Morrisville Eaton High School - Amariah Yearbook (Morrisville, NY)
- Class of 1955
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No two days are ever alike. They are all different . . . every single one . . . because
people make them different.
This day is different from the thousands that have passed during the thirteen years
of school. There will never be another twenty-four hours like this that is passing before
us now. Once this day is gone, it cannot be brought back except by the reaches of our
memories. A well-lived today makes for a happy tomorrow, according to the "Sanskrit,"
- "For Yesterday is but a Dream, and Tomorrow is only a vision, But Today well-
lived makes every Yesterday a Dream of Happiness, and every Tomorrow a Vision
Not only are these the happiest days, they are the most unique - unique in that
what you do now is often reflected in your future life.
In perhaps ten or twenty years, you may recall, by turning the pages of this book,
an incident of your school days. This will, in turn, ser your memory working, thinking
back to the days of your youth.
Yes, they were happy days in spite of homework, ineligible lists, boy-girl troubles,
and the multitude of other things thought unbearable then.
For the seniors, these are the golden days of their lives - a milestone for each to
And who, at some time or other, has not thought to himself, "Backward, tLLt'l'1 back-
ward, O Time in your flight, Make me child again just for tonight! Backward, flow
backward, O tide of the years! I am so weary of toil and of tears -"
table of contents
Foreword ,,,,,, ...... 4 Freshmen ......
Dedication ,,.,,,, ,.,.,, 7 Underclassmen
Administration ......-.. 11 Grades ----------
Fagjulfy ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,.... 1 5 Activities ......
Seniors ...... --------- 1 9 M11SiC -------
Honors ...... ......... 2 7 Athletics .......
Juniors ..... .......... 3 3 School Life ....
Sophomores ..... ...-.----- 3 7 Autographs
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PAUL J. MEURANT
We, the class of 1955, are deeply honored to dedicate this year's Amariah to Paul J.
Meurant, who has devoted 14 years of faithful service and untiring effort to the students
of Morrisville-Eaton Central School.
When Mr. Meurant first came to Morrisville, he had charge of both instrumental
and vocal music. Morrisville is one of the few schools in New York State that have both
an orchestra and a band. Due to Mr. Meurant's patience and interest in music, we now
also have a drill team, brass ensemble, string ensemble, junior band, dance band, pep
band and majorettes.
The string ensemble, under Mr. Meurant's guidance, has succeeded in achieving
10 A ratings in contests during eleven years of participation. This record has not been
equaled anywhere in New York State.
Therefore, with best wishes for continued success and happiness at Morrisville, we
dedicate this fifteenth volume of the AMARIAH to Paul J. Meurant.
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CONRAD H RUPPERT
To the Members of the Senior Class:
In the vernacular of the carnival, snatching the brass
ring denotes a profitable and satisfactory achievement. This
year the brass ring of all time is within your grasp as op-
portunities exist today as never before. Opportunity pre-
vails because of a great heritage of freedom, the way of life
in America. In light of this freedom, every person should
understand the responsibility that each individual has. This
is particularly true today with so many forces threatening.
Our obligation is that we must freely contribute in a
worthwhile manner to our society if we are to partake of
Our ideals should be unselfish. These ideals should
inspire willing service to our fellow-man, to our community
and to our nation without thought of personal gain. With-
out such beliefs, we court national danger. It was Lincoln
who said, "Should danger ever reach us, it must spring
amongst us. It cannot come from abroad. If destruction
be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher.
As a nation of free men, we must live through all time, or
die by suicide."
A whirl of gaiety usually accompanies a ride on the
carousel but our freedom should not be thought of in the
same manner. Our obligation, also, is to perpetuate our
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Seated, left to right: Harold Howard, I. M. Charlton, john VanWyk, David R. C. Smith.
Standing: Conrad Ruppert, James Earl, R. Harry Lyndon.
board of education
Education in America has traditionally remained a
State function without Federal influence and with a mini-
mum of Federal financial assistance. In New York State
education has been compulsory for all children as estab-
lished by the State Constitution and subsequent education
laws. Local communities are represented in this educa-
tional administrative structure by Boards of Education who
are elected citizens serving their communities without re-
muneration of any kind.
Each community is allowed freedom of choice in mak-
ing many decisions through their Boards of Education.
These decisions determine the nature of that local educa-
tion and are arrived at by studying the wishes and needs
of the community. Through this means public education
has remained one of the most significant gifts of free gov-
ernment to civilization and has served as the cornerstone
of successful self-government. Our Board of Education has
chosen wisely for tomorrow by being concerned vitally
with the education of all children today. The problem of
overcrowded classrooms, the development of a proper cur-
riculum and the provisions of an adequate teaching staff
are some of the problems that all Boards of Education face
today. In this respect the viewpoint of the Board of Edu-
cation of the Morrisville-Eaton Central School has not been
SEATED, left to right: Mrs. Warrcn Smith, Reginald Dodge,
Mrs. Charles Record, Elmore Jenks, Mrs. Robert Drake, john
Gourley. Second row: Miss Frances Becker, Miss Patricia Schau,
Otto Edkin, Mrs. Robert Carter, Clarence Mclntyre, Mrs. Roger
Dorrance, Miss Marjorie Blackmar. Third row: John Vaughan,
Paul Meurant, William Behnk, Robert Wattles, Leonard Nash.
SEATED, left to right: Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs. Robert Wat-
tles, Miss Marguerite Butler, Mrs. Milton Palmer, Miss Dorothy
Wall, Mrs. Reginald Dodge. Second row: Mrs. Harold Howard,
Miss Bernice johnson, Mrs. Van Richards, Donald Goewey, Mrs.
Paul Meurant, Mrs. George Young, Miss Doris Payne. Third row:
Mrs. Blanche Jones. Mrs. Stanley Davis, Mrs. Floyd Washbon
Mrs. Lynn Jones, Mrs. Seymor Ellis, Mrs. Edward Hamilton.
SEATED, left to right: Mrs. Walter Harvey, Mrs. Leonard Laraway, Mrs. Benjamin
Wightman, Mrs. Maud Suits. Standing: Mrs. Fremont Davis, Mrs. Raymond Morris,
Mrs. William Hagmann, Mrs. Donald Bush.
Leona Christensen types while Harry
Lyndon answers a phone call.
SEATED, left to right: john Campbell, james Gallagher, Mrs. john
Campbell. Standing: Hyle Poole, Gerald Kelly.
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SEATED, left to right: Elmer Gregory, Kenneth Andrews, Mrs. Edward DeGroat, Ray
Sherburne, Dewey Roeller. Second row: Fred Close, Hyle Poole, Gerald Kelly, Paul Charlton,
-wh Leon Mennig.
