Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)
- Class of 1946
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Your unfailing interest and understanding in
helping us to know ourselves and evaluate
our abilities in planning our futures, we
dedicate thistwentg-first edition of the
Myndersian to gou, Mr. Rockwell.
M R. REXFQRD MARK ROCKWELL
Vice-Principal of Mynderse Academy
Proudly stands our glorious Mynderse,
Beautiful to view."
LEFT T0 RIGHT: zWrs. John Mann, Mr. Earl Hilberl, Mr. Frank Knight, Mr. John Brachl, Mr. Thomas Bevins, Mr.
James Romeo, Mr. John Fyfe.
What the citizens of the next generation Will be, our schools of today Will largely determine.
And what the schools are today and tomorrow, our Board of Education largely determines.
In New York State the legislature and the people of various local communities delegate to Boards
of Education the responsibility of insuring that the schools are properly administered in accordance
with state law and local regulations.
There is probably no more important work than that of serving as a School Board member, and
there certainly is no Work which requires greater wisdom, patience, common sense, judgment a11d
devotion to duty.
Boards of Education have as their responsibility a most important, technical and difficult public
business. More money is spent on schools, more people are employed in them, and more people are
affected by them than by any other local and public institution or undertaking.
Every Board member must spend much time in becoming acquainted with his responsibilities,
1. Select, and support in the discharge of his duties, the chief executive officer of the schools.
2. Pass upon the annual budget, and submit same for final approval at the annual school meeting.
3. Pass upon recommendations for buildings, improvements, extensions and readjustments of the
4. Appoint, upon recommendation of the chief executive officer, all principals, teachers and other
5. Determine, after proper analysis and recommendation, the schedule of' all salaries.
6. Approve bills for expenditures, as recommended, for the operation and maintenance of the
7. Approve the adoption of all school textbooks and courses of study as recommended.
8. Consider communications, written or oral, on matters of administration or policy.
9. Visit the schools to observe the efficiency of instruction.
10. Bepresent the needs and progress of the schools to the public at the annual school meeting
and on other appropriate occasions.
Komen! of givlucafion
FRANK PAGE, B.S., M.A.
Alabama Polytechnic Institute
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Superintendent of Schools
Sept. 5-Schools open 8:30 a. m.
Oct. 9-Report cards issued
Oct. 12-Columbus Day
Nov. 12-'Armistice Day observed
Nov. 12-Report cards issued
Nov. 21-Thanksgiving recess be-
gins 3:45 p.n1.
Nov. 26-Schools re-open 8:30
Dec. 18-Report cards issued
Dec. 20-Christmas rccessibegins
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jan. 28-31-Regents' examina-
Feb. 4-Second semester begins
Feb. 5-Report cards issued
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Mar. 5-Report cards issued
Apr. 2-Report cards' issued
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Greetings to the Class of 1946. In your four
short years with us you have established a fine
record, both in and out of the classroom. We
hope that you have also developed ability to
evaluate yourselves in such manner as to en-
able you to make a wise choice in the future
life you will lead. Analyze your abilities, then
make the most of them. Remember that the
world is too busy to bother much about the
fellow who is too lazy to make tl1e most of the
stuff that is in him. The world today, in its
present unsettled state, needs young men and
women with ability in scholarship, citizenship
and leadership. We believe you have these
qualities. Our best wishes go with you for a
Our Seniors and Juniors in the fall of 1946
and 1947 will be directly affected by the peak-
load of veterans going to college. This will also
apply to those who are planning on entering
Business and Industry from High School. The
limits of achievement and purpose within the
groups must necessarily rise above what in the
past l1as proved acceptable. For the younger
groups below the Junior Year this situation
seems likely to maintain for an indefinite period.
Pmeassuring plans, however, point to future
opportunities for higher and a better level of
preparation for more students beyond high
school. A progressive and well-planned pro-
gram, therefore, would seem imperative for all
who can and will avail themselves of the
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1. SCIENCE: Bourdon, Haig, Vogel. 2. GUIDANCE: Rockwell. 3, LANGUAGE ARTS: King, Gompitello, Gibbs, Allen, Seld.
Miller, Shannon, O'Brien. 4. MATHEMATICS! Jacobs, Spencer. 5. SOCIAL sTUDIEs: Smith, Welcher, Gampany, Oliver.
6. HOME ECONOMICS: Cardwell, Simmons.
FRANK W. VOGEI,-B.S., Colgate University: M.S., Syracuse University, Principal of Mynderse Academy, Chemistry.
REXFORD M. ROCKWELL+B.C.S., M.C.S., Rider College, Syracuse University, Vice-Principal of Myrzderse Academy,
Guidance, Social Science.
JULIA H. O'BRIEN-A,B., College of New Rochelle, English Four Years.
LOUISE M. SHANNON+A.B., Syracuse University, English Two and Three.
MARY L. KING+A.B., NVilliam Smith College, English One and Two.
MARGARET ALLEN-A.B., Williarn Smith College, Moravia College for VVomen, Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art,
Cornell University, English One, Dramatics, Public Speaking.
TERESA COMPITELLO-CTCIIGSGO State College, Librarian.
GRACE GIBBS-CTBHGSSO State College, Junior High English.
MARY MlLLEIi+A.B., Albany State Collegeg M.A., Columbia University, Latin, Wrarld H istory.
ANNA SELDgA.B., M.A., New York State College for Teachers, French, Social Studies.
FLORENCE HAIG-AB., Barnard College, Physics, Biology, General Science.
JOHN A. BOURDON-Syracuse University, Plattsburg State Teachers, College, Junior High General Science, Assistant
ESTHEB Fl. SPENCERSAB., Syracuse University, Senior High Mallzematics.
DORIS L. .lACOBSgB.S., Buffalo State Teachers' College, Junior High Matlielnatics.
ENIILY B. SMITH-A.B., Syracuse University: M.A., University of Vllisconsin, Senior United States H islory, Junior
United States History.
LILLIAN OLlVER+A.B., Syracuse University, Junior United States History, World H istory.
HAZEL VVELCIIEIIfBrockport Normal, Junior High Social Studies.
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BIRDENA E. CAMPANY-B.S., Buffalo State Teachers' College, Junior High School Slud ies.
HELEN .l. l'TAMMONDiB.S., Syracuse University: M.A., Northwestern University. Business and Guidance.
MADEl.INE BLOCK-B.S., New York State College for Teachers: Syram-use University, Business and Algebra.
RAYMOND G. BECKER1B.C.S., Plattsburg Normal: Rider, B.S. in Business Administration: M.S. in Education,
Syracuse University, Commercial Subjecls.
SYBIL A. RINIJONE-B.S., Buffalo State Teachers' College: Albright Art School, Ari.
ROBERTA SCHLCJSSER-B.M., Eastman School of Music: NLM., University of Rochester, Supervisor of Vocal Music.
JOHN C. FRASERfB.S., Ithaca College, M.S. in Education, Cornell University, Band and Orchesfra.
VVALLACE SMITH-Mynderse Academy, Slring Inslrumenls.
LUCY A. CARDNYELL-B.S., William Smith College, Home Economics.
DOROTHY SlMMONS+B.S., Syracuse University, Home Economics.
FLORENCE AYDERS4JN'fR.N., Pennsylvania Hospital, Hygiene: School Nurse.
NANCY COFFEX'fli.N., Brooklyn Jewish Hospital, Hygiene, Assislanl School Nurse.
LOIS PONTIUS-D.H., Rochester Dental Dispcnsary, Dental Hygiene.
RUBY J. SMITH1B.S., Ithaca College, Physical Erlucalion.
FRANK COOLEY-B.S., Springheldg M.A., Columbia, Physical Education: Coach.
RAYMOND M. RADTKE-B.S., Buffalo State Teachers, College, Inzluslrial Aris.
VINCENT J. A. DAt'IES-B.S., Oswego State Teachers' College, lnduslrial Arls.
ELAINE BALSLEY-Secrelary, Board of Educalion. .
BETTY SHERMAN-Clerk, lllynderse Academy. I , . f 4, , '
l. BUSINESS: Hammond, Block, Becker. 2. FINE ARTS: Schlosser, Fraser, Rindone. 3. HEALTII AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Smzlh, Coffey, A nflerson, Ponlius, Cooley. 4. INDUSTRIAL ARTS! Davies, Bafllke. 5. OFFICE: Sherman, Balsley.
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Since Senior advisory work starts in
September and ends after graduation, it
is difficult to list the most significant event
of the year at this date in March as we go
to press. To me the greatest experience
each fall is learning to know and to work
with a new group of seniors. So it has been
this year. There has never been a dull
moment from September when the class
organized and yearbook photography be-
gan, through each succeeding activity:
their play, the Senior Ball, and the rami-
iications of editing this Myndersian.
Seniors are stimulating and these are es-
pecially so. As I write this I know that we
shall soon go into their graduation plans
and then the class will be leaving us.
These blithe young seniors have enjoyed
Mynderse life and we have enjoyed them.
May their tomorrows be proportionally
JULIA H. O,BRIEN
aaa of 1946
Miss JULIA H. O'BRIEN
N zck N icandri, President: ZW iss Smith, Assistant Adviserg Miss Hammond, Assistant Adviser: Bob Fornesi, Treasurer
Barrie Doane, Vice-Presidentg Miss 0'Brien, Class Ad11iser,' Mary Ellen Vreeland, Secretary.
ROBERT DOBBIN ALCOTT-Science Club 1, 2, 3, Presi-
dent 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 3, Soph Hop
Committee, Junior Party Committee, Myndersian Staff-
Give Bob a pack for his back and a place to hike to and hc's
happy. One of the best looking boys in our class, Bob has been
very active in 4-H Club outside of school. He well earned his
trip to the 4-H Club Convention in Chicago this year.
THOMAS EDWARD BAKER-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
2, 3, 4, All-State 3, Glee Club 2, 3, President 4, Operetta 1, 2,
Freshman Party Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Junior
Play, Junior Party and Prom Committees, J unior-Senior
Party Committee 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Senior Play, Senior
Ball Committee, Myndersian Staff-Do you have "down in
the mouthw spirits? Well just ask for Tommy, our class come-
dian. His portrayal of such parts as a "brother goose" have
had us in stitches more than once. Not only does he have great
acting ability but great musical ability as well. When it comes
to pounding the ivories he's always around.
KATHLEEN MARY BALDASARI - Glee Club 1, 2 -
"Kakie" is a girl who intrigues with her sultry, mysterious
personality. She makes you think of far places where temple
bells are ringing, etc. However, she's a typical American gal
in her love of sports, especially skating. And she has a good-
neighbor policy that centers around Waterloo and Clyde.
EVELYN LOUISE BEERSEeFreshman Dance Committee,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Secretary
3, 4, Glee Club Contest 4, Operetta 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2,
Awards 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Le Cercle
Francais 2, 4, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Party, Play and
Prom Committees, Senior Play Committee, Senior Ball Co-
Chairman, Myndersian Stalf+Evelyn is our class artist.
While in school, most of her time is spent in the art room
designing clothes. Beersie gave much of her time and ability
to decorating our prom and ball. She made a good job of it,
y too. Out ol' school-well, there's always Clyde to keep her busy.
If Only Our Diary During These Past Four Years Were More Complete, What a Tale Could be Told
About The Class of Nineteen Hundred Forty-Six. It Would be a Cross Section of the Work and
Fun, Laughter and Tears and All the Little Things That Made High School a Thing to Remember.
FRANCIS XAVIER BELLOMOelntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, '
Glee Club 2, Operetta 2+Vague5that's our Francis. Facts
just seem to belong to another world. We will always remember
him as the boy who was born with tardiness ir1 his blood.
What other reason could there be for his being late for school
VIRGINIA MARY BERRELLS-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Myndersian Staff-Virginia is the envy of all the girls. She
has naturally curly hair. Her height comes in handy when it
comes to playing basketball and she can sink 'em too. Maybe
it's those air corps wings which she proudly wears that bring
her such good luck.
WILLIAM HENRY BODEN-Transfer from James Madi-
son, Brooklyn, N. Y., Junior Party and Prom Committees,
Junior Play, Wig and Rouge 4, Senior Ball Committee-A
new comer in our junior year, Bill made his debut in the
Junior play. His two favorite hobbies are animals and dream-
ing. Bill has been a hard and efficient class worker, full ol'
enthusiasm for Mynderse, although occasionally he speaks
with a bit of nostalgia for his native New York City.
BETTY LOUISE BOWERS-Transfer from Morgantown
High School: Glee Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 1, Freshman
Play, Freshman Party, Chairman, Modern Dancing 2, 3,
May Day Festival 2, 3, Tr-Hi-Y 2, Art Club 3. Mynderse
Academy: Intramurals 4-Betty is the girl 'Swho comes to
dinner." Always full of fun and laughter, she joined us in
September. Although she has a lively gift of "gala," she has
her serious moments, too. More than once she's been caught
dreaming, of what we know not.
RICHARD LEWVIS BRAND-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards
1, Basketball 2, 4-Tall, good looking Dick is considered
"quiet" at Mynderse, although he and Maurice seem to have
their private jokes. Rumor has it that out Tyre way our Dick
is quite the Romeo. Maybe it's the hunter in him!
