Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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I 1' lr':'x-, v' P I ': .' lu ,v 4 ' I ls A un 4 1 It - fir x L..- v -Q9 , 5, v 5 X I I v qv 1 , K "' kv. ' 1 P. I ' v X ,CAMERON FRASER Businexs Manager Miss JUUA H. O'BRIEN Publimtiou Adviser sENEcA FALLS, NIIW Yom: I Volume XXVIII I I ALMA EV? .I 5? 4 Q' ,, .ww L , i I x 5 . . fy HH 5 W, T fff-2, x , K Q'-if 1 1 ,, iw-ci . mynx k M 'Q -5. E aw. it Qu 4-, .QI iwq i Tig. sl Y' W 3 K MATER x S 1 i E Q FCREVVO RD 3 X Between these plaid covers we, the lads an . have tried 'to' bring you the smell of the hea skirl of the bagpipes, and the highland iflings of thought the Scotch theme was appropriate, since our as gay and lively as any tartan plaid. However, we have not been "scotch" in our presentation of our yea the backdrop of this theme. at if As Macbethfs castle has been ,preserved since the times ,of the Scottish clans, so will our knowledge and experiences 'remain undimmed in our memories. W out as wee bonnie freshmen Who needed guidance thr confusion or hurly-burly of each new year. With d lassies, '53, ther, the We spirit is hope we r against e started ough the the help of our teachersfwho were by no means "scotch" with their time land patience, we have. ' advanced, to seniors and graduates and have earned' diplomas -t our coat of arms. f 7 is A For those of us leaving MacMynderse, this Myndersian is an invaluableicollection of memories: for those clans remaining, it shows what is in store f orithem. , The Lads and,vLassies of 553 will e t ' Tak a cup 'o kindness yet, g J Q For Auld LangiSyne A In salute to our' teachers, our school administrators remaining clans of MacMynderse. so , andthe c i ' W g5 Q X 1 e I ., 1 ,f f 'NW 5s A. .. .assfeia a fri ' t r . mv ekHi.':!!,Q i ' ly L , , ,A Vt. ,H ,. J V' ittr Q, .fa .1 , --Q'-"gg, Q6 bvs . v-.ye 17 if' I - xx' ' " J, Q X . 1. ,e -Y - , 1 e 1- ', , A , I. - 13. 7,5 , U ,, Y I ' . iff. g f" f , '-,Ta ' ' ,L X' V-I, 1 s . V 3-fn- -I . ,. 5,2 5: 3 4 - 'ff' 'fifa' 721- L" ..,L,.,i frjr- Sw- ., ,:f.a If ' - . 5 X I 4 ,, WHSONS THE iw 3500, R"b'2i2215ii541en' l DORIS iEL1zABErH WILSON ' A.B. Wfillium Sniilb, College The Class of 1955 dedicates this twenty-eighth' Mymlersiuu to you, Mrs. Wfilson. It is to express our appreciation !to you- for your valuable assistance as a Sophomore Adviser and' English teaclier. lt is an' .especial honor for us this year, because while you have been teacher, and adviser to one hundred six of-us, you are the Mother of three of us. 5 X September 3, 1952 - School reopened p ,September 19 -- First football game with Newark October 10 - Wig and Rouge Party Q, ' ' October 13 - Columbus day October 25-24 - Teachers' Conference November 6 - Senior Play y November 1 1 -- Armistice day - airing Q1 1315 November 14 - junior All-School Party 1 November ,25-30 - Thanksgiving Vacation G ,December 2 - First basketball game with Newark , December 13 -f Glee Club Concert ' 1 g 1 December 19 - Senior Ball , December 19 - january 5--Christmas Vacation january 19, 1953 -- Mid-year Exams January 26 - SecondLSemester began ' K February 23 Washington's Birthday 1 March 13 -- junior Play y March 20 T- Freshman Dance S 1 , Q 1 March 27 - Band Concert 2 April 1-8 -+ Easter Vacation S Y May 15 xMay 27 May 27 y June 10, june 12 June 17 June 18 y june 20 june 21 june 22 X , n April 10 April 24 -c All-Chorus Concert Q y May 1 - Band Contest at Canandaigua May 8 - Frosh-Soph Play Tournament - 1 Ma 8 So homore D - Student Council Dance 5 -- p t f ance 1 - Exchange Assembly-Wig and Rouge May 23 - Block M Banquet - Class Night -1 - june 1-Memorial Day Holiday 1 June 5 -,junior-Senior Party ' , n June 6 -- Wig and Rouge Picnic, Frosh-Soph Picnic 11, 12 - School Exams A - Awards Assembly . . . Myndersian Out! - Myndersian Dedicatee Dinner - junior Pr ' S om y . W - Senior Dinner - -- Baccalaureate 4 -- Commencement 1 4 v w ,5 'W1Q' +" "Q' .fQ, ' X 4 X ' ,z'Q1QW7x Q-'QQIX X1 IX xx 'QQMNJX QQ! VQQ X1 2 C 0 N T E N T c Admir1ist'ra,tion ...,........ ......11,.... P ages 7 - 14 ' P Clans ,,.,, - .,,. M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .............e P ages 15 - 42 1 ' , ' D Activities ,.,,. , ........... lrages 43- eo Athletics .... ..... gg..s...Q. Pages 61 - 74 Advertising .,.....,...p , ,. ............. Pages 75 - 104 1 6 MM' HDMINiI STRHT I ON , V rlfk 'LIQHE XVHITE, HOUSE . 'V Si 2' 1 -iffy, .'f,f 5 ffl 'LN' : Ji" . ex gs f ree-2-af' 5 '.4x'1:4'Q'.- JNL., ' rages f - ,. fi' fn 'gin . f . u4Q',f:P'i.' ---' . Q 'Qy?ffQf' Q'-. . ., 'qw , ffflt . I fr . r B . f I 1 r '- . cy k,,. 'i x ' ' s A ,J ,L -4 3 vs v uf X' x g i Y id 5' S 2 A X 1 ' ,K+ :ff '. i ' x , N 4- W U.-A x TJ J no v F Qc x 4' .f X '14 f'-.A .- J 'A 4364, 4' "c as. kv Q. 'v 'ir' ' . .rh- K c'f'.' 6 ' ...S T1-Y r 31-+2 N ns" s if 4, - . 1, 6' X 66? rf- ii' 'X far.: I A ' ff was A I , V n 1 lr 4 f 'F The present Boar d of Education, in addition to normal maintenance of the schools, has improved the heating and electrical plants, the latter by the installation of new transformers. Increased enroll- ment necessitated hiring additional grade teachers and the purchase of two new buses. Work on the new school has progressed and the completed garage is in use for temporary classrooms. As trustees of the Edith M. and Peter Troutman Scholarship Fund, the Board has drawn up the regulations for the selection of candidates for this award to be given for the first time to a member of the 1953 class. MR. FRANK KNIGHT A President BOARD DF EDUCRTIO Standing: LeRoy Garnsey, Carl Shuster, james McComb. Seafed: jesse Rogers, Lawrence Parker, Frank Knight, Orville Yates, Angelo Romeo. MR. ARTHUR L. BAKER Syracuse University, A.B., B.S., M.S. SCHOOT. SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Baker has been our Superintendent of Schools for four years, in which he has proved an able administrator, interested not only in the broad policies of education but in our student life, where we have found him an understanding friend. Under his responsible leadership, the plans for a new school System materialized to meet the needs of a growing population. Mr. Baker is t 14 na Fluff! respected by teachers, students and communityg for his personal life is an inspiration to all who know him. Although we, the Class of 1955. will never reap the benefits of the new high school, we salute Mr. Baker for his vision in anticipating and working to secure this necessary educational improvement. hill!! ii!! at Ae!!'l!ff skill!! ffl! X wefalilefi- QW' if fig " M '19 ' ildd--Ziallillnll ' 'U' 10 f X. ,A Nm , tlll l mtl' PIII CIPIIL , " H, fr -'fffffwx X A brief biography of our popular principal would show these facts: Mr. Vogel, a graduate of Colgate, came to Seneca Falls in 1919 as a teacher of science. Only three years later he became principal of Mynderse Academy, later receiving his Master of Science degree from Syracuse. Through the years, Mr. Vogel has guided, directed and disciplined the students under his charge, winning their respect for his generous and unselfish interest in their present and future problems. To Mr. Vogel we say. "Thank you for all you have done for our success." MR. JOHN C. FRASER B.S. Ithaca College ALS. Cornell University Mr. Fraser, our vice-principal and Director of Adult Education, is well-known and popular. A graduate of Ithaca College and Cornell Uni- versity, he, as director of the Mynderse Band, brought prestige to our school through develop- ing outstanding musicians. ll MR. FRANK W. VOGEL B.S. Colgate University M.S. Syracuse U11i1'er.vity K Q 1' 4 fag? if Ill! VICE PRINCIPAL Always interested in youth he has influenced many to go on to worthwhile careers. Outside of school, he has been a leader in the state music organizations and in local fraternal groups. In compliment to Mr. Fraser, we pre- sent Ihe Fraser Clan coat of arms. Standing: T. Compitello, H. Scutt, A. Seld, D. Wilson, M. Miller, J. H. O'Brien. Senieds L. Plummer, G. Gibbs, L. Shannon. ENGLISH AND OTHER LANGUAGES E- Fraser , M, A . R'MaCC"bbff1' I Miller' E' Trl-Ilan. Scaled. Music AND ART ' S as 5 - .--- A . MATHEMATICS R. Winthrcwp, D. Jacobs, C. Rogers. I V ' if , ff , QE- 5 7' ff' -fE::::2.iQ2w',Lf 1-g,,::, Q5 1 :- Q' ' ' ,I f 2fiifq2vf5f?:f5SQ2, A 1:53. -Q - 1 7 - .,.. , -' 4 1. .' ' . . . . . .,,.,..,.,,,,... . , ., ,Q , I, .nw ....,, S I x ' lv . . ..,. .if fig , - . A' . ,Q -.iq-3: 1 I . ., I . ms., 1: . . . ff .. . 49-N .. W s ms .. - "1 .M 5. .... , f igzigi V - V , in , . .e ,ff 'K I .sg if x is w I KI 'sm 1 2 MQ W.. . was2.2ai2Efw2.:w111S 'I :if ff if W' .mix , .. K wzzfwr igrzlxeyswfwf I 1' , is 55 li 'unify ' 7 ' 'f Q - . ,X i -I G. Wilber GUIDANCE COMMEIICE H. Spencer, M. Smith, R. Becker. f F A C U L T Y 12 J. Finley, G. Davis. PHYSICAL EDUCATION T. Gugiin, j. Bourdon, E. Cooley. R. Radtke V. Davies . Koska. Seated: , , I L. Cardwell, J. Lampman. 'VOCATIONAL ARTS MEMBERS SCIENCE -1 li A giwllfllln liuxig I SOCIAL STUDIES R. Masterson, E. Smith, L. Oliver. Seated H, Welcher, B. Campany. OTHER SERVICES j. Koska, H. Gustafson, M, Glzlddis, H. Millis, M. Chalkcr, C. Riegel. BUS DRIVERS -pump--..... 1 I H. Gustafson, G. Bachman, A. Collins. CUSTODIANS ,,,.,.......,.-1- MAINTENANCE -. lg A.. Stnudmyer, M. Toni, B. Sherman. OFFICE STAFF E. Bove, M.D. A. Romeo, D.D.S DOCTOR DENTIST NURSES AND HYGIENIST A. Disinger, R.N., G. Preston, R.N. L. Pontius, D.H. 14 W. 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Rogers Vice-President - Joan Brown Secretary - Joanne Giovannini C I. A N' 0 F 1 9 5 3 Treasurer - Leon Bolich OFFICERS Hoot Mon! What a lucky day in 1949 for Mynderse and us when the newly formed pea green freshmen made up of graduates from St. Patricks and of eighth graders from the first floor congregated for the first time as a unit in the halls of M.A. Destined to break many records and rules, we started our first by becoming active participants in various extracurricular activities. Next came our initial or- ganized effort to please the students with a completely original dance. "The Hobo Hop." Later to prove our ability, we took top honors in the Frosh-Soph Play Tournament. Ending our career as freshmen with hot dogs galore at the Frosh-Soph picnic, all decided that our freshman year would be very unforgettable. Sophomores!! We had now attained a goalg we were above the freshmen, and our color had turned to a loyal blue. After again winning the Fresh-Soph Play Tournament we elected our capable ofiicers who helped us through our second year at Mynderse. In April, however, at our dance, "The Wishing Well," we all fervently wished to be gay young juniors and we got our wish five months later. 15 JOEN ALDRICH An elfervescent blond, who is interested in the Deep South. JOYCE ASHBAUGH She has a lot of freight on her train of thought. ALYCE AMIDON Warm and responsive in friendshipg that's Alyce. ANNETTE BAIR Annette uses the ABC formula: A smile and A laugh plus Beauty and Brains yield Companions and Cameron. JUDY AMIDON Everywhere she goes, sun- shine follows her. CARL ANDREAS A sparkling smile, a gleam in his eye, topped with a bubbling personality make Carl popular. rss or Ny. nnlmiil 4i.E.va'.?-"-E' A 9-9" C -mel? J if gb . leafs mil" 5' A I " f?4,,-al 311421. iid f,1'5p "' "3 I9 nw 'Xilinx sefgzg' "W fyy' Of , 1953 " f I H' Q- his I - WT' f fig, ff 47 'cv 'L G?" 7 KH le H' 4 .. ,gjspf yy y THOMAS BEVINS GENEVIEVE BAKER JUNE BARRETT J eiei I 'ffi' 'J J A iiii Home, sweet home at Mc- This small senior with her "A dancing shape, an im- .-. , , '7 J Combs' Eilyghtllezsplfrdthgnzlais.lends ag'i'ogll'l,aunt, to startle, and yryn Waylay-" e aeA f r i J I zsgl 'Q'e Liferally sfarfing fhe "season," we presenfecl fhe Junior All-school lii EIJZ tpiy L par+y "Freezin' Season." The falenl of our Junior Class was soon Lrtg 'ro be presenfecl in a varieiy show "'I'he Junior Juml:les." . . . 16 I CHARLOTTE BISHOP Cute, naive, and buoyant!! CLASS if V EL ' lxgi-Qilfi f 1 . . . ,W I f ' 1 .w ifi 6 s ff 'Knob 1 he is as LEON BOLICH With Leon's initiative and friendly way, success shines in his future. 195 o r if 3 ij l , eggs'-5555. , it M 'A S ,,gaQ5Q,..s S .gif if ll? J, 719. V, 4' tx'-.5 H ,gk-v'3'5'wf3h'i,-T ux 'sirghifgvfg -- e 'F f9fd:"I0ff.12afr5 E MARY JANE CALLAND Mary Jane's cheerfulness will make her a panacea for future patients. LESLIE BRUNSKILL This lad with a beguiling grin believes a sick excuse is always better than none. KEVIN BOVE If you see a tall, clever- looking chap telling a joke and surrounded by a group of his classmates - that's Kev! SHIRLEE BROWN Demure and distinctive Shirlee is a popular senior. JOHN CAMPBELL John, the ardent bowler, is considered "tops" by all his classmates. The Junior play was a riot as it swept us back to the roaring twenties in our production ot "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." Our tirst "taste" ot graduation exercises was given to us at Class Night and at the Junior-Senior Party last May. 17 JANET BROWN A knack for sports and a typewriter sums up our Janet. JOAN BROWN Stately and lovely - our Queen and Bill's. . is . s ..f . .4 ,fi wean- j . . fi ' iii -nf ' - '. sf ' Jizwf xxiissgffs ev... .1 , , ff H 1 :Mr 7 s- , ,. .. ff1,.."',a .Q sr 'm W' L if Y WN YJ 1, L Kal . t if rx: . si-M if 'L ,s " if df' 141 A W1 , 215 .. + W N i 331111314 J s Q 1 me 1 ,. 'ji wg: 7 sn sign- if, Myra Us '-AF if ' 1.4ajrqJ5. ". M-v" wA'iZi' 1 - ' A . 51 1 -vw K -,?.l.'v fan ROSE CARBONE A Rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but she wouldn't be as romantic. DONALD CUSIMANO Ambition with a lighter side. EVELYN CATHERMAN Hard working, agreeable Evelyn always seems serene. ALLEN CONGDON He believes in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in his "new" car. Ml GILBERT CATOR Gil's engineering ability has already been proved in the many friendships he has built. ' '9'AlLwf1'1mr'eP'1"" ' 'wrvyvr BE'l'I'Y CLINE Beauty is her business! Closing a memorable year a+ Mynderse, we sponsored ihe Junior Prom with ifs hauniing Hawaiian iheme. Well! A+ lasi' we had made if . . . JUNE DEARY Snappy eyes, and curly hair, a cheerful grin, she's sure to wear. JESSICA DEFLER "Hail to thee, blithe spirit." 