Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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Some have iollowed well- trodden scholastic paths, diverging only to pursue newly developed interests in music, drama, art, science, or sports, others have experimented in various areas oi suhiect matter, combining prac- ' tical fields oi business, industrial art, or home- ' with other interesting suhiects. Some of hs' others, faint footprints, ssing. Since making orn pat , ' our pa ' to be us made well-w all, some impression showing we realize the futility oi .expecting all this ,M-an-1M remembered, we have tried to capture these mem- ories while they are still fresh. That is the purpose oi this Nineteen Fifty Myndersian. On these pages we have given what we consider a fairly complete record of the story oi the year. As time goes on and other seniors take our places in Mynderse Academy, we may be iorgotteng but we can always recall our last school year hy turn- ing to our story of the iourneying of gay, young spirits who passed this way. Guided hy teachers who not only knew their suhiect matter, but also understood those necessary activities that are dear to the hearts oi all high-school students, we found life at Mynderse rich in possibilities for work and playfin all ways worthy of the efforts expended by our Class oi Nineteen Fifty. EDICATIO THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY DEDICATES THIS TWENTY- FIFTH MYNDERSIAN TO YOU, MR. WILBER. IT IS AN EXPRESSION OF FRIENDSHIP AND APPRECIATION FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE THESE LAST THREE YEARS IN GUIDING US INTO COURSES AND CAREERS FOR WHICH WE SEEMED BEST FITTED. GEORGE HART WILBER, B.A., M.A. Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York New York State College for Teachers, Albany, New York TE TS ADMINISTRATION PAGESQTOIS CLASSES PAGESISTOS7 ACTIVITIES PAGES37TO55 w'1""K"HJWpr-uq r""x. Ii' "1-""""'ll'-u...:L a ATHLETICS AGESSSTOGS 'TT "xx, , T "T3DF411",f"""' 8 ! T . wwf . , N 'file , ' -'HR K A- AL' W ,M 5,5 '-f, '4 4, -Haig-aft' fi fy ,.,., , b sg. , 1 A .,f'M,J- W- mas .AM ,,,,,f Q.. 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Th ' A are two new members on the Board: .Mr. Pa Simson, of Tri-Way Engineering Company, ,and Mr ames McComb Com troller at Couldsf ' - I , P They replace Mr. Bracht and Mr. Bernard Vergamini. - - e Important achievementsfof oard in past year are: redecoratio: - V he second and third floors of Mynderse ademy,'completi of the radin andrseedin V ofthe football g g g , and constructionof a quarteram' k 'fa I one-hundred yard straightavi 'Iro- duction of 'the 'Driver' Tra' ' 45 5'iu'se into the CUffiCUlf. ', it . Wi t 1 ftopthe futurejthe B 'is adding a' Di Intramural. S tts 'n addition- al Junior Hjgh'Engli's ' ac o the faculty. The ,membe'rsf2lrQ-E ' Z , nsidering plans for a f L 'asingvietirolltnent randi to replace obsolete K K ingsrand equipment, ' f s,, , of Education W l w f ' MR. F. KNIGHT V President G S' A Se lgT1f,iU.R L neca F?iinte,fdEI-?KER S 0013 50939 OE Q.DX3C1xtXOx+1 We egfpwxfo X- gi5'1,,09'1.1. 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Kine nbein e a ws oi 'ceggvn mem. winning -me Xi respect' and eonexaeramon nncefe and anemia-so anw-:Gsm an garb oi your chafeewr, ice are te 50 an preserving' ani naiwaildne, auf fd 0 e wnieving kinase cnaYaGw'f1Sbi09 10 perm'-W 11011 TP xxx copigwnoe ani 914-69 59 me iook-evans oi gag, dho 'gafe oreceaed ion 5005 'Ln K M50 nvwfba ge www, 1633-of 1'3- uvn ani fonvn xp -gee ,xl in ,Iwi in 59 :::::v.qnD' BC PDENN NNYXDEBSE- 52395. xl.-1 p9f1.1o09 5 gi?-C Mat X 5 Seniors oi 19501 Your mgndersxan theme, "Sands of lime," 'Ls woucnw, fo, A provoking. 0911 a snort mme ago you 'oegan your education. no-I you are about 'oo graduaeo. Some of you 1151 go on no K , fy! " iurdrrer educavxon, hut. fine largest percentage -ax1X xmmedisbexg ffl? enter on your X'L9e's worm. Your success nu gg-eau-3 depend S V upon noi muctn use you have made of vne une was 'nas passed. I 'Ynose of you who 'ne-Ie acquired good nabibs 'Ln 'Jour use of A mme, wsu ue sueeesscuxg Vnose me have een, nu exmer 5 POQL 5 cnange or go down 'Ln defeat. 001-gtaryE Q in your Sen snare gears fun us we have awenpned no snort, you iuxx a good Qoundavyon. We are noping vnat. WXVO this starr, you 1111 go on wo we success 11'n'Lc'n -you deserve and become good c'L'cA.1.ens 'Ln vnxs Xand of opporwunivj. 'Yo nang of us, time seems u9XimH.ed, put, mnat vltxxch is granted 'oo nose of us, is aXX 'coo snork.. Xn 'Unis sctentxiic age, uno Knots that QISXX occur EONOYTOUR Unxess peopXe, Yule qoursebles, acquire ine itsdon and a desire mo web along 'Ln peace tim owner peopXe and races, perhaps 'Une une left 'Ls snorwr than 'Lb seems. We are 'noping 'mat either gou, or ovners 'hue Sou, mag 'nxt upon some nevnod of nawknvy bhxs earvn a happier place B in ihkoh to Vue. - SHER MA Xp closing, 1 1'xs'n 'oo congratulave gou on a gov -well Clerk N done, and to 1'Ls'n each member of wne class we best. of success 'Ln vkxaxpver fund oi endeavor gou nag eXec'o. S'LncereXg gcurs , J H , , , 4 HJ- F RAIEK W M r' .' V0 ynditln lgGEL a em Y MARY HOWES Specdn and Dramah IG' as 4. A,,, ,mf ,LUCY ARDSV ELL - ,C - Homemaking ROBERT MASTERSQN Seventh and Eighth ' Remedial VINCENT DAVIES Industrial Arts Driver Edllcltilm I . 16" ,,,,k, .. 4 X .1 + FAC uv ,vp-1 S ....A Danger! Brady at Work! W0 RK My Kingdom Mr. Frasefs Proteges. I S Th S Is There Any Future in It?. - t " e ms" e 're ewing. n 3 Y 14 Brandy s Double Indemnity. Qnrxg aww' J, yr -3 -- SES , YM? ,ua BARBARA T. AMIDON The girl with the heart-shaped face who can sell you anything. Glee Club 1, 2, 8, Festivals , 2, 3, Frosh-Soph Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, Frosh-Stiph Picnic Committee 2, Science 'lub 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Intramurals 2, 8, 4, Hearth Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Junior Dance and Prom Commit- tees S, Junior Jumbles 3, Girls' Athletic Association 4, Ball Committee 4, Myndersian Co- Business Manager 4. MARY ANN BOLICH A ioumalist enthusiast who is a neat package of beauty and brains. Library Club 1, Treasurer 1, Frosh-Sopli Play 1, Fresh Dance Committee 1, Latin Club I, 2, Wig and Rouge 2 3, 4, Microphone 2 3, 4, Editor-in- chief 4, E. S. s. P. A. con- ference 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Party, Play, and Prom Committees S, Elmira College Key Award 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Senior Ball and Play Com- mittees 4, D. A. R. Essay Con- test 4, Senior Vice+President 4, Myndersian 4, Salutatorian 4. ROBERT JAMES BAKER Shy, deeply religious Bob has a fondness for music. Clee Club 4. g-H' J' ' r V- V ,-. .VV ..,.---.. V .cs , 1 .QW V' 5' :ff 3 ,BL .. ,,,. N l? ' f"'l::.: 4:- , ......,. , , . ,,, s I H9221 'iifizfifzw . L i-25:4 Tiff , . NANCY ANN BARRETT Chatty, little Nancy always reets you with a smile. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Festivals 1, 2, 3, Frosh-Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Fresh-Soph Play Committees 1,2, Intramurals 1, 2 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Girls' Athletic Associ- ation 2, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Play, Dance, and Prom Commit- tees 3, Hearth Club 4, Senior Play Committee 4. CLARA ANNE BATTY CIara's just "batty" about that big handsome Bill. Frosh-So h Dance Committees I, 2, Frossi- Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Committees 1, 2, Band 1, Glee Club 2, 3, Festivals 2 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Pla , Dance, and Prom Committees 5, Senior Bsrll Committee 4, Senior Play 4, Myndersian Co-Business Manager 4. HOWARD ARTHUR BORDEN Our potential actor, who played well in both our junior and senior plays. Frosh-Sopb Dance Committees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Baseball Manager 2, Football Manager 2, Junior Jum- bles 3' Junior Play S, Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Play 4, Senior Ball Committee 4, Wig and Rouge 4. OWEN PATRICK BRADY Owen's bewitching Irish smile, plus dimples, makes quite a hit with the girls. Airplane Club 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Curator 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Dance Committee 3, Tumbling Club 3, 4, Wig and Rouge 4, Senior Play 4, Christmas Play 4, Red Cross Altemate 4. JAMES FREDERICK BRAND Jim's "brand" on a piece of art work means a prize winner for sure. Airplane Club 1, Acan- thus 2, 3 4, Vice-President 4, Frosb-Soph Picnic Committee 2, Sophomore Dance Committee 2, Empire Boys State 3, Junior Dance Committee 3, Myndersian 4, Junior Kiwanian 4. ROBBIE NELL BROWN Sprightly Robbie of the dancing feet and gracious charm whose inspiration is Vince. Frosh-So h Picnic Committee 1, 2, Fragi- Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Toumament 1, 2, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Senior Chorus 1 2, 3, Festival 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, 2 9, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, A. A. 3, 4, Junior Dance and Prom Committees 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Wig and Rouge 4, Cheerleading 4, Senior Ball Committee 4, Senior Play 4, Myndersian 4. JAMES E. CARPENTER Versatile Jim won't stoos to conquer . . . Girls. Class resi- dent 1, Band and Solo Competi- tion 1, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Treasurer 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, S, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Microphone 2, 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Empire Boys State 8, Junior Rotarian 4, Honor Student 4. RICHARD ALAN CLARK When Dick goes in for forestry he'll never be up a tree as long as he has that trumpet around. Intramurals 1, Frosh-Soph Play Toumament 1, Class Treasurer 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Commit- tees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, QS, 4, All-State Music Festival 4, Clee Club 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Class Presi- dent 2, Student Council 2, Track 2, Empire Boys State 3, Junior Dance Committee 5, Jiunior Kiwanian 4, Myndersian CLADYS SHIRLEY BUCK Presenting our "Bamey Oldfield" with that black convertible. Science Club 13 Maiorettes 1, 2, S, Hearth Club 2, Junior-Senior Earty Committee 3, Career Day WINIFRED C. COLGROVE Winnie, with her personality and inexhaustible supply of wit, will always have friends. Library Club 1, Class Secretary 1, Frosh- Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 2, 4, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, Junior Dance Committe 3, Junior Jumhles 3, G. A, A. 3, Junior Prom Court and Committee 3, Myndersian 4, Clee Club 4, Varsity Choir 4, Senior Ball Court and Com- mittee 4. FRANCIS JOSEPH CAMMUSO Our "Frank" guy who may some day head Woolwort.h's. Track Manager 1, 2: Airplane Club 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Science Club 1, 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Play 3. ROBERT F. CRACKNELL Bob, our pioneer, dates back to the '49ers. fNeed a diagram?j Frosh-Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Junior Red Cross 1, Class Vice -President 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Student Council 1, 3, Altemate 4, Junior Dance Committee 3, Junior Jum- bles 3, Junior-Senior Party and Prom Committees 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Senior Play 4, Wig and Rouge 4, Myndersian 4, Junior Kiwan- ian 4. CARMELLA M. DALESSIO A quiet good-looking girl who adds interest to any cassronm. Student Council Altemate 2, In- tramurals S, Junior gumbles 3, Camera Club 3, 4, canthus 3, 4, Clee Club 4, Usherette for Senior Play and Rotary, Senior Ball and Play Committees 4: Myndersian 4, Honor Student 4. ANNE DEPASQUALE Our attractive cheerleader rates an A in sports. Frosh and Soph Dance Committee 1, 25 Jr. Red Cross 15 Competition Festival 1, 2, 35 Senior Chorus I, 2, 35 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee I, 25 Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 45 In- tramurals I, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 French Club 2, 35 Class Secretary 25 Junior Jumbles 85 Junior Prom Court 35 Junior- Senior Party and Prom Com- mittee 35 Senior Ball Court 4. TERESA JANE DUONOLO Long lashes, curly hair-an at- tractive combination in