Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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V V1-' 5 X lf! if 3 J' , 'X IJ L kr' Y ' x ' ' 9 V' x 1 'XA V x R +A- E ikaf Th CI f 1957 X f MYNDERSE ACADEMY J' E SENECA FALLS NEW YOR -f++ fh "ZW J Q xxxn ++f MARGARET BRENNEN GERTRUDE LAY E MARY LEE POOLE MISS MARY E TRULAN Y Ti if-ff MR RAYMOND G BEC lAd qu? el- xfg ...1 , "Rf il 7 X x f :Ol- r I X 5 ' 4 1 .f X:6! WQY r Mynderse, the Center of Our Universe-we have chosen this theme to express just how important Mynderse has been to us during the past four years. Mynderse Academy has been more than a significant influenceg the lives of all of us have re- volved around our school. The experience of learning has occupied much of our time. As Freshmen we de- cided upon majors, then went on to study the appropriate subjects. The various departments provided Myndersians with excellent training in every field. Realizing that high school is designed primarily to provide formal education, we have devoted an entirely new section of our yearbook to the academic aspects of our school. A great many of our social activities have centered around Mynderse. All classes W qi 'I' Q-are ' 'VATX ff fr l I ' 7' X u . 4, ri. ' I f f HRX N , S Q X ' T -.- 'H l?r' m I1 NN l,rf,, l Quill! fr162j1 1 Illl e J V 3' 5 ff ' z mr-:P f -aaaai Ill nu un nn: uw in in iii ri 2 I I I lhlunu - - I I Waasdorp and Xorthrup Arclzxtem have held dances and presented dramatic productions. Preparing for these events was challengingg attending them, exciting. The various clubs carried on several kinds of projects which enabled members to become more mature by assuming re- sponsibility. At the same time these organizations provided fun and contact with other students. Those who went out for sports found that long hours of arduous practice were necessary to winning teams. We all attended the games, exulting as our boys won, cheering them on when they faced defeat. The MYNDERSIAN aims to record our efforts toward serious accomplishment and to interpret the spirit of our lighter moments. I xNOl"lxlI1glI'l Solmtude xx Mslstlng '1 I 1b Student 4 We honor At Home wxth nstme Carhermc and Mn D1Clx1CSiJH rs 4 Mu- S-. li-J SAMUILL CHARLES DICKIESONT B-X IA Albany Smit Teadzerf College We the graduatmg class are happy to ded1cate the 1957 MYNI DERSI -YN to Mr Samuel DlClx1CSOH -Xs a sclence teacher and un1or Class advlsor Mr DlCls1CSOfl has won the admlratlon and respect of all of us W e thank h1m for pat1ence when we were less than qulck to learn and for 1nsp1rat1on which led many students to careers IH the Held of SCICDCC Mr Drckleson came to Mynderse IH IQSJ wlth an lmpresslve edu Albany State Teachers College YY h1le ln the L S Alr Force he studled at BOWdOlH College NI une Later he ittended Radar School at Clmton Ontarlo Canada He was also statloned ID the Phllxppmes, ln the Radar YN eather Servrce Mr DlClxl65OI1 llves on Danlels Street w1th hls wlfe and two daugh ters Orlglnally from Greenport L I he now conslders Seneca Falls hls home 5 , . . p , D A - , Y . . . 7 cational background. His B..-X. and M..-X. degrees were earned at , , . . , . ' ' ' , 1 2' . . , , L . . an . , o 1, ' TABLE GF CONTENTS at A 1 l NISTRAT10 it is at XX xiwxx X V, 5 X xx -7 lr ,X A 5 it 'il f ti e Q el 6-ft l 5, 1 X, CIA I Y,- R ix- C323 ,455 .W bs x v ,ge Title page 1 Foreword 2, 3 Dedicatee 4, 5 Contents 6 Mr. Vogel and Mr. Radtke 7 Schools 8 Board of Education 9 Superintendent IO Principal II Faculty 12, I3 School Services I4 Senior Album 15-28 Senior Snapshots 29 Senior Activities 30-32 Junior Prom 33 Senior Ball 34-35 Juniors 36-37 Sophomores 38-39 Freshmen 4o-41 Class Activity Snapshots 42 English 43 Social Studies 44 Mathematics 45 Science 46 Languages 47 Business 48 Fine Arts 49 Industrial Arts and Agriculture 50 Homemaking and Driver Education SI Health, Physical Education, and Guidance 52 Scholastic Honors 53 Scholastic Awards-1956 54 Student Council 55 Myndersian 56-57 Microphone 58 Library Club 59 Acanthus and Latin Club 60 French Club 61 Wig and Rouge 62 Dramatics 63 Science Club and Projection Club 64 Junior Red Cross and Camera Club 65 F.H.A. and F.F.A. 66 Vocal Music 67 Band 68-69 Club Activity Snapshots 70 Cheerleaders 71 Football 72-73 Varsity Basketball 74 J. V. Basketball 75 Baseball 76 Track 77 Bowling and Wrestling '78 Archery Club and Sports Snapshots 79 Block M 80 G.A.A. 81 f, .'.4 x MR. RADTKE completes lair fest year as princqaezl Mr Radtke We have lT1lSSCCl seelng Mr Vogel our former prmclpal dur1ng our last year at Mynderse Throughout hxs years as Prm clpal of Mynderse Academy he gave val uable guldance and leadershlp to the stu dents Cqlllpplflg them w1th a Hrm founda t1on for the future MR OGEL retzrey after many yeblfli' 0 .f61'VlC6 We are sure however that his place is being cipably filled by our new prmclpal Mr Radtke Mr Radtkes hrst year IH thls posltlon has proved that he has Myn derse s well bemg at heart Thus we glve a slncere thank you to both past and present prmclpals as we wlsh Mr Vogel an atfectlonate farewell and Mr Radtke a wealth of success at hlS new post Mr Y ogel 1--2"'..i"5'-dfvw-1 K Viv 6-A - . L ' ., A'-ue..--. V ' 0 , .-Que-. Elizabeth Cady Stanton School There are our lbublic fflvoolf A new elementary school on Porter Street is under constructiong and new classrooms are being added to the Eliz- abeth Cady Stanton School. VVhen com- pleted, the Porter Street School will have 16 classrooms including a cafeteria, an auditorium, and a gymnasium. The Stan- ton School addition will consist of 8 class- rooms, a lunchroom, and an auditorium. Both building projects are expected to be completed by September I, 1957. These constructions will give Seneca Falls stu- dents the best educational facilities a- vailable. v 'at lhwlr .-,W YN Porter Street School ft. ti if Classroom wing, Mynderse Academy 2 XHJQSG ni r ,jr 5' ': " ::' ff tiff EF 5. fl 5 l a:::5::ai...l... Mynderse junior School First Ward School Board of Education Building G S Hy, I CB -if 9213, '-44 Wx' ., i,,,.! S-.,. 2 2nd Row: Orville Yates, Dr. Angelo Romeo, Lawrence Parker, LeRoy Garnsey, Theodore Harrier. Ist Raw: YVillis Toner, Frank Knight, Bower Newell, Carl Shuster. Board of Education members are elected by the voters of the district for three year terms, three members being elected each year at the annual school district meeting. These men are representative of all locations in the district from the north end at Tyre to the south at Fayette, a distance of 70 square miles. This group, the policy making body of the school district, meets monthly to submit, approve, suggest and discuss methods and procedures in the administration ofthe district. They serve gratuitously with civic pride and complete cooperation in keeping the schools in Seneca Falls rated high in scholarship, discipline and respect. Their word is the law of the school! VVe thank each and every member for the faith and hope he has shown in our school. The Board laces xarled problems IQ il ll If J 'Nlr Frank lxnight Prerzdent At work in Our White House ARTHUR I BAKER, A.B., B.S., M.S., Syracuse University. Mr. Baker writes to the seniors TO THE CLASS OF 195Z In there dayr of atomzk energy automatzbn, and . . . world-wide tensions this country needs the best trained people it can get. Radio, television, and jet propulsion have brought about a reduction in the size of our worldg but, at the same time, have increased the opportunities for young men and women. VVhether you can have a happy and successful life in our highly technical society will depend very much on what qualities of character and vocational skills you have acquired here at Mynderse. Your world now becomes a bigger world than just Mynderse, which has been pretty much the center of your interests, aspira- tions, and activities for the past four years. I am sure you will find in this world of your tomorrow that you will receive in proportion to what you give. VVe hope you have learned this very simple rule of living here at Mynderse. As you venture forth in the field of your choice, it is my sincere desire that you apply gainfully and profitably the fundamentals and theory that book learning and social living have imparted to you. You stand on the precipice of a bright future, the challenge is yours. For the Class of 1957 it's Mynderse today, tomorrow the world. Sincerely, Arthur L. Baker Superintendent of Schools IO Your T 0 OUR GRADUA T ES' V' WA i tbcmzg 'wlfzdcrfag zbc Cwzter 0 Um' U711.V6TI6,, . . . is appropriate and timely in this age of expanding horizons. Space travel is no longer a science fiction fantasy but is becoming a reality with the development of jets, rockets, and man-made satellites. All these marvelous devices, designed for travel into the universe, have certain things in common. They were developed by scientists, engineers and craftsmen. They require fuel and a specific place from which they are launched. In a sense, you are launching into the universe of successful living. Horizons are expanding and opportunities are unfolding. While each one is an individual, all of you have things in common. You have been helped to grow by parents, relatives, clergy, and friends. Dedicated teachers and statf have applied their knowledge and skills to help develop abilities and appreciations. Your community has supplied a modern, well-equipped school buildingfyour point of launchingf center of your universe, Mynderse .-Xcademy. Finally, we have provided the opportunity for you to develop the proper "fuel', and equipment for a successful trip: training in fundamental skills of communica- tions, mathematics, and problem solving, good habits and understanding of true citizenship, promotion of health habits, ability to "get along" with others, and basic training in vocations. So to you graduatesABon Voyage. Raymond KI. Radtke Principal R.-XYNIOND NI. 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Wzth ommendalale Acluevements ELAINE MARIE ROSSI Library Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Class Commrttees 2 3 umor Red Cross Representatlve MYVDERSIAN JANE MARIE ROSSI Glrls Glee Club I Bowlmg I L1braryClub3 4 MICROPHOVE4 Intramurals3 4 Class Committees 3 4 JEANETTE VIWIEVNE ROTT Transfer from Auburn Hngh School Auburn New York umor Red Cross 2 VII CROPHONE 3 Llbrary Club 3 Secretary 3 Acanthus 3 umor umbles Class Commlttee 3 Meacham Award 3 MYNDERSIAN GARY EDWIN ROTT Football I 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Wrestlmgl 2 3 umor umbles WILLIAM GERALD RUTI Basketballl 4 Baseballl 3 French Club 3 Student Counc1l Representatlve 4 Class Treasurer 2 Class Presxdent 3 Class Vlce Presrdent 4 Syra cuse Cmzenshlp Conference 3 4 Emplre Boys State 3 Block M 4 DONNA SABATINI Acanthus I Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Bowlmg 2 French ClubI 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 Presldent 3 umor Red Cross Secretary 2 Cheerleading I 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Student Councxl Secretary 3 Alternate 4 G A A 3 4 Muslc Fest1val2 3 Wmg and Rouge 3 4 Play 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Xl A ' fig 5 . J' 1 ,VT 1, ' 'f Y PM Q1 i 'C f ix J A , I j A PHX II IS RUTH VNHIPPLE Thls quuet g1l never forgets to my H1 wlth 1 plmslng smxle -,Gb FLORENCE ELIZABETH WHITE Sloppy always has a smile for everyone F5- RF YN' -an ADA ROSEMARIF I I' RIILI O Her brlght blfack eyes her bright bhcl-I hair ALBINA ANN MARIE CAROL ANNF N LRGAMINI N FRFNVIIWI Ylvaclous pert 'alive and Llfe ls too short to waste 'alert' CLASS CDF 1957 and, though we regretted leavmg My nderse we reallzed that We should strlve to accom pllsh more and better thmgs We now leftwe w1th a COllCCtlOH of v1v1d and wonderful memorles of our alma mater HAIVIILTONI FOSTER LOUIS HENRY VNILKES WHITE Back stage Loule has a The life of the pfnrtyl front stage personallty 28 . . r .