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

 - Class of 1959

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As It ns with the lndnvnduol so It IS wlth the natlon Theodore Roosevelt Wnth sincere best wnshes we, the Class of l959 dedicate this yearbook to the Iroquois Central Hugh School student body Crednt IS Indeed approprnate for each lndlvldual who In hls own way has bullt a tradahon on sportsmanship service and hlghest quahtles These charactenstucs that are a part of the student body of today wnll be o port of the natuon of tomorrow 3 Board of Education -.www Rowl Mr J Howard Smlth Mr LeonA Prguet Mr George B Field Row 2 Mr J George Nattrcss Mr Kenneth J Mcllralth Board of Educatlon The Students of Iroquois Central School owe a great deal to our Board of Education These cltlzens have grven unstmtmgly of their time and obnlltles to orgomze the operatnon and pollcees of our school system ln a short tame, they have promoted the lroquols Dlstrnct from o rurol system to the superlor orgamzatuon that rt IS today Theur ettorts have made our school a communuty center as well as an nnstltutlon of Ieormng 4 I : . . ' , . . ' , . . ' . : . . 1 - - I Mr. Joseph D. Kurtz, Mr. A. Donald Bartoo. Not pictured: Peter H. Bos To the Class of T959 Congratulatuons to each of you for attaun mg the senuor class level un our school system and for your annual yearbook venture At thus tume you should be deducated to the ultu mate oblectuve of graduatuon, and thence your proper place un socuety Let nothung deter you from thus accomplushment You were born at a tume of great unterna tuonal strufe Our natuon had lust been at tacked and forced unto the second World War You have luved through the post war years of the fortues and early tiftues, when the spread of confiuctung udeologues through out the world had uts effect upon your early years and the socuety whereun you grew The acceleratuon of populatuon growth the uncreased demands of labor and the spural of unfiatuonary practuces affected our socual patterns The great structural change of employment opportunutues, from structly the old labor management category to a great new field of vocatuonal and technucal serv uces whuch greatly reduced the need of the common laborer and produced a great new field of whute collar opportunutues These whute collar uobs were not to be confused however wuth the starched type of Admun ustratuon and Management All of these devel opments demanded and receuved changes un the educatuonal program and uts offerungs You have now reached the termunatuon of your hugh school career durung a new era tabbed space age Thus has produced a whole new set of pressures and demands on socuety and uts unstututuons, whuch threatens to cause even more accelerated changes un our socual patterns However there seems to be emergung from all of thus, an expressuon from the publuc whuch places a premuum on educa tuonal strength Educatuonal excellence, they are begunnung to realuze, us un the long run more umportant to Natuonal security han mulutary mught " Wuth thus thought un mund, I wush you suc cess, whether after hugh school you enter your talents un College competutuon, or market them un the field of free enterpruse and uob opportunutues A Donald Bartoo, Pruncupal of the Dustruct Superuntendent of the Dustruct 5 I - u A ' H - I ., . ll ' ' ll . ....... . . 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WM. s Hn its MwlPn...r""" l 'Wink To the Class of 59 Congratulations on the attamment of a goal long sought graduation from hugh school and the commencement of new careers and Inves May your features be filled wnth further success and satisfaction and may your dreams and hopes be realized You can look back now on years of preparation and study years durmg which you had your share of disappointments and achievements, of hard work and good tlmes, years filled wnth memornes you wnll never forget l smcerely hope that from now on, durung the years ahead, you will always have good health and real happlness I wush each of you the best of luck m what ever you do, wherever you go Smcerely Dennls Ryan Congratulatuons to the Class of 59 As you leave this fine publlc school a product of our democracy l hope that you carry wlthm yourself the abnlnty to thunk straught to meet adversity, to be tolerant, to meet the world, and to apprecuate our democracy When you leave school you must move either up or downstream In the fleld of human affairs Once you forget the need around you and the necessuty of meetmg respon snblllty and the ablllty of self correction, you will be ln trouble Democracy calls for a tolerance born of our hnstorncal perspective Difference of opmlon dress or language IS never a sound reason for enmnty except when one man presumes to stand on the exclusnve pedestal of perfectlon, lookmg down at sordld slavery below Tolerance also dlc tates the EXAMPLE IS the most forceful and persuasive means of convertmg others to our way of lnfe Democracy promuses freedom but not for the askmg t comes luke the most precious values as a by product of snncere effort an thought and action Take loy In your respon slbllntles of sharmg and the pruvnleges wnll come without a strain Equipped with such a vlew of lute you wall not only create but mamtaln these democratuc mstltutlons we hold so sacred Smcerest Best Wushes Russell E Corser A 6 ' Ls 'L I - lf"-' . gk gy, W , , f 1 W L. . , wif, ,A Q. W X. s.b,,,l 1 7 ' ly, H, gf . . A-1--......, , is I . , , A v ' 'f !' 4 . . .. .1 "'i4- . . i . . 1 H ' . . . . . P . . . VA vs, 1. f , t . , 3 , ,,V, L M , ' I . ' I I I . i l Lk I . . I - I . . ' . ,M Q , ? I Mr. Griffith, Director of Guidance N El , . 5 . F hw Miss Bowers, School Librarian v . 4 4 Y Mrs Neldcg School Nurse Mrs Cerunskl Den1aIHyglemst "Ha lr ln 'b-. K 5 Y if Wjzf' ,-'fr Transportation .Sir We are deeply indebted to these people who perform speclal servlces for the wel fare of the faculty and the entire student body They have helped to make our years at Iroquois more pleas ant and enloyable Maintenance MNwMM,,,,.,. Cafeteria Staff J Y Qu Res' 9549 H-nw ?0, 9 E ' -Lift' ' -al C ...- . A 5 ' H A' ' . r 4' 1 , u 3 C 5 My J - M u - a W., U ,,,y.,,.. Vg. f' fy x M 3 , 5 jg L? vi , L, I If I ' 2-Heyy X' f z Hy . A -P' x 3 t t . 1 s WF ! knowledge FACULTY It is the supreme ari of the teacher to awaken ioy in creative expression and Albert Einsfein SHE' 'ff' v-saws, ,aff .wgq use Mr Alfred Bailey Cmzenshlp Education A A Oykf' J-gap? 595' 2 Nwup 'wif' 'PED' Mrs Elly Buchholz English 74? svn! fwf Mr wlllldm J DeFrels Industnul Aris was RWM vw .--.-4 'WDW Mr Gene E Beckwith Muslc ,Tien Mlss Duane Cllnlon Clhzenshlp Educuhon r""' M4 xgcfs Y' 'fda 4 Mr Thomas A Bello J Sclence '-Z? nn' 595 cfs? Mr Fay Coblenlz Jr Science ,951 "' if W kv VCC "'L"7 r Elwood Eason Music """'? Mrs Rufh E Bosch English songs 'Q' """81 Mr Wllllam DeCump Maihemuhcs 1 L45 zibrc LL 1144 Q j,L2 fzlwfwf "4 X 04,174 6466117-QCJI' f J Liv .77 gf Lu Mlss Carol M Edmunds Physacal Educuhon ,ff Y srr f -, A ,, if K, ri A. Vf . I, Q af Y 5, A W 1 LM ' I ,f " K we Q .5 , W A J JT fs 1 W , "J' 4 H X WL' f 'Il V f ,M Z Ja 1 1 'bQ1 L ' Ja f 4:u::""'-.'f f V 3 6 f E 1 NK 5 Q wtf: S i L ' - ' - - ' . . , r. . . .J Q-J IN X N nk M ty. 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'sf-f' Donald Lamp r N7 Miss Suzanne Magavero languages VU 1 Mr X Ya' Q Mr Mllion Lahmer Physncol Educahon 1 NAT' Q-. Mr Roberl Manchesier Mathematics E444 dftldldc. 415 Mrs louuse E Long Homemaknng W- Mrs Marlon Mann A-HUA ,1- if Mr Chfiord F luders Agruculture uh 'lb-A6 Mr James McCread Y Mathemahcs Sclence fb 1?o pau.: p,g.sf 42930 20:6 I' and H1 Ya as 4398.5 0: .Sadcags I4 06 Faro ,aw Vi-5' Paul Muller Jr Mr Carl Norber 9 Crhzenshlp Educahon English Mathemohcs fin.-.s 41 i'i Miss Ellzabelh L Fresco!! Physacal Educohon Mr G Donald Raihgeber Music - ., 1 A Q of .W f 'A U ' i '.. ' 1 Q' M Q . gl M 2 , . W ' , 'V -- " s X ' N g 5 nA'2fr 552 JW7 2 " V E r ' Q " f ,f ' 'I ,J JY ' r ' If A 'I 4 AZ" L 1 If ' I - Mr. . ' ' . ' . . ' . A Y . . . . f t 9' ,' ' ' . 5 M H ' ' -ax I W hx X' ' E 1 V' ' v if' ' -L if ., Y if-1 " ' ' 1 - I' '-5 7752 M I . . I . 