Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)
- Class of 1956
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The Class of 1956 has Indeed been fortu
nate to recelve the leadership vuudance and
understanding which our pranclpal M
Vogel has given us during our wonderful
years at Mynderse We feel that Mr Vogel
he IS graduatung rught along with us
Since the announcement of Mr Vogels
retlrement came too late In the year for a
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Myndersuan we are usung thus means of ex
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business manager d0l1l'IU 'hdff
art editor sally aghbagjgh subscripfibn managers pafricia nugenf
phofographic ediior leo helen mdfii
sports editor phyllig fforeffi disiribufion managers Ghgeld m
advertising managers faye coleman anna maiiedf
maryrose hughes secretarial manager linida nicandri ,
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is an attempt on the part of the staff to present an old idea, that our high
school years are among our best, in the setting of a modern yearbook.
Crispness is the keynote of our art theme, and the page layouts are
designed in a clean, uncluttered manner.
The success of this yearbook has depended upon many people: the
Senior Class that worked with untiring efforts in the sale of magazines, the
townspeople who aided us financially, the photographers for their valuable
services, and the ever-important student body.
We wish to thank the administration, faculty, parents, and community for
their part in making these past four years at Mynderse four of the "Best
Years of Our Lives."
Cheryl and Timmy
inherited the smile.
Mr. Dedicatee explains ceramics.
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Vnncentl A Dovnes
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Oswego Stale Teachers College
You Mr Davnes have been selected by the Graduatlng Class of l956 as
Thus honor IS guven because of your patience and understandnng as a
teacher of mdustrlal orts and drnver education your prevnous eftorts as
Student Councul Advusor, your cooperatuon as a Sensor Class Advnsor and
your populanty with the students
Dedicatee for this thirty-first publicotion of the Myndersian.
board of education
ball 8. prom
language 81 art clubs
camera 81 science clubs
lr red cross 81 prolection c ub
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bowling 8. wrestling
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Mr Yates Mr Parker Mr Garnsey Mr Slwster Mr Kmght Mr Newell Mr Toner Dr Romeo Mr Horner absent
The Board of EducatIon governs the polIcIes
currIculum and GClIVllI6S of the l66O chIl
dren In the dISll'ICl who come from the vIllage
and town of Seneca Falls from Fayette and
Tyre ln formulatmg plans they are ever wIlI
Ing and GmbIlIOUS to expand the possIbIlItIes
of educatnon Foreseemg a yearly Increase
IH our student populahon forthe next several
years plans are now under way for the
erectuon of 24 addItIonal elementary class
rooms to be ready In the tall of l957 Our
school IS Indeed fortunate to have the serv
ICCS of men of such keen Intellect and fore
snght as IlS governmg body
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Mr. Frank Knight, President
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ARTHUR L BAKER AB BS MS Syracuse University
So few boys and girls in high school realize until some years later that
these four years were the happiest and most profitable days of their lives.
lt, perhaps, would be better to say "could have been" rather than "were"
because the happiness and profit you gained were in direct proportion to
the zeal and enthusiasm with which you met each experience. How well
have you studied, learned to get along with other people, met your re-
sponsibilities, and participated in clean and wholesome activities? These
are the things you will remember with satisfaction or regret.
lf these four years have been wasted, you will never quite make them
up. lf they have been used well, they will be a good foundation for a sat-
l sincerely hope that your memories of Mynderse will be strongly tinged
with pride, respect and loyalty. We of the faculty will take much satis-
faction in your future good deeds.
We wish you well.
Superintendent of Schools
Commencement, how thrilling, but do you realize that these past years have
been the "Best years of your lives?" Mother, Dad, and friends have made
things easy for you and have made a great many of your decisions. lt is
now up to you. lf you have made good use of these past years, the future
should be a happy one.
Whether you begin your life's career now, or after further educational
training, it is rny sincere hope that the foundation we have given you will
enable you to be a better citizen of the United States, and the world.
Congratulations to each member in the class. Each in your own way has
been a real help to our school. We will miss you, but the world is waiting to
see what you, and others graduating from high schools this June, are going
to do toward making your surroundings a better and happier place in
which to live.
Success to each of you
FRANK W VOGEL
FRANK W VOGEL BS Colgate University MS Syracuse University
.lulla H O Brien
College of New Rochelle A
Louise M Shannon
Syracuse Umversuty A B
Dons E Wllson
As our high school years draw to a close, we,
the Class of '56, look back with a great deal
of fondness on our faculty
We feel very fortunate because not only
have our teachers been Instructors, but, un
We shall always remember those hectuc
review classes after school, wuth our teachers
guvmg so unselflshly of theur tnme, those class
dances, plays, and proms wuth our teachers
as worrued as we over their success, the
many mterestnng after school chats wath
our teachers and the flnal realnzatlon that
they were, well human, too
To the faculty of Mynderse Academy, the
Sensor Class expresses a smcere thank you
Emily B Smith
Unlverslty of Wlsconsm
Syracuse Umverslty A B M A
Lulllan B Oliver
Syracuse Unlverslty A B
Teresa M Compltello Carl B Roger Raymond H Bullls
Englnsh ll Lrbranan Dean of Girls Guidance Social Studies
Wllham Smlth College Syra Teachers College Genesee Colgate Unlverslty St lawrence HCffWICk C0llege, BA
cuse Unlverslty AB MA State AB Albany State Teachers College
Luculle W Plummer Flora M Novak Mary M Muller Anne M Seld
Englush l and ll Socnal Studues latnn I ll World Hnstory Socral Studnes and French
Syracuse Umversuty AB Albany State Teachers College Columbua Unnversuty Albany State Albany State Teachers College,
Wnlluam Smnth College B A Teachers College A B M A A B M A
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Cornell Unrverslty B S
Emrly B Fraser
Dorothy S Lee Frances H Galley
Buftalo State Teachers Syracuse Umversrty B S
College B S
Raymond M Radtke
VrncentJ A Davres
lndustrral Arts Drrver Educatlon
Buffalo State Teachers College Oswego State Teachers
Cornell Umversrty B S M S College B S M S
John D Schorge Helen Mardlkran
Mary E Trulan
Instrumental Musrc Vocal Musrc r
TGGCMVS College Gt F"ed0n'f-1 Ithaca College B S Syracuse Unrversrty A B
Frank A Cooley
Brology Gen Scrence
Syracuse Umverslty B S MA
Buttalo State Teachers Syracuse
Helen H Spencer
Umversrty B S M A
Samuel C Dlckleson Luclle Thorpe
Scrence Scrence Mathematncs
Albany State Teachers College Syracuse Umversrty AB
Madelrne B Smrth
Northwestern Albany SQ
Raymond A Wmthrop
Cornell Umversrty B A M S
Raymond G Becker
blects Busrness Subgects
ate Teachers College Rlder
Plattsburg Teachers College
Umversnty BS MA College Syracuse Umversrty
George W Davrs Shnrley A Carmrchael
Health Physucal Educatron Health Physrcal Educatron
Syracuse Umversuty BS Brockport State Teachers College
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Angelo Romeo, D.D.S., Dentist
Emil Bove, M.D., Doctor
Miss Cardwell, Cafeteria Manager.