a small package. Intramurals l, 2, 3, 45 Acanthus 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play Committee 35 Camera Club 45 Senior Play usherette 45 Senior Ball Com- mittee 45 Myndersian 4. RICHARD JOSEPH DOBER "Slick" suits Dick, our future journalist, Frosh and Soph Dance Committees 1, 25 Basketball I5 Acanthus l, 25 Track 25 Micro- phone 2, 3, 4, Asst. Bus. Mana- ger 3, Bus. Manager 45 Class President 35 Junior Prom and Play Committees 35 Junior Jum- hles 35 Junior Kiwanian 45 Myndersian 4. RICHARD DYSON Those "pearly gates" are sure to open when Dick blows his horn. Glee Club I, Operetta 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 45 Orchestra 1, 2 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 55 Microphone 2, 35 Class Treasurer 35 Football Manager 35 Junior Play Committee 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Senior Ball Committee 45 Myndersian 4. JEROME T. DOMBROWSKI An ardent photographer who is always on the spot "when it happens." Frosh - Soph Picnic Committee I, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Student Council nominating convention 35 Junior Dance and Prom Com- mittees 35 Senior Ball Committee 45 Myndersian Photographic Edi- tor 45 Junior Kiwanian 4. THOMAS PATRICK DOWD Tommy has a job trying to iuggle funds, trumpet, songs, and grls. Romulus - Band 15 Glee lub I5 Boys Ensemble 15 In- tramurals I5 Freshman Dance Committee 15 Camera Club 15 Mynderse-Band 2, 3 4, Festi- vals 2, 3, 4, Solo Com tition 2, S5 Intramurals 3, 45 gasket- ball 55 Track 35 Junior Party and Prom Committees 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Red Cross 35 Class Treasurer 45 Senior Ball Committee 4. LOUIS EUGENE FIANO This red-head has three great interests: drumming, Bev, and singing. Basketball 1, 25 Glee Club 15 Frosh and Soph Picnic Committee 1, 25 Frosh-Soph Dance Committee I, 25 Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 45 Acanthux 25 Football 2, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Baseball 3, 45 Senior Ball Com- mittee 45 Band 45 Orchestra 4. ""f"flF - ,ut -.L-..f . --'i -' ' A I J u 'J,f ' . artt , if I . x ' - eau. -:ai 'ff 515, -5,5 la. gf . ,WV ..,, ,-, , -.,f,f5f,. f., Qs, JOYCE ANN FISHER Little Joivjce has big gossibilities. Science lub I5 Fros and So h Dance Committee l, 25 Frasi- Soph Play Committee 15 Frosh- Soph Picnic Committee 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cofpeti- tion Festival I, 2, 3, 4- Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Dance and Prom Committees 35 Senior Play 45 Senior Ball Com- mittee 45 Myndersian 4. DONNA MARION FREELAND Vivacious, vibrant and versa- tile describes this popular senior. Frosb and Soph Dance Commit- tees 1, 2, Frosh-Sash Picnic Committee 1, Frosb- oph Play Committee lg Intramuras l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, Counsul, Mi- crophone 2, 3, 4, Fashion Editor 3, News Editor 4, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Dance and Prom Committees 3gcJunior Prom Court 3g French lub 3, 43 greasurer 4, Senior Play 4, Myn- ersian Editor-in-chief 4, Honor ltudent 4. WILLIAM THOMAS HUGHES Bill sees nothing but the games the girls see nothing but Bill. Airplane Club 1: Bowling Eli Frosh and Soph Da-nee Conimit- tees I, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Dance Committee 3, Football 3: Baseball 3, 'ii Baskefbau S, 45 Senwr B11 Committee 4. JULIA ALENE JORGENSEN A red-headed im with lots of brains. Transfer gum Geneva-- Freshman Assembly lg Intra- murals l. Mynderse--Latin Club 2, Censorg Intramurals 2 3, 4, Awards 2, 3, 4: French Club 3. 4, Secretary 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Party and Prom Commit- tees 3g :Junior-Senior Party Com- mittee , Microphone 45 Senior Play Committee 45 Myndersian 4, Valedictorian 4. PHYLLIS MARIE GAINES Phyllis gains a lot of attention with her peppy square dancing. Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Junior Jumbles 3, Bowling 3, Camera Club 3, 4. JOHN RAYMOND KEACH John, the unpredictable, has out- of-school interests. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 35 Sophomore ?ance Committee 2, Glee Club RITA MAE HORLE A cute blond from Fayette, with a knack for sports. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2 3, Treasurer 1- Intramurals 1, Q, s, 4, Frosh and soph Dance Committees 1. 2: Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play and Party Committees 3, Student Council Altemate 3, Myndersian 4. PAULINE SONJA KLANDATOS With her warmly sympathetic manner, Pauline will make an ideal nurse. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee la Acanthus l, 3g Intramurals 3, Junior Jumbles 3. BARBARA ANN KNAPP Feeling blue? See our iolly Barb. Frosh and Soph Dance Commit- tees l, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 3, 44 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, jnuiur Jumbles 3, Girls' Athletic Association 3, Junior-Senior Party and Prom Committees 35 Varsity Choir 45 Senior Ball Committee 4. BRUCE ROGER KNAPP This handsome three-letter man may make a future of sports. Frosh-Soph Dance Committees 1, 25 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 8, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 8, 45 Junior Play and Prom Committees 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Class Treasurer 35 Empire Boys State 35 Baseball 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Block M 3, 4, President 45 Senior Ball Commit- tee 45 Junior Kiwanian 4. JOSEPH JAMES LAMA Joe, the No. 1 study hall tease, only had to Hash his friendly smile to be forgiven. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees l, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45gunior Jumbles 35 Junior Prom ommittee 85 Student Council Altemate 35 Junior Party Committee 3. CAROLYN LOUISE KNIGHT A clever pianist with a fine sense of humor and a flare for dramatics. Frosh-Sogh Dance Committees 1, 25 Fros -Snph Pic- nic Committees 1,25 Intramurals 1, 2, 45 Frosh-Soph Play Touma- ment 1 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 35 Library Club 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Band 3, 45 Varsity Choir 3, 4, All State 45 Myndersian 4. LUCY PATRICIA LAMA A comely girl whose interests lie chiefly in Geneva. Student Coun- cil Altemate 1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Party Commit- tee 35 gunior-Senior Party Com- mittee 5 Jr. Red Cross 3, Treas- urer 35 Acanthus 3 4, Secretary 45 Senior Ball Committee 45 Myndersian 4. PETER ROUTTEN KRANTZ Tranquil "Pete" with the fine sense of humor came to us from Pennsylvania. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Acanthus 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 4, Minister without Portfolio 3, President 45 Track 35 Intramurals 3, 4. JOYCE LORRAINE LIND "Jeroen is such a fine seamstress were gore shag sew up aomgoxf mee. emoxg orus , , Librarian 2, 3, 45 Hearth Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Com- tition Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 Jfnior Iumbles 35 Junior-Senior Party Committee 35 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus Octet 45 Bowling 45 Ir. Red Cross Altemate 4. it ' i I . 1.1311-1 x I z- WILLIAM IOI-IN KREUTTER An active photographer who is an ardent outdoor sportsman. Band 1, 2, 35 Frosh-Soph Dance Committees 1, 25 Frosh-Soplh Picnic Committees 1, 25 Fros - Soph Play Committee 25 Junior Dance Committee 35 Microphone 45 Myndersian 4. ANNA MARIE LOMBARDO Sis! Boom! Here's our A-Bomb and Actress. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Frosh-Soph Dance Commit- tees 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Competition Festival 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Frosh- Snph Play Tournament 25 Ir. Red Cross 2' Junior Jumbles 3' Lnlinior Play 35 Junior Dance and om Committees 35 Girls' Ath- letic Association 85 45 Senior Play 45 Senior Ball Committee 45 Wig and Rouge 4. HELEN CECELIA MAGILL Helen with her musical library is a mine of information for everyone. Frosh-Soph Play Com- mittee lg Frosh and Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Play and Prom Committees 35 Junior-Senior Party Committee 35 Hearth Club 2, 35 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 45 Microphone 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Senior Play Committee 45 Myndersian 4. ALICE ANN MCPARLAND She's fun to know but wicked at basketball. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior- Senior Party Committee 35 Jr. Red Cross 4, Senior Ball Com- mittee 4. MARIA A. MANZARI Jolly and cheerful with a smile for everyone-that's Maria. Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Festivals 1, 2, 35 Library Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Ir. Red Cross Alter- nate 1, 25 Sophomore Dance Committee 2' Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play Committee S5 Senior lay and Ball Committees 45 Girls Athletic Association 4. SHIRLEY EVELYN MEEKS Shirley views the world with dignity and composure. Tumbling Club 15 Frosh-Soph Picnic Com- mittee 1, 25 Maiorettes 1, 2 35 Intramurals I, 2, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 French Club 5 Hearth Club 3, 45 Myndersian 4. ANN MARIE MASTROLEO This high-stepping maiorette will march right into a nursing ca- reer. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Festival I, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 45 Frosh-Sogh Picnic Commit- tee 1, 25 Fros -Soph Play Tour- nament Committee 1, 2, Officials Club 1, 25 Tumbling Club 1, 25 Student Council 1, 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play Commit- tee 35 Wig and Rouge 45 Girls Athletic Association 4. RICHARD L. PARKER A very jolly fellow who likes the out-of-doors. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Varsity Choir 4. JEANIE Cl-IARLENE MCBRIDE We salute "Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair." Acanthus 1, 45 Intramurals 1, 35 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 25 Sophomore Dance Committee 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play Commit- tee 3, Junior Prom Court and Committee 35 Senior Ball Court and Committee 45 Student Chair- Lnan Career Day 45 Myndersian EUGENE JOSEPH PEONE Whether it be pins or an audi- ence, Gene "bowls 'em over!" Glee Club I, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Airplane Club 15 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Frosh and Soph Dance Com- mittees I 25 Science Club 25 Frosh-Soph Play Toumament 25 Wi and Rouge 3, 4, President 45 Junior Play 35 Junior Dance and Prom Committees 35 Foot- ball 3, 45 Senior Ball Committee 45 Student Council 4. DONALD PAUL PETERSON The mighty otent "spark lu " of the baskeiall team. Biki- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Exhibition 1, 35 Science Club 15 Frosh- Dance Committee 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta' 15 Sopho- more Dance Committe 25 Junior Jumbles 3. JAMES CONLEY REARDON Someday, some girl will believe Jimmie's line and he'll be hook- ed. Track 1, 2, S, 45 Frosh- Soph Dance Committee 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, S, 45 Senior Chorus 1, 2, 35 Frosh-Soph Pic- nic Committee 1, 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Junior Dance Committee 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Junior-Senior Party S5 Wig and Rouge 45 Block M 45 Stu- dent Council 4, President 4. GERALD CIARK RIEGEL Quiet and conservative in school . . . but after 3:30? ? P Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY CAROLYN PISCITELLI "Pisl3"' is "tops" both as a frien and basketball player. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Operetta 1, Festival 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Tumbling Club 1, 25 Frosh Dance Committee 15 Junior Jum- bles 35 Junior Play Committee 3. DIANE CHELIDE ROSSI Beauty plus Brains plus Pleas- ing Personality equals Diane, our charming secretary. Glee Club I, 2, , 4, Vice-President 2, Librarian 3, Operetta 15 Student Council 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Sophomore Dance Com- mittee 25 Junior Jumbles 3' Jun- ior Dance Committee 35 Junior Prom Committe 35 Myndersian 45 Class Secretary 4. EEK, eee.., JOHN CHARLES POVERO He could if he would, but he won't, so he doesn't. Track 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 1, 25 Airplane Club 15 Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 35 Tumblin Club 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Dance Com- mittee 35 Baseball 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Senior Ball Committee 4. .L ANTHONY THOMAS RUSSO Man of power-girls, the field is open. Frosh-Sliph Dance Com- mittees 1, 25 rosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 8, 45 Glee Club 35 Basketball Manager 35 Junior Dance Committe 35 Block M 3, 4, Vice-President 4. DORIS MARY RYAN Soft-spoken Doris has an under- standing Sersonality. