Mynderse Academy - Myndersian Yearbook (Seneca Falls, NY)
- Class of 1964
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THE GIFT OUTRIGHT
he land was ours before we were the land's
She was our land more than a hundred years
Before we were her people. She was ours
In Massachusetts, in Virginiag
But we were England's, still colonials.
Possessing what we still were unpossessed by,
Possessed by what we now no more possessed.
Something we were withholding made us weak
Until we found out that it was ourselves
We were withholding from our land of living.
And forthwith found salvation in surrender.
Such as we were we gave ourselves outright
fThe deed of gift was many deeds of warl
To the land vaguely realizing westward.
But still unstoried, artless, unenhanced,
Such as she was, such as she would become.
4'From COMPLETE POEMS OF ROBERT FROST. PHOTO Courtesy of Seneca Falls
Copyrighz 1942 by Robert Frost.
Reprinted by permission nf
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inv.
he citizens of Seneca Falls have provided us
with a well equipped building and dedicated teach-
ers. Four years ago, we entered high school as
Freshmen. As our four years have progressed, we
have grown in our appreciation of our school, our
teachers, and our education. Now, as Seniors, We
realize that we have built up a treasury of memories
which we will cherish. For these reasons, the edi-
torial staff decided that Mynderse Academy-A
Treasure Chest is an appropriate theme.
Normally, the dedication is not connected with
the editor's statement. However, during our senior
year, we lived through one of the most tragic events
in our nationis history. We came to realize that a
free public school can not exist in an unfree society.
Our treasure is only a small part of an even greater
treasure, the United States of America. The Senior
Class voted to set aside tradition and to dedicate
this yearbook to the victim of that event.
President Kennedy started as a 'cfreshmanw in the
World's most powerful office at the time that we were
Freshmen in high school. He had a profound faith
in youth, and in turn, we felt as though our Presi-
dent was our friend. ln dedicating this yearbook to
President Kennedy, we dedicate it to the principles
for which he stood.
As we have strived to relate some of the aspects
of the Kennedy Administration to the various sec-
tions of the book, we have grown to realize that a
full life is capable of many things. We have learned
that because our treasure chest is embedded in free
ground, everyone has an equal opportunity to make
his life worthwhile to God and mankind.
As our life progresses and we look back on our
years at Mynderse Academy, we should keep in
mind what a well known teacher once said:
Where your treasure is, there
will your hear! he also.
The Senior Class of 1964 dedicates this edition of the
Myndersian to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, thirty-fifth
president of the United States, who, on Friday, Novem-
ber 22, 1963, acquiesced to his own inaugural impera-
. . . Ask not what your country can do for you-ask
what you can do for your country.
he school administration maps out the route for
our treasure chest located in Seneca Falls, New York. If
we as students follow these directions, we will find the
Wealth the chest contains-the valuable experiences of
school life-and have a chart for the future.
We share with every presidential administration
in the hope that that chart will lead an educated
citizenry to a peaceful world.
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N 8 INV
Members of the Board of Education made a study of subject matter this year as a special project. Here, viewing a display on
social studies, are Mr. Leroy Garnsey, Mr. Duane Snyder, Mrs. John Webb, Mr. Willis Toner, Presidentg Mr. Lawrence Parker,
Mr. Lyle Evans, Mr. Andrew Battyg Seated: Dr. Angelo Romeo. Not pictured is Mr. Donald Kuney.
BO RD STUDIES CURRICULUM
An increased knowledge of the curriculum was
one of the tasks undertaken this year by the Board
of Education for the Seneca Falls Central School
District, No. 1.
In order to become better acquainted with tradi-
tional subjects as they are being taught currently,
the Board of Education included in its monthly
agenda a study of various subjects with concern for
both content and methodology from the elementary
through the secondary levels. Monthly displays were
arranged by teachers in the areas of art, English,
languages, mathematics, sciences, social studies, and
Another new program provided by the Board
of Education was an Industrial Day. Teachers de-
voted an afternoon of recessed time in November
to visiting selected local industries. They were es-
pecially interested in learning about the methods
of production, educational requirements for hiring
personnel, relationship of that industryis income to
the economy of Seneca Falls, and the industryls
The Board of Education is made up of citizens
who volunteer their time to serve in an elected
capacity. Although their private lives differ, they
combine their ideas and values that something
from the vast storehouses of knowledge can be
brought to Seneca Falls. As a result, the community
takes considerable pride in the various students who
win academic awards each year, and who join the
adult citizenry to support the community.
M nderse Academy . . .
TREASURE CHEST OF CPPORTLI ITY
It remains for each to
make the proper choice.
The years of high school present many oppor-
tunities for study, for exploration and research,
for growth and development, and for enjoyment.
The various courses that are competently taught
and are interesting and challenging in the areas of
languages, arts, science, business and vocational
fields, in addition to the many required subjects,
provide for a wide range of individual choice. Each
student, if he wishes, can develop a program suited
to his needs.
The associations with teachers and classmates and
the chance to form close and lasting friendships
offer an opportunity that is never repeated in quite
the same way. Most Seniors have been with their
classmates for many years, some for all of their
school life. Here a person knows his friends and
is known by them in a close and special way. The
years following high school make new demands and
present new, but different, opportunities.
High school provides, also, the opportunity to
live in and be a part of a vital, growing section of
an almost complete society of young people. Here
are found a representative government, class of-
ficers, and student council, the right to campaign
for office and to Vote for candidates, a chance to
participate in sports and other activities, the oppor-
tunity to sing, read, listen, write a term paper, build
a motor, paint, relax, study, and graduate.
These years can be for every student a full and
exciting experience. It remains for each to make
the proper choice.
MR. RADTKE . . .
Informs, Guides, Instructs
Mr. Raymond Radtke, principal of Mynderse
Academy for eight years, helped chart and direct
us as we filled our treasure chest.
Throughout the year we heard his familiar voice
over the public address system. He informed us
voyagers of the activities of the week, school rules,
announcements of awards, and victorious sports
events. We will remember him as he is pictured here,
giving a few remarks at the many assembly pro-
grams. We will also recall him as the bearer of the
lamentable news that President Kennedy had been
As many of us have learned, lVl1'. Radtlce is a
friend to all. His helping hand is continuously out-
stretched, ready to do even the littlest thing, such as
lending a dime for the telephone or supplies from
the vending machines.
We are grateful to lVlr. Radtke because he has en-
couraged a climate of mutual respect that is evi-
denced by our behaviour in the halls, by lockers
that can be left unlocked, and by our persistent
efforts to, win the sportsmanship award.
R. COGLEY . . .
Another guide along our search for treasures is
Mr. Frank Cooley. During his nineteen years at
Mynderse Academy, he has filled numerous posi-
tions. We know him personally as vice-principal and
lVlr. Cooley is a two-fold contributor to our chest.
As a teacher, he is concerned with our educational
development, and, as administrator, he Watches over
our disciplinary development. We learned of his
versatility through stories taken from his cornucopia
of experiences. Before becoming a biology teacher,
he served as a physical fitness director in the Army,
worked as a lumberjack, and was a gym teacher.
While at Mynderse Academy, he has coached track,
golf, baseball, and football. His interest in students
and club activities Was evidenced by his being ad-
visor to' Block M and Student Council.
We shall remember his informative biology class-
es and his companion, Oscar. Some of us shall re-
call his carrying out necessary disciplinary measures
and checking on eligibility of athletes.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY
Standing: Mrs. Margaret Rosenkrans, Mr.
Theodore Kohinkeg Sealed: Mrs. Lucille
Plummer, Mrs. Doris Wilson, Mrs. Louise
English Students View the Classics
The English Department works to encourage an
appreciation of the English language in hoth prose
and poetry and to increase our knowledge of good
This year the department used more audio-visual
methods than in previous years. Two outstanding
films were A Canterbury Tale and Orson Wells,
production of Macbeth.
Because of the overcrowded conditions in classes,
a new position was filled by Mrs. Rosenkrans.
In the field of literature, English I students study
Ivanhoe and English II students read Julius Caesar.
English III students wade through Moby Dick, The
Scarlet Letter, The Bridge of Sari Luis Rey, and
The Red Badge of Courage. English IV students
charge into Macbeth and four other English classics
including Pride and Prejudice, and ranging from
Chaucer to Virginia Woolf. English IV also con-
trasts Macbeth with Emperor lones and Romeo and
Juliet with West Side Story.
Row One: Br. Billy Morrison, Mr.
Kenneth Mitchell, Mr. Raymond
Bullisg Row Two: Mrs. Flora No-
vak, Miss Emily Smith, Mrs. Lil-
Students Respond to Historic Weekend
On Friday afternoon, November 22, 1963, stu-
dents at Mynderse Academy joined with students
throughout the nation in living through the most
tragic days of the year. With the assassination of
President John F. Kennedy, many of us became
aware that this was a moment to remember, a
moment in history. One more page had been writ-
ten in the textbook of time, courses studied in the
History Department seemed to have more relevance
to our lives.
Some of the freshman students, who are required
to take Social Studies, were greeted in September
by Mrs. Flora Novak who rejoined our faculty
after an absence of several years.
Sophomore students in World History were in-
troduced to a new series of nine study lessons de-
veloped to benefit the non-academic students. lt is
comprised of daily lessons which are planned as
Juniors take American History I which is con-
cerned with our American heritage-our victories
and failures, our great men and women.
Seniors continue with American History ll which
emphasizes the roles that economics and politics
play in our government. Critical thinking was en-
couraged on contemporary international problems
which included tactics used by the East and the
New Subiect . . . New Method . . . New Teacher . . .
SCIENCE DEP RTMENT EXPANDS
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FACULTY
Discussing some of the changes in the Department are: Mr.
Frank Cooley, Mr. James V. Pierce, Mr. Robert Skinner and
Mr. Samuel Dickieson.
This year the Science Department expanded to
include a new subject and new methods of teach-
ing in order to keep pace with this fast moving
Mr. James Pierce, besides instructing General
Science, spent his afternoons advising the elemen-
tary teachers on the purchase of equipment and
material to improve elementary science curriculum.
This was done in answer to a national push to pro-
mote elementary science.
New to the department this year was Mr. Robert
Skinner who taught General Science and Biology
labs. During the second semester, one of Mr. Skin-
ner's science classes conducted individual projects
instead of having regular classwork.
Mr. Frank Cooley, in addition to his regular class
in Biology, taught one class of Physics-Chemistry.
This course combined the practicable aspects of
To leave more time free for labs, the Chemistry
classes under Mr. Samuel Dickieson were organized
into two lecture classes. The Physics class, also un-
der lVlr. Dickieson, was small enough to be held in
a regular class.
MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT FAC-
Evaluating a new math textbook are Mr.
Doyle Rhoades, Mrs. Lucille Thorpe and Mr.
Raymond Winthrop. Not pictured is Miss
Math Department Accelerates
P RT-TIME TEACHER ADDED
lntroduced this year by Mr. Winthrop is an ac-
celerated program for one class of Tenth Year Math-
ematics. In order to off-set additional needs in the
department, Miss Lynette Carlson joined the faculty
on a part-time basis during the spring semester.
Mathematics is the exact science which demands
both accurate computation and inductive reasoning
needed in this modern scientific world.
Mr. Rhoades is responsible for courses in Ele-
Mrs. Thorpe instructs Tenth Year Mathematics'
which deals with geometry.
Mr. Winthrop teaches Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth
Year Mathematics. Malh X1 covers intermediate
algebra and trigonometry. Math XII covers ad-
vanced algehra during the first semester and intro-
duces students to college level math during the
Mr. Linwood Kemp, Mrs.
Francis Van Epps, Mrs. Shirley
Catchpole, and Mrs. Anne Seld
examine class projects.
EW LA GUAGE CDLIRSE ADDED
Mynderse Academy has an ever expanding
program in the field of foreign languagesi This
year lVlr. Linwood Kemp joined the faculty and'
a fourth course in French was added to the
French IV was introduced in order to pro-
vide a more complete study of the most popular
language in the department. Similar to a first
year college course for entrants who have al-
ready studied French for three years, it com-
bines a study of French grammar with the read-
ing of various types of French literature by
World-famous French authors.
Under the guidance of Mr. Kemp, several stu-
dents made special studies of the cultural and
social aspects related to the Spanish language
as it is spoken in Mexico. Personal experiences
and first-hand information was provided by the
instructor as a result of his visit to Mexico dur-
ing the summer of 1963.
The classical language of Latin has been
taught in Seneca Falls since the opening of the
Seneca Falls Academy in l834. Through its
study, students obtain an appreciation for Roman
history and customs as well as a better under-
standing of the derivation of many English Words.
Combining their efforts for the
Christmas program are Miss
Kathleen Verhowe, Musicg Mr.
Earl Saunders, Art and Mr.
Anthony Lapinski, Band.
ART CLASSES STEM DROP-OUT R TE
Joining in with the late President Kennedyis cam-
paign against drop-out among high school students,
the Basic Art classes made a special study of the
situation at Mynderse Academy which has a drop-
out rate considerably lower than the national aver-
age of 15 per cent. Students composed slogans and
designed posters which were placed in the halls
throughout the school.
Constantly concerned with the need for experi-
ences in art appreciation, students assisted in
mounting two displays in the entry ways of the
school. One, '4Printmaking Highlightsf which fea-
tured examples of Woodblock prints, etchings, and
lithographs, was on loan from the Everson Museum
of Art, Syracuse. The other, uFrom Counter to
Cupboard," which dealt with the design values of
everyday items, was obtained from the Memorial
Gallery of Art, Rochester.
A short unit on the appreciation of local Nine-
teenth century architecture was added to the cur-
riculum as a result of special research by Mr.
Saunders. Examples of architectural styles were
shown dating from 1837, when the recently de-
molished Greek Revival White House was erected,
to 1887 when the Queen Anne style Becker mansion
N W DRAWI G ROCM FINISHED
This year, a new classroom was completed for
the Industrial Arts Department in the new wing
where much needed space has been provided for
seventeen technical drawing students.
Mr. Vincent Davies teaches ceramics, technical
drawing, and metals technology and practice. Mr.
Lloyd Brown teaches carpentry and cabinet-work,
fundamentals of home electrical wiring, pattern
making, printing and the principles of mass pro-
Students continued to assemble the pads of pass
blanks, library permits and other forms prepared
in the Business Department for use by the school
At left, Mr. Vincent Davies and Mr. Lloyd E. Brown discuss
a studcnt's class project.
AG TLIDENTS GET EW TEACHER
This year, Mr. Sherrill Weeks, formerly of
Vl7ashingtonville, New York, filled the position of
head of the Agriculture Department.
The department prepares students for farming
and such related occupations as machinery mainte-
nance, feed distribution and agricultural salesman-
A student's first year is spent studying about
machinery, poultry, water systems, dairying, crops,
soil, and welding. Mr. Weeks stated that because of
our location, dairy farming is stressed. The remain-
ing three years are concerned with specialized fields.
By specializing in several fields, it is possible to ob-
tain a total of six credits in four years.
At left, Mr. Sherrill Weeks peruses his lesson plan book
PHYSICAL FITNESS ENCOLIRAGED
school physical fitness program, the Physical Education
department is striving to improve the physical condition
and fitness of our students.
While the classes were held outside, field hockey,
speedaway, and soccer were set up for the girls, classes,
and the boys participated in football. Winter sports were
varied and included trampoline, tumbling, springboard,
basketball, volleyball and ring hockey. With spring came
baseball, tennis, and track. In addition to these in-class
activities, an intramural program was provided for those
who wished to increase their ability in any sport.
An intrascholastic track meet was again held, with
each class sending representatives, both boys and girls,
to compete. The Winning class had its numerals engraved
on a trophy.
Checking a schedule for use of the gymnasium are head
coaches Miss Cora Mac Hunt and Mr. George Davis.
V RIETY QFFERED
I HOMEMAKI G
The first two years are composed of two basic one-year
courses covering such fields of homemaking as family living,
home nursing, cooking, daily living, serving, and decorating.
After taking these, a girl may choose any combination from
six, one-semester courses. Two of these, Homemaking 10 and
Homemaking 11, are taught every year. The remaining four
courses are divided into pairs. The pairs are taught alter-
nately, one each year. This year Homemaking 5-family
living, and Homemaking 7-home nursing, were offered.
Next year courses in housing and home furnishing--Home
making 6, and child care-Homemaking 8, will be offered.
Mrs. Dorothy Lce, Homemaking Instructor, demonstrates proper
procedure for measuring a hem line.
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT FACULTY
Miss Joyce Nicandri, Mrs. Helen Spen-
cer, Mr. Raymond Becker, and Mrs.
EW BUSINESS TEXTS INTRODUCED
This year two new textbooks were issued. One,
General Business for Everyday Living by Mussel-
rnan, Price and Weeks, was selected for the Intro-
duction to Business course. The other, Twentieth
Century Bookkeeping and Accounting by Boynton,
Carlson and Forkner, provides bookkeeping stu-
dents with the most recently developed methods
based on a multiple entry system that permits more
efficient and economical posting procedures.
Mynderse Academy offers a variety of business
courses including Introduction to Business, Book-
keeping, Business Arithmetic and Business Law,
Office Practice and Secretarial Practice, Shorthand
I and II, and Typing.
Again this year, the department provided the
off-set printing and mimeographing of pass blanks,
library permits and other forms used by the school
Checking through a directory of American colleges are Mr. Carl Rogers, Guidance Director, and Miss Teresa Compitello,
Librarian, who also is Dean of Girls.
GUIDANCE DEPT. GIVES
AIR FORCE TESTS
This year, the Guidance Department offered for
the first time to Seniors the Air Force Aptitude
Test. Given free of charge, it has been used suc-
cessfully by that branch of the military service for
twenty-five years to determine occupational place-
The main purpose of the department is to as-
sist each student toward his vocational or educa-
tional goal. Students receive advice on the most
beneficial courses to study and they set up com-
plete schedules. Each ,lunior and Senior is inter-
viewed personally with regard to his future.
The Guidance Department also helps to secure
financial aid in the form of scholarships and loans
for the college-bound student. Also, apprentice pro-
grams and jobs are secured for many students who
do not go on to higher education.
Numerous tests are given each year including
the lowa Tests, the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude
Test, and the Scholastic Aptitude Test which is re-
quired for admission to many private colleges.
UNIFQRMITY STRESSED AS
LIBRARY SERVES 700
The school library was used by over seven hun-
dred students and faculty members this year. Under
the supervision of Miss Teresa Compitello, em-
phasis was placed on attaining uniformity of pro-
cedure in preparing research papers.
Classes met frequently in the library to become
familiar with its facilities and references. As a
result, students have gained practical experience in
obtaining resource material, taking note-s, and pre-
"Extensive research work is necessary in today's
progressive teaching methodsf' stated Miss Com-
pitello. "As a result of early preparation in skills,
future efforts become less difficult?
'TA student who is familiar with the library will
have a tendency to use its resources more frequent-
ly,', she continued. 'alt will be helpful, not only to
those who go to college, but also to those who stop
their formal education after they are graduated
from high schoolf,
Custodian Rate 4.
The custodial staff maintains a tight schedule for mopping floors, wiping walls, sweeping rooms, and repairing furniture. With
sufficient years of military service to know what 4.0 means, Head Custodian Charles Bonkowski, second from left, is ready for a
captain's inspection every day assisted by Patrick Sturdevant, Ray Hauf and Arthur Gaines.