0 x 4 1, V, ,N-1 6 r, ,K ' as 8 ,r.,, V I . I V f Y ' l.' , X -. V' , x '47 a k 1' n I ,ui Y ' "" 'ff 55 'n'c ' -ff .Q ' M. " fr 5 ! r, r iv X K K ,wt , V 1 4 m"""""'x 0 w3""'a Mr Wllllam J Saul Cnhzenshup Educahon Mr P Leslie Shaw Clflzenshlp Education 45 Mr Waller Szyperslu Induslnal Arls ,- sq 'K if ,yi Mr E Donald Schulman Induslnal Arts 'YNVUB' We-nf Mr Floyd R Sllllman Cmzenshlp Educahon Mrs Mary lou Van Orman Commercial iff df IU! v .1-'V Mrs Dorothy Selleman Homemuklng rA"'F" Mr Edwin F Sfohrer Physncal Educahon -1 Mlss Barbara J Wlller Commercial gf 0' 'I 1' 'At f ,- 'ff U ' ' . gl' . gf N' ,lj ' f Q an 'Sf' '- ' l .ry ,- Q V- a J , ' ,, X m 1 I L . ,H , MM M ,gy 'x 112 1 ,W M, M H" V X, tg nr- AX ' V : Af lx 1 A a v X f f - X f ff' . ' ' . , Jr. . . , ' , I y 9 4 V tg :. : ' f . . f ,rg 'il' 'O.C I ' f -X I5 F fl C-jr! flroquuil Central jzlyunl Qruqunis Central jrhnnl , Q ., ,Q Qlrnqunis Central Srlynol .gy '-X f Qruquui ,lrnqunis Cfrnirxl lsrhnnl fmtnl ,Srbunl In all things, success depends upon pre- vious preparation, and without such preparation there is sure to be failure. Confucius Vnce President Arnblhon Own Stock un a Volkswagon company Fondest Memory Spnngvnlle game 58 under Mr latumer William E Doster President Ambshon To go to and complete college Fondest Memory My tnp to Europe James Wallace Treasurer Ambition Be an educated bum Fondest Memory Sports under Coach Latumer I8 Secretary Ambnhon To always be happy Fondest Memory September 27 1958 .sa o' M Ap NJ l I . Lee Tlerce Janet Marie Codd 09, U' U73 ff lf' 41. ss . ., ,-Q vge Q' f ,, 3, -.. , :va ,sf-' 1--7 Ardele C Allen Amblhon To go through llfe wllhoul carrying a grudge Fondesl Memory February 57 E5 -..-nf' we Gary D Beldler Ambmon To graduate Fondest Memory lroquous Central School ., 4:3 ' l ,. it I' ":a-31" sei Q Robert J Arnsl Ambmon To prove Manlla ns best Fondest Memory Baskefball season Deborah Lee Armnlage Amblllon To creale happiness Fondesl Memory Cheerleading n Frances ...,x ZX s... ., xl -Q 6 Q Gregory George Beller Ambuhon To be a success Fondesf Memory Playing IN the Senior Bond Norman D Blmslon Ambuhon To repaur Televusnon sels Fondesf Memory Playmg IN the Band l9 1 ' , 1 N X 1 ' , ' ,L Y ,nh X lk, K L 2 3 I . 1 .. - . : l Cl d , .. ., : ,' N., g X A 4' M . , X Z if ,fl ve . s..." X 1 f .. uf 5 A gr- ,I f , . .1 f Q' ,..' A ,-2 ,run ,, H-.fa .,,: 1 . J fy--1 A - ,. 1 . an' ,,:f 1- 5 : N,.p'.':- 'J f. 'I , Q n - , .V Al ..f ' V 'sv ' .K . I' - '. ' 1 - '--1 .A-,c-1 -- 1-.V ,X ,, Lanny A. Blum Ambition: To become a successful dairy farmer Fondest Memory: Iroquois Central ,MP :NEW li' Mi, if M Paulette C. Bork Ambition: To go the opposite direction of Schreg and Barb Fondest Memory: August 29, i957 Shirley M' B"eide""ei" Ambition: Search for and find happiness Fondest Memory: Cuba Lake and the wonderful times l had with a certain someone 47f Roger E. Brookman Ambition: To get Mr. Frisbie to vote Republican Fondest Memory: Relatives, and the "worm" Sally Carlson Ambition: Always be happy Fondest Memory: Senior Year at I.C.H.S. Judith S. Butfum Ambition: To Gnd my special place in life Fondest Memory: My trip to Hackensack, New Jersey 20 Robert Howard Claxton Ambatlon Be a History Teacher Fondest Memory Elgllth Grade and my trap to Washmgton Sylvia Lllllan Cool! Ambutlon To own an Edsel Fondest Memory My dog Pepper Elalno Darlne Ambntnon To be a success Fondest Memory Summer of 1958 Ralph T. Ellison Ambition: Own Snowshoes Fondest Memory: June 38, 1955 Sharon Leo Fellows Ambition: Enroll at West Point Fondest Memory: Too many to remember 21 Bottle Ann Flllpskl Ambition: To understand and to be understood Fondest Memory: Weekends MJ M Z 5? M "4lV M -out-Q 1 Charles M Fisher Ambmon To become cz former cfler graduahon , x, , I A- E f- 1 Nl jii' Fondesl' Memory December 2 1958 Anhu' E Foss inf' 5-,pr sy b Ronald S Frantz Ambmon To flmsh my schooling Fondesl Memory Sports at I C S .oi le qs-9, Ambmon None Fondesl Memory Gnrls v"'7 Yr Jane! Loretta Ann Fruedhaber Amblhon To produce a perfecl carbon COPY Fondest Memory Junior lYearl 22 Sue Foss Amblhon Trap lo California Fondest Memory Whitney Pom! July 58 .l4vLfLw' I 4 5 f 'S 'SHR'- 14'-f Newer' f James Game Ambuhon Spend a weekend on the moon Fondesl Memory August I3 1958 Ida D Gollor Ambltlon- To make someone happy Fondest Memory January I to August I5 1958 Sherman William Hager Ambition Business executive Fondest Memory September 1955 Diana Sharon Grotke Ambltlon Be a pnvote secretory Fondest Memory Programs un the evenmgs put on by the students Austin F. llassolborg Ambition: Own the rest of Wales Center Fondest Memory: Stopping at Snowshoes sam. :uma um, af. u A GCS D L Q C c- To A Ambition: Come back to the "new" 1 Elma a success .D OJ E L Ls 1' ' fvl ATE Fonda' Memory: My moms., and Gall lllntarlurgor Jsfrfl Eighm Grade Ambition: Leam to drive a stick shift Fondest Memory: Tony and Rip's Training classes 23 ,fs 1' 4-429' QM Margaret G Hollowood Ambition To live on a Marine base Fondest Memory October 22 1956 -if John J. Jandzinski Ambition: To have an ambition Fondest Memory: Sports at l.C.S. 1--19' Sally Hudson Ambition To go elephant hunting with a pea shooter Fondest Memory Just about everything X k A XX x gf 'x L Q--f' -vw John J. Julian Ambition: To do the best I can with what I have Fondest Memory: "55" 24 QB-Q-r ...ll I Carol Ann Hunt Ambition Meet Barb Schreg and Paulle ln the middle Fondest Memory Past summer with a certain somebody y,-."'N!hJ'v"Q ---.43 and Edwin F Kay Ambition To go to college Fondest Memory East Aurora ll l ' J Us 1 1' X I' ll, D ul f lf . , . . ,4 .,, A 1 ., , ,rf M I - .. .y x" I f lx 'A' ' swim.. wr' ' Colln M Kelly Amblhon To own and operate a buslness Fondesl Memory The M F D Boys 'Q-is QA? --ui' ' James Kollarslu Amblhon To have some omblhon Fondesf Memory Siello Q 1.41 --1-1 Jams C Kirsch Amblhon Fund o doy wllh 26 hours Fondesl Memory Shirley and Rusty 'Nw . .mg fl if? N4 Karen Helene Krlschan Ambmon Be u success In my own way Fondest Memory December 7 l958 4,2 iw lx 7 ' wifhgwbn Y Higgs if ' in i vXQ l yhard Krone Ambmon To be able to really lnve hugh and enloy It Fondesl' Memory The nngh! lroquons won Yhe wresllmg sechonals 25 Y' lorren Guslaf Larwood Amblhon Nuclecr physlcs Fondesl Memory The mghf we called Mr Lahmer E, T is , sip , k 'fl' t . . . : I K l -... - -M M , A .. . Q,:.i2,:-,451-,grief V ' . , f' we " "ffl" , . K I I x , If X v 'J ' q 4 - .. K Z Hg. 4 J' , . , . Q i V M - ' fl 2+- .' 3.1 M " Q , fl 3?-5, . 1 ll- . l V, Mig: l tj I . . 5 fr, . -, ' ..: .. ,.. g iq," ,wr ,. 3.5.5 3 1 .3 1 5" " v 'SAL 'Tvili-131 Sl' '17 Carol Ann MacDonald Ambutlon Help make the world o better place In whuch to llve Fondest Memory November 1958 'Qu we 44 nn. gf' 115 N4 4-ul awk ,intl 'ia W Liga Q rw nl X Xxx David Makowskl Amblhon To goto Hawau or Nassau Fondest Memory Not enough to remember 2'-441 -and James V McCormick Ambmon To become a conservatnon officer for the N Y S Conservatnon Bonita Sue Matchulet Commmlon Ambmon Lwe my Infe for others Fondest Memory My years at lroquous Fondest Memory Playing football under Mr Latimer 26 xv' Yi Melmda Jane Marky Ambltuon To rouse Elephants In Indra Fondest Memory Lrvmg In Portervnlle IQ ist? 'Hi Jeffrey McCu0cheon Ambmon Retire at 25 Fondest Memory Sports at lroquons ,- V1 A,'V x 1 C ,2,, it ,si il jff. , a F "Q ll VMI "" l 1 'W A -N R . . Y 'Nr ' . 4? A - x1.X.g A x N , X ' ' osx T , VC! 'xl Q V Q TV A N 2 lx-LA .X-. .EP tg U. -.' Q. Q iv 1 ,. . l ' . " . A I .lf lv, . J - X, ' .I ' Q . 1 I -fl' 1,1 'mill . A 'l 1 I . , it ' 1' WA. A , 71 I :U :wk U l x ' I Al K ' " . - ' - 5 f ' . 4 A ' " ' fn- . . - X IJ L K 9' 9 ll is X8 ,Of pf-W- M 5 . My I ' . H . li N ' ll, LQ ,gf . I V W V , .K .. 6 ., .. ,f .fx ' A Q-. 1 1- 'Q Q 'S sl A ' V' f - l U 'I V K I f .. I. . Q Sandra Lee Morns Ambmon To Inve the Infe I have dreamed of Fondesf Memory Summer In Pleasant Valley May 19 Bluebrrd and Johnny -vi! Nb Joseph Ockler Amblhon Give Mr Lamp an ar? exam Fondest Memory JB U Q ln 115+ ' 'vlltlil """'f5" Ronald Nledzwleckl Amblhon To hun? bear In Alaska Fondesi Memory Enghth Grade Joyce Muslal Ambmon Be a happy success Fondesi Memory My whole Infe mzqmv, 3 W., QQST or Nqucxg ye qco. 9lLoo.q3 HOPE YUM N-R81-Ji 0 vwxvxcw-N Fun an CHQ Sernow.. hit! rx IJQP 045 1-,mr h H6505 rom 115 'X- Sharon A Orr Ambmon Live each day to the fullest Fondest Memory March fo September '58 Reber' C on Ambnhon Buuld and race a stocker Fondest Memory 33 27 nf y Jh V' Q. an 5 V ' rw rs , A , ..- I' . vi" . -I I g 'Li QM ' W Q -- . X ' ZF 4 A , . F I W ,,V. , 4-. F 4,e' V g vvg., . . . N is Q .fa Q . e ' 3. . . 5 X - . s ' S 1- m x 'W , 4' r his Qgljcnh M T 'm H ' " M F' 'hz X 46 f , ' 'I' ,,i . 7 L - . - n ' x M x 4 M ff ' J, If . I x t L' .lx ' ll' ,kc vm It ' Q ' t X X xx 'L T11 E 1 f .a,' , A 'T I' H - X 1' X' ' ' If J' Q ' X QNJ ,',', . 1 ' ti" 'L -- W X 1 I It A 1 at 71 , x if K 41 uf ,fi f' 1 1 B I i 'JI' I 4-:fi wel Frederuck J Perklns Ambntnon Connonsseur of fine Cdslne Fondest Memory Texas Donald R' Perrm Ambltnon To own a 1 O00 acre farm Fondest Memory Too many R Steven Pierce Ambltlon Fnmsh what I start Fondest Memory August I9 24 Sharen Lee Pfender Ambrtuon To do a little searching Fondest Memory Summer of 58 .. 5, , lJ Nl h Karen Mane Pfender Ambltaon To have a happy hfe wuth Jlm K Fondest Memory January I6 1958 and .lim K J Patricia Ann Putt Ambmon To be successful and happy In everythung I do Fondest Memory .lanudry 23' 1959 X 5 .2 , , x Q 'Q' ' "'l . 'U - s I rp, . N k PA I X -bt A E. ' , W , o of-we , W. f . a f! P X 1 ' ' ,. r ' . If . . . . ' . N . ' I .. 1 . . XY N. iv ry. 2 ' X" 1 0 3 . . . 