Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)
- Class of 1948
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THE SENIOR CLASS
I SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK
T H E 19 4 8
Tlns IS the logbook of the school vear Nmeteen
Hundr ed and lforty elght
As we semors e11tered our last xe xr at Myn
derse Academy we reahfed Vlltll regret tl1at we
were nearmg the home stretch of 1 long voyage
We h 1d started o11t llllllll full sall Ill September
1911 after an QUSPILIOUS launclnng a11cl now 111
June l9l8 we are lt last pullmg 111to port
Our voyage l1as been cventful full of adv en
tures and new exper1ences qmce we haven t
room to relate them all to vou only the lngh
hghts have been recorded 111 tl11s log
We started out as 'XPIJIQIILICG Seamen F he
faculty acted IS OU1 Sli1pIl6lS Ieadmg us teach
mg us and Sll'lI'1I1g our expcrlenees Wltll just 19
much zeal md Ll1l,llUS1ElSIIl as though 1t 11 e1e then
Inst CI'll1SG We cngoved VSOI'lx1Ilg together 111 the
classroom and 111 all the act1x1t1es aboard our
slnp even though at UHIGS our S9dIIldIlSl1lp left
somethmg to be deslred
0111 crevv l1as lear11ed to pull toge ther through
calm ww aters Hllfl stormy seas The compamon
slnp vse have found 111 0116 another IS somethmg
we shall llvvays Cll6I'lSll
Fo preserve these IIILIIIOIIGS of our school year
we have puhllshed tl11s vearhoolc feehng, tl1at the
Il3lltlCcll theme we haxe chosen for tl11s 1948
My Ilflf-31 slan tres 111 mth tl1e story ofthe students
of Mynderse Academy As the reader sc a11s tl1e
pages of tl11s log we hope he xull become ac
quamted Wlllll Mvnderse and get a better llI1Cl6I
standmg and c1pp16ClHlL10Il of our scl1ool
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These slalely Elizabelhan galleons,
rnemenloes of lhe days of Drake and
lhe Armada, have ever been a herilage
of marilime history. Plying lhe
Spanish Main with cargoes from
Darien, lhey were the leading ships
of lheir lime.
Oar adminislralors aol as sach lead-
ers, gaiding us on the sea of knowl-
edge and inlo safe harbors.
Mrs. Manii, Hilbert, Knigllt, Bruchl, PKUIIICU, Vergamini, Glanville.
Seneca Falls has a six-member Board of Education
to whom the community intrusts the responsibilities of
local educational services and the solution of problems
pertaining' to school administration.
lVlr. Jolm Bracbt who heads the organization as
president, has the impressive record of twenty-four
years on the board, having succeeded Mr. George Gob
in l92-11. Second in years of service is Mr. lfrank Knight,
who became a board member in 1937. Mr. Earl Hilbert
joined the board, June, l9fl2g lVlrs. John Mann, in
December, 194114, Mr. Robert Glanville and Dr. Angelo
Romeo, in July, 19173 and Mr. Bernard Vergamini in
October, 19447. The latter is filling the unexpired term
of Mr. James Romeo.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Ten years ago lVlr. Page calne
from the Dryden-Freeville Central
School to head the Seneca Falls
school system. Since then, the vari-
ous buildings have been put into
good condition, courses have been
broadened, and notable progress
made in charting a successful edu-
ca tional course.
Superinlendenl Qf Schools
OUR ADMIRAL AND VICE-ADMIRAL
All students salute Mr. Vogel for
keeping the U.S.S. Mynderse ship-
shape and remaining faithfully at
his post for twenty-five short years.
During his years here as Principal,
he has advised Inany students
"never to abandon shipf' They
seldom forget Mr. Vogcl's e cellent
Principal of Nlynderse Academy
R EXFORD ROCK WELL
Vice-Principal of Myndersc Academy
The death of Rexford Rockwell on September 29,
l947, shocked and deeply grieved the faculty and stu-
dents of Mynderse Academy and the people of the
Down through the years lVlr. Rockwell showed his
devotion to his work hy his painstaking efforts to help
students with the guidance problems which they took
to him so eagerly. He was a good friend, not only of
the students of Mynderse Academy, hut also of the
townspeople. He as a veteran of World War One under-
stood the G. lfs and was invaluable when they returned
to school in such numbers immediately following their
lt is easy to understand why Rexford Rockwell,
loved hy young and old alike, is missed so greatly.
Julia ll. OiBI'lCIl7l'3llgliSl1
F our Years
Louise M. SllHllllfJII7El!gllSll
Two and Three Years
Doris Wilsonflinglisli One
and Two Years
lVlargaroL Allen - English
One, Dramalirs, Publn'
Grave GibbsfSevenl.li and
lfifrlitli Lflllffllkllfi? Arts
rn rw zu Q,
Mary MilleraLating Tenth
Year Social Studies
Anne Sold--Frenclig Ninth
Year Social Studies
Hoy L. Heed-Advanced
Doris L. .lacobsfSeventli
and Eiglilli Grade Mathe-
Helen .l. TTEIIIIIIIOIlil-Sll0l'lr
hand, Secretarial l'racl.ic'c,
lVladeline Smilli - Algebra,
Typing, Inlroduc'tion Lo
Raymond G. Boc'laer-Book-
keeping, Com. Aritlnneliv,
Business Law, lntroduczlion
Emily B. Smilli-Elevenlli
and Twell'Lli Year Sorial
Lillian Oliver-Tenlli and
Eleventh Year Social Studies I
George H. WilberfNintl1X'7 '
Year Social Studies, Guid- m I- H
ance Direc-Lor KK, "Vi 'X
Birdena E. CampanyfSev- ' J '
enth Grade Social Studies
Hazel Wolelier G Eighth
Grade Social Studies -
Stanley Marshall - Physics,
General Science, Biologyg
John A. Bourdon-Seventh
and Eighth Grade Mathe-
matics, Scienceg Yisual Edu-
John Ganale-Seventh and
Eighth Grade Re1nedialgAth-
Raymond M. Hadtke-In-
dustrial Arts, General Science
Arts, General Science
Roberta Schlosser-M usic
.lohn C. Fraser-Instrument-
Wallace Slllll,ll7Sll'lllgI ln-
ing, Ninth Year llome Eco-
making, Grade Ilome Eco-
Florence E. Anderson-
Nurse, Attendance Olfieerg
Ramona Sehind ler-Asst.
Nurse, Attendance Officerg
Lois Pontius-Dental Hy-
lfrank Cooley - Physical
Education, Director Athletics
Anne Driscoll - Physical
This is a tramp steamer, a smoke-
begrirned gypsy ship, answering the
call of the seven seas and bent on
Our classes can be pietared as saeh
Steamers, bent on the errands of
learning and eo-operation. As the
ship stearns oeeanward with the pro-
daets of the hintertand, so may oar
classes go forward with prodaets of
work welt done.
As we pulled up our anchor and left port in
September, we realized that this was to he our
last, happy voyage together.
First of all came elections! From our crew of
eighty-seven, we chose Jack Carpenter as presi-
dent, Mary Frances Zona, vice-presidentg Jean
Bentley, secrctaryg and Mark Sinicropi, treas-
The first event on our voyage was our three-
act comedy, HEver Since Eveff in November.
The highlight of the social year came next-
the Senior Ball with its winter night theme and
King John lll and Queen Jean holding court.
OUR ADVISERS and O
Miss Hammond, Adviserg Sinicropi, Treasurer: Carpenter. Prcsidcntg Zona,
Vice-President: Bentley. Sccretaryg Smith. Adviser.
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Miss .I ulia O'Bricn
We forfeited some of
our pleasures aboard
ship for the all import-
ant 'task of collecting
data for this Mynders-
ian which went to press
in early spring.
As June nears, we
look back with affec-
tion and gratitude to
Miss O'Brien, our chief
adviser, and Miss
Smith and Miss Ham-
mond who assisted in
guiding us patiently
through senior year.
Josephine Agnello N. Elizabeth Amidon Robert Andrews Robert Aronson
Richard Ashbaugh Charles Baker, .. ' Delores Belcher Marv Bellomo
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,IOSEPHINE JEAN AGNELLO-Junior Jumbles 33 .lunior-Senior Party Committee 33 Library Club 43 Hearth
Club 4. Judging by .losie's skill al law, she should help Porliaface life .... NINA ELIZABETH AMIDON-Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling 1, 23 Senior Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, Opcretta 33 Band Majorctte I3 Freshman-Sophomore
Play Tournament Committee 1, 23 Pan-American Assembly 2g Junior Jumbles 33 .lunior lied Cross Council 3, Secre-
tary 33 .lunior Dance Committee 33 Junior Play Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 .lunior Prom Court
and Committee 33 Le Cercle francais 3, 43 Senior Play Committee 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Does
Belly wan! lo be the lady of lhe lake? . . . ROBERT GRANT ANDREWS-Intramurals 1. He gradualedffrom scooler
lo car .... ROBERT BERNARD ARONSON-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Competitions 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 1, 23 Freshman-
Sophomore Play Tournament 13 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Football 2. 3, 43 Microphone 2, 3, 4, Business Man-
ager 43 Pan American Assembly 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Class Treasurer 33 Block M 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43
Orchestra 3, 43 Boys' State 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior Play 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior-Senior Party
Committee 33 Junior Dance Committee 33 Student Council 43 Junior Kiwanian 43 Honor Student 4. Even lhough van-
quished, he could argue sllll-with apologies lo Golrlsrnilh .... RICHARD ROY ASHBAUGH-Freshman Dance
Committee 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Stage Crew I, 2, 3. 43 Movie Operator 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge
2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, All-State 3, 43 .I unior Jumbles 33 Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play 43 Myndcrsian 4.
Dickus is a bil of a dreamer, who likes slage, screen. and lheaier arls .... CHARLES BORROMEO BAKER-Football
1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee lg Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Le Cercle francais 2, 3, 4. President 33
Track 3, 43 Block M 3, 43 J unior-Senior Party Committee 33 .Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior Dance Committee 33
.Junior Jumbles 33 Senior Ball Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Happy-go-lucky, lhal's Charlie .... DELORES JEAN
BELCHER-Transfer from Elmira Southside Highg A Cappella Choir 13 Tri-Y 13 Humane Society 13 Mynderse
Academy: Tumbling Club 2. 33 Latin Club 33 Hearth Club 4. "Chuck,' will probably appreciale her lzomemaking abilily.
. , . MARY LUCILLE BELLOMOWGlee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Music Festival 2, 3, 43 All-State 43 Pan-American
Assembly 2g Library Club 2, 3. 43 Intramurals 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Myndersian 4.
One of lhe leading HG1fbson Girlsi' in Mynderse.
JEAN BERTHA BENTLEY-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 43 Girls' Gym
Exhibition 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Court 33 Senior Play Committee 43
Class Secretary 43 Senior Ball Queen 4. Ahead of the band marches gay, popular .lean. I s il any -wonder slie was Senior
Ball Queen? , . . RICHARD FRANCIS BLUE-fJunior Play 33 .lunior Prom Committee 33 .lunior Jumbles 3g Wig
and Rouge 4. A cheerful cherub-1968 vinlage .... JAMES MATTHEW BOWERSM-Transfer lrom Suncrest .lunior
High School, Morgantown, West Virginia: Art Club 13 Science Club 13 Basketball 13 Softball 13 Class Play 1. Myn-
dcrse Acacemy: Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 2g Intramurals 2, 3, 43 .lunior Jumbles 33 Junior-Senior
Party Committee 33 Baseball 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. This brawny Virginian lives lo conquer lhrough leasing ....
DORIS ELIZABETH BRADY-VVig and Rouge 1, 2, 3, 43 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman
Dance Committee 13 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee lg Freshman-Sophomore Play Tournament Committee
1, 23 Drum Majorette 1, 23 Tumbling Club 1, 2g Girls' Gym Exhibition 13 Pan-American Assembly 23 Sophomore
Dance Committee 23 Junior .lumbles 3g .lunior Play 33 Junior Party Committee 33 .I unior Prom Committee 33 Fresh-
man-Sophomore Play Director 33 Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play Committee 4-3 Myndersian 4. Prelly, pelile
Doris, llze willing worker, is one :J lhe class assels .... BETTY ANN BRAUN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom
Committee 33 Senior Play Committee 43 Junior Red Cross Alternate 43 Myndersian 4. Blond Belly is an alhlele of
dislinclion .... BERNARD FREELAND BROADBENT-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 13 Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior Party
Committee 33 J unior-Senior Party Committee 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. Bad's nickname is shorl, but he's nol ....