18 PATRICIA DENARD Pat's future is her pres- ent-domesticity. -H . HL My H ilfiWf fu flpiih-1 5- fi g-I X13 Q-. ,fqgf-'i f"71K."?p. V 'x-.1' ,., AAN., , ,-H1-34,6-7 iis sjigljq .lx .Fi li Q! 5 ff , M 1 1 v" It ll- lr? aaiyw I u Q 'sg , fu f K' fc- x 4 av '-me ' 'f"l ,'s l,,+tM4'5", , Q t xt, ,, ,, 'ina-VL? x ,, ,kgfzfgfg-55-fp ti 'Na .f if ff l 'V' fix , f 'ff I ' ' .its fi nun Sf., 'ix-y-M ,wi , jf, in ,UI f 4 1 1' f' 4 v 1 nik I I 1 I , X44 'V 'V f X X ywffq f .. ft.. f X I lx lzrfJs' l Y xxliix lf.. -JH I i',lv1', MARLENE DUNHAM For her thoughts we would give a penny, Although we know they're all about Kenny. RICHARD DOMBROWSKI our reserved brightens every- "Dombo," humorist, body's day. RALPH ELLISON Paging all girls! Here's a ring on the finger is worth a boy whose cooking leaves two on the phone. a beautiful memory. MARGUERITE DURNIN Marguerite Durnin thinks We were SENIORS and allowed all the privileges, namely 'the use of the Senior slairs and having all fhe iokes in Assembly aimed a+ us. MELBA FAIRCLOTH She's our "Honey Chile" from the deep South. , , 2: ' "f2:1ifgsie1ff,l5 ' Ii ' A f if-1 ,742 f . Q' ' i - V y f,,',,sz.fsmf -,mr - ,gm . . .,,,. M ,H,,,5 ,.., Y! ix We M A 1 - A -Q : . 11122--Q1 as V ww '3iQy:'r tj,I7ferg:QQ2Lf-1351252K TALMADGE FAIRCLOTH "Reb" is a gift from Florida to us No'therners. JOSEPHINE FERRARA lmpulsive-minded Josie cert- ainly shines in sports! 19 JOAN DRUMM Attractive joan's light brown hair is the envy of the girls. GILDA FIORELLI A nice senior who shares her twin's interests in sports and business. LORRAINE FIORELLI A sport-minded twin. ff- he A RALPH GIGLIO Happy-go-lucky Ralph has added much to make our class merry. ELEANOR FORJONE Our "Pond's" girl com- bines looks and brains very effectively. JOANNE GIOVANNINI "A trusted friend - a merry lass, With a friendly smile for all who pass." GEORGIANA HIBBARD Georgie is singing "Carry CAMERON FRASER We rate Cameron with his ability and personality a top spot in our "Who's Who." s of . JUNE GALGANO 'Tis better to be small and shine than to be big and cast a shadow. OF 1953 Q-YS' v-'7g,i,'7,.! N 'uvirfgsa 3 l"l iffwsj vvfjtd 1 w25g,g.sZ,'Sf'. z..'-4 11?-I 'Hifi k Qi, 49' , -s. . cg l f s., Y l In , i .N CN ,1 ' ' J Q - C -. Y if 5 Mill 'piss 1 4 WJ lr ff '. 5' ll :Will x ur " - f A - -' 7 ia ' , llnn VM, E. ..., -QI vw, gg-LF. Qlivfn :fi t 'i 'A rl , if ' as E li, f, - ,TAQI LOUIS GIOVANNINI An A for arguing and a I PATRICIA HALDEN Fluffy hair, sunny smile, me back to old Virginia." for jitterbugging show Eyes sparkling all the Louie's interests. while. We suddenly had acquired skill at inframurals, and our acting continued "fo pack fhem in." The laH'er abiliiy was proved in our presentation of "Take Care of My LiH'le Girl." 20 RUTH HOWLAND Our Ruth is lovely to look atg even nicer to know. CLASS -' 4, 'fQ!hfm'M 1 ELLEN HUFF Gentlemen prefer blonds, so they sayg Ellen doesn't need to worry! 19, . -fr ,. N 1 , we Q ww - A'-T" midi Q A I 'vflaiyaai 'lin' . 1 I x-Evil!!! l OF I if 7 'P ' 1 r ,"',"'w 1 1 PZ' .QT I db k . is ls'-e 1 5 l c -,A ,. "N Y W.. Y -keg,-zrtfa-e.--, f ai 'ZML-4' X it Ax! I iw 1 fp 'f f i vgf f I ' N. Hs, X, X ' ,JI wiv- ' X v f F5 Y in 3 y 2 tea is . 930' ag, 4' A QW? , ' 'I f 9 213, . I Q .5 Masala-1fg,.. ' VERNON LENO He's not a man of words but of action. JOHN LAWRENCE To know John is to like him. 0'7"'s MARY INGANDELLO "There is a language in her eyes, her cheek, her lip." MARY LOUISE KNIGHT Versatile, vibrant, and vi- vacious. MARJORIE LINDSEY She does little kindnesses which most leave undone. The Senior Ball ai' which Queen Elizabeih and King David reigned was a fhrill fo all who danced ai' "La Noel Bal." As we fell earlier fhai' we would break records, we now proved +his conclusively . . . 21 , . get ts' ' fir, 3 +4 ,-fgigiliililwi : ll 1, ' Mr' 3' ' , x I iavgfiw V ,A .A :auf 3. 3 .L W jj :G 1:2-W. gm a """ ' 4 1 -ffm. gg 5312: MM . , ,Y ig-,:L3Q:3x5gij.,a, 4. f 6:11 t.,-,Nj ,sr up. .qc i ,,,, f' -4 'H-1: DAVID IRLAND Dave has many interests, but lately these interests have been jacked-up a bit. ELLEN JONES A sparkle in her eye and a sparkle on her finger. l iff . Z. Q R .-I v-Lil 5. Q 99 '53 ff ,:,!3l,:I,IZ4-215-1-5' .g pg: jf 3555125 ::f W sa i 2 ur ,Q ,, S 3, Agia f Af' 4 'N eff. ,J .. ' EW"-"f2f3" all . if' ' ff". " M2154 , .,HQ55,f,,.....t,l..wzt. ,Q A m:3Zfg::.Q,f.t 1 fm, .gy in in g?1.,,33gg!.3E3 3. W: vr. .rigzfgr -2 , ,ff nw.: '3 . iiasvisfi !ff5,,'l,: fi? .' ,E , . I . . ROBERT LIVINGSTON Youth behind a "don't disturb" sign. CLAIRE MAIER A book, some food and a car for the rest of her life would be heaven on earth for Claire. SHIRLEY LOCKWOOD A tantalizing smile, "a wisecrnckj' and an affinity for acting describe Shirley. our versatile senior. MARGARET MAHONEY Here is another attractive senior who "sports" at dia- mond. v All: I 1 I -l1,"f":.E lil ' ' 'fn' l . 'i'kjX2'1fw3ii l FK' gig' lkiil l X6 4 v 9 y:,rlg'Xf",v fi il f'7ff,- 555 lf? l 1' I, fl! I fnvl' -:zz .F -Kiev.-1 YU' if 5 - D' X :GQ-N ' f 'f as - 'Ut al 5 'f'+fsfHiQSa. 'ai' 'lf ' 1 A ' 'N l M s t Q , 57513017 fl" T-Ax 1 " f'- R , BRIDGET LOMBARDO The ayes Ceyesj have it. ,-,sp za Mae. - wtf 15 3,-mffxf 1? F QT xvgyf x 1-they Q ' sesst + it ' et , ,, . 1" 'fl -1-'E-"s :Z' ,, 1- 5:52 'E'c..-l- A .,,i 1 was .Lim - :sw RICHARD MAGILL Dick has a glint in his eye that speaks volumes, though he never does. Our class, the largesl' on record, graduales with our valediclorian, Bill Sisson's achieving lhe highesl' average ever gained al' M.A., wilh Kevin Bove, a close second. BARBARA MALONE MARGARET MARTELLO Can't you see Barb, starch- She can bowl a strike as ed and efficient, gunning for easily as she can strike up an interne? a friendship. SYDNEY MARTIN Nonchalant Syd has a knack for playing basket- ball, as well as for making lasting friendships. 22 l eye 1' Yr., Q ,:., , 4 if 4. as ii , 5 Iwi? vw 51 2 if ix ,E MARCIA MCCOMB NELSON MOREHOUSE Marcia is a beautiful host- His taciturnity conceals an ess and a senior-beautiful. amiable nature. Q, PATRICIA MOREHOUSE ANN NUGENT JOHN PANNUCCI g Sparkling CYCS, Smile, and Friendly Ann rates an A Our All-American heart- A A diamond-that's Patsy, one for her pleasing personality. throb, sporting trophies and .-':' 3 of our stars. pin-ups. Vp, .lkk E I Among fhe firsi' fen in fhe class we have five boys, alfhough :IQ 'Phe rafio of girls fo boys is 2 +o I. Our I953 yearbook, ecliied by AnneH'e Bair and Rufh Howland, with Cameron Fraser as rzr Business Manager, has se'r sfill another record. Igp 1'ff in 'izl A ELEANOR PLA'I'I'EN A girl from Tyre with heart interests there. 15.53 ,-" ii ,fir 3 DOROTHY POLLARD "Quips and cranks and wanton wiles, Nods and becks and wreathed smiles." 23 SHEILA POTTER LEONARD PROSEUS A sweet little imp making "Dr," Proseus can diag- faces at life. nose a Ford's ailments. i MARGARET REARDON Maida's a tower of cle- pendability with keen bus- iness acumen. Fi t92'faga ,.1-- i 1 f '-A- 1 2 2 . 31 w a . rf ' " V. far q ' f: 61.1.2-5 ' -' ' SSS? i jAMES ROMEO Refugee from the routine with his "boogie and ba- loney." ESTHER REYNOLDS As a nurse, Estl1er's charm will quicken anyone's pulse! ROSEMARIE SABATINI Peppy Rowee doesn't "put-on-the-dog"g she just likes them. ELIZABETH SEELEY Sentiment, with a wise- crack ! DAVID E. ROGERS Dave's talent in studies and' music will surely be an asset to a bright future. DAVID N. ROGERS Popular Dave has been the "spark plug" of many of our teams and all our class activities. 05 O F .4 953 5 gl' in Q is 1 y-g,"': 5, lizigl . uf Z-'5 at I mf' lfrfffs an g-.4! IMMZNIAJ X , ll ll IQ, ,fs 'nz w ey, Qt 1Qy Wnllv K .1 qxr Q: f 1 l J ! x. a , f vi' ,-1 'Q' ff, yi Wig: ,..g"5-EZ-Ewi! , "-lf 2 ' N 1 4- L V 1 . ' ff ,-'- 'ff l' : ,??3' . ,E A." 9 .-lj' 1' ',u VK .af 1 ,ii " iA?5f,,,':3' -,lv Vi 1, 'iff A f' 2225:-if f' ' ' A'?1'Q,,"9:iC1 ,Mx ' 1 ', fax . A. M a '22 ,-.'r,e2:-eh5 ' Mo iff? 4 4 . 32:34-. G' I:-2' ' A - llw ' 'I : wg." y r' Q-' A x- .. QT-iiagf., P5 .-' 0-Q ,rv "' VIRGINIA SALERNO A high-stepping majorette with a "io-bounce." MARIANNE SCOTT "Her loveliness I scarce did see until she smiled on me." The tinal goal tor every Myndersian-Gracluation-with its caps and gowns, its joys and sorrows is approaching rapidly-much too rapidly. While we loolc forward to its ioys - 24 Ba W A 1 3x,' l 'WW DONALD SHEPHERD Don excels in track, music and friendship. SHIRLEY SHERMAN She's clever at tailoring, working, and sports. CLASS I 9 If l f ug, 'i'7 ' 'E "i"'pf 1' 135 'J N S! Pm ea , 'lj . ,ng 1 if K :J 'N ffmkxv' l"'15"-95:1 X N 1 gkiZ,.'iltil7557: . 1 X I I 'vs lffpwmh N ' x Q 1'f X 5 'pg il I I Y As 0 F n g n x 2 f :.,.-H - ni" d- :g 1 , ,p-17' 1,22 jp? AZVAZAEL U n , ,sv -i 1 9 ! I , .4,.... i Tl-5511, 'Ia u l f 5""5'L :l"5, r 'hr ' ' t ,JI '1 If r. ff, M5 rf-,. :f ,, X ' ' P' 7' v1?y2,ii:,, fs rieiitaf a,-420 ,YH fr! Va... H- 4-3 -' ' 4 , g':: - 3 .divx ' ,' .- 0' Q A QX 1 ,, fn., 4 ,. in-':':.-: A QMW '. " 5.m ,ml'5g?.!f",' ' 11.492 H, fn' an-'Ig X 'AV 'Q ,f:Q',, f9,,,' . 1 ' J Nl We a,f1Zf-aw X ,ll 11 X' '-Q.-11" 4 A n . , 'fe-E Q71 1 .. -'mal ox? MAR-IORIE SOSCIA Our sloe-eyed Maggie is our gal with the wistful look. FLORA SNYDER Here's attractive Flora, a charming miss who knows what is what. WAYNE SHERMAN If you see a streak go by, you can be sure it was Wayne in his car: and you can be safe betting Birdie was sitting next to him. PATRICIA SOUHAN A helping hand, a friendly grin, and a car-load of friends-Pat. WILLIAM SISSON He's a mighty mite in book learning and Yankee hero worship. Class Day, ihe formal MYNDERSIAN Dedicafe Banque? and informal class dinner, fhe Prom, fhe pariies of all kinds--we regref fhe par+ings and 'the end of our high-school days. 25 JANICE SHUSTER An irresistible giggle, A pair of dancing feet, A sunny smile that's mighty sweet- That's Janice ANDREW SIPOS A jovial "guy", a cut-up, who'd do anything for a laugh. SHIRLEY STAPLETON An intelligent glint in her eyes, a pleasant smile, and an ear for the latest news- that's our reporter, Shirley. MARIE SULLIVAN Indestructible, irrepressi- ble, yet irresistible! BEVERLY URWIN Hey, you got BEVERLY TABER Jolly Bev doesn't just sing in the rain-but everywhere. MARY URQUHART "I could be better if I would, but it's awful lone- some being good." good lookin', what cookin' ? We know, +oo, fhai' we may be ihe last class -fo be graduafed from Phe present Mynderse Academy - this building wi1"h its memories of our work and play. Mynderse 'has been good 'io us - very good. ysee 7" , " I' . fYi'V -aSg.g2 -.- ilftt L . , 2' I 'zi Ei f WILLIAM WARFLE MARION WATERS RICHARD WHITING DREW WILLIAMS He's a dyed-in-the-wool Warm, responsive. and Accidents have kept Dick Drew's interests range senior. animated- out of class for months this from Church to Dickman. year, but he has been much in our thoughts. 26 iw- HELEN WILSON "She was ever fair and never proud, Had tongue at will, yet was never loud." ROBERTA WILSON This girl has blond pres- sure-Chuck, that is. HOWARD WILLSON Howard will go down in history. RICHARD YATES Full of fun and fancy- free, that's Yatsie. We fhe Class of I953, earnesfly fhank all fhose who helped us on our way - especially fhose advisers upon whose experience and wisdom we leaned so 'heavily down through 'rhese unfor- geH'able high-school years. , 115 is Q a mai- W' if 'I I NQ SW ' 27 GARY YOUNG Artist Gary draws pin-up gals that are really sumpin! ! ELIZABETH WILSON A curly-haired miss with a store of witty remarks for every occasion. HAZEL ZETTLEMOYER The truth and frankness of her manner won her friends at every turn. .W ' H " ' f " "' Y' """"' wwf "wifi nffff ff- W- jOEN ALDRICH-Librarian 2: junior Play: junior Prom Receptionist: junior jumbles: Glee Club 1, 2: Varsity Chorus 3, 4: Library Club 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball C0l1rt: Mymlersirzng Senior Play. ALYCE AMIDON - Hearth Club 1: Open House 2: junior Play Prompter 3: Career Day 3: junior jumbles: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Library Club 3, 4: Varsity Choir 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Microphone 4: Senior Play: Myndersian 4. jUDlTH AMIDON - Senior Choir 1: Girls' Glee Club 2: Play Days 1, 2, 3: Varsity Choir 3, 4: Choir Com- petition: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Wig and Rouge 4. CARL ANDREAS - Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. jOYCE ASHBAUGH-Frosh-Soph Prompter: Orchestra 2: junior jumbles: Cheerleader 3: Play Days 3: Band 1, 2: Tumbling Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Substitute Cheerleader 4: Wig and Rouge 4: G.A.A. 4: Senior Play. ANNETTE BAIR - Chorus 1: Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment Z: Open House 2: Tumbling Club 3: junior jumbles: Citizenship Conference 3, 4: Elmira College Key Award 3: Career Day 3: junior Play: junior Prom Lady-in-waiting: Class Vice-President 2, 3: Student Council Representative 2, 3: Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3: Wig and Rouge 2, 5, 4: Student Council Nominating Convention 2, 3: Play Days 2, 3: Bowling 1, 4: Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4: Syracuse Leader- ship Conference 4: Senior Play: Editor-in-chief of Mymlersiam Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Chairman 1, Z, 3, 4: Senior Ball Court. GENEVIEVE BAKER - Varsity Chorus 1: Class Com- mittees 2, 3, 4. jUNE BARRETT - Intramurals 1, 2: Hearth Club 1, Z: Library Club 1, 2: Maiorettes 1, 2, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 5. 