2 . . Y ' x Q- his : " " I -' .' ' 'yi xx ' I V 1- . 28 .fn f A Jennifer Susan Padd Ambition To graduate from college Fondest Memory My Senior Year at Iroquois Ann Pruslxl Casimer Fruskl Ambition To become a success in the Held of metallurgy Fondest Memory The day the racoon Ambition Travel to St Paul with Sharon got In my tem. Fondest Memory November 30 1957 Raymond Douglas Pucci Ambition: To make something of myself Fondest Memory: Everything Dean N. Rauch Ambition: To have my own way for once Fondest Memory: Those weekend dances 29 Diane Marie Reid Ambition: To be a teacher Fondest Memory: Long Beach stiff' Theodore Reimer Ambnhon Own o 1965 Corvef Fondesf Memory June 21 1958 ' I QF' tri? f"N' JF' -54 1.4-az Sylvia Samulskl Arnblhon Be anolher Florence Nlghhngole Fondesf Memory Senior Year fr ,f-2 '21 1 55 w faq. 7. K' 'Q '47 Margorle Joan Schemer Amblhon Gnvmg a welcommg porvy for the gurls and frovelmg on lhe carpet Rmhmd F sthasel Fondest Memory November 15 1958 Ambmon Own a 1960 Ford Fondest Memory Oclober 18 1956 30 cvs H-sig Josselyn Sanborn Ambmon Always be os happy os I have been ot Iroquois Fondesf Memory Jumcr Play All nn the Family -q 44' l' June Karen Schema Ambmon June 1 1960 Fondesl Memory August 10 1957 Diane Dale Sehroglman Ambition To travel west with Borb Fondest Memory My crazy sixteenth Barbara Marla Schrader bmhday pany Ambition Travel to the West,Coast with Schreg Fondest Memory Mme er t lf? A ff' Dawn E Sllleman Ambition Go back with a certain someone Fondest Memory May 24 1958 Jack P. Splwalr Ambition: Run a 4:00 minute mile Fondest Memory: March 13, 1958 JW Donald R. Strelcher Ambition: Make a million Fondest Memory: 54 Chev. 31 Raymond G. Straslng Ambition: le a comedian Fondest Memory: Cooperating with teadlers Darlene Mae Summerton Ambition Marry J K and make people happy Fondest Memory Wald weekend ond Thom" B Tyla' Debbie Ambition Make my second million first Fondest Memory December 28 1957 Walter Michael Winiewiez Ambition: To get o Corvette Fondesl Memory: l.C.H.S. Priscilla Helen Younger: Ambition: Be water girl on c football team Fondest Memory: Senior Slumber Parties 32 Janet Beth Underwood Ambition lnvent a six day week end Fondest Memory Everything and everybody connected with my German Summer 'Cul Paul M Banile Ambmon Own a Thunderbird Fondesf Memory The Operetia Cas' Party td- 'li 'sv' T James J Celofio II Ambmon To someday be a professional actor Fondesf Memory Jumor Plan and Operetto x S Jacqueline Bodekor Ambrhon To be a success In everythln Fondesf Memory Augu t 12 1957 an mf Glenn Richard Cook Ambmon To be a stock car driver Fondesi Memory My Hrs? 'ob 33 9 vw rank-2 y -1 . " 6- H l 6 . ' " KX I l' 'J ,. :M 1: X lu ' I v A ' U N, Y 'N Cfgfg . wx my r ,K 7 tf ' :L :M 'f 0 ,, T D Av I . inf I 7, C' ' "' H , f I C I v -AVU fu ,. ,f x E is r . -f - M 1 4 V .. M I h f Q. f . - N5 ' Xt AA . ,. Lf V ' , f ' '-Y x N V , h 23557 -...-4' Rlchard A Boyd Jr Ambmon To own a street rod Fondesf Memory Mechanical Drawnng wrth Mr Schulman HM XJ gn? Paul N Keem Ambmon Wm fhe Empure Former Award Fondesi Memory February 8 1958 XQ Seiya Qi, M f . 1 William Reber! Kraniz Edward Lazarus Ambmon U S A F Ambmon To study Physncs Fondesl Memory Apnl 30 l95B Fondest Memory December l958 .ludlih M Rosuer Donna Woosier Ambuhon Meducol Secretary Ambmon Become ednor of a small Fondesi Memory The bulldlng of our town newspaper house Fondest Memory Summers at Cornield Pom! Connecflcut 34 f , 4 Z ff' X 'uf' R z xl XI .r -. . x - 1 .f .x ' xl' xN x,N.I?6 N L y , DXXNJ' . , - 'ix ,fn . .-- -,fmz X I l K. X I X11 kr W5 'T af' pf"-at Y PN .aw ,ties . H. S""'T.6 WA... , ... ,,.e Au- . -Q ff? ' Z! X 'E F49 35 Assembly Snaps Forelgn Exchange Students We may LEIF BLOMQUIST Lelf Blomqunst arrnved here In the Umted States last summer from Funland under the sponsorship of the Amerncan Fueld Service Program He came over here as the second exchange student of lroquols Central Hugh School Lenf, who has attended our school for one year and has made many frnends here among faculty and students has brought wnth hum ndeas and customs of has own country to com pare wnth our tradltnons here un Amernca Lenf s fondest memory IS the United States, especially here at lroquous and has ambltuon us to return here to Amernca some day We all hope to see Leaf agam In the years to come and we all wlsh hum the best of luck and happmess DEIJKE KEGEL Thus year lroquols Central has been hon ored by the presence of a second exchange student, Deulke Kegel, whose homeland s Hamburg Germany Although Dellke arnved at Iroquois lust last Chrnstmas wlthm a very short time she became an mtegral part of the Senaor class as well as the entrre student body Brmgmg many Ideas and customs from her natuve country thus seventeen year old has accompllshed one of the mam ObleCllVeS of all exchange students to brmg understand mg among peoples of the world Many a day has been brnghtened by Deulke s sweet smnle pleasant dlsposltuon and wlllnngness to help When she returns home to Germany Dellke wull, wlthout a doubt carry wuth her the best wishes of the entire school facult and students Indeed we all wnsh her good luck and success ln whatever she aspnres to do mf' Janet Underwood Jams Klrsch Deborah Armntage Karen Krlschan Janet Underwood Deborah Armltage Bonnie Matchulet Janet Codd Karen Pfender Karen Knschan Ardell Allen Deborah Armltage .lams Klrsch Janet Codd Sally Carlson Janet Codd Gaul Hmterberger Janet Underwood Senlor Poll Most Lukely To Succeed Most Ongmal Most Admlred Most Dependable Most Studlous Best Dancers Best Dressed Most Muslcal Most Frlendly Best lookmg Most Courteous Most Athletic Most Artlshc Best Sense of Humor Most Soclable Most Bashful Most Versahle Daydreamers Dld the Most for ICHS 37 Loren Larwood Fred Perkins Richard Krane Wllluam Doster Loren Larwood Edson Hull Richard Krone James Wallace JeFf McCutcheon Leaf Blomqulst Ronald Frantz Joe Ockler Lee Tnerce Edson Hull Gary Beldler Ronald Frantz Davud Makowsk: Ronald Frantz Sally Hudson Roger Brookman ARDELE C ALLEN Photography Club l F H A 3 Chorus 3 Baton Twnrlers 2 Operetta 3 Basketball 3 Aquatnc Club 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlnng I DEBORAH LEE ARMITAGE Jumor Red Cross Chorus 3 Youth Dnscussuon Club 3 Chneftam Staff 3 .Iumor Play 3 Cheer Leader I 2 3 Aquatuc Club l 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 Bowlung 3 Track 2 Basketball 2 3 American Essay Contest Class Secretary 2 3 ROBERT ARNST Student Councnl 2 Audio Vnsual Staff 3 Football 2 Basketball I 2 3 GARY BEIDLER Jumor Red Cross l Wlnner l GREGORY GEORGE BEITER Jumor Red Cross Jumor Play Operetta B nd I 2 3 NORMAN BLINSTON Audno Vusual Staff 3 Stamp Club 2 B nd l 2 3 LEIF BLOMQUIST Student Councnl 4 Yearbook Stott A Cross Country 4 LANNY BLUM A PAULETTE C BORK Jumor Red Cross I Photography Club 2 Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Aquatnc Club l Track 2 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Baseball 3 SHIRLEY M BRIEDENSTEIN F HA 2 Baton Twnrlers l 3 Cheer Leader 2 Bow mg l 2 3 ROGER E BROOKMAN Student Councul 2 3 Operetta 3 nd l 2 Dance Band l 2 3 Orchestra l 2 3 Erle County Band 2 3 JUDITH S BUFFUM Chorusl 2 3 Aquatic Club 3 Volleyball l SALLY CARLSON Yearbook Staff 3 Chorusl 3 Spellnng Bee 2 3 ROBERT HOWARD CLAXTON Yearbook Staff 3 Science Club 2 3 Hnstorncal Society 2 3 Youth Duscussnon Club 3 Chneftaun Stott 3 Chess Club 2 3 Amerncan Essay Wlnner JANET MARIE CODD Bookstore 2 Chorus 3 Jumor Play 3 Cheer Leader I 2 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Bowllng 3 Baseball 3 38 SYLVIA LILLIAN COOK Bookstore 3 F B LA 3 Leaders Club 2 ELAINE DARBEE Hlstorucal Socuety 2 F HA 2 3 Volleyball 3 WILLIAM DOSTER Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Footballl 2 Track 2 Basketballl 2 Class Treasurer 2 Sectional Allstate Chorus Bowling 3 RALPH T ELLISON Football 3 Wrestllngl 2 3 Track 2 SHARON M FELLOWS Yearbook Staft 3 Leaders Club 2 Bookstore 3 Hnstorncal Society 2 Basketballl 2 Bowlung 3 F B L A 3 BETTIE ANN FILIPSKI Yearbook Stott 3 Lubrary Staff 2 Bookstore 3 Chorus l 2 Baton Twurlers Operetta 2 Jumor Play 3 Aquatlc Club 3 Volleyball Bowling 3 Track 3 Basketball 3 CHARLES FISHER A ARTHUR FOSS A Wrestlmg 3 Basketball 2 3 2 .. . 