New Berlin Central High School - Crest Yearbook (New Berlin, NY)
- Class of 1955
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The Senior Class wishes to dedicate this
yearbook to our Senior class advisors. We thank
you, Mrs. Deal and Mr. Iamba, for all the
time and effort you have given us.
The Senior Class wishes to thank Mr.
Green for all he has done to make our Senior
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Left to right: Mrs. Butts, Mr. Chase, Mr. Page, Mrs. Genung, Mr. Larcher, Mr. Gilmore.
Members of the Class of 1955, the Board of Education wishes to congratu-
late you upon the completion of your High School education. May your paths be
filled with success and happiness as you go down life 's way.
Howard L. Page,
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f to right: Mrs. Holdridge, Mrs.
Jenison, Mrs. Saur, Mrs lkden,
Left to right: Mr. Bassett, Mr. Howe, Mr. Briarly
Left to right: M. Lloyd, M. Fuller, A. Balcom, B.
Gregory, T. Ambrose, M. Enman, L. Gibson, P.
Miller, L. Button, L. Johnson.
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First row, left to right: Miss Pepper, Mrs. Rudnitski, Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Frink,
Mrs. Robbins, Mrs. Lowe, Mrs. White, Miss Colgrove, Mrs. Whitacre, Miss Roberts, Mrs
Clapp. Second row: Mr. Feig, Mr. Hartnett, Mr. Jamba, Mr. Maloney, Mr. Green, Mr.
Huth, Mr. D'Aprix, Mr. Slawson, Mr. Jacobsen. Mr. Whitney, Mr. Fry. Third row: Mrs.
Jackson, Mrs. Monthie, Mrs. Jager, Mrs. Swanchak, Mrs. Acenowr. Mrs. Ackerman,
Mrs. McFarland, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Deal, Mrs. Manchester.
We, the Class of '55, wish to express sincere thanks and gratitude to each and every
one of our beloved teachers, for their guidance through out our school years.
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ARLEENE MARIAN ABPLANALP MILTON B. ANSON
"Sunshine " "Milt"
ADELBERT L. AUSTIN HOWARD STANLEY BACKUS
" Louie " " Red"
NINA IANICE BICE MARGARET E. BRENNAN
PHYLISS IEANNE BUTTS CARL LAUREN CAMENGA
BRUCE HARVEY CAMP EUGENE D. COLE
ROBERT LAWERENCE C OLLIER
CA RL CURTISS
WESLEY VANDUZER FISH BETTY IANE FLETCHER
SHIRLEY MAY FLOYD DONALD N. GIBSON
" Shirley" "Moose"
RICHARD F. GRAHAM GEORGE HENRY GULLER
MARY ANN HAGGERTY BETTY JANE JOHNSEN
PROCTOR ROBERT KENYON, JR. BYRON LYNN MATTESON
BARBARA MCQUADE ALICE GAIL MINBR
MYRA JEAN RAMEY WARREN N. SARGENT
MARVIN L. SLENTZ JOHN W. SPURR
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WESLEY NEWTON STEPHENS FLORENCE M. TURNBULL
LORA MAY WILLIS CARMELA M. ZORDA
"Lora" "Carm "
Dunng the Easter vacation, a group of thirty-six students--the Class of 1955--and
our chaperones Mr and Mrs. Green, Mrs. Deal and Mr. Jamba pushed onward to the
goal we had long been striving for--Washington, D. C.
Enroute to our goal, we
made several stops for re-
The New Colonial Hotel
was a welcome sight after
our long joumey. We visited
the zoo and we all enjoyed
The beautiful capitol build-
ing fascinated us as did the
Washington Cathedral with
its magnificent altars,
We visited the Washington
Monument and the Lincoln
By the end of each day, our
rooms were a comforting
and very welcome sight.
Our Senior trip picture was
taken at Mount Vemon and
we stopped at the Iwo Jima
statue on our way home
after a wonderful trip.