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS BEVINS - Sports Night: junior jumbles: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4: Band Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Solos 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Dance Band 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Representative 4: Mymiersidn 4: Chorus 4. CHARLOTTE BISHOP - Chorus 1: G.A.A. 2: Latin Club 2, Questor: junior jumbles 3: junior Play: Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Cheer- leader 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Senior Ball Court: Wig and Rouge 4. LEON BOLICH - Science Club 1: Glee Club 1: Frosh- Soph Play Tournament 1: Microphone Z: Track 3: Student Council Alternate 3: junior jumbles: Boys State 3: junior Play: Orchestra 4: Student Council Nominating Convention 4: junior Rotarian 4: Student Council Delegate 4: Class Treasurer 1, 4: Syracuse Citizenship Contest 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Solo Com- petition 3, 4: Class Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Festival 2, 3, 4: Mylldcrriml Sports Editor 4: Honor Student 4. KEVIN BOVE -- Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1: Latin Club Z, Consul 2: Track 2: junior jumbles: junior Play: Alit-mplmuv l, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-chief 4: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Golf 1, 3, 4: Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Banking 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 1, 3, 4: Myutlvrsiml 4: junior Red Cross Alternate 4: Student Council Campaign Chairman 4: Varsity Choir 4: Senior Play: junior Kiwanian 4: ESSPA Conference 4: Salutatorian 4. XQXTIES QS it 'fl .-' - -: N ' ,ei4f V ,QF vit, 1 QV Ls., 11719559 1 ,...-----'-.,.,.- f 41- 'IQTW 1 9 5 2 i'i'ii J CI2.. ' jANET BROWN - G.A.A. 3: junior jumbles: Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Club 3, 4: Microphone 3, 4: Class Committees 3, 4: Myndersian 4. jOAN BROWN - Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2: junior jumbles: junior Prom Queen: Class Secretary 3: junior Red Cross 1, 3: Student Council Alternate 1, 4: Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball Court: Myn- dersifm 4: Varsity Choir 4: Senior Play. SHIRLEE BROWN - Latin Club 2: Library Club 3: junior jumbles: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Ball Court. LESLIE BRUNSKILL - Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, Z, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3. MARY jANE CALLAND - jun'ior jumbles: Girls' Glee Club 1, 3: Competition Festivals 3, 4: Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Choir 4: Mynderrinn 4. jOHN CAMPBELL - Baseball 2: Tennis 3: Golf 1, 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2, 4: French Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 1, 2, 5: Student Council Nominating Convention 2, 3, 4: Microphone 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Myuzlersimz 4. ROSE CARBONE - Tumbling Club 1: Operetta 1: Choral Club l: Intramurals 1: Glee Club 2: Wig and Rouge 2: Varsity Choir 3: Competition Festival 3: junior jumbles: junior Prom Court: Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2: junior Red Cross 2, 3, Alternate 1, Secretary 3: Class Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Myrzrlersimz 4. GILBERT CATOR - Class Committees 1, 2: Football Manager 2, 3: junior jumbles. EVELYN CATHERMAN - Romulus Central School- FHR Z: Personality Club 2: Newspaper Staff 1, 2, Assistant Editor-in-chief 2: Library Club 1, 2, Vice- President 1: Class Committee 1, 2: Mynderse Academy Class Committee 3, 4: Intramurals 4: Myndersimz 4. BETTY CLINE -- Class Secretary 1: Glee Club 1: Fresh- man Play: Tumbling Club 1: Wig and Rouge 2: Frosh- Soph Play Tournament 2: Maiorette 1, 2: junior jum- bles: junior' Play: French Club 3: junior Prom Court: Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4: Class Committees I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: Mymlersitm 4. ALLEN CONGDON - Camera Club 1, 2, 3: Class Comhtittees 1, Z, 3: junior Play: Myrulersian 4. 28 l 1-1c1'1v,,f W' fv- A 0 J' iii W "3 2 J pl' CH if fp? ja. ,J , j fflm 1 U ,ffl .93-ji 'U li' 'Y v " +3 'J' A My if vp 1' ,, 1953 DONALD CUSIMANO - Baseball 2, Junior Jumbles, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersinn 4. JUNE DEARY - Glee Club 1, Girls' Glee Club 2, Varsity Choir 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3,-43 Library Club 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles. JESSICA DEFLER - Girls' Glee Club 2, Secretary, Varsity Choir 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Day 3, Junior Prom Court, Myndarsian Staff 4, Junior Jumbles, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Rochester - Benjamin Franklin High School - Varsity Choir 1, Student Council Representative 1. PATRICIA DENARD - Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, Z. RICHARD DOMBROWSKI - Football 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. JOAN DRUMM - Junior Play, Operetta 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Class Committees 2, 3. MARLENE DUNHAM - Chorus 1, 2, 3, Hearth Club 1, Class Committees 1, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. MARGUERITE DURNIN - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Court. RALPH ELLISON - Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. MELBA FAIRCLOTH - Glee Club 1, 2, Varsity Choir 3, Junior Prom Court. TALMADGE FAIRCLOTH - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3. JOSEPHINE FERRARA - Glee Club 1, Leaders' Club 2, Sports Night 1, 3, Otlicials Club 2, 3, Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, Varsity Choir 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Mynderrian 4. GILDA FIORELLI - Varsity Choir 3, Glee Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3: Red Cross Alternate 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE FIORELLI - Varsity Choir 3, Glee Club 1, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. ELEANOR FORJONE - Junior Jumbles, Red Cross Representative 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Majorettes 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Student 4. CAMERON FRASER - Freshman Play, Chairman of Freshman Dance Committee, Frosh-Soph Picnic, Stu- dent Council 1, 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, All State Or- chestra 2, Football 2, Junior Jumbles, Junior Play, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 4, Micropbamf 1, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4, Campaign Manager of Magazine Subscription Drive 4, Manager of Student Council Elections 4, Myndersian Business Manager, Honor Student 4. JUNE GALGANO - Senior Chorus 1, Girls' Glee Club 2, J.V. Cheerleader Substitute 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Varsity Chorus 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. JOANNE GIOVANNINI - Glee Club 1, Student Coun- cil 3: ,lunior Jumbles, Career Day 3, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Play Days 1, 2, Cheerleader 2, 4, Usherette 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 4. LOUIS GIOVANNINI - Tumbling Club 1: Football 2, Junior Jumbles, Committees 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 4. PATRICIA HALDEN - Teen-Age Club 1, Red Cross 1, Transfer from Philipsburg High School, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania to Mynderse - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Junior Jumbles, Class Committees 3. GEORGIANNA HIBBARD - Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH HOWLAND -- Tumbling Club 1, Bowling 1, Latin Club 2, Mirropbone 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4, Science Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Student Council Alter- nate 3, Junior Jumbles, Junior Prom Court, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Mynrlersimz 4, Editor-in-chief, Empire-Press Con- ference 4, Senior Ball Court, Honor Student 4. ELLEN HUFF - Christmas Play 2, Tumbling Club 2, Junior Jumbles, Class Committees 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY INGANDELLO - Intramurals i, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Tumbling Club I, 2, Junior Jumbles, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID IRLAND - Student Council Representative 2, Junior Jumbles, Boys' State 3, Tumbling Exhibition 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Block M 4, Treasurer, Student Council Alternate 4. ELLEN JONES - Bowling 1, 2, Play Days 1, 2, 3, Class Banker 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUISE KNIGHT - Junior Play, Junior Jumbles, Junior Red Cross 1, 2, G.A.A. 2, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 4, Myndersirm 4. JOHN LAWRENCE - Tumbling Club 1, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. VERNON LENO - Bowling 1, Basketball 2, Tennis 3, Intramurals 1, 3. MARJORE LINDSEY - Senior Choir 1, 2, Class Com- mittees 3, Junior Jumbles, Junior Red Cross 3, Varsity Choir 3, 4, Chorus Competition 3, 4. ROBERT LIVINGSTON - Airplane Club 1, Open House 2, Junior Jumbles, Mynderse Conservation Club 3, Camera Club 3, 4, Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Mtv SHIRLEY LOCKWOOD - Officials Club lg Student Council Alternate 13 G.A.A. 23 junior jumbles3 junior Play3 Tumbling Club 1, 23 Chorus 1, 23 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Choir Accompanist 1, 2, 43 Class Committees 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Myndersian 43 Senior Play, BRIDGET LOMBARDO - G.A.A. 23 junior jumbles, Chairman3 Tumbling Club 1, 23 Science Club 3, 43 Chorus 1, 3, President 33 Play Days 1, 2g Play Com- mittees 1, 2, 33 Senior Playg Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 4. RICHARD MAGILL - Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Camera Club 3, 4. MARGARET ELLEN MAHONEY -- Intramurals 13 Class Committees 33 junior jumbles3 Library Club 3, 4. CLAIRE MAIER -- Chorus 13 Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 13 Latin Club 23 junior Play3 junior jumbles3 Prize Speaking 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian Art Editor 43 Senior Play. BARBARA MALONE - Glee Club 13 Student Council Alternate 13 Nominating Convention 13 Latin Club 23 Science Club 2, 3, 4g Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Microphone 43 Senior Play? Myndersinn 4. MARGARET MARTELLO - junior jumbles3 Glee Club 1, 23 Play Days 1, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersinn, Head Typist 4. SYDNEY MARTIN - G.A.A. 23 junior jumbles3 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4. MARCIA McCOMB - Orchestra 23 junior jumbles3 junior Prom Court 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 43 Microphone 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Myndersian 4. NELSON MOREHOUSE - Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 4. PATRICIA MOREHOUSE - Operetta 13 Glee Club 1, 23 junior Red Cross 1, Alternate 3, Representative junior jumbles3 Varsity Choir 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Days 1, 3, 4g ' Senior Ball Court. ANN NUGENT -- Tumbling Club 13 Play Day 13 Varsity Choir 33 junior jumbles3 Glee Club 1, 23 Mynilersian 4. jOHN PANNUCCI - Class President 13 junior jumbles3 junior Kiwaniang Student Council 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 43 Basketball 1, 2, 43 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Block M 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR PLATTEN - Glee Club 13 Hearth Club 13 junior jumbles3 Class Committees 3, 43 Myndersinn 4. DOROTHY POLLARD - Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Intra- murals 1, 2, 33 Class Committees 1, 2, 33 Varsity Choir 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Microphone 3, 4. SHEILA POTTER - Latin Club, Consul 23 Class Secre- tary 23 Library Club 33 junior jumbles3 junior Prom Courtg Student Council 1, 33 Nominating Convention 1, 3, 43 Microphone 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Senior Play3 Senior Ball Court3 Myndersian 4. LEONARD PROSEUS - Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. QXXTIES avr? , U x 'fin' E, 1 4 QQ it, T ,.?fi"3- ' iee, 3 .x - L 1fj"if'?+ I Q S f 'P' '- Z-. 1 952 ' MARGARET REARDON - Glee Club 13 junior Red Cross 23 junior jumbles 33 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 43 Microphone 3, 43 Myndersian 4. ESTHER REYNOLDS - Red Cross 2g junior jumbles3 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Le Cercle Francais 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Days 2, 33 Wig and Rouge 43 Senior Play. DAVID E. ROGERS-Camera Club 23 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 23 junior Play3 junior jumbles3 Wig and Rouge 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3: Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Pianist 3, 4g junior Kiwanian 43 Myndersinn 43 Honor Student 43 Senior Play. DAVID NOEL ROGERS - Student Council Nominat- ing Convention 13 Student Council 2, 3, 43 junior jumbles3 Empire Boys' State 33 Class President 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, vice-President 4g Block M 3, 4g Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Myndersian 4. jAMES ROMEO - junior jumbles3 Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 4, Vice-President 1, 33 Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 33 Microphone 2, 3, 4g Myndertian Photographic Editor 4. ROSE MARIE SABATINI - Latin Club 23 G.A.A. 23 junior jumbles3 Le Cercle Francais 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Days 1, 2, 33 Mynderxian 4. VIRGINIA SALERNO -- Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 43 Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Day 23 G.A.A. 23 Choral Club 23 Hearth Club 23 junior jumbles. MARIANNE SCOTT - Girls' Glee Club, President 23 junior jumbles3 Career Day 33 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Committees 1, 2,t3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH SEELEY - Chorus 13 junior JUITIDICSQ French Club 1, 2, Treasurer 13 Microphone 3, 43 Play Days 1, 23 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals, 1, 2, 3, 43 Wig and Rouge 43 Mynderrian 43 Senior Ball Queen 4. I-ICTIV ff 1 gf, 2 tip 54 -. fini ff!! xi.: K ..4ffFiF"'5? i' "- 6 HZSQ ml .4 A 6 sw.. 1953 DONALD SHEPHERD - Basketball 1, Chorus 1, 2, Solo Band Competition 1, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Block M 4. SHIRLEY SHERMAN-Leader's Club 1, junior Jumbles, junior Play, Glee Club, Physical Education Demon- stration 1, 3, Class Committees 1, 3, Varsity Choir 3, 4, Competition 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Competition Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals I, 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Wig and Rouge 4, G.A.A. 4, Myndersian 4. WAYNE SHERMAN - Basketball 1, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JANICE