaing J.
Cerasuolog Rothschild. Second row: Logang Smalley: .lacksong Sutliffg Robison. Third row: Rossig Swartsg T. Santorog Coach O'R0urke.
Saratoga 24- 32 won
Johnstown 23- 33 won
Draper 25- 33 won
Scotia 37- 20 lost
Mechanicville 17- 38 won
Western Conference 3rd place
Sectionals 3rd in class A
W we ,Q .r
Our Tired boys take a rest during practice at Darling
Field after running so hard.
Coach O'Rourke and co-captains Cary Lunkenheimer and
Bart Cerasuolo-The ones who lead the squad to victory.
Co-Captains: John Fr-rclico
WRFSTUNC R Rf TORD
At Ballston Spa
WRE TLI G
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First row: Frank Di Mareo. Mike Teetz. John Ferdico. John Moulc, Hill Thompson, John
Clemente, John Crispin. Second row: Dick Melitu. Danny links, Curtis Street. Tom
Santoro. Bill Merrill, Greg Simonson. Third row: Fred Van Alstyne, Niek Russo
Boh Beebe, Mike Dailey, Mr. Van do Walker.
The boys on the sidelines applaud as one of their team-
mates pins his opponent. The greatest surprise Couch
VandeWalker had was the great victory over Linton High
First row: Bart Cerasuolo, Mike Horning, John North, Russell Dennie, Todd Brown
Bill Denman, Paul Kohler, Harold Laird. Second row: Lyndon Rumniler, Ronald Spanos,
Mr. Vertucci, Martin Hennelly, Bob Brothers, Dick Rozycki, Pete Paciolla, Bob Hall
Intramural matches are held each Tuesday after school
at Kohuskie's Lanes to determine by score who shall howl
in the interscholastic matches.
Captain: Bart Cerasuolo
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BASEBALL-First row: Bob Cole, A1DiCrutta1o, Mike Fabian, Doug Kuhne, Captain Dave Howe, Don Dutton, Bob Ruller, Bob
Hall, Dick Rummler. Second row: ,lon Calinsky, Steve LaMantia, John Albini, ,lohn Ferdico, A1 Calpin, Bill Huptick, Mike
Hornung, Dave Degnan, Don Canfield, Roger Gifford. Third row: Coach Larry Warshawsky, Manager Joe Ruller, Mark Pelle-
grino, Manager Bob Insognia, Bob Fisher, Dave Thum, A1 Richardson, Lyn Rummler, Dan Mosher, Frank DiMarco, Coach
Duke Miller. Missing: Jim Zullo and Ralph Simon. Front: Mascot: Bill Andrus.
Another run scored for Cloversville at the Park Terrace Diamond. This clinched the championship of the Western Conference.
This was a great honor for Coach Duke Miller, who has handled the GHS teams for the past thirty-five years.
The heroes of GHS at rest.
The captain gets ready for a big game
Will it he a hit or a miss for John Albini? Coach
BOB COLE DON DUTTON JOHN FERDICO JOE GARAFALO
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BILL HUPTICK TONY DOTI
MIKE HORNUNG JOHN MOULE PETE PACTOLLA AL GALPIN GARY WILCOX
' ' VARSITY FOOTBALL-First row: Moule, Cristiano,
Galpin, Dutton, Ferdico, Steele, Ruller, Garfola, LaVista,
Huptick, DiGiacomo. Second row: Blanchard, Cole, Di-
Cruttalo, Teetz, Denman, Wilcox, Paciolla, Doti, Horn-
ing, Draffin. Third row: Simon, M. Christiano, Rummler,
I Sanges, DiMarco, Lasher, Ruberti, Amedeuri, Thompson,
H. Bachorik. Fourth row: Taylor, Christiano, Evans,
Cobb, R. Bachorik, Fredricks, Thompson, Mosher. Fifth
r row: Warshawaky, Baker, Beebe, Generoso, Van Alystne.
1960 FOOTBALL RECORD
Co-Captain Burnt Hills 34 6 C0'CaPtaiU
Bob Ruller Mont Pleasant 27 6 DODS Steele
Philip Schuyler 25 0
Saratoga 6 6
Mechanicville 32 0
Scotia 6 7
Amsterdam 33 6
Johnstown 0 13
JAYVEE FOOTBALL-First row: Bcneduce, Fisher, McCarthy, Papa, Brown, Clemente, Fisher, Hallenbeck, DiMarco
Rothschild, Cataffo. Second row: Carr, Lorenzi, McAllister, Pedrick, Brundige, Szumouski, Grey, Merrill, Wilson, Selm-
ser, DiCaterino. Third row: Berry, Piazza, Collar, LaRonca, Dingman, Jennings, Kaminsky, Gentile, Wright, Fisher
Fourth row: Zayon, Gavrill, Cenzano, Mills, Dross, Danyluk. Fifth row: Beebe, Vertucci, Generoso, Van Alstyne, Lucas
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VAR I T Y BASKETBALL
Center: Mr. Kobuskie. I. to r: Mgr. Rick Schwed, ,lon Galinsky, Dick Sammons., Bob Ruller, Ralph Simon, Cur-
tis Mackey, Don Dutton, Jim Zullo, Albert DiCruttal0, ,lim Taylor, Ed O'Hure, Steve La Mantia, Mgr. Roger
Co-Captains: Jim Zullo, Don Dutton, Curtis Mackey Coach: Japk Kobuskie
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Although the team didn't play its best in the first half, it came back "Chic" Mackey is deadly with his shots from the
with 3 Sfflfing SDFCC I0 Win 0Vef MCChUHiCVi11C- corner. His accuracy helped spur the team to vivtory
in its first twelve games.