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As we. the class of '55, bring to a close our struggling, forlom school days, we reminisce to the first
day we attended kindergarten. Here we find the old faithfuls who so nobly relinquished their entire thirteen
years to N. B. C. S. Among them are: Shirley Davis, Melvin Fairchild, Betty Fletcher, George Guller,
Barbara McQuade, Byron Matteson, Myra Ramey, Warren Sargent, Marvin Slentz, John Spurr, Adlebert
Austin, Phyllis Butts, Bruce Camp, Carl Curtis, and Carmela Zorda. Here we find Johnny Spurr crying his
eyes out on the first day of school because he didn't want to leave his mother.
Upon entering the first grade, we initiate to our '55 class none other than that old progressive lad,
Wesley "Deacon" Stephens. It was in this class that poor Pug Matteson came across the misfortune of falling
into an oversized mud puddle. Upon inquiring at the nurse's office for a dry change, the best she could pro-
vide was a blanket. All day he went around with it wrapped about him, finding it difficult in keeping the
inquisitve little girls away.
In second grade, we invite two more members to our class and may we add, in opposite character--
Milton Anson and Eugene Cole.
It was in the third grade that Mrs. Lowe would coat our tongues with the hottest, most disagreeable
solution ever, if we were caught chewing gum.
A show that certainly made a hit in fourth grade was "Sioux City Sue" with the only surviving member
of the four being Phyl Butts.
Fifth grade with Mrs. Angel finds much excitment and mischief. This year was when a couple of
characters planted com in our teachers flower box. Know anything about that Chet Ca mp?
Sixth grade admitted Florence Tumbull, Katerina and Adolph Engel into our happy crew. During this
year while on a field trip with Miss Bingham, Johnny Spurr stepped on a dead snake. Miss Bingham cuffed
his ears and sent him back to the bus because she thought the snake had been alive.
Seventh grade we enter into a new system of classes and are now recognized as the Junior High. As our
class multiplies, three more members join the wagon, towering Don Gibson, a sly character known as Wes
Fish, our own quiet Mary Ann Haggerty and the most bashful girl you ever saw, Nina Bice.
Betty Johnsen, our hit majorette, and Proc Kenyon join us in eighth grade and we carry out a progressive
and successful year.
Leaving Junior High, another bashful girl joins us as we enter high school. Here it is discovered that
we are burdened with more work and responsibilities but eligible for more activities. With Florence
Tumbull as our president, we commence to work toward that must exciting event of all - the Senior Trip.
Slowly and steadily, we climb the ladder and find that we are on the tenth rung. Here a very friendly
guy, Bob Collier, joins our class, and a very sweet girl, Arleene Abplanalp. We also purchased our class
rings this year.
Our Junior year, with Otto as our president, the most outstanding event was the Junior Prom with Betty
Johnsen anu Marv Slentz presiding as Queen and King. Maggie Brennan joins us here, too.
Now, at last we are Seniors, the title we've earned and have been awaiting for so long. Johnny Spurr
was elected as President, bless the poor soul, never thought he would get us to Washington. To make our
class complete, Gail Miner, the girl with the giggle, and Shirley Floyd join us as we wait and work for
that eventful day on June 27th, Graduation, one of the most exciting happenings in our life.
So, as we leave you, we the class of 1955 bid you farewell in hopes that yours will be a happy and
prosperous Senior year.
Reminiscing! Does it ever happen to you? My but isn't it strange sometimes what little things
will again recall pleasant memories. Such was the case this afternoon as I attempted to drive
home from a busy day at the airport and found my way blocked by a train of mail cars.
I then remembered the letter I received from Carl Camenga a week ago, as I, Flo Turnbull,
sat waiting for the train to pass. I began reviewing in my mind the contents of his letter, which
told of the reunion for the Class of 1955, which was to be on Pug Matteson's cruiser with Del
Austin as Captain. It was designed by Otto Graham.
I had been unable to attend because of an unscheduled flight and the scarcity of stewardesses.
The pilot, Bob Kenyon and co-pilot, George Guller had volunteered to take an old school mate,
Lora Willis to her missionary post in Africa. Red Backus, another one of our famous pilots, left
California early Monday to bring many of the rich members of the Class of '55 to the reunion.
