Iroquois Central High School - Iroquoian Yearbook (Elma, NY)

 - Class of 1958

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N ui i'QN :55+ v " f X W 9 X DEDICATIO MR NIILION I-XIINIPR Dzreflor of Ylhfelzrx W e, the c11ss of IQ53 dedlc lte our X efirhook to Nlr 1NI11ton1 IIIINCI' of the Phw SIC 11 leduc ltlon Dep Lrtment dlrector colch, ind teacher Xour .qu1d1nce, underst 1I1d1IlQf, 1nd deep lnterest Ill students h Us III Qt111ed rn us the M1618 of fur plfu 1nd good sportqm xnshlp We wlll 11w1w remember those 111261110118 pep 'lSQClNb1lCN 1nd how xou III splred unbounded school xplrlt We th 1111x you, Co xch 1 rtnner, ind we sh111 nu er forget xou md 111 xou 11 is e done for ux md tor Iroquols Centr11 J Ehal Van Lew fatally lnjured March 29 1958 It Mumnrnam How long one l1ves matters less than how well one deserves eternal 1 e Ellal Van Lew, 1 member of our senlor class, was an outstandlng person, admlred by students and faculty alike He was considered by everyone to be a frlend and a leader He was actlve ln many school actlvltles He was presldent of the Student Council, a representatlve ofthe unlor Red Cross, presldent of the class 1n h1s sophomore year, 1 member of thejunlor varslty and varslty football and basketball teams, 1 member of the varslty track team, and a member ofthe East Aurora Boys Club As we look back on our past three years at Iroquols and ahe ld to the future, we shall always remember Pllal for so many thlngs but especlally for hrs outstanding qualltles of leadershlp dependablllty sportsmanship, courtesy, and wllllngness to help 3 . 1 F u ' a 1. 1. l'f ." c . . c c ' . c. 5 . c r 4 ' . 1. 2 c , J , ' 3 , Yearbook Miss Krull Advzsor Marge Edwards Judy Lloyd Co edxtor Norma Zlebarth Lzterary edztor Bonnie Kohler Treasurer Helen Kamxnskl Layout to rhazrman Co editor Ted Miller Photography to ehaxrman Sharon Soanes Art editor Caryl Helntz Photography to ehaxrman Judy Graham Busznen manager Karen Johnson Head typut 4 Hilda Hoffman Layout eo ehatrm dn K L E 1 ' :J 7 ' lu '- lx a 50 Lzttle Tzme 9 X UI I 111 nn I rms I I dw 1rds SPORIS XX Rl I I RS Arm I BllLlllLlNft.l' R M111 vmrluoolt ed1tor lloyd 1t1rl1ooktd1tor lxr1sch1n lx lx1n11nsl11 D llxlt. R m Udgtn R Cu. L C00 ch1tH1 e tw Nlltc ll 1 B lx1rsc Ll POWIKI R D Ir1edh1ber H1ntLrlutr5tr D Nl1ss lxrull 5 lrlmoolt '1dv1sor QXX x Xxx -KRT AND BUSINESS MAN-X61-NIFINT STAFFS Row I cJClxlCl' -I Russell C Maleclu S Sm1th I Row Mr Ilmp lrt consultant Grah'1m -xx. TYPING STAFF Row I Kohler, B , yearbook treasurer, Pouth1er,-I , Schasel, M , johnson, lx Row 9 Hunt, C , P1l1p sk1, B , Fnedhalzer, ,I Both Jl1l1lOI'Q intl SCIIIOIS work on our WC1I'lHOOlx Ihe sen1ors ict is lelders md dlrect the Jumors who 1re g'1ll'1lHU exper1ence for the11 DOQIUOIIS on next yelr s st'1fI The students on th1s p 1ge hive contrlbuted much 1nd worked unt1r1nglx toward the publ1cat1on of the T958 Iroquozan We wlsh to think BKIISS 13.4 Krull, our new adv1sor, for ill the tlme and eflort she has g1ven to our yeirboolx to help mike It successful Somes C lrlson LITERARY AND PHOTOGRAPHY STAFFS Row I L1 scher, B , Underwood, J , l1ebarth, N Rota 2 Handy, D , Wooster, D , Hemtl, C , Metzger, IW , Tuck, XI Rowj Man gutara, M , Claxton, R , IVI1' DeFre1s, Photography consult ant, Mlller, T , H1ll, E 5 ff ' ' JD , A I 1, .1 I f - 1 1 A , ' A 11 ... ' - 1 - ' 3 'A "' ,gf I 1 5 I NM .-. 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Piguet 'O ,..,,,x Colm C Coats Vzre Preszdent George Nattrass ri"-.,1r?,, l A Donald Bartoo Dzxtrzct Prznrzpal BOARD OF EDUCATIO n A I Howard Sm1th Presxdenl Vle the Class of 1958 gratefullv acknowledge the work of the Board of l:,du CZ1f1Ol1 Ill our mterests It IQ mdeed through the com bmed eHort and f'OI'CSlgl1f of these men that 1 fine bal mee of scholastm, lthletlc, and extracurrlcullr lspects 19 achleved T hey strlve dll xgently to estabhsh fm en VIFOUIHCDI w1th proper em phasls on both c1t17ensh1p tralnlng and the attamment of other useful knowledge The Board ofEducat1on, e lected representatlves of the people 111 the D1SCF1Ct, ex emphfy the educatlonal ln terests of all ln our com munlty IH bulldmg the fu ture of IFOQUOIS Central Hlgh School Mr Kenneth Parkxnson, one of the representatlves be present when plctures of the board were taken 6 Kenneth Mcllrai th George B Fleld X 'K' QXS Nw QS Bramard E Prescott School Attorney ,ww 'G'x" 'QW' Richard E Allen Clerk of the Dulrzrl 'x AW O,- F rf-1 A K Ml: 1 9 ' 9 Q . 1 - z ' . 3 ' 1 ' . ' . ' 1 2 5 . . , 7 . . - . , . - J. . - ' , W , A Q W .f K , .,,,, is from VVz1les, was unable to ' r X4 '- ..,. , -93 ADMINISTRATIO 5 M 4 not IQ Principal of the District F,-.4-U6 as-a.,sG lrlf' bill. A. DONALD B.-XRTKXJ, whose energy' and hard work as Principal ot' the District hls made this ye lr 1 success for everyone it Iroquois Lentrrl School To the class of 1958 Congratulations to you who are terminating your high school careers with the last year ot lull opportunity at Iroquois Central for sometime to come You, like all of the other grad uating classes throughout the nation will be known as the I G X class because ot this all important International time of great international tension We have witnessed the conquering of space through the launching of an earth made satellite by the Russians A mad race for supremacy in super sonic missiles and sp Ice travel is on between nations The tension increases as this race widens the gap of distrust be tween nations This frustration has no bonds, as neighbor accuses neighbor and the unification 1nd calmness of cooper ative spirit seems to ebb LX mld rush for intellectual giants m the fields ofm lthem ltics and science is a constant challenge exerywhere World supremlcy tor prestige by phenomenal technology is the go ll It is a time when man turns upon his tellow man to condemn him for believed shortcomings ro duced by an ow er all leeling of insecurity on the part of every one, in this mighty effort to outdo each other The question then lrises out of this panorama ol hysteria What is to be your destiny? Cm it be that out of all of this world conflagration by man made weapons, or will mankind resolve his political differences and learn to live together, each dependent upon the other and all dependent upon the guid ance of a power greater than the human It is my sincere hope that you strive toward the accomplish ment of the latter, even though It may not be secured within your lifetime With all my heart I wish you success in this most important venture Sincerely yours, J,0.i2z 7 5 is . - .' "1 1 J ' ' - f ' 1 ' 1 ' . 'ae ,v"t'-1 T ff' K y .5 2 I .K . t . . t . . V . kg, P A , ' Y ' ' ' v ' V Y -K ' ' ' 5- ' ' Y- . ' I Y - l . I 1 . ' , ' , ' ' 1 J . . . ' '.: u f n ' ' , ' ' ' ' V s ' - , ' ' ' Geophysical Year. You are taking your place in society at a will come chaos and a sudden end to civilization through a Q4 l '. I - . , 4 i - ,' . ,' 4 f I 4 . A 4 4 c . 'i ' 4 , . 4 .' .Q 4 I 4 I - . i 1 ' - i ' K ' 3. '41 4 K I K. 1 . 5 . S ' , . - ' . ' 2 . ' - '. 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ADMINISTRATIO 'tn- L "NN- lN1r Russell E Corser Hzgh SrhoolP11m'1pzzI We express our th lnks to Mr Corsen, our pI'lHClp'1l, who ilwlys worked consclentlously md dlhgently for our beneht He dld much to m llxe our ye mrs lt ITOLIUOIQ ple IS int 1nd proht lble ones 'YJ Mr Ry an, the head of the P ngllsh De partment, held a new posltlon th1s year, that of asslstant prxnclpal In thls capac 1ty he alded Mr Corser ln varlous ways BCS1dCS h1s own teachlng dutles, he con trlbuted greatly to the supervrsxon and guldfmce of the yunlor hlgh d1v1s1on 1n partlcular M' M 8 Q1-IA, These are anxlous and Cruc11l dlys for our Coun try Many ch znges are tak mg place and you have a remarkable opportunlty to vxew these changes The world needs those who have keen nnnds, strong bodies, and wholesome characters lt needs tr11ned people lhls 19 the Challenge whlch IS yours Some of you w1ll go to 1nst1tut1ons of h1gher learn Ing, some w1ll enter the armed forces, some w1ll face the challenge of makmg an nnmedxate l1V1Dg All of you face the Challenge of makmg a l1fe wh1ch w1ll be purposeful,1nsp1r1ng and wholesome It IS my hope that your school has lrmed you wlth the knowledge, understand mg truth s1ncer1ty and honesty that Wlll make you 1 good cltlzen a credlt to yourself your f.'1I'11llS, and your Alma Mater Congratulations and best wlshes to all of vou Sxncerely Mr Denms Ry an Affszylanl Przmzpal S L L M' . - 'N 2 2 S - ' . 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K C L . ,. 1 . f' . . 1' 1 ' J ,N 2' . Y . . Q 1 3 I 5 I ., 1 s 1 7 , 3 . 3 - ani! f s I - l 1 , rs f ' , K 5 , , fi . . l . , x t " ,A C s M5 t t if . rf' ii Qs I , . 'Buzz Buzg Buzz D Mrs N in Hooker O fe ffnl and fvplvl 'ii 'Vlrx brlfhth Y ltflzboard and Rereptmnzfl llle clerlcxl md secrnr zr1 xl personnel lf lroquols ire ulmned lu 111 for me pmrurc rhex portrly of pnrfect coopera rlon depnmlxblllty eflilclencw, and all round helpfulness T?" 'T Mrs Tyler Senetary to Jllr Ballon S Mrs Robmbon Secretarg to Ur Comer 10 'H 1 'x N1 .Q , 5 'Q 3 , jfz' I A' 'V I A N' ' , ru" ' ' ' if' ' ' ' 1 1 3 ' z 'z 5 A 1 - . , 1 Q 1 z ' 1' 1 rl " ' . A ' I . . 7 . Y ' , kk ! K . 3 . - V ' '4 . 4 X , 'I 'L l . 1 L l Mr. Allen, Dixtrict Clerk u 13' , - 1 gg 4 A A V' f X - x f M l - , A I, . Q. ' , 41 ' ' . ' Q. I ' , ' A ' . Cafeterla fi Our cafeteria staff keeps us happy with good meals and ple1s1nt smiles Macaulay V L lfeterll 'VIan ager Viadell C Marzolf C Clark M Ruteclxi M Fullington B Clark F Maintenance Wlozftle W 'Q mi -G., This group of busy bees keeps our school spic and s an. lN fithis, D.- Bolt, As Christensen . C.- Scheifla K., ohnson, B: Maxson, G. Head Custodian. Transportation This team tr lnsports us to school with assurance ofa safe and comfortable ride. Hauber, V.g Szwuclkow Ski Schrader M Morris, S., Mitzel, V., Aldrich, A., Bliemeister, E., Bliemeister, A.g Sly, A.gM1l1ch CJSIFI M Scheifla, A.g Berry, A., Reichert, 1.4 Bittermnn, C., Schoenthal, A.g Dabb, M., Supervisor ll 'little Thing! Mean A Lot" Library SPECIAL SERVICES Mlss Bowers school llbrarxan has added to the joyment ofthe students through the world of books Mrs Ceranskl dental hyglenlst shows the proper method of brushmg teeth Health Mrs Ntildlg school nurse IS ready to make the mornmg attendance report 12 . , . . , en- ! I l ' - 1 , I. K Q- -K-ff......t I it I J A x 3 , X -Q cm--...- ' 0 I 0 -. . . -' , . . . v Y ' ! 3 ' A l ! Mr Gen Must: Mr Wxlllam A Bondl Mrs Ruth K Bosch Mr john B Dlckle Mlss Allce Doorley Business Art Mrs Dorothy Bokman Business M1ss Duane Clmton Mr Wllham J DeFre1s Cmzenshzp Educanon Industrial Arts Mr ElwoodF Eaton Muszr M155 Carol M Edmunde Phyxzcal Education Q MISS Loulse Ewart Mr Norman E Foster Home Economzcs Plzyxzral Edumtzon Mrs Dorothy N Frlsbre Mr Danxel M Fl'1Qb1C Mr ThomasH Gibbons Mr Alfred Goodemote Englzsh Crtzzemhzp Education Sczente Engluh Mrs Gertrude Holden Mr Frederick Hoppe Mrs Sarah B Kellogg Science Englzsh Cmzenshzp Education 15 MISS Karen Krull Donald Lamp Mr Mllton Laumer Mr Chfford Luders Englzslz Ar! Physzml Educalzon Agrzcullure I f J g Y... XIX I Mlss Suzanne Magavero Mr Robert Manchester Mrs MRFIOH Mann Language Mallzematmr Mallzematuxv Mr James S McCready Mxss Marcla McKeeman Mr Carl Norberg Mrs Saretta Rathgeber Sczenre Englzxh Mathematzr: Plzyszcul Edumlmn 16 H ' I 1 YA M Y 3 sg 3 V . fr 1 x 5 - V xx ,1 A 'V EYE V I . . g D 4 J . '? wg Y . - .IH Mr C Donlld Rfxthgeber 1111516 MQJW- fs 2 ki-X-A Mr RolmertI4 Riedel Mr Mlltonl Rogers 'Nlr Denms Rx In Phyfzml Ednmlzon Ualhemalzcs and Yczente Englzsh Mr Vsllll'1lT1J S1111 Czlzzenshzp Ednmtzon Mrs Dorothy Se1lem1n Home Economic: Mr R'1ymondL Sclarrmo Mathematzrs Mr E Don'1ld Schulman Indzzstrzal firm' ,ww sw ,K 'Fifi UW if Mr Leqlxe Sh'1w Mr W alter Sly perxkl Mlss Barbara Witter Cmzenshzp Fdlfrallofl Industrzal Art: Bzuzness 7 x R . ' I li' - , , ' P . R? E , j' V -i.gg1 ,. Q?f 4 wg, .,',,J. ll ' Qu" 'L ' ,.f-6:53 4225? 