Bus Drivers Cover District
The bus drivers cover approximately 185,000 miles annually in a fleet of eleven buses transporting students for all five schools in
the district. Above, six members of the afternoon team stand in front of the new addition to the garage. They are Gerald Haust,
Arthur Delohn, Thomas Manganaro, Michael Gladis, Kenneth Davis, and Wesley Marsh.
Cafeteria Feeds District
Preparing over 260,000 Type A meals annually for the
entire school district, the cafeteria staff lines up before
assuming battle stations for the three high school lunch
periods. From left are Rose Calavito, Assit Mgr.g Betty
Ireland, Margaret Capozzi, Bertha Valenti, Gladys Pat-
terson, Crace Magill, Kay Scihona, Ruth Martin, Matie
Peterman, Nettie Peuzzulo, lrene Valenti, Madeline Al-
bano, Robert Pagano, and Manager Nicholas Palermo.
Famous last words: We don't care if you have got the
fastest broom in the East, we a'on'z move for nobody.
12:20--Deluge I, two more to go.
2:40 P.M.-The calm hefore the storm
Mrs. Thelma Wycker, school nurse, provides for our yearly
HE LTH STAFF
The health staff of Mynderse Academy performs
nurnerable services for the school. Each year the stu-
dents receive a physical examination from one of
the community doctors. These doctors, who are
on a rotating system, also are on hand for all ath-
letic events. The school nurse and dental hygienist
check and advise students on visual, aural, and
dental problems. Whenever necessary, minor ail-
ments and illnesses are treated.
At the clinic held in October, Sophomores and
Seniors were given the opportunity to receive at no
expense diptheria-tetanus and polio shots, booster
innoculations, and vaccinations. Also, teachers and
the service staffs were able to have chest x-rays and
Our school hygienist, Miss Lois Pontius, takes care of our
The first thing after being absent, we checked in with
Secretaries Do Yeoman Dut
Friendly to every student at Mynderse Academy are Mrs. Jean Burtless and Mrs. Jane Caraher who maintain a treasury of
information on each one of them-grades, personal folders, schedules, and detention lists-and help the faculty members keep
their own clerical records in order.
At the district office, other
secretaries have kept students,
records since their enroll-
ment. At left are Mrs. Evelyn
Cooley, District and Student
Affairs Treasurerg Mrs. Mary
McDonald, District Clerk and
Secretary to the Superinten-
flentg and Mrs. Lucille Maier,
our ships sail on the Mynderse Academy Sea in search
of more treasures with which to fill our chests. With
the aid of faithful teachers, all hands should find
academic success at the end of the voyage.
One wind-tossed vessel, that has weathered many
storms, is leaving the school sea and sailing onto the
larger seas of life. Many of us will remember that
John Kennedy also sailed these seas with a constantly
searching mind. We ask ourselves, HWhat harhor is our
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SENIOR TREASURE L RGE
FTER FOUR YEARS WORK
Standing at the main entrance of Mynderse Academy, holding
open the sacred Senior Doors are class officers Ray Frappolli,
Vice-Pres., Rod Verkey, Treas.g Sally Milner, Sec.g Cliff
SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS-Helping Seniors through the
stages of seniorilis are Mrs. Louise Shannon, Mr. Raymond
Becker, Mr. Lloyd Brown, Mrs. Dorothy Lee, Mr. Earl Saunders.
We, as Seniors, are reverently closing the lid of
our treasure chest, soon to be set aside as we board
our ship, The '64, to continue our voyage on the
sea of life. Before We close it, we take one last look
at our chest of memories.
At the bottom we find a crumpled schedule, car-
ried by one of us during his first week at Mynderse
Academy. Stuck to the schedule is an old lollipop
which must be the one received after singing 'tOld
MacDonald" at Freshman orientation.
The next layer of memories contains left-over
decorations from our dances. There is a pink cupid
from Cupiris in the Snow, a paper banjo from Flap-
per Daze, a three dimensional bird from Oriental
Evening, and a huge travel poster from Around the
Nestling in a corner is the Frosh-Soph Tourna-
ment loving cup inscribed with our class year. We
earned this with our productions of The Beatnik and
the Bard, which tied with the Sophomore play in
1960, and The Money Tree, which brought us a
victory the following year. lnside the trophy is a
well marked script of Best Foot Forward, a momento
of our thespian efforts as Seniors.
Scattered throughout the chest are the letters our
boys earned for their athletic accomplishments on
,l.V. and Varsity teams. Also, there is a long list
of our class members who have appeared on the
monthly honor rolls. Pictures from the Junior Tal-
ent Show are scattered across the top.
Another trophy-the one we received for having
the highest percentage of classmen who know the
words to the 4'Star Spangled Bannerf' the 4'Alma
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under the sheet music that we used for Moving Up
All those neatly stacked small boxes contain the
individual achievements of each class member, be-
cause, although We have a great deal of class unity
and have shown considerable cooperation, each of
us has pursued individual interests.
Guarding our treasure is an over-stuffed dog
which one of us earned as a Senior during our suc-
cessful magazine sale to help pay for this yearbook.
He is holding two programs, one for the bacca-
laureate service and one for commencement. A
tassel hangs from his ear.
We can not see everything that belongs in the
treasure chest for we have removed knowledge, ex-
perience, and character. We are not leaving it
empty, however. We leave our mistakes along with
our achievements, so that those who follow may ben-
efit. We leave the guidance of our teachers and our
advisors. Finally, we leave our inexpressible appre-
ciation for those who have helped us open and fill
the chest which we now close.
Class of 1964
Gary Spencer Adam
David Peter Adami
Mary Ida Addona
Thomas Eward Amidon
Vivian Mae Amidon
Marsha Lynn Angarola
Alan Lawrence Aronson
Shirley Mae Barrett
Elwyn Lee Bishop
Barbara Anne Bleek
Vincent Rocco Bonacci
James Ernest Bowman
David Allen Brady
Brooke Lilla Brewer
Karen Anne Buck
David Earl Burlew
Anne Martha Burroughs
Margaret Evelyn Burroughs
Anita Mary Calarco
Karen Jean Cammuso
Patrick .lohn Carnmuso
Joseph Edward Campese
Paulette Ann Carnevale
James Roland Chalker
Allen Lewis Cline
Lloyd William Cline
Iris Bemice Coleman
William Leonard Cologgi
Martha Elaine Conley
Patricia Ann Connors
Christine Barbara Cooper
David Alfred Crull
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Janice Arlene Crull
Patrick Paul Cummings
Michael John Curry
Brian Stanley Dombrowski
Ronald William Duck
Barbara Jean Dyson
Kathleen Marie Farney
Elizabeth Anne Featherstone
John Robert Flock
Raymond Louis Frappolli
Susan Cale Freeland
Hamilton Guion Garnsey
Paul Richard Gentile
Nicholas John Gigliotti
John David Gravina
Richard Lee Headley
Kathleen Amy Hilbert
Ronald Charles Hoover
Martha Ann Hoster
Barbara Lorraine Hunt
June Diane Jensen
Robert George Kautz
Robert MacCallum Kaye
Mary Holmes Kelleher
Francis Xavier Kelley
John Robert Kelsey
Kathleen Louise Kemak
Frank Carpenter Knight
Carol Elizabeth Kohinke
Elaine Elizabeth Kosowski
Kelby Webster Kuney
Susan Jean LaTulip
Doreen Frances Lockwood
Peter Collins Loomis
Eugene Michael Lopez
Janet Grace Luman
Rodney Paul Lux
David Everett Lynch
Nancy Elizabeth Lynn
Helen Sue Magargel
William James Malone
David Thomas Maloney
.lames Thomas Marino
Philip Thomas Marsella
Darlene Rae Marsh
James Gordon Marsh
Violette Louise Marsh
Cheryl Ann Meeks
Judith Ann Meyers
Michael Gregory Miller
Sally Louise Milner
Ruth Jean Moderhak
Linda Ann Monteverdi
Julia Ann Morehouse
Karen Elaine Morehouse
Dorothy Ann Morse
Mary Clare Moses
Edward Harry Munn
Carol Ann Myers
Rita ,lean Neal
Paul E. Nearpass
Linda Carol Nelson
Charlene Marilyn Oldfield
Patricia Jean Olmstead
Beatrice Mary O'Ne-ill
Mary Ellen Paddock
Ronald Hogan Pannucci
Gloria Ann Paradise
Linda Adele Pioli
Donna Lee Piscitelli
Diane May Prosser
David William Radtke
Charlene Alice Regen
Kenneth Frederick Reigel
Carolyn Anne Rhoades
Elizabeth Ann Robson
Donald George Ryan
John Joseph Salotti
George Paul Sanderson
,lo-Ann Carol Saunders
Eugene Bartholomew Scialdone
Sandra Ann Scibona
.ludith Ann Scrooby
Donna Irene Shields
Dawn Marie Shinal
W Christopher John Sly
Rose Mary Ann Sobus
john Carman Stapleton
John William Swan
Elizabeth Jayne Swenson
David Hokan Swenson
Clifford Smith Tompkins
Janette Theresa Valenti
Kathleen Jane Valois
Mary Ellen Van Riper
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Susan Burritt Varricchio
Rodney Edward Verkey
James Lee Wade
Maureen Joan Wallace
Joan Mary Walters
Patricia Ann Ward
Ruth Ann Ward
Maureen Theresa Waters
Charles Edward Werner
Diane Gale Wheat
William Michael Whiting
Carol Ann Woodward
Gary William Wycker
Mary Jane Yarmer
T. Knight, P. Nearpass, M. Miller, B. Cologgi, D. Swenson, S. Milner, C
M. Miller, P. Nearpass
V R. Punnucci, D. Swenson, B. Cologgi, B. Malone
GARY S. ADAM . . . F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1, J.V.
Baseball 1, 2, Cross Country 3, 4.
DAVID P. ADAMI . . . Intramurals 1, 2, Science
Project 1, Science Fair 1, J.V. Football 1, J.V.
Baseball 1, 2, Student Teacher 3.
MARY IDA ADDONA . . . Chorus 1, Homeroom
Banker 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Project
1, Student Receptionist 3, 4, Switchboard Duty
THOMAS AMIDON . . . English Club 2, F.F.A.
3, Intramurals 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, Science
Project 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, Track 2.
VIVIAN M. AMIDON . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Junior Jumbles 3, Switchboard 4.
MARSHA L. ANGAROLA . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1,
2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Microphone 3, 4, Red
Cross Representative 4, Student Receptionist 3, 4,
Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
ALAN L. ARONSON . . . Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2,
Homeroom Banker 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior
Jumbles, Science Project 1, Freshman Basketball
1, Varsity Football 3, Track 3, Student Teacher 2.
SHIRLEY BARRETT . . . Chorus 1, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Myndersian, Science Fair 1.
ELVVYN L. BISHOP . . . Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2,
Homeroom Banker 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Red Cross
Alternate 3, Science Project 1, Spanish Club 3,
Wrestling 3, Tennis 2: Student Teacher 2.
BARBARA A. BLECK . . . Majorettes 3, Head
Majorette 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, I-Iomeroom Banker 1,
Science Project 1, Science Fair 1, Student Teacher
2, Switchboard Duty 4, Intramural Award 2,
NOIVIA Spelling Award 3.
VINCE R. BONACCI . . . F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, IV.
Football I. 2, Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3.
JAMES E. BOWMAN . . . Intramurals 1, 2, Sci-
ence Project 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1. 2.
Wrestling 3, 4: Student Teacher 4.
DAVID A. BRADY . . . Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2. 3: Science Project 1:
FILL CHE T
BROOKE L. BREWER . . . Booster's Club 1, 2,
Varsity Chorus 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 4, Microphone News Editor 3, Co-Editor
4, Myndersian, Red Cross Alternate 4, Science
Project 1, Science Fair 1, Spanish Club 4, Student
Teacher 1, 2, Wig 8 Rouge 3, 4, Soph-Play Direc-
tor 4, Organization of Young Americans 3, Foreign
Exchange Student 4.
KAREN A. BUCK . . . Chorus 1, Girl's Ensemble
1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Myndersian, Switchboard
DAVID E. BURLEW . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Jun-
ior Jumbles, Wrestling 1, 2, Student Teacher 2.
ANNE M. BURROUGHS . . . Chorus 1, French
Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2,
Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, French Club 2,
3, 4, Hobart Seminar Program 3, 4, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4,
Library Club Treas. 4, Myndersian, Red Cross Rep-
resentative 2, Red Cross Alternate 1, Science Pro-
ject 1, 2, Science Fair 1, Nominations Committee
1: Student Teacher 4, High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Top Ten.
MARGARET E. BURROUGHS . . . Band 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Summer Band 3, 4, Dance
Band 2, 3, 4, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorus
2, French Club 3, 4: Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres. 4,
Homeroom Banker 3, Lab Assistants Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sec.-Treas. 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2, Science Project
1, 2. 3, Science Fair I. 3.
ANITA F. CALARCO . . . Acanthus Club 2, 3,
Booster's Club I, 2, 3, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee I, 2, C.A.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Library Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 2, Science Fair 1, Student Council Nom-
inations Committee 1, 2, 3, Student Council Alter-
nate 1, 3, 4: Junior Prom Court 3, Senior Ball
Queen 4, Homeroom Banker 4, Microphone 4:
KAREN I. CAMMUSO . . . Boosteris Club 2, In-
tramurals 1, 2, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1.
PATRICK J. CAMMUSO . . . Band 1, 2, March-
ing Band 1, 2: Summer Band 1: Bowling 1. 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH E. CAMPESE . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
gpanish Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 1, 2, J.V. Baseball
PAULETTE A. CARNEVALE . . . Booster's Club
2, Chorus 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Junior Jumbles, Mynrlersian,
Red Cross Alternate 2, Science Project 1, Science
Fair 1, Student Teacher 3: Switchboard Duty 4.
JAMES R. CHALKER . . . F.F.A. 3, Intramurals
1. 2: Projection Club I, 2, Science Project 1,
Science Fair 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Student Teacher 3.
ALLEN L. CLINE . . . Camera Club 2, 3. 4: Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, ll-.
LLOYD W. CLINE . . . Frosh-Soph Play Tourna-
ment 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Lab Assistants Club 1,
Science Club 1, 2, 3. Pres. 3, Science Project 1, 2,
3, Science Fair I, 2, 3, Honorable Mention 1, Cross
Country 3, Tennis 1. 2.
IRIS B. COLEMAN . . . Acanthus Club 2, Booster
Club 1. 2. 3: French Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph
Committee 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2,
Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, 3, Intramurals 1,
2. 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 1. 2: Science Project 1. 2. 3: Science Fair 1,
Student Council 2: Alternate 1, 3: Student Recep-
tionist 3: Wig S: Rouge 2. 3. 4.
WILLIAM L. COLOCCI . . . Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 1: Hobart Seminar Program 3: Intra-
murals 1. 2: Lab Assistants Club 1, 2. 3: Latin Club
I. 2: Science Club 1. -I: Science Fair 1. 2. 3: Science
Project 1. 3: Spanish Club 3: Student Council 3,
Sergcrznl-at-Arnzs 4: Alternate 1: Student Teacher
2. 3: Boys, State 3: High Honor Roll 1. 2. 3, 4,
National Honor Society 3. -1: Syracuse Citizenship
3. -l: Third Prize at Science Fair 3: Junior Kiwanian
3. 4: American Chemical Society. Honorable Nlen-
tion 3: National Youth Conference on the Atom 4:
Rotary Club Award 2: Seneca County Nledical So-
ciety X Any. 3: Top Ten: SUIllfUf0I'1.lllI.
MARTHA CONLEY . . . Booster's Club I. 2. 3:
French Club 2. 3. 4: Frosh-Soph Play Tournament
1, 2, Hobart Seminar Program 4, Intramurals 1,
2, 33 Junior Jumbles, Latin Club 1, 2, Library
Club 3, 41, Mylzrlersialzg Microphone, Science Pro-
ject 2, Student Teacher 2, Wig X Rouge 2, 3, 4,
High Honor Roll 3, National Honor Society 4,
National Merit Scholarship Commendation.
PATRICIA A. CONNORS . . . Class Officer 3,
Sec., Boosteris Club I, 2, Chorus 1, Sec., Cheer-
leader 1, 2, 3, English Club 2, Pres., French Club
1, 2, 3, 4. Sec. 2, 3, 4: Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Jumbles, Library Club I, 2, 3, 4, Micro-
phone 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor Project 1, 2, Mynder-
sian, Red Cross Alternate 1, Science Project 1, 2,
Science Fair 1: Senior Play, Student Council 3,
Student Receptionist 3: Student Teacher 1. 3, High
Honor Roll 1: Junior Prom Court.
CHRISTINE B. COOPER . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Booster's Club 2, Girlis Ensemble 1, Cheerleader 2,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2: Frosh-Soph Pic-
nic Connnittee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament
1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Junior Jumbles, Library
Club 3, 4, Microphone 3, 4, M'yna7ersian, Typing
Manager, Student Council Alternate 4, Student
Teacher 1, 2, 3, 4, Switchboard Duty 3, 4, High
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
Highest Shorthand Average Award 2, Top Ten.
DAVID A. CRULL . . . Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Red
Cross Representative 3, Science Project 1, Track
3, 4, Student Council Nominating Convention 1,
Student Teacher 1, 3.
JANICE A. CRULL . . . Girl's Ensemble 1, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jum-
bles: EJIYVIETBTSZJUIZQ Science Project 1: Science Fair
1: Student Teacher 3: Switch-Board Duty 3, 4.
PATRICK P. CUMMINGS . . . Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1. 2: Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1,
2, Junior Jumbles: Science Project 1: Science Fair
1, Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Wrestling
1. 2. 3. -l.
MICHAEL J. CURRY . . . Varsity Chorus 2, 3,
Boy's Chorus 2. 3: French Club 2. 3. 4: Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee 2: Frosh-Soph Play Tournament
1. 2: Homeroom Banker 1. 2: Lab Assistants Club
1, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Projection Club 1, 2,
3. -l: Science Club 2. 3. 4: Science Fair I. 2: Sci-
ence Project 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, Track 1, Cross-
Country 3, Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4.
BRIAN S. DOMBROWSKI . . . Camera Club 1, 2,
French Club 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles,
Lab Assistants Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2,
Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Project 1, 2, Senior
Play, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Teacher 1. 2: Wig
and Rouge 2, 3, 4, High Honor Roll 1.
RONALD W. DUCK . . . Block M 3, 4, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2,
F.F.A. 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles,
Myndersian, Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross
Alternate 3, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Bas-
ketball 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Bowling 1, 2.
BARBARA J. DYSON . . . Booster's Club 2, Var-
sity Chorus 1, 2, Girl's Ensemble 1, Cheerleader 2,
French Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Hobart
Seminar Program 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Jumbles, Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Organization of Young Americans 3, Myn-
flersian Editor-in-Chief, Science Project 1, 2, Sci-
ence Fair Semi-Finalist 1, Spanish Club 3, Student
Council Nominating Convention 3, Student Teacher
2, 3, High Honor Roll 3, National Honor Society 4.
KATHLEEN FARNEY . . . Class Officer,
Acanthus Club 2, 3, Band 3, 4, Vice-Pres., Girls En-
semble 1, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.
3, Microphone 3, 4, Mynrlersian, Student Council
1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Student Council Nominating Con-
vention 3, Student Receptionist 1, 2, 3, Student
Teacher 1, 2, Wig Sz Rouge 2, 3, 4, Dutton S.
Peterson Albany Trip 3, Junior Prom Queen, Sen-
ior Ball Court, Student of the Month 3, NOMA
ELIZABETH A. FEATHERSTONE . . . F.N.A. 3,
C.A.A. 1, 2, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, Science
Project 2, German-American Club 1, 2.
