Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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Y FOREWORD DEDICATIO TO YOU, MISS KING, WE, THE CLASS OF 1951,WISH TO DEDICATE OUR MYNDERSIAN AS A TRIBUTE TO YOUR LOYAL FRIEND- SHIP, WHICH HAS BEEN A TRUE SOURCE OF PLEASURE AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO US THROUGHOUT OUR SCHOOL YEARS. A l ,WK MARY LUCRETIA KxNG, B.A William Smith College O CONTE T Adm tntstratton pages Classes pages Acttv ities pages Athletics pages 59 p,U,,Y,.u:lj '32 Q Qibmwswggi ' . ' ' - Q , M . 1 -'.',' ', yf., my-:Y 'It f'1'Z:9'f" is ' 7' . ' ,,. ..-fir ef 4 ' , , N' 10" 1 - 3 .-:' . ' g" xr.-s'2?I5i2'f1:5:6:Ti3f.-4,11.g.,u - 2 fy ., 1, --lil -LQ.. 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Through their efforts, a new clock system was installed in Mynderse Academy, the State street tennis courts were resurfaced, the roof on Stanton School replaced and numerous improve- ments to the buildings and equipment were made. MR. FRANK KNIGHT President Standing: J. McComb, C. Shuster, L. Garnsey. Seated: A. Romeo, O. Yates, F. Knight, L Parker, J. Rogers. . Kuwaye' M155 ache' ,-ao Exchange Te Hawaxl eq dv Y' 5 3 F Y' ,Q ,A .,v,i' A' .h- 1 l, in 3 - K mamma -152 wil'-' , :fi ul , J.. , .. ly, 'lh'rf'T1:ff",:,'Q " ef' i ,Eff Q k.,,. 15" ,, ,ag 1-9' LLIZZIZ-'iw--..s51 ARTHUR L. BAKER-A.B., B.S., M.S., Syracuse To the Class of 1951: Your theme "School Days" em- phasizes a term you will use many times as you recall the events of the past few years, a very important portion of your life. It is important to you, because how you have spent these last twelve years will in many v--f ways affect what you will do with the rest of your life. I sincerely hope that your "School Days" have been happy ones and that what you have gained here as students will enable you better to take care of yourself and to take your place in our society as contributing members. The World needs well informed people who can understand the other felloW's point of view. If you have come to believe in the philosophy of treating everyone as you yourself would Want to be treated and practiceit in all your dealings, life will be pleasing to you and to all with whom you come in contact. As "School Days" end, I wish you "Bon Voyage." PERI DE Sincerely yours, Arthur L. Baker VICE-PRINCIPAL JOHN C. FRASER B.S. Ithaca College M.S. Cornell University Class of 1951: Today the World offers opportunties in the fields of business, professional life and government for responsible citizens of high moral character. Since the materialistic tendencies that exist can only be counteracted by people of courageous moral convictions, young grad- uates will do well to scrutinize carefully the many seemingly modern philosophies that they will encounter. After all, the reason some things are old is that they have had the intrinsic Worth to stand up against continuous assault upon their exist- ence. They have stood up to one of the greatest tests-THE TEST OF TIME. Sincerely yours, John C. Fraser PRINCIPAL B.S. Colgate University M.S. Syracuse University To the Class of 1951: Your theme, "School Days," should bring many happy recollections. You, if successful, have formed many friendships, and, I hope, have developed a sincere phi- losophy which may lead to your success. In these critical days, unless you, and others like you, are ready to give the lead- ership and service required, our democracy and freedom may disappear from the earth. I am hoping what you have learned may furnish a little of the stimulation which will-make you citizens that a democracy needs. Sincerely yours, Frank W. Vogel x t I 23 Back Rufw: Robert McChubbin, Musicq Raymond Radtke, Industrial Artg George Wilber, Guidance, Adult Edu cationg Robert Masterson, Special Classes and Coachingg john Bourdon, Mathematics, Visual Education, Coach ingg John McGrath, Commercial Subjects and Coaching. Frmgt Rofw: Raymond Becker, Commercial Subjects Frank Cooley, Science, Intramural Athletics g Helen Spencer, Commercial Subjects Q Stanley Marshall, Science and Coaching, Emily Smith, Social Studies, Raymond Winthrop, Advanced Mathe matics and Coaching, Doris Jacobs, junior High Mathematics, Anne Seld, French and Social Studies, Carl Rogers Algebra and Social Studies. , 12 .Il -I 4 ,QW K . 1- -dv , ' Q92 . 5- 5 V ., -A 4. by ,. ,, . 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Other faculty members not in pictures: George Davis, Physical Education, Director of Athletics, Lucy Cardwell, Homemaking, Hazel Welcher, Junior High Social Studies, Vincent Davies, Industrial Arts, and Driver Training, Wallace Smith, String Instruments. 13 THE TEACHER SCHOOL DOCTOR-Emil Bove, M.D. l if ' 1 3 OTHER ERVICE OFFICE WORKERS Aileen Poole, Betty Sherman, Marie Toni. SCHOOL DENTIST-Angelo 'Romeo, D.D.S. NURSES-Grace Preston, R.N., Florence Anderson, DENTAL HYGIENIST Lois Pontius D. H. T. ' BUS DRIVERS Martin Decker Joseph Chalker Harold Gustafson Harry Smith Albert Sufferdini, George Bachrnan, Headg Ambrose Collins CUSTODIANS x ,Q .Q " NPS Q, Q ,. 0 It 4 gn- JF no . ,va fu , ' 4. P , .12,,z, I Aff :A W-jgfytm t f 15 W 56 3 4 ' ,n 1 2311. --ll f - . I L f Kms ' Q, QEKMVHX Dun , ' ' c'1r:A': '- '53 Q, .f'fv!?E' ' " ffiff L , " 1-,fl ' .I , , V , 4 1 .MT t -H, ' , -.53 . ,,Hg"f.'f' ww ff,f v' ' , V , ,iff ' J.. 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' 15 viii ,J "-'ffQu"1':.yf ww., 4 , . ,,. ,:,f,,.v,,5h,'pz1,,iE- ,,y,, . .Mk uh 'q,,?,T, V 4' .Y . X M k A lgtjfquyc ,-u,,3,hw.wM Siifdff fs?-':r"i.gc,,?E2, 'ivjflfiif-lf' ' f -1 ' K 'if .gigwafu - SN " : A, 'famff-:dxf .H-if' .ws',',Q,w3.fffg:- , -qs. -In Qi X 0 ww!-. ,x,'.1.gigr..,.,,., 6 N 1 5 - f- x -up we'-.' W ' V31 4 V. ' 1-25 LASS SE IOR ADVIER MISS JULIA H. O'BRIEN MISS EMILY SMITH MRS. HELEN SPENCER MR. GEORGE WILBER E IOR OFFICER LAWRENCE FAHEY President JOAN CARROLL Vice-President ALICE BOLICH Secretary RICHARD LAUDE Treasurer Left to Right: Miss Smith, Mrs. Spencer, Mr. Wilber, Advisers, Joan Carroll, Richard Laude Lawrence Fahey, Miss OlBrien, Adviser, Alice Bolich. When we returned to Mynderse in September, we elected, outstanding seniors to head our class and then started plans for the year. In November, "Young April" brought out the dramatic ability of our class. Next came our suc- cessful Senior Ball with Nona Holland reigning as queen and Lawrence Fahey as king. Mid-years dampened our spirits only momentarily. Soon we proceeded to Work on the yearbook, ihlen on class night and at last came finals, then the yearbook, commencement, and our graduation from ynderse. Thus, with the aid of our advisers, this year has been a truly pleasant climax to our "School Days." CLASS OF 19 FREDERICK EDSON ANNA MARIE ANDREAS ALFORD With a twinkle in her Freddie, a friendly fellow eye, a dimple in her smile, in and out of school, is one and artistic talent in her of our future foresters. fingers, Anna Marie is ef- ficiency plus. 15 ROY LORAIN APPELL Friendly, Witty Roy is mis- leadingly quiet. EUGENE BENASSI If you ever need your bat- tery charged, your motor tuned, or your spirits lifted, just see Gene. MATTHEW MARIO BONACCI Mynderse, Mynderse, see him coming quarter after nineg Never will our dear old Matty get to school on time. NANCY JEAN ASHBAUGH Oboe! What a girl! BARBARA LOUISE BENNETT We think Barbara's arn- bition to care for children and older people is charac- teristic of her friendliness and kindness. 16 MARY ANN ASHLEY Photogenic Mary Ann is an outstanding contender for the title "Best Liked Senior." DAVID ASA BEERSE just give Dave a paintbrush or a harmonica-wow what results! CL SS + -.as W... En' EARN 3 l.Q L MSB- P" LEO MARIO BIANCHI Leo, our Gene Krupa, drums up his popularity here and abroad-that is in Waterloo. ALICE CECILIA BOLICI-I This mighty miss can wrestle a history question pin an English word, and hold down the friendship of the class. Y 6:1 .fl 1 if - A. 'Sf .Q ' S . .A , 1. :gy ' -. wli , ' Q WTB ' 2.125 . L, ,H rn. 'Jill' . ""34K"P - 4- A Y .2753 it I5 AI sz- 'I- .fit , :Lg -vi 2 . , 'iii w r 3 tty- . ,Q L4 ' uv' '- I finer If 5 H l M3 5 W Q ,' 2 5 , A 51. ,, . I aff ' 15. ,L if. , 5 6,45 . 2 5 fc ' me V, Q 1 7 '--Q3 .. 15-wif xii-ye ' - " ' 'L Tx Y JOY MOONYEEN HAROLD MILTON JOHN W. BROWN, JR. VIRGINIA MAE BUCIS BROADBENT BROWN Just abgve Cayuga's You can't help admitting HA thing of beauty is a Harold is a lad with a Waters, you can find our that when GIHHICIS around, joy forever," sparkling grin and a shin- likable John deep in his in- there's never a dull moment. ' ing Ford. ventions. 01719 win' ', "' 1 is 'I ' 'Y ' J.. ,332 ' :ga E , 4. it vi ' ' Q1 xp A ll -Q-.-ff ix-Wim Q A yf'mA" 4, x -:'Id.k..'w A K .QR 0 1 ., "' , ,,.,- f. Qyffg 1 .., , fm , .Af M, f i SAMUEL JOHN CHERCHIA "Take it Easy"g that's "Sam's Song." JOAN MARIE CARROLL "A pretty girl is like a melody" and attractive Joan is a song of vibrant person- ality. JANE HELEN CARROLL "Silence is Golden" is the policy Jane follows in school. Outside she believes that "Speech is silver." MARY CATHERINE CARBONE "She is pretty to walk With, And witty to talk with, And pleasant, too, to think on " VIVIAN HONOR CHRISTOPHER Whether as a Prom Queen or as a songbird, Viv is tops. CAROL WELLS CLARK Carol is well-namedg she's as bright and cheery as a song sung at Christmas. 1 WILLIAM ARTHUR DARK Bill will be remembered for his explosions in study halls, English class, and chemistry lab. THOMAS FRANK DiNATALE Alarming, charming, and disarming. CATHERINE LOUISE CONLEY A-C-T-I-O-N is the new spelling for Katie, whether it's in a square dance or a game of sport. DELORSE ANN DECKER A paint brush, a palette and Delorse make a prom- ising artistic trio. 18 JAMES LYNN COOLEY Gentleman Jim of wall- paper fame always sticks to it when there's Work to be done. JOHN WILLIAM DESMOND Bill's best lines are not those he gives in English. BARBARA JEAN 'COVERT The sparkle in Barbara's eyes matches the onefon her third finger, because her future seems Well taken care of. CL SS W adi mil' 'UW' 'Q PHYLLIS "MARY DeSTEPHANO With her enthusiastic vig- or, Phyllis is Mynderse's contribution to the atomic age. 5? ... l .fl FX' fr ' an SY, bw I 7 f wif 424.52 xw fff i 6' 1 ,f S -' ,.. ,V,, 4 i ,P fi ns s g I ig' os !,zAk: i .git 1' 1 5. Jiffi r Q35 - F ai' .xy E X ,ew Fi f 1 A Nm, eeglvg M . eg L' f ' W 7 IA? tn I fr H - ,. ROLAND FRANKLIN JOHN FRANCIS DURSO FRANCIS WILLIS LAWRENCE PAUL DOWEN Duzie can sink baskets and EIGHMEY I FAHEYA His batting average and also run up high scores in His jokes, an indictmentg His smlle-a puzzleg his dating quota are inverse- friendship. his pranks, a trial, but his His wit-asurpriseg ly proportional. smile, an acquital. He's quite a lad In the ladies' eyes. , T' I Q? yi si by 353- ' jf glw ,Q J. 'Egg 'iii Y 4' HX fl 'sf ' 'yi K xx DINA MARIE FRANCESCHI ' A She leads the class in if MM,-"'r-e,A I 4 'id' cheers and dramatics and f' 'f!""'f' K t the boys in a merry chase. 4 JJL all I. ., X 4 .L "" N .. , 1 Jr. ' , r"' ,. - :V , .,1. li l 7-Q11 ill'- I to :': s i""zllfi1 fi" W News 1 5. if' . el Fm W ,, , "Xie ll MH. iii f VW ll lf P' X 'Q Sai 2 ki its-' s . 2 l grill it 'l i it f 5' lr ,aw K Q? lafrgfrigtl 9255 FW M HW as 4,4 Wah as Q we sw fi, ' Q5 sg? Cgjgmg, 5. P wemfjm.. . 3 grgarggg . K. ,a -.::r . 2:g. mga --E-get ' f 1 .. is. W 3grgSfgl,g?15o.k"67 gg gms? Q 1 ,QT V , Q iii, - 5. - -A gf - ' . lM5 .'.i,,g, 5' RICHARD JOSEPH GIOVANETTI "Diffident" Dick disting- uishes himself in sports and class humor. ELIZABETH ANN GIBBS One dose of Betty's ami- able nature mixed with her own brand of vitality will make an effective prescript- ion for any of her future patients. 19 DONALD JAMES GALGANO Don puts on a good show in the ring but is hard to get, according to the girls. ELEANOR JANE GRIGGS Eleanor, with the quiz- ical gleam in her eye, finds square dancing a good out- of-school activity. KATHLEEN ANN HEALY Listen hard and you'll hear a wee little voice let out with a "wisecrack"g it'll be Kathy. CHARLES WILLIAM HALDEN We thank Pennsylvania for this friendly lad who is a newcomer to Mynderse. NONA MARIE HOLLAND Here is a peppy cheer- leader and pretty Ball Queen whose interests lie mainly in the North Country. JOHN ROLAND HUBBARD Why are the girls all in a spin? Could it be Jack's talking eyes and teasing grin? SHIRLEY ANN KEACH WILLIAM FRANCIS HIBBARD "With a song in his heart" is Bill's motto, Whether it's being an energetic stage- hand or a competent usher. JANE LOUISE HILBERT Jane, our attractive red- head, is an addition to any crowd with her friendly, jo- vial manner. SS .. if DALES LEWIS IRISH Looking for a boy pos- sessing an engaging smile and eagerness to lend a help- in hand? End your quest: here he is. 