7 95 R + A f ',' f::g.:,f:g: ,L ' .4 ' Q fgf .SI'igf"'Eax X A' in W , 2 1 ' 3 fiffiaii gr,-'ai . 1. z . . '. ' . ' ,. J L . ja 4 A X l A . 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Q' in I8 0,6 1 Senior Hiicers 1:39 CARI L GEE Premdent Ambition To go to college Fondfyl Memory Sports at I C H S 456- MAMINTAL MANGUTARA Co Treasurer Ambmon Return to Amerxca and see everyone agam someday Fondexl Jllemary The t1me I reached the goal I sought to attain PENELOPE ARMITAGE Secretary ffmbmon To be a professional model Fondest Memory The Elma partles 2 ROBFRT E BI IFMFISTFR Y me Presldent flmbflfon Be a musxc teacher Fondexl Memorv I C I-I S sports THEODORE MII LFR Co Treasurer Amb1fIOU Invent a stronger KKICIIIOFILIITI cellmg Fondext illemofy VN orkmg m the d'1rk room . I , fi, N I Y IX l l I E '? F s R I . . R X 1' f , V I-' ' L - ,t j-gift li , ' 1 'EFF 3 I ia... x fix' v-'11 JOHNT A ARNIOI D Ambztzon U S N Fondefl Uemory f'r1duat1on f"'N """:v W IRCIVIA BARR flmbzlzon 'Io become a be 111t1c11n Fonda! Uemory Summer of 57 BETTY LFE BI' Rf' imbzlmn Marry R C Fondext 'llemory September 16 1954 JUDITH A BERWHARDT A77lblfI07I To become a teacher Fonda! 'llemory une I8 1955 KP NNETH F BEUTLER .ffmbzlzon U S W Fondext Uemmy Wmnmg the wrestlmg sectlonale 21 PATRICIA AWN BURR AmblfI071 To become a Secretary Fondeft llemorj September 7 1957 ANN BOQ 'lmbztzon Io he ln the Forugn Diplomfnt Lorps 1'ondeJt Uemary Junior Pl ix , an DAVID CLARK Ambition: Be happy Fondext Nlemor-y: With E. S. 1-EFX rf? -01 1 1 C.-XROI HN j BLSH 'lmbztzon Pmgmyivana- I' undef! Xlemory ROBERT J. COATSWORTH Ambilion: To be a ball bearing 'md keep the big wheels going Fondext fllemory: Football at I.C.H.S. 22 F x Oat ILNF 'NI C-XI KIWS F QS r"' fimbztzon Tuite 1 higlidazsjmto A-yet ponQe R 15 Fondwr Vemory Fx erS0 ndS:- TJ' ex erx thing pjxq- 5 QQ-N mtv X31 -11-T17 LEON V. CURSOINS zfmbilion: Be 21 man without a country in the l1nd of women Fondwl jlemargv: Sports it Iroquois MARGARET PATRICIA EDWARDS Ambmon Always be happy Fondest Memory Junior Pa Q ywjj PAMELA L DRUSHLER kg Ambztzon To Hmsh Nursmg School ?e'X Fondesl Memory A certam basketball ,b + game -x""M-"Wiz MARY PATRICIA ERNESTO Ambztzon To succeed ln life Fondest Memory Truth or Consequences RONALD H FILIPOWICZ Ambition To wm a race wlth the Dodge Fondest Memory Those crazy parties SALLY A FULLINGTON Ambition To always be as happy as I am now KENNETH H FRIEDHABER Ambzlzon Be a graduate of Iroquols Fondest Memory October 9 1949 Fandest Memory Iroquois football games A' -' ' j 3 QQ 1 Q.: O I 6 . X l f .1 . ' ' X . . 1 -K ,X T ' 1,il'f'l' ' if L 23 JUDY ALICIA GRAHAM Ambition To wm the Pul1t7er Prl7e for Llterature Fondesl Memory Laughter 'md good CARYL E HEINTZ Afmbzlzon To be a research scmentlst Fondesl Memory Life DIANE ALICE HANDY Ambxtzon Lead a successful and happy 1 e Fondesl Memory A Cornell weekend 'HILDA MAE HQFFMAN I Ambmofz Med1caISecretar Fondext Memory june- 16, 1956 I X 1 X 1 sw ' X x ' I l P xr 24 ' :R dh 1 n v xxx: I p 3 R JOHN I-IAUSAUER Ambition To graduate Fonda! 'Vlemory Black Ford JANE HURD Ambmon Teach down m the Canbbean s es Fonda! Memory Tram statxon ln Pamsvllle .xx times in K rf In 'D ' ' 512 Yi?I5f'Q3E1Z3'rl3gS. emi! YQ o , Kg -fl I Wifi If '. xx -I5 N' I. N ,- Q ' ' 'KN lvxy ,rl Xi ' I x re .L we .1 ,rf w- H , ,,:-' I xf - I . f in 7 ,. . Lx I I 2' I" 'W I .. . . 'T N" ll, n I . . . af .-5 .,.,nlu! RICH-XRD I IKKIFI 47715111071 fu own '1 hotnl Fondext Ilemorw All rhg plrtxc IxARl'X NI IOHNQOW 'lmoztzon Tu L0 to collcgu Fonda! Uemorv Iroqumx of-.Q HELFNI F KAMIINSKI Ambztxon Teach ut Iroquols Fondeyl Alamo: v Operetta W II I IAM KEEI E Amozlzan B S S S Fondest Ilfemory Mu 1940 25 56313 lmoztzon Own '1 i960 Mercurw convertllmle Fondeft llemorv I-Ior M mlll ROGER VN KELLY Ambztzon Be Mr Luders Ag teacher Fonda!! Memory Griduatlon Day V,.Q A Y I A ' I 1 ' A i M.. - x' f I GERALD KAIVIINSKI I ' ' r X I - . 1 - - .' R' 7 X A - . I 1 . . - 1 ' s O , 9 r W . M I ' I . - Fifi CQQLJ J I, Y Ak L 1 ,L Q 1,2 h V . I "' '24 V . ' -4 3 . , ' 1 ' ' Q ' ' f . ' . . fi' , I .' 4 I . , , I 4 4 4 I 4 ' ' " : . . . . ' - Y f : . j 21, IW BRENDA M KIENHOLZ Fondes! Memory August7 1956 BILLIE B KINGSLEY ffmoztzon U S N Fonderl Memory Sernor year at I C H S PAUI A KI OC Ambztzon Be a success ln radlo and T V electronics Fondext Memory Work at home BONNIE R KOHLER Ambzlzon Live over the summer of 56 Fondest Memory March 30 1957 MARY RUTH LARKIN Ambition Be a private secretary Fondest Memory Summer of 57 26 BARBARA L LISCHER Ambxlzon Take a canoe trlp through Canada Fondert Memory A trip to Alleghany State Park Wm y x I 0906 I O . CQ -'QF -3. ,B 3 wifi Ambition: Have :tons of fun in life Cllr , .4 K 4. s , Ik I ff' f S e . . : .I , DONALD F MAXSON Ambzlzon Own a 58 Bunck Century bl STELLA MALECK1 Convm' e Ambmon Be successful m art make car people happy JUDITH A LLOYD Fondeft Memory Mr Lamp and Mr Amoztzon To be 5 tall 3 Nlslta Fond .rt Aflemory Tnp to Atlanta Georgm MARIE ANTIONETTE METZGER Ambmon To teach music to Heather Shaw Fonda! Memory Being I6 and I7 at Iroquols MARY J MILITELLO Ambmon To be a success Fonda! Memory January 30 I957 27 KATHLEEN F MOORE Ambmon Llve Love be Happy Fondcsl Memory October I4 1955 . X , ' 1 lx' ii l . . A - , , Fondext Mzmory: Drlvmg the old school , . , I I, . 0 : . . c : ' , : 1 : l DAVID L MORITZ Ambztzon Beat Sprmgvllle Fondest Memory Summer of 57 Q9 RICHARD OGDEN Ambmon Be successful ln anythlng I decude to do Fondexl Memory 2 years at Iroquols VIRGINA S MUNN Ambition Have cake and eat lt too Fondnt Memory Basketball games of 56 RICHARD PENN Ambition To be a m1ll1ona1re Fondest Memory MV first car 28 DAVID J NEWTON Ambmon To prove to Elmxans that Marxlla s the best town Fondest Memory Spamsh II class THELMA M POST Ambmon Be happy and make people happy Fondesl Memory When I got my colt I 'Q f . lx , X I .. J h . . s y p if E I A .gxleflz gif ' ! A A 2 - I z Y JEANNE M POUTHIER Afmbztzon To go to college Fondest Vlemory C escent Beac fjyyfm MICHAEL E PUCCI Ambztion Play ball m the Major Leagues Fondext Memory Farm 81 Home Week Cornell 1956 world Fondest Wfemory Years at Iroquois BILL ROBINSON Ambition To go to engmeenng college Fonden Memory Bus 7l43 on October 9 F RICHERT 1957 Ambmon -Iom the Navy and see the RITA REIGI-I Afmbxtzon Take a mp wxth Soanzy to Colorado m her blue Ford Convertible Fomlest Memory 6 A M May 30 1957 GAIL V RUSSEL Ambzlzon Have a. I-Ilgh Pomt Score Award horse wlth M1Alma ln front of h1s name Fondest Memory The snowstorm m january if . KX DN' 54. Q I-l 1 A Q50 ' I 29 MARGARET A SCHASEL Ambztzon L1ve love, laugh and be happy Fondexl Memory Summer 57 JAMES SCHOENTHAL Ambmon To become a diesel technlclan Fonden Memory I C H S HENRY A SCHMIDT Ambzlzon To be an engineer Fondest Memory 6 oo A M May 30 19 7 ROBERT SCHROEDER Ambztzon To be a draftsman Fondext Memory Alden 57 games 30 LAWRENCE I SCHNEIDER Ambition To crack the sound barrler m my car Fondexl Memory September I7 1957 JOHN SHAFFER Ambzlzon Own a Pierce Arrow Fondext Memory The Jumor Play r an 1 ,Y . A . : Y 3 , 4 ' l , , . : . . ., , 5 , , - , 1' , eff A - K-WV bf , , ,mf - ' X 1 A '+ -. fmfriwffic rk 7 . MERLE SLY DAY ID R SMITH zimbztzon To successfully fmlsh engmeermg college F ndesl Ilflemor Nlghts out Ambztzon Go to Montarm 0 'y Fondesl lllemory October 2 1956 LINDA K SMITH Ambztzon Be an lnterlor decorator Fondesl Nlemory VISII to E j C SHARON R SOANES Afmbmon Be a success Fondext Memory Iroquois Central 31 KATHLEEN C SMITH Afmbznon To stay out of trouble Fondext Memory Too m1ny to choose from PENNY A SOUDER Ambmon To be a prlvate secretary Fandesi Memory May IO 1957 bk NM M ANNA MARIE TIEFEL zlmoztzon Become a nurse Fondesl Memory My tr1p to Europe EARL VAN LEW Ambition: Join Army Fondest Memory: Iroquois f""'5 NORENE T TUCK Afmbnzon Help make the world a better place ln which to lnve Fondext Memory May i957 ELIAL VAN LEW Ambilion: To always be a part ofa team Fondexl Memory: Sports in Iroquois FERRFII R VAN HOUSEN Amozlzon Own construction company Ponder! Nlemory My first Chevy JOHN WARCHOCKI Ambition: Own a mink ranch Fondext Memory: Mr. Lamp's homeroom CLIFFORD VS EBSTER Ambxlzon Pass Amermcan Hlstory Fondext Memory May 2 1 5 fn. MELVYN R ZIMMERMANNI Ambztzon To out talk everybody else Fondest Memory My three years at Iro quols Central N-N, KATHLEEN VSHEELER Ambztzon Get a MRS degree Fondest Memory May 9 1957 PAUL ZOELLER Ambzlmn To pass Trlg Fondesl Memory May I 1954 33 NORMA A YIEBARTH Ambzlzon Enroll at W est Point Fondesl Memory Three wonderful years at Iroquoxs CH R 184, I lf.: FRANK D DFAN Ambztzon Go around the world ln 80 mln utes wxth my Dodge Fondexl 'Vlemory Too many !,,,+f1'f A " ' E7 "I I ll . A 1 :N . . ,xr lily' eff J ' -'I' 'I r? fvv ' 'll . - ff i Y . xl ,M I 1 , if , Eli L R ,lx 5 if L .l ' Y ? ,f E EMM 5 i- I . . : . I A .' ' NANCY GATTIF Ambmon MRS Degree Fondest Memory February RICHARD A KRIEGER Ambmon To own a new Corvette Fondesl Memory Football under Coach Latimer PATRICIA JEAN McCORMICK Ambztzon To Ilve llfe to the fullest Fondevz Memory August II 1957 PAUL OBERLE Ambition Enjoy life Fondexl Memory Too many to remember HOBART ROBERTS Ambmon C1v1lEng1neer Fondexl Memory August IO 1957 34 LOIS L Ambzlzon Be a nurse Fondesl Memory Homemakmg III Ji: l A " I4 . 5 I wif A : , if . l , y Q . . . . V ' Ii 04 ' ig 3 I , 12 ,ff R' . ' RAY WEISS Fondest Memory My first car SHIRLEY E UNVERDORBEN Ambztzon Become a dletltlan Fondesl Memory March 20, 1956 BRUCE W WRIGHT dmbmon To wm the drags at Geneva Lake JANET ELAINE WILL Fondest Memory Saturday nights m dmbxtzon Obtam MRS Degree SP1-mgvllle Fondesl Memory july I6 1955 35 I Ji fi Ambition: Be a success : J I qu! Q 1 f N mr worth X Nlosr XCI'S'1f11C Bonme Ixohler Hank Schmldt -.1 NIO t 'Nhmcal 'Xhrns Nletzger Bok Blu mewter ENIOR POLL 'NIU r Xdmxnd Qlllx Fullxrmton Flml Y in I LW I -ff N U t Arm tm Qrnlll 'NI 1lLcL1 B111 Ixeele Nlot Buhtul jeqnne Pouthlcr Bula Schroeder Din dn lmer Xurm1 fllllwiflh ken Beutler Xlgt Courfeoua Norene Tuck 'Xlel 'Xlangutara 361 , V A .7 Y , V' A Bw . ' 5- film n --Hilda IIuH'nmn, Bulw Cmltx- A X , ' 1 -.1 1' ' 3 , '. .- ' I nz r' J . , , 4 " 9- W , if 'g 4 A ""L,s' ixx , N ' x 7 'Q , , . 5 1' '2,,' Y K 'JV Q R .1Q.RA'-.,-:.:N",'Y .. vjf- . 7 , " ,s .,--. 'IJ , ,fi ., W ' 3 'a K I L .Q qi. i P' 9 , g if V lg if ff . 