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Student Council 2,3
Boys' State 3
Projectionist Club 1,4
Class Secretary 4
Class Vice-President 3
Boys' Citizenship Award 5
Major-Science and Mathematics
Student Council 3,4
Class President 3
Major-Science and Mathematics
Class Treasurer 3,4
Press Club 1
enior class officers
G.A.A. Sec'y 3
Class Vice-President 2
Major--Science and Matl
Projectionist Club 1,4
Science Club 2
Student Council 2
Major-Science and Math
String Ensemble 2,4
Science Club 2
Class President 1,2
JEAN AMES STANLEY BROOKS
Projecrionist Club 1,4
Science Club 1
Band, Sec.-Treas. 4
String Ensemble 1
Girls' Ensemble 3
J. V. Cheerleader 2,3
Major-Science and Math
Projectionist Club 1,4
Press Club 1
Science Club l
Major-Science and Math
Varsity Cheerleaders 2,4
Science Club President 2
Citizenship Award 4
Class Treasurer 1,2
DAWN EVERLITH GROVER JAEGER
JOHN HAWLEY GENEVIEVE MARKOWSKI
JO HOWARD BERNARD MILLER
Major-Science and Math
Transferred from Stockbridge
Valley Central School
Press Club 1
Transferred from Central
High School, Syracuse
Transferred from Grass Lake
High School, Grass Lake,
Chorus 4 Mich
Major--Science and Math
Science Club 1
Proiectionist Club 2,4
1. V, Cheerleaders 1
Girls' Basketball 3
Girls' Volleyball 3
Girls' Badminton 5
Girls' Bowling 2
Library Club 1,2
Student Council 2,4
Class Secretary 2
PATRICIA MILLER HARRIET SPRAGUE
HAROLD NEVIU-E SYBIL WIGHTMAN
MARGARET PRATT DEANNA WILKINSON
Girls' Hockey 3,4
Girls' Basketball 3,4
Girls' Badminton 3
Library Club 1,2
Yearbook Editor-in-Chief 4
Girls' Basketball 2
Girls' Softball 2
Girls' Archery 4
Class Vice-President 1
Major-Science and Math
Girls' Ensemble 2
Girls' Basketball 3,4
Girls' Archery 2,4
Student Council 1,4
Girls' Citizenship Award 5
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Dawn Everlith, Brian Shutts, Grace Brown and Robert Roberts
were chosen Junior attendants at the annual Junior-Senior Ball.
Junior Marshals Jo Howard, Harriet Sprague, James Bishopp and 0
Beverly Brooks pause before escorting the seniors in to be
Senior class officers are, left to right: Merton Barrels, secretaryg
Robert Roberts, presidentl Joan Saunders, treasurerg and Brian
Patricia Miller takes Dawn Everlith's and Robert Roberts' orders
for personal cards.
june Royalty pose after the coronntion. Rob- I I I
err Flinn and Barbara hlcnrris were king and The gf?-nd march 15 the hllhllghf Of the Junior-Senior Ball.
queen, with Mary Babcock and Louis Wood-
cock as senior attendants,
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Margaret Prarr and Grover Jaeger
Sybil Xlifiglmrman and Merton Barrels
Grace Brown and Brian Shutts
Most Useful ro the School MOSI Studi0us '
Jean Ames and Robert Roberts Beverly Brooks and james Blshopp
james Bishopp Grover Jaeger
SEATED, left to right: Bruce Dutton, Daisy Jo Morrison, Connie
Evans, Ann Fearon, Margaret Sprague, Philip Tayntor. Second
row: George Fearon, Linda Poole, Leon Sterle, John Dougherty,
Larry Kelly, William Liddle, John Galbreath, Jean Carter, Robert
Sherburne. Third row: Claudine Weed, Sharon Joslin, Jean
Whitney, Helen Crane, Jane FitzSimmons, Donna Janovsky,
Dianne Hagmann, Joan Fredericks, Myrtle Campbell.
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Dorothy Weir, Claude Weaver, Enid Whipple, Ruth Ann Morton
Virginia Evans, Harlow White. Second row: Ellen Lyndon, Ken-
neth Franklin, Deborah Smith, Janice Chilson, Judith FitzSim-
mons, Kristine Blixt, Janice Janovsky, Janice Dorrance, Beverly
Hall, John Koehler, Priscilla Stevenson. Third row: David DePuy,
Donalyn Laraway, Harriet Hamilton, Harriet Hoffman, Marilyn
Brower, Katherine Wfayand, James Williams,
D.A.R. Citizenship winner jo Howard hands Mr. Ruppert her
essay on "Patriotism - A Quality of Cfitizenshipn to enter in com-
M.E.C.S. was honored by the presence of Tatsuo Katayama of
japan. Fulbright Scholar, pictured here being interviewed by
Neva York State 4-H clress revue winner,
A representative group of award winners at
the 1954 Awards Banquet are, first tow, left
to right: Electa Curtis, Holace Smith, John
Campbell, Louie XX'oodcoclc, Helen Smith.
Standingi William Licldle, Spencer Matteson,
Kenneth XVooclcotk, john Galbreath and
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First Row, left to right: Wlilliam Valerio, Richard Neville, Neil bata jones, Norene Smith, Helen Smith, Patricia Rifenburg, Hazel
Coe, Sherry Bennett, Bruce Dutton, Augustus Foster. Second Row: Fraser, Connie Evans, Margarite Roberts. Fourth Row: Henry
Donna Jones, Margaret Mafkowski, Margaret Sprague, jean Doyle, Weaver, Philip Tayntor, Evan Jones, Wayrie Groves, Stuart Burle-
Beeda Taylor, Daisy Jo Morrison, Ann Fearon. Third Row: Bat- son, Spencer Matteson, Robert Owens.
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Barbara Jones, secretaryg and Neil Coe, vice-president, pause in the hall.
, , , The Scholarship Award is presented by Robert Roberts, Student
T1df'3t5 fof the Wlnfef Carnival aff. made bl' Jeafl DOYIC, HCUIY Council president, to President Philip Tayntor on behalf of the
Weaver, Robert Owens, Norene Smith and Sherry Bennett. Junior Class,
Presenting a trophy as high salesman from the Crowell-Collier Leaving on their trip to the Farmers' Museum, at Cooperstown ig
Company to Robert Owens ancl certificates of achievement to the junior class under the supervision of Mr. Gourley. 1
Bruce Dutton, Margaret Sprague antl Neil Coe is Mr. Behnk,
Ring styles are selected by Donna jones, Connie Evans, Spencer Magazine s.1les soar as Neil Coe, Donna jones, Bruce Dutton, Margaret
Matteson, Philip Tayntor and Henry Weaver. Sprague and Robert Owens chalk up team records.
The representative of the rnzxgazine company explains it sales Spencer Matteson, Neil Coe antl Bruce Dutton await their turn
technique to the juniors. to have the size of their class rings mezxstitetl,
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First Row, left to right: George Riggall, Merlin Tomlinson, Leon
Sterle, Marjorie Lent, Sharon Whipple, Ruth Ann Williams, David
Perry, Roger Ginney, Mr. Wattles. Second Row: Ina Baker,
Linda Poole, Sally Long, Patricia Rouncly, Jeannette DePuy, Mau-
reen Sawyer, Eileen Grey, Hester Hamilton, Joy Dunning. Third
Row: William DeGroat, John Galhreath, Leland Bookhout, Wil-
liam Groves, Howard Lyndon, Bruce Houghton, james Eiholzer
Robert Lee, Robert Carter.