WILMA BERYL BURCHIMEB-and 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals
3, 4, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, Band Contest 3, 4-
"Billy" really surprised us this year in intramurals, especially
basketball. No one can make a basket when VVilma's guarding
her. CAnd kids, Wilma can really speak above a whisper.D
MARGARET ELIZABETH BURGESS-Newport Harbor
Union High School: Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, Chorus
1, 2, Freshman Dance Committee, Student Court 2, Inter-
scholastic Hockey Team 2, San Diego: Girls' Athletic As-
sociation 2, L'Russ" Cub Reporter 2, Chorus 2, Red CrosS
Council 2, Wednesday Y's Up 2: Tri-Y 2, Mynderse Academy:
Intramurals 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Hearth Club, President 4,
Senior Ball Queen 4-"Burgie" came to us last year from
California. Since then she has won a place in many hearts,
particularly that of Ronnie. One can understand why, though,
for a combination of beauty, personality plus, and a winning
smile is hard to beat. Didn't they make her Senior Ball Queen?
RITA LOUISE CAPPARELLI-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshman Party Committee, Library Club 1, Science Club
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Junior Red Cross Repre-
sentative 2, Junior Party and Prom Committees, Junior-
Senior Party Committee 3, Junior Prom Queen's Court,
Senior Ball Committee, VV ig and Rouge 4, Bond and Stamp
Committee 4, Myndersian Staff-Our "Cap" of many charms
and the happy face is the possessor of a great many hearts.
But do you wonder? Not when we think of Miss O'Rrien's
pet phrase, "And is she comely!" NVherever there's excitement
you'll find "Cap" with her priceless humor and fund of amus-
ing stories. BJ :Ska-VL!-, 43-,,,, Ugg
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But Let:'s Draw on Our Memory for the Unrecorcled Facts of the Pgist. The Author mis Diary? X-
No One Person in Particular. First, what About Our Beginnings as a Class? We are Chiefly Veteran
Myndersians From First Ward and Stanton, Joined with St. Patriclc's Grads, who Came in Our
ALICE CLARE CASEY-Glee Club 1, 2, Awards 1, 2,
Bond and Stamp Committee 2, Junior Party Committee,
Junior-Senior Party Committee 3, Class Vice-President 3,
Microphone 4, Intramurals 4, Senior Ball and Play Commit-
tees, Myndersian Editor-in-Chief, Salutatorian-Who said
you can't have good looks and brains, too? Meet our editor-
in-chief. The mathematics wizard of the class is bound to go
far in teaching her favorite subject and we believe 'SKCI'
will find Ways of making it popular for those less mathematical.
ANDREW JAMES CAZZATO-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 2, Operetta 1, Camera Club 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Com-
mittee 1, Soph Hop Committee-This quiet classmate keeps
most of his thoughts, brainstorms, and any other conceptions
entirely to himself. or at least they are limited to only a few
close friends. We are told that he is fond of hunting, which
explains beyond a doubt his success in Lyons and absences
during the pheasant season.
HELEN LOUISE CHALKEReIntramurals 1, 2. 3, 4, Award
2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, Junior Prom Committee,
Le Cercle Francais 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4-Helen is
an outstanding athlete of the class and a good sportsman.
What an excellent arbiter she would make! But whether she's
engaged in a fast game of basketball, deeply absorbed in the
classroom or just gabbing with the gang, Helen is a popular
MAURICE HARTFORD CHALKER-Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 4-Another one of the
usually quiet boys of our class, .lohnny has a definite interest
outside of school and her name is Peggy. T hat's easily ex-
plained, for Johnny can be lots of fun, as we have found out
, this year.
i I . NORMA JANE CLINE-Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
' Contest 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, Class Secretary 2, .Junior Party and
Prom Committees, Junior Play, Junior-Senior Party Com-
mittee 3, Junior Prom Queen, Senior Ball Committee, Senior
Ball Queen's CourteWe predict that pretty Norma, who was
our Prom Queen, will make some business man a decorative
secretary. Chatty and sparkling, she is chuck full of enthusiasm,
but her heart goes now just to six feet of "Bud."
SILVIA CONCETTA COSENTINO-Wig and Rouge 1, 2,
3, 4, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Director 3, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards
1, 2, Library Club 1, Microphone 2, 3, Soph Hop Committee,
Junior Play, Junior Play, Party and Prom Committees,
Junior-Senior Party Chairman 3, Senior Class Play and Ball
Committees, Senior Play, M yndersian Stall'-"Sil" or "Cosy, i
take your choice, but you'll still have the same attractive,
energetic personality. You can always depend on "Sil" to get
a job done and still have some sizzling ideas left. She'll always
be remembered for her arguments in history class and her
matchless recitations in English.
DOROTHY JEAN DILMORE-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Con-
test 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 1, Intramurals 3, Junior Prom Committee, Senior
Ball Committee-VVhatever the occasion or task you can
always depend on Jean to be there unselfishly working for its
success. To her the school is particularly indebted for selling
"bus" space for out-of-town games. Her chief interest is in
music for which she shows real talent.
LEWISE BARRETT DOANEeMierophone 1, 2, 3, Co-
Editor 4, E. S. P. A. Conference 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Wig and
Rouge 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Junior Party and Prom Com-
mittees, .lunior Prom Court, Senior Play and Ball Committee,
Class Vice-President 4, Senior Ball Court, Girls' Athletic
Association, President 4, Myndersian Stall4Barrie is interest-
ing from any angle you consider her. Take her name, for
instance, itis perfect for her-challenging-individual-per-
sonalized. She shows a zest for living and her talents range
from facility in writing, to skill in sports.
Freshman Year. As to Our Characters, We Quote: Freshman Year-ulrresponsilalef' Sophomore
Year-"Slightly Improved," Junior Year-"Completely Reformed" and Senior Year "Sludious at
Times" and Sprouting Wings CD. Now Back to Our Freshman Year. Dear Diary, Our Debut as Those
JAMES CHARLES FEGLEY-Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Soph Hop Com-
mittee, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Awards 3, 4,
Wig and Rouge 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 1. 2, Junior Prom Com-
mittee, .lunior Play, Senior Ball Committee, Myndersian
Staff-J im is the boy who is clever with his hands. Whether
it be building an airplane or working on Wayne, the finished
product always shows skilled workmanship. Good natured,
easy going, Jim is the morale builder of '46,
ARLENE JOSEPHINE FLEURYM'I'ransfer from Port
Byron: Chorus 1, 2, Band 1. 2, Class President 1, Camera
Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Mynderse Academy, Intramurals
3, 4, Tumbling Club 3, Hearth Club 4SThe "girl with the
bright smile," that's Arlene. Her many admirers in Clyde and
Mynderse verify the fact that Arlene is very attractive. Al-
though she may seem to be the quiet type, just let her get
near a roller skating rink or a basketball court, and your opin-
ions will be changed.
ROBERT LOUIS FORNESI-Fresh-Soph Picnic Committee
1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Co-
Captain 4, Soph Hop Committee, Tennis 3, 4, Captain 3,
Empire Boys' State 3, Junior Party and Prom Committees,
Junior-Senior Party Committee 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Senior
Ball Committee, Block "M" 4, Class Treasurer 4,,Myndersian
Stall'-Behind those thoughtful eyes and seriousfmanner is a
fella who is a streak of lightning on many basketball Ctilglft. or
in Englgh class too. Bobis wish finally came true wg 'en he
reached six feet plus and boy,,,are those long legs convenient
when it comes to,keeping up with Rita.
MARY LOUISE GALLETTI-Class Secretary 1, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2, Intramurals 2, 4,
Junior Play, Party and Prom Committees, fJunior-Senior
Party Committee, Seriior Play, Senior Ball Committee, Myn-
dersian Staff-Mary is tiny, but oh my! Remember her as a
dynamic bundle of football energy ip the senior play? Popular
and talented, we are sure she will prove herself in the field of
design. The future looks bright for our little classmate with
the warm brown eyes.
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ROBE i ANUEL GEBAGHTY-Science Club 1. 2,
lee 1, ,,45, Operetta 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
amur 1f13,, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Prom
mi'iee, unictr-Senior Par y Committee 3, Senior Play
Bal Cor glifttecsg My,nders'aI Staff: Junior Kiwanian 4-
not ' "BG i ur class is an authority on fishing and hunt-
' . efh' e fo id Ililllkylllii ayvery dependable worker, and
as vn ch class. ' ifitkeais sense of humor is invaluable
Q lig ing e wwoinents t school. And can he sing!
gj24N4'If1'E PIIMPWCES GIANNOTTI-Intramurals l, 2,
, 4, eshmani, arty Committee, Frosh-Soph Picnic Com-
I 't e 1, 2, qsnd and Stamp Committee I, 2, Soph-Hop
bmmittee, Gl e Club 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Junior Party
ommittee, Junior-Senior Party Committee 3-Only a few
know what is behind those dreamy grey eyes. A quiet girl on
the surface, Jeanette is really one of our most spirited class
members. In the class room fespecially when there is a heated
debate in progressD or in a basketball game, Jeanette is always
full of the three V's.
DAVID ANGELO GIOVANNINI-Freshman Play, Science
Club 1, Soph Hop Committee 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball
2, 3, Captain 4, Award 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4,
Block HM" 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Prom Commit-
tee, Aviation Club 4YDave of the soulful dark eyes and un-
failing interest in your particular problem is a very flattering
lad. He looks at you with that force that says "I'm interested
in you, and you, but especially you." Athletics, girls and fun-
erals, all claim Dave's attention and he's quite a smoothie at
ROLAND LEBOY GUSTAFSON-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Soph Hop Committee, Junior Party Committee, Class Treas-
urer 3, J unior-Senior Party Committee 3, Senior Play-Yes,
this is another of those Gustafson boys from up the lake.
Tall, blond and good naturded, Gussy's popular with the girls
who find him challenging, and with the boys who enjoy his
friendship in school and in the field as a hunter with a past, a
present, and a future.
Little Freshman in September, 1942, was Successful. We Progressed Through Our First Year of High
School Activities and Studies, With Trials and Trilaulations. In Short, we Got Acquainted at Our Hot
Dog Roast, Elected Leaders, Collected 1150 Keys for the Scrap Drive and Ended Our Frosh Year with
.IAN OUISE GUY-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2,
Awa s 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3. 4, Awards l, 2, 3, 4, Freshman
Par ommittee, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph Hop Com-
mittee, Class Vice-President 2, Junior Prom Committee,
.lunio ' Prom Court, Drum Majorette 3, 4, Junior-Senior Party
Con mittee 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Senior' Ball Com-
mit , Myndersian Staff-Jane is one of our high stepping
ma' ettes and a very good one, too. She plays basketball,
dan s, sings, and acts in plays. No matter what she does,
sh ' good. Take all these talents, add real business ability,
a ou have an all-round Nlynderse girl.
J AILEEN HANIIIN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-
Picnic Committee 2, Soph I1op Committee 2, Junior
y Committee-A shy approach, gentle voice and charm-
ner expresses our JoAn in classes, but who makes the
s oise at a game, and who leads the fun making at parties
d i the homeroom? That too, is JoAn. A certain frequentor
MA Y ELIZABETH HABTMAN-Freshman Dance Com-
mit e, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 3, Intramurals 1, 2,
Hop Commmittee, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2,
Juni mr Party Committee-Mary's perky laugh makes the
glo iest person feel gayer. As for her helpfulness, just look
at r record in the Girls' Friendly Society. You'll find she's
an ig its most active members.
BE TY JANE HABTBANFTfBand 1, 2, 3, 4, Microphone
-'Editor 4, E. S. P. A. Conference 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
So p Committee, Bond and Stamp Committee 2, 3,
J u or ay, Party and Prom Committees, Junior Prom Court,
3 o ell's can confirm this.
' all Committee, Myndersian Staff, Valedictorian-
Whet it he history, English, music or men, Betty's tops.
ESQ ef iency and pleasing personality make certain her ad-
' ncem nt in the particular career she chooses. As an example
er chievement in one field, take her men. On second
thoug you canit, she's got them.
3 gn n1or Party Committee 3, Elmira Key Award 3,
DORIS IITENE IIIBBARD-Tumbling Club I, 3, Hearth
f Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4-Give petite Doris a cooking
dish and a broom and she's happy. Her homemaking course
makes evident the career she has planned. A nice choice, Doris,
we're sure he'll be happy.
GERALDINE BEPINICE JONES-Soph Hop Committee,
Junior Party, Play and Prom Committees, Junior-Senior
-V Party Committees-Gerry's quiet manner only covers up her
jolly, friendly spirit. As for her knowledge of Business Law,
.. fits evident that she may some day be a great lawgiver. She
,- J, .Y H . .
U1 surely is a welcomed addition to any homeroom.
BRIN ADAM KISSEL-Class President 3, Science Club I, 2,
Orchestra I, 2, 3, Baseball Manager 3, Junior Play 3, Micro-
phone 3, Business Manager 4, Block "MH 4, Senior Ball
Committee-Dashing Brin, one of the younger members of
our class, found that he has two loves. One is the Navy. For
this reason he left our class in February, but his interests will
continue to remain in Mynderse, especially through next year.
WVhy? His other love, naturally.
VIRGINIA ANN KLANDATOSeFreshman Party Commit-
tee, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Operetta I, Bond and Stamp Commit-
tee I, Library Club I, Fresh-Soph Picnic Committee I, 2,
Soph Hop Committee, Le Cercle Francais 2, 4, Junior Party
and Prom Committees, .lunior-Senior Party Committee 3,
Senior Play and Ball Committees, Myndersian Stalfgfiinnyis
strong desire is to travel to France. And no wonder. With her
gifted knowledge of French, she could make as many friends
in France as she has here in Mynderse.
a Picnic of Hots, Lemonade and Fun .... In 1943 as Sophomores we Proved Ourselves to be far From
Rusty. Our First Big Class Project was a Success, as Everyone Had Fun at the "Sophomore Swing
Shift." Although we Were Older, we Still Ended a Year of Good times with Another One of Those
MARIAN JANE KREUTTER+Glee Club l, 2, 3,4,0pcretta I
1, 3, Freshman Dance Committee, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Soph
Hop Committee, Junior Party and Prom Committees, Junior-
Senior Party Committee 3, Bond and Stamp Committee 4,
Myndersian Stallewhy are all those good-looking boys
gathered around that smartly dressed gal? One reason is that
Marian's selling bus tickets to a basketball game, but that
sparkling smile isn't doing so had for itself either. Is it boys?