'Sd W-'lr .4 .r s 'T' fri- ' -'A Q by jXS",Wl,V'f , 55' .155 43 fav , il Q K ,Lf .liz '1 1 iffy! 1:3 sv 2-tg 5, -ir, , bfn it : .. I .TV 5 ' 'iff L 522' 1 9, 9 -,- . 55 '- 'Z '3.:.'- 1 -, - W 4' MQW, .k.,Yf-- s, l ROBERT THEODORE Tall, willowy, Shirley JOHNSON Keach , , To Bob, Blue Monday is S0med3Y 15 30mg T0 teach- just a part of his seventy- 20 two hour week-end. PATRICIA ANN KEATING Neither worries nor ries will ever ruffle po1se. flur- Pat's ALBERTA GRACE KIDD Alberta, one of our pretty seniors With a pleasing voice and manner, is ever ready to supply plenty of action. OF 1951 I "' 'iii as? ,lf Fa 991 ii es? :M X V :.ir.L'J,, ,ef '72 - ' 'MX v, f: ' 1 3' A I .K X ix s , . N Q 1 Y- N35 K A . - A ..4.-fs" mmf" , . , X -. 'X H-M... I .X K 4 1 w w.. ,hi '. ' ,u g-11 ' 'CA' CONSTANCE JOYCE KINNEY A 1 ROBERT SMITH KNIGHT Nonchalant Connie can't Sports-Girls. Which shall be bothered by worry. LAVERNE CHARLES LAFLER Laverne's dependability, his genuine smile, and his friendly "hello" to all have it be? One, both, or neither? ROBERT DENNIS KREAGER You can't hold a candle to himg he's inflammable. brought h i m countless friends. ERIK WILGUS LANDBERG On stage, a Barrymoreg at the keyboard, a Lavantg among his classmates, a real friend. RICHARD CHRISTIAN MARY CATHERINE LAUDE LILLA Happy-go-lucky Dick is a This carefree gal with a treasure chest of smiles and bubbling personality excels mirth. in sports and art. 21 IRENE DORIS LIND Irene's personality, intelli- gence, and lovely voice have enriched our years at Myn- derse. MARY DELORES MARRAPESE A secretary she hopes to be, MADELINE MADORA LYNCH , Madeline's ABC's-attrac- tiveness, brains and capa- bility-vvill be valuable as- sets in her nursing career. AUSTIN P. MALONE When Audie lays ' down his books, puts down his pen- cil, and hangs up his tuba, Mynderse will never be the same. ANTHONY ORAZIO MARCONI A smile on his face, a twinkle in his eye, and a camera in his hand-these are the tools with which Tony works. CLASS N up if Qu yi . , W fix ff- A ' f fe ffl! "3 H3 0 3. -'a :at xr' ,- A sill, Q i 5? Q ' fi if R- . ,.,, Wx, . And we know her boss will agree , Her vim, vigor, and vitality Are definitely aids as all can see. SARA PATRICIA MARTIN The Martin Plan: raise the marks, further the class, and dazzle the boys. ADA GENEVIEVE MCBRIDE, Blonde, blue-eyed Ada is a friendly addition to our class. I was fi 4 . ,ff 4 55 I ' X--1 mf- - C313 i ff: I EV 'ized wuz, 'i L Q , ,. . A v A in A Lk n z, Jie, NELLIE KATHRYN JANE MARILYN MILLS MITCHELL jane, our versatile musi- A vision that came with cian, is an enthusiastic work- television-that's Nellie. Cf. ,- NANCY CLAIRE NOYES Whether it be .tooting on her trumvet or singing in chorus, lively Nan from Cayuga has what it takes. 0F19 - s . Riff . .tn ,gQ?'JF"'9' Li Wg, . ' -T1-ZW, -,ev fu. , 15. I 'E ui 'Uh , 3 fi t cygwin A I X . I ox , '11, l"Y'y Q ' W , .1 I 'sh' . t,-My gif' ' xg. '- nu ,.,, er.-- 'f ' n f . ,wgqp-uni-P 4'-,-fr' GERALD ARTHUR SCHAERTL Mickey is a lad who gets around on the football field, on a basketball court, and in a coupe. WARREN GILES N UGENT A natural comedian. War- ren "knocks them in the aisles" with the same ease with which he translates French. FRANCIS DONALD BRIEN BURDICK PITRELLA ROGERS His travels are just an- Tall, dark, and handsome other proof that Frank gets BTICII C0l1ld SCT any glflys around. heart aflutter. LOUIS ANTHONY SARACINO' Louie seems to have found the winning formula for bas- ketball and casanovaing. GERALDINE JUNE RUSH Gerry with her friendly smile is always around when it comes to working on class activities. ,l ANN ISABELLE ROSSI Ann combines fun and work in school to rate an "A" in sportsmanship. ' JOHN ALTON SMITH The deer had better be alert when Beany and his .22 are aroundg he bags his game. BETTY JANE SMITH LEETA JEANETTE MELBOURNE DEVER JOSEPH JOHN Gracious Jane is serenity I SMITH STAUDMYER VRWIN, JR itself, she does much with- Betlte Leeta's appealing Dee, alias Mel, is "want- PIII llftlli and Pm WISE out fanfare and confusion, smile, ,gentle manner and ed" throughout the school for I'm a terror for my size PAUL LEWIS VERGAMINI "Verg" is a specialist in various lields-science, sports, and girls. good nature will make her a perfect nurse. MARJORIE ANN WEAVER An effervescent personality and infectious laughter are Margie's trademarks. his smiles humor and easy going manner. F Q izff 's sag -W NN., Wil Mae ROBERT MARSHALL WEDGE Wedgie is our mighty mite with a potent spark you dare not light KENNETH MEREDITH FRANCES BEVERLY YEO -WILLIAMS The giant in his seven Poised, reserved and ideal league boots has nothing over istic traits form a delightful Kenny when he TUDS the combination in our Fran quarter-mile. 24 X 5 , - .. . ?'ff -., -,. .pt ! QF. f5l?"iY"s so M ,Q t .4 ' 5 f Wi, N all - .,?w"'-'Mi 1 A H' - ,. .A- f ar , ,. -.1 N Q ay ' l iggka i ilf ' its 1, " 27 'i i' ' . arg? an 1 f .. 5228 ' - A it ki ' ff fit ' ssfff 1 . 5- ' Rf., - ,, ,,.,5,t ' S2f?f' . J --, - 2 - -A I T ' lt X ,,.- ,,,, ' E 1 41. " , I, N 'ff 4'r'IJf 4 FREDERICK EDSON ALFORD-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, Alternate 35 Microphone 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Band 15 Junior Play 35 Senior Play 45 Foot- ball 1, 25 Baseball 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ANNA MARIE ANDREAS-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross Alternate 1, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 45 Acanthus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Playdays 25 Myndersian, Art Editor 4. ROY LORAIN APPELL-Class Committees 35 Acanthus 45 Airplane Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY JEAN ASI-IBAUGH-Honor Student 45 Class Com- mittees 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, 3, 45 All-State Band 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 All-State Orchestra 3, 45.Glee Club 1, 25 Varsity Choir 2, 45 Girls Ensemble 25 Wig and Rouge 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Christmas Play 15 Myndersian 45 Play Tournament, Director -4. MARY ANN ASHLEY-Class Secretary 35 Junior Prom Court 35 Senior Ball Court 45 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 15 Microphone 25 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Cheer- leading 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Myndersian 4. DAVID ASA BEERSE-Class-Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, 45 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Acanthus 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Baseball 3. EUGENE BERNARD BENASSI-Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 15 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Football,25 Track 1, 25 Intramurals 1, ACTIVITIE BARBARA LOUISE BENNETT-Class Com- mittees 35 Hearth Club 1, 3, Secreary 35 Junior Jumbles 3. LEO MARIO BIANCHI-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, '25 Band 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Football 35 Baseball 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ALICE CECILIA BOLICH-Valedictorian 45 Class Secretary 45 Elmira College Key Award 35 D, A. R. Award 35 E.S. S.P.A. Conference 45 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 Microphone 2, 3, News Editor 45 Wig and Rouge 3, 45 Library Club 1, 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Myndersian 4. MATTHEW MARIO BONACCI-Wig and Rouge 3, 45 Le Cercle Francais 25 Camera Club 15 Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 1, 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Christmas Play 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2. JOY MOONYEEN BROADBENT-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 3, ?53Hiaarth Club 1, 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals HAROLD MILTON BROWN-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Airplane Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Football 1, 25 Baseball 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. , JOHN W. BROWN, JR.-Class Committees 45 Science Club 3, 4, President 45 Camera Club 3, 45 Airplane Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Intramurals 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA MAE BUCK-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Hearth Club 1, 2, 3, gregsurer 35 G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays MARY CATHERINE CARBONE-Salutatorian 45 Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 45 Wig and Rouge 3, 45 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Director 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Christmas Operetta 35 Intramu- rals 1, 2, 35 Myndersian, Editor-in-Chief 4. JANE HELEN CARROLL-Class Committees 1, 2, 35 Junior Jumbles 3. JOAN MARIE CARROLL-Class Vice-President 45 Junior Prom Court 35 Senior Ball Court 45 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Microphone 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Latin Club 15 Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 2, Director 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Christmas Play 25 Pageant 45 G.A.A. 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 1, 2, 35 Myndersian 4. SAMUEL JOHN CHERCHIA-Class Treasurer 15 Empire Boys' State 35 Junior Kiwanian 45 Class Committees 1, 25 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 ,Track 1, 2, Manager 35 Intramurals 4. VIVIAN HONOR CHRISTOPHER-Class Vice-President 25 Junior Prom Queen 35 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 45 Myndersian 4. CAROL WELLS CLARK-Class Committees 1, 2, 35 Student Council Alternate 45 Microphone 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 45, Glee Club 15 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Christmas Play 15 G.A.A. 1, 12, Secretary 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 1, 2, 35 Myndersian 4. CATHERINE LOUISE CONLEY-Class Committes 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club 1, 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 2, 3, 4. JAMES LYNN COOLEY-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN COVERT-Class Committees 35 Majorettes 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM ARTHUR DARK-Class Committees 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Track Manager 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 25 Myndersian 45 Play Tournament, Director 45 Wig and Rouge 4. DELORSE ANN DECKER-Class Committees 3, 45 Majorettes 2, 35 Acanthus 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 2, 3. JOHN WILLIAM DESMOND-Class Committees 45 Glee Club 35 Airplane Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Tumbling Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 25 Baseball 35 Intramurals 1, -2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS MARIE DeSTEFANO-Junior Prom Court 35 Sen- ior Ball Court 45 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Microphone 3, 45 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 45 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45 Senior Play 45 Junior Jumbles 35 G.A.A. 