Wesley V. C. Fish, President of the Victory Chain and Mr. and Mrs. John Spurr fthe former
Shirley Floyd, who are now the owners of several large restaurants and bars in Los Angeles were
aboard. Shirley wrote Phyl Butts, President of the Butts Cosmetic Co. only last week. She said
Nina Bice led her Temperance Group into one of the bars and smashed every bottle.
Some of my former classmates need no introduction. With a demanding manager like Don
Gibson, Gene Cole has a very good chance of being "Athlete of 1965. "
Camiela Zorda has her own column in the Daily Bugle, 'Advice to the Lovelom, " and re-
ceives many of her ideas from Betty Johnsen. That is, when she has spare time from her model-
ing at Ramey's in New York. Myra Ramey certainly went places with her designing.
Betty Fletcher and Mary Ann Haggerty are partners in the Ritz Chann School. Arleen Abpla-
nalp is one of their steady customers. She can afford such luxuries with a husband who owns a
chain of garages.
Maggie Brennan made a Crazy Otto recording and has been filthy rich ever since.
In the same cata gory is Marv Slentz. He struck oil on his dude ranch and is making money
by the bale.
The advertisement section of the paper informs me that Bob Collier and Carl Curtis are
running a sawmill.
Milt Anson was just declared champion tobacco auctioneer of North Carolina and Kentucky.
Gail Miner is a famous author of children's stories, and Barb McQuade reads many of them
to her pupils.
From Carl's letter, I leamed that Katie Engel heads the Longshoreman's Union. Warren
Sargent and Wes Stephens are important members.
Shirley Davis and Melvin Fairchild run a large dairy farm and the prospector of the class,
Chet Camp, is in Alaska digging.
The roar of horns brought me back, and I noticed that the train was no longer in sight. Just
then, I'd be willing to put my rosy face against Nina 's and assure you of a new champion blusher.
Adapted from play form by,
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS
Sitting, left to right: Secretary, Turnbull: President, Spurrg Vice President, Graham
Standing: Advisor, Mrs. Deal, Treasurer, Stevens, Advisor, Mr. Jamba.
"Any Job Great Or Small, We Do It Well Or Not At A11"
Red and White
Editor ------- ---- B etty Johnsen
Business Manager - - ---- Shirley Floyd
Literary Editor ---- - - - Barbara MoQuade
Processing Chairman - - ---- Katie Engel
Sports Manager - - -
Photography - - -
Activity Editor - - - -
This year, the Yearbook Staff has decided upon a new fall delivery system for the Hilltop '55, A staff
composed of Juniors is acting as an understudy group to prepare for next year's book.
- - - - Nina Bice
- - - -Phyllis Butts
- - John Spurr
First row: Harold Smith, Katerina Engel, Barbara McQuade, Betty Johnsen, Shirley Floyd, Nina Bice,
Second row: Marjorie Hopson, Florence Turnbull, Arleene Abplanalp, Betty Fletcher, Carmela Zorda,
Phyllis Butts, Myra Ramey.
Third row: Carl Camenga, Eugene Cole, John Spurr, Angelo Franco, Roger Gregory.
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Mark Fuller - N. Bice and S. Davis
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- L. Willis
- B. Fletcher
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Miss E. Doreen Frost - C. Zorda
Commercial - F. Turnbull
- P. Butts and K.
'Tl LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT .-'T
We, the Seniors of 1955, hereby bequeath our prized possessions in the following manner--
Milt Anson- -his quiet ways to Harold Smith.
Del Austin--160 pounds of solid muscle to Dick Meyers.
Arleene Abplanalp--her ability to hold fstranglej a man to Edith Burr.
Nina Bice--gladly leaves her blush to Corinne Runion.
Red Backus--his hair to Liz Lloyd to match her temper.
Maggie Brennan--her giggle to Betty Gilmour.
Phyl Butts--A mega phone to Mrs. McFarland so that the people in her classes can make them-
selves heard over the noise from the shop.
Carl Camenga--leaves Warren Prentice a big ball and chain.
Carl Curtis--leaves an extra gallon of gas to Russ Lowe to be carried in his car on all dates. We
wouldn't want Barb to get in too late!