-X, QRS' ' W XP h 1. . 4' xxl- ' , V . X N, e2" X IJ ' g 5 A, u ' fl W , ,, 1 . A I0 ' ' fI'Al . I I, W L47 l 'Q' ' ,. ,I LA A ,Z ,A 4 . . I N' 1 4, I- f ' . 1. ft .- ' " - vi' .we Q1 ,, ' 1 A ' 5 ,I 7 fu I ' . C ' ' . F . . X "1 ' H' . ., Q.. g- . - xi , I fx 'x h'1'sq . ' " A - , -J 'l QQ fr.:-44: Pete lk cur 'lI'llfl'll-l1lfI'1Cnd a Populir Dmme has been a Vlhx luc SLFIUUSD IetQ hrue helpmz h1nd hell 1lwayQ lend spqrk plug of miny class ac Qome fun' num fff, 4a ,wwf Kuff' WWW cfffif 0F 1957 At long last we were I'CC61V1Hg our chplomas W lI'lClS'1X1I1Q' good bx e to our frlends 'md school Our four xears of school were over, JL X ,fl ffm ROBI RT HFINRX TURRI XNIIIIAM HFNRX TURRI AUDRFM1 Iv Stddle your dreams before ' X gn-KU alone gum Joy " you rldt thm.m ' A friendly crowd gyyqfd-J, 4-JZ "27mLM'f 'W 27 fA17JyUA,,,AMvXZbWN CARI HARRX STUCK Cqrl s mlddln n'1me IS trouble Need wt tx more? RONAI D IPF SUI I IIAN "He that h.1th many lrons ln the fire " ,,,::h 'S t,V T x, H gi v . D , . Pl-2'I'I-2R PAUI. SOSCIA DIANA STACHELHAUS CHARLES ANSFI. STAHL r . I V X , Iv .fy A I Y X ,lf W, . . . F7 5,41 ' A v. V . N I vo ,fy V 'J I 4 4 v L - I c . K L' V7 V vV ' v . J q ,fwfr Nfl I . 'V I L, 1- I Q .5 I I , f 3 ' ' 'L K If-ru ,"I"N DL I LIL! J I I I ,- , 1 A. V U " , VZ 'HDI N7 HU NL, JUL 1' L I c I. V' -7 ' ,- N .Inu f, ff V 'A I 4 y 1' P" f I' Affb :L 5,41 x 911, gf I I 1 ,' fl ' , f . ' W' L J 3' ff ' ' , 'll I V ' . . .' ' , to an 1-,Q . Y A P-Xll INI' C Al B SLHL I 'NI AN Iht glrl mo tlllxtlx to succeed 'X jl:-XNNILFIIL X IVIAN SHI' ARON Louly to look it even nlcer to know 'Z-Q4 MICHAEL FORDON PRISLII LA ANN ROBPRI ABR-XH-XM SC-XXNFI I SCANVXFI I SLHPLFRNI MXN ulet 'md reserxtd wnth ,1 It s tht qu lllfy that counts Olvjecmt glrls 1nd sport hefzrt of gold not the QLl1l'lI1Iy XIISSIUH fmccompllshed CLASS Suddenly we reahzed graduauon was upon us Measurements for caps 1nd gowns were taken, N earboolc subscr1pt1ons were sold plans for Class Nlght and the Semor Banquet started to form , v 4, lv 5n4'57r I ,P fk- ln' O 1 , rx f I mr! H 2,1 ,qu LAROI LOUISI' SINIOXP SU!-XNNIA ADA SLACR I I I-XXI lxl NNETH A merry heart doeth good Nxce thmgs come m small UAW QM' lxlxe medxclne p rclnbts ur us Hornet noted or film, ln md C uses mostly out :Gr avi! I 26 T i Vw XNIIII-XM CFRALD RLT! LDONN-X SABATINI HAINNA FMIIX QAIXO D pur ll JQMLLILM Our C rmdxenne x xhort ll r lttlc southern g, I I asf qi? 7 f J'cf'ouV- A71 hughr lur not m clunrnus mfade a h1tw1th the. class MM J 02514 time-Ju f gg ,L an Lf 4 I M-lun 1 f I f X, jf I' I J , 49 5 U ' 51 ,i,,, gin I ' 5' fi' j'?fLHf"Ur-- W ve lftfqfg ,e -I-'QV 1 "V", ill One Nloref' Soon the play was over and it was I , 1 D A . ' 6 1 'Q I u V' 4112 ic M 3 , ow, Q ,o o rat' 4 tlme to work on our Bill Ihe theme plcked was 1x1lC1W1I1I'CI' live, and the Qtmosphere wfw maglcal lX1ldWC'1I' exams came, our 11st ones at Mx nderse IR LVNLIS SANTORO QIIFII A ANN SMX I'Illxl' GEORGE LOUIS Bring with thu jcxt md LX smlle md ll1l1E,hPllISlJLlUfX SCANNFII xomhful yolllrx 'md lmruns weld Compamons I lugh 'md be merry for tlme 1 ar 1 f---nv' -ai' WU" 29 PI-I I II XXII I I-XXI ROC I- RS He gr 1du1ttd from scooter to c xr 15 19, ELAINF MARIE ROSSI I lttle Irltnds mu prox t great frmends ,gl .N v 2 NIPXRY IFF POOI I4 Ihth her tnCh1nt1ng smrlt 1nd Our Prom queen wlll xlwus he I mnmy tlltnrs Mary Itt X -XIORIF QUP PUTNPH IOHN -XROI lb 1 queen m our ues We-II man t d gentle qurtls 1Iw1ys been in 'Isset t our rtbstrv d llwt C 7.95 lfghm IV CLASS ., G--fs Was Glled Wlth sparkle and glamour At long last We reftched our goal We be carne Semors Ihe whlrl of z1Ct1w1t1es began once more Our fourth plaw , and our last, was presented by a most able mst FI he t1tIe was Room I+or j-XINIA MARII' RUSSI CARI EDWIN ROII IPANNPIIIH XIXIPINNI1 In fellow hrp she d hugh Ind C lf, 18 quiet 'md rlrhtr shx R I Chlt lround but rhost who know hum lllse 'I lclsle lllttly more th m you the guy mn do then d 1 nt 24 aim '23 if DOROTHX ALICF ROBPRI IPROI MILLER SIUART OXNARD INICDERMOTT Lets Ifwct lf 1rrepreSs1ble MIIIFR Take care Fr lnkly she has Bob 1lw ay lwxeb uslau hm HL pr05tS m0St Who SCrvCS E g that certfnn look nest OF 1957f Soon the excltement of our classs lun1or Partx cauffht us ln a whxrl It turned out to be a great success Neptunes Heaven, our first formal dance, ,IUDITH ANIN P-NUI ICH jOXLI' Ifl SIE RILH-XRD INIANII PH xe lose lzugh and e PETERNI -XXI Pl AITI' NI h pps' A wxllmg worker wlth 1 ready He N 1 gentleman look at hli hand boom 23 -96 EUGFNE NN LXRRENI 'NENOFF Our qulCt lld trom Ohlo adds mtert t to our cl us 4' JUDIIH H AINI' NOBLE A contented hurt 19 an even seam tht. mldst ot all storms dig NHXNCX I-XXI lxIXIMI'I Our qunt X mcx ldds 1 mu teflilll fkillch U7 Ullr cl lbb CLASS Iunxor Tr1x of 56 Every one partlclpated 1nd we never drefimed we could have so much fun The un1or Plax , Spooky unctlon, was tremendous GFRIRUDI4 NIX-X I -XX IUDIIH DFXIPR NIAIFR JAMFS FRANCIS lb 1 rlctlu your rl es udy IN 1 gxrl wlth 1 bubbling, MCCABF srrughr -Xe wth trxen s personxlm 1nd1H11rfordo1n5 T0 llkff dfllmg IS hum1n fades md B01, work lxy them lb dlvlne 'KK 'O 'S T . E A , -Q l fs - od 'fell' DANIFI EDWARD JOAN FMMA HEXXXOOD MARX KAREN C URBA VM mtroduce populfmr mme Hill IEEI DER Has heart IS set on the lN1xy 1 pert pepps 'md pretty She looks so l1LWll'Cl'lIhEly sim and 1 Llfl In Cvery porr cheerlewder ple but there s mxschlet m CDF 1957 Ilus year was also finlshed by a plcnlc after wluch followed a parade of very new and yerx sunburned upperclassmen -Ks lolly Iumors we present d our unxor by I umbles, 5,2 Mffgw fy KQLXPR Nap! every dnmple RIQHARD IEF IRI AWD PETER HAROI D JOX CE JANE IFNSENI C or sour hrstory done LXCRSON Jflclqe s blonde halr lb the Our answer to Edison and envy of all the gurls Emstun ,Q .ai 11 21 JUDI I H L-XROI F HOOPER There s nexer a dull moment with udys humorous stones and llvely partles 330 ,IUDITH CML INCFRSOLL Bashfulness IS an ornament to youth XIII Ll-XM FLCFNE DII I ON Don t go away mad just go awax "K 6-,ow PATRICIA JEAN DISINGER She was all gentleness and tender heart ADELINE CARMFII A. ROSF ANIN LII I IAN D EREDII A DF SARRO Such fun to he wlth' Her ways 'Ire wus of plus ,-i T QQ-4' .IOYCF -XNN DIDUMIINFCK Meet shy reserved loyce who 'mtness 'md 'lll her prlths are pe1ce wlll m1ltt some boss 1 Clplllle secremry CLASS our second tournament plaw, Whats the Matter Wlth T N P Although We lost both our plax tournaments, the fabulous tlmes had by all wlll new er be forgotten FLORENCE MARIE ROV-XLD EDXX -XRD .IE-XNXJETIE M-XRIE FAIRCLOTH FLOCK GALLFTTI Thls southern lass h1s great Let the school stand mind She h1s splrxts llght as air posslbllmtles for the future not the cry of the teachers and 1 merry heart that laughs at care 15 rl' 20 -if I I RICHARD KARL CHAPIN CAROLYN MARIE CLARK WILLIAM WOLVEN He looks like the quiet type, "As good as gold and the pink DALTON lvut looks are deceiving. of perfection." Better late than never, OF 1957 As Sophomores we proved We werenlt too rusty to hold a peppy spring dance, "Angels x . .IOI-IN THOMAS DEARY Our red-headed Witlllll GO Haywirelv Again we attempted to show ,Tile ,VJ L our dramatic ability with RICHARD AUSTIN CHARLES RAYMOND DEMONT DEPARDE "He hath no scorn for Common Who needs reason for pleasure? things." I hr Q. If-fzxsi I.. l If .N 'llvg I INIQRQ X '.' illxbgN,,,'XE,t ' 'Qt-.,' i--,-.,, -X-,t,f.v ,5- 1, ' -.,slx'lx-. S I MARY CONCHIQTTA D'ERCOI.E "The only way to have a friend is to be one." .. 5? if: 4 I9 51 91. xi ,J s-uklkx 0 'ui ,IANIQT MARY DEI, RUSSO "Come, :ind trip it, as you go, 5 on the light, fantastic toe." PHIIONIFNA 'XI-XRIP C-XNINIL SO Sweet courtesy h1 dom IIN most I 1: 5 MARY LOUISE C -XVIPBELL She 1115 a he1rt for eve wfffuf affwf' fm fb crfqfff r5f7'f6l2f of' VOD A A of JZ lx-XTHI PFN M-XRII' NI-XR! ARPT ADFI MDE RILH-KRD BR-XDIORD BRADX BRPNNFN BROXI PQ -X whlf m Qflldlt lctwltl Ihe mdul of Courtux w1t lNoth1nL, gr 'mt was cur md mllilflyf., fnduds g,r1ce 'md charm chlued wlrhout Lnrhuxrl 1 CLASS XY e ended the X ear s '1Cf1V1f1CS Wlth 1 wonder ful p1cn1c at the Smte Park YN hen lXIOXlHg Up Dfu came, there were nex er such proud people 1s the new Sophomores ROBERT N INICFN1 ASSUNIT-X COWSTANCE JUDI FH ANN' CILRILP C-XR-XCCILO CARNIEX ALE Harpo When you cwll me 41-'ff Penta and sweet Sue 5 laughter ls a sure cure for 'ZS 4' if nl 'QI' I8 . . . . f V " H ' as X ' 9 . K H ,Pdf ', .l..' . l .. S. f . ' . . 5 , ' , "S, 1 Q h 'ty' HH ' H: Q y H T ' j Y e. :J " :1- : 1.7 'A . ,H , .4 1. ,. ." " ' ,':5r1." fi 4 1 - t . . nr' iv :yy . ' I I ' ' ' u 1' " Y N K' A 1 V fx " V ' l H nu ?'. Y A I A ' QA Il 5 ' E 3 I '-l .NW . r , , . . . . . X iv L c .. L Y: I V I. ' L Y , L D V! that, smile!" the blues. 5 , 6 Q AA! - D X f' 1 fd AVN' R I r 2 A , A XX O W1 -1, ' ,J ,l X f, rf I-Q ll! 5 L1 'J k 1 . A u ,XJ Auf' f 1' 'jj' JOXCF FI Il-XBILTH BISHOP In school quiet 1nd demure outside well cfmt be oo Sllre AI ICI' N-XNLX B-XRBII RI ROBI RT PI TPR DAI F IW IVV BIQHOP 1 md nuturn md good some BI l I ONIO -X tmctor to drne fm lcre to H1 1 T CK CI' lfllfl Ilus Socmlwlv. tnllovs ilu lu hu plow our future hrmnr tilxc 1 chegrtul word 1 bow CF 1957 mg up the marble staurcase Our first 1ct1v1tx w'1s our l4re5l1m1n dime, lp mcse Ureaml md hx erx Ong emox ed l11HlSClf-IIUIHCIISCIX Ille dr1mat1stQ preoented entermmment m our Frobh plax Swept Clefm OH: Her Feet NN -XRRPN I -XI AIF'I'II BUBI A Hngpr m urn plc II 'KN ANN HOW M -XV I mht lu zrrnd md contrnr LHARI I S IHUNI AS -X dlIT'lplkd lion 'IHIOIIE l1dICN if fs, i ff f""', BR-XDX IS 1 most drmdful thmg X537 1-"Y 17 vi nf' fs' lVIA.R'1 I I I FIN BISHOP A. lmrumttc wlth spirklmb eyes who L pep 1nd humor xrg 1 yen ln vie .I - KJ H ' If I , . " S 7 ,a U my Q X , , . , .- -- , . ' r I . . Ln 1 1 1 AI 11 I 'z . . ',.: g l, I D I 6 ,. ,L , t ,-g Q . . . L ' K- C L Cl r 1 N 77 ' ' .IL K Ax 1 . , , , . ' ' I 1 Q V ' . . '. l ' . I ' ' W Y cr - ' . 9 37 I I ' x.: . I ! QAU -- . ., . 1 I A ' "A ,, ' ,,. 1 ',"' IIA ' 2 - 1 Y Z ' U. '. , . , ' 'Y , ,fy S, K 2 , " K Y aj 5' ff s X, 2 Z ' , We V' V xx A!! ,V ? A if Y I: ii rim ,z . A . 5 .. 1. f , 4 ' . , 'V- ,- .- 4+ 1 K -1, , x' a. . 5- .- N " 1, f. J. n 5 N.. 7 f, 5 1 A I I I NA! ' nt 1' L! ,419 .Q 'X J 5 5 'X if , e , R N E. funk. Q I ' . 4 My N ,- in-e H ' W 1 e K , F vw if W ' fx E F' V! ,Q . 4 m T t gr mr . V , f K A n WH' F , - W ..,,' 'A'A' ' -' 1 "-f-1' , Mary I,ou, Donna, Carol, Rosemary, jackie, Dinnie, Jeannette, Carol, Barb, Val, Mary Lee. E ueen Valorie crowns her lady-in-waiting. gf W x Y 7 I Y 3 5 5, i K X, 5 F1 UQ UNT Q EVE XIQIYYCIIUH, Sheila, Mary Lou, Mary Lee, Carol, Rosemary, jackie, Carol, Marie, Val, Jeannette, joan. P if , The Rzldtkes enjoy the music N , 1 i f I 1 Pagw Nlurric Miller and :Xllcn Culabro 34 Thelr Gmnd Entrance A ueen IS crowned A Short Intermlsslon FWF? Partners promenade. ,'1 ual Cl as if K 69 Q Su EW, 5115 Row: Didio, Cosentmo, minicropi, Scalzo, Bowman, Povero, Hedden, jones, Kreager, Mills, Eno. .ph Raw: Blaisdell, I,illa, Farney, Suffredini, Piscitelli, Timmons, S. Simone, Calarco, Huff, Fiorelli, Peoples, Carlwone. 3rd Row: Huckle, Bayley, j. Mansman, Sanpietro, Peterman, Nedfa, Lemma, Stulvlis, Okinski, Sage. Zild Row: Schweitz, Giovannini, Caulkins, Doyle, Bove, Lockwood, Meldrim, Reynolds, Reardon, Swinehart. 