Greenwood Central High School - Triple Terrace Yearbook (Greenwood, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1955 volume:
D ENTRAL SCHOOL
GREENW OD N Y
Mr. Harland Waters
The Triple Terrace Staff proudly
presents the dedication of its annual
to Mr. Harland Waters. He has been a
bus driver for eight years and bus main
tenance for the past six years. He has
kept our busses clean and in good oper-
ating condition. Mr. Waters is well
liked by everyone.
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Seated, L. to R. Mr. Paul Harkenrider, Mrs. Marjorie Matthews,
Mr. John Coston. Standing, L. to R.: Mr. Virgil Hussey, Mrs.
Margaret Murray, Mr. Wayne Warriner, Mr. Gordon Pease.
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. .Home Economics
. .Mth Grade
. . Music
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Studies, 7th Grade
. . . . 5th Grade
. lst Grade
. .6th Grade
. . . . Principal
.Science and Math
. . . .Agriculture
Phys. Ed. Director
. . . . .English
. . Art
L. to R.: Catherine Ersley, Marjorie
Herrick, Grace Woodworth, Ellen Banks,
L. to R.: Harley Lamphier, Howard
Lamphier, Hugh Lamphier.
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First Row, L. to R.: Vaughn Smith.
Second Row: Elton White, Genevieve
Smith. Third Row: Clifford Caffery
Harland waters, Howard Lamphier,
Clair Rollins, Albert Lamphier.
Chorus 2 3 Band 2 3
Leadership 1 2 3
brary C1 b 1,2, Radio
Club 2,3,U Radio Club
Pres 3, Class Secr
tary 3 Class Pres 1
Student Council 1 2
Yearbook 2,3 M Yea
book Editor 4 Adv
Chairman 3 Art Clab
2 Dramatics Club
3 Proi Club 1, Nurse's
Club 2 Cafeteria Cash
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J V Cheerleading 3 M
Club 1, Class Play 1
J v Basketball 1 2, v
Basketball 3 A Baseball
Track l 2,
Volleyball 1 2 M Soccer
1 2,3 M Leadership 1 2
Prog Club 1 2, Student
Councll 3 4, Radlo Club
3, Dramatic Club 3, Year
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Class Pres 4, Class V
Pres 2 Varsity Basket
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Basketball Capt 1
F F A Reporter l
Soccer Co Capt 4 Boy'
Chorus 1 Spring Concert
1, Drivers Training 2
Minstrel Show 3 Class
Play l 2, Chairman School
Fair M All Star Basket
ball 1, V Pres
Student Council 4
Band l,2,3,M, Chorus 2 3
Band Officer 3 4, All
State Band A All County
Band 3 4 Class Treasurer
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2,3,U, Cheerleading Capt
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3, Nurse's Aid 2, Year
book 2,3,4, Yearbook
Treasurer 3, Photo
Club 3 Sprin Concert
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State 3 F H A 1, in
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Club 33 Junior Dance
Chairman 33 Yearbook
Commercial Chairman 4.
