Moravia Central High School - Echoes Yearbook (Moravia, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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NAl'al2l.l.lQ RUDLI. 5'frjwr'1r1ff uh uf ffl! ,Sl I Hal 62. qv ADMIINHSTRATIIU I MR, HARRY Q, JONES lf'1z'e' l'r'inc'1jml nm! GVn!u'nz1z'f' Cofmfelw 'f I . A -N MRS. MARTHA A. GOUDXVIN If!FNll'71f1HJ' SllfIf'lI'l1fIlrQ Pn1m'i'1ml A C 'U LTY Left to right: Mrs. Marjorie Lacey, Hoinemal-cingg Mr. Charles Wfhite- man, Agricultureg Mrs. Evelyn Burlew, Lihrariang Mr. Thomas O'Tool, Industrial Arts and Me- chanical Drawingg Mrs. Ruth Ko- xvee, Voeal Musicg Mrs, Bernice Mather, Art and Mr. Blase Thurs- ton. lnstrumental Music. 'W 02117 Seated, left to right: Miss Ruth Doran, Businessg Mrs, Mildred Rickley, Mathematicsg Miss Freda Hall, junior High Mathematics: Miss Betty Parker, Health and Physical Education. Standing: Mr. Ted Fay, Health and Physical Ed- ucation, Football and Basehallg Mr. Lloyd Van Nest, Driver Edu- cation, Baskethall, and Elemen- tary Physical Educationg Mr. Hugh Kennedy, Senior High Scienceg Mr. john Hover, junior High Science. Cu- Seated, left to right: Miss Anne Cramer. Spanish. French and Musicg Mrs. Elsie Van Liew, jun- ior High Citizenship liducatioril Miss Eleanor Ramos, English. and Mrs. Eva Tylor, English and Latin. Standingi Miss Florence Ahhott, -lunior High lfnglishg Mr. Charles Lanks, Citizenship Educa- tion and Businessg Mr. Frederick Campbell, Citizenship Education, and Mrs. Helen Bancroft, Eng- lish. as H H LTH D EPA RTQVI ENT Left to right: Miss Elizabeth Fuller, Nurse-Teaclmcrg Mrs. Peggy Snwlak. Dental Hygienist Mrs. Mary Mulvaney. Nurse-Teacher. 'WMP sw-r ft, 1 x, 'T'fli1N U G R A P H E R S Seated, Helen Mahr. Standing, Bcrnicc Utter. ELIEM ENTARQY SCH UUL QA WETIERHA Left to right: Mrs. jones, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Shimer, Mrs. Snover. i if -- z M.. HH GH SCHUUL CA IFETERHA Left to right: Mrs. Mason, Managerg Mrs. Rmlce, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Gunsalus. z ,-' ll + r P-'5 if Q , LCUJQKE CAFEETIERIIA Left to right: Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Abbott. j 1 ' B 'Lf' DRHVEERS Left rn right: Mr, Perkins, Mr Ennis, Mr. Misncr, Mr. Snu vcr. Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Utter Mr. Pmvers, Mr, Ofunnc-ll Mr. Hess, Mr. Ruwc. Mr Bmvcn, Mr. Stnrrs, Mr. Burg ' M l'I' NI UN 'l nun, r, nngs. A r . Cl Mr Rinlmards, Mr. Dannan, Seated, left to right: jack XVil- kins, Marilyn Kehoe, Barbara VanArsdale, Ginny Baylor, Alice Kenyon. Darlene Green- nian, Head Typist. Standing: Fred Trapp, Charles Treat. Photography Editorg lfleanor XY'ard, Bill Freeman, Barhara Mooney, Literary Editorg Doris Bergenstoclq. Art Editor, Mary limperor, and Frankie Sini- mons. ll:CCHUll:f',S Seated, left to right: Geraldine Bell, Bud Hewitt, Advertising Editor, Linda Myers, Sales Manager, Joan Ryan, jeannen Warn. Standing: Bob Stevens, Shirley Willianms, Doris Lans- downe, Marilyn McKane and Meriheth Brown. ST A lli' F I' Left to right: Perry Newman, Business Managerg Miss Ruth Stewart, Editor. Doran, Advisor. Marilyn W Q C' f,,. ' I il" L- 1. .,,.: . . u . ' ' 3" "" as ' 4, t' - 4 P t 4 " F.. -v' . 'ft l . . .. , 'I 42' -5 , 'I' P .Q ' V I I 1 . I U , ' a Jr' .. .,' f d W My 41, o in ' 'H' V Q. ,W , H . , -. ,- 4 ' . ' ' - D . ' 1+ A new J 4:55 ':. k "" " Q 'g v ' 1 r aes. fn nibb 1' . I V N' f , ' u ,V O' I . V 'i I 'Q i , " A 8. 4 . ,, 'W' . A ,' .. Q5 1-4 G 9. ,U Of' 1 Q . X an v.. ' 4 Q' f n. , M I in .Sf ' K' 1 ' . 9 M . Q Q, A0-5' Qui' , 408 Sd. L 1 11 VIRGINIA ANN BAYLOR jimzy Play 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Yearbook 4 Play Prompter 2 Secretary of Chorus 4 DONALIJ H. BERGENSTOCK D011 Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4 Basketball 2, 4 FFA 1. 2, 3 Projectionist Club 2, 3, 4 Athletic Council 4 tix 'i.-rv' I lv lk'- Ng 1 ,,, , GERALDINE A. BELL Gerry Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4 Cheerleading 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1, 2 Athletic Council 1. 2. 3 Athletic Council Secretary 2, 3 DORIS LEE BERGENSTOCK H HPPJ' Intramurals 5 Yearbook 4 Library Club 1, 2, 3 f" ..-dw 'W mv QF' 1, 1' . mn-Q ' o V1 , f 7"""?,,.-" 2 I .-.Q " . ,fl . ,r - K I mmf' I UT 32.5 Q. JP i t , , L i 'I , h 1- 1 ,, MlZRlBliTH Axxr BROXWN ROBERT BROVUN Beth Bob Play 2 Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4 Intramurals 2 Stunt Club 1, 2 Chorus 2. 5 FFA 1. 2. 5. 4 Yearbook 4 Projectionist Club 1. 2, 3 Band 1, 2. 3, 4 Library Club I. 2. 3. 4 Blue antl XX"hitc 2. 3 WALLACQE R. BKRNETT U"'al13 Plays 1. 2, 3. 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Stunt Club 1. 2 Band 1. 2. 3. 4 Orchestra 1. 2. 5 Football 1, 2, 4 - . I s ,,-,Qs j'7"k3, Q MJ Q' ., -'Y ai' Baseball 1 CHARLES BUSH Clmi Intramurals 1. 2, 3 Band 1. 2 Football 1. 2. 3 Basketball 1, 2. 5, 4 '2' by VIII' O ? 95' gl J-U VI '4-If QU' H1 :ri 8-4 W0 .ac 0' ... ru PJ .as f -L' , 0 1 1 U4 D ROBERTA Buss i 'fy W X 'wwf' pf MARY A. EMPIZROR Emfvie Class President 1 Plays 3. 4 Archery 1. 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 4 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1. 4 Yearbook 4 Girls' Choir 1 04 r 9 6 5: I U5 U. V 2. L, 2 "' ' , ,,,, ,.,.,.M4 WILLIAM FREEMAN Bill Class Vice President 4 Play 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 2 FEA 1, 2. 5. 4 Athletic Council 5 Projectionist Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Crew 3, 4 FFA Reporter 4 DARLENE ANN GREENMAN G1'6f'lIf67 Student Council Representative Play 2 Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1 Library Club 1. 2 Blue and Wfhite 1. 2 fx fp nm I 'N I -0 1 1-M4 In D f4u..,.adl4""' GEORGE ARTHUR GRAYS George Student Council Representative Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Stage Crew 4 Projectionist Club 3, 4 FFA 1, 2. 5, 4 FFA Secretary 1, 2, 3 FFA Treasurer 4 JAMES EARL HAMMON llnlawzy Class President 2 Student Council Secretary 1 Plays 1. 2. 3, 4 FFA 1, 2. 4 Stage Crew 1. 2. 5. 4 FFA Vice President 4 FFA State Convention 2 aww JIWF5 Witt' -. a..,,'r ..'?W,,.- 7 .E Lf" C 5 Ji. . - X551 ' ,,, 1, . V , 4 1 la 1 I , l f 'Nu' ' X ,gi , 5 g-T,,,,,,.,.,,-' i in 3 , A CAROL ANN HARRIS Carol Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4 Chorus 1. 2 FHA 3, 4 Library Club 1 Blue and W'hite 5 EDXVIN BRUCE HOBART Football 4 L .NR . 1 . JEFFERSON HEW'ITT Bud Class Vice President 1 Class President 3 Student Council President 4 Intrarnurals 1, 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 MABEL CAROL JACKSON Mfzj' FHA 4 Library Club 1 MARILYNN AGNES KEHOE Kehoe Play 1 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 FHA 3 Girls' Choir 1, 2 fi? , Y' ,Q 2 I V 2 'Ak 'Nu- I MARY ALICE KOONS Dolus A REYNOLDS LANSDOWNE Min Dwlf Archery 1 Intramurals 2 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1. 2, 3. 4 Blue and Whxte 3 FHA 1, 2 JEAN ANN LULL jeamzie Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4 FHA 3, 4 ,gi od' -1 'S it-ff X Yi' E El l"'s 'Wir-ff' X MARILYN CLAIR MCKANE Marilyn Yearbook 4 LAURA WILMA MOONEY Lolly Archery 1, 2 Intramurals 1, Z, 3 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Band 1 'W ""N XTIIY' X' 'i 7?