Members of the sophomore class wait for refreshments at their
Officers of the sophomore class conferring on the north stairs are
john Galbreath, vice-presitlentg Thomas Davis, presitlentg Hester
Hamilton, secretary, and Ruth Ann Williams, treasurer.
Waiting for their turn to bowl are Betty Newell, Priscilla Smith,
Jacqueline Chilson and Anne Kellum, members of the sophomore
First Row, left to right: Michael Srreeter, Donald Smith, Richard Owens, Marie Flinn, Jacqueline Chilson, Jean Carter, Priscilla
Depuy, Thomas Davis, jonathan Allen. Curtiss Warner. Second Smith, William Ginney. Fourth Row: Elwood Parker, Casimir
Row: Irene Church, Brenda Failing, Betty Newell, ,lean lslwell, Markowski, Frank Szewczyk, John Bushner, john Dougherty, Wil-
Shitley Brooks, Sarah Payne, Mrs. Record. Third Row: Thomas liam Liddle, Larry Kelly.
Riggall, Catherine Field, Joyce Dunning, Edith Wightman, Lois
Team captains Hester Hamilton and Priscilla Smith the-tk stationery orders.
George, the rrnaioruioil mod:-I, is t-xanninetl hy l..rrry Kelly, Hes' Chetkinu the store alter .t howling game are Lois Owens, lrene
ter Hamilton, Slmron XXl"hipple, XX"illi.tm l.nldle .ind lohn Gal- Chureh, Surah Payne and Ruth Ann Williams.
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Christmas party refreshments are enjoyed by Mr. Gourley
and the freshman class.
Kuder Preference Tests are taken by freshmen to determine what George, the anf'-r0mica1m0dCl,makeS bi0108Y m0YC infer'
their interests are. estmg to these freshmen.
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First Row, left to right: Robert Anderson, Donald Brooks, Philip
Tucker, Way'ne Stocker, Leland Cardner, Paul Lee, Jack Houghton,
Leo Woodcock. Second Row: Norma Jean Wilkinson, Javene
Young, Donna Shutts, Deanna Dodge, Jane FitzSimmons, Helen
Crane, Louise Mennig, jean Whitney, Mr. Gourley. Third Row:
Sharon Joslin, Barbara Tucker, joan Fredericks, Beverly Ames,
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June Roberts, Claudine Weed, Anne Kellum, Sharon Matteson,
Myrtle Campbell. Fourth Row: Edward Jones, Wayne Smith,
LaVerne Lillie, Richard Everlith, Raymond Hamilton, Gerald
Szewczyk. Fifth Row: Irving Seamon, Raymond Davis, Malcolm
Stewart, Frank Markowski, Harris Shay.
First Row, left to right: Allen Morton, Franklin Hilts, Leonard Mr. Nash. Third Row: David Newell, Terrence Lodor, Janice
Tomlinson, Peter Korzeniewski, Russell Littlefield, Robert Gerbig, Helen Berry, Eleanor Bastian, Sharon Denny, Dianne
Sherhurne, George Fearon, John Sterle. Second Row: Monica Hagmann, Wayne Brown, -lack Gallup. Fourth Row: David
jones, Mary Lou Brooks, Sharon Church, Ruth Ann Choate, Long, Carl Sandberg, Anthony Ogrydziak, Paul Eiholzer, Mel-
Joan Smith, Dorothy Field, Donna janovsl-cy, Carol Curtis, vin Pitchford, Holace Smith.
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The chairmen for the hake sale in various towns recording
salts irc Helen Crane, .lean Whitney, Sharon Joslin,
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Freshman class secretary, Dianne llngmttnn, reads a report to Ray
Hamilton, president: -lean XXfhitncy, vite-president, and Allan Assistance from Dr. Nash is received by Raymond Davis while
Morton, treasurer. others await their turn at the Freshman Christmas party.
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Units of measure are demonstrated by Paul Bush, George Everson, Robert
Gallup and David Hatch.
Virginia Evans passes out reading guidance books for eighth grade book
Eighth grade class officers Betty Temple, treasurer, Mar-
garet Beach, vice-presidentg Carole Isbell, secretary, and
Claud Weaver, president, assemble before the library door.
First Row, left to right: George Everson, David Hatch, Harlow
White, Lacy Roberts, Paul Bush, William Gallup, Robert Gal-
lup, Roderick Baker. Second row: Barbara Nickel, Eunice
Parmeter, Ellen Brown, Viola Arnst, Ruth Ann Morton, Betty
Temple. Carole Isbell, Judith Crane, Mr. Dodge. Third Row: ,-46..
William Smith, Virginia Evans, Margaret Beach, Ruth Owens
Nancy Vaillancourt, Catherine Sandberg, Harry Wootton.
Fourth Row: Lester Sabine, Ronald Everlith, Claude Weaver
First Row, left to right: LaMont Clark, Richard Tanner, Rich- ginia Crossway, Mabel Parmeter, Barbara Newton, Dorothy
ard Baker, Philip Johnson, William Smith, Leonard Jones, Weir, Mr. Vaughan. Third Row: Robert Sterle, Betty Mead,
Ronald Brooks, Kenneth Rifenburg. Second Row: Catherine Mary Lou Smith, jean Miller, Arlene Church, Linda Suther-
Ford, Nancy Stoker, Elizabeth Wilcox, Enid Whipple, Vir- land, jo Ann Horan, Carol North, Mary Parker, Richard Berry.
Eighth gade class officers are: Carol North, treasurer, Mary Parker, secre
tary, Linda Sutherland, vice-president, Philip johnson, president.
The Christmas party refreshments are enjoyed by Mabel Par- The junior high basketball team includes, kneeling: Richard Berry,
meter, Linda Sutherland, Virginia Crossway, Jo Ann Horan and David Newell and Claude Weaver. Standing are: Philip johnson,
Arlene Church, Bernard Gerbig and Lacy Roberts.
First Row, left to right: Benjamin Wightman, Harry Riggall,
Morgan Davis, Carl Houghton, Richard Griffiths, Ronald Griffin,
Frederick Brooks,.James Williams. Second Row: Deena Bush,
Julia FitzSimmons, Agnes Mason, Lynda White, Katherine Way-
and, Harriett Hoffman, Carolyn Smith, Mrs. Dorrance. Third
Row: Kristine Blixt, Onalee Olcott, Janice Janovsky, Sharon Jones,
Priscilla Stevenson, Josephine Herboldt, Elaine Owens, Janice
Dorrance, Marilyn Bidwell, Patricia Beagle, Penelope Roeller,
Nancy Hatch. Fourth Row: John Koehler, Kenneth Franklin,
Merton Suits, Martin McCumber, Robert Meyers, Elmer DeGroat,
Donald Brown, Dale Russ, Richard Baker, Lester Strong.
Student Council president, Robert Roberts, awards the Jun-
ior High Scholarship plaque to Penelope Roeller, president
of seventh grade, 230.