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To the Class of 1955
Nearly nine vears have passed since World Mar II ended and me
rejoiced that a period of peace and promise commenced During these
years you have completed your secondary education However, during these
years hopes have changed to doubts and there is danger that in our
disillusionment we shall lose the will to strive for those things that
in all times, have made life worthwhile
In the face of such circumstances my wish is that you may have the
courage and the vision to think straight and act accordingly Too many
of the problems you face today have arisen from compromise and the accept
ance of false values by those who have preceded you These great problem
can only be solved by generations of men and women capable of seeing
straight and possessed of the conviction that by intelligent and
constructive action great ends can be attained
I am not wishing you either ease or comfort, for they are not the
elements that make for accomplishment I am wishing for you the
challenge that comes from a Job to be done, may you later gain the
satisfaction that comes from sharing in the accomplishment of worthy ends
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rants to be Secretary
lll be Housewife
DCRfTHY WA rLRTCHER
Dlsllkes Concelted People
Pet Peefe Perslstant People
wants to be secretary
Jill be Successful
KAYL LPF rORD
Pet Peeve People who talk behind
Jants to be Nurse
lll be Nlrse
RRZAN DUAJ HIGGINS
Dislikes oman Drivers
Pet Peeve Parllamentary Procedure
ants to be Patty Lou s husband
Mill be Successful electrical engineer
Likes Night life
Dislikes Some girls,
Pet Peeve work '
wants to be Sailor
will be' Bum
CARCI JUA HURD
Pet Peeve setting in early
Wants to be 'orld Traveler
Llll be Housewife
VICTOR ALLLN LOSRY
Dislikes Going steady
Pet Peeve Straight hair
Wants to be Mechanic
Wlll be Plumber
ALLTE MAR MILLS
Pet Peeve Two faced people
Wants to be Beautlcfan
will be Housewife
ALTA RALPH VORK
Dislikes Sitting around home
Pet Peeve People who ask
Wants to be rarmer
Will be Farmer
PATRICIA LOU WALLACE
Likes Tall blondes
Pet Peeve To be called Patty Lou
Wants to be Secretary
Will be Bryan's wife
FREDERICK LEROY TERIBURY
Pet Peeve: Teachers
Wants to be: Pilot
will be: Pilot light
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The optimistic viewers of the Class of 1955 are now in
Madam Mermack's class looking into the future year of 1965
Plans have been made by Madam Mermack so that the class
may see how successful they will be
Our first look lS in a large department store which is
owned by a man named Victor Losey Victor moved to Buffalo
right after he graduated
The next place we see is owned by Mr Willlam Mullen
If you will recall he married Mary Brown about seven years
ago They have eight little boys
Not too far from the Mullen farm is one of the largest
farms in the district This farm is owned by Alta York H
really built that farm up after he graduated
Now we visit the city of New York where Dorothy Mae
Fletcher is working as a secretary She went to school in
Buffalo and then went to New York for a better Job
Since we are so close to Long Island, we might just as
well visit the well known school princlpal, Mr Richard
House After finishing college he went to Long Island for
more training I guess he 1S getting it
our countryv Mr and Mrs Bryan Higgins as you'd all expect
Mrs Higgins is the former Patricia Wallace
If we go to the Washington Airport we may see the well
known pilot, Mr Fred Teribury Mr Teribury is now the new
test pilot for the army
Going across the country we can see the largest farm in
Kentucky This farm is owned by Mr Chuck Buttons Mr Buttons
skipped off with one of our local girls Her name, as some of
you might know, is Carol Hurd She always did love the farm
Now if we skip over to Texas, we can see one of our former
graduates Miss Kaye Lee Ford is the head of one of our
In Nevada we will find a housewife by the name of Mrs
Milford York She is the former Allie Mae Mills Allie has a
set of twins, one boy and a girl
Our last place to visit is where Mrs R J Walrath lives
Mrs Walrath is a former graduate by the name of Shirley Clark
Shirley has to have a girl now in order to catch up with Allie
Mae Shirley has a boy
Since this completes the class prophecy of the Class of
1955, Madam Mermack asks the group to leave so that she may
help other groups see how successful they will be
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Although 1943 was a momentous year for each of us as we entered
Greenwood Central School, it was also an important year as far as the
world was concerned
World War II was raging The Allies had begun their campaign against
Italy by seizing the Pantelleria Islands on June 11 The Italian mainland
was invaded and Italy surrendered on September 8 Casualties were