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 2, 3, 4 Myndersian 45 Play Tournament, Director 4. THOMAS FRANK DiNATALE-Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 45 Microphone 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Le Cercle Francais'1, 2, 3 I0 4 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals li R Myndersian 4. ROLAND FRANKLIN DOWEN-Class com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 45 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Airplane Club 15 Jun- ior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Christmas Operetta 2, Pageant 45 Tumbling Club Club 2, 35 Block M 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN FRANCIS DURSO--Class committees 1, 2, 35 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Science Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Christmas Pageant 45 Tumbling Club 1, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Manager 15 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. FRANCIS WILLIS EIGHIMEY-Class Treasurer 25 Class Committeees 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Wig and Rouge 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Science Club 15 Air- plane Club 15 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, Director 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Christmas Play 15 Foot- ball 1, 25 Basketball Manager 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE PAUL FAHEY-Class President 45 Class Com- 'mittees 1, 45 Student Council 45 Junior Red Cross 15 Glee Club 15 Wig and Rouge 45 Latin Club 1, Aedile 15 Senior Play- 45,Christmas Pageant 45 Myndersian 45 Play Tournament, Director 4. DINA MARIE FRANCESCHI-Class Secretary 1: Junior Prom Court 35 Senior Ball Court 45 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 Microphone 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Library Club 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Sec't. 35 Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 2, Director 35 Junior Jumbles 35 Junior Play 35 Sen- ior Play 45 Christmas Play 15 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, Treasurer 25 Intramurals 1,'2, 3, 45 Playdays 2, 35 Myndersian 4. DONALD JAMES G-ALGANO-Class Committees 1, 25 Varsity Choir 3, 45 Acanthus 25 Airplane Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Block M 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN GIBBS-Honor Student 45 Class Com- mittees 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, 35 All-State Band 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 All-State Orchestra 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 45 Junior Jumbles 35 G.A.A. 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Playdays 2, 3, Myn- dersian 4. JOSEPH RICHARD GIOVANETTI-Class President 25 Em- pire Boys' State 35 Class Committees 1, 2, 35 Student Coun- cil 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Block M 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR JANE GRIG-GS-Class Committees 35 Library Club 2, 3, 45 Hearth Club 15 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals 15 Myndersian 4. CHARLES WILLIAM I-IALDEN-Transfer from Philipsburg High School, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania. Art Club 1, 25 Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 45 Driving Club 4. KATHLEEN ANN I-IEALY-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM FRANCIS HIBBARD-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Varsity Choir 45 Wig and Rouge 3, 45 Science Club 1, 25 Junior Jumbles 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE LOUISE HILBERT-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Council Alternate 25 Microphone 2, 3, 45 Band'2, 35 Glee Club 15 Wig and Rouge 45 Science Club 15 .Junior Jumbles 35 Senior Play 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Play- days 35 Myndersian 4. ' NONA MARIE HOLLAND-Honor Student, 43 Junior Prom Court, Lady-in-waiting 33 Senior Ball Queen 43 Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Vice-President 23 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary 43 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Sen- ior Play 43 Christmas Play 13 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, President 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play- days 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian, Head Typist 4. JOHN ROLAND HUBBARD-American Legion Oratorical Con- test 33 Junior Kiwanian 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Stu- dent Council 4, Alternate 33 Athletic Association 4, Treas- urer 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 2, 33 All-State Band 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Solo Comp- etition 23 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 4, President 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Block M 3, 43 Football 1, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 33 Track 1. 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. DALES LEWIS IRISH-Junior Kiwanian. 43 Class Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Red Cross 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Block M 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. ROBERT THEODORE JOHNSON-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 543 junior Jumbles 33 Tumbling Club 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 1 SHIRLEY ANN KEACH-Class Committees 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 33 Varsity Choir 3, 43 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN KEATING-Honor Student 43 Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 33 Student Council 2, Alternate 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 43!Iunior Jumbles 33 G.A.A. 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. ALBERTA GRACE KIDD-Class Committees 3, 43 Junior ,-Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. CONSTANCE JOYCE KINNEY-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Varsity Choir 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. , ROBERT SMITH KNIGHT-Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Mic- rophone 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2 3 4, Manager 4, Solo Competition 2, 3, All-State Band 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Football 1, 33 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Tennis 1, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. ROBERT DENNIS KREAGER-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. 'Red Cross 23 Wig and Rouge 2, 33 Airplane Club 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Football 13 Track 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Tournament, Director 4. LAVERNE CHARLES LAFLER-Class Vice-President 33 Empire Boys' State Alternate 33 Junior Rotarian 43 Class Committees 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Football 2, 33 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4. ERIK WILGUS LANDBERG-Honor Student 43 Empire Boys' State 33 Junior Rotarian 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Accompanist 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Le Cercle Francais 3,-4, President 43 Latin Club 1, Consul 13 Acanthus 1, 2, Treasurer 23 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Christmas Operetta 23 Tennis 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 23 Myndersian 4. RICHARD CHRISTIAN LAUDE-Class Treasurer 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Block M 43 Track 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43My11d.ersia.n 4. MARY CATHERINE LILLA-Class Commitees 1, 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 3, 43 Acanthus 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndei-sian 4. IRENE DORIS LIND-Honor Student 43 Junior Prom Court 33 Senior Ball Court 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council Alternate 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls Ensemble 23 Frosh-Soph Play Tourn- ament 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Play 33 G.A.A. 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play- days 2, 43 Mynderslan 4. MADELINE MADORA LYNCH-Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Vars- 1ty Choir 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 G.A.A. 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Playdays 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. AUSTIN P. MALONE-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 33 Microphone 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 2, 33 Science Club 13 Fresh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 13 Jr. Jumbles 33 Christmas Play 13 Operetta 23 Intramurals 1, 33 Myndersian 4. ANTHONY ORAZIO MARCONI-Class Treasurer 33 Empire Boys' State 33 E.S.S.P.A. Conference 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 13 Microphone 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 43 Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, Vice-President 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramu- rals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian, Photographic Editor 4. MARY DOLORES MARRAPESE-Class Committees 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Alternate 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Science Club '1, 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myn- dersian 4. SARA PATRICIA MARTIN-Junior Prom Court 33 Senior Ball Court 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 2, 33 Orchestra 3, 23 Wig and Rouge 4, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, Jun- ior Jumbles 33 Senior Play 43 Myndersian 4. E IOR ACTIVITIE ADA GENEVIEVE McBRIDE--Transfer from St. Mary's Public High School, St. Mary's, Pennsylvania. Dancing Club 13 Library Club 23 Leader's Club 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Mynderse-Class Committees 33 Intramurals 3. JANE MARILYN MILLS-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 43 Orchestra 43 All-State Orchestra 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Solo Competition 33 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Play 33 Christmas Play 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 43 Play Tournament, Director 4. NELLIE KATHRYN MITCHELL-Transfer from Centenial High School, Ridgway, Pennsylvania. Glee Club 1, 23 Myn- derse Academy-Senior Ball Court 43 Junior Prom Court 33 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Intramurals 43 Myndersian 4. NANCY CLAIR NOYES-Transfer from Union Springs Central School, Union Springs, New York. Glee Club 1, Mynderse- Class Committees 2, 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Varsity Choir 2, 3, 4, Solo Competition 3, Accompanist 2, 3, 4, All-State Choir 4, Girls Ensemble 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Senior Play 43 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Myndersian, Co-Business Manager 4. WARREN GILES NUGENT-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Choir 43 VVig and Rouge w23 Le Cercle Francais 33 Fresh-Soph Play Tournament 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Junior Play 33 Senior Play 43 Christmas Play 1, 2. FRANCIS DONALD PITRELLA-Transfer from Long Beach Polytechnic High School, Long Beach, California. Radio 43 ROTC 43 Mynderse-Class Committees 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Acanthus 3g Tumbling Club 1. BRIEN BURDICK ROGERS-Transfer from Redford High School, Detroit, Michigan. Nescor Club 2, 33 Track 2, 33 Mynderse-Honor Student 43 Class Committees 43 Student Council Alternate 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Senior Play 43 Christmas Pageant 43 Myndersian 43 Track 4. ANN ISABELLE ROSSI-Class Committees 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 43 G.A.A. 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALDINE JUNE RUSH-Class Committees 3, 43 Myn- dersian 4. LOUIS ANTHONY SARACINO-Empire Boys' State Alternate 33 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Microphone 8: Wig and Rouge 3, 43 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 23 Block M 43 Football 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- Murals 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD ARTHUR SCHAERTL-Class President 1, 33 Em- pire Boys' State 33 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1, 3, 4, President 43 Block M 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 43 Bas- ketball 1, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ALTON JOHN SMITH-G-lee Club 1, 2 Airplane Club 13 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTY JANE SMITH-Class Committees 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. LEETA JEANETTE SMITH-Junior Prom Court 33 Senior Ball Court 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Coun- cil 1, 2, Alternate 33 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 3, 43 Latin Club 1, Treasurer 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Cheer- leading Substitute 33 Intramurals 1, 23 Myndersian 4. MELBOURNE DEVER STAUDMYER JR.