RALPH ANTHONY CAFARO-Freshman Dance Committee 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State 3, 4, Music Festivals
1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Play 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Awards
1, 2, 33 .lunior Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Boys' State 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Student Council
3, 4, President 43 Junior Kiwanian 43 Block M 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Honor Student 4. We l1aven'l heard llie
-, ,, lasl from Maesiro Cafaro and his golden lrumpel .... NIARCIA FRANCES CALARCOw1ntramurals 1, 2g Pan-
! American Assembly 23 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 23 Junior .lumbles 33 .lunior-Senior Party Committee
J 33 Junior Party Committee 33 Senior Play Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Sl1e's no! from the South, bul sl:e's our L'Swanee
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VERA MAY CALARCO-Intramurals 2, 33 Pan-Afherihan Program 2: .llll1 lI1lllCS 3g Junior-Senior Party Com-
mittee 3g Senior Ball Court 43 Senior Play Committee 4g Myndersian 4. lnlroduiring Vera, the other half of that dynamic
lwosome .... HONOR EILEEN CALLAND-Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. President 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43
Pan-American Assembly 23 Microphone 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4: Bond and Stamp Committee 2g Junior .lumbles 3:
Senior Play Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Honor-bright? Qf course, and amusing loo .... VINCENT LEWIS CARAC-
CILO-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Dance Committee 13 Sophomore Dance Committee 23
Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Le Cercle francais 3, 45 .l unior Party Committee 3g Junior Prom Committee 3g Junior-
Senior Party Committee 3g Junior Jumbles 39 Student Council 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Vince, with his impish grin
and personality plus, is one ofthe Romeos of '48 .... JOHN ROBERT CARPENTER-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Band
and Stamp Committee 1, Award 1, Freshman-Sophomore Play Tournament 13 Freshman Dance Committee 1g Band
1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State 4, Manager 43 Football 2g Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Festival 2, 3, 4, Operetta 33 Track 3, 4g .lunior Prom Committee 3g Junior .lumbles 3, Boys' State 33 Orchestra 4:
Junior Pnotarian 4g Senior Play 4g Class President 4g Senior Ball King and Committee 43 Student Council 4, Mynders-
ian 45 Honor Student 4. Piano is to President Truman as the baritone is to President Jack .... JULIA MARIE CARTER
WGlee Club 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 4, Operetta 33 Intramurals 2, 33 Pan-American Assembly 25 Science Club 33 Junior
.lumbles 3g Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 Latin Club 4g Senior Play Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Blushing Julie
is one of Room 19's friendliest girls .... BENNY MICHELE CARUSO-Intramurals l, 23 Freshman-Sophomore
Picnic Committee 1g Freshman Dance Committee lg Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Senor Play Committee 4.
I . G. A .-Intelligent, generous, ambitious-that's Benny .... LEWIS EDWARD CATHER NlAN-Freshman-Sophomore
Picnic Committee 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Club 1, 2g Clee Club 2. 33 Junior Prom Committee 3: Junior Play
Committee 3, Senior Play Committee 4. Ecl's reputation jbr quietness doesn't extend to Fayette .... ANGELO JOHN
CHERCHIA-Freshman Dance Committee lg Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 41 Le Cercle francais 1. 2, 3g Sophomore Dance
Committee 25 .l unior Dance Committee 3: Track Manager 3. Angelo has a hard name lo live up lo. but then ll'R,l'P all
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ELEANORE MAE CLINE-Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 1, Freshman-Sophomore
Picnic Committee l, 2, Bond and Stamp Committee 1, Sophomore Dance Committee 2, Pan-American Assembly 2,
Junior Jumbles 3, J unior Play 3, Junior Party Committee 3, Junior Red Cross 4, Secretary 4, Wig and Rouge 4,
Senior Ball Committee and Court 4, Myndersian 4. Eteanore's gatety and iriiiaciousness can well account for her rnany
friends .... DONALD RICHARD COMISKEY-Freshman Dance Committee 1, Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Com-
mittee 1, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Dance Committee
2, Block M 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Track 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Party
Committee 3: Junior-Senior Party Committee 3. Here's M. A.'s crashing tackle .... DONALD EDWARD CRAMER-
Basketball Manager 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Football 3,
Junior Prom Committee 3, Junior Play Committee 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Senior Play Committee 4, Myndersian
4. Don'l blow your lop. Ask Don for the chemical answer .... DORIS ALBERTA DARK-Wig and Rouge 1, 2, 3, 4,
Freshman-Sophcmmore Play Tournament 1, 2, Director 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2, Class Secretary l, Library Club 1, Junior Red Cross 1, Freshman Dance Committee 1, Latin Club 2, 3,
Acdile 3, Sophomore Dance Committee 2, Pan-American Assembly 2, Junior Play 3, Junior Dance and Prom Com-
mittees 3, .lunior Jumbles 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Microphone 4, Myndersian 4. Her serious ambition is to be a
doctor, but in the meantime she brightens our days with tireless energy and infectious giggles .... KENNETH WILLIAM
DEAN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Freshman-Sophomore Picnic l, 2. Ile left us in February to return to the land .,.. JEAN
ELIZABETH DEAR Y-lntramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Playdays 1, 2, Freshman-Sophommire Picnic Committee 1, Tumbling
Club 1, 2, Gym Exhibition 1, 2, Majorette 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4, Pan-American Assembly 2, Junior
Prom Committee 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Senior Play Committee 4, Myndersian 4, Announcement Committee 4. Sl1e's
good in sports, and clever in relorts .... DAVID GILBERT DEMINGfIntramurals 1, 2, Science Club 1, Sophomore
Hop Committee 2, .lunior Party Committee 3, Senior Ball Committee 4. A grin -l-a girl-l-a gun-fllflort ..,. NANCY
GUY DOANE-Freshman Dance and Party Committees 1, Glee Club 1, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Gym Exhibition 1, 2,
Student Assembly Committee 1, Freshman-Sophomore Play Tournament 1, 2, Director 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Playdays 1, 2, 4, Wig and Rouge 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, War Bond and Stamp Committee 1, Awards 1, 2, Fresh-
man-Sophomore Picnic Committee 2, Pan-American Assembly 2, Sophomore Dance Committee 2, Junior Red Cross
2, Vice-President 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Cantor 2, Consul 3, Microphone 3,4, Associate Editor 4, Empire State School
Press Conference 4, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Student Council 3, Corresponding
Secretary 3, .lunior Play 3, .lunior J umbles 3, .lunior Dance Committee 3, .lnnior Prom Court and Committee 3,
Empire Girls' State 3, Junior-Senior Party Committee 3, Senior Play 4, Senior Ball Court and Committee 4, D. A. R.
Essay Contest 4: Mynclersian Editor-in-Chiel' 4, Valeclictorian 4. Viiiifl. vibrant Nancy has playerl a stellar class role
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JOSEPH FRANCIS DOMBROVVSKI-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Freshman- Sophomore
Picnic Committee li Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Airplane Club 23 Junior Dance Committee 33 .I unior Play
Committee 3g Junior-Senoir Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior Play 43 Senior Ball Committee
43 Bowling Team 4. A bubbling personality in a carefree boy describes Joe .... JAMES NICHOLAS DURNIN-
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 1. 23 Sophomore
Dance Committee 23 Baseball 23 Junior Prom Committee 33 .lunior Play Committee 33 Senior Play Committee 4.
According lo the cards Jim's business future should be brighl .... MARCO PETER ERRICO-Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 43
Pan-American Assembly 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Band 4. Judging from his auto's hue, Merccfsfavorile color is blue. . . .
DINO ENZO FRANCESCHI-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Tumbling Club l. 23 Sopho-
more Dance Committee 23 Junior Dance Committee 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. A playboy-we rnean inlramurals.
. . . WENDELL SYLVAN FRANKENFIELD-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Pan-American Assembly 23 Airplane Club
2, 3g .lunior Jumbles 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. "Windy" enjoys nothing beller llzan being girls' "pest" friend. . . .
ISABEL RENA FRAPPOLLI-Pan-American Assembly 23 Junior Jumbles 33 .lunior Prom Committee 3. Isabelle
majors in La Verne. Interesting subject, isn'l he, lssy? . . . ALBERT ANTHONY GALLINA-Glee Club 13 Tumbling
Club 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Basketball 13 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior
.lumbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Stageman 3, 43 Award 33 .I unior Dance Committee 33 Senor Ball Committee
43 Bowling Team 43 Senior Play Committee 43 M yndersian 4. A live wire who can slring fhern along .... JOHN EMAN-
UEL GILNIOliEfTumbling Club 13 Freshman Dance Committee l3 lntramurals l. 2. 33 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic
Committee 1, 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 .lunior Dance Committee 33 Senior Ball Committee 4. John wanls
lo be a millionaire and relire at lwenly-one.
HENRY EDWARD GLEASON-Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club I 3 Tumbling Club I3 Freshman Dance Committee
I3 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior J umbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior Play 43 Bowling Team 43
Senior Play Committee 4. If you need a goozl man on an fnlramural team, holler for Hen-ry .... JANE ARLENE
GOODWIN-Turnliling Club I3 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I: Band I, 2, 3. 43 Glee Club I3 2, 3, 4,
Operetta Committee 3, All-State 43 Music Festivals 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2. 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3,43 Junior Jumbles
33 Junior Play Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Dance Committee
33 Senior Ball Committee 43 Junior Red Cross 4. President 43 Senior Play 43 Myndersian 4. Jane is a girl with a song
in her hearl and a smile on her face .... JOAN MARIE GORTON-Glee Club I3 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Com-
mittee I, 23 Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Pan-American Program 23 Junior Party Committee 33 Junior-
Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Queen and Committee 3g Junior Jumbles 33 Class Vice-President 33 Senior
Play 4-3 Student Council Secretary 43 Senior Ball Court 43 Microphone 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Red Cross Alternate 43
Myndersian 4. Gay, attractive Joan, who could help but love her? . . . LILLIAN BELLE GREEN-Intramurals I, 2, 33
J unior-Senior Party Committee 33 Hearth Club 4. In school, dernureg outside, nol sure .... DONALD COMSTOCK
HADLEY-Intramurals I, 43 Wig and Rouge I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 43 .Band I, 2, 3, 4, Festival I, 2,
3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Microphone 2, 3, Magazine Editor 3, Empire State School Press Conference 3:
Basketball 2, 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Student Council 43 Senior Play 43 Myndersian 43
Junior Kiwanian 43 Honor Student 4. Born with a gift for laughler, Don can make some-pun out of nothin' .... JOHN
EDWARD HANLIN-Intramurals I, 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle francais 2, 33 Baseball 3, 4. Jack always has ezcuses bul he
never brings them to school .... FRANK RICHARD HECKER-Football 2. Bud, our ea:-Marine, looks quite shy, but
Nancy knows better .... KATIILEEN DORIS KENNEDY-Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Competition Festival 2, 3, 4, Oper-
etta 3, All-State 43 Freshman Dance Committee I3 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly 23
Junior Party Committee 33 Junior Jumbles 3g Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 .I unior Prom Committee 33 Junior
Play Committee 3. A girl and a voice-both very nice.