5 . ,' +L K' . , w 41 . S -'.v ', . N at I1kyIK rc Succmd IN 1 L Sthlhldl' KC? Dld Mmm Por ICHS judy Llovd Ted Mnllpr But -Xppcirancg I3 rl: I schu II I I U1 I LW 'Zlll The T king! You Are" I dvr 1rd H ink mt IJFILIIIJI dx rx u 1 I um Most Athlurxc Judy C rxh1m Don Mix un 49 NIostDepend1ble Qally I4uII1ng,ton Cqrl Gee lIost qtudmux udx I lmd led 'Nllller INIoQtIr1cndIy Pwr Frnesto Lirl C e 'YY 1, i .L ' - ,f ffl Q . :AAA .Inf af H R I:rg- 'I 'L s, 1 ' NI, 'Rf ' 7-lu-'II1h:1, Q Curwn, if am If T QQ1 9 , , 1 - Y N I , . - - 1' : . . . ' L 1 1 ' 1' , t I I I f 4 'W ' 7 , 1. 1 J- x--', ' 44 I 4' .s 7 I 1' f fxf 1' . 7" '- . , J , I. ie . .' --- il .13 1, 21:1 ' A 37 l- l9 8 CLASS HISTORY The class of 58 has had many Moments to Remember Vie entered Iroquois Central ln the fall of 1955 somewhat apprehenslvely, but gaily smgmg Back to School Again After all we were privileged to have a brand new school with every possible modern convenience Who wouldn t be happy about that? There were many new friends to be made and we soon were well enough acquainted with our new surroundings and classmates to really begm functioning as a class A beginning toward our goal as semors was made with the elections of Ehal Van Lew Henry Schmidt, Kathy Moore, and Dave Smith as class officers After much suspense, the first cheerleaders of Iroquois Central were chosen They began their attempts at controlling our exalted cheers for the new football team but no one can hold an Iroquolan down on the verge of victory Those rousing pep assembhes conducted by Coach Latimer did much to keep up team morale and school spmt The same was proven true about basketball games A vast majorl ty of Iroquois students turned out for these games, with the help of school buses and the many slumber parties following, weanly greeted the dawn Suddenly the Christmas sp1r1t was everywhere as we watched the chorus and cast present the beautiful Christmas story Almost before we realized it January exams bounced lnt0 our hallowed halls and sobered everyone up After recover mg from that shock we began plans for our big soclal event of the season This was the Soph Hop, a gurl ask boy affair that really caused a flutter of hearts, as well as activity The Semor Class amidst the excitement of bemg the first graduatmg class of Iroquois, established the traditional Semor Farr and the sophomores energetlcally participated with numerous booths Everyone enjoyed the mann feature of the Semor Farr the Aquatic Show which was presented in our new pool The social aspect of our first year at Iroquois was soon completed with the presentation of the umor Play Operetta and Iroquois Antics We completed the scholastic part of our roles as sophomores with june exams as a climax Our report cards became msurance policies that we had earned our new tltle as juniors and would be entitled to enjoy our new status whlle strlvmg to hear the strains of Pomp and Cir cumstance as semors We arrived back at Iroquois enthusiastic and re vltallzed from a wonderful summer vacation Everyone was anxlous to begin his jumor year officially with the election of Merle Sly John Warchocku, Kathy Moore, and Bob Schroeder as class officers Eagerly we started organizing the many functions we would present and participate in After the thrill of attending the first home football game on our newly dedicated Iroquois battleground a group of the more fortunatejumors began to sing, Meet Me in St Louis as they rehearsed the Junior Play Many talented students were discovered through this hllanously successful presentation Not too much later, the new Iroquois Central Student Council was organized and we were asked to approve the con stxtutlon We still weren t through founding organizations as was proven when the Hlstoncal Club blossomed out to make a vicious attempt on the authority of well establlshed rules of parliamentary procedure Later on six jumors were honored by being accepted into the also newly organized National Honor Society Chapter Christmas came and went with its usual exciting fervor leaving Mr Eaton and Mr Norberg nervously cavortlng around the music department m preparation for the operetta, The Moon Hangs Low This left many starry eyed couples in its wake so they were all set for the umor Semor Prom and Danced All Night to the theme tune of Eve ning m Pans As a relleffrom studies m Amerlcan history concerning great world wars and Wales Indxans, we were conducted Around the World m 80 Days, for only a small fee by the members of the Aquatic Club The relief was only temporary, however, for after a very festive, successful Semor Fair we plunged into une exams Maybe we should have stayed in the other side of the world during the month ofjune' Oh well all the juniors are Earth Angels anyhow, and those exams weren t so bad After working hard and sharing new responsibilities we reached our goal We were semors' ' l Ah, sweet bliss Sweet responsibility' Semor year in Iroquois Central was begun under curtailed sessions after failure of the Bond Issue We missed our activity period tremendously, but sincerely applauded the faculty and administration for their successful arrangement of our crowded schedules and classrooms As semors we felt all the responsibilities left behmd by past semors This year we prospered under the leadership of class officers Carl Gee, Bob Bllemexster Penny Armltage, and Mammtal Mangutara As a record of our prosperity, we offer the over whelmmg financial success of the magazine sale Melvyn Zimmermann, top magazine salesman, set a rapid pace for the semors to follow in raising money to finance the yearbook With a surprise as goal the senior boys competed with the senior girls on selling the most magazines and the boys were victorious A football dance was held after the Eden game Henry Schmidt and Rita Relgh were the proud k1ng and queen of this dance, our first senior social affair Iroquois enjoyed its first exchange student this year We hope Mammtal has returned to the Phtllpplnes with many fond memories and good impressions of Amenca He certainly has left many new friends behmd We wish h1m much success and luck ln his quest for college while here in Amenca Thls year a privilege was granted us that we wish many future senior classes will be able to enjoy Our integrated home room in the cafeteria was quite a change from our all girl and all boy homerooms of last year Throughout our senior year, we learned the value of close cooperation and many new responsibilities These insured the success of our Semor Fair Prom and all the other HCIIVIIICS which we found fast approaching We are very grateful to everyone to Mr Griffith for h1s expert guidance, to Mr Corser, for his contributions toward our school s famous reputation, and to the faculty members for their understanding and for preparing us as future adult citizens of Amenca who are proud of their Alma Mater We have had our Blue Mondays with Stormy Weather but we have also had our Stardusts Not exactly happy to leave our beautiful and memorable high school daze, we are eager to face the world and live our futures as we lift our voices in song and the Alma Mater echoes back with extra spe cial meaning 38 1 tr n y ' - . . 1. . 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A 1 E IOR CLASS PROPHECY A vrsrt to a fortune teller reveals the future of the Class of 58 Look into the crystal ball and note wrth us the parade which rs gathering to celebrate our class reunion As the parade passes we see Norma Zrebarth drum majorette stepping along to muslc composed by Marle Metzger under the direction of Bob Blremerster renowned band leader Directly following the band are Dave Newton Chip Cursons, and ohn Shaffer, mayors of Marllla Elma, and VN ales respectively They are rldmg lh a new Skyrocket convertible orrglnated by Lawrence Schneider and manufactured by VVarchock1 W right Incorporated Here come the floats' On the first float some alumnr prominent ln the business world, are displaying v1r1ous abilities which have brought them eminence Ginny Munn ls taking dictation from her boss Melvyn llmmermann 1 United States Senator Marge Schasel and Rita Relgh, renowned speed typlsts, are dlsplaymg their dexterity Pat Bork Ivzren ohnson eanne Pouthrer, and Mary Larkin someof theoutstandmng secretaries ofAmer1c1 are taking dictation from their bosses ames Schoenthal '1 man skilled In diesel technology Hobie Roberts top clvll engineer in the llnd and Dick Penn, famous phllanthroplst are dictating A float sponsored by the Farm Bureau shows in array of farm equipment designed by Frledhaber Hausauer Company 'md manufactured by Sly s Farm Fqu1pmentAssoc1'1t1on Roger Ixelly Frle County Farm Bureau Agent ls demonstrating the latest farm equipment Featured as the farmer of the year IS ken Beutler The state 4 H club agent udy I loyd shows local club members the proper techniques in sewing and food preparation Mrs America the former Hilda Hoffman, overlooks the proceedings from her royal throne, proud that she was once a 4 H member Seated on one float is Penny Armitage model who has appeared on the cover of Vogue Her modermstrc attire was created by Sharon Soanes fashion designer recently returned from France Her ha1r do and make up have been styled for the occaslon by Gmny Barr a leading beautxclan In between floats we see Thelma Post r1d1ng on her faithful mount and Gall Russell on a mount that has just won a noted lnternatronal horse show Caryl Hemtz, outstanding research SCICDIISI, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Blology, ns sitting 1n a carriage drawn by sxx white horses Key busrnessmen of the area have sponsored a float and have sent their representatives Bonnie Kohler of KEEBLER KR-XCKER KORPORATION Linda Smrth of INTERIOR DECORATORS UNLIMITED Dick Jaknel who owns hotels from coast to coast Ferrell Van Housen from VAN HOUSEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY and Paul Zoeller Cliff Webster, and Dave Smlth, from a famous lrne of drug stores, are seated rn a round table discussion Riding m a Thunderbxrd we see Ann Bos who has just returned from a diplomatic visit to Russia Sally Fullington delegate to the United Nations and Judy Graham wmner of the Pulltzer Prlze Coming mto view IS the P T A float Representing the teachers are Helen Kammskn president of the assoclatxon ane Hurd who has come to speak on her teaching exper1ence1n the Caribbean and Judy Bernhardt elementary school teacher Janet Will Kathleen Wheeler, and Betty Berg are happily married homemakers and are members of the local P T A In the procession, the arts and crafts float depicts a huge colorful palette by Bill Keele Also on the float are Stella Maleckr pamtmg a portrait ofJune Calkins a renowned celebrity from Hollywood Mary Militello domg scenic art work and Pat Ernesto creating an image m clay Next IS an exhibition of modern engineering mventnons Paul Kloc s engmeless car IS creatmg tremendous excitement Bill Robinson and Hank Schmidt have just completed plans for the constructron of a trans oceanic bridge Those plans drafted by Bob Schroeder are on display on the float Now, come marching the class members that have made '1 career rn the armed SCFVICCS John Arnold Blllle Kingsley, and Herb Rrckert lead the way as admlrals ln the Navy, helping to protect our nation against attack Earl Van Lew and Dave Clark are also here for they are