-Class Committees f 1, 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 43 Block M 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian, Co-Business Manager 4. JOSEPH JOHN URWIN, JR.-Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Alter- nate 13 Airplane Club 13 Junior Jumbles 333Christmas Play 1, 23 Intramurals 1, . .4. PAUL LEWIS VERGAMINI-I-Ionor Student 43 Empire Boys' State 33 Junior Ki- wanian 43 E.S.S.P.A. Conference 3, 43 Class Committees- 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, Alternate 23 Microphone 2, 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief 43 Le Cercle Fran- cais 1, 2, 3, 43 Junior Jumbles 33 Block M 43 Football 33 Track l2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. MARJORIE ANN WEAVER-Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 3, 43 Science Club 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Cheerleading 33 Tumbling Club 2, 33 G.A.A. '23 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. ROBERT MARSHALL WEDGE-Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Science Club 13 Acanthus 23 Airplane Club 13 Junior Jum- bles 33 Basketball 23 Baseball Manager 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES BEVERLY WILLIAMS-Transfer from New Berlin Central School, New Berlin, New York. Band 13 Glee Club 13 Intramurals 13 Mynderse-Class Committees 2, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross Alternate 23 Microphone 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 43 Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. KENNETH MEREDITH YEO-Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 13 Varsity Choir 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Acanthus 13 Junior Jumbles 33 Football 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Myndersian 4. Austin turns on h1s charm SENIOR SNAP Prospective Marines Pull than shade Charlie enteriains ll Vivian and INeil1e take their Tony poses Happy vacatlon plans P The lme up Tada nd his Harem M1ckey Bears Wa tchm We are Amused E i 2 5 Mrs. Lillian Oliver Miss Mary Miller Mr. Raymond Becker ADVISERS "School Days, School Days!" Last September that familiar 'ditty called the Class of 1952 back together as the "Gay Young Juniors." Right away we fioticed some newcomers: Carole Kohout, Gerard Murphy, Dick Sherwood and later Patty Sharp, who have join- ed our class. Bark Rofw: Hughes, B., Timmons, Zona, Cafara, Simone, Marsella, McMillan, Poole, Wade, Nicandri, Yates, Thorpe Jones, Souhan, Van Houten, Paulich, Oakes. Third Rofw: Shirtz,- Decker, Galletti, Chubb, Eastman, Bevins, Bears Farney, Buck, Church, Morehouse, Parks, Ioan. Second Rofw: Brand, Northrup, Kenney, Jorgensen, Mahoney, Twist Meeks, jones, Kohout, Annetta, DelRusso, Knight, Hughes, J., Riegel. First Rofw: Kimmel, Ireland, Hartman, L muraglia, Klandotos, Amidon, Whitman, Murphy, Moulton, Kanaley, Mackin, Parks, jean, Salone. f ,k , V5, ,f' t V , uvyr ,., j It ,K 1 it iflu i H rsal s - L -. 4 - w gi., M . r ' l -1a- ,V I l . , I j,,.E2'lTnr fc A ,,,, ' 1f-V.., , V A I ,rkrt wi 'vp ,vu-.M Our many activities kept us so busy that before we realized it a whole semester had flown byg midyears were upon us. They caused some unhappiness, but you can't keep a good Junior down long. By February we were laying plans for the Junior Jumbles. Milton Berle may be funny on fClCV1S1Ofl, but when "Carts" Caraccilo brought him to life, no one had seen him funnier. The acts were varied and talented and afforded the audience many laughs. Encouraged by this success, many aspiring actors and actresses turned out for the play, "Our Miss Brooks." Her love life got her into difficulties which provided many amusing moments before the final curtain. When Juniors entertain Seniors, a good time is assured. This year was no exception. Everyone Will remember that we gave the Rusty Old Seniors a rousing send-off. Before you could say, K'Class of l952," finals were hereg then, most important of all for us, the Junior Prom. We worked hard for its success and were satisfied with the result. I These are the highlights of our third year as Myndersians and they will always be h1gh on the ' ' 1: yr , list of memories of School Days. Ethel McMillan C1 ass of 1952 Top Rofw: Congden, Sherwood, Deal, Olsowski, Palumbo, Lorenzetti, Sanpietro, Eno, Conley, Carello, McNaney, Garnsey. Third Rofw: Decker, Caraccilo, Yeo, Lopomardo Wolfe, Reynolds, Shupp, Ward, Grinolds. Second Rofw Blaisdell, Vona, Murphy, Smith, Irland, Bonacci, Ver- zillo, Peone, Russo, Frappolli, Loder, Meyers. First Row Pavio, Pioli, Cunningham, Baker, Forshee, Urquhart, Ly- man, Durso, Crull, Wilson, Addona, Zvvick, Stuck Hibbard. Wells Smith . . . ...... President Jane Poole .... Vim-Prgyidgnz Betty Hughes . ...... Secretary James Lyman .......... Treasurer OFFICERS 31 Smith p , Dole' Hughes ' Lyman Bark Rafw: Faircloth, M'cCann, Warfle, Shepherd, Herron, Greenleaf, Congden, Rogers, David E., Proseus, Sipos, Giovan- nini, Scharett, Cator. Third Row: Magill, Dober, Carpenter, Ellison, Turkett, Williams, Andreas, Morehouse, Whiting, Sanderson. Second Rofw: Romeo, Bove, Leno, Dombroski, Fraser, Von Bergen, Cusimano, Brunskill, Schmitt, Giglio, Szsson, Young, Stone. First Rofw: Yates, Grinstead, Watkins, Pannucci, Sherman, Rogers, David N., Irland, Bevins, Bolich, Decker, Campbell, Livingston, Lawrence. Philip Grinstead ........ President Annette Bair ...... Vice-President john Campbell ..... Treasurer Sheila Potter ............ Secretary OFFICERS On a crisp September morn We, as hale and hearty, sophs, began our second year at Mynderse. We were told that this year would be different from our first, the truth of which We soon found out. Our first job was choosing our officers, who in functioning for our class, proved both loyal and capable. Then We expanded our program for We found new activities and clubs open to us with interests for all. CL ss Back Rofw: Waters, Wilson, H., Calland, Dunham, Ingandello, Seeley, Wilson, R., Knight, Sullivan, Maier, Bair, Ami- don, A., Deary, Drumm, Sherman, Zettlemoyer, Mahoney, Snyder, DeNard. Third Rafw: Faircloth, Soscia, Forjgne, Ma- lone, Cline, Aldrich, Scott, Pollard, Ferrara, Lindsey, Amidon, I., Platten, Defler. Second Rofw: Souhan, Martin, Sahatini, Fiorelli, G., Hull, Fiorelli, L., Shuster, Wilson, B., Galgano, Durnin, Martello, Nugent, Howland, Taber, Rear- don, Potter, Culpepper, Reynolds. First Rofw: Brown, S., Stapleton, Kline, Hibbard, Jones, Spano, Urwin, Giovannini, Lockwood, Lombardo, Struble, Salerno, McComb, Bishop, Ashbaugh, Brown, Joan, Brown, Janet, Carbone. lo' ADVISERS Mrs. Doris Wilson Mrs. Louise Shannon Mr. Frank Cooley Mr. john McGrath In the middle of January, we came across a well'-known hazard, dreaded by most of our mem- bers-Midyears! Much to everyone's satisfaction, we came throughwith flying colors and the gain of many credits. April, however, brought new adventures-our gala dance. The "little red school housen was never like this! Our annual battle, the Frosh-Soph Play Tournament, developed talent galore and also claimed loyal support from the class. As the end of the year rolls around ,amid these pleasant memories, We feel that our hardworking and patient advisers deserve many thanks for their great help in our successes. Shirley Stapleton Class of '53 01119 Miss Ellen McAllister Mr. Raymond Winthrop Mrs. Ann Seld Mr. Carl Rogers ADVISERS CL SS ln September 1950, the Freshman Class met humbly at Mynderse Academy with faces bright and shiny. All were eager to enter actively into Mynderse life. The boys Went out eagerly for football. Many made the Jay Vee Team. We were proud of Bruno Lombardo's record, on the varsity. The boys also proved to be very nimble at basketball. Mary Jane Holland and Anna Marie Lorenzetti were chosen for the Jay Vee cheering squad. Shirley Kaufman's volleyball team won the school championship by defeat- ing the Junior's team. fi W If, 3 ' - A ' L u p . ggtf' , 3 . . .3 ,fffLif?,4,'lQf,:' X ,Q 1, Back Rofw: Meeks, Bove, Bohensky, Lorenzetti, Marshall, Marrapese, Goodman, Merrick, Cammuso, McCann, Qonley Ludovico,-Holland, Wolfe, Cafaro, Jacoby. Third Row: Scibona, Sinicropi, Piscitelli, Walters, Urquhart, D1Santo, Kordes, Harris, Babcock, Thatcher, Twist, Swan. Second Rofw: Tanghe, Scarselleta, De-Iohn, DiDomenic, Scaramuz- zino, Turkett, Williams, Lilla, Pezzulo, Lawrence, Brown, White, Ward, Fahey, Shewbrooks, Kaufman, Zwick. Front Rofw: Baldasarie, Bonacci, Clapper, Robinson, Youngs, Bennett, Brown, Duonola, Reese, Marr, Farrell, Hally, Sage Nucci, Knight, Swinehart. 0F 195 In entertainment, Frosh, Johnny Scialdone and Richard Jarrett, proved themselves to be superb as they Walked off with first prize at the Junior All-School Party. In the Frosh-Soph play tournament We discovered some future Sarah Bernhardts and Clark Gables among our mem- bers. The Freshman Dance Committee dreamed up a successful May 18 party-one vve'll long remember. Our pea-green color is slowly turning a loyal blue as our first year at Mynderse comes to an end. We are looking ahead to new experiences, "The best is yet to be I" . Karen Bove , Class of '54 fi 959 OFFICER Harry E S Ellen Swno ....,., gicquelyn 1+IiariQi1' l ' ' . . . Prgffdefzt Uno Lombardo Q ' - - ...... - ie.61::315z'f7lI ' ' - - - . . . 8 gy-y Tram-ure, .Back Rofw: Millis, Beerse, Young, Prayne, Brand, Jarrett, Cosentino, Howes, McComb, Farney, Rhinehart, L., Barrett Third Rofw: Schmitt, Reynolds, Green, Kenney, Maloney, Frankenfield, Coombs, White, Agnello, Gallettx. Se-cond Row Deal, Palandro, Clingerman, Andrews, Serling, jim, Serling, Joel, Wormuth, Rhmehart, W., Am1don,UZWi1ck, ivan . . . . t Wrlkes, Bennett. Front Rofw: Hubman, Kreager, Pisc1telli, Shuster, Smicropx, Scialdone, Eno, DelRusso, rqu ar, om bardo, Peone, Jorgensen, Lotz, jodeit, Best. EIGHT H G i ndro Yeo, VanHorn, Smith, UpDyke, McBride, Toni, Morehouse, Swinehart, Timmons, Caracciio, Zona, Stacheihous, Hibbard, Burke, Hartman, Messecar. Third Rofw: Laiier, Campbeii, Biaisdeii, Zinck, Green, VanHouten, Wheeier, Frantz, Koch, Burtiess, Huff, Disinger, Guthrie, Du ignac, Brown, Kirk, james Mouiten, Lohr, Back Roc-we Houck, Pa a , A' "N McComb, Page, Rand, Sanderson, ' 'N' Tones, Dutton, Dresser, Andreas, ' 'eh Piatten, Hicks, Kirker, Knight, ,m..rus. F'2Z'f Fat? Vaiiciiieih gk Mn M' nn. o e er, aer, 1 s, ' -r'ff K ,,,, Bark Roms: Kanaiey, Maioney, ...., McCutcheon, Crackneii, Beerse, Vaniipps, non, -., Hauss, Spencer, Carson, Spano, Minnier, VanCieei, Coveney, ii.. ..,, , Thorpe, Myers, Carhone, Zwaid. Second Rofw: Stewart, Missiiii, Reynoids, va..,,, V Doane Hight, Amidon, Putney, Smith, Haust, Harris, Stone, Parker, Haywood, Meeks, Vu., , H ft jacohy, Withers, Sherwood, Forjones, Romeo, Conkey, Worski, Beiiomo, Woxre, M-, tt Sinicropi, Saierno, Robinson, Marr, Madigan, Cosimarno. Perry, , ' ' ms Wilson, o , Cerep, Turke , 36 E VE TH GRADE -vi. .X '.wm,y ,,..-A .- .,., Y, . lww. . w.,. V X wx F '+ K,,X,:.N,:,'AL f f 53:1-51. LLP?" ' ,fu f .