Newfane High School - Century Yearbook (Newfane, NY)

 - Class of 1960

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I ' ENTUR PRESENTED BY THE f CENTURY STAFF OE NEUFRNE EENTRQL EHOOL NEKJPHNE NED YOK y Z. X . 1 if ff x E T 7' u 'LX E' ui ! ,f ,xv M DEDICATIUN school years at N C S , we the class of 1960 respectfully dedicate our yearbook During all of our class activities you have always been willing and ready to give us 1deas and assistance You have spent long hours helping to make our proms, part1es,plays,and various other undertakings successful as well as enjoy able for us With your able guidance and devoted friendship, we felt able to solve any problem that arose. You have always given your time willingly and unselfishly when we needed it For these and many other services, we offer you our thanks To you, Mrs. Roberson,our faithful friend and class advisor during our high IJEDICATIUN Also to you, Mr Denault, our true friend and class advisor, we the class of 1960 respect1ve1y dedlcate our yearbook During the course of our many actlvities, your guidance, CI1fiC1Sm, under have spent Hlooking upn activ1t1es of former classes so that we could ga1n from their mistakes and successes We appreciate also, your personal 1nterest in us as individuals You have been willing to help us in any way youxcould. We shall always treasure your fr1endship For these and many other reasons we offer you our thanks standing, and praise have been invaluable. We appreciate the many hours you EDUCATIUN Russell Parker Mr Landel Robert Chm1t Bus1ness Manager BUARD UF S t Raymond Gaskmll, John Strong V1ce Pres1dent Cleaveland Mott, Pres1dent Mrs H1l1man Secretary Mrs Mabel S Lee D1str1ct Super1ntendent Miss Mrs Mrs Bowes, Clerk typ1st Wh1te, Clerk typ1st Ke1rn, Clerk typist I .nn 4 OFFICE PERSONNEL Dedication Senior Division Classes Division lr High Drvs on Grades Sports Activity UT CONTENTS a e pag I an pag T3 page 55 page 65 page 73 page T03 page H5 TABLE Title . . . e ' ' . . p g 2 d 3 Administration . page 6 . . . . I E ' ' i i . sing Pr1nc1pa1 D1rector of Elementary Educat1on Mr Malcolm Redmore Mr George Bllgh Mr C11fford H Bentley Administration VLANW Retlred Superv Princ1pa1 ll Director of Secondary Education Mr john Ch1avaro Mr David Manly Supervisor of Secondary Educat1on Mr Raymond Weber Industr1a1 Arts, Attendance 8 Transportatzon .--Q., Mus. K Mr Henry Wh1te Mr Thomas 1ene Industrlal Arts 81 Gurdance Dlfectof of Guldance Mrss M Shellberry, Miss L She11berry,l M1ss Jessie Benton Nurse Dental Hyg1enist 7 M1ss Devereaux, Blementary and Junior High Mr Coleman, Driver Education' Mr Bridges, Vocal Music Agr1culture, Mr Sleeper, Drxver Educat1on, Mr Mo er Elementar a d Hi h 8 1 Y U Junior 8 In Mr Capen, Mr Wollenberg, Industmal Arts strumental Mus1c, Mr Nemeth, Instrumental Mus1c, Mrs Beccue, Vocal Mus1c wif EJ 54 I sf 9 3' ,Q "" AR'-2 Mrs Cramp In Puondak, Art Mlss Viverette H k Junior High Homemaking omema Ing Mr Landsheft, Elementary Phys1ca1 Bducat1on Mrs Blewett, Girls' Physical Educat1on Mrs FU1191' MIS Haffl-CY K1nde-rgarten Duffy, Boys' Physical Educ:-1t1on 9 'A' , ' 5 1:gP' s a e fy?" 