important figures ln the pentagon Ron Flllpowxcz and Dick Ogden have found happiness rn the Strategic Arr Command Some promment women rn the armed services are Kathy Smith, leading pilot of the WAF S Penny Souder, famous VVAVE correspondent and Anna Trefel Pam Drushler and Lois Tomllnson, nurses in the WAC Many of the alumni of the class of 58, noted rn the world of sports, are featured on the float commg up now Among these are Carl Gee halfback for the Cleveland Browns recently named most valuable player of the year Mike Puccr, who holds the record of hitting 120 home runs m a season Don Maxson valuable player of the Boston Celtics, professional basketball team and Gerry Kammskl, world champion wrestler, are others seen Dick Krieger football coach at U C L A IS counselmg the present captalns of the I C H S team We see a float presenting a group of feats accomplished by some members of our class Barb Lrscher has recently com pleted a canoe trmp through Canada Frank Dean has gone around the world ln eighty mlnutes m his Dodge Also on this float IS George Chase the first man to land on the moon Pat McCormick was the first girl to enroll ln West Point, a step ln the advancement of women s rights Paul Oberle who caught a whale on a fish hook, and Steve Sprrngston, the nchest man ln history, are also paradrng The last float ln the procession displays persons noted rn the hterary field Nancy Gattle has just finished a novel to be published by the Moritz Weiss Publishing Company ofCh1cago Brenda Krenholz, author of How to Live Life and Enjoy It a best seller, has been welcomed m her home town Shlrley Unverdorben and Carolyn Bush have collaborated to brrng about a more eflicrent library classification system to replace the Dewey Decimal System Ted Mxller, a well known photographer is here to cover the celebratxon Also here as journalists are Kathy Moore, from the WALES WINDOW Diane Handy, from the MARILLA GAZETTE and Marge Edwards, from the ELMA TRIBUNE These world famous papers were founded by these well known reporters Heading the alumni association are Bob Coatsworth and Ellal Van Lew who planned and helped carry out the parade Norene Tuck Unxted States ambassador IS here helping to improve world relations 39 42 ., , . 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At the doorway we see Mrs. Bokman, Mr. Lamp, Mr. Dickie, and Mr. Schulman, overlooking the parade with satisfaction as they see successful occupations that the alumni of this class have chosen. Miss Krull, to whom we owe the success of our yearbook, is smiling fondly on the procession. As we leave the fortune teller, we only hope that the dreams and ambitions as seen in the crystal ball may come trueg and all the members of the class of 1958 may lead not only successful lives but happy ones too 5 CLASS WILL Vie the Senior Class of 1958 being of sound body and perhaps mind, do hereby submit this to be our last will and testament Bartoo Future successful years at Iroquois Corser An automatic mike tapper t ie Faculty Cast iron nerves Maxson and Staff The patience to continue keeping Iroquois as clean as it was for us To Mr Griffith An automatic problem solver To the School 'I he desire to preserve the good reputation that we have established the Nurse s Oflice lhlore cots for Hu patients Future Seniors Ihe cafeteria for homeroom Future Cheerleaders Fans that cheer Mr Latimer I nendmg ideas for pep assemblies Mr Rathgeber Students that practice Mrs Rathgeber and Miss Edmunds Cooperatixe gym classes lVlr Ryan 'Ihe 15th to the 19th forever lVIr Shaw More friends from Gook Hollow lVIr Frisble A I ankee team that can win Driver 'I raining Classes Cars with rubber bumpers Miss Magavero Decrease in Latin students Miss Krull Fewer complications in compiling a yearbook Cafeteria Stall A continuation of this year s well planned and well balanced lunches Board of Lducation Fewer problems Bus Drivers SILLIN CIH' ll Mr Dabb Buses that arrive on time o Senior Advisors Memories of the cooperation given to them bv the Senior Cl iss Mr lhlanchester Answer books with the right answers Mr Bondi Students who know wh it alphabetic ll order is the I-Iomemaking Dep lrtment A boys homemaking class l IA More trips to Alfred the Buslness Dep lrtment A bigger Bookstore Mel College ID the l nited States I uture Footb ill Players Fewer postponed g unes o Mr B aton ind hir 'Norberg IllI6lI' operettl presented on Bro zdw iv Future 'I e irbook Stafls The willingness to work many 1lfCI'f100lIS to complete the IFOQUOIHD 'I 0 I' X ery one, every where W orld peace 40 , . 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I l :' ' 2 J 1 za To 4 'z ' ' ' N ' ' jz ' : .f ' ' : OUR EXCHANGE STUDE l Lv SL M1m1nt.1l lNIel M1ngut1r1 our first exchange student N tmlnt ml N IIIQQUY 1r1 lfter erosslng the I 1e1f1e Oce rn, ll'I'lVCLl here list summer from the Phlllpplnes IS Iroquois C,CI1tI'1l s hrst exch mge student under the lusplces of the 'XITICFICIU held Serv1ee Ihls sncteen xeir old Xmbisswdor ofGoodw1ll, is he wfts c llled by hls countrymen, fmttended our school for one XCIF, shfmng wnrh us knowledge md understanding of the 'XIUCTICIII Wu of llfe is 1 plrt of hls scholtrshlp Mel h1s melsnlme llso brought w1th hlm some 1lDll1fW, to be 1 worthx emlss mrs ln hls tlreless efforts IH lll tetlvltles IN order to eonxey Inform H1011 to Ins eountrw I pon hls dep uture, he left wlth us his lm tppw md frlendly smlle, m mv new frlends md lus ple 1s1nt person tlxtx Hls hlppmess md gr lflfllelti for our hospltllltw w1s evldent to 111 who knew hlm He once s ud, If thls 1SO11lX 1 dre'1m I wlsh not to w llse lnto re lllfY We If ITUKIUOIS Qentrfll w lnt to fllllllx Nlel for eommg to sh Ire wlth us 1 better knowledge of the Phlllpplnes We hope to see hlm Ill future xe 1rs enjoxmg 1 life full of h zppxness 1nd good fortune ffl ,f" Qin 0 I f ,' K r N- J as . . . . ., . . ' . . . 1 . Q , s. 7. -' ' v . . ' , , . . . L . . , . .. g . . . . , . 5 l ' D 1 I - 'w ' 1 V- 1 1 w 1 x ' L: iz' A . .2 2 3 3 z 5 , Q 5 " 1 ja: ' : customs and trzldltlons of hxs country. He tried, to the best of Ins x W ' x I . g 2 A 'L' ' Y' 2 1 L ' 5 Q, 1 :sz ' 5 1 ' z ' z U ' v.' L '. ,.- ' YU ' 1 ' . z 1 ' l ' ' ' L 5 1 - "They Say Itfr Wonderful " IHI' SPNIOR Ll -XSS OP lg 8 l SENIOR CI ASS OFFICERS Sealed C Gee President P irmrtage Secretqrx Swmndzng' R Bhemelster Vice Presx dent I Nllller ASSISI-lflt Trcaxurer M Mangutara Treas urer qu. SENIOR ADX ISORS .Sealed Mrs Solomon Vtandzng Nlr Lamp Mr DlCI'xlC Mr Schulmin The Senior Club wah ako adused by 'Nlrs Bokmfm durmg, the flrbt semexter 1. Q . . Q ., ' vu I , K .4 3 5 5 1 Af Q I 9 M I If ' Q5 1 35, ,R -. k-f" - -,I I Ie X I IX X . H K. 3 I , 1. v.. I , F Y A - .I .. 'Q : ' : . , ' g .. , I .'.k lf . . , .'- 3 .. ,.g':' g . , :- y 1 . '.y 4 K - D tg! I I .' , . . I ' Y . 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QW 4 Ls X ! f, uv Rau 1 Ben er D D lvlu S I reu urcr Penrl F X Prexldent lrlmmore R Pre ldgnr Thurston halslq XX Rau Ramxew R Stridtmun I Rane R james lx Frank I Ro 3 Lane P Pfitzlngpr L Phllllpb Best Md rlch XX onex I XXell D Szulewxkl Dunohue I' Rau 4 Sxrata B Benin Northrup S Hotlz XV luunr w cn XX Prlce CLASS S Secretary lcuure B 'Xllc Slade I Sperlmr B Tuck 'XI X Raul IlCllhSlxl S XXasow1c7 Curbons R Bove,E lxammxlu R Shank lx Schaub T Row2 MoHit H Radder C Xxllldfd R Nllchalel-T1 D -Ionee C 'XIc'XI1hon -I Helneman S -Iones,T Ro,c3 lxlrszentem T lxozak T lxmqxles R Schatrner S Prmor S Tolmer D Bnerl R Barke WIEZ D XX1ndohl XX Rau 4 XXolt j Rmlxerr N M1jchbzak L XXesolowsk1 Rrlschan L Berner lx XX1X L Conley C Maier S Colm B 3 46 ld fl 'il 4, Nf fnllwert B lord D 'NIcI1rI1ndI M1thgw R Barr NI Burckhxlter I' Wzdell A ou 'NIC llskx M fxdul I Lumplmll I N'I1llLr Ix Rguthpr Stollwer I+ W mgelm IN Stevenx Lrepx 'NI us 0 1 :.r 'ur G1 I' Ilxchgr B Brxdgmm N Ixutter Ertcl D Hlcku R Derkmltz I' R0 .1 Iulwon M Huebxch I I 1I'I1L1 L Brlstol Izlsen Imuer Nittras NI Thomas D QFIIFIIII Ix Hall Hail the ng! All H76 '9 -1 U' I' vu., Rota 1 Samer,I Ixmg I' Ridder M Montague P Conrad 'Nletfger Cy Holmes T R04 P Ixnuth R Puccl ,I Ian Houscn Bork M Iiollgr B OH.hlLlN S Mlller j Whgcler D Rowj Bardol R McCorm1cI. I' SIWHCIROWSRI L Donuhuc I Carbon S Ilerce I Ixmll NN Rod. 4 Roblnson R Ulnch B Ifzrrlngtun L Newton Becker -X Schoenthll R Wmthyr 4. 41 . 1 r , . . " A 4 - ,- ML ' ' ,fl ,f .-qi, -I xx ' . . I I 7 I '. ' lf! ' ' " J' .JJ . I, . A V V , , . f ..- ,V , sr . ,L ' ' J ff' ' - -. ,' . . e I 1' - ' , - . , if Lf... Q Ig I-'f 'H R. ,I ,S " an 32 QI I . y I I1 f- I I 'j 1, r If ' W I.. ,Q " D I I f 4 ' ' - g. " ij f'bN.I "' 4 4 ' A . ,J , . I ' Q ,, ' - f I ' l 0 " "' I - X 4 X., I X ' X 7 I 3 ' I K I :sk I - r' 2 , l fy 5. 'I . A J o rf I . W '-.1 V .LK ,q-49 S Y, I I Rota' 1: V , .: . , .qx 51 . , ..g . ' N, .g , . .Q ' 1 , Lg I. , . .R " .?:.I hz I", .3 ..' ',..g . -, ,.:. ', .Q ' ' ,,I.g , .3 I: Y , .g J, - I P.g 5, . .g Dall, D. R icj: Bak- , D.: BI. , G.: II, ..: .. 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' , ' ,. , . x -w J "v f ' ' Q 'v v 'w y -v 3 A-s y - ' ' , -1 , -sv , ,J-z ',--9 1, .4 ',-- K GG 3, Llffjz: Rowl Var1S1clcle M Bllnston Slunner F Foss L Slebert D Hull R fee H Holzborn 'I R012 Slclarsl-cl B DTXICS R Dobbm D Duiiin P Hocabush L -Ierome F R1eman 'NI llerulla S Buchblnder R Smlth F huns R Rowj Hopluns S Barlctt S Wallace F Lucle D Want uch D Carne NI Buffum P Nxe lx Fleld 'NI Rolnnxon R Henderxon C Offhaus E Rouff Flaxg A Hertman F Groff R Schreglman I O tolslu S Flllpslxl R,B1rkew1tz S Rutecln B Rozeskl R Dunn R Hmll CLASS OF 1961 Raul Long P Leasure D 'Newell D Graham D Olfhaus Ryszlxa A Clawcomb D Wooster D Hollowood R Ro 2 lxlluler C Webber C Reld D MacDonald D Pxwlxo 'NI Scoield L Smlth lx Ward L Faltlslxo R Cry an lx L1ppmann T Rovzj Pl"LlNlxl D Wheeler F Belter D Lattxmore N Lnderwood D Barr J lxormynslq B Ackermin -X Offhaue G Reed R R0 4 Flxclc R Fasolmo R Phxllxpi R DuNIoul1nI Bnggs A 'Worn I Ludwxg S Decker Olben R , Frlsch, E 48 J L12 92, Row! Ylebnskl R Meyers P Maleckl D D'1rbee B Whmte C Handy Maclver T Grey I Rowz Schettler G Iathrop D Cormng 'NI Maze R Fagan P Smltb J Gllbert VNedemeNer G 'Vletzler Clabeaux Sp1rkS G Rouj Letaon Bender T Shoemaker S Roberts P Pearce B Hartman 4. Ixloc P Frxe IN Ixamlnskx F Morxtz M Duell F Donohue lx R0w4 Bennet G Schmldt R Macaluso T Burckhalter -X Rekate S Iudw1g S Stler L Wagner H Blrke R xkhlfbeds A Brldgman M Haw fl Good T :me Row! Was E Schoenthal H Best B Duell R Larkln S Felxkl E Bauder H Campbell P Rowe Langendorfer 'NI Nlaltble F Bowd P Hmterberger D Clark D Iuder -X Yeiper 'NI Codd D jeffrey S Moffett hohler L Rouj Abrams lx 'Tyler N Fmtik Perrm Slmme R Sauka M Offhatlb D Martln M hay N Berrlgm S Rau 4 Rice D kurt? Turnqulst K Ilbg Ixlrbch C 'Nlaurer D Balcerzak R ohnbon D 10 xf i 33?- Ro 1 Rudlch 'NI Xhlxeh A lxine R Puccx R Bennn R Reimer F Beldler Xl'1l6Clxl D Rau Spruce C Nlonmn R Shlffer 'NI Phxlllp R ohn on lx Nhcm P Dollmer D Wheeler C 71mmermann Ro 3 Blood 5 Xesper D Stre1fF Lonlex C, Clownm D lxoeeter N Schunk S Boll D Druxhler -X C lwron NI Rou4 Wilker C -Xclxermin P CTFNQJH NI Betker CLASS OF 196 Raul Sexbcmld lx Cr1f?in S Barkewnz D Bmol-lman D lemure 'X flmmermfm L Yan Sxckle T Rozeslm Rowe Stroke C Bwrroo D Qchelflaj Donohue NI Hirwex B Bauder G Ockler M: Szulewski T: VVolf G. Row 3: Dabb C.' Ellison Ss Heidel En Lindholm Ex Pawlicki Sn Wy- socki .' Oifhaus Bs Niedzwiecki .' XVoods F: Puls C. Rau' 4: Dickens D.: YVeil Hn Munn W. Schefiler, j.g Hausauer, M.g Riekert, EJ Maday, B.g johnson, L.g Blonesmith, G. 50 If F!!