Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)

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Class of '60 MYNDERSE ACADEMY Seneca Falls, New York Presents the NDERSHA Volume XXXV NORMA CRONIN Editor IH Chief ROBERTA FISHER HELENE NICHOLS Business Manager MR JACK MORSE Lnterary Advlsor MR RAYMOND BECKER Fnnanclal Advlsor Assistant Editor I 6 That s The capntal of New Mexuco Ml' MOVFISOH COfI'6CfS tests N Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, Billy and Susan enioy home l'f . BILL MITCHELL MORRISON, A.B. Westchester State Teachers' College As we leave our alma mater, we, the class of l96O, pause for a moment to pay tribute to you, Mr. Bill Morrison, our faithful friend and teacher. Dedicating the 1960 Myndersian to you is only a small way of showing our gratitude for the help and un- derstanding you have given us. When the class of 1960 entered the halls of Mynderse as "pea green freshmen," you also entered for the first time. We have always considered you a member of our class and thus honor you with this dedication. DEDICATION page 2 ADMINISTRATION page 6 CLASSES page I8 ACADEMICS page 58 ACTIVITIES page 74 ATHLETICS page 92 - - .llfk - lil Y! ui 'A .1 L l 4 ii a 5 5 A . f W ,J 7 . 4 KN x..,f i.. t..-. R . 4 V 1 N1 -. QJ fN 5-. .. -. V V , 7v 5.. fN Lf f'N i. D1 1 ffxs Af1 The nine-member Board of Education meets regularly once a month, and in special meetings when necessary. They consider matters of finance, building, cur- riculum, and staff, and they set policy to which the administration of the school adheres. Participation in the activities of the New York State School Boards Asso- ciation and the Syracuse University School Boards Institute keeps Board members informed about current problems of schools and provides help in seeking solutions to these problems. Members of our Board of Education attend meetings of these two organizations. The average length of service of the present members of the Board of Educa- tion is IO years. The committee meetings, regular and special meetings, the annual district meetings, and travel to meetings outside the district requires each member to give an average of 80 hours per year in service to this community for which he receives no pay. Such unselfish public service is too often forgotten by people in the community. MR. FRANK KNIGHT Mr. Carl Shuster, Mr. Donald Kuney, Mr. Raymond Christopher, Mr. Leroy Garnsey, Mr. Willis Toner Mr Lawrence Parker, Dr. Angelo Romeo, Mr. Orville Yates tie l ARTHUR L BAKER Syracuse Unuverslty A B B M S THE TROJTANI HORSE UF TROY an epusode In Greek hrstory IS famous as one of the hlstorncal masterpieces of deceptnon a cuty defeated from wnthln As Americans we need to be ever mmdful of the dangers of deceptuon from wnthm our country and more Important from wxthln ourselves Let us not deceive ourselves into thmksng that the easy way out IS better than takmg the more dnfflcult way that expeduency as more lm portant than prnncuple or that maternal benetnts have greater Importance than moral and spnrntual values Very often long term goals are lost snght of un our deslre to obtam qunckly thmgs less valuable but closer at hand I hope you have learned to make nntellngent duscrrmnnatuons to make chonces based on moral prnncuples and to make sacrnfuces an order to attam worthwhule goals Your pathway to gradua tnon here at Mynderse has not been made easy for these very reasons Courage mtegruty and perslstence you wnll need un order to help you help Ameraca remain great rn a tenslon fnlled world We the faculty and admunlstratuon hope that what you have learned at Mynderse wall become the toundatuon of a good and useful lute We wnsh you well Slncerely Arthurl Baker Supernntendent of Schools . , , .., . .. se L , , 99 X R as 4 ' y , , , . I . . .- f , , , lllllfr l fQ...,Jf-i RAYMOND M RADTKE Buffalo State Teachers College Cornell Umverslfy B S M S CONGRATMLATHONS CLASS OF 601 Once again you have shown ongmallty m selectmg a most approprnate theme for your year book The ancnent theme as tnmely as you begun a new phase of your life Untnl now you have luved a comparatively sheltered lufe In which malor decisions have been made for you by your elders From now on more and more you wull be faced with makmg your own decnsnons as you pursue a full good llfe In a democracy Lessons from past cnvulnzatlon partncularly from Greece can help you thmk clearly and act wisely To Us In a democracy a most Important teaching of the Greeks was the worth of the mduvudual man Teachnng us that such men mold the destiny of nations as Perncles Homer and Huppocrates dld for the Greeks It ns our sincere wash that the mherltanoe of the past wnll and you In leadmg a successful and happy llfe nn a Golden Age of Ameruca Best wlshes Sincerely Raymond M Radtke Prmclpal f I l I I i 1 P 5 i l . l LA ease f I ' I I I Y X 9 l'l v l . I TUDAY WE REMEMBER ZEUS as the supreme god of mythology hrs symbol the thunderbolf has messenger Ins represented by the rambow Many people seek the end of the rambow wrthout realazmg that the path fo If IS a hard road to Travel not a modern super hughway to be covered nn a soft plush hugh powered car Only those succeed who spend fame rn careful and pamstaknng preparatnon You who are about to graduate are entermg upon the second phase of that preparatlon your further education or tramung for compefmon In a highly compehhve world Wall you make the most of It and reach the end of 1he rambow' Slnoerely Frank A Cooley Vnce Pnnclpal o o F 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 RQ W y N, ex W3 JULIA H O BRIEN To you Mass Julla OBrien the class of 1960 dedlcates thus page As a sensor advisor you have gurded many classes Through thesr fnnal year at Mynderse Your fauth In seniors and your unturlng effort have brought about many successful senior balls yearbooks and other class prolects ln addmon to the regular Engllsh sublect matter you have devoted much extra tlme and effort In preparing senuors for scholarshrp exams and college boards and thus aided many stu dents In wnnnung scholarships In appreciation for your many years of service we pay tribute to you l l l l l 1 n l f l l l l l l, 1: 3 lli , f 1 ll ll f CollegeofNew Rochelle,A.B. f l l l ll lr l x I . . , . I . . ENGLISH Mrs Shannon AB Mass O Brren A B Mrs Plummer A B Mrs Wrlson AB MA MATH EMATICS Mr Rhoades B S M A Mrs Thorpe A B Mr Wunfhrop B A M S HISTORY Mr Bullls BA MA Mrs Novak BA MlssSm1th AB MA Mrs Olnver A B Mr Morrison A B BUSINESS Mrs Smith B S M A Mr Becker BCS BS MS Mrs Spencer B S M A ARTS Mass UIIery B S Mr Stover B S Mrs. Fraser, B.A. Mr. Morse, B.S., M.S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mnss Larsen B S Mr Davis BS LANGUAGE ARTS Mrs Cafchpole AB Mrs Seld A B MA Mrs Rnce A B VOCATIONAL Mr Koska BS MEd Mrs Lee BS Mr Parks BS Davies BS Mr Brown BS SCIENCE Mr. Dickieson, B.A., M.A Mr. Pierce, B.S., M.A. Mr. Cooley, B.S., M.A. GUIDANCE Miss Compitello, A.B. Mr Rogers A B M A HEALTH Mrs Wycker School Nurse Mnss Pontius Dental Hygienist Dr Bove Doctor Dr Romeo Dentist Mrs Burtless Mrs McDonald Mrs Cooley Secretary Secretary Bookkeeper Hugh School Board of Education Board of Education CUSTODIANS AND MAINTENANCE Bonkowskn Brnand Prayne Smith BUS DRIVERS Marsh Chalker DeJohn Byrne Smith CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr Mrs Magrll Patterson Colavlto May Palamo Valentl l Q We ,fx f Q W 'TD SHSSV7 x 'X Q f 4g ' lvl ' e H. -J' N.. X OFFICERS W Burns Secretary D Wlthers Presudent R Campbell Treas urer H Nlchols Vlce President How we love the halls of Mynderse that surround us here today And we wall not forget though we be far far away As we sensors sang this tradltlonal song after class nrght we sand our unofflcnal goodbye to hugh school Four years seemed so long a time when we were freshmen Would we ever become exalted sensors? There was a great doubt In many mnnds whether we would ever become sophomores gt ADVISORS Muss Smnth Mr Davres Mass OBrlen Mrs Spencer Mr Becker uf '25 Y -X, X to r ,W Ali- f ll ll 5 r r 'l xl ll l .. ll - -X 4 LOIS MARILYNN ADAMI EVELYN HAZEL ALDRICH ROY LEWIS AMIDON CHARLES DUANE ANDERSON To know Lois is to like her. Our "Eve" has a friendly smile' "Killer" is behind .3 D0n'q Dig. Who is the collegiate one of for one and all. turb sign. our class, the connoisseur of Ivy League? None other than our Charlie Brown. 3 3 .591 GERALD RODNEY ANDERSON JOSEPH MARTIN ARKINS SHARON ELAINE ARMITAGE ROY HENRY ASHBAUGH Never a dull moment with Gerry There is mischief in those eyes. Meet our "Sherry," gay and 'Fats" has his feet firmly plant- around. merry. ed in the air. Our first year, we worked well together. In our freshman play, "Ten Per Cent Tommy," great stars were born. Even though this play missed winning the Frosh-Soph Play Tournament by only one point, we were not discouraged. Our dance in the spring, "Dreamers' Holiday," was a great success. Our social life started to iell. 2I f JOSEPH FRANCIS ASHLEY FRANCIS ANNA BARBIERI MARILYN RAE BARBIERI NANCY DELA BARBIERI Oh, why should life all labor Kindness is the sunshine in which First with a smile, first in de- worried. be? virtue grows. mand, first to lend a helping hand. ef' ROGER ALLEN BARDO Souped-up engine, hot rod cars that's our Bardo-first to Mars 22 f T.N.T.