JOHN R. FLOCK . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior
Jumbles, Projection Club 3, Science Project 1,
Science Fair 1.
RAYMOND L. FRAPPOLLI . . . Class Officer 2,
3, 4: Block M 3, 4, English Club 2, Pres., Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles:
Red Cross Alternate, Science Fair 1, Football 2, 3,
4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2, Student Recep-
tionist 1, 2, 3, Student Council Alternate 2, 3, 4,
Student Council Nominating Committee 3, Student
Teacher 1, 3, Most Improved-Baseball 2, Most
Improved-Football 4, Second Team All-Confer-
SUSAN G. FREELAND . . . Acanthus 3, 4, Pres.
3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 3, 4, Micro-
phone 2, Myndersian, Science Project 1, 2, Science
Fair 1, 2.
HAMILTON G. GARNSEY . . . French Club 1, 2,
Lab Assistants 2, 3, 4, Projection Club 2, 3, 4, Sci-
ence Club 2, 3, 4, Science Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Science
Fair 1, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Teacher 3, Indus-
trial Program-Goulds 3, National Honor Society
PAUL R. GENTILE . . . Block M 3, 4, Camera
Club 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jum-
bles, Myndersian, Projection Club 1, 2, 3, Science
Fair 1, Science Project 1: Football 1, 2, 3, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved Player Baseball 3.
NICHOLAS J. GICLIOTTI . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, Summer Band 1, 2, 3, Dance
Band 1, 2, Block M 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.
3, Varsity Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Boyis Chorus
2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee I, 2, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Latin Club 1, 2, Sci-
ence Fair 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, J.V. Football 2,
Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 1, 2,
3, 4, Student Teacher 1.
JOHN D. GRAVINA . . . Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, 2, Homeroom Banker 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles 3, Projection Club 2,
Red Cross Representative 2, Red Cross Alternate 3,
Science Project 1, Science Fair 1, J.V. Football 1,
J.V. Baseball 1, 2, Student Teacher 1: Varsity Base-
ball 3, Nominations Committee 2.
RICHARD L. HEADLEY . . . Band 1, 2, March-
ing Band 1, 2, Summer Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1,
2, French Club 1, 2, 3a Intramurals 1, 2, Science
Project 1, 2, Science Fair 1, J.V. Baseball 1, Stu-
dent Teacher 2. 3: NYSSMA All State Band 2:
Merriam Award 1.
KATHLEEN A. HILBERT . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4:
Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Summer Band 2, 3, 4,
Music Appreciation Club 2, Chorus 1, Girlis En-
semble 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-
Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Hobart Seminar Pro-
gram 3, 4, Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4: Latin Club 1, 2:
Library Club 33 Myndersiang Science Project 1, 23
Science Fair, Brockport 1, 23 Senior Play3 Student
Council 13 Nominations Committee 13 Student
Council Alternate 2, 43 Wig Sz Rouge 2, 3, 43 Vice-
Pres. 43 National Honor Society 3, 43 Top Ten.
RONALD C. HOOVER . . . Boyis Chorus 23 Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 23 Frosh-Soph Picnic Com-
mittee 23 Junior Jumbles 33 Lab Assistants Club 33
Mynflersian, Art Edizorg Science Club 3, 4, Pres.
43 Science Project 33 Science Fair 3g J.V. Football
23 Varsity Football 33 J.V. Baseball 3, 43 Bowling
MARTHA A. HOSTER . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Sec-
retary 43 Section Leader 43 Marching Band 2, 3,
43 Summer Band 3, 43 Girl's Ensemble 13 Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 13 Intramurals 1, 2, 33
Latin Club 13 Science Fair 13 Fraser Award 3.
BARBARA L. HUNT . . . Acanthus Club 33 Band
1, 23 Marching Band 1, 23 Summer Band 13 Boost-
eris Club 23 Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 23
Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 23 Intramurals 1,
2, 33 Junior Jumbles 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Microphone
43 Science Fair 13 Science Project 13 Spanish Club
3, Sec.-Treas. 3, 43 Student Teacher 1.
JUNE D. JENSEN . . . Acanthus Club 43 Varsity
Chorus 1, 23 Hobart Seminar Program 3, 43 Intra-
murals 1, 23 Junior Jumbles: Latin Club 13 Spanish
Club 3, 4.
ROBERT G. KAUTZ . . . Block M 4: Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee 23 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
13 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, 3, 43 Hobart
Seminar Program 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3g Iunior
,Jumbles 33 Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Science Pro-
ject 1, 2. 3: Science Fair 1, 2g Senior Play3 J.V.
Basketball 13 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 23
Student Teacher 1, 2, 33 Wig Sr Rouge 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 4: National Honor Society 4.
ROBERT M. KAYE . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43
Marching Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Summer Band 3, 43 Dance
Band 4: Varsity Chorus 1, 23 Boy's Chorus 1, 23
Science Project 23 Science Fair 2: J.V. Basketball
2: Varsity Basketball 3. 4: Varsity Baseball 3, 4.
MARY H. KELLEHER . . . Varsity Chorus 1. 2.
3. 4: Section Leader 3, 4: Girlis Ensemble 1, 2, 3.
4: Intramurals 1, 2. 3: Library Club 2, 3.
FRANCIS X. KELLEY . . . Acanthus Club 1: Eng-
lish Club 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Projection Club
1. 2, 3, 4: Science Project 1. 2: Science Fair 1, 23
Varsity Basketball, Manager 13 J.V. Football 13
Varsity Football, Manager 1, 23 J.V. Baseball 1, 23
Sanderson English Award 33 Canoga Fire Dept.
JOHN R. KELSEY . . . Lab Assistants Club 1, 2,
3, 43 Latin Club 13 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior
Play3 Bowling 33 Student Teacher 2, 3.
KATHLEEN L. KEMAK . . . Booster's Club 23
French Club 3, 43 Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1,
2, 3, 43 Director 3, 43 Future Nurses 3g Hobart
Seminar Program 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Junior
Jumbles 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 3, 43 Red
Cross Representative 1: Science Project 1, 2, 33
Science Fair 1, 33 Wig 8: Rouge 2, 3, 43 National
Honor Society 4.
FRANK C. KNIGHT . . . Band 1, 2, 33 Marching
Band 1, 23 Summer Band 1, 23 Dance Band 13
Block M 3, 43 Treas. 43 Frosh-Soph Dance Commit-
tee 1, 23 Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 23 Frosh-
Soph Play Tournament 23 Intramurals 1, 23 Junior
Jumbles3 Latin Club 1, 23 Microphone 2, 3, 4, Photo
Editorg Projection Club 1, 2, 33 Myndersian 43
Science Club 13 Science Project 1, 2, 33 Science
Fair 1, 33 Spanish Club 43 Freshman Basketball 13
J.V. Basketball 1, 23 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 J.V.
Football 13 Varsity Football 43 Cross Country 33
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Captain 43 Student Council 43
Nominations Committee 33 Student Council Alter-
nate 1, 33 Student Receptionist 3, 43 Student Teacher
2, 33 Wig 8 Rouge 2, 3, 43 Boyis State 33 Varsity
Basketball Most Improved Award 3.
CAROL E. KOHINKE . . . Band 1, 2, 33 Marching
Band 1, 2, 3: Summer Band 1, 2, 33 Music Appre-
ciation Club 1, 23 Chorus 1, 23 Varsity Chorus 1, 2g
Cirlis Ensemble 1, 23 Cheerleader 1: Homeroom
Banker 43 Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 43 Junior Jumbles
33 Library Club 13 Myndersiang Switchboard Duty
ELAINE E. KOSOWSKI . . . Varsity Chorus 2:
Cirl's Ensemble 13 Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
2: Homeroom Banker 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Jun-
ior Jumbles 3: Microphone 3. -I3 Mynflersinng Sci-
ence Project 13 Science Fair 13 Student Teacher 1.
2. 3: Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
KELBY W. KUNEY . . . F.F.A. 1, 3: County Sec.
3: Intramurals 1. 2: Science Project 13 Science
Fair 1: Student Teacher 3.
SUSAN J. LATLILIP . . . Acanthus Club 4:
Chorus 1, Girlis Ensemble 1, French Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph
Picnic Committee 1, 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Microphone
4, Myndersian, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1,
Student Teacher 1, 2, 3.
DOREEN F. LOCKWOOD . . . Acanthus Club 2,
3, Boosteris Club 2, English Club 2, Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee: Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4: Junior Jumbles, Library
Club 2, 3, 4, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Science Project
2: Student Teacher 2.
PETER C. LOOMIS . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, March-
ing Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Summer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 1, 2, 3,
French Club 1, 2, 3, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Microphone 2, 3, Science Project 1, 2,
3, Science Fair 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Wig S Rouge
2, 3: NYSSNIA School Music Competition 1, 2, 3,
All State Band 3, 4, lVIerriam Award 1, 2.
EUGENE LOPEZ . . . Student Teacher 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Science Project 1.
JANET GRACE LUMAN . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
4, Myndersian, Student Receptionist 1, 2, 3, Switch-
board Duty 4, Drama Club 2, 3, Press Club 3.
ROD P. LUX . . . F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4,
Track 1, 2.
DAVID E. LYNCH . . . Block M 4, Varsity Bas-
ketball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4.
NANCY E. LYNN . . . Acanthus Club 3, Varsity
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Girlis Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, French
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2,
Hobart Seminar 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior
Jumbles, Library Club 3, 4, Mynclersian, Science
Project 1, 2, 3: Science Fair 1, 2, 3, Student Recep-
tionist 2, Student Teacher 2, 3, National Honor
Society 3, 4: I.0.0.F. Award 1, 3: Schlosser Award
3, Top Ten.
HELEN S. MAGARGEL . . . Girlis Ensemble 1,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Homeroom Banker 4, Intramurals 1, 2. 3, Junior
Jumbles, Myndersian: Science Project 1, Science
WILLIAM J. MALONE . . . Block M 3. 4: Frosh-
Soph Tournament 2. 4: Hobart Seminar Program
4: Junior Jumbles, Latin Club I. 2: Science Fair
1, Science Project 1, Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4,
Wrestling 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1,
4, Student Receptionist 4-, Student Teacher 1, Wig
84 Rouge 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, -I, Most
Improved Tennis Award 1: Sportsmanship Tennis
Award 2, 3, Kiwanian 3, 4.
DAVID T. MALONIEY . . . French Club 1: Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2,
Junior Jumbles, Red Cross Representative 3, Sci-
ence Project 1, J.V. Football 1, 2: J.V. Baseball
1, 2: Varsity Baseball 3: Student Teacher
JAMES T. MARINO . . . Block M 3, -I-, Sec. 4,
French Club 1, 2, 3: Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
2: French Club, Minister De Council 3, Junior Jum-
bles 3: Red Cross Pres. 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, 2,
J.V. Football 1, J.V. Baseball 1. 2: Varsity Base-
ball 3, -l, Student Council Nominations Committee
1: Student Council Alternate 2: Student Reception-
ist -l: Senior Play.
PHILIP T. MARSELLA . . . French Club 1, 2,
3, Minister of Program 2, Pres. 3, Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2,
Intramurals 1, 2, Red Cross Representative 1, Red
Cross Alternate 4, J.V. Football 1, 2, Varsity Foot-
ball 3, J.V. Baseball 1, 2, Student Council 2, 3,
Nominations Committee 2, 3: Student Receptionist
4: Student Teacher 1.
DARLENE R. MARSH . . . Girlis Ensemble 1,
F.H.A. 1, Hobart Seminar Program 4, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 3, fl, Micro-
phone 3, 4-, Mynrlersian, Red Cross Alternate 1,
Science Fair 1: Senior Play, Student Teacher 2,
Switchboard 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Crisco
Award for Homemaking 2.
JAMES G. MARSH . . . Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching
Band 1: Dance Rand 1, 2, -I: Chorus 1, Varsity
Chorus 1, Intramurals 1, Science Project 1. 2,
Science Fair 1: Track 1. 2, 3, 4.
VIOLETTE L. MARSH. . . Boosteris Club 1,
Chorus 1, Girls Ensemble 1: Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2,
Hobart Seminar Program 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3,
Junior Jumbles, Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 2,
Treas. 3. Pres. 4, Microphone 2. 3. -1: Mynn'ersz'an,
Literary Editor, Top Ten: Red Cross Alternate
4, Science Project 1. 3: Science Fair I. 3: Student
Teacher 3: National Honor Society 4: Senior Ball
CHERYL MEEKS . . . Marching Band 1, 2, 3,
Summer Band 1, 2, 3, Majorettes 1, 2, 3, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1,
Switchboard Duty 3.
JUDITH A. MEYERS . . . Acanthus Club 2, 3,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Homeroom
Banker 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Library Club
4, Microphone, Student Teacher 1, Switchboard
MICHAEL G. MILLER . . . Block M 3, -l, Vice-
Pres. 4, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Hobart Seminar Pro-
gram 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Latin
Club 1, 2, Pres. 2, Microphone 2, 3, Mynclersian,
Science Project 1, 2, Basketball 2, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, Baseball 1, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Trcas. 3,
fudge 4, Student Council Nominating Convention
2, Student Receptionist 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Teacher
1, 2, Career Guidance in Industrial Fields Award,
Boy's State, Dutton S. Peterson Albany Trip, Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Student of the Month,
SALLY L. MILNER . . . Class Officer 4, Sec.,
Boosteras Club 2, Cheerleader 2, 4, French Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Trerzs. 3, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
2, G.A.A. 3, 4, Hobart Seminar Program 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Microphone,
Science Project 1, Science Fair 1, Student Council
1, 4, Student Council Nominating Convention 1,
Student Council Alternate 3, Student Teacher 1, 4,
Wig and Rouge 2, 3, 4, Cirl's State 3, Junior Prom,
Lady-In-Waiting, Senior Ball, Larly-In-Waiting,
National Honor Society 3, 4, Syracuse Citizenship
Conference 3, -I , Elmira Key Award.
RUTH J. MODERHAK . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Chorus 1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Li-
brary Club 4, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1,
Spanish Club 4: Drama Club.
LINDA A. MONTEVERDI . . . Acanthus Club 2,
3, Treas. 3, Boosteris Club 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 2, Homeroom Bank-
er 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, -1: Junior Jumbles,
Microphone, Mynrlersiang Red Cross Representa-
tive 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Science Project 1: Science
Fair 1, Student Receptionist 2, Student Teacher 2,
Junior Prom Court: Senior Prom Court.
JULIA A. MOREHOUSE . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Girl's Ensemble 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, F.N.A. 3,
Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Mynrlersian,
Red Cross Alternate 4: Science Project 1: Science
KAREN E. MOREHOUSE . . . Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Myndersian, Sci-
ence Project 1, Science Fair 1, Student Teacher 2'
Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
DOROTHY A. MORSE . . . Girl's Ensemble 1,
Hobart Seminar Program 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Lab Assistants Club 1, 2, 3
4, Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Micro-
phone 2, 3, 4, Mynrlersian, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Science Project 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 1, 3, Span-
ish Club 4, Student Teacher 3, High Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Masonic
Lodge Award 1, Rotary Club Award 2, Top Ten.
MARY C. MOSES . . . Booster's Club 1, 2, 3, Var-
sity Chorus 1, 2,,3, 4, Girl's Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, Intramurals 1, 2,
Junior Jumbles, Lab Assistants Club 1, Library
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Science Project 1,
Science Fair 1, All-State Chorus 2, 3, Schlosser
EDWARD H. MUNN . . . Marching Band 1, 2,
3, 4, Summer Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2,
Music Appreciation Club 2, Band Officer, Treas.
4, Camera Club 1, Pres., Varsity Chorus 1, 2,
Boyis Chorus 2, Lab Assistants Club 1, Microphone
1, Mynzlersian, Photography Editor, Science Club
1, 2, Science Project 1, 3, Science Fair 1, 3, Wres-
tling 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country.
CAROL MYERS . . . Acanthus Club 3, 4, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jum-
bles, Library Club 3, 4, Mynziersian, Red Cross
Alternate 4, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1,
Student Teacher 1. 2, 3, Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
RITA J. NEAL . . . Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee
2, Future Nurses 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, ll: Mynclersiang Science Project 1. 2, Science
PAUL E. NEARPASS . . .Block M 4, French
Club I, 2, Hobart Seminar Program 3, 4, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Science Club 1, Basketball 3, 4, Football
2, Tennis 1. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Student
Council Nominating Convention 2, Student Recep-
tionist 2, Boy's State, Dutton S. Peterson Albany
Trip, High Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, French Award 2,
3: National Honor Society 3. 4, Junior Rotarian,
LINDA C. NELSON . . . Boosteris Club 2, Girlis
Ensemble 1: English Club 2: Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 2, 3,
Future Nurses 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Jumbles, Latin Club 1, 2, Microphone 1, 2, 3, -I-,
Myndersian, Science Fair 1, 3, Wig and Rouge
2. 3. 4.
CHARLENE M. OLDFIELD . . . F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Switch-
PATRICIA J. OLMSTEAD . . . G.A.A. 3, -1, Vice-
Pres. 3, Hobart Seminar Program 3, 4, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, 3, Lab Assistants Club 1, Science Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Science Project 1, 3, Science Fair 1, 3,
Spanish Club 4, Student Teacher 1, Interclass
Track Meet 1, High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Syracuse Citizenship Confer-
ence 3, 4, Latin Contest 1, 2, C.D.A. 2, Dr. Knight
Memorial 1, Kiwanis Award 2, Rotary Club Award
1, 3, Trautman Memorial, V.F.W. 2, Top Ten,
BEATRICE M. O'NElLL . . . Booster's Club 2,
English Club 2, F.H.A. 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, Intramu-
rals I, 2 ,3, Junior Jumbles, Mynalersian, Science
Project 1, 2: Science Fair 1, Switchboard Duty.
MARY ELLEN PADDOCK . . . Acanthus Club 2,
3, Varsity Chorus 2. 3, Cirl's Ensemble I, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2: F.N.A. 2, 3, Homeroom Banker 1,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Jumbles, Latin Club
1, 2, Library Club 2: Science Club 1: Science
Project 1: Science Fair 1, Microphone 2, 3, 4,
Mynrlersian, Student Teacher 3, Switchboard Duty
3, 4, Girls Sports Award 2, 3, Inter-Class Track
Meet 3, Dundee Track Meet 3, Rooster Club 2. 3.
RONALD H. PANNUCCI . . . Class Treasurer 2,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Pic-
nic Committee 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1,
2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, ,Junior Jumbles: Microphone
2, 3, 4, Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep-
resentative 1, 2: Science Project 1, 2. 3: Science
Fair 1: J.V. Rasketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3:
Nominations Convention 1, 2, Student Council 1,
3, 4. Pres. 4, Student Receptionist I. 3. 4: Student
Teacher 3, 4: Wig S: Rouge 2, 3. 4: Golf 1. 2. 3. -l:
Most Valuable Player-Golf 2, 3: Rest Record Golf
1. 2, Governoris Conference on Youth 4: Kiwanian
GLORIA A. PARADISE . . . Acanthus Club 3:
Glee Club 2, F.H.A. Pres. 4, Vice-Pres..3, Intramu-
rals I, 2. 3, Junior Jumbles, Library Club 2. 3. 4:
Myndersian, Student Teacher 2: Switchboard Duty
LIIYDA A. PIOLI . . . Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Girl's
Ensemble 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles,
Student Receptionist 3, 4, Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
DONNA L. PISCITELLI . . . Booster's Club 2,
Frosb-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1,
2, Junior Jumbles, Myna'ersz'an, Science Project 1,
Science Fair I, Student Teacher 3, Switchboard
DIANE M. PROSSER . . . Boosteris Club 1, 2, 3,
Chorus 1, 3: English Club 2, Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 2, F.H.A. 3, F.N.A. 3, Homeroom
Banker 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles:
Mynclersiang Student Teacher 2, Switchboard Duty
DAVID W. RADTKE . . . Band 1, Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee I. 2: Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2, Junior Jumbles: Red Cross Alternate 2, 4,
Science Project I. 3: Science Fair 1: Football I,
2, 3, -1, Wvrestling 1. 2, Track 3.