Gene Cole--leaves the scoring record they made at Sidney to Harry Dunham so that no one will
Shirley Davis--leaves a spatula to Donna Boice to make her work in the cafeteria easier next
Adolph Engel--leaves his winning ways with faculty and friends to Jolly Gregory.
Katerina Engel--leaves her filibustering ability to Gloria Button.
Shirley Floyd--roll-over bars and a crash helmet for use in Drivers Education to Gail Haywood.
Betty Fletcher--A copy of Tolstoy's War and Peace to Mrs. Clapp to read over the weekend.
Mel Fairchild--his cute wave so that Nancy Bice won't have to take time from more interesting
subjects to set her hair.
Chub Guller--his W. C. T. U. Button to Mr. Green.
Moose Gibson--a box of No-Doz tablets to Angelo Franco for use in Physics.
Otto Graham--his suberb football knowledge and ability to Shorty Chase.
Wes Fish- -a popcorn ball to Patty Burke just for old times sake.
Bob Collier- -his Liars Club Membership card to Rupert Davis.
Mary Ann Haggerty--leaves Bob Kenyon to all the Junior girls for a bodyguard in Washington so
they won't be followed by sailors left in care of Connie Hardy.
Barb McQuade--a key and padlock to Ann Beardslee to put on her mailbox to make sure mail is
the only thing delivered to her.
Betty Johnsen--the pillows she used in the Senior Play to Liz Kaul to make her pleasingly plump
Gail Miner--her father's services to Nancy Whitacre for her wedding.
Pug Matteson--leaves the record "Out Behind the Bam' to Rupert Davis.
Myra Ramey--a can of turpentine to Helen Burski to keep the art room clean.
Marv Slentz--his "honey-dumper" to Dick Horton.
Johnny Spurr--A bottle of hair dye to Sharon Camp to cover up any grey hairs she might acquire
in getting her class to Washington, D. C.
Wes Stephens--leaves all the Senior's unpaid bills to Glen Sanford.
Flo Tumbull--leaves her magnificent brain in care of Mr. Green to be divided among the next
Lora Willis--leaves 'What It Takes to Get Along With Business Teachers" to Irene Abplanalp.
Chet Camp--leaves his way with History teachers to Marg Hobson.
Jake Sargent--a list of very private parking places to Janet Norton and Joyce Whimey.
Proc Kenyon--leaves a can of green paint to Bill Neuland to match that other terrible color.
A copy of this will is left to Ida Bell Button to carry out with her iron hand by--
First row, left to right: Hobson, Gilmour, Camp, Franco, Sanford.
Second row: Neuland, Horton, Dunham, Davis, Chase, Mr. Hartnett, Prentice, Gregory,
Third row: Hardy, Button, Kaul, Boice, Ackerman, Whitacre, Burke, Haywood, Norton.
Burski, Bice, Lloyd, Button, Beardslee, Burr.
Hobson - -
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- - - - President
- - Vice President
- - - Treasurer
Sitting: Fletcher, lzard, Porter, Huth.
First row: Mr. Fry, Collier, Clark, Miner, Church, Slentz, Chase, Williams, Guller, Slentz, Gage,
Conklin, Gracyalny, Lucey, Mrs. Elliott.
Second row: Angell, Williams, Fairchild, Bice, Webb, Kellogg, Card, Bice, Turnbull, Smith, Hazard,
Third row: Lamb, Enman, Davis, Preshure, Amold, Rolen, Meyers, Simmons, Royce, Dockstader, Brown,
Fourth row: Reed, Cooper, Hines, Cox, Chapman, Button, Larcher.
Barbara Fletcher ---------- - - Secretary
Brenda lzard ---- - - - President
Roger Porter - - - - Vice President
Sue Huth - - - - - - Treasurer
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Second row: Chase, Willis, Barker, Hunt, Wiggins, Rose, Schworm, Haywood, Maxon, Olds, White,
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Richard Wood ---------- - - - Secretary
Calvin Lloyd - - - ---- President
Ann Franco - - - - -Vice President
Beverly Johnsen - - ---- Treasurer
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Second row: Whitton, Honeywell, Davis, Rose, Burr, Hotaling, Slentz, Dye, Penner,
Third row: Chase, Slentz, Cole, Gillete, Mrs. Williams, Mr. Slawson, Gregory,
Burroughs, Carpenter, Runion.