JEAN ELIZABETH LOAHeLibrary Club I, Camera Club
1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2, Junior Party, Play and
Prom Committees, Latin Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Senior Play
CommitteeeWhenever important work was to be done for
any class play or party, .lean was always there. Her interests
always lay solely in benefitting her class. She commutes from
the lake country, and is pricelessly entertaining about her part
of our world.
EDWARD JOSEPH LOIlENZSTumbling Club 1, Intra-
murals I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Baseball
1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament I, Science Club 1, 2,
Empire Boys' State 3, Block "M" 4-With a basketball on
the court, or a girl on a dance floor, Eddie's right at home.
I-Iis famous long shots warrant his popularity as high scorer
on the Varsity. Presently his interests in regard to the fairer
sex lic chiefly in NVaterloo. Good luck in this long shot, too,
MADELINE LOUISE IVIAIKTELLO-Intramurals I, 2,
Glec Club 2, Junior Party, Play, and Prom Committees, Myn-
dcrsian Staff-L'To be seen and not heard" is the motto of
quiet, demure Madeline. VVhen a responsible person is desired,
our class can depend on "Marty." If you ever need a lesson
on stage make-up, this well-experienced backstage hand can
give it to you.
JUNE ELIZABETH McMILLEN-Camera Club 1, Intra-
murals 2, Junior Prom Committee-Those sparkling eyes and
that beguiling smile are evident wherever June is seen. She's
extra good at making jokes and ducking in English class. The
diamond on her finger foretells that in August, our nice class-
mate will be keeping house for her one and only, Leroy.
ALBERT JAMES MCNANEhf-GICC Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Oper-
etta 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Tumbling Club 3, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee-"A girl, a song,
and a car" sums up our incomparable "Bud." That Irish voice
sounding out, "I Met Her By the River of the Roses," will
certainly be missed at M. A. Although Bud is here physically,
his heart is over in Cayuga with a certainJoan. Goodluck, Bud.
THEODORE ROY MEEKS-Intramurals 1, 2, Freshman
Party Committee 1, Soph Hop Committee-Tom Sawyer
never had anything on our boy Ted. Be it summer or winter,
Ted may be seen with a fishing pole or gun slung over his
shoulder, on his way to catch the game of the season. Indeed,
the outdoor world plays an important part in Ted's heart.
BENA MARIE MELLINI-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1,
Freshman Party Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Junior-
Senior Party Committee 3, J unior Play and Prom Committees,
Senior Play Committee, Microphone 4, Myndersian Staff-
Quiet and more studious than the average, Rena really sur-
prised us when she displayed her diamond ring and a ruby set
watch. Ed certainly isa lucky man to get a girl with such
enthusiasm, intelligence and gift of friendship as is shown by
her many friends in Mynderse.
Hilarious, Memorable, Climaxing, Frosh-Soph Picnics .... September, 1944, Dawned and What a
Year we had When we were Gay, Young Juniors! Who
Knocking Knees at Our Party, "The Haunted House,"
Will Ever Forget the Chattering Teeth and
and at Our Play, "Ghost Wanted?" Our
JOHN THOMAS MILLER-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State 2,
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3,
Freshman Class Play, F rosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2,
Freshman Dance Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Micro-
phone 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4,
Band Contest 1, 4-Every class has an imp, so here is 1946's
contribution. Il' it be playing a clarinet, basketball or making
glyeerine in the lab, 'SJack" is tops. As for the "fairer sex",
John shies away and leaves them to drool. At present he is
more interested in his joint possession with Jack VVatkins-
that bright, shiny, 1922 Model T.
FERDINAND LEO NICANDR1-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshman Dance Committee, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
1, 2, Baseball 1, 3, Soph Hop Committee, Basketball 2, Foot-
ball 2, 3, Captain 4, Awards 3, 4, Junior Play and Prom
Committees, .lunior-Senior Party Committee 3, Block HM" 3,
Vice-President 4, Junior Kiwanian 4, Senior Ball King 4,
Class President 4, Myndersian Staff-Our boy Nick has
proved his ability in two particular fields. As Captain of this
year's football team, he was a capable leader. As for his other
ability, ask almost any fair damsel who the brave hero of her
dreams really is. You'll find its President "Nick," beard and all.
RICHARD ALAN NUGENT-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2,
Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2, Soph Hop Committee,
Intramurals 3, Junior Play, Junior Prom Committee, Tum-
bling Club 3, 4, Senior Play 4, Band Contest 4, Junior Kiwan-
ian 4-If it's a woman in distress, just call our "lady-killer"
Nugent. Dick is the spark and live-wire of our class when it
comes to humorous stories or play acting. It is impossible
to analyze adequately the attractive Richard.
ALICE LOUISE PAGE-Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 3,
Junior Party Committee 3, Hearth Club 4-Alice is one of the
more versatile members of our class. She can do anything
from sewing to planting a garden. Her awards for 4-H activi-
ties are the envy of every girl. NVC also heard that she is quite
accomplished in the line of square dancing. NVith such a record
as this behind her, Alice is one girl who can't miss.
ALBERT WORDEN PARKS, JR.-Intramurals 1, 2, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Frosh Party
. Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Fresh-Soph Picnic Com-
mittee 1, 2, All-State Band 4, Junior Party and Prom Com-
mittees, Senior Play, Senior Ball Committee, Myndersian
Stafi4Jolly, ambitious and a really hot saxaphone player-
all three describe Parksie. Since Wayne is in service, heis
leader of Wayne Cuy's orchestra and has proved himself to
be well on the way towards his musical career. As for girls, he
has decided to take a middle road position.
ANTOINETTE THERESA PENNACCHIOeIntramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Glee Club 2, Soph Hop Committee,
Frosh Party Committee, Microphone 3, 4, Junior Party and
Play Committees, Junior-Senior Party Committee 3, Wig and
Rouge 4: Senior Play-Ann, Toni or "Chocolate drop"-
Antoinette answers to all three. One of our more lively class
members, she always has the situation well in hand. Full of
laughter and chatter, there's never a dull moment when
BARBARA ELAINE POTTER-Intramurals 1, 2, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, Science Club 1, Soph Hop Com-
mittee, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Junior
Party and Prom Committees, Junior Class Secretary, .lunior
Prom Court, Junior-Senior Party Committee, Senior Ball
Committee, Senior Ball Court, Myndersian Staff-Barb, of the
saucy smile and turned-up nose, is our girl. Her subtle sense
of humor is something to write home about. Her fast, fancy
and famous dancing is something to comment about too. Of
course Bert makes up the other half of the dance team.
GLORIA MARIE POVERO+Camera Club 1, Frosh-Soph
Picnic Committee l, 2, Glee Club 2, Soph Hop Committee,
.lunior Party, Play and Prom Committees, Junior Red Cross
3, 4, Treasurer 3, Miscrophone 3, 4, Wig and Rouge 4, Senior
Play, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, Myndersian Staff-
Gloria, we are certain, is headed for a bright future for she
has proved her ability in the line of secretarial work. She
doesn't limit herself to work, though, but has a gay time with
the boys from Geneva, who find her interesting and jolly as
we of Mynderse do.
Monster was a Masterpiece, and Our Prom, with its Queen, Norma, its Rose Arbors, the Fountain
and atmosphere of a Magic Ga rclen. How we Loved it! . . . Then Came the Long Vacation with its Lazy
Summer Days, and Finally in August the Lo MAwaitecl V. J. Day. what a Day! We, Along with the
RICHARD JOHN RAUSCHeIntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Sop I
Hop Committee, Junior-Senior Party Committee, Baseball 3, Q
Le Cercle Francais 4, President 4, Senior Ball Committee'
Junior Kiwanian 4, Myndersian Business Manager-DiciX-
has been our "strictly business" man for the past three years
but seems to have gone a little romantic on us in his senio X X
year. He seems to prefer them pretty and "oh-so-feminine." X
Anyway, they can't seem to resist the ways of our latestfb
RICHARD REESE-Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, I
2, 3, 4, Rand 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Party Committee, Model Air- f
plane Club 4-"Red-headed imp"-that describes Dickie per- f
fectly. That mischievous twinkle in his eye didn't get there . Q
for no reason at all. Dick's interests lie in the fields of hunting :T
and fishing, but his favorite pastime is teasing his friends- F
the girls in particular.
CATHERINE REYNOLDSeTumbling 1, 3, Intramurals 1,
2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4, Operetta 1, 2, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshman Dance Committee, Fresh-Soph Picnic Committee
2, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Party Committee, Hearth
Club 4eKitty, an all around athlete, is especially good in
basketball. Square dancing is listed among her many ae-
eomplishments. Other than these, her special interest lies
with a certain someone in Clyde. NVith her friendliness and
pleasant sense of humor, she has won a place in the hearts
of many of her classmates.
JERRY ROSS-Freshman Party Committee, Camera Club
1, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior-
Senior Party Committee 3, Senior Ball Committee, Junior
Kiwanian 4, Myndersian Staff-Jerry is the gentleman with a
camera for a side-kick, and heis still trying to find that neces-
sary model. An excellent stud ent, he has a friendly personality,
along with a knack of telling ''roll-them-in-the-aisle'' stories.
He could easily be our most versatile senior.
JACQUELINE MARIE ROTIIERTeTransfcr from Amity-
ville High School, Long Island, New York: Field Hockey 1,
Basketball 1, Tumbling 1. Mynderse Academy: Intramurals
2, 3-Laughter-loving, fun-loving Jackie is bent on having a
merry time. VVhen she flashes those expressive eyes, you know
she's up to something. Behind the wheel of a car she shows
verve and dash, in fact she's always way out front. fThe
Trooper in her, we thinkj
DOLORES ANN ROTUNDO-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Soph Hop Committee, Glee Club
2, 3, Junior Party Committee, Bond and Stamp Committee 3,
Myndersian Staff-If "packaging" is important, certainly,
Dolly makes the most of herself. She-'s tiny and tidy and oh,
so attractive. As for friends, she makes them easily with her
smile and that littlcness that makes every one feel protective
toward this small senior.
WVALTER VVILLIAIVI R UTZ-lntramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Fresh-
man Party Committee, Ifrosh-Soph Picnic Committee, Basket-
ball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Soph Hop Committee,
Junior Prom Connnittee, Junior-Senior Party Committee 3,
Senior Ball Committee, Junior Kiwanian 4, Block NM" 4-
The story of VValt and his romances might be this: he meets
her, he dates her, he loves her, he leaves her. The other
interest of this big chap lies mainly in sports-football in
particular, next, basketball. His future depends largely on
JOYCE IVIARIE SCATTAGLIAeIntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, VVig and Rouge 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dance Commit-
tee, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Com-
mittee, Library Club 2, Soph IIop Committee, Le Cercle
Francais 4, Nlicrophone 2, 3, 4, Junior Party and Prom Com-
mittees, Junior Play, Senior Play, Myndersian Staff-Pretty
Joyce with her animated smile and her quick sense of humor
has many interests outside Mynderse. A good dancer, actress
and singer, Joyce will iind her greatest dilhculty in choosing a
career from these many talents.
Rest of the Country, Went from the Touching Religious Observances in our Churches to the Tumul-
tuous Street Celebrations in our Towns. One Thought was Shared by Every One-Thanlc God it is
Over. A Month Later we Returned to School .... Our Last Chapter, our Senior Year, had Come.
MARY ELIZABETH SEITZ-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Fresh-
Soph Picnic 1, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Red Cross Repre-
sentative 3, Junior Play and Prom Committees, Junior-Senior
Party Committee 3, Tumbling Club 3, Senior Play and Ball
Committees, Myndersian Staff-"Peanut', is one of our peppy
seniors. She's small, but oh how that comes in handy in
basketball and tumbling. When it comes to classical music,
"Peanut', is right at home at the piano. VVith her sweet
personality and quick laugh, she will surely be an asset in the
CATHERINE PAULINE SINICROPI-Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 4, Freshman Play Committee, Soph Hop Committee-
Katy is known for her friendliness and willingness to help
others. She really makes you forget your troubles, when her
laughter bubbles over in English class, whether it be over her
pronunciation of words, a classmates excuse for late home-
work, or something else. One of the prettiest seniors, she is
definitely decora ' 'e anywhere. .
R H II NI PI In ' ls 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-
S h P ni G I e 1' p I C mittee, Baseball 2,
3, ' tb 1 3, , sk bal 3, ' J ior Party and Prom
C ees . e " ' 3, r de t mischievous twin-
l an eas 0' alk, an th ' n v -be-forgotten laugh
. de ri R o T th ee tt r ,fE if " has proved
hi self 0 1 e o In c a in a aluable ath-
le '. y i b ca v al r o cheer for
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L ETH ONT- ien Club 1, Soph Hop
R o mit e I ra 2 , 4' i an Rouge 2, 3, Secretary
4, uni r art , a P m mittees, Myndersian
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d1 f es S3 e rg e 'ei he so ' nd her scholastic life.