Dragone, Smith, Gustafson, Custodians.
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Mrs. Magill, Mrs. Lambert, Mr. Gurinowich, Mrs. Tyler, Miss Bonacci, Mrs.
DuPelI, Cafeteria Workers.
Fridley, Neal, Decker, Cooley, Parks,
Jones, Smith, Chalker, Fronkenheld,
Staudmyer, Bus Drivers.
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Sensor Advnsers Mnss Smnth Mrs Spencer Mass OBrren Mr Becker Mr Dawes Mr Rogers
Richard Meyers, President
Eugene Nlcondrl Treasurer
Angelo Mcnzcm Secretory
Colleen Bevms Vnce President
MARGARET ANN AMIDON
Short of hair long of wut
full of good common sense
SARA MARIE ASHBAUGH
Behind her Innocence lies
an umplsh spirit
His patience and eagerness to
help have gained many friends
'Les :N MARY JANE AMIDON
"A sunny disposition is half
DOROTHY AGNES ASHLEY
While fate permits us let s
GORDON LEROY BENASSI
Gordle could very well be culled
Adventure In a well pressed
RONALD EUGENE ANDERSON
Strong and silent
VICTOR CHARLES BALDASSARI
Hls winning smile and quick
wit are an addition to any group
JO ANN ASHBAUGH
Lovelmess needs not the
foreign and of ornament
WANDA RUTH BEERSE
A laugh I5 worth a hundred
groans in any market
We recall the vivid memories of our
four wonderful years In hugh school
As pea green Frosh we especially remember
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COLLEEN ANNE BEVINS
There was a star dancing and
under It she was born
It takes life to love lnfe
WILLIAM FRANCIS BUNCE
Beware the fury of a patlent
O gave us the gurl who smgs
at her work
that long, long clumb to h1e 3rd floor
wmnlng the Frosh Soph Play Tournament
with Elmer and the Love Bug
Bob s best Innes are not those
he gnves an Enghsh
CONNIE LOU CLAY
A mend forever forgmg
WILLIAM ERNEST COREY
An mspuratlon to greater
A I. CARBONE
The world belongs to the
enthusuast who keeps cool
FAYE LURA COLEMAN
A soft answer turneth away
HELEN MARIE CRACKNELL
Here a frlll there a curl
un the mldst a darlmg gurl
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ROBERT ARTHUR DeSANTO
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lufe s turmonl
STANLEY SAFFORD DUTTON
Domg the unexpected when
least expected wuth no
BERNARD BRUNO GIOVANNINI
Wat now and then, struck
sharply shows a spark
ANNE MARIE DIPASQUALE
Weary hearts by thee are
PHYLLIS ANNE FIORELLI
Black curly hatr Hashnng brown
eyes thus tram package as a
WILLIAM MICHAEL GLADIS
Stlence and reserve suggest
NANCY LOU DOANE
A merry heart maketh a
JAY HOWARD FORJONE
mmd to me o lungdom
galety at our sprung d
JOYCE ADELE DOWEN
Cheerfulness and content
are great beautuflers
JOAN FRANCES GATES
lt IS tranquil people who
wmg exam worrtes and finally
that sunburned look at the plcmc
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KENNETH FREDRICK HAAS
And there s the humor of it
BEVERLY ANN HEYWOOD
Graceful to sight elegant to
JOHN LEO HAMILL
'Alf friends are valuable-he's a
rich, rich fellah."
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JOAN DARLYN HIGH
And eyes disclosed what eyes
alone could tell
which ended the first year of our Best
At our return in the fall as rusty old
Sophomores, we found ourselves taking
DONNA LEE HARRIS
Donna-a doll with determination
EVELYN MARIE HOOPER
Learn the sweet magic of a
MARK HOLLIS JACKSON
The world knows nothing of
its greatest men
NANNETTE JANE HAUST
ur Junior Prom Queen shall
reign in our hearts forever
Star reporter or model which
will ut be?
SALLY JEAN JACKSON
e only way to have a friend
is to be one
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JAMES EDWARD JACOBY
The snngsng star of Highway
JEAN HELEN KNAPP
Where mirth and muslc dwell
ELAINE MARIE LOCKWOOD
Our Elame ns a cntnc but
a thoroughly amusmg and
DELLA VIVIAN JENKINS
Brightness as the keynote
Vnvlan s personality
Pretty and comical Bobsle
keeps us all In stitches
GABRIEL JOHN LOMBARDO
He excells In sports and
CARL ERNEST JENSEN
We only wush he had louned
our class ea rluer
PETER GUY LAMBERT
All gurls beware'
LAVERN FRANCIS KENT
The sllent one does a lot of
JOAN MARIE LEWIS
Whether slugglng a baseball or
translatmg French Joan always
has our admnratnon
a more active part In school organnzahons
. . and oh' those inihahons! Again
our class won the annual Play Tournament,
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Awake' Awake' Oh Waycol
PATRICIA ANN MAHONEY
She solves math problems
as easily as she makes friends
ANGELA VITA MANZARI
A charming package tied with a
ribbon of glowing personolsty
DENNIS JAMES MARR JR
Take life seriously and what
is it worth?
ARTHUR RAYMOND McCANN
Art s friendly smile wms us all
SHIRLEY ROENA MCCANN
Expressive eyes and vnvacuous
this time with "Life of the Party" in
which half of the cast fell asleep on stage'
Cheering the teams . . . painting dance
MARIE AGNES McCUTCHEON
Cheerful wholesome friendly
Marie has an air of the world
BEVERLY THEODOSIA MEEKS
Sweet and gentle loved by
LARRY BERYL McMILLEN
Reading maketh a full man
FRED ANTHONY MELLINI
The only Fs Fred ever got
were for Friends and Football
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HAROLD ADOLPH MESSECAR
Anythmg for a quuet Iufe
JOYCE ELIZABETH MORGANTI
A warm smnle and constant
flow of chatter
LINDA MARIA NICANDRI
Beauhful Beautiful Brown
RICHARD HENRY MEYERS
Good looks appealmg
personalnty a royal flgure
NORMA JOY MORRISSEY
Fun Iavnng and carefree
PATRICIA JOSEPHINE NUGENT
Wuth Pats humor sportsmanshlp
and secretarual knowledge her
future looks bnght
SHANCY ANN MISSILLI
Smooth poised and sophnstn
cated and does she get around'
WILLIAM LEE MORRISSEY
Hns first love :sn t school
at s relaxatlon
DOROTHY LEONA MOREHOUSE
Tall sparklmg wnth a world
EUGENE LAWRENCE NICANDRI
I shook hum down because he
was the finest on the tree
decorahons nn the corrldors looking
ahead to upperclassmen days were all
part of the fun as the half way mark
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Italy s best representatlve of
ELIZABETH ANN PARKER
Such sweetness could only
belong to an angel
2 FRED JANE REYNOLDS
nllowy Freda twlrled her way
Into Mynderse and the class of
WILLIAM JOSEPH REARDON
Happy go lucky Orrle lets nothing
bother hum not even the teachers
was reached We now turned from the Old
Mynderse Academy to the New, and took
our place as Jumors The social season
ROBERT JAMES POVERO
"Anything for a laugh."