First row: Sanford, Maxson, Maples, Cummings, Benjamin, Shepherd, Webb, Brown,
Kinney, Borst, Lowe.
Second row: Lamoree, Potter, Calhoun, Talcot, Smith, Musk, Fairchild, Lauria,
Third row: Gregory, Church, Abrams, Deal, Mr. Slawson, LaFond, Dunham, Burdick,
First row, left to right: Hoxie, Lindsay, Davisson, Chase, l-line, Jones, Winton, Backus,
Johnson, Busch, Hall.
Second row: Meyers, Boice, Camp, Van Court, Dalsgaard, Slentz, Benson, Clapp,
Brown, Sweet, Beadle, Smith.
Third row: Abrams, Gracyalny, Sickler, Ballister, Hendrickson, Penner, Burgess, Gil-
bert, Johnson, Mr. Whitney.
First row: Minor, Come, Benjamin, weaver, Franco, Saur, Brownell, Webb, Douglas,
Second row: Whitacre, Potter, Hull, Williams, Dunham, Rose, Jones, Bice, Izard,
Tootill. Davis, Dart.
Third row: Sawyer, Fairchild, Gould, Moore, Gelatt, Haywood, Williams, Eiholzer,
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First row, left to right: Gilmour, Weaver, Clark, Horstman, Dixon, Clapp, Dye, Utter.
Second row: Johnson, Lucey, Brown, Camp, Johnson, Davisson, Benson, Hinds, Ander-
Third row:Ta1cott, Starr, Gregory, Wiggins, Armstrong, Sickler, Matteson, Curtiss,
Fourth row: Perkins,, Spurr, Hinds, Gelatt, Larcher, Greene, Hill.
First row: Taranto, lzard, Fargo, Liddle, Smith, Gracyalny, Howard, Rose, Chapin.
Second row: Williams, Maxson, Parker, McQuade, Horstman, Mudge, Cloyd, Runion,
Mowry, Tyler, Mrs. Jager.
Third row: Burch, Novak, Tootill, Larcher, Boice, Lewis, Cadwell, Matteson, Chapin
Fourth row: Holk, Carpenter, Olds, Williams.
First row: Weller, Jones, Taranto, Davis, Tyler, Young, Sweet, Collier, Mrs. Greene.
Second row: Barrows, Palmer, Cummings, Tyler, Pittsley, Gage, Stringham, Dart, Moore
Third row: Zorda, Fenner, Riso, Winton, MoQuade, Taylor, Dye, Wilcox.
First row: Jones, Neuland, Maine, Conklin, Clark, Franco, Brownell, Hazard.
Second row: Miller, Smith, Camp, Lloyd, Heins, Milton, Hoag, Rose, Benson.
Third row: Chase, Dye, Come, Webb, Hill, McClure, Anderson, Warren.
Fourth row: Davis, Johnsen, Davis, Card, Webb, Webb, Mrs. Frink.
First row: Jennings, Riso, Eaton, Hine, Brownell, Schimkat, Williams, Novak, Chase,
Second row: Slentz, Bennett, Ramsey, VanCourt, Johnson, Jackson, Porter, Izard, Talcott,
Third row: Davis, Bice, Lloyd, Olds, Preshell, Cooper, Lauria, Spicer.
Fourth row: Hill, Stringham, DeForest, Sprague, Beardslee, Mrs. White.
First row: Carnrike, Davisson, Brown, Jones, Miller, Todd, Williams, Crandall, Disstler
Second row: Sastri, Rose, Mudge, Howe, Merrihew, Lyons, Ramsey, Merrihew, Lyons,
Third row: Wilcox, Warren, Austin, Button, Walkden, Hansen, Nelson, Clapp.
Fourth row: Lauria, Card, Dawson, Benson, Moore, Chase, Benson, Woodbury, Mrs.