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' ROBERT CLAYTON SMITH-Freshman Play, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
2, Soph Hop Committee, Tumbling Club 2, 3, Junior Play
and Party Committees, Junior-Senior Party Committee 3,
Junior Kiwanian 4, Senior Ball Committee, Wig and Rouge 4
-Smitty is fun to know, combining a gift for friendship with
a willingness to co-operate in school projects. Whether it is
intramurals, Junior Kiwanis or studies-Bob will take it in
stride and make and keep friends-yes, even if they are in
BETTY ARLA STONE-Tumbling 1, Freshman Dance
Committee, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee, Soph Hop Com-
mittee, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Junior Party Committee, Hearth
Club 4-Betty of the bright hair, with her soft voice and slow
and easy walk, entertains her interests outside of Mynderse.
Maybe that accounts for her far-reaching ideas of becoming
the wife of a writer. By the looks of A'Stoney's" incoming
mail, she has a good start.
ALICE JEANNE SULLIVAN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards 1, 2, Freshman Party Committee, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Operetta 1, 2, All-State Festival 2, 3, 4, All-State Glee Club
Contest 3, 4, Library Club 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
1, Science Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Junior Party
Committee, Tumbling Club 3-Tall, willowy Sully likes music,
swimming, horseback riding, giving first aid and doing a
number of other worthwhile things. Since she's been a Life
Guard at the State Park, her summers have been full and
stimulating. VVell-rounded in her interests, Alice should have
an interesting future.
CARMEN JEANNE SNVINEHART-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Play and
Prom Committees, Tumbling Club 3,4, Senior Ball Commit-
tee, Senior Ball Court, Hearth Club, Treasurer 4-To look at
Rusty who would dream that she is the domestic type? And
her talents run in other directions too, for she sings and also
excels in sports. She plans to be a children's nurse, where her
quiet ways will always win friends among her patients.
Highlights were "Brother Goose," a Super Ball, and our Yearbook of Memories. How we'll Miss Those
Dreaded Demons-Exams, Those Nights in Detention, the Minutes of Chatter Before the Bell, Miss
Smith's Discussion Questions, Miss O'Brien's Theme Day, and Mr. Vogel's Equations. We've Looked
FRANCES JANE TARQUINO-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-
President 4, Operetta 1, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals
1, 2, 3. 4, Award 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Freshman
Party Committee, Library Club 1, 2, Soph Hop Committee,
Tumbling Club 3, Junior Play, Party and Prom Committees,
Bond and Stamp Committee 3, .Iunior-Senior Party Com-
mittee 3, Senior Play and Ball Committees-Fran is an ath-
letic senior who plans to make good use of her ability in future
years. She has been active in Glee Club, and she is also one
of our morale building cheerleaders, who are always "on the
BETTY JUNE VAN BURENeFreshman Play Committee,
Intramurals 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2, Soph Hop
Committee, Glee Club 4eReserved-that's Betty, but her
quietness hasn't prevented her from knowing the Navy. Her
latest is a former Blue Jacket who likes to jitterbug, and she's
getting good at it. To complete, she's good at homemaking,
too. Attention, Boys!
MARY ELLEN VAN CLEEF-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Sectionals 2, State Finals 2, Contest 3, Soph
Hop Committee: Junior Play: Junior Party Committee, Wig
and Rouge 1, 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Senior Play,
Senior Ball Committee, Senior Ball Court, Myndersian Staff
-The Marines play a big part in Molly's life, and who can
blame her? She also likes dramatics and is famous around
school for ber portrayal of difficult character roles. Her other
interest seem to lie in band, sports. holding initiations out at
her farm, and, of course, work in the nursing field.
MARY DOLORES VlERZILLOYlntramurals 1, 2, Freshman
Party Committee, Fresh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Glee
Club 1, 2, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Party Committee,
Myndersian Staff-Mary will never have to worry about the
damaging effects of rain, for her dark hair is naturally curly,
and looks neat, whether rain or shine. Her nice ways and
willingness to help will win for her friends, no matter where
her work leads her.
VILMA ANN VERZILLO-Class Vice-President 1, Cheer-
leading 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 4, Glee Club 1, Library Club 1. 2,
Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, Director 3, Freshman Party
Committee, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, Soph Hop Committee, Wig and Rouge
2, 3, Treasurer 4, Microphone 2, 3, Business Manager 4,
Junior Party, Play and Prom Committees, J unior-Senior
Party Committee 3, Senior PlaywWhenever a cheer is needed,
whether at 'ipep" meetings or at games, "Hungry" is always
there to help out. She is also interested in dramatics and other
school activities. But if the past can be used in foretelling the
future, her main interest will always be t'Ebo."
KATHLYN VOSH-Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, All-State 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Freshman
Party Committee, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, Soph Hop
Committee, Junior Prom Committee-Library Club is lucky
to have such an active member as Kathlyn, who plans to be a
librarian. She has many interests outside of school, having
carried on an extensive correspondence with many servicemen
during the war. Now her post-war interest lies solely in
MARY ELLEN VREELAND-Science Club 1, Frosh-Soph
Picnic 1, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Soph Hop Com-
mittee, Junior Prom and Play Committees, Junior-Senior
Party Committee 3, Class Secretary 4, Senior Play Committee,
Senior Ball Court, Red Cross Representative, President 4-
,Mary Ellen could easily be our cover girl of 1946, for who
doesn't appreciate her pretty features and blond hair. Mary
Ellen is also liked for her quiet ways and pleasing personality,
her many friends, both in Mynderse and outside, prove this.
JOHN CLARENCE WATKINS-Science Club 1, 2, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph Hop
Committee, Junior Red Cross Representative 1, 2, Junior
Play, Party and Prom Committees, Senior Ball Committee-
Shy, that's Jack. Yah! Girls have at least been added to his
list of loves but we're afraid they'll never surpass that be-
utiful car or his false tooth. They're his pride and joy. Full
of the ole Nick with a little seriousness thrown in, no one in
the class will ever forget him.
Forward to This Moment of Class Night Stunts, a Peacetime Graduation, Tears, Congratulations,
the Class Dinner, the Myndersian Dedicatee Dinner, Our Last Prom, Goodhyes to Classes, Pals
and Teachers, and Yet We've Dreaded it. It's All Been so Wonderful. Yes, Dear Diary, This ls it!
JOAN KELLOGG YOUNG-Science Club, Secretary 1, 2,
Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Soph Hop Committee,
Junior Prom Committee, Le Cercle Francais 4-What G. I.'s
life wouldn't be bright, with petite Joan standing by? Joan
plans to be an occupational therapist and work with wounded
G. I.'s only. Her sympathetic and quiet manner will make her
popular in this work as it has won her many friends in Myn-
IRENE HELEN ZONA-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party Committee, Girls'
Athletic Association 4-Somehow Renee always manages to be
on the winning basketball team, but we do feel that her skill
has something to do with this. She's also very interested in
the square dances at Waterloo, every Friday night, but per-
sonally, we think there's something else attracting her atten-
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Seitz, Ward, Robbins, Salone, Avveduti, Gatgano. SECOND Row: Judson, Dyson, Page, Timmons, Rogers, Snyder, Moio,
Searselletta, Poole, Sealtoglia. FRONT now: Chubb, Denman, Eastman, Cepuch, Christopher, M ills, Cirone, 'Woods.
GILBERT WATKINS . . President
J OAN REARDON . . . Vice-President
GERALDINE SULLIVAN . Secretary
RICHARD DYsoN ..... . Treasurer
MRS. OLIVER, Miss SPENCER, MR. BECKER Advisers
September 5, 1945fDear Diary, Last June when they sang, "Where, oh where are the Jolly Juniors PN
andlwe, the Class of 1947, Walked down the aisle to take our new places in assembly, a war was
raging throughout the Whole World. Today as We embark upon our junior year, guns have ceased
firing, our armies have triumphed. We know We must pledge ourselves to those ideals for which so
many men and Women sacrificed their lives.
November 16, 1945-Oh, Diary, Before I drop off to sleep, I must tell you about the Junior Party
held tonight in the gym. "Hobo Heaveni' was the result of Weeks of diligent thinking, pencil qhewing
and hair-pulling, on the part of the committee. Beverly Miller and Bob Judson were crowned king
and queen of the hobos, while other Juniors, dressed as typical "men of leisuref' entertained. Be-
freshments were served in hobo knap sacks, While the main decoration was a large mural painting
depicting hobo life.
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January 11, 1946-Well, Diary, today the Whole class presented our Assembly program, "Junior
J umbles," a Kay Kayser radio show with Paul Avveduti portraying Kay and Bill Ward as lshkabible.
A variety of talent was uncovered by this program. Perhaps the greatest feat was Joe Poolels display
February 14 and 15, 1946-Dear Diary, Since all Myndersians love a good comedy, we selected
"Shiny Nose" for our play. Betty Clark, as J aney, with the other members of the cast and support-
ing committees did us proud. Above all, our thanks go to Miss Margaret Allen for her skilled direction.
June Tth-Tonight, Diary, was the J unior-Senior Party! We gave the Seniors a "send-off" into the
Wide World that will surely linger in their memories for a long time.
June 26, 1946-Oh golly, Diary, this is the big night! After many hours of decorating, the gym is
arrayed in all its finery and we are awaiting our guests at the Junior Prom. Excitement reigns and
beauty is everywhere, music fills the air, and soon there will be silence, as the queen with her court
steps forward to the throne.
We have come a long way this year and our success is due principally to our helpful advisers.
And so, Diary, now llll close this chapter of our Class History-but you may be assured that We
will meet again as Seniors in Mynderse.
BARBARA M. CAMPBELL
A Class of '47
BACK now: Lindsey, Campbell, Krenller, Hasler, llliller, DeRosa, D,Urso, Jones, Slruble, Marrapese, Terrusi. 'rH1RD
now: Sulliivangvwackzirz, Clark, Flynn, Falconer, Curry, Gurba, Crass, Blawski. SECOND now: Smallwood, Colgrove,
Dorollzyg Gpwridve, Doloreaj Simms, Cajblla, L., Cross, Cafolla, M., Falola, Parker, Harvey. FRONT Bow: Clzercia,
, Markel, Clzuley, Boyes, Arnidon, Pennacchio, DePasquale, Scoll, Brand, Brisco.
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BACK HOW: Sisson, Aronson, Baker, Lay, Hadley, Broazlbenl, Cramer, Scliaerll, Wfnrden, Dean, F rankenjield. THIRD now:
Gilmore, McGuire, Jones, Gallina, Blue, Caraccilo, Comiskey, Passijione, Bowen, Rizzieri. SECOND ROW: Piscilelli,
Mahoney, Dombrowski, Scialdone, Compson, Smith, Andrews, Ashbaugh, Wetmore, F rancesclzi, Bowers. FRONT now:
Ponlius, Schuster, Gleason, Errico, Calaro, Olmstead, Spiegelman, Sinicropi, Vreelanfl, Durnin, Cherclzia.
- MARK SINICBOPI . President
DOROTHY STRUBLE . . Vice-President
29 J ELIZABETH SINICROPI . Secretary
VINCENT CARACCILO .... . Treasurer
MRS. SHANNON, Miss KING, Mn. DAVIES . Advisers
September 4-Well, what do you know, we made it. After a hard year of struggling as pea-green
freshmen, we finally pulled through to become rusty sophomores.
The first activity of the year was the election of class oflicers on October 30. We Sophs showed
Outstanding abilities in sports, Red. Cross work, band, orchestra, glee club, Microphone and various
clubs. Our hoys went out for every sport played this year. Among these athletes are Lenny Passifione,
Ronny Schaertl, Tommy Olmstead, Bud Broadbent, Don Comisky, and Lee Letizia. Our hats off
to them! They showed outstanding sportsmanship.
We also admitted some new personalities to our class. They were Joyce Alford, Margaret Morgan,
Cathleen Gearon, and James Bowers.
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Soon the time had come to get serious and settle down for some studying. For some reason the
office was suddenly free from the Sophs who had forgotten to do their homework. I t was January 28
before we knew it, and we went into our midyear exams with chins up and came out on top. After
that, the office was no longer a l1aven of peace. Again Sophs had to eall on Mr. Vogel and explain
certain lapses. On the whole, life was pleasant, however. X .
April was the month of dispute between freshmen and sophomore in lpfeparation of the Frosh-
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out from hiding to display outstanding talent. JL'
Everyone looked forward to the annual Soph Hop.fYVi.tlr't.lie aid of all sophomores, decorations,
entertainment, and refreshments turned out to be a huge success. Wexhad a "ripping" time.
J une was finally here, and we closed our li y and suecessfulxffgarfwith our Frosh-Soph picnic
at Cayuga Lake. We tucked away egiouglfll dogg and leinioiradefo carry-'us over to the next year.
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And, oh, Diary, before we xcloseg we should ,say that our cl. ss advisers were tops.
VVell, Goodnight dear Diary. 'Cui' Soplionilfife' Year is over, our Junior Year is marohincf in
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BACK now: Benfley, Calarco. V ., Gravina, Klionsky, Green, Saracino, Jllorgan, Kennedy, Goodwin, Calareo, NI.,
Cooney, Klandalos. THIRD now: Parker, Callanfl, Ellison, Riley, Gullzrie, Arnidon, Alford, Palandro, Kissel,
Gorlon, Deary. SECOND now: Rogers, Ol in, Sinieropi, Reynolds, Snglia, Braun, Decker, Reynolds, Plallen, Doane, Lama
Brady, Agnello, Slowell, Cline. FRONT now: Fox, Slruble, Wolf, lllelella, Zo , Rogers, Esposito, Elliollo, Carler, Bellomo,
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Ifgfoe, Piagenlini, Lamanna, Paradise. THIRD Row: Prall, F ' Iaf Jones, Serling, Odell, Decker, Bennell, Hartman
Page, Russo. SECOND now: Maslroleo, Giovannelli, M ilella, Dedyr nyder, Vergamini, Mackey, Ruiz, Taber, Zelllemoyer,
Walers, Rossi, Eighmey. FRONT now: Welzel, Wilson, Pollard ff 'Urso, Lemma, Zelilemoyer, Sullivan, Seilz, Dening,
Oaks, Weart, Lyman, arlel, Falconer. s
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BETTY LENOV . .... ice-President
ELEANOR BEATINI . ii' . . Secretary
ALLAN O,DELL ......... Treasurer
MRS. SELD, Mns. RINDONE, Misses BLOCK, ALLEN,
AND HAIG ........ Advisers
UWell, we made it!" was the surprised but jubilant remark made by all of us as We assembled
in the auditorium, one hundred and sixteen strong.