- BARBARA JEAN MOONEY Bobbie Class Secretary 4 Play 4 Archery 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1 Chorus 1 Yearbook 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Citizenship Ed. Representative 3, 4 MILIJRED I. MORGAN Millie Chorus 4 ,f-any ix ffl! ID ' 3 4 .ro 'oh 9 f oc ls 'I L PAUL EDWIN MORSE Paul Class Treasurer 3 Class President 4 Play 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Safety Patrol 1, 2 Band 1 Basketball 2 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 FFA Treasurer 3 FFA County Sentinel 4 , .gm X at vlff Q .q.,.f 2 ' "A I l .gvfiwk -4-..,,r-f ' 5 0-0-9-W' iq.. LINDA JEAN MYERS PERRY Nrw LfAN LN? Botrle Yearbook 4 Secretary Treasurer Semor Band 3 4 I-lbfflfy Club 1 2 Musrc Councxl 1 2 3 Blue and Whrte 3 4 Play 4 4' th IJ Uf Vu, Intramurals 1 Chorusl 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1 2 Bn 1234 JANE ELIZABETH PIERCE 51276 Chorusl 2 3 4 Yorker Club 4 Grrls Chorr 1 wx F I 1,1i'aff1T?v Q fa-If M X' V , 5 , A E . ,, E ily: . I,.j'l?1 Q, ' 1 5.5. '- . ,Aw T459 'QW' Amalfi' ,AI LOUISE R NUTTING Lou Class Vrce Presrdent 1 Class Treasurer 2 Pla s 7 3 4 Archeryl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Cheerleadmg 1 Z 3 4 Chorus 1 2 Stunt Club 1 Blue and Whrte 1 Athletrc Councrl Treasurer QIOHN ROMAINE !0l?I1lll? Class Treasurer 2 Student Councrl Treasurer Pla 7 3 Chorus 3 brunt Club 1 n 1 2 3 Dance Bandl 2 3 4 Orchestral 2 3 Footballl 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Bascballl 2 3 4 AK W1 . S av- I rw" x K .. , . ,I ' . A 51 4 I? S jifwr -vu. .. ,, v- -A W ' , ,.-n - .ug -1---' a zz.-rm ....r,:. wah- .L,..--:L-v rv fgh' ?."- 'V 1745. ,s -mfg an " '5 runnin 'sw-1 ,,,..-rg, 1 '.vX ku 443 f' re' JOAN E. RYAN jomlie Class Secretary 3 Plays 1, 2, 3, 4 Archery 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1 Blue and White 1 RUTH EVELYN SMITH Smilly Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 2, 3, 4 FHA 5 Library Club 2 Blue and White 2, 3, 4 Student Council Representative 131- V F65 465 1 r,' s 'Navy FRANKIE E. SIMMONS Frankie Play 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 Band Majorette 1, 2, 3 Library Club 2 Pwt 1 .J -10 -MK - U5U.7"1'lU1 'Um ' -1, aagE5rEmg X or-vD5'fG-au: N 1 l!'22""9'AS 5-m N 3. :E:Q5 H 5 E4 jf 5? xx:-C F' O 1: Q ' 1 vias' - - U' O l"4 0-1 . I ,"l- 1-A A C . U' .1 ,AVIS .b.wjNv- I-3 U3 gg ' i',,xfTxX -NA E -1 G-ve .j4 W 111 gb, B 7' .E ' 5 E :- -LZ .za -2 Z :V 4 Q Q an rr . fn Iv A ff' 5 W mfg' H ...hm -.,, gj' ., rn So., ' N SUD QQQQTE z Dpiwoc-lf? C1.mC-"rp QW n, o':::,:... -o wow, ,1- REw9T'I"Q F4 ia- c Z C1..D.A'c"fvg rn 3 l"' 25 94:1 O A -if-gg' g g R1 R YF 3 111 2 S 5 Z ,Q '-I 4:- Yip? ""-113.4 ' V r. DONALD EDXVARI3 STORRS Ldflj Student Council Treasurer 4 Plays 2. 3, 4 Intramurals 2, 3 Stunt Club 1 Band Z. 3, 4 Dance Band 3 Orchestra 3 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4 Student Council Representative 3 A - Q---...fi-J ' rif' FREDERICK GORDON TRAPP Fred Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4 Stunt Club 1 Football 3, 4 Library Club 1 BARBARA J. VANARSDALE Barb Play 1, 2, 4 Intramurals 3, 4 Band 1, 2. 3, 4 Dance Band 4 American Legion Oratorical Contest 4 ,X fmi 4 ,,..f - 1 4 bb ' - r Ei S Cr-rAR1.Es TREAT Cfmrlie Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 ELEANOR MAY VUARD Ellie Class Treasurer 4 Plays 2, 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Yearbook 4 Yorker Club 4 Library Club 2, 3, 4 ,s"""" A-lg ,SIN aww RR kan, if , go' -Q- I 4a 3 L, arf ak' gl fm' FRED WARII junior Class Vice President 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Stunt Club 1 Football 1, 2, 3 FFA l, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 FFA President 4 JOHN F. WILKINS jafieie Play 4 Intramurals 3, 4 Football 4 Baseball 3, 4 new A I' , as 4 - , 'KX 4? ,rf M if W 5' 3431 !O.,,,,,'M HYZQ' 'M JEANNEN A. WARN jedie Play Prompter 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Stunt Club 1 FHA 1 SHIRLEY ANN WILLIAMS Skip Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Stunt Club 1 Library Club 1, 2, 4 Blue and White 3 ov' x A fe so A 0 t n 47 53 sr : m G 7 :- CLAYTON ARTHUR BALL Clule Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4 z 4 I 9 1 Q I' ...Q 5'-an SENIOR ADVISORS MR. CAMPBELL and Miss CRAMER CLASS I-IISTURY In September 1951 about sixty eager students enrolled in the Freshman Class at M.C.S. In the first class meeting we elected Mary Emperor, Presidentg jeff Hewitt, Vice Presidentg Lou Nutting, Treasurerg jim Hammon, Secretary. Our patient Advisors were: Miss Doran, Miss Cramer, Mrs. Hicks and Mrs. Hewitt. Early in the fall the Sophomores had their chance for revenge-Initiation. The method of initiation was changed from public initiation in assemblies to a party of Freshmen and Sophomores. In competition with the Sophs we produced the one-act comedy play, "Bird on the Wing" with Marilynn Kehoe, the leading lady. Our helpful director was Miss Cramer. We lost, but we thought better days were coming. A new year and a new election of officers was held for the Sophomores. jim Hammon, Presidentg Lou Nutting, Vice Presidentg Lucille Parker Ward, Secretaryg and John Romaine, Treasurer. Our Advisors were Miss Doran and Miss Cramer. Xlxe were tmbntuous mel wanted to see more money eomrng rnto the treasury The Sophomore Drnee tel dtnees stttronery slle md blke sales were all smeessful but our Qophomore plly llmer 1nd the Ioxebug w is proelueed under drffxeultles bee luse at the llst mxnute om Ry rn who htel one of the lLlLlII'1g, roles beeamf ull so Dlrlene Greenman rexel her lrnes In sprte of all the hard work and effort of the elst and drreetor Mr Nrekerson we lost to the Freshman C lass Our unror year found us rn study hill wlth hir lyfurray and Mr Wfhlteman as our Adxrsors Fleetron of class oftrcers eonfronted us once again and we elected Jeff Hewxtt for Presrdent Ired Wfard Vlce Presldent oan Ryan Seeretary and Paul Morse as Tre lsurer The seeond week rn September we reeelyeel our long twarted ellss rings whleh made us full fledged unrors Wfe then made plans for the tradrtronal Qadre Hawkrns Danee wrth Darsy M 16 and Lrttle Abner 15 ehaperones Our dance was a brg success Drama of Death was our chosen three act play under the drreetlon of M155 Hasseltrne rt was a rewardrng project for ey ery one concerned wrth musrc furnrshed by ohn MeNe1l and hrs orehestra Robert Steyens was kung and Mrrrlyn Stew trt our queen In the krng and queen 5 eourt were Mary Emperor Barbara Vtn Arsdtle Bud Hewitt 1nd lred XVard XVe the trred unrors after puttlng 1 lot of hlrd work lnto the flower arches took part rn the class night exerelses We all felt sad to brd our Senrors farewell but trme marehes on and we realrzecl that soon we would follow rn therr footsteps Senrors tt ltst' How we eyer made rt rs the questron rn eyeryones mmd but none the less here we are If we thought we had to work rn the past watch us now lrrst we elected offreers headed this tlme by Paul Morse Brll freeman was Vlee Presrdent Barb Mooney Secretary and lzleanor Wfard Treasurer Mrss Cramer and Mr C tmpbell were our helpful Aelyrsors Our treasury dldnt look too promnsrng for our Washlngton trlp an expensrye but unforgettable exent XVe reahzed that we must get busy The frrst project on our hst was our magazrne sales campargn Pollowrng thrs were bake sales 1 publrc dance roller skatrng partres a tea dance and Luckner the Magrcran B6'zIlIE'l or Break aa! a three aet comedy was our play of the year It was dlrected by Mrs Tylor The V I XV and the Senror Class sponsored the Chrrstmas Ball XV1nter Wfonderland w nth Bud s Orehestra and was a huge sueeess lrnally rt IS une and we frnd that rnstead of benng extremely happy at the prospeet of graduatrng we 1re a lrttle sad The same feellng of sadness followed us through Class Nlght and Baccalaureate but most of all at Graduatron XY'e haxe spent many happy days at NI C S and shall mrss all the fun we shared e ' L '4 4 'Q LU.. 