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, ompetition Festival 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Bowlin 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play Committee 45 Senior Ball Com- mittee 45 Myndersian 4. MADELINE JOAN SANDY "Maddy" is our good-natured senior with nautical interests. Frosh and So h Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, Jar. Red Cross 1, Frosh-Soph Play Committee 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh- Soph Play Tournament 2, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Lumbles 3, Junior Dance and rom Committes 5, Microphone 3, Frosh-Soph Play Director 3, 4, Senior Play 4. DUANE OLIVER SHUSTER Our scientific genius who may give Einstein keen competition. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dnun Major 4, Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph Dance Committee 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Junior Dance Committee 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Senior Play 4, Senior Ball Committee 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Myndersian 4: Honor Student 4. Q :':'57lf!f RI Y X QP' "' A dw, in I kii. 'ir Zgqiyitlkw if , f' ' A CHARLES HENRY SCANNELL "Charlie, My Boy," the girls are just wild over you. Basketball Manager 1, Track 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Frosh and Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Football Manager 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jum- bles 3, Junior Play 3, Junior Dance and Prom Committees 3, Acanthus 3, 4, Senior Ball Com- mittee 4, Glee Club 4, Varsity Choir 4: Band 4. PATRICIA ANN SELLECK Pat, Sea Scout Ball Queen, is popular both in and out of school. Frosh and Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Major' ettes 1, 2, 3, 4, Competition 2, Intramurals' 1, 2, 3, 4, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Dance and Prom Com- mittees 3, Junior Prom Court 3, Senior Ball Court and Com- mittees 4, Myndersian 4. WILLIAM GEORGE SHUSTER "Just Plain Bill" - the future farmer of America. Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN DOMINICK SINICROPI "Chick" is a K'Three Star" man in Athletics, Scholarship and Girls. Jr. Red Cross 1, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, cies Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2, 3, President 4, Frosh-Soph Play Toumament 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2: Junior Play 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Baseball 3, gVigi and Rouge 3, 4, Football r 23 CAROLYN FAITH SEMAN Tall and willuwy "Lyn" will make an attractive nurse. Frosh and Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Orchestra 1, Frosh-Soph Play and Picnic Committees 1 2, Hearth curb 1, 2, s, Vice-Presi- dent 1, President 2, Band 1, 2, S, 4, Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play 3, Junior-Jumbles 3, uniur Dance and Prom Committees 3, Rose Festival S, Girls State S, Senior Play Committee 4, Senior Ball Committee and Court 4, Wig and Rouge 4, Myndersian 4, Honor Student 4. CHARLES DONALD SMITH A "Man-about Town" who is an excellent artist. Acanthus 1, Frosh and Soph Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Dance Committee 3, Junior Jumbles 3: Junior Prom Committee 3, Christmas Window Display 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Myndersian Art Editor 4. EDITH LEMOYNE SMITH In music and in sports diminu- tive Edie is hard to beat. Stu- dent Council 1' Intramurals 1, 2, a, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, s, 4, Comsetition Festival 1, 2, Var- sity hoir 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play and Picnic Committees 2, Ir. Red Cross 2, Iunior Play and Dance Committees 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Myndersian 4. WALTER EUGENE SMITH If you knew Walter as Susie knows Walter. OH! OH! OH! What a guy! Band 1, Baseball 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Touma- ment 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Man- ager 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festival 3, Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Junior Play 3, Iunior Iumbles 3, Varsity Choir 3, 4. BARBARA ANN STAHL With her sparkling smile, Barb will brighten many lives as a nurse. Frosh-So h Dance Com- mittees 1, 2, gosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Vice-President 4, Competition Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Girls' Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Playdays 1, 2, 3, Junior Dance Committee 3, Junior Iumbles 3, Junior Play Usherette 3, Varsity Choir 3, 45 Student Council Al- temate 4, Senior Ball Committee and Court 4, Myndersian 4. ELLEN GERALDINE SNIITH .'Sweet and lovely" amply de- scribes charming Ellen. Transfer from Port Allegany: Girls' Ath- letic Association 1, Sporty Seven 2, Girl Reserves 2, Rock Talk 2, Bugle 2, Varsity P. 2, Glee Club, Operetta 2, Tri-H-Y 2, Iunior Prom Committee 2, 3, Camera Club 2, Junior Play 3, Mynclerse: Senior Ball Court 4. EVAN EUGENE STALEY Our singing basketball player with the roving eye. Science Club 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Com- mittee 1, 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Tri-County Team 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Junior Dance Com- mittee 3, Football 3- Junior Iumbles 3, varsity Choir 3, ienior Ball Committee 4, Band LAWRENCE A. SMITH Lawrence, with the gleam in his eye, always has an answer. Frosh-Soph Dance Committees 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 3, Iunior Iumbles 3: Junior Dance and Prom Committees 3, Tumbling Club 3, 4. MILLARD FRANKLIN STUCK While Millard isn't particularly stuck on school, he likes shop. Frosh Dance Committee 1, Air- plane Club 1, Science Club 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committees 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Festivals 1, 2, 3, Junior Iumbles 3, Varsity Choir 4. ROBERT ASHLEY SWAN "Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more, men were deceivers ever." Mass. Transfer from Salem, Frosh Dance Committee 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Gym Exhibition 3, Football 3, Myn- derse: Aaanthus 4. FRANCES Rl'l'A TERRUSI Our indefatigable, lovable Senior Ball queen, witty and bright. Frosh and Soph Dance Com- mittees 1, 2: Student Council Constitutional Convention 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1: Student Council 1, 3, 4, Cor- responding Secretary 3, Intra- murals l, 2, 3, 4, Wi and Rouge,2, 3, 4, Vice-Presitint 2, 3, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Ass. Edi. tor 4, E. S. S. P. A. 4, Class Vice-President 2, 3, Junior Dance and Play Committees 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Prom Court and Committee 3, Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Jr. Community Chest 3, 4, Senior Ball Queen and Committee 4, Myndersian 4: Honor Student 4. x Br 'hit , 'E'.fii,Q?.ai.Qi , ' ' 'V - V Q , J '?.,..!aff?Zliel ' K L it 3 'ri w.i'i'I'M ,"' f.:: . - f,., ?i'..'.i' 4"'1" 'Ni ,,. ,....,. ...,. ,,,, 138, MARIE ANTOINETIE TONI Our gay Marie can count her sparkling brown eyes and raven locks as definite assets. Frosh and Solijh Dance Committees 1, 2, Tum ling Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 3, Secre- tary 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 2, FRANCIS PAUL TURKETT Warm brown eyes, curly carroty hair, an aifinity for Frances sums up Frank. Acanthus 1, 2, Frosh and So h Dance Committees 1, 2, Soplliomore Class Treasurer, Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, Track Team 2, J. V. Basketball 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior WILLIAM JOSEPH TWIST Fishing and baseball occugy a good eal of time for tall, lond ill. Science Club 1, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2. BEVERLY ANN VREELAND Whether as Prom Queen, playing the clarinet or leading' cheers, Bev takes honors. Fros Dance Committee 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Festi- vals 1, 2, 3, All State 2, 4, Cheerleading 1 2, 3 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Junior Play and Dance Committees 3, Junior Jumbles 3, Student Council Al- ternate 3, Class Secretary S, Junior Prom Queen and Cum- mittee 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Senior Ball and Play Committees 4. unior Party Committee 3, Junior umbles 3, Microphone 3, 4, ig and Rouge 4, Senior Ball Court 4, Myndersian 4. AH..EEN RUTH WOODS Aileen, with her gay smile and twinkling eyes exhibits an ami- able Irish temperament. Glee Club 1, Operetta 1, Festival 1, Frosh and Soph Dance Com- mittees l, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1. 2, Intramurals 1, 3, Frosh-Soph Play Committee 2, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Fashion Editor 4, Camera Club 3, Junior Lumbles 3, Junior Dance and rom Committees 3, Senior Ball Committee 4, Myndersian 4, Honor Student 4. Chorus 1, 3, 4, Festival Com- petition 3, gunior Iumbles, Plun- ior'Senior arty, Junior rom Committees 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, President 3, Campaign Manager Student Council 4' enior Pres- ident 4, Student Council Repre- sentative 4. ELIZABETH J. WOODWARD If anyone is in need, to his aid Betta' Jane will speed. Glee Club 1, , 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, Soph Dance Com- mittee 2, Junior Jumbles 3, Junior Play and Dance Com- mittees B, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Varsity Choir 4, Senior Ball Committee 4, Myrldersian 4, Honor Student 4. :Q I ', -fix, if - Qi- iiff . ,Lip W ' li. A I ff?v,fTgi?'s tina? iii Q13 'X 1 ' t 3 , 4 is Wad' ts K H AA, , , ,wb L if ' xi' ia ze 'I gf. r' ' T -i b .H 'tl ' A E5 jiri ,S 5 in gig! as S "i" ff ff? Q 1 1,2 f 5 3 1 2' ' gmfmswfvwssefg an-an-.N . '," ' A -- '33, s if ,, if? iii 3 Back row, Cooley, Mahoney, Malone, Beerse, Laude, Wolfe, Durso Hughes, Lafler, Irish, Eighmey, Cherchia, Wolfe, VanHouten, Wedge, Bonacci, Appell ADVISERS Miss Miller, Mrs. Oliver, Mr. Becker Koch. Second row-Marconi, Smith, Yeo Brown, H, First row-DiNatale, Brown I. Kreager. Overflowing with vim and vitality we returned to Mynderse as jolly Iuniors promising ourselves that the coming school year was to be filled with unforgetta- ble events and occasions. The annual junior school party, "Harvest Moon Hopf opened our social season in the early fall. Athletic participation in the various sports, as well as in many intramural activities, c aimed a goodly portion of the class. The academic organizations and clubs provided an outlet for our innumerable talents in the fields of art, music, dra- matics, and science. After a snowless Christmas vacation, we retumed to school to stage the Junior Jumbles, our annual talent show. Our original panorama based on man's 'progress through the ages wonit soon be forgotten. Outstanding among the many scenes was the flag-rais- ing at Iwo-Jima. The students and class advisers cer- tainly deserve a great deal of credit for the show's success. When the mid-year exams had come to an end, the class presented its Junior play, "Hilarity 28 Hubbard, Vergamini, Fahey, Alford. Third row- Back row-Fredenburgh, V Carbone, Ashbaugh. Andreas, Stefano, Ashley, Lilla, Keach, Mitchell, Weaver, Buck, Decker -41 House." The farcical escapades of rugged Uncle jeff and the two teen-age boys, Buzz and Wally, held Mynderse in an uproar for days. Who will ever forget Lucindy Peck, the mournful maid from Cabbage Neck? The class is indebted by Miss Howes, the dra- matic coach, for her direction of the play. We gave the seniors a colossal send-off at our junior-Senior party in June with an abundance of entertainment and refreshments for all. As our school year came to an end we closed the door of our social world with the presentation