'E A fu if ' . Ayno le' ' ' q K 4- ve v 5 X 4-:A X ' ' vis" x . FX. 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GAA' can Q, . - "' 'W Eg. nlmono umuam snomi :mf GARY ALLEN Hathematxcs SCISHCG JOAN BEBEE Mathematmcs Sc1ence GORDON AULGUR M3th6m3t1CS Sc1ence LINDA BAKER Mathematmcs, Lat1n SCIENCE ,fx HW WILLIAM AMMERMAN SC1ence SENIURS BARBARA BEUTEL Mathemat1cs, BUS1H6SS RICHARD BEUTEL SC1eUCe, Industrlal Arts SENIURS GEORGE BRIDGEMAN Mus1c EDWARD BRANDT Business RONALD BRANCH Industr1al Arts VIRGINIA BRIDGEMAN MUb1C ELSBETH BREDEFELD SC1eHC6 DAVID H BROWW Mathemat1cs Sclence Lat1n JACK CHANEY Bus1ness LYNNE BURT Vocational Stenography DAVID L BROWN Mathemat1cs, SCIQHCG SENIURS FAITH CHEASTY Mathemat1cs DONALD CARNEGIE Sc1ence, Industr1a1 Arts JANET CLARK Mathemat1cs, Sc1ence SENIURS ALBERT DeCHAMBEAU Agr1culture RALPH DAUGHERTY Industr1a1 Arts, Agr1cu1ture thu 'Q' 'A4r A n-ff if 4 --fx , A12 !.1g,!,.. Cz. " V , A fiw .',' 4 :' ' AQ- ,lvl 1 'Qgi A RAYMOND DAUGHERTY athematics, Science SHARON CLEVELEY Vocatlonal Bookkeep1ng CHRISTINE DIETER Bus1ness IRMA DODGE Busmness STEXEN EDMISTER Industr1a1 Arts, Agr1cu1ture RICHARD DRAKE mence, Industr1al Arts 'Wx af? ROBERT EADIE Mathemat1cs 19 ELAINE DOWSE Vocatlonal Stenography SENIURS BRENDA EVDERBY Business , A S N. . S" Sv M -,xl v ' in aj - .gif . H f"'1'mfi'. .' ' JY.-":'Q. . " ' :,',':,: gi. 'ffm ' ', -'T -:i 4: - ffm .. fr' K", . tf'J!wX P, He 1.v .shsuJ A, .EA, vs . 5 'bg 1 A mf N' P.:",.':,'cg,f.I . - , V A . - X . . f 5 Ng V V ! . DONNA ERCK Mathematxcs, Sc1ence SENIURS JUDITH GOBLE Mathemat1cs Sc1ence Lat1n LINDA FLAGLER Business QkWQ3S+5 MERRILEE FELTZ Scxence JAMES GOODELL Mathemat1cs SCIENCE I gggsff X' PAUL FLAGLER Industrial Arts WARILXN FRAHXW W1thPwat1Cs NQ10nLa Lat1n TERRH GRECF W8th6m3t1CS QCIGUCE SHARON GREENE Science, Business SHARON FREPNMAID MIQHAFL FRAX XOL3t1OH3l R okkeepmng SENIURS IACQUELIVE HALIFAX MathPmat1cs Qcxence a hematlrs MARCIA HAMMOND Scxence SENIURS BYRON HARTLEY Sc1ence Latln JANE HARRINGTON Vocational Bookkeeping 3' f M! 33 TERRY HANWA Industr1a1 Arts JOHN MCINALLY Transferred from Cowdenheath Scotland RUQSFII HARRISON SLIPUCC JEAWETTE HEIVA Xopatlonal Stenographw DANIEL HORAWBURF Mathemat1cs SCIENCE CALXIN HOWARD Sc1ence, Mathemat1cs French DONALD HOLTZ Mathemat1cs SCIPUCG SENIURS EDWIN HOWARD FREDA HUGHES BUSINESS Industr1a1 Arts DANIEL HUNDSHAMER BUS1HeSS SENIURS MARY JANE KERWIN Vocational Stenography JAMES LEWIS Vocat1ona1 AgI1CU1tUf6 SHIRLEY KLUMPP BARBARA JANAS SC16UC6 GARY LOEFFERT Sc1ence, Muslc Vocat1ona1 Bookkeep1ng JOHN LUTZ Art DONNA MILBY Mathemat1cs, Sc1ence THEODORE MARSTON Industrial Arts LEE MARSLAND Industr1a1 Art SENIURS CAROL MILLS Mathemat1cs, SC1eHCC KATHLEEN