-trim, neat, terrific. 1 ie Z Q NANCY ANN BEATINI CLAIRE MARIE BELLOMO Sincerity has a charm of its own. ROLLAND HAINES BENTLEY "R, B." is seldom hurried, never - worried. The Frosh-Soph Picnic put everyone to work either boiling hot dogs or playing games. Unfortunately, we lost the matches to the sophomores. Then, on Moving Up Day, we sat in the sophomore seats. None could deny that we were growing up. Our sophomore year started with a bang-more homework! Since we were older, more was expected of us. "Danse Romantiquen had a Parisian theme. Mrs. Shannon's room was strewn every night with Eiffel Towers and drunken lamp posts left to dry. Again our dance was a money-maker. Our class treasury was a healthy shade of green. MARILYN KAY BLECK lt's nice to be natural, when you're so naturally nice. DONALD RICHARD BROWN Bell, bell, where is thy ring? is DONNA LEE BRACHT JOHN JOSEPH BRADY DOLORES ANN BRANCIFORTE Strawberry blonde, peaches and A rogue by any other name . . Petite, vivacious and sophisti- cream, cated. 2 E.. WILLIAM JOHN BROWN LINDA LEE BRUNSKILL SARAH HADLEY BUCHWALD A pupil of impulse. A pleasant smile, a winning way. Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, a source of ideas, and full of fun, too. 23 Our Play Tournament was called off because of snow, so we lost our chance for revenge on the incoming Freshmen. Ciilll SANDRA LEE BUCK GEORGE ALVIN BUNCE RICHARD FRANCIS BURLEW RICHARD GREGORY BURNS A trusted friend, a merry lass, A mischievous smile, a twinkle It is impossible to please all the For riches and rank, l do not with a friendly smile for all in his eye and a spirit to match, WOI'lCl- yearn. who pass. ROBERT THOMAS CAMPBELL ROSE MARIE CAPALDI CECELIA ROSE CARBONE THERESA ANN CARELLO My only books were women's A vibrant package tied with a A live wire never gets stepped Theresa rates an "A" for her looks and folly's all they've ribbon of glowing personality. on. personality. taught me, -45' id 7' MARY FRANCES CLARY JOHN WILMAR CLAY LEONARD GABRIEL COLAVITO GLENN WARREN CONLEY Silence is her partner, He is most powerful who has Lennie's smile and friendly "Hi" power over himself. to all have brought him count- less triencls. Unfortunately, we became the first class to lose all the games at both picnics. This was the first blow to our athletic record. 25 NORMA JEANNE CRONIN DONNA LOUISE CRULL LEO DAVID DALTON KENNETH JAMES DAVIS Capable, efficient, the power A merry heart maketh a cheerful Thinking is but an idle waste of "l do the very best I know how behind the yearbrook-friendly countenance. thought. -the very best I can." to all. JOANNE MARY Dc-:JOHN ANTHONY JOHN DELLEFAVE ANN MARIE DEL RUSSO PATRICIA ANN D'ERCOLE Laugh and the World laughs Why take life seriously, you'Il There's a bit of stardust in her Nothing is so popular as kind- with you. never get out alive. eyes. ness. Juniors-now we are upperclassmen. Did it go to our head? You bet! We had the last Junior Party in the fall. More money was earned. We have always been able to make money no matter what else has been said about us. 26 With the start of the second semester, we be- gan preparations for our Junior Jumbles. The moon-men came to earth, so we showed them around. They liked it here and made a hit with the girls, but had to leave when they got moon- struck. We were in our glory! ANTHONY RALPH ELAINE MARY MICHAEL JOHN EVANS VIRGINIA ELLEN FAUST DI DOMINECK DOMBROWSKI No one could calculate what this This Irish sugar and spice makes Try not to make life more com- Her Ioveliness I scarce did see, boy would do. our class twice as nice. plicafed than it is now. until she smiled at me. 'Q' MATTHEW FEOLA ROBERTA ANN FISHER EILEEN MARY FLOCK MARGARET MARY GAGE He makes friends as easily as Climb high, climb far, your goal She has a gracious manner. Even her quietness can't hide he bowls a strike. the sky, your aim a star. her pleasantness. 27 That was hardly finished when we started on the prom. This was no puny little dance. No horsing around, this was a PROM. "L'il Bit o' Heaven" was the very Irish name for our queen. On that night we were all a little nervous, like expectant fathers, hoping all would go well. It did! DONALD GARY GEE A man with a future. ,Am 1 RICHARD ALDO GIOVANNINI ROBERT JOSEPH GOOD World-be prepared! 4-ni Doing homework, he can't stand -but cars for him are really grand. . ft fill CHARLES RUBEN GRABBATIN I'm little and I'm wise. I'm terror for my size. QS? :QL Eg eww ii , MARGARET MARY HAMILL SHARON JEAN HAMILTON ROGER FRASER HARRIS JAMES EDWARD HART Friendliness and personality- Quiet and friendly- that's our Forward, not backward. A friend to all, abrupt to none an unbeatable combination. Sharon. 28 JOHN ALLEN HART JOHANNA CAROL HAYSSEN JOSEPH FRANCIS HEALY WILLIAM ERNEST HINE Not that I love study less, but Enioy life, every single minute Be cock-eyed, agree with the Don't let the quiet looks fool that I love fun more. of it. world. you-there's a devil underneath. KENNETH MONROE HOSTER PAUL DOUGLAS JACOBY CAROL ANN JOHNSON ROGER MERALD KIRKHART Our future Secretary of Agricul- A lion among ladies is a most The mildest manners and the Much learning doth make thee ture. dreadful thing. gentlest heart. mad. The senior class entertained us on Class Night with skits and satire. We retaliated or reciprocated with the Junior-Senior Party where we acted as hosts. Moving Up Day meant a lot to us this year. We moved to the coveted senior seats down in front. We had watched those seats from afar-now they were ours. 29 SUZANNE DELILAH KISSINGER BONNIE LYNN KOCH ENN KOTKAS JOAN MARY LAUDE A whiz in studies, activities and With impish glee, "Bridge, any- Olympics, here comes Enn! Sweet and charming, quite making friends. one?" alarming, MARY MARGARET LEONARD GRACE ANN MANGANARO DONNA MARIE MARSH WILLIAM FRANCIS MASTROLEO An effervescent personality A great ioker . . . always ready Everywhere she goes sunshine Never do today what you can and infectious laugh are Mary's for a laugh. follows her. put off until tomorrow. trademarks. On the first day of school, we walked through the senior doors without fear of some dire punishment. We were seniors! By Ball time, we weren't too "fazed" by it all. "Snowman's Frolic" was well done, even if we did blow all the fuses in half the gym. 30 - u 11 -Q Our senior play, Mother Was a Freshman, had an all-star cast and was an all-star perform- ance. We took our turn and entertained the iuniors at Class Night. Then we went to their party after- wards. JOSEPH KEVIN MCDERMOTT SUSAN WILMA MILES HENRY WARREN MILLER NANCY ANN MILNER Studies have no power to Susie does little kindnesses that Good looks, appealing person- Nance! formula - to Corral soothe the savage beast. most leave undone. ality-a royal figure indeed. friends and conquer calories. ' fs.- Q . so ,L 'in' I AMAA 'L I L .f k " v , . I' f JEAN ROBERTA MOREHOUSE ARLENE ROSE MORGANTI ELAINE MARY MORGANTI GILBERT PAUL MOULTON A faithful friend is better than Was there ever a saint with red A good reason why gentlemen "I would rather wear out than gold, hair? prefer blondes. rust out." 3I On Moving Up Day, we retrogressed to the was no going back. freshman seats. However, we knew that there SANDRA DAWN NAGELDINGER DONNA LEE NEAL HELENE FLORENCE NICHOLS GAYLE CATHERINE Always ready for a good time. Whatever she does, she does From a tiny spark, bursts a OTTEMILLER well. mighty flame. It is the tranquil who accom- at ANTHONY JOSEPH PARADISE It's so easy to be good-natured. plish much. PATRICIA ANN PARISH LUCY LAUREL PARKER ROBERT ANTHONY PERROTTO Silence is sgfengfh, Where there's life, there's Lucy. "Prez" always lends a helping hand when it's needed. CAROLE ANNE PEZZULO CAROL ANN REGAN BEVERLY JEAN REYNOLDS LENA MAUREEN ROMEO Full of fun, liked by all. Friends are made, not born. Has a cerfain way all her own. Cheerful, wholesome, friendly, Lena has our admiration. f-I!!! A-x JOAN ELIZABETH RUSSEL JOAN DOROTHY SAGER MARIANNE LOUISE SAME ELIZABETH ANN SHEWBROOKS A daughter of 1he gods, most A friend fo everyone. Always a laugh, never a frown, For her the weaiher is always divinely fair. it's hard fo keep our "Mer" fair. down. This was not an end but a beginning. 33 RUTH ANN SHUMWAY CHARLES DONALD SIEGFRIED ARLENE CELIA SIMONE A great deal is done quietly. While we live, let's live in clov- Life is too short to waste. er, 'cause when we're dead, we're dead all over. LINDA RUTH SIMSON A smile is worth a million dol- lars and costs nothing. 