Seventh grade 218, class officers conferring in the locker Trimming the Chflsfmas UCC fOr their WNY are Cafl Houghton, John
room are: Penelope Roeller, president, Agnes Mason, Koehler and Pmmlla Stevenson'
secretaryg and Lynda White, vice-president.
Wallpaper designs are made by seventh graders Gerald Pen- A film strip on the "Constitution" is shown to the seventh grade
ner, Earl Bennett, Sharon Jones and Marilyn Bidwell. social studies class.
First Row, left to right: Wayne Matteson, Lewis jones, Wil-
liam Smith, Robert Diable, Michael Doroshenko, Robert Mar-
kowski, Herbert Winkler, jerry Saunders, David DePuy. Sec-
ond Row: Karen Hauck, Doris Brown, Gloria Arnst, Dorothy
Penner, Sylvia Wootton, Carolyn Matteson, Janice Chilson,
Gail March, Ellen Lyndon, Deborah Smith, Mrs. Drake. Third
Row: Helen Vaillancourt, Linda Campbell, Beverly Failing,
Marilyn Brower, Beverly Hall, Mary Lee, Harriet Hamilton
Susan Reese, Donalyn Laraway, Kathleen Cobb. Fourth Row
Daniel Lawyer, Leighton Bookhout, Eugene Russ, Earl Ben
nerr, David Shutts, Donald Bidwell. Fifth Row: Benson Mur
ray, Willford Webb, Lewis Miller.
Class officers Janice Chilson, secretary, jerry Saunders, pre5i.
dent, and Lewis jones, vice-president, confer in the library.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Gerald Robbins, Robert Chesnutt,
David Chandler, Ralph Chapman. Walter Markowski, Douglas
Davis, Donald Weaver, Howard Wilkinstun, Richard Ames, David
Brooks. Second row: Shirley Roberts, Rosemary Doroshenlco,
Audrey Anderson, Sandra jones, Golria Littlefield, Shirley Baker,
Marca Roeller, Donna Smith, Mrs. Willianls. Third row: Eugene
Rifenburg, David Brower, Shirley Temple, Janice Brown, james
Dorgan, Wilma Jones, Carolyn Heisler, -lean Wilscnn Charles
Campbell, Joseph Russ. Fourth row: Robert Davis, David Ginney,
Anita Choate, Crystal Gips, Wfayne Ogrydziak, Douglas Cronk.
A fraction wheel helps Gloria Littlefield and Wilma Jones to learn fracti
Pictures of Italy are shown to Anita Choate, Shirley Roberts, Earl
Nourse and Marca Roeller by Robert Davis.
The library shelf proves interesting to Douglas Cronk, Rosalie
Korzeniewski and Audrey Anderson.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Edward Jones, Richard McKee, Paul
Winkler, William Bastian, Richard Hawley, George Batcak, Fred-
erick Riggall, William Herring. Eugene Ford, John Doane. Second
row: Sandra Hoose, Carol Hockridge. Marjorie Bushnell, Carolyn
Suits, Susan Olmstead, Patricia Drake, Catherine Earl, Marjorie
-Iakway, Mr. Goewey. Third row: Lawrence Markowski, James
Church, Carol Crossway, Kathleen Evans, Maeve Huntley, Mary
Galbreath, Jacqueline McLaren, Roxanne Streeter, Linda Crumb,
Samuel jones, Raymond Wart. Fourth row: john Deveny, Elwyn
Jones, Thomas Timmons, David Dodge, Douglas McLaren, Wil-
liam Oakley, Robert Matteson, ,Ierald Newell, Theodore Cossitt,
Fifth grade pupils participate in a class discussion.
. Hanging up Halloween masks made as one of their art projects are: Current events become more significant to David Dodge, Lawrence
Mary Galbreath, Samuel Jones, Patricia Drake and Sandra Hoose. Markowski, john Doane and Maeve Huntley by using the World
Book for background material.
Sandra Clark reads a story to Mary Oakley, Sharon Taylor and
Rosalee Streeter in literature class.
Mr. Edkin instructs fourth graders in painting from art stations.
Paul Lyndon and Ronald Bush locate South
America on the new globe in social studies
FIRST ROW, left to right: Amy Gail Suits, janet Hatch, Mrs.
Young, Sally Shutts, Elizabeth Miles. Second row: Bettye johnson,
Karen Chesnutt, Rosalee Streeter, Dirinda Howlett, Maior Conklin.
Donald Pugh, Rebecca Way. Third row: Paul Lyndon, Sondra
Dutton, Mary Oakley, Ronald Bush, Roger Hatch, Charles Gay-
lord. Fourth row: janet Roberts, Sharon Taylor, Sandra Clark.
Fractions are learned with the aid of colored paper squares hy "Tuhhy the Tuba" provides listening enjoyment for Miss
Kenneth Mullenax, Keith jones and Maureen Horan. Schau's fourth grade music.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Wilkinscun, Fenton Groves,
Thomas Rodda, Kenneth Mullenax, Steven Hoffman, Gerald
Jones, john Baker, Keith Jones, Francis Riorden. Second row:
Mrs. Meurant, Tonya Curtis, Sharon Smith, Sandra Clark, Con-
stance Stevenson, Johnene Carswell, Mary Burcalr, Sylvia Hatch,
Miss Lane. Thirl row: Marilvn ones. Maureen Horan, Vireina . . , . . .
L ' 'l ' 1 A New England fishing village is lwuilr by Tonya Curtis, Tc-rr3
Church, Margaret Davis, Janice Roberts. Helen jones. Carol Gips ' ' i
Veronica Thayer Ethel Amman K' Gips, Connie Stevenson and Virginia Church.
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Pioneer life becomes real as Frederick Cossitr,
Isaiah Worden, Katherine Howell and William
Earl learn how to dip candles.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Ralph Brume, Dale Jones, Robert
Warham, Frederick Cossitt, David Holbert, John Herring, Isaiah
Worden, Dann Chandler, Robert Howlett. Second row: Mildred
Eiholzer, Rebecca Streeter, Kitty Roeller, Pamela Huntley Sandra
Lee, Virginia Warner, Janice Wayand, Cornelia Dodge, Joan
Drake, Mrs. jones. Third row: Reese Davis, William Earl, John
Bradlick, Jack Cramer, Donald Roher, LeRoy Church.
Reese Davis, LeRoy Church and Jack Cramer build a pioneer The Halloween party is a big day in the life of a third grader.
log cabin while joan Drake assembles furniture for the interior
FIRST ROW, left to rightzhlohn Nickel. Charles Rivenburgh
Peter Doroshenko, Donald Ames, Ronald Hedger, Philip Grovesl
Eugene Morris, Philip Jenks. Second row: Mrs. Davis, Diana Clark,
Jo Ann Suits, Joyce Way, Ella Mae Miles, Cheryl Woodcock
Mary Linda Stevens, Patricia Roher, Catherine Hoose, Miss Eugene
Third row: Patricia Roberts, Karen Riebesell, Jackie White
james jones, John Smith, Margaret Crumb. Lynn Butler.
Singing about the Ten Little Kittens is more fun with motions
as proved by the third graders.