MCALLISTER Mathemat1cs, SC1SHC8 Lat1n ROGER MITTLESTADT Mathemat1cs, SCICUCE SENIURS SARAH MONTHONY Science, Latin DAVID MOHLAR Mathemat1cs Sc1ence NANCY MURPHY BUSINESS RAYMOND MYERS Iudustr1a1 Arts RILHARD MOSLRE Mathe1at1cs SC1ence 26 N ARIIUL PUWALR9 WILLIAM NEARY Industr1al Arts DENNJIS RAYMONID Sc1ence Industr1a1 Arts , wg. , HELLE RAKF ELDT Mathematics , Science Latin 27 CARL PEDLEY SCICUCS , Agmculture SENIURS ISABELLE REID Sclence L ,. GERALD ROBISON Sc1ence SENIURS PATRICIA ROLLINGER Mathemat1cs, Scxence DAVID RUETHER Mathemat1cs, Sc1ence Lat1n ARMAND ROGER Vocatmonal Agr1cu1ture PATRICK RYAN Vocatlonal Bookkeeplng SUSAN ROSE Mathemat1cs, Sclence LYNN SMITH Sc1ence RICHARD SAGE Mathemat1cs Sc1ence SHARON STOWELL Bus1ness LEMIS STEVFNQON Art 29 65253 RONALD SCHNURSTEIN Mathematmcs, Sc1ence SENIURS LYNFORD STRONG SC1ence Industr1al Arts 'wfzx ak RAYMOND STRONG Mathemat1cs Sc1ence SENIURS TERRELL TAYLOR Mathemat1cs Sc1ence Lat1n KENNETH TAGG Science, Mathematics GAIL TAYLOR Bxsiness DENNIS SWLEWEX Buslnees GARY TEAGUE Mathemat1cs Scmence ,,? THOMAS TUTTLE Industr1al Arts ANN TOENNIESSBN Sclence DENNIS WEEKS Mathematxcs, Sc1ence 'fi- i DANIEL TOMPKINS Mathematxcs, SCIGHCS SENIURS LAURA WEAVER Mathemat1cs Sc1ence JOYCE WHITMEYER Art ROBERT WILSON Industr1a1 Arts SC1eHCG SENIURS JUDITH YAUDE Science, Latin YVONNE WILSON Business DANIEL ZORTMAN Mathematlcs Agr1cu1ture JOYCE YOST Science, Latin MARJORIE CARLTON Homemaklng 32 Allen Gary Favorxte Sa Hxstory e ing l ran the m1le an a track meet H111 leaves has long curly ha1r to john Aulgur Proghecy ayor of Hollywood, California 5 x Ammerman Favorxte S ere Hxstory omlng t nxstake Kill Eequeaths tion period Proehecy arantu Allen ary Anchor Staff 10 ll 12 Baseball Boys'State Centorxan Staff 9 10 ll,l2 Century Staff Football Forexgn Student Exchange Con Honor Society l 1 junior Play NYSSMA Scxence Club Senxor Band Track ......- -....- apped Ur first YIDC he -. Gi Aunerman, William Basketball Baseball Football Track vlfS1tY Club Hxllxam lI11OU7u 'V ul. school on Saturday by 9135525 Mrs H1lk1n's deten to john Aulgur la tra1ner Aulgur Gordon ,nr Favorite Sa in esua Histor The nights of the senior play llll leaves his basketball lnjurxes to Denny Seltz Proggecy Creator of hair grow lotlon for bald eagles gur, Gordon Different School l Basketball Football Senior Play Varsity Club Ye? Baker, Lxnda Favorite Sa rn US more quickly Hlstorv Being tapped for Honor Society and Graduatxon Hill Pills his pat1ence for valtxng to Karen Har ht he txne would pass Proghecy 8 nven or ofa back scratcher for giraffes Bebee, joan Favorite Sa , nu s History e ng tapped for Honor Socrety Hxll feaves her good Physxcs marks to her sister, Judy Proghecy v sor to N C S Honor Socxety 1965 Beutel Barbara Favorite Sa xn ana Histor! o years on the Cheerleading Squad H111 Biqneaths her shorthand ability to Judy Dunker Prozhecy ro essor of a school of judo SENIORS Baker, Llnda Centorran Staff Jr Red Cross Honor Society Bebee loan Extramurals Honor Socxety ll l2 9 10 ll 12 ll l2 Beutal Barbara Century Staff Class Offxcer Cheerleader Extranurals junxor Chorus Student Counc11 10 ll 9 10 9 10 ll , G . , 10 U ll 1 i . 