First row, left to right: Linger, Pittsley, Brownell, Tootill, Werlau, Clark, Hoxie, Mrs
Second row: Camp, Clarke, Wilcox, Chapin, Come, Tiffany,
Third row: Smith, Frink, Presnell, Hill, Cole, Slawson, D'Aprix,
Fourth row: Reed, Matteson, Smith, Wandell, Palmer.
First row, left to right: Wright, Clapp, Cloyd, Craig, Platt, Crandall, Winton, Presell,
Weaver, Mrs. Swanchak.
Second row: Davis, Robertson, Keene, Perkins, Chase, Lamb, Liddle, Dye, Creighton.
Third row: Lewis, Parker, Brahs, Kinney, Mitchell, Chapin, Grant, Kennedy, Williams.
Fourth row: Izard, Matteson, Sweet, Burch, Parson, Edwards, Honeywell, Lyon,
First row, left to right: Card, Pittsley, Brownell, Rose, Dunham, Sustri, Hanson, Taranto,
Second row: Bickford, Chapin, Wiggins, lzard, Winton, Gregory, Woodbury, Hoosier,
Third row: Green, Rose, Stowell, Smith, Mrs. Acenour, Chase, Holk, Wright,
First row: Moore, Piazza, Simpson, Penner, Gracyalny, Mudge, Humphrey, Kellogg,
Second row: Frink, Come, Williams, Knickerbocker, Harshbarger, Ramsey, Armstrong,
Third row: Walkden, Porter, Parry, Anderson, Eihozer, Ackerman, Kennedy, Sprague,
First row, left to right: Miner, Gueller, Maxon, Sweet, Brownell, Knickerbocker,
Second row: Green, Chesebro, Nichter, Miller, Jaquay, Mussision, Novak, Jones.
Third row: Taranto, Pahner, Gregory, Mrs. Manchester, Harshbarger, Mrs. Jacobson,
Fuller, DeForest, Gelatt.
First row: Rowe, Clapp, Shimer, Utter, Brown, Smith, Lewis, Lottridge, Pardee.
Second row: Armlin, Bouden, Tiffany, Penner, Pylinski, Nelson, Grant,
Third row: Dye, Meyers, Fuller, Mrs. Jackson, Hill, Anderson, Williams.
First row: Ferguson, Lloyd, Moore, Morey, Perkins,
Second row: Sanford, VanWagr1er, Coleman, Sanford,
Third row: Waffle, Edmonds, Sanford, Bice, Hurlbutt,
Fourth row: Miss Colegrove, Ferguson, Mrs. Whitacre,
First row, left to right: Taranto, Dye, Henrickson,
Second row: Camp, Todd, Perkins, Salmon, Lewis,
Third row: Dunham, Chase, Burke, Meyers, Deal.
First row, left to right: Ramsey, Taylor, Maxson,
White, Haynes, Ramey.
Second row: Hotaling, Parker, Brown, Willis, Gillette
Third row: Sawyer, Webb, Douglous, Potter, Clapp,
Fourth row: Dart, Reed, Larchar, Fairchild, Bice,
Fifth row: Davis, Lucey, Clark, Utter, Fairchild,
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First row, left to right: Manager Carpenter, Backus, Dunham, Royce, Chase, Manager Whitacre
Second row: Coach Fry, Arnold, Dockstader, Cole, Graham, Lowe.
First row, left to right: R. Porter, B. Simmons, D. LaFond, J. Gould, C. Lloyd, R.
Second row: Mr. Fry, W. Rolen, M. Dunham, D, Ackerman, R. Whitacre, D. LaFond,
R. Williams, J. Hines, H. Smith.
Standing: N. Williams.
Squatting: Mr. Fry, C. Carpenter, W. Camp, T. Whitacre, N. Williams
First row, left to right: Matteson, Zorda, Lamb, Chase, Porter Hardy Lloyd
Second row: Cooper, Dockstader, Dunham, Meyers, Wood, Royce Ackerman, Gregory Mr
Third row: Camenga, Graham, Kenyon, Gibson, Matteson, Lloyd, Neuland Sargent
Sitting, left to right: Batboy, Hendrickson.
Kneeling: Simmons, Backus, Sanford, Meyers, Wood, Chase, Hardy, Amold, Gould.