BASKETBALL RECORD FOR 1960-61
School CHS OPP
Saratoga 69 66
Johnstown 82 54
Scotia 56 53
Little Falls 88 59
Draper 83 66
Amsterdam 64 39
Ballston Spa 61 39 ,,,,.-
Burnt Hills 59 59
Mechanicville 59 52
Draper 81 56
Saratoga 68 67
Johnstown 73 48
Scotia 48 61
Ballston Spa 71 4-6
Mount Pleasant 62 68
Bumt Hills 79 53
Mechanicville 75 62
Amsterdam 4-7 48
,lim Zullo looks determined while driving down the court. The team
seems to be living up to its litlc of 'AWestern Conference Champions."
J-V BASKETBALL RECORD
Saratoga 54 50
Johnstown 4-l 35
Scotia 57 59
Little Falls T3 03
Draper 40 42
Amsterdam 39 68
Ballston Spa 39 44
Burnt Hills 43 50
Mechanicville 61 54
Draper 55 36
Saratoga 50 55
Johnstown 5l 47
Scotia 56 47
Coach Warshawsky in his first year as coach of the jayvee
team deserves a great deal of credit in producing, a good,
fighting combination. His encouragement at the beginning
of the game fostered confidence among the players for a
win over Mechanicville.
RECORD QContinuedJ GHS OPP
Ballston Spa 419 57
Mount Pleasant 47 62
Burnt Hills 61 51
Mechanicville 56 41
Amsterdam 55 50 Coach Larry Warshawsky
First row: David Szumowski, Stanley Rubin, Mike Rossi, Dan Mosher, Roger Cifford, Mark C-avrill. Second row: Douglas
Mills, Stuart Sandfield, Vincent Seneroso, Sandy Rothschild, Bob Ameduri, John Lasher, Mike Visconti, Coach Larry Warshaw-
K3 way match at Kingsborol
Finished 14th at S
Glens Falls-low 86
IA -4 HQ
Something must he very interesting
but not to John.
Part of the team practices on the putting green of Pine
Brook Golf Course
GOLF-First row: Ray Adelman, Tony Maragno, Stanley Rubin, Don Hurd, Dan Thum, Tom Santoro John Franco Second row
Coach Hallenbeck, Larry Allen, Ed O'Hare, Mike Teetz, Jim Fox, Keith Berner, Ernest Santoro Dick Roczlkx Douglas Mllls Dick
Schwed, Charlie Roth.
First row: Keith Berner, James Sclinser, Mace Warner, Mike Paxton. Second row: Cary Merrill, John Logan, Dai
Capt. Mike Sutliif, Stan Hobbs, Bill Strong, Tom Eagan, Coach Walter Jerome.
1961 SKIING RECORD
Over the past few years, there has been an increased interest in skiing as a part of the
sport program. Mr. Walter Jerome has done an excellent job in helping the participants
to develop in performance.
A ' Ahearn Memorial Meet
2nd out of 2
Johnstown 4-th out of 10
' Section 2 lst-Johnstown
A 2nd-GHS-out of 7
Lake Placid lst-Class A-Lake Placid
4th-Class B- Gloversville
GIRLS' SPORTS-First row: Carmen Farr, Gwen Charbonneau, Barbara Gifford, Jo Ann Klymkow. Second row: Miss Danaher, Ann
Paeiolla, Barbara Swarts, Sue Savran, Sharon Bowers, Sandy Rector. Third row: Marilyn Fahozzi, Bobbie Schoenberg, Dolores Trippoda,
Ioan Coco, Carol Smith.
This was the first year for Nliss Mary Danaher in Girls' Sports at GHS.
Once the ,Mhlelie Council was organized, there was a full program of sports
during the fall, winter and spring seasons.
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ATHLETIC COUNCIL: Claudette Montanaro, Gwen Charbonneau, Carmen Farr, Barbara Gifford, Ann Paciolla.
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OUT TA DI G ATI-ILETE
DAVE HOWE SANDY ROTHSCHILD
Baseball Cross Country
JOHN FRANCO A JOHN FERDICO
TOBY LUSTIQ BART CERASUOLO
14 ,Wm ,fi
earn on. our royal couple!
Oh my, aren'+ we pre++y!
Dancing in +he halls?
COMPLIMENTS TO THE
Ambroson Gloves, inc.