11'12' ' . 10:11 ' - '11 . . 11,12 1 , 2 11 12 ' 11,12 ' 11,12 ,Y ll in : . ' ll D el .ll ' . .V L R V E f 4 10 X G. A. c. 12 10 , , . ' 10.12 ' ' 12 D , A . , ll ,A . ,. 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IM, - ' .2 QZQ ,' X 33 Beutel, Richard Favorite Sa nn got 1n late last night ' Hxstor may he got expelled from school for f1ght1ng in the locker room H111 -Eaves his "hot rodding" 1deas to Toby Murray Pro hec Hoael for Esquire Branch, Ronald Favor1te Sa in oo late7H Histor '-Siiixng hours working at the store H111 '-Tfeaves his hexght to Gerald johnson Prophecy oc e ship pilot Brandt, Edward Favorxte Sa 1n HISYOIE s aily walks to school H111 lxlls his YYPIDK ab1l1ty Audrey Leuxs Prophecy u acturer of "Even1ng in Pans' perfuue Etel, Richard Century Staff Industrxal Arts Club 9 Photography Staff Branch, Ronald Baseball Brandt Edward Century Staff ll 12 Senior Band 10,11 12 Bredefeld, Elsbeth Favorite Sa in 1 o ink of a name for the big three'H H1sto -'Tlfgunior and Senior Plays H111 Ieaves her many friPS T0 fh' dark room to Mr Haley Pro hec or of a pocket cleaner for Kangaroos Bridgeman, Virginia Favorite Sa rn a P A T c"'v H1stor "FT?E!years of cheerleading H111 "HI11s her h1gh marks in chorus to Nancy Strong Pro hec M chever for "Paper Hads, Inc Bridgeman, George Favorite Sa xo rea y reaks me up H1stor Wing in High School H111 '-Equeaths his bass horn to Pat Eadxe Proghecl ge wrestler 34 SENIORS Bredefeld Elsbeth Anchor Staff Century scaff Centorian Staff Bxtramurals H junxor Chorus junxor Play L1brary Club NYSSMA Sen1or Play ll 12 xdgeman Vxrgxn Anchor szaff Century Staff Cheerleader Extramurals Band Senior Senior Chorus Senior Ensemble 9 10 11 12 11 12 xdgeman, George Boys' Chorus Century staff Football Industrial Arts Club Junior Play NYSSHA Senior Senior Chorus Senior Ensemble Senxor Play Track Vars1ty Club Band ll 12 10 11 10,11 12 1 Be .........v ......- 11 12 ' ll 11 9 9,10 F. . A. 10, 1 F. N. A. 11 ' 9 ' 11 ' 10 9 ' 12 m re --h ' H l 1' ' ' ' : gr, 5 'fp '14 --- --- Br' , ' ' in 10 12 12 9,1o,11,12 9 F. H. A. . Junior Play ll 11:12 sn 1 . , a s a ct. - - - ... : ll f 1 N , Br' 11 ' , 12 - 9 10, . 11 9, , ,12 9, . 10, 1 11 ' 12 11 ' 12 Q ' 2 1 I . . . to I' - an ' ' ' 1 ' . Brown, Davxd H Pavorate Sa lh 1 d Hxstor Dryxng h1s socks on the rsdxa tor in the chemxstry room H111 feaves hrs good times an study hall to Cheryl Reld Proghecy oun effects man in a TV show Brown, Davxd L Favorite Sa 1n ee lstory Pour years of xntrnmurals will feaves hrs locker comblnatxon to whom xt may concern Pro hec Ugner of a tuna fish cannery Burt, Lynn Favorite Sa ln , crum Histor T flu part in various singing act vit es Hill