heavy for both the Japanese and Allies on the Gilbert Islands in November
1943 President Franklin D Roosevelt was an able executive durlng this
While the world as a whole was concerned with the problem of war,
twenty five children in Greenwood were concerned with their first day
of school We were met and welcomed by Mrs Clinton York It is
interesting to note that only four of our present twelve members started
ln Greenwood in 1943 They are Allie Mae Mills Mary Brown Patricia
Wallace, and Fred Terlbury
During the following years the other members of our small group
Joined us Alta York entered in the second grade and Dorothy Fletcher
in the third grade Victor Losey joined us in the fifth grade, Shirley
Clark in the sixth grade, Bryan Higgins in the seventh and Carol Hurd,
Dick House and Kaye Ford in our Freshman year The early years of our
school life were devoted to learning the three 'R's My, what a job it
was but it was worth the trouble'
In 1950 we started in Junior High It was a complicated process
passing from room to room for different classes and having different
teachers, but in a few weeks we had learned our way around
When we started 8th grade tragedy struck our small class, for we were
divided into three groups in an attempt at homogeneous grouping However,
in our second year of high school we were together again, working for the
During our Sophomore year our main money making projects were bake
sales, selling stationery and having a concession at the School Fair
At last we were Juniors, and with that advancement we received our
class rings which we had ordered the preceding year Our Junior year
found us with twenty members in our class and very few funds for our
Senior Trip We really began to work We sponsored a Junior dance,
Dusty Owens, and had the selling of refreshments at the basketball games
We also sponsored the Junior and Senior Banquet which proved to be a very
At last September 1954 rolled around, and as Seniors we were starting
on the last part of our Journey at Greenwood Central We were sorry to
learn that we had lost seven members of our class Kay waight, Frances
Burdick, Dorothy York, William Vanderhoef, Ronald Ersley, Archie Kernan
and Duane McCormick We had not only lost seven members but also Mr Lynn,
who had been our advisor during our Sophomore and Junior years Mr Lowrey
became our advisor
Early Saturday morning, April 30, we all met at G C S to start our
trip to Washington, D C We had been striving toward this trip for three
and a half long years, and were anxious to be on our way
During our stay of six exciting days we saw such places as the Capitol
Building Lincoln's and Wash1ngton's Monuments, and many other places of
interest Our stay seemed all too short, but we realized we had to return
to Greenwood to complete the last lap of our schooling
Graduation arrived and with its coming our time at Greenwood Central
was at an end Our four years had been full of experiences which had
equipped us for the future It was a time of farewells to those we had come
to love, and a great sense of expectation for our tomorrows To you, dear
G C S we say farewell
two main events of our high school lives: the Senior Trip and Graduation.
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Student Council Rep.
First Row, L. to R.: Theodore Grumley, Suzanne Lippert,
Winifred Saunders, Shirley Higgins, Ellen Murray, Emmett
McNeill. Second Row: Laverne Stephens, Richard Harkenrider,
Duane McCormick, Ronald Ersley, Mr. Hoagland, Robert
Losey, Thomas Harkenrider, Richard O'Brien.
First Row, L. to R.: Leo Grumley, Louise Brown, Lillian
Herrick, Ruth Dennis, Dale Pease. Second Row: Phyllis
Allen, Mary Mix, Ann Wyant, Mr. Salen, Lgyaug-Higgins,
Kathleen Murphy, Waneta Sherman, Larry Vanderhoef. Third
Row: Robert Moore, Ralph Mix, Harley Lamphier, Gary
Reimann, Glenn Campbell, Clair Cornell, Richard Updyke.
Absent: Shirley Holt.
Student Council Rep.
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First Row, L. to R.: Larry Rogers, Betty Ann Brown,
Joyce Fox, Janet Phillips, Dean Sherman, Mary Burdick.
Second Row: Miss Stieve, Robert Baker, William Updyke,
Lyle Dixon, William Kelley, Alvin Mills, Joyce Dixon.
Third Row: Florence Osmin, Robert Vanderhoef, Catherine
Ersley, Sally Waight, Ella Woodworth, Evelyn Lounsberry.
Absent: Howard Hulse, Lawrence Hulse.
Betty Ann Brown
Student Council Rep
First Row, L. to R.: Joyce Dennis, Dale Lamphier, Sandra
Allen, Roger Harkenrider, Patricia Higgins, Kathleen
Lounsberry, Glenn Moore, Helen Kernan. Second Row Gerald
Updyke, Genevieve Soble, Roger Woodworth, Burdette Hulse,
Jack Losey, Raymond Baker, Richard Mix, Clair Tracy Third
Row: Mrs. Sutton, Lloyd Drake, Arnold Holt, Jane White,
Robert Gratto, James Soble, Dona Shirley, Dale Sherman,
Esther Main, Sharon Smith.
Student Council Rep.
Student Council Rep.
