Naples Central High School - Neapolitan Yearbook (Naples, NY)

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V Ml finally completed, Democrags gained an 's over- lwheln1ing'mi1jority in Corigressg and a'World's Fair waslheld at Brussels, Belgii1m.'Nor overlooking the ' arts and sciences, Russian author Boris 'Pasternak won the'Nobel Prize for Literaturelt and the Inter- national Geophysicail Year came to al close. ' Against fElE,bafk.1f0p, me a'ma of these All students in school are vitally in- terested in their country's affairs both at home and abroad. This is witnessed by the facts that our flag is always waving and many of our bulletin boards are iilled with headlines of current events. Our library supplies us with the daily news- paper and current magazines. We have many debates in history and English classes concerning foreign affairs, taxes, and other items of interest. With this wealth of material, it is virtually imposs- ible for any student not to know what is going on in America today. Xtra. 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The physical sciences are very important in this ever-changing scientific period. Every day something new is being discovered or invented. It is essential to keep abreast of what is happening in this "Rocket- Era" and what better way than in the classroom? Learning how county, state, national, and world governments are organized is just one phase of the social sciences. Students must remember past history and that which is being made every day. The "Three R's" represent just one part of the large variety of subjects a student can choose to study. The Three R s 1 Y-1. .gi G w S- 2 X mf " ,. ' X 1 'Sax LL ?' ZA, I , ri' .XXX N I , My :N3X I W -'.g,'Xx x 5 ' 3 ,gi 'E Q W 5 'gf I l"'1Inn-.. 'f I ,Dil HMV Q 33.3533 I W A W 4 f?fgg g if L ii X K L 'N if , ..-' 1 '-1 f ,,wf,, ,.k. K . W, Q Q52 6 3 'H' , is ' sf 5 5 1 F Q3 4 f-Eg - 1 1 '1 1 ' g 'f' si Qx ' sbr H J N 2 ww " 1. I My ' 1 ff. iff' Nw-. . .,, . . f Q Rm f I ME 'MMA I K I , m , f 5 59 M Q M ...nw .J W Q 'fm , 55 ,zwg , Heights and Depths of Emotlons Many things .-happened during the year that caused our spirits to go sky-rocketing or deep-sea diving. Perhaps, the highlight of the year to everyone was their first swim in the pool. Every student has minor disappointments-faib ing a test, losing a .basketball game, or breaking up with a "steady," Combatting these times, however, were the times when you passed another final with fiying colors, won the game that meant even more than the previous one, or found a person who was much nicer. In the script of our lives, these events make up just a few pages. They are, however, necessary to complete the drama. 12 ,Q A 9 W' Q'4..,,q . se , - b Fwy ,H , ' :,S77.t' m f Q if ' k,'ln,.f ,' 'N ' 1, 5.11 iE.g r.:w.'1 f ff2, 'H+ X 'ff e - ,x.v, x ,H'A1 gg -'AML A 6 ig 'L .gelhm fw ew I1 . X , v I' , -x ,. A .rv .+ K ,f f , A" '45, , X ,f,,,plV 1i . , ' x r .W J 'l?'v-.fp -- - -' NK, ,.1-wlgg, wi K P VL, , ,Q ' X ,..A- 5 x,, ' .ff .R N.. fav, W A, f A, l,.,L..,g H, jgi YA .XXL-fin Vzrgi,-sy., 1- l' A mmnw sf fa HN -4 1' -5' sg 5 o ,f 'if he students and administration at Naples Central School make up the cast. The freshman have mastered dramatic essentials, and making way for those who follow, have gone on stage and are proving successful in their bit parts and walk-on roles. The sophomores, now well established on our stage, have progressed to the playing of minor roles, while the juniors understudy our players. The seniors have attained the highest position on this small stage, to take their parts in the great play called life. As they stand on the threshold of new experi- ences, they appreciate those who have earlier climbed the same difficult way and have used their achievements to guide those who come now. The seniors also hope that through overcoming their trials and errors, they will have left their school a better place for succeeding classes. eCat --.wx 'K ,0 ff Z' x ,,- - ,....f X Yi 4. S.. ' , I Y Hlli FIC 1781.1 'VIiss Betty Lou Wells and Mrs, Jane Schenk, secretaries. Our School Board is composed of five people from our school district. They supervise all school business and, if pos- sible, get students' opinions before acting on decisions directly concerning the stu- dents. This year, our Board sponsored the school ring elections. Mr. Llewyn U. Thomas, Principal Our principal has the large responsibility of personally watch- ing over every student in school. He is also an adviser to Student Council and Honor Society. With all of his duties, however, he is never too busy to nod and smile at his students. Our two very efiicient secretaries are willing to drop what they are doing and help a student look for anything from "soup to nuts." jane is also school treasurerg so she helps all the activity treasurers keep their records straight. rst Row: Mrs. Schenk, Mr. Standish, Mr. Underwood, Mrs. Harbison, Mr. Woodard. Second Row: Mr. Landino, Mr. Perry. X 'QW' Mr. Schultz, Mr. Lucas, Mr. Clark. "Now, how big did you say it was?" Teaching agriculture, general math, and advising the F.F.A. are just a few of the jobs Mr. Schultz does during the school year. Our new history teacher, Mr. Lucas, is always willing to help students and organizations do things the democratic way. He is also adviser of the Fresh- man Class. Almost any night after school, you will see Mr. Clark, our boys' physical education teacher, helping some team member to kick, shoot or throw a ball the right way. Mr. Cook, another new addition to our faculty, teaches math and science. He is also pastor of the Italy-Naples County Line Church. Mr. Cook "Will it be a bookcase or an end stand? Mr. Sutter "It is surprising what one can find in an en- cyclopediaf' Mr. Sutter, our Latin teacher, is always willing to help students with their personal problems as well as their Latin and English work. This year he interested the students in forming a Latin Club who put on an authentic Roman banquet in the spring. Our driver training instructor, Mr. Rizzo, plays an important part in promoting public safety on the highway by teaching proper driving methods to the teenagers of N.C.S. Miss Sanders, our junior high history teacher, is always able to highlight her classes with stories of her own experience as travel is one of her main interests. Advising the News Stalf and advising the literary editor of the Neapolitan, our English teacher, Mrs. Dean, is kept very busy during the year. She is always willing to help a student write an essay or prepare aspeech. Mr, Rizzo I "This cylinder should go up when this one goes down in your car." M Miss Sanders, Mrs, Dean 'This place right over here has beautiful scenery." 