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J J. D. KING- Unfalhornable describes J. D. Even his name is myslerioas .,.. CAROL HELEN KISSELfGlee Club 13
.J ' S' Library Club 13 Tumbling Club 1, 23 Freshman Dance Committee l3 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle francais 2, 3. 43
Q -53 Minister of Programs 2, Minister Without Portfolio 43 VVig and Rouge 2, 3, 43 Microphone 2, 3, 43 Pan-American
Q3 Q Assembly 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Elmira Key Award 33 Junior Play 33 Junor Prom Committee 33 .lunior
- 3- Party Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Assistant Director of Freshman Play 3g
' LE Senior Play 43 Myndersian 43 Student Council Alternate 43 Honor Student 4. A small parcel of dynamic energy, llzafs
X 2 Carol .... ANGELINE KLANDATOS-Glee Club 1: Freshman Dance Committee 13 Sophomore Dance Committee
4.59 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Junior Dance Committee 33 Junior J umbles 33 J unior Prom Committee 33 Acanthus
-3---lFClub 43 Myndersian 4. A good looking mimic, ihafs Ann. . . . ROSE RACHEL KLIONSKY-Library Club l3 Wig
o sand Rouge 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling Club 1, 23 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Awards
4 -I 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 3, Janitor 2, Consul 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 .lunior Play Committee 33 .lunior-Senior Party
I-P if, Committee 33 Junior Dance Committee 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Microphone 3. 43 Junior Red Cross 3, 4, National
.--74 N2 f Convention 3, Adviser 43 Senior Play Committee 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Myndersian 43 Honor Student 4. lf
il's possible, Rosie'll do it .... ROSE MARIE LAMA-Glee Club l, 2, Concert l, Operetta 23 Library Club l, 2, 3, 43
f- .lxlntramurals l, 2, 3, 43 Pan-American Assembly 23 Hearth Club 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior-Sehior Party Com-
3 mittee 3, Junior Play Committee 3, Senior Play Committee 4. My love is like a red. red rose. by Emerson. Cof course
3 we know aboulBurns.J . . . MARVIN WILLIS LA Y-Science Club lg Football 23 Band 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 43 Micro-
3 33 phone 2, 33 Pan-American Assembly 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Orchestra 3, 43 Glee Club 43
hi Senior Ball Committee 43 Myndersian 43 .lunior Kiwanian 4. Love makes lhe world go 'roand, and "lVIarv,' is dizzy. . .
'35 LEE ANTHONY LETIZIA-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 43 Baseball l. 2. 3, 43 Class President 13 Micro-
rg phone 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee l, 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-
fs American Assembly 23 J unior-Senior Party Committee 33 J unior Prom Committee 33 Junior J umbles 33 Block M 43
. . vjfDSenior Ball Committee 43 Junior Kiwanian 4. Lee's very flaliering in his allenlion lo lhe girl of the moment and does his
lechnzqae workl. . .JOHN PATRICK lVlAHONEYwIntramuraIs I 3 Freshman Dance Committee l3Sophomore Dance
li , Committee 23 .lunior Jumblcs 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Airplane Club 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 3.
A ' Q3 Pal Jack behind the wheel of his falher's car and walch lhal Ford go!
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HAROLD JAMES MARTIN-Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Class President lg Wig and Rouge l: Freshman-
Sophomore Play Tournament 13 Band 1, 23 Baseball 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior Prom Committee 33
J unior-Senior Party Committee 3. .lim's been in service in Japan: the things he's known and seen! . . . BARBARA
JEAN MILELLA-Freshman Dance Committee 13 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 1. 23 Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 .Iunior Jumbles 33 .I unior Prom Court and Committee 33
Senior Play Committee 43 Acanthus Club 43 Announcement Committee 4. A fashion-wise dancer, who has added a gay
note to 1908's parties .... JAMES ALBERT MILELLA-Freshman Dance Committee 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball Manager 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Band 4. He's rather short but mighty "hepl" . . . MARGARET
AILEEN MORGANYTrasnfer from Lawrenceburg High School, Lawrenceburg, Indiana3 Glee Club 1. Mynderse
Academy: Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Competition Festival 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Dance Committee 2g Pan-American Assembly 23
Acanthus 3, 4, Vice-Presdent 3, President 43 Junior Party Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 3g Junior
Prom Committee 33 .lunior Play Committee 33 Junior J umbles 33 Award 33 Le Cercle francais 4g Senior Play 43
Senior Ball Committee 43 Myndersian 4. Peggy, as a Southern gat in the senior play, nearly started another Civil War. . .
RITA ALBERTA OLIN- Her manner is incarably gentle .... THOMAS HARVEY OLMSTEAD-Freshman Dance
Committee 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Junior Dance Committee 3g
Junior J umbles 33 Junior Play Committee 33 Microphone 4g Junior Kiwanian 4. Whether it's shooting for baskets or
debating in history, Tommy always sinks them. . . . LEONARD JAMES PASSIFIONE-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Block M 2, 3, 4, President 43
Student Council 33 Junior Party Committee 3g Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party
Committee 3. Lenny is an all-around sportsman and an all-around pal.
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ANTIIONY JOHN PISCITELLI-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals I, 2, 3. 43 Freshman Dance Committee I3
Football 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Track 3, 4: Junior Party Committee 33 Junior-Senior Party Com-
mittee 33 Science Club 4. For football, basketball, or track, "Ptsky" really has a knack .... NORMAN ANSLEY PON-
TIUS-Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I, 23 Freshman Dance Committee I3 Student Assembly Committee
I, 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Microphone 2, 3. 43 .lunior Play 33 Junior Party
Committee 3g Myndersian 3, 4, Photographic Editor 43 Wig and Rouge 43 .lunior Kiwanian 43 Senior Play Committee
43 Senior Ball Committee 4. Here is incomparable Norm-philosoplzer, photographer. and "pl1r1'enrl." . . . DOROTHY
IRENE REYNOLDS-Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I, 23 .lunior Jumblcs 33 .lunior Dance Committee 33
Junior Prom Committee 33 Intramurals 3, 43 Senior Play Committee 43 Senior Ball Committee 4: Glec Club 43 Aean-
thus Club 43 Myndersian 4. We neverfind "Dol" without "Don," . . . LAURA ROSELINE REYNOLDS-Intramurals
I, 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festivals 2, 3, 43 Junior Play Committee 33 .I unior .lumbles 33 .I unior-Senior Party
Committee 33 Hearth Club 4. Brown-eyed Roseline has the legal mind .... IIELEN PATRICIA RILEY-Glee Club
I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Music Festivals 2, 3, Operctta 33 Cheerleader I, 2. 3, 43 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 43
Library Club I3 .lunior Red Cross Council I3 Tumbling Club I, 2, 33 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I3
Freshman Dance and Party Committees 13 Gym Exhibition I3 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American
Assembly 23 Play Days 2, 43 .lunior Jumbles 33 .lunior Dance Committee 33 .lunior-Senior Party Committee 33 .lunior
Prom Court and Committee 33 Le Cercle francais 33 Girls' Athletic Association 4. Vice-President 43 Senior Ball
Committee 43 Myndersian 4. A Mroolin' tooltn' " Mynderse clzeerleuder aml Reveille colamnisll . . . LOUIS ROY
RIZZIERI-Freshman-Scmphomore Picnic Committee I, 23 Freshman Party Committee I3 Intramurals l, 2, 3. 43
Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Baseball Manager 23 Le Cercle francais 2, 3, 4, President
43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 4, Captain 33 Block M 3, 43 .lunior Prom Committee 33 .lunior-Senior
Party Committee 33 Senior Ball Committee 43 Microphone 4. Objective: girls and sports. Mission acconzplislzert ....
DOROTHY AUGUSTA ROGERS-Hearth Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Conzforlable describes Dorollzy, a homemakiag
major, . . . RONALD SCHAERTL-Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Basketball l. 2. 3. 43 Baseball I3 Tumbling
Club I3 Track 3, 43 Class President 33 Empire Boys' State 33 Student Council 33 Block M 3, 4. Oar' brawny athlete.
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LEWIS ACHILE SCIALDONE-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I, 23 Freshman
Dance Committee 13 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Senior Play Committee 4g Senior Ball Committee 4. Louie
gets a tot of thinking done by being quiet .... PETER CARL SHUSTER-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 4,
Operetta 33 Senior Play 43 Junior Kiwanian 4. Deliberate describes Pete who nevertheless gets just about what he wants-
eventually .... ELIZABETH RITA SINICROPI-Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 23 Sophomore Dance Com-
mittee 2g Pan-American Assembly 23 .lunior Prom Committee 33 J unior-Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Jumbles 33
J unior Red Cross Council 4, Treasurer 43 Intramurals 43 Announcement Committee,4. Agreeabte "Liz" has manyfriends.
. . . MARK ANGELO SINICROPI-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, All-State 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Tumbling Club 13 Junior Bed Cross Council
I, 2, 3, Secretary 23 Freshman Dance Committee I3 Class Treasurer 1, 43 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 13
Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Class President 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Orchestra 3. 43 Student Council 3, 4,
Vice-President 33 .lunior Dance Committee 33 .lunior Jumbles 3g Junior Prom Committee 3g Empire Boys' State 33
Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play 43 Myndersian Business Manager 4g .lunior Kiwanian 4, Next is Mark, our top
salesman and promoter, a "regular" person with a high batting average in popularity .... PAUL SMITH SISSON-
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4g Freshman Dance Committee 13 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee I, 23 Microphone
2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 23 J unior Dance Committee 33 Junior-
Senior Party Committee 33 Empire Boys' State 3g Junior Play 33 .lunior .lumhles 33 Junior Prom Committee 3g Senior
Ball Committee 43 Junior Rotarian 43 Senior Play 43 Block M 43 Myndersian 43 Honor Student 4. Ambitious, serious,
and always ready with the right answer sums up Paul .... MARY PATRICIA SMITH-Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Music
Festivals 1, 3, 43 Hearth Club 13 .lunior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 3, 4. Attractive Pat is our demon speedster .... SEY-
MOUR ARNOLD SPIEGELMAN-Baseball 13 Freshman Dance Committee I3 Basketball 1, 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 43
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Ban,d I, 2, 3, 43 Music Festivals 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, 3, All-State 3, 43 Freshman-
Sophomore Play Tournament 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4,
Librarian 33 Junior Play Committee 33 .lunior Prom Committee 33 Junior Jumblcs 33 Block M 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43
Senior Ball Committee 43 Senior Play 43 Myndersian 43 Student Council Alternate 4. The class QI' '08's reason why
teachers get gray-irrepressibte Seymour .... LILLIAN ELIZABETH STOWELL-Junior Red Cross Council 33
J unior .Iumbles 3g Junior Prom Committee 33 Hearth Club 3, 4. "1Wums the word" is Lila's motto.
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DORIS TERESA SUGLIA-Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta Committee 3, Competition Festival 2. 33 .I unior Jumbles 33
Junior-Senior Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 3. Where ll1ere's music, one can always jnd Doris ....
KATHLEEN WESTENSTransfer from Lake Shore High Schoolg Glee Club 1. 23 School Paper 1, 23 Freshman
Dance Committee 13 Class Picnic Committee 1, 23 Sophomore Dance Committee 2. Mynderse Academy: Junior
.Iumbles 3g Junior Dance Committee 33 J unior-Senior Party Committee 3: Junior Prom Court 33 Senior Ball Com-
mittee 43 Myndersian 4. Our intriguing blonde from out Detroit way .... LAWRENCE WARDELL WETMORE-
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee lg Sophomore Dance Committee 23 Pan-American
Assembly 23 Baseball 2, 3g Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 43 Football Manager 2, 3, 43 Junior Play 33 Junior Jumbles 3g Junior
Prom Committee 3g Junior Party Committee 33 Orchestra 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Basketball
Manager 4. Meet Larry who is going to be a pharmacist and drug the customers with his smile .... JUNE ARLENE
WOLF-Glee Club 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 23 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 2g Junior J umbles 33 J unior-Senior
Party Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Senior Play Committee 43 Senior Ball Committee 43 Hearth Club 4.
What's in a name? . . . RALPH MARR W0RDENWlntramurals l, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Dance Committee 13 Band 2.
Living in the country doesn't stow Ralph clown any .... RICHARD WESLEY WRIGHT-Transfer from Union Springs
Central Schoolg Glee Club 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Wrestling 23 Football 3. Dick
came to the Wright place, to Mynderse from Union Springs .... MARY FRANCES ZONASGlee Club 1, 2. 3. 43
Intramurals 1, 2, 43 .I unior Red Cross Council 13 Freshman-Sophomore Picnic Committee 23 Pan-American Assembly
23 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior-Senior Party Committee 3: Junior Prom Committee 3g Junior Play Committee 33 .lunior
Party Committee 33 Student Council Alternate 33 Senior Play Committee 43 Senior Ball Court 43 Class Vice-President
43 Myndersian 43 Salutatorian 4. Although Mary Frances has a certain reserve and lots of intelligence, she's fun to know.