GERTRUDE ANN REYNOLDS
A fair gurl wnth ways forever
EDWARD FREDERICK ROBINSON
Llttle strokes fell great oaks
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GALE ELIZABETH PUTNEY
Mlss Personalnty PIus"'
ANTHONY GERALD RIZZIERI
Knee deep In thoughts of
football gurls and vacations
JOHN FRA Z2
Carefree John IS
comeduan whether e or
m the halls
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JOHN CHARLES SALERNO
He breezes Ihrough life on
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Because of you we wlll be
brnght and gay
WILLIAM EDWARD SULLIVAN
Tall and handsome
MICHAEL JOHN SALOTTI
Counhng fume ns not so Important
as makmg hme counl
CAROLE ANN STEWART
Muslc plus a magnehc personalny
equals a delermmed mdnvndual
RICHARD JOHN THORPE
Toll dark and afhlehcl
ELIZABETH JANE SCHARTZER
Her charms please our vvslon and
er ment wms our admlrahon
BARBARA DIANE STONE
Bombshell of energy'
Friendly easy to know Buzz
has counlless friends
Glad that I Inve am I
opened with our all school party,
Autumn Frollc we embarked on a Jumbled
Journey In the variety show for assembly
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A muschuevous smule and a
spurut to mafch
PATRICIA ANN TIMMONS
She looks luke the quuel type
but looks can be deceuvung
PAULINE ANN WALLACE
Her Hamung red hour catches
everyone s eye
DANIEL TERRY VanETTEN
Even though vanquushed h
later we presented a play, eet
Corluss Archer Sprung brought our
enchantung Mudnughf Masquerade wuth
JUDY ANN VanCLEEF
Even her quuelness cant hude
JANICE GERTRUDE WARFLE
Thus gurl may be Mynderse
answer to Babe Zaharuas
KATHERINE ANN WHEELER
Our two o clock scholar!
CAROL ANN VanEPPS
Carol s unfechous laugh and
sense of humor never faul to
FREDERICK DAVID WATERS
Le! s paunt the Oown redl
XCHARLES WILLARD WILSON
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PHILIP ALFRED WITHERS
A multupluc ty of talents'
DAVID JOHN ZWALD
At home behund the wheel
c ass of l956
GERALD WILLIAM WOLFE
Tops In mechanics'
HELEN MARIE WOODS
She has more sweetness than you
flnd behind Strand s candy
lovely Queen Nannette s relgn Not to be outdone
was Bal Noel with Queen Beverly and Kung
Rlchard leading the Grand March Seniors at
last' Mostly we remember Glrl Shy sales
man efforts durlng our magazine drlve
portant mndyear exams Moving Up Day
Class Night Sensor Banquet collecting year
book autographs and finally Graduatlonl
Let us take lust one quick look back over our rlch
store of memorles and then step forward
to take our places In the world
JOHN MICHAEL WORSKI
Lufe IS full of nterestmg thmgs
To Know Them Was to Love Them
Lydna M Sykes
Antomette M Perducho
Davnd E Cuslmano
We the Class of 1956 dedicate thus page to the memory
of our four beloved classmates who have been called be
fore us unto eternnty
In the short txme allotted them on earth they have carved
a niche un our hearts
Thenr frlendllness and lndnvldual personalltles have left
wnth us a never fadung memory
Although we leave our hugh school years behund Lydia
Tom Walt and Cusxe shall always be among the cher
:shed memories of the Class of 56
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I 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Latsn Clubl Lsbrary Club 3 4
Student Councsl Alternate 3 Junsor Red Cross 3 French Club 4
MARY JANE AMIDON Gsrls Glee Cl b I Intramurals I 2
RONALD EUGENE ANDERSON Basketball I Intramurals I 2
JO ANN ASHBAUGH Gsrls Glee Club I Latsn Club I 2 Band
2 Varssty Chorus 2 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 Frosh Soph Play
Tournamentl 2 Junsor Jumbles Junsor Play Sensor Play Mscro
phone 3 4 Junsor Prom Court Sensor Ball Court Student Councsl
Representatsve 2 3 4 Mynderssan
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5th Row: Rogers, Austin, Warren, Brady, Dyson, Scheuerman, W. Turri,
Povero. 4th Row: Jackson, Rutz, McCabe, S. Miller, Bishop, Jones, Chapin,
Wilkes, Stahl. 3rd Row: Bellomo, Nenoff, Demont, Deary, Stuck, Landberg,
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"Spooky Junction," the Junior play, was ably presented
by the talented actors and actresses of our class. Excellent
direction and committee work helped make the play a great
The Junior-Senior Party saw us bid farewell to the de-
parting seniors. We wondered how we could possibly fill
their shoes in the future.
All the glamour and beauty of the Junior Prom brought
the year to a perfect close.
We shall always remember our Junior year as a hectic,
happy time, an unforgettable period in our lives.
Class of '57
Broyles. 2nd Row: Bobeau, Dalton, Armitage, R. Turri, G. Scannell, Sander-
son, R. Scqnnell, wiggle, Platten. Ist Row: Flock, Gurba, White, DeParde,
lrflindpslocitf Caraccilo, R. Miller, Sullivan.
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Steele, Focht. 4th Row: Jufts, R. McDermott, Bolich, B. l.aBour, Vergamini,
Geraghty, Perry, Jones, D. LaBour, Howe, Rice. 3rd Row: Anderson, Parish,
Niles, DeJohn, Same, Nozzolio, Smith, Hayes, Fritz, Knapp, M. Parker. 2nd
Sophomore year passed.
After this our class dance was held. On April 6th "Sweet-
heart Daze" was a big success.
ln the Frosh-Soph play tournament the traditional class
rivalries were raised, but not for long, because the two
classes held a ioint picnic. Everyone had fun at the picnic
despite the sunburns acquired.
Our Sophomore year was great! We will never forget
the hard studying we did or the fun we had.
We are looking forward to next year when we will be
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Row: Hauf, Kanaley, Salotti, Stapleton, Bohensky, D'Eredita, Bishop,
Werner, Van Tassel, Ritter, Lohr. lst Row: Wheat, M. McDermott, W. Park-
er, Dellefave, Burtless, Ray Piscitelli, Valesente, Ronald Piscitelli, Otte-
miller, Walters, Green,
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5th Row: Deary, Knox, Van Buren, Lotz, Belia, Clark, Wolfe, J. Brown,
Rogers, Updyke, McMahon, Crough. 4th Row: Reynolds, Meldrim, Tedesche,
DeScrro, McDermott, Gurba, Hilkert, Meeds, R. Miller, C. Stuck, Hall. 3rd
Row: McBride, Sinicropi, Cafaro, Amidon, Forney, Passifione, Toner, N.