SHUSTER-Class Committees 3, Junior jumbles, Intramurals 1, 2, Solo Competition 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, N. Y. S. S. M. A. Competition 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersinn 4. ANDREW SIPOS - Camera Club 1, Latin Club 2, Track 3, Junior jumbles 3, Frosh-Soph Play Tourna- ment 1, 2, Football 1, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM SISSON - Basketball 1, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, Bowling 2, Football Manager 2, Latin Club 2, Aedile 2, Class Treasurer 3, Junior Jumbles, junior Rotarian 3, Empire Boys State 3, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-chief 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student Council Alternate 2, 3, 4, Citizenship Conference 3, 4, Valedictorian 4, Myndersian 4. FLORA SNYDER - Varsity Choir 3, Junior jumbles, Class Committees 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, Chorus Com- petition 3, Tumbling Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, junior Red Cross 4, Secretary 4, Myndersinn 4, Honor Student 4. MARJORIE SOSCIA-Majorettes 1, 2, Class Committees 1, 2, Glee Club 1, junior Jumbles, Intramurals 1, 3. PATRICIA SOUHAN - Class Committees 1, Chairman 2, 3, Glee Club 1, junior Play, Microphone 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian 4, Wig and Rouge 4, Senior Play. 31 SHIRLEY STAPLETON - Glee Club 1, junior Red Cross Alternate 1, Latin Club 2, Tumbling Club 2, junior Jumbles, Syracuse Citizenship Conference 3, 4, Microphone 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4, Student Council Nominating Convention 2, 3: Play Days 1, 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 1, 3, 4, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian 4, ESSPA Conference 4, Honor Student 4. MARIE SULLIVAN -- Chorus 1, Microphone 2, junior Jumbles, Band 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian 4, Honor Student 4. BEVERLY TABER - junior Jumbles, Chorus Competi- tion 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian 4. MARY URQUHART - Choral Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Glee Club 1, 3, Class Committees 2, 3, 4, Sports Night 2, 3, 4, Play Days 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY URWIN - Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Hearth Club 3, G.A.A. 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIAN WATERS - Glee Club 1, Class Committees 1, 4, Varsity Choir 3, Intramurals 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM WARFLE - Football 2, Class Committees 3, Junior Play, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Wig and Rouge 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4. RICHARD WHITING - Intramurals 1, Microphone 2, Band Competition Festival 2, Student Council Alter- nate 1, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 3. DREW WILLIAMS - Class Committees 1, 3, Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. HOWARD WILLSON - Transferred from Gorham Central School - Band 1, Baseball 1, Junior Varsity Basketball 2, Soccer 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 3, 4. ELIZABETH WILSON - Red Cross Representative 1, Varsity Choir 1, Choral Club 2, junior Jumbles, Latin Club 2, French Club 3, Tumbling Club 1, 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, Myndersian 4. HELEN WILSON - Junior jumbles, Junior Play, Library Club 3, Varsity Chorus 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 4. ROBERTA WILSON -- Camera Club 1, Wig and Rouge 2, Glee Club 1, 2, juniorxjumbles, Library Club 3: Class Committees 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Choir 3, 4. RICHARD YATES - Latin Club 23 Golf Sectionals 3: Junior Jumbles, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Block M 4, Myndersian 4. GARY YOUNG - junior jumbles, junior Play, Frosh- Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Acanthus 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Wig and Rouge 4. HAZEL ZETTLEMOYER - Intramurals 1, junior jum- bles,iWig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Christmas Pageants 2, 3, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian 4. Q, ,VQA A .g g KV xj Q ' fig --' , ' Q' TQ:-J W "A ? 5 1 H 1 is 5 ,yi-ag' in - JOEN ALDRICH . . . presiding over culinary duties at Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe. ALYCE AMIDON . . . operating her chain of Goodie Peanut Butter Cookie factories. JUDY AMIDON . . . replacing Betty Crocker in the nation's kitchens. CARL ANDREAS . . . swabbing the decks across the seven seas. JOYCE ASHBAUGH . . . tripping the light fantastic while teaching higher math. ANNETTE BAIR . . . as a girl who has designs, artistic ones, of course. GENEVIEVE BAKER . . . managing her husband and her new mansion. JUNE BARRETT . . . swinging to success as a Jam Session producer. TOM BEVINS . . . playing pro-foot- ball daytimes and his sax with Tommy Dorsey's Band at night. CHARLOTTE BISHOP . . . lecturing her class on the subject of Being Punctual. LEON BOLICH . . . inventing a replacement for nylon as a DuPont chemist. KEVIN BOVE . . . replacing Dr. Kildare as the ladies' favorite physician. JANET BROWN . . . typing daily reports on Wall Street Stock Market prospects. JOAN BROWN . . . keeping a model home for "Admirable" Bill Hughes. SHIRLEE BROWN . . . former dental hygienist, assisting her doctor hus- band and raising two tiny boys. LESLIE BRUNSKILL . . . breaking records at Alfred in engineering. MARY JANE CALLAND . . . open- ing her new "Miss Feminine" Studio on Fifth Avenue. JOHN CAMPBELL . . . unblushingly publishing his book on model engines fand just plain modelsj. ROSE CARBONE . . . typing out million dollar contracts for her boss- husband, air craft factory manager. IN EVELYN CATHERMAN . . . turn- ing the financial world upsidedown with her new look for business. GILBERT CATOR . . . operating the diesel locomotive with the "sharpest" whistle in town. BETTY CLINE . . . jitterbugging with the head surgeon to entertain Millard Filmore patients. ALLEN CONGDON . . . mixing up a "line brew" behind the counters of his own pharmacy. DONALD CUSIMANO . . . keeping up the tradition of the New York Central engineers with a "girl in every station". JUNE DEARY . . . creating new hair styles in her Utah salon. JESSICA DEFLER . . . training brown cows on Willy's farm to give chocolate milkshakes. PAT DENARD . . . presiding over her household and making Tuna salads. RICHARD DOMBROWSKI . . . keeping peace at the U. N. with his friendly cheerful smile. JOAN DRUMM . . . bossing a fleet of super-jet taxicabs in Seneca Falls. MARLENE DUNHAM . . . replacing Capezio's line of evening slippers with her sensational designs. MARGUERITE DURNIN . . . mov- ing into an old-fashioned rose covered cottage with her nice hus- band, Jesse. RALPH ELLISON . . . rising to great heights although going down in the world as a member of the submarine division. MELBA FAIRCLOTH . . . attracting friends with her southern drawl at her Florida Keys home. TALMADGE FAIRCLOTH . . . over- seeing production of his 16 cylinder Faircloth sport car. JOSEPHINE FERRARA . . . as the official champion of her ofhce base- ball, basketball, bowling and track teams. GILDA FIORELLI . . . bowling -a perfect score in business and in sports. 32 THE FUTURE LORRAINE FIORELLI . . . taking dictation and racking up a basket- ball score with equal ease. ELEANOR FORJONE . . . working at the U. N. Secretariat typing 152 words a minute. CAMERON FRASER . . . ranking in the high echelons of any service or profession he enters. JUNE GALGANO . . . whizzing around the ring as champion of the 1963 Roller Derby. RALPH GIGLIO . . . making a suc- cess as a big business man and a big ladies' man. JOANNE GIOVANNINI . . . model- ing for John Powers in his New York Fashion Studios. LOUIS GIOVANNINI . . . represent- ing the U. S. in the 1963 Olympic Roller Skating contests. PATRICIA HALDEN . . . meeting her Waterloo in a June wedding. Future-rosy. GEORGIANA HIBBARD . . . mak- ing good as a theater executive with her noiseless popcorn. RUTH HOWLAND . . . touring the world by air and "wowing" those foreign lads. ELLEN HUFF . . . acting as private secretary to the manager. MARIANGELO INGANDELLO . . . vacationing on the coast with her children and her airman husband. DAVID IRLAND . . . replacing George Mikan with the Minneapolis Lakers. ELLEN JONES . . . keeping house and loving it. MARY LOUISE KNIGHT . . . com- peting against Babe Zaharias for the title of Woman Athlete of the Year. JOHN LAWRENCE . . . as an in- dustrial engineer proving persever- ance pays. VERNON LENO . . . stepping into the shoes of Willie Hoppe. MARJORIE LINDSEY . . . holding a full time job as an efficient little housewife. -Q -'i'. , at .,.. v ' " ' " 'ii 2 ,"' X wi .. ,.' ' ,i'..:s if W Mm " 'W 'f f se. -1 ' 4 Q Xt V VLV Ac,. ' 'A k ' V KQK QI . it fl ' ' 4 ,j -5::' -t I - - '. ,lbl I ' I ' S ...' ' -9 , , , ,, tiff.. 'Qf is f" " fr "' Qt - --A' it. .ah-" gh A t V.. ' ,A is QE ' it .fini E' WE SEE ... ROBERT LIVINGSTON , . . drink- ing chocolate milkshakes while en- gineering on the Lehigh Valley. SHIRLEY LOCKWOOD . . . washin' that man right "into" her hair as :ihe leading lady in "North Paci- c." BRIDGET LOMBARDO . . . putting Hedda Hopper out of business. RICHARD MAGILL . . . hunting elephants in Africa while on vaca- tion from his job teaching business at Mynderse Academy. MARGARET MAHONEY . . . work- ing hard at her main occupation- housekeeping. CLAIRE MAIER . . , preparing for an artful career after her success at Antioch. BARBARA MALONE . . . studying hard at Strong Memorial to achieve her goal-Surgery. MARGARET MARTELIO . . . taking dictation from her handsome bache- lor boss. SYDNEY MARTIN . . . organizing a school for all play and no work. MARCIA MCCOMB . . . designing a brilliant new dress style for the sophisticate of tomorrow. NELSON MOREHOUSE . . . out- standing Washington juggler, bal- ancing Ike's budget. PATRICIA MOREHOUSE . . . busily getting ready for "Kel" to come home. ANN NUGENT . . . heading Syl- vania's olhce staff as chief trouble- shooter. JOHN PANNUCCI . . . ex-maior league pitcher, coaching at his old Alma Mater. ELEANOR PLATTEN . . . winning all the prizes at the ofiice square dances. DOROTHY POLLARD . . . using her famous red-headed temper to promote herself a raise from a good-looking employer. SHEILA POTTER . . . conquering the airways as the cutest stewardess in American Airlines Inc. t nf ., ... a e..- . .nit-. LEONARD PROSEUS . , . as a radical designer for the newest of experimental cars. MARGARET REARDON . . . shining on the secretarial staff of the De- partment of Navy, Washington, D. C. ESTI-IER REYNOLDS . . . smiling at the world from her post as chief receptionist. DAVID E. ROGERS . . . becoming a television and radio "big shot" with top musical and dramatic abilities. DAVID N. ROGERS . . . taking over the presidency of U, S. Steel Cor- poration with experience gained as M. A. class president. JAMES ROMEO . . . making his first million as the operator of a world-famous photographic studio. MAR-IORIE SOSCIA . . . calm, quiet, and poised while taking dictation from a top grade executive. PATRICIA SOUHAN . . . running for President with the slogan-Stand pat with Pat. SHIRLEY STAPLETON . . . editing a popular daily paper for her patients at Strong Memorial Hospi- tal. MARIE SULLIVAN . . . heading the first national league women's base- ball team-the "Ryming Redheads". BEVERLY TABER . . . opening a smashing season at the Stork Club. MARY URQUHART . . . autograph- ing copies of her sixteenth best seller. BEVERLY URWIN . . . instructing homemakers on cooking with her daily television program. - in 3397 t' . I of if Qn , x 'ii gt. Oc it 'fmt ' ., 25" S ii en, 43' ,ff ROSEMARIE SABATINI . . . look- -f an ing "down in the n3ourh" with her WILLIAM WARFLE . . . teaching A ,tv job as a dental hygienist. the- art of hair-styling to natives VIRGINIA sALIiRNo . . . twinkling "hue on 'em fm" 'he Navy' if at an appreciative husband over a MARIAN WATERS , , , teaching s ' CICIICIOUS home-Cooked meal- alien Waterloo students the English . MARIANNE scorr.. . . knitting 'anguage' argyle socks for her doctor boss. RICHARD WHITING , , , following ELIZABETH SEELEY . . . patenting fgfgfgfyfgfgffjps as a 'yew' her blond hair and pert face as a ' mifade CUPE fm' her Pafienfi- DREW WILLIAMS . . . with women iff swooning over this Great Profile f DONALD SHEPHERD ' ' ' supqr' in Three Dimensional Films. -if vising construction at the Bel Air- is Cfaff Plant- HOWARD WILLSON . . . operating SHIRLEY SHERMAN . . . creating j'un'3?gA'u'ce fmm 'n Cf"'P""c 3, new styles for the Paris dressmakers ' I0 COPY- BE'I'I'Y WILSON . . . solving Ein- ' . Steins' theory with a triple parallel WAYNE SI-IERMAN . . . driving a piped in the square mm of --ZH. Master Buick for a live-star Marine general, HELEN WILSON . . . touring the world as personal secretary to a at .IANICE SHUSTER . . . leading the news columnist. If K business world in the four T'sg , ii if typing, teaching, talking and toot- RCZEFRLFQ Ryu-S?Nl -b- - :'elI'?n3 fy Img. uc esign a Itte unga ow or n ANDREW SIPOS tl' 'th utwo or three or mmen. vii roblems connected wii,llie:lehIiElwi'o- RICHARD YATE5 ' ' ' keeping an f P . P eye on the girls as their favorite - 45 fession. oculist' WILLIAM SISSON - - - l'ePl3CinS GARY YOUNG . . . exhibiting his Cas'-fi' Sfengel as managel' of 'he abstracts at the Metropolitan Un- 1 New Y0fk Yankees- surance Company, that isp. 5 Q FLORA SNYDER . . . keeping up HAZEL ZETTLEMOYER . . . raising A the Navy morale as knockout secre- Kentucky Derby winners in her own A A tary to top brass. private stables. tix 'P is E. 33 ii .. , . - .9 i ifvfv- Att-. - . I 'iV" I Wifi -" ,..- .- ,- -iv ff- w t .1 is f at ..im.- axis. A i it .f..Q...z'-it 'A-t.tftit.