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PRUPHECY UF THE CLASS UF N55 Welcome to This Is Your Lnfe Thus IS jackne Wrlkrns your Master of Ceremomes Tomght we are honorrng not one partrcular person but a group of fxfty celebrrtles They are all graduatcs of my ovyn Alma Mater and mn fact my own class Thls IS Your Llfe Class of 1955 of Morayra Central School Perhaps the most well Lnown to the entrre natxon IS the Presrdent of the Umted States who got h1s start back at MCS as Prcsrdent of Student Councnl Welcome efferson Bud Hewxtt Bud IS ably assusted by our former Senror Presldent Vnce Presrdent Paul Morse Alrce Kenyon rs the pm ate secretary to Presrdent jeff Hewrtt It IS rumored that she w11l be the candrdate chosen to be the frrst woman presrdent by the Women s M C S Polrtlcal Party of New York Here comes Dorls Reynolds Lansdovsne who has become an expert on trayelmg abroad She has just completed her tenth yoyage around the world wrth her sarlor husband and Butch jr Mr and Mrs Wallace Burnett armed here just rn trme for thxs program Wally and hrs wrte were flown rn by PTA World A1rl1nes from apan where he IS a mls sronary The axrlme hostess on h1s plane was Mary Alrce Koons As a srdelme Mary owns MAK s Prnk Poodle Beauty Salon And here come two Sempronlus Celebrrtnes Marrlynn Kehoe and Darlene Greenman We hear they now manage the famous Lnttle York Payxllon and The Brg Top The WAVES haxe called an old Nayy fan Marrlyn McKane Marllyn has decided to make the WAVES her career What a gorgeous suntan the former Mrldred Morgan has' Mrlly Ines m Calrfornla and has a lovely famlly whlch we mct just before commg on the a1r Delegate to the U S Senate from New York State Welcome Fred Ward You baseball fans w1ll be mterested rn our next celebrnty Come nn Don Lefty Storrs prtcher for the Boston Not So Brayes You drd a wonderful job rn last years World Serres Good luck next season Perhaps you haye read some of Ruth Smrths great edltorrals She IS cdxtor of the New York Rhymes Her chlef reporters are Lmda Myers and Shrrley Wllllams Mary Emperor IS teachrng chemrstry at MCS Chemrstry always was her faxorrte subject' Roberta Buss lS the Head Nurse 1n charge of the Syracuse Medical Center and ane Prerce IS teachrng student nurses Here lS Mrss New York State of 1960 Marrlyn Stewart Gettrng her start as ueen of the junror Prom Marrlyn hopes to wm the M1ss Amerrca Contest next month Good uck We ll return rn just srxty seconds after a word from the most famous model of the Povs er s Grrls Studro Frankre Srmmons Good evenmg ex eryone Oh Im so excrted tomght to thmk that all my former classmates haxe become so famous I can hardly wart to talk wrth them at the party after we go off the alr Now here IS our emcee ackre Wrlkms back agarn Thank you Frankre The next two people to walk through the door are mdeed famous Members of the Road Trotters Charlle Bush and ohn Romame got thelr start IH pro fesslonal basketball whnle playmg wlth the M C S team A talent scout drscoy ered them and srgned them rrght on the spot Mr and Mrs Wrllram Freeman fthe former Barbara Mooney own a large ranch rn Oregon Besldes carmg for their three lovely chrldren Barbara IS prrvate secretary for the Freeman Shlppmg Co Mr and Mrs Charles Treat Cthe former Eleanor Wardj are conductmg screntxfrc re search rn their Detroxt laboratory Recently the natron was jarred by an exploslon when they were experlmentmg wrth some yery actne elements whlch turned out to be more actrve than they thought' Here comes Laura Mooney Bean co owner of the famous Bean Rrdmg Academy of Moravra Welcome Lolly' l . , . , . 1 , ' v " ' ' . H I s 9 ' 3 Y ' . . . 'I l . , , . 7 Q Y ' l V ' Y 7 I l . , . J , ' ' - , . Is someone shouting "You're out of order!'y backstage? It's the independent Party , , , v . ' ' ' v ' V . . . 4 . 7 I , . Q , . l . V , - , - . . , . ,, . , V . 7 , . . 7 . 7 ' I . 1 ' ' 1 I wJ . l - 7 I 'll ' , . . . r ' v ' 1 ' ' ' 7 . Y I 7 - . , . Coming through the door is the author of one of the current best-sellers, "How to Relax and Sleep in Clary." Welcome, Bruce Hobart. The book is gaining in popularity with teenagers throughout the nation. Barbara VanArsdale graduated from Alfred University and is now employed by Parker Tiddley-Winks Association, where she can keep an eye on Skip. Clayton Ball and Robert Brown have produced a herd of 200 cows which give homogenized milk. It is rumored that each cow is worth S50,000! jim Hammon and Ben Arnold both own large farms near Moravia, and as a sideline, run a Taxi Service in their home town between the school and the Sugar Bowl, the high school hangout, which is owned by Geraldine Bell. "Gerry" got lots of practice running the business during high school days. The Woman's Union has announced a course of lectures and demonstrations for high school students interested in Home Economics. The classes will be conducted by jean Lull and Carol Matison Lilly. Here comes Fred Trapp, chief engineer in the Detroit factory of the Trapp Sportscar. A well-known figure will soon come through the door. Perry Newman, conductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra, is regarded as America's top musician and conductor. We are very sad that Mabel jackson can't be with us this evening. Mabel, a dress designer, is ill at her suburban home with an attack of hiccups. just returned from a six-month tour of the world is joan Ryan. joan, who in private life is Mrs. Powell, made her theatrical debut back at M.C.S. and is now a famous character actress on Broadway. jeannen Warn is Joan's prompter and manager. Virginia Baylor has finally stopped looking for that two-tone Hudson convertible. "jinny" doesn't have to wonder where it is any more, as she is now a co-owner. The next person to enter the stage has won many "Oscars" for her productions. Doris Bergenstock has replaced Walt Disney, we hear. Congratulations. Meribeth Brown has been promoted to Head Librarian of the New York Library. Carol Harris, the famous interior decorator, has just completed her new book, How lo Decorale a Trailer. Louise Nutting Elser is leading a quiet life in her Sennett home. Here comes Lou's good friend, Robert Stevens. "Bob" is Master of Ceremonies of a show he originated, "Here's My Line." Don Bergenstock is a salesman of Hot-Rods and, judging by the number of Hot-Rods owned by the high school crowd, is doing very well. ' - This has certainly been wonderful, meeting all of our classmates again after so many years. Immediately following the program, we shall all go to the reception room of the Hotel Statler for an opportunity to become re-acquainted. Goodnight everyone. "This is Your Life," Class of 1955! URHGHNAL SENHURS Left to right: Mary Emperor, Roberta Buss, Joan Ryan, Carol Harris, Fred Trapp, Paul Morse, Jim Hammon Don Storrs, Bob Stevens and Alice Kenyon We the