95 N. ArIing+on Ave.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bauer
I2 Judson Parkway
Dr. and Mrs. Merol Bricimer
30 Prospec+ Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown
30l N. Main S+.
Earline's Beau+y Salon
34 S. Main S+.
Herber+ J. Fairbanks
lOl W. Eigh+h Ave.
I84 W. Ful+on S+.
Finn's Men's 8: Boys' Wear
bl-63 W. Ful+on S+.
Ful+on Coun+y Machine and
Supply Co., Inc.
9I W. Ful+on S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Giardino
IO6 Prospec+ Ave.
Glove Ci+y Dairy
3I E. 9+h Ave.
Gloversville Spor+ Shop
6 E. Ful+on S+.
Hil+s-Willard Glove Corp.
34 Four+h Ave.
House Beau+i+ui Blinds
397 S. Main S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Rober+ Kemp
29 Prospec+ Ave.
Kingsboro Food Marke+
I79 Kingsboro Ave.
Kohier's Cigar S+ore
I N. Main S+.
8l E. Ful+on S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Kings+on Larner
I20 Firs+ Ave.
24 Church S+.
CLASS OF 1961 - BOOSTERS
Dr. and Mrs. John J. Liber+i
ll Firs+ Ave.
Local ln+ernal Revenue
Pos+ Office Building
MarIene's SpeciaI+y Shop
38'f2 N. Main S+.
Marnel Beau+y Salon
28 W. Eigh+h Ave.
32 N. Main S+.
Model Fur Co.
22 Lincoln S+.
35-37 N. Main S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Hans Pollak
I8 Li++auer Place
Robbins Business Machines
29 W. Ful+on S+.
Rocky's Men's 8: Boys' Wear
54-56 W. Ful+on S+.
Rossbach's Shoe S+ore
I0 W. Ful+on S+.
I02 Nor+h S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Mar+in Smi+h
3I Prospecf Ave.
Smi+h 8: Pelcher Mobil
48 W. Ful+on S+.
II4 S. Main S+.
Traslc's Cigar S+ore
3 S. Main S+.
Wes+ End Service S+a+ion
I48 W. Ful+on S+.
Dr. and Mrs. Ar+hur Wilsey
25 Firs+ Ave.
Dr. and Mrs. James Zullo
38 Grand S+.
Drmlc, drink, drink-Punch'
W 'rhpp ed?
Aren'+ we bashful?
Wha+ do we have here, an oui'
BEST WISHES TO THE
Al's Barber Shop
2I5 N. Main S+.
8 Second Ave.
Mil+on Berger Lea+her Corp.
5l S. Main S+.
46 Fores+ S+.
6 Cedar S+.
Clemen+e's Con+ec+ionary S+ore
229 Bleecker S+.
Darla's Beau+y S+udio
90 E. Fui+on S+.
R. C. Darling-Moving
35I Bleecicer S+.
. xv. 0580
NN 6 .XS 096
IIO W. Eigh+h Ave.
Finocan's Furni+ure and Gi++ Shop
I3 Prospec+ Ave.
Glove Ci+y Abrading Co., Inc.
3 Harrison S+.
Gioversville Candy Ki+chen
I97 N. Main S+.
ideal Lea+her Finishers
94 Spring S+.
Lynch 8: Baird
36 Washing+on S+.
Marceline Beau+y Shop
42 Grand S+.
Louis Meyers 8: Son
8 W. Pine S+.
S l'OyG! ar 6
Mar+in-Deichsel Lea+I1er, Inc.
I00 S. Boulevard
Muddle 8: Muclclle
I7 W. FuI+on S+.
NicI1oIson's Candy Shop
42 E. FuI+on S+.
Or+eIl's Service S+a+ion
6 E. EigI1+l'1 Ave.
Gloversville and JoI1ns+own
ReynoIcI's 8: Robbin's
Gulf Service S+a+ion
I87 W. FuI+on S+.
Sam's Barber Shop
I26 W. FuI+on S+.
I96I - BOOSTERS
ScI1uI+z Fuel Oil
35 Spring S+.
SiII1oue++e Beau+y Salon
I3 W. FuI+on S+.
Singer Sewing Cen+er
I8 S. Main S+.
Sou+I1 Main S+. Esso Service
I30 S. Main S+.
Bill Suydam's , Inc.
I03 W. EigI1+I1 Ave.
Dr. ancl Mrs. Louis Treman+e
I53 Firs+ Ave.
29 Bleeclrer S+.
JK In 0
ADMIRAL PEARLIZING. INC.
s Eau :uh Ave. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
ALVORD 81 SMITH, INC.
Opposi+e 'I'he High School
, ' RidicuIous buf fun!
Headquariers 'For School Supplies Junior Assembly' .960
THE FINEST IN BEAUTY CARE EOR THE DISCRIMINATING WOMAN
ri - '
.A , ANTHONY
T. 'Qi of
5 f Beau'I'y Salon
I' 'W 52 Wesf FuI'fcn Sfreei'
N" . GLOVERSVILLE. NEW YORK
SPECIALISTS IIN HAIR SHAPING, STYLING AND PERMANENT WAVING
Insure - In Sure Insurance
BATTY INSURANCE AGENCY
, ,, ,, I 32-38 North Main s+fee+
Mr. Monfague makes up Two of our Junior AssembIy hoboes.