+ai it- +P Ladies in Waiting: Charlotte Bishop, Joen Aldrich, Louise Knight, King David Crowns Liz Pat Morehouse, Shirlee Brown, Ruth Howland, Sheila Potter. Seated: Annette Bair, joan Brown. ' Pat - hes chats with ' d March, Blu Hug During 'he Gran Post-Ball Party: Tom Bevins and Marcia McComb. Morehouse- 34 Our Royalty: Elizabeth Seeley, David Noel Rogers. SNI-lPS OF SENIOR Sitting It Out: Dave lrland, Punch Samplers: Judy Jackie Farrell. and Alyce Amidon, Jeanie Salemo. Our Pages: Danny Farrell, Diane Rogers. I ith V fy ,Q Q A Mac McComb and Joanne G. "Partying at Cosentinds. Pla, - img Igzuryomel D WY Wijso avid 1,- II, - R Allen Conair: Claire Mai . er BALL M ENE 'wiltalfns-.I 'A'J2f2Qf5W'OH, A i X ,IN '9'JQ.....Tafa'!e4-A " . President mb, ure! Maycolm Vbgflgjresident, laYne ., TMS, ', Row Barb Rgxdcropi. SIQKZQY Kauffman. Louis H S Crerarh R5 While y e Bark-Row: Scihona, Hally, Ludovico, Baldasarie, Webb, Harris Urquhart, Marshall, Shewbrooks, Wolfe, Cammuso, Kaufman Knight, Cafaro, Lilla, Robinson. Third Row: Bonacci, Reese Swan, Marrapese, XVard, Thatcher, Goodman, Swinehart Clapper, Wfalters. Second Roux' Bohensky, Bove, DiSanto fx Y VN? '54, 'L W nun N--'X3'-n 'F' x X vu? I-- Q ul-K . .5 ' - '14-Z-I ' 5' .5 s V ,S E L ... ' V :::.,t Kin. S? f' vi. ' V :L 2-Ti: E., ,rx :hx ---., 'asf S -t X '-"--- .. rt... X. -..us -tn.- , A51 'Y'-' XR::'- ' we 4 ' '. PM I -, , .ug - SN seas. t 'guiiv Qs Y. . -2. s lf: .ax funn Q x ev, . Q Q g 1:5 X S ui ti smarts n-s .4 -g-5,5 g :Sr ,stir Qi :TQ '- 'il' . 1 Q-gh t. vnu.- Qtr, neges 3-2 . ,, fu.- Q51 -- N -2' xx '--A ' ' 1.-:ze A :Ea ,X . ' -5 -.- . is-. "Q: given. "' i"' Q 'f :i SJ 2? 'X ns "x nu 5, i Gillll up w "' " September, 1952, heralded the beginning of our junior year at Mynderse Academy. The class was full of hope and anticipation for what the year would bring. Our social life began with the annual junior dance, "Fall Frolic," which was a big success, thanks to the cooperation of all committee mem- bers and the participation of other classes. Christmas vacation was welcomed by everyone and soon after, Mid-year examinations passed quietly into history. The "jumbles" played a prominent part in helping to establish the fame of several juniors, especially our one and only, Dick Jarrett. Every- one agreed that yearly event was a big success. , Williams, Turkett, DiDomineck, De john, Marr, Lawrence , Brown, Pezzulo, Scaramuzzino, Kordes, Rott. First Row: Scar , selleta, Pisritelli, Kirker, Troy, Holland, Farrell, White, Youngs , Sage, Nucci, Duonola, Meeks, Green, Bennett. 'W'?'fI8YS'.f6,a wifi.-Q2 wp. Aa. ' V ' as-Q M- .... ,'Wgl"'1?15,'i"f EW ZPMSSKJID Z" ...i nik :L X i T-'gili r.-A. X- 5 X X X NX Na xx? 9' 1 gtafiff' , ... X " - '., u Nw V.. 5 s 1 .EN Yvqhixxk :QB N - 53, 1'5" ' 'f. . .. - Y '63, t Yj,. fer 4::: Q., 'iss S v I .er S' ' tar: Q ., A N r x y QNX ' tl- X-NIS: x lea: A K ri .r JSA .Q s ,I--:. ,L X' - --2 N-...Ft NV.: 'U'.:: N XQ,'? N 4 1 -:L qvths 'ggzsfl X .u. , . . - .t ., 'f-1 :at '65, sie '-iii 311, A - N. H- f Xl I.. v , Q 'I A W - L Q X x.. X Q. XS v ' s N 7- t X 45' x.:- 1 The junior play, "We Shook the Family Tree," also met with approval. It took much time and energy, but it was certainly fun! The junior-Senior Party and Class Night, both held the spotlight toward the end of the year, as the two upper classes joined hands to say "good bye." The most beautiful and thrilling night in our whole junior year, however, everyone will agree, was the junior Prom in June. It was the perfect finale to a perfect year. Thank you, Mynderse. Next year welll return as your seniors. Betty Baldasarie Class of '54 Bark Row: Payne, Deal, Jorgensen, Frankenlield, Stone, Klin- german, Jarrett, L. Rhinehart, Brand, Cosentino, Coombe, Swan, Lotz. Third Row: Millis, Hubman, Turner, Piscitelli, Del Russo, Lombardo, Goncarovs, W. Rhinehart, Faust. Second gy, 'im Bark Row: Miss Miller, Mr. Guglin, Mrs. Plummer. Front Roux' Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. Oliver. ADVISERS Roux' Shustet, Bennett, Palandro, Amidon, Wfilkes, james Serling, Penne, Wformuth, Kenney, Urquhart, Zwick, Kreager. First Roux' Reynolds, Galletti, Maloney, Eno, Andrews, Howes, Beerse, McComb, Sinicropi, Sykes, White, Scialdone. .. -V ,... . , .,., E. . -Vi ,,,., ,,.wv.1m.a,aa,,,,m.W...nji-uw-V WMM,-,N . at .umm-maaMmm,.3-,sz wswmuwu ,'.,, W,,.M,.,rM,.sm.,.wa...., ,M Wurmmvs,-.s.wi..,,,.-,....-.,.,,.,: ..-..........a.,..,UW.w,. W ,,...f.wa-v Www-..u V Back Row: President, Robert Branciforte. Second Row: Vice-President, James Toni, Secretary, Caroline Burtless. Front Row: Treasurer, Betty Andreas. OFFICERS Bark Row: Rossi, Moulton, Giovannini, Hosford, Bates, Tor- rellas, Panneton, Christopher, Turkett, McNaney, Campbell Bevins, Bolich. Third Row: Amidon, Palandro, Platten, Scan: nell, Lopez, Vanl-Iouten, Ruby, Dutton, Campbell, Piscitelli Serond Row: LaBour, Knight, Kirker, Koch, Burtless, Huff, 54' i lla! Assigned to our respective homerooms, we, the sophomores, set about living as full a life as sophomores can. We joined as many activities as possible and gave them our full-hearted support. We are well represented in everything and whether you venture to the gym or to the library you are sure to see a sophomore busy at work. We are even skilled in the field of entertain- ment. Didn't everyone enjoy our refreshments and the music at our class dance? Lombardo, Parker, Green, Andreas, Fahey, Best, Colavito, Decker. Fran! Row: Griffith, Carnesi, Giglio, Frantz, Wheeler, Paquin, Blaisdell, Magill, Cunningham, Holland, Jones, Dun- ham, Dausch, Disinger. M' 9' az. P The pleasant mixture of good fun, food, and sun at the Frosh-Soph Picnic eliminated any bad feeling that might have lasted from the Frosh- Soph Play Tournament. With thanks to advisers for helping us have an enjoyable time we end our sophomore year. We feel, however, deep regret that tragic death took Regina Hosford, one of our members, a girl we shall miss very much. We approach Moving Up Day when we will be juniors with lively anticipation. Nancy Knight Class of 1955 Back Row: Calcagno, Amidon, Updyke, Swinehart, Saracino, Piscitelli, Brady, Kuryla, Timmons, Pollard, McComb, Branci- forte, Toni, Fiorelli, Hollfelder, McDermott, Sharpe. Third Row: Page, Yeo, McBride, Houck, Deredita, VanCleef, An- netta, Burke, Cafaro, Addona, Caraccilo, Deary, Second Row: B466 Ro 10. ' Mr. C Mrs gqley, Mr . I . W' Isonf Mrs. S1igthr0P. pmm ADVISERS ""0f1- Row.- Dupignac, Lafler, Sobus, R. Giovannini, Baker, McNaney Bevins. Morehouse, J. Eno, R, Eno, Mahoney, Lohr, jerry Wilson, Kirk. First Row: Messecar, M. Giovannini, Beatini Brown, Mills, Chalker, Hubman, james Wilson, Sanderson Cologgi, Smith, Stuck, Stachelhaus, Zona, Parish. Bark Row: President, Richard Meyers, Treasurer, Eugene Nicandri. Front Row: Secretary, Amelia Carellog Vice- President, Catherine Smith. OFFICERS Bark Row: j. Lewis, Schartzer, McCutchen, J. Warhe, McCann G. Reynolds, Schmitt, Wallace, Hooper, DePasquale, Woods Van Cleef, Hughes, Amidon, Missilli, Nugent. Third Row: Nicandri, Parker, Harris, M. J. Amidon, Putney, Smith, Howe Lockwood, Cracknell, N. Morrissey, P. Morrissey, Morehousel all LV:,.WW? , . , s 'yr' X 1' 1' g 'alle .L warm' , x H .ff V F fi 4 ni - ffff F-ru f .fy ,ry W vw- I X. ' xi 1 , . WI i ' I i E YW fag, Ml, 1 ' 'f rw A QM 5 '23 , . f qw, I 15 2, " pm 5-53" ,,-fell Z0 '7l'lQl..a.. 1, :-0 ff' 'Y A c 1 f ' f ' ni , . H M fd, 5 11 4 Qian ' .-: f ie ' 'M"r"' Q 1 .tzizn .'f'f.-'.,.. 1141 The pea-green Freshman Class congregated on third floor one gay September morning. We elected four very capable class officers to assure us of a successful year. Sports claimed many freshman boys, several girls made V. cheerleading. A freshman cheer- ing squad organized by seven peppy Frosh girls added enthusiastically to the support of their basketball games. The class of '56 was eager for entertainment. The Library Club entertained us royally and our spring dance provided fun for all. Second Row: Haust, J. Ashbaugh, Fiorelli, Jackson, Hauf, Van Epps, Stone, Moranti, Bevins, Koch, High, Ashley, Stewart, Sykes, Clay. First Row: Mahoney, Doane, Coleman, Dowen, Babcock, Miller, Beerse, P. WarHe, Meeks, Heywood, Knapp, S. Ashbaugh, F: Reynolds, Timmons, Gateif , , 3 . 1'f..,,p ..,,r . . - ,y . , savvlwgf .S a 'iii Q A ans. Q -23 Rei: , ' P, ., . A -mm' N ij u . ,, . - ' Z.',f"'T.." aa ' Qq df, g . ff ., f ' ' f 'f ,'f.ll"" M y , f' , -r wife -' "':43lll1u'li.iI 5 .-.Y 1 ' ma XVWA '- 5, ,- -E-Lg G Q .V A ,, 1 If-11, iv i A ' 1 I' 35,9 .e 'A ' e- - f"' ' -'f -- , ..: '- ""' 'J . I " .-,Q If-'L' 1- 17 Ln, Swv-P H11 IEILW HW? W as .fzzfff P 1 fl" ,,. ,ff 1 f Q ,f- K iii -mule" Although not everyone could have an acting part in the Frosh-Soph Play Tournament, many helped on important committees, without which the play couldn't have been a success. We ended the year with an enjoyable Frosh-Soph picnic at Cayuga Lake with even better things in view for next year. The entire class was saddened by the sudden deaths of our classmates, Antoinette Perdicho, and Dave Cusimano, and we all feel these losses. Betty Schartzer Class of '56 Bark Row: Thorpe, Shirley, Sullivan, McCann, Coney, Ander- son, Jacoby, Capaldi, Lambert, Hamill, Hoff, Rizziri, Conkey, Morrissey. Serond Roux' Meyers, Lombardo, Nicandri, De- Santo, Haas, Pocai, Reardon, Povero, Millini, Carbonc, Benassi, Baldassarie. Third Roux' Gladis Saunders, Zwald, sf i?5i?Z, in Mn: M mm Mi., zz? 'E ,.T"Tr BLEIQ lake Lai-1iSi7!'!iQMT it is' 72 at Imax Qsnbgslsaa. LQ SA S 132 QWNQWK , lgssvsnrngw . Q nw ,, gli . fi f- 3 1?zEgii'1:gEts we 1fr'W'i.sseu1f,, '41 MMSHQWW if-wwtixgt Qi t Q EIGHTH GRADE vi5.9f Q ml' 2' Bark Row: Stahlnecker, W. Turri, Bells, Stahl, Scannell, Madigan, Ellison, Wilcox, Meeks, Maier, Dalton, j. Rogers, Millis, Warren, Demont, Platten, Rutz, Stuck, Caraccilo, Riggle, Louden, Soscia, Landberg, White, Wilkes, DeParde, Drew, Miller. Third Row: McCabe, R. Turri, jones, Barrett, McNabb, Sanderson, Stachelhaus, Ahrens, Carnevale, Swinehart, Baker, Nobbe, Simson, Bellomo, Sloan, Irland, Austin, Chapin, jackson, Bobeau, Rott. Serond Row: Putney, Schulman, Lapomardo, Baldassarie, Santaniello, Amidon, Halden, jorgensen, Skinner, Barbieri, Peterman, Ryan, Lamuraglia, Santoro, Paulich, Cammuso, Whipple, First Row.- Marr, Gurba, Zona, M. E. Bishop, Kimmell, Sabatini, Bachman, Stahlnecker, Ellison, Perry, D'Ercole, Hollfelder, j. Bishop, Heywood, Disinger, Cerep, DiDominick, Slack, Andreas, Lewis Clark, Hooper, Faircloth, Broyles, Sullivan. X F . 1 . l, , X P ack Roux' Traver, Rilter, Baker, Bohensky, B. LaBour, Greenly, D. LaBour, Piscitelli, M Parker, Bowman, Anderson, jones, Perry, Mackin, Wheat, R. Cunningham, Knapp, Stuke Guthrie, Lohr, Deal, Freeland, Burtless, Hayes, Fritz, Bootheld, Griffith, Werner. Third Roux Shewbtooks, Dyson, Niles, B. Parker, Thayer, Schwitz, Swinehart, Nicandri, Burden, Carbone Farney, H. Reynolds, Reynolds, Kreager, Howes, Walters, B. McNabb, Focht,'Bachman Seronzl Roux' Smith, San Pietro, Stewart, Wilkes, Peterman, Hedden, Green, Halden, Medrim Kohout, Bonacci, Lilla, Blaisdell, Guest, Nedza, Millis, Passalacqua,,Green, Stapleton, D Cunningham. First Roux' Bishop, Houck, P. Bachman, Stubbs, Ryan, Paquin, Twist, Torrellaus Huff, Lamma, jones, Brady, Cusimano, Zona, VanCleef, Sorenson, Sage, Mills, Thompson Conkey, Madigan, Hauf, Parish. Q 3 A 1 i .y X N , s 5 N "Q --gly- . . IM 7 BP Q-is f -gf. B" ' EJ ' QA : L Qu W A ' .5 in-2 'ff 5 'Q 'A U '30-.,x 'Jw ,' av X 4, 'I' V .rm aj, f .Nc 1 ,. U 'H ' glnvg, '31-Tm ' Qfx if-H 1 7 7 ff mv' W cya! X -'ff - 7:30. K , .V ' 4' ggvstmjzs . g , "b:T:'a2gE!-- t?gx2' ,M ' K 5 Q f'AA , ii 7f VT : :Q, A . -. ..' g?' !Qx' . f'1 H E - S m 7 ' 'Q .1 1f-. ,. " ' -'-, .-" 5 23 lbl, y . 2 ' -: 'X N ,QM-fl ! Q ,Q,, ' Q l 5:5,QT. 'l'Zf' W s f 1'sa2sw f' o V, - nl vn.. 'Qty' Ain V Q ,,.,, I. , k A A ,,v. .5 Y M Q X N325 'C 2 , 5 k N N0 0 fi ':, 5 l ' in 6 4 0' X , X N . .qll xx , -gif! f"f' 1 " Q C , S52 Q . my N cu! W f7w"AfM'za,o!Zm-16 X I M6641-,eJ.,zg!'7zI1Nr ' -ff' Vifwiiy jj!! MEM gefvy Q My fQf7m 7M M W f . 5? M ff MWWMQ if A I, Gif? In t X N Ck ' LJINAK V A! Lf A , My X ,G-,gmfffm,fv , 'WMM W CLAN COUNCIL Aided by their advisers, Mrs. Seld and Mr. Radtke, the Student Coun- cil completed a very successful year. The council continued the ac- tivities of last year by sending cards to ailing students and teachers, CARE packages, pencils for Red Cross Christmas boxes and by help- ing with March of Dimes drive. To promote school spirit, the council managed the buses to out-of-town games, co- operated with Block M in preparing a rally for the Waterloo football game and sold tickets at football and basket- ball games New undertakings include their participation in a student council conference at Penn Yan in April, co-operating with the Kiwanis Club in a Youth Day Program and plan- ning a new student award-the first annual Citizenship Award in mem- ory of Walter Cerep, late member of the group. Sinnding: Eugene Caraccilo, Treasurerg Richard Jarrett, Vice-President: joan Piscitelli, Secretary. Sealed: Mr Radkte, Adviser: john Pannucci, Presidentg Mrs. Seld, Adviser. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS Burk Rou Smicropi Rogers, Saracino, Andrews, Sykes, Corey, Caraccilo, Bolich, Fraser, l3ranciforte. Front Row: Piscitelli, McComb Eno Second Row: Baker, Meyers, E. Nicandri, White, Fiorelli, 1. Nicandri, Schartzer, Rutz. Standing: Malone, Reardon, Taber, Lockwood, Platten, Stapleton, Amidon, Snyder, Brown, Aldrich, XVilson. Suulezlx Seeley, McComb, Potter, Romeo, How- land, Bair, Maier, Bolich, Sherman,,Sabatini. V LITERARY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC STAFFS THE 1953 MYNDERSIAN Miss julia H. O'Brien Adviser Ruth Howland, Annette Bair Co-Editors The 1953 ll'IJ'Illf67'5fl!ll staff chose a colorful Scotch theme for their annual publication. They worked from fall through March preparing photo- graphs, candid "snaps," and Writeups, with a "bigger and better" yearbook as a goal. Staff heads included Annette Bair and Ruth Howland, Co- Editors, Cameron Fraser, Business Manager, Margaret Martello, Head Typist, james Romeo, Photographic Editor, Claire Maier, Art Editor, Leon Bolich, Sports Editor. Invaluable assistance was given by Bullock Studios and Sutterby and Son. Appreciation also goes to Miss Trulan for her help to the Art Staff in carrying out the theme. A successful book could not be completed without the cooperation of the administration, faculty and students. Financial aid was given by all those who supported the magazine drive, the subscription drive and by those who advertised. To Miss O'Brien, our adviser, goes our special thanks for her much needed aid, instruction, and inexhaustible patience. 