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JACK SEITZ . f . g . Preszdeni
J OSEPHINE BLAWSKI . . Vice-Presidenl
We were unable to present the annual Junior talent show, however, considerable
ANTOINETTE LILLA . . Secrelary
DONALD MJACKIEY ...... Treasurer
MRS. OLIVER, Miss MILLER, MR. BECKEP. . Advisers y
Hil Here we are as upperclassmen. We have lived through the trials and tribula-
tions .of the past two years to become Jolly Juniors.
The Junior Class started the social ball rolling with the lirst big event of the
year, the Junior Party. The theme was a Country Carnival. Any cares accumulated
so early in the year were danced away to the music of Pete Beatini's Orchestra.
The decorations and refreshments helped to provide an evening of entertainment.
That the Class of 7.19 is versatile was proved this year by the number of its
members participating in the activities of such organizations as Wig and Rouge,
Glee Club, Band, Acanthus Club, Science Club, and French Club. Many of the boys
were on the Varsity teams in sports. There were also intramural teams for both
boys and girls. Some of our best athletes qualilied for Block M and G. A. A.
talent was displayed in our Junior Play, a hilarious hit called "The lnner Willyf,
Never will we forget Bob Sullivans capering around the stage in his long flannel
sleepers. A vote of thanks goes to Miss Allen for her fine directing, which helped
make the play a success.
The next venture on our program was the J unior-Senior Party. This was really
a jolly send off for the grave, old Seniors, with the 3 l7's, F un, F ood, and Frolic,
Toward the end of the year we started working on plans for the Junior Prom. lt
is our desire to hold a Prom delightful in every wayaone that will be remembered
always with pleasure.
Back in the fall we elected Jack Seitz to the presidency. He took his job seriously,
and with vice-president Josie Blawski to assist him, he led us competently through
our Junior Year. Netta Lilla took care of the duties of secretary, and Don Mackey
was kept busy keeping track of the funds of the class.
No class history would be complete without mention being made of the advisers,
who guide us so well. Our thanks go to them.
, lt has been a good year, with much fun thrown in with the work. Perhaps next
year we will have to settle down more, but we will always remember, rather wist-
fully, our year as Jolly Juniors. 1 4 .
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Rutz. Lemma. Third How: Martel. Oakes, Odell. Del Russo. Deming. Seitz, Pratt, Deal. WearL.Sec0r1,1l lfuw: Blue
Payne. Hartman, Verzillo, Giovannetti. Mackey. Lyman. Wilson. Giuvannini, Snyder. Jones. Firsl How: lVlastmleu
Bennett, Desmure, Faioli, Paradise, liiglimey. Capacci. Serling, Hibbard, K ' per '
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Auiidun, Faruuy, lVIellini. Third Row: Byrne. Lapomarda, lluckern, Shepherd, llugers, Johnson. Second How: Bmven
,lllllllllUllS, l,anLllJerg. Stahl, Cappello. Hawson, Reynolds, Colley, llolcmnlm, DeVVall. Cruugll. Beatini. Firsl Row
is . Mackin, Jurgensen. Van Cleef. Lilla. lN'larl,L-llo, l,1-mm, Allen, Yates. Walls-, lluwuian, llayes.
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FRANCES TEBRUSI Vice-President
ANNE DEPASQUALIQ . Seerelary
FRANCIS TURKE'l"l '...... Treasurer
MRS. SHANNON, MRS. WILSoN, MR. ATARSHALL . Advisers
"Rusty Sophomoreslw That's what we were called when September found us
back on deck for school. Settled in our respective homerooms, our lirst task was to
elect a slate of officers. Dick Clark came out on top as president and Frances Terrusi
was elected vice-president. Anne DePasquaIe became our secretary and Francis
Turkett was given the job of treasurer.
With selections successfully completed We Settled down to our studying and
activities. We were well represented in Latin and French Clubsg Band and Glee
Club. Still others of us entered Wig and Rouge, Science Club, Hearth Club and
"M icrophone. "
We didnit let our school down in basketball either. Many of our boys can really
be praised for their teamwork and sportsmanship on the J. V. Team. ,
ln intramurals both boys and girls were active participants, engaging in basket-
ball, volleyball, and baseball.
With the advent of Midyears we settled down to real studying. For a time we
showed the serious side of our nature, but when that eventful week was past home-
work was once again neglected in favor of tl1e more interesting things in school life.
Our annual Soph Hfop was the first on the schedule of fun and good times that
were to come. With the co-operation of all it turned out to be a big success and
the gym was really packed oI1 April ninth.
The Frosh-Soph Play Tournament which followed really made us proud of our
class talent. A few of us, at least, will have little trouble finding a place in Hollywood
or on Broadway.
Our Frosh-Soph Picnic at Cayuga Lake State Park closed the jam-packed year.
We had plenty of fun and more than enough hot dogs and lemonade.
As we remember the good times we have had through the year, we think of our
advisers who did such a splendid job in making our second year at Mynderse some-
thing never to be forgotten.
.Although we are going into dry dock now for the summer, we expect to set sail
again in September for a gay Junior course. in untroubled waters, thanks to our
collective experience from this last year.
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Parland, McBride. Crane, Vreeland. Terrusi. Third Row: Smith, Mastroleo, Rossi, Brown. DePasquale, Lind, Knapp,
Ryan, Duonolo, Magill. Second How: Klandatos, Toni, Woods, VV00dward, Dalessio. Piscitelli, Manzari, Lombardo,
Eno, Hosford, Colgrove. Selleck, Firsl Row: Bolich, Fisher, Stahl, Horle, Jones. Barrett, Meeks, Gaines. Buck,
Costello. Campbell, Berry.
l"ourIl1 Row: VV. Hughes, Perrotto, Lama, Knapp, Keach, Kreutter, Dombrowski, Borden. Krantz. Third Haw: W
Shuster, Twist, Hiegel, D. Shuster, Sinicropi, Peone, Reardon, Craoknell, Baker. Second Row: Turkett, Russo, Parker
Messmer, VV. Smith. Cammuso. C. Smith, Staley, Povero, L. Smith. Fir-sl Row: Piloi, Doher, Brand, Peterson, .I
Hughes, Brady, Dowd, Yeo, Marsh, Clark, Carpenter.
OFFICERS Wi f ,
GERALD SCHAERTL . Presidenl '-
ELMER FARNEY . Vzfee-Presidenf
DINA FRANCESCHI . Sec-relary
SAMUEL CHERCHIA ....... Treasurer
Miss TRULAN, Nlns. SMITH, lVl'ns. SELD, MP.. REED .EAE ldiziisers
Early in September many excited Freshmen scurried to board the waiting steamer
before the warning whistle should blow. The beloved old vessel upon whose decks
generations of loyal passengers had trodden was about to sail once more on the
Sea of Knowledge. The destination was a' year of fun and adventure. As the majestic
bird glided out to sea manned by the experienced crew, it carried aboard several to
whom the ship was strange and awesome but also many who knew it as the familiar
The boat sped on and those within its cabins grew to know each other well and
all enjoyed immensely the entertainment provided by the many clubs. Often the
sea was rough and the clouds were gray, but this did not dampen their spirits as
they gathered to watch their schoolmates compete in various games and to cheer
them on to victory. Then as Christmas neared, the ship drew into the home port
and all departed for two weeks of winter pleasure.
On January 3 the lirst class boarded the boat once more and the waters became
stormy and the clouds hung low overhead. They were passing into the channel of
Midyear Exams. But soon the sea calmed. the clouds lifted and the studious sailors
went about with lighter hearts. lf an eagle had flown overhead in the days that
followed it would certainly have wondered what caused the excitement in the vessel
below. The object of all this confusion was the annual Freshman Dance held in
This event over, on they sailed but now upon an angry sea while thunder roared
and lightning flashed. Everyone was hard at work rehearing the class play. The
greatest desire was to triumph over the Sophomores in the annual tournament.
Days followed when the sun shone through fleecy white clouds and azure waters
gently lapped the sides of the ship. lt was a spring day like this when the two
classes were brought together once more for the annual Freshman-Sophomore picnic.
But this meeting was one of friendliness and gaiety. Then 1951's steamer sailed on
and conquered the dangers of the troubled Sea of Exams and approached their
destination-Sophomore Land. With grateful hearts to their pilots, those helpful
teachers who had made this possible, the faithful vessel reached port and docked.
As the Class of 1951 stood on the gangplank and looked back over the waters they
had travelled they knew that their lfresleunan cruise was a great adventure.
Class of '51
Plflllflll How: l"mI1cusclli. llauss. Aslilvv. li. Conlvw. li. Coulnw. llilmlrs. llillrorl.. Bromllu-nl.. Clark, Joslwn. Lind
lVlarl.in. Holland. N. Sosa-ia. Brown. Tlzfrrl li'ouv: Smith. Cou'rI,. ASl'll1Hllg.Ill. Muruu4f1'ili. lqllifll. CllrisloplienlAndreas.
D0Sl,ol'z1l10Lll. Soscfia. livating. Second liow: WValLcrs, Zona. ll. Smith. Curlvono. Van Ploulen. FI'l'll0I'llJllI'g.Ill, Bells
Dclmlys. Ixcfauli. Lllla. U, Carroll, Rossi. liolich. Griggs. Firsl l?ou': .loam Carroll. Mills. liuriiielfli. Potorman. Buck
Hcynolds. Platten. Kinney. W1-:ix nr. .lzmv Carroll. Healey. Nlarrapvsv.
Fourlh How: Rrliglit. DlYl72lSflllHll'. Vvrgamini. Malonv. Vlialters. Jones. Rogers. llllbbarcl. Lufler. Malloney. lrish
Alford, Galgano. Smith. liiunclii. Third How: Sl'llHCI'l-l. IjlDQ'lIllK5IlllTfJ, Fzuwiuy. ,Bos-rsv. Eiglimvy. Marroni, Saracino
Kreagcr. lienassi. DiNatalu. H. Brown. Second How: Appell. Nugfmt. Annis. Desmond. Pilrulla. Dark, Grinstoad
Staudms-yer, Cooley, D'Urso. Fahey. Van lloulicn. Urwin. Firsl How: Swinehart. l'lilberl,, lionacoi, fliovannvtti
Chervllia. Hilmlrzird. Wolf, Lancllwrg. Laude. .l. Brown. VVedgc'. Johnson.
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FUILFUI, Row: Wade, Brewer. Yates. II. Jones. Gurlma, Zona. Bears. Twist, Meeks. Kidd. Lamuraglia. .loan Parks.
P. Jones, Decker, Santoro, Gigliotti. Third Row: Martel. Dutton. Beers. Salone. Kline, Walters, Moulton, .lean Parks.
Del Russo. Brand, Jorgensen. Second I?ow.' SLruhle, Hughes. VVal,kins. Rawson. Sinicropi, Timmons, Barrett, Blue.
Sharp, Chubb, Eastman, Amidon, Morehouse, Souhan. Firsl Row: Hartman. Murphy. Reigel. Bromley. Annetla.
Thorpe, Church, Klandatos, Irland. Sharp, Farncy, Buck, Knight, Decker. Paulich.
Fourlh How: Caraecilo, Denman, Rice. Garnsey. Shupp, Jackson. I.. McCann, Olsowske, Schroeder, Wlard, Gallina
Third Huw: Eno, Carello, Palumbo. Von Bergen. Westen. Congdon, Reynolds, Conley, F. lVleCann. Second How.
Wolfe. Yeo. Bona, Smith, I-libbard, Parish. Dober, Stuck, Bonacci. Leno. lNlcNaney. Blaisdcll. Firsl Row: Lapomardo
Deal, Campbell, Lawrence, Forshee, Wilson, Crull, Meyers, Cunningham, Decker, Cooney, Zwick, lrland.
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Potter, V. Bennett. Sherman. linigllt. Bird. Thirrl I1,Ull7fASllllHlIg.Zll. Aldrich, R. YVilson. H. Wilson. B. Wilson. Sullivan.
Soscia. Lockwood. Nlartin, Sl.. Germain. Brown, Bishop. Serum! Row: Cline. Denard. A. Amidon. Spano. lVl. Snyder.