- - vkv- ,A ,f ,f 1' ,,, .vwzw , , TI ITIE Mui .Am .. ,jfs 1.1 ,- i .A fs f A E-s.,i ..f K W .5 W 427, ' ,v., .. . ' x .. A ff' I ,, STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council resume cooperation this year by selling basketball and a student supply store, bus tickets, maintaining and sponsoring a school March of Dimes Drive. It also Worked with the faculty in holding an f its most important "Open House." ,One 0 achievements Was its joining of the National As- sociation of Student Councils. An annual dance and picnic added spice to the year's Work. Mr. Wilber has now completed his second year as adviser thus leaving Miss Trulan to act as chief adviser next year. OF AZICERS and VISERS Sland- Trulagfly: Domenic Schaerrl 1? dviseri .clzlliirccilq Vice-Pres-d 1 SeCI'e " F95 far Idellt ' Pan . en 1 M . Uuccl T I. Sealed y' r. Wllbeff ffdviseieflslgfrg Gel-wigs 1 3 onna Yates, ' Hubbard Fahey, Bair, Congden, Third Rofw- Marsella, Piscitelli, Cosentmo, , Y t D., Smith. Front Rofw: Sini- Back Rofw: Grinstead, Eno, Irland, Rogers. . Cherchia, Schartzer, Simone. Second Rolwz Laude, Pannucci, Schaertl, Caraccilo, D., a es, cropi, Cerep, Yates, R., Moulton, Caraccilo, E. tw X , , t Mary Carbone X , 5 EDITOR ' :Sf The Myndersian staff consists of Editor in Chief, Mary Carbone, assisted by Alice Bolich, Joan Carroll, Carol Clark, Lawrence Fahey, Betty Gibbs, Patricia Keating, Eric Landberg, Jane Mills, Brien Rogers, Marjorie Weaver, Madeline Lynch, Literary Staff members, Business Managers Nancy Noyes and Melbourne Staudmyer with their staff of Nancy Ashbaugh, William Dark, Thomas DiNatale, Eleanor Griggs, Ian-e Hilbert, Robert Knight, Richard Laude, Irene Lind, Mary Lilla, Austin Malone, Sara Martin, Nellie Mitchell, Jerry Rush, Leeta Smith, Paul Vergamini, Frances Williams, Ken- neth Yeog Anthony Marconi, Photographic Editor, aided by Jane Smith and Vivian Christopher. Art Editor was Anna Marie Andreas. A typing staff was made up of Head Typist Nona Holland and Mary Ann Ashley, Phyllis DeStefano, Dina Franceschi, and Mary Marra- Kzse. All staffs worked under Miss Julia H. O'Brien, Publication dviser. 38 I Q ,,,' , fffvj' xi 21' i " Gee' i 345 ,'-fi' bf .a as Back Rofw: Rogers, Marrapese, Ashley, Mills, Keating, Franceschi, Hubbard. Second Rofw: Landberg, Christopher, DeStefano, Carroll, Gibbs, Lynch, Weaver, Fahey. Front Ro-wx Andreas, Marconi, Carbone, Holland, Bolich. I THE 1951 Miss Julia H. O'Brien ADVISER Bark Rofw Laude Martm Vergammi Smith Yeo Mitchell Dark Second Rofw Lilla Hilbert Ashbaugh Lmd Williams Front Rofw Malone, Knight, Noyes, Staudmyer, DiNatale. DER IAN 51 ASSISTANT EDITORS ,W BUSINESS MANAGERS . EF 1'if.fi.5f' , ur' it gg Q U' I I4 4- 7 g 54- H , , , 0 J " .QQL-ic Nancy Noyes, Melbourne Staudmyer Nh Hiwx rf Anthony Marconi, Anna Marie Andreas, Nona Holland. Under the leadership of editor, Mary Carbone, the various staffs have tried to produce an annual Worthy of the name, M yndersimz. It represents countless hours of planning and of Work from early fall through the school year, tracing step by step the activities and interests that make up the chronicle of Mynderse school days. After the theme was chosen and the dummy made up, noon hour staff meetings began under Miss O'Brien's direction, with Miss Trulan assisting Anna Marie Andreas with the art Work. Most of the photography was done by the Bullock Studio and Mr. Sutterby. 39 Back Rofw: Doyle, Carroll,'Williams, Sullivan, Wade, DiNatale, Hilbert, Kanaley, Oakes, DeStefano, Howland. Third Rofw: Whiting, Fraser, Baker, Malone, Bove, Cambell, Blaisdell, Souhan. Second Row: Sisson, Shirtz, Church, Staple- ton, Poole, Thorpe, McMillan, Marsella, Zettlemoyer, Bolich, L. Front Rofw: Franceschi, Knight, Bolich, A., Clark, Ver- gamini, Marconi, Yates, Alford, Lyman. STAFF 19 ICROPHO E The "Microphone," Mynderse's bi-weekly publication, evidenced many changes this year which resulted in the improvement of a ,gl paper already rated as superior. A new column entitled "Ramblin' 'Round the Sports Field" added interest in addition to the use of new sizes and various types of heads. Also, more emphasis was placed on Junior Varsity sports. Of particular importance was Business Manager, Anthony Mar- coni's placing third in the current events contest at the Empire State School Press Association Conference, October 13, 1950. Miss Compitello's guidance has been chiefly responsible for the "Microphone's" retaining its high standing. ADVISER Miss Teresa Compitello Edit01"ln'Chief Paul Vergamini Associate Editor Carol Clark Business Manager Anthony Marconi Q 40 W A N '7:, , " if .i 1 . is 3,1 K ffggigf V -' 'QB 3 f gyh 1 iltzsgiiieiffi figsgflfffir ag, -fi. l 131155 x , X ,. ,,-..:,,-.t fm r A ,e1 g , ,,f1ff5:ii. f-at X 135 ' las,-1-' ' ' LIBR RY CL B The Library Club began its year with initi- ations in November at which time nine new members Were admitted. In order to insure an active interest and participation in library Work the membership was limited to thirty. The Library Club joined other clubs in sponsoring the Cole Brothers Circus in the gym early in the fall. Its members used a portion of the profits to provide for the addition of a Wicker lounge in the library. Besides Workingat the desk, the members have assisted Miss Compitello in inventory, in discussions of popular books and in carrying out various other projects essential to library pro- cedure. Back Rofw: Miss Compitello, Church, Zona Front Rofw: Chubb, Salone. june Salone .... ...... P resident Darlene Chubb . . . - Vice-President Barbara Church . . . . . . Secretary Giovina Zona . . . . Treasurer Miss Compitello - - . . . . . Adfviser OFFICERS and ADVISERS Bark Rofw:.Griggs, Piscitelli, Irland, Farney, Gigliotti, Buck, Northurp, Annettan Third Rofw: Bevins, Riegel, Shirtz, Ma honey, Amidon, Nicandri, Galletti, Covert. Second Rofw: Cafaro, Helen Jones, Kanaley, Keach, Wade, Timmons, Phyllis jones, Mackin. Front Rofw: Morehouse, Zona, Salone, Chubb, Church, VanHouten. , 5 s aggy, WIC AND R0 GE DIRECTOR and OFFICERS Top: Miss McAllister, Director. Second Rofw: Roland Dowen, Vice-Presidentg James Ly- man, Treasurer. Front Row: Dina Frances- chi, President, Teresa Marsella, Secretary. Back Rofw Clark Lapomardo Bonaccl Carello Dark Landberg Rogers Saracmo Kreager Pioli,,Vona, Hibbard, Car- bone M Second Rofw Zettlemoyer Parks Ashbaugh Jorgensen DeStefano Carroll Maler, Hilbert, Wilson, Cline, Martin Lxlla. Mills F1rstRow Bolich Poole McMillan Dowen Franceschi Marsella Lyman, Carbone, R., Chubb, Yates Wig and Rouge, the dramatic Organlzatlon of Mynderse, started off the year under the capable leadership of their new adviser, Miss Ellen McAl- lister Officers were elected for the coming year and new members were initiated October 25 A new system for the meetings was devised whereby , A, g 5 a definite project havlng to do with dramatics was scheduled for each meeting. I f .V E-ii tsi . This furthered the aim of the club, which is to administer interest and skill . Q" K, in dramatics. ' fs 5 ii" L "'f i""' 1 'C ' Wig and Rouge and Chorus members combined their talents in the pro- duction of the Christmas pageant, Noel December 15 and 18. 1, The annual Sadie Hawkins dance, which as usual proved a great success, I, . t ,, A- .V ' - " ' was held in the spring. fi I Y Several members displayed their coaching ability when chosen to direct the I' .- .r vt .A ,, ff. .hai ' 'f A lj Frosh-Soph Play Tournament. , -I' J.,-,gi fd 2 -,M . . . . . if ' s .?.2f1's,f '52-il' . nf? , 2, The year was brought to a climax with the annual p1cn1c with the usual l,, , ... K , ' , , , , I fun and enjoyment. , . ,F "' 42 E IOR PLY Standing: Appell, Brown, Laude, Alford, Franceschi, Rogers, Ashley, Landberg, Noyes, Nugent, Hilbert, Co- vert, Martin, Kreager, Dark. Seated: Fahey, Carbone, Hol- land, DeStefano. Y' Professor and Mrs. McIntyre CLarry Fahey--Mary Carbonel have difficulties keeping George fErik Land- bergj ' romantically realistic, and diverting Terry QDina Franceschij from undesirable suitors, toward attractive, promising Brian CBrien Rogersj. a, mlm ran?-escb YM' e L6 Gian Carbone' erS 89 Roi!- gks. im 43 Lavabetgi Murphy, Baker' McMf11e,, UNIOR PL Y "Our Miss Brooks" CEthel McMillanj is the central Hgure of a delightfully humorous comedy. Between the antics of Ted CBill Bakerj, Jane CDonna Yatesj and Coach f Eugene Yeoj, the production' was hilarious. Back Rofw: Thorpe, Yeo, Marsella, Urquhart, DelRusso, Jorgensen, East- man, Bevins, Hughes, Murphy, Chubb, McMillen. Sealed: Cunningham, Yates, fBaker, Parks. Mr john C Fraser DIRECTOR THE BAN ew Oy CC dale R0 X, ugh gba herd MRMICY Ash gmam 1 ne b ne E HH Hubbard Efalslartxn Sars-Sgr, Mills mb WHY Annetta, Sa Xeafy' S. A2 fle DCXRUSSOYXCYHO Oy hellfii Noye i , C, MCC0 'dberm I Green many Watkinsxxlbauiicb, ggggrt Baker, E Back Rigunjiggf Millsgeglssad 6312333 Asbaug ' . james h . Rofv-I - A hbaug 1 Pgioii-bhenSkY1 S' AS The Band, composed of sixty members, is under the direction of Mr. John Fraser, assisted by Mr. Robert McCubbin. While the band is not as experienced as in other years, it is progressing rapidly. It played for the home football games in the fall. Representative Lynch and Governor Dewey were welcomed to town by the band. The annual band concert' which was held Tuesday, March 1, featured the solos of Nancy Ashbaugh and Jack Hubbard-. Competition Festival was held, April 27 and 28 at Canandaigua and all members attended. The band also played for such town functions as the Community Chest Drive and Memorial Day services. A German Band was organized and it played for Several home basketball games. The band manager is Robert Knight, who is assisted by Wells Smith. The librarian is Jane Mills, aided by Shirley Bears. 44 Mr. McCubbin, Mr. Smith INSTRUCTORS Middle I , Bakfif- xr- , Wyllxam an YMKS, I . Bevxilev .nehm-t, S0 . Simcfow' Ro.-wx RW KDE, . ' ni Comb, loel 2619. Zwiek. W0 lcolm Mc bee Bok? ' ll Whitin Glbbsiyxiri smifhjsiiietei, Blame ' 1 Lin D clay, 'ah' 0, ' , - MCNaney,S1x3iliivaIi, Deiiibilfciultonl Seman for Rr:z.e,, H T Row: Zwlilkv ' , Kauai L' This year, under the direction of Robert McCubbin, Mynderse maintains an orchestra of thirty musicians. This orchestra plays for Weekly assemblies and such school functions as the senior and junior plays. October 23 the orchestra had the pleasure of playing for three perform- ances of the James Cole circus. The orchestra assisted the Choral Club in the Christmas Pro- gram. Mynderse Academv was well represented at All-State Orchestra, November 3 and 4, sending seven musicians. Although several seniors will be lost by graduation 5 there will be good replacements. I 'EA F TQ! 42' -'pgafz Q - , KN Q 1 '-'13-si , Q 32 1, Back Row: McComb, Joel Serl'ing, Gibbs, Knight, J, Hubman, Agnello, jim Serl- ing, Noyes, Mills, Hubbard, McNaney, Shepherd, Irland, DelRusso, Watkins. Seated: Jorgensen, E. Hubman, Lind Sherwood, Smith, Forshee, Bears, Ashbaugh, McComb, Doyle, Martin. 45 dberg Key W L0P0m" L., Bears 1"'f""- ht, S. ack Rofw Descrexr ganifsth W Elzbbardmbb Glbyi inxihi-b0ne!VVeaver,lin.1E Under the direction of Miss Shutts, Varsity Choir, composed of juniors and seniors, carried out a heavy schedule planned for them. Nancy Noyes was selected as a delegate to the All-State Chorus at Syracuse on December second and third. ln conjunction with the Wig and Rouge, a Christmas pageant was presented December eight- eenth and twentieth. Several members of the chorus sang solos. The annual Spring Concert, presented April 13 was well received by both students and adults. The Chorus attended the Spring Festival at Canandaigua April 27 and 28 earning them- selves a good rating. The able officers elected at the beginning of the year were: President, Jack Hubbardg Vice-Pres- ident, June Saloneg Secretary, Nona Hollandg Treasurer, Wells Smithg Librarians, Joan Del- Russo, Darlene Chubb, Sue Knight, and Joan Parks. Lfhe accompanists are Nancy Noyes and Erik Land- erg. , T i i . 0. I 5 CHORAL CLUB Under the direction of Robert McCubbin, the Chor- al Club, composed of fresh- men and sophomores, success- fully presented a Christmas assembly and a spring con- cert. Its officers are Mary Olga Klandatos, president, Janette Lamuraglia, secre- tary-treasurer, William War- fle and Phyllis Bonacci, li- brarians. K 1 5 amuzzinoy T he White Eastman, Goodman,dlZHErelI,iugl1ts, Conley, ' 1 ang 9 ' . Ward Ingall I . , H. : T y, Sherman, Robinson : C bone, Wilson, ' H ll d, Piscite 1, l 3255, Rflitchii' SE11?:.e'r.5:,1if?. We fiiwr.Swf.::..iiz1a':haJsf00Ysf'if'01fa.bizzi'.nfl1-rifffg. ' u , ' , 1 . , 1 u 1 . TgElir,V1l7,IzH::fs1, Bfmacci' Sant?-al? Caliilaliiixiiziicigg Lamuragliail Igsllabeiglgixggjarkgrinstead, SIIHCIOPID nr n , ' 1 , ' ' De o , ' Ur u a . by Galletifl, 1 Warfle, fl Iliifdilciesi-icoliaciinngitta, Scibona. Front Rvw Serling, Cosentmo. GIRL Rozy- D Rgtlll' urnin: Fio . Bro an Galgano reihf L. S A. SFC 1 F101-eu.-' truble , d 1, G- 1 Sp f'f07lf Zlowiqlaffgi Wi1sbnwgs0.'f?nR. Srgiirf Mar, P Fa I A -., , ' 0 1 I 5 mv Urwm, files, Amid?