Eiaves her daily run around school with the absentee list to anyone who llke early nornlng exercise Proshecy n ey rlder in the Kentucky Derby Brown, David H. Baseball Century Staff Football Science Club 9,10 ll 10 11,12 Brown, Davld L Burt Lynne Centorxan Century Bxtramurals junior Chorus Senlor Chorus Senior Ensemble NYSSMA ll 12 l Carnegie, Donald Favorite Sa in S e testr History I ng varshy basketball without Pllyxngjunior varsity in sophomore year H111 Biqueaths hh 1 stePh.nski sen or r1ng to Rrta Pro hec Usier of a Yogi trainlng ranch Chaney, jack Favorite Sa in ere s ancy?' Histor By lESflkQ went into a football game w1thout hlp pads Will leaves his txght football pants to Nick Casalxnuovo Proghecy paca sheerer Cheasty, Faxth Favorite Sa xn a c n ell ya'H Histor Graauatlon Hill Fllls her Latin major to jean Reid Ctwo years Latxn 1 two years Latin 115 Proshecy rr la beautlclan 35 SENIORS Carnegie, Donald Basketball Football junior Play Student Council Senior Play Track Varsity Club l0,ll,l2 9,10,1l 11 9,12 12 11 9,1o,11 2 Chaney lack Baseball Basketball Class Officer Football Varsity Club 9 10 10 12 10 11 heasty, Faxth Library Club 10 ll Carleton, Marlor 9 10 1 .. B e. I.. : 3 on ' -,., ..... ...Q. -- , . 10 10 I ,12 ey, s. . h ' H : : . C ' ' . P. H. A. 9 11,12 , 9 9 ' 10,ll, 2 ' ie 12 12 P. H. A. , wr T , : . 5 . . ' 'I Clark janet Favorxte Sa in History av ngapartxn the Senxor Play H111 Eequeaths her job rn G A C f0Id8f1Hg pop and candyJ tojanace Gow Proghecy e one who H111 brxng knlcker backers md high button shoes back xn style Cleveley, Sharon Pavorxte Sa xn ow come7N HISYOIX e ng engaged xxher pnxor year H111 Wxlls her corner locker to anyone who wants it Proghecy o e window wrperfor the Emp1re State Build1ng 4, VK' 2, 5.33 94' M1 A ff r 51 W 1517 " 11, sw 4 I. 'T N1 f Viv, 2 75? ,1 ' w iwim f F f M' 4? rugs F vga? 5 5 1- Daugherty, Raymono Pavorxte Sa xn s a aug U H1Sf0IZ exng xnthe junxor Play and the Senxor Scnence Club ill 121 H111 leaves his driver's license to Mr Sleeper Proghecy n aardvark traxner Clark, lanet Extramurals F. N. A. F. H. A. G. A. C. Class Officer Junior Chorus junior Play U wp 1 H .Jw Mix ww1l'93 nr IA 1.5 WM fgi:ig!::5!pw eveley Sharon Anchor Staff Century staff Extramurals junior Chorus XI A fi. 1: an i m 11 10 11 9,l0,1l,12 9,1o,11, 12 ll 9,10 11 ,vnu me 4' 1 12 9 10 ugherty, Raymond Junior Play Scxence Club mush 36 Daugherty Ralph Favorite Sa rn Histor Bexng in F F A and Industrial Arts Club H111 leaves the chaarman of the Stage Props Commattee to Dave Leathers Pro hec Sgage manager for Walt Dlaney's latest productxon xn 1970 DeChambeau, Albert Pavorzte Sa xn you say?U Hxstory 1n 10 F F A H111 feaves h1s haxr cuts to Cliff Soles Proghecy arber on the moon Dxeter, Christxne Favorxte Sa 1n you a er U History comxug engaged a l 58 N C S graduate Hill -Wills her height 1 J Nancy Strong Proghecy oo a Hoop deaonstrator Halaai Art Club SENIOR S Daugherty, Ralgh 9 ,1o,11,12 F. F. A. 9 Industrial Arts Club 12 Junior Play ll Senior Play 12 DeChambeau, Albert P 9 10 11 12 Dxeter, Chrxstxne Junxor Chorus Senxor Chorus ' ' "' I . 