151 Row: A. Stewart, Nicandri, Conkey, Lengler, Holland, Toni, M. Brady, Wilkes, Sorensen, M. I.. Mills, Taber. lad li J 'X V , ' fl' rf' ill lilo fi ti I H E GAY W ' ' .4 ' ,R Q NF 'Yi if 53 f We it i l' tl t l x J ' l' ,il ry Summer whizzed by, and the third 7 1 ' i junior Class in New Mynderse began il another fun-hlled year. YVith enthusiasm remaining from sum- mer run, the jolly Juniors rejoined clubs and activities and helped select many ofiicers. Soon committees were formed and plans undertaken for one ofour many projects-our Junior Party. "Autumn ' ' Frolicu provided a full evening's enter- tainment for the whole school and was a real success. .X Christmas and mid-term vacations U were spent on term papers, and, when they were finally finished, our Junior Kenneth Haut, Preridenlg Joyce Nicandri, Vice 'Prexidentg Mary Calarco, Secretary Dick Burtless, V Treafuref. J . . N . l 1 if 'Vx Lf . Y Mya., A - I A ??5f.,,1- ryan? 1 772 3' A 4 -ff fb! 7' i I :Kaya rf 'ZKRAJLVO af Lf7',V zl i 1: Kari? 727' ' XA ,,' Z ,Q 1 ' , 0,7 24 ,iff 0 7 ff' '7 70 Q5- As. jth Row: Van Tassel, D'Eredita, R. Miller, Focht, Werner, Salotti, Rice, Eno. 4111 Roux' Perry, Knapp, Kanaley, K. Jones, Greenlee, Fritz, Deal, Parish, Hauf, Ritter, Hayes. 3rd Row: McDermott, Lohr, Anderson, Stapleton, M. Parker, VV Parker, Shewbrooks, Freeland, Geraghty, Yergamini. 2nd Row: Bolich, Ottemiller, Houch, Nozzolio, Sand, S. Steele 1 Ray Piscitelli, Dellefave, Bishop, Niles. lit Roux' Same, Burtless, Bohensky, De-Iohn, Martello, McDermott, Valesente Ron Piscitelli, Wheat. YOUNG Jumbles required long planning and tough practice. Our success in "A Date with Fifty-Fight" would never have been so complete without our most helpful advisers. Although we almost had no play, coop- erative, ambitious students came through and proved the dramatic ability of the Junior Class. The Junior-Senior Party remained, the only main function before our beautiful Prom. YVe certainly enjoyed this year and are looking forward to the best one of our school life-our Senior Year. Carol Lengler Class of '58 Y ,A T H A-Uv f fffil ,4..2'-fad-IYZJ 7 L- - . 'i e " fa Ji 9057" 'P-1-11 e ff-f av' 'ii LQ- 'I 1 41,04 if ,AVL --iii' 1 .5 .- 7 'fy V J5 Qt '.' Pi" 37 Mr. VVinthrop, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Plummer, Miss Miller, Mr. Dickieson, Advisenr. X 0 ' 6' 'E' A ' -we an I u jtlikow: Rotundo, Steele, Bennett, Thatcher, E. VanCleef, Laude, Schweitz, High, Hooper, Ritter. .ph Row: Carnevale, , Gravina, Dillon, Brewer, Baker, Vanlipps, Demont, Gurba, Stoltzennu, GriHith.3rd Row: Alexander, Dorson, S. Ferrara s i Simolo, Solometo, B. Bracht, A. Ferrara, B. Turkett, Barbi, Gladis, DuPell. 2nd Row: Kelley, Annetta, Gilbert, Frnty, Cologgi, Miller, Glantz, Shuster, Souhan, Fraser, Barrett, Tucker. lf! Row: Benaski, McCann, Lambert, Stahl, Cert-p lI'H E SEASON E D 1 . , L .er'r F B ' A, , XV1th much excitement and eager an- QS, ' ticipation, we, the Class of ,59, started F -, ' U " off the year as rusty Sophomores. . W A ,Q 1 After electing four very eflicient class -F' "7 r'er V" 'V F 'ii oFHc rs w be an takin art in intr :.,..f M136 1, gf, 5 C - e g ' g P 21' , murals and other activities. 1 .,f' 1 ' M ,A-,Z i, ,Z '22, ,. Y , N , , , X , , ,, za K ': Wggigtg YY hen mldyears were hna y over, we ' -. 1' x ,if - .-'ff " f began talking about our class dance which 1 .1 -f 1. ,V .1 . ,. A Q ' ' " ' f was to be held in May. W ith the help of 4 ' f A N :' rx' X , ,I ,g ,L L X -Su T . . . lDZ1Vld XYormuth Prf.rider1l,' Nlicke ' Calaro, Treaf- x x n l urerg Barbara Turkett, Vire President: Barbara A Bracht, Secretary. ce N 5: 6 4 ' lx 5 , K . y x , .N . 3b , N x t' ' ' N X 4- Q' P1 38 zu 7 gf N94 5111 Row: Scialdone, Lotz, R. Miller, Toni, McDermott, Deary, C. Stuck, Updyke, R. Austin, YVormuth, Brown, Tedesche. 4lh Row: Marvin, XVolfe, Conley, McMahon, Belia, Willis, Shumway, McBride, Moulton, Twist. 3rd Row: Hilkert, Rogers, Burgess, Greenly, Ward, Hauxhurst, Crough, Berger, YV. Brown, Hall. 2nd Row: DeSarro, Focht, Meldrim, Cafaro, Harrier, Schraeder, Giusti, D. Reynolds, L. Amidon, M. Meeks, AI. Amidon. IJ! Row: McMillen, C. Farney, V. Sinicropi, Passifione, D. Sinicropi, Valois, Van Buren, Toner, W'yclcer, Spano, Tard'elli. SCJPHCMGRES the various committees, the dance was a big success. The class rivalries started when the Frosh-Soph play tournament came a- round. These were soon forgotten and, at the end of the year we enjoyed the tra- ditional class picnic with the Freshmen. XVe will never forget the fun or the hard work we had as Sophomores. Janet Baker Class of ,SQ al Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Cooley, Mrs. Thorpe, Mrs. Shannon, Mrs. Smith, Adsiserx. 39 , ,pu we Iii! Bark Row: Clary, Cammuso, Toomey, Sly, Miles, Fisher, Beatini, Stewart, Faust, Adami, Loude, Kanaley. ,ith Row: Armitage, Dowen, Simone, Yergamini, Zona, M. Amidon, Woods, F. Barbieri, M. Barbieri, johnson, Morehouse, Shum- way, Dejohn. 4th Row: Riggle, Kissinger, D. Bracht, Pezzulo, Russell, Parker, Neal, Cronin, Reynolds, Aldrich, R. Shumway, Thatcher, Turkett, Sager, Flock.3rd Row: Crull, Buck, Domlwrowski, Sawitzke, Buchwald, DelRusso, Simson, Milner, Hayssen, Bleck, Marsh, Nageldinger, P. Amidon, Bickle. end Row: D'Ercole, Parish, Sposa, Gage, Romeo, Nichols, Leonard, Capaldi, Same, Manganaro, Bellomo, DeLong. lf! Row: Brunskill, Carello, Ottemiller, Wallace, Harfiili-'K0cAh,.lVIorganti, Carbone, Missilli, A. Morganti, D'liredita, Branciforte, Mills. I st x5 Q c e it X 5 ,4 Y v N A ' P 1 I N ' J c ta' -i 1 f 4 .7111 I 1 I' V . . p . , I H E E E s i 1 I Q of - I .V 'T 17 .-Xs the anxious Freshmen approached ' H , H 1,!',the awaiting doors of Mynderse, they Rl , i V' ivdmdered if they would become a real ,t A P t JA' rf! ' p' t of this high-school. But as always, Xl NN I 4 iey became it well-knit team. . ' jj if V I fl jp, Mllfour class officers and representatives Q 9 ' t ' J 9 i T i 'cf the Student Council and the Red Cross i- , ' ' A , ,N were elected early in the year. L' , X i , K ,lyk Competition was keen in 'the Frosh- , , ,Sb i, . ,i Soph Playa Tournament in early spring. LW . , ' The plays- were excellent, thanks to the X, ' w . . .1 , , I ,ll patient directors. ' , "tx ' J I ' ' 'One of the early spring highlights was K ' 'ix , K A . t Cd Le' ar5Colavito, Vire Prexidentg Roger Harris, ' Pre!! mtg Roberta Fisher, Tffdjufffj Helen Mills, Secrflary. V , I 40' I . X 44. X - ..---- Q-- '5- 3 C' F31 Q Q Q2- v -Q, - W . i, .af 3 .12 xx' D M a, Bentle ' iposjliillrf 'B s, Anderson, Kanaley, Nourse, Williams, Mastroleo, VanCleef, 4' . ' Bark Row: Conley Bowman, Perdicho. jlhXR4:au y er, vovahnifhi, Healy, Hartman, Nucci, Learo, Stahlnecker, Amidon, Ashley, Mc- I J' Dermott, Butler, U icone, rf. iscitelli, Sini opi. .ith Row: Hind, Yells, Friski, Dalton, DiDomineck, Calarco, XVelmlmer, ' ' Yvatros, Stewart, Ko ' ave, Wiggin ton, DiCesare. jrd Row: Paradise, Feola, Burlew, Good, Davis, Schroeder, 1' lVard, Cammuso, Clay, B. Brown, Hoster, llindstrom, Sorsci. end Row: Seigfried, McBride, Fvans, Gee, Hart, NVhceler, I Ierrotto, Brady, D. Thorpe, Campbell, Miller, Horle, Bardo, Parish. IJ! Row: Anderson,,Tuthill, Colavito, jatohy, - Withers, Stachelhaus, Harris, Burns, Chase, Ashlvaugh, Gralwlmatin, C. Thorpe, D. Brown. g ' 'V ' FRESHMENij 1 the Freshman dance. Excellent planning and loyal cooperation made the dance an exceptional success. Everyone enjoyed a well-spent evening. In late spring, the Frosh-Soph picnic was held on the shores of Cayuga Lake. Everyone enjoyed a refreshing day under the blue spring sky. The Freshman class is of? to a good start with the help of our Freshman ad- visors. The future looks bright with three more eventful years ahead of us. Gary lVatros Class of ,6O iff. -Q' X . Mr. Koska, Mr. Nlorrison, Mr. Bullis, Mrsd Novak Slrs. Seld, Adciurx. 41 Holiday Decorations A "Autumn Frolicn Chaperones rm oa lf dwg! g the umbles 3 .1 2 3 Mnatballs And A Spnghettl L i it Ly T here were tzmer of un and frohc Mfg My I If Prgplrmg the Bindst md no I P I Intm school co operatmn made the Ball a succeu '11-i f, 3 gjnf '15 -P "' , N 4 ',,., af" 33' - .- Q- - L 'JL D. 'f 'Sv Brad, Val, and Judy talk about "King Lear," E zlr invaluable Fnglish, a required subject, serves a useful purpose in every student's life. During his four years of linglish the stu- dent reads American and English poetry, short stories, novels, plays, biographies, and essays. Oral reports are often given after reading these selections. In the four classes great plays are read and partially memorized, among them are Shakespeare? "Julius Caesar" and "Blac- beth." Creative writing is based upon topics chosen by the students or topics assigned by the teacher. The study of grammar consists of sen- tence structure, spelling, parts of speech, and use of the dictionary. A complete knowledge of the English language is provided to every student at Nlynderse. A Freshman class recites. Nancy, Leo, Collette, and Gordon examine a display. I X a ' is 4--ff-fr V ei xi I' Pauline and Margaret study "Practical English Joyce leads a discussion. I .. gl Charles, Mary, and Suzanne find the textbook ,. , gf' or l- . - ' Fil T' joe, Barb, Carol, and Bob look up information. interesting. SOCIAL STUDIES fffmgfbffmdfmvfff-fy History records and interprets our past. The teachers of our classes try to make the subject interesting for us as students. Term papers and oral reports are assigned to help us understand better the workings of our nation and the other countries of the world. Through them we gain clear knowledge of the functions of democratic governments and a deep love and respect for the United States and her people. In our years of high school we are exposed to economic aspects of the United States, views of world history and two full years of American history. Because of intense study in all these fields, we leave Mynderse Academy as better prepared citizens. VVe have knowledge of the policies of our government and the ideals of our foreign neighbors. By means of discussions, movies, school papers such as "The Observer" and intensive study of various materials we learn much to aid us in our future life as American citizens. Dick, jim, Brad, Jack, and joan make up the panel. Rose and Donna locate our state. 1 f-+114 ,., i E., tl 1 ..'A? 'i 4? X A.: ,- x W ,sz xxar . -,-, -. R ,. V a umm- - W' ' 5 X , 4 5 il ,gi 5' 2 , Q " - , . .': 9 - S X v I Mr. VVinthrop explains a formula to Gene and Joan. Lowell and Don use a protractor. MATHEMATICS Jim, Demetre, and Betty jo examine a slide rule. Two Freshmen at the board. , -4 , f l ' ff nf J X 2 W l IPF a- x...J N-nr. , a Mun-mar'-Q clamfzkzr thinking Math improves the mind by stimulat- ing a student's thinking ability. A study of math includes general math, elementary algebra, plane geometry, in- termediate algebra, trigonometry, solid geometry, and advanced algebra. The study of general math includes addition, substraction, decimals and bud- gets, while elementary algebra includes solution of problems and solving of quad- ratic equations. Intermediate and ad- vanced algebra are continuations of ele- mentary algebra, but intermediate alge- bra includes graphs, more diH'icult prob- lems and logarithms, while advanced alge- bra includes college math. Plane and solid geometry feature proving congru- ence with the aid of diagrams. Trigonom- etry is a study of triangles with loga- rithms used in the solution of problems. These subjects give the student a back- ground for college and his life's work. v . x r" Q! Dick and jack test voltage and amperage. Bill prepares iodine. SC I E N C E prefentr challenge: The purpose of science is to teach the students scientific principles and termi- nology. Through this knowledge, a person can make intelligent decisions while read- ing about current topics and can deal with principles of science in everyday life. The elective sciences, which are back- ground courses for college, are Biology, Physics and Chemistry. Laboratory experiments are performed in all of these courses. Experiments help the students to understand science in action. In the latter two courses, the stu- dent keeps his own lab equipment. Special projects are encouraged in all the classes. Mr. Cooley helps jim test for starch. YVhat next? Mr. Morrison and Dick talk over astronomy. L1 :gi V -, ' . Q N Y' Languages in today's world are very important. Throughout the world famil- iarity with other languages helps to bring about cooperation and better under- standing. Here at Mynderse many students take advantage ofthe two languages offered- French and Latin. They study the history ofthe country as well as the origin ofthe language. Stories of famous people are read in that particular language, and grammar is stressed. The study of the languages is made more entertaining in the classes by the use of records, puppet shows, and skits. V45 . 