Prizes for the funniest and prettiest costumes
at the Halloween party were given to Eugene
Morris and Diana Clark.
Indian drums bring the era of the Indians close to third graders in
Mrs. Davis room.
A turkey begins to take shape as David jones, Rose
Heisler, Raymond Curtis and Raymond Crossway
draw at the easel.
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FIRST ROW, left to right? David jones, Raymond Cross-
way, Thomas Hatch, Robert Holbert, Daniel Beach, Joseph
Bono, Stanley McKee, Ralph Newell. Second row: jill
Hamilton, Linda Schurer, Georgena Dalrymple, Sharon
Sussman, Nancy Robinson, Margaret Timmons, Susan
Johnson, Bonna Butler, Rose Heisler, Mrs. Washbon.
Third row: Paul Sawyer, Raymond Curtis, Dennis Olm-
stead, John Carswell, Nancy Clark, Naomi Rodda, Sue
Brown, Donna Smith, Lynn Bennett, Patricia Dorgan.
The Halloween PHYIY Pf0VidC5 3 life?-I deal Of fxfiwmwf for Small reading classes give these second graders a better chance to
Second Sfadffs- understand what they read.
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The thermometer proves to be an interest-
ing and instructive tool as Diane Mosher
learns how to tell the temperature of water.
FIRST ROW, left to right: George Kent, Stephen Grif-
fiths, William Carter, Thomas Doane, Ralph Brower,
Thomas Gourley, David Bush, Thomas Sawyer, Gary
Valerio. Second row: Nancy Evans, Diane Mosher, Joyce
Brume, Linda Winkler, Gwendlyon Hughes, Rita Hedger,
"Mi: Bones" gives Gary Valerio a ride as George Kent,
jeffrey Crandall, Susan Korzeniewski look on and Joyce
Brume gives him an apple.
Albert Beck, James Mennig, Susan Korzeniewski, Mrs.
Dodge. Third row: Sharon Suits, Louise Field, jeffry
Crandall, Ruth Heisler, Carol Smith, Nancy jones, Ruth
Ann Duffy, Eileen Mullenax, Neil Owens.
Spelling words are given a new twist by Jeffrey Crandall as he
bounces them out with a ball.
Feeding the goldfish and turtle are: Mary Marshall, John Riebesell
and Stephen Oswald.
Arithmetic becomes more meaningful as Christine Jones, Robert
Davis and Larry Jenks count pumpkin seeds by tens.
FIRST ROW, left to right: James Hatch, John Clark, Richard
Warham, Douglas Hoose, Carl lsbell, Paul Pike, Stephen Groves.
Second row: Lincla Phillips, Dawn Roberts, Mariland Curtis,
Sandra Beagle, Carl. Woodcock, Jerrold Pashley, Robert Davis,
Timothy Laraway, Sandra Harrington, Mary Marshall, Miss Butler.
Third row: Way'ne Edkin,'Nancy Hawley, Christine Jones, Larry
Jenks, John Riebesell, Margaret Hildreth, Betsy Matthias. Fourth
row: Michael Allen, Gary Gardner, Linda Watt, Edward Golas,
Michael Schlehr, Frederick Allen, Margaret Owens.
The beanbag game comes to school to help Betsy Matthias, Edward
Golas, Carl Wcnoclcock and Nancy Hawley learn their numbers.
Indian braves Walter Cobb, Robert Cramphin, Kim
Sutherland and Ronald Crandall enjoy the Indian
teepee made by Eaton grades three and four.
The Peterboro food projects bulletin board is added to
by Donald Cardner and Nancy Neville while Margaret
Brown looks on.
Christmas presents are made for their mothers by Patricia Perry, james Cur-
V tis and Richard Evans at Eaton.
An erector set and building blocks keep Beth Dorrance, Sandra Baltusnik,
William Martin and James Loveless busy during noon hour in Peterboro
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Snowflakes are made by Eaton third and fourth graders, Richard Stoddard,
Phyllis Honsinger, Linda Vfootton and Mark Brown.
Iames Whirford, William Whitford and Bruce Stratton buy food
from Paul Schroer in the Eaton "Super Market."
Joan Shaver points out New York City to members of her fifth
grade social studies class at Peterboro.
A group of kindergarteners make clay colleges.
Norma Schurer, William Judd, Deborah Goewey and Linda Paul Crandall, Dorrie Golas, Barbara Plumer and Robert Suits
Tainter enjoy books at the reading corner. observe goldfish and a parakeet at the pct corner.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Raymond Hedger, Richard Lent, Galen bara Plumer, Lynne Marshall, Gloria Eiholzer, Mrs. Palmer. Third
Hamilton, john Holborn, john Goutley, Paul Crandall, William row: Frederick Crane, Linda Tainter, Robert Stevens, Shonna
Butler, Daniel Coe. Second row: Miss Auerbach, Diane Jones, Weaver, Clarissa Field, Roy Gardner, Norma Schurer, Mary Field,
john Rodda, Robert Suits, Dorric Golas, Deborah Goewey, Bar- Linda Thayer, William Judd.
Eric Howard and Daniel Gips build a log cabin.
Kathy Kent and Gloria Mosher play with the miniature doll
Left to right: Wayne jones, Dale Smith, Santlra Wright, Kathryn
Jones and Charles Zimmerman prepare jello for their classmates.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Emmitt Bidwell, Wayne Jones, Eric
Howard, Donald Warham, Daniel Gips, James Lee, Charles
Zimmerman, Russell Smith. Second row: Miss Auerbach, Janet
Brown, Theresa Lee, George Anderson, john Anderson. Gloria
Mosher, Sandra Wright, Mrs. Palmer. Third row: Dawn Pugh,
Nancy Waite, Kathryn Jones, john MacPherson, Dale Smith,
Irene Kent, Kathy Kent,
First Row, left to right: Edwin Baker, james Smith, James Gallup, nison, joan Shaver, Miss johnson. Third Row: Harold Baker,
George Hewitt, James Stoker, Darwin DeGroat, Howard Tucker, Raymond Brown, William Brooks, Louise Baltusnik, Carole Tucker,
Ernest Vaillancourt. Second Row: Corinne Joslin, Gail Shay, janet Mary White, Richard McNamara, Leslie Griffin, Gary Long, Mi-
Failing, Donna Wright, Dorice Bennett, Donna Diable, Joan Den- chael Gerbig. Absent: Rose Lillie, Carol Strong.
Sfluafe dancin? during, the noon hour .15 an enlowble Daily work envelopes, in which are kept an accumulation of the year's work,
winter noon hour activity for the third and fourth are displayed by the peterbom Sixth grade.
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First Row, left to right: Tony Johnson, Milton Dennison, Paul Sharon Dorrance, Marie Ellis, Myrtle Gallup, Barbara Spaulding
Stoker, George Smith, Donald Joslin, Paul Martin, Paul Palmer, Third row: Paul Barrels, Darwin Diable, Donna Dorrance, Pam-
Emile Vaillancourt, Roger Hauck. Second Row: Mrs. Richards, ela Barrels, Mary Gerbig, Marilyn Warner, Phyllis Brooks, Sharon
Mary Neville, Genevieve Bounds, Thelma Tucker, Delores Wright, Vaillancourt, Eugene Mennig, Leon Berry.