-df Amidoizulof Marra ockwood Dnr J., Dear 1, A., AId1EeS6, Duonol , efler, Scorfyiiijirclorh egg Reese, aivflvucci, 1 Scy, Biownflny, Hug gellg 1 I. Marg Dun- ' house W JU OR HIGH J. Blaisdellf Knight, B. Meeks, P. Wallace, M. Amidon, R. Van Houten, J. Disinger, G. Cunningham, F. Jones, M. Hicks, B. Koch, D. Morehouse. Third Rofw: A. Torrellas, B. Kirker, E. Koch, G. Platten, C. Burtless, J. Frantz, N. Houst, M. Amidon, B. Schartzer, L. Nicandri, J. Ashbaugh, D. Harris, B. Haywood, B. Stone, B. Bates. Semnd Rofw: R. Turkett, L. Bellomo, J. Sherwood, B. Sullivan, D, Palandro, R. Pollard, M. Swinehart, H. Conkey, B. Baker, W. Hartman, M. Burke. R. Thorpe, L. Smith, C. Wilson, J. Lewis, C. Van Epps. Front Rofw: C. Bennett, J. Jacoby, G. Wolfe, L. McMillen, C. Hoff, J. Salerno, J. Cafaro, D. Morehouse, J. Moulton, R. Meyers. ' CHOIR The Girls' Choir, led by their president, Marianne Scott, is un- der the direction of Miss Gladys Shutts. The forty-five girls took part in both the Christmas Pageant and the Spring Con- cert. CHGRUS Junior High Chorus, divided in- to separate seventh and eighth grade glee clubs which performed as one group, sponsored a Christmas' perform- ance. They spec- ialized this year on folk songs and gave a concert. Howard Conkey, Pres. Seventh Grade, Bob Baker, Pres. EighthGradeg Patty Hauf, Sec. Treas. Seventh Grade 5 Caroline Burtless, Sec. Treas. E i g h t h Grade. Back Rafw: Campbell, Verzillo. Second Rofw: Pioli, Landberg, Mrs. Seld, Adviser. Front Rofw: Jorgensen, Seeley. President du Cercle ...... Erik Landberg President du Consul --.... John Campbell Minstre sans Portefeuille ------ Louis Pioli Minstre de L'Ecriture .... Lillian Jorgensen Ministre des Finances .... Elizabeth Seeley Ministre des Programes -. Donald Verzillo T 'I' -T -l e . - ' I .VA . , 3 f"'." m ' LE CERCLE FRA CAI le Cercle Francais, consisting of thirty-eight members, the largest number in several years, initiated six new members this year. They held noon hour dances for several months. The main project of the year was the making of puppets and the production of shows in French for club members and for French classes. The stage for these puppets was made by the Industrial Arts Department. The puppets were made and dress- ed by the club members and -French classes. On the social s'ide, the picnic held at Enfield Glen was thoroughly enjoyed. Pins were received at the June banquet which was held at the Armitage. Sage Pannucci, 113123353 flkigr-don! 'iH?36e:'g'3HQ-gens k Row! 1 U 5 a , ' -yy a ggiond Roq5G.S?:::n,Fl:2r1f lilies-Lu: CamPbell, Pio 1 Reynoldil ' ' en, verzmw -f-' ' .W Kreagey, lxtvnr -fs fancy Wllsurny ---, Ya, DeStC MeR23F?XEfsaaBwWM Karen f CIE CE CL This year the Science Club, supervised by Mr. Marshall, discussed current science, gave simple demonstrations and performed experi- ments of interest to young scientists. The meetings were held every second and fourth Thursday of each month. The new members were required to make a report on some aspect of science as part of the initiations. The winter season was high-lighted by a party held at Stanton School, February 17. The group also co-sponsored the Cole Brothers Circus for the purpose of entertaining students, and raising funds for the club. The last event of the year was the picnic at Cayuga State Park-a gala event to climax the year's festivities. 15' - 'rt-Q' . IQ- K A if Vlll ' ,HTH H1533 N' 3 I ' 49 OFFICERS Second Rofw: DeStefano, Sisson, Ashley, Front Row: Marshall, Adviser, Brown, Bove, John B1-Qwn . . . ...... President Bill Sisson ..... . . Vice-President Mary A, Ashley . . ..... Serretary Phylis Destefano . . . - - Treasurer Kevin Bove ..... . . Curater Mr, Marshall . . . . . . Adviser Back Rofw Holland Farrell Kirker Sabatml, Brown, Mackin, Kanaley. Malone, Lilla. Second Rofw: Grinstead, Staple- ton Williams Galletti Wilson Swan Giglio, Marshall, Ludovico, DeSanto, Robinson, Sisson. Front Rafw: Bohensky, Karen Bove Potter Miss Miller Kevm Bove, Howland, Bishop. The Latin Club, directed by Miss Miller with the aid of Shelia Potter and Kevin Bove as head consuls, emphasized the singing of Latin songs and the translating modern lyrics into Latin. The aim of the .members was the promotion of interest and understanding of the language and the people and adapting Latin to modern living. They climaxed their year With their colorful Roman banquet. In the fall, the Hearth Club with Miss Cardwell as adviser and Gerry Rush as junior adviser, elected Delores Tanghe, presi- dent, Betty McCann, vice-president, Sylvia Goodman, secretaryg Shirley Scibona, treasurer. Club projects inclugied a luncheon and a Christmas party. These carried out the aim of the organization to foster homemaking ability. The group was disbanded in December because of conflicting ac- t1v1t1es. Bark Rofw Rush McCann Williams Meeks Jacoby, Clapper, Twist. Front Rofw: Scibona, Walters, Dejohn, Goodman, iii. -.W....,W.s,,.Ns.A.s,s.,,..T...,.,a.w,., ,. ...mf .,... ,,....,..- ..,, . ,......,..,..,.'.u....,W .,..,a....i,.,,.......M.- Headed by their president, Anna Marie Andreasg Vice-president, I David Beerseg secretary, Mary Lilla, and treasurer, Lillian Jorgen- A C A T H sen, Acanthus opened their activity schedule this year equipped with new drawing desks. ' Their projects under Miss Trulan's direction included producing several hundred place mats for the Veterans' hospitals, the designing and printing of a calendar illustrating each month of the year, the sponsorship of the Cole Brothers circus for the benefit of several clubs, and their assistance with Open House School Night. . Bllckv . Ktmmex' tis Back Row' gi Har ' K0h0Ufy ME?L1e5e'. SWMW' APPEH' M155 amen, Row' Adviser? img Lina, Robmson lan, Beers-C, Rrght Wolf Andreas t0 Meeks ck: Milhs. :P Beersey Cra a SDH, .H Wauace, Haml ' PumCY1 e , hy n na Pr Koi, Asbaughv M-EMITX? rider'- 1 l r i UNIOR ACA TH S is K, Junior High art enthusiasts make up the Junior Acanthus which -N f Q is under the direction of Miss Grace Miller. Since' art has become a ,M . . . ,f QF X required subject in the grades, many students have taken an added 3 'V , interest in this creative Held. In r-ff"fii' ji ' The main project of the Junior Acanthus was the making of Q X Q p puppets from paper mache. Many different shapes of heads were A Q ig , molded from this substance by the members, and then painted various - L - T colors. Thus the members gained new knowledge in the field of art ' " ' through this project. 51 Rossi, Carbon' d e Urquhaftyd MrS.VVilS0U1 We g W3 es - d 35: 4iLf L-pr, Maglll' ftgzfi-lit. Church' Beersel , .,,. at IUNIOR RED CROSS AMER CL B The members of the Cam- era Club under the direction of Mr. Becker elected the following officers for the year: president, James Ro- meog vice-president, Anthony Marconig secretary, David E. Rogers, and treasurer, Cecil Decker. During the year, slides and films on photography were shown. All the members entered a photography contest spon- sored by the Microphone, Miss Jacobs in charge elected the following officers for the year: president Barbara Churchg vice-president, David Beerseg secretary, Beverly Wadeg treasurer, Mary Lou Knight. One of the main projects for the year was the filling of gift boxes for displaced persons overseas. Thank-you letters were received from Germany, and Japan. The Canandaigua Veterans' Hospital was the recipient of many useful articles made by the Junior Red Cross. Back Rofw: Swan, Hubman, Brown, Congden, Yeo, Sanderson, Front Row: Decker, Romeo, Mr. Becker, Adviserg Marconi, Rogers. 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A ""fJ22'. it .,.. 4f'J .4 .5 '- J 'A ,sir l .-- , .v . v THLETI 1 'N qi' Q ,- - ,f-. , JST, p. CHEERLE DER We're gonna shine up our shoes And dust off our collars All for Mynderse stand up and hollar Yay ! Mynderse The Junior Varsity, directed by Miss Clark and Miss Shutts, Worked hard this year, for these future Varsity leaders with their peppy cheers have done much to aid the Jay Vee teams in their successes. The squad has been active with the Varsity in many of their 'projects and at- tended the annual banquet for cheer at the end of the year. UNIOR VAR,lTY LDQC5 X 60,2005 fe, TX X 0122. 66 7' 15' 4 'Q' '96 011 as 0 fc 55' '30 'Q ' 6' 72' fly, 1Q,Q ft,?6g sz, too Z Q' To if 01, 101, QI. Foe am ' 650. 0 QM oo. oo, Q,-OS, P J 'lboijfqx' 9 ac? 66 We . Qaqlfkqq ,Poi dike- . twa aff as Extra! Extra! Read all about it! We've got a team and we"re proud to shout about itg We're ruffg We're tuff, We're hard to blulfg So M. A.! M. A.! Strut your stuff! RSIT Under the guidance of Miss Clark and Miss Shutts, the cheerleaders have done an excellent job this year. Mynderse Was repre- sented at the cheerleading clinic in Penn Yan by two varsity girls. The topic under discussion Was the selection. of yells. Poor sportsmanship was discussed by the group as a whole. The annual cheer- leaders' banquet-was held at the Armitage. FOOTBALL 6 Vvgixnllz Xfbtxgtall' 1' ,561 Q99 ' aw '56 e 6' Od Odin Bilge' 9256, f Ssoeiooq Xmgyeii 93K 5696 X, ect, 90 Ao, c ' eff ' of Qfavizoifaihagglwgiignsooo N ,ff - . CO. Q . X QXQE y Q XXW qqix 3,9 l I Y ,X iobwiilew igvlioixiflgj cava , 4, vgoCoqqag0dEi:i09.f5rg0ccx y . . . fy 6eec,XO9e'l 694 ogy Wh Ccogxixgzil gdilq egttadxgo gtaxgei. f ,b5kei23x,:14 Gila Q 1291 25259, gogfl e0 I , apzvleig, qqgsoomegx. Pygodqoo, M go Mg. vote 450- Q90 i A l ., , Koo 1 g I ,- Bgi,9o0X?0f2sfo?p3'5?'X,0f9Qe09e . ' . ' Football Scores: G l il' ' 9' , 'i X . . gigvfic S502-351956 ' . ' ' Baldwmsvllle 13 M. A. 19 000569151 5 Ja" A Holy Family 12 M. A. 24- 960 ' A 'i - Palmyra 0 M. A. 37 gg V if .-'jf it U W , I Penn Yan 12 M. A. 30 4bt4ff ! ,flQ.,', 1, A Clyde 12 M. A. 0 1421: ' "l v Y- 45w,m,g:A1 V Lyons 7 E' "V 5 W' ' lH ,,fq.m-. 1,4 ., - " DeSales 13 M. A. 26 -'--5' " it Waterloo 13 M. A. 7 S , lf 'ki i A Pele., COACHES and CAPTAINS .. . . 'A ' i,5Jii"l'1l' "IQ 1 'WiVf"K i s Bourdon, Coachg Giovannetti, Co-Capt. Davis, Masterson, Coaches. The varsity football team, under the expert coaching of Mr. Davis, head coach, Mr. Masterson, Mr. Scutt, and Mr. Bourdon, the assistant coaches, opened the football season by -rolling up four straight victories before meeting their defeat by powerful Clyde. The Myndersians bounced back from their defeat to hand a surprised Lyons eleven a 60-7 drubbing. Following this victory, they de- feated the DeSales eleven .and then prepared for the traditional battle with Waterloor, who were competitors With' Mynderse for the leagueis second spot. Waterloo Won the game and thus held the second place along with Mynderse. The Mynders- ian's successful record is largely due to the seniors on the team. Those to be lost by graduation include Don Galgano, and co-captains Dick Giovanetti and Mickey Schaertl. 