1 VITO JAMES SINICROPI MICHELE JEAN SLY CAMILLA ANN SPOSA Silence is more eloquent than "Chelley's" giggle will always be Better to be happy than wise, words. heard. Our remaining few days were short-crammed with study, exams, banquets, and frantic weekends. MARILYNN JEAN STEWART If smiles were miles, what grounds she'd cover. At Baccalaureate, we were solemn or maybe dazed. Some said, "Don't let it end," and others wanted graduation to hurry. No matter what we said graduation was so soon. ALEXANDER PETER STEWART ELMA MAY THAYER DAVID ALBERT THORPE ELIZABETH ANN TURKETT Silence and reserve suggest Ia- A loving heart is the beginning He looks like the quiet type, but As mischievous as the day is tent powers. of all knowledge. looks can be deceiving. long. GARY CHARLES WATROS ROBERT EUGENE WEBER RUSSEL MELVIL WHEELER Show me a point and I will I agree with no man's opinions. The days of our youth are fhe move the world. I have some of my own. days of our glory, DAVID LEON WITHERS JOHN HENRY YELLS SANDRA ANN ZONA "Nerve and determination" is I would be better if I could, but Beautiful' beaufiful brown eyeg his motto. it's awful lonesome being good. Our diplomas were symbols or rather milestones. Our years in high school are over. We have left our legacy here and have gone- onto higher goals. ROBERTA FISHER 'eo 36 LOIS MARILYNN ADAMI French Club 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Intramurals 2 3 4 Class Commutteesl 2 3 EVELYN HAZEL ALDRICH Class Committees 1 2 3 4 MICROPHONE 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 Vrce President 3 un lor Jumbles lntramurals1 2 3 4 ROY LEWIS AMIDON Wrestllng 1 Jumor Jumbles lntramurals1 2 3 4 Class Commrtteesl 2 3 4 CHARLES DUANE ANDERSON Class Treasurer 2 Track 1 Golf 2 3 4 Student Councul 3 Jumor Jumbles Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 GERALD RODNEY ANDERSON Stage Crew 1 2 Pro- yectnon Club 1 2 Jumor Jumbles Class Commuttees 1 2 3 4 lntramurals1 2 3 4 JOSEPH MARTIN ARKINS CTransfer from Greenwnch Conn I Class Commlttees 4 Intramurals 4 Class Commutteesl 2 3 4 Switchboard 3 4 Class Secretary 2 Gurls Glee Club 1 Jumor Jumbles ROY HENRY ASHBAUGH Band 1 2 3 Dance Band 2 3 4 Bowlmg I 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Class Commlttees4 JOSEPH FRANCIS ASHLEY Camera Club I 2 Varstty Chorrl 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Intramuralsl 2 3 4 FRANCES ANNA BARBIERI Intramurals 1 2 3 4 MICROPHONE3 4 FHA 2 3 FFA 2 Gurls Glee Club 1 2 3 Varsrty Cholr4 Jumor Jumbles MARILYN RAE BARBIERI Glrls Glee 2 3 Class Com mutteesl 2 3 4 Frosh Soph Play Tournament Prompt erl FHA 2 3 4 President 3 4 Art Club 3 Jumor Jumbles MICROPHONE 2 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 MYNDERSIAN NANCY DELA BARBIERI Grrls Glee Club 3 Intramurals 3 4 Swltchboard 3 Jumor Jumbles Class Commrttees 2 ROGER ALLEN BARDO Intramurals 3 4 Junior Jum bles Class CommIttees4 NANCY ANN BEATINI Jumor Red Cross 1 Student Councnl Alternate 2 Swutchboard 3 Llbrary Club 3 MICROPHONE 3 lntramurals1 2 3 4 Junior Jum bles Class Commnttees 1 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Court Senior Ball Court MYNDERSIAN CLAIRE MARIE BELLOMO Jumor Jumbles Class Com mtttees 1 2 3 4 Grrls Glee CIub1 Varsnty Choir 2 lntramurals1 2 3 4 Booster Clubl 2 Swntchboard 2 3 4 MYNDERSIAN ROLLAND HAINES BENTLEY Jumor Jumbles Class Commntteesl 2 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 MARILYN KAY BLECK FHA 1 2 Acanthus 1 2 Latm Club 1 2 Gurls Glee Club I Intramurals 1 2 Class Commnttees I 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles DONNA LEE BRACHT Gvrls Glee Club 1 Treasurer 1 Archery Club 1 2 Secretary 2 Latin Club 1 2 Treas urer 2 Jumor Jumbles Class Commttteesl 2 3 4 Labrary Club 2 Varsrty Chonr 2 GAA 2 3 4 Presrdent 4 lntramurals1 2 3 4 MYNDERSIAN JOHN JOSEPH BRADY Jumor Jumbles Class Com mattees1 2 3 4 Track1 Football 2 3 Basketball 1 2 lntramurals1 2 3 4 DOLORES ANN BRANCIFORTE Cheerleader 1 Jumor Red Cross 1 Acanthus 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 lntramurals1 2 3 4 MYNDER SIAN DONALD RICHARD BROWN FFA 1 2 3 4 Jun Jumbles Intramurals 3 4 Class Commlttees1 2 3 4 37 . 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' I I I I ' T ' f 1 1 1 , 1 I 1 I j 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 4 1 1 I 1 1 ' HELENE FLORENCE NICHOLS French Club I Student Councsl Nomsnatsng Conventson 2 3 Student Councsl 2 3 Alternate 4 MICROPHONE 3 4 Junsor Red Cross Alternate 2 Junsor Jumbles ltramurals I 2 3 4 Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Swstch board 3 4 Sensor Ball Court MYNDERSIAN GAYLE CATHERINE OTTEMILLER Junsor Jumbles Booster Club 2 Acanthus Club 4 Latsn Club 2 Archery Club 2 3 Frosh Soph Play Tournament Commsttee I Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 MYN DERSIAN Art Edstor ANTHONY JOSEPH PARADISE Intramurals 3 4 Class Commsttees2 3 JunsorJumbIes PATRICIA ANN PARISH FHA 4 Gsrls Glee Club Var ssty Chosr 3 Intramurals 3 4 Swstchboard 3 4 Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 MYNDERSIAN LUCY LAUREL PARKER Lsbrary Club 3 Junsor Red Cross Alternate 3 Gsrls Glee Club I Acanthus 2 Var Clubl 2 3 Secretary 3 Intramurals 3 4 Class Com msttees 3 4 Student Councsl Nomsnatsng Conventson 3 Wsg and Rouge 3 4 Pressdent 4 Dsrector Soph Play 4 Junsor Jumbles Sensor Play MYNDERSIAN ROBERT ANTHONY PERROTTO Band I 2 3 4 Foot ball I Dance Band 2 3 4 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 CAROL ANNE PEZZULO French Club I 2 3 G ls Glee Club I Class Commsttees 3 4 Junsor Jumbles Junsor Red Cross 4 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Booste Cub CAROL ANN REGAN lntramuralsl 3 4 Junsor um bles Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 BEVERLY JEAN REYNOLDS Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 LENA MAUREEN ROMEO Gsrls Glee Club 2 French Clubl lntramuralsl 2 3 4 MICROPHONE 2 3 Bus mess Manager 3 Junsor Jumbles Class Commsttees 42 I 2 3 4 Lsbrary Club 3 4 GAA4 FHA4 MYNDER SIAN JOAN ELIZABETH RUSSELL Gsrls Glee Club I Secre tary I Lsbrary Club 3 4 Vsce Pressdent 4 Acanthus 3 4 Boosters Club 2 Student Councsl Alternate 4 Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 Junsor Jumbles Sensor Play Junsor Prom Court Sensor Ball Court Intramurals JOAN DOROTHY SAGER Intramurals I 2 3 4 Arch ery Club 2 3 Booster Club I 2 Swstchboard 3 4 Class Commsttees 2 3 4 JunsorJumbles MARIANNE LOUISE SAME Class Commsttees I 2 3 4 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 French Club 3 4 Junsor Red Cross 4 Junsor Prom Court Sensor Play ELIZABETH ANN SHEWBROOKE Gsrls Glee Club I Frosh Soph Play Tournament I Varssty Chorus 2 Wsg and Rouge 2 Junsor Jumbles MICROPHONE 3 Ls brary Club 3 Class Commsttees MYNDERSIAN RUTH ANN SHUMWAY Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Junsor Jumbles Class Commstteesl 2 3 4 CHARLES DONALD SIEGFRIED Band I Junsor Jum bles IntramuraIsI 2 3 4 Class Commsttees ARLENE CELIA SIMONE Swstchboard 3 4 Frosh Soph Play Tournament Prompter I Student Councsl 4 un sor Prom Court Cstszenshsp Conference 3 Class Com msttees I 2 3 4 Co-chasrman Junsor Jumbles Intra muralsl 2 3 4 Junsor Class Secretary MYNDERSIAN LINDA RUTH SIMSON Acanthus Club I 2 3 4 Cheersngl 2 3 Manager4 French Club3 4 Junsor Jumbles Class CommstteesI 2 3 4 GAA 3 4 Sec retary 4 Student Councsl 2 Alternate I Intramurals I 2 3 4 Junsor Prom Court VITO JAMES SINICROPI Basketball I Class Commst tees I 2 3 4 Junsor Red Cross 3 Student Councsl I French Club I 2 3 4 Msnsster of Programs I tramuralsl 2 3 4 - I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I ' 1 I - 1 1 I 1 I I I n I I I I 1 u I I 1 1 1 I I ' ' , j I 5 . 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I I ' 1 1 1 1 , A , ' . . 1 1 1 I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 I' , I 1 1 1 I I - 1 1 1 I J ' - 1 1 1 I 5 , , , . 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 ' I 1 I ' 1 1 1 I I I ' I ' I I I ' - I - '-T 1 I I I I I Q , , , 7 1 1 ' I 1 1 1 I I VI' I f 1 1 I ' MICHELE JEAN SLY Glrls Glee Club I Varslty Chorus 2 3 4 Intramurals 2 3 4 Latrn Club I 2 Fren h Club 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Class Commmees I 2 3 4 Booster Club I CAMILLA ANN SPOSA Intramurals I 2 3 4 Junior Jumbles Class Commlttee 3 MARILYNN JEAN STEWART Jumor Red Cross I 2 4 Vnce President 4 Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 MICRO PHONE 3 4 Jumor Prom Court Semor Ball Court Intramuralsl 2 3 4 JumorJumbles MYNDERSIAN ALEXANDER PETER STEWART Class Committees 2 3 4 Tennns3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 ELMA MAY THAYER Intramurals I 2 3 4 Jun or Jumbles Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 DAVID ALBERT THORPE Class Commnrtees I 2 3 4 alsl 2 3 4 JumorJumbles ELIZABETH ANN TURKETT Intramurals I 2 3 4 Booster Club I 2 Archery Club 3 Switchboard 3 4 Student Council Receptlonlst 4 Jumor Jumbles Class Commrtteesl 2 3 4 HUBBARD RUSSEL TUTHILL Track I 2 Intramurals I 2 3 4 JumorJumbles Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 JUDITH MARY VERGAMINI Class Commlttees I 2 3 4 IntramuralsI 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Swutchboard ELIZABETH KATHLEEN WALLACE Glrls Glee Club I Lubrary Club I 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Latm Club 2 Class Commlttees I 2 3 4 MICROPHONE 2 3 4 News Edltor 3 Co-Editor rnCh1ef 4 Wug and Rouge 3 4 Frosh Soph Play Tournament I Jumor Jumbles FHA I Student Councul Alternate 2 Dlrector of Sopho- more Play ESSPA Conference 3 4 Sensor Play Booster Club I 2 French