7 xx 'S f' A :SL Old Roman civilization is studied. LA N G U E promoter world underftanding A puppet show. . ftt' , i s.mPO5'f gb',l A i" 'is xr my K I . I lslr' F W 'Q , l .3 A-!.J..Jaf 253 Playing a French game BUSINESS SUBJECTS teach fleillr for future careers Z-' rf? af! Mr Becker S Busmess Arlthmetlc c ass Ihe buslness department trams stu dents for future employment Introductlon to Busmess glVCS t e baslc founditlon of a busmess course Buslness Arxthmetlc IS 1 preflce IH the trcunlng of an 'xccounttnt Bookkeepmg Barb and Anna run a dupllcatmg machme Q' Tx pmg requxres concentmtnon u 'lm , 1Hi"' W T I' ev ,xx in fait:-1-...N 4 glVCS further preparauon Wnthout typ mg, students would not be 1ble to extend thelr buslness educatlon Shorth 1nd I and II help future secretirles to build thelr shorth 1nd speed unlor 1nd Semor Olice Practlce acqualnt students wlth dupl1 catlng 'md calculatlng machmes and other clerlcal work Secretamal Practlce ruds ln the mme wqy, but also zdvfmces ones shorthand Busmess Lxw teaches students legal aspects of the busmess world Mynderse Academy otlers an excellent business course. wan. Emmmgig s x- lht qu lrttt in close harmony 'I he trumpet section rehe lrsts FI N E deqben appreczalzon Music is one way for young Amer1cans to fulfill their desire for beauty The aim of vocal music 15 to develop slngers for outside participation in church choirs md other after school activities Music is a gateway to any where one wishes to go -Xfter taking part in the program offered by Mynderse s music department, a person is able to experience a fuller enjoyment of all kinds of music Instrumental music is also designed to further appreciation of this art Fundamentals are wlule entertaining himself' Art, like music, is one way that young people have for fulhlling their need for beauty 'Ihe aims of the Art program are to develop a better knowledge and appreciation of art, to develop standards of good taste, to provide opportunities for expression, to discover and en courage the dex elopment of talent and finally to give an appreciation of art in datly living 'Ihe progr 1m consists of an introductory course designed for all pupils, whether or not they expect to specialize in Art Special courses can be taken in drawing, painting, commercial design, and crafts Mechanical drawing is also taught oan tries her hand at ceramics Janice creates a water color .J 49 .. - .4 U 2 l t DQ, g V rl app 'S nl ,G 4: f . w .T ' . 1 'o f ' - . y 3 1 2 ,J v . . C -u i C . . l 9 s ' ' Y ls u Q L K. Y. 6 S K S. It L -N e. .C l lu K s L . learned and opportunities for expression giveng thus the student may broaden his education Q L. s A L Y .C - L 1 Z .ct . c i i r. i , n Q A f i - C x Vt . - Y , i .I y . A px LV S . . U 1 , F' ' . y H A. A 10:1 IYINIYLICIIOII is giscn in machine work Industrial Arts, tl1e study of tl1e matermls, organi zation, tools, processes, products, jobs and tl1e human problems of industry, provides 1 means by which the student 11113 develop skills, 1111t11t1ve, ind self cxpres sion lc lding to soc 1t1on1l 'md IW oc 1t1on1l pursuits Y lI'lOl1S helds 'ire covered 111 tl11s course 1I1ClL1d1Hg grfiphic 1rts, ge11er1l woodworking, general met ilwork ing, electricity, trinsportation, 'ind ceramics Through tl1e Il16ClllllT1 of projects, 11111nten111ce IC tlxitles, ind specl il jobs in tl1ese '1lC'1S, the student comes 111ore nmsterful IH the skills of both hlnds and mind f"'F1 11 J Chuck ind Due 1sscml1le jewel boxes P R I C A are taught by mmm M my topics 1re included 111 tl1e study of sigrlculture ln the Cl1SSI'0OI11 the stu dent le'1r11s the fu11d'1n1ent'1ls of f'1rn1i11g. Tl1e.r'1isi11g, cfire, ind judging of vlrious kinds oflivestock 'are tsiught. I11 the shop, tl1e student gftins experience in working with v'1rious f'1rn1 i111ple111e11ts. He le1rns to build '1pp1r'1tus wl1icl1 c'1n bc used on tl1e f'1I'I11 and i11 tl1e l1o111e. The class goes 011 m1ny field trips which aid the111 i11 their study 1nd under- stfinding of agriculture. The stude11t is given :111 opportunity to judge livestock at contests and to wi11 prizes for his knowledge of aninizlls. Parlia111e11tary procedure is also taught to further the stude11t's outlook on De- mocrzicy. SO Mr lxoski points out ticts ilmout igriculture ISIC Shtrrx 'Nl lrx lou - I I Donnl and Carol learn about child Care. Mr. Davies shows Hxliicnscf' Philomenu, and Don the proper pro Homemaking provides the student with a knowledge of home care and family living. There are courses for boys as well as for girls. The Homemaking I course concerns foods and family relationsg 2, sewing and home furnishingg 7, home nursingg IO, advanced foodsg S, child careg and II, advanced clothing. Home- making 8 and II are half-year courses taken during the first semester, and Homemaking 7 and IO are taken during the second semester. Homemaking 4 is a boys' class consisting mostly of cooking. 0 theory and actual applzkatzbn F md Maryellen enjoy work in the kitchen. cedurc for left turns. Driver laiducation not only teaches stu- dents how to drive, but also teaches them car operation and safety rules of' the road. It is a half year course consisting of class- room study and actual experience at the wheel. To qualify for Driver laiducation, a stu- dent must he sixteen years of' age before the end of the month in which he enters the course. lt's Mary l,ou's turn at the wheel. if ,iifiwdrf-ff Q, -ameri, ....-ws' QHEVPQLL Fw t HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION develop strong bodzkff 1 llllihlurnnuuullil' ll' l Practice on the trampoline encourages muscle control. MH- SKFUHNC lldI11lY1iaICfS flrff llid. Mrs. Strouse, Miss Darling, and Coach Davis are in charge of the health department at Klyn- derse Academy. Mrs. Strouse, the school nurse, gives sight and hearing tests and aids the school doctor in giving physical examinations. If a student becomes sick during the day he may go to Nlrs. Strouse's ofhce and receive the proper care. Miss Darling and Coach Davis teach hygiene and physical education. The hygiene classes study about daily living. The students make reports, hold discussions, and practice lirst aid. Miss Darling and Coach Davis have set up a wide intramural program. After learning the basic rules of the various sports, teams are organized and the games played. Once a week the boys and girls have gym class together, when they play volleyball and dance. During 1956757 hlynderse has enjoyed an efiiciently-run health department, thanks to Mrs. Strouse, Miss Darling, and Coach Davis. DEAN OF GIRLS and GUIDANCE DIRECTOR Dggin or' Girl, discussing activities and programs. Nlr. Rogers helps George fill out I1 college entrance application u.....,,,, 3 fr: 4' 3 H N 95" . A i M M 5 ,W X ' 5 i "' ' -5- Q .1 L A ii A Y, me ,, : " 'f,. V. rw. 1, . A.. '26 ' up - .- s...3A A ' .4 , QV, vi Qual., ,. e'mnerteG'1IIctti ' n-"" 5 Ahce B 1rIu1er1 3 'Xllrx lee Io lt ?'N Ro tm zrx I 1pom1r'd1 SCHOLASTIC HCDNCRS HONOR STUDENTS - - - 1957 -4' NI 1rL IFLI Brtnnen Iom Hex wood I zzfedzrtor mn q!lfIZI!ll071H71 SCHCLARSHIPS 1956 We honor the Cl us of 19:6 for tht umm hne scho IL unts nun N Ut the tm, QIIYL Regents qthol irshlpx orhred III Qenecz Qountx, the Iollowlne Mxnalerse SLIIIOIN were mnners I' hf tbeth Sth Lrtfer onnle Cl xy Robert Sherwood Barb 1r1 Stone Gile I utnex S lm Xshb ILIHII NI lrlx 1LIxSOI1 Ilugene N1C1ndt1 ohn Leo H1nuII Phlhp XX lthers Carl jenxen In uldltlon to these Qt tnts of M50 pet yeir for four ye lrs of college, these gr zdu IICS Llso C lptured x lrlous other 1w trds Ilune Ioekvwood reeelxed 1 nurses seho lrsnp XIILII 1eI 31lott1 w 18 tw Lrded the Irtutm in Qehol ir xhmp K Iresbs ter11n Qchol 1rsh1p Wu won In Xlxrk lCIxSUII Robert Qherwood vw 18 glxen 1 Inxxersltx of Rochuttr QCIIOIIFSIIIIJ 'Syracuse III1X6I'S1fX qchohr shlps were iw lrded to 'ilrl 'XSIII.JlllQI1, C1rI Ienxen, md I hx xbeth Qeh lrtfet I hflbeth llso won 1 Cornell Sehol IINIIIP whleh she dld not 1CCCpf e me lbowe tw xrt IS tn unprexsne N"fm,SCO Su er1I Qlrls xx ho lre CHIT1IUL1I'11C1NfN of ITINITX I pxs Lopll Lhurth xx ere ws zrded INOIICYUW grmtx 'IB af' rt- K 'zthleen Bmdv ,caan 1 M27 George I andberg Gertrude I 1y .96 -of Fugc-ne 'N enoff .I - - ' - , ,V I wr i I' I 0' A 1 ,X x A , , , N W ,,. 7 Y 'TQ I I I -4 I I 1 fz ' ' ' 1 j ' . - - un 4 Izlst' ' ztehieven I Q of its - 1herg. ' 'nty 6 L 2 1 xi x NX K W 2 5- ' K- hx x ' x 3 L 1 1' Q Q".z L . 1 z ' ty. , C ' z ' I J j ' . ' z . . 3 z H I 2 ' .Il I If I . H I I I 1 ' I 1 ' ' z J f' ' . I I ' ." , U ' vx. . - - A m ., . , - , x . 1 v, ' 1 i .4 - L . H . . . , . , . I . ' : I . . -' , , J , 1, .I' 'I III Q, fi . . , ' " . . . . H . . . "L .1 I 'zfz '1 ' "I: 1 .' 2- 111! ,. , , , , . r . . . I 3 Q ' A z 'z .,z L . 5 z y 1 5 5 1 Q 1 . ' 1 1 . C z 3 ' L ' I r 1 - . 1 . X lh I tot:1I of I 2 1 ' z fz Is Q 1 ' 21 1 V Q- IV . P' Q. , 1 'Z K. ", .1 'x.- ' z I ,' " 1 'L - 1 1' 1 5' 1 ' .: . : , ,' ' FW SCHOLASTIC AWARDS Various individuals and groups interested in our school have donated awards to be given to those students who achieve outstanding records through the years. Each year on Moving-up Day, representatives of these organizations come to our school to present our students with money, medals, and certihcates. We are most grateful for their continued interest and we extend the thanks ofthe entire Myn derse family to them. The following awards were made in June, 1956: AWARD Reader's Digest H. G. Meacham Elmira Key Kirk-Casey Post Dr. Robert Knight Kirk-Casey Post C. F. Marsh S. M. S. Fraser Bausch 81 Lomb Rotary Club Rotary Club Rotary Club Rotary Club Rotary Club M. R. Sanderson Edington Merriam Trautman Wig and Rouge D.A.R. Industrial Arts Kiwanis Rockwell Memorial Red Jacket Auxiliary Reveille Syracuse University Gay Zona B. 81 P. W. V.F.W. Landberg S.M.S. Auxiliary Amer. VVar Dads and Aux. Odd fellows Masonic Lodge Medden Rotary Club Schlosser School Moose Auxiliary Moose Moose C.D.A. A.A.A. FOR Valedictorian Advanced art Junior girl High Av. Advanced American History High Av. 9th grade science Oratorical prize Most valuable member of band Boy most advanced in sports-studies Most improvement in band High Av. 4 years of science Highest average-Latin I Highest average-Latin II Highest average-French I Highest average-French II Highest average-Plane Geometry Greatest progress English 3 or 4 Senior citizenship Most advancement in drumming High Av. 9th grade social studies Frosh-Soph play competition High Av. Advanced Amer. History Craftsmanship, creativeness, etc. Junior Kiwanians Business-greatest progress Outstanding majorette Microphone-greatest contribution Citizenship awards High Av. English IV Sewing and Homemaking Outstanding business senior High Av. World History High Av. 4 years of math. Girl most advanced sports-studies Most progress in social studies II Essay on Brotherhood High Av. 9th grade English High Av. I Ith grade English Junior Rotarians Outstanding accompanist-voice Audio visual awards High Av. Shorthand II 3-letter Sr., high scholastic av. 2-letter Sr., high scholastic av. High Av. Ioth grade English Outstanding student of Driver Ed. RECIPIENT Elizabeth Schartzer Beverly Heywood Joan Heywood Mark jackson Mildred Demont Leo Hamill Connie Clay Eugene Nicandri Betty Jo Doyle Elizabeth Schartzer Rosemarie Barbi Carol Lengler Margaret Brennen Judy Meldrim Judy Meldrim Dale Bishop Leo Hamill Eugene Smith Thomas DeSarro and Bonalyn Brewer Sophomores Elizabeth Schartzer Ronald Focht Eugene Nenoff, Stuart Miller, Richard-Irland, William Turri Maryrose Hughes Judy Paulich Elaine Lockwood Elizabeth Schartzer, Angela Manzari, Valorie Putney, Leo Hamill, Philip Withers, William Rutz and George Landberg Elizabeth Schartzer, Robert Sherwood and Philip Withers Shirley McCann, Joyce Jensen Angela Manzari Demetre Bove, Judy Meldrim Stanley Dutton Donna Harris Mary Lou Campbell, Gary Rott Carol Lengler, Paul Fritz Ottalie McClymont Margaret Brennen George Landberg, William Rutz Jean Knapp, Carole Stewart Gary Howe, Gary Niles, Jessie Sanpietro, Kenneth Haas, Ronald Sullivan Jeannette Galletti Bill Corey Peter Lambert Judy Meldrim Jean Knapp I V" H+' I 1 . . 