9l7' If-I1 'il P022 : ' ' ....- -1.1-1 Mrs. Morse "I think the tall piece of goldenrod should go here.",, Our art teacher, Mrs. Morse, with her southern accent, is kept very busy helping students make posters, giving ideas about decorations for dances, and co-advising the Senior Class. Famous for her cakes, Mrs. Gray, our math and French teacher, is also adviser of ,the Neapolitan Staff and of the Honor Society., She, isvge-principal of the school. , J , MM x Mrs. Gray Which class will be the lucky one today? Mr. Hunt, our science teacher, has been very in- strumental in creating new interest in this subject during both the school year and the highly success- ful Summer Science Program. He is also co-adviser of the Senior Class. Besides his regular duties with the three bands, Mr. Moore, our instrumental music director also finds time to advise the Sophtimore Class and coach the junior varsity basketball team. Our new vocal instructor, Mrs. Wilkes, has done a fine job with the junior and senior high cho- ruses. She also instructs elemen- tary music classes and has helped many soloists prepare for the annual music fesiyal. V s ,bl M' i J Ki 11 A' L Mm ,W W"g,.w?'QM Q ,.,GM1 ,I Wow , Q fx ld Im' xt Allin WW WW? ,VYMI Wrldf f it Mr. Hunt, Mr. Moore, Mrs. Wilkes A little harmony floats out from the music room. Q1 Q' xiii if A r Us ' f i -lm . ,Q,.L. A ' - -L ,1 L5 l . ,J V 4 H ig,w f , Auawlfax 31 'Q Si , 1 4 I S 3 W 1 el. x .Q 3. ,R .1 f1,. 8 H! ing? a 5 p SI.:aQSf 2 . 2 k ' if ff si f L I iv 1 V L Vi UML Mr, Schlappi. V H e, L Q. 'jweiuwilybe glad to phlaylgany requests." Mr. King, our-guidance counselor," is always willing to help any student solve his problems, revise his schedule, or pick out an appropriate col- lege or university. Well known for his singing ability, our indus- trial arts teacher, Mr. Schlappi, is a favorite among the students. Besides his teaching duties, he finds duce, Miss Croft, our business teacher can always be found at the Friday night games, cheering Naples on to victory. Miss Davies is our junior high history teacher and our Student Council adviser. We can always count on her guiding hand and helpful comments to make the undertakings of any group more suc- time to coach the junior high basketball team and co-advise the junior Class. Although she insists that her home town team could beat any basketball team Naples could pro- ii 7 5 Miss Croft, Miss Benning, Miss Davies. Looks like pizza for supper in the ubachelors' quarters." 21 f K5 if:-H TE We it .ft ' .iiwlfs B ,.-an sit., A, Mrs. Thomas, First Grade: Miss Cull, Second Grade: Mrs. W'idmer, Kindergarteng Mrs. Fisher, First Grade Miss Gelder, Third Gradeg Mrs. Cleland, Second MVS- Gibbf'U5, Kinflcfiliiflvllz Mrs. Lyon, First Grade. Grade. Mrs. Atwater, Fourth Grndeg Mrs. Briglin, Third Gradeg Mrs. Riesenberger, Fourth Grade: Mrs. Suth- erland, Fifth G rade. A great deal of responsibility lies on our grade teachers' shoulders. They have the job of molding small children into young citizens. These children must learn to work and play together so they will be able to act their parts in high school classes and organizations. Mr, Brown, Fifth Gradeg Mrs. lvloscato, Sixth Grade: M jackson, Sixth Grade, H T as .EYE .l W' MAF, 'Ffa Q1 L lnulnlus, Um mn QUMW ' sv" ML, st, 5, X. HH f .1 1:35-dr we lm 2 JA.. A 2 . . 1' A ,Q X. 1 it k , 'A L L F "X ffm ' - 4 .A . f Q A ew ' k .,'L K V M if m Ji' .Znlfl'lYl - 9 , LA K M, X l , ' 41:2 in E " ' ag X ' A " . Q 1, W A , .A g " L . k . fikxw f TA V F' X 2 Q 5 9 4 LINDA BILLS MICHAEL BROWNSON DORIAN CHAPMAN BRUCE DAGGETT uljndan "Whatever is wortb doing at all, is wortb doing well." Yearbook StaE 1, 2, 3, 4, Assist- ant Art Editor 2, 3, Business Man- ager 4g Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 4g Monitor 3, 4, Co- Captain 4g Chorus 1, 3, 45 Band 2, 3: Class Secretary lg Honor Patrol 45 Candy Chairman 45 Na- tional Honor Society 43 Senior Play Student Director. H-Miken "The age of chivalry ix gane." Chorus 1: Athletic Association 25 Senior Play Cast. "Dorian" "Many are called but few are :bo.ren." Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Photography Editor 3, Photogra- phy Editor 4g News Staff 1, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Sportsmanship l, 2, 3, Captain 31 Athletic As- sociation I,' 2, 3: Senior Play Business Manager. As the seniors come on stage We Beauty reigns in our "Winter Wonderland" as Lucy is crowned queen of the Senior Ball. MELVIN DONLEY uMdn "By the work one can fudge the warkrnanl' Yearbook Staff 3, Photography Ed- itor 3g Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 43 N.R.A. 1: Senior Play Elec- trician. LEWIS FISHER 1 ll-upnpi "The rule af my life is to male business a pleasure and pleasure my bu.tine.rs." Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4, President 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, President 33 J.V. Basketball 1. Varsity 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3: F.F.A. 2, 3,,4g Soccer I, 2, 3, 4s Senior Play Cast. 25 "Bruce" "Thing: forbidden bave a .ferret charm." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4: Softball 2, Basketball 2, Student Council 4. LUCY FISHER uliucyn "Ir not life a bundred times too xbort for ur to bore our.telve.t?" Band l, 2, 3. 