Quickly getting into the swing of things, those who Were interested joined Wig and Rouge, Micro-
phone stall, Senior Clee Club, Science Club, Band, Orchestra, and enrolled in the Junior Red Cross.
Library Club, Le Cercle Francais, and cheerleading held initiations and you Werenit able to Walk
down the halls Without seeing some freshman, with clothes on backwards, carrying a sign, or count-
ing the bricks on second floor, at the top of the center stairs.
Both boys and girls Went all out for sports. The boys formed intramural 'teams between the
homerooms and more than the usual number won places on football, J-V basketball, and baseball
teams. Over half of the girls Went out for soccer, volleyball, basketball, and baseball.
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' I where we say it we may even claim the title-Class of 1950. As we look around our new home-
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in .. ms we see old friends and 116W pupllsg teachers we have had and some that will be new to us.
U' So w, with new studies, activities and clubs of various types, it looks as if this year is going to
J? ,Af asant one. Music, both instrumental and vocal, appeals to many, and you will hear from
Y, Sie uni Chorus in our operetta in the spring--"Saucy Hollandaisef'
BACK lk Qber, Siegel, Stuck, Vosburgh, B., Smith, W., Knapp, B., Baehman, Cook, Bennett, Kreutter, Curry,
Caimano, caccilli, Craeknell, Dombrowski, Smith, C., Shaster, D., THIRD Row: Pollard Smith, L., Jones, D.,
Parker, R., 0, Shuster, W., Parker, H., Twist, Borden, Staley, Sinicropi, Turkztt, Fiano, Marsh, Clark, Carpenter,
Brand. sEco now: Peterson, Batty, Knapp, B., Klandatos, Green, Costello, Buck, Sandy, Stahl, Crane, Terrusi,
Vreeland, Delis , Knight, Large, Reynolds, Peterrnan, Selleck, M ilanesi. FRONT How: Hibbard, Andrews, Alnidon, N
Colgrove, F reelan , Lind, Jones, B., agill, Mastroleo, Smith, E., Horle, Woods, Woodward, Meeks, Fisher, Barrett,
fa ' Brown, Brace, McBride, Bonacci.
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for the year. Space won't permit us to mention all of these, but the presidents are Jack Hibbord,. , fax,
in Miss Campany's room, Eugene Wolfe, in Mr. Bourdonis, and Lloyd Hosford, in Miss Jacobs. Y ' f l
Our class, the youngest in Mynderse, participated in all the activities that we can joi11, including the mx A
, band, glee club, Red Cross, and Airplane Club. Our social life includes gay homeroom parties and 'fi y
picnics with oh, such food. Everyone joins in the fun, and we won't forget this enjoyable year. l
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Walters, Becker, Smith. Russo, Noble. Staudrneyer, Hilbert, Denman, Cuy. SECOND Row: Wolfe, D., Urwin, Farney
Wedge, Eighrney, Ellison, Johnson, Nugent, Dowen, Brown, J., Hause, Hubbard, Brown, H., Annis, Kroeger, Cooley
FRONT now: fllahoney, Swineharl. Parish, Hibbard, Dark, McLaren, Underwood. Plankey, Landbery, Bonacci, Reid,
Davis, Wolfe, E., Grirnstead, Appell, Desmond.
BACK How: Buck, Vreeland, C., Meeks, J., Joslyn, Salone, Andreas, Heed, Broadbent, Christopher, Fredenburgh, Gibbs
THIRD now: Decker, Ashbaugh, Blue, Hauss, Kidd, Brewer, A rnold, Walters, Catlzerrnun, Srnith, L. SECOND now: Soscia,
B.,fSoseia, PV., Smith, J., Conley, E., Conley, C., Beerse, Zona, Reynolds, Platten, Bennelt, Keating, Lilla, Pelerrnan,
Clark., FRONT now: Griggs, JWcCrain, Kinney, Holland, Mills, Carroll, Hilbert, Vreeland, L., Lynch, Lind, Bergman,
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1Wolly in llze background. 13. And llze music comes out lliere. M. Poppa Ford and Baby Austin.
November 8-9-10 are memorable for the performance of the seniors in "Brother Goose," their
play coached by Miss Allen. This amusing comedy gave Tommy Baker a chance to interpret the
harassed domestic type of man who housekeeps while trying to supervise the lively young people of
his family. Mary Galletti stole the show as the tomboy in love Wi th football. Gloria Povero oozed
Southern charm, while Silvia Cosentino gave her usual good performance in a character role. Dick
Nugent was involved in all kinds of difficulty, not to mention Joyce Scattaglia who was simply
poisonous when she met up with the ivy. A good supporting cast helped put 'the play across.
STANDING: Nugenl, Povero, Scallaglia, Parks, Pennacclzlo, Cosenlino. SITTING: Van Cleef, Gallelli, Gay, Verzilla, Baker.
STANDING! Denman, Sullivan, Euslman, Clark, Garba, VValkins. SITTING: Banlavanis, Kreuller, DePasquale, Campbell.
"Shiny Nosef, a three-act comedy, typical of almost any American family, was presented by the
Junior class, February 15, 1946, under the direction of Miss Margaret Allen.
Betty Clark, who played the lead, tried to convince her parents that she was old enough to be
engaged to George CWillard Eastnianj, but she had a hard time doing so, even With the help of her
younger sister, enacted by' Mary DePasquale. Gerry Sullivan, in the role of a sophisticate agreed
with her parents, for she was trying to get George for herself. The parents were particularly Well
played by Barbara Campbell and George Bantuvanis.
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GLORIA POVERO, BARRIE DOANE, MARION
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Business lllIflTtClg6I"RICHARD BAUSGH
MOLLY VAN CLEEF, ROBERT GERAGHTY,
JAMES FEGLEY, BARBARA POTTER,
ROBERT ALCOTT, VIRGINIA BERRELLS,
JANE GUY, RITA CAPPARELLI, FERDINAND
NICANDRI, BOBERT FORNESI, THOMAS
BAKER, ELIZABETH SISSON
Photographic Edif0P1JERRY Boss, assist-
ed by ALBERT PARKS and VIRGINIA
Art EdiffJF'EVELYN BEERSE, assisted by
Head Typist-BENA MELLINI, assisted by
lVlARY DOLORES VERZILLO, BJADELINE
MARTELLO, DOLORES ROTUNDO.
Adt'l.SPI'-lVlISS JULIA H. CYBBIEN
Miss fyBRIEN, Adviser: RICHARD RAUSCH, Bus. Mgr.:
ALICE CASEY, Editor.
Dec. 13-Staff tryouts today, Alice Casey named Editor-in-Chief of the M'yndersian.. Jan. 17-
Ptest of staff announced with Dick Bausch as Business Manager. Jan. 28-Ad and subscription
campaign are on-result, a bumper crop. Feb. 1-28-Mr. Sutterby covered activities While the Bul-
locks took the individuals. Mounting dlSlllUSlO11Ill6llt among seniors about Hollywood chances. We're
strong for retouchings. Mar. 1-We have typed, indentitied, written, rewritten, sketched, altered
dummies. Who said a diary theme would be easy? Mar. 15-Since the Myndersian. has gone to press,
the staff can return to normalcy and forget luncheon meetings in 19. April 15-Proof reading. More
harried days! May 20-Year books out, autograph hunters on the prowl. June 26-Tonight We don
formals for the Dedicatee's Dinner. Our work done, we close the Myndersian Diary with the hope
our public likes it.
STANDING: Seifz, Mellini, Povera, Scaftaglia, Cosentino, Sisson., Doane, Van Cleef, Geraglzly, M iss 0'Brien, Adviserg
Baker, Berrells, Parks, Beerse, Nicandri, Klandalos, Verzillo, Marlello. SEATED: Hartranft, Gallelti, Rolando, Kreutler,
Rausch, Business Manager,' Alice Casey, Editor: Guy, Capparelli, Ross. FRONT ROW: Poller, Alcoll.
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BACK ROW: Moio, Marrapese, DePasquale, Kissel, Aronson, Calland, Verzillo, Page, Potter. Mellini, Pennucchio, Poniius.
lN11DDLli Row:4Dyson, Povero, Banluvanis, Casey, Gibbs, Clark, Hadley, Lundberg, Lay, Scallaglia, Sisson. FIRST Row:
Reardon, Kissel, Duane, Miss Compilello, Adviserg Harlranfl, Easlrnan, Campbell.
C0-Edll0l'.S7BAR11IE DOANE, BETTY HART-
News Editors-BARBARA CAMPBELL, JOAN
Assistants-ALICE CASEY, BETTY CLARK,
HONOR CALLAND, MARY DEPASQUALE, RENA
MELLINI, JOSEPHINE BJARRAPESE, MARION
LANDBERG, ANTOINETTE PENNACCHIO, VILMA
VERZILLO, ROGER CHUBB, PAUL SISSON,
WILLIAM Moro, NORMAN PONTIUS, JOYCE
Magazine Editor-WILLARD EASTMAN
Assislanls-BOB GIBBS, BOB ARONSON, DON
Sports-CAROL IQISSEL, FRANK PAGE, MARVIN
Special COIUTHH-GLORIA POVERO
Business Manager-BRIN KISSEL
Circulation fllanager-RICHARD DYSON
F aculiy A dviser-Miss TERESA M. COMPITELLO
September 19, 19"l457OI'gE1l1lZZ1tl0Il meeting. Good grade paper is still "few and far betweenw so
twelve issues, publishd bi-weekly, will continue to be our program. Our aim this year is three-fold:
a more widely read editorial page, a close editorial and news rela tionshipg all and all, a super paper.
The Microphone activity period will be devoted to different phases of journalism such as writing
leads, headline writing, reporting and news writing. Erasers are sure going to begin to disappear!
October 25, 1945-The lirst 'iMike,' was issued to our four hundred subscribers. Our business staff
has gone over the top with advertisements.
October 25, 1945-NVhat a weekend! Barrie Doane, Betty Hartranft, Barbara Campbell, Joan Boar-
don, Willard Eastman and Miss Compitcllo attended the Esspa Conference held at Syracuse.
Journalism discussions and lectures were only a part of the program. What a dance! Those elevators
-that Friday night-that football game!
May 1, 1946-'4Mike7' banquet. Activities were concluded with much food a11d gaiety. Great credit
should be given Miss Compitello, whose never tiring efforts are the real key to the success of the
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MOLLY VAN CLEEF . . President
ELIZABETH CLARK . . Vice-President
ELIZABETH SISSON . . Secretary
YILMA YEHZILLO . . . Treasurer
Miss NIARGARET ALLEN . Adviser
Another fascinating year of grease-paint and quick changes go11e by. Weive had some rough spots,
We started off the year with a bang, our first project being our December 17 program. We called
it the Wig and Rouge Hodge Podge. The antics of those kids had the audience howling. Next we
staged the HPot Boiler," a one-act play, which also proved to be very amusing. Then came that
fatal day. CFatal, that is, for our Mynderse he-men.j When you started seeing the fellows shy away
from the girls, you knew that it must be nearing April 5, the night of the Sadie Hawkins Dance.
As usual, the dance was a memorable success, with the boys losing out in the end-as usual. Then
came the Frosli-Soph Play Contest directed by members of the Wig and Rouge. The rest of us were
kept busy separating the two rival classes.
On May 24 the Annual Prize Speaking Contest, sponsored by the Wig and Rouge, was held in
Our other activities included the drafting of a new eonstitutiong the holding of classes in make-up
and our helping in the payment of a new stage set.
BAcK now: Easlman. Poller, Cosenlino, Capparelli, Dark, Campbell, llflackin, Brady, Kissel, Poole. THIRD 1iow:Scalfaglia,
B. Doane, Povero, Welmore, Parks, Sanders, Smith, Falconer, Garba, Klionsky. SECOND now: Sullivan, Flynn, Verzillo,
Van Cleef, Miss Allen, Adviserg Clark, Sisson, N. Doane, Gravina. FRONT now: Hadley, Aronson, Banlavanis.
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BACK Row: Shasler, P., Marlel, Miller, B., Ward, Dyson, Ashbaugh, Nugent, Shusier, D., Lay, Jbarfl, Carpenter,
Jack: Carpenter, J.: Maslroleo, Sanders, Hadley, Welmore, Spiegelman, THIRD ROW: Clark, Zona, eiiz, J., Cafaro,
Seiiz, R., Goodwin, Gibbs, B., Parks, DelRasso, Kreuiler, J udson, Crough, Shepherd, Beerse, Baker, V5RCleef, Vreeland,
M., Harlranft. SECOND Row: Barchim, Sinicropi, Dilrnore, Aronson, Bally, Mackey, Miller, J., Gibbs, R., Abbotl,
Eastman, Caraccilo, Reynolds, Leno, Mills, Vreeland, B. FRONT ROW: Mr. Fraser, Directory Cirone, Fridley, Sullivan,
Cepuch, Denman, Guy.