First Row, L. to R.: Rodney Hulse, Leroy Herrick, James
Joe McCaffery, John Murray, Lorraine Bassett, Dale Camp-
bell, Shirley Decker, Myrtle Mills. Second Row: Richard
Rogers, Charles Saunders, Harold Samuelson, Nancy Dixon,
Mary Waters, Kaye Moore, Janice Herrick, Johnne Murphy,
Penelope Cole, Margaret Brown. Third Row: Mrs. Fancher,
Carl DuBois, Barbara Hulse, Charles Fox, Richard Fletcher,
Donald Cady, Ann White, Barbara Bormann, Leo DuBois, Wayne
Brewster, Roger Smith. Absent: Bernard Campbell, Catherine
First Row, L. to R.: Ellen Burdick, Richard Samuelson,
Robert Streeter, Gerald Dennis, William Eaters, Esther
Drake. Second Row: Patsy Sherman, Dorothy Raish, Clinton
House, Sally McCaffery, Lynn Vanderhoef, JoAnn Reimann,
Wallace Groves. Third Row: Mrs. Carroll, Nancy Tournor,
Merton Genung, Mayne Narriner, Sylvia DuBois, Margaret
Ross, Lois Bennett, Barbara House. Absent: Robert
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First Row, L. to R.: Myrton Phillips, Betty Mix, Linda
Bassett, Elaine Holt, Lillian Kernan, Anna Marie Brown.
Second Row: Thomas Fowler, Roderick Ford, James Tracy,
Sally Murray, James Kernan, Brian Waight. Third Row:
Mrs. Plaisted, Barbara Lamphier, David Campbell, Jay
Paul Bormann, Alberta Woodworth, Lawrence Whitsell,
Robert Updyke, Marie Campbell. Absent: Sharon Lewis.
First Row, L. to R.: Gary Vanderhoef, Clifford Cole,
Roger Streeter, Donna Mullen, Paul Sherman, James
Losey, Francis Updyke, Andrew VanSkiver. Second Row:
Gary Clark, Gordon Herrick, Linda Cady, George whitsell
Marilyn Genung, Linda Caffery, Dean Plank, Gerald
Butler, Betty Pease. Third Row: Mrs. White, Douglas
Wyant, Leo Hulse, Jefferson Brewster, Gloria Wallace,
Barbara McCaffery, Phyllis Leonard, Cheryl Hussey,
Elaine Houghtaling, Frank Saunders.
First Row, L. to R.: Alexis Brown, Stanley Smith, Gail
Smith, Larry Tourner, William Hawkins, Donna Wallace,
Diane Woodward, Curtis Erskine, Mary Jo McCormick,
Royce Vanderhoef, Shirley Hoyt. Second Row: David
Waight, Barry Quinn, Lynn Redmond, George McCaffery,
Roger Williamson, Stanley Murray, Frederick DuBois,
Gary Rollins, Sharon Tourner, Nancy Herrick, Benjamin
Smith, Nancy Kernan. Third Row: Marguerite Waters,
Donna Krusen, Gary Chaffee, Robert Burdick, Janet
Harkenrider, Roy Bennett, Robert McCaffery, Harlan
Warriner, Sheldon Kernan, Barbara Soble, Jack Bormann,
Larry Woodworth, Miss Bird.