of the junior Prom. The gym was fitting- ly decorated to achieve the proper setting for our popular formal party. We wish to express our gratitude to the class ad' visers - Mrs. Oliver, Miss Miller, and Mr. Becker - for their interest in the class activities and the stu- dents themselves. Our memorable year as juniors in Mynderse will indeed live long in the hearts of every member of the class of Nineteen Fifty-One. Erik Landberg Class of '51 29 E., Conley, C., Carroll, Ioang Clark Franceschi, Platten Martin OFFICERS President-Gerald Schaenl Vice-President-Laverne Laller Secretary-Mary Ann Ashley Treasurer-Anthony Marconi Back Schaertl, Lafler Front-Ashley, Marconi Kidd, Soscia, Marrapese, De- ADVISERS Mrs. Shannon Mrs. Wilson Mr. Marshall Excited shouts and laughter pealed that cheerful autumn morning in September '49 when we, the class of '52, took our places as the Sophomore Class. For days a steady buzz of conversation filled the air as we accustomed ourselves to the new environment and a fresh school year. Extra-curricular activities received our first thoughts. Block M. and G.A.A. appealed to our staunch sports fans. Intramurals as well as the Varsity and Iunior Varsity teams prompted a mass turnout of our skilled athletes. Three of our petite and lithe sophomore girls made the lay Vee cheerleading squad. Our talented musicians concentrated on Band, Senior Choir, and Orchestra. Microphone and Library Club attracted many with the literary yen. Our class was also well represented in French Club, Camera Club, Wig and Rouge, and Science Club. Next came the difficult task of selecting a slate of officers. Elec- tion returns were close, but Iames Palumbo led the class as president, with competent assisting officers. The days slipped by with astonishing rapidity. Then came the time that filled even the sunny sophomores Mr. Marshall, Mrs. Shannon, Mrs. Wilson 30 lorzensen Annetta ... Q., with dread. For five days the whispered and hushed voices were devoid of gaiety. Midyears ended with an overwhelming majority on top, and once again Mynderse Academy became the scene of pleasant serenity. As loyal supporters of our class we patronized our annual dance on April 17th with a spirit that made it a huge success. Our thanks go to the members of other classes who co-operated to make it a successful enter- prise. Diligently we began preparation for the Frosh-Soph Play Tournament. Our greatest desire was to win the trophy for our class. We uncovered talent in our class actors and actresses that will make the stars of to- morrow. VVhen again the Freshman and Sophomore Classes met, it was on a friendlyebasis, at the picnic where there was plenty of fu.n and' refreshments for everyone. Our patient advisers deserve our profound gratitude for smoothing out our difficulties in our sophomore year. Lillian Jorgensen Class of '52 Back Row - Wade, Gamsey x-f' 3 1 Front Row- Pioli, Palumbo X OFFICERS President - james Palumbo Vice-President - Louis Pioli Treasurer - Cyrus Gamsey Secretary - Beverly Wade Back Row - Mr. Reed, Mrs. Front Row - Mrs. Smith, Mr. Rogers Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Seld. Mr. Rogers, Mr. Reed ADVISERS Back Row - Baker, Culpepper, M Deary. lngandello. Wilson, B., Sh Reynolds. Soscia, Forione, Ferrara Waters. Bennett, V.. Blue. Second bardo. Ciovannini, I., Wilson. B.. Knight. Howland. Stapleton. Ianet Spano, Sabatine, Potter, McComb, In the fall we were slightly pea-green, but just the same, freshmen. What a thrill it was to bear that name! Perhaps we were not the Hhighesti' class in Mynderse, but we were supreme over those seventh and eighth graders. At first we were so thrilled, we hardly noticed the long climb to the third floor. To start our year off, we elected our class officers. Our popular president did a wonderful job of guiding us through the year with his staff and the help of our advisers. After our vacations it took us a while, but we finally got busy entering such activities as Band, Orchestra, and Senior Chorus, the French, Acanthus, Science, Camera, and Library Clubs, and the Micro- phone. Many of the freshmen participated in basket- ball, baseball, football, tumbling, archery, tennis, bowling, volleyball and other sports. Christmas vacation came and went, and then we quaking freshmen returned to cram desperately for years. How relieved we were when, the ordeal we found we had come through with many Mid Seld, artin, Snyder, M., Amidon, j,, Galgano, Bennett, G., Dumin, Timmons, jones, H., Kline, erman. Amidon. A.. Zettlemover. Wilson, H., Nugent, Mahoney, Shuster. Third Row - .Fiorelli. L., Fiorelli, G., Aldrich, Morehouse. Scott, Martello. Huff. Drumm, Lindsey, Row - Sullivan, Calland. Malone. Brown. S., Cline. Bishop. Ashbaugh. Lockwood. Lom- Snyder, F., Salerno, Pollard. Dunham Kimmel, Platten, Souhan. Urquhart. First Bow - Brown. Ioan Brown, Faircloth, Carbone, jones, E,, Hibbard, Urwin, Struble, DeNard, Taber, Seeley. honors and few failures. The Hobo Hop, our gayly decorated and entertaining freshman dance held on March 31, was a great success, thanks to committee chairmen Fred Carpenter, Kevin Bove, Pat Souhan, Philip Grinstead, and their assistants. After a slight post-midyears touch of spring fever, we settled down to planning our part in the Frosh-Soph play tourna- ment. We were bound to make a good showing, whether we won or lost. As the end of the school year approaches when our weary brains are about to burst with all the "book learnin, " we have acquired in the year, we are plan- iff' ning the enjoyment of the Frosh-Soph picnic. With baseball, swimming and enough hot dogs and pop to sink us, we will end our year. Although we look for- ward to our summer vacation with freedom from studies, we will not soon forget this year - our first and, we think, best school year to date. Marie Sullivan ' Class of '58 L X e o av. A f . ff f A, ,, ' 'P " ' A . i 3' Back Row - Pannucci, Grinstead - :Tip , ,p 'Q - up 4 ,, 'A'r ' s ' ' Front Row - Cline, Bolich if I President - John Parmucci I A A ,A f - ' - Vice-President - Philip Crinstead ' Secretary - Betty Cline Treasurer - Leon Bolich OFFICERS Back Row - Herron, O'Connell, Beniamino. Green. Congclon. Greenleaf, waffle, Shepherd, Scharett, lEllison, Blaisdell Third Row - Cunningham, Rogers, D. E.: Dober, Andreas. Dombrowski, Von Bergen, Bastian, Schmitt, Sipos, Bove. Hudun Sanderson. Saunders. Second Row - Magill, Leno. Brunskill. Giglio, Giovannini, Iovino, Cusimano, Cnnstead, Ireland, Bevms Rogers. D. N., Pannucci. Carpenter, Belia. Campbell. Decker, Poroseous. Front Row - Watkins. Morehouse, Bollch, Law renee, Turkett, Fraser, Yates, Sisson, Sherman, Raucher, Young, Salone, Cator, Whiting, Romeo, Bonacci. .11 A 3 Lf' , Kaufman, Goodman, Merrick, Lndovico, Fourth Bow 1 MeekS, Bon- Coornbs, McComb, Mikis, White, Dyson, Twist, jacoby, Xds Youngs, ConneXiy, LaBonI. orione. Third Bow f Brand, joeX, De1BnSso, Scizddone, Bhinehart, W., Kregger, son Thatcher ck S Yisciteki, Baddasarie, Ward, S knight, Caiaro, Badway, Fie , Harris, Santoro, E., McCann, F BeynoTds, Seriing, Sirn, Serkng, DeaT Yahndro. Second Bow f t WaTters, DiDorninick, Bobin , nett, T., Beers, Lotz, Eno, Bn Back Bow 1 Swan, ., Brown, WoXte, Yrayne, Santoro, ., acci, 1-wick, B., Swinehart, LiTTa, Anderson, Shnster, Bhinehart, L., jorgensen, Arnidon, hrnitt, Wiikes, Barrett, Tirnrnons, Agneiio, , arr, Lawrence, Green, Sage, Beese, Turket , fCosentino, Sinicropi, L., Barney, Kane Ben was, Young. Worrnuth, Maioney, Andrews, Sc Tanghe, Sinicropi, M., Pezznio, M Bennett, B., HaXTy, Bobensky. Front Bow Swan, S., Zwick, Benney, Best, Sarrett, Chngerrnan, Ho 'L' , Tp, A... Seman, Smith, L., Christo E G , Tonx, as Ybtten, Second Van CXee , . beh Andre , Messecar. Carne Yomxrd, Swinehart, Kirk, Dnpignac, Van Cheei, M., Wihiams, Weaver. Third Bow I Stuck, Camp , sch Green, Huff, Disinger, Bones, F., Anndon, H., Tnrkett, Koch, Erantz, Burdess, Bhxisdeh, WheeXer, sr n Hibbard, Chrnker, Morehouse, Baker, Monkon Yahxndro. Parish, Yeo, Lohr, tra Caraccno, Eno, S., Parker, Magjrh, Dau , McNahe, Carpenter, W - Kane, Van Hor , Burke, Hohiekier, Back Bow f Caro Anne , rn Dntten, Cornpson, Front Bo eg Brown, Fiorehi, Ca , pher, Bates, Cunninha , Bow 1 Hartman, Zona, Updyke, LaB0nr, Van Houten, Hohand, Henk, Page, AnKi50n, T., McComb, M., Wnson, Sanres, Wnson, Seronw rw W., 5- XT x R .M fm an 'RW is h W R , A T a as Soup's Oni 5. Convalescing Photographer. I Love That Man! 6. "This is the Way We Wash our Out of Bounds! Clgthegf, How the Girls Envy the Fresh-- Those Beautiful Waves! 36 .- , WW . JZ, fs,-ww . Q rv x. an ,ff-41" ,, 'TE ' 1.-:r'f'f. fb? " ' VL. sf . Jgm. H L Back Row Peone Pannucci Baker Turkett L an Car enter Smith Third Row Ma ill T rrusi Schaertl Ve - 1 3 1 s ym' y ' P s - - g 1 e s ' ' a rgamlnl Bolich, Palumbo, Knapp, Potter, Piscitelli. Second Row - Francheschi, Cherchia, Reardon, Ciovannetti, Marsella First Row - Grinstead, Scialdone, Yates, Moulton. G7 , - , , , H OFFICE y r T .l,, + gala-fsflamh, n 4 MW' ' Yi' L' A llll' Z W' , fi: . it i all f f .- f lllll l'l2S51l9!l1iv"'i ' Si .Em we ' it ' ""X 'Row - Reardon: Giovarmetti ' ' " "ff, f Cherchia. Front Row - Marsella The Student Council this year continued its previous activities by sending convalescent cards, assuming charge of the school March of Dimes campaign, the pencil machine, and the sale of basketball and bus tickets. This last function is one of the outstanding jobs done by the students. It is non-paying and con- sumes both time and effort. Other major activities included helping to sponsor pep rallies, assisting Mr. Wilber with Career Day and keeping the new activity cards up to date. A student supply store for the con- venience of the students was also established. The maintenance of a candy and popcorn store at all games was also an important project. To make new students feel "at homel' a "Big Brother and Big Sisteri' program was set up to welcome each new student to Mynderse. The "Mid-Year Blues," the council dance, and the annual picnic were the only social activities. Since Miss Miller is completing her second year as adviser, Mr. Wilber will hold over as chief adviser for next year. 37 Miss Miller, Mr. wilber Miss O'Brien ADVISER THE 1950 Our Myndersian staff this year was headed by Donna Freeland, as Editor- in-chief. Literary staff members were Mary Ann Bolich, Winifred Colgrove, julia Iorgensen, Helen Magill, Duane Shuster, Barbara Stahl, Frances Ter- rusi, Marie Toni, and Aileen Woods. Barbara Amidon and Clara Ann Batty, Co-Business Managers, were aided by james Brand, Richard Clark, Robert- Cracknell, Richard Dober, Richard Dyson, Carolyn Knight, Lucy Lama, Shirley Meeks, Diana Rossi, Doris Ryan, Carolyn Seman, john Si- nicropi, Edith Smith, and Beverly V reeland. Other staff members included Jerome Dombrowski, Photographic Editor, as- sisted by Theresa Duonolo and Bill Kreutterg Charles Smith, Art Editor, with Carmella Dalessio and Ieanie McBride assisting, Rita Horle and Ioyce Fisher, Head Typists, assisted by Robbie Nell Brown, Patricia Selleck, and Betty jane Woodward. Donna Freeland EDITOR LITERARY, PHOTOCRAPHIC AND ART STAFFS Back Row - Shuster, Dombrowski, Magill, McBride, Woods, Toni, Colgrove, Kreutter, Smith. Front Row - Dalessio, Duonolo, Jorgensen, Freeland, Stahl, Terrusi, Bolich. Charles Smith - ART EDITOR Jerome Dombrowski PHOTOCRAPHIC EDITOR yce Fisher, Rita Horle - HEAD TYPISTS MY DERSI Footsteps in the sands of time was chosen as the theme for our yearbook, and the art work carrying out this theme was done under the direction of Miss Trulan. While some candid shots are student work, most of the photography was done by the Bullock Studios, Sutterby and Son, and Willi- am Brignall. The entire staff has co- operated to show our senior year at Mynderse with its many and colorful phases. To Miss O,Brien, our adviser, goes the twenty-one gun salute, for with- Barbara Amidon Clara Ann Batty BUSINESS MANAGERS out her excellent and inexhaustible aid our book would never have been possible. Her patience and constant guidance are invaluable in the production of this year' book. Our thanks also go to the many others who have helped us to make it a SUCCESS. BUSINESS TYPING STAFFS Back Row - Clark, Cracknell, Knight, Sinicropi, Dyson. Second Row - Ryan, Selleck, Lama, Meeks, Woodward, Rossi, Smith, Vreeland, Brown. Front Row - Dober, Horle, Seman, Amidon, Batty, Fisher, Brand. wav 1950 MICROPHO E Mynderse Michophone, biweekly school paper, began its twenty-second year of publication with many new changes. Foremost was a revision in the makeup of the front page. Although various types of headings could not be used, the extension of news items in the left- hand column beyond the margin was played up. An additional feature was Miss Compitello the paper used for printing. Easily Frances Terrusi ADVISER readable, this high-grade paper, known Mary Arm as magazine stock, was lauded by the students. Short biographies on outstand- ing students in various fields and clubs were featured on page two. Students were also able to voice their opinions on current political and school questions in the poll section. The Microphone staff also underwent a change. Some departments were added and others discarded. A sports editor was chosen to head the sports staff. Because of the increased cost in printing, only twelve issues of the Mynderse Microphone were pub- lished. However, students and advertisers supported the paper well in the subscription campaign. "Mike" reporters know that, although they have a hard time writing their stories, this work is invaluable towards a better knowledge of English and vocabulary. The high rating the Microphone has continued to receive is largely due to the efforts of Miss Compitello, adviser. Despite the fact that there are no jouma- lism classes at Mynderse, the Microphone functions efficiently. Richard Dober - Back Row - Yates, Thorpe, McMillan, Poole, Lyman, DiNatale, Blaisdell, Baker, Fraser, Carpenter, F., Church, Toni, Mar- sella, Franceschi, Bolich, A. Second Row - Magill, H., DeStephano, Oakes, Carroll, Hilbert, Kreutter, Malone, Sarcino, Al- ford, Bove, Wade, Doyle, Williams, Souhan, Kanaley. Front Row - Woods, Marconi, Freeland, Dober, Bolich, M. A., Terrusi, Vergamini, Clark, Knight. Back Row - Ingandello, Nicandri, Mahoney, Bevins, Buck, Kanaly, Eastman, Zona. Third Row - Oakes, Fredenburgh, Tim mons Wade, Keach, Chubb, Reigel, Van Houten. Second Row - Piscitelli, Poole, Church, Franceschi, Manzan, Salone Morehouse, Covert. Front Row - Marsella, Sullivan, Annetta, Yates, Griggs, Murphey, Thorpe, Farney. The Library Club's series of events were started oil with the election of olficers, under the supervision of Miss Compitello. Since the membership had been limited this year, only two new members were ac- cepted. Several club members displayed their co-operative spirit when they were called upon to assemble the books after the library had been painted last summer. The clubis meetings consisted of activities pertaining to the usage of library tools, desk duty, and inventory. This year was highlighted by a Christmas party and the entertaining of the library club from Waterloo on February 9 in the form of a Valentine party to exchange various ideas in connection with each club's activities. The club has a special future project, adding new furnishings to make the library more attractive. 33 . 355 - 1' . ni --pgffg.,'3g:t5 ' ' ',,,lf5j,.f 123jQf"49, ,.,, , , 1 . . '45-i e -1 1 if ' L. if ,ifeuifz f7 5.,,-if , , , ,, ,.,,. .4 . K , .1 V - Ja-L -L.-,ff ng, f-:fill-1 - ,ff'1f.i.'fv -,f-wa?" , f - -f-'. ,,,,:.:,,, :yfsr-an .,, f' w '-: t'-.,f,'.j I ' -f.'i,:-iii"-51 ' Qai- Lrsfa 4, : 141.-! rv x..'i- - r sf 4 ' 4- ,' .T f .,.,- - fit :f -5' 41 f . ,f ,. V "Lui-'fl , " -e ' OFFICERS President - Maria Manzari Vice-President - June Salone Secretary - Dina F ranceschi Treasurer - Barbara Church Adviser - Miss Compitello Standingl- Salone, Manzari. Seated - C urch, Miss Compitello Franceschi. ' . ,a ,Y Back Row - Eighmey, Sinicropi. Terrusi. Lyman, Selleck, Borden, Freeland, Dowen, Murphy, Kreager, Bolich Hibbard Myers. Third Row - Chubb, Bonacci, Mastroleo, Brown, Saracino, Seman. Vona, Clark. Toni. DeStephano, Malone Yeo Magill. Second Row - Carbone, Pioli, Sandy, Francheschi, Peone, Carroll, Brady, Cracknell. First Row - Parks Lombardo Reardon, Marsella, Bolich. OFFICERS President - Eugene Peone Vice-President - Dina Franceschi Secretary - Ioan Carroll Treasurer - Madeline Sandy Adviser - Miss Howes Back Row - Sandy, Miss Howes, Car- roll. Front Row - Francheschi, Peone. Under the efficient direction of Miss Howes, the Wi and Rouge started a suc- cessful year witi the election of oiiicers. In their first enterprise of the year, they com- bined their dramatic talent with that of the junior Chorus for the annual Christ- mas production. Members made worth- while use of their diversified abilities by taking charge of the makeup for the Rotary minstrel show and the Welfare League play in October and by directing the annual spring Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment. It wasn,t all work and no play, how- ever, for the club went to Comell to see professional actors and actresses at work. Then, too, "O'Flanigan,s Shindigf' the gala St. Patrick's day dance, afforded members and their friends a very enjoyable evening. Last on their program was an oldfashioned picnic with all the trimmings. WIG. .ANDRO GE a . 1 ' f ,, QF. -4 -Q 1 '. 'I I inf- -'5' ,tv J--'V ,, ,if ,. "',, -,-.,f..rr' .7 gp ,f 'fi ig,--.3-, .- I if- 'ip Af.i'y,wA,f14-.1 'It , ' 'i " .-. " rl ,u f,' J. V.. . .551-.r .. 1... 'M 42 SE IOR PLAY M. Sandy P av 'f' 9 - dy Barry, SW ,elando Shllsuggzsgllicjglllssher K xmgengen, Lombardo, If dracknell, B0 v 0- Bfady F. gf, ..,v 4, "Presenting Polly," the senior play directed by Miss Howes, centered around Polly Rogers floyce Fisherl and Professor Burton CDick Dysonj. Madeline Sandy and Owen Brady and a good supporting cast supplied the complications. jeff Iordon fVVarren Nugentl, mil' lionaire cowboy, arrived at "Hilarity Housef' where his widowed sweetheart? two daughters and their . boy friends provided riotous situations. Eighmey 'r e. awww Alford, can I OL Mills , N Landbergjglim' Eighm JU IOR Pl Y D. Franclwsclli r ley, C1- anchesclu, Dowfggk, Bonaccii Lind o Back Row-Hubbard Watkins, Shennan, W., DelRusso, R., McComb, I., Warfle, Carpenter B A D Jim, Shuster, D., Shepherd, Malone. Second Row-Seman, Carolyn, Ashbaugh, S., Mills I Knight, C., Carpenter, June, Cline, Mastroleo, Salemo, Parks, J., Doyle, Martin, McComb Marcia. First Row-Pollard, Serling, jim, Agnello, Scialdone, Dowd, Dyson, Clark, Carpenter F., Baker, R., Noyes, Mills, R. MR. JOHN C. FRASER Director The Mynderse Academy Band of 1949-50, under the direction of Mr. Fraser, is the lar est in the history of the school. It has a memiership of approximately seventy students. The band, color- ful in their new uniforms, played at most of the home football games and for the various patriotic and political activities around town. Some of these latter were Flag Day, Decoration Day, and the visits of Mr. Dulles and Senator Lehman. Majorettes twirled at the Waterloo and Canan- daigua football games. The year's activities were highlighted by the annual band concert, April 28, which featured a coronet duet by Richard Dyson and Richard Clark, and a baritone hom solo by Iames Carpen- ter, and the Music Festival at Syracuse Univers- ity, May 12 and 13. The entire band attended the latter. Several veteran members who will be lost by graduation are Richard Clark, Richard Dyson, Thomas Dowd, Louis Fiano, Duane Shuster, james Carpenter, Carolyn Seman, Beverly Vree- land, and Carolyn Knight. 44 0RCllEST Back Row - Mr. Fraser, Director, Dyson, Clark, Car- penter, F., Carpen- ter, I., McNaney, Shepherd, Hub- bard, Knight, Gibbs, Ashbaugh, Mr. Smith. Front Bow - Shuster, arrett, Franken- Eeld, Bennett, Jor- gensen, Fiano, Parks, Smith, Lind, Vreeland, Forshee. 45 Back Row-McNaney, White, McComb, Malcolm, Cosentino, Knight, R., Gibbs, Serling, joel, Sinicropi, Sherman, S., Cafora. Second Row-Carbone, Ashbaugh, N., Sullivan, Shuster, I., Del Russo, I., Bears, Hilbert, Smith, Forshee, Lind, Vreeland, Horle. Front Row-Zwick, Irland, Fraser, Fiano, Lohr, Blaisell, Seman, Chas., Grinstead, Bevins, Baker, W. Mr. Iohn Fraser directs the Mynderse Academy orchestra, consisting of about twenty-five members, chiefly from the senior high-school classes. They serve the school by furnishing music for all the assemblies, school plays and numerous activities of outside organizations. The latter included the Welfare League play this past October. In addition to playing in the school orchestra, a certain number of the group play as a popular dance band under the leadership of Richard Dyson. They are the reorganized "Mynderse Madmenv of past seasons, now known as "The Star Dustersf' RA kgs, Back row-Mackin, Keach, S., Wilson, R., Dair, Keach, I., Rogers Stuck Congdon, Deal, Carella, Lapramado Benassi, Cun- ningham. Fourth row-Ingandello, Struble, j., Taber, Colgrove, Chubb, Lind, ., Salone, Del Russo, Amidon, I. Horle, Aldrich, Reynolds, Peterson, Smith, Lawrence, Parker. Third row-Mitchell, Calland, Dalessio, Deary, Snyder, Wilson, H., Shuster, Bennett, Durnin, Jones, E., Wilson, B., Nugent, Waters. Dunham, Lindsey, Sherman. S. Second row-Hartman, Kimmel, Eastman, Smith, E.. Manzari, Rossi, Lamuraglia. Paulich, Struble, C., Urwin, Fiorelli, L., Brown, Ciovannini, Galgano Martello, Woodward. Fisher, Carbone. M.. Smith, Leeta. First row - Lawrence, Broadbent, Kinney, Buck, Christopher Landberg, Povero, Stahl, Simone, Smith, Wells, Knight, C., Crinstead, Bolich. GLEIE Cl B In the fall over two hundred people re- ported to Mrs. Launderville for Senior Choir, so tryouts were scheduled and one hundred forty-five students were finally accepted. The officers Iohn Povero, presi- dent, Barbara Stahl, vice-president, Wells Smith, treasurer, Nicoletta Simone, secre- tary, were selected next and rehearsals for - the Christmas program on December 15 and 16 started. Success of this program gave us conEdence for the annual Spring Concert on May 18 and 19. Composed Elostly of popular tunes it was a "smash" it. The Varsity Choir is made up of forty of the most accomplished and experienced singers. These sang on March 5 over WGVA, Geneva, as a part of the "Our Town" program. Also at the annual State Competition, this year at Syracuse Univer- sity on May 18 and 19, Mynderse was re- presented by the Varsity Choir. Credit should be given to Mrs. Launder- ville and the pianists, Carolyn Knight, Erik Landberg and Nancy Noyes, who have been important to the success of these groups. MRS. MARTHA LAUNDERVILLE Director of Clee Club 46 'tvs- Baclc row-Decker, Desmond, Beerse, Hubbard, Warfle, Sherman, VV., Rauscher, Ward. Amidon, A., Knapp. Fourth row- White. Staley, Sinicropi, Reardon, Maier. Gibbs, Noyes, Lynch, Keating, jones. P. Third row-Meeks, Kenney, Annetta, Hughes. Soscia. R., Forjone, Ferrara, Mills. Stapleton, Souhan. Second row-Platten, De Nard. Carbone, R., Madigan, Spano, Soscia. N., Holland. Fiorelli, G.. Pollard, Piscitelli, Klandatos, Bears. First row-Malone, Covert, Knight, L., Irland, Faircloth, Sullivan, Peone, Scannell, Turkett, Yeo, Seeley. The fortvseven choristers of the Iunior Clee Club. whose membership comes from the seventh and eighth grades, found it difticult to meet for elections, so functioned with an appointed secretary, Audrey Thatch- er. They sang for both the Christmas program and the Spring Concert. Baclf row-Smith, Shuster, Seman, Reynolds, Pollard, Wormuth, Serling. Moulton, Burke. Fourth row-Ludovico. White, Rohmson, Knight. Brown, Baldasarie, Beerse, Serling, Cosentino, Rhinehart. Twist, Cafaro. Wolfe. Bohenslcy, Thatcher. Third rowjBla1sdell. Disinger, Holland. Carnessi, Sage, Marr, Reese, Lilla, Kaufman. Swinehart. Burtless, Koch. Turkett, Walters. D1D0mmick, Radwav. Second row-Tanghe. Green. Cunningham, Platten, VanHouten, Andreas. McNabb, Sciol- done, Andrews, Seman. Piscitf-lli. Pezzula, Dulton, Meeks, Zwick, Benacci, Jacoby, Harris. First row-Amidon. H.. Annetta, SmCl'0I7x. Youngs, VanHorn. Dupianac. Wilson. James, Hartman, Chalker, Mills, Amidon, T., Rhinehart, W., Palandro, D., McComb, Morehouse, Baker, Del Russo, Weaver. Fatah Back row-Waters, Irland, Bonacci, Pioli, Addona, verzillo, Landberg, Pannucci, Jorgensen. Third row-Livingston, Urqu hart, W., Nugent, Vergamini, Di Natale, Sandy, Williams, Martin. Second row - Calland, Paulich, Reardon, Lockwood Seeley, Klandatos, Conley, C., Conley, E., Urquhart, I., Souhan. Front row - Taber, Staudmyer, Freeland, Jorgensen Kraritz, D'Urso, Lyman, Brown, Fisher. OFFICERS President du Cercle ------ Peter Krantz