Club 3 Unuted Nations Trap 3 MYN DERSIAN HENRY WARD Prolectlon Club I 2 3 4 President 3 Science Club 2 French Club I 3 Lab Assustants 2 3 Jumor Jumbles Frosh Soph Play Tournament Commlt tee I Wag and Rouge 3 4 Intramurals 3 4 Class Commnttee 3 GARY CHARLES WATROS Frosh Soph Play Tourna ment I Drrector Soph Play 4 Class Commlttees I 2 3 4 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 Co-chalrman Jumor Jum bles Jumor Klwaman 4 MICROPHONE 3 4 News Edu tor 4 Wug and Rouge 3 4 Treasurer 4 Latm Club I 2 Vnce Presrdent 2 Science Club 2 3 Lab Assistants 4 Manllus Math Tournament 2 3 Crtlzenshlp Confer ence 3 4 Student Council I Tennis 3 4 Sensor Play ROBERT EUGENE WEBER Class Committees I 2 3 4 MICROPHONE 2 Science Club I Latin Club 2 Jumor Red Cross 3 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Junuor Jumbles RUSSELL MELVIL WHELLER JR Bandl 2 3 4 Varsnty Chorus 2 Football 2 3 Track 2 3 4 Wrestling I 2 3 4 Class Commltteesl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Jumor Red Cross 4 Block M 3 4 Boys State DAVID LEON WITHERS-Semor Class Presndent Student Council 4 Alternate I Nommatmg Conventnon 2 3 Class Commutteesl 2 3 4 Bandl 2 3 Quartermas ter 2 3 Dance Band I 2 3 Musrc Theory I 2 3 In amuralsl 2 3 4 Footballl 2 Tennusl 2 3 Varsity Chorus 2 Jumor Red Cross 3 Vlce Presudent 3 JOHN HENRY YELLS-Class Commrttees 3 4 Track I Intramuralsl 2 3 4 JumorJumbles SANDRA ANN ZONA Le Cercle Francans I Malorettes 2 3 4 Jumor Jumbles Swntchboard 3 4 Class Com mltteesl 2 3 4 Intramurals2 3 4 43 I I 4 I 1 0 I ' ' 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I C 1 I I I ' 1 I I 1 1 1 - I . . '- 1 I I 1 I I '- 1 I I 1 I I I I I P I 1 ' . , I - I 1 I 1 1 1 1 "' 1 I 1 I I I I I ' 1 I I I 1 1 1 I I ' . . I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I ' I . . . . .- I I I I ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 ' , I I I I I 5 I I I I T 1 I I 1 I 1 " 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I ' - 1 1 1 I I I I - l ' ' I I I 1 1 I I Football I, 2g Basketball I, 25 Baseball 2, 35 Intramur- Student Council Pfesidem 4, Track 2, 3, 4, 1 I 1 I ' 1 '- 1 1 1 I " I 1 1 I . . . ' l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .I I G , I , I I I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I . ' . . ' ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - .. - I 1 1 1 , ' U ' . ' . ' ' I 1 I I 7 ' I I I I ' . 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' I I 1 1 I 1 1 I fr I I I I I I I I I '- 1 1 1 I ' ' I 1 1 1 I I 3, 4. 1 I I 1 1 1 I - . , . 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' I 1 I I I ' I I ' ' I I 1 I ' 2 I QI I 1 I I I 1 1 . Ee sh! li, 44 U "5 M x-1 Q7 wr .M-l J . 1-' LUCK FPO Vx lmriw Marnlyn Roberta Arlene .Joan Joey SECOND ROW Eianne Helen Queen Vurgmxa Lady mWan1nc1 Na cy S FVFPCT 1 f ece ea Q ,fd " lx ' 1, X rv, V- ., gf . 1 -' :rf X, . s, I -5 K 6 " Y' Q 6 Q -,A ' :K R My A , .. N. yy. A' ' 'A .K ', 4 , an h r-3 9' 4 V L 1' ' - - 4 ' ' - Q f ' ' 5 . A s ' K , F5 1 '-5 - X, lg X is-1 K fha ' e N 'r-: J 'M-. 5 A 5 fxfxx J i ' . 1 5 V gf - 4, sl 1 fm C'-'T A K V , ' Q - 'I v... Q A D , Q - P Q JI L ' ' 4 1, Y 1. V A 5' Q - 4 M, 1 Y. lm, ' 1, ' , ' , , , , 2 ' , , ' ", -'- 'ik X' fl wh . F2f'.'.' MV far rw f I' . if ' V g 1 M 'A 5 z A Y ' 1 ll OFFICERS D Nlcandru Secretary M Fraser Presodent P Capaccl Vlce Presudent K Meyers Treasurer Q5 Only yesterday we were dreamnng of the day when wed be lunlors at Mynderse Who could blame us? The lunlor year IS always one of excitement fun study and school spnrnt Here dreams became realntles as we entered whole heartedly into school lnfe Many of our boys made the varsnty teams and all of us cheered them on and on We golned new clubs and actnvrtnes and remanned loyal to others We even con sidered the rdea of studying such thnngs as English vocabularnes the Constntu tnonal Convention equatnons and shorthand transcrlptnonl The tradltnonal Junior Jumbles thus year proved to be a delnghtful and hllaruous talent show exhnbmng us at our most polnshed spectacular best 'P' 'fra jf K4 R ADVISORS Mr Dlckleson Wmthrop Mrs Oluver Mr Parks Mrs 41 tl, Plummer F : ' -'K F .L V: . A -5, . I I ' , . I - I I ' I I ' '-:xc "r iz X - 4 x fr ff' 6 4 1 4 y ' X ' z . ' ' , Mr. ' , , ' , . , .1 ' - 4 -xl P l N ' 5 WA' 'qi link ' 5-ll ' ,"'I'f1 ll at I 2 ,. E ,,,, , ly k? . 7 ,L I ,bg i ,rain I 4 B Y ? 1 , n . F 5 X ' 1 v 4, ,A E y l. 'Q ' F fl I I A ' 3 .Y-,Q y 'r s ' , .. ,, Y "' M, ,,., 4...,... if-3 3? .sz 3 15 el new V . ' v S, . fi 5 I V 1 2 Q 3 1, i ,L Q 5 mv J Annu, M 1 R . M P , Q an ,w,, , Q 2 , f mia F ww 'C O ' 3 K- ADVISORS Mrs I Thorpe IQEV' ' ia:-Q OFFICERS C Buchwald President P Same Vnce Presndent E Brennen Treasurer R Carbone Secretary Now that the breaknng IH period as over we sophomores are well on our way up the scholastlc ladder at Mynderse We showed wisdom IH selectlng our class ottlcers Junnor Red Cross and Student Councul representatlves all of whom have served us well We eagerly partnclpated rn Intramurals and sports The turnout of our boys for football basketball wrestlang and other athletuc actlvltxes demonstrated thenr MA spnrut Sorne of our gurls cheered them on as Junior Varsity cheerleaders whsle the others crowded the bleachers and yelled themselves hoarse lson Mrs Smith Mrs Shannon Mr Bullns Mrs X. ffl ,,.-v4 ing ' Qin 49 , X I : . W' , . ' , . , . ', . VH l - fa l A lf ' s c- .ff -fr . ' N ,N V 4 AJ' . x 'f ' '23 WIKI., 'QQ' , :gf , 1? ,l W Ah .o ' Q f ,A ' Qh 41 f ur 1 , arm Q mi me 'I A5 v Q el af :uf Leia' AL , '2 gf Q17 ...fl 9 1 E' 'Q 5 Ei 5' Q 1 'wr 1 My 5. x e Q gffbs-J n .naw ,X Wg! " M9 f my iaqfw Ei -tm hs iii' E ,, X ? Y f1 'a X Mx U f .' im fskj-J . ,V W M vw, 5.4 +A,1L,,,m,,' . , - Q- , . 'Q "' 'I ,g , 54 Q, 1,9 2 Y,-- 4 ,A I v Q G E' vga .di M if MM' . 5 43 -... , S --x nu ' 5 at .5 J Q if ' ,Q fr In Q ' Q2 ' -- 51 'Q ' 'Y l lifl l 1' l q-ali L pr. 5 A, Q . r l OFFICERS L Turrl Secretary N Barb: Presndent J Masten Vnce Presudent R Scnbona Treasurer It seems only a few weeks ago that we Freshmen fnrst entered hugh school lute Anxuous as we were to become a part of Nlynderse we felt perhaps slightly unnmportant at fvrst However we qunckly adlusted and settled down to another year s educatuon First on the agenda were elections We made excellent chouces nn selectnng class offucers and Student Council and Red Cross representatuves We then began partnclpatnng nn varnous actnvntnes and clubs and supported our school sports X ADVISORS Mrs Novak Mr Prerce Mrs sela Mr Morrnson Mrss Larsen 'FTW ,R K - gf 1 - Ou' . X x . x 1 ' ' ' A 3 f ' R 4 f t d I, 3, , 'ii 1 ,! D ,115 'Nfzgg af, 5 ,xg v if 'veal 1, Q. ' 1. ff W ' . y Q qw: if ig' ,5 14 ' 'Eff' Gyms , E355 ,train M 31 rw ' , Q iff W . .1 ,!kv,N,' A - o A flu ...,.,i 3' LAST ROW: Barbieri, Cordner R., Barton, Rogers, Ferrara, Bellomo B., Moylan P., Burns. THIRD ROW: Smith H., Flock, Ricci, Barbi, Paradise, Stapleton, Ritter, SECOND ROW: Pontious, Oldfield, Mundt, Dorling T., O'ConneII, Durling D, FIRST ROW: Soper, Cronin Smi1hgalI,Scibona, Bruno, Ferrara J., Albano. Our activities were completed vvith the traditional Frosh-Soph picnic at the lake. Needless to say, everyone enioyecl this fun-tilled occasion. It vvas certainly a memorable year tor the Freshmen, but vve are looking tor- vvarcl to even more tun and excitement in the second ot our high school years. Carole Hubman, Class ot '63 LAST ROW: Sly, Crough, Clark, Carroll, Chase, Eno B., Eno P., Reynolds, Dalton, Ferrara M., Simson. THIRD ROW: Comstock Robinette, Platten, Caulkins, Simolo, Bevins, Avery, Pitts. SECOND ROW: Sorrentino, Ritter, Bellomo, Agnello, Freedline, Bur Ievv, Anderson R., Anderson J., Davies, FIRST ROW: De Pasquale, Didona, Santaniello, Duquette, Gates, Cornpson, Forione, Sara cino, Bragg, Bonard, 45. llllll M- ,fm Study study study' Block M polices the floor. Q... And now what quahflcafuons do you have? Le Penseur lli HF lL, L rr ia: U UD Les and Laurie learn a lesson. "Sign my egg?" Now, come on, you can't all have the ring, AG' 3 "ls this a dagger which I see before me?" Student life holds many memories for under- classmen as well as upperclassmen. Just look at Les and Laurie. One thought was running through their mindseul can't wait until l am a senior." Heiti gets his ring. Qin 1, 5 Homework, ugh! "Get off my From paiarrma parTies To banquets everybody has fun and enjoys The MU51'dofhafhi5fQfy, lighter side of school life. There are Smiles "Go right back to study hall!" EMIIDLILS' JL 'wil I II Hal I "aiu -1 ' 1, , Ti.'..I"'Sf J .