44 james Romeo, Photographic Editor, Claire Maier, Art Editor: Margaret Martello, Head Typist: Leon Bolich, Sports Editor. ASSISTANT EDITORS IN Cameron Fraser Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF AND TYPISTS Bark Row: Brown, Zettlemoyer, Catherman, Yates, D. N. livan, Nugent, Calland. Sealed: Ferrara, Shuster, Sisson Rogers, Campbell, Congdon, D. E. Rogers, Bove, Bevins, Sul- Martello, Fraser, Cline, Cusimano, Carbone, Souhan. 25653 4K"" M HdQ.1g.. Q...lY!.l,Q119Dh0Hf Bark Roux' Sinicropi, McComb, W. Campbell, Sanderson, Scialdone, Baker. Third Row: eta. Bove, Parker, DiSanto, Knight, Bohensky, Swan, Urquhart, Magill, Baldasarie, Burtless, Wartl. Second Row: Rott, Scarselleta, Sage, Piscitelli, McComb, Seeley, Souhan, Pollard, Romeo, Amidon, Zettlemoyer, Brown, Holland, Blaisdell, Kirker, Disinger, Andreas. Firsl Roux' Reardon, Campbell, Stapleton, Bove, Sisson, Holland, Fraser, Potter. T STAFF Mynderse "MirroplJo11e." bi-weekly pri tion, has added several new features this year to improve the paper. i .1 and ink sketch of the new school was added as a mast-head, while ty baby pictures, a feature of last year, were replaced by "Mynderse in Profile" and "Noggins Anonymous." The staff expanded the public relations program by polling ex-seniors for sugges- tions for the improving of school life. A column of sports predictions was 21156 lldded- Miss Teresa Compitello EDITORS AND BUSINESS MANAGER Advim. Bove, Sisson, Campbell. The importance of the paper is due to the fact that it brings the school news to the community through school channels. Miss Compitello does out- standing work in guiding the' staff to produce a good paper. The Microphone, edited by Kevin Bove and Wfilliam Sisson, was repre- sented at the Empire State School Press Association Conference in Syracuse. A luncheon in May at which awards were made ended activities for the year. 46 LIBRARY CLUB As a result of the graduation of many of its former members, more students than usual were admitted to the Library Club last fall. Two of the c1ub's projects were to visit a large public library and to entertain the library club of an- other school. The club's major accomplishments included a showing of new books and the entertaining of the Fresh- man Class and its advisersg the re- search program used to provide biographical material to various classes which has been expanded from previous years. As usual, dur- ing their free periods, members at- tend to desk duty and other routine affairs in the library. Back Row: Jeanette Rott, .Treasurerg Anna Mae Lilla, Secretary: Miss Compitello, Adviser: Nickoletta Dejohn, Vice-President. Seated: Dawn Walters, President. OFFICERS AND ADVISERS A drum. a drum, Macbefh dofh come! ' -' Bark Row: Schartzer, Urquhart, Swan, Ludovico, Pacquin. Second Row: Brown, Bennett, DiDominick, Amidon, Marrapese, Aldrich, Baldasarie, J. Turkett, R. Turkett. Front Row: Marr, Troy, Holland, Lawrence. ff in ,lla 5 NW fr Bark Row: Sinicropi, Scialdone, Rogers, W'arfle, Young, Wfilkes. Strom! Roux' Lombardo, Hally, Brown, Potter, Ashbaugh, Bal- dasarie, Reynolds, Lockwood. First Roux' Sherman, Bishop, Sou- han, A. Amidon, j. Amidon. WIG and ROUGE One of Mynderse Academy's older organizations, the Wig and Rouge, with Mrs. Plummer as adviser, has again this year, fuliilled its purpose of promoting in- terest in speech and drama. Their well-planned schedule gave us an inspiring Christmas program, a one-act play, and the annual Frosh-Soph Play Tournament. They also did not for- get their yearly aid to girls, sponsoring again the girl- ask-boy dance. Always ready to help, the VUig and Rouge applied make-up to the Rotarians and Kiwanians in their annual 48 We tm If if were done When 'fis done Seated: Richard jarrett, Vice-Presidentg Karen Bove, President: Mrs. Plummer, Adviser. Standing: Joan Piscitelli, Treasurer: Hazel Zettlemoyer, Secretary. OFFICERS AND ADVISER productions, as well as to the junior and Senior play casts. The Wig and Rouge members found time to enjoy themselyes also by attending out of town dramatic productions. They ended another successful year with their annual picnic. fhen 'fwere well H was done quickl ' 8' i , i y , , , .shbaugh, Bove, Howland. Seroml Roux' Sherman, Sisson, Bishop, Souhan, fline, Maier, Amidon. Frou! Roux' Malone, Reynolds, Potter. ' freshmen looking forward to being pledged to the Queens SENIOR PLAY TAKE CARE OF MY LITTLE GIRL ark Row- Ro crs Bair Lombardo Carbone Brown Lockwood Wilstsn The senior play, "Take Care of My Little Girl," directed by Mrs. Plummer, was a sprightly college farce. The plot revolved around the problems that arose among Q Sorority, the best on campus. The story centered around 5 Liz Erikson QBetty Clinef, Casey fShirley Lockwoodj, re- . actionary in the sorority, and their friends and foes. A good supporting cast gave a satisfactory performance. Queens Candelight Ceremony i 'I ' .1 f if Y ,215 1 Shnuling: Harris, Bohensky, Scialdone, Sinicropi, McComb Peone Cosen- tino. Sealed: Mills, Bove, Troy, Baldasarie, Pezzulo. IUNIOR PLAY "We Shook the Family Tree," under the direction of Mrs. Thedore Guglin, was a riotous success. Hildegarde Dalson, fBetty Baldasariej faced many family obstacles over her Prom date, Freddie Shermer Uohn Scialdonej, an unwilling wearer of knickers. Finally, Hildegarde and Freddie succeeded in outwitting the latter's "stuffy" parents, and best of all, Freddie won emancipation from the detested knickers forever. Pezzulo, Bove, Scialdone 49 WQQAF A K re...-1 4.aa-2 Gt fgs A, K Bark Raw: DelRusso, White, Stackelhaus, Giovannini, Sher- Sullivan, Baldassari, Pollard. Firs! Row: Derdita, McConnell man, Rogers, Bevins, McNaney, Shepherd. Second Row: Camp- Drew, Riggle, Piscitelli, Palandro, joel Serling, Bevins, Bolich bell, Agnello, Scialdone, Beatini, Mills, Baker, lrland, Austin, Clay, Shuster. H COLOR GUARD Spring Concert on March 31, a "whistle-stop" for Governor Adlai Stevenson, and home football games were high spots in the year's band schedule. Fourteen new members were taken into the organization making a total of sixty. Mr. MacCubbin gave special instructions to twenty-five stu- dents who participated in the May Canandaigua Competition Festival. Five band members were accepted for All State and Regional Bands. During the year, concerts were given at Stanton, St: Patrick's and First Ward schools. These were full programs, presented with the aim of increasing music appreciation among pupils at elemen- tary school level. 50 BAND 1 J1 V, v' ,F , ,,,, X N ' J7 ,303 ' " 1: L F ,L mba' ?YWF-- ' 4 , ,tyco EE 1 'QNQQJ ' ska, aiiifitt f ' ft ,gsiatesaaj E' 5 'sl Q 4' 9 s I . isa A L. f 41 Bark Row: Jacoby, McComb, Sinicropi, Branciforte, Updyke, Stapleton, Sherman. Second Row: Bates, Disinger, Withers, E. Hubman, Ashbaugh, Stone, Hubman, Dalton. Front Row: Land- bergh, McCabe, Rhinehart, Fraser, Eno, Meldrim, jim Serling, S. Ashbaugh, Bohensky, McComb. Direction of the Dance Band, called the "Stardusters," was divided this year between two students, Dick DelRusso and Robert Branchiforte. Completing their second year as a group, the musicians played for school dances, parties, and several outside engagements. Four new members were taken in to raise the total to six, with plans for further expansion. Bark R Ser'ap1d2,w" Mr. Macc : bb' Itfiugh, Shiign B0h6n5ky:IAsZ" 'Comb an' Ffvw Rauf DANCE BAND Standing: Pollard, Eno Seated: McNaney, Baker Bevins. 51 l Branciforte, D ' E re d i t a, C3 A 4. as ii' X 1 Bark Rou j Amidon Goodman Fraser Boxe Campbell Pollard A Amidon Wilson jones Knight Thatcher Defler Thzrd Rou Calland Scott Bates Jacoby Branuforte Del Russo Marr Bohenskv Deary Brown Aldrich Taber. Scrum! Rou. Sherman Dillomimck Pollard Sinicropi jim' Serling, Baker, Shuster, Meeks, Disinger, Halden. First Row: Brown Duonola, Deredita, Withers, Sherwood, Nucci, Baker, Durnin, Galgano VARSITY CHORUS Varsity Choir is organized for the purpose of promoting the appreciation of the art of music by participation. Lindsey. At Piano: Lockwood, Rogers. Festival in Ovid. Robert MacCubbin Director 5 2 james Jacoby, Beverly Taber, Librarians Roberta Wilson, Secretary. OFFICERS The Choir began their year by Christmas caroling and a party at the "Barn," A successful and enjoyable Christmas Program and Spring Concert were followed by their participation in competition at the New York State Festival in Canandaigua and the County QBack Row: Howes, Kreager, Cammuso, Bark Row: 1. Ashbaugh, Crack- nell, Wallace, Schartzer, Hoop- er, Cafaro, Dutton, Lewis, Decker, Cunningham. Second Row: Stewart, N. Morrisey, Waters, Parker, Reynolds, Morehouse, Knapp, Green, Hauf, Heywood. Third Row: Putney, P. Morrisey, Carello, jones, Nicandri, J. Warile, Lockwood, Fiorelli. Fourth Row: LaBour, Haust, Ashley, Reese, P. Warfle, Scaramuzzino, Cunningham, DePasquale, Howe, S. Ashbaugh. Front Row: Bevins, Clay, Clapper, Vanlipps, Stone, jackson, Dowen, Manzari. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Mrs. john Fraser is director of the Girls' Glee Club, organized to further interest in choral expression. A Mrs. john Fraser Director its year. Swinehart, Lewis, Stackelhaus, Rogers, Warren 'Meeks, Louden, Riggle, Stubbs, Shayer, Reynolds Fifth Row: Green, Peoples, Cusimano, Backman D'Ercole, Ingersall, Reynolds, Ryan, Anna Knu erbur Haldon Wildes Bobeau Mil pp gr ' ler, Zona, L. Knuppenburg, Mills., Fourtb,Row. Nicandri, Schweitz, Lamuraglia, Santoro, Clark, VanCleef, ,Mr Halden, K. Brady, Lapomardo, 1221. kc' " Whipple, I Y Andreas, Christmas program, participation in the County Festival and the giving of its Spring Concert in April highlighted Heywood, Skinner, jorgensen, Robert Cunningham, Bachman. Third Row: Dick Cunningham, Hauf, McNabb, Landburg, White, Paulich, Ahren, Carne- vale, Schulman, Ellison, Stahlnuker, Carbone, Sanpietro, Wilkes. Second Row: Blaisdell, M. Brad , Petermen, Conke , Sarney, Lemma, Nedza Y Y 1 Stewart. Front Row: Parker, Hedden, Thompson, Huff, jones, Meldrim, Sorensen, Torrellas, Sage, Kohout, Caulkins, Lilla, Paquin, Bishop. Joyce Reese, Vice-President Colleen Bevins, Secretary Dorothy Morehouse, President Grace Cunningham, Treasurer X.. .J b x pf. . xx .- . I ll. A W wg Fi' kno' r in-' J ,th gJ!jfub'1w'j tm'-T4!Qgl,5, Y xp 1 ', ' JU . Q' J f .ffcwfb ' .Air -' rt- , '-X. if -!WM"A CN 4 IUNIOR HIGH GLEE CLUB 53 Betty Wilson' d Disingef Mi"'S"e d N- Roge . ' 'an l'Ecmure: Mane Si:4L1riih1es,. . o Mimstre de . des Pr g rs, LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Le Cercle Francais, consisting of forty-nine members, the largest num- ber in many years, initiated fourteen new members this year. The club, directed by Mrs. Seld, had an interesting year. They sponsored noon hour dances enjoyed by the whole y meetings were school. Their monthl conducted entirely in French, to further their use of the language. Entertain- ment by puppet shows and educational French games were features of meet- ings. To end the year a banquet was held at the Armitage at which time eligible members received club pins. , I l I 1 . Davi Sfanfungi ans Portewtliueilgiesident dlf -Celfliiiixistre du Tresor' Mimstre 5 C sennno, ' Sabatmx, ' Sefffed' mio coitseih Rosemarie DVISER President du OFFICERS AND A Bark Row: Martin, Knight, Reynolds, Lambert, Livingston, Hauf, Waters, Rossi. Seated: Cline, Reardon, Pezzulo, Levus Sykes, J. McComb, M. McComb, Irland, Pannucci, Corey, Urqu- Sullivan, Wilson, Cosentino, Rogers, Sabatini, Piscitelli, Taber hart. Second Row: Seeley, Pollard, Calland, Kirker, Bishop Harris. Ashbaugh, Smith, Stone D' ' Y , ismger, DeSanto, Reese, Haust, Koch, ,-m,.f, awmmuafm ,.a.m.......r.....,.,- gy-W www tr- www M -- ,...M,,i-,.....,.M ,-X,--'mimi tr... N.MN .W ,W,,m, ., , A ,, M 1 Qi? ,Q-. X Back Row: Bair, Sipos, Maier, Wilkes. Front Row.' Bove, Bohensky, Malone, McComb, Lombardo. SCIENCE CLUB Double, double, foil and frouble. Fire burn and caldron bubble. Boom! Crash! Bang! Mynderse Academy's Science Club got underway this year with an ap- propriate beginning - experiments, explosions, and discoveries. The highlight of the year was the trip with Mr. Guglin to the Corning Glass Center. We were all fascinated by the museums, optics depart- ment, glass blowers and etchers, and the beautiful glass display. This trip proved the theory that fun and facts can be combined to yield experience. Our traditional Science Club picnic ended the year. Those not graduating are looking forward to next year's experiments and discoveries in the wonderland of science. 55 1? . , gfasur-e,?w?:rKevi,, B "Mx 34,4 G . 0 Ov uglm, Asiisfgw, xijulfresidem, - Shirley gm Sigma Urh H0 'HPI I Vic .p Wind OFFICERS eton, Seqrjtalgeszdem OFFICERS AND ADVISER Q5 W4 ' ,Zi ' . 32134 ' i 1 'f' P-L . .'.LQA1i" -i?,"Z'ii - lw?"'5 vm v .r CA N yt ,S.x..v'x I ' I , tw . 1T',v'y"- f 'lf 1 A -'. 1' itil: ,?'L9,! x 1 wx .Je 1 I Il .iii Ke. , 414 is X , ,wc . -1 2- S- A.-'l 'WF-" fy lf .' jf, ,' ' Fl xnxx 1 1 A A ,I .ilu L x. A DF: et Wx" ffff it M lx Q l X X 5, Y ix., mxill Flgl - 615 i 4 ei f"' 5 K I 'i f I Q 1111 ' of ' 'S The Acanthus Club under the super- vision of Miss Trulan, began the school term with the initiation of new members. Projects for the year included place mats for our local hospital, gaily painted horses ' for use in games at Sampson, bulletin dis- H i plays for our public library, and cupboard y doors for the kindergarten. The members have been acquiring a Slllmliuqr Lois Hulf, Treasurer: Betty Andreas, deeper appreciation Offlrt through the Van' Vice-President. Svutwl: lillen Swan, President: ous l'f0gmm51md prolects' Lucille Marrapese, Secretary, Miss Trelan, Adviser litlvk Razr: Rott, Manzari, P. Kirker, Cunningham, Harris, Bohenskv Green Parker, Magill, Smith. Ifruut Roux' Troy, B. Kirker, Reynolds, Holland, jories, Hauist. Lil? 1 . f'im ,ff-Ja fdlil K. orgy -- X .. .W q.. LATIN CLUB B455 Ro Rguj. Shu," Thorpe F h A -' , efwood, ' 2. fy, Mi , edlle. Sfhartzer McMillan, St? M.11cf, Adm . , Kirk, Con wart, jack er, Ashbau h sulsg Lockwoodsfjpgdqowen, Vi ,EIIgIami11, Hughes D , ie. Ps, Fforem F3 auscht S . zrrt Row: Plfglond EY, T romote interest in the knowledge 0 P of Latin is the aim of the Latin Club. ' de The club's program this year was - signed by Miss Miller and the members for the furthering of the Latin language. Consuls planned meetings observing special Roman feasts. The annual Roman banquet held in May, in which Roman customs were celebrated, climaxed the year's program. CAMERA CLUB The purpose of the Camera Club, advised by Mr. Becker, is to stimu- late the interest in ' photography in Mynderse Academy. The development of a dark room, for which new equipment was pur- ject of the clpb. standing student photog dent. Bark Row: Hubman, Hamill, Magill, Livingston, Updike, Rogers, John Romeo, DeSanto. Front Row: Mr. Becker, Adviser, Morehouse, Hughes, James Romeo, Presidentg Landberg. 