- Rou I Byrne P Xallune R Parkmson I NY hrtbeck lx Hud on I P st Brnzham G Selle m1n Row2 Ruserr C Cuard D Nlurzy nskr I Perrm P Berg I' Celb 'NI Dobblns Lane ,I Hazard F Ro-aj Ludmsky P Buffum R Hinckley If C oehle lx Ixrane R Bradley R Dunn G Byrnes R halbach S R0w4 Cllbert 'I Petrell R Dabb M XSIIIIZIIIISOU Chapman M Black G I-Iausauer Ix Chapman D Schmdler Smngzn Down the Lane ,fun if , Row! Rudlch I Zlellnskl Loef tedt M Darbee S Wells E Mc uade P Yalentme Buch binder C Rowe' Fulllngton T Vhngate F I-Iarbrson A Dllllnger R Donohue R 'Nlofhtt .I Muslal M Wheeler R Snyder R Rowj I-Ilcl-Iex D Rupp I Hausauer L Tober F Splwal. K Van Lew S Ixozalx S Bartoo D Drushler P McDonald Ix Rom4 71e11ula R Nlucek Thomas K Meddock B Cotton I Gasz G Schroeder J 51 , Wsgqg I I is J ' 5 - . . M .air P x 'K a . ": I 4 . 4,5 A I - ' fg 'V 0 ' .X W ., f i .. XV I - S gy if ..,. , . ., . A gi 1 -X Pls 1 , A as ' I Q 1 I fflfv I , 9 g fl 9 a 1 --5. It Q 5 .. v 'I ' U' 1- I 7 - ,m"'.x' 5 ' A -, . IQ ' ,,,.-, 4 .,1 1 1' . X 4 P 3 ' -' ' 'S, -: . .4 ' ' f , he 3 -1 S 0,1-4 - , -: - . ,J. : Q , .q 1 , .g. " ', .3 , .g , ..g 1 ,I .3 :,,I.q , -4 - , 1- ' I -Q , s ' ', -4 1 , -: S , .4 , -A , -1 , -x , - -' 1 , -Q ' , -4 , -J ' ,J-Q , -1 3 -s , .4 , -4 - cc ' ' J D 3 I 1 . X , ., , h .. . 3- . , " " -.3 W 4 1 . v A. I 4 I , 1 ef .4 - Q, S f 'L' nf- if H M ,,, -- V W E n 4 W N' 4 es. ' ' 2:95 ' - , -, ,J., 5 . .. , .. , -, Q , -. ,J-, - , . : , .g , .g . ' ,. .g , .3 , .gl , .3 -s , -: ' ', -4 , -4 ' , .4 , . " -' 4 1 , -1- ',J-4 , -4 ', -z , as , -: , - Ro-wi Streit -X Iehmm 'NI Ixutlarski S Iucci lx Ia el 'NI 'NIL Lnde P P1ddoclf. R Reiter D Rouz Ball I Bunds D Look -X XIUTIII I Offhui G Hudun 'NI Handx F Nhxson 'NI 'Xlatchuht I Ra 9 Schindler l Hinds L ldober B Wrobel D Scheifia I Dlbb 'NI Hopkin T ammle CS RUL4 Price IN Ixrlwan D Fernel I Ixyser S Ruppert W Ixrl chan C Pitz E 'Nliles F Domon D CLASS OF 1963 7 waht! Ro"'1: Hayden D.' Bodekor Nx NIcNutt D.- Tucker B: Nlusifil Ku 'Nicpon S.' Cook Dx Rudich P. Row 2: Byrnes .' Conley Eu Glowka Nu Hill Dx Snyder N.: Blum C: Murzynski D.' Seymour H: Boller lx. Rowj: ,Iakubowski .- Adims Ln Petrelle D.' Rice Yu VVetzel Fu ones D.' Stevens Cx Szwaczkowski M: Parker Mn Underwood M. Raw 41 Bove Ln Offhaus .' Smith D.- Tolsma L: Lis As Osta Rs Rurzon R. 52 we me no id' FAQ X Row! Reuther 'XI Choite T Brown I Ylellnslo I Reld C lee f' CYI'L1lllx I Schreglman S Rowe H1ll J Bowe D Brookmm R Straub Moore Q Rolnnson W 1ndL1mlx1 R Bol1nd R Wadell C Ro-14,3 erome P Offhuw P BULL I Reed R Theal D Ymes I Marks Sherman D Ro.e4 lxephurt C' Wen R I'l.roth NIlII6l B Foxb G Hemtz D Wrrght B Boldt F Ixoehler R C J Y Im Walkzfzg Belamd ou I nl", Row 1: Kirsch .- flmes .' Roode P: Blin,ton .'N1ann .' Berry O: McMahon As Pentz E. Row-: Best R: Kirszenstein Cf' Newell D.- Thorpe L.' YVard T.' Henderson S.' Hinckley Ps Solly O: Sanborn . Rofnj: Will Rs Neidig N.'lNIiCh1lski Ks Nlausteller C: Jones D.' Dablm Ks Schasel S.' Veil T. Ron' 4: Wlnther T.- Clark .' Rnrsell C: Orr I .' Smith Ru Meyers Ps Heller M: Gol- ler, S4 Randolph, A. 574 CCD I m Gonna' Be 61 Wheel Someday" -DL Seniors on the I e1rbook Staff STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Fran! S Ful lmgton hee Presldent E Wan Lew Presldent Baek D Hmterberger Tre'1surer J Underwood Secretary t SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS S Thurston Secretary R Iattlmore Presxdent S Pentz Yrce Presldent S Dabb Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS D Armmtage Sec retary andzmskl Presldent B Matchulat hee Presldenr VS allace Treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS M Iesper Treasurer R Robmson Presxdent R Balcerzak hee Presldent D Clark Secretary .si 'L' K T ., LFG .- 5, ' A H , ' 1 5 'V -C s E: Q, 5 ' ' S 4 I. 33 I Q' W 4 K - , 0 a an , i l In .I Q ,A I 5 I 4? . - L 4 4 + 1 fi ,I 'U --a , - .. Q- .' Y -- . .N K 'TT-3' X ' if . .1 N-at , 1 . al . ' 1 . . . , - Y 5 ' Y ' YY J' J Y I S ' . . , I , . , UI, , , D 'M - . fu A .ff f . O I I ' ir If 3- x - 2 . ' U 0 '- Y ! I V . . , . . U . . . 7. I . . . - , . . , , . , , . - , , . . 5 . , . 4 g . ', '. 7,5 ff' I 2 5 R ? NX ' 1 Y 4 ' STUDE T CCUNCIL Wzfbzng Rmg R0wl Fulllngton S XlC6PI'SS1dSI'lf WanLew E Presldent Underwood Secretary Row2 Krane R Wed H Brookmfm R Lucle D Tuck N Ogden R Lxscher B Llosd J Rau-9 Mr Hoppe Advxsor Dunn R klrsch Thomas lx Boyd P Sarata B Blalr G Underwood D lxrlschan L Mlller Mr Fr1sb1e Adusor Row4 Bmgham G Tuck M Pxwko M Stevens C Osta R Sexleman Matchulat Handy F Qlrlmterberger D Treasurer was absent The Student Counc1l of Iroquols Central School had IES oHic1al commencement this year Lnder our new constltutlon, wh1ch was ratlhed bw the student body last year, we have begun to promote student mterest and responslblllty by extendmg democracy m Iroquols Central School One of the most lmportant act1v1t1es of the Councll was a fund ra1s1ng campalgn for the sponsorshlp of a forelgn exchange student through the Amerxcan F1eld Servlce An outstandmg COHKFIDUKIOU ofthe Councll IS the promot1on of act1ve student part1c1pat1on through the PFCSCHKHCIOH of assemblles Next year we look forward to the publlcatlon ofa school handbook whlch w1ll be a help IU orlentatmg new students to Iroquols Central School 56 D X x CC ' ' ' JJ t N Al I ' D 'Y 1 l 'Y ' 3 I '3 ' ' Y -s , .4 ' 1 , -: , -4 ',- -: , -4 R , -: J, - ' -' - , 4 , .2 ,J-1 , -5 ', -4 , -4 , -9 , -c , -4 ,J-4 - ,A ' - -' , -4 , -4 ', -4- , -9 , -4 ,J-4 ,J-4 , - , - -7 Y , . - . . ' ' LIBRARY STAFF t , l ' 'Tiff in the Book" Raul Shoemaker S lxrlichfm lx 'Xlllxtrllo M Slidn I Wooster D Gmham D Ru I Behr B Whpeler lx MUSlll Bork NI Lingendorter M Row Wheeler lx Ixrlbchan I Colm B Ludvug S Schreglmm L Ludvng S Bernhirdt AUDIO VISUAL STAFF Buzz Around - ,, -4' Q2 Ro-wl Maltble F Yukson M Sherlock Schmxdt R KIYSZCDSICIH T Slebert D Row2 Wheeler F Blmston N Strexcher D Bardol R Brldgman M Rauch D Lathrop D Ro-w3 Stresmg R lxrantz W Cook G Fxllpskl R Arnst R Boyd R 51 Qzhlfff' as .iff 1 Aa AJA- ' y -s - ' r 'fl s 'v ' w.'w a -s f s -Q ',y fu , .4 I , -1 11,J-: 31-4 - , - '21 , -9 ' ,1-4 , -4 . ', .go ., .Q ',...g . ,j. -' - 1 , - CC LV I ,v fr' f, Q .. , , , . M vi L - . I p wg? ,Q , pl A " 7: " "n -' I ' I ,V , f . V t .1 I .J , , .J "7 1 7' I .A 1. ' . ' .4 - f- ,f I ,,. - '.l 'K X .4 . Y .... , ' -' a -1 s -ak' :.l-1 1 -v - x 'v 1 ' ' 1 'Q yi -Q 3 'Z x 'Q 9 'Q 1 'S 1 ' 'I y -I ', .5 , .g ", .g. , .Q ',. F N1 0 Nj mi ' 1 Ng as BooKsToRE STA F if L, of e A Q4 N XX, Rm ll "Yer We Have no Bmmnafv my N K2 not f w KN 5 . X . W 14 x Y ' -' xJ KX J Nl v 071 N XJ , Kohler B Lischer B Hager S VN allfice VN ebster C Cook S XJXRXX JUNIOR RED CROSS Tmmunon ldent Krischan K Secretary Dunn R 'lreasurer Row2 Ludwig S lxai Y lxlrsch C Reuther -I Slade J Muslal Friedhaber J Bartlett S Ludwig S Schreglman L Shoemaker S Rowj Graham D Vlooster D Hasselberg A Bennet G Griffith lx Hlckex R Brldgman N Metzger M Sanborn J Wells D Dabb S 58 it 'y fix ' , -Q ly ml NR l fd ss- N jx A lx ' ,.g'.,.g.,.g'.,j.g' ,.g ,. X i . ' 1 .X J X-K J Cf ' ,J S 4 54 S K , K In Q ..... 'e l .l l l , Row I: Miss Bowers, Advisorg Militello, M.g Reporterg Rauch, D., Vice Presidentg Hoffman, H., Pres- ' 4 , -, 'Q , -, ' S . 1 ', -9 '.', Y: " , .4 , 1 -: , -4 ,J-: , -4 , -4 , -: , -9 ' , - - V 1 . . 1 A yn D Y v . . . Q 'Q - 1 -v , -u y -s x -a .1 -v y -a 'i 1 'Q Y 3 -i 3 ' 5, SECRETARIAL SERVICE T ypewmter Song l Mrs Bokmem Adxlsor ohnson lx IULIfl'llCl' J Edwirds M Schfuel M HOH.m1D H Cilkms Scvmes S Relgh R Moore lx Fll1l1Flg,fOh S FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS 1 Get A fob I A C Stra man Treasurer' Kohler B. Secretary' Moore K. President' Codd . Vice-President' Miss 'xWitter arid Mr. Dickie Advisors. X X- Y - X 4 x . X N S 59 x X . SCIENCE CLUB T579-Boom" Mr GlbbOYl9 Advisor I1rwood L Bantle P Wlnther A Aldrlch VV Gull E Mangutara Maclver T MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB How Hzgb the Moon ver 9' Row! Hollowood R Skinner F Smith I' Clabeaux Ro-w2 hir Schulman Advisor Bennet G VVantuck D Bauder H 60 FUTURE FARMERS CF AMERICA Dont Fence Me In F5 mf. X Row 1 Ixecm P Fox -X lxellcx C Rellx R ILICCI R Perrxn D Mr Iuders -Xdvlsor Rau 2 Fling, HX Qchoenthal R Fnher L Blum I Hull I Croff R Plerce S Wedemuer C Schoen thfal H Rowj Ph1l11p R Smlth A Ott R Puccx M Slw M Heutler lx Olxen R ZIEIIUSRI FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA I 5 A Woman: Wwld WV' 4 J 5404, 21424 Row I I-Iememfln S Tomlmeon L Prexldent Schreglman D Yxce Premdent Schrader B Secre tary Drushler P Treisurer 'Iober D Rox. Colm B Hayde Fuss S VanHousen I Scheff Ier M Hollowuod 'NI Bork P Unurdorlmen S Coller Darbee I' bl cc 2 ,vp Q R' X! ' 4' ,, xii, ', ' . ' I ' 1:.x , I . as I Q . 3.5 x A by A .-.. Q I ' . ' , .' I , .3 Qs, . .3 Y j, .Q Y j, .Q 3' ', .g ' , .g . , Q, , '. . " .' ',. .g.. , .3 . , .g , ..g ,A.g 1 , .3 , .: V 1' , 1.1 - ' y ' M -' 5, -1 y A 'C x -2 Q -5 .va -3 y -S f 1 -3 ' x S.g Burchzltter, Ii.g Schettlcr, G. ff tl I J, ...Q 1 ' ' , ' ' I f - I Mil I 5 I -. 4 IL gg . ,, . .- . ,, 4 - 1 he ,i f Q - f l ' - .Ig . 9 5 N 1 I' ' ' f J s V! G 7 . ' U I .V 'Ns' ,J I gg S VI F' -' I 1 3 'Q . - v 'y Q y 'a H F. Q 9 'n ' V. - . ' fy 9. ' ' . . -- . . -' v - y 'r " 1 x ' '-' 5 -vt -'x '1 3 'Q , .4 ,A .9 ', -1 " ' , -1 1 , -4 , 1. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 'Ding Dim the Lzlgflatf' 78 Sauka M Muller T Nlaleckx S T1efel A MllltCllO M INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Around the World Q4 xv! 'C Row! Ieffrey S DuMoulm L lxozak T Secretary Muller J Presldent Newton J XICC PFCSI dent Yeeper M Rowz Mrs kellogg Advlsor Felskl I' Radder IW Boyd P Baker D MOTIIZ M Lucie D PhllllpS Craham 62 1 Ld. v ,- L xt 4 ', -5 ' , -: ", -4 ' ,--4 " ,A- CC JJ ' , N 4' . . K 11: ,fx X I :. 1 -3 ' Q 'Q 7 1 'x 'Q ' Q 'n . 3 1 'r W ' sw ,- -- , is ",4-4 ,-s ',-: ',-9 , .3 , .3 ,J.g 1 D. HISTORICAL CLUB Long Ago and Fm' Away Ro 1 Woo ter D Grihim I Pre idgnt Hill I' I1cQPrexidLnt lxri chan lx Secrcmrs Xoungers P Hixtormn Edwlrd NI Treisurer fuck N Row Iximlnskl H Hoffmfm H Hudxon S ohn son lx Ixohler B Fellow S Qcheiiii I Rong lielnrrh 'N Ixir ch Hands D Huntz C Hurd Sh'1H'er I Sfmlworn Nlr Shflw Advibor YOUTH DISCUSSIO GROUP 'One Teenager to Another "" EW 0 f 1-4.15 Row 1: Lloyd Heintz C: Cmham .' Zielmrth NI: Bos A: Handy D: Tuck N. Row 2: Hurd .- Matchulwt Bs Larwood I,.q Lndcrwood -In Krischfm K.'S'1nl10rn -I.' Armitage Du Hill Frantz R: Smith Ks McFarlfmd S: Mr. Saul Advisor. 63 'Y Feel a Song SENIOR 0 Ru 1 Qchufh I 'XIcIwrl1nd I Tulum D lNI1chal lu D lNIcF1rl1nd S Codd I Steuns P Boller B I-Ioffman I"I lxo Reid D 'Xlmhulgr I5 Curl on S Burke. 'N Qchrider I3 'XTITIIYH L D I-Iollovsood R Inntl IL flm nurman M R003 Rmlqrt X M1llLr I Phxlllps Strldtman I S1nlUrn Bmtll P Hxlxcr D Blmr G Laker A Ro 4 'Nfzrtri N 'NI I' dyl Bxffum W I Turn I XICIIQLI' NI Blfdill R Coxtsvwort -Xrnold I NINTH GRADE CHORUS ,Mmm mp am ZW '-. ,, ' 1.4 X1 K Xxyx in 1 VP Raul Dqrlxce B Iarlxm S Ixohler I Ie1ure D Im Qlckle N1 'NI1lu:lx1 D fr1h1m D Rxmclxa A 130.412 . ers Ax 'lvfm .' 