56 Coached by Mr. Stanley Marshall, the 195051 Myn- derse Blue Devils had a season's record of five wins and eleven losses. This year's record was a slight improve- ment over last year's, both in respect to games won and points scored. Great improvement in play was noted even though Mynderse had the shortest team in the league. Chick Sinicropi, captain for the year, was also the team's leading scorer, establishing a new scoring record for Mynderse with two hundred and twelve points. Leaving this year will be Sinicropi, Schaertl, Saracino, Giovanetti, and Dursog but the nucleus of varsity vet- erans remaining, augmented by seasoned Jay Vees, should insure a better season next year. Varsity Scores 1950-51 Clyde 37 M. A. 38 Lyons 43 M. A. 41 Waterloo 39 M. A. DeSales 63 M. A. IYICG1- Newark as M. A. E'ghm:gi'MfgaCb, Jay V Canandaigua 44- M. A. agen ee: Marshajl Penn Yan 37 M. A. C , Coach? Lyons 52 M. A. Waterloo 59 M. A. M- Geneva 53 M. A. Clyde 45 M. A. Rs DeSales 46 M. A. Geneva 57 M. A. Newark 64 M. A. Canandaigua 58 M. A. Penn Yan 54 M. A. VAR .ITY Top Row: Saracino, Palumbo, Olsowski. Second Rofw: Qchaertl, Giovanetti, Pannucci, Caraccilo, Lyman, Durso. Front Rofw: SIIIICFUPI, Captaing Coach Marshall. Yates, Smith, Garnsey, Howes, Sherwood, Cosentino, Brunskill, Irland, Rogers, Mr. McGrath., Coach. J. V. BASKETBALL The Mynderse Jay Vee squad finished the sea- son with a seven-nine win and loss record. Cy Garnsey was high scorer for the season with one hundred and fourteen points. The scores were: Clyde 32 M. A. 31 Waterloo 54 M. A. 40 Lyons 18 M. A. 35 Geneva 53 M. A. 23 Waterloo 46 M. A. 43 Clyde 51 M. A. 38 DeSales 28 M. A. 49 Desales 26 M. A. 49 Newark 19 M. A. 21 Geneva 33 M. A. 46 Cdga. 45 M. A. 34 Newark 31 M. A. 23 Penn Yan 37 M. A. 58 Cdga. 41 M. A. 33 Lyons 26 M. A. 40 Penn Yan 58 M. A. 38 TENNIS Lacking time for practice as a result of a late spring, the varsity tennis team was unprepared for an eight game schedule consisting of matches with Geneva, Canandaigua, Waterloo and Penn Yan. Meeting with little success in checking their op- ponents' winning streaks, the team, however, grew more experienced as the season wore on. Mr. Smith, the varsity tennis coach, anticipates the re- turn of three lettermen as well as the addition of new players from a Jay Vee team, formed during the past season. With these varsity players, the prospects are good for a better season in 1951. T915 la FOFSII ee' 58 Baz: om: Mr, Smith, Co achi Landberg, KM ghfl Watkins TR CK During the 1950 season, a rising enthus- iasm was noted for this new yet old sport at Mynderse by a large attendance of par- ents and students at meets. Coached by Mr. Cooley, the team participated in dual meets with Canandaigua, Newark, Geneva, Penn Yan, and Waterloo. Also, Mynderse was represented in the Geneva Relay Carnival, Finger Lakes League Meet and the Section V Meet at Rochester. Seven athletes worked their way to the most important clash, the sectionals. They were co-captains Staudmyer and Reardon, Hubbard, Carpenter, Yeo, Congdon, and Olsowski. Lost through graduation were Reardon, Krantz, Carpenter, and Russo. Track prospects for 1951 are good. The team will be coached by Mr. Davis. ff' 1 ,lvl-224' ""' -s ff f 'Q Q 5 Q, .-.. "T 5 ' 'fl Q , gg ,A , lip .2313-'N ' - ' ' 5 Q K., age, .a . Ref? lf ff' i Frank Cooley, Coach 5 Thomas Cunningham, Jack Hubbard, Captain Manager. Back Rofw: Dark, Manager, Brunskill, Decker, Lafler, Krantz, Congden, Russo Shepherd, Yeo, Smith, Mr. Cooley, Coach. Second Rofw: Laude, Saracino, Vergammi Hubbard, Staudmyer, Reardon, Cherchia, Olsovvski, Carpenter, J., Meyers. Front Row Hibbard, Carpenter, F., Cunningham, Irland, Reynolds. 5 1 RECORD - 1950 Canandaigua Newark Penn Yan Waterloo Geneva Geneva Sectional Eight participated Rochester Sectionals Lost Won Lost Lost Lost 3 rd i n Standing: Masterson, Coachg Bgrse, l3evins, Sinicropi, Hughes, Durso, Desmond, Caraccilo, E., Addona, Verzillo, Yates. Seated: Baker, Rogers, Carello, Garnsey, Pan- nucci, Caraccilo, D., Lorenzetti, Dowen, Giovannetti, 13355132111 Scores-1950 ' ' P . . . ' " 'f.?Z"rl Hlumbo P9035 xCl1fton Springs O M. A. 4 L.. 'Q Alumni 0 M. A. 5 ' H iNewark 7 M. A. 15 f' ' ' Canandaigua 2 M. A. 0 rp Geneva 11 M. A. 1 A Waterloo 3 M. A. 1 f Penn Yan 4 M. A. 3 xHoly Family 5 M. A. 8 1' 213,52 B A E B A L L Newark 4 A. 8 Canandaigua 3 M. A. 1 P Y' 7 if W"N" Waterloo 5 M. A. 3 Penn Yan 4 M. A. 8 f - Geneva 9 M. A. 0 x Non-league The varsity baseball team placed themselves in the league race by downing Newark High after two non-league victor- ies. Then, after meeting defeat by a Canandaigua nine, the Myndersians seesawed between the winning and losing lists. The season ended with the team's holding a total of six Wins and seven losses. ln all of the games, stellar pitching by Pannucci, Lorenzetti, and Carello proved a decisive factor. The "big guns" of the team were Caracillo, Hughes and Dowen. Caracillo, with an average of .378, walked away with the highest batting average award and was voted the most valuable player. The team's successful record is a fine example of Coach Masterson's wise instruction. McGrath, Coachg Peone, Managerg Giovannetti, Captaing Masterson, Coach. 60 ATHLETIC ASSOCI TI The Athletic Association is a new service club in Mynderse this year. It is composed of the Stu- dent Council vice-president and one member from each senior-high class. The purpose of the Athletic Association is to prepare each year a budget of ex- penses for the athletic programs of Mynderse Academy and to assist in keeping the records of these annual expenditures for athletic equipment. 61 Lombardo, Garnsey Mr Cooley Adviser Brunsk BLOCK M ! , Block li, with Nlr. Cooley as adviser, started the year by initiating their eleven new members and then proceeded to elect the following officers: president, Richard Giovannettig vice-president, Don Galgano 5 secretary, Dominick Caracillog and treasurer, Cyrus Garnsey. The next activities on the agenda were a jolly sleigh ride in December, with girls as guests, and a formal dance on March 31. Block M. sponsored the printing of the football and basketball programs. It also assisted in securing the new basketball scoreboard in the gym and helped to co-sponsor the VVaterloo pep rally. Near the end of the year, the club held a picnic which focused everyone's attention upon good food and fun. 62 Th G.A.A. is a fairly new organization which was organized four GIRL ' e years ago in Nlynderse. Its members have already proved themselves to be a very capable and useful group. The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to promote sportsman- ship, to provide for a program directing sports activities, and to spread interest 0 ' in girls' athletics around the school. G.A.A.'s thirty-three members 'Were selected on a competitive basis of sportsmanship, ability, cooperation, scholarship, and active participation in sports. lnitiations were held in the gym early in the fall. The club started a successful year with election of the following officers: president, Nona Holland, vice-president, Esther Nicandrig secretary, llrlary Olga.Klandatos, and teasurer, Janet Oakes. ' This group invited high-school girls from Clyde Central School for a volleyball playday in December. Refreshments and entertainment were en- joyed by everyone. - For the first time this organization has sponsored various girls' sports X A activities including bowling, tumbling, and ping-pong. . I f Their annual dance was held in March in the gym. A most entertalnlng program Was planned by the various members. Extra awards are to be given in June for those girls who have shown special ability in certain sports. ' - bl d' ection of their a new adviser, Miss Clark. G.A.A. has had a most successful year under the capa e 1r fi .Q ..'. I, 4f'i'il'F .A fmivx ii A ,LR 0, ll' 1 tai? was fl: R. L X wtf, lll , Q -E2 S5 Bark Ro-w: Ashley, Oakes Lockwood, Knight, Sullivan Martin. Fourth Rofw: Spano, L. Fiorelli, Ferrara, Gigliotti, Kanaley, Nicandri, Klan- datos. 63 Third Rofw: G. Fiorelli, Lombardo, Miss Clark, Ad- viserg Sabatini, Taber. Sef- ond Rofw: Thorpe, Covert, Marsella, Poole, Rossi. First Rolwz Kenny, Yates, Bishop. Taber. Back: Rossi, Ashbaugh. PING PONG Left to Right: Forjone, Morehouse, Lindsey, Cla A CIR GIRLS' TENNIS Bark Rofw: Ferrara, Salerno. Serond Rofw: Tanghe, Defler, Cline. Front Rofw: Bishop. BASKETBALL Marion Waters, central VOLLEYBALL ACTION BASKETBALL ENTHUSIASTS 64- GIRLS VOLLEY BALL Ha y Pxscxt 1 L1lla Szmcropx POR T ry- , ASEE 18,5 B L GX BAL. 5 MED Row- Vw' han. TRAMPOLINE Left lo Right: Wilson, Rossi, Mills Smith, DiSanto. In the air, Sou Bafk Rofw: Bishop Clme, Salerno. Front Rofw: Fer- acll PAAQKCXM R010 1 6 56355, Front Reese. 4 Q KU- ff S 'iwfow' L 'Q Z on L llol A ik , ,-y", , . ' I fgf f yiifl 1 K A , .1 ,VVV. K! ,V.- A V: E Left to Rzght. Amldon, Urvvm, Annetta, Wllson, Sullxvan. BOWLING Left to Right. S1 mone, Nugent Un backgroundj, Bears, Hibbard. ARCHERY TOUCH FOOTBALL- JUNIOR HIGH-Left Right: Burke, Cafaro, Baker, Amidon, Fiorelli, Caraccilo. BUY ' PORT INITRAMIJ RAL BASKETBALL BQWLERSJY 'QW age! Cam? SENIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL-Left to Right: Garnsey, Carello, Lorenzetti, Eno, Caraccilo, Addona, Hibbard. no X Gxg Ilreager YWWO x SENIOR HIGH BASKETBALL CHAMPS Back Rofu. Dowen Desmond Front Rofw Galgano, Exghmey Hubbard 'J'-N 1W1W' '1II' ' Fi TUMBLIXG-Hibbard, Galgano' SENIOR Campbeu, Egusimano, IQIRCH F007-BA Jman- Yates son' EDO, Hibba if . I' , TUMBLING-Forshee Takes Uff BOY' ' PORT BALL PS tra, ett, lli, lon, 1an, ke 'zteri HIGH Q1 Team's Inspiration Trampm on the trampolme Espflf 5' Cows Suspense The eyes have it Good Action i ,,V7 -Q KW 'L X fm f"-L-",w:Q .w -- uf, K A ,1,,f1, 1.-1-15 ,. ,, 1 I ' ' - ' iff k"' ff " vdcgsfwa ' rg, , f "5 K - um. 1 1. f,feLus,:ss1 gms? i K nm... f . ,1 We -: f my .wif 5. ff ,X A.VX . A .M grbv as g QM? ,L x ' zffeiggigfgg' . ., Qu fvf.,f.f1w2g,L , Nw ,L ..,.. ,MW , ma fa z ,Q .v 2' Syl' 5. 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Lf .- 'V 453225 iyl 2 1 1 9'-k,E ,,' k 1:1 fwi af if 2-29, , . if' in W' :S M. 2' , ,QSESQQ wmv: -. 11' ww 95' MN? ,, L , 3 us ,wg 1 WJ ff -Q20 :gs 'ww 5 W W ix MQ? Wim. N Q wld wi Q,-nm ,. 5-1, rm I-Swilkli. 'i' "1'i':',isfi1-'flm was 'ev 15 V Ex X, am- :QV fr' wg i, - ff- 'ffm ,A,, 5"Q.33f.?i'f?Li1'w" 75 7444 LZTQZ' k'ff',lfL 1 smwzfffwfyii. was fa: ag 52, Q at , 5 Wai! 'f - 1 ?51,z22SM5." .,,' Q ' ' H2352 ',g!.' Z 3455 WL 'QSM f ,1 A mai?" gimp". A 55-wgwszf ,LSQW ,Wg 13? rg ffiffif. Q55 uf dwg WW gfwfjjwi . Complimenlrs of THE BOARD OF EDUCATION SENECA FALLS, N. Y. I Complimerws of CEB AND GARVAN Compliments of GOULDS PUMPS INC. Seneca Falls, N. Y. Worldl's largesl rnanulaclurer ol pumps exclusively Best Wishes to the Class of I95l WILLIAM D. ROYCE Insurance - Real Es'ra're Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Seneca Falls, N. Y. 73 Compliments of SENECA FALLS MACHINE CO. JOHN BELLARDINO, INC. Compliments of DR. ANGELO ROMEO Congratulations to the Members of ihe I95I Class o1CMynderse Academy Red Jacke+ VoIun+eer Fire Depar+men+ and Auxiliary Cayuga Lake 74- Compliments of Compliments of N U H N ' S STEWART'S RESTAURANT Gulf Service S+a'I'ion 69 Fall S+ree+ 20 Cayuga Sl'ree'I' Seneca Falls, New York Compliments Greetings to Each and of fhf Everyone of you Capilal Finance Corpora+lon J. E. O'Brien, Mgr. Jack Schwarlzer, Assl: Mgr Rose Mary Rooclman. Cashier Compliments SENECA KNITTING MILLS CO., INC. 75 Compliments of M 0 R E H 0 U S E Boats, Boat Livering and Restaurant Lake Road Compliments of Compliments THE LOYAL ORDER OF Of fha THE MOOSE LODGE - NO. 544 SENECA FALLS FlREMEN's Seneca Falls, N. Y. Association, Inc. Compliments of Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS VAN DlTTo's 0, 195, Van Ditto Moving and Trucking Compliments of Sinicropfs Red and White Food Store Congratulations, Class ot I95I I8 Rumsey Street Phone 300 76 r For Fine Jewelry ROBINETTE-J EWELER N Sp., """'S ii-we Q-.M-N-1. nuttin : .gf . . ' W ,, if-f51r4'eif?i52:1z5 . '2 W . ' Y- . -., ,',--ipm., - . . -ww, '.r,'',.9.Ti:W'G."-.T,4'uj24'Ze'q' U 33- l a Q' " ':. '-' tg. ---5-'J.,.'T4-71.-gg, vyjjf , 1 .' . ... , ,N 1- .I lil Z1 li M 'P'-' fy -be-ON 'af- .,, "" 'i'f-"- ' WV.-" iw i 1 ,Z SHE. 99341 .- "--. - '-L ' -'gl em, 'n 5 'ik -552qZ4rf2.lgffa.vi'f,viA ,, - ., A .-, . y , --,..,..:.-.. wm5.,..v ,. .. ., ' - . ew, Xe. 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AuBuRN's Leading Deparimeni- S+ore The Sfore where you buy more for less money Compliments of PETE and FRANK'S Resfaurani' Bridge S+ree'I' Under New Managerneni' FRANK KUKIELA Compliments of Sou+h Side SANDWICH SHOP Compliments of EAST MOTOR CO. 2I S+a+e Sfreei' Seneca Falls, N. Y. 'A' Dodge PIymouI'I1 Dodge Job - Raied Trucks HADLEY'S HARDWARE PLUMBING SPORTING GOODS Phone I2 Seneca Falls, N. Y Compliments Uf DOYLE 81 MIDEY Compliments of SENECA PRESS PUBLISHING Co., lncorporafed 'A' Dislinclive Prlnllng and Hallmark Greellng Carcls A Complele Slrock of McGregor Sportswear for Men Slaclcs - Sporl Shirts - Jaclcels - Swealrers "EGBERTS" Auburn Arrow Shirts Stetson Hats Hickey-Freeman Cloflnes ln+erwoven Hose 'lr Complirnents of s.M.s. soclETY ir Compliments of SENECA NOVELTY CO. lncorpora+ed Manu'Fac+urers of SENCO School Rulers Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of Seneca Falls Dry Cleaning Company Phone 246 Compliments Best Wishes to of The Roberf J. Howland, D.D.S Class of '51 DITOTTO, FLORIST Ar+is+ic and Modern Flower Arranging Compliments of Delivery Anywhere Ryan Furnilure Co., Inc. BASTIAN BROS. CO. Roc:-iEsTER, New YCRK Manufacfurers of High School and College Pins and Rings Engraved Commencemenl lnvilalions Announcemenls and Personal Carols GEORGE KILLIP Rochesfer, New York Dis'I'ric+ Manager 80 Compliments LT. CYRUS GARNSEY, 3rd POST NO. I323 Ladies' Auxiliary and War Dads Build 1'he Wrighi' Way BOB WRIGHT Pos'I' OFFice Box 383 Seneca Falls, N. Y. Best W ishes to Shop: 7 Ches'I'nu'l' Sf. Phone I97-W ' The Class of 1951 Comflfmfnff of NoLAN's SHOE sToRE THE CARIBOU Fine Foods Legal Beverages Phone 49 Sfevenson S+. 