- AJ ' eww - - ' Nalin- gm., v fp'-5, :L C . V 74. ' is ' , 4.24 , f r , V , r , lf-Qf"l f 'SH y -. in M Lois makes plans for college. The guidance department of Mynderse is headed by Miss Compitello and Mr. Rogers. This department offers assistance to the students of our school. Miss Compitello, as Dean of Girls, guides girls along the path of maturity. Mr. Rogers helps young people decide what colleges are best suited for the individual or helps find employment for those not going to college. Miss Compitello helps girls with problems from boys to choice of colleges. She has had much experience in this work and always has a logical answer to our problems. Mr. Rogers has information available on colleges, college boards, scholarships, employment and types of subiects available at Mynderse. And how would you like to mine coal in Siberia? Eve and Joanle Consul' Miss Compllello l lc, X. And when you press THIS button lll,llSlHl lilNl U' NI "At this point, Macbeth turned into a bloody butcher." The study of our English language plays an important part in every student's life for each of his four years at Mynderse. Sentence structure, punctuation, silent read- ing, vocabulary, and spelling comprise the grammar course included in this required study. Short stories of travel history, travel and sci- ence are among the literature read by freshmen. Upperclassmen read essays, plays, English ancl American novels, poems and biographies. "Friends, Romans, Countrymen-" Juniors record plays Creative writing is stimulated by regularly as- signed themes. Research papers encourage the use of library materials including newspapers, maga- zines, pamphlets and reference books. Juniors and seniors, in cooperation with the history department, write term papers designed to improve their use of references which will be valuable to them in col- lege. An opportunity for a basic knowledge of every phase of English is offered at Mynderse. "Water, water, everywhere-" "We, the people of the United States-" World history, the study of other nations' history and growth, is a sophomore subiect. Juniors and seniors study our own country from the days of col- onization to our present domestic and foreign pol- icies. Discussions, movies, and "The American Observ- er" aid students in their studies of the past, present, and the future. What is drought? "Hand in your homework and take out a sheet of paper for this test." History repeats itself, therefore it is neces- sary that we study it. By doing this, we will be better able to solve the problems of the present and future. Mynderse Academy requires four years ot social studies, giving the students an excellent background in this subiect. Freshmen learn the basic geography of our nation and the world in citizenship education. Give the four steps to the fall of Rome. ff 4 fs XJ fs A ,.. R ff 4 X . . ri ,-4 XJ ,i. 63 SCHE CE " ........- "Physics is easy! You iust have to learn your funda mental." Mr. Cooley gives a test. Science is the study of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws. The purpose of this study is to teach students to think intelligently and logically through the use of facts. Two years ot science are required at Mynderse. Chemistry and physics are elective courses available to those students interested in pursuing further knowl- edge. All science students work on special proiects for the Science Fair usually held in February. Science has become a more important subiect since the Russian achievements in space. Our science department has expanded to meet the challenge. "lt's. like this." ."rv..-1. ,. 9 .ml .M VW ,f . . fg "' 3'3- fav - Y f 174, rank? - . . g flexing,-I ,' ,wisp ,. , , . W ,A :pw . f '-fg:1gfQg,,,y .1441 X ,gfpuki A 'fggmm Q N- X -, , M ,, ,...n- W S .v . .M-,fi 5 4. 'W ' 3 Q pfmw 454, ' fif QA fffwgmw M Qff1,g,g.1:' , , fx M464 V: 1 'lzmfzf-,y . iff 'N , , gxw, V 7f?'x?' H., f m. , ww 1 - 2 , ' 1' , V .. ,Q W il.. , I 24 2 W , , ff 'f f 2'ff'?1-. wha? 1 ' " -J 66 ,gpumlm Joey and Marg stage a puppet show Parlez vous francais The study of foreign languages is a very important part of our academic life By studying languages we Q increase our English vocabulary and world understand ing Mynderse offers two foreign languages Latin and French Learning their Latin. A new aid has been introduced to the French class- es. We are one of the few schools in the state that have a tape recorder and earphones in a laboratory. French students now sport authentic French accents. The study of languages is made more entertaining by the use of skits, puppet shows, dancing, and sing- ing songs. My art is my life. The Fine Arts courses at Mynderse are designed to deepen appreciation and develop skills in art and music. Under the direction of Mr. Morse, the aims of the art department are to de- velop a better knowledge and appreciation of art, to improve standards of good taste, to provide opportunities for expression, to discover and encourage the de- velopment of talent and finally to give an appreciation of art in daily living. Basic art includes drawing, painting, design, crafts, and sculpture. After com- pleting this first course students choose their own proiects such as interior design, fashion design, jewelry, crafts, drawing, and painting. Music, the art of sound, adds enjoyment to our school life. Vocal music, in- structed by Mrs. Fraser and Miss Ullery, strives to give students a fuller enioy- ment of all kinds of music. Fundamentals are taught and opportunities for expression are given in in- strumental music. Mr. Stover strives to help students broaden their education while entertaining themselves. Say, that's not bad! ll DUSTRTAL ARTS AGRTCULTURE ff. lfg Q , 1 ir it 'Q i . -9 .41 ' "Remember this when you come to build your first bridge." l s "Then you make the board 6 inches wide." Industrial Arts, the study of the materials, tools, processes, jobs and human problems of in- dustry, provide a means by which the student may develop skills, initiative and self-expression. Under the supervision of Mr. Davies and Mr. Brown, many of our high school boys learn the processes and skills they will later use in industry. Mr. Brown replaced Mr. Parks as industrial arts teacher in January when Mr. Parks became a member of theJUnior High faculty. Among the-various fields covered in this course are graphic arts, general woodworking, gen- eral metalwork, electricity and ceramics. Agriculture, taught by Nlr. Koska, includes a wide variety of topics. The student learns the ba- sic tundamentals ot parliamentary procedure and farming. ln the shop, the student gains experience in working with various farm implements. He learns to build apparatus which can be used on the farm and in the home. lt is the purpose ot the agriculture classes to develop well-rounded boys who have had a strong background in agriculture and in many areas that contribute to farm life. "No, black cows give WHITE milk." ,Mia-M" A rP'n Y .,. -N "What's cooking?" Homemaking is one of the most practical and diversified courses offered at Mynderse. Girls enrolled in these classes are provided with a knowledge of home care and family living. First se- mester Homemaking I girls study foods and nutrition. Personal, social and emotional adiustment and home emergencies were their second semester topics. Courses in beginning and advanced sewing, child care, family living and advanced cooking were among the fields covered in different classes. ln Driver Education, students gain experience at the wheel in addition to classroom instruction, They learn to accept the responsibility of the driver to the community and their parents, to respect the lives of others, and to realize that it is a privilege, not a right, to drive. Blue cards are awarded to those who prove themselves capable of handling the responsibility and technique of driving. "Careful, Donna!" 4 I .4- UH fill 'UNHBHV lXlU1ll..ll.,Ytf'13tUlCllfEll Elliillfklltsllfll fDffHfSlLffXl, fElDllLffaTTllDFQ HEALTH Now spike ltl Jump higher! Under the direction of Miss Margaret Larsen and Coach George Davis, the physical education department has set up an extensive intramural program. In accordance with a State Education De- partment regulation, Myndersians must have three intramurals each school year. ln our gym classes, three times each week, we learn the principle of different sports. Fall sports consist of hockey and soccer. Basketball, volleyball, and tumbling provide the winter activi- ties, while tennis, archery, badminton, baseball and track complete the spring list of sports. The boys engage in the same activities as the girls except that they add football and ring hockey to their program. During the 1959-1960 school year, Mynderse has enioyed an efficiently run physical education department. The health department at Mynderse Academy is equipped to handle almost any minor catas- trophe from headaches to fingers caught in lockers. Once a year every student has his ears, eyes, and teeth checked by Mrs. Wycker and Miss Pontius and a physical examination by Dr. Bove. Vaccinations and Salk polio shots were offered this year to the students of the entire school system. Testing-one, two, three . . . 'gl' Ji Yes, Buz, you too can type. l wonder what all these marks mean? The Mynderse Business Department provides excellent preparation for students wishing to seek future employment in the commercial world. A basic foundation is obtained in the introduction to business courses, while accountant training is received in busi.ness arithmetic and bookkeeping. Typing and shorthand also help prepare the student. The students learn the legal aspects of the business world in business law, while senior office practice and secretarial practice acquaint students with duplicating end calculating machines along with other clerical work. The students at Mynderse Academy have much to be thankful for, an excellent business course is offered to all. I 1 ,Q . " xx N I I l I Who wouldn't like a secretary like these. lyk! X, zM'l Qi'-il it 'ii'f1.