Play Tournament. With everyone co-operating, both the
play and dance were successful. Everyone was eager to
help in the production of the play, both the artists before
the footlights and those behind the scenes!
To bring this happy year to a close, we enjoyed the an-
nual picnic with the Sophomores.
We wish to thank our class advisers for guiding us through
our first harried year. All of us are looking forward to next
year with eager expectancy of big things to come.
Class of '59
Austin, V. Sinicropi, Berger. 2nd Row: W. Brown, Harrier, Burgess, Greenly,
Toni, C. Anderson, Wycker, Focht, Guisti, Connolly, Millis. 'lst Row: Ward,
Marvin, Schroeder, Valois, Scialdone, Tardelli, Lopez, Spano, Wormuth,
Amidon, McMillen Shumway
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Mynderse Academy can proudly boast of her graduates
This year s Senior Class has had the distinction of breaking
records galore Our Valedictorian Betty Schartzer brought
honor to the Class of 1956 by achieving the highest average
ever recorded in the history of Mynderse Academy Betty s
average of 97215 headed a record breakmg group of
Seniors whose averages were all 90 or above The Top Ten
are as follows
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addition to this in a graduating class of 105 the first
thirty students all earned averages above 85. These fine
Valednctorian Betty Schartzer
Salutatorian Connie Clay
scholars are in order Robert Sherwood Colleen Bevins
Stanley Dutton, Sara Ashbaugh, Barbara Stone, Ernest
Corey, Joyce Dowen, Gale Putney, Annette Chiafalo, Bev-
erly Heywood, Michael Salotti, Barbara Koch, Mark Jack-
son, Elizabeth Parker, Patricia Nugent, Carole Stewart, Ed-
ward Robinson, Jo Ashbaugh, Shirley McCann, and Mary-
Credit on this page is also given to the Class of 1955 for
the many fine scholastic achievements of its members Of
twenty State Regents Scholarships offered in Seneca County
Mynderse Seniors won twelve Winners include
Robert Baker Barbara Kurker
Carolyn Burtless Nancy Knight
Richard Cologgi Elizabeth Koch
Judith Disinger James McComb
Janne Frantz Carol Magrll
William Kirk Gustav Stachelhaus
ln addition to these grants of S350 per year for four years
of college Mynderse graduates of the Class of 1955 cap
tured various other scholarships
Trinity Church Scholarship recipients include Carolyn
Burtless Judith Disinger Nancy Knight Elizabeth Koch and
Beverly Parker. Nurses scholarships were won by Judith
Disinger and Carol Magill. Carol also won a Cornell Schol-
arship which she did not accept. Richard Cologgi received a
University of Rochester Scholarship- Louis Rossi was awarded
a scholarship to Alfred Institute of Technology' William
Sanderson was given the Trautman Scholarship for out-
This imposing record of scholarship winners is not com-
plete, but, even in part, speaks extremely well for Myn-
Gale Putney, Vice President, Frank
Vergamini, Treasurer, Bill Corey,
President, Mr. Radtke, Adviser, Don-
na Sabatini, Secretary.
The Council at work
Under the supervision of Mr. Radtke, the Student Council
carried out its main objectives: to develop and maintain
the best in school life, to build good citizens and leaders,
and to establish student morale with high standards of con-
Soon after the installation of the members, many new
measures were carried out. These consisted of a color guard
at assemblies, a receptionist in the front foyer, Seniors as
hall monitors, furniture for the front foyer, and season's
tickets for basketball games. Many of the established duties
and policies were carried out as usual.
The annual picnic brought a most successful year to a
2nd Row: Turkett, V. Putney, Turri, Coraccilo, Meyers, Rutz, Salotti, Hauf, Mellini, Sinicropi, Spano, Harris. 'lst
Row: Toni, Mills, Holland, Glantz, Doyle, Fraser, Ashbaugh, Brewer.
Literary Adviser Mnss Trulan
Editor In Chlef Schartzer
Literary and Art Staff 2nd Row M Jackson Bevuns Salottl Stewart Withers lst Row Koch S Jackson Putney
Heywood Lockwood Dowen Knapp
An enthusuastuc Mynderslan staff tackled the
I956 publlcatlon early last fall The Art
Staff headed by Sally Ashbaugh, chose a
modern theme to comclde wuth our modern
Edntor nn Chnef Betty Schartzer gave as
slgnments to the Literary Staff durnng sum
mer vacatuon, whuch started the Mynclerslan
rollmg lt progressed untnl the final dummy
was sent to Keller Publnshung Company In
Photographnc Editor, Leo Hamull, arranged
for photography done by Bullock Studuos,
Mr Dana Rolfe, and Mr Chang Ronnie
Sullwan took many of the snapshots
The Busuness Staff, advnsed by Mr Becker,
dnrected Sensors In a successful magoznne
dnve to rouse funds Remamnng capstal was
secured through advertusung and the sale of
S Ashbaugh, Art Edltor, Humnll, Photographs: Edrtor
Frorelll, Sports Editor
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nolds Hooper Ist Row McCu!cheon M J Am1don Ashley Parker Hugh Doane McCann Woods
Photographic Staff Ashbaugh Romeo Van Epps
Business Managers Cracknell Hams Hughes Coleman Manzarl DePasquale Nugent Nu
Flnanclal Adviser Mr Becker
3rd Row: McDermott, McCutcheon, Stachelhaus, White, S.Miller, Scheuerman, Ireland, Sloane, R.MiIIer, landberg,
Wilson, Bunce, Jensen, Brennen, Ashbaugh. 2nd Row, Maier, Sorensen, Manzari, Lockwood, Jackson, Haust,
VanEpps, Coleman, Ahrens, Carnavale, D'Ercole, Paulich, Fiorelli. lst Row: A. Stewart, Sage, Conkey, Bevins,
Stone, Meldrim, Schulman, Parker, Holland.
Hi-We-ekly Publication of Mynderse Academy
2nd Row: Schartzer, Feature Editor, Hamill, Business Manager. lst Row: Nugent, Circulation
Manager, Hughes, Co-Editor in Chief, Mrs. Wilson, Adviser, Clay, Co-Editor in Chief, C.
Stewart, Assistant Feature Editor.
Mynderse Microphone, whose purpose is
to bring news of the school to Myndersians
and also to interested members of the com-
munity, added a new name plate done in
block and script print.
Co-Editors Connie Clay and Maryrose
Hughes, Business Manager Leo Hamill, Fea-
ture Editor Betty Schartzer, and Adviser Mrs.