class of 1955 of MORAVIA CENTRAL SCHOOL being of fairly blank minds extremely poor memories and with unsurpassable ignorance owing to the exhaustion resulting from twelve years of tremendous exertion do hereby make and declare this to be our last Jimi Wlill unit irsizunrni To the faculty we lease the phone number of a good psychiatrist To the freshmen we leave our paper wads and erasers To the sophomores we leave our alibis and excuses for getting out of work and school To the juniors we lease the following items Doris Bergenstock wills Ellen Barber the right to draw pictures during study hall Doris s favorite hobby Bruce Hobart wills immy Newhart the right to sleep in all his study halls immy will have to go some to make as good use of this as Bruce did Charles Bush leaves his height to George Brown Louise Nutting and Geraldine Bell will David Warner the right to get in some of their mean moods at Norm s and also to keep the kids quiet Darlene Greenman wills Phyllis Heigle the right to use her name when shes in a tough spot Seems Darlene s borrowed Phyllis name Mabel jackson wills to udy Mantz the right to have a front seat in homeroom oan Ryan leases Aleta Patterson the right to run down halls to get the front seat of the car noon hours That poor car' Mary Alice Koons wills to Dick Coon the right to talk in first period study hall We re sure Dick will make good use of this Alice Kenyon leaves Andrea Clark the prixilege of playing Solo Clarinet in band during her senior year. Perry Newman leases Marshall Wade the right to take little jaunts around the halls every eighth period without being caught. ean Lull wills Mary Blewett a little bit of her plentiful hair. Seems Mary is minus a little. Ruth Smith wills Bexerly Nadge the right to skip school whenever she likes. Marilyn McKane leaves Carolyn Woodard the right to pick on an underclassman as Marilyn did. Millie Morgan and Carol Matison will Sally Moseley the right to be engaged in her senior year. Bobbie Brown wills Allan Markley the right to be called brownie as he was. Nothing personal Allan. Marilynn Kehoe wills jean Robbins her giggle and the right to use it in all her classes. Mary Emperor leaves Brian Mitchell the right to get through high school by the skin of his teeth and a good laugh as she did. jeannen Warn just leaves joab Austin behind with orders to keep away from the girls. jinny Baylor leaves Judy Wheat and Carolyn Mackey the rare privilege of carting the kids to BUD's every noon. Fred Ward wills Frank Hall the right to skip school and go deer hunting next year. 112151 will mth Cl stamp rmmy Hammon wrlls rmmy Pxrleer the rrght to drrye Phyllrs Hergele to school rn the mornrng Brll Ireeman wrlls George DeWrtt the rrght to go mth a teacher s daughter Laura Mooney leayes Marrlyn Nye the rrght to be the horseback rrder of the senror elAsS Carol Harrrs leaxes Ann Cams an the rrght to go rn the homemal-.rng room exe-ry fourth and erghth and srxth perrods Ben Arnold wrlls Carolyn Mackey hrs err so she can drrye downtown at noon Dorrs Lansdowne leayes Dorrs Phelps the rrght to be the frrst grrl marrred rn the senror e ass Roberta Buss leayes to Marcra loster her quret manner Lrnda Myers grxes Carol Rremer the rrght to get good marks rn Englrsh ohn Romarne leaxes hrs thanl-.s to ohn MaeNerl for hrs modest outstandrng dedrcated brarn work whreh he has so wrllrngly loaned ackre Wrlkrns wrlls Daye Wrllranmson that grand old hunter hrs seat on bus 22 Don Storrs yyrlls to Pat Nadge the rrght to slerp sehool wrthout gettrng caught Bob Steyens wrlls to Rolland Brleer the rrght to haye the hottest ear rn the senror class Don Bergenstoele vsrlls to Tom Brovxn the rrght to HOT ROD around at noon trme Donny can grye you good lessons on that Marrlyn brewxrt wrlls ane Hotehlerss her naturally curly harr Thrs wrll elrmrnate all the trme spent vxrtn eurlers and prns Barbara Mooney vsrlls her loye for md her abrlrty to play the vrolrn to essre Thornton You re so lueley essre Barbara VanArsdale leayes Barbara Thornton the rrght to skrp school eyery fourth perrod and not get caught Fred Trapp leaxes Tommy Shay er the left end on the football team Merrbeth Brown vyrlls Paul Donald the rrght to work rn the lrbrary fourth perrods It seems he lrkes to spend rnost of hrs spare trme rn there ane Prerce vs rlls some ot her quretness to Arthur Young Bud Hewrtt leases hrs hrgh marks to Steye Odden and leay es hrs posrtron on the football team to Hrlton Tanney Shrrley Wrllrams just leaxes ean and lranlere Srmmons wrlls jean Wrllrams the rrght to Brownre around a eertarn teaeher rn her senror year Wfally Burnett leaxes Wayne Beyea hrs actrng abrlrty Charlre Treat wrlls Art Myers hrs curly harr Eleanor Ward wrlls her 95 axerage rn Chemrstry to Susre Moseley Lucky Sue' Paul Morse leases Paul Ward a lrttle more herght Paul really needs that Clayton Ball wrlls to Marwrn Andrews the rrght to sell popcorn at home games and George Grays wrlls hrm the frrst class rrght to the nurses offrce Srgned THE CLASS OI' 55 ' v 1' V , ., . ' '-, v ' .' .l - ' J . ., 6 . , V , L A '- , zu - Y ' ' C A I . r l ' L 1 f'-rv b rf , f lv. r v J ' J f f - , . , f J , , - rl ' ya -y 'I ' ' , - in . , . . . . , 4 r r y. - -- y' 5- v . ly " " ' .' , .Q JK , - , 1 L ,- . , A . . , . ,J . J ' f ' A . v4 4 V4 . 4 ' ' v . '- JN y, ., .4 , , . . Y. 7 ' ' V ' . V 1 1, . . , f 5 ' - 'RQ-v4,,g.L'X .K . -11,1 Qi, I I 1 it ' 1 A . Q W, ,wflaaantl x 4 Q9-M. A V., "lv ' ' -' , ' as 'WFT 'fwiwfn' Min, M 1 ' Wm, I . T SQ? A .., ,, Mew. 1, o ' f ,471 I 5. h '21 '-fi nr. - -' :. ' . - S. ., 1 " , 1 , , , WU. 4 41-N. , ' 1 - , A s,4. , 1. ff , , my 40 .,,,. M 16' . Num, Q R -. L ' " -3.35 'Q. 65- w, I 'C 'N F-11 lg I N First row, left to right: Phyllis l-leigele, Judy Wheat, Marilyn Nye, Carolyn Woodard, Doris Phelps, Pat Nadge, Jean Williams, Marcia Foster. Second row: George Brown, Allen Markley, Paul Donald, Tom Brown, John MacNeil. Wfayne Beyea. David NXf'arner, Paul Ward, Tom Austin, Art Young. George DeWitt. Roland Baker, James Parker, Brian Mitchell, Dick Coon, Third row: Tom Shaver, David Williamson, Carolyn Mackey, Ann Canavan, Andrea Clark, Jessie Thornton, Aleta Patterson Judy Mantz. Jeanne Robbins. Ellen Barber. Sally Moseley, Art Myers, Hilton Tanney. ,mn-.gmuu JUNHTCDRS CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Jane Hotchkiss, Treas- urerg Susan Moseley, Vice Presi- dent, Mrs. Rickley, Advisorg Steve Odden, President, Carol Riemer, Secretary, R' First row, left to right: Linda Koons, Marjorie Kehoe, Nanqf Hawley, Alice Durbin, Nancy Bergenstock, Louise Defendorf, Pat Harris, Kay Drake, Barbara Clancy, Second row: Miss Niven, Barbara Drake, Sylvia Fuller, Mary Blewett, Ann Benson, Miss Doran, Nancy Baker, Sue Ettinger, Sally Cashin, Barbara Breed, janet Badman. Third row: Arthur Morgan, Herbert Breese, Robert Blanchard, Ernest Burnett, Marvin Andrews, Billy O'Connell, Clifford Augst, Dick James, Melvin Bean. Bernard Heim, Ronald Brown, jack Higgins, Francis Breed, Donald Buss. Absent when picture was taken: Francis Austin. Welcome Badman, Beverly Church. SIDIIDQHICDMLDRES if 1-4 First row left to right Bernice Shaver, Elizabeth Morgan, Judy Neville, Laura Maroney, Yvonne Rosecrans, Diane Saunders, Teddy L'hlemann, Pat Wilkins, Nancy Smith. Second row: Willard Morse, Dick Pryce, XY'esley Lefever, john