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' .. 1 Q. sf: . .h g in-X 9- ', 'J-,c,g..2' . 1 I. 11's sa...-f-q . ,nyh ... .. , ,.'. '5.i..3.-151 1. 1, J e . li".-. ,.l 1 A. 1 , . I , . . ..'- '. 1 1 .4 r - -1 . l 5 . ,u.............4..M . .....s,. g ,.,,,,,.,, ,, MJMQ, I 4 .X vt' --- Y -rx 2nd Row: XVatros, Harris, Guisti, Passifione, Caraccilo, Vergamini, Haul, VV. Turri, Wormuth, Rutz, -Iacoby. IJ! Row: Buchwald, Hedden, Brewer, Poole, Heywood, Mills, Turkett, Doyle, Milner, Riggle. ST U D E N T C 0 U N Cl L represents every imliwklual ,Z AV., " ' , K W ' ' P ' . f, vw 46 p X . MJ , A VN ' " ' '. l C T 'S M mf' -.V L I u.v,' I' H L L f -ff fi 'L 4 'L 4 .4 :TLT 7 1.::'-h.,.fr:?'r':1:1. Stuart Miller, Prefidenlg Valorie Putney, Vice Presidenlg Shirley Toni, Secretary Robert Spano, Treafurer. 'J' '37 hlulf 0 il ,Ja as in 9 f . i' A ,: -. R271 ,, I f .. , 1. X 2 1 'xx :J .. o I zf gs -' 'u:. ,z "3: . . "ai, . The Student Council has endeavored to promote better relations among the faculty and the students. It serves as a sounding board for student opinions. During the year it sent CARE pack- ages to needy countries, sent buses free of charge to the Elmira football game, and supplied workers for all home sports events. A Food Committee was set up to pro- mote more co-operation between the caf- eteria and the students. Menus and the lunch line problem were the main topics of discussion. The Student Council is continually working to improve school spirit. Com- mittees were organized to study the matter. The Student Council ollicers attended a Student Government Conference in the fall. A dance was held in the spring. The purpose of this event was to raise money for a 'lFoster Parent" plan in which the council is very interested. The annual picnic wound up the year's activities. EDITORS. Gertrude Lay, Margaret Brennen. Miss Trulan, Literary Adviser THE 1957 MYNDERSIAN record! an excztzng school year Thls year s Mynderslan staff chose the theme, Mynderse, the Center of Our UHIVCFSC and proceeded to carry lf out The staff heads were Margaret Brennen and Gertrude Lay, Co Edltors, George Landberg, Photographlc Edltor, amce Anndon, Art Izdrtor, Stuart Mlller, Sports Edltor, and Mary Lee Poole, Buslness Manager Many thanks go to the faculty and students for thelr co operation Necessary Hnances were supplled by those who supported the magazlne and subscrlptlon drlves and those who advertlsed V5 arren Ottemlller and Mr Carlo Frappollx alded us by supplylng some of the photographs Portralts were made by the Bullock Studlo Credlt also goes to MISS Trulan and Mr Becker for thelr help, mstructxon, and patlence IITERARY STAFF Back Row Maxer Stachelhaus C Snmone Gallettx Whlpple Front Row Lapomarda Sabatmx Cammuso Ahrens EQMQ PHOTOGRAPHIC AND ART STAFFS Back Row Sullxvan Demont Fronl Row Heywood .W 43. Jensen 56 Q u ' Y ' Cl ' ,Y . 0 . JL A . . - . T t L . 7 . . . . . . . : , , . , y ' 7 p Q Q ' 3 ' ,lv M ,,'g'T5i'ln ' , fs V S' y, , L my A p le N 4 I A' A ' " fi i ' 'D I J ' : 1 .- I, N f A ,A A , . ' 5 ' 1 A ' 9 'Nllllu Vpfrf Fdflor Xmldon flrt Edztar Lindberg Pham grapfzlr Fdlf0V C """ 'Q -- ml-wwf s""'f i ludx 'Nlfuer and Sherrx -Xdim of thu l xterlrx SMH' .-L.. Nlr Bgckgr Fzlmnfzzzl Aldller lm.. All Bowmun Harb1er1 Wlmte Hollrelder Schulmm Poole Putnes 71 x Lr nl Num Q nm L krm rr I u S lrn 1g D1 Jmumnu l lrLd1r1 ll r X llxlxgr Smltflw XI B1 xp 3l'rumlL L L 1 Q are f 1 Nm ll""':1l.laI lr i1l QW? gy, 2 Q ' X lf 2 '4 -J x X f N2 V " ' I N a ' J'f 4 - f - . J ' V f ' In ' . ' 4 9 f " W, . . -",' 'fc'. im.- 4 A lf, 5 Ex" S ,L N x V' y ' 4 Q ' 'lf K' ' 'lA L l " 1 . lx Y V y . 1 2 y y .Y ' ' K . ' - Rmfi, Bibhup, Campbell, Sanmniello, Bzfffnew ,llfznagerm 2 11l'o::: Cf. YK gzxml A,.' llf,,l.Pct-rr 1 ,Nl-I f U ,l,a1n ra1gli11,f.C1 cvzll,-I. Al ' "la, J' 'l A ' 1. .f Rf-zc: AI' 1 " - 'l 'H - - 'blk , M- I l 1 ' ', ,l- I'iUNNl, Sl'l'2lF11Il,YT!lllH,.'X 1LlI"1lX, C p, B1f1'rr.f.f.' 3 x J . J ' ' ' ,Q ' .. 5 ' . X V U f- X R D B I . fp l a ' 5 , -wg Ci jrd 1c9IL'.' Calarco, Box e, Doyle, S. iNliller,Slo:1n, Nillltbllll,NICDCFI7lCJIf,.'xClLlfT1, S11gC,fil1lI'lf!, Grithtlyllensen. 27I1jRffIL'. .-Xmidon, Schulman, K. Brady, Paulich, li. Nliller, laipomarda, Santaniello, Carnexzlle, Rossi, lJ'l'ircole, Stewart, San- pietro, Holland. lf! Row: Nleldrim, Nl. Brady, l.engler, Conkey, Baker, Brewer, Talver, Peterman. 'J me or E UI-Weekly l'ublk'zx11nn of Myuderv-e Academy 1"L'CL'1.V6'J' Ifdlf? PTE!! 61127617615 At the annual lfmpire State School Press Association Conference at Syracuse the Microphone, our school newspaper, under the direction ot' Hrs. Doris Wvilson, won more awards than ever before. Among those received were a trophy for school service and certificates for photography, news writing and feature story writing. Few people realize the work involved in compiling the news for the paper and preparing it for printing. Much time and erimr are expended in assembling the paper and hringing hits ol' inter- esting news and useful information to the students. 2711i Raw: laxndherg, Bnrirzexs ,Hamzgerg Sorensen, News Editarg Stachelhaus, News Edilorg Ahrens, Newt Edilorg Mrs. Wilson, rfdcirer. lf! Row: Bar- lvieri, Co-Edilorg Maier, C0-Edilorg Brennen, Fea- George congratulates Judy upon winning ESSPA . , 5, ff' 4 Y, V g Q f V' lure Edzlor. ,,xdAV!0,fLQ!04,,L:Z'1 5, 9jl,L,419f troPh? f5rgeev4-Qffjf 9 H ,. ,S ..,,: Term paper research, Shirley and Mary check out a book for Nlattia Feola. LI B RA C B membcrf make reading plmmnt l'nder the leadership of Bliss Compitello, Library books were checked in and out of the library properly. Club began its season by accepting new members and Instead of having their annual Christmas Party and electing new oflicers. Barbara Andreas was chosen exchanging gifts, members sent tive CARE packages President. to Korea and Hungary. Activities of the Club included constructing library In january, members took inventory of the books seasonal displays and setting up a Book Xveek Exhibit, and checked their arrangement. which consisted of posters and new books. The Club's successful year ended with a social activ- During the year the responsibility of desk duty was ity enjoyed by all. assumed by junior librarians who made sure that all jrd Rox: Dcmont, Ferrara, Baker, Solometo, Coscntino, Uravina, 'l'immons, Barbieri, Grirhth, Hamill, Piscitelli, Clark, Xvallace, l,cmma. :rid Race: Toni, Nicandri, Ciyitts, Ritter, Lengler, lylircole, nl. Rossi, Petcrman, Lambert, Nedza, Larson, G. Hiller, Yergamini, Ifrascr. lst R0-ic: Diliomineck, D'l'1redita, lf. Rossi, T7'z'll.fll7'FV'j Calarco, Vin' p1'e.tidw1l,' Andreas, I7P't'i1'dd'7lf,' Simone, Sefrelzzryg Benassi, Cronin, Lilla. fi, . laik' 'v an-All JJ? V, 11 ,J if A U U Q' 'N i O0 P s' X7 we 1 Bark Row: Austin, Sage, Calarco, Annetta, Meldrim, Miss Trulan, nldviferg Sorensen, Buchwald, Nicandri, Caulkins, Simson, Simolo, Hilkert. Front Row: Benassi, Haysscn, Fire Pre.videnl,' Amidon, Preiidentg Lilla, Secretaryg Stewart, Treamrerg Lambert. AC A N T H U S complete: many project: Acanthus began the year with the initiation of twelve new members and the election ofoflicers. They are: President, Janice Amidong Vice President, Joey Haysseng Treasurer, Annette Stewart, Secretary, Betty Lilla. Projects for the year included making cafeteria displays, completion of the Meacham murals in the auditorium, setting up displays in the foyer cabinet, and designing and printing covers for the Student Handbooks. The club also placed the carved wood athletic placques in the ugymnasium. It i "i A party atrthe.Cayuga Lake home of Miss Trulan, club adviser, closed a profitable and in- teresting year. '- I tv L I. L N C B 1"6VZ'V6.f Roman customi- r. 'The Latin Club, with Miss lyliller as adviser, is headed by Betty Jo Doyle and Carol Shuster. X The meetings are conducted in Roman style with a consul presiding. sThe Latin Club custom is to end the year and its activities with a banquet where all members Xdress in togas and tunics, like the Romans. Two faculty members are invited, and Latin I stu- dents,,dressed as slaves, serve the members and guests. jrd Row: Demont, Larsen, Brewer, Baker, Stamper, Watros, Stewart, Clay, VanEpps, Glantz, Miller, Souhan, Kissinger. 2nd Row: Miss Miller, Afdvzlverg Paulich, Barbieri, Bleek, Civitts, Neal, Bracht, Hamill, Fisher, Simson, Buchwald, San- pietro, Sly. IJ! Row: Fraser, Cantor, Ritter, Cemorg Cammuso, Aedileg Cologgi, ,Qlldf5l0l'j Barbi, ,,Quae.vlor. L wg. 1 It . , 'cp I .fy i sf Q ri 1 , x in rf :lb , Ar the banquet, 1956. Hauf, .llfriixfw dn T2'f5.for,' Sinicropi, .llinislre def PI'0AEfVdU1N1I'.f,' Rutf, .llmiflre de l'Ec1'i.f1zre,' Mrs. Seld, .1'd:'1'.ffr,' Scannel, .ll7iPll'.Vf7'tc' 511115 Portfjf111'lff,' Bore, l'n'f1'1ff'21! 11711 C021feif,' Stachelhaus, Prifidenl dn Cerrfr l"m21f1zi.f. P1"L'.fU7"1fZ1f Fnfncfy fl'Z1llI.f1.01Lf Le Cercle lfrancais, supervised by Mrs. Anne Seld, continued its goal to further the knowledge of the language, culture, and customs of the French people. The club consisted of titty-four members, the largest number in many years. Twenty-two new members from lfrench I were initiated in lfebruary. Bi-weekly meetings featured celebration of lfrench holidays with traditional customs, educational French games, and puppet shows, conducted entirely in lfrench. Movies picturing life in l'aris and the lfrench countryside, with dialogue in French, were shown during the year. These furthered knowledge of the French language and culture, as well as providing entertainment. The year was climaxed by the annual banquet held at the .-lrinitage. At that time eligible seniors received their pins. .fill R0-ic: .-Xdam, Hcdclen, Romeo, Leonard, Sorensen, Freeland, Stapleton, ll, Stachelhaus, Ward, Heywood, vlensen, Griffith Maier ?r'1iR0f"'l Parker N1 l Nlills Brennen I Nleldrim Val i Rigale K Brad' 5 Peterman Qouhan , .k ...,. . , ,,.. ,.f1s, gg, . .y,.. .,. .. 2nd Raw: M. Calarco, .-Xhrens, Nichols,Carnev:1le,Ray Piscitelli, Ron Piscirelli, bl. Nleldrim, S. Slack, NlcCann,Pef1ulo. IJ! row, l,engler, Nl. Brady, Zona, Berlew, Cafaro, l,. Cammuso, Feola, H. Miller, Schweitf, lflfrcole. 9, f 61 ls Be 1 7 S-pb -Zi i I 5 F L ju! Rafe: W. Parker, Shewbrooks, M. Parker, Stapleton. 27111 Row: Santaniello, C. Simone, Adfam, White, Hcdden, Car, hone. l.i'l Rota: Maier, .