Wilson attended the annual E S S P A Con-
ference held in Syracuse in October. Mi-
crophone received the following honors:
second class rating in typography and edi-
torial content and honorable mention in
To end their twenty-seventh successful
year, the staff attended a banquet at the
In the early autumn the Lubrary Club went unto action by
accepting new members and electmg otfucers
Lubrary Club actavutues centered around the promotson of
better understandnng of the llbrary and general reference
procedure By assumnng continual desk duty members
gathered experience nn worknng with the varnous lubrary
Throughout the year several commnttees were chosen to
create seasonal lubrary dnsplays At Christmas, members had
a small party and exchanged gifts Another actnvnty con
snsted of the processing of new books Lnbrary Club lomed
other assocnatuons un school and helped to sponsor the cur
cus durung February
Under Adviser Muss Computello thus organlzatron experl
enced a very successful and fun filled year
Officers J Nncandn Treasurer L Nlcandrl President Manzan Vnce
Presndent Mass Computello Advuser
3rd Row Sumone Tnmmons Lockwood Mater Bove Barbueru Vergammu Bishop Calarco J Ross: Clark DErcoIe
2nd Row Dowen Jackson Coleman Knapp Schartzer McCutcheon Wallace Amldon DePasquale Ist Row
Slack E Ross: Sccnnell DnDommuc DErednc Andreas Ton: Peterman Boker
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2nd Row: Povero, Ministre des Programmes, Mrs. Seld,
Adviser, Ronald Piscitelli, Ministre du Tresor. lst Row:
.l. Heywood, President du Conseil, Sabatini, President
du Cercleg Bove, Ministre de L'Ecriture, B. Heywood,
Ministre sans Portefeuille.
Le Cercle Francais, sponsored by Mrs. Anne
F Seld, consisted of thirty-three members. Bi-
weekly meetings featured celebration of
' French holidays with traditional customs,
educational French games, and puppet
shows, all conducted entirely in French.
Movies depicting life in Paris and the French
countryside, with dialogue in French, were
shown often throughout the year. These ad-
vanced knowledge of the French language
V and culture, as well as giving entertainment.
French I classes were invited as guests to
attend meetings, and in February new mem-
es H bers were initiated from those students.
The year was climaxed by the picnic held
at Cayuga Lake Park and the May banquet
held at the Armitage. At the latter program,
,L l conducted in French, eligible seniors re-
ceived their pins.
4th Row: Rutz, Valesente, Corey, Lambert, Griffith, Brennen, Jensen, Brady, Schweitz, McCann. 3rd Row: Scannell,
Lombardo, Hauf, Sage, Koch, Hooper, Peterman, Maier. 2nd Row: Valois, Cafaro, Piscitelli, Ahrens, Adam,
Disinger, Meldrim. lst Row: Sinicropi, Ashbaugh, Parker, Haust, D'Ercole, Bishop, Slack, McClymont, Stone.
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3rd Row. Civitts, Barbieri, Ritter, Miller, Nozzolio, Stapleton, Van Cleef, Demont, Barbi, Cammuso, Miss Miller
Adviser. 2nd Row: Giovannini, Quaestor, Bishop, Aedile, Fraser, Cantor, Scheuerman, Consul, Cologgi, Consul
Brewer, Aedile, Baker, Quaestor, Larson, Censor. lst Row: Sanpietro, Glantz, Souhan, Van Epps, Shuster
Acanthus Club, under the direction of Miss Mary Edna Trulan,
performed many duties toward furthering art education
and beautifying our school. These girls have sponsored a
coat checking booth for basketball games and were in
charge of the cafeteria and bulletin board displays. Acan-
thus also created many interesting displays in the front foyer
of the building. This group planned several three-dimen-
sional panels, representing fields of study in school, to be
hung permanently on the auditorium walls.
A party at Miss Trulan's Cayuga Lake home closed their
very active year.
Latin Club, with Miss Miller as adviser, pursued further the
knowledge and interest of the Latin language in everyday
life. Meetings were conducted in Roman fashion with a con
The club ended its activities with a Roman banquet, to
which all members came dressed in togas, tunics, and san
dals. Guests were invited from the faculty, and Latin I stu
dents, who possessed the highest averages, served as slaves
for the event. The menu was written entirely in Latin, and
included everything "ab ovo ad nuces' which means "from
eggs to nuts."
3rd Row: Nicandri, Andreas, Giovannini, Calarco, Mills, Brady, Wilkes, Toni. 2nd Row: Amidon, Stewart, Suftre
dini, Hedden, Sage, Bove, Vergamini, Piscitelli, Caulkins. lst Row: Jensen, Secretary, Brennen, Vice President
Sorensen, President, Meldrim, Treasurer.
wig and rouge
Wig and Rouge, an organization designed for those
Myndersians interested in dramatics, was headed this year
by Mrs. Lucille Plummer. New members were introduced at
a party on December second.
Application of make-up for Rotary and Kiwanis shows
and a dramatic reading presented at the Christmas As-
sembly are evidences of services rendered by this organiza-
Bevins, Treasurer, Mrs. Plummer, Adviser, Withers,
President, Clay, Vice President, Stewart, Secretary.
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Rouge members, was held in the spring with keen competi-
tion as usual. A new trophy cup was presented at this time.
To further interest and education in dramatics a profes-
sional play was attended during the spring.The annual pic-
nic climaxed the year.
3rd Row: Schartzer, Ashbaugh, Jackson, Sherwood, Hamill, Dutton, Koch, G. Putney. 2nd Row: Poole, McCutch-
eon, Nugent, Bishop, Von Epps, Nicondri. lst Row: Parker, Sabatini, Stone, Morganti, Haust, Paulich.
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Dramatic efforts of the Senior
Class were displayed in a
three-act comedy, "Girl Shy."
Two college boys, portrayed
by Mark Jackson and Phil
Withers, became involved in
trouble with relatives, girl-
friends, and servants, over
cases of mistaken identity.
A masquerade party, gay
costumes, and a kidnapping
added humor and confusion
to the scene.
To give the play the usual
ending, all players in the
last act were "romantically"
paired off including our hero
and the girl of his choice.
Both casts were ably di-
rected by Mrs. Flora Novak.
A roaring ghost train, sharp
thunder, and an ancient,
gloomy railroad station added
to the sinister atmosphere in
"Spooky Junction," the Juniors'
dramatic presentation offered
Five young people found
themselves stranded in the
drab station because of a
rainstorm. Ghosts and a mys-
terious stranger arrived, only
adding more confusion to the
dark, rainy night.
When the stranger turned
out to be a man from the Treas-
ury Department in Washing-
ton and cl counterfeit gang
was revealed, the play came
to a dramatic climax.
3rd Row: Sherwood, Withers, Dutton, Jackson, Hamill. 2nd Row: Schartzer, J. Ashbough, Stew
art, Clay, Heywood. lst Row: Bevins, S. Ashbaugh.
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elected Warren Ottemiller as President and
Ronnie Sullivan as Vice President. l F
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This year Camera Club members have W.. ' li
worked with new processes, such as the use I 7
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opment and enlargement of pictures.