CHARLENE A. REGAN . . . Cirl's Ensemble 1,
Intramurals 1, 2: Junior Jumbles, Myndersian,
Science Project 1: Science Fair 1.
KENNETH F. REIGAL . . . Intramurals 1, 2, Pro-
jection Club 4, Science Fair 1, 4: W1'estling 1, 2, 3,
11-, Student Teacher 1: Varsity Football, Manager
1 . .
CAROLYN A. RHOADES . . . Varsity Chorus 4,
Cheerleader 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2. 3, Myndersiang
Student Teacher 1, 2, 3, Physical Fitness Award 1.
RERNICE ROBINSON . . . Majorettes 2, 3,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, -l: Library Club 4: Mynllersizzn,
Red Cross Representative 1, 2, Student Council Al-
ternate 1: Student Teacher 2: Switchboard Duty 4.
ELIZABETH A. ROBSON . . . Acanthus Club 2,
Booster's Club 1: Girl's Ensemble 1: Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee 1. 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2: F.N.A. 2, 3. 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Jumbles: Latin Club I. 2, Microphone 4,
Science Project 1, Science Fair 1,o Student Teacher
1: Switchboard Duty -1.
DONALD G. RYAN . . . Frosh-Soph Picnic Com-
mittee 1: Intramurals 1, 2: Track 1. 3, 4, Cross
Country 2, Student Teacher 1. 2: American War
Dads 8 Aux.
JOHN J. SALOTTI . . . Class Officer 2, Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 2, Junior
Jumbles, Red Cross Representative 1, 4, J.V. Bas-
ketball 1, 2, Varsity Baseball 1, 3, Student Council
2, 3, Student Receptionist 2, Student Teacher 2, 3,
GEORGE P. SANDERSON . . . Frosh-Soph Pic-
nic Committee 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Science Pro-
ject 1, Science Fair 1, Wrestling 1, 2.
.IO-ANN C. SAUNDERS . . . F.H.A, 1, Homeroom
Banker 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Science Fair 1,
Switchboard Duty 3, 4, NOMA Award 3.
EUGENE B. SCIALDONE . . . Marching Band 1,
2, Summer Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1, 2, French
Club 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2,
Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Homeroom
Banker 1, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles,
Red Cross Alternate 3, Science Project 1, 3, Science
Fair 1, 3, Senior Play, J.V. Baseball 1, Nomina-
tions Committee 1, 2, Alternate 3, Student Teacher
1. 2. 3. 4.
SANDRA A. SCIEONA . . . Ancanthus Club 3,
Booster's Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Frosh-Soph Dance
Committee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jum-
bles, Microphone 3, 4, Myndersian, Science Project
1, Science Fair 1, Student Teacher 2, Switchboard
Duty 3, 4, High Honor Roll 3, Junior Prom Court,
Senior Ball Court, Girls Sports Award 1.
DONNA I. SHIELDS . . . Band 1, 2, Marching
Band 1, 2, Chorus 1, French Club 2, 3, 4, Frosh-
Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Fair
1, Wig Sz Rouge 2, 3, 4.
DAWN M. SHINAL . . . Varsity Chorus 2, Girl's
Ensemble 1, French Club 4, Hobart Seminar Pro-
gram 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles,
Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Microphone
2, 3, Co-Editor 4, Myndersian, Science Project 1,
3, Science Fair 1, 3, Student Teacher 2, High Hon-
or Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4,
D.A.R. Award 2, Rotary Award 2, Top Ten.
CHRISTOPHER J. SLY . . . Band 2, 3, 4, March-
ing Band 2, 3, Summer Band 2, French Club 1, 2,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, Hobart Seminar
Program 3, 4, Projection Club 1, Science Project
1, 2, 3, Student Receptionist 3, High Honor Roll
3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Merit Scholarship
ROSE MARY A. SOBUS . . . Boosteris Club 1, 2,
3, Glee Club 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Myndersian,
Switchboard Duty 4, S.M.S. Sz Aux. Award 3.
JOHN STAPLETON . . . Student Teacher 3.
JOHN W. SWAN . . . Block M 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
Banker 1, Intramurals 2, 3, Science Fair 1, 3,
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2.
DAVID H. SWENSON . . . Class Officer, Vice-
Pres. 1, Pres. 3, Block M 3, 4, English Club 2,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Pic-
nic Committee 1, 2, Homeroom Banker 2, Intramu-
rals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Latin Club 2, Science
Fair 1, Science Project 1, 3, J.V. Football 1, Var-
sity Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Nomina-
tions Committee 1, 2, 3, Student Receptionist 4,
Student Teacher 3, Boy's State 3, Syracuse Citizen-
ship Award 3, 4, I.0.0.F. Award 1, Kiwanian 3,
4, Police Benevolent Soc. 3, Jaycee Award 2.
ELIZABETH J. SWENSON . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Boosteris Club 2, Chorus 1, Girl's Ensemble 1,
F rosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play
Tournament 2, Hobart Seminar Program 4, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 3, 4,
Microphone 3, 4, Myndersian, Science Project 1,
2, 3, Science Fair 1, 3, Spanish Club 4, National
Honor Society 4, Senior Play, Nat. Merit Scholar-
ship Commendation, Student Teacher 4.
CLIFFORD S. TOMPKINS . . . Class Officer 1,
2, 3, Pres. 1, 2, 3, Block M 2, 3, 4, Frosh-Soph
Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Commit-
tee 1, 2, Hobart Seminar Program 4, Junior Jum-
bles, Latin Club 1, 2, Microphone 2, 3, 4, Myn-
dersian, Science Project 1, Science Fair 1, Senior
Play, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4,
J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3,
4, Vice-Pres. 3, Nominations Committee 1, 2, Stu-
dent Receptionist 2, 3, 4, Student Teacher 1, 2,
Boy's State 3, High Honor Roll 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Student of the Month 4, Most Valuable
Basketball Player 3, Most Valuable Football Player
4, Merit Scholarship Commendation 4.
JANETTF. T. VALENTI . . . Chorus 1, Varsity
Chorus 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Jumbles, Microphone
4, Myndersian, Student Teacher 1, 2, Switchboard
KATHLEEN J. VALOIS . . . Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Play Tournament 1, 2,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Lab Assistants
Club 1, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4,
Science Project 1, Student Teacher 2, Wig 81
Rouge 3, 4, I.0.0.F. Award.
MARY E. VAN RIPER . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Boosteris Club 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, F.N.A. 2, 3,
4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Banker 1, 2,
3, Junior Jumbles, Myndersian, Science Project
1, Varsity Chorus 1, 2.
SUSAN B. VARRICCHIO . . . Acanthus Club 2,
3, Booster's Club 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee
1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, F.N.A.
2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Latin
Club 1, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Myndersian, Red
Cross Representative 1, Science Club 1, Science
Project 1, Science Fair 1, Nominations Committee
1, Student Teacher 1, 2.
RODNEY E. VERKEY . . . Class Officer 4, Block
M 3, 4, Varsity Chorus 1, Frosh-Soph Dance Com-
mittee 1, Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Junior Jumbles, Lab Assistants Club
1, Red Cross Alternate 2, Science Club 1, Science
Fair 1, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2,
Varsity Basketball 3, 4, J.V. Football 2, Varsity
Football 3, 4, J.V. Baseball 1, Varsity Baseball 3, 4,
Student Council 4, Student Receptionist 4, Student
Teacher 1, 2, 3, Student of the Month 4, Most Val-
uable Lineman 4, SMS Best Athlete of the Year
JAMES L. WADE . . . Block M 3, 4, Frosh-Soph
Play Tournament 2, Intramurals 1 ',2, Junior Jum-
bles, Science Project 1, 3, Science Fair 1, 3, Track
1, 2, 3, Student Council Alternate 1, Wig 81 Rouge
2, 3, 4, Treas.
JOAN M. WALTERS . . . Girlis Ensemble 1,
Homeroom Banker 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4,
Junior Jumbles, Myndersian, Science Project 1,
Science Fair 1: Switchboard Duty 3, 4.
MAUREEN J. WALLACE . . . Marching Band 2,
3, 4, Summer Band 2, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Library
Club 2, Student Teacher 2.
PATRICIA WARD . . . C.A.A. 3, Intramurals 3,
4: Student Council 1: Student Council Alternate 3:
Pep Club 3.
RUTH A. WARD . . . Acanthus Club 1, 2, 3,
Varsity Chorus 4, F rosh-Soph Dance Committee 1,
2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 1,
2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Science Project 2, Science
MAUREEN T. WATERS . . . Acanthus Club 2,
3, Booster's Club 2, Girl's Ensemble 1, 2, Varsity
Chorus 2, Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2,
Frosh-Soph Picnic Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph
Play Tournament 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
room Banker 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Myndersian,
Science Project 1, 2, Science Fair 1, 2, Student
Teacher 2, Wig Sz Rouge 3, 4.
CHARLES E. WERNER . . . Intramurals 1, 2,
Junior Jumbles, Science Project 1, 3, Science Fair
DIANE C. WHEAT . . . Marching Band 1, 2, 3,
Summer Band 1, 2, 3, F rosh-Soph Dance Commit-
tee 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles,
Microphone 3, 4, Myndersian, Science Project 1,
Science Fair 1, Student Teacher 1, 2, Switchboard
Duty 3, 4.
WILLIAM M. WHITINC . . . Block M 3, 4,
Frosh-Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph
Picnic Committee 1, Intramurals 2, Junior Jum-
bles, Red Cross Representative 4, Alternate 3, Sci-
ence Project 1, Science Fair 1, Basketball 1, 2,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Student Reception-
ist 4, Waterloo Exchange Assembly 2.
CAROL A. WOODWARD . . . Acanthus Club 3,
Program Chairman 3, Boosteris Club 2, Varsity
Chorus 2, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, Sec., Treas., Frosh-
Soph Dance Committee 1, 2, Frosh-Soph Picnic
Committee 1, 2, Homeroom Banker 1, 2, 3, Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, Junior Jumbles, Microphone 2, 3, 4,
Myndersian, Business Manager, Science Fair 1,
Student Council Representative 1, 4, Student Nomi-
nation Convention 1, Student Teacher 1, 2, Switch-
board Duty 3, 4, High Honor Roll 3.
CARY W. WYCKER . . . Intramurals 1, 2, Red
Cross Alternate 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1,
MARY JANE YARMER . . . Booster's Club 2,
F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Banker 3, Myndersian,
Science Project 1. 3: Science Fair 1, 3.
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pring Prom Goes to Japan l
The couples who attended our Junior Prom, Sat-
urday, May 18, 1963, were transported into the
intriguing world of the East.
We spent An Oriental Evening in the Japanese
garden which surrounded Queen Kathy's royal
palace. Cherry trees were in full bloom, and
thousands of birds and butterflies flew about the
ceiling. The pages who attended the queen were
Robin Allen and Arthur Pluretti.
Guests danced to the music of ,lack Bullock. At
the far end of the garden, a Japanese geisha in-
vited us to cross the half-moon bridge and retreat
to the misty hills depicted on a six paneled screen
rendered in the manner of the Momoyama Period.
Here, standing beneath the torii leading to the palace is Queen Kathy Farney KCGHCCVQ and her court, from left to right: L. Monte-
serdi, A. Calarco, S. Milner, Lady-in-Waizingg P. Connors, S. Scibona.
Queen Anita Calarco, seated, is surrounded by her court. From left to right are L. Monteverdi, S. Milner, Lady-in-Waitingg
K. Farney, S. Scibona, V. Marsh.
Senior Ball Guests
Take Whirlwind T irl
The Senior Ball began to twirl on schedule at 8
0'clock, December 14, 1963. Japan, France, Italy,
Spain, India, Thailand-all were stop-overs on a
trip Around the World, piloted by the Class of
From a Swiss Chalet, the passengers were enter-
tained by the music of Frank Gutschov and the
British sentries stood watch at the entrance while
the guests chose their destinations from enlarged
travel posters showing scenes from various coun-
tries. They were greeted by faculty advisors and
parents of class officers who stood at the base of
A touch of the Middle Ages was represented by a sultan's tent where King Cliff Tompkins crowned his queen. The
crowns were carried by Cheryl Meyers and John Malone.
JUNIOR CLASS ADVISORS discussing plans for future projects are Mr. Vincent Davies, Samuel Dickieson, Mrs. Lillian
Oliver, Mrs. Doris Wilson, and Mr. Raymond Winthrop.
JU IORS PROUD OF ACCQMPLISHMENTS
The class of '65 closes its third year of schooling
here at Mynderse Academy with only one year
standing between us and graduation. We can be
proud of our accomplishments so far.
Being eager to share our treasures, we undertook
the task of entertaining the other classes with our
Junior Talent Show. This provided many of us
with the opportunity to sing, dance, or play a musi-
On May 9, we presented the biggest social event
of our school year, the Junior Prom. Because of
careful planning and supervision, our prom was a
great success. All of us enjoyed a night of fun and
dancing surrounded by beautiful decorations.
Throughout the year, we weremrell represented in
student government, and our class officers were
able leaders. These officers were responsible for the
success of our many endeavors, and deserve our
praise. The treasures we place in our chest this year
are 'priceless due to their aid.
Class of 1965
Leading the .Junior Class are: Ed Marr, Vice-Pres.g Joanne
Midey, Treas.g Brad Miller, Pres.g Bertha Morgan, Sec.
Rau' 0110: U. xTl'.'xI'liIN'll, J. Prulzman, C. Puunucci, B. Ne-Hi, S. Rrltondo, E. Marr, C. Heynuldsg Row Two: K. Jvnsell, T
Hustvn, T. lfcrglxsmm, T. Hyck, P. Wcss, T. Fitzpatrick. S. Tylcrg Row Tlzrer: J. Good, .l. While, K. Saunders, A. Sincropi
J. Vulcnti, ll. Hooper, S. Ely: Row Four: J. Clcuson, J. Sullivan, D. Johnson, XI. Doyle. D. Funtpietro, J. Lentg Row Fire: L
Crescilaenc, H, Scuwcroft, I. Hitclwll, P. Sewald, B. Lykc, S. Best: Row Six: D. Piguum-, S. Jones, K. Garrvtt, T. Szczcch
Row One: S. Scllaslcpen, R. Cillan, D. Emerson, H. Wheeler, A. WOIIllUIll, C. Wilson, R. Youngs, D. Johnsong Row Two: C
Neal, D. Delclys, D. Carncvale, J. DcSarro, W. Valois, P. Flynn, R. .l0ll21l1S01'1, 'lf Grabbaiing Row Tlzree: D. Comernisky, K
Davis, C. Ciovunnini, J. Delfvenurdis, J. Wilcox, J. Kulina, J. DiDorninickg R010 1"0ur.' L. Perrotto, L. A. Laslllvrook, .l. Welliver
A. Bativ. K. Rogers. A. Dcllefaveg Row Five: T. DcSarr0, C. Cil52lITlLlSSl1Ili1, L. Larson, T. Louglllin, D. Kollinke, D. Dowse'
R010 Silt-J A. Capalcli, M. DeSlcfano, C. DiSanto, C. Sllaffcr, H. Coburn, M. Malone
Ron' One: C. Irvluml, R. Rairsczlkmns, E. Felbcr. G. Babcock. D. King, J. Dean, J. Kuightg Row Two: J. Cook, V. Hansen, N.
Bnyw, S. Bull. D. Uellomo, W. CJILIHQET, H. Bishopg Raza' Three: J. Huck, B. Lux, H. Emerson, D. Headly, J. Kriegelsteiu, N.
Dm-ul. A. Dellsfuw: Ron' Four: E. Becker, U. Morgan, J. Peterman. T. Moore. N. Puciulli. P. Burysg Row Fire: M. Cooley,
C. Svllreaclclg P. UKVIILICCL C. IIIQHIIJCHO, J. Moore, T. Adlerg Rolf Six: B. Austin, J. Buttagliu, L. Bouard, B. Pietrocarlo, M.
J. Bukke, WI Bremer.
Row Oner L. Vanliorn, D. Ostrander, T. Carissimi, J. Matthews, J. KL-lly, C. Ya-lls, G. Gladisg Row Two: J. Marrapcsc, R
Rumpf, B. Miller, C. Patterson, D. Romeo, Il. VanHoutc-n, E. Lopez: Row Three: S. O'Brien, S. Jensen, K. Toomey, I. Simone
J. Stewart, L. lrlandg Row Four: M. Sage, .l. Sullivan, J. Midey, R. Faiola, D. Scallnassi, S. Hvlpardg Row Fire: L. Vaughn
M. Lawler, P. Ciansante, G. Gibbs, M. Fitzgerald, C. Brady, Row Six: H. Lucchesi, K. Weller, K. Seeley, D. Peterman, B
Marla-l, D, XViI1ll"1'S
Anybody going by way of Albany?
People who like people, use DIAL.
Well, find anything interesting, Sam?
Quick! Mr. Cooley's coming.
I don't knowg I just had to.
One day we all stayed home, and we thought special
SOPHOMCDRES TURN A OUT
Here we stand at the half-way mark of our high
school career. Before we leave for the summer let's
turn around and look back.
We proudly recall our victory in the Frosh-Soph
Play Tournament. The cast of 'ffiinging in the
Groomn took fifty-seven of a possible seventy-five
credits to win over the Freshmen. Special mention
goes to Steve Aronson, as Wilbur, and Kay Bur-
roughs, as Gran, for outstanding performances.
Spring means dances, and ours was a fine one
thanks to the experience gained last year in our
first attempt with Ulf Dreams Came True."
We will remember the Frosh-Soph Picnic because
it was our last official act as underclassmen.
We have not only been the largest class, 214
strong, but we have been big in other ways too.
Sixteen varsity slots were filled by sophomores such
as Fran Piscitelli and Charles Marsh. Our high
scholastic record is supported consistently by large
numbers on the honor roll. Yet above all this, rises
our school spirit, for we are proud to be a part of
Harold B. Sanderson, lr.
Class of 1966
Leading the Sophomore class are: Jane Rosenkrans, Sec.g Steve
lgronson, Pres., Charles Marsh, Vice-Pres.g Fran Piscitelli,
Advising the Sopho-
mores are: Mr. Theodore
Kohinke, Mrs. Madeline
Smith, Mr. Raymond
Row One: C. Platten, T. Flynn, T. Miller, C. Marsh, R. Rescorl, R. Reynolds, R. McNabb, H. Sanderson, J. Moreland, B.
Rescorl: Row Two: J. Moses, L. Manganaro, K. Matthews, S. Paradise, R. Campell, A. Miles, N. Gallina, F. Piscitelli, M.
McKeong Row Three: L. Nickelson, L. McMahon, D. Martin, M, LaVere, F. Petrosino, D. Nicandri, S. Faiola, D. Mellini: Row
Four: N. Hunt, K. Lewis, A. Giovanni, C. McDermott, D, Lyke, G. Updyke, E. Kelsey, C. Young: Row Five: S. Pennacchio, K.