4, Chorus 1, Var- sity Cheerleader 2, 3, Athletic Association 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, President 3, Student Council 4, Monitor Co-Captain 4, Honor Pa- trol Captain 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, Class Vice- President 2, Senior Play Cast. RUSSELL FOX "Rusty" "No one know: wbat be can do until he tries." F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, Senior Play Publicity Committee. JOYCE GRAF F ulayu "I with I knew the good of wisb- ingx, Student Council 2, 4, Correspond- ing Secretary 2, Secretary 4, Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Yearbook Stal? 1, 2, 3, 4, As- sistant Art Editor 1, Art Editor 2, Assistant ,Editor 3, Literary Editor 4, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, Girls State, Chorus 1, 3, Monitor 4, Honor Patrol 4, Flag Bearer, Senior Play Cast. for th ' inal curtain call, nv V91 ARLENE HAWKINS "Arlene" "It matters not how long we live, but bow." Yearbook Stal? 1, 2, 3, 4, Assist- ant Literary Editor 2, Business Manager 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Representative, President 4, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, Class Secretary 2, Class Presi- dent 4, Monitor 2, 3, 4, All State Choir 3, 4, D.A.R. Award, Senior Play Cast. l Arlene, Joyce, and Snulfy enjoy one of the magazines Wifi., Wie My ' "Ba " "A great un ni ' cap city." F.F Na, 4, r51:?XPro y itt Via ,gag J JANET HUGHNER nlann "A man says what be knows, 4 woman .rays what will please." F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Sportsmanship 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, News Staff 3, 4, Athletic Association 3, Sen- ior Play Cast. which won for them top honors in the annual Senior magazine campaign. 26 FRANKLIN LINCOLN "Frank' ' "Nothing is little to birn tba! feels it with great sensitivity." Senior Play Sound Effects. LESLIE LINCOLN ,Ian "Let every man mind bis own business." Class Parliamentarian 45 Senior Play Set Construction. ,IACQUELINE LUFF MAN ' 'jackie' ' "Where the willingness is great, tbe didirulties cannot be great." News Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in- Chief 4g Yearbook Stal? Z, 3, As- sistant Literary Editor 35 G.A.A. 1, 25 Class Vice-President 1, Cor- responding Secretary 4g Sportsman- ship 3: Student Council 25 Senior Play Cast. they know that they have presented, FRANCIS Stude 1 RICHARD N EWMAN Dick "A workmen that need not be asbarned. Chorus 3, 4g Student Council 3: Class President 3, Vice-President 4g Senior Play Cast. THOMAS OLN EY rl-Tantra "To insure peace of mind, ignore the rules and regulations." Soccer 1, 2, 33 J.V. Basketball l, Varsity 3: Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 3: Student Council 1, 3, 4, President 4g Class President 2, Vice President 3: Monitor 1, 33 N.R.A. lp Chorus 23 Senior Play Properties Manager. 27 The memories of our Junior Prom will long remain with us. L . l PETER PRESTON "Pm" "So rnucb one man can do, that does botb act and know." Class Treasurer 15 Chorus 1, 25 Yearbook Stall 3, 45 Assistant An mimi 5, Typing Editor 45 Na-J tional Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Sec-, retary 45 Boys State 55 Flag Bearerx 45 Sportsmanship 2, Captain 25 Student Council 45 Honor Patrol' 45 Senior Play Cast. rf .1 F .24 I ,fx LINDA PULVER ,R K JAMES RECTOR I V Hunan!! ' F4 lflimlf "Virtue is the performance of "It is impossible to please all the fipleasant actions." 3' A 1 lbdli 4 vice- NG.A..5 n'XX,3,, President 4' Cho s 1, 2, 5, 4, Yearbook Siaql, 2, 3, 4, Assist- iant Art Editor Q, 32 Art Editor 45 Cla Secretary 3, 45 Cheerleader l45,eIflonor Patrdl 45 Senior Play iBook Holder. JOSEPH SCHENK lllogll "lt is quality rather :ban quantity tba! matters." Student Council 1, 25 Class Parli- amentarian I, 25 Chorus 15 Senior Play Set Construction. - DONALD NSCHUTZ A Yllponll , V "As for Jne, all I hnoiu is tba! I know nothing." . VV F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 5, 45 Softball 1, 2, 35.Student Council, Z, 55'Senior Play Set Con- struction. - 28 world and one's father." J.V. Basketball 1, 25 Varsity 35' Baseball 1, 2, 55 Soccer 2, 3 F.F.A. 4, Basketball 4, JOAN RICHARDS "laan.nie" "It is good Io lengthen to tbe last a sunny mood." Yearbook 15 News Sralf 2, 3, 45 Typing Editor 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 45 Stu- dent Council 15 Class Treasurer 2, 5, 45 Senior Play Cast. with an outstanding cast, Noon hour candy sales supplement the Seniors' of 4-""" LARRY SCHWINGLE lfurfyi, "I can be puxbed just so far." Class President lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 4g Yearbook Staff 2, 3, 45 Boys State 33 Chorus lg Senior Play Stage Manager. PAUL SMITH ' 'S mitty" "Our deed: determine ur ax much as we determine our deeds." Soccer 25 Baseball 43 Basketball Manager 2, 4g Chorus 1, 45 News Staff 4g Yearbook Staff 3, 4, As- sistant Typing Editor 4g Latin Club 4g Senior Play Cast. a fine performance , others and ews portsman- 3: Senior Senior Committee. MRS. MORSE We would like to express our gratitude to Mrs. Morse and Mr. Hunt for being our advisers and being so willing to help us with our activities. income to be used for the New York trip. MR' HUNT 29 JOHN TILLEY "Mickey" "Youth mme: but once in a life lime." F.F.A. 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4: Stu dent Council 2, 4: Rifle Club I Soccer 25 Senior Play Set Con struction. M 2 2. R john Brahm, Vice-President, Mary Jean Burnett, Presi dentg Carolyn Kidd, Treasurerg Sharon Snyder, Secretary Mr. Schlappi, Miss Shay, Advisers. The Juniors understud our stars. As the time of our graduation comes closer we juniors are realizing how much we must still accom- plish. This realization is evident in our more serious interest in school work, in our increased class unity. We have retained our liking for the unconven- tional, preferring, rather than to follow. the usual program of suppers, bake sales, and drives, to try out new ideas. Our first venture of this sort was a three-act play, "Here Comes Charlie," presented in our fresh- man year. Unconventional hardly describes the re- sults, but both participants and audience heartily enjoyed the presentation. With our sophomore year began our sale of stationery, and our renowned smorgasbords, under the supervision of Miss Shay. As juniors, thanks to our other adviser, Mr. Schlappi, we are sponsoring popular round and square dances. In our senior year we hope to complete the re- quirements for two long-awaited goals, graduation and our trip to New York, leaving Naples Central with the knowledge of a job well done. X 1 if Ya!!! WW J x R W J A A 1 dv rx -. n,9.,,,Q A 'MM nw X"-NX fm if audi i 48 3 , qv I A V 2 .7 ' V i 4 , 5 A f ': I ' 1 l x' f ' 'IVA Co 3 F ' , if A wit 9, K2 1 wsu' 'bw i . 