The Club also sponsored a school-wide
Photo 46m 'st.
2nd Row: Lundberg, lst Row: Toner, Demont, Mr.
X, Becker, Adviser.
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Goals of Science Club for this year were to develop group interest in science proiects and
to aid the science department in its classroom program. Some members made physics and
general science demonstration materials to be used in future years.
Along the social vein, Science Club members enioyed a Christmas party held at Adviser,
Mr. Dickieson's home. An educational tour of Corning Glass Works was a highlight of the
Cooperation among members for maiority wish of the group was a prevailing ambition
throughout the year.
2nd Row: M. Demont, Amidon, Sanpietro, McCutcheon, Withers, Broyles, R. Demont, Lundberg, Smith, Valois,
Toner. lst Row: Bove, K. Brady, Treasurer, Sherwood, President, Mr. Dickieson, Adviser, Hamill, Vice President,
M. Brady, Secretary, Mahoney.
jr. red cross
Following the election of homeroom repre-
sentatives to the Junior Red Cross, IOOW,
enrollment of students was achieved in the
annual membership drive.
Pins and membership cards were distrib-
uted under the direction of President Helen
Marie Cracknell, assisted by Demetre Bove
in the office of Vice President, Secretary
Mary Lee Poole, and Treasurer Merle Parker.
This group serves as a iunior order of the
local Red Cross Chapter and is on hand to
assist this group when called.
3rd Row: Mahoney, McDermott, Barbi. 2nd Row: Sullivan, Nicandri, Del-
Russo, Amidon, Gladis, Guisti, Simolo. lst Row: Mrs. Smith, Adviser, Parker,
Bove, Poole, Mrs. Thorpe, Adviser.
for sight and sound
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3rd Row: Wolfe, Riggle, Broyles, Mr. Dickiesan, Adviser, D. l.aBour, Knox.
2nd Row: Burgess, Haas, Hilkert, Forione, Hawe, President. lst Row: Green-
ly, Scialdone, Focht, Niles. Vice President B. LaBour and Secretary-Treas-
urer Sanpietro were absent when picture was taken.
Proiedion Club's aim was bringing service to
students and faculty through the use of audio-
visual aids in classroom and community.
Members learned the mechanics of oper-
ating proiectors and served as operators
during classroom periods.
Special work was included on the pro-
gram. Gary Hawe and Gary Niles organ-
ized scheduling of Elms, Jessie Sanpietro
and Anne Scalzo took the responsibility of
dispatching films. Jay Forione was lcey man
for repairs and emergencies.
Work, well done, gave a successful feeling
to the year's activities.
3rd Row: J. Bowman, Lamuraglia, Bishop, Hollfelder, Sage, Jensen, Peterman, Sanpietro, Brown, High. 2nd Row,
Andreas, Toni, Sorensen, Treasurer, Stewart, Vice President, Nicandri, President, Meldrim, Secretary, Glantz,
Miller. lst Row: Ritter, Larson, Civitts, DuPell.
Miss Gailey, Adviser
Under the leadership of Miss Francis Galley, the Future Homemakers of
America has successfully completed the third year of its organization.
With approximately twenty members, the F.H.A. has taken an active
part in school functions such as sponsoring the hot dog stand at home foot-
ball games and decorating the school Christmas trees.
The purpose of this organization is to further interest in Homemaking
through individual and group proiects.
Future Farmers of America organization has
f f G enioyed a very active year. Promoting agri-
o o o
cultural leadership, cooperation, and citizen-
ship have been its maior aims.
3rd Row: Scannell, Haas, Niles, Piscitelli, Salotti, Kanaley, Jones. 2nd Row: Martello, Simone,
Lotz, Updyke, Dillon, Turri, McDermott, Crough. lst Row: Stuck, Bishop, Forjone, Sullivan,
Benassi, Parish, Ward.
The F.F.A. has attended the county Judg-
ing Tour, State Convention, and a crop
The club's motto is: "Learning to Do, Do-
ing to Learn, Learning to Live, and Living to
if l" F.F.A. is under the able direction of Mr.
John Koska, while Jay Forione is its pres-
Mr. Koska, Adviser.
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Bevins A Stewart Brady Schulman Bishop Santaniello V Putney Simone Galletti 2nd Row Calarco, Lilla
Maier Sabatini Lemma Parker Secretary G Putney Morehouse Stachelhaus Librarian Hedden Schartzer
Ahrens Adam Peterman lst Row Hut? Salvo Bowman Lamuraglia J Bishop Bayley Morganti Amidon C
Stewart Sutfredim Sorensen Lapomardo Poole
Varsity Chorus, under the direction of Miss Helen Mardi
kian, enioyed a very busy year
Yuletide activities of the group included participation in
the Christmas Program, caroling for shut-ins throughout
Seneca Falls, and an informal party held at Miss Mardiki
6th Row: Fraser, Souhan, Glantz, Reardon, Sanpietro, Dorson, Griffith
The Chorus and individual members, James Jacoby
Carole Stewart, Annette Chiafalo, Annette Stewart, Inge
Sorensen, and Jean Knapp took part in the Ithaca Com
petition program in May
The year was concluded with the County Music Festival
and the Spring Concert
harmony rn vorce
Girls Glee Club led by ofticers Janet Cerep,
President Mary Lou Baldasarie, Treasurer
and Rose Marie Barbi, Secretary is directed
by Mrs. John Fraser.
A Freshman ensemble and a quartette
from the group sang for the Finger Lakes
Schoolmen's Meeting. The Chorus sang at
the Christmas assembly and Spring Concert,
the group also attended the County Music
Festival at Interlaken.
Choir robes were purchased for both cho-
ruses by P.T.A. and Board of Education.
Shuster, Dillon, Turkett. 5th Row: Scalzo, Thatcher, Salameto, Lambert,
Gladis, Barbi, Kautz, Barrett, Larson, Simolo. 4th Row: Kelly, Bentley, Hol-
land, DuPell, Bracht, Hooper, Povero, Ccloggi. 3rd Row: Baker, Taber,
Wilson, Annetta, Didio, Dunham, Slack, Ferrara, Civitts. 2nd Row: Rotunda,
Cerep, Frati, Gurba, Van Cleef, Baldasarie. lst Row: Ritter, Brewer, Fef-
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music makers ..
Mynderse' Band may have been small, but it was extremely active this year! Mr. Schorge,
the director, trained the band for this year's full program of events.
Activities began with the participation of members in marching at home football games.
At the Waterloo game, the Waterloo and Mynderse bands combined to do a ioint half-
time show. A Christmas assembly was presented in conjunction with Varsity Chorus, Girls'
Glee Club, and Wig and Rouge.