-X. Yergamini, Bore, Brennen, Stachelhaus. W I G A N D U G E enfoumgw' dmmatzk activity Wig and Rouge, whose purpose is to foster an interest in dramatics, is advised hy Mrs. Lucille Plummer. New mcmhers are initiated at a meeting in November. The dramatic club performs many services. Wig and Rouge memlaers apply malsesup for Rotary and Kiwanis functions, announce high-school assembly programs, and act as stage crew operators. The Frosh-Soph Play Tournament, directed by XYig and Rouge, is held in the spring. As a social activity the members of Wig and Rouge attend a theater party, where they see a college play. The year is concluded with the annual picnic. joan Heywood, Tretzfzmwg Mary Lee Poole, Sef- r'elmy,' Judy Paulich, l,7':'.ifd6'!llj Mrs. Plummer, .1'd:'1'fer'. Make-up committee for Rotary Minstrels. is W Q x Aw .ur Evwjf clam dui Ll stage productzon Slzmdzrzg Shtwlsroolss C. SIITIUHQ Broyles, Stxchelhlus lmdbtrg Szttzng B1ld1s 'me Brtnntn, I uxhth XNh1tt Qmrxmello QIYIILN xlt, Rlggle The Pumplun Qhell, '1 s1n lll summer cottige on the New ersey cout, was the scene of a very mterestmg plru hs Wxlhun Duldson presented bs the QCHIOFS There w1s llwixs room for one more ln the Rose unl x Ilrst then took 111 mu, 1 sl y teen IgG or ph ln Ihen IINIUS ohn 1 Crlppled bow, beg ln 1 n W hte Vklfll them -Xs the pl xy progressed, Ixney guned Confidence, ind IIDIDQ ohn le lrned to wxlls wlthout hls Cine The unlor C1155 presented 1 one ict pl u IH 1 school '1QSCHlbly lhe pl IS was student dlrected w1th the as s1st1nce of Mrs Flom Novlls The Frosh Soph Plfu Iournflment Wls put on Wlth the custonmry compet1t1ve feehng shown by the under classmen -I I 'T'-.".1 , ea 14' www J' -1-1 Mill I ,,,,e.ffs-H' 45-F511 fl?" .z -- i N ' Juniors waltzed through the Jumlxles Freshmm 1nd Sophomore pl1y C'lSt5 rehearse for the annual Sprung tourn1ment 62 ' Q Q 1' 1 fi' T ' 1 . - A . 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A 5 . l , ' A . . f I l 3 I I ' . 1 . . V ' . lk ' Q S. ' Q , ' l ll T , ' , I . rl-s" ' .s s M V , . . , , N .1 .T Q 1 . L Tc K Y V 1. . T' in , J ' T ix tj A' Q .- 1' - - . t, " Xggg' - , .gy Y r f yn, ' ' ' , , . v ,- t . f , . 1 - L . A v :- so - 5 4 'V ' ' ' .v,..- 4 . - L I' 4 2, 1. . . . .9 LK - g - .1 L S 1 1, X .T ' U L 1 73' .T.,...s.,, Y , , .- .,. ,. M Back Row: Toner, Kotkas, Fritz, Sipos, Landberg, Rice, VVillis, Smith, Vire Prefidentg Sanpietro, Serrflaryg R Demont, Presidenlg M. Demont, Treaiurerg Mr Dickieson, Adcifer. Grabbatin. Front Row: Miles, Fisher, Hamill, Benassi, Amidon, M. Ritter. SC I E N C E C B 016l2!0l1'lC6'J' COWlP1"6l761'lJ'1b1'l 0 1'ldf1fl1"6' The Science Club, supervised by Mr. Dickieson, combined fun and a better understanding of science as its goal. Capable ofiicers were elected and new members were initiated. Soon after the year's activities began, a Christmas party was held at Mr. Dickieson's home, and fun was had by all. The Science Club enjoyed a trip to the Rochester bluseum and the Eastman House. The Science Club members assisted Mr. Dickieson in putting on a Science Fair for the P.'I'.A. B IETVKI all claire: In our school day a little variety makes a sparkling difference, the Projection Club, under the competent direction of Mr. Samuel Dickieson, brings us that smattering of variety. By preparing the movie projectors and films to be shown in various classes the members aid our faculty. They often spend their study halls running the machines. Club meetings are scheduled to assist the interested students in learning the techniques of movie projection. Motion pictures increase understanding in our classes. 2nd Row: hir. Dicliieson, .'1d:'iffrg Burgess, Perry, Stuck, Updylae, Wvolle, lvillis, Riggle, VVard, Rice, Davis, Kanaley, Schreader, Scialdone. 151 Row: Robert Focht, Marvin, K. jones, Vice President, Niles, Presidenlg Scalzo, Treaizirerg Mansman, Greenly. J . V Ea fi fe' K Tardelli, Tregajtttzgg R.nMiller, Prefident. I i i l I N' Standing: Mrs. Smith, Advixerg Morganti, H. Miller, E. Bishop, T, f" If i s X Harris, Du Pell, Mrs. Thorpe, Advixer. Sitting: Stewart, Beatini, E. ,7 I I i Rossi, XVilk 3, Nl. B. ld. , . i . f' r es 1 'wine L 4. K ,fd C I If I lil.. M JR, RED CRQSS ifaiwam? 'atm md ' if f'f.-Aw "i, IC! 5 Qf,41"A,A . kv The main purpose of the Junior Red Cross in Mynderse Academy is to form an organization T' 1 of young people to help the local chapter of the Red Cross. In the case of' emergencies, such as "' fires or floods, the Junior members may be called on to assist in aiding the victims. Last fall, the members sponsored the Red Cross drive at Mynderse. In February, they made favors for the Veterans' Hospital for St. Patrick's Day. The junior Red Cross is advised by lNIrs. Thorpe and Mrs. Smith. C AM E RA C L U B Jtudzkf photography Aided by Mr. Becker, the members of the Camera Club have experimented with the new Polaroid camera that was purchased by the Myndersian last year. The camera was used to take pictures for the Myndersian this year. Various members of the club used the camera in this work. After Polaroid pictures have been taken, they are developed within one minute inside the camera. This enables the club members to look at the results without waiting. The club held discussions on color photography, use of filters, and simple developing. Back Row: Toner, Secretary-Treasurerg K. Mc- Dermott, Ashley, Giovannini, Vine President. Front Row: Neal, Ottemiller, Prwidentg Kautz. ., ,. M . WM- ,,Hw..,Zffg, , I rdf , a 340' J . ' ' V 4 ' N MQ TJ P 4A v X in .4 ' F .K t . ,, c, N. I X- ,I CJ 79 ' K S ' 65 Studying Pose Techniques X5 Al -Y S' xi r v' Y fr . X' . sl i J -s mance- Burk Row: C. Stuck, Bunce, Sipos, Houck, C. Stuck, Hall. Front Row: Back Raw: G. Deary, D. Bishop, Crough, TF6!lJI41'87',' Harrier, Vin' P1'efident,- Ward, Sfrretaryg M. Updyke, JONES, Perry, Knapp, A. Parker, President, F. Parish, Reporlfrg Hoster, Senlinel. Kzmaley, F. Barlvieri. Fran! Row: Deal, l.indstrom, D. Brown, D. F.F.A. aims for supervised farming, recreation, co- Pilflehylf- DL1lwn,W. K11Hf1lC?'- ' operation, community services, leadership, scholarship, earnings and savings, and conduct of meetings. This year, under the direction of Mr. john Koska, "The Sodbustersf' the local chapter, helped with the F F A Y . . . 0 o 0 Mr. lxoska skating rink and lights, refreshment stands at the foot- A7,dmN lwall games and attended a Cornell football game. F.F.A. also helped entertain -Iohn Kenderick from lningland for F.F.A. has also won many honors. They won first the summer and showed him the farm life in Central place in Seneca County for parliamentary procedure New York. competition and placed second in the district. F.H.A. is designed to further interest in homemaking through individual and F H A group projects. ' 0 ' The organization, under the leadership of hliss Frances Gailey, elected the Mis, qgailcy following oHicers for the '56 '57 term: President, Shirley Toni, Vice-President, ,Jdvirer Betsy Glantzg Secretary, .Ioyce Bishopg Treasurer, Mary Hollfelderg Reporter, Judy Meldrimg Historian, Lilmlmy Wallace. The memhers of F.H..-X. give assistance at many school functionsffor instance, they sell refreshments at home football games. As an outside project, F.H.A. sends CARF packages to needy people. Representatives attend the state convention of the Future Homemakers of America. There are three degrees which a homemaker may earn: Junior Homemaker, Chapter Homemaker, and State Homemaker. To earn the first two degrees a girl must take homemaking in school. Q In order to join F.H.A. a girl must have studied homemaking one semester or ,. ...f-A be taking it at the present time. Bark Row: M. Bleek, Gladis, Sanpietro, Flock, Kanaley, Hamill, Brick Row: Meldrim, Reporlerg Hollfelder, Trearzzrerg Bishop, Aldrich, Barrett, Marsh. Front Ross: Andreas, Nicandri, Larsen, 7'Pfll7lYJ Wallace, Historian. Fr'ontR01a.- Toni, Prf5idpn.f,- Glantz, Demont, Bowman, Brown. Prejidml. 3 ' . p 5 ' y ' p T fy, ,J Q . , '-M, " iff. S ki if fs.. '47 ic JA., li s. 4th Row: A. Stewart, Fraser, Del Russo, Mastroleo, I. Riggle, Jacoby, Learo, Clay, Dorson, Peterman, Stachelhaus, Salvo.3rd Row: A. Vergamini, Lilla, Brewer, Larson, Kanaley, McBride, Lotz, Griffith, Simolo, Ritter, Kimmel. 2nd Row: Fraty, Bailey, Gladis, Cologgi, Sorensen, Giovannini, Scannell, DiDomeneck, Lambert, Solometo, Calarco, Hedden, IJ! Row: Lemma, Huff, Amidon, Adam, J. McDermott, Ashley, DiCesare, Bracht, Turkett, M. Baldasarie, Van Cleef. The Varsity Chorus, under the direction of Miss Helen Mardikian, started the year by select- ing oflicers. Those chosen were Diana Stachelhaus, President, Barbara Turkett, Secretary, and Cynthia Hedden, Librarian. Yuletide activities included caroling for shut-ins throughout Seneca Falls, caroling in the halls of school, and participating in the Christmas Program. In February a music assembly which included soloists, triple trio, and a quartet was put on for the Junior High School. When Spring came, the triple trio, quartet and soloists went to the N.Y.S.S.M.A. competition which was held in Syracuse. The Spring Concert and The Seneca County Music Festival ended the year. VOCAL MUSIC GRCUPS combine bard work and plearure The Girls' Glee Club is directed by Mrs. John Fraser with Donna Marsh, President, Barbara Schweitz, Vice President, Joan Russell, Secretary, and Donna Bracht, Treasurer. The organization is formed to further interest in choral expression and to prepare future mem- bers of the Varsity Choir. The Christmas program was the first of the Glee Club's public activities. The girls attended the County Festival, took part in the assembly given at the Junior High, and participated in the Spring Concert in May. A trio composed of Sophomore girls took part in the musical activities with the Glee Club. The members of the trio are Janet Baker, Margaret Fraser, and Carol Shuster. 4111 Row: Hamill, B. Schweitz, Crull, Buck, Manganaro, Cammuso, Eno, Shewbrooks, Fisher, Thatcher, Sly. 3rd Row: Kanaley, E. Van Cleef, Flock, Armitage, Carbone, Annetta, Barbieri, Kissinger, Bellomo, Bracht, Miller. 2nd Raw: Riggle, Stoltzenau, Brunskill, Clary, M. Amidon, Cronin, Johnson, Rotundo, Russell, Marski. 1:1 Row: Koch, Bleck, Parker, Neal, Wallace, Carello, A. Ferrara, D'Ercole, Van Houten. 67 C EFY Back Row Wheeler Rxggle Cronm Shuster Stamper Broyles Dellefave Ashbaugh Fritz Front Row VVh1te Clay Cammuso Perrotto Mastroleo Vhthers KnaDD Burtless Dalton Stapleton addy pep to .ftudent gatberzngf Q Mr Anzalone Dzrectar Majorettn Normi Kreager and Judy Paullch O an - w 7 X ' . I ' ' ' 3 A 2 as ' Ns sz: ui ? Q? ff' g Q j H iii- . .L K X l 'l .Q , - , ' fn -A lj 'Hi r Q Si ,i f l 4 ,Ez 5 69 F F -X Bow fIt P Irmgrx 'XIII cum Cooperstown I hu df. 1dllhL Ippro Ichg CLUB ACTIVITIES Mdwfmmmf Stroke' Q hrlxtm 18 L 1rolIm1 3 5- 9 NIeanwhIlL luck It the rfmch NIInIILr If thu umlln v-'ffgfafq v-c,"'I"" mm I x u 1 c, A K Yr, K I .f V--I 1 nf 3' E ' 4 ... 1 "l s . .-94? y 1 f 4 Q Mary -Xnne eannet te 'l fs "5 ORD '1 CHEERLEADERS Mus Dfxrlmg rid zser B Donna Betty Jo ,g,fLJ A ,L 4-LQ, ,f3'.ra-4 .Ju 11.1 41 .211 ct LA f Hi' Bev Brend1 Peggy I o u Ann Marian 'ji :LL- X141 94,414-J M'1ry Barb M7 v erga miw. ll! if My . 6,11 My X Armitage dl 1 Fairly' pf' Caraccilo, Irland Varsity Scores Myn derse Opponents o Newark 7 37 Oswego 20 7 Elmira 6 24 Penn Yan o 7 Clyde o 3 9 Lyons 6 39 DeSales 6 25 YVaterloo 7 Q. k O1 Bellomo t A Marred by only one defeat, at the hands of Newark, 7-O, the Blue Devils ended the season with a 7-I record 5 . and their sixth straight Wlayne-Finger Lakes Confer- iK'f f X ' ence title Valesente , Mynderse compiled a total of 178 points compared X with the opponents' 52 points. Dick Irland and Bob V Bellomo were chosen for the tri-county All-Star team. A A Bob Bellomo won All-State honors. 'A A big factor in the team's fine record was the superb I' 7 ' Yaofmuthi Cmugh coaching of Coaches Davis and Koska. ,A jj? EK I 3rd Uticone, McMillan, Withers, Deary, Moulton, Jacoby. 2nd Row: Colavito, Thorpe, Amidon, C Stahlnecker. Ist Row: Sipos, Bunce, D. Sinicropi, Willis, Passifione, Wiggington, Buldgess. N Q Q gf Q 65 ,N QW: H- r . V. V Q 4 7 X . -r U , vi, 6 , "' 0 1 pi-1 3 , ,fi B462 -. W L 5 fgB, - ag w 4 X X' -2 . V' X5 I W - . .7 N Y.Y,1 "ii fi .- My -2 r -" X A 4.3! ,Q .X pw 5 MAJ A xl! JWWQ4 M6 .T pf. I VK Pe 1 H awe 4 Lf mv' K1 L M' ni df lf LW Ml ai?" K if K1 2 Row Dellef sh p B tl s c 1 a c nn If o J UMM M tell R yP1scfe111 Am do B011 n ky st plef Sl Jffff fn ...SSW R M lle VV Turn J. V. Scores Mynderse Opponents o Oswego I4 27 Auburn o I3 Mr Carmel 27 I8 Penn Yan 7 34 Newark O I3 Canandalgua 27 6 Waterloo o Brady, Stahl 73 D 1sKplsk1C!3zc Qfffg luylfe Wm .M Ywelll l Ande r X C f s V c I f 40 ' ff 1 1 ' f ,ml l , ' 5 , ff ., if U gpg L y X 5 'I k' f ill' . L1 Q yu L . g . l - 'e f el MP l :ll . 