+2 S 'lt l SS'EllNllSfl14Hl Arlene Simone, Suzanne Kissinger, Donna . A 1 , l Peter Stewart, Sarah Buchwald, Ro Bracht, Margaret Hamill befla Flshef, Ma"llYn Bleclf S as Y 1 Valedictorian-DON NA NEAL Salutatorian-GARY WATROS Congratulations to the honor students of the class of l96O. Donna Neal, val- edictorian, with an average of 95.32, and Gary Watros, salutatorian, with an aver- age of 95.03, head the class. Roberta Fisher, Peter Stewart, Marilyn Bleck, Sarah Buchwald, Suzanne Kissinger, Margaret Hamill, Arlene Simone and Donna Bracht comprise the rest ofthe honor students with averages all above 90. Out of the twenty New York State Regents Scholarships given in the county, Mynderse students won twelve of them. The winners are Roberta Fisher, Gerald Anderson, John Clay, Kenneth Davis, Margaret Hamill, Suzanne Kissinger, William Mastroleo, Henry Miller, Donna Neal, Peter Stewart, Gary Watros, and John Yells. Roberta also won the Cornell Scholarship and had the highest score in Ontario, Seneca and Wayne Counties. Joan Russel and Elizabeth Wallace won Seneca County Nursing Scholarships. Donna Marsh is the alternate. These Scholarships total approximately S40,000. paUI recelves the PBA award Roberta receives somethmg negotuable 1957 1958 1959 1960 Hughest Htghest Hrghest Highest Hrghest Hrghest Hrghest Htghest Hrghest Hrghest Highest Hughest Htghest Hrghest Hrghest average average average average average average average average average average average average average average average nrnth grade scuence nrnth grade socral studres Latrn I mnth grade Engltsh tenth grade Englrsh World History Latm ll French I Plane Geometry Brology English lll Intermedrate Algebra Math ll Mechamcal Drawnng Ill French I Outstandrng Drummer Most Improved American History I Hlghest average Chemtstry Crtnzenshlp Conference Peterson award DAR Good Cttuzen award Hrghest average French Ill Schlasser award Seneca County Farmer M R Sanderson award P B A award Elmtra Key Drrver of the Year Mertt Awards Emplre Girls State U N trrp Jr Rotarzans Jr Knwanaans Em pure Boys State Albany trap Bausch and Lomb award Betty Crocker award All State Football Squad Cntrzenshrp Conference - . . . . I . . I . . . I . . I . . Donna Neal . . , ' . , Gary Watros Donna Nea Donna Nea Donna Nea Donna Nea Roberta Fisher Donna Neal Donna Neal Sarah Buchwald Donna Neal Peter Stewart Enn Kotkas Donna Neal Roberta Frsher Marxlyn Bleck Donna Neal Enn Kotkas Roberta Frsher Donald Gee Roger Harris Kenneth Hoster Grace Manganaro Peter Stewart Roberta Fisher Paul Jacoby Arlene Srmone Gary Watros Suzanne Klssmger Margaret Hamtll Carol Pezzulo Suzanne Kvssrnger Kenneth Hoster Cecelta Carbone Paul Jacoby Margaret Hamlll Peter Stewart Roberta Fisher Susan Miles Donna Neal Suzanne Klssmger Peter Stewart Gary Watros Margaret Hamrll Elnzabeth Wallace John Clay Paul Jacoby Lawrence Cammus Donald Gee Roger Harrrs Gary Watros Robert Campbell Kenneth Davrs Paul Jacoby Henry Muller Gary Watros Russel Wheeler John Clay Paul Jacoby Donna Neal Suzanne Krssrnger Paul Jacoby Roberta Fasher Margaret Hamrll Paul Jacoby Gary Watros O ffgv SUS Y Q? X ' "f QU " N X f V X M N - STUDTE 'JFCOTU Cllll., Q SJ CJ SECOND ROW: N. Barbi, J. Masten, R. Harris, D. Withers, J. Capacci, P. Same. FIRST ROW: A DelRuso, N. Milner, R. Parker, C, Hubman, E. Kotkas. The Student Council, our student government, was very active this year with the initiation of new ideas and the continuation of older ones. A suggestion box was provided so students could present constructive ideas or complaints to the council. A plan for new student orientation was worked out and put into effect. The Council continued the "Student of the Month" award, the selling of milk in the cafeteria, the selling of tickets and candy at games, and the student book store. lt sponsored the annual can drive at Christmas time, bringing in the greatest number of cans so far. The clothing drive in Feb- ruary was also a success. The council took action against line iumpers and senior door offenders. The council officers went to Waterloo as part of an ex- change visit planned iointly by the two councils. The Water- loo officers made a return visit. The year was concluded with the council's annual picnic. SECOND ROW: P. Jacoby, D. Lyke, M. Fraser, G. Stubbs. FIRST ROW: L. Turri, A. Simone, G. Salotti, D. Didona, R. Carbone, F. Zona, D. Smithgall. I .- Q, N 'we sl. 11 xi sig. -- i .l an Mr. Cooley, Advisor, V. Faust, Secretary, H. Kotkas Treasurer J. Turri, Vice President, R. Weber, President. lx O Qf JO Cla IX A ,' -fe' J 'f 51. xfifal this but SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wilson, Advisor, B, Koch, V. Faust, Sports Editors: H. Allnatt, N. Neal, S. Buchwald, J. Hayssen, Feature Editors: S. Kissinger, Sports Editor. FIRST ROW: L. Nelson, N. Cronin, News Editors, M. Ham ill, E. Wallace, Co-Editors, P. Smallwood, C. Radtke, News Editors LAST ROW: R. Morehouse, K. Tucker, D. Smith, B. Bren- nen, L. Shields. SECOND ROW: E. Aldrich, D. Neal, J. Roodman, E. Fischer, C. Johnson. FIRST ROW: W. Buck, F. McAninch, G. Laribee This year, the MICROPHONE experienced many new changes. First and tore- most, was the change of publishers which presented us with a new type of paper. Also this year the sports page and the editorial page have exchanged positions. Again we sent delegates to Syracuse University to participate in the ESSPA Conference which iudges both our yearbook and newspaper. For the MIKE Mar- garet Hamill, Elizabeth Wallace, Nancy Neal and Patsy Smallwood attended the conference. Margaret Hamill was chosen second alternate in the newswriting contest. SECOND ROW: H. Nichols, M. Larzelere, J. Turri, J. Crough, L. Brewer, F. Zona, G. Salotti, A. Cammuso. FIRST ROW: T. Van Etten, G. Chase, S. Andrews, L. Shuster, S. Scheuerman, M. Stewart, R. Fisher, S. Cologgi, E. Shewbrooks cc Nl C50 -1 Cecilia Carbone, Elaine Morganti, Marilyn Bar- bieri, Donna Marsh, Rose Cammuso, Frances Barbieri P' . -I Dsl ASM .gs ,vI" 1 G S I fN HN . : . 511.73 AQ, C Y f-N ,WO H O dOHDl SPORTS STAFF: Davis and Evans Ariisf HT WOW! CJ SECOND ROW: Parish, Bvachv, Carbcne, Morehouse Sw,-.arr, Carello, Capaldi, Flock, Simone, Barbieri, Gage. FIRST ROW: DelRusso, Morgan?-, E, Beiioiw-o N wc! B.s ness Manager, Leonard, Romeo, Morganfi, A. :EW 125, 5. 'V-1 'a PM' 'JGRAPHIC STAFF: Parker, Koch, Giovannini, Brunskili ART STAFF: Shewbrooks, Ottemiller, Branciforte. LIBR R CLUB LAST ROW: Sager, Nelson, Martin, Baldassari, Cousins, Bellomo, McMahon Tedesche, Lambert, Van Houten, Monteverdi, Nicandri, Davis, Lucchesi, Smith. SECOND ROW: Robinette, Pagno, Radtke, Smallwcod, Huntington, Munn, Cologgi, Pioli, Rossi, Santpietro, Cammuso, Fischer, Shields. FIRST ROW: Scheuerman, Seamon, Miles, Shewbrooks, Hamill, Romeo, DeSarro, Shumway Library Club, under the advisorship of Miss Compitello, elected its officers as follows: Donna Marsh, president, .loan Russell, vice president, Elizabeth Brennen, secretary, Eliza- beth Wallace, treasurer. Members of this group perform various library duties, including library desk routine, assistance in reference, and special library committees. The meetings are devoted to some phase of library work, such as book reviews, reference questions, and uses of various library resources. The social program included a Christmas party and a spe- cial activity at the end of the year. Q OFFICERS: Wallace, treasurer, Brennen, secretary Marsh president, Russell, vice president l C , '-'Z r l f . .f 'W l ,Lrg 'ff" VfW l 'iff fr ,xi I, ' 7 I ' or 'xxx X I lx mb ff xix BACK ROW: Good, Wilkes, Young, Schaispen, Griffith, Sage, Davis, Miller, Rice, Ward. OFFICERS: Hart, secretary-treasurer, Kahl, FIRST ROW: Burns, Bickel, Van Etten, Ireland, Crough, King, Amidon, Stubbs president, Marsh, vice president This club serves the entire school, Teachers and students alike. These boys, un- der the instruction and direction of Mr. Pierce, run the audio-visual aides of Nlyn- derse Academy. After attending classes on the techniques of running the proiec- tors, the boys then show movies in the various classes, giving up their free periods. This organization, under the direction of Mr. Dickieson and Mr. Pierce, learns the laboratory techniques. The members help Mr. Dickieson and students in the lab. The club has taken field trips to the Geneva Experimental Station, Cornell Sci- ence Conference and the Science Fair at Brockport. The officers are: Enn Kotkas, president, Carol Smith, vice president, Sandra Cologgi, secretary-treasurer. BACK ROW: Watros, Stewart, McAnnich, Ritter, Laribee, Advisors: Mr. Dickieson, Mr. Pierce, Thomson, Sly, Pitts, Hamill. SECOND ROW: All- natt, Johnson, Schweitz, Kahl, Cronin, McMillen, Holtze, Lent, Swabe, Aikens, Monteverdi, Stowell, Lent. FIRST ROW: Ward, Andrews, Kot- kas, Cologgi, Smith , , 1 fu f-x XJ , , W fx Y ,... I. CI I N I , I JC A X jf 7 J J 4 X 1 j SS CRO RED ll R U B .ll Q LQ ie .Q he LQ oo" -ll Nlffil BACK ROW: Hooper, Wheeler, Hayssen, Hamill, Smallwood, Morehouse, Gio- vaninni, Kemak. FOURTH ROW: Brewer, McMahon, Hoster, Bonard, Van Hou- ten, Toner, Leonard, Smith, B., Same, Fullerton. THIRD ROW: Bennett, Gee, Pezzulo, Smith, D., Cammuso, Schweitz, Rossi. SECOND ROW: Annetta, Worski, Burlew, Faust, Hubman. FIRST ROW: Ferrara, Kelsey, Midey, Albano The main purpose of the Junior Red Cross is to promote student awareness of the Red Cross. One hundred per cent enrollment of the student body was achieved again this year. The industrial arts department made a chest, which was decorated by the art department. This chest was filled by the contributions ancl sent overseas. During the year, a county council was former to coordinate Jun- ior Red Cross activities. Fisher, Pres. Advisors: Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Thorpe if A fm 3- C ,.s.., Stewart, V. Pres. Robinson, Sec. C77 Delohn, Trees. The chief aim of the Acanthus Club is to promote art apprecia- tion at Mynderse. Acanthus decorated the cafeteria each month and at Christmas time decorations were placed around school. Two field trips were taken to art galleries in Syracuse and Rochester. BACK ROW: Andrews, Ottemiller, Carnevale, Annetta, Parker, Robinette, Margargel, Neal, S., Scheuermen, Ostrander, Bonard, M., Mollenkopf. SECOND ROW: Niles, Stuck, J., Stuck, D., Neal, N., Kotkas, Pagano, Fischer, Simson, Russell, Buchwald, Fisher, Marsh, Tucker, Sager, Roodman. FIRST ROW: Sanpietro, Amidon, Hubman, Manzari, Casey, Shuster, Sinicropi, McMillen Hayssen, Pres., Martin, V. Pres., Cline, Sec., Koch, Treas. OFFICERS-SECOND ROW: R. Harris, Le Ministre du Con- sul: Mrs. Seld, Advisor: A. Del Russo, Le Ministre du Tresar: W. Buck, Le Ministre des Programmes, FIRST ROW: V. Faust, Le Ministre de I'Ecriture: R. Giovannini, Le Presi- dent du Circle: S. Buchwald, Le Ministre sans Portefolio. THIRD ROW: Swenson, Buchwald, Andrews, Amidon. SECOND ROW: Munn, Neal, Magargel, Bonard. FIRST ROW: Sincropi, E. Kotkas, Seamon, Shuster, Bobeau. Le Cercle Francais' prime object is to make French fun, Through games, speaking, films, and parties. This year to help carry out this purpose, R. Giovannini, Le President, A. Del Russo, Le Min- istre du Tresor, R. Harris, Le Ministre du Conseil, V. Faust, Le Ministre de l'Ecriture, W. Buck, Le Ministre des Programmes: S. Buchwald, Le Ministre sans Portefolio, were elected officers. To start the year, the club had a picnic, preceded by a treasure hunt in French, at the State Park. Later in the year, after Christmas, the club had its own festivities to celebrate Kings' Day. An enormous French banquet finished the year. SECOND ROW: Same, Sly, Gee, P. Capacci, Lyke, Bunis, Koch, Faust, Varricchio, Van Buren. Ritter, Sinicropi, Neal. FIRST ROW: Adami, Fisher, ,., Al fx ,-4 XC f K L A. Z if Simson I . if 1 -I Q 'S ill! l IJQHZSISI l LAST ROW: Giovannini, M., Simolo, Walters,palton, Sanpietro, Amison, Hyatt, Sly, Matthews, Sullivan, Cousins. THIRD ROW: Ferrara Comstock, Robinette, J., DePasquale, Barbieri, Caulkins, Eno B., Toner, Davies, Sorrentino, Giovannini. SECOND ROW: Van Etten, Van Cleef, D., Kraft, Compson, Sarcino, Thompson, Marvin, Winkle, Bragg, Jackson, Bellomo, M. FIRST ROW: Tucker, Ritter, Agnello, Ander son, Manzari, Burlew, Worski, Freedline, Forione, Lent, DiDona, Gaun, Sparr,'Hooper, Lent, Crough The Girls' Glee Club, directed by Mrs. John Fraser, had Joan Robinette as President, Cheryl Davies as Vice President, Geraldine Ritter, Secretary, Carol Simson, Treasurer. Through this organization girls are trained for part singing. After a year, the members are eligible for the Varsity Chorus. "Do, re, mi-" These girls gain experience by participating in the Christmas Assembly, the annual Spring Concert, and by attending the Finger Lakes Music Festival at Penn Yan. The girls represented Mynderse in the Junior High Division, which included the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. ,,.. , ffl: SUDHIOHOU 2lc..ll,llQ'2ll LAST ROW: Bonard, Neal, Barbieri, Van Buren, Corey, Moylan, Casey, Aldrich, Munn, Huntington. THIRD ROW: Sly, Lyke, Manganaro, Rood- man, McDermott, Ashley, Bobeau, Sullivan, Burgess, Wheat, SECOND ROW: Conkey, Sager, Crough, Van Etten, Scheuerman, Cammuso, Varrichio, Johnson. FIRST ROW: White, lngandello, Bishop, Scattiga, Clay, Wheeler, Hawxhurst, Pennacchio, Larzelere, PIANISTS: Kissinger, Allnatt ' The Varsity Chorus, under the direction of Miss Charlotte Ullery, is composed of students interested in performing choral music. Girls who have had at least one year's experience in the Girls' Glee Club and boys who are interested in music may qualify for mem- bership. As one of its first activities, the chorus elected John Clay, president, Mariorie Larzelere, vice president, and Sue Kissinger, secretary-treasurer. On November 13-14, Joyce Bonard and John Clay attended the annual All-State Music Festival held at ZEQ 5.42 gg-Z 'SMB mc-0.00 3. O-5-Kgg-.31 I-5' 3 3 3- g3LOg'l"gr3'3m Pfaoamasaaf 3 '22032 2 -9' u C3-u:3--,,Q.O- EC 9-mfgmmfm 10' D :g'Q- 1 :gm 03042:-3-:g:1' -U-. 35,h.,2,Q.3"D 2143. Umm-1-,ri m fb 5' :hn-gxmggo Ugl 17232.12 23' g9,m2':x in mg '59-Eagan Sf OJ 12823 'DS-I ggmgmq Om wOm-ET 'hw 2 1. -. .,m -9- -1-fjj 3- "O?o3"" 9-3. ogmjii. -,O EGVQEBD' 39. mf'1m0'f1'm CC sogfwv 2-as 5 UWC EL: +2-10' -Q- 3'-4m mu' -a-3--+ WO' :gm TOD' 33 -vw m.m .Q.:4m The Chorus practices for Penn Yan. rv? f5 ly ff f SECOND ROW: Huntington, Dalton. FIRST The Mynderse Academy band, under the direction of Mr. Howard Stover, had a year full of activities. Com- posed of members, it put on half-time programs at toot- ball games in the deep mud, drizzling rain, and freezing cold. It also marched for the pep rally and local parades. The band participated in the annual Christmas concert with the Girls' Glee Club and Varsity Choir besides holding two other concerts. In May it attended the New York State Music Festival in Ithaca. Marching ahead of the band were M.A.'s high-step- ping maiorettes. They also participated in half-time ac- tivities. I ROW: Ferrara, Ostrander, Kotkas, Cronin. Munn OConneII SECOND ROW: Shuster, Clay, Ritter, Matthews, Munn Del Russo FIRST ROW Jacoby Mr Stover, Allnatt, Harris nlliuu SECOND ROW: Smith, Allnatt, Matthews, Stowell, Neal. FIRST ROW: Bunce, Hamill, Ritter, Griffith, Smithgall Hubbard, Perrotto, Cammuso 88 Harris, Hubman SECOND ROW: Wheeler, Fraser, Clay, Jackson, C., Bunis, O'Con- nell, FIRST ROW: Flaheriy, Lyke, Jackson, W., Burlew, Jacoby Zona, Annetta, Pagano, D'Ercole, Peterman, head malorette, Buck SECOND ROW Cronm Dalton Burlew Koontz, Dyson, Varrichio. FIRST ROW: Robin ette, Koch, Seamon, Shusier, Dawson JH! ui LAST ROW Sanpietro Amxdon Simone Bobeau Holfelder Burgess Wolf Durling Haynes Mickelson Stuck D THIRD ROW Mrs Lee Advisor Tedesche Forelli Gage Van Cleef J Valenti Van Cleef D Andrevxs Stall Morehouse Avery Fischer Mollenkoph Niles Stuck J SECOND ROW Romeo Ward R Pagano Manganaro tr'easurer Cammuso R secretary DeJohn vice president Barbieri president Sparr Cammuso A Hyatt FIRST ROW Manzari Stryker Wolcott Ward J White Aldrich Carroll The F H A under the leadership of President Marilyn Barbieri has completed another success ful year The members also elected the following vice president Joanne DeJohn secretary Rose Cammuso treasurer Grace Manganaro and historian Judy Pagano The F H A has sold refreshments at all the home games during the football season We at tended a football game at Cornell and toured the homemaking center there The flub sponsored a banquet for the football players At Christmas time we decorated the tree in the foyer and had a party To raise money vve had a bake sale in the spring We wound up the year with a big party Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve. This is the motto of the Future Farmers of America under the supervision of Mr. John Koska with Kenneth Hoster serving as President. The other officers are Robert Sage Vice President- John Bunce Secretary' Jim Morehouse Treasurer- and Lenny Colavito Sentinel. The main purpose of the F.F.A. work along with the F.H.A. at the concession stand during the football season. F.F.A. boys attended the Cornell-Dartmouth game the State Convention at Saratoga Springs the County F.F.A. Banquet the Parliamentary Procedure Contest and the Delhi Judging Tour, Mem- bers may also goto Camp Oswegatchie for three or more days during the summer if they wish to do so. BACK ROW: Advisor Mr. Koska- Horle OConnell Brown Barbieri Corey Miller. SECOND ROW: Keller Oldfield Riper Smith FIRST ROW: Colavito Sage Hoster Good Morehouse Bunce Mmngwmmywwwm 12 I in I l-DM l Duh! MMYYYNN- -Derrse Happy Halloween! The parking lot makes like a iigsaw puzzle. L K I 1 J Q K I 5 Q 3 S , if- ' ' ill .LV JLHVJIH ,......