'fr ,V4 , 1 5 XX l f I' , ..,, 14 mm .sf- - 'E 1' Q ., m 4. JF 'Z 43' , N K ,.. I W., M... ,qv H n il1553s 5 ,RK VV W , Q Y If - v - ' ' Kg. K Q Q f 'fi 4 f f Q M-'-M Q :RQ l ,L , ' A S ' M Q-s f N' A if N S - Q. fe ' + ig ,f f 7 Wim Q V. www- ,H , s QI ii Q: 2551 ! 2 5 5 5 '- 1 X y -," V g , ij. , ' 2 F. P4 .gm E . m. 7 W WM ,I A ' 5 iff. ,mJ -si ff First Row: T. Hoh, J. Yacuzzo, D. Eddy, R. Briggs, L. Merklinger, T, Baader, L. Dillon, J. Chapman, M. Gibbous, M I . eehan, R. Schultz, G. Eckert. Second Row. T. Docteur, G. Dolliver, D. Meeker. Fourth Row: S. Fox, S. Evarts, W. B. Reed, B, Cermak, D. King, D. Hall, V. Morgan, G. Grow, A. Westbrook, P. Martin, C. Stone, J. Luffman, R. Lincoln, M. Sutter, J. Squires, P. Sutton, N. Eckert, Mr. Cornish, R. Treadwell, H. Fleischman, A. Rex, W. Jennings, Moore. Third Row: D. Richards, C. Lee, S. Evaxts, C. Main, R. Wheaton, W. Clark, P. Huber, R. Smith. N. Schenk, M. Morse, M. Kidd, M. Hawks, C. Graves, S. ophomores stay on cue in minor roles. The "Class of '61" hit high school with a bang, and they haven't run down yet. They have a knack for getting things done, with a zip and a zest for whatever job they tackle. First on the agenda this year was the initiation of the freshmen, which left the "Se1pans" with no doubts concerning the fact that they had indeed been well initiated. Later in the year, excellent advertising fand equally excellent food, made the International Supper a suc- cess. Another exciting event of the year was the selection of class rings. This was made only after looking at many different styles, sizes, and colors of rings from various companies. All in all, the sophomores had a very successful year. 33 W. Grow, Treasurer, S. Standish, Secretary, Mr. Moore Adviser, T. Hoh, President, A. Westbrook, Vice-Presi- dent. Fzrst Row: N. Harrington, Vice-Presi- dentg H. Schwingle, President. Second Raw: D. Meehan, Treasurer, J, Recten- wald, Secretary. Third Row: Mr. Lucas, Adviser. . First Row: W. Pressler, P. Baader, L. jackson, B. Warner, U. Schlegel, L. Fox. Second Row: Mr. Lucas, J. Faber, N. Snyder, L. Reed, C. Misel, C. Lafler, C. Squires, H Schwingle, R. Brand. Third Row: J. Rectenwald, R. Donley S. Bills, S. Campbell, J. Schultz, E. Richmond, V. Woodard, J. Liddiard, C. Watson. Fourth Row: B. Hanggi, N. Har- rington, -I. Steinmetz, D. Potter, j. Lyon, J. Guile, J. Rectenwald, E. Thompson, H. Motz, C. Wilson, L. Barton, B. Stone, R.- Joseph, D. Preston, G. Chapman. D. Briglin, J. French, D. Meehan, G, Kirkmire, B. Dean: .X X grin llw J 2 x 1 IIIILIHLIOH helps Freslilipixjil viii, If?i7RIl1C stage irlght. . , . r P... V J if ii xiiffsgi H vw LEX!! .i If 1 . , , , . 'Lf x X, IU x i Q l x lyQxx.kf3 vi The freshmen entered quietly into high school life that 1 'P J x r x 9 . 7 'i Xi, s, until 1n1t1at1on. After becoming Hawauan girls and can- -fiiautl With royal blue and white as their class colors, they ordered U reversible jackets, which, when reversed, announced that they il were -from "Selpan." A fish supper and selling refreshments at two basketball games helped to add to their treasury. Success in their freshman year has inspired them toward higher goals for future years. X 'wi' 'bals for a day, they felt they really belonged in high school. il fi ANNE HAWKS vear. Anne is another special student who is taught by Mrs. King She enjoys pets, especially Sam my, her cocker spaniel, and she has a stuffed animal collec tion. We all hope Annie will be back in school with us next 4' Q EIGHTH GRADE-First Row: G. Merklinger, G. Stein- ' Mr. Sutter, V. Elwell, R. Brahm, R. Rennoldson, R. Bark- mctz, C. Clark, G. Schenk, B. Harrington. Second Row: ley, D. Partridge, R. Acomb, R. Fleischman, R, Hoag, J, S. jones, S. Bogner, J. Haight, B. Clawson, K. Deusenbery, Ippolito, D. Wheaton, -I. Hall, K. Potter. M. King, M. Randall, L. Pulver, J. Chadwick. Third Row: 1 55 U I "X We are now prepatun for htggbx y ol roles. -, xx! X lx x '91 '59, ' EIGHTH GRADE-Firxl Raw: A. Christian, M. Peck, B. Row: . eillirljl-l. H i n, R. Field, W. Price, H. Rennoldson, P. Hughner, E. Stewart. Second Raw: C. Bou- Schr l ,.Qaggett, Jennings, C. Francis, H. Camp- chard, V. McNamara, S. Moore, M, Bfnhalqw D, Phillips, belhamat r , L, X gan, G. King, D. Heath. E. Richmond, D. Donley, N. aPulver,f Lwoydard. Third Kg ' X , iff' .0771 Q .X ., J " ' ' ' N DOUG POTTER If-vfrl' 53 Dougie is a special student who is taught by Mrs. Shedd. X' R V He has many hobbies, one of which is stamp colleuing. , ' ' He also likes sports and is seen at many of our athletic XJ vp events cheering for our team. J A lb X "-" NHRA: ' A ...,, S I , KA ' AA . if-12' is it K V LA Q 1 q 2 M ' " 4, 3 1, aww s .8 E fx 5 ,hw WE' xg? ,3 1 F gg sk fr W 5 K J 1 .l A A if as 6 at 1 -. i1 in w .A . ,, fi: .1 4. 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V ,Lf 4 iii if ,.,- K uw W' t if I 'Q K fflgfi wfgg, 'Tl I V ,L 3 i N Y ,gf ',QZ's.m,., if f-nw W4 KW, ,, .,, . 1-.inf , ' KM, A mn if , I 1 A :Ili 33 L X . , jr' jfqxff 5 iw A ' A mp Q,- CM' c l FIRST G E'!Fi . M. utcher L. is, B. 5. Reed. Second Row: L. Coons, . Lawton, V. Richter, W. snicki, B. Steele, B. Cull, C. Ball, bird Row: K. Barton, K. Denny, T. McNamara, S. Doudt, D. Weather- up, B. Kulp, S. Kidder, J. St. Pierre, Mrs. Thomas, fa dim il, MW FIR T 19955 W 2W7f"4' ' 1 FIRST GRADE-First Row: S. Nor- throp, M. Woodard, A. Engle, B. Larter, K. Wirth, D. Pittenger. Sec- ond Row: P. Graves, V. Richards, S. Chapman, D. Pulver, M. Erickson, B. Havens, G. Burley, Mrs. Fisher. Third Row: J. Ost, L. Schenk, K. Hilton, D, Schwingel M. Liddiard W. Knight, A. Browrison, P. Rector, J. Donley, R. Clawson. GR DE FIRST GRADE-Front Row.' W Domm, L. Hawks, D. Wilkes, F Pollock, B. Cermak, D. Fleischman C. Elwell. Second Row: G. Wixom S. Moore, L. Steinmetz, D, Glickert K. Harwood, T. Wiley, C. Smith Third Row: P. Schenk, C. Warren L. Ripperger, D. Burke, W. Outlaw T. Lafler, E. Blanchard, A. Pepp, B Baader, D. Randall. 