878-J Seneca Falls, N. Y. 81 B W' h h eg! is es to t e Compliments of ass of 1951 PARADISE RESTAURANT H' W' KN:i:HT 8K SCN Joseph V. Alongl, Prop. Seneca Fans N Y "chef" ' ' ' MEYER FLOWER SHOP Compliments of I46 Fall Sfreef cRAYToN's DRUG sToRE Phone 99I Congralulalions ancl Besl VVis,l'1es lo The Class of l95I ,5:AeDNgfQjrEfos A gl ' From lhe THE BEACON MILLING CO., INC. Cayuga, N. Y. Beacon Feeds and Beacon Service A Greaf Comblnalion 82 Compliments Of BROTAN'S Quality Clothiers Since 1925 Compliments of PETER M. DCRAN FURNITURE Funeral Direcfor Harris Home and Aul'o Supply Tires. Ba++eries, Recapplng, Repairing Goodyear Tires and Tubes Compliments Of THE ROTARY CLUB Your Local Markel' Baskei' Fine Food Slore ir There is no finer place To live, Than in 'rhe good old U.S.A. 83 Compliments o SHERIDAN OIL COMPANY Dislribulors of Allanlic Pelroleum Proolucls C0mPlfmef1ff of SANDERSON FLOWER SHOP WELLS W. PERKINS Tel. 952 "Flowers for all occzmons 0 Qualify Foods Compliments of +l1e 0 Cheerleaders Mary Ann Birdy Dina Carol School Supplies Nona Slwirly Teresa Ann Marie Belly Cha rlo++e Jane Mary Jane Donna Bev Olga Joanne 84- Congratulations to the Members of the 1951 Class of IVIYNDERSE ACADEMY THE SENECA FALLS SAVINGS BANK Seneca Falls, New York SMITH and PEARSON, INC. Since 1870 HARDWARE KAISER-FRAZER WI'1oIesaIe - Reiail Plumbing and Heaiing Milling Supplies CLIPPER CRAFT HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX Universiiy SI'yIe CIo'II'ies DOWD - LEO'S I27 Genesee S+. Auburn, N. Y. IThe Cars of Tomorrow, Toda BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '51 K. B. MOTOR CO AR OIS In Ga An I I I I C Us s H A N N o N s SUPER MARKETS Qualify Meals and Groceries Ouhcillers Io Mynderse Men Congratulations to the Class of 1951 Q Best Wishes Telephone 49I 25 Bridge SI'reeI' To ' The com of 1951 Telephone I075 50 Eas'r Bayard Sfreel U Telephone I2I 22 Daniels SI'ree+ Sl16hI"l0I'l'S ClO'l'l1BS Sl1Op Compliments of SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRGDUCTS INC. TELEVISION PICTURE TUBE PLANT 'A' SENECAI FALLS, N. Y. 86 Compliments l of WESTCOTT RULE CO. Incorporated Compliments of STORY ancl STRONG THE Hafdwafe SENECA couNTY Neil McClymon+ CO' Compliments of Seneca Falls, New York 87 SENECA FALLS I'-IAS EVERYTHING including CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILIJAC AND "McMAI-IONIZED" Used Cars SENECA IVIUTOR CO. Comp li New Fashions for the Junior Miss I ments of K gf 3-5-7 STATE STREET ROSE FRANCIS Aulunn. vo. v. 3-5-7 S+a+e S+ree+ Auburn, N. Y. S+op firsi' in Auburn for Good OuaIi'Iy ' I1 Ju ' S I' Compliments of CIo+I1es 'ro surf I' e . mor . . . mar Miss and Ma+ron GERTRUDE HERRQN MILO H. SAHLER. D.DS I47 Genesee S+. Auburn, N. Y. I 88 Keep An Eye On Your Eyes M. W. SCHULMAN Opfomeirisi' Phone 799 Above A 8: P Compliments of William J. Malone D D S Comfliments of REBA.S FAS'-HQNS Seneca Falls Typewruler Exchange "Every Fashion For MiIady" I2 S+a+e Sheeil "On your way to Sch Compliments of THE STATE BANK OF SENECA FALLS, N. Y. I I4 Years of Banking Service 89 Success and Happiness to the CLASS OF 1951 Be-nevolen+ and Pro+ec+ive Order of Elks SENECA FALLS LODGE NO. 992 SUTTERBY and SON PHOTOGRAPHERS I Seneca Falls Sfubbs Lumber Co., Inc. Johns-Manvalle Service Cen+er 27 S1'a+e Sfreef Seneca Falls, N. Y. STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS O SENECA CLOTHING COMPANY Seneca Falls,'N. Y. O FREEMAN SHOES INTERWOVEN SOCKS l l l l l l Congratulations to The Class Of 1951 May The Good Luck Thai Brought You Through To Graduation Be With You Always l KIRK-CASEY POST' NU. 366 l l AMERICAN LEGION l l l l Compliments of Compliments of l Your Besi' Aclveriising Medium TAILORS CLEANERS PRESSERS Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 81 Insurance Ex er+s w. T. GRANT P 87 Fall S1'ree'l' Shand Theafer Building Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of SENECA FALLS REVEILLE Berkeley Square Suits J k SENECA FALLS SALES co. oc ey Underwear lncorpora'l'ed "Ford Dealers Since 1927" FORD II3-I I5 Fall S'l'ree+ Phone 5l-W Sales and Service Seneca Falls, New York '26 Fall S+. phone 24 Continuous Success, Compliments, of Students BEAUTY SHOPPE LUMBER and BUILDING Walerloo Phone 325 SUPPLIES S A N D E R S O N ' S Funeral Directors Established l829 Ambulance Service Phone 360 92 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INTERNIATIONAL TRUCK FRED L. HUNTINGTON INC. Modern Garage FRED MAIER 8. soNs to The Class of 1951 Building IvIaI'eriaIs Blue Coal - Glass Building Blocks Lyle D- Vaneorder Pre-Fabricaled Houses VAN GORDER PHARMACY I95 Fall SI'ree+ Phone 2 Good luck from 0 I' "mP'm'f of wARD's CANDY si-lop C O O L E Y S 49 Fall Sireei' Wallpape' and Pam SIOI-e Ice Cream - "DeIiciousIy Di1CFeren'r" 34 Fall s+ree+ Phone 226 M Candy - "We Make I+" FOUNTAIN SERVICE Compliments Of I. SOUHAN and SONS INC. Phone 59I W 93 When in Need ol Furnilure, Floor Coverings or Draperies TRY WAIT'S FIRST Also Complele Decoralive Service THE H. R. WAIT CO. Auburn's Largest lvlosl Complelrely Slroclced and Besl' Equipped Home Furnishing Eslalolishmenl' Main S'I'ore Slove SI'ore 77-83 Genesee S+. 22 Dill S+. Used Furnilure and Anliques 24-26 Clark Srreel Upholslering and Furnifure Repairs Now ar Main Slore HIGH SCHOOL FELLOWS If you want Real Quality Clothes-Suits, Slaclcs, Sport Outits-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 'ro M A R S H A L L ' S Clolhing S'I'ore l3l Genesee S+ree+ Auburn's Leading Slore lor Men and Boys MASTEN SUPPLY CO. Farm Equipmen+ Home Appliances 'Kingdom Bridge and I02 Fall S+. Phones 760-999 Compliments of M A N G E L S l45 Genesee Auburn, N. Y Complimenls ol BEN NEAL BUICK INC. Congratulations to the C105-Y of 1951 Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 Seneca Falls Council No. 222 KNIGI-:Ts OF COLUMBUS THE BULLOCK 5TUD'0 Busy Fall Sfreel'-Hearl' of lhe Shopping Disfricf 95 Compliments of GEORGE L. AYERS 38 Miller St. Compliments of FLORENCE M. GIBBS Opposite Entrance to Gould Hotel BYRNE FUNERAL HOME East Bayard Street Compliment: of GLANVILLE and WERNER, INC. Farmall Tractors and Implements CURRY APPLIANCES Appliances and Repairs 36 Water St. Phone 712 SORRENTINO'S HOTEL Lunches and all Legal Beverages Tel. 636 Fayette, N. Y. JERRY MANZARI Contractor - Mason Work - Black Top Driveways 22 Haigh St. Phone 1063 H O R L E ' S Red and White Store The Trading Center of Fayette Compliments of CALARCO'S BAKERY SHOP Compliments of SULLIVAN'S CANDY STORE WALTER S. WARD Lumber and BuiIder's Supplies Compliments of TOMMY'S BARBER SHOP phone 206 10 State Street Compliment: of N U G E N T S DEMATTIA'S FRUIT MARKET Genesee gf. Auburn' N 352-W 119 Fall Sf- Beau Clair Fashions WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATION STORE Bicycles and Parts, All Sporting Goods 78 Fall St. Phone 619 Compliment: of LEO F. HOLLAND RECORDS - RADIOS - TELEVISION SENECA MUSIC CENTER 79 Fall Street Compliments of ALPS RESTAURANT all St. Seneca Falls, N RALPH CAFARO Leader in Shoe Repairing CLYDE and HELEN SOBER'S Store and Gas Station 24 Ovid St. CONRAD SABATINI SAMMY'S BARBER SHOP Dry Cleaning and Tailoring 29 Slate Street phone 275,-I Opposite Post Otlice ' BAIN Music TV - RADIO - RECORDS - BAND INSTRUMENTS - REPAIRS - SHEET MUSIC 8 Exchange St. Auburn Compliments of F. W. WILLIAMS Optometrist Compliments of Compliments CANOGA HOTEL SENECA FOOD MARKET Elicfsl, il. ile Rough "Img Joiiijhepfapi SENECA SHOE SHINING PARLOR I-lats Cleaned and Shoes Dyed Mrs. Jerry Klanclatcs GROCUTT'S STORE Groceries, Ice and Boats Cayuga Lake, R. D. No. 2 Phone 202-.I Compliments of ROLFE MOTOR CO Compliments of PINEHURST INN Success to the Class of 1951 HARRY AMIDON "Harry's Smoke Shop" Compliments of RAY and LORETTA GRINOLDS West Side Boat Livery Compliments of SENECA BOOT SHOP Seneca Falls, N. Y. DR. E. R. DOWD Compliments of PAUL J. MORGANTI I Compliments of HOWARD MILLER MilIer's Quality Market A Market of Distinction LAMBERT'S GRILL 54 W. Bayard St. Tel. 532 Seneca Falls, N. Y. WILLIAMS ancl SON Reliable Jewelers for II7 years Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliments of SENECA FALLS MILLS Phone 207 KOPF DINER Wderloo-Seneca Falls Road Compliments of AL SMALLWOOD Canoga, N. Y. Compliments of THE BOOKSTORE School Supplies, Gifts and Greeting Cards CLINE'S GARAGE Trinity Lane Phone 329-W Compliments of DEER HEAD INN Compliments of Vl'I'ETTA'S Compliments of E. B. KIBBEY MACHINE CO. WHITING'S I G A STORE Groceries, Meats, Vegetables Compliments of HELEN'S BEAUTY SALON Lake Road Seneca Falls Phone 574-J Phone 88 149 Fall Sl- Compliments of KINGDOM INN Kingdom Bridge Phon ie 1 089 E. C. GIUSTI and SON Expert Watch and Clock Repair FINGER LAKES ALLEYS 15 State Street Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 S. S. PALMER CO. Heat Headquarters Since 1885 Compliments of BENTLEY AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Phone 38431 Auburn, N. Y. HARRY F. ALLEN and COMPANY Fine Footwear 144 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. JULIANA Infants' and Children's Center "Tops tor Teens" 134-36 Genesee SL Pl1On9 2-3732 Auburn ,N. Y. STEIGERWALD ELECTRIC CO. 9 South St. Auburn, N. Y. Hotpoint Home Appliances Compliments of JOHN T. MCKEON VILLAGE GIFT SHOP 59 State Street Seneca Falls, N. Y. Hardware "Come in and browse around" W Q Q D Y ' S Compliments of 58 Cab Sem, A 8. D KIDDIE SHOP Compliments of THATCHER'S BLUE SUNOCO Lalre Road Nellie Thatcher, Prop. Compliments of VICTORIA RESTAURANT Peter Tardelli, Prop. C O N N O L L Y ' S Women's and Children's Apparel 61 Fall Street Seneca Falls, Phone 50-W N. Y. Compliments of ECONOMY SHOP Quality Furniture BENNETT 8: TRACY Shoes - Luggage - Hosiery Compliments of PETER and ANGELO LUCCHESI 52-84 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. Friendly Service Station Compliments of THE BONNETT SHOPPE Fine Clothes for Fine Women 9 State St. Auburn, N. Y. 103 Fall St. Seneca Falls LIBERMAN'S JEWELRY Compliments Ufl Over 50 years of service JOHN G- PRUTZMAN 10 Genesee St. Auburn, N. Y. Expert Upholstering J- CAI-ARCO MALONE BROS. Retail, Wholesale, Groceries and Confectionery BLUE COAL 64 Ovid St. Phone 540 Phone 313 Compliments of DORAN BROTHERS Plumbing and Heating Compliments of PEONE'S SERVICE STATION Lot1's Evinrude Sales and Service Lake Road R. D. No. 2 Seneca Falls, N. Y. Congratulations to the Class of 1951 FRANKLIN HOTEL PHILIP SERLING Compliments of DOAN'S MEAT MARKET 54 Fall St. Seneca Falls FRANCIS M. MCNANEY Meats and Groceries Compliment: of CARL S. KRONINGER Compliments of KLIONSKY SCRAP IRON AND METAL CO. Compliment: of CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP 49 Bridge St. THE ELECTRIC SHOP Frank McCarthy, Prop. Seneca Falls, N. Y. Compliment: of SENECA FALLS LOCKER PLANT Auburn Rd. PIIOHG 2 Compliments of THE ARMITAGE 2 Terrace Row M. S. MATTERSON General Contractor and Builder Seneca Falls, N. Y. CLASS OF 1951 Compliments of SIMONE AUTO PARTS Routes 5 8: 20-96 81 104 Phone 788 The Staff of the MYNDERSIAN salutes the business and professional people and fraternal organizations who have taken space in the 1951 yearbook. Without their friendly interest in this school project, the annual could not have been published. SPECIAL AUTOGRAPHS 100 V -wi . h. H1 ,x , , Juv 7, ' . ' ' qw- f k ' wg ' YfQ'ff,ff1Vv, ,. 2 L X" f if5.4.,sf2J'f.' f V . h 5'fqu"WgNfv :.. Lg" - l 4 "MC 11 x x Q ,,,. , , V, . 454 gh- ,. -ww , . fx., ,- - K N 'gf' 4 , ' 4' ' ' ' A . 1 A F' MM f 1 4' K,i' .SQ.,,l'V' L-.' , .7 4 " . f. 'Q gy " 9.9 V ,gg , . ., ma... -,gaasq,,Q,1m N.-4 - V, .I .4 - , ' gp. 3' N i v -- f -M y K x ., -7. 5 ,Sy ,A.. . 1 I. V VV Q , :Wg ' .- , .H 3 ,Lf L X . 3 ' .X .1 nf v ' - . 'l W.. I ff ' 4' 1, . K fvi'1 - X l .Q ' V irfif 1., ?,- w, 1 . . 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