Standing: Mr. Butts, Whitacre, Dockstader, Hines, Ackerman, Cole, LaFond, LaFond
Lowe, Rolens, Manager Lloyd.
Standing, left to right: Mrs. Williams, Saur, Dunham, Johnsen, Walkden,
Camp, Jolmsen, Webb, Bice, Honeywell, Lowe, Chase, Button. Officers: Sec
retary, Fletcher, President, Gilmore: Vice President, Haywood: Treasurer,
First row, left to right: Collier, Williams, Dye, Fletcher, Weaver, Slentz, Fair-
child, Hunt, Johnsen. Second row: Webb, Ackerman, Butts, Burr, Walkden,
Johnsen, Chase, Distler, Smith, Fletcher, Slentz. Third row: Bice, Whitacre,
Beardslee, Haywood, Haywood, Schworm, Gilmore, Lloyd, Bice, Camp, Mrs.
Left to right: Carmela Zorda, Marge I-iopson, Gloria
Button, Elizabeth Lloyd, Phyllis Butts.
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Left to right: Nancy Whitacre, Beverly Johnsen, Katy
Chase, Beverly Ballister, Betty Johnsen.
Left to right: Sharon Camp, Sue Huth, Barbara
Fletcher, Helen Chase, Barbara Collier.
This year, the yearbook--HILLTOP 1955, will contain some new features. These
are: pictures of the Washington trip during the Easter vacationp and Commencement
Also, a new "summer printing-fall delivery system" has been used this year, and
we wish to thank the Junior class yearbook staff for distributing these memory-packed
archives to their owners.
TH E YEARBOOK STAFF
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Left to right: Flora Menning, Phylis Conklin, Beatrice Card, Betty Fairchild,
Norma Bice, Mrs, Elliott, Nancy Bice, Barbara Angel, Connie Hardy, Donna
Boice, Arleene Abplanalp, Loretta Clark.
First row, left to right: Horton, Backus, Camenga, Davis, Prentice. Second row:
Sanford, Collier, Lamb, Fitzgerald, Sawyer, Johnson. Third row: Eiholzer,
Jones, Guller, Lloyd, Williams. Fourth row: Kenyon, Cadwell, Gregory, Davis,
Curtis. Fifth row: Mr. Jamba, Cox, Davis, Fairchild.
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Sitting, left to right: Haywood, Willis, Engel, Tumbull, Mrs. McFarland.
Standing: Franco, Boice, Camp, Beardslee, Haggerty, Ramey, Gregory.
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Sitting, left to right: Mrs. Acenour, Burdick, Miner, Taylor, Chase, Williams
Haywood, Mrs. Robbins. Standing: Smith, Franco, Dye, Mr. Huth, Brown,
new . . .
Left to right: Brown, Schworm, Utter, Dye, Miss Pepper
Left to right: Larcher, Mr. Iamba, Taylor, Johnson, Abplanalp.
First row, left to right:
Second row: Benjamin,
Franco, Ramey, Frink,
Chase, Runion, Slentz.
Jones, Turnbull, Fletcher, Haggerty, Bice, Beardslee, Gergory.
Collier, Ballister, Potter, Lamory, Honeywell, Boice, Jones,
Sanford, Sweet. Third row: Slentz, Webb, Taylor, Mr. Slawson
Sitting, left to right: Johnsen, Smith, Butts, Lowe, Whitacre, Engel, Hobson. Standing:
Jones, Taylor, Mr. Hartnett, Gregory, Talcot, Chase.
President ---- ------ - - Butts
Vice President - - - - Lowe
Secretary ---- - - - Smith
Treasurer - - - - - -Whitacre
This year the Student Council has attempted to live up to its standards as a demo-
cratically govemed body. One of the outstanding accomplishments we have achieved
during the school year of 1954-1955 is the movement to abolish alcoholic trends on the
school premises. A system of punishments has been devised and will be strictly enforced
throughout the coming school years.