Struhle, Jones, E. McCann, Van Horn. Buluwr. Drum. G. Conluy. Forjono. Mc:CoInb.Firs1f Row: Sahatini, G. lfiorolli.
l.. Fiorelli. Scharett. Urwin, G. Baker. Salerno. .loan Brown. Broun. Reynolds. Morehouse. Parker. Howland.
Fourllm Row: 0'Conncll, Green. Bastian. Congdon. livzms. Morey. llillrort. Dznid Eugene Rogers. Zwick. Third Row:
Ellison, liornco. 'l'urkett,, xXllIllLB1'II1l1tC, Shephard. Dvckor. Prosuus. Curponl.cr. Second Row: Magill. Scharctt, Sanderson.
Andruas,SchmitL, Morehouse. McNabb. lrland, Young, Domlmrowski. Firsl How: Cator. Livingston, Yates, Rauscher,
Grinstead, Cusimano, Whiting, David .Nosel Rogers, Brunskill, Sherman.
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2. CI'OWI'llI1g Qucl-n .lvun. 5. King John Ill. 8. lmn and VIYOIII on the prowl
3. "W aiting Ladies." 6. CUIIl1Ilg ln on a wlng and a sung, 0, P0143 looks the crowd over.
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the Ancients looked down apon
Ceralean waters crowded with these
retarning Phoenician B iremes-lad-
en with trophies from many lands.
The members of oar activities and
organizations have pulled together,
like the oarsmen of these ships, and
have returned-laden with their tro-
phies of friendship, accomplishment
and good fan.
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RALPH CAFARO . . . . President
ALLEN ODELL . Vice-President
JOAN GOB'l'ON . . . , Secretary
J AMES CARPENTER . . T1'easii1'er
Miss TERESA COMPl'l'ICl,LO,
MR. VINCENT DAv1Es ...A A ldvisers
'll he council continued its activities of last year
besides supporting the Bundle Drive for needy
foreign childreng co-operating with the P. T. A.
in a demonstration by Mr. Fraser, Miss Driscoll,
and Mr. Cooley to show progression in teaching
instrumental music and physical education, col-
lecting 3100 for the March of Dimesg lilling' a
CACHE package and sending fruit baskets, flowers
and sympathy cards.
Carpenter, Miss Compitello, Adviser
Under council auspices live ranking seniors competed on a WGVA quiz program
Facilities of this station were used also for a 6'Career" program.
To increase friendly feeling the council held a dance for faculty and sudents and
also promoted a game between the intramural champions of Waterloo and Myn
The council will miss the expert guidance of Miss Compitello who is completing
her second year as adviser. Mr. Davies carries over.
Back How: Garnsey, Marconi, Staley, Rossi, Smith, Dober, Alford, Carclla. ilfliddle How: Miss Compitello, Advisir
Ruiz. Aronson, Clark. .lack Carpenter, Hadley, Seiliz. Schacrtl, Sinieropi, Stahl,. Mr. Davis, Adviser. Firsl Row
Cusimano. James Carpenter, Gorton, Odell, Cafaro, Dldlo. Caraccllo, F. Carpenter.
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D. Freeland. Bolich. Woods. Annetta. .Middle lfow: Beatini. Mellini, Leno, Terrusi. Hizzieri. Blawski. Olrnstead,
R. Freeland. Oakes. Bowman. Sullivan. Kissel, Yates, Dark, Lilla. Firsl How: Didio. Pontius. Aronson, Nliss Compi-
tcllo, Adviserg Sisson, Doane. liandberg. Calland.
THE MYNDERSE MICROPHCNE
The Mynderse Microphone, hi-weekly puhli-
cation of lVlynderse Academy, is still holding its
own among papers of other leading schools.
The paper was ahly represented at the Empire
State School Press Association meeting held in
Syracuse where the lVlicrophone was given a
superior rating hy E. S. S. P. A.
The Microphone has increased its circulation
in school and out. lt now carries on a Ugood
ncighboru policy of exchanging papers with other
This year, each member ol' the stall' has had
the opportunity to write for different sections ol'
the paperenews, editorial, and magazine. Cur-
rent topics, their pros and cons. are an added
The achievements this year are due chiefly to
Miss Compitello under whose guidance the paper
remains in a 'top position with many high schools
that have regular journalism courses.
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Doane, Associate Editor: Pontius. Photo
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W I G A N D RO U GE
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DONALD llADi,lf:v . . Preszdenl
I X NANCY DOANE l' f ice-Presidenl
In Rosiz KLIONSK Y . Secretary
.--T TT p ROBER'lf SULL1v AN . Treasiu'er
-2 Mlss lVlARGARE'I' ALLEN fldvzfser
Under the ellicient guidance ol' Miss Allen, and the newly elected officers, the
Wig and Rouge started off with a hang hy presenting a special Christmas program,
HA Miracle for Maryfi for their lirst dramatic production.
The next accomplishment was the revision of the constitution ol' the dramatic
During the year, the members did make up for various school and local produc-
tions. Donations received from this work and from other organizations were put
into a fund for the repair or purchase of curtains for the auditorium.
Other activities sponsored hy the Wig and Rouge were the Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament, the Prize Speaking Tournament and the annual dance, held this year
The usual cluh picnic marked the end of a successful, cnjoyahlc and worth-while
Back Huw: lim-atirli. Drag.5onc, Cline. Allen, Hluc, Pontius, Wctluore, Kiwi-I. Dark, liolich, Selleck. fllirlrlle How:
Maglll, liowman, Gorton, Luekcrn. llolcomla, B2llll,llVHflIS, Freeland, Brady, Tcrrusx. Sandy. Colgrovc. Sharp. Flrsl
Row: Sullivan. Duane. Miss Allen, Aclvlserg Iludlcy, klionsk y.
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l'Ever Since Eve" boys have had troubles with girls. just as .lohnny Clover did in the Senior Play.
Susan, l1is childhood friend, and Lucybelle, the Southern gal, complicated matters for Johnny and
his friend, Spud. The lun really began when the two boys caught the measles, and alI'airs were left
in the hands ol' Susan. Miss Allen directed this comedy which was presented November 20 and 2l.
Back Row : Spiegelm an,
Go wdwin, Gleason, Carpen
ter, Dombrowski, Ashbaugh
Doane, Shuster, VVetmore,
Sinicropi. Front How: Had
ley, Gorton, Kissel, Sisson
Luckern. Shepherd. Sullivan,
Reynolds, Seitz, Verzillo,
Bowman, Bantuvanis, Dra-
gone, Allen, Bennett.
"The lnner Willy," a rollicking, three-act comedy, was produced by the Junior Class, February
I8 and l,9 under the direction ol' Miss Margaret Allen. The play brought forth many hidden talents
of the junior class. Willoughby's conscience, the lnner Willy, helped him override the srnolhering
influences of three maiden aunts. ln fact, the Inner Willy helped him so much that Willoughby
found himself with three dates for the school dance.
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Back How: Lay, Hubbard, Ashbaugh, Shuster, Carpenter, Wetmore, Spiegelman, Carpenter, Semens, Goodwin,
Vreeland, Shepherd, Shepherd, Hadley. Third How: Weart, Zona, Rossi, Dowd, Seitz, Mackey, Clark, Erriuo, Car-
penter, O'ConncI, liigbnlcy, Ashbangh, Carbone. Second Rom: Piagcntini, Del Russo, Scaramuzzino, Oakes, Aronson,
Mr. Fraser, Director, Carpenter, Soloist
The band started the year parading at the
home football games.
With representatives of the beginning, inter-
mediate, and advanced. groups, Mr. Fraser
demonstrated the progressive steps in band in-
struction at the Open House Night in November.
Besides the excellent concert given March 19
at home, the entire band broadcast from Geneva.
Also, Jack Carpenter, baritone horn player, after
participating in several eliminating contests, Won
the grand prize in the linals as the outstanding
soloist on the HSearch for Talentw program con-
ducted by this station.
The band Will attend the Music Festival, May
21 and 22, in Auburn.
The orchestra, as usual, has performed at as--
semblies, plays, and other public functions.
Mr. Fraser directs both band and orchestra.
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Gibbs, Knight, J. Shb' gh. Sullivan. Pratt. Kinuiper, Leno, Mastroleo, Shuster, Cafaro. Frou! How: Sullivan,
Del H1 'so B1 rr , 0 , ugh, Lind, Mills, Sinioropi. l4HM3IlI1H, Forshoe, SmiLh, Reynolds, Coffey, Parks, Rlartin,
EM Mr. lfrwiser, Director.
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Slunrling: Lay, Mr. Fraser, Director. First How: Aronson, Sinicropi, ll. Gibbs, Goodwin, Second How: Wllil,illg,
Iiumissi, Del Russo, E. Shuster, Spiegelman, B. Gibbs, Wetmore, PraLL. James Carpenter, Parks, John Carpvnlur,
N. Ashhaugh, D. Shuster, Mastralvo, Cafaro. Third Row: li. Ashhaugh, P. Shuster, Clark, Weart,
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' DONALD MACKEY . . . . .
, DIANA Rossi ,
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. President rg
HELEN RILEY ....... . Secretary
JOHN SINICROPI ........ Treasurer
1' my HELEN LAMANNA, JOYCE LIND, BARBARA STAHL,
X ,gg RITA HORLE ....... . Librarians X
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The Glee Club, directed by Miss Roberta Schlosser, presented an excellent pr
gram of Christmas music in December and at its annua
l spring concert May 1
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Fourth Row: Deming, Scaramuzzino, Weart, P. Mastroleo, Deal, P. Smith, Knapp, Lapomardo, R. Reynolds, Gaines,
Ryan, Brady. Third How: Christogher, Brown, Greenly, Johnson, Carter, Colley, Seitz, Clark, S. Eighmey, Faiola.
Snyder, Marcuccilli, Lamuraglia, overt, Barrett, Lynch, M. Zona. Second Row: Andreas, J. Broadbent, J. Stahl,
B. Stahl, A. Mastroleo, I. Amidon, J. Lind, Allen, LaManna, Milella, Kennedy, l. Lind, Martin, Goodwin, Morgan,
Byrne, Lama. First Row: Bianchi, Pratt, Benassi, Fahey, Yeo, Lemma, Peone, J. Sinicropi, M. Sinicropi, Hibbard,
Fourth Row: Crough, Ashbaugh, Buck, Peterman, Reynolds, E. Sinicropi, Crane, Spiegelman, Hubbard, Del Russo,
Carpenter, P. Shuster, F. Eighmey. Third Row: Riley, Mackin. Manzari, Marrapese, Fisher, Horle, Toni, Eno,
Weaver, Fredenburgh, Mills, Knight, Barbara Amidon, Franceschi, D. Suglia, C. Clark. Second Row: Betty Amidon,
Woodward, E. Smith, Bellomo, DePasquale, Lombardo, R. N. Brown. Farney, Batty, Conley, Meeks, Keating,
Leeta Smith, Carbone, M. F. Zona, Gibbs, Carroll, .l. Suglia. First Row: Staley, W. Smith, Landherg, Parker, Lawrence
Smith, Pitrella, Denman. DiDomcnico, DiNatale, Lay, B. Broadbent. Odell.
Buck Raw: Francesehi, Peterman, Bolich. Midzlle How: Annetta. Manzari,ALarua, Frcdenburgh, Brady, Reynolds, K
Conley, li. Conley, Bellomo. Firsl How: Agnello, Knight, Miss Compitello, Adviser, Calland, Blawski, Cline, Diclio
In the latter part of September the Library
Club resumed its work. Elections followed after
an early meeting and nine new members were
accepted into the organization.
The first event following the election of officers
was the observance of American Education
Week and National Book Week, which by co-
incidence came at the same time. Many new
books were on display in the library which was
well prepared to interest the many visitors.
During the past year, in addition to regular
desk duties, the girls read books, gave reports,
and learned how to select and process new vol-
umes, took inventory during Regents week, and
carried on a campaign to restore to the library
all missing books. Many of these were found in
the gym, the ollice and in empty lockers.
Committees have already been appointed to
make plans for the picnic which will close a
satisfactory and successful year for the Library
Club members who work under Miss Compi-
l loNoR CALLAND . Presidenl
.I osEPH1NE BLAWSKI
CAROLYN KNIGHT . Secrelary
liLl1:ANoRE CLINE . 'lrmszlrer
Miss CONIPITFILLO . ,fldriser
Sluruling: Blawski. Miss Compitello,
Ad vism-rg Callancl. l"rom': Knight, Cline.