1 rh Ix.' 0 lllig, Hg A 5 n . .4 um .3 'lux .' oo," er .' '1C'1 nu: -. Rovvjs crzler .I.'Iearcc BJB yd P.'Nlorri. n, Ai :nc 'WN . .' 'o .' ' j '. : 'R e"1tc S: IJLIIXIUIIIIH I..' Skhmki Bs Bartlett S: Field N19 Tyler N: Kirqch Cy Ruteclai . 64 omin' Onv CHORUS R 1 In ng r I HL1mm1n S Relgh R R1 cr Q dvvlrd N1 lme Ix Rc-ut er Smit Crrotkc Ixwmmxkl R H xrwood XX Rxenmn NI flelwxrrh N Schl Ll NI Soxm S Hollowuod 'XI uhmon lx an A R dur NI Im 3 rn cn 11 Q IX un D IXILIILLI' Ruxse C Hlntnrlwcrgpr or r S IN lx gr c mx ummm ur ln 1 XX hula lx Schrqblmm D Nurrhrup S EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS H Row! Dxrlme S I xlgnrme Donohue R Bughlvmdcr L RUICSRI I Inst I Shlffgr 'VI Bums P YVhLLlcr Dolnblnx Dlllmgu' R Igzuurc A Blnqhlm I Ra rrln P Dollur D NIL1 lil NI Qonlex I m w me I lr no 'lr on mir u m on urlxn 1 N 0 R0 y Ixulalx S B100 ood I v 'N 1 xx I xg G Off ms B Bxrnex R fnmmermm Brld ex R foehe Ix R0 Nllller R Rupp I Iluxxuxer, NI Y1nHoumn R1ckLrt I N1cd1w1LLk1 H lLlSulllCI', Ix I'IlL1S'lL1CI' I Bartoo Pulx Pxw 1Clx1 I Cl x 'N lm ou' : I u YC 5, D., 'A X . ,-'., 'j , .3 :dd , 1,14 '. s, . ., -la s, I., ll ,-I., 'h, I.., V' ' , D. RoiL'2: I. ' .", ., 1 ' , I., ' . ,. ., A , .'., cw, . .g 1 -N, .'., , . .gil J , Y. All, , . ., :ld f ,L . ' : R lim n, XV., D Nbr, XV., IW: 5 , ., ' ij, , G., ll, YI., ' ' j' , G., NI is, '., I:1r'y, M.,W1mgclin, N. Row 4: Hill, If., Millf , T., S l'1 'dt, II., C Q 3, I.., H d, J., R' Jh, ,l., Gull -r, I, H 1 . gk- 4 V 1 Y, 57 I if 5 7 . Q K A I K V W ,Ag . 16. , X h Q 1 . b 3 , I xktgfzf- 4x f I . U QM S K. 'yy u, ' , elf . 5 . ms X I 5. A' . . W " .' 1 1 ,.., I1 ' ' MI., , ., X ' , '., 1 ., 3 J ,,.,. 4 -,I ., 1' fi, ., H ,R., ' SMI., ' ' hx , ., R 5 ,. ., ' K z , I. Pc ' , .1 1 , ., . 51 , . ., V' ,', C., I: I.c , S., I.: , I., II: t , P., I 1 lilns , I.., CI . CI, D., If Ill gt , III., NI sk., T., I I flirt, wk .' I 1 ', ., Cl, S., XYH 5, "., csllf., G., .I1dz.', B., Il: 'li, '., ll: J, ., ,' J, ., 1 , 1 I ", ., I I , V. 4: . ' , ., , .., z fi . ., I: ,-I., ' '- , f.,f' . A I., 1 5. , -., ' ', D., J, C., 1 'I' ", S., i'l , .'I. '5 . . l 0 SENIOR BA ,li f . o 4 xa Row 1 Shaffer Macaluso T Schreglman L lxohler B Wella D Bender D Schmldt H Row 2 Roberts P Campbell P Thomas lx Graham Bhnston Shank lx Metzger M Rowj Slmmer R Gxll E Yukxon M Bllemelster R lxrantz W Handy D Hemtz C JU 1oR BA D And the Mufzc Goof Round and Round lNfIr G Donald Rathgeber Director 1 Row! Walker C Rupp I Thomas R Vanl-Iousen Vketzel F Bundy D ames Hemtz D Underwood M Ackermfm P Vlelle I' Moore C Sellxold lx Row2 Walennne Mann Hamnd F llmmerman 1 Str1efF Bova D Coller Q Paddock R Blmbton Puccz lx Schelfla .I Sesmow H Sanborn J Schexfla Row 9 Boller lx Matchulat J jones D 66 .,..A.-.-...-...,. I Hear the Sound of Mufw Rowl Boyd R Wheeler D Underwood D Row2 Grey Belter G Hudson S XX elle E Ixoh ler L Bove E Rofwj Schelfla Mauer D Thomas D Blmston W Lord D RODIDQOD R Hmterberger D Raw4 Smlth K Brookman R Prlce 'N Gflmth lx Conley C 'Nletzger G STRING ENSEMBLE Swzfzgzn Shepherd Blue! Row I Thurston S Hudson S ones C Reed R Niorrtz M Graham Metzger M Under wood, . Row 2: Hinterberger, G.g Hopkins, S.g Boyd, P.g Fagan, P.g Boller, B., Schreglman, D., Shaf- fer, .5 Dabb, S.g Bridgman, N. 67 DAN CE BAN D 'Tmcinatin' Rhythm ', u I IXTUIII XX XILIILLI' 'NI Blpmu tar R CFIIIHYI Schmldr H D111 9 R0-z Hmpkmm HIHICFIYLTELT D I d J Fl B x R Sh dir SEVENTH GRADE CHORUS I Lzke to sing Yer amex ad M Brown I Ro S IIX L P1ddocI. R Nlmn VIc'Nutr D Lhotuu I' Lnderwood 'XI xrncx W Bx mes B rrs O one D ccd R Ixer B orpe I Q Stlrr I Humber -X Nlusm IxorI1rsI-I1 S Hlll D Blum C Hudsnm 'Nl Ixr Ch I Bundw D Pnirkcr NI Bmgg L NIIXNOH NI RHYL4 Foss G RICE I Boldt R Dabb INI SLh1ndIcr I HLIIer NI Adim I mu 1If: G Hunt! D Hull VI mdell 68 Ro' .' '1 , '.g. ".j',. .Q I' "S ', .3 Ia 1 ,.I.g.f ' , .3 1VV,.. 62: 4' 4 R4 A ' " , .g .ur , I .3 Bufch, S.: U 'fIItI'1, K. Ko14'j.' In-'CI, .3 1 ',.I. CK ' ' JJ I g , 2 5 I 1 I 1 I I I ' ,x Q1 , iran. ... " , " ., M - r V ' 3 v Y I, l ,E I , 1 , , - ' 1,1 I I a '+R af - I-gm, I I W I Row 1: Pucci, K.g Reuthcr, 51.4 Pcrrillc, Ng McQuade, P.g Moore, C.g Schreglman, S.g Rudich, P.g Ward, T.g Pentz, E. I -',.I-:Jww -4 ',-- ff'2-' 0 T: 1 3 -:A 1 ,If:- -' , -2 ' 1 -4 I ,A - Bn' 5, I.: j ',,I.g c j, .QDI s, .g R , .g'I'uC' , .q'I'h , .. Raith: 'z , ..g 2 ,. .QI y1I,K, ' 2 "', .g ' , .g , .g . ,A .Q 1 S ,..g j, .g . ",. .g gy, .g I 1 J ,I . .' .1 , I-l , -9 - , -4 ' , A-S B ,A -2- 4 S 1-SIQ 2 , -9 ' -4 ,I-Q '1 ,C- lx C VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Sound BEAT CHILFR GIVE m GIVC m IL ne I1 g S Fullmgton and lx M ore c captams Slum! ng Ed a d M 'Xrmltage D lx hler B dd SOL N D OFF Sound off Red 1nd YVh1te Once more Iroquole Flght I R O Q L O IS' IR OQ L O IS IROQI O-IS' We ve got 1 wonderful te IITI TI-I -YI S RIGHI We re golng to WIN thls game TONIGHT So Qound off Red and W h1te Once more Iroquols Iwght I R O Q I O IS' IR OQ LO IS IROQL O IS' e ot tme ep e ot e ot e ot t e team So sound off Red and WVh1te Once more Iroquols Flght IROQI OIS' e Qteam e coach GIVC m Give m E A Beat aTT We salute our xareltw cheerleaders for the fine job they have done DL1lldlHg Qchool Qplrlt and our senee of good Qporte m1nQh1p Axlwaye on the go they cheer enthuelastxcally for our varlous teams even when lt 19 lmpoeslble for Iroquols spectators to be preeent and add thexr yells Take a bow gals' 10 cc Of-fn ' l f '- A L 9 ' e a B - B A -E ' ' e a R - E ' I ' e an A - A F T . e - f M ' fi ' ' A B - T - - T I , 5 - I . c D1 . " 3 f Sir' 5 . 5 1 i ' 6 'n : . ' '. I o g 0- ' . i .' W r 5, .g I " , .5 'o , ,Q o ,J. , c I ---- L- - - . . I , ', ' ' . I in ' XY 've g I p - t .- ' . YY 've g th - . - . ' .- . , ' ' . 1 - VV 've g th .' 3' . ". ' ' XY 've g h f ' S V , E . I .S Am T- I L Q , i . ' , Q . .. A A . .. 6 Y y ., S L L . , --...- , . c S. , , .- s .. .- , 5 X . IJ bf 1 2- I 1 W' JV i CHEER LEADERS 'fileacberj Boogzkv Radder, C.g Stevens, P.q Bork, M., Krischan, L.g Zydel, J., Thurston, S.g Reuther, Hunt, C.g Ziebarth, N.g Armitage, P.g Breidenstein, S. l li BATON TWIRLERS 'Yllarcloing Un " Here's the group that provided half- time entertainment at our home football games. They, tfer ziirfly did a. F1ne'job de- spite colcf weath r and 5rozen fingers. ,U n 'I Q f, ' I- I gl P . l , - 1 l l f ' 1 - , , .. i ,W 1 i ,+ X ' P1 Q Johnson, K.g Conley, C.g Boyd, P., Smith, K.g Bartoo, D.g Szulewski, 71 T., Niedzwiecki, J. VARSITY FOOTBALL 'Mn T oucbdown " QA Row! Schroeder R lxrleger, R Gee C Maxson D Sly IW Schnelder I FIIIPUWICY R Rowz Vlallacehl laluel R lanlew F Bllemelster R Coatsworth R Lursons I Schm1dt,H Morltz D KZIDIUSICI G Odgen R Rowj Coach Foster lxotlarslu IVICCOYINICR Tmerce L Frantz R Stresnng R Grxffith lx andzmslu B1lCCf73h R Coach Laumer Pme Hlll Alden Lancaster Clarence Sloan West Seneca Sprmgvllle Eden Carl Gee Co Cuptazn The lroquo1s gndders 1n the1r first few years of football are establxshmg a tradmon whlch w1ll long be remembered by the future students of our school Agam thls year the team has fimshed the season w1th an outstandmg record and a sec ond place berth m D1v1s1on III In the first homecommg game, under portable llghts the chlefs scalped mvadmg Pune Hxll 21 6, as the spectators tr1ed out the new bleachers and thrnlled to the Iroquols vlctory The Alden Bulldogs, full of revenge, played a terrlfic game agamst the IFOQUOIS eleven, gomg ahead ln the first half 7 o A determmed Iroquols squad marched to the Alden goal, where Gerrv Kamlnskl a Dlvlslon III All Star Selectlon grabbed a deflected aerlal, and plunged for the score .hm Vlallace scored the 1mportant extra polnt Our team suffered 1ts first loss to a powerful Iancaster eleven At the end of the half Lancaster led 6 o and the ball see sawed back and forth across the field wmth Iroquols finally succumbmg to the only undefeated team ID the E C I L Our hlghly sp1r1 ted team mvaded and tomahawked Clarence 3 1 Hard runmng back Krleger and co captalns Maxson and Gee scored for Iroquoms An alert, hard chargmg, sharp tacklmg squad beat lnvad Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols 3 Iroquoxs 7 Iroquols Iroquols 7 Iroquols Don Maxson Co Captain mg Sloan lh a very lmportant league game, 7 o Smart1ng from a 40 I4 Iroquols vxctory 1n the prevlous sea son the West Seneca Ind1ans came lool-ung for Iroquoxan scalps and they took them 35 o Iroquols suffered a double loss when Sprmgvllle myaded the Battleground for what turned out to be the champmonshlp game The chxefs fought to the end, but they experlenced thelr first defeat on the Battleground and loss of the D1v1s1on 111 Champ1onsh1p by one touchdown 7 I4 The last game was played on a treacherous, snow cowered Eden football field w1th Iroquoxs obtam1ng a second place berth on Carl Gees two touchdowns I3 6 The 1957 Aggregatlon consxsted of seventeen sen1or mem bers who contrlbuted a great deal to the school and who w1ll always remember thelr experlences at Iroquons The llne IS not g1ven as much credlt or fame as the backfield but wlthout thelr fine blockmg and tacklmg the team could not functlon so smoothly The backs are also very much desen mg of recogmnon because of the fine Job they accomphshed Undoubtedly, the greatest part of the pranse should go to the coaches, Mr Latlmer, and Mr Foster, who dld so much to make the 1957 season such a successful one .. ' ' ' ' Q 1 , -1 " -s , -5 - - , -4 , -2 ' , A-a " ' -1 - f ' -4. ' , -9 A , 1-4 ' , .4 1 , -4 1 A, I-: -: , .Q , Lg , . : . , , ' ,,l.g ',j.g , .4 , .Q , -: , '-QI -HJ-5 - . -, -9 - . . 6 . 21 " 7 7 -, I9 ' o . I2 ' 1 O . 35 O I4 'I 6 ' I3 , . . . D' ' 9 y ' - 5, . . Y . , - . V , Y Q l - 3 'I - ' I G: . - , . . . . . . I . . , - ' ,, , ' It 2, . . - . , 72 Football Snaps Mr Bartoo presents anet Lnderwood wlth the game tootball for her prllc C hammskl R Schroeder j W llllce H Schmidt 'md lr N tn Lew watch aSC Gee Wmnmg Cheer and D Maxson look over the vmoux dlvmonal all stlr teams on whlch they were chosen The new bleachers were dedncated at the opemng Coach Laumer leads hls tax orlte mght game held under portable hghts Hank Schmldt gets mstrucnonb cheer at the pep rally from the coaches lm Wallace goes all the way for a touchdown An excltmg moment 1n the Sprmgvxlle game agalnst Cheektowaga 7? -J Sf, I a ' af' A Q4 'F 5 g ra, . . l J l 7 ' i.'.'.", ",.':1,. ',. l.'z .. .. - l l x ' cnfo 'H 9 -I I ip g , . l J V FOOTBALL You Gotta Be at Football Hero Row! Fasolmo R Moffett .I Hopkms S Schmldt R Phillips R Wallace F Roberts P Robm son R Brldgman M Bender T Kurtz Rau Pentz E Prxce W lxane R lxlrszensteln T Hlckew R lxamlnskl R Latmmore R Yul-.son 'NI Becl-ter A Berner lx Farrmgton I Row 3 Mr Xoung Coach VK adell -X lxnell W Bal-.er D Robmson R Bennet G Conlex C Blamr G Roberts H 'Nlanager lxlngslew B Manager lxmmermann M Manager CRCSS COUNTRX Twenty Szx Ilkley Mr Bondm Coach Newell D Maclver T Claycomb D IlCllhSkl R Sparks G Nye K Bender D Reld D lxammskx E ones 'I' Spxwak Captaln Sect1onalVhnner Sxmme R Olsen R 74 You re The Greatest 4-I 75 WRESTLI G CHAMPIO T oo Marvelour for Word! 7 Row! Ixelly R Ixrane R Beutler Ix Gee C Ixamlnslsl C Balcerzals. R Schroeder R hx'U'Ch0Clxl Sly M Schoenthal H Rotv2 Zl6llH5lxl S Bennet C I-Ieltman F Berntr R Becker -X Puccx R Ellxson R Blcrl D Berner D Rouj Coach Foster 'Nye Is Claycomb D Perrln D Conley C lxelxnslsl R Decker Sprxngston S F1l1psls1 R Schoenthal R Schnelder D Rou.,r Lursons R llmmerman NI Blrlse R 'Niangutzra 'NI Rane R Foss -X Ott R Wadell -X Vllllard R Rong Fla1g 4. 