President du Conseil - - - - john D'Urso Ministre sans Portefeuille - - - james Lyman Minlshe del,ECm'1'e ' ' ' JudYl0fEenSe'1 En devenant membre du Cercle francais les Mininstre du Finances - - Donna Freeland -:F - fi d M d i - Ministre des Programes - - Dee Staudmeyer rancals e W1 erse ,S accolltument mleux Adviser ...... . . . Mrs. Seld a la langue francause et ils recolvent une con- naissance expansible des coutunes de la France. , Les ofiiciers capables elus a la premiere seance Standfyiagiliafffgussfgafnslsfgollronl' de l'annee, sous la conduite de Mme Seld, ont ..w ' mene les membres dans une annee amusante et complete. Le Cercle francais a dirige les danses de midi qui ont commence en automne et ont continue jusqu'au printemps. En fevrier le Cercle a acceulli plusieurs etudiants de Francias I qui ont eprouve une semaine d'initiation. On a celebre leur initiation par une soiree a la Grange, a laquelle les nouveaux membres ont recite quelques parties de la constitution et des regles d'ordre pour les seances. Parmi les activites sociaux du Cercle etaient une soiree du Jour de l'ArInee et le banquet un pique-nique en juin a fait conclure ses activites. lf CERCLE FRA CMS 48 SCIE IIE Cl B With a better understanding of science as their goal, the members of Science Club, under the supervision of Mr. Marshall, performed an ex- cellent piece of work this year. First on the agenda was the election of cap- able oilicers possessing both leadership and ability. New members were admitted to the club bringing the total membership up to eighteen, the limit set by the constitution adopted last year. Voted into the club on the basis of their scientific aptitude, the new members underwent a week of initiation. In addition these initiates were required to give before the club speeches or biographies of famous people in the Held of science. At the meetings the members had discussions and films on scientific subjects. In November, two of the members, John Brown and Owen Brady, made a model electric motor and demon- strated it at a later meeting. The picnic climaxing the year was held at Cayuga Lake State Park in June. Standing-Cammuso, Sinicropi. Seated-Ashley, Mr. Marshall, DeStefano. OFFICERS President ------- John Sinicropi Vice-President ---- Francis Carnmuso Secretary - - - - Mary Ann Ashley Treasurer - - - Phyllis Destefano Adviser - - - - Mr. Marshall Back row-Bolich, Brown, Brady. Front row-Wilson, Capleton, Lamuraglia, Bove, Turkett, Pitrella, Ashley, Reardon, Barrett, Sisson, Huden. Cammuso, Sinicropig DeStefano, ACANTHUS risen, S ofge nQl0 v . , P ' A df eerse KygntZ,5K3YMcBrxde. n X B 3 leSSl0 ,Scmmel , Da Back row Du0 X row' V lla- Ffon. amd PM ws. Lama' Acanthus, directed by Miss Trulan, has the following 0Hicers: Anna Marie Andreas, presidentg james Brand, vice-presidentg Lucy Lama, secretaryg and David Beerse, treasurer. Its members made posters for National Art Week, entered the National Scholastic Art Contest and sponsored Christmas art work on homeroom doors. JUNIUR ACANTHUS iso . F1095 - ck. Dmomuu mess, , MINS Cosgntigakgrpi, L., Frantz , , , F-, 'gwis " R4 enter, Begin Koch, Kreagerv E., CKY? L van weaver, n, . 1 -- r, Back row'Svf:,w'MCC0m Dlsmge Organized this year to meet the enthusiastic art interests, the junior High Art Club was formed under the supervision of Miss Trulan with the following officers: Louis Sinicropi, presidentg Ellen Swan, vice-presidentg Elizabeth Koch, secretary, and Robert Millis, treasurer. Acitvities included painting stage sets and decorating book covers. Back Sw '0WeAd ' any E-, Adv,Zgf'MMrs, Wilson 111,025 laughs, Mlshlith, W With Mrs. Wilson as their new adviser, the junior Red Cross elected the following officers: president, Walter Smith, vice-president, David Beerseg secretary, Barbara Stuck, and treasurer, Mary Louise Knight. Membership was again maintained at 100W in Myn- derse. Scrapbooks for the Canandaigua Veterans' Hospital were the project of the year. .IUNIUR RED CRUSS Sfruble -1Ifme.F " Reynold , ,J., Mccomgofjf Elvxlniingflfrgigf, M C01 ., 0 , 4 , D . mn grov eal, Wedge, Egeggovgk fi Msilfland, 1 , Il, E., Back ro w.ye0 E SHUPP. Fronfiglffrson, Blaisd H xAdViSe1- e , Mr. B " Deck Sponsored by Mr. Becker, Camera Club this year pursued further its purpose to stimulate interest in photography. Lectures by professional photographers, and slides and movies on their hobby were enjoyed. The 1950 oflicers were: Anthony Marconi, president, James Romeo, vice- president, Patricia Paulich, secretary, and Har- old Blaisdell, treasurer. . 6 k .el C. Dalessw. l51aE1IYVgSog1l:lg3gIiC50n,PM,. Sipo " aiHes, of auf S: C lc Un h' Marcontgdon, A., GAMER ClUB new Platten, Dunham, Kimmel, Bennett, Amidon, Meeks, Broadbent, Buck, Hartman, Meeks. OFFICERS President Barbara Amidon Vice-President Helen Hartman Secretary Barbara Bennett Treasurer Virginia Buck Adviser Miss Cardwell Standing-Buck, Amidon. Seated- Bennett, Miss Cardwell, Hartman. I-'3""7vf:1' 4' ' if fit Ax Hearth Club began the school year by holding a tea in September for the purpose of getting acquainted with other girls of the high-school homemaking classes. New club members, select- ed from this group, were initiated in November, Throughout the year Hearth Club sought to give valuable experience in social background to its members by practical demonstration and briefings by Miss Cardwell. The girls gained much experience in food work by assisting with the Career Day luncheon on November eighteenth. A Valentine party was enjoyed on February sixteenth by all members. Games were played and valentines exchanged. During Eastertime the club held its annual formal supper dance in the Homemaking Center for members and their guests. Other activities of the club included: discussions on home care and improvement, various sewing projects, and the baking of cookies for various local functions. The girls demonstrated their culinary skills at their annual picnic in June when each one prepared a dish for the party. HEARTH CLUB 52 is -M, 1 M ww . v 'B M. H 'Ma Y Yi: pu. 4 I 52 ,-5? pw. wg Y- qqgqm-mozovfmw -I-""'-5 ,Hx-rr -' I ajxczfe 1-.A F if E Q E 1 1 5 sl, HL? x i 141456 1 I 3. L 1 DINA FRANCESCHK H BF-V VREEL-ANU ANN DEPASQUALE M E Y' nom E101-LAND MARS WEAEEIEER V is M i xg E, 1 ,,, ,, b ANNA Lone-moo mama wsu. Bmwu MARY A. ASHLEY E . CHEERLEADERS Back row-Rogers, Yeo, K., Sipos, Ellison, Lopomardo, Brunskill, Bianchi, Vergamini, Shepherd, Baker, Irland, Meyers Third row-Coach Cooley, Coach Masterson, Hubbard, Gamsey. Giovannetti, B., Caraccilo, D., Lorenzetti, Carrello. Shaertl Povero, Verzillo, Coach Bourdon, Bove. Second row-Smith, B., Fiano, Knight, Knapp, Calgano, Russo, A., Ciovannetti R Staudmeyer. Sinicropi, Reardon, Palumbo. First row-Lyrnan, Addona, Russo, I., Peone, R., Frappolli, Dowen, Pannucci Peone, E., Olsowske, LaHer, Saracino, Hibbard, L. Masterson, Cooley, Coaches, Lyman, Mgr. Russo, Capt., Bourdon, Coach Captain Tony Russo led the team through an eight game schedule in which the "Blue Devilsv won 3, tied 1, and lost 4. The opening games, Baldwinsville lost 6-0, and Palmyra was defeated by a 31-0 score. Then came a three game losing streak in which Holy Family won 16-0, Penn Yan came out on top 24-7, and in the only night Same, Clyde won by a 25-12 score. The tide of efeats was momentarily halted when Lyons was defeated 25-0, but St. Francis De Sales added another defeat, by winning, 3-6. The Hnal game, that annual classic between Mynderse Academy and Waterloo High School, ended in an 0-0 deadlock score which has been made three times in the ast Eve years. The head coach was Mr. Cooley, with able assistance from Mr. Bourdon and Mr. Master- son. Four members of the starting lineup will be lost by graduation: Reardon. Knapp, Tony Russo, and Benny Giovannetti. f B SKETB ll The Mynderse "Blue Devilsf, coached by Mr. Stanley Marshall, had a record of twelve losses and four victories. The squad showed good team work under the leadership of Captain Eugene Staley who was high scorer for the team with one hundred eighty-nine points. He was also chosen for the All-Star Team, made up of players from teams in the Tri-County League. Seniors on the varsity include besides Staley, john Sinicropi and Bill Hughes, which leaves a nucleus of Giovannetti Hubbard Kni ht Sara- , S , cino, and Schaertl, for riext yearis squad. SEASON'S SCORES Holy Family 52,47 Mynderse 21,39 Smith, Mgni Maghall, Coachi Perm Yan 38,67 Mynderse 35,45 sta ev, apt' Lyons 39,47 Mynderse 42,48 Watefloo 37,42 Myngerse 34,53 f I DeSa es 40,45 Myn erse 38,41 1 , -f' ' S Geneva 54,57 Mynderse 41,36 -Q ' 2 H V Newark 54,57 Mynderse 43,42 ' ' A , .. - W , .53 35" Canandaigua 42 Mynderse 37 ,fi Z ' 7 . 1 V A ,T 1 f Q, 4 c 1 ' , ' f ,, 'g3jfi5.fT' ' , f . Standing-Knapp, Knight, Hughes, Hubbard, Saracino, Ciovannetti, Schaertl, Sinicropi. F ront-Staley. J. V. BASKETB ll ix gn-nu 1949 SCORES 1 jV,s 27 Holy Family 14 - IV's 39 Penn Yan 21 jV's 16 Lyons 45 IV,s 23 Waterloo 33 IV's 50 Desales 32 jV's 19 Geneva 28 IV's 22 Newark 34 jV's 18 Canandaigua 26 IV,s 27 Penn Yan 33 jV's 28 Lyons 38 jV's 32 Waterloo 26 JV's 55 DeSales 27 IV's 46 Holy Family 21 jV's 28 Geneva 37 jV,s 27 Newark 39 N' . .v w ' Q- Standing-Pannucci, Gamsey, Olsowske, Palumbo, Lorenzetti, Eno, Cherchia, Dowen, Carello. Front Row-Marshall, Coachg Caraccilo, Rogers, Smith, Hibbard, Lyman, Brunskill. The Jay-Vee basketball squad showed a six win and nine loss record, finishing their season with a total of 456 points as compared to their opponents' 454. jim Palumbo was high scorer with 105 points, while Bill Olsowske and Cy Carnsey showed marked improvement in play during the season. By keeping the squad open for the F rosh and Soph, only, Mr. Marshall has enabled more boys to play on the Jay-Vee team and thus gain valuable experience for a future varsity. TENNIS The 1949 tennis team played eight matches with Waterloo, Canandaigua, Penn Yan and Geneva. The Varsity, composed of many new members, met with defeat in each match. However, instructor Wallace Smith be- lieves the Varsity will improve because of the promising abilities of the newly organized junior High tennis team, which will act as a feeder of material to the varsity. ini -fnzxmf 2774, ' fu' .. .f ' Standing-Seitz, Deming, Pratt. Front Row-Landberg, Smith, Forshee. Back row-Lyman, james, Lyman, jerry, DelRusso, Freeland, Staudmyer, Odell, Rutz, Hubbard, Mackey, Capacci, Bennett, Marshall, Coach. Middle Row-Cunningham, Dombmwski, Irish, Knight, Schaertl, Carpenter. Front Row- Povero, Vergamini, Reardon, Knipper, Hibbard, Bauso. M, .,,,... ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....:wr.. -- ga- A ,, . . ..,,. ,J W N km ,fa V. a J' .,, , , ,,-',-,,-Q.---' 1 qi -ff.: e, .ff .- v '--.f-ae, k ,. 1 41i',',,"'f i""'1v'T,":2.'?"' ff'-'r " . 7' . "gr'.T'a. 'wir' Airmail 2'?Tra,,?f"'fW" " ' -' "'-"' '- - l - -3 '5 " 1. I ll"- 5'-'f , 4255,-5:12 ' 3,-if,.J.w..:,,,L'..f..faQf.v.m.'5,..........-...fM-,.-Q-, . ..,-:-:maf..v1.:4:.,fm'.:,..- :gf - --kara-fm-.v..:.:.Qa...e,g,"" A 4. The three-year old track team of 1949 ended a successful season in spite of its small squad. The season in- cluded four dual meets, the Geneva Relay Carnival, the Conference meet at Canandaigua and participation by Capacci, Knipper, Freeland, Mackey, and Hubbard in the Section V meet at Rochester. The three high- est point men of the year were Capacci. Freeland and Hubbard. Trackmen lost by graduation were Rutz, Capacci, Odell, Freeland, Mackey, DelRusso and Knipper. Coach Marshall is getting enthusiastic response from the student body in this revival of track as a sport at Mynderse. f,5sQ,? r ,P f' :. 'iw-...,,.,. , "fl, X ' Q -.1nn"7'f':1""""'?if-.1a.r--was-1-.1--a-w-u-Aw-fu'-f-ffP"f'S""k""'9''7'LA"-:fm5'L'n"""'ll5l'1l7!:ll?:a,,?,:r!'T-: '. , L fi! '-ff-, .Mg f ,w,,.y M " ' ,N ', . .AW-:-.,f"',gfi ' ' -,frrf,,.,a five- Q ' L.f.",,,. Arg: g .L' n Q''4i"'Q?"i1-'-:?Q,5,p3.g4i1a'v,g:e,5LT""l',5 '4,7"'i.', Q' ' YLLQA-Aff' ww -f-, w..-:--its-uc-vfQ'n.4l f-'4-1-'-'M-ul.mil'-A'.F6.L1i',e-ff-v'-'-f'1-1-'-""-+v""""""'v 6 1949 SCORES ' Geneva 52 Mynderse 51 Penn Yan 57 Mynderse 46 Canandaigua 55 Mynderse 48 Waterloo 43 Mynderse 60 Meets: Geneva Kiwanis Relay Carnival, Mynderse took second place, Finger Lakes Conference, Mynderse took third place. an . 7 Lyman, Managerg Marshall, Coach, Cherchia, Manager. 