ALBERT PARKS . . Manager
BETTY HARTRANFT . . Librarian
MR. JOHN FRASER . . . . . Director
September 16, 1945-Mynderse Band organized with old and many new members attending, the
field being wide open for new talent.
September 25, 1945-Much excitement today. Buses took us to Skaneateles to join in the Welcome
Home Celebration for General Wainwright. We were proud to see a hero in the close up and play
in Central New York's tribute to a great man.
September 29, 1945-Starting with our first home football game of the season, Mynderse Band
played for all our home games except Penn Yan. Under the baton of the Waterloo director, both the
massed bands played at final game.
November 11, 1945-The Mynderse Band joined the Legion Bugle Corps in our Armistice Day
March 13, 1946-Another musical treat-the Band put on the assembly today.
March 15, l946mTonight another Fraser directed success-annual concert held the spotlight.
May 17-18, 1946-These days marked the opening of the Competition Festival of New York State
School of Music Association, which we attended at Port Byron.
May 30, 1946-This, the first Memorial Day since V-.T Day, was a special occasion with the band
playing for the parade. Many Veterans of World War II were marching, and we were proud to supply
some of the music for this 1946 Decoration Day.
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September 11-We began our year of Work and entertaining under the direction of Mr. F1'aser.
Some ofthe boys. with Al Parks as leader, have played at our informal dances and after the games.
The weekly assembly is on our regular schedule. November 9-Tonight We supplied the music for
HBrot.her Goose" before and between the acts. February 14 and 15-6'Shiny Nose," the Junior play,
needed music so Mr. Fraser directed our elforts during the evening. February 28 and March 1-
Selected members of the orchestra assisted by Mr. Bay Costello and Clarence Balsley played for
the Rotary lllinstrels show. This was probably the most exacting performance of the year, because
of the variety of demands on the players and the exacting requirements of accompanying singers.
lt was a super experience and fun loo. J une 22-Rebearsed with the seniors today for graduation.
Keeping the tempo slow enough to prevent a race to the stage was difficult, but we managed it.
June 25-Tommy Baker, Johnny Miller and Al Parks Were graduated today. All of us will miss
these musicians who have been with us since Freshman year. Al for one hopes to go on With his
music. Luck to all of them!
BACK Row: John Fraser, Directory Aslzbauglz, Cafaro, Seifz, Dyson, Vlfard, Baker, Denman.. FRONT Row: Eiglzmey,
Parks, Illiller, Goodwin, Gibbs.
Vi Baker Broadbent, Spiegelman, Parks, Sinicropi, Lemma, Geraglily, Mackey,
I Sullivan, R., Deal, Gale. FIFTH Bow: Johnson, Allen, Mackin, Brady,
N Iones, Parker, Ellison., Holcomb, Cojfey, Sinicropi, Plallen. FOURTH now:
' L., Cross, Cajfola, M., Larizza, Mahoney, Mellini, Suglia, D., Farney, Annis,
IHIRD Row: Dragone, Gallelli, Bellorno, Lama, Russo, Lapamardo, J udson, Blawski,
Buren Cliuley, Reynolds, D., Brown. SECOND now: Gearon, Guy, Lombardo,
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A., Goodwin, Lindsey, Dilrnore, Vosh, Miller, Srnallwood,
Mg . ,jj r, Director.
11 . President
2 fp' . l . Vice-President
A . Secretary
A ABBOT .WJ ,.... . Treasurer
. SEITZ ...,.... Pianist
01 BURGESS, JANE GUY, ALICE SULLIVAN,
I JOYCE ALFRED, BARBARA BYRNE . . . Librarians
J 2 MISS BOBERTA SCHLOSSEB .,.... Director
, I' 7 Kept Ib r 10-We organized under the direction of Miss Schlosser with a membership of 110,
G! Ql whi is the largest chorus Mynderse has ever had. There are 46 sopranos, 43 altos, 9 tenors, 7
li b ses, and 5 baritones. Donlt think the balance tone is too uneven, because those 21 male voices
ny K W ' e volume.
Ijfoylilovember 17 and 18-Five of our members attended All-State Musical Festival, Where they re-
ply' G hearsed the music with many' others and presented it at a formal concert.
December 19 and 20-The Christmas Carol Sing was our first public performance, and we thought
It especially effective as We marched i11 a candlelight procession to the stage. The audience was
later invited to sing, and joi11ed in with a Will.
April 12-At our annual spring concert today we sang selections ranging from "This is My Country"
to 'iThree Blind Mice." We thought it a success.
May 17 and 18-We attended tl1e competition Festival in Port Byron which was the highlight of
June 25-Eighteen of our seniors are leaving, and we Wish them the best of luck and much happiness.
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AIARY DEROSA . . Treasurer K Mft
HONOR CALLAND . . Secretary i
Miss TERESA COHPITFJLLO ....., Adviser
October 26-Big event of the day was election of President, of Library Clubl
November 8-Elected remaining Officers d uring activity period.
November 13, let, 15-American Education Week. Library Club members served refreshments for
social meeting of parents and teachers.
November 29-Library Club, with Barbara Campbell as Chairman, gave book reports on new books,
in Observance of Book Week.
December 13-Annual Christmas party with gifts and refresliments was held today with Dorothy
Davis, chairman, assisted by freshmen members of the club.
January 10-Jeanne Decker and her committee of sophomores gave a demonstration On the pur-
chasing and processing of new books.
February 20-Silver Tea Dance was held in the Library by the clubg first social function of its kind
since before the war.
March 28flN"lembers entertained library cadet teacher from Genesee State College.
June 1-Library Club picnic at State Park eompletes social functions for year 1945-46.
BACK now: Lama, Carler, Terrusi, Brazly, Campbell, Clzerclzia, Bellonzo. SECOND Row: Davis, lllarkel, Coffey, Judson,
Decker, Baniuranis, Hayes, Reynolds. Cline. FRONT now: DeRosa, Reardon, M iss' Compitello, Aclviserg Blawski, Caland.
BACK Row: DeSanto, Cherchia, Stahl, Hayes, Judson, Young, Rizzieri. SECOND Row: Lindsey, Klandatos, Beerse,
Colgrove, Vreeland, Chalker, Baniuvanis, Bromley, Baker. FRONT Bow: Kreutter, K issel, Bausch, Mm Seld, Adviser:
Page, Bantzwanis, Cherchia. X j Qu
RICHARD BAUSCH . .... President all
FRANK PAGE . . . President of the Cabinet ' M y 41
GEORGE BANTUVANIS . Minister without Portfolio as on
JULIA CHERCHIA . . Minister of Writing .
SHIRLEY KREUTTER . Minister of Finance ? Q
CAROL K1ssEL ...... Minister of Programs X '
October 31, 1945-For practice in speaking French we reorganized "Le Cercle Francais." Today
we held our iirst meeting and elected the governing body modeled after the French government.
November 15, 1945-Richard Bausch explained parliamentary procedure for conducting a French
meeting. Carol Kissel supervised the playing of French games.
November 29, 1945-Business meeting. New constitution discussed. Played French games and as a
finis, sang "La Marseillaisef'
December 19, 1945-Christmas party. Angelo Cherchia and Joan Young explained Holiday customs
in France. Gifts were exchanged. Carol and George presented the play "The Doll."
January 3, 1946-New constitution approved. ,
January 10, 1946-Held a noon hour dance in gym.
January 17, 1946-New members from the French One class were present today while Mrs.
Bindone displayed articles from France. Noon hour dancing with door prize as added attraction
was decided on.
February 7, 1946-Initiation for new members began under direction of the cabinet. All survived.
February 21, 1946-Noon hour dance with Ladonna Lindsey singing. We ordered our emblems
which will show a rooster and the letters LCF.
March 9, 1946-Luncheon in honor of new members was held today.
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BACK now: zllaslroleo, Amidon, Sinicropi, Deal, Caiherman, Turkell, Serling, Holcomb, Cramer, Mr. Bourdon, Faculty
A dzviserg Pelermarz, 4UcGilI. SECOND now: Pollard, F iano, Alcoll, Burrell, Caimano, F isher. SEATED: Bachman, Demming.
ROBERT ALCOTT . . President
BBIN KISSEL . . Vice-President
BETTY HOLCOMB . . Secretary
SHERMAN EIGHMEY . . . Treasurer
MR. JOHN A. BOURDON , Faculty Adviser
November 15, 1945-Organization meeting. We set forth plans for an enjoyable and pleasant year.
November 22, 1945-Today we elected our head officers and viewed specimens of a volcanic eruption.
Before adjourning our meeting we laid plans to wow the new members joining February 23. December
6, 1945-Scientific meeting. The period was devoted to the study of coal creation and products.
January 11, 1946-We presented an evening movie, 'iSo's Your Aunt Emmaf, a11d did we drag in
the public, the show was a riot. January 18, 19416-Our public begged for another movie so we
seared them out with a Sherlock Holmes show. February 23, 1946-Brin Kissel left for service, so
today we elected Bert Serling to carry his load. For scientific study, we examined the magnesium
silicate, Hlalcf' Initiation in the evening and you should have seen our new members. We surprised
them and did they surprise us! November 1, 1945, to March 1, 1946-We joined with the G. A. A.
and sold candy at the basketball games, and split the profits. Uur plans call for closing the year
with a farewell party at Watkins Glen, so we had to finance those appetites of ours.
October 2-The Hearth Club was re-established to increase our social training and to acquire more
knowledge Of happy and intelligent living. Election of our club ofiicers held, today.
October 164We launched our finance program.
November 12AOur bullet supper helped in kitchen and social techniques.
December 18-Christmas dinner party with all the trimmings!
January 4-Joined the Future Homemakers Of America.
January 10-Today the new girls were given lists of initiation Hmustsf'
February 64Served Block M dinner as part of our program of cooperation with other clubs.
March 20-Buffet dinner.
April 1-Health program inaugurated in grammar schools.
May 3-May Dance.
BETTY BUnGEss . President
ELAINE CROSS Vice-Presideni
JANET PARKER . Secretary
CARMEN Sw1NEHEAR'r Treasurer
ALICE PAGE . Club Reporler
Miss CAHDWVELL . Adviser
BACK How: Swinehearl, Fleury,
Reynolds, Stone, Colgrove, Cooney,
Rogers, Smith, Miss Cardwell,
Adviser. SECOND now: Zona,
Cross, Parker, Burgess. FIRST
ROW: Page, Guthrie, Cross, Curry,
Scoll, llibbard, Brand.
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NOR MALIKIN, JOAN HEARDON,
BACK ROW: Dark, Mackin, Fal-
coner, Doane, Gearon, Jones,
Brisco. SECOND now: Blawski,
K lionsky, Avveduii, Gurba, Loar.
SEATED: Reardon, Poole, Miss
Miller, Adniserg Campbell, Mar-
October 4, 1945-Whoever thought Latin could be as much fun as thisl Miss Miller has proved to
us already that the Roman language and culture can really be interesting and fun to know.
November 1, 1945-More fun translating song titles from Latin to English. To think that '5Non
Passum Facerew really means "No Can Do." Even those ancient Romans knew the score.
May 2, 1946-Everyone will go to the Roman banquet dressed as Roman citizens in tunies. Latin I
students with the highest averages will act as slaves, serving the food and providing entertainment.
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The Junior Bed Cross with its one hundred per cent membership in school has continued the
worthwhile work that made it outstanding in the war years. Among its activities of tl1e year were
projects for overseas and those on the home front. The former consisted of filling boxes for the
needy and the making of stuffed animals for children in war ravaged countries, the latter, the
designing of hundreds of George Washington favors by the art department for sailors at Sampson
and the assistance given the publicizing of the Adult Pied Cross membership campaign.
BACK Row: Smilh, K n iqhl, Crack-
nell, Lind, D'Urso, Reynolds.
SECOND now: Markel, Jones,
Pouero, Miss Spencer, Faculty
Adviser: Mrs. Garnsqy, Chairman,-
Reynolds, Scoll. FRONT Row: De-
Rosa, Seilz, Doane, N., Vreeland,
Sinicropi, Doane, B.
BACK now: Dombrowski, Bally,
Hubbard, Eighmey, Salone, Lind,
J., Underwood, Knight, Back,
Knapp, B., Stahl, Cracknell,
Selleck, Krealler, Beers, Colgrove.
SECOND now: Hilbert, Nagenl,
F isher, Horle, Woodward, Knapp,
B., Gibbs, Andreas, Kraeger,
Chrislopher, Jones, Smith, J.,
Weaver, Plallen, Woods, Decker,
Reynolds, Freeland, Carbone,
Mills, Zona, Broadbent. FRONT
ROW: Clark, Turkell, Plankey,
Holland, Slaley, Terrusi, Lind,
I., Landberg, Parker, Srnilh, W.,
Kealing, Bergman, Carroll, Crane,
Pelerman, Brown, Barrell, Smith,
L., Vreeland, Urwin, Smilh, E.
Under Miss Roberta Schlosserls direction, the Junior Chorus produced the colorful operetta "The
Saucy Hollandaisen on March eighth.
The story in its setting in the palace garden, concerns a Princess llrene Lindj who knows the
state secret of Holland. The Queen lFrances T errusil appoints Hans lGary Plankeyb to keep her from
telling it to a Prince llirik Landbergj.
Gther highlights of the story were the mutiny inspired by Joe Cflichard Parkerb, the trephining
operation performed by Dr. Quick lliugene Staleyj on Joe and the King lWalter Smithl, and
Meena's QNona Hollandj saving Hans from the Prince.
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September 14, 1945-Important bulletin of the day-Coach Cooley becomes adviser!!