Back Row: Rossi, Vergamini, Krantz. Sandy, Fisher, K. Conley, lf. Conley, Deljasquale, Hubbard, S. Cherchia,
Durso. Middle How: Beatini, Bowman, Luckern, Landlucrg, Allen, Holcomb, Caraccilo, Verzillu, Lyman, Bantuvanis,
Amidon, Dragonc, Morgan. Fronl How: Lemma, Bromley, Hayes, Mrs, Selcl, Amlviserg Hizzieri. Freeland, Bennett,
Kissel. Baker. fi'
LOUIS RIZZIERI . Presidenil du Cercle
.IOSEPHINE 'HAYES . Presidenf du Conseil
Mimslre sans Porlefeuille
WILLIAM BENNETT Minislre de l'Ecril1u'e
JOSEPH LEMMA M inislre des Finances
ROBBIE NELL BROWN
Wlinislre des Progranws
Mas. SELD .... Adviser
Silllldliflgil Bennett, Freeland, Rizzieri.
Lemma, Mrs. Scld, Adviserg Hayes.
Sealed .' Brown.
LO Cercle l'rancais sc mit a ses activites
en automne avec l'electiOn des Ofliciers
capalmles sous la conduite de lVlme. Seld.
Envers la lin de l9l7 le Cercle donna
aux classes de francais quclques films
rlepeignant les gens et lieux dans l'l1istOire
Le Cercle commenca ses danses en
decembre et les continua une annee. De
liargent amasse, On en donna a CARE,
pour eleve en France.
Une soiree d'iniatiOn a la Maison
lilanclie eut lieu en fevrier pour terminer
une semaine d'iniatiOn, pendant laquelle
M nouveaux membres reciterent des
parties de la Constitution et des regles
d'Ordres pour les seances.
Le Cercle jcurient d'une promenade a
bictyclette en mai et un banquet final eu
NORMAN DEMING . . . Presideul
JOHN SINICROPI Vice-Presidenf
FRANCIS TURKETT . . Secretary
JOE DOMBROWSKI . . Treasurer
MR. STANLEY MARSHAIJI, Adviser
Many new members were adrnittcd to the
Science Club this year, swelling its ranks to
Under the supervision of Mr. Marshall, several
projects were carried on including a hydrophon ics
Slamlilzg: Deming, Turkett, Mr. Mar-
shall. Adviser: Cramer. Sealed: Sini-
experiment, the construction of a terrariuni, and vnpi- Dombwwski-
the rejuvenation of the aquarium. White mice '
and various types of trees were also raised.
At the meetings new members gave short talks on ymfli 1 of Science," and
chemistry and physics demonstrations were held. , '
The club Opened the laboratory and sciencefroo ,Air Ri?KJIWwMllSC Program
in November. Projects worked on during the yef- wer le iivjgc , and several ex-
periments wereiconducted. ,
Social activities included an initiation 1 , I li Ei .1 6 in thc gym, and a
spring picnic. 1 I
Back Row: DcStephano, Ashley. Deal, Walters, Farney. Mid le Row: alone. Barrett. Marrapcse, llolcomb, Mr.
Marshall. Aclviscrg Cramer. Deming. Van Honten, Reardon. ombro ski. Weaver. Marcuccilli. Firsl How: Hilbert,
Amidon, Magill, Pitrella. Hibbard. Turket . J. Sinicropi. Brady.
SCIENCE CLUB C
The Latin Club, with Miss Miller as adviser, pursued further the knowledge and interest of the
Latin language in everyday life. The officers of the club are Erik Landberg and Donna Freeland,
consuls, .Ioan Carroll and Lawrence Fahey, aedilesg Judy Jorgensen, censor, Leeta Smith, questorg
Carol Clark, cantorg and William Dark, janitor. The club completed its activities with a Roman
banquet, Where the members followed the original procedure as closely as possible.
Back Row: Lynch, White,
Smith, Clark, Jorgensen,
Dark, Keach, Carter. Fronl
Row: Carroll, Freeland, Miss
Miller, Adviser: Landherg,
Back Row: L. Green, Miss
Cardwell, Adviser: Griggs, D.
Rogers. Agnello, Zona, Car-
rol, Belcher, Lama. Mifddle
Row .' Seman, .I orgensen,
Brown, Buck, Reynolds. F irsl
Row: Lind, A. Green, VVolf,
lVl. Rogers, Nlagill.
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Under the guidance ol' Miss Cardwell, the Hearth Club, open to the members of the Homemaking
classes, elected president Carolyn Seman, vice-president Mona Rogers, Secretary Anna Green and
Treasurer Dorothy liogers. This organization teaches the girls poise and etiquette and gives them a
chance to have some social life in school. Some of the l'unc'lions held this year were an initiation
supper, a Christmas forlnal dinner dance and a Valentine dinner.
.IUNIGR RED CROSS
The officers of Junior Red Cross are: Miss Jacobs, sponsor, and Rose Klionsk y, assistant sponsor,
president, Jane Goodwin, vice-president, David Weartg secretary, Eleanor Cline, treasurer, Eliza-
beth Sinicropi. Junior Red Cross maintained its record ol' 1002 membership in Mynderse. Under
Miss .lacob's direction, many worthwhile projects were completed, the biggest being the sponsoring
cg a belmefit dance for the collection ol' games, puzzles, books, etc., for the Canandaigua Veterans'
Back Row: Hibbard, Lom-
bardo, Denman, Fahey, B.
Cline, Sherman. Middle How:
Thorpe, Yates, Vreeland, Col-
grovc, Miss .I acohs. Adviser,
Coffey. Mellini, Ashley. Hol-
land. Front Row: E. Cline,
Weart, Klionsky. Goodwin,
Back How: Klandatos, Ban-
tuvanis, Reynolds. lVI1fddle
How: Didio, Annetta, Decker.
Beerse, Freeland, Dolier, Gal-
gano, Turkett, Bowman, Mi-
lella, LaManna. Front Row:
Bromley, Holcomb, Miss
Trulan, Adviser: Landberg,
Acanthus began the year with the election ol' other-rs: president, Peggy Morgan, vice-president,
and treasurer, Marion Landbergg secretary, Betty Bromley, and the initiation of eleven new members.
Group projects, including painting stage set llats and assisting organizations with decorations
and publicity, were completed. Individual entries were made for entrance in the National Scholastic'
The year, 1948, under Miss Trulan's direction, has been an interesting and profitable one for
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Solno gals with a llllhkltih air. 6, CIOIYIIJEIIIIUII pieces al, Lhc Alps.
. '.DL'lIlV.l3lllIlS.', T. Swing: with lhc Myndcrsc MHiiIlll!n
. An mmlus I-I'lllll Miss Muller s rorun.
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With full canvas and all sails set,
these clipper ships, ifnpelled by the
unleashed slaves of Neptune and the
ojshore winds, drove over the sea of
Similarly, our ship, the lblynderse
Academy, ilnpelled by a crew of
strong athletes and excellent coaches,
has driven over the sea of sportsman-
ship on its quest of adventure.
CHEERLEADERS AND COACHES
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Cheerleaders: Riley. Gorton, Beatini. Hihbard. DePasquale, Yates. Hayes. Coaches'-Back Ho1v:Canale, Cooley, Smith.
Front How: liourdon, Driscoll, lVlarshall.
Under the peppy spirit of our stall' of cheerleaders and with the unlailing aid ol'
the coaches, Miss Driscoll, Mr. Cooley, Mr. Bourdon, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Smith,
and Mr. Canale, We concluded a successful year in the various sports.
Our cheerleaders with a variety of cheers, both old and new, provided color and
enthusiasm at all the sports events.
This lusty cheering plus untiring coaching proved to he a very successful com-
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Sixlh Row: Reardon, Coach Cooley, Povero, Seannell. Fifth Row: Lyman, Smith, Eighmey, Kreager, Knight, Peone,
Galgano. Fourth How: Eighmey, Caraeillo, Sehaertl, Serling. Hubbard, Del Russo, Lemma, Verzillo. Third Row:
Faioli, Rutz. Odell, Sandroni, Spiegelman, Pratt, Russo, Piscitelli. Mackey. Second Row: Sisson, Cafaro, Aronson,
Letizia, l". Paradise. Capaeei, Rizzieri, Giovannini. First Row: Coach Marshall, Poole. Baker, Comiskey, Passifione,
Schaertl, Johnson, D. Paradise, Coach Bourdon.
Another great Mynderse team rolled up an impressive record this year. Led by its tri-captains
Ron Schaertl, Len Passifione, and Don Comiskey the team bested all comers except Canandaigua,
scoring 244l points to their opponents 35. Much credit must be given to Coaches Cooley, Bourdon,
and lVlarshall for their work in molding this team.
Nlynderse played most of its games on dry fields where teamwork and a last breaking T-formation
paid big dividends in points.
This was the third year that Myndcrse has been unmoved upon on the State Street field. The
three year record stands at 18 wins, 3 losses, and l tie. Two ol' the losses were to Canandaigua and
the other to Lyons. The tie was with Water-
loo. The total number ol' points scored by
Mynderse during this time was 467 as com-
Bourdon, Marshall, Cooley, Coaches, Sehaertl, Comiskey,
, , ,,,, ,.,,, Q 5 ,,,,, tgg, ,A W pared to 68 scored by their opponents.
1 V The season ended with a Football Banquet
5 .. sponsored by the Elks Club. The speaker ol
the evening was Mr. John Bateman, line
K coach at Columbia University.
The sr-ores l'or the 1947 season were
Nynflersc Clyde .
M yndcrse N ewark .
lVl yndcrse Palmyra .
M ynderse . 7 Canandaigua . I9
Nl ynderse . 6l, Penn Yan 0
Mynderse . 20 Waterloo . 2
'I'he Mynderse Varsity fought. a number ol' Closely con-
tested games this year and as a result shows remarkable
rerovery from the underdog position. Often times the f
games were won or lost by one or two points.
Our blood rivals, Waterloo, had two lucky nights when
they missed defeat by one and two points respectively.
The boys were in there fighting, though, and managed to
emerge from the season with 7 Wins out ol' 12 league games.
The srores will be found below:
Myndm-rse 32 Geneva . 23
N1 ymlmisc 34 Xcwarli ' ill Mr. Canale, J. Varsity Coachg Milella
lVlyllClCI'SC 28 xv?llfCl'l00 . 29 Manager: Wetmore, Time Keeperg Gio-
, vanetti, Scorerq Dowen, Managerg Mr
Mynderse 56 Penn Yan all Cooley, Varsity Coach,
Mynderse fl6 Lyons . . 117
M ynderse 39 Canandaigua . 24
M ynderse 35 Geneva . 30
M y nderse 50 Newark . fl2
M ynderse 33 Waterloo . 35 gk
M ynderse fl2 ,Penn Yan fll
M ynderse 20 DeSaIes . 25
M ynderse 26 Lyons . . 40
Mynderse 26 Canandaigua . 2
Giovannetli. Managorg Passilione, llizzicri, Letizia. Caoaeei. Cafaro. Sohaertl, Olmstead, Caraccilo, Piscitelli, Mr
Llama M 1,
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
l The Mynderse Junior Varsity presented a favorable score card by lighting hard and taking 8 wins
out of 12 league games and adding DeSales for good measure. Many of the boys showed themselves
to be excellent material for next year's varsity by their accuracy and aggressiveness.
M ynderse . 25
My nderse . 43
Mynderse . 20
Mynderse . 44
Mynderse . 56
Mynderse . 38
Geneva . . 43
Newark . . 43
Waterloo . . 33
Penn Yan . 38
DeSales . .
Lyons . . 13
Canandaigua . 41
Buck How: Eighmey, Serling,
Dombrowski, Lemma. .Middle
Row: Dowen, Manager, Fai-
ola, Staley, Sinicropi, Oakes,
Peterson, Mr. Canale, Coach.
First Row: Paradise, Butz,
Freeland, Sandroni, Knapp
Lombardo. Eno, Vreeland,
Ashley, Franceschi. Holland.