42 9 1 1 9 ,.-1: 'T . rw : NA- ,Y xv ,, . 33- if , s ri 8 1 T' -'X ,1-if - K A ' :'- 1 1 lifzif-fS?f',gf'2fzx' i 1 . ga "gf Ax Af, A fe ,Q 1,53 si Fifi-fi , Z5ff5"L?'I5ikgg: Mig, A Q., TEH? g:ari'3 zf-ff 3 - ,.,m,A,,,,,x,.,,,.,,., 5- , . Q .- f Emi if Af, K 21 S1-F' , 4 ,, of L f fb ,-A. ,. 1, . , 4. iff? ff l '4 Q pn .ex VK' ,u. ,f ,V f 7 XXV'- n 5 h A is L iv ' f f 'L 1 '.' 'F i- wi., elf -' ?K 2352? ' 1.4 . g 0 4 In gf 4, s - 5-Q1 , X!-L3 + 1 .,', if-:- . , , f , 1 , sv fb K 'SF f 4 ,ftrff A 1 A Q .fs ' P ' gj ' Q as "' Q : :,,,, . X K XM! f 4 "1 .. -. 4 Az zw 'N ' gs N: Z ' s 'A Qi 4 'Q' . ,tg g, 1 'lf ,, N ' Q3 AQ Y l ' H, , ffzklfww 2' Ei x x Q . . 1 -Q N 3 2 fs ' f. N is f' ll 'L ' an I, ..,,"', 4 ',. ' m X .,e .W 55, ' .F . 1 ,W A E Lf Vggn . 6 QQ s TI-Q IV. g' Qs, , ix,23:f'x' VE L. ,fgiig Q 6 EQ w 1 X22 F-i 5f,z,gQ g:7'1f", 35 X 1 P ' H ' L1 21 m. dm K ' f .lk ' S Mr I Kjiffi 90 we W 1 f ws ' Q 43., 9 . N5 .1 ,P 5:1 iw if . Qi? T 4, :S if N! '-"X yr N42-1-',, YQ 5' ..,,..'- E Q ,E msiiiibw ri, ,J ,, I lg? gm, ku . 3' 1, . -3. .-., n I 3, 1 I 4 V iv A H" 4, Q r: !1A!Z3"I4 f I Ax 1' ff Diggg 8 .4 J, L ' sf ' 1M H g TN V , .....,,-..- ,-,.4.. . W L, .3 I - v,-. x NAL Q A W f V x' 3 M m ' Q if ' 'um J f .k. ariety is the presentation of our pro- gram during the year. When we returned to school in Septem- ber, there were two new organizations for students to participate in-the Latin Club and the Science Club. There were also those from former years-the Student Council, Yearbook and News Staffs, Band, Chorus, and the annual Senior play was presented. Also, for boys, there was our major fall sport, soccer. As the autumn leaves drifted to the ground and the snow followed, our winter programs were started. The National Honor Society held its first induction ceremony, the F.H.A. sponsored a talent show, and the Library Club continued its work. During the winter, basketball is a favorite sport. There are four teams in our school-varsity, junior varsity, junior high, and I".F.A. As soon as the snow melts everyone starts thinking of the Junior-Senior Banquet and the Junior Prom. This is one of our special presentations of the year. Also during the spring our baseball season begins. Our school year presents a varied pro- gram, some part of which should surely please each student. he rogram 'Q ' A 4 A q 4' 6 J . Km 1 lf I J ,. ,v fl 1151 . 2, . ggi" , X Q .1 .v. ,. , I, 'Fx First Row: I.. Bills, Miss Davies, L. Fisher, A. Hawkins, B. Daggett, J. Hole, D. Schutz, G. Seager, T. O1- ney, J. Graff, B. Cermak. Second Row: T. Smith, L. Standish, M. Burnett, C, Kidd. Third Row: T. Hoh, S. Standish, B. Reed, J. Rectenwald, N. Schenk, E. Richmond, J. Haight, H. Schwingle, G. Schenk, G. Steinmetz. E tudent Council- Membership is a high honor The governing body of our school is the Student Council. This organization helps to make and enforce the rules by which our student body is governed. Each class and organization chooses its representa- tives to speak for them, very similar to our United States Congress. In this way we learn proper demo- cratic procedure and have the chance to participate in school affairs. All class activities must be approved by the Student Council so there will be no coniiict on dates for suppers, paper drives, or dances. It also supports such things as the billboard, Monitor Sys- tem, and Honor Patrol. The Student Council gives all classes a chance to "air their views" and settle their problems in a way patterned after our own government. 46 L. Bills, Treasurer, G. Seager, Vice-Presidentg T. Olney Presidentg Miss Davies, Adviser, J, Graff, Secretary, B Cermak, Corresponding Secretary. 1. if Sf 1-f. 7 ' , " ' Y ,-E 3 M 214 yK-x wifi? 4 QQ as ., A , , :ir I 57. a ., , w ? 5 .1 jx x xxx 3 'V' W' 1 'W Q Q 'X z ' f fxfifv V HONOR f I X Q5 f E r 3 f in 'br "hr, ' . X -wks' T" .ami lay-out, First Row: B, Cermak, C. Kidd, D. King, L. Bills, S. Rennoldson, A. Hawkins, L. Fisher, J. Graff, S. Harrington, L. Standish. Second Row: M. Burnett, M. Morse, L. Pulver, B. Reed, J. Phillips, M. Kidd, Mrs. Gray, D. Chapman, Mrs. Dean, P. Smith, P. Preston. The Creators of our 4' eapolitanf' Linda shows some staff members a few artistic ligures to be used in the Neapolitan. Ai Most people who read the Neapolitan do not realize the work that goes into publishing it. All of this work is done by the staif members and Mrs. Gray as an extra-cirricular activity, after school and on Saturdays. At these meetings a theme was selected, pages were typed, and lay-out was planned. All of this hard work was compensated by the fact that Mrs. Gray generally made a delicious cake which never lasted very long. All members, no matter how hard theywork, feel justified with their sense of achievement when they see and read the finished product. Completing the ad and patron pages marks a, mile- stone in the completion of our yearbook. Suzie, Lynda, and Sally are studying an old yearbook to get ideas about 6 First Row: J. Hughner, J. Richards, M. Burnett, J. Luffman, N. Schenk, M. Gibbous, Mrs. Dean, adviser, B. Conrad, B. Reed. Serond Row: N. Eckert, J. Phillips, S. Evarts, M. Morse, S. Harrington, L, Standish, G. Fritz, T. Docteur, R. Treadwell, R. Smith, L. Hoh, R. Briggs, S. Merklinger, C. Main, j. Cooper, P. Sutton. Our News Staff is voted to journalism. Every Wednesday chief handing out the compile all the news to our local newspaper. We have our aPress A entsf, the organization of our school de- noon, you can hear the editor-in- week's assignments. Staff reporters of the school and send it weekly Their other major job is to publish four quarterly issues of the "Tower Tattler". These contain school news fashions, crossword puzzles, and even a lovelorn column by Aunt Agony. 