Mott, Harold St. John, Mrs. Tylor, Betty Lull, Beverly Tracy, Rosemarie Ryan, Diane Nemec, Jean MacNeil. Jeanette Stalbird. Third row: Stewart Miller, Karl Klee, Richmond Parker, Al Price. Robert Sims. james White, Earl Knight, Lee Panton. l,! Fa' First row, left to right: Mary Stoyell, Christine Pierce, Marijane Tracy, Marilyn Partello, Alice Thornton. Audrey Smith, Marsha Stewart. Mary Wright. Second row: Lloyd Story, Lynn Prine. john Pierce. Clifton Todd. Gerald Todd. Mr. Kennedy, Elsie Woodard, Rebecca Sampson. Marion Roberson, David Robinson, Ronald Shearer. Third row: Robert Story, Robert Wrisley. Gene Prine, Donald Powers, Merlin Richards, Robert Goodnough and David Pullman. FRfl5lSlilQNilfE1N First row, left to right: Peggy Hilsinger, Evelyn Barber, Margaret Dunks, Evelyn Drake, Christine Boyd, Marilyn Body, Susan Clinton, Judy Canestaro. Second row: john Benson, Paul Arnold, Frank Fuller, Dwain Francis, Mrs. Lacey, Paul Belknap, Charles Barned, Bill Mantz. Tom Boyle. Third row: Ed Clancy, Richard Freeman, Janice Flick, Beverly Walrod, Paul Gooclnouh. Robert Bresnan, Steve DeWitt. First row, left to right: Beatrice Harris, Marjorie Keagle, Ruth O'Brien, Sue Lull, Merle Jackson, Charlotte Masten, Barbara Meyers, Mary Nye, Second row: Robert Powers, P illi Ho kins, Leon Phelps, John Minor, Miss Ramos, Florence Kellogg, Violet Morehouse, Ivan Lansdowne. Third row: Joe Murray, Charles Harris, David Hungerford, a es a ge, ichard Peters. IWRESHDTEA EMM HJGRADE First roxs left to right Janet Korsak. Janet Dufrain, Donna Hartman, Kaye Chandler, Marjorie Donald Emma LeFewer Geraldine Liddick, Betty Kryger. Athena Howland. Judy Harris. Second roxx Elaine Athmoody Elsa Augst, Christine Durbin. Judy Boyle, Marie Caza, Ann Cobb, Miss Hall Gretchen Baker Carol Brown, Joan Markley. Janette Brown, Twila Breed, Joanne Coomber, James Greenman Third rox-. Fred Badman. Wfarren Batsford, Robert Durbin, Spurgeon Hill, Jerome litkeiscn Fred Hcss William Badman, Norman Flick, John Hoag, Charles Bowen, John Grobelny, Edvum Breese John Benson Rithard Church. ,Q First row, left to right: Elaine Mauch, Diane Rielley, Alice Moore, Betty Smith, Susie Tallman, Anna Ready, Beverly Panton, june Townsend. Mary Ann Wilkins. Second row: Carol Mclllvenna, Carol Shoemaker, Geraldine Mitchell, Janice Smith, Betty Clarkson, Lynn Pierce, Margaret Trapp, Mr. Hoover, Carolyn Morris, Margaret Powers, Regina Pearsall, Sue Thorton, Barbara Morris, Lee Ann O'Connell. Pat Rowe. Third row: Daniel O'Connell, Orrin Mastin, George Swan. Carl Hutchings, Michael Moseley, Edward Searles, james Harrington, William Leonard, Acey Moran, Warren Shoemaker, Tom Rieks, Peter Morgan, Calvin Morehouse, Daniel Mulberry. EHGHTH GRADE SEVENTH GRADE First row, left to right: Cora Swan, Sondra VanVleck, jacquelin Valentine, Ruth Uhlemann, Norma Todd, Carol Wattles, Margaret Blowers, Bessie Todd. Second row: Richard DeWitt, Richard Stoyell, David Zwirn, Bertha Williams, Lois Young, Janice Storrs, Mr. Lanks, Emma Williams, Patricia Ward, Karen Wade, Patricia Valenti, Willard Warner, Paul Stoyell. Third row: john Sheppard, Charles Bergerstock, Fred Strong, Kenneth Wilkinson, Vernon Morris, Allen Seaman, Donald Spaulding, Richard Tanner, Phillip Morse, Robert White, Ellis Ward, Samuel Tratt. First row, left to right: Patricia Bush, Patricia Crannell. Jean Hall Cynthia Boyd Betty Carman Sharon Churchill, Sharon Kelly, Nancy Badman, Linda Acherman Carolyn Foster Second row John Jayne, Carl Ball, Thomas Conklin, Barry Francis, Carole Brown Jean Bennett Sharon Hess Pat Denman, Miss Abbott, Ann Grobelny, Katharine Austin, Shirley Bowen Anne Brown Sally Crouse, Gerald Bergenstock, Donald Heath. Third row: William Booth Donald Dellow Harold Defendorf, Edward Benjamin, Fred Covert, Bentley Bean, Harold Batsford David Arnold Alan Durbin, Frank Dunks, Richard Covert, Roma Caza, Lyle Aldrich, William Ackles Dale Ackerman Absent when picture was taken: Barbara Dehman, Vivian Freeman, Isabelle Hess Michael Branch Charles Bererstock, Patty Burnett, Janet Doolittle, and Lester Rundle SEJVENTFH GRADE First row, left to right: Priscilla Mosher, Anna Morgan, Judith Leonard, June Peters, Judy Reynolds, Grace Jackson, Joyce Murphy, Sharon Smith, Sharon Signor. Second row: Rose Marie Heim, Linda Price, Shirley Parker, Kathleen Pearsall, Nancy Newhart, Elsie Maroney, Mr. VanNest, Wilma Blowers, Irene Mather, Esther Morris, Carol Weed, Clehoe Sharpe, Fahye Hubbard, James Moore. Third row: Louis LeFever, James MacNeil, Francis Prine, Richard Law, Austin Mott, Albert Kryger, Wayne Breeds, Paul Lee, James Merritt, Jay Myers, Louis Kimball, Michael Casey, Donald Raner, Charles Parker, James O'Connell, Fred Richards, Vernon Morris. P .- of .n xx First row, left to right: Retha Heigele, Monica Maroney, Patricia Clancy, Patricia Schmidt, Mary- ruth Defendorf. Joyce Powers, Donna Ulings. Elaine Smith. Second row: Graydon Weed, John Neville, Ronald Lee, Janet White, Virginia Jones, Richard Karshner, Ronald Hefner, Richard Tall- man, Allen Morris, William Hartman, Myron Donald, Third row: MacDuffee Douglas White, Harold Gernand, Richard Boyd, William Smith, David Mul erry, Richard Cuddeback. Douglas Canestaro. Absent when picture was taken: Miss Beverly, Pamella Bills and Kathleen Em- peror. SllX'll"ll'll First row, left to right: Judy Mulberry, Judy Adams, Linda Wilber, Judy Robinson, Lucretia Hels- ner, Janet Canavan, Bettie Benjamin, Elayne Daigle. Second row: Charles Defendorf. W'illiam Carman. Charles Bossard, Jeanette Lucas. Joan Appel, Miss Horn, Wfanda Henderson, Danielle Adessa, Virginia Morehouse, Donald Weed, Stephen Nemec. Third row: Merrill Bancroft, Harold Benson, George Greenwood, Douglas Arnold, Wesley Flick, Gordon McKane, Barry O'Connell, XVard Glover, Fredrick Drummond, Rick Shoemaker, Carlin Stamm, Michael Romaine. Absent when picture was taken: Linda Burlingame. ii ag First row. left to right: Mary Bowen. Linda Ward, Ruth Moore, Sandra Harris, Georgena Cotton. joyce Drake, Sandra Tallman, Loretta Masten. Second row: Wayne Powers, Frank Thorton, john Perrine, William Clancy, Richard Andrews, Mrs. Warn, Linda Lyon, Elizabeth Rouse, Charlotte Perry, Maralee Bancrofgilane Mather. Third row: Peter Prine, Homer Batsford, William Kelly. Elbert Francis, Peter O'Connell, Alanson Conklin, james Mcllvenna, Raymond Sampson, Arnold Morris, Charles Powers, Stanley Wilkins, Frank Harris, john Stoyell. GRADE First row, left to right: Normand Phoenix, David Perkins, Harry Drake, Ronald Weaw'er, Howard Munn, Robert Townsend. Second row: Myra Abbott, Martha Kryger, Cathleen Buss, Ruth Mead. Ethel Sautter, Myrtle Parrow, Evaclare Raymond. Third row: Jerry Kinney. Gerald Phelps. David Perry, james Ostrander, Walton Benjamin, Caro Belknap. Mr. Wilcox. Ann Kibben. Barbara Brown, Gladys Stroup, Linda Lee, William Barber, Harold Smith. First row. left to right: Alton Brown. Howard Howland. Roger Cornwell. Ronald Henderson. Bruce Morgan. Douglas Bowen. Second row: Mary Harris. Betty VanVleck. Janice Foley. Beatrice Austin. Miss K. Byrne. Neva Wartl. Sharon Stickane. Linda Lewis, .Ioan Todd, Third row: Mary Lou Dufrain. Geraldine Todd. Charlotte McKane. Eunice Dickenson, Linda Hubbard. Cheryl Rickley. Carol Beyea. Marilyn Coomber. Paulette Keagle. Beverly Rosecrans. Roxie Rowe. Fourth row: Dale Coon. Donald Osterhout. Norman Dann. Keith Ward, Ernest Badman. David Newhart. Charles Hinman. Absent when picture was taken: Bruce Fay. Fll F'll"ll-ll GRADE First row. left to right: Robert Leonard. David Churchill. Robert Peters. Gary Fickeisen. 