-I ' W .3 N -x ,J O 1 I ,, SCH Q 5 J.V.'s-LAST ROW: Nancy, Pafiy, Marge, Paula, Frankie. FRONT ROW: Sharon, Gail, Carol RESERVES: Claire, Marie, Cathy, Carol, Peggy, Sue, Linda, Kay ur Bumce 55 R.Hoopef WzfVf55"'O'90f Q A Q M ff? 2 f F xl my ,,, My Y F !l 'Q A 45 . 1 A I , W. Burns U U Capacci son V J. Capacci F Qgwf Qufx vm g'ff'7"5, C-'S"Yc:b1f55'!D'CD . - v 1. W, ' I 15-8 ,, 4' W, .MLW I YXTKI . 4' ' f'x OU ,,,,: SCORES Mynderse Opponent g 18 Newark 7 7777738 19 DeSales ,A7,, 7,7 ,,, 0 21 Mt. Carmel ,777 ee,,,, 7 7 Geneva 7 7 7 61 Penn Yan 7 7 O 7 Lvons 7 77 7 12 Clyde 77777. 777777 1 8 27 Waterloo 77 77777 7 O Coach Koska, D. Lyke, Manager, Coach Davis No one will forget the exciting Clyde game. We were having bad luck in the first half. When the Blue Devils returned to the field after half-time, the M.A. stands nearly exploded with all the cheers from the students. The boys fought hard and gained two touchdowns to make the score 18 to 12. We lost that game, but, as students and players, we learned how to face defeat. As the cheer says, "Win or lose you're still okay," and that is the way we feel about our team. Mynderse Opponent SECOND ROW: Coach DeBottis, Dellefave, Jackson, Andrews, Giovaninni, Buchwald, Hooper, Barbi, Colavito. FIRST ROW Ferrara N. Zona, J. Zona, Siegfried, Johnson, Burlew, Scibona. Wrestling: Wheeler and Kotkas. The MA wrestlers started the season with twenty boys-sixteen newcomers plus four veterans, Ron Hooper, Floyd Siefried, Rusty Wheeler and Heiti Kotkas. Elected captain ofthe team was Heiti Kotkas. Under the guidance of Coach Peter DeBottis, the team placed second in the Wayne-Finger Lakes League with a 6-l record. The climax of the season was the Waterloo match. Both Mynderse and Waterloo Central were tied for second place, but MA pulled through with a 23 to 29 victory. Fourteen of the boys who competed the season will be back again next year. The three graduating seniors are Rusty Wheeler, Tony Dellefave and Len Colavito, who was iniured in one ofthe matches and unable to finish the season. Impressive records were made by Bill Jackson, Heiti Kotkas, Bob Buchwald and Floyd Sieg- fried. Ron Hooper and Bill Jackson won Finger Lakes Championships at 127 pounds and 133 pounds respectively. lO Auburn ,aa.,...., 16 Webster , a..a,,e..e ...-..VV. Y 44" Canandaigua ,,,.e, ...4... i 8 West Genesee 27" Penn Yan ,,.. , 44" Newark ,, .,.. W . 27" Union Springs 30' Wayne Central 10' Geneva , ..,,. .. 29' Waterloo ,,,., ., Hi Sill UNll'Lll. 3 l i SECOND ROW:g Coach Nelson, Amidon, L., Wycker, Jacoby, Thorpe, Wormuth, Delia. FlRST ROW: Sly, Cafaro, Giusti, Piscitelli, Amidon, J., Robinson, Cronin. The Mynderse Academy Baseball team of 1959 had a first class season by thrice being crowned champions. They were the winners of the Wayne-Finger Lakes Conference, the Finger Lakes Conference, and the "AA" Finger Lakes League. They won nine games and lost four. With Coach William Nelson, the team played Victor in the Sectionals. Those who played their last year for Mynderse include: Jim Amidon, Lee Amidon, Mickey Cafaro, Emil Giusti, Dave Wormuth, and Gil Wycker. Home run, Jake! Mynderse Opponent 5, l i Newark 3, 5 2, 4 Waterloo O, 5 4, 7 Geneva l, lO l5, 3 Penn Yan . 6, O 3, 4 DeSales 2, 3 7, 4 Canandaigua 4, 2 O, l l Lyons . 6, i2 4 Clyde O 2 Victor lO l02 Mynderse Newark Waterloo Geneva Penn Yan DeSales Canandangua Lyons Opponent 5 1.1 X 'N:.f ' AF' SECOND ROW Valesente Irland Puetrocarlo Adam Flack FIRST ROW Coach Bullls Fay McDermott Parete Rogers Under the able coachung of Mr Bullns the 1959 JV baseball team had a wnnnung record of nlne wlns and fnve losses Wlth the loss of several key men from the varsnty nnne and vvlth many JV lettermen nt IS highly possible that many of the 1959 JV players wnll be on the varsity nn 1960 The expernence ganned by these boys on the J V squad will be a great help nn fnllnng the vacancues on the varsity team XJ T. I03 I 1- A ,N - 1 .... f Wwwewww -. A J, NI-'GUN-'IO-IA n y If ,rg 4 1 . , y 1: y . U eye. , tt yr! y 2 . 1 'K fy i l l H -'l ' bp ,yyy X Q ly y ' 9 - be ,if,,f-.1 r J 1 - 'W H 1 1 I Q ' N ' rl weft NPFfw9e ' t 1" '-X Ao-'oooswo . ' I w f I . ff, it ... ' te., !a?gQ'f , v . - , Og xx ' , ,J 9 , - ' ?g1l , 1 1 1 he is . ' A l c-fx -' - .J ' NN r n 1 9 NT f -we , W'-auv,ff'r - BOWLH G 11S TE ....T? M -..g,. l W T BACK ROW: Coach Winthrop, Cousins, Ashbaugh, Campbell, Clay. FIRST ROW: Camrnuso, Feola, Nucci, Brown With an overall team average of 166, this is probably the best bowling team in Mynderse history. This team broke many records, which include a new high game of 982, and a high three-game total of 2790. Bill Brown led the team with a 180 average, with Ron Nucci 11741, Bob Campbell f17OD, John Clay 11691, and Matty Feola C1651 following. With these high averages the team is assured ot second place and a possible first. Since all the league bowling veterans except Doug Cousins are graduating, Mr. Winthrop will have to draw from the great number of boys who participated in the after-school intramural program for next year's team. The tennis team has been organized under the direction of Mr. Alley for tour years. This year saw the return of many seniors, notably Gee, Harris, Watros, Feola, Clay, Ashley, and McDermott. Each year the team has played eight match- es, with each match consisting of two singles and one doubles match. Because the team is new at Mynderse, it still needs more time to establish a typical Mynderse record. BACK ROW: Coach Alley, Kahl, Ashbaugh, Stewart, Watros, Van Etten. SECOND ROW: Gee, Feola, Clay, Harris, Withers, Rice F sa.,- ,..........u -l'B.l'i'..l' itin- , Q mga FOURTH ROW: H. Kotkas, J. Capacci, J. Turri, Greenly, Burgess, Willis, R. Wheeler, E. Kotkas, Buck. THIRD ROW: Coach Davis, Keller, Same, G. Evans, Hine, Anderson, Andrews, Valois, Fraser, Koontz, Coach Morrison. SECOND ROW: McAninch, Shaffer, Kirkhart, Grabbatin, Cross- man, Schulman, Callaghan. FIRST ROW: R. Giovannini, Marsh, Sage, Fullerton, W. Good, Scesny, DiSanto, Spano. The track team, under Mr. Morrison, beat Waterloo in its first meet, OQJXQ to TQVQ. The team was unable to win another meet. Since most of the team is com- posed of freshmen and sophomores, Mr. Morrison has great hopes for the next few years. The team came in third in the Kiwanis Relays, with Willis and Kirkhart winning in the Finger Lakes Championship meet. The team also had the cham- pionship 44O-yard relay team. The Mynderse golf team of T959 had a successful year with much improve- ment. The letter winners were: Jim Toner, Bud Brewer, Glen Kemak, Hank Miller, and Hank Simolo. There were T3 boys on the team, and several back in l96O. Those to look for are: Hank Miller, Glen Kemak, Bud Brewer, Bob Buchwald, Hank Simolo, and Robert Parker. The team had six wins, three losses, and one tie. SECOND ROW: Anderson, Miller, Buchwald, Lyke. FIRST ROW: Kemak, Brewer. 'SP' 1 ,Exif ' ty In J N.. ,KM V: ,affix .. ,-.' 'N. an - , e It ,fl X lg: Q- ff 'swf vf.w -if it " Db -. WJ. f'?"7 T 1- HU Hi JTOO fl5L.Uffli 'fltllw sr-N 1 52 Mention sports at Mynderse, and one thinks of the Block M. This is the boys' athletic association, which, un- der the direction of Mr. Koska and Coach Davis, strives to mold the muscles of today and the minds of tomorrow. During the past year, with Paul "Jake" Jacoby as pres- ident, the 'llock M held a hockey game with the faculty, sold prograrns at the basketball and football games, print- ed schedules, and gave trophies for the most improved and most valuable player. With Bob Campbell as Vice President, Malcolm Fraser as Treasurer, and John Clay as Secretary, the l8 members of Block M had a very success- ful year which was concluded with a picnic. I W.y -3 -, A " f,, fi "S6crei6fY?T , , Under the supervision ot Miss Margaret Larsen, the Girls' Athletic Association completed its twelfth year at Mynderse Academy. As in the past, the organization had as its goals the promotion of sportsmanship and responsi- bility, team cooperationand active participation in girls' sports. Eleven new members were admitted in the tall follow- ing the point system under the direction of President Don- na Bracht, Vice President Nancy Milner, Secretary Linda Simson, and Treasurer Margaret l-lamill. After initiation ceremonies at the "Barn" and school gym, the club revised the point system of their constitu- tion. A bowling playday with area schools was sponsored by the girls in March. Later in the year the club organized several basketball and baseball games with nearby schools. The GAA members also met the Block M in sev- eral hilarious games cluring the year. The annual Sadie Hawkins Dance on March T8 proved to be a success as in previous years. A picnic in June brought the club's activities for the year to an end. A 6 Qi 1:7 5 2 Q C: T 3 is 5. T G.A.,A. up A .fx I! fx 'Qs Our Tut! The Eternal Triangle Man of Distinction "These are my peopIe." , Q .fi-Ji Lf Eat, drink and be merry Leave it To Jake. Compliments of the Board of Education. So cheer already! Who didn? do his homework? .ww Hail To ihee, dear Mynderse, Res? in peace, Andy. Aren'f they handsome? 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