9 The News Staff does an excellent job in creating good public relations by keeping the public informed on matters concerning our school. jackie shows Terry and Rodney how to set up a page for the "Tower Tattler". There is always a lot of rewriting and typing to do before the news is sent to the local newspaper. qi 4 ! W ,F ,.gA 'g,. Y .r k q Q i 3 ffl MW ,R 1 gxixsz :Fix L A Q-, ff J M xl I' XV? 31 N ff ,X fy if K li-'Q ,sm A "wif K ' L5 jg, ffxv L 5,5 1 . lr nv Ng gil I ,KN -, 1' ,, ww lf 'X ,, ,. I .i.,,. A if Qf Q 'N f ox I X T Dx 'TAQXW 'x . " 'lx ' N "' J ,. gif L ' L' VR 'lsfgffivf QQN riff! W' X Kg fi A x , if 'N ' 'N X W A -Q -as QQ-'Y 5? Q Ihr' tag? 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X . 1' .. I 'Ei by Q ,. " .nd . 1 , :U-Q: - X 1 . , , wr L ., , W 2 ai wwf x'W1T , ,- X.. - it 'Q' ,. ., 1A "QA H " ' 5- .Q -fy, .N E 'N F .1 Xx ,w n If i 'X . 'I' Q .,' 4, 5 , W' X MW ,K- 1... x A XML? jl '55, "fi9f3fi' l N1 ' X 'Qt -Q M3 First Row: S. Merklinger, P, Sutton, S. Evarts, G. Baader, Ross, V. M r , G, D 11' C' M ' B D j. Hughner. Second Row, Mrs. Doudt, adviser, J. Cooper, J. French, X.gggmpbellfjivliiiddiardfg, Lee. can, S. Snyder, D. Briglin, D. Rennoldson, Third Row: J. Squires, S. Learning through doing is the motto The major purpose of our organization is expressed in our motto, "Toward New Horizons." Each girl learns better ways to live in the present and in the future. Her dreams of having a home and family of her own will soon come true and, as a result of the F.H.A. program she will be well prepared for her role in the drama of family and community life. This year, the girls sponsored a bake sale and a very successful talent show. OFFICERS-Mrs. Doudt, Adviserg S. Evarts, Vice Presidentg G. Baader, Treasurer, P. Sut- ton, Secretaryg S. Walker, President. 56 .Q SM, 34 IA 'o l A . .ag , tg 1 1 2 ' ni -:wid gf Fw X -K - ' 2 Q , .aww E' f W, f: Q 5 sf 52 .,-, ' IL A I 5, . 5 Wg , , .4 ,,,. K f ru 0 , rv? r. - Q V ag' gl. ' 3' 5!g4'3"2 '5 , 3 ::'Y'rJ5J,'w:g Q E If 'Q 'Q ' v ., x .1 9 5 f Us k 551235 N . , "J ,M 9 -4 . f Ai X i'Nh is Y ev f , A 517 vi V a. Z I in Vvkkv TT7 f J' ' ge IF' Qfxwi gg 3 1 :rf-A 4 i is ft. D, ,, .ff s'g9 -0- 44 X 851 www. ,rf , 1.- .W - k I gg' K G if , ',nf..fa7T' , 2 K W " K .if?:lm,. . - ' W' Ti .Q ,L L flflsflwii-12fefLg??f'i?3 AJ . ' W N 'X fr qw A A 4 ie? E , Q., ,4 , FQ! Zh! W .X kv' M ' 'Bn 1' mf ,fp . it , gf gf" 1 f . . f , . if :lb Q Q I Q . '.t.fQ ,I .4 ' ,-1? i w as fx.- ,,g8V' . w DY Q -4 kg' A A ni '91 5 ,ii SN rf- , 0 4? P I .5 -3 if E wr' a gr! 34.5.1 y 5 snr? ff ' 1, f gt 1, ' 'ffy 'zu' ., , it 5-4,3 D ' ,f .5 'Q 4 H Af 1 'mx' KAT- .E K ls? 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Janet Hughner Mrs. Malone's maid, deliberate of speech and actiong a "good soul" jenny Potts ................,................... Joyce Graff winner of a television contractg eternally naive, "cute", appealing Guthrie Rosewater ......,............... Peter Preston a "modernistic" poet, who counterfeits more than his outward appearance Abbie Philips .............................. .Ioan Richards a maiden ladyg seemingly plain and outmoded Mr. Cutter .......................... Michael Brownson from the apartment across the hall Hercules jones ...................... Richard Newman a modern knight whose "shining armor" is a beat-up old taxi George Hanson .....,.......................... Paul Smith Irene's lianceg somewhat diminutive and in- tellectual Sweeney ........................,.,............. Lewis Fisher definitely a non-typical policemang has la- mentably poor eyesight 4 5 E Q Q X 2 A 3 5 af Y? lf ' ' V 1 f:1lff"5f4?a-. 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Qt? - 4 ' 4 1 , viii, 9 l A .- ff F - A ..3.,ps::a, Q I Q .-J. gk 1 L E in x gs! 1 I 4411 CHICKEN FAT BILL HOWIE HAP LUPER GARY Our boys Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples VARSITY 49 54 47 57 59 48 42 60 SCORES Rushville ..... ..,...., 4 6 Phelps ............,....... 39 Canandaigua .,........ 43 Honeoye ......... ,,.. 3 8 Red jacket ..... .... 3 1 Victor ...,......... .,,. 5 2 Bloomneld ..... .... 4 7 Gorham ....... .... 5 0 Clifton ...,. ,..., 5 6 Ru shville .... ..... 4 4 Phelps ......... ..... 3 6 Honeoye ........ .... 3 5 Red jacket ............ 38 Wayland ........ ..... 5 0 Victor ......... .... 3 4 Bloomfield .... .... 4 8 Gorham ...... ...,. 3 8 Clifton ..... ..... 6 7 Andover ..... ..... 3 8 Arkport ...... ..... 4 1 Livonia ....... ,.... 4 9 CHEERLEADERS-B. Moose, J. Graff, S. Rennoldson, Miss Benning, L. Pulver, M. Morse, B. Conrad, 64 X, mug ,, we ,W rf. Q3 li? imma .3 355 u it ig 5l CL.: 3 gg IP: I ' i , ..,. gf , .Xb J X 5 Q Q2 51 if QW S77 as I '--.Q . S. an M Q' BN e nf if 2 h 21 l .-it ,Q-4' Q-,,,,.--f YW-5 ill! 456 31? X T' L: faq i .,., 4 Q. J ww-- xffc f A? I i s w .F JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Naples .... Naples ..,, Naples ..., Naples .... Naples ..,. Naples .... Naples .... Naples ,,.. Naples .,., Naples .... Naples .,.. Naples ..., Naples ..,. Naples ,... Naples .... Naples .... Naples ..,s Naples .... Rushville ........ Phelps .....,..,,..., Canandaigua Honeoye ......,,.. Red jacket ....,. Victor ,,,.,.,,..,s,4 Bloomfield ...... Gorham .......... Clifton ..........., Rushville .......... Phelps .............. Honeoye ......,... Red jacket Wayland ......,... Victor ......,....... Bloomfield .,,.., Gorham .,........ Clifton ..... First Row: J. Faber, D. Preston, G. Chapman, W. Warner, H. Schwingle, D Eddy, Mr. Moore. Second Row: G. Eckert, R. joseph, S. Evarts, W, Clark, E Thompson, R. Wheaton, R. Cornish, L. Barton, Manager. Junior Varsity shows team work and abilit . Y" B. Cermak, J. Chapman, N. Schenk, E. Richmond, L. Dillon, B. Reed. 67 In our school, basketball is one of our most important sports. It is not only a way for the boys to let off excess energy and to have fun, but it also teaches them the fundamentals of good sportsmanship. This year our Junior Varsity squad, under the direction of Mr. Moore, worked very hard, and although they weren't victorious in every game, they made up their losses in spirit. Check him quick! mt," - C. Squires, J. Seeley, M, King, P. Sutton. F.F.A.