First row left to right: Thomas Strong, Arthur Tayntor, Henry Brown, Debra Brewer, jean Brownell, Linda Diable, Doris Vail-
Grabow,,Donald Wright, Thomas Gallup, Raymond Griffin, lancourt, Brenda Allen. Third row: Woodrow Miller, Richard
james Failing, Ronald Olcott. Second row: Mrs. jones, Margaret Richardson, Edith Vaill-ancourt, Barbara Brooks, Nancy Brownell,
Clara Bush, Nancy Neville, Donald Cardner, Leonard Allen.
A woods mural is painted for their room by third graders Una Smith and June Frank give the characters from their "Alice and
Thomas Strong, Woodrow Miller, Harriet Diable, Debra jerry" book a home in the doll house while Margaret Hurley and David
Bewer and Raymond Griffin. Brown examine a nature study exhibit.
First Row, left to right: William Colvin, Robert Chairs, Harold
Allen, Harry Roberts, james Loveless, William Martin. Second
Row: Mrs. Ellis, Eva Wheeler, Dianne Stewart, Mary Spaulding,
Sandra Baltusnik, Una Smith, Margaret Bounds, Beth Dorrance.
Third Row: Alfred Hewitt, George Bounds, Jack Allen, Jane
Frank, Michael Riley, Sandra Parmeter, Richard Tucker, David
Brown, Samson Shay.
First Row, left. to right: Glen Frank, Arlin Bartlett, Dennis Kathy Shaver, Mrs. Smith. Third Row: Roger Wright, Steven
Brown, Fred Richardson, Robert Ward, Robert Hewitt. Second Griffin, Harriet Diable, Diane DeGroat, Fern Shay, Roger
Row: Imogene Logan, Hope Griffin, Merry Frank, Arluine Gerbig, Frederick Vaillancourt.
Ellis, Arlene Gtabow, Constance Wheeler, Sharman Everlirh,
Kindergarten pupils learn to keep time in their rhythm band. The West Eaton pupils listen intently as Mrs. Wattles reads
"The Night Before Christmas."
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First Row, left to right: Mrs. Wattles, Margaret DeLand, Wil- Second Row: Fay Johnston, Albert Smith, Marie Dunning, Jera-
liam Creeg. Susan DeLand, Robert Herboldt, Paul DeLand. lyn Brown, Margaret Herboldt, Leon Tayntor, August Herboldt.
First Row, left to right: Kathleen Niles, Beverly Hilts, Linda Stoddard, Sandra Smith, Carole Schroer, Margaret Cramphin,
Wootton, Marilyn Lodor, Mildred Perry, Phyllis Honsinger, Eugene Sutherland, James Sterle. Third Row: Carl Hagmann,
Mark Brown, Eugene Tomlinson, Harold King, Mrs. Howard. Frank Smith.
Second Row: William Witchley, LaVerne Elmer, Richard
Jean Sterle, Robert- Lowe, Linda Curtis and Shirley Sher- Looking over the relics from the pioneer age are James Sterle, Carole
burne paint an Indian scene in connection with their study Schroer, Margaret Cramphin, Carl Hagmann, Eugene Tomlinson and
of Indians. Beverly Hilts.
First Row, left to right: Shirley Sherburne, jane Chamberlain, Sandra Perry, Carlene Hill, Linda Curtis, Gwen Hill, Robert
,lean Sterle, Elaine Niles, Lyman Campbell, Kim Sutherland, Lowe, Walter Cobb.
Miss Wall. Second Row: Ronald Crandall, Robert Cramphin, -65-
First Row, left to right: William Whitford, Joan Peckham, mick, james Whitford, Mary Clinger, Melvin Spurling, Wil
Lonnie Hill, Bruce Sauer, Linda Spurling, Sharon Holmes, liam Denny. Third Row: Roger Sawyer, Ray Simmons, Mar
Catherine Lodor, Patricia Simmons, Miss Payne. Second Row: vin- Holmes. Bruce Stratton, Paul Schroer, James Harris.
Garel Stcrnberg, Michael Brown, Judy Sawyer, Jesse McCor-
Joan Peckham and Patricia Simmons use the sound chart to Siesta time comes for kindergarten children and all is well.
enlarge their vocabularies.
FIRST RUW, left to right: Brian Hill, lnmes Curtis. Peter Baker. Hamilton. THIRD RUXV: Leona DeLand, Teresa Sterle, Mary
Rig-lmartl Evans, SECOND IKOW: lairtyl l--larringgton, Sally Roller, Curtis, Wayne Brown, Jarncs Kogut, jackson Sretle, Karen Up-
Malaine Sternlwerg, Thomas Szewczyk, Charles Clinger, Douglas foltl, Sandra Brown.
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Claudine Weed. Standing: Patricia Roundy, Hester Hamilton, joy
Dunning, Miss Blaclcmar, Ina Baker, Ruth Ann Morton.
The operation of a slide projector is shown to Lee Winkler, Ken. Favors for rhglibl-31-iang' banquet are made by members
neth Franklin and Harry Riggall by Augustus Foster. of the Library Club.
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Dougherty, Howard Lyndon, Robert Carter, Richard DePuy. r C Ll
Standing: LaMont Clark, Richard Tanner, Harold Neville, Mr.
Behnk, Bruce Dutton, Kenneth Rifenburg, William Gallup. -69,
SEATED, left to right: Brian Shutts, Ann Fearon, Robert Roberts,
Norene Smith, Mr. Behnk. Second row: Judith Crane, Hester
Hamilton, Deanna Wilkinson, Daisy jo Morrison, Evan Jones,
Neil Coe, Margaret Pratt, Connie Evans, Priscilla Stevenson.
Third row: Wayne Matteson, Robert Sterle, john Galbreath,
Gerald Szewczyk, Thomas Davis.
student coun il
jonathan Allen seconds the nomination of a Citizens
of Democracy candidate.
The Student Council opened the school year with two polit-
ical parties, the Citizens of Democracy and the Mecsicans. These
parties drew up a slate of officers, a party platform and cam.
paigned until election. The officers elected within the Council
included Robert Roberts, presidentg Ann Fearon, vice-president,
Norene Smith, secretary-treasurer.
The fundamental duties of the Council are to review activ
ities and examine them before accepting any, to set up anc
sponsor assembly programs. and to carry on student government
Through the sale of individual pictures and ball point pens
the Council was able to sponsor five paid assemblies throughou
The council attempts to encourage scholarship and participa
tion by awarding a scholarship plaque to the class with the highes
scholastic average at the end of each quarter. They also awarc
scholarship pins to students whose names regularly appear on thi
honor roll, and sponsor the annual awards luncheon in June tt
recognize student participation in all phases of school life.
Other responsibilities accepted by the Student Council arc
the supervision of the noon-hour study halls, supervision of thc
juke box for dancing, and the construction of a student handbook
One of the highlights of the year was a Christmas party for the
members at the home of Mr. Behnk, the Council adviser.