II7 W. FuIIon Sfreei
Meais - Fish - Groceries
Homemade Salads and Baked Beans
AGER 81 BANKER. INC.
WaI+er T. Holley, Jr.
BEMAN'S RECORD SHOP
2I7 N. Main Sfreef
"THERE'S A FORD IN YOUR FUTURE"
BATES- PARSONS, INC.
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
Phone 4-3I9I 275 S. Main S'I'.
SALES SERVICE U SALES O SERVICE
67 W. Fulfon Sf. GLOVERSVILLE
PH. 4-79I9 STEPHEN J. YOUNG
TV AND APPLIANCE
See Sieve and Save"
Complimenfs fo Ihe Class of I96I
BETOR'S SUPER' MARKET
ADVANCED HEATING SERVICE
Furnaces, Oil and Gas Burners
Roofing and Sheef Me+aI Work
PHONE 4-3324 or 4-7989
Congrafulafions fo 'rhe
Class of I96I
Serving FuII'on Counfy for Over Fiffy Years in
Complefe Home Furnishings.
BURR LUMBER CO.
AI.'S PIZZERIA 4oSll,,ffI4?2ll0'?ve'
I89 N. Main S+.
"The Tas+ies'r Pizza
and Besf I'l'aIian Food Anywhere"
BURTON INSURANCE AGENCY
PHONE 5- I 0 I 6
BLODGETT'S CLEANERS 81 TAILORS
The Fines'I' Cleaning-The Ouiclc Service
20 CHURCH ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
278 E. FULTON ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
MARY D. CRANNELL
CAMEO BEAUTY SALON
A Supplier 'ro Ihe Glove Trade
Since I 895
Second Grade - Oakland I95I
School buddies Then'
Ioolc al' us now!
For Compleie Travel Service
HERMAN A. CARBONELLI
IO SOUTH MAIN ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
slLveRwARE 14 C,,u,ch Shed CHINA
eLovERsviLLE, N. Y.
CUSTOM LEATHER SPLITTING
36 Wes+ S+ree+
CLARK 81 BULLIS, INC.
The Deparfmenl Sfore of Known Qualify
'For Over 50 Years
73-79 Nor+I1 Main S+. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
Tel. 4-3 I66
Where QUALITY Is Noi' Expensive
38-40 Church Sf. Gloversvll N. Y.
BRUNSWICK RADIO CORP.
QD E C C II
a o s
80 Lincoln S'I'.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
98 W. FuIIon S+.
GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y.
Ice Cream wi+I1 +I1e CurI on Top
HUGH J. DONLON
Pianos and Organs Sales and Service
Experi Piano Tuning
DON'S PIANO SHOP
3I0 N. Main S+. Phone 5-2424
Besi' Wishes 'Io
'Ihe Class of I96I
GEORGE J. DORFMAN 81 CO.
Oaldand Avenue Scnooi
Besi' Wishes +o Ihe Class of I96I
JESSE A. CASH AND STAFF
DRAKE'S FOOD MARKET
-A. G. SI'ore-
EVERYTHING IN FINE FOODS
Easf 8II1 Ave. Dial 4-80I2
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
49 N. Main Sf.
Men's and Boys' Clofhing
"This is where our money goes, noir only info ine
vacaiion ciub, buf also info Ihe savings account"
CITY NATIONAL BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
Member Federal Deposii'
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
I if? gifefi. .
. .. ggi! f , f ., .ff
Besf Wishes I h WEE,h ,, ,Z, . V, .,,k Vzn .I W
. 2 A Y' " ' P g. 'N
ERNAS BEAUTY SALON W is S A W
22 Church S+. Summerfime fun wifh wind, wafer, friends.
89 N. Main Sfreef
FARHART'S GULF SERVICE
Bleeclcer Sfreef Square
Buddy one, buddy Iwo, buddy Three- and
Who's camera shy?
BOB COLE'S ESSO
FELDMAN'S IN JOHNSTOWN
Fumnure a APPHMFES Wrecking Service
F""" C"'e"ng GMS 1 A.M.-9 PM. DIAL 4-8222
Famous for Famous Brands for Over 65 Years
FIORITO BROS. VARIETY SHOPPE
Founfain Service - Toys - Sundries "-
HALLMARK CARDS E. FuI+on
"When you care enough +o send 'Phe very bes'I"' . and GLOVERSVILLE
226 E. Funon s+. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. Lmaue' Place N' Y'
JOHN M. DAVIN, INC.
9' York Refrigera+ion and Air Condi+ioning
f.l1z.1 . G
fi ' I Phone 5-l522 GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. "
P.O. Box 5457 I
If you can'I' play ball, you can warm +I1e bench!
Complimenfs of Frankel Shop
H. MITCHELL Fox, Prop.
55-57 N. Main SI.. Gloversville
FULMONT NEWS CO., INC.