'NIcNIahon Long P Groff R Lattlmore R Ramsey R P1erce,S Ix'IlCl'13l5lxl YY Dawes R The Iroquols wrestllng team opened 1ts second year of league competltlon by defeat lng I ake Short a strong contender lor the league champlonshxp by a score ol 3, to 8 Our next opponent was our arch rlv al Clarence Centr1l whom we defeated by a score of 40 to 1 Iroquols completely crushed a nelghbormg Alden club 50 to O The chlefs notched a fourth stralght league yrctorv over Depew as the sparlsllng IO3 pounder Don Berner plnned h1s foe ln 3 seconds a record for the year A tremendous effort brought 1 8 to 1 xlctory m a cruclal match over host 'Niaryvale IH which Carl Gee defe :ted acls I alentle who had not been beaten ln twenty five consecutive matches Another ylctlm of our now hmghly spmted lnvadlng Iroquons squad was Lancaster by a score of 37 to I5 At thls match John VK archoclsl decxsxoned previously undefeated Ken May of this strong Lancaster club Then ln a non league double header at Iroquols the varsxty grapplers overwhelmed Atnca 43 to 3 wh1le the second team upended Arcade 35 to I3 To h1ghl1ght thxs match Merle Sly C1n his toughest match of the yearj defeated Manfred Wolcott 5 to o In the middle ol February publlcatlon t1me for the Iroquozan the chxefs had just scalped the1r closest rlvals for DIVISION II honors Lake Shore Central 40 to o to remam undefeated ln all competltlon Each wrestler gave hls top performance as Iroquols won all twelve matches the second tlme durlng the year that this feat was accompllshed to put a strangle hold on first place and the league champlonshlp A great deal of credlt goes to co captams Sly and Gee, the other semors, the ent1re squad and especially to Coach Foster for a most successful season cllmaxed by the wmnmg ol the Sectlon I I Class A Tournament held at Gowanda Central Hugh School Iroquols champlons were M Sly J Warchoclu D Krane R Schroeder, and C Gee Senlor wrestlers who wlll be mlssed on next year s squad lxneelzng Sly ind Gee Standzng Beutler Schroeder Ixamxnslq XX archoclsl and Ixelly Gerry Ixammsln really puttmg on the pressure Ill cc M , E ,fy - X, 'K , VX IZ , .' ,', -4 , -: , .Q , -: s 1 , 1.1 ', -4 , .1 - ',J-: ', .Q , . ' .' " , .Q , 1.4 ' , ., , .3 ,. .g , .g Q , .g ' , .g 7 ' ' !' - 3 'V 1 7 'V 7 'V .J 'V 4 ' S " D 'W ' Y '1 , .g , .g , . " : Q J, .g . , I .g , .5 . ' z ', . .5 ' , .g 'xr-4 , -: ,A-s , - . ,Mat - ,J-, , -4 , .4 , -4 , -5 -9 X' , -4 ' , - Sag. 4 - 1 - ' ' s ' v ' - 1, ' x - 4 - y . - ff. l ' I " 1 P . . . 7 ' Y Y ,. , , . . , . - , ., . " z z 2 " ' ' ' I ' ' . 1 .I ' ' - .I , I ' 9 7 i , Q , , ,a 5 ' ' ' - ' ' , Q - 3 . . . . f I , . , J A - ' W, . . X . AA I 5 - ' 'K . . ' Y ' . , g ' , U! . , , I , , . , , . , NJ I, 4 . . 7 . . v, . - 127 . x 1 ' , , 1 ,' H . . . , . , . , . . . X i' J . : 1' z . -' J x ' -Q x ' ' - t 1 " ' Q SWIMMIN "The Old Swimmin' Hole" 3, A - ! As- .4 - Row! I-Iollowood R Slunner F Bestj Robmson R I-Iuebsch R lxlngsles B KflCgCf,R akIel R Roberts I-I 'IILFCC L Ockler J Broolxm In R Rau Bender D Bfldgm lh M Kurtz Donohue F Baker D Ward I Wallace F Roberts I SImme R DIInn R ReIm1n M Pentl F Rouj HIECI' S BlaIr G Frlsch I' Vuksun M Stresmg R Bean Maurer D ones T lxmgsley D Loachlatlmer The swlmmlng team started the season In slow fashlon by dropplng Its first two meets to Clarence 64 to 26 and East Aurora 61M to 24M Our rapldly Improvlng squad then bounded back to Wm five stralght Our Hnmen regIstered theIr InItIal Wln over Akron In a 44 to 43 thrIller The Iroquols Mermen then moved on to smk Depew 67 to 24 Maryvale 56 to 30 and Lancaster 53 to 33 Proof of the team s Improvement was shown In the 67 to 21 score racked up over Akron later In the season as compared to thelr earller VICIOFY In the last two meets evldence of the team s progress was shown by the fact that seven school records were establxshed They were I ee Tlerce s txme of 26 4 for the 50 yard Freestyle Pete Roberts tIme Ofl O3 5 for the Ioo yard Freestyle Ray Robmson s tlme of 26 7 for the zoo yard Freestyle erry Best s tlme of I 27 5 for the IOO yard Breastroke Ed Donahue s tIme of I I4 7 for the Ioo yard Backstroke BIll Kmgsley s tIme of 51 5 for the 75 yard IndIvIdual Medley and the relay team ofSImme, Krleger Roberts, and TIerce s tIme of I 54 for the 2oo yard Freestyle Relay Although Coach Latlmer will mIss four departlng SCHIOFS H Roberts, R akIel, and CO Captains Kingsley and Krieger Co Captams B Kmgsley and R Kneger he wIll have a well expenenced squad for next year Back agaln wIll be Tlerce, MCCOfmlCk RobInson Donahue Best and three fast freshmen IH Roberts, Slmme and Kurtz VN hen the yearbook went to press, the team wIth a 5 2 overall record and a 2 2 league record was standlng thlrd In the league Vlnth five more meets to go the team had a chance to finlsh In second or thIrd place All In all, It was a sausfactory season for the Chlefsl va!! Q 18:51 Tw ,films It If 114 Ii. Blair Tnd Roblmfm Chummg away The squad pr'IctIcIng for the next week I I -' 3 I -4 ' I -: 5, -1 - , -: H , -1 " be -4 ' -QI ', .: S, -2 ' , -: ' , -4 ' 2, - '2f , .4 ' 1, -1 AJ-1 , A-4 , -4 " , I-L 1 - ', -3 S, '.g , .g , .g . , .3 1, .. ' : If , Ig , .g , ,.g ' , -4 1 , -9 ,J-z ' , -sl 1, -: , -: I - ' 3 U ' I . , ' t 9 . '. ' , ' . ' g .' ' : . I g ' ' 2: . gl . . 5 . ' ' . . ' ' ' . , , . . , I . Q , 4 - -I ' ' - . . , ' 3 l l l , . Y. , . . . , . at fzzgrgafffn If ' -si ,. 4,-qw.. V i f if A , - - fl 3 fflfs., 4 ' I ' - Jo - 5 - e 5 . " I IQ ' 9 Q33 '.', ,I . , . tj , .L , . V , , . , . 4 'I ' . X ,n , .NNI I V, A Q, 3 " ,ar - I I 1 it.. I ?Q 1? 3 y ' I I . f 'I I lisl , ' ' , ' ' ' 4 f I I 'P ' If . ' 3 , , 7 W A 1' ,7 1 - a ' g I l '- .-,- VARSITY fu-ff 0112 Bob Coatsworth Dxck Ogden Don Maxson Jlm Wallace Ellal Van Lew Jeff McCutcheon Ron Frantz jxm Kotlarskl Bob Arnst 78 1 rc b b N , - V Bob Bliemcister Cliff Webster H Mwuff MW BASKETBALL J 'fn 5 4 A AJ A lxneeflng lVl1xson D xhllllCL I lxlCL1ICl'1LKY1 I Ugdcn R Vlandxng Pcrlslns F LiJlYNW4PTfh,R 'Xrnst,R Frantz, R Bhemelstcr, R X tn l tw l Webs tr, L lxotltrsltl Loach cLrc1dy Our basketball team started the season successfully by Wlnnlng lts first four glmes against Holland North Collxns, Cheektowaga, and Eden ln that order 'I he closest 1nd most thrllhng ot these games was w1th North Collms m whlch they dommated the scoring column untll the beglnmng of the second halt when ITOQUOIS tools the lead and won by 1 score of CI to 44 Ex en though the team dld not keep thxs un tarmshed record, they dld however, succeed ln glylhg e Ich opposlm, te lm the same hard fought contest Iroqums agam entered the wmmng cxrcle wlth 1 crushlng ,4 to .ty yymoy erHolland1n the e1ghth game or the season -Xn unusual feature of thus year s schedule was the two games yylth W est Seneca on two consecutly e mghts Friday and Saturday ln the second g nme, a hd mllst h xye been put on our team s basket tor they could score only I4 points 1n the first three qu lrters Howcy er, our club tore the hd offxn the fourth qu nr ter 'Ind scored twenty Eye polnts to come yy1th1n seyen polnts ol deleatlng the West Senec 1 club A the yearbook went to press, our ball club had 1 won C, lost Q, oy er all record and a 4 league record It was tled for second place ln dlyxslon III Indlvldual scormg honors were earned thls year by Chl? Vlfebster and Don Maxson wlth h1gh single game totals of and I pomts respectlyely Next year the team wlll miss the efforts ot Don Nlaxson, team captain, who along wlth Lllffly ebster contlnually poured m polnts to the credlt ot the Iroquoxs fiye, together wlth Elml Y an Lew Bob Coats worth Dlck Ogden, and Bob Bhemexster Coach McCready w1ll probably strengthen next year s team wlth 1m W allact, hard pl'1y1ng and ag gressxve guard, and Ron Frantz, hxgh scormg forward, both of yyhom were starters for th1s year s team along with Jeff McCutcheon Bob Arnst, and jxm Kotlarskl X ' J, ' O 1 , l ' ,of 1' 1, ' - 1 , V 1 5 A ' 1' ' ' A -:g ' A 4 , A - ' 2 ' 4 s , I ' s . 5 i -,M l l -as I ' A Q t 3 V af Q " . A .' :J , .3 'x 1 -,..g 1 'J,,.2 j ', .t : " ., .g :.' ' 7 , . '. . I . H - . ' - ' I - ' ' , - ., . ., . . , .t ., . . ,j., . M . ,. s v A L . . D V I - . 5 1 I ' " L Q .Y . ' 4 . ' I. - . , . I Y- 1 3 2 .is .V 4 .V . . . . . I . ,E A Y. 1 I . . . ,lxcj . A K - .. v ,I ,Q v .1 l 1. ,L Y' ' ,l s x . 7 ,, ' . 'z , z ' - , ., U' . ' QQ . . t 4 , 1 ' -' 4-2 g . ' ,V t . . Y. . a 22 1 ' " '. , Q ' ' . At V , '- , . . J I . 1' - . . . . . , - 4 - . J , . . . , - get , :,5aaa,. ,A 5 Q .f Ha, . 919, .W ,.,, t ,,.. . 35,1 W . i I N Y Q .xy 'x e- 'Q JU ICR VARSITY BASKETBALL Fzgbt Song v-3 ng:s0"'C'nn AWD M 'P fx mv GCVQLX k.f'!3Ql6-fKi66' 9 . ill io.- ,r Q, 7: 1 955 5, -Q- O.,-'-'hr Q- up ones T man'1ger Robinson R Maze R llscher B lxammelxl R Klrsnnstem T lxnell VN xN8S1ClEWSlxl R Hickey R Majchszak I Grlffith lx Thomu D Yount V Prlce NI Sarfata B Coach Reldel FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Row! Coach Stotz Macdon1ld D Turnqmst C Olsen B Schmldt B Sxelsert D Newell D Sparks G Rowz Cimplmell P Hoplxlns Q Phllllpx B ROlCSlxl R Fasolmo R K1mlU5lxl P Bender 'I Hlll D 80 ASSEMBLIES 'Bfing U T08fffl9f"", KS. 1 AQU TIC CL B 'Dani Go Mar the Water" . 4.- '13 , fa . 'Q .. ' ww--f-A W : . Q Z m W jk, pau. Q'-J G . 104. A .f l Q. f 4, 51. S' t - ' -,. 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' 7 X .g- Q54 L ' 'g n +A- 'a fa, W , ' lem W A .. .. . .J-, .sf 4-Wy-Q. A ' i, 122 ,fgrl -f.. ' :-,EV SW W V f 15" - " 'c ' - i K " 'L 1.4 ,.. .:W "' .. ' -. . I '. I:, , V K ' f ' " "' -x:..:..' I: mc- '5 -4- .,., b , Y L N' P W1 Q. V, .. My K ... ,,.e:a::,. f ,W ww, , M , T23 Q K f " , . K . -.af gs... ip V f W 1- "' A A :V , 352' L :A f3"'5w ,- 11.-Us - ., A f -' 1 ' 1. . Y I ' CHESS CL B AJ Time Goof By E Z" I 9'- -X I'1rwood L Wedemeyer G Meyers P Maclver T NIOR HIGH RED CROSS From the Bottom of AQ1 Heal an Row! Pxtz E Hudson Bartoo D Underwood M Row2 M1ssClmton Advisor Wxll B ohnson L Mxley F Vhlhamson absent 83 cc - JJ B 54: L s . gg . "L 'VR 4. -V... Q K xl . 'M is K V "' e ' L A- Q , w S X -' X 1 L L si' W of L Ro-w 1: Bantle, P.g Claxton, R.g Ludwig, S.g Ludwig, S., Sklarski, B. Row 2: Mr. Saul, Advisorg Hager, S., Wantuch, D CC 11,3 S to t g E ' A V g , . 7 J ' ' S. V 5 1' Q2 A 'C ,Q H kg I 1 'JJ "5 ,- f' ' , 'i",-QJ ,-s',-4 D J'Y ' , 'fvefybody Lover Saturday Nzglat CLUB N 84 l we Z il. fuffflfllfmvfy A LITTLE OF EVERX THING Iernnmnt Per em ll RLLI rrmnn rs ILM- 1 Flectlon Day Next The other smde of the camera A 'V ui 1... Af 3 Here's how And he hears bells, too" 8.1 cr JJ 7 T x W ..- , . Q so JJ' -7-.zu We 1. I , .5 1 .