Nicoletta, P. Myers, R. Leone, D. Paciulli, K. Morgan, S. Micsastro, L. Parish: Row Six: E. Patti, S. Morse, A. Moreland,
C. Moylan, B. Foulkrod, S. Saracino, M. McDermott
Row One: S. Aronson, J. Horton, L. Johns, R. Harby, D. Babbitt, T. Cook, T. Kohinke, D. Hoster, P. Conley, Row Two: M
Juffs, J. Cafolla, S. Page, W. Jones, J. Johnson, J. Huntington, S. Curry, S. Buloga, E. Bova, Row Three: B. Bonkowski
B. Breaux, B. Knapp, P. Hayes, D. Hill, L. Healy, E. Callaghan, R, Lariheeg Row Four: T. Amidon, S. Bellomo, E. Brand, K.
Hart, D. Ashley, D. Cottengim, C. Griffith, G. Baldussarri: Row F1'1'0: D. Biliu, A. Hurd, E. Keller, A. Holtze, B. Bows, D
Adcluna, S. Brown, L. Balaisdell: Row Six: K. Yakcley, K. PLlI'iSll, A. Giovannini, N. Buntwvanis, T. Calzlbro, J. Thorpe, P
Row One: D. Tompkins, R. Stowell, R. Stowell, J. Rosenkrans, P. Mount, B. Santpierro, C. Rogers, G. Spaid, M. Seeley, .l
Stubbs, Row Two: S. Secor, D. Rogers, L. Knox, J. Uticone, B. Turner, D. Tyler, R. Peterman, R. Pelerman, A. Amidong
Row Three: J. Sposa, L. Markel, J. Lasllbrook, S. Ireland, A. Suffredin, A. Stratton, S. Smith, J. Proveneher, J. Rhoadesg
Row Four: L. Turks-tt, S. Povero, L. Leonard, S. Russo, S. Zona, D. Zona, L. Backus, E. Updykeg Row Five: .l. LaVere, S
Struzyk, C. Kraft, P. Matro, H. Welsh, M. Scaramuzzino, S. Sorbellog Row Six: S. Brewer, S. Hurd, L. Snyder, K. Scalmassi
J. Tanzarello, C. Pearl, M. Robinson
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A MINUTE BREAK
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FRQSH GET ACQLIAI TED
As Freshmen beginning the year at Mynderse
Academy, We felt insignificant and unwanted. How-
ever, We soon became involved in the election of our
class officers and representatives for both the Stu-
dent Council and the Junior Red Cross. Later par-
ticipation in the many sports and clubs available,
helped us to become better acquainted.
As a result of hard work, our entry in the Frosh-
Soph Play Tournament, Dial M for Mother, was well
received even though our rivals, the Sophomores,
Our Freshman Class dance, MPopsicles and
Iciclesf, gave us an opportunity to socialize. The
gym was transformed from its usual look into a
fantasy where lollipops grew on trees and giant ice
cream novelties, represented on the walls, made our
mouths water. Everyone appeared to have an en-
joyable evening of dancing to the music of The
The Frosh-Soph Picnic, a cooperative effort,
wound up the yearas activities.
The key that unlocks the treasure chest has been
revealed to us. Our class hopes to use it wisely while
at Mynderse Academy.
Class of 1967
Looking forward to their years at Mynderse are
the Freshman Class officers: James Marrapese,
Sec.g Sam Scibona, Pres., Bill Nearpass, Treas.g
Charles Deal, Vice-Pres.
FRESHMAN CLASS ADVISORSAReviewing -the
success of the Freshman Dance are Mr. Linwood
Kemp, Mr. James Pierce, Mrs. Lucille Plummer,
Miss Joyce Nicandri, and Mr. Doyle Rhoades.
Row One: K. Bost, A. Cooper, R. Rosenkrans, R. Turri, D. DcLelys, W. Reigel, C. Jones, E. Healy: Row Two: M. Houk, F
Brucll, T. Der Cole, L. Parish, A. Carnevale, B. Mills, B. MacDonald, M. Crottong Row Three: R. Marr, D. Uticone, B
Foulkrod, P. Loughlin, C. Swenson, J. Crough, E. Lawler: Row Four: C. Same, D. Fredigh, J. Parks, A. DelPapa, F. Cernig
lia, T. Messecar, E. Brink, Row Five: M. Pacelli, J. Errico, J. Sinicropi, M. Bentley, J. Rogers, K. Sandronig Row Six: R
Doty, J. Ferrara, C. Pagano, P. Scattaglia, C. Ware
Row One: S. Boyce, R. Cerza, D. Ashbaugh, P. Rogers, T. Pitts. B. Nearpass, T. Laughlin, J. Farneyg Row Two: J. Simone
P. Taber, D. Haiber, D. Turkett, E. Brady, M. Marrapese, J. Barmlo, Babcock: Row Three: C. Vaughn, S. Prosser, R
Vedors, M. Klionsky, C. Sapp, D. Payne, S. Jones: Row Four: J. Simolo, T. Soper, B. Larzclere, C. Clary, B. Paradise, A
Campagna, D. Durning Row Five: T, Ingundello, P. Malone, L. Hood, M. Spagnola, N. Incarnatl, L. Burchimg Row Six: R
Cummings, M. Mills, C. Burclliln, V. Baldassuri, C. Gigliotti, T. Coleman
Row One: K. Mitchell, M. Pupuano, J. Brand, J. Curnevule, C. Beycu, W. Kelleher, L. liennet, D. Hergertg Row Two: .l
Izzo, F, Scialdone, J. Knurr, S. Paradise, S. Delia, L. McNabb, D. Horguntig Row Three: B. Freeland, J- Nelli, S. Lee, C
Brand, C. Huntington, P. Rumpf, T. Miller, V. Ciovanninig Row Four: .I. Lenl, K. DeButtis, D. Barton, A. Mastcrson, ,l
Ceelen, C. Gilbert, R. Marr, Row Fire: D. Culoggi, T. Hoover, J. lillSCllIllLlI1I1, R. Hull, M. Rea, R. Felice, Row Six: .l. Emcr
ick, S. Lash, S. Sccsny, F. Pussalacqua, M. Pucilio, N. Cupacci
Row One: C. Deal, S. Rasmussen, S. Morris, K. Stone, M. Doyle, T. Hoster, .l. Marrapese, C. Alexander, Row Two: D. Werth
P 2 I . . . .
. Wcscott, C. Hcssney, M. Cramer, P. Paddock, M. Loorrus, N. Anghm, B. Izzog Row Three' S Rltter F Whlte L Russo
H. Shuster, J. Carissimi, G. Buck, A. Pluretiig Row Four: J. We-rnle, W. Lewis, S. Foote, J. .PayLne, P. ,Stratton, Scibonag
Row Five: T. Wlxiting, R. Waugh, F. Sinicropi, B. Rizzieri, D. Dellefave, D. Mead, Row Six: L. Zwick, T. Lewis, R. Furfure
R. Vedora, D. Towers
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l'm drinking H2Og I'm drinking H205
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It's that look in her eye.
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xtracurricular activities are bright and precious
gems in the treasure chest. They serve to complete our
education by providing an opportunity to put into practice
that which we learn in the classroom.
President Kennedy was never too busy to take an
interest in the activities of America's youth and to
encourage them in Worthwhile pursuits.
These clubs and services provide us not only with
valuable experiences, but also with a wealth of happy
memories in the years to come.
1 I M S
CGLINCILI ITIATE PRGJECTS
The Student Council, advised by Mr. Kenneth
Mitchell, initiated new projects to benefit the stu-
dents and faculty.
Plans were begun for a Student Government Day
where a number of the Council officers and mem-
bers assumed the duties of village officials for a day.
They carried out some of last year's programs by
purchasing a new school flag and an outdoor P.A.
system. Also, the Council continued the Foreign
Exchange Student Program.
The Council was brought closer to the students as
clubs sent representatives to the meetings, and al-
ternates were required to attend two meetings a
Also under the Council was the Student Court.
Judge Mike Miller tried to discourage line jumping
and running in the halls by bringing to trial those
offenders summoned to court.
Leading the Student Body in their capacity as Student Council
officers are David Swenson, Vice-Pres.g Ronald Pannucci, Pres.,
Kathleen Farney, Sec.g Michael Miller, Treas.g and William
Row One: T. Pitts, P. Rogers, S. Ritter, F. Scialdone, S. Foote, R. M. Marry Row Two: B. Rosenkrans, C. Marsh, S. Aronson,
D. Tompkins, J. Rosenkrans, J. Moses, J. Cooley, K. Wood, N. Hunt, B. Malone, C. Tompkins, T. Knightg Row Three: B. Johan-
son, C. Pannucci, B. Miller, B. Morgan, J. Midey, R. Verkey, S. Milner, C. Woodward
NATIONAL HO OR SOCIETY
SPONSORED BY BOARD
The National Honor Society is an honorary or-
ganization open to students who possess high stand-
ards of scholarship, leadership, character, and serv-
ice. Because the organization is financially spon-
sored by the Board of Education, the members do
not pay dues.
Two initiation ceremonies, one formal and one
informal, are held yearly. The names of the new
members are kept secret until they are announced
to the entire student body during an assembly pro-
gram. Seniors, only, are received at the informal
ceremony in October. The formal initiation, of both
Juniors and Seniors, is held in the spring and is
highlighted by the
Members receive the gold keystone pins which are
traditional candle lighting.
the national emblem of the Honor Society.
The single activity of the organization, which is
guided by Mrs. Helen Spencer, is the annual tea
for the members, their parents, and teachers.
Top Row: K. Hilbert, P.
Olmstead, A. Burroughs,
S. Milner, K. Kemak, N.
Lynn, D. Marsh, D.
Morse, D. Shinal, B. Dy-
son, M. Conleyg Second
Row: H. Garnsey, R.
Kautz, C. Tompkins, C.
Sly, M. Miller, W. Co-
loggig Third Row: V.
Marsh, W. Malone, P.
Nearpass, C. Cooper, E.
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Christine Cooper serves at annual tea
Row One: P. Nearpass, J. Kelley, R. Kautz, K. Hilbert, P. Weiss, P. Olmstead, C. Garnsey, W. Malone, A. Sinicropig Second
Row: J. Gleason, D. Romeo, C. Tompkins, D. Marsh, J. DeBernardisg Third Row: D. Shinal, M. Fitzgerald, B. Dyson, T. Ad-
ler, M. Conley, V. Marsh, K. Kemak, N. Lynn, J. Midey, H. Coburn, D. Morse.
A Taste of Hobart
TUDENTS ATTE D LECTURE
Twenty-five students, first semester, and twenty-
one students, second semester, attended the Hobart
Seminar program. Designed to give high school stu-
dents in this area an idea of college life, this is a
series of lectures sponsored by Hobart College in
Eight Thursday night classes are presented each
semester, conducted by professors in such fields as
logic, psychology, economics, history, and national
Many of those attending this year, also partici-
pated last year. Members of the National Honor So-
ciety were eligible to attend this year.
At Left: Students board buses fabovel and crowd into the
entryway of a lecture hall fbelowl in the late afternoon
Row One: S. Varricchio, K. Farney, M. Conley, S. Freeland, Seated: K. Valois, C. Paradise, C. Myers, B. Robinson,
N. Lynn, K. Kemak, C. Cooper, K. Toomey, M. Waters, D. Lockwood, R. Curnevale, B, Markel, M. Angarola, S. Morse,
M. Maloneg Row Two: D. Shinal, D. Morse, P. Giansante, P. Connors, J. Meyers, I. Coleman, J. Huntington, K. Jen-
sen, E. Healy, J. Cooley, J. Buck, J. Baldasarri, K. Webla, C. Zwald, K. Burroughs, S. Ely, M. Fitzgerald, J. Moore
FGRTY-SIX SER EI LIBRARY
This year, as in the past, the Library Club has
Under the supervision of Miss Theresa Conlpitcllo, advisor, Violette
Marsh, Pres., Anne Burrough, Trees., Brooke Brewer, Vice-Pres.,
club was composed of forty-Six members, Selected and Barbara Dyson, See., read previous minutes.
assisted in the smooth operation of the library. The
from the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes.
The girls serve on desk duty about once every
five Weeks during their study periods. This year
a few girls volunteered time during homeroom and
eighth period to chase down over-due and lost
hooks. Besides aiding the librarian and advisor to
the club, Miss Theresa Compitello, the members gain
valuable information concerning the proceedings
of the library.
The club meets every second and fourth Monday
of the month. During the meetings, members hear
book reviews, explanations of references, and take
diagnostic tests on hooks occasionally.
mes Ring at Christmas
GLEE CLUBS AGAIN COMBINED
Directed by Miss Kathleen VerHow, the Boys, and
Girls' Glee Clubs were again joined into a single unit.
The Varsity Choir is divided into five sections, each
with its own leader. The boys comprise the tenor and
bass sections, while the girls, voices range from alto to
first and second soprano.
A Christmas program included cooperation from the
Student Council and the Projection Club, which pro-
vided the unusual sound effectsyhey presented Why the
Chimes Rang, which was narrated by lVlr. Raymond
Winthrop. Mrs. Doris Marsh accompanied the Choir on
the piano. The annual Spring Concert was held in
May for Mynderse Academy students and the general
Reviewing music for the spring concert are: Miss
Kathleen VerHow and Mrs. Doris Marsh.
As a continuation of last year's reorganization,
the Band officers, headed by President Mike Kaye,
emphasized the need for quality of performance.
Also, this year the Majorettes added to the qual-
ity of the band performances. They also served as
usherettes for band and chorus concerts during the
year. Participating in a number of parades last sum-
mer, they took first prize for twirling at County
Fair in Waterloo.
With the addition of a new school flag, the color
guard expanded to a five girl team. They performed
precision drills in parades and all the football half-
Practicing the Ac Ease position are color guards: M. Klionsky, D. Kohinke, C. Huntington M Loomis T Hoover
AND STRIDES FUR QUALITY
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Admiring three of their
latest awards are band
officers : K. Farney,
Vice-Pres.g J. Lyke,
Soph. Rep.g T. Munn,
Treas.g C. Gigliotti, Fr.
Rep.g G. Spaid, Jr.
Rep.g K. Hilbert, Sr.
Rep.g M. Kaye, Pres.g
M. Hoster, Sec.g T. Ad-
The Bride Wore Blue
MARCHINC5 BAND WINS FIRST AWARD
Since the arrival of Mr. Anthony Lapinsky three years ago, Mynderse Academy has
taken greater pride in its marching band which is now called The Mynderse Marching
Blue. The hand's most notable achievement during the past year was a first place
award taken at the Third Annual Aqua Festival, causing Mr. HL" to comment, "At
last a brideln
The band also marched in a number of parades including the Gorham Pageant of
Bands in June, The Waterloo County Fair Where it took third prize, and The Seneca
Falls Firemen's Parade. Finishing up the summer, the Marching Blue competed with
other hands from all parts of New York at the State Fair where it placed in the upper
half of the high schools represented. This is a notable gain over the previous year,s
placement in the lower third.
With the beginning of school, the band also began preparation for half-time shows
at football games. Well executed routines were based on such motifs as '4Memories,"
"My Fair Lady," a Latin American theme, and, as a finale for the Waterloo game, a
D. Cologgi, T. Hoover,
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kowski, K. Debottis
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Players Adorned With Gold
CONCERTS BRI G PUBLIC APPLAUSE
Members of the Concert Band achieved a new look this year when they appeared in
handsome navy blue blazers with a gold and white emblem sewn to their breast pock-
ets. Their purpose-to develop among the students an appreciation for fine music and
to provide entertainment-appears to have become more of a reality.
As a result of individual and sectional rehearsals, the band gave well received per-
formances that began with the Thanksgiving Assembly when it not only performed as a
unit, but it provided an accompanying support to the Varsity Chorus, singing of 4'The
Battle Hymn of the Republic" which was dedicated to the late President Kennedy.
The people of Seneca Falls show a growing appreciation also, as is evidenced by the
increased numbers who came to the public performances of the Christmas Program,
the Spring Concert and to the 1963 Weekly summer concerts at the handstand on the
shore of Van Cleef Lake.
ous, P. Weiss
.l. Lyke, G. McAninch
N. Gigliotti, T. Knight,
J. Brand, R. Stowell
E. Healey, T. Kohinke,
T. Adler, M. Lavere,
P. Loomis, J. More-
land, T. Pitts, C. Sly,
T. Soper, W. Rizzieri,
1 P. Giunsante
.l. Crough, T, Hoster,
C. Kohinke, T. Tan-
R. Doty, C. Garnsey,
M. Kaye, R. Stowell,
.I R. RED CROSS
This year the total contribution collected hy the
Junior Red Cross amounted to approximately 184-
dollars, an average of 18.5 cents per student. Mrs.
Thorpeis Junior homeroom 40 collected the largest
The Mynderse Academy chapter of the Junior
Red Cross again reached a one-hundred per cent
enrollment. The chapter has maintained this record
every year since it was established here.
The money that is collected by the Junior Red
Cross is used explicitly for aid to children stricken
by disaster or disease.
Heading the Mynderse Academy Chapter this year
are Sue Ireland, Treas.g Steve Bull, Vice-Pres.g
Patty Anetta, Sec.g Jim Marino, Pres.
Row One Kon slepsj: W. Whiting, W. Nearpass, A
Siviglia, D. Johnson, K. Stone, A. Sinicropi, S. Delia'
K. Bostg On Stage: A. Batty faboveb, K. Wood the
neathlp Row Two: D. Scalmassi, B. Morgan, S. P0
vero, R. Headley, J. Emerickg Row Three: P. Matro
C. Frapolli, M. Angarola, T. Wlliting
.N.A. LDOKS TQW RD SERVICE
This year, as a result of Jodie Payne's injury in
football, the Future Nurses of America initiated
plans for a student tutoring program to aid those
who are absent from school for an extended length
of time. Another service was the making of favors
for Thanksgiving and Easter dinner trays at local
Accompanied hy Mrs. Thelma Wycke1', advisor,
the club made several field trips, including one by
Row One: K. Brand, J.
Sullivan, J. Bonkowski,
E. Robson. S. O'Brien, L.
A. Lashhrook, J. Pro-
vencher, J. Winkle, J.
Good, J. Moses, K. .len-
sen, J. Huntington, R.
Wardg Row Two: S. La-
Tulipy J. LaVere, B.
Lyke, S. Morse, J. Bat-
taglia, L. Markel
Officers beneath stairs:
CAboveJ Mary Ellen
VanRiper, Pres., Mar-
garet Burroughs, Vice-
Pres., Marlene Cooley,
Sec., Isabelle Mitchell,
the Senior girls, to three open houses at Genessee,
Highland, and Strong Memorial Hospitals in Bo-
chester. The entire club looked into the four year
college program at Keuka College. Other trips were
taken to Auburn Memorial. Willar'fl State, and
The year ended with the annual mother'-dauglr
A. Holtze, A. Cline-President, J. Valenti, C. Jones, C. Alexander, K. Saunders-Secretary-Treasurer, J. Cafolla-Vice-Presb
dent, A. Campagana, Center-Mr. Becker
CAMERA CLUB CPE TO LL
The Camera Club, meeting every other Monday, is
one of the teaching clubs at Mynderse Academy. The
club, which is open to all students, has no special
Eastman Kodak Company of Rochester sent films
to be used as teaching aids. Camera Club partici-
pants were given instruction on such camera tech-
niques as lens adjustment and the use of the timer.