57 chased, was the mam pro- james Romeo, out- rapher, was club presi- 3 v A 1 l J 1 l Ln- FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The F. F. A., led by Mr. Koska, follows a program of self-improvement to achieve better farming by doing things for others. Their main projects were rodent control, sponsoring livestock judging teams and a basketball team. Back Row: Chalker, Secretaryg Stuck, Parish, Zwick, Payne, Smith, Brown, Treasurer. Second Row: Koska, Adviserg Bennett, President: Frankenfield, Vice-President: Lotz, Reporterg Wilson. County Reporter. Front Row: Amidon, Sullivan, Lafler, Sentinel. etarY der Sect Advisery Sny AJVKSCY - was 12-fobst Mass Gibbs' I2 Row! Caa ese Pefke' Tutti, Deax' Vlafdv Pres, 1 d Row! Eppi, Mensa.. Sew" Haydon, Van ' t 7.34, ,gn A fx i ' w qi i rro BevinS, , Stackglhauh V b lS:ziramuz1.iu0, Re ' ffjilig et T , f"' i fjylfi K IUNIOR i' J, I-4,l,,.AX"4.x R E D c R o s s fig. f I 4' 1 ,hh em '.-. " From Row: Treasurer' Heywood- , dem? Putn6Yv The Council's projects, directed by Miss Jacobs, included the sending of forty-two gift boxes to European orphans, favors and tray mats to the johnson Home, Sampson and Seneca Falls Hospi- tals. Besides helping at the blood bank, the Coun- cil sent an album of Seneca Falls to Holland in return for the one received. E s I I I n i s 1 1 1 1 1 sansmmlas wwifsl1 12 an lamp 4 Maulana is wan m1ii:ul4my:m N 2 S S 3 E 5 F E 6 2 R Q ix J 3 i E f 5 4 1 N i 1 w E I P Ti, gf? aff 0629 ff? Sss, '? -552 25? Sgciffofk fi Lea W Q y,ffM O g I QWJW vufj'jg,'f: W? ?7f07W'.21.,.,ffifjf3" 'WM2ZL?bW,4, -am, 90fW""" Jw-L,bAf Q3 is w 43 fm Qi! S MEM Si M 202+ M jp! 'qw W Mff' My qw Bark Roux' Burtless, Kirker, Knight, Koch. Frau! Roux' Frantz, Smith, Lombardo, Bevins. fs: ,H 1 we R R L V s av- Na, dinna forget, ye ha'e seen about everything worth see- in' in the pep of the bonnie lasses - Aye, our Cheer- leaders! ! Veg CHEER- 46, LEADERS Bark Row: Lorenzetti, Knight. Front Roux' Taber, Bove, Lombardo, Bishop, Lockwood, Giovannini. VARSITY 61 1 . 75,11 . Q I-1 f - - 'f f -64 X 'ct 1952-1953 CHAMPIONS ,Lead on Iiiacduff' fi .A ' 'H' .. . f. - N rp " A f' gl, Y, 1 . J! .' .lf a x 1 I I Q Nl ..,, Ks I I J am... -pan., N 5 1 , 38 .Y YQ -3, ' W V-. , V W K ft!-M, A 4.2 ' 5 if .1 ,YH VARSITY Bark Roux' Coach Davis, Del Russo, Serling, Cafaro, Meyers. First Raw: Galletti, Managerg Branciforte, Urqu- Coreyg Sipos, Van Cleef, Giovannini, Palandro, Asst. hart, Morehouse, Beerse, McComb, Mahony, Jarrett, Manager. Serond Roux' Peone, Addona, McNaney, Eno, Piscitelli, Asst. Manager. 'Wi il z is ii B4 Back Row: Coaches Davis, Masterson, Koskag Rogers, lrlartd, Lombarcga, Caragilo. Seciond gout: S C O R E S . .' evm owes, no, om, lljffcrgdlmh, Cosentinii. Mynderse Opponents 13 Newark .....,................ 33 Palmyra ..........,........... 43 Rochester, East High 36 Penn Yan .,,.,.,,,.,,.,,,,, 19 Clyde 1 ...... 43 Lyons .... 46 DeSales 26 Waterloo ..... ACTION SHOTS 1. The offensive starts rolling. 2. Spike and Pace get their man. 3. DeRenzo of Clyde is stopped. STARTING LINE-UP The Mynderse Blue Devils claimed the Wayne Finger Lakes Conference title by completing their second straight undefeated season. Throughout the fall a powerful line and backfield kept opposition to a minimum. Mynderse compiled a total of 259 points compared with the opponents' 44 points. Two relatively new teams entered the group of Mynderse's rivals this year, Newark and East High of Rochester. The victorious Mynderse team was well- trained by the superior coaching of Mr. Davis, Mr. Koska and Mr. Masterson. 63 Bark Row: Pannucci, Howes, Cosentino, Jarrett, Saracino, Irland. Front Row: Rogers Caraccilo BASKETBALL Mynderse Academy's 1952-53 basketball team completed its season with a decisive victory over DeSales. Four other wins were also salvaged by the Blue and White during the season, including two victories over Ovid and one over both Lyons and Geneva. Nearly seventy-five percent of the losses were by narrow margins of points. The team under the direction of Coach Masterson, showed excellent team spirit and sportsmanship. High scorer for the year was John Pannucci who netted a total of 206 points. ' Seniors on the squad who played for Mynderse for the last time include lrland, Pannucci and Rogers. Andrews, Ass't. Manager Rogers, Captain Masterson, Coach Fraser Manager COACH, CAPTAIN MANAGER S C O R E S Mynderse Opponent Mynderse Opponent 43 Lyons ........... ....... 5 9 38 Waterloo .... 44 Geneva ......... ....... 3 5 41 Canandaigua 67 Waterloo ........ ....... 6 9 46 Newark ...... 71 DeSales .............. ....... 5 8 53 Geneva ...,.... 54 Canandaigua ...... ....... 5 7 50 Penn Yan ., 71 Penn Yan ........ .....,. 8 5 68 Ovid ............ 46 Newark ,,..... ....... 5 1 61 Lyons ...,... 58 Ovid ....,.... ....... 5 4 45 DeSales .,,... Q wi 3. , if 3 9 r fgo 'foul and fair a day I have nof seen. 5 ,.., g ul L ' Q, 5 1, ,t 5 4 . ,?f" '.d Y ,- rl if ' ' K7 Q 'P -QF 'V IQAQA fxfi.-'ii'-1'-w Q l,ng"Q,",?'f'.,' an ...,,f Ji' 'Y ,.,Qx I .gg . ik , 1 2,- 4 Q " f'f- on 0' ' Y ,, Q, f' an X ff 65 39 49 36 34 42 30 35 40 S 70 Curr, . . 64 J v., Mawson . 63 Coarbey , Varslfy. 31 IUNIOR VARSITY J. V. SCORES Mynderse Opponent 77 DeSales ..,.. 39 Waterloo .... 18 Geneva ........ 43 Penn Yan .. Lyons ,..,...... ,. . Lanandaxgua DeSales ...... Waterloo .... Ovid ..........., Canandaigua Newark ...... Penn Yan . OV1d ............ Lyons .......... Geneva ........ Newark ...... Buck Row: R. Eno, Moulton, 1. Eno, McComb, Sullivan, Corey, McNaney. Front Raw: Baker, Meyers, Cafaro, Nicandri. Cunningham, High Jump. Q55 Co-Captain, Shepherd - C nach, Cooley -qpu-W - v-, ,.,- f- TRACK Led by co-captains Cunningham and Shepherd and ably coached by Mr. Cooley, the 1952 track team was victorious in two of its slated meets. With a score of 58-38, Mynderse defeated Newarkg Phelps was beaten by a score of 42-40. Competition was also held with Geneva, Penn Yan and Waterloo. Runners were sent to the Sectionals, the Relay Carnival held in Geneva and the Section V meet in Rochester. Although several runners will be lost through graduation, good seasons are expected in the fu- ture since Junior High students are now being trained with the varsity team. k o 1 , , 1-- if ,M . . Ay ,JA 511 sf- ef' , :, 4 53" ref" A lfiffvafcfffv- ff gyigffgfgj. 'Iii-5 7 .4'NHtE"Kf3"3l: -Y-1-ff l , X. h Eg ' 2 Heat er Back Rau Asst Manager Anderson Van Cleef M McComb Peone Irland Wolfe Snpos Shepherd Cunningham Reynolds Eno Morehouse Jarrett Coach Cooley Urquhart Wormuth Decker Vona Waterboy Bobeau J McComb Bolnch Smith Fzrst Row Manager Congdon 5 BE M Me, V Q 'f K V all '5f3'5fi'L3f - ff H , X 15? ,161 JKLP' " f 5 ,. ,rf.fi365' 4 r if,-r sg I an Q, .Y , - f, ,W . ie- Q , W ar, fa ,aff L f., 5? . 5 ap,,iikf A t 'aguyjzfafmlisgia hi, It, ,. ,iff J' Y . ii 927, t Mlffit f25'ef?r:4 'li elvis, ifiifgimgeflglktv ,' HY 35f'ExM'i' W f5frQ',Y'1flAwi. ,K A U fwfr-fair-.fu wrt safe? U Q, ,W M, agWg',5,e A W' ,ff - mf sw N wah f 4+ , ww it U, at L, if',in,. ,,M ' E231 , ' 4 2,1239 N mil' rB'lg'53'j , 1 x 1' x .we :r'wlw e', V W ..,.. , Y , A Wd? J f T. 1 1' w 3aaWg.r' xg le - f ' tr , ,. , .. Q k 5 Pl' is my A A 5 E ufgww 141' if S , ' tre 'li' r M , pf, l k, gg A 8 Bark Row: Cosentino, Pannucci, Caraccilo, Giglio, Palumbo, Carello, Coach Masterson. Front Row: Rogers, Sisson, Bevins, Garnsey, Addona, Lombardo, G. Caraccilo, Yates. SCORES Mynderse Oppgnents 4 Penn Yan ..... ..... 4 Penn Yan ...... ..... 5 Holy Family 11 DeSales ...,... 2 Geneva .,.,.....,.. ..... 3 Canandaigua 23 Newark .......... ..... 9 Waterloo ..... ..... 8 DeSales .,..... ..,.. 2 Geneva ......,..... ..... 0 Canandaigua 7 Waterloo ........ ..... 6i7 BASEBALL CHAMPS H Champions in the league and at the Finger Lakes Conference, the 1952 Blue and White nine brought home the first Section V Championship in Mynderse baseball history. Outstanding features of the club who had invaluable coaching experience from Mr. Masterson, were a tight- defensive infield and shutout ball pitched by Pannucci. Managed by Palandro and Peone, the squad was led by Captain Addona. Cy Garnsey received both the Most Valuable Hitter Award and the Most Valuable Player Award. An addition to baseball is the junior Varsity team, organized and coached by Mr. Winthrop. Bark Roux' Bove, Giglio. Serond Row: Galletti, Mr. Winthrop, Coachg Deary. Front Roux' Fraser, Campbell. TENNIS The tennis team completed its 1952 season with a four win-four loss rec- ord. The schedule consisted of two matches each with Canandaigua, Geneva, Penn Yan and Waterloo. It was the best team produced in recent years, since the rate of improve- ment was exceedingly high. BOWLING The Mynderse bowling team missed finishing its season in first place by one point. Teams defeated include Penn Yan, Red jacket and Victor. Individual high scorer was john Campbell with 229, while Cameron Fraser made the highest average score with 166.7. Coach Winthrop loses all but Deary and Galletti by graduation. Mr. Smith, Campbell, W. Smith. GOLF Efficiently coached by Mr. Fraser, Mynderse's golf team en- tered into competition with Geneva and Waterloo, two matches being scheduled with each team. "Cam" Fraser and Paul Wat- kins were consistent top men and led the team to victory in two of the matches. Although Meyers and Baker will be lost through graduation, Mr. Fraser Mt. fa Campbell, C- msg ' e Fraser, Advis rx BOW, Dei 68 Ru550 anticipates a successful 1955 season. .A BLOCK M ,v 0 ea Tee'-P , 'msg V Q' 9 fy...-Us w., -9 'ogg'-:,p Q M, 'Q ,ff 'SZ-r' This group consists of fifteen prominent male athletes in Mynderse Academy. Their primary goal is to promote and achieve better sportsman- ship and fair play, not only in athletics, but in all school activities. At Mr. Bakefs suggestion, the Block M worked diligently using the project of sportsmanship cards passed among the spectators to improve the quality of the behavior at our games. Block M leads other clubs in social life, too, combining a hayride, a formal dance, and a picnic in one year. The outstanding athletes of the year receive awards from the Block M at the final assembly in June. 69 Mr. Cooley Adviser TUMBLING Swan Dive over Parallel Bars Dick Meyers JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL Sam Agnello, Italo Cosentino WEIGHT LIFTING Standing: Campbell, Brunskill, Dombrowski, Fraser, Bove. Front: Cusimano, Ellison. BASKETBALL CHAMPS - Room 19 BOYS' SPORTS GYMNASTICS Flip over Parallel Bars Robert Branciforte Don Shepherd John Howes. 3 WRESTLING Back Row: Campbell, Cusimano, Dombrowski. Front Row: Ellison, Bove, Fraser. BOYS' SPORTS Szde Horse - Morehouse. - i..4 Trampoline -- Mac McComb. Shoulder Stand - joe Piscitelli. Back Row: Cunningham, Andreas, Huff, Sullivan, Sherman, Burtless. Second Row: Knight, Troy, Holland, Ferrara, Swan, Wilson, Snyder. Front Row: Ashbaugh, Taber, Baldasarie, Marshall, Reese, Scarselletta. - o eaSUfer.' FYOW' - ' aren Bfgf' glee-Prejdgiltlbard, Presldem . K . . Back Row. nine more 'icaeotgxann . . if . 12222, bitter, secrewy OYHCERS The Girls' Athletic Association, which is com- posed of twenty-two members who are selected by a point system, rating their sportsmanship, ability, team cooperation and participation, shares responsibilities of athletic activities with the Block M. Under the guidance of Miss Finley, club ad- viser, the G.A.A. supported the teaching of the X I-S'1'?Tf! 