-R. Smith, Manager, L Fox, D. Schutz, j. Tilley, C. Wil- son, J. Steinmetz, J. Rector, D Donley, M. Schutz, C. Stone, Mr, Schultz. QH,, i'iiWeg,,pla to win but al tylniier the successful coaching of Mr. Schultz, our ,, ERFQA. basketball team won all of its seasonal games. :5JThey then defeated Clifton Springs in the finals and were named Yates-Ontario County F.F.A. Champions again this year. The boys have practiced hard, shown much ability, and certainly deserve their title. Naples Naples 'Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples Naples' Naples , Naples ' A Naples Naples CORES Savona ............ ..... 2 4 Dansville ................ 24 Bloomneld .............. 41 Wfaterloo ........ ..... 1 9 Odessa ........ ........ 2 9 Cohocton ................ 47 Penn Yan .. 20 Naples Alumn. .... 34 Dansville .............. 35 Bloomneld ............ 29 Waterloo ................ 29 Cohocton ................ 56 Penn Yan .............. 18 Clifton Springs .... 16 68 SO BASEBALL-First Row: W. Mor- rison, D. Eddy, W. Grow, L Hoh, J. Hole, A. Westbrook, V Seager, Mr. Clark. Second Row W. Clark, T. Smith, G. Seager, R. Angelo, J. Adams, G. Fitzgerald, R. Treadwell, H, Fleischman, H. Johnson, R. Evarts, J. Reed. Q, 4 -E . A:-A .gf ,, my-jg Q ' A - '1','o-'fi I 5 .- , . . ,' af.-. Q . ,-V . . .-'bfi' 4 . ' H ,M 42. :N , ' .. ' , ' new". show our line sportsmanship. Baseball is our major spring sport. This year, our team enjoyed a very successful season. They lost only one game out of eleven and this was to Red Jacket Central. As league champs, they traveled to the quarter- finals and semi-tinals where they defeated Arkport and Cuba. They then downed Bolivar in the finals and our Big Green returned home with the Section 5 Championship. 'A':f"" . . ... . - . Ju The first day of school our soccer team started its rigorous schedule of practice. This paid off as their record was seven wins, two ties, and only one loss-to Gorham Central. The team went to the quarter-finals but was beaten by Red Creek Central. Although they were defeated, our boys displayed fine sportsmanship and ability. G. Eckert. p69 I F SOCCER-First Row: M. Schutz L. Barton. Second Row: Mr. Clark J. Hole, W. Pressler, R. Schutz D. Eddy, H. Motz, S. Evarts, H Todd, H. Schwingle, R. Joseph Third Row: J, Lyon, G. Seager R. Wheaton, L. Schwingle, L Fisher, H. Fleischman, W. Jen nings, J. Brahm, A. Westbrook 752. ' ' J ' fy, I i. sf fm. ' V is K' iffy. , . 5 45 fi ff -f ' S hhkA ' - x b if I Q B 1 B T ga if f x RX 5 1 I Q f 1 if , . xx KR X' I Q if W 3 Q ff' fi W Q Q ia XXX L ix gm my M if ,Mg is ,Q if iw an N i K f, . ww, ,, .. 0 if . .51 . ,uw X 1 gg M ff' as - M-L 1 i H it all gg 3 M ini! MN 5 K . nv 55 "G Y M. W ppm! gn f , va' as K ' F J 'Ln an 1 ,W 'X Ny K .LW, if ,X f' 4,., wg,-nv-ww M W K f U' 43 ' fv A K Doing , trim. QL . 6 B fl im f 1 'Lx X 'S if ,X Q we 2 A ,gi 53 I , ,XX 1 Q 5 gil K5 Wk I 'ken -N- sl , as ff . f ,yy UAW f -3 X . - , ,. ,, ,L K . ,fl M , ""'iff.'Af 3PWWf1,T" 335533, 1 " . . , .V 5 . A, .. -' ---- pg. .,.. M ' A ' ' . W ' X' we 'K 1 .lt 1" if MQW Aww fy '-2Q.Ji.2a.WQ- V f -ni. f 'HN QB4"vf 'L A SU. Q. mu 5 1 ww A Dorian and Sharon look at the different finishes on senior pictures. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs. and Bud Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. George Wohlschlegel Richard Pepp Paul Cook Wm. Eckert Byron Bills Mel Wheaton Walter Pear Harold Hole Robert Pierce Milton Kahn Orey Wright Adelbert Beam . Harry Sutherland Harold Moore Richard F. Hunt Anthony Moscato Francis Fisher . Clyde Atwater Llewyn U. Thomas says "me too" Arthur B. Hawkins Chauncey Haight Mr. 8: Mrs. Roger Herman Mr. 8: Mrs. J. L. McKenna Miss Margaret Croft Mr. Ace Harvey Evarts Mr. james R. Barrett Mr. Earl Marble Mrs. George Hawks Mrs. Leon W. Sage The Richard Hawks Family Naples Senior Scouts Naples Intermediate Girl Scouts The Lobsters The Clique Student Council Naples F. F. A. Naples F. H. A. Band News Staff Class of 1959 Class of 1960 Class of 1961 Class of 1962 Gorham Oil Co. Inc. C. L. Daniels Service Station South Bristol Grange 72 Our KENNEDY CHEVROLET Sales and Service Middlesex, New York Phone Rushvl 99-Y-14 MOORE-EMORY FUNERAL HOME Willis Moore, Funeral Director Naples, New York Phone 3011 Compliments Io the Class of '59 PERRIELLO'S Naples Theater Entertainment At Its Best REED 8: McALLISTER Attorneys-at-Law Main Street Naples, New York NAPLES VALLEY GREENHOUSES Flowers for All Occasions "Doc" and Katie Abraham Naples, New York A. H. WILCOX 8: SON Building Materials Naples, New York Phone 41 1 1 GORDON E. BRAND General Repairs "Good Cars At Fair Prices" Phone 3662 PRESTON'S I. G. A. STORE Cohocton Street Naples, New York Phone 5311- CHARLES R. STANDISH Feeds, Produce, Coal, Paints Bristol Springs, New York Phone 4863 Compliments of LAKE ROAD DAIRY. INC. Milk and Dairy Products Hornell and Naples, New York NAPLES HOTEL Naples, New York Marion Schuyler, Proprietor Phone 7811 Compliments of LYON'S CHII.DREN'S lx LADIES' SHOP Naples, New York Phone 7551 VARDENS STUDIOS. INC. Your Oliicial Yearbook Photographers "Priceless School Memories" Rochester, New York Patrons ROBERT MILLER CO. Allis Chalmers Sales and Service North Cohocton, New York Phone KEystn 4-3271 Compliments of MOORE-COTTRELL North Cohocton, New York Phone KEystn 4-2211 YAN DYNE OIL COMPANY. INC. Flying A Products Distributors Naples, New York ARMSTRONG BROS.. INC. Suppliers of Sinclair Petroleum Products Wayland, New York Have More Enjoyment 8: Pride In Owning A 1959 Buick BENNETT BROTHERS Wayland, New York Compliments of BROWN-HOYT. INC. Canandaigua, New York Compliments of NAPLES LIQUOR STORE Naples, New York Phone 3641 Compliments of Gert and Freddy Eckert BEAUTY and BARBER SHOPS Naples, New York WlDMER'S WINE CELLARS New York State Wines Naples, New York Phone 2101 BORING E WALKER Plumbing and Heating Atlanta, New York Phone KEystn 4-2301 Many of our high school teachers