September 21, 1945-At our meeting today Block M voted to buy the cheerleaders new uniforms.
February 6, 1946-Father and Son Banquet at the Home Center. Included among other guests were
our good friends-coaches Baker and Wormuth and also "Red" Shannon.
May 25, 1946-Loads of both good food and fun classed this year's picnic as something never to be
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FERDINAND NICANDRI . . Captain
FRANK CooLEY ......... Coach
JOHN BOURDON ....... Assistant Coach
PAUL AVVEDUTI, DICK DYSON, LARRY WETMORE . Managers
September 2, 1945-First call for football brought promising ma-
terial out to meet with the new coach.
September 3, 1945-What a workout! Evidently our muscles have
been on a real vacation. Are we stiff' l
September 11, 1945-Day by day, boys showed good team work,
improved blocking and passing.
September 29, 1945-Off to a good openerg we beat Clyde 20 to 0.
Celebrated with a dance at the "Rec,"
October 5, 1945-Another victory! This time under lights at
Newark. Score 25-0.
October 12, 1945-Lyons downed our eleven, 14 to 6.
October 20, 1945-Victorious over Palmyra to the tune of 32 to 0.
October 27, 1945-Feeling a bit humble after a 19 to 0 drubbing 3
November 3, 1945-Victorious today over Penn Yan 26 to 0.
November 10, 1945-Mynderse 0-Waterloo 0! What a finale for
FRANK COOLEY, Coach
As we look back over the season, we find that Mynderse scored 109 points to our opponents' 33,
that we won all home games although all these games were played on wet fields.
BACK Row: Coach Cooley, Dyson, Caraccilo, Pralt, DelRusso, Sanders, Lay, Cafaro, Carpenter, Serling, Page, Piscilelli,
Eighmey, Wetmore, Assistant Coach Bourdon. SECOND ROWVC Sisson, Rizzieri, Scaiiaglia, Spiegelman, Rogers, Johnson,
Fegley, Baker, Capacci, Sandroni, Giooannini, V., Aronson, Paradise, Leiizia, Avveduli. FRONT Row: Fornesi, Ruiz,
Giovannini, D., Schaertl, Martin, Sinicropi, Nicandri, Giovannetii, Passijione, Lorenz, Watkins, Comiskey, Poole.
BACK now: Cooley, Coachg Snyder, Johnson, lwanagers: Olrnslead, Poole, Passifione, Cramer, Dyson, Managers. SECOND
now: Paradise, Gzovannmt, Broadbent, Nlariin, Schaeril. Fmsr now: Lorenz, Zlliller, Fornesi, Co-Capiainsg Sinicropi.
November 30, 1945fA tall and fast Canandaigua quintet scored a 31-20 victory over Mynderse
for our SGHSOIFS opener.
December 4, 1945-T his game proved to be a top tliriller with Mynderse eking out a 29-28 victory
December 7, 1945-The Mynderse five was defeated by a fast moving Lyons team by a 40 to 19
December 14, 1945-We watched Mynderse Blue and White defeat the Clyde quintet with a 34 to
December 20, 1945-Crowded buses took students to Geneva to see Mynderse crushed 45 to 22 by
a much superior team.
January 4, 1946-The Penn Yan game was another close score thriller. Mynderse trailed near the
end but came ahead to win 34-33 i11 the last 40 seconds.
January 11, 1946-Our next game of the year was lost to a fast and aeeurate Newark five, 40-21.
January 15, 19464A good Palmyra Hve invaded our court and earned a 37 to 23 victory before the
usual capacity crowd.
January 22, 1946
-Mynderse again bowed to Canandaigua on an exceptionally "off" night 44-13.
January 25, 1946-Mynderse and Waterloo clashed again in another good game with us the victor,
February 1, l946-
February 5, 1946-
A ,lighting M ynderse five lost to Lyons 52-38.
Clyde upset 1V1ynderse 36-29 in a rather disappointing game.
February 8, 1946fCeneva invaded and defeated Mynderse 46 to 25 in a lopsided game.
February 13, 1946-Mynderse won over Penn Yan 42 to 34 in a well played game which sent
Mynderse to the Sectionals, undefeated in Finger Lakes Class A League.
February 21, 1946-The only overtime game of the season was played tonight with Newark downing
a fighting Mynderse live 44-43 in an exceptionally interesting game.
March 1, 1946-Palmyra closed our League season with a 48 to 41 defeat administered there.
March 8, 1946-At the Iirst Sectional game the Blue and White five defeated rival Perry 25-21 at
March 14, 1946-Painted Post outplayed the Mynderse five 49 to 35 in a fast game which ended
basketball for Mynderse during the current season.
BACK Row: Passifi0ne,'Sinicropi, Martin, Broadbent, Schaertl, Poole, Coach Rallis. SECOND Row: Lay, Giovannini,
Amsworth, Gwvannellz, Jarrett, Mzller, Lorenz. FRONT Row: Spiegelman, Scailaglia, Avvedali, Page, Lelizia.
CARLO GIOVANNETTI . . Captain
MB. BALLIS, Mn. PARKIN . . Coaches
BBIN KISSEL, EARL JOHNSON . . Managers
April 1, 1945-"Play Ball!" What a welcome sound to our baseball minded Myndersians! Everyone
at school is either a player or a rooter.
April 23-First game of the season and off to a good start. Trounced Romulus, 19-2.
May 8-Played Penn Yan today and won, 2-1.
May 9-Waterloo game brought out a crowd who watched us win, 11-10, in a close contest.
May 11-Winning streak continued. This time won from Geneva, 8-2.
May 15-Canandaigua downed our nine today with a score of 4-2.
May 18-Our luck has changed. Waterloo took us over to the tune of 7-6.
May 23-Another defeat! Today it was Geneva who beat us by the low score of 3-1.
May 25-Return game with Penn Yan netted them a victory, 8-4.
June 1-Last game of the season and the laurels went to Canandaigua, 13-2.
June 1-Carlo Ciovannetti was voted the most valuable player of the season, while Dave Gio-
vannini won the award for getting to first the greatest number of times. In summing up the season
we can say it was only a fair one, though the pitching of Ainsworth and Sinicropi was excellent at
J une 23-Graduation took only Captain Giovannetti, J arret, Ainsworth and Lay, so we are look-
ing forward to a good showing next year with a nucleus of seasoned players to represent Mynderse
on the diamond.
Since the spring of 1945 tennis has enjoyed varsity status among our school sports. Racquet
men captained by Bob Fornesi and coached by Mr. Wallace Smith, entered competition with high
school teams from neighboring towns in the Finger Lakes Tennis League, comprising Geneva,
Canandaigua, Penn Yan, Waterloo and Seneca Falls.
In as much as most of our players were untaught in the fundamentals of the game at the begin-
ning of the season, it was necessary for Mr. Smith to teach them essentials such as the various
serves, strokes, and stances, before they could seriously consider competitive play outside their
group. With practice, they improved to the extent of making a fair showing against the more seasoned
players on teams with whom they contended.
Eight matches were scheduled, and Mynderse won five of these-not too bad a showing for the
first season for this team. It is expected that since all the players are in school this year, and already
practising, that this more experienced team will fare better in this year's competition. The local
boys have shown enthusiasm, ability and persistence in practice, so this coupled with student sup-
port and interest in knowing the game, should guarantee the future of tCI1I1lS as a varsity sport. at
Last spring Mynderse won both matches from Waterloo, one from Penn Yan and two from Canan-
daigua. Each match consisted of three singles and two doubles.
STANDINGS Smith, Rogers, Fornesi, Olmslead. FRONT Row: Seitz, Snyder.
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1. Up goes the pyramidggirl gymnasis in iniramurals. Q. "1fVinged V1'clory"fformed by afew girl iamblers. 3. Look out
ahead-Helen Chalker and Jean Dilmore have a bead on you. 0. The Senior High Girls' Basketball Champs. Slanding-
Pozzero, Reynolds, Van Cleef, Herrells, Doane, Burgessg Srnzflh, Coach. Kneeling-Swineharl, Zona, Cllalker, Caplalng
Seilz, Tarquino. 5. Wcllclz and learn as Miss Srnillz shows how il's done. 6. Boys and girls from gym classes clo zz "Grand
Left and Riglzlf' 7. "Ladies chain!"
1. Boys Tumblers Pyram id. 2. Higher slill goes Seilz and company! 3. Senior Volleyball Victors. Back Rowgllalz, Watkins
Miller, Nicandri. Fronl Row-Lorenzg Smillz, Caplaing Bausch. 0. Junior High Volleyball Champs. Back How-Knapp
Borden, Jones, Fiano. Front Row-Andrews, Carpenler. 5. The Winning Junior Class Baskelball Team. Back Row-
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Denman. Johnson, Walkins, Allan, Poole. Front Row-Avreduli, Sloane. Seilz. Rogers. 6. J unlor High Basketball Top
nolchers. Back How-Sclzaerll, Hosford, Lalhey, Ellison, Denman. Fronl RowSCooley, Coachg Noble, Russo.
Tender memories of our high school
Shall forever last."
Proudly stands our glorious Mynderse
Beautiful to view,
Walls resound with Words of Wisdom
To each student true.
Hear our praises,
As each voice is raisedg
Glory to the Alma Mater
Of our high school days.
Tender memories of our high school
Shall forever last,
And our love for thee, dear Mynderse,
Cannot be surpassed.
As We leave thee, Alma Mater,
To tread paths anew,
Grateful hearts have we for Mynderse
And her teachers too.
cn. Q: X-
C O R P O R AT I 0 N
G. D. Porter, Prop.
M O R E H O U S E ' S
Restaurant and Boat Livery
Town Clock Service Station
L9-ke Rwd Seneca Falls, N. Y.
CLARENCE C. CONKEY, JR., Proprietor
ggi? Compliment of
DR. ROBERT J. HOWLAND
to the Class of '46
W. Be a Satisfied User of Our Famous
D 81 I-I and LEHIGI-I VALLEY COAL
COKE - WOOD - AMBRICOAL
5543 MALONE BROTHERS
28 Clinton Street Phone 313
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PINS AND RINGS
ENGRAVED COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS
ANNOUNCEMENTS AND PERSONAL CARDS
GEORGE D. KILLIP
Rochester, N. Y. District Manager
B R 0 T A N '
Success to the Class of 1946
D. W. ODELL
E. C. GIUSTI 8: SON
Expert Wofoh om! Clock Repairing
73 Ovid Street Seneca Falls
Plumbing . . .
Phone 12 Seneca Falls, N. Y
For Good Food
PETER TARDELLI, Prop.
LEADER IN SHOE REPAIRING
HARRY'S TIRE SHOP
Firestone Factory Controlled
THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Compjimmn gf CARUSO'S IGA STORES
25 Bridge St. Phone 491
C 0 O L E Y 7 S 22 Daniels St. Phone 121
Wallpaper and Paint Store Complimenfr
34 Fall St. Phone 605-Ll of
GEO. L. AYERS
Beyf Wjybgy ig Fine Picture Framing
Window Shades Venetian Blinds
The Graduating Class 38 Millff Sf- 13110116 30
me-f WILLIAMS AND SON
Reliable jewelerf 111 Yefzrf
L. Sr. Fine Repairing-All Work Guaranteed
74 Fall Sr, Phone 250-R
Seneca Falls, N. Y,
SAMMY'S BARBER SHOP
Ladies' and Chilclren's Hair Cutting
AT LOWER STATE STREET
RED AND WHITE STORE
Groceries and Meats
CLASS OF 1946
18 Rumsey St.
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
PETER M. DORAN
gf Funeral Director
Congratulations to the Members of
The 1946 Class of Mynderse Academy
The Seneca Falls Savings Bank
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Goulds Pumps, Inc.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
of Pzmzpf EXCZZLUUEQI
Best Wiffaef to the of
Clam of 1946 A FRIEND
W. T. GRANT
87 Fall Street of
Iron Fireman Stokerf
Save With Safety at
Phone 360 THE REXALL STORE
E. H. HOSLEY, Ph. G., Prop
Bert Wirber to the
Graduating Class of 1946 .
S. S. PALMER CO. Slmone Auto Parts
Heat Headquarters for over 50 Year: 24,HOur Towing Service
New and Used Parts
We Sell the Best and Junk the Rest
MAYNARD'S BICYCLE SALES 0
AND SERVICE Phone: 788 44 Bridge St
All Work Guaranteed
26 State St. Phone: 316
L. M. RUTHRAUFF
18 Daniels St. Phone: 427
CURRY 81 MackAIN
Radio Appliances 8: Repairs
36 Water St. Phone: 712
This store has been the school supply headquarters
For Mynderse Academy pupils for many years
Year Patrorzalge if Greatly Appreceated
It will be a pleasure to continue to greet you
For the Mynderse Graduate-Visit Our Gift and Card Departments
MARIE E. MURPHY
BOOKS - STATIONERY-GIFTS AND
117 Fall Street
bt. ilBatrirk'5 harsh
WHITING'S I. G. A. STORE
Groceries, Meats and Vegetables
Lake Rd., Seneca Falls Phone 574-J
Seneca Falls Granite Works
w. G. NELSON AND SON
PURE ICE AND
ICE - COAL - FUEL OIL
GAY AND SON AGENCY
Strand Theatre Bldg.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
The Homestead Grill and
vno c. SCATTAGLIA, Prop.
STORY AND STRONG
Heating, Plumbing, Tinning
of the Class of 1946
Always a Good Show!