Newspapers and Magazines
23 Foresf S+. Dial 5-23I7
Glass of all descripfions
FULTON COUNTY GLASS WORKS
'T ff. 2 GENERAL RADIO 8: TV
lf, 0 Safisfacfion Guaranfeed Repairing of
ATPA and Baseball season begins, and wiI'I'1 our besf players, develop-
TEL' 5.29m JOHN KA-I-5591-E5 Dick Rumuler. Capf. Howe, Doug Kuhne.
COLLINS AND REESE
Paclcie and Bob's Hardware
"Service" Is Our Mosi' Imporfani' Hem
25-27 W. Fulfon SI. Dial 5-I I I4 or 5-I I I6
GLOVERSVILLE AUTO PARTS. INC.
20I NorII1' Main Sf.
GLOVERSVILLE. NEW YORK
Congrafulafions Io Ihe Class of '6I
GLOVERSVILLE OPTICAL SERVICE
JAMES M. BAILEY, opfscian
GOULD'S DEPARTMENT STORE
"We Give S 8: H Green S+amps"
Difficuli buf rewa rding.
RICHARD C. GREENE
I2 Middle Sheer Phone 4-7922
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
HAGER 8: TRACY
I5 Wes? Fulion S+. Dial 5-27I3
TI1 Irain of aiiempiing a difficull' Iask in +I'ue compeiiiive GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
g of 'rraclr-.
For Fine Fashions
HARpER'5 DEAN'S PRESS
62 N. MAIN ST- Superior Priniing
DEAN RAIMO, Prop.
498 Norfh Main Sireei'
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
, Dial 5-4l I2
HUNTER GRANITE WORKS
WALLIS D. Plcicerr
All Kinds of
Marble and Granife Memorials
on Display ai Our Warerooms
THE FULTON COUNTY NATIONAL BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
GLOVERSVILLE - NORTHVILLE
Member Federal Deposii Corporaiion
A Compleie Modern Banking Service
Besf Wishes Bes'I' Wishes +o 'I'he Class of
JACK 81 JILL SHOPPE l96l
90 N- M-'in S+- JONES AND NAUDIN
Specializing in Teens COMPANY. INC.
JENNER'S PASTRY SHOP JU'-ES, BEAUTY SALON
I8I N. Main S'I'.
244 W. FuIion S+.
"Fa+her John" Albini, baiier up!
SMART FASHIONS FOR THE YOUNG CROWD
25 Norfh Main Sfreei' Phone 4-9324
DURKEEIS HARDWARE GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
"Your Favorife Hardware S+ore"
I3 N. Main S+. Dial 4-3l79 KENNEDY FUNERAL SERVICE
Modern FuneraI Home
I50 Soufh Main Sfreef
GLOVERSVILLE. NEW YORK
FRED G KENNEDY LAWRENCE G. KENNEDY
L d M nager Licensed M q
FULTON COUNTY AUTOMOBILE DEALERS, INC.
CorIe'He-Managum Mo'I'ors Howell 8K Pierson, Inc,
GarIocIc's John C. Miller Moiorsi Inc.
Gifford Moior Sales Bafl'eg-Par5on5', Inc,
H 8: P Mo'I'ors, Inc. Rose Buick
I. Heiman, Inc. Shepard Poniiac
Our famed pilclner, Donny Duflon.
Complimenfs +o I'l1e Class of I96I
KINGSBORO SERVICE STATION
Complimenfs +o I'I1e Class of '6I
From a JoI1ns'Iown Friend
Recapping Fuel Oil
52 SOUTH MAIN STREET
KOBUSKIE FUNERAL HOME
ROBERT W. KOBUSKIE, Lic-Mgr.
R.N. AHendanI by Appoin+men+
"Our Telephone Never Sleeps"
I47 BLEECKER ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
Sfarling ol? in flue under-class Iraclc rneef.
ECKER AGENCY, INC.
Insurance and Real EsI'a+e
S. LA MANTIA 8: SONS, INC
3I4 Soufh Main S+.
For Experi' Advice on Any Policy LAUN E
Ask Mr. Eclcer, Mrs. Ecker . EZE
or Marie Johnson I60 N. Mann Sireef
125 s. Main s+. Dial 4-8925 Any Tame ONE DAY S""RT SERWCE
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. Ilndiviclual Launclryl
GLOVE CITIES CHEVROLET
WasI1ing'I'on ai' Broadway
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
Phone 4-7 I 2I
I Easf Eighfh Ave. Gloversville, N Y
J. B. LAURENCE, PI1.G.. Prop.
MADELINE TEEN CENTER 'gi
8I Norfh Main S+ree+
N EW YORK
Congraiulafions and Bes'I' Wishes 'Io 'l'I1e Class Look wha. We QOH
MALLEY'S SERVICE STATION
I50 N. Main S+. 5-2322
Cifies Service Producis
BOB MALLORY SUPPLY CO
Heavy Dufy Main+enance
A mixiure of lun. curlers ancl sleepy-eyed people! Paif1+S
THE MARTIN 8: NAYLOR CO.