'lohn Ger- nand. jonathan Austin. Daniel Bresnan. Setond row: .lean Cutldebatk. Sharon Rhom. Suzanne Bell. Mrs, Denson, VC'inifred Powers. Anne Jayne. Diana Booth. Third row: Carole Brown, Kathleen O'Connell. Larry Paaton. Robert Kelley. Stephen Hewitt, Lawrente Freer, Patritlc O'Connell. Frank Coon. Douglas Law. James Harfoot. Terry Bross. janet llhlman. Elizabeth Saunders. Fourth rowg ,Ioyce Carman. Charlene W'ade, Sharon Higgins. Patricia Appel. Neva Kelsey. Berniie Todd, Sharon Smith. Barbara Hewitt. Cynthia Harter. 3 4 . 5 , - :Q1 2 it i Y s lf .-.E Y f , l I i Q-, gl. . i I f i ' W VX- x FHRTH GRADE an .K an if I i"'K First row, left to right: Charles Nye. Richard Swan. james Green. Charles Batsford. Seymour Monk. Sanford Tracy. Second row: Chester Adessa, Ronald Nesbitt. joseph Brown, Franklin Lewis. Fred Denman. Benjamin XVarne. Larry Stubbe, Floyd Harrington. Philip Morris. Third row: Alan Free- man. Paul Eaton. james Covert. XX'illiam Clarkson, Robert Slade. Joyce Thayer, Beverly Mcllvenna. Viola Pealo, Marjorie Harrington. Absent when picture was taken: Mr. Hall, First row, left to right: Roger Stevens, john Fuller. Richard Clancy, Dennis Shaver, Duwain XX'ard. Second row: Shirley Xwhite, Kathleen Becker. Martha Carson. Miss Ames, Cheryl Defendorf. Lorna Stoyell. Eileen Francis. Third row: Elaine Rosecrans. Barbara Mitchell, Roberta Schmidt, jean Drake. Deborah Baker. Noreen Tracy. Shirley Andrews, Elaine Strong. Mary Tratt. Joanne Koons. Doug- las Mason. Fourth row: Frederick Byrd. Mahlow Blowers. Gary Flick. Absent when picture was taken: Richard Green. FOURTH GRADE 1-4 Q,a First row. left to right: Robert Munn, Richard Merritt, Roger Kelly. Douglas Coon, Michael Powers. W'illiam Harris. Second row: Sylvia Morris, Janet Rouse, Elizabeth Wellauer, Mrs. Andrews, Ruth Smith, Janice Stroup, Aletha Smith. Third row: Ronald Greenman, Douglas Fay, Charles St. John, Gary Robinson, Ernest Wfeaver, Ona Fellows, Joanne Hess, Charles Nelson, Alan Mantz, David Church, Donald Wilkinson, Jerry Boyle. FOURTH GRADE First row, left to right: Wfilliam Earle, Donald Utter, Richard Parker. VUilliam Elwanger. Harry Knight, James Barber. Second row: Donna Cornwell, Cheryl Earle, Sue Cooper, Mrs. Kyes, Eliza- beth Dunks, Betty Austin. Joyce Todd. Third row: Paul Cooper, Iris Ingrahm, Marie Christian, Dorothy Warner, Melvina Christian, Florence Hartnett, Jolene Bailey, Donald XY'illiams, Robert Conklin, Keith Francis. Absent when picture was taken: Ruth Wattles, Roger Coates. FOURTH GRADE First row, left to right: Rodney Parker, Robert Calandra, David Badman, Richard Olmstead, Brent Phoenix. Second row: Darlene Walters. Cynthia Morris, Mary Nell Hess. Jean Reynolds, Mrs. Ready. Carol VC'ard. Mary Smith, Lynne Mulvaney. Sharon Tanner. Third row: George Klee. John Wade, Susan Meirose, Sandra Eggleston, Joyce Bush, Sara Kelsey, Lulu Woodard, Cynthia Patterson. Linda Defendorf, Carol Barber, Jerri Casey. V'arren Price, Dennis Kelly. First row, left to right: Robert Nadge, Ray Reynolds, John Contino, Donald Oltz, Ronald Francis, Roger Stoyell. Second row: Suzanne Osterhout. Sharon Dufrain, Cynthia Keagle, Mrs. Ruth Augst, Joyce Perry, Diana Zwirn. Sherry Tallman. Third row: Rose Cuddeback, Sheila Jayne, Mary LeFever, Sharon Ward, Mary Austin, Virginia Searles, Carole Seaman, Lynne Warne, Judy Foster, Edward Melrose, Gary Lyon, Terry Donald, Carol Smith. Fourth row: John Parker, Martin Coon, Gary Stayton, Linwood Bowen, Christopher Bills, James Brown, Ronald Stayton, William Bishop. qv Q-xv 5 1 . TQHITRTU GRADE First row. left to right: Robert Smith. james Greenfield. Benjamin Morehouse, Ralph Stickane. Don- ald Pickett, Dennis Roy. Second row: Mary Ann Atwood, Sharon Kelly. Karen Mulvaney, Miss Byrne, Marian Donald, Lenora Flick, Judith Schultz. Third row: Thomas Fay, Paul Downes. Carolyn Church. Laurene Hopkins, jane Nemec, Nancy Mack, Margaret McGowan, Karen Nye. Elaine Hulse. Linda Matiias, David Wade, Herman Mau, Donald White. Fourth row: Richard Nesbitt, joseph Badman. Larry Butler, William Sheppard, David Morse, Robert Crannell, David Wlard. Roger Byrd, Robert Defendorf. TlFllllRD GRADE First row. left to right: rederick Drake, Donald Henderson, Gary Schmidt. Francis Allen, Dan Prine. Second row: Marcia Seamon, u rey Smith, hiarilyn Casey. Miss Colwell, Judith Nemec, Sharon Morris. Margaret Brown. Third row: Robert Raymond, Robert Merritt, Norman Thilburg. Dennis Galbraith, Stanley Fay, Gary Harding, Frederick Grobelny, Robert Pealo, Paul Batsford. Gerald Bowen. Charles S. Howd. Absent when picture was taken: Robert Crannell. Rfk 7 'lm' H ll RD Lif V i First row. left to right: Rickey Sinclair, Donald lngrahm, Duane Dickenson, Philip Bergenstock, Edward Barhite. Second row: Sharon Pierce, Sandra Canavan, Linda Pierce, Mrs. Luanna Mosher, Rae Killam, Elaine Bailey, Frances Cooper. Third row: VUilliam Dunks. Janice Matison, Carol Cot- ton, Karen Mead, Ruth XVilliams, Marion Parrow, Yvonne Hettis, Steven Lamphier, Charles Mor- gan. Fourth row: Frederick McKane, Michael O'Connell. Larry DeGraw, Carl Christian, Gordon Townsend, Merald Parrow, Robert james. First row, left to right: Thomas Gentilcore, jack Runyan, Kevin Proctor, Charles Whitfield, Richard Klee, Lyle Thilburg. Second row: Sherry DuFrain, Kathleen Mulvaney, lrene Neal, Mrs. Defendorf, Bonnie Lee Crandall, Bonnie Lou Babcock, Lauren McGraw. Third row: Donna jones, Kathleen Pierce. Darlene Rowe, Leona Murphy, Anna Moran, Marilyn Hall, Sandra Lee, Genevieve Glover, Peter Kelsey, David Becker, Robert Fickeison, Charles Freer. Absent when picture was taken: Ralph Bush. I gl "7 on SECUND GRA Dlil ....-- 'L' First row, left to right: W'illiam Hall, Keith Mitchell, Charles Deming, Charles Smith. Second row: Constance Reilley. Linda Grobelny, Mary Catherine O'Connell, Mrs. Hubert, Beverly Drake, Kay Hawver, Diana Shepardson. Third row: Thomas Coon, Dou Hartnett, Earle Smith, Rodney Wcmell- mer, Margaret Phoenix, Andrea Adams, Johann MacDuffee, Norma XValters. Fourth row: Andrew XY'hite, Victor Myers, Barry Rohm, e Stayton, Patricia Kloman. Rosalie Springer, Patrice Nlahon, Mary O'Brien. SECCOND First row, left to right: Robert Amerman, Perley Cook, Robert Breed, Jack Nelson, David Batsford, Charles Stockwell. Second row: Susan Powers, Sharon Slade, Mary Neal, Mrs. MacNeil, Carla Casey, Helen Searis, Judy Barber. Third row: James Seaman, Richard Calandra, James Helm, Jerome O'Con- nell, George Harrington, Loretta Weed, Kathleen Hess, Beverly Conklin, Francis Goodman. R0lD6fi Clancy. First row. left to right: VC'illiam Davis. Sherry Figgolari. Albert Townsend. Claude Heath. Gerald Ostrnnder. Christine Hewitt. Mary -Io Abbott. Cynthia Crouse. Kristl Volk. Marcia XX'illiams. Second row: Susan Cornwall. Carole Chere, Marv Earle. Mrs, Saxton. Sharon Perrine. Susan Barber. Ida Ingrahm. Third row: jan Rowe. Harold Wfarner. Dale Sinclair. Thomas Karschner. Daniel Perkins. John Howland, Absent when picture was taken: May Parrow, Richard Bossard. GRADE First row. left to right: Robert Nesbitt. Rohc-rt Rohhins. Stcxen Wfeed. james Bailey. Donald Mclll- venna. Rohert juli. Second row: janet Murphy. Sandra Main. Donna Powers. Mrs. Stoyell. Carol Kelsey. Constance Grant. Deborah Boyd. Third row: Donna Valentine. Nancy Thilhurg. Scarlett Hartman. Lynette Egglestfxn Lorraine Andrews. Roger Heath. Harry jones. Terry Tracy. Linda Cornwell. Maureen Kelly. Ahsent when picture was taken: Nancy Slade. li-M .Y-X M5 W-vivf wh W .E . Y 'gsqf' N , fiffi . zz? f x QL: V pw ff?" Y QL' Gm. N 4 ,j f..,1f ,, 1 -J -.3 .Jig 1 Q, kw, , fwa .,5w . ga, QQ ' A , ., V 4 3 gd V 1 A 'fu I "7 NK ,ig haw' V 'vj 2 Saw' '7 " V 2 , Lf 5 'xx " s.,,,,f gif, A yd. ' . ,Kg Q z, , -f ,,f f f in .' J '-'J fy L AL gj'Q5a'-- . My , ,945 N A w, 33-gfw T51 V f X .X K .lfvlfgg 1 1 f 2 5 ' , MMA' -- E H 1 Q 5 Q. A S l 'il if s i l -All ' rv . rf --5 X , '41 5 y r V R D L . 