Schine's STRAND Theatre
W. J. MACKIN
Men's Furnishings and Wornen's Hosiery
"The Store of Cheerful Service"
Seneca Falls, New York
Milton Frye, Mdfzdger af
THE SENECA BOOT SHOP
T H E A L P S
Restaurant and Candy Shoppe
A. G. FARRELL
Retail Wine and Liquor Store
Home Made Ice Cream
Good Food if Good Health Complzmofm
Fall St. of
To the Graduating Class of Mynderse, we, at Moore's extend our
heartiest congratulations and if your future endeavors lead you into
college, or the business world, our thoughts and best Wishes will
be with you always.
MOURE FURNITURE GO.
"For the Home of Yom' D76!l772J"J
72 FALL ST.
WESTCOTT R LE CO.
M. S. MATTERSON
M Y N D E R S C E N E GENERAL CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK
Mynderse Own Column Phone 75 43 Clinton S:
Exclusive in Cangplimmn of
THE REVEILLE OWNEY'S GRILL
FRANK ZONA 81 SON
LEO J. HOLLAND
BAND BOX CLEANERS
ERWIN F. AUSTIN
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
' Complimentf of
Cgmplzlnem GIBBS AND MARKIN
of Opposite Entrance to Gould Hotel
COMMERCE THE BONNETT SHOPPE
Fine Clatbex for Fine Women
SENECA FALLS 103 Fall Street Seneca Falls
Camplimentf DR' E' F' DOWD
- M- S- SOCIETY SCALZO'S BILLIARD PARLOR
E. T. SCALZO, Proprietor
Seneca Knitting Mills, Inc.
GOOD LUCK FROM
WARD'S CANDY SHOP
49 FALL STREET
ICE CREAM S"DeZZcZ0mU Different"
CANDY-"We Make It"
Complzmentf , 5 THE WILLOWS , ,
Groceries and Provisions
Ice and Ice Cream
Cayuga Lake, R. D. 2 Phone 202-J
Compliments of Complzmemzf of
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
A Established 1837 IO9 Years
Complzmenfr , ,
af Service Security
DR. MILO H. SAHLER 5ffiCf1Y Modem
Seneca Novelty and J 0 H N LIT T L E
CLEMENT P. P1sC1'rELLi
Ph 758 Compliments of
Peter 8: Angelo Lucchesi
201-207 Fall St. Seneca Falls, N. Y. Friendly Service Station
MR and MRS Compliments
NARZZETTI NICANDRI of
Congratulations to the Class of Ferry S Red 8: Whlte
1 9 4 6 Store
TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP
glue Cfaaa of 1946
May' the good luck that brought you through to
graduation be with you always
KIRK-CASEY POST No.g366
Every poultryman and dairyman who buys Beacon Feeds gets much more than
mere bags of feed. He gets a carefully developed system of feeding and management
which, when followed, practically assures his success.
In the Northeastern States Where Beacon Feeds are sold, specially trained service
men devote their entire time to giving practical aid to their customers. Back of this corps
of service men is the Beacon Poultry Research Farm and the Beacon Dairy Research Farm
which are constantly alert to develop progressive steps in feeding and management.
'4' SPECIALIZED "BEACON" RATIONS FOR EVERY FEEDING NEED +
THE BEACON MILLING COMPANY, INC.
Cawplimwzttr 0 f
.Alu KKIYLCLPL greefing Garcb
DOAN'S MEAT MARKET
Phone 49 Fall St.
MRS. B. R. ARMITAGE
2 Terrace Row
D131 Cletznifzg and Tailoring
GANOGA STORE 13110116275-J
E. B. BISHOP AND SON
Greetings to each and every
one of you
C O N N O L L Y ' S
m, XVOITICILS and Childrelfs Apparel
61 Fall Sc. Seneca Falls, N. Y
Camil1a's Beauty Shoppe Cgfnphlfzenff
Jim, John and Jack
The Model T and Austin--"Kings"
H. W. KNIGHT
AND SON, Inc.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
HARRY'S SMOKE SHOP
FALL ST, o LAKE BLVD.
Ice Cream and Frozen Custarcls
I-I. W. AMIDCN, Projzrietor
Cofzgmtulafiofzx CMP!! "Ze'l ff of
to ANN'S RESTAURANT
C L A S S O F 1 9 4 6
dum Jw! and mfg. CGW ffff M of
60. Roy's Service Station
CLARY BROS., CLOTHIERS
Seneca Falls and Waterloo, N. Y.
WILKES SERVICE STATION
. K. DILMORE
Ma gic Chef
Gas Ran ges
eo: Capparel1i's Grocery
John Bellardino Inc.
0 Complimentf of
WILLIAM H. USHER
M. W. SCHULMAN
Optometrist C Z I
Seneca Falls, N. Y. Phone 799 0772? Zmenm
Complimentr of Q
TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP
Across from Lambert's Grill
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Baker
M. J. Cosentino
SMITH 81: PEARSON, INC. 87
PLUMBING 8: HEATING MILLING SUPPLIES
DEVOE PAINTS - BUILDERS SUPPLIES - WESTINGHOUSE SUPPLIES - SHEET METAL
HOUSEXVARES -4' CARRIES AIR CONDITIONING -P GIFTS
AUBURN NEW YORK
Temporary address at
16 State Street, Auburn, N. Y.
Quality Furniture at Laweft Prirer
Stoves and Kitchen Furniture Department
Clothing, Shoes, Men's and Boys' ' FREE PARKING '
Fumlshmgs 43 Water St. Auburn, N. Y
27-29 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
WHIPPLE 81 FORMAN
Charles A. Whipple
Auburn's Most Complete
Sporting Goods Store
49 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
BENNETT AND TRACY
Shoes o Luggage o Hosiery
82-84 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
THE BIG STIIRE
Victor, Columbia, Decca, Capitol and Others
All the Latest Hits
Sheer Music and Records
THE BAIN MUSIC CO.
8 Exchange St. Call 328 Auburn, N. Y.
A Complete Mmic Servire
Best Wishes to the
Class of '46
SAM VAN DITTO
MOVING AND TRUCKING
Phone 86 69 Ovid Street
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
67 Ovid St.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Compliments LOUISE BEAUTY SHOPPE
of May George
THE ROLFE MOTOR CO, Phone 498 Seneca Falls, N. Y
Complimenff of Complimentf
F. W. WILLIAMS of
OPTOMETRIST GLANVILLE 8: WERNER, INC.
THE HOTEL GOULD
A Pride of the Community
R. M. GRINSTEAD, Pres.
RICHARD VAN NOSTRAND, Mgt.
ANTHONY DI TOTTO, Prop.
FRED MAIER AND SONS
Building Materials Blue Coal
Paint Automatic Stokers
Retail and Wloofe.rale
Grocery and Confectionery
64 Ovid St. Phone 540
Legal Beverages and Good Food
DENNISTON SLJONES, Prop.
Sheridan O11 Co
DISTRIBUTORS OF ,
ATLANTIC GASOLINE AND C0mPW'1"f
FUEL PRoDUeTs of
O1ztj5fz'erf fo Mj'lZd61'J6 Meri
to the CLASS OF 1946
Come FO our
OVID STREET FIELD
July 14 to 21
GAMES, RIDES and FREE
ACT EACH NIGHT
This Field Will Soon Be Lighted For
Soft Bull Games
THE SENECA FALLS
Home Cookelf Fowl at Ilr Bef!
WALTER S. WARD
Coal, Wood and Builders' Supplies
COLELLA'S BOWLING ALLEYS
DE MATTIA'S FRUIT STORE
Seneca Falls Frozen Food Locker Plant
FROZEN FRUITS and VEGETABLES,
TURKEYS and CHICKENS
Cayuga St. Forks Phone 243 Seneca Falls, N, Y.
Congmmlazfiom TO THE CLASS
CLASS OF 1946
6'Wayne Guy's 0rchestra"
AL PARKS, JR., Mmmger
Tel' 307-J BULLOCK
A MYNDERSE FRIEND
Radio and Electric Sales
and Service Comphmmm
97 F111 Sffefff LAMBERT'S GRILLE
Eveqyfbing Electriml for the
Home and Shop
PAUL J . MORGANTI
High School Fellows
If you Want Real Quality Clothes-
Suits, Slacks, Sport Outhts-Built the
way college men like them, styled the
Way prep school men Wear them and
priced so low you'll have money left
for other Wants-
131 GENESEE STREET
Al!blH'72,.l' Leading .ftere
for Mefz and Beyr
HARRY F. ALLEN Sz COMPANY
144 Genesee St. Auburn
WILLIAM B. HISLOP AND CO.
The Dore Tha! Sewer Y 011 Morzeki'
Auburn, New York
ROTARY SERVICE STATION
Seneca Falls Auburn Road
Jerry Sullivan, Prep.
Bert Wi.rber te Ike Clezrr ef '46
Bill and Chuck Carroll
Mynderse '40 and '41
CHRYSLER When in Need of
d Furniture, Floor Coverings
an or Draperies
Fred L. Huntington
The Rotary Club
Try Wait's First
Alfa Complete Decewzfiee Service
THE H. R. WAIT CO.
Auburn's Largest, Most Completely
Stocked and Best Equipped Home
Main Store Stove Store
77-83 Genesee St. 22 Dill St.
Used Furniture and Antiques
24-26 Clark Street
Upholstering and Furniture Repairs
Now at Main Store
WELLS W. PERKINS
Clipper Craft Suits
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Com !.7 N SENECA COLLISION
I' 1 'W SERVICE
McMillen Radio Sales 8: SQFVICC
8 State Street, Seneca Falls, N. Y
SPRINGBROOK POULTRY FARM
DONALD E. KUNEY
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Rhode Ifland Redf
.Yingle Comb White Leglmrnf
Baby Cbickr and Egtgr
MILLER'S QUALITY MARKET
A Market of Distinction
NEW AND USED HOME
Francis M. McNaney
Mofzty and Grocerief
30 Gvid St.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Cowpliozozztf of CHEX7ROLET
JOLLY CO-0P'S 4-H CLUB OLDSMOBILE
Tlomzk You For Your Paztromzcge! 714
God Speed, Best of Luck and
Good Health ro You All
Seneca Typewriter Exchange
Seneca Motor Co.
Congratulations BEST WISHES
mmf TO THE
Szocceff CLASS OF
THE CLA55' OF
W. H. Burns
WILLIAM D. ROYCE
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
Confectionery Store 19 Bridge St.
IRENE E. WOLF
Clwice Meettf am! Grecerief
Fayette, N. Y.
Klionsky Scrap Iron
and Metal Co.
MR. JOEL D. RITTER
Fayette, N. Y.
RED AND WHITE STORE
The Trading Center of Fayette
Phone 622 Fayette, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Robenolt
Fayette, N. Y.
THE CLASS OF 1946
L A Y B R O S .
Harold Lay Willis Lay
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
3 Qfff 'Q
1. 1 I7 YE L .L
D' 0 ll
just as students carefully select the
stepping stones of life, We select with
utmost care the precious stones, dia-
monds, that will enrich and beautify
.J E VV E L E R
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
GENEVA. N. Y.
THE SENECA SHOP
J. F. Hobbins
GENEVA, N. Y.
RAY'S BIKE AND KEY SERVICE
444 Exchange St. Geneva, N. Y.
Oflice Machines ' Office Supplies
Refrain- All Maker
Konen Equipment Co.
YMCA Bldg., Geneva Phone 2084
J. W. Smith Dry Goods Co.
GENEVA, N. Y.
l l l TO GO!
' 83 years' leadership in training
youth for Business as a Profession.
9 New terms in day school begin
every 3 months. Many career
courses, all offering diplomas.
' No previous commercial training
' Associate Member of American
Association of Junior Colleges.
' Homelike Residence Halls.
Rochester BUSINESS Institute
172 Clinton Ave, South
Rochester 4, N. Y. Phone Main 3869
With Luck to Futura C lafmr
Seneca Falls Council
K. of C.
Grade A. Pasteurized Milk
SENECA FALLS P
DRY CLEANING f
COMPANY RED JACKET
F I R E M E N
10' a 11 d
AU X I L I A RY
JERRY KLANDATOS THE ELECTRIC SHOP
104 pau St. FRANK MCCARTHY, Prop.
Seneca Falls, N. Y. Phone 311 Seneca Falls, New York
VERN H. HARTRANFT of
Phone 628-M Fayette, N. Y. MANUEL'S RESTAURANT
Cafzzjvlimmtf Cozzzpljwezm' of
of B. KIBBEY
HOLMAN'S RIDES MACHINE CO.
Complimelzlf of Cwzplimefztf of
CLINE'S GARAGE FRANK FINCH'S BAKERY
Trinity Lane 141 Fall St. Seneca Falls
Tfbool Xzzppljef mu! Tobacco
and Ice Cream
42 Ovid Sr. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
CAPITAL FINANCE CORP.
90 Fall St. Seneca Falls
17 Bridge St. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
THE CLASS OF 1946
C. S. FEGLEY
BYRNE FUNERAL HOME
Irzmnzfzce-of EWU Dorcrjption
M. J. O'BRIEN
GEORGE H. LEET
DOMINICK ROMEO, JR. DON CALARCO
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
SPORTS . . .
MU! flfwl JI:
1. Mr. Rockwell bays: Frank after bi: dixcbarge
2. jirnmie andjaan sit one out al the balL
3. johnny Francexclri get: down lu work.
4. Barbara primpx in a dressing room.
5. jean Bentley plum a new paint jab.
6. A Kris aj to Play Day in Gennw.
7. juif, be'x ull!!
8. Mui General Wainwright wbo rlrizwed lbe band.
9- jun Gorton in a laxl minute :beck np.
10. Prslly Mary Ellrn!
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