First Row, L. to R.: Candace Mattison, Carolyn Bassett,
Dale Grumley, Judy Whitsell, Jayne Krusen, Jacqueline
Tournor, Deforest Genung, Judy York, Shirley Herrick,
Gary Krusen. Second Row: Sharon Hunt, Lawrence Dieterman,
Ruth Burdick, Judy House, Barbara Lewis, Charles Lawrence
Daniel Wyant, Maureen Ludden, Suzanne Kernan, Edward
Vantrees. Beverly Quinn. Third Row: Marilyn Drake, R995
Lowrey. Sharon Holt, Beverly Lewis, Lar'I'lJ Mullen, William
Meehan, Susan Edwards, Sheryl Elster, Elliott Chaffee,
Jack York, Cheryl Warriner, Mrs. York. Absent:Kather1ne
First Row, L. to R.: Michael Tournor, Sterling Lewis,
Stephen Williamson, Marlee Carroll, Benjamin Losey,
Darla Downey, Gregory Mattison, Bonita Whitsell,
Patricia Ford. Second Row: Richard Hawkins, Nancy
Lawrence, Thomas Moore, Larry Lewis, David Tracy,
Linda Mills, Sandra Greene, Robert Decker, Thomas
Greene, Bonnie Raish, Calvin Reimann, Jerel Wood-
worth. Third Row: Mrs. Ford, Gary Hulse, Debra
Terlbury, Marcia Gratto, Ronald Meehan, Ronald
Ford, Gerald Chaffee, Anna Marie Murray, Lawrence
Woodworth, Audrey Woodworth, Mary Coston, Wayne
Dixon, Dean Holt. Absent: Michael Cheeseman,
First Row, L. to R.: James Vanderhoef, Larry Burdick,
Robert Hoyt, Connie Murphy, James Van Skiver, Beverly
Hoyt, Gary Burdick, Sandra Mattison, James Wallace,
Jolene Cheesman. Second Row: Dennis Wyant, Sheila
Ross, Gayla Rollins, Starlith Edwards, Gail Tennant,
Jan Sluyter, Lucinda Downey, Diane Lookenhouse, Carol
Warriner, Donald Donaldson. Third Row: Miss Younglove
John McCaffery, Stephen Coston, Joanne Hanbach, Kevin
O'Brien, James McCormick, Sue Ann Ford, Terry Smith,
Thomas Eister, Pamela Higgins, John Hunt. Absent:
Duane Chaffee, Floyd Drake, William Ludden, Neil
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Lounsherry, Mary Burdick. Second Row: Mrs. Harmison,
Rvth Dennis. Dorothy Fletcher, Kaye Ford, Catherine
Ersley, Marv Mix, Joyce Dixon, Suzanne Lippert, Shirley
Clark. Third Row: Lillian Herrick, Sally Haight LaVaun
,Hig5ins. Janet Phillips, Ellen Murray, Ella ioodworth,
Shirley Hifqins. Allie Mae Mills, Kathleen Murphy.
Absent: Euienia King.
Standing, L. to R.: Shirley Holt, Ronald Ersley, Fred Teribury,
Clair Cornell, Harley Lamphier, Ralph Mix, Laverne Stephens
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Front, L. to R.: Janet Phillips, Joyce Fox. Standing:
Sally Weight, Joyce Dixon, Ella Woodworth.
Student Council Rep.
Betty Ann Brown
First Row, L. to R.: Leroy Herrick, JoAnn Reimann, Shirley
Decker, wayne Warriner, Larry Rogers, Betty Ann Brown,
Kathleen Lounsberry, Patricia Sherman, Robert Streeter.
Second Row: Johnne Murphy, Genevieve Soble, Suzanne
Lippert, Barbara Bormann, Shirley Higgins, Clair Cornell,
Carol Hurd, Waneta Sherman, Ruth Dennis, Dean Sherman,
Evelyn Lounsberry, Mrs. Harmison. Third Row: Kathleen
Murphy, Burdette Hulse, Roger Harkenrider, LaVaun Higgins,
Leo Grumley, Gary Reimann, Dale Pease, Harley Lamphier,
Ellen Murray, Laverne Stephens, Patricia Wallace, Lillian
Herrick. Absent: Joyce Dixon, Bryan Higgins, Richard
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Ruth Dennis, Thomas Harkenrider, Bryan Higgins, Kathleen
Murphy Emmett McNeill Second Row Dean Sherman, Mary Brown
Patricia Jallace Mr Hoagland, Dale Pease Richard O'Brien,
Larry Rogers, Dale Campbell Sharon Smith
The Student Council the students' government of Greenwood
Central School was quite active this year As usual in the
fall the School Fair, one of the best in recent years and the
Halloween Party revealed that the Student Council had put forth
much effort on behalf of the students
Later on in the fall the Council sent four representatives
to Honeoye to the Regional Conference of Student Councils
Problems confronting various Student Councils were discussed
such as letter awards constitutions, and student courts Our
representatives were Thomas Harkenrider, Emmett McNeill, Dale
Pease, and Theodore Grumley
Some of the committees that were busy this year were
Letter Awards, Fund Raising, Elections, and Constitution The
Fund Raising Committee is trying to set up a systematic way of
raising funds for each class so they will know what activities
they can sponsor in order to raise money for their senior trip.