-,', 4' ,QPU-, ., ' ,eg Ve- 55 51-1 2 .. - A f ..g1f'jQ?Tf"' 1. - T 5 i Y . V fy i T. , .. ,I-" School D yr '1 Q.. Q '-if dei. W' !l ll il... ,fx In 86 ..,,,,,.a-os""""'.N Rxxzl "Tl9ankr For The Memory" 195, umor Play Cast A Held trlp for shop students TOP MAGAZINE SALESMEN Schmldt M Zlmmermann Procrormg IS a lonely job A httle relaxatnon durmg exammatxon week 81 - J ' A C. Gee, B. Bliemeister, H. Hoffnlnan, H C70 J Gue My Regard! to Broadnay Presented by the IUNIOR CLASS under the d1rect1on of Mr Carl Norberg 88 Y , ' vu-I X I . CC ' V 3 , JJ K J' x, I 4 47r5m, s L . I ,D l 'ii V ' , mf 9. I ' e , 5 1 k. bg: ti , .ix V ' M 2 1' 7' , k L 1 l 'LW Jf 'NL -,g , -. fr fw - . 5 9 Xe f 1 ef ,X x., Qu, vc, ef 1- SQ XD 1,1 QSX FIX W ' ff! Qi, K fl Ti' 1 X V J .- H ' I .la ' J. Graham L j Schneider MSly 'iw 'kww W4 QW at Www- Rxckert ' ' '55 mm. . -75- A. BOS S. Soanes L. Cursons Q ,pdl Q C Hemtz T Miller up B N Zlebarth P Drushler R Bllemelster any P Ernesto 'Y' 05 D Newton H Hoffman B Kohler 90 if 'Deane 1 S. Fullington "V P' 81 B' Wright J. Schoenthal ,nv- K Smlth C Webster P McCorm1ck C Gee ig., L B Klenholz ' ty, .M ' ,V he-Q . 33.4 1 K M1- af W ' fl 2 "" e. K . .A Q W I? ,nf , M M R 1' . . w E" . . ' G , K Vx . ' 4+ -. Z' - S V x , gf L - ' ea. J' . , . 5 5" i x I f 5 . . . . ' ,7 3 Q . I - VL v. .J . , 3 W t ', i?P'i' . -- .L Y I , ire Qs, , W j MQ. 'xg .M A " M ' 1 inf ' r 1.11 - , 5. 'H - 4 V K A? X VF 5 A .e NN' me . . Ay .. A A . . . . A K 6, W l In fi, U . - ....,u:25 - - r . , K X A M4 i 1. 'rg lj 1 ,K IB. 1 W. .sp -1 " ., x V W 25? 41, if ,-5 fhfbiflmfe ,Q V 'Ui r 'L ' ff: zysfw H IT 54,5 N ,. , 4 -. nh , y ' ngigf ,X M . Vg , 5, ,ZA 2 r, QQ ' K M " jtwv X l Q60 Q BQ .sw ' . .- V, A ' , . ' 1 if -' 7 , Tix figgwg A X13 J 7 J g k , I V 7 K iyyofkx 'i . ,Q , f f . nf 1' f e - A ' K .' - " . ' , 2 ' f , ' aft! ' ' pf . f vb fl' if E h ' -' ' .,, Q 4, if 333. bldg J ms-e 7' 4 S ,fx J Q7 H 'fv fy ' L Z! J 5 JU IOR-SENIOR PRO Sayonam fe Ames Wallace 1nd -Xrdele -Xllen -Xttendants Henry Schmldt lung and Ruta Relgh queen Norene Tuck 'md ohn Warchoclu 1ttendants Q PM if Some of the students relax between dances at the jumor Senlor Prom The lung queen and attendants with thelr dates Chaperons and guests enjoy the muslc and decoranons 2 Queen Rlta and Kmg Henry enjoy the dance cc JJ s 'f ,ff 5 i 2 .. S L Q ' . t Q 'v g . , 9' 2 3 2 sf A , ' f ff K X X s t 5 1 2 P "' fx Z N I i :E X j . xl N t 'A ' L V six ,lx X v. 4 - X - Q A I l ,l I x It J . l y Qbv ' 4 J , , . 1' X Q 2 f' 1 QS 'ia ,V-. N 'Ll ' Alf "s .' s l i 72" w , I - . X 1 S ffriifx L1 A 1 Y 2 - 9 2 I . t L, t 'T ' A e 2 j It l ' , K x s 'X M 4 . ,v I K Qi- .K . ,I Sl 1:1 - COMMENCEMENT "You 'll Nc'1fLf1' Walk A lone" 73 . . U 3 ilz 'I' Tl 4 ji .-. Y ,- lf 4 WF! ff L1 My ily' 9 rv 'et The Claw uf 1958 il 0 9 lm I u v Marie Metzger and Gerry Kaminski receiving scholarships from Mr. Dr. Raymond Ewell, Vice-Chancellor of Research Bartoo. at the University of Buffalo was the guest speaker Zlf fllC COITIITISUCCYTICIIY exercises. The Clase of 1958 marches in for the last time ab nl Jul. .ik . ,f seniors of lroqnoix Central. 3 'yf"'i 'li 'faqs Carl Gee, the class president, presenting the gift to the school to Mr. Smith, the president of the Board of Education. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY '24 Little Bit of HL'aven" fi Semor H nor SOCICIQ member Y Y if ' . 4, XC "' Proud P rent l'l T H D I' S CIEIW lem CTS B" Sud' YJNTATTMNFU HONG R SDC? ETY X 55 vlj f .J .1 fx' in 'Q '9 1 Barl ara I 1 Cher 1 ghtmg the t xrth candl W AWARDS Th Happy Feelmg Reclplents of I :ons Club Athletlc Awards C Cee wrestlmg R Krelger track B Kmgsley, swlmmmg D Maxson football R Coatsworth base ball R Bllemelster basketball .UW- ,W Nia-ka Seated E Kay K Krlschan J Lloyd R Frantz Syracuse Conference Standzng L Larwood, N Zlebarth J Graham H Hoffman All plctured were model UN Delegates J Underwood was absent -1 Seated P McCormick P Youngers, M Mllltello, L Tom llnson F H A Awards Standing M Sly and G Kelly F F A Awards Seated P T A Servlce Awards P Armltage andj Shaffer Standing E Kay, Boys State Representative J Lloyd Bosch and Lomb Award B Kohler Panhellemc Award I Graham D A R Award 55. Sealed S Carlson Semor Spellmg Bee w1nner T Kozak runner up Standzng Amerlcamsm Essay wmners A Brlggs R Claxton M Edwards J Rademacher Claxton and Ed wards were wmners 0fAmCf1C3U Legron medals Seated J Lloyd Regent Scholarship D Handy Cornell scholarshlp Standing T Miller R Bllemexster Regent Scholarships H Schmldt Moog Valve Scholarshlp Flve letter men D Maxson, C Gee R Coatsworth, R Kne ger R Schroeder M Zlmmermann V in fl cc - L+ X Lf s X, 1 . - ' :J " ,' ' . 'z . 1 , . ' 3 . ' , 'Q . . g . . 5 , 4 . ' , - g . , . 3 . KF'-wa 'A-Rfb . l 1 ' ' xi . K : . , . ' , . , . ', : . , ' ' ' 3 . , . : . . , . , - . : , . , . . .. . . . , . , . . - Fi 'X : . ' , . . " . - -' . , 'Q . , 5 . . . . ': . . 5 .. I . , . , . . . . 3 - , . 1 -' Y X. te tfi' o :E ' , . ' la T - ' Q I . kr . f A N ' : I ' 5 I , I : . i . , . . Q . , ' 5 . , . , . . , . . . . IROQUOIS ANTICS 'DM I Remember" x 1 , 1 L . if ies' S in 5, 1 is "" 4 f,.x b OPERETTA 'W I resented by the choruses Wlth lyrzce and muslc under the dlrectlon of Mr Flwood I' lzaton ind Mr Carl Norberg S ap. figs 'es W1 E Down 171 the Valley Xl ERIE COUNTY "The Mufzk Gow ' l l 8 v , ' MUSIC FESTIVAL Round and Round" SENIOR FAIR That Old Gang of Mzm 'xx Vbxxs L: vk LQ CHU' 4 YK Q-pa ---v----M SCIENCE FAIR T bat Uld Black Magx AE' '1- T RA C K Big Man 4.-L. Row I Bllemexster, R Cursons, I. Schmldt I-I Maxson D co captain Gee, C Krieger, R co captain Sly M Kammslu G Schroeder,R Rowz Schneider L VN archockl Kingsley B Ogden R Roberts P McCutcheon Hollowood R VV1nther A Spiwak J Krantz B Price N Coach Foster, Kotlarski, I9 8 TRACK SCI-IEDLLF Dlvlslonal Meets 69V Cheektowaga 34f 39X Alden 64X Eden I roquols Iroquois Iroquols 9? Springville 24V Sloan Iroquols Iroquols In our first meet w1th Cheektowaga Central, Don Maxson set a new school record m the loo yd dash with an lmpresslve IO6 seconds as the team romped to an easy 35 point w1n An unusually strong Alden club met us next, and even though we were not entlrely outclassed, we were beaten In the Eden meet, Norm Price ran a great half mile ln 2 O9 8 seconds and Bill Krantz leaped I9 896 in the broad Jump to set two school records for future Chieftains to aim at Next the chiefs traveled to Alden for thelr Second Annual Invitational Track Meet, in which we accumulated enough pomts partially through Dick Krieger s record throw of 123 6M in the dlscus, to place fourth, the same as last year s team The Big Reds confidently played host to the small but spunky Holland club, and although we tried to keep the score down, the meet was entirely one sided The team jour neyed to Springville for a dual meet in which we copped eleven out of twelve possible firsts and many seconds and thirds for a decisive 55M point wm In our last dual meet against Sloan Jlm Kotlarskl tied the school record ln the 100 yd dash as the team won an easy d8ClSlOh For the first time, we competed in the F C I C Kline County Interscholastlc Conferencel Meet held at Ham Norm Price broke hls own half mile record by running a great 2 O9 1 seconds and Jack Splwak ran a great mile in 4 55 seconds In the Sectional Meet held at Amherst Hlgh School the Chiefs did a commendable job Dick Krieger took first place in the 440 yd dash ID 5 3 seconds flat ffor a new school recordl Krantz grabbed fourth place in the broad jump while Jeff McCutcheon pole vaulted 104 to tie the school record A mile Medley Relay team composed of Maxson Kotlarskl Gee, and Sly set another school record The loss of our polnt gettmg semors was felt this year, but Jeff McCutcheon, Jack Spiwak, B111 Krantz, Norm Price and others, as well as the more expenenced senior trackmen, helped bring about a successful season Dick Kneger and Don Maxson were elected honorary co captams of the 1958 squad A great deal of credit must be given our coaches, Mr Foster and Mr Boller, for thelr invaluable assistance IH grooming the comparatively small turnout of this year mto a smoothly functlonmg unit which held 1tS own under some stiff com petmon CC ' JJ 1 1 , f --J -f - gi 5 . 1 1 . I .' ' -s -9 ' , -4 ,I -, - ' a -4 ' -, - 5 4 , -9 ', -5 . - V -' , -5 ' I UI-a , -a , -5 , -s ,J-2 , -z , -4 , -4 , -9 , -4 ' J- 5 I I . . - D . f ' 2 . ' 12 - ' i K 1 2 . I n . I 4. I n 1 ' 51 53 ' ' - IrOquOlS 86 Holland I8 burg, and did surprisingly well considering the competition. ' 7 3 ' ' 3 . . . 77 27 . . . t . . 9 . ' : , . . I ' , ' . , ., . . . . , , . - ,, . . , . . syffi' 4-GJ' .' - 'ff : - if 'S -I. mf, . V ' , R W: . " f if 3 ' , ' i lxx ' Chip Cm-sons trying to stay out in front, 12 Co-captain Don Maxson at the finish line. BAS E BALL "Take Me Out To The Ballgamev 9- t -I .ug ...ei- X J ENv15am9i'SI'5A Wh it i Raw 1: Busch, S., Kurtz, J., Tierce, L., Coatsworth, R., captain, Lischer, B.g jandzinski, J., Bierl, R. Row 2: Richert, H., manager' Kaminski R ' Maze R - Wallace, - Fr1nt7, R - Knell W - Griffith K Zimmermann M Rowj Coac Frlsbne Klrzenste1n,T Prusl-.1 C Robmson, R Hopkm S H1ckey,R Sarata,B Coach R1edel A Foss was absen from pncture Iroquois Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquois 1958 SCHEDULE D1v1s1on HI Contest Eden Cheektowaga Sloan Holland Alden North Colllns Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquols Iroquois Iroquoxs lNon DIVISION Eden Cheektowaga Sloan Holland North Collins I4 Alden al VY est Senec 1 5 The 1958 Iroquols baseball team, second m the hxstory of our school showed a great deal of fight and determmatlon though lt stlll lacked experxence Flfty four boys turned out for the begmmng of the season Twenty boys were kept on the varsxty with those cut placed on a Junior Varslty team Only one member of the squad semor and Captain Robert Coats worth, w1ll not be around next year The team started :ts season against Eden gomg down to defeat 8 6m a close contest Steve Hopklns led the attack wnth a two run homer As the season progressed, our boys showed vast lmprove ment Bucky Llscher threw a two hitter against rugged Sloan however, we went down to a tough defeat 4 o Our hlttmg eye was also lmprovmg as Robert Maze and ack andzmskl showed ln thexr tymg and wmmng huts agamst Eden We won II 8 due to these hlts ,r-4' Q .iffxs-+ -nw? ""-- Our next vlctory over Holland was credrted to Tom Krrzen stem s fine pltchmg as we won 5 I, on hrs IO strnkeouts As the season closed, we won our fmal game 9 4 agaxnst Alden Bucky Lxscher led the attack wlth three hlts Robert Maze was the team s best hitter wrth a 250 battmg average Ken Grxflith, ln hrs sophomore year, was selected as first baseman on the D1v1s1on III All Star team Next year s team wxll have an advantage over most of the other teams ln the league as we have nmeteen returmng lettermen Iroquois lb looklng forward to a great team next year Coach Riedel dld an excellent job ln teaching the Iroquols club the fundamentals of good baseball as well as how to play sportsman like baseball He kept up themr spmts, even ln de feat It IS wxth much regret that we wxll not see Coach Rredel around agam next year when the umplres call play ball ' v 7 'v J 'Y .l,- v f f -1 Q - s 9 'S ' 3 ' : h Q -s ' , -: ' -s , -4 -Q -4 - - t ' 1 1 8 . . . .L O I 6 ' 6 8 ' 4 1 1 ' 2 9 ' 5 1 ' O 4 ' 7 - IO 6 9 4 I 9 T - . . . , , . 5 . 6 . 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