February and March were busy months indeed! The band had the honor of playing for
the three performances of Cole Brothers Circus Band members gave music concerts at
Cady Stanton St Patricks and Mynderse Junior High School to promote interest in music
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Later the Annual Band Concert was given at Mynderse Academy. The program con-
sisted of selections by the Beginners' Band, Junior Band, and Senior Band. A clarinet solo
by Connie Clay, a clarinet quartet consisting of Jean Van Epps, Janet Baker, Pat Disinger
and Connie Clay, and a brass quartet made up of Phil Rogers, Paul Fritz, Hamilton White
and Phil Withers were included on the program.
This organization went to Interlaken to participate in the All-County Festival. The Band
traveled to lthaca to participate in the All-State Competition in May, and several soloists
and ensembles participated. Final activity was marching in the local Memorial Day
Back Row: White, Broyles, Fritz, Knapp, Withers, Rogers. Front Row: Burtless, Clark, Dellefave, Riggle, Dalton,
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Heywood, Vergamini, Giovannini, Santaniello, Povero.
The Cheerleaders, through enthusiastic efforts and hard
work, have lent color to our games and have given much of
their time to improving school spirit. They have sponsored
after game dances and have presented numerous pep
rallies. To close their successful year, the girls enioyed a
much deserved banquet at the Armitage.
Both squads are under the supervision of Miss Shirley
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ca? ured the Wayne Finger Lakes Conference Title for the
lfifth consecutive year. By. winning their eight scheduled
games, the club raised their winning streak to thirteen con-
All-state honors were received by Fred Mellini, first team,
and Gene Nicandri, second team. Tri-county selections in-
cluded Gene Nicandri, Fred Mellini, Dick Meyers, Bill Sul-
livan, and Gabe Lombardo.
Results proved the abilities of Coaches Davis and Koska
and able team handling by Manager Shewbrooks and Co-
captains Nicandri and Mellini.
Coached by Mr. Bullis and Mr. Kuplinski, the Junior Var-
sity finished a 5-l season. Standouts include Dave Wor-
muth, Ray Piscitelli, and Bill Crough.
2nd Row: Meyers, Lombardo, Nicandri, Caraccilo. 'lst Row: Sullivan
2nd Row: Miller, Armitage, Nozzolio, Anderson, Brody, Ireland, Benassi, ls! Row: Turri, Voles?e, DeParde, Roh,
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Canandaigua 70, 74
Newark 64, 82
Geneva 56, 43
Penn Yan 50, 59
Lyons 49, 39
De Sales 34, 52
Waterloo 6l, 49
Armitage, Ireland, Corey, Wormuth.
make that basket'
Coached by Mr. Masterson and Mr. Koska, with Gene Ni-
candri as captain, the Mynderse Blue Devils finished the
season with a 4-lO league record and a 5-l l team record.
Individual scoring was led by Seniors Gene Nicandri
with 183 points, Pete Lambert l45, and Bill Corey ll4.
Houck, Burtless, Broyles, Managers.
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Since it was ci relativeiy inexperienced team, the Junior I- -
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2-14 record. Bob Spano led the team in scoring with 152
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31, 31 Canandaigua 55, 64
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23, 39 Newark 50, 44
44 Trumansburg 71
31, 29 Geneva 43, 31
21, 29 Penn Yan 54, 47
33, 42 Lyons 39, 49
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39, 40 Waterloo 54, 45
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Mynderse Blue Devils again proved themselves an out-
standing team by winning twelve of fourteen games. Their
strong offense coupled with their tight defense was inspired
by the coaching of Mr. Bullis and Mr. Spennacchio and led
by co-captains Gene Caraccilo and Pete Saracino.
Outstanding features included Richard Eno's amazing
batting average of .5l 0 and his selection as Most Valuable
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5, 8 Canandaigua O, 'IO
5, 12 Newark l, 3
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Player. Bill Corey also proved outstanding in his no-hitter
The Junior Varsity team enioyed a successful season under
the able pitching of Chuck Brady who led them on to a no
hitter against Penn Yan. The team, coached by Mr. Winthrop
ended the season with an impressive 8-4 record.
2nd Row: Houck, Manager, Platten, Salotti, Sanderson, McDermott, Piscitelli, McCabe, Valesente, Mr. Winthrop,
Coach. lst Tow: Bellomo, Rutz, Nozzolio, Povero, Scheuerman, Brady, Turri.
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Robert Cunningham, Parker, Mr. Davis, Coach. lst Row: Sands, Scannell, Dutton, VanEtten, McComb, Annetta,
Vergamini, Bellomo, Ireland.
and they ran, and they ran, and they ran
Mynderse' track team completed another season with a The outstanding feature in the Sectional Meet was a rec-
2-3 record, defeating Newark 57-37 and Clyde 51-34. ord set by Dave Morehouse, who ran the l8O yard hurdle
In the League Meet held at Canandaigua, in which Mickey in 2l.3 seconds. By setting this record, Morehouse became
Annetta, Jace McComb, Dave Morehouse, Les Van Cleef, the first individual winner from Mynderse.
Pete Lambert, and Dave Armitage participated, Mynderse The team was efficiently coached by Mr. Cooley, and co-
tinished third. Mynderse also finished third in the Relay captained by Dave Morehouse and Les Van Cleef.
Coaches, Mr. Cooley and Mr. Davis.
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Mynderse Wrestlers went into their second year of com-
petition. Coached by Mr. De Bottis, the team made an im-
pressive showing by winning six matches, losing three, and
Bob Bellomo, Dick Meyers, John Lopez, Gary Tardelli,
and Chucky Stahl won events in the Section V Quarter-
Meyers, Tardelli, and Stahl went on to win in the semi-
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boys on last year's championship team, Myn-
derse bowlers had a rather unsuccessful
year. Our boys were further hindered be-
cause there were no local alleys for practice
games, the alleys were destroyed by tire
near the beginning of the season. The team
ended the season with a 3-3 record.
Intramural bowling was held at Waterloo
with many boys taking part. Mr. Winthrop,
Adviser, has hopes for a successful season
next year with returning team members,
Perry and Flock.
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Lotz, Meldrim. lst Row: Glantz, Sanderson, Jim Knapp, Landberg, Jean Knapp. L L I L VYLL
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Mynderse for pupils interested in archery. lt
is the purpose of this organization to develop
an interest and to promote safety in archery
as a recreational activity.
Activities of the year included the drafting
of a constitution and by-laws and setting up
a shooting range and targets in back of the
school for practice.
On May 20 many ofthe more experienced
members competed in a tournament with the
Buckskin Bowmen Club.
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Mlss Car rfnchael Adylser
Nlcandr: Secrelary S Ashbaugh Treo urer
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under the advusershup of Mass
Carmschael started the year
wsfh formal mlhahon of new
GA.A parhcupafed Ih and
sponsored several playdays
whuch mcluded other schools
of fhss area They also helped
sponsor the Cole Brothers
Crrcus whsch was held In the
Therr annual dance was
held on March 9th, and plans
were mode for a prcmc to
bnng fo a close the achvmes
of a very successful year.
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1955 Golf Team-
Don Sanderson, Gus Stachelhaus.
Stuar? Miller, Skip Bobeau..