Stuart Burleson and Frank Szewczyk campaign
170.4 during assembly.
Seated, left to right: John Campbell, james Bish0PP, Harriet
Sprague, Beverly Brooks, Patricia Miller, Dawn Everlith.
Standing: Margaret Pratt, joan Saunders, Genevieve Mar-
kowski, Grover Jaeger, Grace Brown, Jean Ames, jo Howard,
Deanna Wilkinson, Brian Shutts, Robert Roberts.
A yearbook is a one-edition memory book. To have
a superior yearbook depends primarly upon the planning.
As the finished book reflects the care given it by the
staff, careful and early planning were necessary.
The major purpose of the yearbook is recording the
school year. It serves to record the history of events and
the important facts concerning them.
Other purposes that a yearbook must serve are to give
an opportunity for the expression ,of student talent and
ability, and to help promote good public relations for the
school. By providing the opportunity for student expression,
the yearbook can serve as one of the most modern teach-
This year's yearbook was an entirely new endeavor,
and it is hoped that the colored division pages and the
hard cover will add to the attractiveness and durability of
Yearbook covers are selected by Sybil Wightman, Jean Jo Howard, James Bishopp, Harriet Sprague, John Camp-
AIHCS, John Campbell and Jafk Hawley HS FhCY 2-9S6f1'1blC bell, Grover Jaeger and Beverly Brooks assemble page
around editor-in-chief, Harriet Sprague. 7 copy for the l955 Amariah.
KNEELING, left to right: Margaret Markowski, Jean Isbell, Paul I-CC, Neil COC, Mallfeffl SQWYC13 1-C011 Sfefle- Third 1'0W1
Shirley Sternburg. First row: Philip Tayntor, jean Wliitney, Ma1'JlafC1SP1'agUf?- Rflheff Shefhuffler John DCVCUY, David Bf00k5r
Beverly jones, Myrtle Campbell, Ruth Ann Williams, Sharon Bevefll' Hall, DClD0ff1h Smith, CHSil'Hif M21fk0WSki, .leahheffe D0-
Whipple, Donna Shurrs, Barbara Tucker, Diane Hagmann, Eleanor PHY, Pefef K0fZCUieW5kl- Ffaflk Mf'fk0W5lfli RlCh2fd Gfiffifhi
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Hal-i-ici Sprague, Daisy jo Morrison, Ann Fear-On, Sarah Payne, Edvivjard jones, Holace Smith, Mr. Meurant, Grace Brown, Richard
The hand marches in Eaton at the Memorial Day parade. Majorettes lead the band at Eaton in the Memorial Day parade.
Mr. Meurant directs the pep band during a football game. giiiozend also marched at the Madison Fourth of July cele-
Sarah Payne pauses for breath in her music lesson.
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Majorettes are, left to right: Slhirley Sternberg, Beeda Taylor,
Margaret Markowski and Jeanne Isbell.
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SEATED, left to right: Donald Brown, jack Houghton, Priscilla Stevenson, Dorothy Penner,
JoAnn Horan, Janice janovsky, Robert Markowski. Second tow: Samuel jones, Richard
Griffiths, David Brooks, Beverly Hall. Deborah Smith, Lawrence Markowski, Douglas
Cronl-t, john Doane, David DePuy. Third row: Gerald Fenner, John Deveny, Douglas
McLaren, Elaine Owens, David Dodge, David Shutts, Carlton Harvey. Fourth row: Mr.
Meurant, David Brower, William Oakley.
First Row, left to right: Connie Evans, Beverly Brooks, Ellen sl-ry, Gloria Littlefield, Sarah Payne, Evan jones, Paul Lee, Neil
Brown, Janice Dorrance, Leon Sterle, Maureen Sawyer, Harriet Coe, Russell Littlefield, john Deveny, Robert Sherburne, Mar-
SPl'2lg1lC,,lC3fl Whitney. Second ROWS MYIUC C0-IT1Pl39l1, Rich- garet Sprague, Peter Korzeniewski, Casimir Markowski, jean-
ard Tanner, Kristine Blixt, Marilyn Brower, Dianne Hagmann, nette DePuy. Standing: Richard DePuy, Linda Poole, Mr.
Philip Tayntor, Daisy Jo Mrrison, Ann Fearon, Harriet Hoff- Meuranr, Edward Jones, Holace Smith.
man, David Brower. Third Row: Carol Curtis, Donna Janov-
sectional all-state participants
First Row, left to right: Paul Lee, Philip Tayntor, Dianne Hag- DePuy, Evan Jones, Donna jones, Margaret Sprague, Ann Fcaron
mann, Connie Evans, Myrtle Campbell, Maureen Sawyer, Leon Daisy jo Morrison.
Sterle. Second Row: Edward Jones, Jean Whitney, Jeannette
Kneeling, left to right: jean Isbell, Beeda Taylor, Sarah Payne,
Margaret Markowski, Shirley Sternberg. First Row: Janice Dor-
rance, Deena Bush, Mary Lou Smith, Mary Lee, Peggy Beech
Arlene Church, Linda Sutherland, Mabel Parmeter, JoAnn Horan
Gail March, Judy Crane. Second Row: jean Miller, Viola Arnst,
Betty Temple, Mary Parker, Monica Jones, Carole Isbell, Mary
Lou Brooks, Sharon Church, Anne Kellum, Louise Mennig, Agnes
Mason. Third Row: Elaine Owens, Betty Mead, Helen Smith,
Linda Campbell, Patricia Roundy, Ellen Brown, Karen Hauck,
Ellen Lyndon, Ruth Owens, Catherine Sandberg, Ina Baker.
Shown before the curtain opened for their Christmas con-
cert is rhe senior chorus.
Seated, left to riht: Connie Evans, Ann Fearon, Beverly
Brooks, Richard Tanner, Leon Sterle, Jean Whitney. Stand-
ing: Mr. Meurant, Sarah Payne.
SEATED, left to right: Ruth Ann Williams, Jean Doyle, Barbara
Jones, Norene Smith, Donna Jones, Margaret Markowski, Helen
Crane. Second row: Donna Janovsky, Beverly Ames, Sharon
Denny, Sharon Vfhipple, Javene Young, Sharon Church, Jo
Howard, Joy Dunning, Miss Schau. Third row: Claudine Weed,
Helen Smith, Janice Gerbig, Eleanor Bastian, Hester Hamilton,
Ruth Ann Choate, Sharon Matteson.
SEATED, left to right: Joan Smith, Joyce Dunning, Grace Brown,
Sharon Joslin, Sharon Carswell, Dorothy Field, Jacqueline Chilson,
Deanna Dodge, Carol Curtis, Norma Jean Wilkinson. Second row:
Deanna Wilkinson, Connie Evans, Helen Berry, Joan Fredericks,
Jane FitzSimmons, Eileen Grey, Jean Carter, Patricia Miller,
Maureen Sawyer, Linda Poole, Harriet Sprague, Barbara Tucker.