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G ll ' - F.F..1,2,3 ,,3 F.F..1,2,3 r.r..1,2,3 , SUE FOSS Bookstore 3 A I Basketballl 2 Volleyballl 3 Bowlmg 2 RONALD S FRANTZ Jumor Red Cross I Stamp Club I Youth Dlscussnon Club 2 Chess Club I Football 3 Basketball 3 Volleyball 2 Track I Baseball I JAN FRIEDHABER Jumor Red Cross I 2 Yearbook Stat? 3 Library Staff 2 Bookstore 3 Chleftam Staff 3 Aquatuc Club 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 2 3 Basketball 3 Leaders Club 2 IDA D GOLLER A I Chorus 3 Operetta DIANE SHARON GROTHE Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 3 Bowlmg 3 Orchestral 2 SHERMAN WILLIAM HAGER Bookstore 2 Chess Club 2 3 Swnmmlng 2 AUSTIN HASSELBURG Jumor Red Cross 2 Art Club I EDSON ELWOOD HILL Student Councnl 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Art Club I J Science Club I Hnstorucal Society I 2 Chorus I 2 3 Youth Dlscusslon Club 3 Chleftaln Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 Operetta 2 Chess Club 2 GAIL HINTERBERGER Student Councll I Chorus 3 Jumor Play 3 Bowlmg I Orchestra 3 3 MARGA RET HOLLOWOOD A I Chorus 2 3 Baton Twnrlers 2 Basketball 3 Aquatic Club 3 Volleyball 3 Track 3 Baseball 3 SALLY HUDSON Student Councnl 3 Hnstorlcal Socuety 3 Chorusl 2 Band 2 3 Orchestra I 2 3 Erne County Orchestra CAROL ANN HUNT Chorus I Baton Twnrlers I 2 3 Jumor Play 3 Aquatic Club 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 3 Track 3 Basketball 3 JOHN JANDZINSKI Chneftam Staff 3 Wrestling I 2 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 3 Track I Baseball 2 3 Amerncan Essay I Class Presndent 2 Secretary Treasurer I 39 JOHN J JULIAN Audio Visual Staff I Photography Club 3 Wrestlmg I 2 Track 2 EDWIN F KAY Stamp Club I 2 Scnence Club 2 Youth Dlscussnon Club 3 Jumor Play 3 Operetta 3 Cross Country 2 Wrestllng I 2 Model U N 3 Syracuse Conference 3 Boy s State 3 COLIN KELLY I Wrestlmg 2 Agrlculture Llons Club Award JANIS C KIRSCH Student Councll 3 Jumor Red Cross I Yearbook Staff 3 Historical Society Chorus I 2 3 Chleftann Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 Operetta 2 3 Basketball 2 Volleyball I Bowlmg 2 3 KAREN KRISCHAN Student Council 2 Jumor Red Cross 3 Yearbook StaFf 3 Historical Society I 2 3 Youth Duscussnon Club 3 Chleftann Staff 3 Aquatlc Club I 2 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 3 Syracuse Conference Model U N 3 WBEN Panel 3 JIM KOTLARSKI Jumor Red Cross 3 Footballl 2 3 Aquatnc Club 3 Volleyball 3 Trackl 3 Basketball 2 3 . . . 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I 3 I DICK KRANE Student Councnl 3 .lumor Red Cross 2 Football 2 Wrestlmg I 2 3 Track 2 LORREN LARWOOD Stamp Club I 2 3 Scnence Club 2 3 Youth Dnscusslon Club 3 Chieftain Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 Chess Club 2 3 Model U N 3 DAVID MAKOWISKI Football 2 Wrestlmg I 2 MELINDA JANE MARKY Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Aquatnc Club 2 3 Volleyball 3 Track 3 Basketball 3 BONITA MATCHULET Jumor Red Cross 2 Yearbook Staff 3 Chorus I 2 3 Youth Dlscusslon Club 3 Operetta 2 3 Bowlmg 2 Class Vnce Presndent 3 JAMES MCCORMICK Jumor Red Cross 2 3 Foo ball 1 2 3 Swlmmmg I JEFFERY MCCUTCHEON Footballl 2 3 Track 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 SANDRA LEE MORRIS Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 2 JOYCE MUSIAL Jumor Red Cross 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Llbrary 3 Hlstorlcal Soclety 3 Chleftam Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 Basketball 3 Aquatic Club 2 3 Bowlmg 3 JOE OCKLER Yearbook Staff 3 Art Club I 2 Chleftam Stat? 3 Jumor Play 3 Operetta 3 Swnmmmg 2 3 Basketball I SHARON ORR Chorus I 2 Basketball 3 Bowlmg 2 3 ROBERT OTT Wrestlmgl 2 3 FRED PERKINS Student Councnl 3 Sclence Club 3 Youth Dlscussnon Club 3 Chleftaln Staff 3 Basketball 3 DONALD PERRIN A I Wrestlmg 3 KAREN PFENDER Bookstore 2 3 Bowlmg 2 SHAREN PFENDER Bookstore 3 Bowlmg 2 STEVEN PIERCE Wrestlmg I PATRICIA PITT Library Staff 2 3 A I Chorusl 2 Jumor Play 3 Operetta I 2 40 JENNIFER PODD Volleyballl 2 3 ANN PRUSKI Bowlmg 2 CASIMER PRUSKI Scuence Club I Chleftam Stat? 3 Baseball 3 RAYMOND PUCCI Audlo Vnsual Staff I 2 3 I Wrestlmg 2 3 Baseball 2 3 Secretary of F F A DEAN RAUCH Jumor Red Cross I 2 Audlo Vnsual Staft 3 Stamp Club 2 Chorus 2 Chleftaln Staff 3 Football I Swlmmlng 2 Basketball I DIANE REID Jumor Red Cross I 2 Yearbook Staff 3 Audio Vnsual Stat? 2 Lubrary Staff I 2 3 Bookstore 3 Chorus 2 3 Operetta Swlmmnng I Bowlmg 2 Basketball 2 F B L A 3 THEODORE REIMER Audio Visual Staff 3 Wrestlmg l SYLVIA SAMULSKI .lumor Red Cross 2 3 Science Club Chorus I Aquatic Club 3 Volleyball 2 Natnonal Honor Society 3 ' ' ' F.F.A. , 2, 3 ' ' I . . . 3 , ' , ,3 F.F.A. I, 2, 3 Operetta 2, 3 ' ' Fr. . ,2, 3 2 f , , l . I . 1 , 1 F.H. . ,2 JOSSELYN SANBORN Jumor Red Cross 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Hlstoncal Society 3 Chorus 3 Youth Duscusslon Club 3 Chleftam Staff 3 .lumor Play 3 Chess Club l Baseball 2 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 2 Basketball 2 MARJORIE SCHEFFLER F H A 3 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 3 Baseball 3 JUNE SCHEIFLA Yearbook Staff 3 Bookstore 3 Art Club l Hnstorlcal Society 2 3 Aquatlc Club l 2 3 Volleyball 2 Bowlmg 3 Basketball 3 BARBARA SCHRADER F HA 2 3 Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 3 Basketball 2 Aquatuc Club 3 Bowlmg 2 3 DIANE SCHREGLMAN A l Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 2 3 Basketball 3 Volleyball 3 Bowlmg 3 Track 2 Orchestra 3 DAWN SILLEMAN Bookstore 3 F H A 2 Bowlmg 2 JACK SPIWAK Photography Club 3 Cross Country 3 Wrestlmg 2 Track 3 New York State Shueld for Cross Country 3 DONALD STREICHER Audio Visual l 2 3 RAYMOND STRESING Audno Vlsual Staff l 2 3 Art Club l 2 Football 3 Swlmmnng 2 3 DARLENE SUMMERTON Student Councll l 2 FHA 3 Chorusl 3 Basketballl 2 3 Volleyballl 2 3 Baseball 2 3 LEE TIERCE Student Council l 2 .lumor Red Cross 2 Footballl 2 3 Swnmmungl 2 3 Aquatlc Club 3 Track l Baseball 2 3 41 THOMAS TYLER Jumor Red Cross I Youth Dnscussuon Club 3 Chleftaln Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 JANET UNDERWOOD Student Council 3 Yearbook Staff 3 Photography Club 2 Youth Dlscusslon Club 3 Chieftain Staff 3 Jumor Play 3 Chess Club 2 Volleyball 2 Orchestra 2 3 Model U N 3 Syracuse Conference 3 Amerncan Fneld Servlce Summer Student 3 JAMES WALLACE Jumor Red Cross 2 Bookstore 2 3 Footballl 2 3 Wrestlmg l Baseballl 2 3 Class Treasurer WALTER WINIEWICZ Student Councnl 3 Chorusl 2 3 PAT YOUNGERS Hnstorucal Soclety 3 Chorusl 2 3 Operetta 3 Aquatlc Club 3 Volleyball 2 Bowlmg 2 3 Track 2 Wmner of Plllsbury Baking Contest ln School I 1 . 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I 1 1 l I I I l l 1 1 D I F.H. . , 2, 3 - - I 1 I ' Hustory of Class of 1959 Retrospectuvely the past four years have undeed been most eventful and umportant to each and every senuor Brudgung the gap between adolescence and adulthood these years hold pleasant memorues that wull be cherushed by every graduate How long ago that Sep tember mornung on whuch we began our hugh school career seems' As the new lroquous Central buses stopped, one by one outsude the maun entrance each of us somehow became a part of the general atmosphere of prude and excutement that filled the symmetrucal, mod ern buuldung that was to become our Alma Mater The gymnasuum area was stull a scene of workmen busuly completung last munute prepa ratuons for the students Although thungs seemed to be un a state of chaos af flrst, the enture student body, whuch has sunce grown beyond what anyone then umaguned, managed to crowd unto the cafeterua for Coach Latumer s flrst pep assembly Our campus was Iuttle more than mud and rocks, and our football field wasnt quute ready yet all of thus gave burth to the lroquous spurut whuch has grown wuth the school Through ut we have buult an outstand ung tradutuon of fine sportsmanshup, a hugh qualuty of scholarshup and noteworthy achueve ment un an amazungly short tume The weeks became months as the year progressed From varued school backgrounds,we John Jandzunsku Although we no doubt over estumated our umportance, our class had become a part of lroquous Central Hugh whuch would uphold the tradutuons establushed by those among the flrst graduatung class Our sophomore year brought wuth ut many enturely new aspects of school lufe as well as opportunutues and responsubulutues We began our second year, wuth these class offucers John Jandzunsku Donna Clark, Debbue Armutage and Bull Doster For some, thus year meant membershup on the constututuonal commuttee of the new Student Councul For others ut meant membershup un the newly formed clubs The bug event of the year for us was the Record Rock our first class dance, whuch began a tradutuon of most successful record dances Shorty afterwards some were honored to be un the cast of The Moon Hangs Low , an operetta, wrutten and durected by our own Mr Eaton and Mr Norberg Thus year also brought wuth ut, the Natuonal Honor Socuety, whuch served as a goal for some of us What fond memorues we wull carry wuth us of our second year' Through the past two years, each of us had unduvudually gauned experuence and had developed specual unterests that would aud us un the role we were to play un our most umportant hugh school years whuch now followed 42 O I ' I . I . . I ' , I I I . . . . . . . . I . . .. . . . ,, . . . . . , ' I . became one class, and elected as our flrst class officers: Jeff McCutcheon, Lee Tierce,and I I I I ' . . . ,. ,.