1 I I ! Mn. ws., SUS 40 First row, left to right: Gary Mulianey, Leo Goodman. Richard Chandler. Richard Zxxirn. Alhert Roy, Williaiii juli. Setond row: Lois Eggleston, Nancy Mulberry, Eva Batsford, Suzanne Snoxer. Mrs. Tracy, Susan Nemec, Gloria Harris, Irene Wfalters, Ruth Bevier. Third row: Dale Hartnett. Lawrence Raymond. Raymond Adams. Rohert Matijas. Flames XX'ood. Rirhard Burgman. vlohn Le- Fever. Raymond Lillie. Fourth row: Dorene Hess, Frances Powers. Sylxia Lillie. Ladene Hopkins. Barhara O'Connell, Virginia Laty. fl li' R all li, First row. left to right: Charles Barher, Alhert Mantey. 'lilionias Komoroski. Ronald Holland. Daxid Atwood. Craig Richards. Serond row: Mary Green. Darlene Galhraitli. Priscilla Springer. Nitki MtAllaster. Mrs. Van Wfarner. Pamela vlayne. Sandra Mau. Karen Clanestaro. Audrey Leubner. Third row: Roland Bean. Lfichael Gunn. Gregory Huhert. Fritz Hewitt. Christine Alhmoody. Diana Nelson. Sharon Broek. Patrira Ofonnell. XY. Edward Zohel. l.exi Cmert. Melxyn Mott. Brute Coon, . F f- ,., 4'1- vv v I f 2 -. KHNDERGARTEN S- 54' X , First row, left to right: Clifford Sorocool. Thomas Uhlemann, XX'illiam Keagle. Mark Hartnett. Steven juli. Second row: Mary Burgman. Donna Fenner. Linda Powers, Mrs. XXfarner, Victoria Adessa, Janeen MacDuffee, Cindra Churchill. Third row: Paul Barfoot, Gordon Flynn. Dale Kehoe. Emmett Baker, Cheryl Anderson. Mary Shaver. Barbara Gentilcore. Hope Masten. Fourth row: Ceielia Glover. Anne Carleen Matison, joan Ripley, Sharon Mason. Edward Freeman. james Matijas. David Bowen, Franklyn Seaman. Absent when picture was taken: Nancy Myers, Sherry Weax'er. FTRST GRADE First row. left to right: Dennis Sinclair, Fredrick Eberhardt. Gerald Hall, Michael Bailey. Williarii Robbins. Michael juli. Second row: Rebecca Higgins. Cynthia Rohm. Patricia Powers, Margaret Bills. Miss Blauvelt. Deborah Howland. Marilyn Fessler, Sharon Vfhite. Linda Hall. Third row: Hal Kehoe. Leonard Barber. Larry Jayne, Roger Wfard, Stephen Mantz. Raymond Morris. Theodore Fay. Suzanne Darrow, jan Pierce. Elizabeth Mulberry. Donald Nye, Ronald Kgmgroski, joseph Wfarn. George Whitefield, Absent when picture was taken: Berton Harris. 91:12 mv-'Gi First row. left to right: Thomas Tratt. james Brown, Gregory Mulxaney. Charles Rohinson, Gary Richards, Douglas Thillvurg. Douglas Nanlge. Second IUXYI Celestiii hlunn, Ruth Perrine, Virginia Mitchell, Linda Casey, Miss Iilauxelt, Dehorah Edmunds, Margaret O'ConneiI, Sharon Heath, Sandra Baker. Third row: Leland Hughes, David Byrd, Francis Hertel, Carl Stiilcane, Vfently Green. Sue Lyffn, Nancy W'ilbur, Ronald Hess, Donald lfreer, Ahsent when piiture nas taken' Daxitl lXlithiiel Rosecrans. KHNDERGARTEN First row, left to right: Donald liahtock, Normantl Townseml, Terry I.ainphier, Richard Kehoe. Dakitl XX'eed, Stephen jones, Second row: Barbara Kelsey, Mary Cudilebatk, Donna Canaxan. Linda Stay- ton, Mrs, jones, -Ianquelin Bills, Linda Pullen. Sandra Totlil, XX'an1.la Wfhite, Third row: Raymoml Ncshitt, Kenneth Crockforsl. Kenneth Powers, joe lfiorelli, Stanley Rowe, -lay Hutthings, Daiiil blari- son, Dale Ross, Lawrence Ellis, Peggy XX'hitfic-ld, Betty Swan. Beatrice Barher, is ' if 5 ze l t ' 3 5 4,4 , 4 3 2 E x im rliai i i N Y 1, i First row, left to right: Douglas Moore. Diixitl Nudge, john Cientiliore, Philip Powers, lim Xlilml. Seionil row: Mary Lynn, Sharon Mac'lc. Loucine Durbin, Ann Phoenix, Mrs, Jones, Shirley Hill, I Vixigin Reynolds, Dale Howil, Franeene XX alters. 'lihiril row: Dean XX'oell1ner, Gary Nutting, Dexter Ulmer, Dean Donald, jeffrey Swartwout, Lorinila Gunn. juilith Ripley. Dawn Hartnett. Kenneth Dunks, XX'illiam Savucool. KHNDERGARTEN NORTH NEW HOPE First row, left to right: Agnes XX'illis, lX1a1'gie XX'illis. Suontl row: Kathy Mink, ,lean VUoolli11' Geraldine XX'illiS. 'I'hird row: Snntlru Bell. Judith Muck. Mrs. lirown, 'YI First row, left to right: Dale Benpamin, Marsha Story, Cynthia Story, Joyce Story, Shirley XX7heeler, Terry Vfheeler. Second row: Dayton Reynolds. Lee Achmoody, Bruce Nocline, Mrs. Kehoe. Charles Bush. Larry Lansdowne, Dorr Reynolds. Howard Benjamin. SEM PRUNHUS 'SHOE i 1 X I ,R .R ,. V Ax R ,3- Q 43 ff" . 1 4 , '-"FZ - -'.: 1 if ill X 7 5 Vt' x KH fr ' xkg ' ' J ' , Y .ly 1 A x ,ay 'VX .-'U kgs.. ff' .4 k .J V AQCTIIVHTJIES DINING ROOM Beanef for Breakfafz MRS. TYLOR-Dirermr 1954-55 LIVING ROOM First row. left to right: jackie Wilkins, Virginia Baylor, Donald Storrs. james Hammon, joan Ryan. Seated: Eleanor Ward, Louise Nutting, Mary Emperor. Barbara VanArsdale, Barbara Mooney. Standing: Alice Kenyon, Perry Newman, Paul Morse, Robert Stevens, Wallace Burnett. Bill Freeman. Dfmm of Death Dffmed by Miss HASSELTINE 1953-54 First row, left to right: john Romaine, joan Ryan, Mary Emperor, Virginia Baylor, Donald Mauch, Louise Nutting, Wallace Burnett. Second row: Patricia O'Brien, james Hammon, Alice Kenyon. PLAYS Elmer and the Lovebug Direrled by MR. NICKERSON 1952-55 First row, left to right: Marilynn Kehoe, Carol Matison, james Hammon, Patricia O'Brien. Second row: Wallace Burnett, joan Ryan. w.w,4.,: k , H ,wa Q?1'if.Q-Q-fi, I FT-5 H' Q ff-- x f aw.-5 .MTU AJA- ., ,M ' M V 9 A Q W W, ' gig' 951,32 www ,Lu 9 ff' 'Wi ri "lm is 1 'A W' -ff. N f-x- 1 V 1 . M , Q , 4 ,Wg-, .Xl I ' 'V 2 1, 5 V 'ffainf fi fi, PI' 8 19, , rim 5 5 6' " , 4 W Q' . 1 X' My zz' 4 419 ,pm ,, :df ff, .33 T . v i' " Q, , . ,. ,, Q V.. 4:2-2 - 1. f ,C '- .1 "vi '4 '22-hifi? - '12 gt 552,45 ' ,f Q A T1 - wi Vg Y, an 4. ' 4- ,K . ,,,-11938 f, 'X' 3 1225! f' - fl if 1' " "Z X QM., - 6 -' 1 I 'alfa' . , , 4 3 , 14 , Q Q , , sg f , 1 , ' all gli 2 r lF,ll'll,A., First row, left to right: janet Korsak, Barbara Breed, Historiang Carol Harris, Treasurerg Linda Koons, Vice Presidentg Rose Marie Ryan, Secretaryg Elaine Mauch. Second row: Marsha Stewart, Diane Reilley, Emma LeFever, Twila Breed, Lynn Pierce, Mrs. Lacey, Pat Wilkins, janette Brown. Barbara Coomber. Mary Ann Wfilkins, Mary Stoyelli Third row: Audrey Smith, Alice Durbin, Evelyn Drake, Carolyn Woodard. Nancy Bergenstock, Florence Kellogg, jean Lull, Mabel jackson, Marion Roberson, janet Badman, Marjorie Kehoe. Absent when picture was taken: Mary Alice Koons. President. First row, left to right: George Grays, Treasurer, Frank Hall, Secretary, Fred Ward, President, Mr. Whiteman, Advisor: jim Hammon, Vice President: Bill Freeman, Reporter. Second row: Arthur Morgan, Richard Freeman, Stewart Miller, Leon Phelps, Clayton Ball, Historiang jack Higgins, Sentinel, Earl Knight, Bob Blanchard, Stephen DeWitt. Third row: Bob Brown, Bill Mantz, Ronald Brown, Ben Arnold, George DeWitt, Paul Morse, Willard Morse, jim Parker and Frank Fuller. F.. lF..A. ,y Q K '71 oooaflo e 4 FMF! 1 - Y 1 I .4 4 Q' Q I, l'?"CuL1gb ,. 