Also they were instructed in the principles of the
Polaroid camera, making use of the new camera
purchased by the Myndersian.
Through the joint efforts of Mr. Becker, as ad-
visor to the Camera Club, and the art department, a
showing of the Kodak Scholastic Photo Award Ex-
hibit of 1963 was put on display in the front foyer
Below are members of the Camera Club watching Adventures in
Outdoor Slides, one of a two part series in Kodachrome photog-
raphy obtained from Eastman Kodak Company.
Standing: G. Garnsey, P. Flynn, K. Reigel, R. Pannucci, Mr. Brown, F. Kelly, F. Petrisino, J. Cafola, S. Faiolag Seated
L. Bennett, M. Curry, R. Kautz, B. Van Houten. R. Doty. P. Ciansante, D. Uticone, S. Pennacchio.
PROJECTIQN CLUB ROLLS REEL
'cWhen more audio-visual aids are ordered, welll
be presenting themf' stated Mr. Lloyd Brown when
he assumed the duties of the Projection Club along
with the duties of coordinating the audio-visual
program at Mynderse Academy this year.
The members of the club have energetically prov-
en that they are capable of the task, for they have
projected films, run tape recorders, recorded band
and choir performances and provided canned music
for school dances. Dave Crull was singularly re-
sponsible for operating the public address system
at all home basketball games.
Maintenance is another duty which is primarily
the responsibility of Captain Francis Kelly and
C0-Captain Bruce Van Houten. Membership is open
on a voluntary basis to all boys who must attend
training sessions in order to qualify as operators.
They are given assigments during their study
periods and when attending a class where their
service is needed.
Checking the equipment to be used are: Captain, Francis
Kellyg C0-Captain, Bruce Van Houteng Apprentice, Tom
SCIENCE CLUB LOOKS TOWARD FUTURE
Under the direction of Mr. Samuel Dickieson,
the Science Club provides an opportunity for inter-
ested students to become better acquainted with
various scientific fields. Throughout the year, the
club entertained lectures on different subjects in-
cluding the Montezuma Game Refuge and work on
conservation, viewed films, such as one dealing
with-chromalologyg and took field trips to the Os-
wego Planetarium. Cornell University Observatory,
and the science fair held annually in Brockport.
As an added service, the members gave up a
study hall each week to help in administering chem-
istry and physics labs. This task included anything
from cleaning up the remains of experiments to ac-
tually giving aid to the students.
Shown here dissecting a cat are Science Club officers Peggy
Burroughs, Sec.-Trez1s.g Nick Boyce, Vice-Pres., Bon Hoover,
Pres., Happy Wl1cele1', Sergemzt-at-Arnzs.
Row One: W. Cologgi, B. Dombrowski, J. Kelley, C. Wilson, .l. Kelsey, C. Yells, M. Curry, J. Eastman, S. Page,
G. Patterson, B. Valois, R. Bumpf, H. Carnsey, F. Pelrosina, P. Olmstead, D. Hayes, J. Collcyg Row Two: G.
Garnsey, P. Ciunsante, N. Bantuvanis, K. Weller, J. Tanzarellog Row Three: S. Ireland, K. Wood, K. Webb, K.
Burroughs, S. Morse, J. Baldasarrig Row Four: J. Moore, M. Fitzgerald, D. Morse, B. Bowes, J. Addona, K.
"I give up' Where do I Qlgllg
Titrating with a bu-
rette, at left, are Mr.
Dickieson and Bill
Cologgi who attended
the Conference on the
Atom, 1963, in No-
vember at Chicago.
Bill was one of six
students in upper
New York state to be
sponsored by the New
York State Electric
and Gas Co.
Row One: M. J. Yarmer, P. Weiss, S. Tyler, J. DiDominick, J. Piper, J. Sullivan, E. Becker, C. Young, D. Santpietrog
Row Two: M. DeStefano, B. Scowcroftg Row Three: H. Magargle, B. Ward, J. Buck, S. Helpard, S. Paradiseg Row
Four: C. Tzivani, J. Winkleg Row Five: L. Blaisdell, K. Davis, J. Calabro, M. Robinson
F.H. .L RGESTI HISTQRY
The Future Homemakers of America, under the
direction of Mrs. Dorothy Lee, is a club devoted
to making its members aware of the jobs faced by
homemakers. With no requirements for member-
ship, more girls joined the club this year than ever
before in the school's history.
Each year the club continues former programs
and initiates new projects. A series of lectures by
guest speakers was begun. Patricia Priess, a local
beautician, spoke on hairstyling and make-up.
A bake sale for the faculty was also organized.
Teachers were provided with order blanks which
listed items for sale to be filled by the student chefs.
Past programs which were continued included
the teachers' tea and an annual Christmas party.
The year was brought to a close with a mother-
As Judy Good, Pres., removes cake from oven, it is inspected
by Bernice Robinson, Treas.g Gloria Paradise, Vice-Pres., and
Charlene Oldfield, Sec.
ABOVE, Standing: D. Johnson, L. Dotey, T. Ko-
hinkeg Seated: J. Dean, J. Christopher, D. Hos-
ter, J. Ryan, G. Adams.
REVAMPS F.F. .
The Future Farmers of America, with Mr. Sher-
rill Weeks as its new advisor, completed an active
year of reorganization.
Some of its activities included the establishment
of a work program and the distribution of small
Work calendars to the faculty and among the stu-
The sodbusters listened to and watched demon-
strations on different phases of agriculture. As
usual, the club maintained its refreshment stand at
the home football games, sharing the proceeds with
Members were active in several competitions, dis-
playing their talents and abilities in parliamentary
procedure, agricultural forum, and oratorical con-
BELOW, Mr. Weeks watches while Jim Ryan and
Dennis Johnson sieve paint before pouring it in the
The pians Produce Drama
Discussing the progress of Frosh-Soph play rehearsals are:
Dorothy Kohinke, Sec., Kathy Hilbert, Vice-Pres., Bob Kautz,
Pres., and Jim Wade, Treas.
Wig and Rouge, dedicated to bringing to Myn-
derse students and faculty a greater appreciation
of the dramatic arts, began the year by providing
stage crew personnel for the one-act play, Summer
Fury, which was presented by the Geneseo State
Teachers College Drama Department in October.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Lucille Plummer,
members of the club directed the annual Frosh-
Soph Play Tournament with the award for best di-
rection going to the committee for the sophomore
production Ringing in the Groom. Proceeds from
the admission price of ten cents goes toward im-
provement of stage equipment or theatrical mate-
During the second semester, the club initiated
new members, attended a play in a nearby city
and closed the year with the election of new officers.
Knight, L. Nelson
Back: S. Ely, J.
Kelly, D. Shields,
R. Larson, M. Wat-
ers, B. Brewer, S.
Milner, C. Pannuc-
ci, R. Pannucci, I.
Coleman, K. Ke-
mak, S. Bull, M.
Curry, T. Fergusong
Front: K. Valois, K.
Weller, M. Conley,
K. Farney, W. Ma-
lone, B. Dombrow-
ski, G. Patterson,
K. Jenson, F.
Acanthus Club Sponsors Faculty A
A highlight of Acanthus Clubis service to the
school was a Faculty Art Exhibit displayed in
the foyer during December. Members of the fac-
ulty and administration of the Seneca Falls Central
School District were asked to enter at least one
piece of art which is an example of their avocation-
al interests. The show included oil and watercolor
paintings, tempera and charcoal figure sketches, ce-
ramic ware, terra cotta sculpture, and copper tool-
The annual dinner honoring officers and seniors
was held in October to begin the year, rather than
in May to close it. Mrs. Shirley Patterson spoke
on her experiences with Hallmark Greeting Card
Company and its patronage of the fine arts.
The traditional Christmas Door Decorating Con-
test, open to all homerooms, was won by Mrs. Oli-
ver's junior homeroom 59. A chocolate cake was
presented to the class on the last day before the
Taking inventory of the Highlights of Printmaking exhibit loaned
from the Everson Museum of Art are, Standing: Susan Freeland,
Pres., Williston Brewer, Publiy, Margaret Fitzgerald, Sec., Johanna
Moore, Vice-Pres., Deborah Dowse, Treats.: Kneeling: Eileen Lawler,
Program Chair., and Cynthia Neal, Projects Chair.
Row One: C. Zwald, E.
Bellomo, J. Addonag Row
Two: P. Ciansante, J. ,len-
sen, S. l.aTulip, C. Myers,
M. Wallace, C. Brady, G.
Giovanni, S. Helpard, G.
McDermottg Center: K.
Mitchell, S. Ely, S. Secorg
Row Three: E. Robson, .l.
Brown, S. O'Brien, K.
Reviewing classwork are:
Bill Malone, Pres.: .lose
Armsg Barb Hunt, Sec.g
Nancy Hunt, Co-Rec.g
.lane Rosenkrans, Treas.g
Terri Hoover, Rep.
S ANISH LLIB IN SECGND YE R
El Circulo Espanol is the newest club at Mynderse
Academy. It was organized last year, but more
completely this year by Mr. Linwood Kemp, who is
new on the faculty.
Membership is selective. ln order to be eligible, a
student must have a minimum average grade of
eighty-five in Spanish and the approval of the club
Meetings, held on Thursday of the first and third
activity weeks of each month, were devoted to the
study of Spanish culture and civilization. Guests
were invited to speak on the contemporary aspects
and current events of Latin American countries.
These emphases brought the members a better under-
standing of the countries south of the border.
Although the first meetings were conducted in
English, hablemos Espanol solamente gradually be-
came the rule.
Row One: R. Moderhak, E. Swenson, B. Brewer, E. Healy, V. Baldassarri, F. Knight, J. Errico, P. Rumph, K.
Hart, K. Wood, J. Huntington, K. Matthewsg Row Two: D. Miller, J. Lashbrook, B. Bowes, K. Burroughs, J.
Moses, C. Zwaldg Row Three: S. Povero, P. Meyers, S. Ireland, K. Webb, N. Bantuvanisg Row Four: S. Aron-
son, W. Jones, J. Lyke, S. Page, L. Hartman
FRENC CLUB IN 35th YE R
Le Cerele Francais, now advised by Mrs. Anne A MM
Seld, was organized in 1928 with one common in-
terest-to learn more about the life and customs of
France. This idea is carried out in the various club
Mrs. George Fogarty was invited to one of the
meetings to speak to the club on modern-day
France. Regular meetings, which were conducted
in French, consisted of various educational games.
Since membership qualifications are based on
grades, only twenty French students are inducted
yearly. At the initiation meeting, a new member is
required to act out a skit, sing French songs, or
present his autobiography written in French.
The club terminated its activities in May with
an annual banquet when French Club pins were
presented to Senior members.
Surrounding Le President du Cercle D. Romeo are K. Kemak,
Le Ministre sans Portefeuilleg R. Rumph, Le President du Con-
seil, R. Youngs, Le Miniszre flu Tresorg R. Carnevale, Le Min-
istre des Programmesg P. Connors, Le Ministre de l'Ecrirure.
Row One: J. DeBernardis, A. Burroughs, M. J. Yarmer, J. Payne, T. Ryck, B. Dombrowski, H.
Sanderson, A. Wormuth, W. Valois, N. Boyce, H. Garnsey, J. Marino, R. Miller, Row Tufo: G.
Garnsey, B. Austin, T. Adler, S. Milner, I. Coleman, D. Shields, N. Lynn, T. Loughlm, P.
Giansanteg Row Three: S. LaTulip, M. Conley, M. Carter, M. Burroughs, D. Shinal, P. Desaro,
B. Dyson, K. Farney
Row One: C. Wood-
wood, C. Tompkins, T.
Knight, S. Milner
Row Two: M. Fitzger-
ald, J. Moore, P. Con-
nors, D. Lockwood
Row Three: D. Shinal,
MICROPHCNE INFORMS STUDENTS
Featuring regular news items, special columns,
and information on sports, school activities, birth-
days, and current fashions, the Microphone kept
the students Well informed. The staff put out ten
issues, including its annual Christmas edition, for
a subscription fee of one dollar per year.
The paper continued its policy of printing letters
to the editors, thus allowing students to express their
views on current topics, situations at Mynderse
Academy, and editorials.
ln October, Dawn Shinal and Brooke Brewer,
co-editors, attended the Empire State School Press
Association Journalism Conference held at Syracuse
University. This helped broaden their knowledge
of newspapers and copy writing, which was seen in
the layouts and news headings of later issues.
The Microphone, advised by Mrs. Madeline Smith
and Mr. Theodore Kohinke, was printed again by
Carpenter-He Print of Geneva.
EDITORIAL STAFF: Standing: V,,Mar5h, K, Jensen, D. Romeo, R. Pannucci, B. Jones, D. Morse, K. Wood, P. Ciansante,
B. Bowesg Center: C. Neal, K. Webb, K. Hartg Seated: E. Healey, D. Bilia, L. Nelson, M. Conley, A. Vedora, S. LaTu1ip, K.
Famey, B. J. Swenson
TYPISTS: Standing: L. Monteverdi, J. Val-
jg-J.-nA3,w enti, D. Wheat, P. Giansante, J. Meyers, M.
if , 1 -in Angarola, S. Scibonag Seated: E. Kosowski,
E. Robson, B, Hunt, D. Marsh, M. E. Pad.
E 25.2. j
FRESHMEN SELLERS: Left Up: C. Cigliotti, S. Babcock, M. Pacellig Right
Down: T. Hoover, R. Schuster '
YE RBOOK STRIVES FOR HIGHER GOAL
Barb Dyson, EDITOR, and Carol Woodward, BUSINESS
MANAGER, look at last year's trophy.
PHOTOCRAPHIC STAFF members looking over
picture choices are: T. Munn, Editorg P. Gentile, T.
Knight, N. Lynn, D. Shields.
A higher goal was set for us in October at the
Empire State School Press Conference held at Syra-
cuse University. Our editor Barbara Dyson accepted
the trophy given to the 1963 Mynclersian for the
Best Yearbook Award in Class II in New York State.
The dedication resulted in unique problems for
the staff. We would like to express our appreciation
to both the news bureau at the White House for
the photographs depicting the Kennedy Administra-
tion and Dawn Shinal for writing the material used
on the section pages. Our thanks, also, goes to Cliff
Tompkins for the sports stories.
Many students have only memories of their years
at Mynderse Academy, but the staff has strived to
make this yearbook serve as a tangible treasure of
our work and the experiences we have gained.
A special staff in charge of lay-out was added to
the production line. This permitted the art staff to
use all their time on the art work. The literary staff
placed a greater emphasis on news value, highlight-
ing special achievements throughout the year.
Discussing the progress of the yearbook are Mr. Saunders,
Editorial Advisor, and Mr. Becker, Business Advisor.
BUSINESS STAFF CAt Rightb-Row One: H. Magargel,
J. Valenti, J. Morehouse, E. Kosowski, E. Robson, J. Mey-
ers, B. Brewer, K. Buck, K. Morehouse: Row Two: B.
O'Neil, D. Prosser, E. J. Swenson, C. Myers, L. Rhoades
C. Regan, J. Waltersg Row Three: J. Luman, R. Sohus
LITERARY STAFF CBelowJsRow One: M. E. VanRiper,
S. LaTulip, K. Hilbert, L. Nelson, M. J. Yarmer, D. Morse,
V. Marsh, Editor: C. Tompkinsg Row Two: M. Conley, D.
Shinal, M. Burroughs
ART STAFF fBelowJ-R. Hoover, Editor, S. Freeland,
K. Farney, M. Waters, L. Monteverdi
LAY-OUT STAFF-.5tanding: M. Miller, R
Duck, Seated: D. Piscitelli, R. Neal, P. Car-
TYPISTS CLeftJ-Row One: A. Burroughs, D. Wheat, A. Calarcog
Row Two: C. Paradise, B. Robinson, M. Angarola, D. Marsh, Row
Three: S, Scihona, P. Connors, C. Cooper, Manager: M. E. Paddock
Brooke and her Columbian visitor, Marta.
But, Mr. Winthrop, I gave you my assignment before Christmas.
Left: Did we look
like that four years
Right: Hmm, About
two points, Bob.
Putting our Best Fool Forward took work.
T0 REMEMBI R
The Senior Doors remained closed on a cold
Monday in November, but we were not
All the time, it's rush, rush, rush.
Right: Oka oka
Coach, we're, sorry?
strong and healthy body is 'one of life's most
valuable treasures. Through intramurals and inter-
scholastic competition, the sports field becomes the
battleground where trophies are won and heroes are
Only a few are chosen to prove themselves in the
oval arena of the White House where endurance must
surpass handicaps and a personls strength becomes a
ing athletic ability in
Mynderse are: Row One:
P. Nearpass, R. Duck,
J. Swan, W. Whiting, C.
Tompkins, R. Kautz, N.
Gigliotti, W. Maloneg
Row Two.' J. Knight, G.
Patterson, D. Comernis-
kyg Row Three: R. Jo-
hanson, R. Frappolli, P.
Gentile, J. Wade, D.
Swenson, D. King, T.
BLOCK HOLDS WCRK DAY
The Block M served Mynderse Academy again in
many capacities during the year. Its major achieve-
ment was a contribution to the Student Council that
made possible the purchase of an outdoor public
address system, now in use at outdoor athletic
events. A work day was held to raise the money.
For the first time, the Block M joined with the
Future Farmers of America to operate the refresh-
ment stand at football games. They also continued
to sell programs at athletic events. Another project
of the club was to sell refreshments and assist at
home basketball games. Block M again donated the
trophies given at the sports assemblies.
The triumvirate of Mr. George Davis, Mr. Ray-
mond Bullis, and Mr. William Morrison advised
the club and guided the Senior officers.
Senior boys leading the Block M are: R. Verkey, Pres.,
M. Miller, Vice-Pres.g J. Marino, Sec.g F. Knight, Tf6l1S.j
W. Pagano, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Block M members serve at basketball games by selling pop and taking tickets at the door.
GA. . I4th YE R
Supervising girls sports are: P. Olmstead, Seatedg R.
Neal, S. Milner, B. Brewer, A. Calarco.
This year the Girl's Athletic Association com-
pleted its fourteenth year of service. The G.A.A.,
under the supervision of Miss Angeline Bantuvan-
is, who returned the second semester after a short
leave of absence, has, as its goal, the promotion of
good sportsmanship and the encouragement of in-
terest in girlss sports.
The major part of the year was spent in reor-
ganizing. They aided in the cheering clinic held
at Mynderse Academy last fall. They directed par-
ticipation in several away basketball playdays and
donated the girls, sports awards given at the end of
the year. A revised point system was used to deter-
mine the winners of these awards.
HEERLE DER E
The Cheerleaders played hostesses in November to
the Central Western A.W.P.E.N.Y.S. Cheerleader
Clinic which was conducted by Lawrence R. Herki-
mer, Executive Secretary of the National Cheer-
leaderis Association. The clinic featured a fashion
show of uniforms, demonstrations of yells, and a
discussion about crowd psychology.
A new method of rotating captains was introduced
VARSITY SQUAD S
Made up of .lunior and Senior girls,
the varsity team cheers all varsity games.
Standing: are T. Sczech, L. Bonard, L.
Monteverdig Kneeling: S. Milner, K.
Garret, K. Rogers, A. Calarco, B. Austin
this year that allows each girl to have the experi-
ence of filling that position.
Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity squads spent
much time practicing in order to lead the cheer-
ing sections during all kinds of Weather. The girls
boosted attendance and morale at the football and
basketball games by posting signs and slogans in
JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD
Members of the J.V. squad are Fresh-
man and Sophomore girls, Standing:
P. Myers, N. Hunt, S. Sorbello, D. Biliag
Seated: K. Scalmassi, C. Pagano, M.
A., Robinson, K. Sandroni
Standing in line-up position are: T. Calabro, A. Hurd, S. Young, F. Scialdone, B. Breaux, J. Uticone, J. Wilcox, R. Peterman,
S. Page, B. Jones, G. Patterson, N. Gigliotti, R. Rescorl, R. Hoover, D. Rhoades, Coach: G. Adams, Mgr.
CROSS COL! TRY
BECOMES MAJOR CONTE DER
September 27, at Seneca Falls:
October 4, at Canandaigua:
October 11, at Auburn:
October 16, at Seneca Falls:
Penn Yan 37
October 25, at Geneva:
FINGER LAKES CHAMPIONSHIPS
November 1, at Rochester:
Cross-country has become increasingly popular
and was a major contending team in 1963. Coach
Doyle Rhoades has worked with the team since it
was introduced here as an interscholastic sport three
The distance runners posted a 2-2 record last fall
in league dual meets. They scored decisive Wins
over Canandaigua and Waterloo, while losing to
Geneva and Penn Yan. This was good for a third
The Blue Devils also finished third in the Finger
Lakes Championships. Captain Nick Gigliotti and
Most Valuable Player Bob Peterman were important
factors in the fine season of the cross-country team.
The 1964 team should be even stronger because
graduation claimed only two members, Ron Hoover
and Nick Gigliotti.
ARSITY TEAM - OUR
DAVE SW EN SON
1-L F-M 23
27 Geneva 7
12 Penn Yan O
0 Lyons 0
14 Clyde 13
21 De Sales 7
12 lVlt. Carmel 0
13 Waterloo 14
BILL CHALKER BILL PAGAN0
Row One: F. Varricchio, D. Emerson, C. Wilson, T. Felber, B. Rosenkrans, B. Nelli, S. Farney, J. Stubbs, A. Wormuth, H.
Wheeler, D. Bellomog Row Two: J. Welliver, A. Batty, T. Miller, D. King, G. Tetor, R. Youngs, D. Romeo, D. Comernisky,
VARSITY DOMI ATE LEAGUE
The Mynderse Academy varsity football team, perennial Wayne-Finger Lakes power, continued its domina-
tion of the league in 1963. They lost one game in league play and finished in second place by a one-half game
Both Mr. Davis and Mr. Bullis again coached the team. Unlike many Mynderse Academy teams in the past,
the Blue Devils outweighed almost every opponent in the line. Their tight defense held the opposition to less
than one touchdown per game, while they scored at least two, except in the O-0 tie with Lyons.
The football team reached their peak in defeating Mt. Carmel 12-0 under the most adverse weather condi-
tions. The following week, they battled arch-rival W3tCI'lO0 and lost the game and the championship by one
COACH GEORGE DAVIS COACH RAYMOND BULLIS MANAGERS: R. Reigel, P. Conley
Row One: P. Stratton, W. Larzelere, A. Siviglia, J. Farney, C. Jones, E. Healy, L. Bennett, D. Harby, D. Werth, B. Faulkrod,
E. Incannatog Row Two: T. D'Ercole, F. Buck, B. Turner, M. Doyle, G. Platten, C. Deal, D. Morganti, S. Balogag Row Three:
S. Scibona, P. Spadaro, G. Buck, Managerg J. Horton, S. Ritter, Row Four: F. Felber, S. Rasmussen, E. Bove, N. Gallina, C.
Marsh, L. Johns, M. Seeley, D. Tompkins.
J. V. Football
TEAM'S DEFENSE STAN S OUT
During the 1963 football season, the Junior Var-
sity team fought for a record of four wins and three
losses. None of the three games were lost by more
than one touchdown. The teamis defense limited
their opponents to a total of only twenty-five points
in seven games.
Under the leadership of Mr. Morrison and Mr.
Miller, the boys learned the fundamentals which COACH BILLY
provide a sound basis for playing varsity ball.
We expect to see Emile Bove, Nick Gallina, Jeff
Horton, Charlie Marsh, Sam Rasmussen, Steve Rit-
ter, and Dan Tompkins giving the J .V. and Varsity
squads a boost on the gridiron next season.
. . .
:Lil f'riQSir"' 'S-",ags'--f , E. . , Iles-
5' E7iV 'tn .35 f 9 If . Y
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4 ,5 ,ish
Comprising a team with great de
termination are: Row One: R. Jo
hanson, R. Kaye, R. Verkey, P
Nearpass, C. Tompkinsg Row Two.
F. Knight, D. Romeo, D. Comer-
nisky, D. Lynch
ARSITY HQOPSTERS HU TLE
The 1963-64 Mynderse Academy basketball team
hustled and fought its way to a respectable record
and a fine season.
Because the team was composed of many veterans
from the previous year, the team had poise and
balance. Several close games were won during the
year, and experience was a large factor in these
Coach Miller molded the veterans and hot-shoot-
ing Juniors and Sophomores into a smooth running,
efficient team. The Blue Devils featured a fast-
breaking, running offensive game and combined it
with a tight defense to win ball games. An important
part of their type of game was great determination
After an early season slump, the boys caught fire
and seemed to improve as the season wore on. The
returning players next year should have another fine
COACH ROBERT MILLER
D. Turket, S. Aronson, JI Horton, L. Johns, F. Felber, Coach 0'Connor, J. Moylon, M. Seeley, E. Bove, D. Tompkins,
L. McNabb: Seated: G. Buck
J. V. CAGEMEN LOSE PL YERS
Get that rebound.
9' Eff " ' ., at i.
The junior varsity basketball team, under the di-
rection of Mr. O'Connor, carried a record of five
wins and five losses at midseason. One of the losses
was a non-league game with Romulus. Before the
loss of three top players, Steve Farney, Charlie
Marsh, and Fran Piscitelle, to the varsity team, the
team had suffered only two defeats. These were to
the league leaders, Waterloo and Penn Yan, to the
latter by one point.
Most of the other teams in the league have im-
proved along with our basketball team. Their rec-
ords this year were better than the previous years.
Steve Aronson, Fran Felber, and Larry McNabb
seem likely prospects to make the varsity team next
year and help it to the top.
Row One: Coach O'Connors, R. Hoover, I. Salotti, D. Maloney, M. Kaye, T. Masten, P. Cummings, G. Wycker, R. Verkeyg
Second Row: R. Frappolli, J. Marino, W. Szczech, R. Catchpole, R. Duck, P. Gentile, T. Scattaglia, P. Marsella, C. Tompkins
VARSITY B T MEN HAVE GOOD YE R
The 1963 varsity baseball team fielded one of the
youngest and most inexperienced nines in recent
years, and the Blue Devils managed to wind up
their season with a 5-13 record.
Capt. Bob Catchpole was the only Senior who
played regularly throughout the season. Mr. 0,Gon-
nor, in his first year at Mynderse Academy, coached
The team was involved in four games with league
opponents that was decided by the margin of one
run. Twin victories over Lyons, 12-10 and 13-6,
were the Blue Devils, best games. They also defeated
Auburn in a non-league game early in the season.
Making use of the Juniors who started at seven
positions last season, the team anticipated being
among the leaders of the league in 1964. Two Sen-
iors who have already won trophies played for the
last time this year. Ray Frappolli and Paul Gentile
won the Most lmproved Player trophies for 1962
and 1963. E
1 Geneva 10
3 Newark 7
2 Penn Yan 11
13 Lyons 6
7 Canandaigua 8
10 DeSales 11
4 Waterloo 5
6 Geneva 15
6 Newark 7
6 Penn Yan 12
12 Lyons 10
10 DeSales 9
3 Waterloo 8
Row One: Coach Dominick.Antinucci, D. Romeo, E. Marr, S. Farney, J. Matthews, L. Johns, F. Piscitelli, L. McNabb, J. Wil-
coxg Row Two: J. Valentl, Managerg T. Calabro, S. Saracino, R. Tyler, D. Pignone, L. Cresibene
J. V. BASEBALL F RED BETTER
The 1963 Junior Varsity Baseball team fared
better than the varsity in league competition. They
finished the season with seven wins and seven losses.
All of the games were close and exciting. A com-
bination of good pitching and clutch hitting helped
out in several tight situations.
Highlight of the teamis season was a pair of wins
over arch-rival Waterloo. The Blue Devils won 3-0
the first time they met and duplicated the shut-out
by posting a 2-0 victory the second time.
Don Romeo and Richard Carnevale, two sopho-
mores who performed capably, will aid the varsity
next year. Coach Antinuccfs team was also as-
sisted by two hustling freshmen. Francis Piscitelli
and Steve Farney.
Watching referee's position are: Back Row: P. Stratton, T. Calabro, A. Hurd, I. Wilcox, J. Bowman, A. Hansen J Stubbs
N. Gallina, F. Varicchio, R. Rogersg Demonstrating: P. Cummings, W. Pagano, W. Bellomo, .l'. Swan
GR PPLERS PLACE SECOND
The Mynderse Academy wrestling team under the
direction of Mr. Meyers and Mr. Crosby, ended the
season in a second place tie with Geneva. However,
the grapplers were champions in other respects.
Heavyweight Bill Pagano remained undefeated for
the season. ,lohn Swan, at 133 pounds, scored a
nine-second pin in the match with Clifton Springs.
Placing third in the Auburn Christmas Tourna-
ment, the team produced two champions, John Swan
and Bill Pagano.
Experience was a great factor in this year's team
which was the last team in the conference with an
apparent chance to catch unbeaten Canandaigua.
This year the main section of a 29 by 29 wres-
tling mat was purchased. Next year, a five foot
border will be bought to complete the regulation
COACH "ABE" MEYERS
Comprising the J.V. Wrestling Team are: Back Row: L. Doty, T. Whiting, J. Payne, F. Buck, M. Juffs, S. Ritter, S. Youngs,
W. Reigal, A. Carnevaleg Kneeling, Front Row: D. Werth, T. Grubbatin, K. Reigal, R. Gilla
. V.'S GAI E PERIENC
COACH CHET CROSBY
The Mynderse Academy Junior Varsity Wrestling
Team lost only two matches this year. The two de-
feats came at the hands of powerful, non-league op-
ponents, Corning and Dansville.
The purpose of the wrestling program is to ac-
quaint boys, at the J.V. level, with the funda-
mentals of the sport by providing them with suf-
ficient experience to enter Varsity competition in a
year or two. This purpose seemed to be carried out,
because the varsity wrestling squad was composed
of boys who had been well trained as junior varsity
There are several boys who should go on next
year to represent Mynderse Academy in varsity
competition. Freshmen Steve Ritter and Doug Werth
are two who show such promise.
Record-breakers are: P. Cammuso, A. Uticone, R. Young, V. Bonacci, J. DeBernardis, R. Campbell, N. Gig-
liotti, J. Farula.
BQWLERS SET RECORDS
COACH RAYMOND WINTHROP
The 1963-64 season produced the finest bowling
team ever at lVlynderse Academy. Under the super-
vision of Mr. Raymond Winthrop, the keglers swept
through their schedule with very little difficulty.
ln posting, the Blue Devils set many records. ln a
mid-season match with Clifton Springs, the Myn-
derse five rolled 2877 for an all-time league record.
ln the same match, Pat Cammuso bowled a 256
game for a school record and a 680 series which is
a league record. The Devils have three of the only
four scores of 2800 in the league.
Next year promises to be a continuation of the
fine bowling of Mynderse Academy in recent years.
Joe DeBernardis, Al Uticone, Rog Youngs, and
Rich Campbell will return to lead the team.
BLUE DEVILS TRACK TEAM Mynderse Academy was again well represented
100 YARD DASH B80 RELAY
N. Barbi N. Barbi
J. Gleason J. Horton
D. King R. Kautz
H. Smith T. Miller
R. Youngs D. Smithgall
220 YARD DASH 180 YARD HURDLES
J. Horton garbi
R. Kautz R' Komgm
. . au z
T. Mlller GI Planen
440 YARD DASH
880 YARD RUN
, t ,U ..
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S 235 '4 ai' E.
as defending champions in the Finger Lakes league.
Coached by Mr. Morrison, the thinclads can claim
their victory over Geneva as the first in Blue Devil
ln addition, our team won their meets with Penn
Yan, Waterloo, and Canandaigua. They tied for
first place in the Kiwanis Relays where twenty
teams were competing. Their performance at Auburn
set a stadium record for the shuttle hurdle at 60.1
seconds. The only loss of the season was the non-
league dual meet against Auburn High.
Although Mynderse Academy finished second in
the Finger Lakes Track and Field Championships,
it was represented at the Section V Championships
in Rochester by Nick Barbi, Nick Gigliotti, Bob
Kautz, Bill Pagano, and ,lim Wade.
At the Spring Awards assembly, Nick Barbi re-
ceived the Most Valuable Man award and Bob
Kautz was presented with the lVlost Improved Man
W. Malone, W. Koch, A. Foster, Coach.
Ready for action
are: S. Bull, T.
Knight, W. Koch,
D. Lynch, P. Near-
pass, W. Malone,
A1 Foster, Coach.
The 1963 Mynderse tennis team became the first
in the schoolis history to win the Wayne-Finger
Lakes Championship. If you ask our racketers
what was their key to success, they would probably
say, "Mr, Fos'ter's favorite saying, 'Play with con-
The team defeated Phelps, Geneva, Penn Yan,
and Canandaigua both times around. The total rec-
ord of the team's individual matches was thirty-
five wins to five losses.
An unusual twist to the record was that Bill Ma-
lone and Dave Lynch, at singles, and 'Wayne Koch
and Tad Knight, at doubles, remained undefeated
for the season. The second doubles team of Steve
Bull and Jim Knight also had an impressive record.
Paul Nearpass won the Finger Lakes tournament
and did very well in the sectionals at Rochester.
At the Spring Sport Assembly, the first seven
men received letters, and Dave Lynch was awarded
the trophy given for the most improved player.
GOLFERS HQLD LE GLIE POSITIO
4 De Sales 1
4 De Sales 1
3M Canandaigua 116
3 Geneva 2
5 Geneva O
3 Penn Yan 2
2 Penn Yan 3
The Blue Devil golf team, as defending champions,
successfully held their position in the Finger Lakes
league by winning seven out of eight matches during
the 1963 season. Losing only one golfer through
graduation, Coach James Pierce anticipated another
successful defense this year,
In addition to the league championship, Myn-
derse Academy was well represented at the sectionals
tourney with two boys on the leagueis four man
team. Although we placed second, Blue Devils' Cap-
tain Ron Pannucci won the sectionals individual
In addition to receiving the Most Valuable Player
award as a mainstay of our local team and as a re-
sult of his record, Ron received and accepted a golf
scholarship to Florida State University.
Junior Charlie Wilson was another prize winning
swinger this year who chalked up six wins and two
losses in league play to receive the V.F.W. Best
Record of the Year award.