- . . . - .. .. I History of Class of 1959 As we progressed a step further toward graduation our shore of obligations problems and privileges became proportionally large Our first bug 'ob was to choose candidates for Student Council officers After experiencing our first campaign, we settled down to electnng officers of our own class John Jandzlnskn Bonnie Matchulet, Debbie Armitage and Jnm Wallace Although no one quite reallzed lt this year would be a continuous succession of events for both our class as a whole, and for many of its lndlvudual members Before we knew it try outs for the Jumor Play began Unexpected events can happen however, and the fiu epidemic curtailed school activities for a while But we recovered and All in the Family became a reality Not long after the Christmas holidays several members of the Jumor Class established a school newspaper The Chleftaln Presently we found ourselves busily preparing for another class dance Some of the more outstandmg members of our class were chosen as delegates to the Model U N and the Syracuse Con ference Perhaps more outstanding than any other event of the year was the fact that we were the first class to take part un the American Field Service program Suspense filled the auditorium as Mr Corser collected the ballots of those from whom an exchange student would be selected Fmally the news came Janet Underwood prepared to leave for a summer In Germany With a feeling of accomplishment and perhaps superiority we began our final year at Iroquois This was to be the most eventful and Important phase of our hugh school careers Our new class officers were Bull Doster, Lee Tlerce, Jan Codd, and Jem Wallace and also plunged into Student Council electrons Under the president, Duck Krane, the Council assumed a more vntal role nn school affairs Just as Jan Underwood had spent a memorable summer an Europe we now were privileged to have as our exchange student, Leif Blom qulst, from Flnland Later In the year, he was lomed by Dellke Kegel of Germany As the holidays approached we enloyed a Christmas operetta, The Stmgnest Man nn Town We also planned a dance wnth the theme, Blue Christmas The yule season passed, and the more serious business of midterm exams began After fineshmg the voluminous term papers, we looked forward to the hugh point of all class dances the Jumor Sensor Prom While Commencement brought forth a note of reluctances, It became not an end, but a beginning of an ever widening future During our four years, we bunlt a foundation of knowledge enloyable memories and some rather intangible possessions that we shall carry unto thus ever changing world 43 0 I 1 5 I ' I I ' ' I u 11 . . . . . . . - 1 - 1 ' I - f I I I . . . . H . . - 11 1 1 Senior J,1.i.Li .x i H 'TS rrp' J T 44 Snaps X? wk 4.10 4 W' Wx v 1 .Af P Snaps X X XX 47 'fc D 4,.--- M it ki ..,ovno-- C006 vu we in , L Classes "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." -Bible CLASSES 4 wa 4,-, 441 Rowl I McCormack P Montague J Slade M Radder K Shank R Matthews J Wosowlcz S Putt K Wheeler C Row 3 D Mvchalslu R Kmgsley R Kane T Jones S Bush C La Placc K Muller J Reuther M Tuck F Stouber P Row 5 R Bnerl E Gull E Donohue J Frank B Lathmore l. Knschan R Kamlnskl W Knell B Llscher D lord E Burckhalter Row 7 N Burke S Moser L Farrington R Knufh P Lane V 1 LV' I I A . , . 'Q " f K Class .1515 ' , Row'l J Szulewsku M Muchalskl J Phllnps Row 2 J Puccr S Schattner J Stradtman Row3 J Wesolowsku S Ofthcus D Tober Row 4 J Best G Blclr R Bardol Row 5 H Holmes K Berner H Moffat Row 6 L Malchszak T Klrszenstem D Bender Row 7 T Jones P Huebsch C Conley ,Ia 1 i sf, Q, Q, Row 2 Rudder Row 4 Stevens Row 6 W Lls 50 M M, 1960 L 1 .lf . M, .J hgh 'JJMJV ll' r by Ply lf L. flu, ' lf full 1 XJ' Row I: J. Miller, E. Pfltzinger. Row 2: J. Von Housen, D. Wells, N. Rlckerf. Row 3: S. Thurston, J. Zydel, M. Naffrass. Row 4: L. Tierce, K. Griffilh. Row 5: R. Hickey, A. Becker. Row 6: D. Baker, G. Miller. Row 7: G. Metzger, R. Jerome, J. McMahon. 1 qM""w""pA, r' .V V141 14" Q J-W' f fjxf' xfb rdfffw H 'S .1 DW J W Rowl L Campbell J Ensenhauer D Dabb B Colm J Hayden Row 2 S Dabb E Bove J Newton M Rleman E Pentz D Wheeler Row 3 K Arnholi S Hememan B Leasure R Robmson L Samer J Wolf Row 5 L Hanley S Prnor M Barr D Roth D Taber A Wmther Row 6 B Boller T Kozak E Wnlkolasku R Schulze V Yount Row 7 J Conrad M Creps B Sarafa M Vuk son N Prrce D Thomas 1 X. IJ. Y 'I' . bl, ,L J TQ? 'Aff' 4 f 'K A VA! il I 1- Y 1- jf " u I l ll I .. I I , D 1 , I I ' . 1 . 1 ' - 1' r .. ' ' :Q Q ' NL . Qu: I f X O A ff I - v . I I X ,f ' ,ll I 1 . gg I f 1 fi Y: .V . 4 fv " V Q , 6 B l CE ' 'VA l as P' Ai K I ' A ' A f , ' ff f f 4 1 M I K P, Jr, F J , .. A xg ,Lf 'J J' 1 ' 1. .J X f i If fu .T - Lf. . 1' n , ' ' X? ,.1 , ' I 'J 3' 'fgf l ' " I 4 it 1 ! 7' . f' X ' l' V cf Q X ' ' f' ' -F: '. rv . -- 'S . - - ' Q f . . , . , . , . , . . ' ,If 4 . : . , . , . , . ' , . , . V . : . , . ' , . , . ' , N R. Roth, R. Willard. Row 4: M. Bork, K. James, W. Aldrich, T. Schaub, X I 0 A , . . : . , . , . , . - ' : l , X JL A! ', . - . X is ' if -'Lf' I V 'Q , I S L is A 1,1 I . ' ' 1 ' a,.o'..'. " ks Vx Y G jf! ' -f :.1 1-f 'a , J., , ' 4' wf,,,.. -' 'ff Z7 - f L, ic rr W.-Mr-, mf.. A - 4 Y .. . I ,vt 'J f 1 1 Cy? " Q ' .X.Q hxx-xr V ULU cf, I I , x -J X, -415 Q - . Xcqg f- ?,K4i N 'X-?CJ A J., 1 I oy, M ,2-4 I F ff Russell Row I S Renkate S Ludwng L Stler S Ludwlg Row 2 R Young J Blmston E Felske A Ryszka L Kohler D Graham Row 3 P Salusbury M Goller V Kay C Kirsch L Yacobush L DuMouIm N Lattumore Row4 A Day R Dunn R Fasolmo H Wagner D Reid E Ofthaus Row 5 S Zlezuula F Maltble D Saebert D Newell H Fnntak D Codd Row6 S Larkm H Bauder B Phllllps J Moffett R Burke R Maze R Flllpskl Row7 J Clabeaux R Buckblnder M Brldgman F Wallace B Schmudt T Bender J Decker 52 Class of Row'l P Kloc C White D Leasure K Smlth T Holzborn Row 2 P Fagan A Briggs M Corning J Barr S Berngan B Best Row 3 D Wooster M Fleld A Ackerman R Lauzze D MacDonald D Dobbms Row 4 M Rleman N Frye A Whltbeck T Maclverl Ward R Rozeskn Row 5 P Boyd C Weber K Turnqunst D Belter P Meyers J Rademacher R Flnck Row 6 N Tyler J Handy F Heltman R Balcerzak D Claycomb R Hollowood Row 7 D Prusk: D Underwood P Roberts G Bennet J Kurtz S Hopkins R 4 - ,A .. ,. ,. ,. ,. . : Y . ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . 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C :. ,. ,. ,. . .. 1 ' - 4. . ,. ,. ,. ,. . .. . . :. ,. ,. ,. ,- . . . :. ,. ,. 1- 1- , ,. . :. ,. ,. ,- I .,. ,. . :. ,- I . ,. ,. ,. ,- - if K 1961 Rowl B Pearce B Ruteckl R Duell Row 2 D Offhaus M Ves per S Schoemaker L Schreglman Row 3 J Smlfh J Hossenlopp P DUHII1 M Van Snckle Row4 M Morvlz K Donohue H Gee K Abrams Row 5 S Oslolskl A Luders G Henderson J lllzg Row6 G Schetller E Fnsch D Lathrop J Grey G Wedemeyer Row7 Row I S Bartlett D Lucie M Wlmmer Row 2 D Clark M Plwko J Morrls D Maleclu Row 3 J Melzler J Offhaus J Perrin P Buffum Row4 M Sauka K Cryan R Reed S Chapman Row 5 A Burckhalter D Wantrlch P Campbell D Hmlerberger D Maurer Row 6 R Groff P Teson R Robinson R Slmme Row 7 R Hull J Hull A Flalg R Zlelmskl H Schoenihal F Duell 53 M-W1 Rowl C Dabb D Guard F Duermeyer M Dabb D Doiber R Drushler A Drushler M Gelb R E Donohue S Darbee Row 2 J Hudson R Kane A Leasure S Kozak E Lmdholm V Lane M Loefsredf B Harvey R Krane Row 3 T Lnnk D Hickey F Hnnckley E Hazard G Janosz L Johnson L Hausauer K Hausauer T Lewmskl Row4 B Long A Harblson E Heldel N Hau sauer S Kalback P Lodunsky D Johnson N Koesier L Hager Class of 1962 Row 'I P Barioo C Conley D Barfoo J Beudler L Coifon G Bauder D Glownla A Bright Row 2 R Benzln G Bmgham B Busch P Byrnes D Boli M Gawron D Brookman C Buchbnnder E Berg Row 3 R Dnllunger R BuFfum L Corah R Byrnes R Ackerman C Behner S Blood M Carson R Fnlupowucz Row 4 G Beack G Dunn G Gasz M Chapman D Dickens D Chap man B Futzpafrlck K Goehle T Gilbert 54 N K 1- 1. 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- ',-- 1- . 1 . ,. ,. ,. ,.' ,. , . ,. ,. . :.',.' ,. 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Row I G Van Hooser F Wingate R Vallone D Tolsma J Wysockl D Vesper S Van Lew J ZIelInSkI Row 2 M Ockler E We ls J Valentme J Post M Muslol J Offhau L Porkenson S McCormack L Metzger C Nle Row 3 L Zimmerman J Moffat R Penn S Pcwllckl J Nledzwueckl R Muller C Puls P Perrm T Murzynsku R Pucci Row 4 K McDonald D Maleckl G Mone smlth R Petrell P Molovlch B Maday B Offhaus R Phlllaps R Mocny D Muller Class of 1962 Row1 J Ruduch K Selbold J Rozeskl K Thomas S Standard J Van Housen A Welsh T Van Snckle K Whatbeck Row 2 J Selleman R Wheeler F Woods C Parke ' Zimmerman M Schaefer S Schunk K Splwak G Wheeler Row 3 E Smith L Swlerskl M Wascelewskl L Rupp T Szulewskl J Wontuck J Schulenberg A Rusert J Scheufla M Rudlch Row 4 E Reimer M Stolber F Streaf R Snyder J Stroke C Spruce R Youngman J Wlllnamson T Schrader R Relnnogel Row 5 D Schnllmg D Schmdler D Swartz R Salusbury R Zlznulo J Schefiler E Rackert H Well C Walker J Schroeder 55 fn' Lal-. X I-J J 1 kts! Y, ,. iw ,,. x. .J ,nf .,,1.x .. . j..,h N d., 1-K' :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. l,. ,. ,. ,. s,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. , - 1- 1- 1- 1-1- 1- 1- - lr 1- 1' ' ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,-. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . Rowl N Pefrnlle J Knrsch M Jasel D Reller D Jones J James K Boller A Cook Row 2 K Puccu S Nncpon C Russel G Mausfeller F Handy A Streuf J Mann J Blmston C Sally Row 3 D Hull L Thorpe J Schenfla D Wrobel D Bove M Dabb J Hull C Blum Row 4 M Hudson S Eurbln G Foss S Barber L Schendler N Blpperl S Goller B Price D Sherman Class of 1963 Rowl R Brookman D Hayden M Reufher E Pentz C Wadell R Jandzlnskl J Malchule! P Roode L Brown Row 2 F Welzel J Burnes D Jones O Berry R Reed V Ball B Byrnes R Koehler M Underwood Row 3 M Heller S Schasel S Fox A Hauber C Stevens L Starr G Januale G Knrszenstenn S Kyser Row 4 D Newell F Boldt R Welss D Krzyzan T Wlnfher B Smuth J Ferner M Abnzsch L Adams 56 -- 1- 1. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. 1- ,- 1- ,. ,. . :.,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , .,.. .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . Y I.: V J fa VAJ Nlk A .. . 5-.,, .. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . .. , . . ,. ,. ,. ,.,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,.,. , . ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. , , . ,. ,. . Row I T Choole J Cyrullk M Lehman N Glowko R Hoefl T Hopkins D Theal B Tucker C Read Row 2 K Mlcholskl G Offhaus N Snyder S Henderson S Griffin K Dabb W Robinson S Kollarskl l Vlnes J Moritz Row 3 D Domon E Tober S Ellison L Bove D Boland D Petnlle C Schroeder Row 4 L Hun! C Krlschan T Well J Clark B Mlllel L Tolsmo E Conley A Lls Class of 1963 zynskl B Tober S Renmer M Donohue I Marks C Moore S Schreglman T Ward Row 3 P Hmckley R Wheeler P Rudnck D Bundy L Bnggs P Meyers M Maxon D Hemtz N Neldng Row 4 J Schlllmg C Remard C Handy B Best R Klngsley G Kepharf D Cook M Szwaczkowsku J Offhaus F Muley 57 : . , . ' , . , . , . , . ' , . , . , . ' . : . ' ', , . , . , . ' ' , . , . ' , . ', . ' , . ' . : . , . , ' , . , . , . ' , . , : . , . ' , . ', . , . ' , . , . Row 1: G. Zee, V. Rice, K. Musiol, P. Offhaus, J. Ekrofh, P. Orr, J. Straub, A. McMahon, J. Zielinski. Row 2: R. Paddock, D. Mur- ', . , . ' , . , . , . , . , . . : . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . , . ' , . ' ' . : . ' ' , . ' , . , . , . ' , . , . , . ', . , . ' . Row 'I D Hausauer G Bennett R Buckblnder R Harvey J Knrsch P Schaeffer G Kohl B Schattner M Campbell M Blum C Goodemole Row 2 M Foley R Mafthewson R Radder B Drummond C Realy E Schnlhng M Mlley F Hayden M ODonnell J Tomaszewslu R Moflelt Row 3 L Tschofen R Wadsworth D Flang C Renchert B Wolf? J Theal L Chase N Radder E Pruskl Row 4 W Sleberf N Lns R Johnson T DuMoulm J Walker M Rupp J Brocklehursf E Glbbs R Goller Class of 1964 Row! N Nye S Kelly L Gnlberf R Raldmae S Bradley J Baver J Glowma N Harlloff R Munn J Ogden Row 2 M C Briggs P Bussman F Dylfmer B Wlndahl M Moms R Barclay D Bradford Row 4 B Rleman T Thursion J Kesson D For rlngfon J Clark L Berner P Davues L Wallace M Dabb B Koch M Dzullka X'-ul 58 Bodekor, N. Kerling, M. Edwards, G, Hubbs, B, Eagle, G. Ludwig, L. Conley, E. Jones, J. kvNill, L. Knell. Row 3: R. Hausauer, K. Koch - .. A1 I 0 V ' 1 . . 1 , ' R l ' K 1 I' 1 mei P Llppman A Schrader D Hull J Donehue A Morrison T Bennett B Praczkallo C Porter E Schoenthal Row 3 J Piwko M Valentine L Grey L Gertus S Willard K Althoff J Vallone M Timonen C Matthews A Shank K Baker Row 4 A Frantz J Jukubowskl R Smith D Ganas K Pettapnece R Balcerzak J Stachelskl P Bos G Prior J Woodard Class of 1964 Rowl D Kraft A Berry D Wagner D Clark K Rusert D Flick J Merriman C Knarr B Hollowood Row 2 J Wesolowski W Wheeler R Martin L Ertel I Hinterberger E Griffin R Harrington J Jednat D Splnk R Reimer Row 3 R Van Lew B Michalskl J Salisbury D Dickens J Vinton S Wells L Barr C Malach C Pepper S Craig M Blinston Row 4 E Kaczmarek N Bodekor W Fmtak D Weis W Relnard B Swartz J Duermeyer J Hamp J Frey l 5 9 .- 1. .L M 5 Q. A I .. . , X - 4. , -. - A , "I V MJ . , , .. . f L.. 15" Q... ' 7 .., , 0, , ' i 1 A . , ' 1 , L 'ix 4 f . l ' M N: i Row l: T. Starr, M. Kephart, W. Lewis, R. McKean, S. Franklin, J. Harvison, K. Williamson, R. Hargarve, S. Leasure. Row 2: F. Miller, . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . ' , . , . . : . ' , . I , . , . A , . V , . , . , . b , . , . , . . I . , -1 - I 1 - 1 - L i - 1 - if - 1 - D I ' ' : . , . , . , . , . , . ' , . ' , . , . . : . ', . , . ', . , . ' , . ' ', . ' , . , . ' , . ' . : . , . ' ', . ' , . ' , . ' , . , . , . , . , . ' , . ' . : . , . , . ' , . ' , . ' , . , . , . , . . 1 , I Class Cfficers ' lf' Bull Dosler Janet Codd Lee Tlerce Jlm Wallace .9 'Q ,V l . ' . , if .1 N-J f I' ,I dual .lock Frank Ken Berner Ed Donohue Joanne Szulewsku if Linda Yocabush Terry Holzborn Bob Balzerzak John R P f IIS Moffett on e re andy Van Lew Lorry Melzger Carol Conley K' , a 1 .Q ,yy j f" J '13 , I Q , if , 4 1 , X! K ex i !' , If V' f Q' A , In I Y 7,55 " . fl'w.r fy -:if ' lf . V sl A A' ' 1 QT' ,ll R f V x V I ' l 'r x , f "A 'X V 60 Day AT School f"'E' A ci. 61 A iv M 7,53 T .xii Mfzv wifi? :xg'u ir 1 V S 4 MW' 4 L ' 9? Q ' V-Q nw Vldlw B g 5 , V - NM 4 f 1- Q Q' gg 1 . W- - 'H'-f 4 :M Eg Pr 4. ' -vs Q O .5 ,fy fig if 1, sg A Qt Q 9' I 1 J 1 ,A is V. A 6 a . k K, ,131 . v sb wwmwa ! Q , ,S M, n..-..nauv-- A - 1 I , ' -' .. , -1-- RQQUOIAN ,Q 5. - ' A I g K. ,r 1 fi Q if ilftiu ' K " " 1 'EQ A ' ' 3 K 1 5 , ... f ig, I - ' sm 1' V 1 ' - .ra i T' f f :Km ' 0 Q is ' , 'ft V ' I xx 'V . . - x ui if is ,V , . 17 Q , Q . Q C, '1 3 L',1"""5' " M E -'I' all lv' - ...- W . 1, 4 J ,,. f ' ,Q"r1 ' "" 4' ' r - ' h 'F' qw '-f , M V' , -f: ,-an-dl Q ' ' . , , .nv ' , oi I " 1 iff. J U . Sha' ' we ' .. A Mingle your cores with your pleasures now ond then. -Cato I i I, ' -l'm"l. 'KW ACTIVITIES Student Councll ,au- sh. l 'lp lf- lH,.,,,n'A WV7-10' !'l 4-. N Q xg ly. tl, 9 Q -X 1 Z K "Ls R 1 ., A 1, I, I New '15!5L",',lq c iss if f I-L l TYR R ,Lin f A , -Rikuqsgxg 1 7 lr 'G At the onset of nts thlrd year as an offlclal representahve body the Councnl dlstrlbuted school handbooks to all students OTTICSFS and delegates, havmg been elected In early autumn, took charge of responslbllltnes and gained the support of the students Establtshlng Itself as the hub of school lute, ut assumed control of the soclal calendar The Forelgn Exchange Student Program has been successfully continued Councnl members have provlded servlces for thenr fellow students an the dnstnbutuon of the Chleftuln, and In keep mg the student body well mformed concern mg the Councll actuvltles In addltlon, Councll sponsored dances and other worthwhnle protects were undertaken The alm of the Council ns a better school, wnth more opportumtnes for student partncn patron In school affairs Thus, nn movmg toward nts goal, the Student Councnl provldes leadershup and cntlzenshlp preparateon for Iroquols students Red Cross ilzhndu l 1 'W 65 -5, IIC Tlllll The bookstore staff, photography club, secretarial practice class, pro- iection staff, and library staff all perform many helpful services for both students and teachers. The stu- dents who participate in these serv- ices are also learning while they are providing valuable assistance. 'Sf MVB-5' Em Wim Yearbook 1 1 Typing Stuff Busmess Staff Luterary Staff 9.-Q Photography SMH, Ari Staff, Layout SlufF 68 Chieftain MM HHH Hl'!LIB'Hl!l!!iE i!R'!H!fW!Yfl1!1 Ml 4 Ediior' lsf H 69 Senior Chorus Nlnfh Grade Chorus 03 Q foopnox x -J 70 Q " '.f V if ' V ' . ' 3 A: S ' 1 ' 5 ?"f' 9ff Wg olr rio A A A, i?N 'w, , 2, , ,5 1 . IIA NA., V I I 'Six rv! ,xrlv 1 'Lf 4 M X , ' 45.1 N, 3 1 Aww wish I 4 I if ,W 2' I 5' J ' f 1 J ., Senior Chorus j Eighth Grade Chorus 6 gebgoe g Q 9 Q Q05 99f'5Q0q 71 'i-'fr , Ll, -4 I 1- 1 'off ,P hy ,.- 4 ' "Q" N- L' fy? " "T rm if 'X , g '- ' ' rf " Q! ,, J' ' W , 'Af' , -!- ' I 9 ,I I . ' -Q o , .. A Q ...J - 1 ,f . N 4' ' N kr Y f' A A , A . ' 'Q - '-u V ' - ' , " . i . 'Q I ,G if-ik, A FQ, '-.4 9. fl K5 -- . u . f f 1 " I r I - ' , ' 1 1 'I Senior Band 6-G0fX 5 C' SQ' Junior Hugh Band 9 GF 9 9999 QQ 9 72 XX I -,xl U1 V Senior Band 'Yiwu xxi W af. QQQUO i suv? Dance Band 73 Orchestra 7th Grade Chorus 5 Hwang, oe che 9 30825 955950663 7 53, r h ' 323' ww TI Q rif ig 1, W 1 Y 4 ' , Ab i . ' 7' 5 9 QL ta' Q B 424 -Y LQ E ,I 1 U N gm Q . K .f Q f -K! Q' Y 'Y v Y v. 1 1 4 Chess Club XHHQW nu? Model Airplane 75 MH Fu'rure Homemakers of America I-J Future Farmers of America ,JW 76 If ' , ' - I " f 1 v' ' 4 -1+ 1 1 f -il I ' f .