Tea for two: "Harpo" and "Worst
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Busy young Hamemakers
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Danger! Chemisfs at work!
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Phones 759 Sc 838
JOHN S SERVICE STATION
I0 Waterloo - Seneca Falls Road
HARRIS HOME 8. AUTO SUPPLY
Good Luck and Best Wxshes
Lompllments to the Class of 56
MARGARET A HAAS
ROLFE MOTOR CO Beauty bhop
20 Tyler Ave
General Contractor 8: Bullder Blacktop Driveways
Ph 1488 88 W BaYafd St 22 Hzugh street Ph 1063
FUEL OILS N' wlth .SR 158
INDEPENDENT GASOLINE 8. OIL COMPANY
OF ROCHESTER INC
Contractor - Mason WVork
MASTEN SUPPLY CO
Phone 760 Kmgdom Brxdge
FRANKLIN FURNITURE C0
Complele Home Outftleu
Fall St Phone 1598
CLASS OF 1956
SENECA BOOT SHOP
HOME OF GOOD FOOTWVEAR
ANTHONY J CARUSO
FOODLINER IGA STORE
Independently Owned and Opelated
50 East Bayard Street
LAMBERT S GRILL
SUSCO S SALES 8. SERVICE
Route 5 and 20
Seneca Falls New York
DR ANGELO ROMEO
THE WATERLOO GIFT SHOP
oo N Y
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Best Wishes to the
FRAN'S BEAUTE LOUNGE
Outstanding Hair Styles
Prop. - Fran Robinson
43W BRIDGE STREET
1143 SENECA FALLS
THE ROTARY CLUB
Com lzments 0
PETER M DORAN
DR MILO H SAHLER
STUBBS LUMBER CO INC
ohns Manvllle Servlce Center
27 STATE STREET
Seneca Falls New York
21 State Street
Seneca Falls N Y
DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS
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ROBERT E HORTON
Lornphments of Howard Vllller
MILLER S QUALITY MARKET
A Market of Dzstznctzon
E B KIBBEY MACHINE CO
SCARAMUZZINOS BARBER SHOP
PAUL S JEWELRY
118 Fall Street
Seneca Falls New York
51 Fall Street
Dry Cleiilllllg and Tallormg
Phone 275 J
Ivomen s and Chlldren s Apparel
GI Fall St Phone 212 I
WHITINGS IGA STORE
Grocerles Melts Xegetables
Luke Road Seneca Falls Phone 51-ll
PAUL S HULSTER 84 SONS
Phelps N Y
Appllances and Repalrs
I I 5 Fall Street Phone fl P
LORY S BEAUTY SHOP
18 Troy Street Seneca Falls
A 81 D KIDDIE SHOP
A 8. P SUPER MARKET
CAULKINS TIRE SERVICE
Carleton H Caulkms
I Ike Road Phone ISI1
B I L L S R O T A R Y
West Fall Street
as O11 Lubrlcatlon Car Washlng
BRAINERDS FINE FOODS
Waterloo N Y
DeMATTIA'S FRUIT STORE
552 'W 119 Fall Street
BYRNE FUNERAL HOME
Fall Street Seneca Falls N
E C GIUSTI AND SON
hxpert XVatch and Clock Repair
WILLIAMS 8. SON
C lfts Ieue rv Srnce 1859
Seneca Falls N Y
SENECA FALLS DRY CLEANING CO
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LIZZIE and AGGIE BALDASSARI S
Canoga N Y
LUCCHESI BROS AUTO CENTER
Llncoln Xlercury Xlobll Products
Seneca Ftlls Waterloo Rd
THA'I'CHER'S BLUE SUNOCO
Lake Rd Nellte Santlnello Prop
HAROLD N LEWIS
Jeweler Gxft Center
NVaterloo N Y
D .I Sinicropl
Sales 8c Servlce
BENNETT 8. TRACY
Shoe and Luggage Shop
89 81 Cenesee St Auburn N Y
FRANC R FRANCIS
79 Fall Street
1200 104 Fall St
FRANK PERROTTO PROP
GORDON F LAMBERT
Seneca Falls RD No
Stanley Home Products
59 Green St Phone 1041
WALTER S WARD 81 SONS, NC
Lumber and Burldmg Supplnes
LEE 8. JIM COLELLA
COCA COLA BOTTLING CO
Success to each of you
PERKIN S GROCERY
Harry C, Lynn Prop
CAITO S MUSIC 81 GIFT SHOP
Phono raphs R'1dlOS
Papermg 8: Pamtmg Lontractor
Fall Street Ph 1055
CALARCO S PASTRY SHOP
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CAPITAL FINANCE CORP
Seneca Falls N X
ISAAC GINSBERG 8. BROS INC
Fxll St Seneca Falls N
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SAMMY S BARBER SHOP
29 State Street
OPPOSIIC Post OfflCC
REBA S FASHIONS
ELM TREE LODGE
SENECA PAINT CENTER
I00 Fall St Phone 1088
Devoe Quallty Palnts 8. VV1l1paper
LYNNS MEAT MARKET
51 Fall Street Seneca Falls
Sportmg Goods and Car Parts
Clyde M Defler Prop
HARRYS SMOKE SHOP
ANDREWS FRIENDLY SERVICE
ROGERS FROZEN FOOD CENTER
Cay uga Street Forks
CLINE S GARAGE
Phone 329 VV
CARL S KRONINGER
GEORGE L AYERS AND SON
38 Nllller St
JAMES F SULLIVAN INC
PETE 81 FRANK'S RESTAURANT
Brxdge St Seneca Falls
Cenel al Contractor and Bulldel
Seneca Falls N Y
ROSE FRANCIS DRESS SHOP
Xlyndelse St Phon 187 R
Chlcken on the Rough
Canoga N Y Phone Fayette 8202
E B BISHOP 8. SON
Canoga N Y
DR F E DOWD
FOX LIQUOR STORE
I all St Seneca Falls
TRI WAY ENGINEERING
LEO S VARIETY
19 Brldge St Seneca Falls
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Fa1 lllall Tractors 8: Implements
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141 50 Genesee bt Auburn NI
Phone l 5139
VARR S ESSO
Xubtn ll c eneca Falls
Class of ob
Harry s Tlre 8. Auto Supply
M W Schulman
Slovers Drlve In
'PW 1111 South of Canoga
DOROTHY S KING
Harry P Markson
ROMEO S RESTAURANT
Best for Less
W J BONARD
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Lake Rd RD No 9
9 Terrace Row
Gulf Servlce Station
MINNIES BEAUTY SHOP
12 Troy St Phone
SULLIVAN S CIGAR STORE
Ldward NV1thers Sc Nate Potter
THE BONNETT SHOPPE
Fzne Clothes for Fzne Women
105 Fall Street Seneca a
l 68 State St Seneca Falls
VILLAGE GIFT SHOP
Corner Fall and State St
Seneca Falls N Y
Come tn and Browse Around
Conkey s Texaco Station
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