Three new cheerleaders were added to the Mynderse .I ay Vee squad this year. They are Mary
Ann Ashley, Dina Franceschi, and Nona Holland. Beverly Vreeland, Anna Lombardo, and Eleanor
Eno have served two years as junior varsity cheerleaders.
Under the supervision of Miss Driscoll and the varsity cheerleaders, these girls have learned and
directed Mynderse cheers with much pep and enthusiasm. They have cheered our Jay Vee basket-
ball team on to victory.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
Ably coached by Mr. Wallace Smith, Mynderse's tennis team entered into competition with
Canandaigua, Geneva, Penn Yan, and Waterloo. Two matches were scheduled with each, Mynderse
winning them all except the two with Canandaigua. This year, a junior varsity or second team,
was formed for those who are not quite experienced enough for varsity work. This team competed
with Geneva's second team. The varsity anticipates a successful season this year.
Cafaro, Broadbent, Mr.
Smith, Coach 3 Cramer,
Back Row: Rizzieri. Schaertl,
Comiskey. Carpenter, Baker,
Mackey, Del Russo, East-
man, Caraccilo, Mr. Mar-
shall, Coach. Middle Row:
Piseitelli, Martel. Mastroleo,
T. Galgano, Yeo. Curry.
Gi Jvanetti, Butz, Odell. Front
Row: Cammuso, Seitz, Brady,
Galgano, Reardon, Povero,
This was Mynderse's first track team in thirteen years. Coached by Mr. Stanley Marshall, the
team competed with Geneva, Waterloo, Penn Yan, and Newark. The locals defeated the Geneva
"Bn team twice but lost to the others. Mynderse then entered the conl'ercnce meet at Canandaigua
where Captain Hizzieri, Sehaertl, Mackey, and Carpenter qualified to go to the District IV meet at
Rochester. All four were on winning relay teams at that meet.
Back Row: Moio, Lemma, Hanlin, Waters, Hibbard. Middle How: Coach Cooley. Rossi, Bowers, Paradise, Sandroni.
Giovannini, Noble, Verzillo. Fronl Row: Letizia, Capaeei, Avveduti, Poole, Broadbent, Giovannetti, Page, Woods,
The Good Ship Mynderse, piloted by Mr. Cooley, set forth on the Baseball Sea
but found the waters too rough, losing all eight contests. ln the lirst game at
Geneva, Mynderse lost 6 to 2. ln the second game at Canandaigua, the Blue and
White was given a 3 to 2 defeat. ln Waterloo another storm was encountered and
Mynderse was turned back 6 to 2. On the home front for the first time, Nlynderse
lost to Geneva 15 to 7. Next, Penn Yan invaded the home field and defeated
Mynderse 9 to 6 and duplicated the feat at Penn Yan in the next game: thescore
again was 9 to 6. Canandaigua Came down to Seneca Falls to defeat the Blue Devils
4 to O. In the final game against Waterloo, Mynderse was upset with a 6 to 2 count.
Bowers- Hamlin' GOWN, Cfmchl Paul Avveduti was awarded the trophy for the
Waters, Letlzla. '
highest batting average. He batted 346, the
only average above .300 on the team. Avveduti,
Poole, Giovannetti, Paradise, Wood and Page,
graduates of 1947, will not be available for the
1948 season, but it is hoped that plenty of good,
strong material will be developed before the
playing season begins so that Mynderse may
have a winning team.
L96 went ox vr.
Don Colniskvy up for repairs.
6. .loc Poole receives at Lyons game.
T. The Bench.
8. Lvl, us in on that huddle.
9. Thu feminine contingent, featuring young Miss
10. HUIAVPCII halvvs thc- band iakvs over.
Odell, Hutz, Carat-cilo, Piizzivri, Sisson, Letizia, Comiskey, Schaertl, Passilionc. Cooley. Adviser: Baker. Spiegelman,
Aronson, Cafaru, Sandronl, Glovanninl, Capavci. Paradise, Fflllllii.
The Block M Club of Nlynderse Academy in its promotion of better sportsman-
ship has during this year accomplished its goal in an admirable sense.
Witll Leonard Passiiione as president, assisted by vice-president Ronald Schaertl,
treasurer Dominic Paradise, secretary Donald Comiskey, and adviser Coach
Cooley, the boys have been working on various projects. After the initiation of new
members, the Block M pitched right in with donations to the Curtain Fund and
to Care organization. Their working for a memorial to Mr. Rockwell is perhaps
their greatest single achievement. However, their football programs, annual Block
M Dance, and the Block lVl salutes to those persons or organizations who strive to
create a better Nlyndersc Academy are also tributes to a line group of athletes.
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSCJCIATICN
Miss Driscoll supervised the organization
meetings of the Girls, Athletic Association in the
early fall, when officers for the year were chosen
and plans made. Next a formal constitution con-
cerned with the aims, objectives and procedures
of the club was adopted and the weekly meetings
One of the important functions of the G. A. A.
is to aid in directing sports activities throughout
the year. ln line with this objective the club
planned Play Days with other schools so that the
participants might broaden the scope ol' their
activities. A group of Avon girls came in De-
cember and others from Penn Yan in February.
On the home front, winning basketball games
were played against both Le Cercle francais and
girls from Room 59.
Return Play Days with Avon and Penn Yan
proved so enjoyable that it is hoped to increase
the number of participating schools another year.
To top off the year an all-school spring dance
was held in the gym in April.
Miss Driscoll, Adviserg N. Doane
NANCY IDOANE . Presidem'
HELEN RILEY . lflC6-PF6.9lld0lI.l
ANNA DEPAsQUALE Secrelary
BARBARA STAIIL . Treasurer
ANNE DRISCOLL . Adz-iser
Back How: Horle. Carroll, Clark. Deary, Lilla. Middle Ifow: Stahl. Riley. Miss Driscoll. Adviser: Doane, Deljasquale.
Ffrsf Row: Yates, Kissel, Beatini.
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1. Hvarly-Aim-P 2. Bowling 'vm mor.
Chunlpum baskotlnull L4-zml. 5. Phe llghl, fzmluslic- Pxpmwrlls.
.lane gives it a lift. 8. Hold 1'Nl'I'ylIlillg!
3. The ufiicials' club Q'I'lwy Call '4'nLj.
6. Grade- Cllampimmsf
9. G. A. A. plays husl lu th? Avun girls.
l, A strikvl' 2. Vulloyhall vxpvl
5. Ping-pong champs. lm. Morale buildvrs
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J. A xxlnmng hilly
S We build HIlNl,llillg. 4. Junior High baskotlmall x'iutm's.
xviflllillg Junior buslwtball If-alll. 8. Suspcndcd action in the gym.
I0 ' highly agumst "Eight," ll. A XVIIISUIIK' twusunw lIllPI't'SI,CLl lll llllfiilllllfkili
1. Joyce and Honor in a happy nmml. 3. Patsy registering surprise.
2. Ifree Parking. 6. MEN OF PROPERTY!!!
3. Spring fex er! T. The nmnvy C!lil!lgl?I'S in I,hPir bflfltll
4, Ralph and Kal,l1lHeI1 drink a toast at the Barn.
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SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
C Emenla of
C0l'l'l,0Al'Yl en fd of
LT. CYRUS GARNSEY 3rd POST No. 1323
jlw Cfaaa of 7948
MAY THE GOOD LITCK THAT BIIUIIGI-IT YOIT THRULIGH
TO GIIADIIATION BE WITH YOL' ALWAYS
KIRK-CASEY POST N11366
CDHLFAIHGH td of
Kellogg s Garage, Inc.
I7-21 State Street
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
IKM Med Card in jawn U
.jwla ffmarg greefing Carala
Cray'ron's Drug Store
Red and White Store 6 f
I OWLP ll'l'lel'lf.'f of
Grocerws and Meats
18 Pmumsey St. '
SENECA FALLS, N. Y. I
P R I N T I N G
DODGE Job-Rated Trucks
207 Fall St. SENECA FALLS
Qt. 1Bat1fick'5 burnb
SENECA FALLS HAS EVERYTHING
"SHANNON'S" BQBA. DICKC.
BOB C. DICK A.
fJl1LfTLLCI'S Lo Mj'HCiCI'SC B. JACK H.
Men FRANK D. R. JIM O.
JACK, S. JACK P.
PATSY M. DOM. S.
HFST WISHFS The Teen Agcrs Dance O1'Cl1esl.ru
jim glam of 7948
Shann0n's Clothes Shop
Seneca Music Center
79 FALL ST.
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Sullivalfs Candy Store Best Wishes to
DAGGE'r'r,s CANDY The
and GLASS OF '48
D IOTOTTO- Florist
Flowers of Distinction
THANK YOU FOR YOUR
Rlay Good Heallh and Good Fortune Be
Yours in the Years Ahead
Your School and Office Oak Street Dillliels Street,
Headquarters phone 776
Seneca Typewriter Exchange SENECA FALLS
12 STATE STREET
To the Graduating Class of Mynderso, wc, al, TVIooro's extend heartiest Congratula-
tions, and if your future endeavors lead you into college, or the business world,
our thoughts and best Wishes will be with you always.
MOORE FURNITURE COMPANY
fr., Jem., of gzum, "
72 FALL STREET
3 W. MAIN STREET
T H E
GAY Sz SON AGENCY
Strand 'l'l10al.rc Building
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Mal wakes lo Me
CAM of 1948
W. T. GRANT
87 FALL s'1'aE1s'r
Carnevale's Men Shop
FORMERLY CLARY BROS.
Fine Clothing for the Particular Alan
Curlee Clothes Shapely Shirts
SENECA FALLS, N. Y. PHONE 51 W
CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS
CLARK'S BODY SHOP
Tri niLy Lane
SENECA FALLS, N. Y
INTERWOV EN SOCKS
.IOI-IN'S SERVICE STATION
6 CAYUGA STREET
John Paradise, Proprietor
Guaranteed Auto Repairing
TIRE-BATTERY-ROA D-SERY ICE
8 A.M.-I0 P. M.
RICHFIELD GAS AN D
OIL PHONE 571-W
SE ECAF LLS NIACHI E C0.
CONRAD SABATIN I
DRY CLEANING and
Corner State and Fall
OPEN 8 A. Nl. - 10 P. M.
Stubbs Lumber Co., Inc
Jolms-Mauville Service Center
27 STATE ST.
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
This store has been the school supply
C0l7'tPlil7l6fLlS headquarters for lVlynde1'se Academy
pupils for many years
A Your Paironage is Greally
44 The Pennysaver "
lt will be a pleasure to continue
to greet you
Glfts for the Graduate
Gibson 81 Norcross
Greeting Cards for all Occasions
TALLMAN 81 LOOMIS
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Congratulations to the
Members of the 1948 Class of
THE SENECA FALLS SAVINGS BANK
SIQNIQCA FALLS, N. Y.
COIYLIDAFYI ell iii of
WESTCOTT RULE CO.
. F d M ' 8. s
Kalser-Frazer re am' ons
QThe Cars of T 0-morrow, To-dayj
Jfw gum pg '48
K-B MOTOR CO.
Building Materials Blue Coa
Class Building Blocks
193-195 FALL STREET
.7!1e Mal .glzowa .xaguayaf
J. T. Dlc'1'W11,l+:,n, Mgr.
SI-IERIDAN OIL COMPANY
Atlantic Gasoline and Heating Oils
LEE TIRES EXIDE BATTERIES
Phone 143 GRACE E. SEITZ, Owner
Congralalalions and Success to
I THE CLASS OF
Coin Qgnlen Il 0
' f X 1948
Dr. Milo H. Sahler W'
W. H. BURNS
Congratulations I I . . .
Class of 348
IT HAS BEEN OUR PLEASURE TO
KNOW YOU AS UNDER-GRADS . .
AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO
KEEPING YOUR FRIENDSHIP . . .
M. J. COSENTINO
SYLV IA ITA LO
of John Bellardino, Inc.
DOY LE 81 MIDEY ,YQ
4'Keep An Eye On Your Eyes"
M. W. SCHULMAN
Phone 799 ABOVE A XL P
W0rld's Largest M anafacturer of
gomphmenb of Comphmenfa of
H. W. K ' ht 81 S
WILLIS c. LAY 'iii on
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Phone l2 Seneca Falls, N. Y.