Compliments of BRISTOL SPRINGS FOOD MARKET Francis Standish, Prop, Naples, New York JOHN TIBERIO "Your Blacktop Man" Naples, New York Phone 4846 WHEAT BROTHERS Buy the Bag or Buy the Ton But Always Buy G. L. F. Naples, New York ROBERT B. ALLEN Furniture-Funeral Services Naples, New York Phone 7001 L. W. BASSETT General Insurance Naples, New York Phone 2061 Compliments of C. J. WITTER Produce Naples, New York Compliments of DR. P. C. NEIDERT Naples, New York Phone 4451 EMERSON PRODUCE COMPANY, INC. Poultry Processing-Eggs Feed Mill-Farm Supplies Middlesex, New York attend the junior-Senior Banquet. H. W. KEENEY. INC. General Contractors Sand, Gravel, and Stone Canandaigua, New York INGLESIDE BIBLE INSTITUTE. INC Prattsburg, New York Undenominational-Tuition Free Christians Invited to Enroll JOHN SCHENK'S GARAGE Shell Gasoline and Oil Naples, New York Phone 7931 CORNISH MOTOR COMPANY Pontiac Sales and Service Naples, New York Phone 7021 Insurance Service at a Saving General Insurance MARSHALL W. CHAPMAN Naples, New York ALETHA SMITH NURSING HOME 24 Hour Nursing Service Naples, New York Phone 4181 AREA YOUTH FOR CHRIST. INC. Naples Hi-C Club Naples, New York Box 100 Quality Fertilizers and Baler Service At Discount Prices ELM ER F. GROW Middlesex, New York It looks as if the seniors will win the three-legged race. BOB and IRV'S Super Red and White One-Stop Food Store Naples, New York TRIPLE "C" BRAND Daisy Brand Potatoes Potatoes At Their Best Naples, New York BOB'S and RUTH'S Pickin' Chickin' North Main Street Naples, New York SECURITY TRUST COMPANY Naples Branch Complete Banking Services Naples, New York H. S. OTTO AND COMPANY Wholesale Produce and Coal Naples, New York Phone 3001 HARRY A. WILEY International Trucks Sunoco Gas and Oil Naples, New York MILLER PAPER COMPANY Box 507 1000 Massachusetts Avenue North Adams, Massachusetts When You Build Consult a Member of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE of ARCHITECTS LAKE VIEW RESTAURANT Daniel Guilfoyle, Prop. Steaks, Chops, Chicken, Seafood Free Parking and Dock Service Everyone is ready to watch the sack race. VIERHILES Furniture and Appliances Main Street Naples, New York MAURICE L. BRAND Excavating and General Contracting Naples, New York Phone 4862 DANA STANDISH Bulldozer Service Naples, New York Phone 3756 O. S. WILLIAMS lr SONS. Proprieiors Day Old and Started Chicks Market Turkeys 77-Y-2 Rushville, New York .IOHNSON'S WAYSIDE MARKET Leonard joseph, Prop. Naples, New York DR. KATHLEEN HARWOOD Naples, New York Phone 3191 SCHWINGEL BROS. Atlanta, New York Ayshire Cattle and Potatoes L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY C. S. 8: C. Division Attleboro, Mass. Compliments of Roehesier COCA COLA Bo-Hllng Corp. Dansville, New York SAVAGE WESTERN AUTO Peter J, Savage, Proprietor Naples, New York Compliments of ANDREW'S BEAUTY PARLOR Middlesex, New York GREEN ACRES NURSING HOME Rushville, New York Phone Rushvl 58 JACOB'S GROCERY lr MARKET Middlesex, New York Phone Rushvl 9-Y-3 74 Compliments of WHITE SWAN RESTAURANT Canandaigua, New York SOUTH END Groceries Naples, New York NAPLES COFFEE SHOP Monier Manor William Misel, Proprietor POLLY DOMM'S BEAUTY SHOP Permanents and Hair Styling Naples, New York NAPLES PHARMACY Peter J. Savage, Proprietor Naples, New York LYLE BARTON GULF SERVICE STATION Naples, New York POTTER PACKING CO. Custom Slaughtering and Processing Phone Rushville 65-F-4 MARTIN'S BARBER SHOP John Martin, Prop. Naples, New York CLOVER FARM STORE Ray and Hazel's Naples, New York LOCUST CREEK APIARY A. J. Braun Naples, New York Compliments of DILLON'S BARBER SHOP Naples, New York LLOYD E. CLAWSON Plumbing, Heating and Lighting Naples, New York Compliments of CONROY JEWELERS Naples, New York FLEISCHMAN'S SERVICE STATION Naples, New York Phone 7 1 1 1 The food must be very good Compliments of THELMA LYON'S BEAUTY SHOP Naples, New York NAPLES HARDWARE Loring French, Prop. Naples, New York BOB SCHWlNGLE'S GARAGE Cohocton Street Naples, New York THE NAPLES PENNYSAYER Naples, New York Phone 7221 WILLIAMS FARM MARKET Chickens, Eggs, Fruits Naples, New York Compliments of ORANGE INN Naples, New York E. B. ARNOLD Naples, New York Phone 3661 Compliments of WALT'S SHOE REPAIR Naples, New York WOLFANGER'S STORE Charles E. Briglin North Cohocton, New York HARTWELL COMPANY Oliver Sales and Service Atlanta, New York LANDINO'S GROCERY STORE Atlanta, New York Phone KEystn 4-2151 ROGERS lr TENBROOK L. J. Tenbrook, Proprietor Wayland, New York Compliments of EVANS WHOLESALE CO.. Confeciions Bath, New York THE REDWOOD RESTAURANT Naples, New York Al and Frieda Hodges Signing yearbooks is an important part of Field Day. On Field Day, students PAUL MILLER Attorney at Law Naples, New York Compliments of JOAN'S BEAUTY SHOP Naples, New York ARROWHEAD LANES Bowling Alleys Canandaigua, New York CHARLES M. GARDNER 8: CO. Prebound Library Books Scranton, Pennsylvania WATKINS SPORTING GOODS 211 N. Franklin Street Watkins Glen, New York LARRY HEATH Painting 8: Carpentry Naples, New York THE CEDAR HOUSE Winnie and Fred Coomber, Prop. Bristol Valley, New York HOWARD S. SMITH General Insurance Naples, New York FRANCIS BILLS' GARAGE Bristol Springs Road Naples, New York STEUBEN FARM SUPPLY Atlanta, New York Phone KEystn 4-3101 take over the teachers' roles. MOUNTAIN VIEW INN Meals, Rooms and Lunches Atlanta, New York LONG li CHADWICK. AGENCY Real Estate - Insurance Naples, New York BRAN D'S GROCERY Academy, New York Phone Canandaigua 1014-j KNAPP'S RED In WHITE Atlanta, New York Phone KEystn 4-2201 BABBIN 81 HARMON. INC. Atlanta, New York Phone KEystn 4-2251 and 4-5171 Compliments of MARTIN DINZLER Naples, New York SUTTON COMPANY Fishing Tackle - Sporting Goods Naples, New York Compliments of NAPLES DINER Naples, New York PARK'S DAIRY INC "Highest Quality Milk and Cream" Wayland, New York CLAWSON'S SERVICE STATION Naples, New York Phone 4351 We thank ou all. 75 Eg 'Ls lil Ml K hz ri ,Q -1 ,, me .2 .. k ik -.,,,S I f ,J fs in 3 wa K Sf 5 gf fs' . N X Yfw Q 'V H H 1 ,f f 'J 'x' . 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