- 4, 5 - f A rv lf I K 3 ' i x . , . i J - n U " .3 . . N Q 4 A lf , X 6 " ' L 1 F11 A 3 . I K , fig ., F 1 I X ' 'QA x Q . . , , W, ,A f -., ,L O X F, A ... I' Q A I 0' rl-1, ' ' s I 7 5 1 'Y , if Q ,F 'Y I, ' v' K ' 1 D I9 NL :jg N A - 3 5, , M 3 53'311.423-fiif.szgtiizg 4 ,F W -v :rf-'V N". xv '. V7 'A W' "fly , va .wif were J T' 4- ,' ""'4" L. - 'j f W N1- 51-, u rye j rf :L - ie- .tQ' N. H f' A W IN' .b . sq, V , A :J - I I ai ' V , 1 A A gf . g 'f I Q. 'x V , Q In 0 5 Q - . it .. K Q V 4 N JV, Q ' l 'L , , . 4 Z - "'..- ,I A ,. ,Q 'fr' " , - , ff-7' 'T Baton Twirlers I' 0: I Sports "A sound mind in ca sound body." -Juvenol PORT ggaeie Sf-25 b 9' 16' 'fvivgxfl y Football The 1958 football team opened nts season with the defeat of the perenmal Dlvlslon lll champnon Sprlngvulle by the score of 12 6 Jeff McCutcheons pass to Lee Tlerce In the closing seconds clinched the game whlch was to amount to the years most excntnng and also the first defeat of Sprmgvulle by the varsnty Alden was our second vlctlm Thus game was Jnm Kotlarskn day as Jnm romped for all 3 touchdowns ln the 21 O victory Over confidence was the most logncal explanatuon for our loss to Eden In the seasons thlrd game An intercepted pass which went for 102 yards amounted to the touchdown needed for our defeat An unusual event occurred nn our 13-12 vnctory over Clarence. A guard, Bob Balcerzak scored both touch- .l V Football downs and shone on defense A 13 13 he occurred In our game with Sloan whlch would have decaded the league championship West Seneca of Dlvlslon I was the next an vader of the Battleground and handed us a I4 9 defeat A four team platoon system was used In the final game of the season a 26 6 defeat of Cheektowaga Thus year as rn the past our boys also receuved awards ol? the field .hm Wallace and Jlm Kotlarskl were named co captains of thas years lumor dommated team End Ron Frantz and half back Kotlatskn receuved nomlnatlons to local all star teams flttmg rewards for four years of hard work by the boys Cross Country 'K X5 N The lroquons Central Cross Country team completed a successful season under Coach McCready wlth a fTnal record of three wrns and three losses Wlth fifteen boys on the team ready to work they won their first meet of the season agarnst Lake Shore and won their second meet wlth Maryvale The team lost to Sprnngvllle but came back hard to beat East Aurora In the next meet The team lost to Eden and then to Lancaster Thus ended the mdrvadual meets The team traveled to East Aurora for the East Aurora lnvltatlonal Meet where Jack Sprwak placed fourteenth out of 250 boys The team placed thrrteenth out of twenty five schools partrcrpatrng The last meet of the season was the Sectional Meet held at Eden where the team took a thrrd place Jack Spnwak flmshed second In the meet and receuved the New York State Shueld Caslmer Pruskr took a fourteenth place Electrons were held Jack Sprwak was elected captam and Caslmer Pruskl was elected co captarn Three sensors Lenf Blumquust our foreugn exchange student from Frnland Cast mer Pruskn and Jack Sprwak wall be mlssed on next years team But Tom Schaub Bob Hrckey Ed Donahue Tom Jones Dave Bender Jumors Ron Zrelmskr Al Ackerman Soph omores and Lorenz Johnson Mrke Ockler Chrns Russert Glen Monesmrth Clrff Stroke Elmer Lnnhome Freshmen helped bnng about a successful season A great deal of credrt ml st be given to Coach McCready for thus record 82 .74 H ,. f ,Q fx N 5 - V iw ' 1- T' ... ,, l el , x 'Tx f' 'N 5 ph Q 2 , l ' . . 5 -P 2 2 ft I X FT -in E ff' E"?'s X - xt 3 3- l f , ,L ,X ,A lg 'xii' x - l or in I -.j 'ash N N , ,V 'S ' I . . 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I i . . . i . . l Bowlung The newest team added to the lroquous athletic roster us the bowlung team Under the able leadershup of Mr Saul the boys went unto Duvusuon ll competutuon, wuth the season already two weeks advanced The first match went to host Lancaster 3 O followed by three consecutive losses to Sprungvulle Sloan and Clarence However the boys never lost their spurut and finally fate smuled upon them wuth a 2 l wun over Cheektowaga In the next match Bull Doster led the boys wuth a 174 and a pun smashung 200 to help them down Depew 2 l But the taste of vuctory dud not lunger long for our neughbors from East Aurora took two close matches 2 l 2 l Thus match was followed by the second match against Sprungvulle ln that match .lack Jandzunsku Len Maudsak Duck Roth Bull Krantz Bull Doster Jerry Mathis and Denny Roth all turned un a good performance to set the team s hugh total at i490 puns for two games However thus total was not good and the boys agaun bowed to Sprungvulle At the tume the yearbook went to press the leaguers had sux matches to go wuth the next one agaunst league Ieadung Lancaster. Although the boys are now un last place un the league they are determined to come up out of the cellar. The loss of seniors Bill Doster .lack Jandzinski and Bill Krantz will surely have some effect on next years team but we feel that with the whole nation in a bowling craze and with Iroquois also becoming bowling conscious our bowling team is here to stay and to win. 83 Varsity Basketball When the One Great Scorer comes to write against your name He marks not that you won or lost but how you played the game Grantland Rice The Iroquois Chiefs under the most capable direction of Coach Edwin Stohrer were pitted against rugged competition in this year s season With the many close games both scored heavily in hard fought contention among the leaders vying for the Division cham pionship Among those seniors whose outstanding records have made them an intricate part of the team are Ron Frantz Jeff McCutcheon and Jim Kotlarski The team looks forward to Bob Hickey Ron Kaminskn and Shelly Busch to be worthy successors to these graduates 84 . . I . . . I those won and lost, came experience, sportsmanship, and well-spent effort. The team I I . .- . I . .I U Junior Varsity Basketball 85 Wrestling lf hoquon hoquow hoquow hoquow hoquom hoquow Iroquors lroquous Attica Lancaster Depew Attrca Alden Maryvale La ke Shore Arcade Depew tl? -3' 5 I 3 V . 38 . 5 ,r 5 ' 36 A ' 52 ' 29 ' by ' 42 ' 25 Iroquois 27 ' 35 ' 32 As the l959 lroquouan went to press there was no doubt that we had a very successful wrestlmg team All the boys gave thelr heart as well as their talent for the team Srx boys remamed undefeated as of February I9 l959 they were Robert Cursons Harvey Scho enthal Art Foss Rlchard Krane Robert Balcerzak and James Wallace The encouragement of the Co Captams Duck Krane and Jam Wallace can certamly be seen rn the team scores ln the three years that the team has been coached so ably by Mr Foster they have had 42 vlctorles and 3 losses There can be no doubt In the mmds of everyone at lroquors that thus IS an achnevement whuch the team can be proud of 86 Swlmmmg -ug lroquols Lancaster Iroquons Sweer Home Iroquous Depew Iroquois Maryvale Iroquois Clarence Iroquois Lancaster Iroquois East Aurora Iroquois Sweet Home lroquols 52 Depew 34 lroquons 48 Akron 38 The chlefs have broken every school record this year except the 75 yard, lndnvndual Medley whuch has been replaced by the l5O yard lndlvudual Medley Our meet with host Clarence proved to be an excltmg one, the Chiefs had the lroquols splrlt but lost the meet 44 42 That afternoon, Joe Ockler set a new school record for dnvmg by gannmg I49 pomts lnvadmg East Aurora, wuth much strength, proved too much for the Chnefs In front of a capaclty crowd as they notched a 55 3l wm That mght, Ralph Slmme, our IOO yard Breaststroker, set a new school and Dnvusuon ll record of I I5 5 seconds Our aquatic aces In a thnllmg non league meet with Akron downed them 48 38. On February I7, edu tlon tlme for the yearbook, the Chiefs were movlng along nn second place In thenr dlvlsnon, a fine record for thas year's competltlon Our Jumor Varsity team so far IS undefeated Coach Latnmer wnll lose from these sensors J Ockler, L Tlerce, and J McCormlck, but will stlll have an expernenced team whach should be even better than thus year's. 87 ' ,Tl 2 1,2 . E, .I ,A M ,... , ..--, , ,,-, 2 ,.- I' I - ee' . . . - g - ' 1 ' I . 