2,,,l . lx i' X 'Ng K X P, wi U. 4 all rs' t no' 1 f 7 1 A . 5 Ng 1 1 .IU 1 2 if il . s 7 3 X sw- lf' gl , I 'fn 'I W. ew W? b 300244 all ki A 1 - et e - L N .M ,M 612' S' Q V f P x' , ' 'N A ' .ff n Q 'I 47 .I 4 ,- i I LA hw le ML f V 112 J UL I I M , .J f ' 1 f ffl , W ' 1 Mx fJ ' .4 4 I nag If Q' 'F ' nd : ave, E. Bi o , ur es , Ron Pis itell', Parker, Sp no, M. S a ell. J R w. fl na ' ar 0, a ' i ', i n, es , a on oan. if , ,A 1 3 IZW , , , x F t 'l - Bullis,Koska, av', u in ', o hex., .. 'lf X N . L L, D 4 ' 1 . 1 r 4 'l ' ' fllmfly BASKETBALL TEAM "' area' ftrong competztzon Sand Y alesente McCabe 'I N n 'md Masterson Coaches Houck Burtless Broyles Manager.: As a result of youth and mex perlence the Mynderse Blue Devlls coached by Mr Master son had a rather unsuccessful season The team fimshed wlth a 1 I3 league record and a 2 I5 te1m record Smce only one pliyer w1ll be lost through grad uat1on Mr Masterson looks for ward to a bI'1gl1tCI' season next year .1 VN ormu th 4. P1 Cl telll Farney 4 Tense Moment JUNIOR VARSITY Coached by Mr. Nelson, the Junior Varsity had a fairly suc- cessful season, winning seven and losing eleven. Mickey Cafaro set a new one- game scoring record when he scored 30 points against Tru- mansburg. Boys who will help out the Varsity next year include Emil Giusti, Mickey Cafaro, Gil YVy- cker, and Paul Jacoby. Willis, Jacoby, YYycl-ter, Colavito. Eight hands, One Ball Brady, Giusti, Cafaro, Burns lVlVT1flCl'sL 7 , a 'x 'CQ-, r1dRo 'Nlr Bullxx Coarh l Bellomo Loru Qchtuermm Cwplldl Bmdx Rutl Mr Nelson Foafh IJ! Row Yule stnte Poxcro 'XITlld0!1 Llrxccllo XlC1HdFl C Scmnell Nltytrx B B called the boy! outrzak VARSITY Xewirk Geneve. C1n'1nd11gu1 Penn Y in DeSale5 Lyons VV1terloo Opponents I 21 :D 114 Back Ro Dtlltfue Conlu Blshop Crum C,1f1ro -Xndereon AITlldUD 'Nlr Wmthrop Coafh Front R0 Wormuth Sqnd Nonolxo PIYHCQ Meeks -Xmldon X Coached by Mr 'Nelson and led by Clptfun Gene lN1c1ndr1, the Blue Devlle cflptured elaht WINS ln fourteen conteete Gene N1C1I1ClF1 recexved the Most N tluable Pl u er -Xw 1rd md Hlghest B 1tt1ng -M emg Award Bdblfariccllo 1nd Blll Rutz proved to be L1 very rehable COl71b1I1'1f1OI1 The unlor VITSIYY teim, made up of Freshmen ind Sophomores wfts cofzched by Mr Wmthrop 'md looked very rmpresslve is they won 7 out of tl1ClI' I4 scheduled games we-,v J 9-9- 76 - u ., A I s 1 'K l K YA ' I ' . 5 2 Ml ' . do A Q 'NW l' ll l V v .1 , I ' V 4 5 Y' .mr s Y f t i R .5 g 36 , Q W I fl. 4 , . J ' , - , ,. ,Q f ' 2 J 3 fir , 1 4' M Q 4 Q V X M K 2, x e P x x , Qx 1 Z: I , , Q , , 4 .V t 5 A y X .. I K h A 1 X 5 . R X, ' Q 2 fc: . . ':, 5 ,. , ' rj, . - . , . 1 ', - j, 2, --V' 5 , - - "5 v' ' be , ' ,, ' , N21 ',.". , I. 1 , tg 2 , 2 y , N y I . ,. . QI Af . ' 1,2 ' ' 3 va ' 1" . 1 2 ' z ' A Y- 2,2 l . , V, . 4,8 . . .' . 3,7 Brady's pitching was outstanding throughout the year. 8,4 2 If 5 . l 1 l ' l l t - . Or' f L L' . ,tly :gb-32 A J 1 ' ' ' ' .WUI 1 Y ' , , Z - y ,fy Y Q' F. ', -1 'a , I . , A ' , A I " , ' . ' , X44 ' ' Q Lt V X. ' . L -:Q kt, 1 -A Al, KN HN A. l , Q, T v W a 'll ,- A , 5 7 W. h L V l , : L 1 X- f 1 'ff tj- f , f4 y l A . y , :V ' f 1' 44 A , I l . 2 Vt N fl I ' Z f , '.. 111408255 UE gf 3rd Row Ur Cooley Coarlz Parker lan Etten Slo1n R Mlller Iflmlxert 'NI Sc'1nnell Mr Dane Coarh 271dR0'h. Spano Bohensky Burtleie lrl1nd Anderson Ritter Bobezu lst Ro Berger Iotf B Nlnller 'Nenoff Crough Yan CINDER DOGS" 'Wim mmf Coached by Mr Cooley, the 1956 truck team was vlctorlous in onlv one of 1tS elated meets The Blue Dev1ls defeetted lNew1rL and W fiterloo 1n a trmngular meet Competltlon w1s algo held mth Cfmfmn dmgua, Penn 1 1n, and Genewa Sn run ers were sent to the Sectlonale, the Re l1y Carnlval held IH Genew 1, the Section W Meet 1n Rochester, and the Flnger Likes Conference Meet , I - + at X to X l ,- Q , , K X ' x A XXX ,4, l l f W -3 Back Row: Riggle, Sloan, Nozzolio, Lohr. Front Row: Clay, Perry, Nucci. B OW L E RS .rcored bzlgb Directed by Coach W'inthrop and cap- tained by Don Perry, the Mynderse bowl- ers ended a successful season with a Q75 record. Teams defeated by the Mynderse keglers included: W'aterloo, Geneva, Phelps, Victor, Penn Tan, and Gorham. ln addition, intramural bowling had its biggest year, with 35 boys participa- ting. The intramural program ran from September to lylarch. High intramural bowlers are chosen for the school team. W R E L E had active femon Mr. VVinthrop Coach Coached by Mr. DeBottis, and led by co-captains Bill Turri and Charles Stahl, the Blue Devil wrestlers entered their third year of varsity competition. The team made an impressive showing by winning seven matches, losing one, and tying one. Gary Tardelli, Ronnie Focht, and Charles Stahl won events in the Section V Quarterfinals. Stahl and Tar- delli went on to win in the semifinals. Mynderse Opponent I9 Webster I9 29, 29 Penn Yan 11, I3 go North Syracuse 18 11, 20 Geneva 24, 16 25 West Genesee I4 23 Waterloo I9 jrd Row: Tedesche, McDermott, Bentley, Bohensky, Crough, R. Burns. 2nd Row: Deary, Lotz, Bunce, Scannell, Del- Mr. DeBottis Coach Z' Y Papa, R. Focht, Toni, Stahl. 151 Row: Diffesare, Focht, Stahlneclcer, Mcblillen, W'heeler, W. Turri. I ...................,4. ,.. s. . V 3 , M In L V., Q .L A A A! Mu-J K N :mx ,, , I .. , 5 J. 1' E I '-2' g . Q 'W , .v , 1 7' 'Mi r . 1' 2 1. .r 1 Q , H 1 1 . N r 'f 1 1 1? 5' V VN I . , i' 13 D ii I Q 7 , v . x K V I i K J 1 i 3' ,L 7, ' ' ' 'ti J 'gi 1 QI T K 1' ' f A - 1 5 I 4 ' 3 Q 1 5' S ' 5 3 R f 1 ' f' y 1 " 9 1 ,f fl l - . S X 1 T, W 1 " N, I 1 Q -. 9 , ' , . f f - 1 ., 'Bl , 1 wx X ,i i Bark Kotkas 2 BLUE DEVIL BCWMEN comtructed their own equzpment 'K' ,-:IL I!-, 5 . ones, Austin, Kissinger, Milner, Riggle, A. Del Russo, George Landberg, President, Mr. Cooley, .17d:'i.ver. Front Ro-lc: l.otz, Knapp, life Prexidfrztg Bracht, Rice, T7'EtZ,VIl7'?7',' Fritz. The Blue Devil Bowmen is a club at Mynderse for pupils interested in archery. It is the pur- pose of the organization to develop an interest in and to promote safety in archery as a recre- ational activity. Members have been concentrating on making their own equipment throughout the year. Plans are being made to construct a shooting range behind the school. Also, the more experienced members are looking forward to competing in a tournament with the Buckskin Bowmen Club. linder the advisership of Mr. Cooley, the club has generated a great deal of interest through- L Q: out the school. A ' . f l , E P7 .l ' ' V "Z,,,,i. as W' " l .N I I- nan. 6-kg, .wrt ..dZ'1....' YK' tv R I .,.f v , I . gifts ff ...S ilfcdf' if ' ' 9 ALVT, V' i jiri ii.i K A U l ' f' 'K C My l C if. 4 a 1,5 A 1 " "And the band played on." 1 .f .1 Student Council members sold tickets at sports events. V A Cornell, here we come! Practice made pertect. ,...4-O 1 uw Sy! v Y . ,.,. X 5 5 ,an .r ,. -, - Z Z J' c 'I :s .. : H :r N ...V .- Anderson J Irl md ...4 rs Perry 45,5 we F.. S N1lllLT lhllomo o rv o lah IJ'1Nlx -id ffm .ang vs I Brldx L lrucllo Pzevzdfnf I :fe Prrfzdnzt .nn TQ- an XU77OllU I llffl Qgfypjgyy 7H1lYIIH'7 promoting spolrsmmshlp md pu f1LlpJ.f1OI1 m sports md dexelopms, lelders not only m school icrlxltxes m nmumtv hfe s we members ue Lhosen for schollstlc lf 1 etln, lm le u ers up 1111 Durmg the yelr, Bloek N1 h1s 1 husx sehedule INKILILIIHQ m ln 15,0 nt 51 qlmes, selling EI mms IIN ISNINYIHLI other ol nm IONS m w s, these xoxmg men xcqmre conhdence m themselves whleh xull prove vll me w lfevu rhu BLCCK f W4 Burtless Rutl Y Arrmr 1K Q A-'X f 'Why Bohn Ill .............. M., CVB R 'Nlxllpr .44-.4...s...+. ...- ..-,I Scheuerm m X xle mu f ff-b 15 ' e J e , ' Q 9 v C5 f.- , V V 1 .W Q , - -.f?, 3. A K M Y A , 1 ., , H W Q-eww ,4 ' X. Q 4 x gi A Rx , ,3 " Y' 1 . , , 1 ' , 4 Q , . 3 o , e WF W ,s M w,,,,,,,, , g g z 1' 1 1 X 5 , , . V5 ' A 0 5' mm J, A ..,..,,,,-,....,.,,, .,,e,,,,4 F K 1 MM- r V My . AON!!-K M 1 w 3, A MV T4-in-vm . A , L. 3 , .b f"M""'W"h""f """'1"" TQ 1 We -L s he 3 f . 'L Q M , ' W - f ' f'K Y 1 . . -K 59, 5 , A 3'3" , . N""" ,. . - S i .4 e We sl ,, . ' . . . ' gf' A ' lhls OI'giU1lZ1lfl0I1 IS devoted to gefw ' I A 'W I' . ., V . . I ., 5 E hut col ' 1 ' llj x' hll. The ' Q, . . . . 3 ' - 0 :ll ' 1 1 11131 zllty. 'W . ,.. e 2, . Q ' -v "' 1 ' ' .' if z K I 5 - ,N -- - IH- 3 f ' 5 ' 4. ' M - g X ' Q ' me :lt l 1 ll La ff 5 pro- Q V A A Q, L 'av 5, 1' i 1 5 N ' 'sax - v , f....... -..Wag - zur 5 :mv aw If Cam. Ihu: A ' V - - , ,,,,,, q,Me, A ,W v , Y if Y I 1 ' A ' . x 1 ' W ',W"'--"""4Y:,. ual I in hz ' -' 110. .me ...... ' - W., .mm el V E2 ff o ,- 1 - e ,A -, 5 - .e , ll . E ,W A M '14, 1 f- r x If ' 'I I K, I X... ,. , ,J -M-f-' W -- ., .V , W 1v.,,1,e,V,,.. ,T ,,,:?:E.-e . W., GQ IP Stachelhaus Mlss arung euden! Adviser Thxs year G A A , under the su pervlslon of MISS Ellzabeth Darl mg, completed lts tenth year at Mynderse, encouraglng sportsman shlp, responslblllty, team co opera t1on, actlve partlclpatlon and ln terest ln glrls sports New members were selected by the polnt system and 1n1t1ated early m the fall G A A attended varlous sports playdays ln area schools and held several at Mynderse The annual Sadle Hawkms dance was held on March 8th All mem bers enjoyed a plcmc m une GAA K 91 if af is -in W9 New hook mclxs near the mfeterlx 5 We Tmchers Cl1LClx the censu for 1ll resldent chlldrgn m the dlstrlct THIS FULL PAGE IS GIVEN WITH THE COMPLIMEN TS OE THE MEMBERS OE THE BOARD OE EDUCATIO f-iff. All high-school students were g ofEducation1l Dex elopment. 3 L , fe Ice hockey on the new rink. iven the Iowa Tests Auditorium murals done by Acanthus Club mem M.: 82 bers in memory of Henry G. Meacham. T 254 , Q , wf . Q 1- gl On the followmg pages are advertlsements purchased by many 1nd1v1duals and busmess concerns who show thelr mterest m us by supportmg our yearbook We appreclate thelr co operatlon whlch contrlbuted so Greatly to the 1957 Mynderszan 93 of COMPLIMEN rs GEB and SOUHAN C OMPLI MEN TS OF SENECI-I KNITTING MILLS C0 INC Congmtulatzom to the Clan of 1957 M y The Go d L ck That B ought Yo Th o gh T Gad aio Be Wth You Al uys KIRK CASEY POST NO 366 AMERICAN LEGION THE BAG WITH THE STARS flvg 'F4 For 37 Year! GEHCUN the Jtanffarrf 0 60mpar5z0n f' m Poullfy and lweflock eerfzng fl nr FEEDS 4 'I' I' THE BEACON IAILLIN6 COMPANY INC CAYUGA N Y YORK PA LAUREL DEL EASTPURT N Y 35 C 0 U I' U I"l.l o ruin i w I 1+ V " 4 -vi ... 4 , fi : f - ':f- :ln - at " 11-4 4 1 Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1957 GUARANTEED PARTS CO INC THE OCRAM CORP Route 20 SLNLL-X FXLLS N Y Automouve hlectrxcdl Parts lzlectro lNICChdI1lCdl AbbClllbllCS ,,,,.qnnnl"'f- maui 86 f . 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Cabinet for The Barn FRAN'S BEAUTE LOUNGE Your Beauty is My Business Prop.-Fran Robinson 435 BRIDGE STREET Phone 1143 SENECA FALLS FRED L HUNTINGTON INC Chrysler Plymouth International Trucks Complzments of SOUTHSIDE T V AND APPLIANCE COMPANY 67 Ovid Street Phone 11141 Emerson Motorola Hotpoint Appliances Aldo Giovannim Prop Compliments of GIOVANNINI 81 SONS General Constructzon Seneca Falls N Y Compliments of ANN DIDIO S DRESS SHOP Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1957 THOMAS .I FARRON AGENCY ANDREW L SIPOS Agent Compliments of STEWART S RESTAURANT 69 Fall Sireef x Seneca Falls New Yorln I C s Carl Tony Sammy and B111 Fomplzments of Phones 759 Sc 838 COOLEY S Compliments of Wallpaper .and Pamt Store JOHNS SERVICE STATION 34 Fall Street Ihone 226 XI Q THE STATE BANK SENECA FALLS N Y 120 Years of Banking Service 88 I S 'T ,L T , pf! bl,e , W M .. mmt-E -fl r l A A if YE3 t ' T lm -5 ll.. 