'gc-5:01.22'we.'Q:.:,,:.. W, f1 Q Pxxxxxv A , ., c , YQQIQQQ3 - C331-Y-igivgi Miss FmleY,RA3'2 units of modern dance in the gym classes and also more advanced work in the various sports. The G.A.A. sponsored play days, intramurals, and also chose and presented awards for the outstand- ing girl athletes. They ended their yearly activities with a picnic at the State Park. 72 Anna Marie Lorenzetti TUMBLING GIRLS' SPORTS ARCHERY Huff, Holland Wfxnning Deck Tennis Teams-Flying Beauties and Life Savers. BADMINTON 7 e Tumbling for gf Newark ay Day. th and 8th Grad f JM - xg! I Winning Soccer Team - Back Row: Snyder, Sabatine, Martin, Ashbaugh, Knight, Calland. Second Row: Ferrara, Urquhart, Taber. First Raw: Wilson, Sullivan, Souhan. Louie Knight GYMNASTICS .V Bark Row: Stewart, Holland, Nugent, Morehouse, Troy, Dowen, Hibbard. Cenler: Brown, Dutton, Frantz., WINNING BOWLING TEAM WINNING BASKETBALL TEAMS "The Machine" and "Swisbes". Cunningham, Huff, Knight. TENNIS . wv11S0"' AQQXAOISV LXNG 50 GIRLS' SPORTS Cunningham, Huff. TENNIS 74 This Full Page Space Confribuied by Q THE BOARD OF EDUCAHQN E Seneca Falls N Y Compllmenfs of GEB and SOUHAN xr' Y 13 Furnishings from Moore's are a consfani' refleciion of your good +as+e. M ' "FURNITURE WITH .4 FUTURE" BETWEEN SENECA FALLS AND WATERLOO 77 Compliments of GUULDS PUMPS INC. Seneca Falls, N. Y. World's largesl rnanufaclurer of pumps exclusively HADLEY'S HARDWARE SYLVANIA TELEVISION FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES KAISER - HEN RY-J Phone I2 Seneca Falls, N. Y. ll-he Cars of Tomorrow Todayl Best Wishes to Greetings to Each and Everyone of You HENRY WM. KOCH THE CLASS OF wsa K. B. MOTOR CO., INC STUBBS LUMBER CO., INC Johns-Manville Service Cen+er Compliments 27 STATE STREET of s F u N Y I SENECA FI-ILLS HEVEILLE Compliments af SENECA FALLS FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION, INC. Compliments Of SENECA FI-ILLS KNITTING MILLS CO.. INC. 9 .L SOUHAN and SONS INC. Phone 59I W Best Wishes to the CLASS OF I953 Robert I. Howland, D.D.S. Sucress to THE CLASS OF l953 , Lyle D. VanGorder VAN GCRDER PHARMACY BEST WISHES ANDREW L. SIPOS Compliments of Best Wishes THE ROTARY CLUB to The Class of I953 "ROGERS" Frozen Food Center Good luck from "Cayuaga S+ree+ Forks" WARD'S CANDY SHOP 49 Fall S'rree+ Ice Cream - "Deliciously Differenf' Candy - "We Make H" FOUNTAIN SERVICE THE SENECA COUNTY TRUST COMPANY OF SENECA FALLS, N. Y. 81 Congratulations to the Members of +l1e l953 Class of Mynderse Academy The Seneca Falls Savings Bank Home of Your School Savings F.D.I.C. C om plimenls of MILO H. SAHLER, D.D.S. Compliments of ROSE FRANCIS Compliments Of PHILIP SERLING Compliments of PETER M. DORAN Compliments of FURNITURE Funeral Direc'I'or STQRY and STRONG Hardware Congratulations and Successt THE CLASS OF I953 Neil McCIymon'I t DONALD C. WOLF INSURANCE AGENCY 8 CLARY BUILDING I Compliments of SENECA FALLS MACHINE CO. 83 Compliments Of WESTCOTT RULE CO. Incorporated Congratulations to the "SHANNxONS" THE CLASS OF l953 REBA'S FASHIONS Ou'l'fiHers +o Mynderse Men Best Wislaes to THE CLASS OF '953 FRED MAIERXAND soNs Building Maferials -- Coal I Radian+ Elecfric Heafing Planfs S Painfg and Hardware 7-9-II Rurnsey Sf. Phone 2 84 l'm Compz ents of COSENTINO'S MOTORS, INC. 555 PACKARD, STUDEBAKER CARS and TRUCKS Seneca Falls, New York Esfablished l9I9 ' Phone 39 P Coafs - Suifs - Dresses Corsefs - Lingerie - Accessories Best Wishes to the GRADUATING CLASS K I W A N I S C L U B Sporlswear - Cosfume Jewelry OF l953 l42 Genesee S+. Auburn, N. Y THE STATE BANK OF SENECA FALLS, N. Y. II6 Years of Banking Service 1-41 85 PARADISE RESTAURANT Best Wishes to the Best Wishes CLASS OF I953 to THE CLASS OF I953 Joseph V. Alongi, Prop. NOI.HN'S SHOE STORE Compliments - of the QUALITY SHOES AT CAPITAL FINANCE MODERATE PRKES CORPORATION 90 FALL ST. Seneca Falls, New York Phone 565 f l5l'ilf'g,l Success and Happiness to the CLASS 0F 1953 Benevolenl and Proleclive Order of Elks SENECA FALLS LODGE NO. 992 86 ln. Complimenfs of SYLVI-INIII ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC. TELEVISION PICTURE TUBE PLANT SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Compliments of STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS 81 CLIPPER CRAFT SUITS o TAILORS CLEANERS I PRESSERS Seneca Clothlng Company Seneca Falls, N. Y. FREEMAN SHOES INTERWOVEN SOCKS SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Compliments of SENECA NOVELTY CO. lncorpora+ed Manufacfurers of SENCO School Rulers Seneca Falls. N. Y. Com limen s of p t WESTERN ,AUTO Seneca Falls Typewri+er ASSOCIATION STORE EXCl1an9e Blcvcuss AND PARTS ALL SPORTING GOODS I2 Sfaie Sireef 78 Fall S+ree+ Plwon 6l9 "On your way to School" ClYde Defler' Prop' Compliments LT. CYRUS GARNSEY, 3rd POST NO. l323 Ladies' Auxiliary and War Dads Complimenls of BEN NEAL BUICK INC. 88 Complimenls of I MOREHOUSE BDHT MFG. C0. P PW Lalze Road, Seneca Falls, N. Y. COMPLETE BOAT LIVERY -FISHING TACKLE AND MARINE SUPPLIES - PAINT BAIT Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1953 May The Good Luck Thal Broughl You Through To Graclualion Be Wilh You Always KIRK-CASEY POST NO. 365 AMERICAN LEGION Compliments of Compliments of C 0 O L E Y ' S Wallpaper and Pain+ Slore William J. Malone, D.D.S. II Sfreel' Phone 225 M 89 We Compliments of B R 0 T R N ' S Quality Clothiers Since l925 Compliments of C0"1P1f"1ff1ff THE LOYAL ORDER OF of THE MOOSE LODGE DR. ANGELO ROMEO NO. 544 V Seneca Falls, N. Y. . FRED L. HUNTINGTON, INC. CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH INTERNATICNAL TRUCKS 90 SANDERSON'S Funeral Direcfors Eslablislied l829 Ambulance Service Phgne 350 Congratulations to the Members of C,,,,,,,,i,,,e,,,, of THE CLASS oi: :oss OF MYNDERSE ACADEMY Goon LUCK: STEWART'S RESTA . URANT HARRYS TIRE s. SUPPLY I23 FALL STREET 69 Fall Sffeef Seneca Falls. New York "Easy Terms" Evans, Mgr Sem' Fans' New YW" Local "FiREsToNE STORE" BASTIAN BROS. CO. ROCHESTER, NEW YORK Manufacfurers of High School and College Pins anol Rings Engraved Commencemenl lnvilalions Announcemenls and Personal Cards GEORGE KILLIP Rochesfer, New York Disfrici' Manager 91 Compliments Compliments of "THE PENNYSAVER" of Your Besf Adverfising Medium DOYLE 8: MIDEY Cvmplimfflfr Of SENECA FALLS SALES CO. H. W. 81 lncorporaied INC, "Ford Dealers Since 1927" FORD Seneca Fans' N' Y' Sales and Service l26 Fall S+. Phone 24 Complimenls of Sinicropi's Red and White Food Store Congra+ula'rions, Class of l953 I8 Rumsey S+ree'I' Phone 300 92 Rr! Beacon Him THE cAYusA PLANT or Res fam, D Research THE BsAcoN MILLING co. oafvh Farm .v hes BEACON FEEDS AND BEACON SERVICE Developed Over 30 Years of Research and Farm Testing ' THE BEACON MILLING COMPANY, INC. Yomc, PENNA. CAYUGA, N. Y. EASTPORT, N. Y When in Need of Furniiure, Floor Coverings or Draperies TRY WAIT'S FIRST Also Compleie Decoraiive Service THE H. R. WAIT CO. Auburn's Largest Mos? CompIe+eIy Sfocked and Besi Equipped Home Furnishing Esiablishmeni Main Sfore Sfove Sfore 77-83 Genesee Sf. 22 DiII Sf. Used Furniiure and Anfiques 24-26 Clark Sireei' Upholsiering and Furnifure Repairs Now ai' Main Sfore Compliments of IOHN I-I. BRADY Insurance and Real EsI'a1'e I I43 FALL STREET Compzfm enfs of WELLS W. PERKINS o Qualify Foods C School Supplies Central New York's Finest Shop for Women afeifs 3-5-1 STATE STREET AIIUUII. I. I. Compliments of Sou'rI1 Side SANDWICH SHOP Compliments vi SUTTERBY STUDIO Compliments of CRAYTON'S DRUG STORE Compliment: of SENECA PRESS PUBLISHING Co., Incorporafed i' Dlslincfive Prinling and Hallmark Greeling Cards Chevrolef Oldsmobile Cadillac SENECA MOTOR CO. SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Berlceley Square Suils Joclcey Underwear CARNEVALE'S MEN'S SHOP II3-II5 Fall Sfreef Phone 5I-W Seneca Falls, New Yorlr Congratulations and Sufcess to THE CLASS OF I953 O W. H. BURNS Compliments of v VARSITY CHEERLEADERS VARSITY: Birdie, Suzie, Shirley, Louie, Karen, Bev., Joanne, Anna Marie, Joyce Mary Jane. JAY VEE: Burfie, Abby, Coleen, Calhy, Nancy, Janne, Pal, Barb, Gail, Sally. S O UA R E D EA L FURNITURE CO. 63 Fall S+ree+ 54 Genesee S'rree+ Seneca Falls Auburn Best Wishes CLASS OF I953 FINGER LAKES SPORTING GOODS CO. JOE SINICROPI IOO Fall S+. Seneca Falls, N. Y. E Tel. IO56 Everything .... For Sports Compliments of CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Seneca FaIIs. N. Y. MASTEN SUPPLY CO. FARM EQUIPMENT GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME APPLIANCES Kingdom Bridge and I02 Fall Sireei Phones 760 - 999 JOHN BELLARDINO, INC Best Wishes to the CLASS OF I953 THE BULLOCK STUDIO Compliments of MOUNT, MILLER Compliments of THE CARIBOU and Fine Foods . LegaI Beverages Phone 49 Sfevenson Sf. 878-I Seneca Falls, N. Y. 96 I Compliments of EAST MGTOR CO. O 2 I S+a+e Sfreel' Seneca Falls, N. Y. DODGE - PLYMOUTH DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS Compliments of PAUL J. AND MARY MORGANTI GAY 81 SON AGENCY elen K. Reagan Bernice K. Bur I N S U R A N C E Sfrancl Tl1ea'I're Building Seneca Falls, N. Y. Keep An Eye On Your Eyes M. W. SCHULMAN Op+ome+ris+ , Phone 799 Above A 8: F 2 The 'deal V 1 JEWELRY ROBINETTE P Ieweler Compliments of F MARKET BASKET CIlBUSO'S I. G. Il. SUPER MARKETS QUALITY MEATS and GROCERIES Congratulations to the CLASS OF I953 Telephone 49l 25 Bridge Street Telephone I075 50 East Bayard Street Telephone l2I 22 Daniels Street A Complete Stork of McGregor Sportswear tor Men Slaclrs - Sport Shirts - Jackets - Sweaters ' ' E G B E R T S ' ' AUBURN Arrow Shirts - Stetson Hats Hickey-Freeman Hats -- lnterwoven Hose HARRIS HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Tires, Batteries, Recapping, Repairing GOODYEAR TIRES and TUBES Compliments of FRED RONDINA Furniture Store Quality Furniture at Lowest Prires GE APPLIANCES - TELEVISION 56-66 State Street Auburn, N. Y. Compliments of Fox LIQUOR STORE 59 FALL STREET Seneca Falls HIGH SCHOOL FELLOWS If you want Real Quality Clothes-Suits, Slacks, Sport Outfits-Built the way College men lille them, styled the way prep school men wear them and priced so low you'll have money left for other wants- Come to M A R S H A L L ' S Clothing Store I3l Genesee Street Auburn's Leading Store for Men and Boys Compliments of SHERIDRN OIL COMPANY Distributors of A+Ian+ic Pefroleum Producfs Compliments of WI L L I S C . L A Y General Con'Irac'I'or SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Phone 669-J-I Compliments of SENECA FOOD MARKET Best Wishes to the CLASS or 'sa DITOTTO, Florist ArI'isI'ic and Modern Flower Arranging Delivery Anywhere Best Wishes to the Class of I953 WILLIAM D. ROYCE Insurance - Real Esfafe MEYER F I. 0 W E R S H 0 P Compliments f I46 FALL STREET O RYAN FURNITURE "Say It With Flowers Say It With Ours" Co., Phone 99I Compliments Congratulations of to the MYNDERSIAN STAFF T H E W IL I. 0 W S from Joe and Mae Barron, Props. A FRIEND E. C. GIUSTI and SON EXPERT WATCH and CLOCK REPAIR THE ARMITAGE ZTERRACEROW Compliments of JOHN T. MCKEON H A R D WA R E THE ELECTRIC SHOP Frank McCarthy, Prop. SENECA FALLS, N. Y. M. S. MATTERSON GENERAL CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Seneca Falls, N. Y. Complimenls of GEORGE L. AYERS 38 MILLER STREET CONRAD SABATINI DRY CLEANING and TAILORING Phone 275-J SULLIVAN'S TAXI PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone SOI - Radio Cab - Seneca Falls DR. F. E. DOWD C O N N O L L Y ' S WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S APPAREL bl Fall Slreei - Phone 50-W - Seneca Falls, N. Y. Complimenfs of HOWARD MILLER MfLLER'S QUALITY MARKET A Markef of Dislincfion Bas? Wishes Io The CLASS of I953 W. T. G RANT av FALL STREET Complimenfs of ROBERT E. HORTON Compllmenis of SENECA FALLS MILLS MALONE BROS. Blue Coal K 0 P F D I N E R WATERLOO-SENECA FALLS ROAD Phone 3I3 Complimenfs of Compnmenk WILLIAM J. COUSIN AGENCY of ,,,,,,,,,,,c,, ROLFE Moron co. Compllmenis FINGER LAKES ALLEYS Of I5 STATE STREET TARR'S ICE CREAM CO. CANOGA HOTEL Cf""P'l'f'e"fS CHICKEN ON THE ROUGH of Canoga, N. Y. - Phone 637 E. B. KIBBEY MACHINE CO. l SAMMY'S BARBER SHOP 29 STATE STREET Opposile Posf Office JERRY MANZARI Conlracior - Mason Work - Blackfop Driveways 22 HAIGH STREET PHONE l063 Complirnenls of F. W. WILLIAMS CLINE'S GARAGE TRINITYLANE Opfomefrisf Phone 329'W LAMBERT'S GRILL C"""""'e"'5 54 W. Bayard Sf. - Telephone 532 of SENECA FALLS, N, Y, CARL S. KRONINGER Complirnenfs of GLANVILLE and WERNER. INC. FARMALL TRAcToRs and IMPLEMENTS JOHN G. PRUTZMAN 20 Van Cleef SlreeI Phone 500 Reupholsfering and Cusfom Made Furnilure Complimenfs of LIZZIE and AGGIE BALDASSARI'S BEAUTY SALON Cornplimepls of SENECA BOOT SHOP SENECA FALLS, N. Y. BYRNE FUNERAL HOME EAST BAYARD STREET BILL'S ROTARY Wesl Fall Slreef GAS - OIL - LUBRICATION Compliments of THATCHER'S BLUE SUNOCO LAKE ROAD NELLIE THATCHER, Prop. Besl Wishes fo lhe CLASS of i953 S. S. PALMER CO. Heaf Quarfers Since l885 WHITING'S IGA STORE GROCERIES, MEATS, VEGETABLES Complimenfs of K I N G D O M I N N Lake Road Seneca Falls Phone 574-J KINGDOM BRIDGE PHONE I089 c"""f,f"""'s WALTER s. wnn a. soN. mc. KLIONSKY SCRAP IRON and METAL CO. LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 206 Complimenls of FLORENCE M. GIBBS Opposife Enfrance Io Gould Hofel Complimenis of SANPIETRO'S TRUCKING THOMAS R. SANPIETRO, Prop. CURRY APPLIANCES APPLIANCES and REPAIRS Complimenfs of LYNN'S MEAT MARKET l43 Fall SIreeI Phone 7I2 54 FALL STREET SENECA FALLS Complimenls of Complimenfi DeMATTIA'S FRUIT MARKET of 352-W II9 FALL STREET A G D KIDDIE SHOP PHOTOGRAPHY BY Complimenfs FRANC R.FRANCIS of 79 FALL STREET SCI'IINE'S STRAND THEATER Insurance DOROTHY S. KING Real Esfafe VILLAGE GIFT sl-lor ' Cor. Fall and SIaIe SI. Seneca Falls, N. Y COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND COYTIPIITTYHHIS THE BONNETT SHOPPE of FINE CLOTHES FOR FINE WOMEN D E E R H E A D I N N I03 FALL STREET W SENECA FALL Compliments of SENECA FALLS BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB DiJOHN'S SERVICE STATION Complimenfs of SENECA FALLS DRY CLEANING CO. Phone 246 ComplimenIs of - PURE ICE AND COAL CO. LUMBER and BUILDING SUPPLIES Rou Complimenfs of SIMONE AUTO PARTS Ies 54 and 20 - 89 and 414 Ph GEORGE H. LEET Insurance one 788 38 E. BAYARD STREET Telephone I4-M success IQ fhe CLASS of ws: C0"'P'Ime"fS HARRY AMIDON of HARRY'S SMOKE SHOP JOHN CLINE'S GARAGE 7I GREEN STREET Phone 955-J VITETTA'S Complimenis o f AL. SMALLWOOD CANOGA,N.Y. GOOD LUCK from JIGGS and J. PETRUCCI RECORDS - RADIOS - TELEVISION SENECA MUSIC and APPLIANCES 79 FALL STREET WILLIAMS 81 SON Giffs - Jewelry Since T835 SENECA FALLS, N. Y. Complimenfs o f E C O N O M Y S H O P Qualify Furnifure Complimenfs of CALARCO'S BAKERY SHOP Complimenfs 6? JAS. F. SULLIVAN. INC. R A L P H C A F A R O Leader in Shoe Repairing Complimenis of A 81 P SUPER MARKET Complimenfs Compliments of ' rEoNE's AuTo SERVICE LUCCHES' BROTHERS Compliments of TRI-WAY ENGINEERING Complimenfs of CASH and CARRY DRY CLEANERS Complimenfs of SULLIYAN'S CIGAR STORE F. Q. KNOX, Prop. FAYETTE HOTEL JOSEPH SORRENTINO, Prop. Compliments of G. P. McMILLAN and SON Complimenfs of HORACE SULLIVAN GROCUTT'S STORE GROCERIES, ICE and BOATS Complimenfs of ALPS RESTAURANT Cayuga Lake R- D. 2 Tel. 2024 88 Fall Sireef Seneca Falls, N COHIPIINBHIS CUNNlNGHAM'S RIDING STABLE of CAYUGA, NEW YORK P I N E H U R S T I N N LIBERMAN'S JEWELRY BENNETTETRACY Over 50 Years of Service SHOES - LUGGAGE - HOSIERY 70 Genesee Slreel' Auburn, N. Y. 52-54 Genesee Sfreef Auburn, N. HARRY F. ALLEN AND COMPANY J U I- I A N A FINE FQQTWEAR lnfanfs' and ChiIdren's Cenler - Tops for Teens '44 Genesee 5f,-,eg Auburn' N, Y. I34-36 Genesee Sf. Phone I-3732 Auburn, N. B A I N M U S I C - rv - RADIO - RECORDS - BAND INSTRUMENTS Comfgmenfs REPAIRS and SHEET MUSIC 8 Exchange Slreel Auburn, N. Y. CLASS OF 1953 As we leave thee, dear old Mynderse, To tread paths anew, Grateful hearts have we for Mynderse and her leathers true. PAUL'S JEWELRY IIB FaIISIreel SENECA FALLS, NEW YORK


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