The 1955 Student Council wishes to extend much success to the incoming officers
and council members. '
First row: Miss Roberts, H. Chase, K. Engel, A. Gracyalny, J. Potter, P. Haynes, M. Weaver, J. Slentz,
C. Hardy, G. Button, M. Miner, B. Collier, A. Franco.
Second row: C. Runion, I, Whitney, K. Ballister, M. Church, B. Angel, P. Gage, M, Williams, S.
Walkden, B. Fletcher, H. Lucy, J. Norton, D. Ackerman, E, Lloyd.
Third row: E. Kaul, B, Johnsen, B, Card, N. Whitacre, B. Johnsen, D. Boice, C. Zorda, E. Burr, G.
Haywood, B. Smith, P. Burke, E. Webb, M. Williams, B. Gilmour, J. Sprague, M. Church.
Fourth row: R. Dockstader, H. Smith, N. Arnold, W, Royce, R. Meyers, M, Enman, J . Runion, I.
Larcher, D. Deal, C. Jones.
First row: Webb, Brown, Runion, Gracyalny, Fairchild, Fletcher.
Second row: Franco, Chase, Hazard, Franco, Gracyalny, Stephens, Davis, Havwood, Sprague, Conklin,
Third row: Church, Simmons, Gibson, Maples, Larcher, Burke, Burroughs, Webb, Church, Fairchild,
Runion, Deal, Williams, Huth, Wolfangel, Gracyalny,
Fourth row: Webb, Brown, Carpenter, Mr. Huth, Enman, Zorda.
First row, left to right: Benjamin, Saur, Johnson, Backus, Hine, Jones, Busch,
Wiggins, Dunham. Second row: Dunham, Lowe, Borst, Shepard, Williams,
Distler, Kinney, Jones, Honeywell, Beardslee, Frink. Third row: Sickler, Dye
Burr, Cole, Rose, Beeching, Lauria, Miss Roberts.
First row, left to right: Maples, Franco, Gracyalny, Webb, Musk, Williams,
Wolfangle. Second row: Burroughs, Lowe, Perkins, Deal, Anderson, Lucey,
Huth, Fairchild, Franco, Runion, Enman, Maxon, Lewis, Huth. Third row:
Drummers - Carpenter, Chase, Boice.
First row, left to right: Miss Roberts, S. Walkden, D. Ackerman, E. Lloyd, A.
Gracyalny, A. Franco. Second row: E. Kaul, B. Angell, S. Huth, B. Fletcher,
C. Runion. Third row: B. Smith, B. Card, M. Williams, B. Gilmour, D.
Left to right: Miss Roberts, Mary Lou Church, Helen Chase, Elizabeth Webb
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Metcalf Elizabeth and Clifton Tamsett
E. M. Genung Tulon Auction
Mr. and Mrs. Butts Meritt Lloyd
Pat Miller H. C. Norton
Mr. Jack Sexton
C. M. Horstman
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Deal
Rantzen's Gulf Service
Jenkin's Landscape Service
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox
Mr. Leon Johnson
Mrs. Frank Ackerman
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YOU are the engineer of a long train of thought! A train of th aught that will go wherever
you, the new graduate, want it to go. It depends on you. You are the engineer.
There are some, of course, who believe in traveling light through the journey of life. They
seek little knowledge, because they have all they believe necessary. They seek no responsi-
bility, because responsibility is too heavy a burden for them to carry. They believe in traveling
light. But remember, it is the fast freight train that carries a full load and delivers the
And so it is, through these past few years, that you have been busy building your own train
of thought. Assisted by a thorough and capable "yard crew" of teachers, parents and friends,
you have been busy coupling one idea onto another-loading your mind with information
that will help you deliver the goods. Now it is time to leave the familiar station you know
as your high school.
BY ALL MEANS, be a through train. Select a goal in life and stay on the track. This is the
only way to justify the hard work of a faithful "yard crew." Don't be like the switch engine
that never gets out of the yard. And even though it may be tempting sometimes to pull over
into a siding, remember it is then that the faster freights go by.
Add to your train of thought as you go along-for the longer the train, the more goods it
has to deliver. Respect the opinions of others always, but never get the habit of being a
passenger in someone else's train of thought. Good Luck tothe Class of '55, and may all of
you have a clear track ahead.
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The Family Store
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