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Freshman Class, 72-77
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Senior Class, 28-47
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Sports Section, 108-128
Student Council, 80
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Seld, A., 16, 101
Shannon, L., 12, 28
Skinner, R., 14
Smith, E., 13
Smith, M., 20, 66, 102
Spencer, H., 20, 81
Thorpe, L., 15, 90
VanEpps, F., 16
VerHow, K., 17, 84-
Winthrop, R., 15, 60, 124
Adam, G., 30, 97, 113
Adami, D., 30
Addona, .l., 68, 94, 99
Addona, M. I., 30
Adler, T., 63, 82, 87, 89, 101
Alexander, C., 76, 92
Amidon, S., 69
Amidon, T., 30
Amidon, V., 30
Angarola, M., 30, 83, 90, 103, 105
Anglim, N., 76
Annetta, P., 68, 90
Aronson, A., 30, 125
Aronson, S., 66, 68, 80, 100, 119, 121
Ashbaugh, D., 74, 85
Ashley, D., 68
Austin, B., 63, 101, 112
Babbitt, D., 68
Babcock, G., 63, 125
Babcock, S., 74, 103
Backus, L., 69
Bakke, M. .l., 63
Baldassari, .l., 68, 83, 94
Baldassari, V., 74, 85, 100
Baloga, S., 68, 115
Bantuvanis, N., 68, 94, 100
Bardo, J., 74-
Barton, D., 75
Barton, J., 85
Barrett, S., 30
Battaglia, ,l., 63, 85, 87, 91
Batty, A., 62, 90, 114
Becker, E., 63, 96
Bellomo, E., 68, 99
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Bellomo, D., 63, 85, 114, 122
Bennett, L., 75, 93, 115
Bentley, M., 73
Best, S., 61
Beyea, C., 75
Bilia, D., 68, 103, 112
Bishop, E., 31
Bishop, R., 63, 85
Blaisdell, L., 68, 96
Bleek, B., 31, 87
Bonacci, P., 63
Bonacci, V., 31, 124, 125
Bonard, L., 63, 112
Cologgi, W., 33, 48, 80, 81, 94, 95
Comernisky, D., 62, 110, 114, 118, 127
Conley, M., 33, 81, 83, 101, 103, 105
Conley, P., 68, 114
Flynn, T., 67
Foote, S., 76, 80, 85
Frappolli, C., 70, 90
Frappolli, R., 35, 110, 115, 120
Connors, P., 33, 58, 83, 102, 105
Cook, J., 63
Cook, T., 68
Cooley, J., 70, 80, 83, 85, 94
Cooley, M., 63, 82, 91, 98
Cooper, A., 73
Cottengim, S., 68
Cramer, M., 76
C., 33, 31, 33, 105
Bonkowski, B., 68, 88
Bonkowski, J., 70, 88, Q
Borys, P., 63
Bost, K., 73, 90
Boyce, R., 63, 94, 101
Boyce, S., 74
Bove, E., 68, 115
Bowes, B., 68, 94, 100, 103
Bowman, J., 31, 122
Brady, C., 64, 99
Brady, D., 31
Brady, E., 74
Brand, C., 75, 85
Brand, J., 75, 89
Brand, K., 68, 91
Breaux, W., 68, 113, 125
, B., 31, 33, 93, 100,
Brewer, S., 69
Brewer, W., 63, 99
102, 105, 111
Brink, E., 73
Brown, J., 70, 99
Brown, S., 68
Bruch, F., 73
Buck, F., 115, 123
Buck, G., 76, 115, 119
Buck, K., 31, 105
Buck, J., 63, 83, 96
Bull, S., 63, 90, 98, 126
Burchim, C., 74
Burchim, L., 74
Burlew, D., 31
Burns, K., 70
Burroughs, A., 32, 81, 83, 101, 105
Burroughs, C., 70, 83, 94, 100
Burroughs, M., 32, 87, 91, 94, 101, 105
Buschmann, J., 75
Cafolla, J., 68, 92, 93
Calabro, J., 61, 96
Calabro, T., 68, 113, 121, 122
Calarco, A., 32, 58, 59, 105, 111, 112
Callaghan, R., 68
Cammuso, K., 32
Camrnuso, P., 32, 124
Carnpagna, A., 74, 92
Campbell, R., 67, 124
Campese, J., 32, 100
Capacci, N., 75
Capaldi, A., 62
Carissimi, A., 64
Carissimi, J., 76
Carnevale, A., 73, 123
Carnevale, J., 75
, P., 32
, R., 62, 70, 83, 101, 114, 121
Carter, M., 70, 101
Casamassima, C., 62
Cerniglia, F., 73
Cerza, R., 85
Chalker, J., 32, 125
Crescibenc. L., 61, 121
Crothers, N., 70
Crough, J., 89
Crull, D., 33, 125
Crull, J., 34, 105
Cummings, P., 35, 115, 120, 122
Cummings, R., 74
Curry, M., 35, 93, 94, 98, 125
Curry, S., 68, 127
Davis, K., 70, 96
Davis, D., 62
Deal, C., 72, 75, 115
Deal, N., 63
Dean, J., 63, 97
DeBernardis, J., 62, 82, 101, 124, 127
DeBottis, K., 75, 88
DeLeyls, D., 62, 73, 125
Delia, S., 75, 90
Dellefave, Andrew, 63
Delefave, Anne, 62
Dellefave, D., 76
DiErc0le, T., 73, 115
DeSarro, J., 62
DeSarro, P., 70, 101
DeStefano, M., 62, 96
DiDominick, J., 62, 96
DiSanto, C., 62, 85
Dombrowski, B., 34, 94, 98, 101
Doty, L., 70, 97, 123
Doty, R., 73, 89, 93
Dowse, D., 62, 85, 99
Doyle, Margaret, 61
Doyle, Michael, 76, 115
Dragone, F., 70, 125
Duck, R., 34, 105, 110, 114, 120
Durnin, D., 74
Dyson, B., 4, 34, 81, 82, 83, 101, 104
Eastman, J., 70, 85, 94
Ely, S., 61, 83, 98, 99
Emerick, J., 75, 90
Emerson, D., 62, 114, 125
Emerson, H., 63, 114, 125
Errico, J., 73, 100
Faiola, R., 64
Faiola, S., 67, 93
Farney, J., 74
1f5mey, K., 34, 53, 59, 30, 33, 37, 33, 98,
Famey, K.,'34, 53, 59, 30, 33, 37, 33, 93,
Farula, J., 85, 124
Faulkrod, W., 67, 73, 115
Featherstone, E., 34
Felber,,E., 63, 114
Felber, F., 115, 119
Freeland, B., 75
Freeland, S., 35, 83, 88, 99, 105
Freligh, D., 73
Furfure, F., 76
Gallina, N., 67, 115, 122, 125
Garnsey, G., 70, 89, 93, 94, 101
Garnsey, H., 35, 81, 82, 94, 101
Garrett, K., 61, 112
Geelen, J., 75
Gentile, P., 35, 104, 110, 120
Gerla, R., 74
Giansante, Patrice, 64, 83, 103
Giansante. Peter, 70, 89, 93, 94, 99, 101
Gibbs, G., 64
Gigliotti, C., 74, 87, 88, 103
Gigliotti, N., 35, 85, 89, 110, 113, 124, 125
Gilbert, C., 75, 85
Gilbert, R., 85
Gillan, R., 62
Gillespie, W., 70
Giovannini, Adele, 68
Giovannini, Adrienc, 67
Giovannini, G., 62, 99
Giovannini, V., 75
Gladis. G., 64
Gleason, J., 61, 82, 125
Good, J., 61, 85, 91, 96
Grahbatin, T., 62, 123
Gratton, M., 73
Gravina, J., 35
Griffith, G., 68
Hall, R., 75, 88
Hansen, A., 70, 122
Hansen, V., 63
Harby, R., 68, 115
Hart, K., 68, 100, 103
Hartman, L., 70, 100
Hayes, D., 68, 94
Headley, D., 63, 90
Headley, R., 35
Healey, Edward, 89, 115
Healey, Eileen, 68, 73, 83, 85, 100, 103
Helpard, S., 64, 96, 99
Hergert, D., 75
Hessney, C., 76
Hetherington, E., 85
Hilbert, K., 36, 81, 82, 87, 88, 98, 105
Hill, L., 68, 85
Holtze, A., 68, 92
Hood, L., 74
Hooper, H., 61
Hoover, R., 36, 94, 105, 113, 120
Hoover, T., 75, 86, 88, 100, 103
Horton J., 68, 115, 119, 125
Hoster, D., 68, 97
Hostcr, M., 36, 85, 87, 88
Hoster, T., 76, 89
Houck, M., 73
Chalker, W., 63, 115
Christopher, J., 70, 97
Clary, C., 74
Cline, A., 33, 92
Cline, L., 33
Coburn, H., 62, 82, 85
Coleman, I., 33, 83, 98, 101
Coleman, T., 74
Cologgi, D., 75, 88
Hunt, B., 36, 100, 103
Hunt, N., 67, 80, 100, 112
Huntington, C., 75, 86, 88
Huntington, J., 68, 83, 91, 100
Hurd, A., 68, 113, 122
Hurd, S., 69
Incannato, N., 74, 115
Ingandello, C., 63
Ingandello, T., 74
Felice, R., 75
Feltus, C., 70, 85
Ferguson, T., 61, 98, 110, 125
Ferrara, J., 73
Fitzgerald, M., 54, 32, 33, 94, 99, 102
Fitzpatrick, T., 61
Flock, J., 35
Flock, K., 70
Flynn, P., 62, 93
Ireland, G., 63
Ireland, L., 64
Ireland S., 69, 85, 90, 94, 100
Izzo, B., 76
Izzo, J., 75
Jensen, J., 36, 99
Jensen, K., 61, 83, 85, 91, 98, 103
Johanson, R., 62, 80, 110, 118, 125
Johns, L., 68, 115, 119, 121
Johnson, Dennis, 61, 97
Johnson, Diane, 62, 90
Johnson, I., 68
Jones, C., 73, 92, 115
Jones, S., 61
Jones, W., 68, 88, 100, 103, 113
Juffs, M., 68, 123
Kalina, J., 62
Kautz, R., 36, 81, 82, 93, 98, 110, 125
Kaye, R., 36, 87, 89, 118, 120
Kelleher, M., 36, 85
Kelleher, W., 75
Keller, E., 68
Kelley, F., 37, 93
Kelley, J., 64, 82, 94, 98, 125
Kemak, K., 37, 81, 82, 83, 98, 101
King, D., 63, 110, 114, 125
Klingerinan, R., 70
Klionsky, M., 74, 86, 88
Knapp, P., 68
Knapp, J., 75
Knight. F., 37, 48, 80, 89, 98, 100, 102, 104,
Knight, J., 63, 110, 126
Knox, L., 69
Kohinke, C., 37, 89
Kohinke, D., 62, 85, 86, 88, 98
Kohinke, T., 68, 85, 89, 97
Kosowski, E., 37, 103, 105
Kraft, C., 69, 85
Kriegelstein, J., 63
Kuney, K., 37
Land, P., 70, 85
Laribee, R., 68
Larson, R., 62, 85, 98
Larzelere, W., 74, 88, 115
Lash, S., 75
Lashbrook, J., 69, 85, 100
Lashbrook, L., 62, 88, 91
LaTulip, S., 37, 91, 99, 101, 103, 105
Laughlin, T., 74
Lawler, E., 73, 85, 99
Lawler, M., 64, 87
La Vere, J., 69, 88, 91
La Vere, M., 67, 89, 125
Lee, S., 75, 85
Lent, C., 75
Lent, J., 61
Leonard, L., 69
Leone, R., 67
Lewis, K., 67
Lewis, T., 76
Lockwood, D., 38, 83, 102
Loomis, M., 76, 86, 88
Loomis, P., 38, 89, 125
Lopez, Edward, 64
Lopez, Eugene, 38
Loughlin, P., 73, 88
Loughlin, T., 62, 101
Lucchesi, R., 64
Luman, J., 38, 105
Lux, Robert, 63
Lux, Rodney, 38
Lyke, B., 61, 85, 91
Lyke, J., 67, 87, 89, 100
Lynch, D., 38, 118, 126
Lynn, N., 38, 81, 82, 83, 85, 101, 104
MacDonald, R., 73
Magargel, H., 38, 96, 105
Malone, M., 62, 83
Malone, P., 74
Malone, W., 39, 48, 80, 81, 98, 100, 110, 126
Maloney, D., 39, 120
Manganaro, L., 67
Marino, J., 39, 90, 101, 110, 120
Markel, B., 64, 83
Markel, L., 69, 91
Marr, E., 60, 61, 121
Marr, Rose, 73
Marr, R. M., 75, 80
Marrapese, John, 64
Marrapese, James, 72, 76
Marrapese, M., 74
Marsella, P., 39, 120
Marsh, C., 66, 67, 80, 115
Marsh, D., 39, 81, 82, 103, 105
Marsh, J., 39, 89, 125
Marsh, V., 39, 59, 81, 82, 83, 103, 105
Martin, D., 67
Masten, T., 61, 120
Masterson, A., 75
Matthews, J., 64, 121
Matthews, K., 67, 85, 100
P., 69, 90
McAninch, G., 61, 85, 89, 99, 125
McDermott, G., 67
McDermott, M., 67
McKean, M., 67
McMahon, L., 67
McMaster, D., 70, 85
McNabb, L., 75, 121
McNabb, R., 67, 119
Mead, J., 76, 88
Meeks, C., 39
Mellini, J., 67
Messacar, T., 73, 85
Meyers, J., 40, 83, 103, 105
Meyers, P., 67, 100, 112
Midey, J., 60, 64, 80, 82
Miles, A., 67
Miller, B., 50, 64, 80, 127
Miller, Dennis, 125
Miller, Diane, 70, 85, 100
Miller, M., 40, 48, 80, 81, 105, 110, 114
Miller, R., 101
Miller, T., 67, 75, 114, 125
Milner, S., 40, 48, 58, 59, 80, 81, 98, 101,
102, 111, 112
Mills, M., 74
Mills, W., 73
Mitchell, I., 61, 85, 91
Mitchell, K., 75, 99
Moderhak, R., 40, 100
Monteverdi, L., 40, 58, 59, 103, 105, 112
J., 63, 83, 94, 99, 102
Morehouse, J., 40, 105
Morehouse, K., 40, 105
Moreland, A., 67
Moreland, J., 67, 85
Morgan, B., 60, 63, 80, 90
Morgan, K., 67, 85
Morganti, D., 75, 115
Morse, D., 40, 81, 82, 83, 94, 103, 105
Morse, S., 67, 83, 91, 94
Moses, J., 67, 80, 85, 91, 100
Moses, M., 41
Mount, P., 69
Moylan, J., 67, 85, 119
Munn, E., 41, 86, 87, 88, 104, 125
Myers, C., 41, 83, 99, 105
Neal, C., 62, 99, 103
Neal, R., 41, 105, 111
Nearpass, P.. 41, 48, 81, 90, 110, 118, 126
Nearpass, W., 72, 74, 82
Nelli, J., 75
Nelli, R., 61, 114, 121
Nelson, L., 41, 98, 103, 105
Nicandri, D., 67
Nicastro, S., 67
Nicholson, L., 67
Nicolelta, K., 67
O'Brien, S., 64, 85, 91, 99
O,Donnel, D., 89
O'Neil, B., 42, 105
Oldfield, C., 41, 96
Olmstead, P., 29, 41, 81, 82, 99, 111
Ostrander, D., 64
Pacilio, M., 75
Pacelli, M., 73, 103
Paeulli, D., 67, 85
Paculli, N., 63, 85
Paddock, M., 42, 103, 105
Paddock, P., 76
Pagano, C., 73, 112
Pagano, W., 110, 122, 125
Page, S., 68, 85, 94, 100, 113
Pannueci, C., 61, 80, 98
Pannucei, R., 42, 48, 80, 93, 98, 103, 127
Paradise, B., 74
Paradise, G., 42, 83, 96, 105
Paradise, Sheryl, 75, 85, 96
Paradise, Sharron, 67, 85
Parish, K., 68
Parish, L., 67
Parish, L., 73
Parks. J., 73, 85
Passalacqua, F., 75
Patterson, C., 64, 94, 98, 110, 1
Patti, E., 67
Payne, D.. 74, 85
Payne, J., 76, 101, 123
Payne, W., 125
Pearl, C., 64
Pennacchio, S., 67, 93
Perroto, L., 62
Peterman, D., 64
Peterman, J., 63
Peterman, Robert, 69, 125
Peternian, Roger, 69, 113
Petrosino, F., 67, 93, 94
Pietrocarlo, B., 63
Pignone, D., 60, 121
Pioli, L., 42, 87
Piper, J., 70, 85, 96
Piscitelli, D., 42, 105
Piscitelli, F., 66, 67, 115, 121
Pitts, T., 74, 80, 89
Platten, G., 67, 115, 125
Pluretti, A., 76
Povero, A., 69, 90, 100
Prosser, D., 42, 105
Prosser, S., 74
Provencher, J., 69, 91
Prutzman, J., 61
Radtke, D., 42, 114, 125
Raiber, D., 74
Rapuano, M., 75
Rasmussen, A., 115
Rasmussen, S., 76
Rea, M., 75
Regen, C., 43, 105
Reigel, K., 43, 93, 114, 123
Reigel, W., 73, 123
Reseorl, R., 67, 113, 125
Rescorl, W., 67
Reynolds, C., 61
Reynolds, R., 67
Rhoades, J., 69, 88
Rhoades, C., 43, 85, 105
Ritter, S., 76, 80, 115, 123
Rizzieri, W., 76, 89
Robinson, B., 43, 83, 96, 105
Robinson, M., 69, 85, 96, 112
Robson, E., 43, 91, 99, 103, 105
Rogers, C., 69
Rogers, D., 69, 85
Rogers, J., 73, 122
Rogers, K., 62, 99, 112
Rogers, P., 74, 80
Romeo, D., 64, 82, 101, 103, 114, 118, 121
Rosenkrans, J., 66, 69, 80, 100
Rosenkrans, Robert, 63, 80, 114
Rosenkrans, Ruth, 73
Rotondo, S., 61
Rumph, P., 75, 100
Rumph, R., 64, 94, 101, 125
Russo, L., 76
Russo, S., 69
Ryan, D., 43, 125
Ryan, J., 97
Ryck, T., 61, 101
Sage, M., 64
Salotti, J., 43, 120
Same, C., 73
Sanderson, G., 43
Sanderson, H., 67, 101, 125
Sandroni, K., 73, 112
Sanpictro, B., 69
Sanpietro, D., 61, 96
Sapp, C., 74
Saracino, S., 67, 121
Saunders, J., 44
Saunders, K., 61, 85, 92
Scalmassi, D., 64
Scaramuzzino, ., 69
Scattaglia, P., 73, 85
Seesny, S., 75
Sehasiepen, S., 62
Schreander, C., 63
Scialdone, E., 44
Scialdone, F., 75, 80, 113
Scibona, Sum, 72, 76, 115
, 85, 90, 112
Scibona, Sandy, 44, 58, 59, 103, 105
Scowcroft, B., 61, 96
Scrooby, J., 44
Secor, S., 69, 99
Seeley, K., 64
Seeley, M., 69, 115, 119
Sewald, P., 61
Shaffer, C., 62
Shields, D., 44, 98, 101, 104
Shinal, D., 44, 81, 82, 83, 10
Shuster, R., 76, 88, 103
Similo, J., 74
Simone, J., 64
Simone, L., 70, 85
Simong, J., 74
Sinicropi, A., 61, 82, 90
Sinicropi, J., 73
Sinicropi, F., 76
Sly, C., 44, 81, 89
Siviglia, A., 90, 115
Smith, S., 69, 85
Snyder, L., 69
Sobus, R., 44, 105
Soper, T., 74, 89
Sorbello, S., 69, 112
Spadaro, P., 115, 125
Spagnola, M., 74
Spaid, G., 69, 87, 89
Sposa, J., 69
1, 102, 105
Stapleton, J., 45
Stewart, J., 64
Stone. K., 26, 90
Stowell, Richard, 69, 89
Stowell, Ronnie, 69, 89
Stratton, A., 69
Stratton, P., 76, 115, 122
Struzyk, S., 69
Stubbs, J., 69, 114, 122
Sufierdini, A., 69
Sullivan, Jean, 61
Sullivan, Joan, 64, 91, 96
Swan, J., 45, 110, 122
Swenson, C., 73, 88
Swenson, D., 45, 81, 100, 103
Swenson, D., 45, 48, 80, 114, 125
Swenson, E., 45, 81, 100, 103, 105, 110
Szczech, T., 61, 112
Taber, P., 74, 88
Tanous, J., 89
Tanzarello, J., 69, 94
Tetor, G., 114
Thorpe, J., 68, 85
Tompkins, C., 45, 48, 80, 81, 82, 102, 105,
114, 118, 120
Tompkins, D., 69, 80, 115, 119, 125
Toomey, K., 64, 83, 85
Towers, J., 76, 88, 89
Turkett, L., 69
Turner, W., 69, 115
Vaughn, L., 64, 85
Vedora, A., 70, 103
Vedora, Rod, 76
Vedora, Rose Ann, 74
Verkey, R., 46, 80, 110, 114, 118 120
Wfade, J., 46, 98, 110, 125
Wallace, M., 46, 88, 99
Walters, J., 46, 105
Ware, C., 73
Wa1'd, B., 70, 96
Ward, P., 46
Ward, R., 46, 91
WLITCTS, bl., 46,'83, 98, 105
Waugh, R., 76
Webb, K., 70, 83, 85, 94, 100,
Weiss, P., 61, 82, 85, 89, 96
Vllelch, H., 69
Wclclr, L., 70
Weller, K., 64, 94, 98
Welliver, J., 62, 114, 125
Werner, C., 47
Wernle, J., 76
Werth, D., 76, 115, 123
Westcott, P., 76, 89
Wheat, D., 47, 103, 105
Wheeler, A., 62, 85, 94, 114
White, F., 76
White, J., 61
Whiting, T., 76, 90, 93
Whiting, W., 19, 47, 110, 113
Turri, R., 73
Tyler, R., 69, 121
Tyler, S., 61, 96
Tzevanni, C., 70, 96
Updyke, E., 69
Updyke, C., 67
Uticonc, A., 124
Uticone, D., 73, 93
Uticonc, J., 69, 73, 113
Uticone, V., 70
Valenti, Janette, 45, 103, 105
Valenti, Joe, 61, 92, 121
Valois, K., 45, 83, 94
Valois, W., 62, 94, 98, 101
Van Horn, L., 64
Van Houten, B., 64, 93
Van Riper, M., 4-5, 91, 105
Varricchio, F., 114, 122, 125
Varricchio, S., 46, 81
Vaughn, C., 74
Wilcox, J., 62, 85, 113, 121, 122
Wilson, C., 62, 94, 114, 127
xvinkle. J., 91, 96
Winters, J., 64
Wood, K., 70, 80, 90, 94, 100, 103
Woodward, C., 47, 80, 102, 104
The Myndersian is grateful to the Office of the Press Secretary at The White House for providing o
generously photographs of the late president according to specific requests.
Wormuth, A., 62, 101, 114
Wycker, G., 47, 120
Yakeley, K., 68
Yarmer, M., 47, 96, 101, 105
Yells, C., 64, 94
Young, C., 67, 96
Young, S., 113, 123
Youngs, R., 62, 101, 114, 124, 125
Zona, D., 69
Zona, J., 70
Zona, S., 69
Zwald, C., 70, 83, 99, 100
Zwick, L., 76
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peace could be established.
At his tragic death, there were those
who said that a part of each of us had died
with him. If that is true, it is also true
that another part began to live, for common
grief united a nation and kindled within us
the flame of national love and the understanding
that a person can build a life on strong and lasting
These are the precious and beautiful
treasures that complete the contents of our chest.
By his death, President Kennedy bequeathed a
living memory and an example to future generationsg
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