1 Q e L . sr I - 44 42 It I ' 72 I4 ' 56 29 ' 42 44 ' 44 42 ' 48 38 - f ' , ' 31 55 1 Q ' 56 so 4 ' Iroquois Daddios Iroquois Daddios We dig you the most Cause you're the tops From coast to coast You've got the pep You've got the power So come on kids Stand up and holler Red and White Come on Red Come on White Come on Iroquois Fight-Fight-Fight Get Together Go team Go Score team Score Fight together Win together More-More-More lb ff 4-f' It 1- ' BQ' zy- M f , it rslty Cheerleaders K f ff Maj Qi XP Junlr Cheed Among the most Important factors In a successful team beyond exceptnonal sn sportsmanshnp and team work ns good school spnrnt Credit IS mdeed In order for those cheerleaders who have actively pro moted thus lntncate factor 89 Flght .IV s Flght JV s Flght Fight JV s Flght Fight JV s Fught JV s Fight team fight The Yell 2 bits 4 buts 6 buts a dollar all for Iroquois Stand up and holler Field Hockey Girls Basketball J 90 .au I 'C Aquatic Club f 1 X -4 1 I . Ag, Q vflmgx Lwut-Y' Lg, 42.05412 j.44.Aj IAQ , 1' Aquahc Club Cfflcers V131 ""LUl?1T' I K ce 91 Sports Snaps - 4' fW ...ir--r,,,. is-Q, 92 lor Hugh Red Cros Girls Sports 93 Jumor Play The Jumor Class under the dlrectlon of M Norberg presented the play Dlno nn November Dlno told the story of o boy who duscovered what he wanted to do wlth has Infe The ploy was very ccpcbly presented ond en loyed by everyone 94 Wy effe X-pywy There can be no doubt that The Stingiest Man in Town presented by the Music De- partment in December is one of the finest productions that has appeared at Iroquois. Under the direction of Mr. Eaton and Mr. Norberg, this operetta was a perfect climax to our Christmas season at school. Operetta 95 Adams and Klehm, lnc. . Aurora Electric Company Aurora Sporting Goods A Friend Bell's Food Markets Briggs Dairy Bar Mr. and Mrs. Roger Claxton Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coeps Corning's Delicatessen Russell Corser Cy s Pharmacy Elma Elementary P T A Fitzgeralds Laundry 8. Cleaning Co Leland J Foss Wales Center Charles Goehle Hill s News Stand Helen Mary Farm Dairy Iroquois Central Bookstore Kent and Roat Max Kadet Patrons Leland J. Kelver, Qual. Mts and Groc. LaPlaca Mobile Feed Larwoods' Pharmacy Loblaws Inc. Macaluso's Service Station McCutcheon's Market Mileham's Pharmacy Superior Radio 8- Electronics Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Samulski Tackbary's Furniture Toner s Radio and Television Vldlers 5 8. l0c Woods Gulf Service Mr and Mrs John Youngers Mr A W Fargo Hon Robert C Sanborn Berry s General Store A Friend Mr and Mrs Leofsted Iroquois Faculty Association Th b k p t d by VELVATONE f h h V l thod , , . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . ' 7 . . . 1 . . is oo rin e , a speci 1 p ocess o lit o graphic printing.-Sole producers: Wm. J. Keller Inc., Bul'Talo, N. Y No ot er printing firm is authorized to use the t C me I 45. 1 x PRIN UPPLEMENT -. NK: 4 Wifi: x. Q ,,. x, X EE' . 'Q I lf , 4.N- " ,, A Track ,,,,i,,,gf'g.,i.-,j,g,i,12.31, gQ...,,3,M,Q.. 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' 0 s .yky , :- Although this year's track team was greatly hampered by the loss of last year's point-getting seniors, we still completed a successful season with a won 5 lost 3 record, and good showings in both the Alden invitationals and the Double A sectionals. Our first meeting was with our greatest rival, East Aurora. Our boys posted a very impressive 6OV2 to 48V2 victory, with Jeff McCutcheon setting a new school record of lO'9" in the pole vault. Next we had a triangular meet with Holland and Clarence and were again victorious, led by Jim Kotlarski's double victory in the lOO yard dash and broad iump. Although every boy on the Iroquois track team gave his best we were thoroughly walloped by a very strong Eden team. We gathered only one first place, Norm Price's win in the 880 yard run and a handful of seconds and thirds. An unusually inspired Springville team arrived at our school bent on one thing, victory, which they achieved. Our next meet with Alden was somewhat of a repeat of the meet with Eden. Our lone first place was a tie for first between Bob Balcerzak and Jeff McCutcheon in the pole vault. The Big Reds traveled to Sloan next and were almost upset, however, we beat them by only 6 points. Iroquois did receive one consola- tion for their poor showing, for Ron Frantz tied the 220 yard dash record, running it in 20 8flO seconds. At Hamburg in the Double A sectionals, our boys came in ninth in a field of fourteen teams, with only one first place by Ron Frantz in the Hop-Slip-and Jump. His iump set a new school record of 37'5". We also had three second place winners: Shelley Busch, Ron Frantz, and Jeff McCutcheon. Bill Krantz lumped the best he has all season but he still only got fourth place in the broad jump. ln spite of the loss of our more experienced men, credit must be given to Coach Foster for his great work this season. 2 Baseball This year's team, the third in Iroquois' history, compiled a won six and lost eight record in league com- petition. The team came up against league-leader Lancaster for Section VI-AA playoff and went down in defeat after a stiff resistance. Iroquois' first game this year was a smashing II-3 win over Eden. The team was indebted to Bucky Lischer's fine pitching and Bob Maze's four runs. The team, due to several decisive defensive errors, lost five straight to Sloan, Holland, North Collins, Sweet Home, and Alden. After a losing streak the team won their second game due to the pitching of Bucky Lischer and Eden's six errors. Iroquois unleashed its batting power in a merciless defeat of Cheektowaga I3-2. Art Foss and Ken Griffith led the hitting while Shelley Busch pitched a fine game. Iroquois lost the next two games to Holland and North Collins due to defensive errors. The next game Iroquois slashed back at Sweet Home defeating them 3-2. Iroquois lost the next game to Sloan, but quickly recovered, winning the next two games at Alden and Cheektowaga. At the end of the season the highest batting averages were: Jim Wallace, .357, Ken Griffith, .302, and John Jandzinski, .27O. Pitchers this year were Shelley Busch, Bucky Lischer, Tom Kirszenstein, Bob Hickey, and Jim Scheiha. Shelley Busch compiled a won four lost one record, and Bucky Lischer won two and lost three. The baseball team looks forward to a good season next year in Division ll. 3 Iroquois Antics . 6 Q-1-M111 The Antics were enioyed by all who attended as well as those who participated. Ev- eryone looks forward to this annual event for a fine eve- ning's entertainment. 4 Senior Fair wil :gk g f N X fxxxr M s X ' QQ ff' wi" ii may ,-XM The Senior Foir is on out- standing event which will long be remembered by oll who attended. The three snaps ot the top show some of the cc- tivities. K. L., F.F.A. Assembly A fashion show was presented by the Homemcking 4 ' Department. 5 Class Day Awards 1 ' iigilli lil: Z ' I M- - ini 53 3 . , f i . 1 l U 3 4 ,x 4 ? Il-.V-,fi 73' 2- ' ,r -nm-we I ,I 4, . N ,- li... f. .. W , A il r 5 as 3 ' 2L"' . ' tea ' '- fl? .V 'E 3' 'f ' ' l 4 , -. E if 'V as 122 lf iii i ig if Ex ,. s gig 'ei J 3 X I H 3 - , lf? 1 , in , R l V' ' ,, M A :fa 4 41 ' "gi-: if f s . 'A is 5 i ' q f s fi W 4 , h 5 ? ii 1 X 1' , E ss s , 3 vi, ,L In L9 4 KW: 1 1 , ' f' ff V . A . W .f 4 Q , .--C:f:.'1f:::r:s:4L1- f -V - '- frm' ' - as 0 "' , i ii , A ff-,s if , X as-.f.f.f:f:-:f I - fs -Q jg ss., is h f x 'A-:Q7.'3'L'.fT' l "'?Q?j:ja-Qiffg2::f,' :5gi:1f33,. 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Representatives, Syracuse Conference delegates. White Jacket Winners and Sweetheart of 1959. 1 i 'S' S -1-E' - -V' , , .1 I . .- 5 g ifi 11.1. SQ: 1" 3 l Y ' if' , .f - . ,yup-J' 4319 Qin r XM L fs' Y Q fif for Q Q5 M we ,I Junior High Awards: J. James, Amer. Legion Medalg E. Pruski, Elma Empire FUYFTIEYS- Businessmen's Essay Contest, and Jack Jandzinski, both awards. ' q 45 ' l 4 8, , r A. rrt , 57? " xlllllsls M I gl? f V , wit lk! farm Q M ' .1 r M.. ,..,i tr., f. 1 . fllll 4 ... 1, , Volleyball Team. 7 Honor Societies if X Mx fig A 8 ,s 8 Junior-Senior Prom I .,,,,. X -,e , lv! 'A -"Te, Zig 1 5' if --- Q -,VW-N nj "' V at - Q -f-- i. ,, ae: er -'- , 7.7 -11.11, .-.-- I '- ,f . - 0 v es - 1 ze. - . . 73,1 9 ' I i f I II , l Ii Ill Ill ill' 1 'FEE :in if R W I 71711 'ei l 111 - i U U F' 1 I Z7 'i F ?' Q Senior Aitendonts: Lee Tierce, Jane! Codd, King, Jim Koflarskig Queen, Debby Armitage, Junior Afiendcnfsz Sue Thurston, Bob Hickey Q 'S' - 1 ...af x fe x. r v , 1 1 The crowning of the queen, Debby Armitage, by Icsf J yecr's Junior otiendont Jim Wallace. The king and queen. 9 1 . Commencement X-ii 1 :nil -P9 The Clos of I 59 f Q e d g 1 es o Yoge siond the se ors e le The chorus singing one of its selections. I0 om Dosfer, president, comes down e aisle. Commencement 1 - . 5 -H--Mi ,f,. , mx , .,,i, 1... .ru . tk A 4 . The presentation T 2- f es we ., 3 nr . Mr. J. Howard Smith, president ofthe Board, presents a diploma to one of the graduates. The last time for the seniors to sta 'lv 4.1 of diplomas. Haig K . -r 2 . '42 as g . ' Dr. Charles C. Noble, Dean of Hendricks 7 Memorial Chapel at Syracuse University, L ,V the guest speaker. lil all i mm., A A l 3 i t X 4 5, H - l 1.1 , rem 4, 4, - M X 1 q ' ,w t f , 51, ., My M x . I, . F nd as a group in the auditorium. Mr. Smith accepts the class gift from Wil liam Doster, president- ll Editorial Staff Co-Editors: Karen Krischan Sharon Fellows Layout Editors: Janis Kirsch Bonnie Matchulat Art Editor: Joseph Ockler Business Manager: Sally Carlson Literary Editor: Robert Claxton Photography Editor: .losselyn Sanborn Treasurer: Sylvia Cook Typing Editor: Janet Friedhaber Advisors: Miss Karen Krull Mrs. Barbara Ord Additional Patrons David Clark Moog Servacontrol, Inc. I2


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