Congggiaignfbfo The Congrai'uIa+ions
GLOVERSVILLE HIGH scHooL I0 The
Class of l96l
MATTY The Jeweler
Diamonds - Wafches - Giffs
Phone 5-50II I2 Wesf Fulfon S+.
GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y.
Prepare 'For YOUR Fufure
Open a Savings Accounl'
GLOVERSVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS
81 LOAN ASSOCIATION
52 N. MAIN ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
MCKIBBEN OFFICE MACHINES
Besi' Wishes Io Ihe Class of
R. T. MCKIBBEN
Royal Typewrifers ALBERT L. NILES
Sales, Service, Ren'I'aIs, Supplies MAYFIELD' NEW YORK
pring SI. Dial 4-95I3 GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
A. D. NORTON CO
Jewelers Since I 869
"A Specially Shop of Dis'rinc+ion" 20 S. Main S+'
Opposile 'rhe High School
Hifling like This produced viclory in 'rhe Weslern Conference
Cgmplimenfg Qf AMSTERDAM, N. Y.
BOB and BILL GABELER
THE GABELER AGENCY
INSURANCE PECK'S FLOWERS
Opposile Ihe High School
I. HEIMAN, INC.
Chrygler Plymoullbh Imperial
Valiani In'IernaI'ionaI Trucks
I88 S. MAIN ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
39 Union S+.
I4I N. Main S+. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
Open daily-6:00 a.m.- I2:00 p.m.
Sunday mornings-7:00 a.m.- I2:00 a.m.
Hold if sfeady now and smile!
Pre-game Iolasfz P.J.'s ai Lindalees.
PROSPECT FOOD MARKET
QuaIiI'y Meafs, Groceries,
Frui'Is and Vege+abIes
48 Prospecf Ave. Dial 4-3485
The Besi' in Ice Cream and Dairy Produc+s
Phone 5-47I0 337 Souih Main S+ree+
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
7 N. Main Sf. Telephone
Your Prescripiion Cen'Ier
AII Kinds of Insurance
8 Middle S'I'. Dial 5-22I6
HOBBS 81 ZEITLER
Colored and Black and Whi+e Film
RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES
Free Delivery-Free Parlcing
95 E. I:uII'0n S+. Dial 5-l8I4
Success fo Ihe Class of l96I
RUBY 8: QUIRI, INC.
27 Main Sireei 225 N. Main Sfreef
FONDA, N. Y. GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y.
Discussing ground rules before +he Ballslon Spa game. Joicgzffwg-tial' Phone 4'37l5
SARRAINO BROS. 81 CURCIO, INC.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
Mr. Baker poses wiih Track Caplain Merrie Lieberoff.
Clofhing 'For En+ire Family ai Facfory Prices
Money Cheerfully Refunded If Nof Fully Safisfied
bl-63 BLEECKER ST.
8 Church Si. Gloversvnlle, N. Y.
coc:A-coLA BOWLING co. Pi-W4-mv 4-3449
EUGENE HOLLENBECK, JR.
Ambulance and Oxygen Service
Hospi+al Beds Wheel Chairs
An'I'iques and Coins
249 NorI'I1 Main S'I'reeI'
"We Specialize in Ihe Unusual"
Success 'Io 'Ihe Class of I96I
quarfer refurned on each alhlefic banquef 'Hckef
SMITH'S HOME APPLIANCES
Aufomafic-Gas and Oil Heafing
Lubricafion - Minor Repairs
22I Wesf Fulfon S'tree'I
Sfudenf Council and communily honor Alan Wemple. GLOVERSVILLE, N, Y,
WILLIAM E. RUSSO
5I w. Fulfon sffeee 'NSU' "
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. '
ff. Phone 4-33I2 Res. Phone 4-3304
STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES
Fashioned Io Safisfy 'I'he
Young GaI's Dream
29 N. MAIN ST. 5-032I
EARL W. HATHAWAY
KINGSBORO LUMBER CO., INC.
Frankfur'rers and Hamburgers
Phone 5-l422 69 W. Fulfon Sf.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
ROBERT J. TRAVER GLOVE CO.
Men's - Women's - Children's
Homeroom buddxes robblng lhe bank.
34 E. S+a+e S+. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y. 4-7223
Wishing fhe Class of 'bl 'Phe Very Besi'
TWIN CITY DRY CLEANERS
479 N. Perry Sireei
79 s. Main sf. GLOVERSVILLE f "
Disiiibuiafs of Frigidaire Appliances
Magic Chef Easy Washers Magnavox OH dren? we Cufe? - Friends. foo.
WALRATH 81 BUSHOU ER
5I Fremonf Sf.
Congra'l'ula+ions lo +he l96I Graduales
E. L. HEACOCK CO.
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
Congralulalions, Class I96I
l23 E. Fullon Sf.
LIBERTY DRESSING co., INC.
WEST BROOK GLOVE CO.
Gloves - Handbags - Jaclce+s
Exi. of Easf Fulion S+.