Third row: Daisy Jo Morrison, Catherine Field, Beverly Brooks,
Patricia Rifcnburg, Ann Fearon, Beeda Taylor, Jean Ames, Sarah
Payne, Margaret Pratt, Priscilla Smith.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Earl Bennett, David DePuy, Martin
McCumber, Merton Suits, Carl Houghton, Harry Riggall, Gerald
Penner, Benjamin Wightman, Benson Murray, Lewis Jones, John
Koehler, Daniel Lavsyer, Kenneth Franklin. Second row: Miss
Schau, Deena Bush, Carole Isbell, Enid Whipple, Jo Ann Horan,
Virginia Crossway, Peggy Beach, Barbara Nickel, Ruth Owens,
Elaine Owens, Nancy Vaillancourt. Third row: Eunice Parmeter,
Caroline Matteson, Donalyn Laraway, Harriet Hamilton, Betty
Temple, Viola Arnst, Beverly Hall, Agnes Mason, Julia Fitz-
Simmons, Ellen Lyndon, Onalee Olcott, Virginia Evans, Sharon
Jones, Gail March. Fourth row: Penelope Roeller, Deborah Smith,
Janice Janovsky, Ruth Ann Morton, Katherine Wayand, Lynda
White, Gloria Arnst, Dorothy Penner, Catherine Sandburg,
Marilyn Bidwell, Judith Crane, Mary Lee, Janice Chilson, Caroline
Smith, Patricia Beagle.
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William Ginney and Roger Ginney
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Groves, Mr. Vaughan. Second row: George Riggall, Thomas Rig-
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William Liddle, Bruce Dutton, jonathan Allen, Theodore Isbell.
Standing: Howard Lyndon, Thomas Davis, Coach Ruppert, John
Galbreath, Spencer Matteson, Kenneth Woodcock, Philip Tayntor,
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Theodore Isbell in batting practice.
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Howard Lyndon, John Galbreath, William Liddle and Spencer
Matteson at pepper practice.
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Playing eight man football for the first time this year,
the Crimson Warriors, under their new coach, Clarence
McIntyre, again took second place in the Chemadon League.
There was a total of 171 points rnade this season. Of
these 27 touchdowns, Larry Kelly made 18, Wayne Groves
5, Spencer Matteson 2 and John Galbreath, 5.
The team will lose only three players from graduation,
these being Robert Roberts, John Campbell and Grover
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Mclntyre for a good luck handshake before
raking the field.
Neil Coe receives a center snap from Evan
Co-captains Robert Roberts and Larry Kelly look over a new play
with Coach Mclntyrre.
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FIRST ROW, left to right: john Galbreath, Spencer Matteson,
Wayne Groves, Larry Kelly, John Campbell, Evans Jones, Robert
Roberts, Neil Coe. Second row: Coach Mclntyre, Richard DePuy,
Malcolm Stewart, Stuart Burleson, Frank Szewczyk, Grover
Jacer, Howard Lyndon, Thomas Davis, Augustus Foster, Third
row: Paul Lee, Holace Smith, Philip Taynton, Gerald Szewczyk,
William Liddle, Leland Bookhout, Edward jones, john Dougherty.
FIRST RO'W, left to right: Bruce Dutton, john Galbreath, ert Roberts, Willirtm Litltllc, Stuart Burleson, Richard De-
Brian Shutts, Larry Kelly, Spencer M21EECSlJH,.lilllD Dougher- Puy, Coach McIntyre.
ty. SECOND ROW: Merton Barrels, D2vi.l Perry, Rob-
Gerald Szewczylc is all alone as. he An attempt at blocking Larry
Larry Kelly taps the rebound of a lays one up for two more points Kclly's Shot is triccl by a South
foul shot from a Valley opponent. against South Otsclic. -84- Otstrlit' player.
SEATED, left to right: Jo Howard, Ann Fearon, lean Ames,
Slorene Smith, Miss Becker. Standing: Dawn Everlith, Jacqueline
Ihilson, Hester Hamilton, Sarah Payne, Donna janovsky, Grace
The officers elected for the Girls Athletic Association
for the year were Jean Ames, presidentg Ann Fearon, vice-
president-treasurerg Norene Smith, secretary, and Jo How-
ard, senior board member.
The first project of the G.A.A. was selling refreshments
at the home football games. Closing the fall season the
G.A.A. sponsored a Festival of Sports dance with football
and hockey teams as guests of honor.
Food for Thanksgiving baskets was collected and dis-
tributed to needy families, after the Thanksgiving assembly.
Refreshments were also sold at the -home basketball
One of the biggest projects of the year was the Christmas
party for the little children.
King and Queen of the Fall Festival of Sports dance,
Norenel Smith and Ronald Flinn, are shown after their
corination as candidates Priscilla Smith and joy Dunning
loo on. '
Food for Thanksgiving baskets is brought by grade children during the
G.A.A. members preparing food at a football game are: jean Ames,
jo Howard, Jacqueline Chilson, Donna Janovsky and Ann Fearon.
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Left to right: Harriet Sprague, Sharon. Qhurch, Diane Hag- Ann Fearon, Jeanne Isbell, jo Howard, Donna janovsky, Jean
mann, Priscilla Smith, Norma Jean Vfilkinson, Carol Curtis, Carter, Grace Brown, joan Fredericks, Beverly Ames.
Kneeling, left to right: Diane Hagmann, Grace Brown, Jean Everlith, Margaret Markowski, Donna jones, Ann Fearon.
Carter, Donna Janovsky, Marie Flinn, Patricia Roundy. Seated: Standing: Javene Young, jo Howard, Marjorie Lent, Miss
Sharon Church, Harrier Svrague, Genevieve Markowski, Dawn Becker, Jeanne Isbell, Lois Owens, Margaret Sprague.
Members of the C.D. Party vote on a motion at the convention in
the library prior to the Student Council election.
Voting for their choices of Student Council members are
John Galbreath, Robert Carter and David Perry while Joy
Dunning and Jeannette DePuy check voting lists.
Eleanor Bastian and jean Ames do a bully
in hockey practice.
Jr. Red Cross representatives, seated, Catherine Sandberg, Neil Coe, Irene
Church, Grace Brown, joan Fredericks, Catherine Wayandg standing, Sharon
Whipple, Arlene Church, Mrs. Dorrance and Beverly Hall work on the
I class lists for the collection of donations.
American Legion orators Margaret Sprague, Ruth Ann Williams, Neil
Coe, Bruce Dutton and Augustus Foster confer with Mr. jenl-is on their
speech entries for the Oratorical Contest.
Drying hydrogen 'gasto obtain chemically pure water is
done in chemistry class by Richard Neville, Jack Hawley
and Robert Owens.
Archery is a pleasant fall after-school activity for Ruth Owens,
Irene Church and Arlene Church.
- Members of the seventh grade basketball team are, kneeling, left to
right: William Smith, Merton Suits, John Koehler, Martin McCum-
ber. Standing: Ronald Griffin, Robert Markowski, jerry Saunders,
Washing the new cooking utensils are the girls from Homemaking II.
Operation of a movie projector is explained to Carl Houghton,
Kenneth Rifenburg and Willford Webb by Harold Neville.
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