This January the Student Council had charge of picture
taking for the entire school In April the election of new
officers took place.
The Student Council has had a very successful year and is
already making plans for getting off to a good start next fall.
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Seated, L. to R.: Miss Stieve, Leo Grumley, Mary Brown,
Louise Brown, Patricia Wallace, Mrs. Fancher. Standing:
Shirley Clark, Richard Updyke, Robert Moore, Bryan Higgins,
Gary Reimann, Joyce Dixon, Carol Hurd. Absent: Allie Mae
Mills, Robert Vanderhoef.
L. to R.: Sandra Allen, Kathleen Lounsberry, Florence Osmin
Mary Burdick, Esther Main, Lillian Herrick, ins
Ann dhite, Helen Kernan, Genevieve Soble, Ellen Murray,
Patricia Higgins, Sharon Smith. Seated: Mrs. Sutton. Absent
First Row, L. to R.: Theodore Grumley, Richard House, Dale
Pease, Richard Harkenrider, Emmett McNeill, Richard O'Brien, TUGOGOPG' Gfumleyi
Thomas Harkenrider. Second Row: Laverne Stephens, Gary Student COHHCN1 Rep'
Reimann, Robert Losey, Mr. Hoagland, Ronald Ersley, Harley
Lamphier, Glenn Campbell. Third Row: Dean Sherman, Larry
Rogers, Robert Baker, Victor Losey, Howard Hulse, William
Kelley, Nilliam Updyke, Lyle Dixon, Larry Vanderhoef. Absent:
First Row, L. to R.: Suzanne Lippert, Mary Mix, Carol
Hurd, Shirley Higgins, Shirley Clark, Ruth Dennis,
Winifred Saunders. Second Row: Evelyn Lounsberry, Joyce
Fox, Louise Brown, Joyce Dixon, LaVaun Higgins, Ella
Woodworth, Dorothy Fletcher, Waneta Sherman, Mrs.
Herrington. Absent: Florence Osmin, Mary Burdick,
Allie Mae Mills.
First Row, L. to R.: Clair Tracy, Dale Sherman, Raymond
Baker, Richard Mix, Lloyd Drake, Burdette Hulse, Arnold
Holt, Gerald Updyke, Glenn Moore. Second Row: Dale
Lamphier, Gary Reimann, Betty Ann Brown, Jane White,
Janet Phillips, Joyce Dennis, James Soble. Third Row:
Richard O'Brien, Clair Cornell, Harley Lamphier, Robert
Moore, Duane McCormick, Shirley Holt, Ralph Mix, Emmett
McNeill, Lyle Dixon, Theodore Grumley, Mr. Salen. Absent:
First Row, L. to R.: Leroy Herrick, Rodney Hulse, Richard
Rogers, Lorraine Bassett, John Murray, James McCaffery,
Myrtle Mills. Second Row: Shirley Decker, Johnne Murphy,
Harold Samuelson, Mary Waters, Janice Herrick, Kaye Moore
Nancy Dixon, Dale Campbell, Charles Saunders. Third Row:
Mr. Salen, Wayne Brewster, Carl DuBois, Charles Fox, Anne
White, Donald Cady, Richard Fletcher, Barbara Bormann,
Barbara Hulse, Leo DuBois, Roger Smith. Absent: Catherine
First Row, L. to R.: Theodore Grumley, Victor Ldsey, Dale
Lamphier, Laverne Stephens, Leo Grumley, Mr. Hoagland,
Richard Harkenrider. Second Row: James Soble, Harley
Lamphier, Thomas Harkenrider, Dale Pease, Duane McCormick,
Richard O'Brien, Glenn Campbell.