HOLDEN LUMBER CO.
I0 Carpen+er S+.
TELEPHONE NO. 4-3I44
Gas, Oil Aufomoiive Repairs
WHIT'S Q 0 4' SERVICE STATION
Ex'l'. Easf Fulfon S+. Gloversville, N. Y
EARL B. PORT WILLIAM SPELMAN
II Wesi' Fulfon Sireei'
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
Phone 5-23 I 2 We Deliver
Cui' Flowers Corsages
7-Il Lexingfon Ave. Phone 5-2923
Flowers for All Occasions
Besi' Wishes +o fhe Class of '6I
Every Insurance Service
KNOTI' 8: HOLLOWAY
29 W. FuH'on S+.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
ln Supporl of Jrhe
Youlhs of Gloversville
Besi' Wishes 'ro Class of '6I
WILLIAM B. COLLINS CO.
Priniers and Publishers
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
A+ GreaI'er Savings
uaIiI'y FurniI'ure 'For Over
335 Sou'I'I1 Main SI'reeI'
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
Come on, boys. Push II1aI ancieni heap!
MORSE 81 JENKINS
STEPHEN MAROTTA, Prop.
Cleaning - Pressing - AI'I'ering
Tuxedos Io Reni' for AII Occasions
99 EAST FULTON ST. DIAL 4-4924
I67 Norfh Main S'Iree'I
3I4 Soufh Main SI'reeI'
B. E. SHELL CO.
I39 NOI"I'I'l Main S'I'ree'r
See You ai'
48-50 Nor+h Main S+ree+
Phone 4-93I2 I0 Church SI'ree+
PYNE 81 SANDNER, INC.
CHARLES A. SANDNER
RICHARD L. SANDNER
f ' 55,5 ,,
f L,k,. K
Oh, you grea+ big "beau+iful" boys!
Vryk i klkk Vfrkkk ..
Congra+uIa'l'ions fo 'l'he Class
TREHER 8: JUNG, INC.
Plumbing and Hea'l'ing Supplies
I5-2I BLEECKER ST.
Your Fufure is our Fujrure
SHEPARD PONTIAC, INC.
Telephone 5-I4I2 280 Sou+h Main S+.
GLOVERSVILLE, NEW YORK
HAROLD J. SMITH
lnsurance Service of Every Type
s FREMONT sr. DIAL 5-43I5
Lazy summertime fun, sloppy clollwes, bare feel, and l l
O Sml ES.
MANUFACTURERS OF FINE PERSONAL LEATHER GOODS
V, ' Te' - x!f'l ' il 51 I0 W, 33rd Sf, 427 S. Ervay Sf.
...gb .PD I .1 New YORK DALLAS, TEXAS
. " D . fqiliy' 36 50, 5+.,+e S+, 927 Lincoln Ra., sum 204
V I gf- ' CHICAGO MIAMI BEACI-I, FLORIDA
iQ44.5f :X 6 ' 29II Flood Ave. 2978 Wilshire Blvd-
' V REDWOOD CITY LOS ANGELES. CALIF.
ST. THOMAS, INC.
FOUNDED I898 GLOVERSVILLE. N. Y.
CANVAS PRODUCTS CORPORATION
THYNE'S DRUG STORE
Open Every Day
R. H. THYNE, Reg. Ph. W. W. THYNE, Reg. Ph.
Dial 5-20l4 l47 N. Main S+.
Congralulafions, Class - I96I
THE CANDLE SHOP
6 W. 8+I1 Ave.
Gifis for all occasions
GREETING CARDS CANDLES
LETTER MEMORIAL CO.
Aufhorized Rock of Ages Dealer
Norfh Perry S'rree+
JOHNSTOWN. NEW YORK
THE KEY CLUB OF
GLOVERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
TRUST COMPANY OF FULTON COUNTY
The Bank Wilh The Chime Clock
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Corner of Church
2I-23 NORTH MAIN ST. GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
CONGRATULATIONS, CLASS OF 'bl
BEST WISH ES
,Styx TMNERS OF CORD
ea BLEECKER STREET
Our vice-principal, Miss Ada Busse, praises our clevofed
principal, Mr. Ferguson, af his farewell clinner.
May I'l1e Fufure Hold Prosperify
and Happiness Io All of You
THE JUNIOR CLASS
COAL 81 OIL CO.
An'Il1raci'Ie ancl Bifuminous Coals
Fuel Oil and Kerosene
GLOVERSVILLE 4-3I I8 JOHNSTOWN 6-73I9
All are solemn as Mr. Ferguson praises fl'1e fa lfy cl
expresses luis lnearffell' apprec f
Porfrail and Commercial Pl1o+ograpl1er
I4 S. MAIN ST.
GLOVERSVILLE, N. Y.
GUIDANCE - balanced fraining -
acfivifies. Placemenf in lcey posifions
in business, professional and govern
I26-I34 Washingfon Ave., Albany 6, N. Y.
Sfafe Regisfered-Veferan Approved
The friendly clerlcs al' HARPERS
on Norlh Main Sfreef mainlain a
well sfocked line of ladies' wear.