'g e . A! OF SYLVANIA ELECTRIC PRODUCTS INC P SENECA FALLS MACHINE C0 Compliments of I TELEVISION PICTURE TUBE PLANT Com linzents of COIIIPIIITICHIS HARRIS HOME 81 AUTO SUPPLY SANDERSON S One Hunchcd T ssenty hxqht Ye1rs 1829 1957 C ommunlty SCFVICC MOREHOUSE BOAT MFG CO Lake Roxd bcnec 1 Falls N Y Custom Built Outboard and Inboard Boats K ompluc Bo mt Llvcry Balt Mmme .Supplzes and Stmage Lvmrudg Outbo 1rd Motols Complzments WESTCOTT RULE CO Incorporated ,JO of 1 . ', ,-" , I ol Q . . z,' ': ' ., .. Q xx Z ' A -A 1' 5' ' 2 Of I I Success Class of 1957 Lyle D Van Gorder Van Gorder Pharmacy Best Wlshes to the CLASS OF 1957 THE BULLOCK STUDIO 4 Complzments of QUINN PONTIAC INC Routes 5 and 20 Seneca Falls New York Telephone 172 Congratulatzons and Success The Class of 57 COUSIN 8. WOLF AGENCY INSURANCE Complnments of Anthonyj Caruso IGA FOODLINER Qualzty Meats and Grocerzes 50 E Bayard St Best Wrshes to the CLASS OF 1957 SENECA BOOT SHOP Home of Good Footwear . -A-...V x 'TQ fx 5 Q IA . , 'Y , . . I ' ' . 9 to . u QI CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to the '1957 GRADUATING CLASS MYNDERSE ACADEMY THE SENECA COUNTY TRUST COMPANY Seneca Falls, N Y MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM ...L Complzments of GOULDS PUMPS INC Seneca Falls N Y VVOrlds largest manufacturer of pumps excluslvely 92 I " I I 4 n ,JVHP1 ,fron 44151 of K ffl fly If ff I 4745! f f -I 'f , W, . 7,4 , ,ff E 1 " 3 lj, 1 , 'ff' I I ,f","x, f . ,uf fr . ,. H 0 0 X x"'f"' I XX X R .l.,4 ,N - -.. O i' ' ', . . , . Best Wishes SENECA BEAUTY GIFT SHOP 16 State Street Best Wlshes to the CLASS OF 1957 ROBERT J HOWLAND D D S Complxments of BASTIAN BROS CO 1600 Cllnton Ave N Rochester New York Best Wlshes to 57 Seneca Seann? Genhe 46 Fan st. Phone 1302 Approved Smger Dealer Complzments LOTZ S AUTO PARTS Mlddle Road Phone 678 JI Phone 1559 JI TllUK!Dl RSE THE ALPS RESTAURANT A Przde of the Commumty Arr Cond1t1oned 88 Fall St Seneca Falls N Y Rec by Duncan Hines Best Wishes Class of 1957 FINGER LAKES SPORTING GOODS M 11 Sc Add s ll 79 F 11 sr. Sen F 94 I onzplzments of ROYCE 8. ROSENKRANS In Insurance Complnnents of NOBLE DAIRY 1 OMPLIMENTS OF A Frlend Of The School Lunch Program Best Wlshes To The CLASS OF 1957 DITOTTO FLORIST Artlstxc .md Modern Flower Arrangrng Delwery Anywhere Best Wrshes To The Llass of 1957 THE ELECTRIC SHOP INC Bob P Lratknell Bob F Cracknell Bob Hayes Ray XVe1dner Best WlShCS ot Bob Burgess College Hzgh School or Young Men s Clothes s RONDINA FURNITURE C0 56 66 State St Auburn N Y Furniture Floor Covermg MARSHALLS CLOTHING Interzm Decoratmg Sewzce STORE GE Appliances l5l Genesee St Auburn N Y 9x , C. I Marg Cracknell AD MART F It' . I . , . 1 . . Chevrolet OlClSlTlObllC Cadnlldc SENECA MOTOR CO Clzppm Craft Clothes Manhattan Shuts SENECA CLOTHING COMPANY SENECA FALLS NEYV YORK McGregor Sportswear Samsomte Luggage Complzments CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Seneca Falls N Y Complz men ts MOUNT MILLER and SELD A 0 o Seneca Falls, N. Y. of , ' . Of I I Compliments DR ANGELO ROMEO Complzments of CRAYTON S DRUG STORE Complzments of THE CARIBOU Fme Foods Legal Beverages Phone 1294 49 Stevenson St Seneca Falls N soumze DEAL FURNITURE co 63 Fall Street 54 Genesee Street Seneca Falls Auburn Complzments of South Slde SANDWICH SHOP Compllments ROLFE MOTOR CO Acanthus Members Peg and Nancy Decorate Cafetena C'on1plznf'r1t9 1 SHERIDAN OIL COMPANY llzstrzlmlms of Atlamlf Petroleum Iroducts Complzments of SENECA PRESS PUBLISHING Co , Incorporated DISUHCIIVC Prmtmg and Hallmark Greetmg Ldrds , MEYER FLOWER SHOP I46 FALL STREET Sax lr Wztlz Flozmrs 81 Saw lt Wztlz Ours Phone 99I I 'I , . If O '33 . X , A, Compffrzrnfs of ' . ' sv ps lun: Jlznunls FRANK ZONA 81 SONS TAILORS CLEANERS PRESSERS I reetm 9 to l'arh and Fvery One of You HENRY WM KOCH Comphments of WILLIAM J MALONE, D D S JOHN A BRADY CENERAL INSURANCE 143 Fall Street Seneca Falls, N Y HADI.EY'S HARDWARE SYLVANIA TELEVISION FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES MAYTAG WASHING MACHINES 86 Fall Street Seneca Falls N. Y PHONE 12 'w x f - t, q x L. Compliments Of DR. MILD H. SAHLER Complzments FINE CLOTHING FOR WOMEN and CHILDREN Compliments of BEN NEAL BUICK INC IOO BROTAN'S Best Wzshes To The CL-X55 OF 1951 T0771. THE ODD FELLOWS SENECA FALLS WINONA REBEKAH LODGE 82 POWHATAN LODGE 310 SENECA JUNIOR LODGE 1 Outstanding Fushlons for the bride of 57 Our evperzenre and servzces are second lo none No Lxtra charge deslre an appomtment CLZQJZ 7 STATE STREET Ausunn n L BILST Ol LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 57 SENECA FALLS LODGE No 992 B. P. 0. ELKS IO! f , , . , Phone. Auburn 3-5?79 if you 0 0 3-5- O BUYING A DIAMOND? Then you should have the protecuon of to prove dxamond value Comphments SINICROPI S The only RED 81 WHITE FOOD STORE natlonwxde Permanent Congratulations Value Plan CLASS OF Trade mark Learn about It today 1957 h I-Ianulton Watc es Elgm 18 C ruen Wadsworth Croton Glrard Perregaux Robznztte fewelfjy Rumsey St Phone S00 phone 782 Seneca Falls A.. SOUHRN and SONS INC. Phone 1212 Congratulatlons THE LLASS OF 1957 W H BURNS DlSlflbuIOTS IOZ I I of I s ' , 7. Silverware . 1. - S . ' '- g 'E to I I l . . L-'I1'. J-fu 'lil'- S - . . ,. J -, I . fi.. .- , J .I l . . - ' s A Congratulations to the MEMBERS OF THE 1957 CLASS OF MYNDERSE ACADEMY THE SENECA EALLS SAVINGS BANK Home of Your School Scwmgs Comphments of PEONES SUNOCO SERVICE STATION Seneca Falls Routes 5 Sc 20 Phone 1251 Compllments of THE ROTARY CLUB I J Trucks or Treats m the Cafetena Best Washes to the GRADUATING CLASS KIWANIS CLUB 102 5 . 44" A ff "3 OF 1957 are 1 CHURCHILLS SHELL SERVICE Route 5 Z0 Senem Falls N Y Complcu Xulo Rcp urmg SHANNON S Outhttms ofM3fnde1se Men Best LVISLIGS to FHL CLASS Ol 1051 Best LVISLISS THE CLASS OF 1957 SENECA NOVELTY COMPANY INLORPORA1 LD xl1llllLlCLl1lCfS ol SENLO Br md Rulers .md Yardsucks Best XVISLICS FHE CLASS OF 1951 NOLAN'S SHOE STORE Oualzty Shoes at 'llodemfe Przces IO4 H I II I 1 - 1' ' - SHANNON'S CLOTHES SHOI to L0 Compllments of ROSE FRANCIS DRESS SHOP CONRAD SABATINI Dry Cleanmg and Taxlorlng Phone 275 J Lompllments of Edward Wlthers 8c Nate Potter Ji WILLIAMS 8. SON GlfLS Iewelry Slnce 1855 Seneca Falls N Y Compllments of FRANKLIN HOTEL Seneca Falls Comphments of E C GIUSTI AND SON Expert Watch and Clock Repair Compllments of VICTORIA RESTAURANT 51 Fall Street THE BONNETT SHOPPE Fzne Clothes for Fme Women 103 Fall Street Seneca Falls Compllments of TARR'S ICE CREAM Compllments of DORAN BROTHERS l Nlynderse St Phone 187 R VILLAGE GIFT SHOP Corner Fall and State St Seneca Falls N Y Come zn and Browse Around Colnplnnents of CAPITAL FINANCE CORP CANOGA HOTEL Chxcken on the Rough Cano a N Y Phone Fayette 8202 Seneca Falls N Y g Compliments Rooms rnozm roon CENTER STATE RESTAURANT 68 State St Seneca Falls Cayuga Street Forks E Y F913 l Loxnpllments CARL S KRONINGER INSURANCE DOROTHY S. KING REAL ESTATE Compllments of CALARCO'S PASTRY SHOP IO5 ' R n ' gli I l I ' ol.- ,ls-I I I Lf. 2 gyjfjj, 'F . . . P Ss, , . - A X SULLIVAN'S CIGAR STORE lg re 1' .f of s . 1 I A 'Haw-' , Q, . 968 The Bullocks Experts in Their F xx, W leld French Club Banquet Guests HARGO COLLISION INC 38 40 Fall St Coll1s1on Servlce Front Wheel Allgnments Phone 713 Harris Gen e Good SENECA FOOD MARKET Compliments of PETER M DORAN FURNITURE Funeral Director Complzments of THE PENNYSAVER Your Best Advertising Medium Compliments of Compliments of PEDULLA'S LIQUOR STORE SENECA FALLS REVEILLE 22 Bridge Street Seneca Falls, N. Y. 288-R IO Compliments of 0 The WORKlNGMAN'S STORE 53-55 Fall Sfreef Seneca Falls Work or School Clofhes for Boys and Young Men GAY 81 SON AGENCY Helen K. Reagan Bernice K. Burfless IN S U R A N C E Sfrand Tl'1ea'l're Building Seneca Falls. N. Y. Complzments of FRANKLIN FURNITURE C0 SENECA FALLS Complete Home Outfitters all St Phone 1398 Compliments ECONOMY SHOP QUALITY FURNITURE MASTEN SUPPLY CO FARM EQUIPMENT GENERAL ELECTRIC HOME APPLIANCES Phone 760 Kmgdom Bndge Best Wlshes To The Class of 1957 S PALMER CO Fuel Dealers Smce 1885 Coal and O11 107 O 107 F . S. . . ,X , 15,,.,w. Good Luck Class of 57 Margaret A Haas Beauty Shop 20 Tyler Avenue Compllments of THE WATERLOO GIFT SHOP Waterloo N Y Complzments of CAULKIN S TIRE SERVICE LORYS BEAUTY SHOP 18 Troy Street Senec Falls JERRY MANZARI Contractor Mason Wfork ZZ Halgh St Phone 0 DR F E DOWD CARNEVALE'S MEN SHOP CONNOLI.Y'S Womens and Chrldren s Apparel 61 Fall St Phone 212 I WM J BONARD Plumbmg and Heatlng Contractor Lake Rd R D No 2 Compllrnents of VARR'S ESSO Auburn Rd Seneca Falls Complzments of THORPE AMUSEMENTS COI11pllHlCIlI1S of VITETTA S Brndge Street LOITIPIIITICHIS of SCHINE STRAND THEATER LUCCHESI BROS AUTO CENTER Lrncoln Mercury Mobrl Products Waterloo Rd Seneca Falls Phone 1058 JULIANA Infants Sc Chlldrens Center Inc Tots to Teens 164 136 Genesee St Auburn N Complzments of JOSEPH CALARCO 64 Ov1d Street BYRNE FUNERAL HOME Cayuga Street WARD'S CANDY SHOP Ice Cream "Del1c1ously DIITCTCIIKII Candy "We Make It" LOIUIJIIIIICHIS of JENKINS LUMBER CO. Complzments of CANOGA DRIVE-IN The Heywood's SENECA PAINT CENTER 100 Fall St Phone 1088 Devoe Quallty Pamts Sc Wallpaper 108 C Y l. n W 4' Q' I , . . wa.. fy M 1 2, ,WP-I t 'H V Y I 5, 4 , V I - 3. ac ' c K , 165 n Q Q . n Y ' I I I - 4 . . . . . , . F Q . - 1 . , . 'T L . - . ,- .Y. E 1' A 1: 3' 255111 Compliments of PETE 84 FRANK'S RESTAURANT 23 Bridge St. Seneca Falls Compliments of SCARAMUZZINO'S BARBER SHOP Compliments of E. B. BISHOP 8. SON Canoga, N. Y. Compliments of ROMEO S RESTAURANT Compliments of M W Schulman Optometrist CAITO S MUSIC 8. GIFT SHOP Phonographs RHd10S Records jewelry Compliments of Howard Miller MILLER'S QUALITY MARKET A Market of Dzstmctton Compliments of Glanvnlle A Werner, Farmall Tractors 8: Implements PAUL S JEWELRY ll8 Fall Street Seneca Falls New York CLINE'S GARAGE Trinity Lane Phone 329 W Compliments of THATCHERS BLUE SUNOCO Lake Rd Nellie Santmello Prop Compllments SENECA FALLS DRY CLEANING CO Phone 246 Compliments of DeMATTIA S FRUIT STORE 352 W 119 Fall Street Compliments of A 84 D KIDDIE SHOP Compliments of SCOFIELD HARDWARE Fall Street Seneca Falls N Compliments of BRAINERD'S FINE FOODS Waterloo N Y WESTERN AUTO Sporting Goods and Car Parts Clyde M Defler Prop CURRY APPLIANCES Appliances and Repairs 143 Fall Street Phone 712 f'-'SK log W I , . . , . . 9 . ! F - T ' Inc. R , Y . . 1 ' 1 . . 1 . of s , . Y. I , . . 4: 9 -3 - j? X I "-'in' . , . W 1- I .4 V lg N., L NS 1 '93-Q..,4 a,,.l,..I,ffZa-A-. 0.24 bug q,a-mf.. West Fall Street 'f u Gas - Oil - Lubrication - Car ashing 1 Compliments of FOX LIQUOR STORE 59 Fall St. Seneca Falls Compliments of l.EO'S VARIETY Some of the '57s in hrst grade. 19 Bridge Sl- SCIICCH F3118 M. S. MATIERSON Compliments General Contractor and Builder of Seneca Falls, N. Y. LEE 8. JIM COLELLA Compliments of Compliments o E. B. KIBBEY MACHINE CC. R O B E R 1' E . H O R T 0 N Compliments of GEORGE I.. AYERS AND SON 38 Miller St. Compliments of "HARRY'S SMOKE SHOP" C-0II1PIiIT1CI1IS of Compliments MlNNlE'S BEAUTY SHOP of I2 Troy St. Phone DEER HEAD INN Compliments Compliments of of the nu-wAv ENGINEERING KINGDOM INN Compliments of MARY GIANNOTTl'S BEAUTY SALON Compliments of PINEHURST INN THE ARMITAGE 2TerraceRow M. Compliments of i I 3 it A a. P sursn MARKET x . mi? VI, L 'ii ' Compliments of Q Conkey's Texaco Station R -we-----W V-I ,.K..,,,. ., I' IIO Complzments CYRUS GARNSEY 3rd POST NO I323 Ladies Auxiliary an War Dads Home Furnishings from Moore's are a constant reliectlon of your good taste This book pr ntcd by VELVATONE a spccmal process of I tho graphxc pnntmg Sole producer Wm J Keller Inc Buffalo N Y III No other p nt ng firm ls authonzcd to use the Velvatonc method LT. . - d 5 , . L " 1 V Y i "lv 3 1' ' Q . 1 I sl, xfff I x X I 1 -.f , -Q iN 4, f lx if Y I l i , 5 X ak . 4 1 VX l 1 Now it is time for us to leave our alma mater which has served as the "center of our universe" for the past four years. We now-enter a new and larger universe i X where we will be called upon to use the knowledge and vw K experience gained here at Mynderse. 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