First Row, L. to R.: Robert Vanderhoef, Gary Reimann, Fred
Teribury, Larry Vanderhoef. Second Row: Evelyn Lounsberry,
Kaye Ford, Janet Phillips, Joyce Dixon, Ann Wyant, Louise
Brown, Betty Ann Brown. Third Row: Lyle Dixon, Robert
Losey, Duane McCormick, Clair Cornell, Harley Lamphier,
Emmett McNeill, Mr. Thompson. Absent: Joyce Fox, LaVaun
Higgins, Richard O'Brien, Robert Moore, Victor Losey.
Seated, L. to R.: Winifred Saunders, Kaye Ford, Allie
Mae Mills, Mary Brown, Sharon Smith, Helen Kernan.
Standing, L. to R.: Lillian Herrick, Roger Harkenrider,
Richard Updyke, Dale Pease, Richard Harkenrider, Ellen
Murray, Patricia Higgins, Mr. Lowrey. Absent: Robert
Gratto, Dona Shirley, Robert Moore, Richard O'Brien.
First Row, L. to R.: Rodney Hulse, Dale Campbell, Charles
Fox, John Murray, Leroy Herrick. Second Row: Nancy Dixon,
Esther Main, Patricia Higgins, Jane White, Dona Shirley,
Barbara Bormann, Sharon Smith, Mrs. Herrington. Third Row
Joyce Dennis, Shirley Decker, Sandra Allen, Penelope Cole
Mary Waters, Janice Herrick, Genevieve Soble, Margaret
Brown, Lorraine Bassett, Kathleen Lounsberry. Absent:
Helen Kernan, Catherine Murray.
Seated, L. to R.: Robert Losey, Shirley Holt, Kaye Ford,
Allie Mae Mills, Richard Updyke, Richard O'Brien.
Standing, L. to R.: Lyle Dixon, Theodore Grumley, Richard
Harkenrider, Larry Vanderhoef, Thomas Harkenrider, Florence
Osmin, Shirley Higgins, Ann Wyant, Winifred Saunders,
Harley Lamphier, Lawrence Hulse, Mr. Lowrey. Absent: Richard
House, Frederick Teribury.
First Row, L. to R.: Dale Pease, Kathleen Murphy, Mary Mix,
Emmett McNeill, Kaye Ford. Second Row: Evelyn Lounsberry,
Janet Phillips, Duane McCormick, Ann Wyant, Sally Waight,
Mr. Saleh, Gary Reimann. Absent: Joyce Fox, Eugenia King.
READY TO LOAD
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SURPRISED, MR. LOWREY?
GOOD OL' G.C.S.
GET THAT BALL!
First Row, L. to R.: Dean Sherman, William Updyke, Larry
Rogers, Laverne Stephens. Second Row: Dale Pease, Harley
Lamphier, Bryan Higgins, Victor Losey, Leo Grumley, Fred
Teribury. Third Row: William Kelley, Richard Harkenrider,
Gary Reimann, Duane McCormick, Richard House, Thomas
Harkenrider, Shirley Holt, Robert Losey, Clair Cornell,
Lyle Dixon, Mr. Thompson. Absent: Howard Hulse, Lawrence
L. to R.: Mary Mix, Evelyn Lounsberry, Patricia Wallace,
Joyce Fox, Suzanne Lippert.
First Row, L. to R.: Dean Sherman, Clair Cornell, Ralph
,MLXA-Harley Lamphier, Richard O'Brien, Larry Rogers.
Second Row: Leo Grumley, Gary Reimann, Robert Losey,
Shirley Holt, Dale Pease, Richard Harkenrider, Mr.
Thompson. Absent: Howard Hulse, Lawrence Hulse, Robert
First Row, L. to R.: Ruth Dennis, Betty Ann Brown.
Second Row: Sally Waight, Joyce Dixon. Third Row:
Lavaun Higgins, Miss Stieve, Ellen Murray.
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Shirley Holt, Richard House, Gary Reimann, Fred
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Archie Kernan, Robert Kramarik.
L. to R.: Shirley Clark, Mr. Salen, Ann Wyant
First Row, L to R Ronald Ersley, Thomas Harkenrider,
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