59 A Coach Masterson, Caraccilo, Capt.,,1f '-'ixxggx Nl. Beerse, Mgr. .f' ru I MZ' .592 ' ,my ,qw f 1 fi?" YF 5 ,ASK v . 'W - Q ,. BASEB ll Although the 1949 baseball season showed a three win and eight loss record, Coach Canale was satisfied with the results, because the boys showed the "eternal try" and the resolution to do better. The teamis avenging their 21-3 defeat by Penn Yan, to come back 8-3 was outstanding. There are other interesting facts, too. The team batting average of .250, the .300 plus averages of Lemma, Hartman, and Paradise, and .250 plus averages of eight more players are significant. Also, Hartman's unassisted triple play against Geneva was outstanding. The eight hold-overs for 1950 include Caraccilo, Knapp, Hughes, Dowen, Carello, Sinicropi, Staley, and Garnsey. Mr. Masterson will coach the 1950 team. 1949 SCORES Mynderse DeSales 14 Mynderse Canandaigua 26 Mynderse Holy Family 8 Mynderse Penn Yan 21 ' Mynderse Geneva 20 'R Mynderse Waterloo 23 ' Mynderse DeSales 5 - Mynderse Canandaigua 10 , Mynderse Geneva 15 Mynderse Holy Family O Mynderse Penn Yan 3 Mynderse Waterloo 17 Mynderse Holy Family 18 Back Row-Coach Canale, Sandroni, Giovannini, Sinicropi, Paradise, Garnsey, Caraccilo, D., Wedge. Middle Row Weart Knapp, Staley, Frano, Dowen, Hughes. Front Row-Hartman, Noble, Lemma, Ciovannetti, R., Carrello. - .ng .., 51, 5 - . H , r r,,L as L A ' , is ,K 3,4 QQ 5 , A f h fm I K. K . ' 2, 5 , 1 J -gh WN, F K ' f , an 5' A . V 1- , ,A , sf ,lf As' svfvsiff, K ig. ., if ,,A Q, N its ii -ville , . A ' or .2 -zt -1 - QL1' ,,Al, mm ' fo QP' T y i C+ igf fl ,',, V ff, E H I , i yy A a L . ' . LLZL , i QQ' 1- . ,ggi ll. - ,Q . , i . 1 IS 0 . Ki f -klrf-. ' - 1. V kr , .W ' I . ia? wx, ei. f l is , ' eff.. . Ceo . fr . if. rr 3 1' 'rf is ,Er K Q, 11 , X W' I 43. f T W Q ' if J' . if . . is S W 33,6 ,ga 4 'bww f X :iw Y if' .1 U - 1 f, E ' -,V ,- - . - . X :WTYTW we .Ls Ox' ' U mf'2k. ,1','k ii ' F . 5 , idei 1 Activities of the Block M began with the initiation of new members. each year more rigorous standards have been added to the membership requirements. The election of oflicers was next on the program. Those who were elected were Bruce Knapp as president, Tony Russo, vice-president, jerry Schaertl, secretary, and Dick Ciovannetti, treasurer. The club's constitution was revised and typed copies were made. Black M has been very active this year in promoting good sportsmanship and interesting athletic ac- tivities. Football programs were issued at the games, and programs for basketball games were introduced. A basketball game for the benefit of the "March of Dimesi' was played between Block M members and the faculty. The victory by the faculty proved that age is not a hindrance to ability. The activities of the Block M were completed with the annual picnic in June. Bl0CK M ,., .fa , T ,. be p 5 t sty. i .i ioi ' 1 oel i ' i ff f 1 B 6 in i 1. .... t . .... . - t ,, g .. f.,, ,rkL,y K. . 2 . . 7 i 7 i ,- . ..,, S ii. . ,, , fi iiii ,,, "it et.t ' ' rv s 7 p . ,, , , ., , .m ek I 1 Z ' ,,,. GIRLS' THLETIII ASSUCIATIIIN The girls ended the first semester with a Christmas party for the members. On March 4, a basketball playday was held with Waterloois G. A. A. Another basket- ball game for charity was sponsored by this group and the faculty. Other winter activities were a sleigh ride on March 11 and later, an ice skating party. On March 24, the G. A. A. held a Sports Night for all the girls in school. The exhibition showed a cross section of the training given in gym classes throughout the year. The annual dance in the gym in May and the picnic at the lake closed the year of diversified sport and social activities under the capable direction of Miss Ann Driscoll. This organization is composed of thirty' four members selected on the basis of sportsmanship, ability, cooperation, scholarship and participation in sport activities. Fall elections resulted in the following officers: president, Anne DePasqualeg vice-president, janet Oakes, secretary Jane Poole, and treasurer, Nicoletta Simone. The first half hour of each meet- ing was devoted to business affairs, while the remaining time was spent in recreational games. The initiation held at Stanton School was followed by a swimming party at Geneva. 1. Gigliotti 2. Annetta 3. Ashley 4. Nicandri 5.Mastroleo 6. Manzari 7. Morehouse 8. Terrusi 9. Thorpe 10. Doyle 11. Hughes 12. McMillan 13.Kanaley 14. Covert 15. Simone 16. Meeks 17. Brown 18. Church 19. Klandatos 20. Lom- bardo 21, Poole 22. Marsella 23. Hartman 24. Kenny 24. Rossi 26. De Pasquale 27. Miss Driscoll 28. Oakes 29. Lamuraglia 30. Jones 31. Gibbs 32. Keating 33. Mackin 34. Yates. 13 .p I I, ..., p . ... 5 -A-. 4.-fiaw g . fif 'V f' 11,4 z Skfy,:2J'ge?f1r:,.w, Q' 1:-1.:..w.w fzffm H1 ., XA x w 5 4, .1 ,-.. ,1k,,.,- f- ,- I Q . 2 R if 'rw 'iw iw any 44 P+ Q3 I X mg aff, A Kama SPURTS Basketball had the largest turnout, but bowling, a relatively new intramural, had ninety girls taking part. Volleyball, tum- bling, tennis and baseball finished a well- rounded program. BASKETBALL ARCHERY Carroll, Annetta, Fiorelli, Lamurailia, Gibbs, Lind, Covert, Spano, Mee . BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Back row-Ashley, Lilla, Conley, E., Conley Reese, Marr, Walters. MIXED SPORTS Annette Ferrara, Meeks, Hughes, B., Poole, Buck, Dunham, Hartman. 65 K., Marrapese, DeStefano, Franceschi, Second- Meeks, Swan, Swinehart, Baldasarie, Front- VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS Back Row-Knight, Hubbard, Irish. Front Row -D'Urso, Giovannetti, Dowen, Kregger BOWLING TEAM Back Row-Mr. Reed, Adviser, Brady Campbell, Bove, Salone, Bianchi Desmond, Scannell, Frappoli, Yeo Front Row - Urwin, Bilia, Loder, Peone, Wilson, Laude, Fraser, Kreg- Ser. J" 4 B ,, TUMBLINC Carello, Frappoli, Smith, Decker, Wilson, Reardon, Dowen. 66 BUYS' Variety was the theme of the 1949-50 boys' intramural program under the able direc- tion of Mr. Cooley. A well4rounded list of activities was enthusiastically supported by both junior and senior high boys. PINCPONC Pannucci, Iovino SPURTS Sports included the following: touch'foot- ball, volleyball, ping-pong, bsketball, soft- ball, bowling, and tumbling. This spring marked the revival of track as an intra- mural sport. JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL Back Row-Houck, Williams, Rice. Middle Row-Iudeit, Eno, VanCleef. Front Row - Swinehart, McBride, Famey. TOUCH FOOTBALL Russo. Front Row-Amidon, Kane Jorgensen. Smith, L., Reardon, Carello, Smith, W., Decker, Stuck, Wilson, Petersen. Back Row-Jarrett, Cosentino, Del- 5 Wi JQEQ COIYIIQEIYI ell ij of f7Ae BOARD OF EDUCATION SENECA FALLS, N. Y. cff GEB AND GARVAN H 70 Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK Complimenis of THE STATE BANK OF SENECA FALLS, N. Y. PIC 113 Years of Banking Service Compliments Of PUTNEY PHARMACY Corner State and Fall 19? Phone 330 OPEN 9 A.M.-10 P.M. HA, K aiser-F razer CThe Cars of To-morrow, To-dayj Compliments BEST WISHES Of THE CANOGA VOLUNTEER T0 FIREMEN, INC. and 1 AUXILIARY 6 'DI K-B MOTOR CO. Compliments of Goulds Pumps, Inc. SENECA FALLS, N. Y. O WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURER 0F PUMPS EXCLUSIVELY 72 Best Wishes to The CLASS OF '50 DITOTTO, FLORIST SQ Artistic and Modern Flower Arranging Delivery Anywhere Success io THE CLASS OF 1950 Lyle D. Van Gorder VAN GORDER PHARMACY This store has been the school supply headquarters for Mynderse Academy pupils for many years. Your Patronage Is Greatly Appreciated Gifts for the Graduate Greeting Cards for all Occasions THE BOOKSTORE SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Cf""f'fl"""'f of "SHANNON'S" C O O L E Y r S Outfitters to Mynderse WALLPAPER AND PAINT Men STORE 34 Fall Street Phone 226-M BEST WISHES TO Jluz Lflau n 1950 Good Luck from I WARD,S CANDY SHOP Q 49 Fall Street Ice Cream-"Deliciously Different" Candy-"We Make It" FOUNTAIN SERVICE Shaunonls Clothes Shop Lovely Fashions- for the Junior Miss H A D L E Y 'S Z dv H A R D WA R E a.s-1 sun sneer 1 1 greefingd fo 6acL ant! gwryone of you SPORTING GOODS WM. Phone 12, Seneca Falls, N. Y Complimenls of Taylor Mnlur En. 21 State Street SENECA FALLS, N. Y. E33 DODGE PLYMOUTH Dodge J ob-Rated Trucks MEYER FLOWER SHOP 146 Fall Street "Say It W ilh Flowers Say It With Ours" Phone 991 Stubbs Lumber Co.', Inc. Johns-Manville Service Center 9 27 STATE ST. SENECA FALLS, N. Y. MODERN DESIGNING CORSAGES .S7am!er5on 8' me Jdngefo, jforidf FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 32M State Street Seneca Falls Tel. 952 - 360 Geneva 2216 WEDDING BOUQUETS FUNERAL WORK Compliments of PURE ICE AND COAL CO. LUMBER and BUILDING Besl Wishes ANDREW L. SIPOS SUPPLIES Compliments camphmenb of of PETER M. DORAN WM. H. BRIGNALL 0 FURNITURE Photographer FUNERAL DIRECTOR Cgmpliments From the girls in the "BLUE DODGEM Uf SENECA FALLS POLICE DEPARTMENT Clara Aileen Barb Madeline Bev N ancie Alice Frances Compliments of HTHE PENN YSAVERH Compliments of THE CARIBOU Fine Foods Legal Beverages Your best advertising medium Phone 49 Stevenson St' 878-J Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS, INC. TELEVISION PICTURE TUBE PLANT SENECA FALLS, N. Y. 76 COInPAh'lellt5 0 WESTCOTT RULE CO. 433 WHEN IN NEED OF Furniture, Floor Coverings or Draperies Try Wait's First Also Complete Decorative Service The H. R. WAIT CO. Auburn's Largest, Most Completely Stocked and Best Equipped Home Furnishing Establishment 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 'Y' John Bellardino, Inc 4' Compliments Of PHILLIPS JEWELERS Strand Theater Building 77 Compliments of 00YNE'S F000 STORE QUALITY MEATS AND GROCEBIES Congratulations to the Class of 1950 Congralulations and Success lo Build the Right Way THE CLASS OF BOB WRIGHT 1950 Post Oflice Box 383 '0' Seneca Falls, N. Y. W. H. BURNS Shop 7 Chestnut St Compliments of LT. CYRUS GARNSEY 3rd POST N0. 1323 LADIES' AUXILIARY and AFFILIATED DEPARTMENTS 78 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INTERNATIONAL TRUCK FRED L. HUNTINGTON, Inc. MODERN GARAGE NOBLE,S DAIRY O C0lllfIAln9Ilt5 of Grade A PASTEURIZED MILK Dr. Milo H. Sahler Homogeuized Phone 484-W Congrafufafiond fo .7Le CEM of 1950 MAY THE GOOD LUCK THAT BROUGHT YOU THROUGH TO GRADUATION BE WITH YOU ALWAYS 'ki' KIRK-CASEY POST No. 366 AMERICAN LEGION 79 For Fine Jewelry C ' . Omphments Roblnette - Jeweler Of WELLS W. PERKINS 0 . lnfllcfs Fllf 'Hill QUALITY FOODS V! -RQYT.-1 1 4, 'f SHN NAS JESSICA... 17 jewels. 14K . natural or white gold. COMPLIMENTS Seneca Iinittinq Mills En., Inc. 33261 80 Congratulations to the Members of the 1950 Class of Mynderse Academy The Seneca Falls Savings Bank Seneca Falls, New York Caruso's I. G. A. Super Markets Quality Meats and Groceries Congratulations to the Class of T50 Telephone 491 25 Bridge Street Telephone 1075 50 E. Bayard Street Telephone 121 22 Daniels Street Compliments of SENECA PRESS PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated Y DISTINCTIVE PRINTING AND HALLMARK GREETING CARDS COMPLIMENTS OF SHEHIIJAN IJII. IIUMPANY Distributors of Atlantic Petroleum Products CONRAD SABATINI DRY CLEANING and TAILORING 0 Phone 275-J CGDIPAMCBB of H. W. Knight Q Son Inc. SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Best Wishes to the Class of 1950 W. T. GRANT 87 FALL STREET MASTEN SUPPLY CO. FARM EQUIPMENT HOME APPLIANCES Kingdom Bridge and 102 Fall St. Phones Compliments of F R E D R 0 N D I N A Complirnenls FURNITURE STORE if Quality Furniture at Lowest Prices 0 G E APPLIANCES Robert J. Howland, D.D.S. TELEVISION 56-66 State St. Auburn, N. Y CLIPPER-CRAFT SMITH AND PEARSON, Inc. HA1jgwgC151IfX1gg5yER Sm 1870 Universit St le Clothes HARDWARE - y y Wholesale-Retail DOWD-LEO'S 127 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. Plumbing and Heating Milling Supplies SENECA FALLS HAS EVERYTHING .nr CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC 'A' if SENECA MOTOR CO. 83 BEACON FEEDS AND BEACON SERVICE The Standard of Comparison In every field of endeavor, there is one product that stands out in the crowd. That product, be it a car, a piece of furniture, or a bag of feed, usual- ly stands out because of extra quality that is built into it. Beacon Feeds are recognized throughout the Northeast as a QUALITY product. The quality has to he there, because Beacon uses only the finest ingredients obtainable and compounds them in such a way that the ration will meet the proven re- quirements of the livestock to which it is fed. Every alert livestock producer knows that you can't figure profits on what feeds cost-you must figure them on what feeds return. Beacon Feeds can dc- finitely help any farmer get better results and bigger profits with complete safety and full economy. YOU DON'T SAVE MONEY-YOU MAKE MONEY WITH BEACON FEEDS The Beacon Milling Company, Inc. Eastport,.L.I. - CAYUGA, N. Y. - York, Penna. A Complete Stock of McGregor Sportswear for Men SLACKS SPORT SHIRTS SENECA FALLS SALES CO. Incorporated JACKETS SWEATERS "Ford Dealers Since 1927, HEGBERTSN A b FORD and MERCURY , u um Sales and Service Arrow Shuts Stetson Hats Hickey-Freeman Cl0theS 126 Fall st. Phone 24 Interwoven Hose "Keep An Eye On Your Eyes" Compliments M. W. SCHULMAN of Optometrist D O Y L E 81 M I D E Y Phone 799 Above A Q P W 84 Compliments B E S T W I S H E S of fo the THE ROTARY CLUB C L A S S 0 F 1 9 5 0 Comfhmenla of A Crayton's Drug Store U WILLIAM D. ROYCE Insurance Q RealEstate Comphmenfd of SENECA FALLS MACHINE C0. Ain 85 GAY 8: SON AGENCY Insurance Experts 191' Strand Theater Building Seneca Falls, N. Y. Fred Maier 81 Sons Building Materials Blue Coal Glass Building Blocks Pre-Fabricated Houses 193-195 FALL STREET Phone 2 Compliments of N U H N ' S Gulf Service Station 20 Cayuga Street Compliments of SENECA NOVELTY CO. Incorporated Manufacturers of SENCO School Rulers Seneca Falls, N. Y. BASTIAN BROS. C0. ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Manufacturers of HIGH SCHOOL and COLLEGE PINS and RINGS ENGRAVED COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS and PERSONAL CARDS Rochester, New York George Killip District Manager 0 In C IQAHQQIIEJ of B RO TA N 7 S Quality Clothiers Since 1925 60IllPAIIlEllt5 of SENECA FALLS DRY CLEANING Sulli van's Candy Store DAGGETT'S CANDY d C O M PA N Y MILK SHAKES PHONE 246 Compliments of li THE LOYAL ORDER OF c"""' """"' THE MOOSE LODGE NO. 544 SENECA FOOD MARKET S eca Falls, N. Y 60lflPAl1l-PIIL4 D! The SENECA COUNTY TRUST CO. SENECA FALLS NEW YORK Our Ury Mu widlld Ar gonfinuaf Succaaa fo you THE CLASS OF 1950 19' Norma's Beauty Salon Phone 349 118 Fall St. Comphmenfa of W'illiam J. Malone, D.D.S. Jockey Underwear Men's and Boyls Fine Clothing Champ Hats CARNEVALE'S MEN'S SHOP 113-115 Fall Street Phone 51-W SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Compliments of M 0 R E H 0 U S E 'S RESTAURANT, BOAT LIVERY, AND BOAT BUILDING Lake Road 88 Complimenls of SINICROPPS RED AND WHITE FOOD STORE Congratulations Class of 1950 18 Rumsey St. Phone 300 LEO T. LACEY Plumbing and Heating Contractor Compliments of STEWART'S RESTAURANT Ofllcez 200 East Williams St. Waterloo, N. Y. 69 Fall Street Seneca Falls, New York 5611003 Falls, N- Y- Telephnne 226-R Shop: 34 West Bayard St. A FRIEND 89 S A N D E R S O N 7 Funeral Directors AMBULANCE SERVICE l329 Phone 360 Compliments of PETE AND FRANK' S RESTAURANT Bridge Street Under New Management FRANK KUKIELA HARRIS HOME and AUTO SUPPLY Tires, Batteries, Recapping Repairing GOODYEAR TIRES and TUBES STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS O SENECA CLOTHING COMPANY Seneca Falls, N. Y. O FREEMAN SHOES INTERWOVEN SOCKS 6ongrafufafion6 fo Me C4144 of 1950 Byron A. Vreeland Heating and Plumbing Compgmcnb of SENECA FALLS REVEILLE T H E G I D E 0 N S C,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,, of INTERNATIONAL A Chrislgzgollaiiziss Mmm Geneva Camp Frank Zona 81 Sons 100 La Fayette Ave. Tailors Cleaners congratulates the Senior Class and wishes them G0d's richest blessings on Life's ath. We are Pressers now giving copies of the New 'lpestament to the Youth of A er'c D d y g li y Lrs? - COIN-PAIIIBIIIJ C 0 Ofn-Pklflell-i5 0 S. M. S. I NEIL MCCLYMONT eongrafufafiond fo fLe WZIYILBFJ 0 the 66154 of WynJel'6e .Z4CaJel'ny Red Jacket Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary Cayuga Lake CHEERLEADERS Comphmenfa of ROBBIE MARY ANN BRIDGET ANNIE BEV TORCHY . ANNE LEETA CHARLEY South Slde DINA JANE BETTY Sandwich Shop MARGIE DONNA THEBESA NONA Mal males Cfaaa of 50 Finger Lakes Sporting Goods Co. Joe and Jim Sinicropi High School Fellows If you want Beal Quality Clothes- Suits, Slacks, Sport Out-fits-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- COME T0 MARS HAL L'S Clothing Store 0 131 GENESEE STREET 160FllS. S F'll,N.Y. a t Cueca J S Auburrfs Leading Slore Tcl- 1056 for Men and Boys EVERYTHING . . . FOR SPORTS l GOIMPAIH ell t5 J. Souhan and Sons Dairy Phone 591-W Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1950 KIWANIS CLUB Compliments of WILLIS C. LAY General Contractor Seneca Falls, N. Y. Phone 669-J-1 C Z, i Your Local Market Basket Omp lmen S Fine Food Store of the SENECA FALLS FIREMENfS ASSOCIATION, INC. if There is no finer place to live than the good old U. S. A. Congratulations to the Class of 1950 SIC THE BULLOCK STUDIO SAMMY'S BARBER SHOP 29 State Street Opposite Post Office THE BONNETT SHOPPE Fine Clothes for Fine Women 103 Fall St. Seneca F BYRNE FUNERAL HOME East Bayard Street alls E. C. GIUSTI AND SON Expert Watch and Clock Repair Compliments of PAGANO'S GARAGE Fayette, N. Y. Compliments of KINGDOM INN Kingdom Bridge Phone 1089 JERRY MANZARI Contractor-Mason Work 22 Haigh St. Tel. 896-M Compliments of PHILIP SERLING HARRY F. ALLEN AND COMPANY Fine Footwear 144 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. CONNOLLY'S Women's and Children's Apparel 61 Fall Street Seneca Falls, N. Y. Phone 50-W Compliments of OWNEY9S GRILL .IULIANA I nfants' and Children's Center K'Tops for Teens" 136 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. Phone 1098-.l FROM A FRIEND Compliments of GLANVILLE AND WERNER, INC. .IOHN'S SERVICE STATION 6 Cayuga St. Phone 759 Compliments of PAUL B. MORGANTI Compliments of MRS. RUTH M. ARMITAGE 2 Terrace Row RALPH CAFARO Leader in Shoe Repairing Compliments of PETER and AN GELO LUCCHESI Friendly Service Station Compliments of ALICE DILLON,S BEAUTY SHOPPE 139 Fall St. Compliments of SENECA FALLS MILLS Phone 207 Compliments of SIMONE AUTO PARTS 44 Bridge St. Phone 788 Compliments of J. E. 0,BRIEN and J- SCHARTZER DR. E. F. DOWD Compliments of PINEHURST INN Compliments of Seneca Falls Typewriter Exchange 12 State Street "On your way to school" WOODY'S 58 Cab Service Compliments of BENNY LAMBERT Compliments of LEO J. HOLLAND SORRENTINO,S HOTEL Lunches and All Legal Beverages Tel. 636 Fayette, N. Y. Compliments of Irving Jones CANOGA HOTEL Compliments of VILLAGE GIFT SHOP 59 State Street Seneca Falls, N. Y. Mrs. E. W. Sanders, Prop. W. J. MACKIN Men's Furnishing Store of Cheerful Service Seneca Falls, N. Y. BAIN MUSIC CO. Pianos, Records, Sheet Music, Band Inst. 8 Exchange St. Repairs Auburn, N. Y. W. C. CROSMAN AND SON, Jewelers Diamonds Watches All Popular Silver Patterns 27-29 Genesee Sl. Auburn, N. Y. BENNETT 8 TRACY Shoes-Luggage-Hosiery 82-8-L Genesee Sl. Auburn, N. Y Compliments of JOHN G. PRUTZMAN Expert Upholstering Compliments of DOAN'S MEAT MARKET 54 Fall St. Seneca Falls LAMBERT'S GRILL 54 W. Bayard St. Tel. 532 Seneca Falls, N. Y. HORLE,S Red and White Store The Trading Center of Fayette Compliments of AL SMALLWOOD Canoga, N. Y. CANOGA STORE E. B. Bishop and Son CLYDE and HELEN SOBER,S Store and Gas Station 241 Ovid St. WILLIAMS AND SON Reliable Jewelers for 116 Years Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of A 81 D KIDDIE SHOP Compliments of COSENTINO MOTORS J. CALARCO Retail, Wholesale, Groceries and Confectionery 6-I Ovid St. Phone 5140 Compliments of ROLFE MOTOR CO. Compliments of MR. and MRS. DONALD MERRIAM Dick-Roy-Betty-Dick NSTARDUSTERSU Bobv.lack-EricvLouie THE ELECTRIC SHOP Frank McCarthy, Prop. Seneca Falls, N. Y. THE SENECA SHOE SHINING AN HAT CLEANING PARLOR Jerry Pleases All D Congratulations to the Class of 1950 FRANKLIN HOTEL Compliments of ECONOMY SHOP Quality Furniturc Compliments of GEORGE L. AYERS Best Wishes to the Class of 1950 S. S. PALMER CO. Heat Headquarters for Over 50 Years Compliments of DEER HEAD INN Compliments of GRACE TRIANGLE Compliments of HOWARD MILLER Miller's Quality Mark t e A Market of Distinction Compliments of ALPS RESTAURANT 88 Fall St. Seneca Falls, N. Y. LELAND J. ABBOTT AND SONS Trucking Fayette, N. Y. Electrical Contracting VERN H. HARTRANFT Phone 628-M Fayette, N. Y. Compliments of JOEL D. RITTER Fayette, N. Y. l Compliments of HARRY P. MARKSON Auburn, N. Y. Compliments of KEN'S BAKERY Tel. 32 III Fall St. Compliments of JOHN T. MQKEON Hardware Compliments of PEONE,S SERVICE STATION Compliments of E. B. KIBBEY MACHINE CO. LOTZ,S EVINRUDE SALES AND SERVICE 28 Ovid St. Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of TOMMY,S BARBER SHOP 10 State Street Compliments of DORAN BROTHERS Plumbing and Heating WALTER S. WARD Lumber and Builders' Supplies Phone 206 Compliments of DEMATTIA'S FRUIT MAR KET 352-W 119 Fall St. Compliments of VITETTA,S FRANCIS M. McNANEY Meats and Groceries 96 Records-Radios-Television SENECA MUSIC CENTER 79 Fall Street M. L. BEAUTY SALON Margaret Leone Phone 767-W 113 Fall St. Compliments of M. .I. GIBBS Opposite Entrance to Gould Hotel Compliments of DR. ANGELO ROMEO Success to the Class of 1950 HARRY AMIDON "Harry's Smoke Shop" FINGER LAKES ALLEYS 15 State Street Compliments of DONALD C. WOLFE General Insurance Compliments of McMAHON SHOES Leo M. McMal1on MALONE BROS. Blue Coal Phone 313 Compliments of VAN DITTO'S Van Ditto Moving and Trucking N UGEN TS 107 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. Beau Clair Fashions CURRY APPLIANCES Appliances and Repairs 36 Water St. Phone 712 WHITING,S IGA STORE Groceries, Meats, and Vegetables Lake Road, Seneca Falls Phone 574-.I Compliments of CI'IARLIE,S BARBER SHOP 49 Bridge St. Compliments of F. W. WILLIAMS Optometrist WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATION STORE Bicycles and Parts, All Sporting Goods 78 Fall St. Phone 619 CLINE'S GARAGE Trinity Lane Phone 329-W Compliments of VICTORIA RESTAURANT Peter Tardelli, Prop. Compliments of KLIONSKY SCRAP IRON AND METAL CO. GROCUTT,S STORE Groceries-Ice and Boats Cayuga Lake, RD. No. 2 Phone 202-J Compliments of FARRELUS LIQUOR STORE J. E. Fox, Prop. Best Wishes to the Class of 1950 GLENN,S RESTAURANT Compliments of R AND G GARAGE Canoga, N. Y. Compliments of SENECA BOOT SHOP Seneca Falls, N. Y. 1 97 THE MYNDERSE CALENDAR September 7, October 12 October 13 October 20-21 October 25 October 26 November 3-4 November 1 1 November 16 November 18 November 18 November 23 November 28 December 20 December 21 December 22 January 2 January 3 January 13 January 23-26 Ianuary 30 February 1 February 13 February 16-17 1949 1950 I949-1950 - School opened at 8:30 a.m. - Columbus Day - Report cards issued - Rochester Teachers, Conference - The Honorable Herbert Lehman,s - Mr. Dulles' speech - Senior Play-"Presenting Pollyv - Armistice Day - Report cards issued - Career Day - Junior All-School Party - Thanksgiving recess began at noon - School reopened at 8:30 a.m. - Report cards issued - Christmas recess began at 3:30 p.m. - Senior Ball - New Yearls Day observed - School reopened at 8:30 a.m. - Iunior Iumbles - Regents examinations - Second Semester began - Report cards issued - Lincoln's birthday observed - Junior Play-'KI-Iilarity Housev 98 speech THE MYNIJIERSIE CALENDAR I949-1950 ' March 6-7 - - - March 8 - - - March 17 - - - March 31 - - - April 4 - - - April 5 - - - April 17 - - - April 19 - - - April 21 - - - April 28 - - - May 5 - - - May 18-19 - - - May 24 - - - May 26 - - - May 31 - - - June 2 - - - June 16 - - - June 19-22 - - - June 23 - - - June 24 - - - June 25 - - - June 26 - - - June 27 - - - June 28 - - ' - The sands have filled the h Scholarship exams Report cards issued Wasantha Wana Singh Trio Assembly Freshman Dance-"Hobo Hopv Myndersian to Press Easter Recess began School reopened 8:30 a.m. Report cards issued Sophomore Dance-"Dreamer's Holidayn Band Concert F rosh-Soph Play Tournament C-lee Club,s Spring Concert Report cards issued Memorial Day recess began at 3:30 p.m. School reopened at 8:30 a.m. Prize Speaking Report Cards issued Moving Up Day-Prize Award Assembly MYNDERSIANS Outl Regents examinations Junior-Senior Party Senior Class Dinner Baccalaureate Class Night and "Singv Commencement Myndersian Dedicatee Dinner Junior Prom bottom of the glass nowg the year 1950 as come to a close. 99 MISS Howes Pans the Panel. 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