HARRIS HOME and
Tires, Batteries, Recapping
GOODYICAR TIRES mul TUBES
WELLS W. PERKINS
M A N U E L 9 S QUALITY FOODS
"Famous for Good Food
0 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
69 Full Street
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
RASTIAN BROTHERS CO.
Rochester, New York
HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PINS AND RINGS
ENGRA VED COMMENCEIMENT IN V I TA TI ONS
ANNOUNCEMENTS AN D PERSONAL CARDS
GEORGE D. KILLIP
ROCHES'I'lCR, NEVV YORK Dislricl IVIanager
B R O TA N 7 S
KOWLQAYUPH 0 , ,
' H f THE CLASS OF 1948
LYLIC D. VAN GUHDER
VAN GORDER PHARMACY
NEW YORK DR. ANGELO A. ROMEO
Komlahmenfb of B6Sl WfSh6S
SENECA F0013 etfxss or 1948
S T E WA R T ' S
Complimenis of W'
Gulf Sl-3I'ViC6 Stati0l1 11oMp3Co0KED FOOD
AT ITS BEST
20 Cayuga Street
'Ulm Beacon ,jqmicm "
,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 wh1eh,when followed, practically assures his
ln 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 l"i21I'IIl which are con-
stantly alert to develop progressive steps in feeding and management.
Specialized C'BEAC0N', Rations for Every Feeding Need
THE Beixeoiv Mittnve COMPANY, Inc.
CAYITGA, NEW YORK
600119 Alflenfd of
William J. Malone, D.D.S
SENECA FALLS, N. Y. MYNDERSCENE
Mynderse Own Column
v gxcfuaiue in
110 I ears of Bankir g S
Qwefingd fo gui ann!
Cflferyone of you
HENRY WM. KOCH
6017117 AW! EILL5 of
WALLPAPER AND PAINT
344 Fall Street Phone 226-M
Horry's Smoke Shop
FALL ST. - LAKE BLVD.
ICE CREAM AND
Jw! wjmidon, prop,
Our' Very Besi Wishe.9
THE CLASS QF '48
N0rma's Beauty Salon
1 18 FA LL STRE ET
gedf IUMAAM fo
THE CLASS OF ,418
Lawrence W. Van Cleef
gent 'IJMAIM fo me
Seneca Falls Sales Co., Inc.
Hlford Dealers Since 1927 H
FORD CARS, TRUCKS and
126 FALL STREET
J. Souhan and Sons
R E D .IA C K E T
F I R E M E N
A U Xl L I A RY Smead fo flu. CAM of 218
Seneca Falls Frozen Food
Cayuga St. Forks Phone 243
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
Masten Supply Co.
jarm gguipmenf K. F. P A R K E R
.jwlome .fdlapkanced FRIGIDAIRE
' SALES SERVICE
KINGDOIVI BRIDGE and 102 FALL ST. HOUSEHOLD COMMERCIAL
T H E C A R I B 0 U '
Fine Foods - Legal Beverages 141 E. MAIN ST.
E01 WATERLOO, N. Y. Phone 185 I
PHONE 49 Stevenson St. I
878-J Seneca Falls, N.Y. ""' '
6001 AFYLQHIJ of
c...,.n.....f. .f 'g
Klionsky Scrap Iron
and Metal Co.
C O M M E R C E
SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK Compgmenb O!
PETER M. DORAN
if if 0 ,
The Rotary Club
FRED L. HUNTINGTON
A N D E R O '
AINIBUIJANCE SERVICE Plioue 360
gorniagmenfd of COH'l,7A'lYl6llf5 of
The South Side
CHEERLEADERS Sandwich Shop
67 Ovid Street
SENECA FALLS, N. Y.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Furniture, Floor Coverinms
Try Wait's First
Also Complete l30c:o1'al,ive Scrvioc
The H. R. WAIT CO.
AlllJlll'lllS Largest, Most! Completely
SLoc'Iwd and Best lfquippcrl Home
Main Store Slow Store
TT-83 Genesee SL. 22 Dill St.
Used Furniture and Auliqucs
2-I-26 Clark Street
UPIIOISIOFIIIQ and Furniture licpairs
Now ul. Ivlillll Store
C LA S S O lf'
WILLIAM D. ROYCE
Insurance 0 RealEstate
Clongrafufafionri fo fAe
6466 of 1948
TIIE BULLOCK STUDIO
gomlagmen fi of
Frank Zona 81 Sons
gone! GZTMCL jl'0I'l'l
WARD'S CANDY SHOP
I-9 'Fall Street
ICE CREAlNla"Delici0L1sly lJ1lffe1'e1zt" CANDY-"We Make It"
60111104711 ell fd 0
RESTAURANT, BOAT LIVERY AND BOAT BUILDING
gomphmenfa of IN A U B U R N
Pure Ice 8m Coal Co. Tfg
LUMBER and BUILDING
THE BIG STORE
SMITH xl kgggggsow, INC.
H A R D W A R E
W1lo1,1csA1,12 - RETAIL
PLIIIXIBINO and HEATING
DEVOE PAINTS - BUILDERS SUPPLIES
CARRIER AIR CONDITION
AUBURN, NEW YORK
Larry's Shoe Store
86 Genvscc Sl. Aulrurn, N. Y.
Yclvvt Stop Shoes
CiLy Club Shoes
CLIPPER - CRAFT
HUNT SCHAFFNER Sz MARX
UNIVERSITY STYLE CLOTHES
D O W D - L E O ' S
127 Gencsvo Sl. Auburn, N. Y
The Diamond Siore of illl.1JlIl'II,
117 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
VVe Extend Cheerful Credit To You
F R E D R O N D I N A
Quality Furniture ul, Lowest Prices
G E APPLIANCES
Stoves and Kitchen l4'urnil,ure Department
56-66 State St. Auburn, N. Y.
High School Fellows
If you Want Real Quality Clothes-
Suils, Slaeks, Sport Outfits-Built the
way college men like them, styled the
waxy prep school men Wear them and
priced so low you'll have money left
MARS HAL L'S
13 El GENES EE STREET
AlLbLlI'll,i-Y Leading Slore
for Wien and Boys
600119 Amen!! of
A Complete Stock ol' McGregor Sportswear
SLACKS SPORT SHIRTS
4 4 E C B E R T S 5 7
A ll Blk RN
Arrow Shirts lliokey Freeman Clothes
Stetson Hats lntcrwoven Hose
lon jim glllllbh mm
1.5.1 sun sneer
AUIUII, I. Y.
60l'l'll9AI'l'l ell ld of
CONRAD I. ARNOLD
A. 1. A.
CLASS UF 1948
Appreciates the support of the
Board of Education, Faculty,
Students, and Loyal Ad-
vertisers Who make each
Plumbing and Heating
GIBBS AND MARKIN
Opposite Entrance to Gould Hotel
The Class of 1948
C. S. FEGLEY
THE HOMESTEAD GRILL
M. L. BEAUTY SALON
Phone 71W I 13 Fall St
THE ELECTRIC SHOP
Frank McCarthy, Prop.
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
DEMATTIA,S FRUIT MARK ET
352-W 119 Fall St.
JOHN CLINE'S GARAGE
74 Green St. Seneca Falls, N. Y
SENECA FALLS GRANITE WORKS
W. G. Nelson and Son
Insurance of Every Description
M. J. OIBRIEN
GEORGE H. LEET
For the Best Permanents Go to
LORETTA'S BEAUTY SHOP
SIMONE AUTO PARTS
44 Bridge St. Phone 788
Appliances and Repairs
36 Water St. Phone 712
J Com pl imenis of
DR. ROBERT J. HOWLAND
Com pl imenls Qf
LEO .l. HOLLAND
STORY AND STRONG
Heating, Plumbing, Tinning and Paints
E. B. KIBBEY MACHINE CO.
LOUISE BEAUTY SHOPPE
Phone 498 Seneca Falls
Groceries-Ice and Boats
Cayuga Lake R. D. No. 2 Phone 202-J
DR. E. F. DOWD
FRANCIS M. MeNANEY
Meats and Groceries
E. C. GIUSTI AND SON
Expert Watch and Clock Repairing
73 Ovid St. Seneca Falls
BYRNE FUNERAL HOME
East Bayard Street
JOHN T. MCKEON
67M Fall St. Phone 514 Hardware
DEER HEAD INN
F. W. WILLIAMS
CARUSO'S IGA STORES
25 Bridge St.
22 Daniels St. Tel. 121
WALTER S. WARD
Lumber and Builders, Supplies
Leader in Shoe Repairing,
ERWIN F. AUSTIN
Western Auto Associate Store
JOHN J. BRADY
THE SENECA SHOE SHINING AND
HAT CLEANING PARLOR
Jerry Pleases All
Tel. 32 141 Fall St.
MlLLER'S QUALITY MARKET
A Market ol' Distinction
PAUL J. MORGANTI
Groceries and Fresh Poultry
47 West Bayard St. Phone 277R
AGNELLO AND SONS
Fruit and Vegetable Store
45 Fall St., Seneca Falls Tel. 137M
LORY'S BEAUTY SALON
Tel. 863 128 Fall St.
GLANVILLE AND WERNER, INC.
Congratulations to the
Class ol' 1948
Best W ishex to the Class of 1948
S. S. PALMER CO.
Heat Headquarters for Over 50 Years
Retail, Wholesale Grocery and Confectionery
64 Ovid St. Phone 540
W. J. MACKIN
Men's Furnishing Store of Cheerful Service
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
MRS. B. R. ARMITAGE
2 Terrace Row
MALON E BROS.
Coal, Wood and Briquettes
MR. AND MRS. DON MERRIAM
A. G. FARRELL
Retail Wine and Liquor Store
SAMMY'S BARBER SHOP
Ladies, and Children's Haircutting
At Lower State Street
WHITING'S IGA STORE
Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables
Lake Rd., Seneca Falls Phone 574-J
FINGER LAKES ALLEYS
15 State Street
SENECA WOOD PRODUCTS CO.
Ironing Boards-Stepladders-Pier1ic Sets
201 Fall St. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
PETER AND ANGELO LUCCHESI
Friendly Service Station
WILLIAM H. USHER
WILLIAMS AND SONS
Reliable Jewelers for 112 Years
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
For Fine Food Peter T ardelli, Prop.
ECONOMY HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY
123 Fall St.
Seneca Falls N. Y.
GEORGE L. AYERS
SPRING BROOK POULTRY FARM
Donald E. Kuney
SENECA FALLS MILLS
LOTZ'S EVENRUDE SALES
28 Ovid St. Seneca Falls, N. Y.
Women's and Children's Apparel
61 Fall St., Seneca Falls, N. Y. Phone 50-W
Red Hlld White Store
The Trading Center of Fayette
E. B. Bishop and Son
LELAND J. ABBOTT AND SONS
Fayette, N. Y.
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JOEL D. RITTER
Fayette, N. Y.
22 llaigh St. Tel. 896-M
Canoga, N. Y.
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VERN H. HARTRANFT
Phone 628-M Fayette, N. Y.
JOHN G. PRUTZMAN
M. S. MATTERSON
General Contractor and Builder
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
MR. AND MRS. WM. L. BAKER
CALARCO,S PASTRY SHOP
NYILLIAM B. HISLOP AND CO.
Auburn's Leading Dept. Store
Auburn, N. Y.
W. C. CROSMAN AND SON JEWELERS
Diainonds,Watches, All Popular Silver Patterns
92 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
BAIN MIISIC CO.
Pianos, Records, Sheet Music, Band Inst.,
8 Exchange Sl. Auburn, N. Y.
THE FASHION STORE
Over 50 Years GownsfDressesfSuits
I6 North St. Auburn, N. Y.
Clothing, Shoes, Mens and Boys' Furnishings
27-29 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
THE BONNETT SHOPPE
Fine Clothes for Fine Women
103 Fall St. Seneca Falls
Seneca Falls Council 222
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BENNETT AND TRACY
82-84. Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
HARRY F. ALLEN AND COMPANY
IMI Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE STORE
54-58 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
l.07 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y.
Sponsoring Beau Claire Fashions
Infants' and Childrenis Center
'Tops for Teens"
I36 Genesee St. Phone I098.I Auburn, N. Y.
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COURTESY FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE DU BOIS PRESS
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