Mr. Roberf Reppenhagen, owner
of E. L. DURKEE'S, exfends The
same service in The line of hard-
ware as his predecessors.
Roger Dunn, par? owner wifh
George Loveday of DUNDAY'S,
is selling a iaclcef 'ro one of The
Frank Ambrose, The official phoe
lographer of The Oracle and
owner of MODERNE STUDIO,
shows his prize winning pholo-
graph +0 Miss Sandra Bell, his
The Oracle will
lealure a number of dillerenl slore
each year To show our appreciaTion
Lawrence Trombley. one of The
parTners in WESSEL'S INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY, examines a new
policy iusT compleTed Tor a
An ouTsTanding TurniTure sTore in
Gloversville is LlVlNGSTON'S on
SouTh Main STreeT, where iT is a
pleasure To examine iTs conTenTs.
Cy Aldrich, planT manager of The
GLOVERSVILLE COCA-COLA, is
engaged in filling Tanks To refresh
The ThirsT of cusTomers in FulTon
ALVORD 8: SMITH has been in
The sTaTionery supply business Tor
many years. IT also serves The
Oracle as a clisTribuTion cenTer.
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Ager 8 Banker
Albany Business College
Alvord 8 Smilh
Ambroson Glove Co.
Anlhony Beauly Salon
Beman's Record Shop
Berger's Lealher Corp.
Belor's Super Markel
Brunswick Radio Corp.
Burr Lumber Co., Inc.
Burlon Insurance Agency
Cameo Beauly Salon
The Candle Shop
Jesse A. Cash
Cily Nalional Bank
Clark 8 Bullis
CoIe's Service Slalion
Collins 8 Reese
DarIa's Beauly Salon
R. C. Darling-Moving
John M. Davin, Inc.
D'Errico Beauly Salon
Dieges 8 Clusl
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
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Don's Piano Shop
George J. Dorlman 8 Co.
Drake's Food Markel
E. L. Durkee 8 Co.
EarIine's Beauly Shop
Easl Fullon Package Slore
Easlmor Lealher Corp.
Ecker Agency, Inc.
Ellon Lealher Co.
Erna's Beauly Salon
Herberl J. Fairbanks
Farharl's Gulf Slalion
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
Finocan Gill Shop
Fiorilo Bros. Variely
Fulmonl News Co., Inc.
Fullon Counly Glass
Fullon Counly Coal 8 Oil
Fullon Counly Machine 8 Supply
Fullon Counly Nalional Bank
Fullon Counly New Car Dealers
General Radio 8 TV
Glove Cily Abrading Co.
Glove Cily Chevrolel
Gloversville Aula Parls
Gloversville Candy Kilchen
Gloversville Conlinenlal Mills
Gloversville Fed. 8 Savings Assn.
Gloversville Oplical Service
Gloversville Sporl Shop
Gould's Deparlmenl Slore
Richard C. Greene
Hager 8 Tracy
Earl Halhaway 8 Son
E. L. Heacock
Hills-Willard Glove Corp.
Holden Lumber Co.
House Beauliful Blinds
Hunler's Granile Works
Jack 8 Jill Shoppe
Jenner Paslry Shop
Jones 8 Naudin Lealher Corp.
Kennedy Funeral Service
Kingsboro Food Markel
Kingsboro Lumber Co.
Kingsboro Service Slalion
Knoll 8 Holloway
Kobuskie Funeral Home
Kohler's Cigar Slore
LaManlia 8 Son
Leller Memorial Co.
Liberly Dressing Co.
Local Inlernal Revenue Service
Lynch 8 Baird
Madeline Teen Cenler
MaIIey's Service Slalion
Bob Mallory Supply Co.
Marlene's Specially Shop
Marnel Beauly Salon
Marlin 8 Naylor
Mally lhe Jeweler
McKibben Office Machines
Model Fur Co.
Monlano Eleclrical Supply
Morse 8 Jenkins
Myers Glove Co.
Muddle 8 Muddle
A. D. Norlon
Orlell's Service Slalion
Prospecl Food Markel
Pyne 8 Sandners
Reynolds 8 Robbins Gull Sla
Robbins Business Machines
Rocky's Men's 8 Boys' Wear
Rossbach's Shoe Slore
Ruby 8 Quiri
Sam's Barber Shop
Schullz Fuel 8 Oil
Seld Lealher Co.
Helen Shahda's Anliques
B. F. Shell Co.
Shepard's Ponliac, Inc.
Silhouelle Beauly Salon
Harold J. Smilh
Smilh 8 Pelcher
Smilh's Home Appliance
Smilh's Service Slalion
Soulh Main Esso
Slale Farm Insurance
Thyne's Drug Slore
Trask's Cigar Slore
Roberl J. Traver Glove Co.
Treher 8 Jung
Trusl Co. of Fullon Counly
Twin Cily Dry Cleaners
Walralh 8 Bushouer
Wesl Brook Gloves
Wesl End Service Slalion
Whil's Service Slalion
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