'Q 'JJ vo' '59-u.i-0 - X MZ 5 70 40 First row, left to right: Elaine Achmoody. Daniel O'Connell, Lee Ann O'Connell, Mrs. VanLiew, John Grobelny, Anna Margaret Ready, Athena Howland. Second row: Kaye Chandler, Marjorie Donald. Patricia Rowe, Barbara Morris, Joan Markley, Judy Boyle, Christine Durbin, Geraldine Liddick, Judy Harris. Third row: Janice Smith. Geraldine Mitchell, Carol Brown, Jerome Fickeisen, Fred Hess, Michael Moseley, Richard Church. FHNGER LAKES YORKER CLUB UWASCU VALLEY iYURKlE',R CLUB First row. left to right: Paul Stoyell, Fred Richards, Charles Parker, Donald Dellow, Lyle Aldrich, Richard Stoyell, Donald Heath. Second row: Priscilla Mosher, Sharon Churchill. Linda Price, Sharon Kelly, David Zwirn, Robert White, Ellis Ward, Sharon Smith, Cora Swan. Third row: Katherine Austin, Sharon Hess, Patricia Denman, Marjorie Slade, Janice Storrs, Mrs, VanLiew, Irene Mather, Karen Wade, Bertha Williams, Chloe Sharp, Carole Brown. Fourth row: Carol Wfattles. Judy Leonard, Linda Story, Linda Ackerman, Ruth Uhlemann, Richard Covert, Wayne Breeds, Austin Mott, Judy Reynolds. Norma Todd, Patricia Burnett, Carolyn Foster. First rovs left to rxght Mary Stoyell Bermce Shaxer Laura Maroney Lourse Defendorf Eleanor Ward, Sally Cashm Kay Drake Second rom jane Prerce Bexerly XlUalrod jamce Flrck Wesley LeFever Mr Campbell Wrllram OConnell Drane Nemec jean MaLNe1l Dxane Saunders Thrrd row: Teddy Uhleman Dwam Franus Clrff Augst john Mott Rxchard Parker Judy Nevrlle PROJELTHUNHST First row left to right Robert Blanchard Wally Burnett Mrs Burlevu Paul Donald Ernest Burnett George Brown Second row Authur Morgan Marvm Andrews Bernard Helm Herbert Breese Coons, JVUNHUR LHBRARSY CLUB First row, left to right: Tom Conklin, Barry Francis, Charles Bergerstock, Charles Parker, james O'Lonnell. Second row: jean Hall, Shirley Bowen, Fahye Hubbard, Anna Ready, Marjorie Donald, Sue Clinton, Donna Hartman, Nancy Badman, Patricia Bush. Third row: Marsha Stewart, Mary Nye, Patty Rowe, Twila Breed, Carole Shoemaker, Marie Caza, Mrs. Burlew, Janice Smith, Carol Mcllvenna, joanne Coomber, Lee Ann O'Connell, Evelyn Barber, Mary Wright. Fourth row: Phillip Morse, Carl Hutchings, Richard Covert, Elsie Maroney, Merle jackson, David Robinson, Dwain Francis, Mike Branch, Marilyn Partello, Carol Brown, jucly Boyle, Mike Moseley, Ed Clancy, Steve DeWitt. SENHOR LHBRAREY .. CUUB First row: Shirley Williams, Doris Lansdowne, jean Lull, Roberta Buss, Elizabeth Morgan, jean Xwilliams, Meribeth Brown. Second row: Ellen Barber, Carolyn W'oodard, Beverly Church. Third row: Robert Blanchard, Sally Moseley, Mary Blewett, Eleanor Ward, Mrs. Burlew. Left to right: judy Wheat, Mr. Campbell, Fred Ward. ASSEMBLSY CU1.fVlllVlll'lli"lli'Ell-E First row, left to right: David Zwirn, Donald Dellow, Lyle Aldrich, Charles Parker, jimmy O'Connell. Second row: Sharon Kelly, Mary Bowen, Sharon Churchill, Donna Hartman, Mary Wfright, Judy Canestaro. 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Second row: Mary Emperor, Diane Saunders, Mary Jane Tracy, Mildred hfiorgan, Ann Canavan, Marilyn Partello, Carolyn XX'oocl.ird, Jane Pierce, Audrey Smith, Patricia Wilkins, Kay Drake. Third row Jack Higgins, Beverly Church, Nancy Bergenstock, Jean Mac'Neil, Jeannen NX'arn, Sally Moseley Patricia Harris, Herbert Breese, Rosemarie Ryan, Sue Moseley, Jinny Baylor, Joan Ryan. Elsie Xfoodard. Yyonne Rosecrans, Alice Thornton. Fourth row: Jane Hotchkiss, Marilyn Stewart Aleta Patterson, George Sheppard, Ernest Burnett, Carl Lamb, Duane Francis, David XX'arner. Thomas Austin. XX'allace Burnett, Albert Price. Brian Mitchell, Perry Newman. Hilton Tanney, Richard Coon, Sue Ettinger, Andrea Clark. First row, left to right: Mrs. Kouwe, Elaine Mauch, Priscilla Mosher, Margaret Blowers, Sharon Smith, Sharon Churchill, June Peters. Fahye Hubbard, Sharon Kelley, Judy Leonard, Patricia Bush, Sharon Signor, Janet Korsak. Second row: Joyce lwiurphy, Kaye Chandler, Geraldine Liddick, Marjorie Donald. 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Second row: Dick james, Carl Lamb, Brian Mitchell, Tom Austin, Fred Trapp, Bud Hewitt, David Warner, Wally Burnett, Tom Shaver, Hilton Tanny, Coach Fay. VARSHTBY FUCDTBALL JUNHOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First row, left to right: Merlin Richards, Bob Bresnan, Tommy Boyle, Spurgeon Hill, Robert Powers, Lewis Kimball. Second row: joe Murray, john Benson, Leon Phelps, Al Price, Dick Pryce, Ernest Burnett, Bill Mantz, Donald Powers, Coach VanNest. I I if fl Q J ,Q-gal 'gf F1 if com LLOYD VANNEST f " , , W I BASKETBALL SQUAD as faire Manager PAUL DONALD F -f .V Ixo INume CHARLES BUSH TOM AUSTIN JOHN ROMAINE BOB STEVENS DAVE VVARNER DON BERGENSTOCK GEORGE GRAYS BUD HEWITT HILTON TANNEY 'G' if an 'Ag . Year Senior junior Semor Senior jumor Semor Semor Semor juruor Us Jififw fi R 'Intl' fltgf f ltr I l :V .. I Q -I Ffgf rf!! e f 2' f iff" I 41: s' 'NU' G. S 9 S5 at S 1 RYQ N. x 'Eli' x 1 A'-9 -fx . nw ye w. -L 1 J r' fn -a 13X Wu. 1 'XJ 7 K , 1 I J ,y 5 J D 1 1 I 1 C Lk I L Q LL 1 1 ll L3 C. 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JLV., BASKETBALL COUNTY CHAMPS 1954-55 SEASONS RESULTS Daze M.C.S. Opp. Dale M.C.S. Opp. Dec. 3-'Cato-Meridian ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 5 11 Jan. 21- Weedsport .,...... ........ 3 2 31 Dec. 10- Port Byron ,,,,v,w,, ,,,v,,, 4 1 19 jan. 28- Union Springs .,..,,. ....,,., 4 1 35 Dec,17-'Union Springs ,,.,,, ,,,.,,, 2 9 37 Feb. 4-"King Ferry ..... ....,... 4 2 34 Dec. 22- Cato-Meridian ,,,,,, ,,-,1,, 2 2 19 Feb. 15-'Port Byron ..... ..,,.,,. 3 4 28 jan. 7- Sherwood ........ ,,,,,,, 3 8 36 Feb. 18-'Weedspon ...,...... .,...... 3 9 28 jan. 11- Genoa ,.,,,,, ,1,,,,1 4 1 35 Feb. 26-'H'Cato-Meridian .,,.. ,,.,.... 3 2 26 Jan. 14-'Savannah .... .,,.,,, 4 5 28 Mar. 5-"""Union Springs ...... ........ 4 3 26 NAMES First row, left to right: jimmy Nadge. Allan Hungerford, David Pullman. Second row: Coach VanNest. Robert Powers, Dick james. Francis Austin, Fred Hess, Manager. 4' A u a Gamer ' J' 'H' Cozmly Play-Offs Aubmvz Q llfll 'ia KQRIVQ willy 3 :LJE '.,g-'-eg. Q'-'fi - 129 ' F ,, f ,. a. -. 2 Front row. lcft to right: Louise Nutting and Carolyn Mackey. Back row: Geraldine Bell, Mary Emperor, Captaing Judy Wheat. Absent when picture was taken: Laura Mooney. VARSHTY CHEERLEADERS .llUN'llUR "VARSllT Y CfhlEERlL,EfMlERS Front row, left to right: Suzanne Lull, Sylvia Fuller, Susan Ettinger. Back row: Mary Wright. Teddy Uhlemann, Captaing Diane Nemec, Nancy Hawley and Judy Neville. First row, left to right: David Zwirn, Gerald Bergenstock, Robert White, Charles Bergerstock, Donald Masten, Vfilliam Ackles, jim Greenman, Richard Stoyell. Second row: Mr. VanNest, Fred Strong, Benny Bean, Jerome Fickeisen, Mike Branch, Don Spaulding, Fred Hess, Dick Nelson, Warren Shoemaker, David Nickerson, Austin Mott. JUNHOR ll'llllGll'll BASKETBALL 'BABY lP'llCC'll"lUlRlES C jane Pierce Doris Bergenstock joan Ryan Carol Harris Darlene Greenman Marilyn McKane Meribeth Brown Geraldine Bell jean Lull Donald Bergenstock . Charles Treat . Eleanor Ward . 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