1 ,Lxr 19 - ' ,,. Ugg? i"3 , A ' LaqL.j3.f.f N '42 A4,i", 5 ' - , 4 no ' S 4, ,1 '.- : ' . x f' . f f . 4 oayl , U iii Q, : 0 8 lv4.??,q .2 5 1' . g ptl ig e : 1:11 , 'f f ' H 'Q' , . ' - --" :. A " 1 ww ' . ' 151 :-. . . 2, . . . 1 . .. , .., ' - - 1 1 M... . - . ' : ' .Jr . viwi' ' 1 , 1 11 . -Qpmgf. Ui1Q,yml, , ' - ' - 13: 1' A ' 4 .1 I ff, . . . . - . ' g.,.1 1. A 2' on ' - -ae' liao. R , if K Y V- D C1 . -l V' . l -T 12 31'-1? 1 P. . A. , , , 1 , 1 12 -- 9, , , U 1. I . U . 8 . : . . . . U A S . . . Q ' ' rs . " ww-vw. f ng-L: 9 1 1 ,Q-awp. .ff www Aff', Www? .,. 1 ,. , 1 tiziinf 1 ,. 1 , .iq1l1 w , I V' V 3 Da Y.. ggvrgh an Af . ":u,w ,- ,31,g3l5.f2i,, I, ll P. H. A. 9 ' 2 1fM,"3Vf 2 P ' 11 12 ' 9 - vfix .f.o 1 rl , ,, .. , y U 11 '2,-5:11 12,345 Y 'M' .Q ,g 121' 2 , 1QjW1'u33' . 5 5 3,23 ' 1 1 f . co 4 'Zag ,fr -f V: ' f ,T ,'. if TWH Ji ' . wl ' ,rf gf xo: ii? fv,3yyJf ,.., fl Tm.. p 1- 1-, ,, 1 L - , ' ' Sh 'V ee . I , . ' I' . ' to 9 : 4'l1" to 2 I - in Dodge, Irma Lee Pavorxte Savxn ans Hxstor Uomxng to N C more year H111 Eequeaths her Rxta Stephanskx Proghecy S an her Sopho long red hair to oo oo doll maker Dowse Elaxne Favorate Sayxng HEIIHS History nce she shov w 'W rg EE a eled her drxveway to get to school and then there was no school H111 w111s her hexght to Pat Eddxe Prophec W Idzs champxon d1scus thrower Drake R1chard Favorxte Sa lh men ment'H Hxstor Beuugcharged foroverdue lxbrary books when he had returned them H111 leaves hxs huntxng ability to Tom Gomxnxak Pro hec CEIIPEOH logo! player dge, Irma Century Staff Dramatic Club Extramurals 11 12 Dowse, Elarne H Jr Red Cross Senxor Chorus 11 12 Drake, Rxchard Eadie, Robert Favorite Sa in ee you a urph's'H History ng Mr Man1y's hair once H111 feaves a path to Mr Murphy's barber shop to anyone who needs a haxrcut Pro hec Designer of a ha1r recedxng counteractive Edmxster Steven Favorite Sa in o your lawyer History ong tnme Ford mechan1c7 H111 feaves his dI1V1ng ab111ty to Helen Weston Proghecy emover of str1pes from zebras .- Enderby Brenda Favorite Sa xn Histor Fainging in Mr Ha1ey's Scienc Class H111 leaves her many trxps to the brary to Karen Haxght Proehecg in xver 1n the Mediterranean Sea 37 SENIORS Eadxe Robert Baseball Centorxan staff 9 10 Edmxster, Steven flu! 9 11 derby Brenda Extramurals 9 J Red Cross 1 2 Senxor Lxbrary Club C? D0 ..- -. ...Qu T. g . , 11 Q, - 9 11 ,, - , v J ,,- ,s X F. N. A. 11 M - ' I ' . a V . . . . ' - u . . , . l .. 1 Q',' .,,,. , 4 m A 'IS' ,V M A P. .A. o F. P. A. , 'L 1 - Junior Chorus 9 ' Q, 3 .I 1 . . 11 J 1 ' - ' 's I ,A It ., f- . , I 3 U e 1 : ." -1 or . ' ' . 1 :fa 'fx-W 'T 1 : En , - , - ' ' - . ,11,12 , r . ' . 1 , 1 l f 11,12 ' - ' . 1, er. . . - . e V Erck, Donna Favorxte Sa 1n e es sakeu Hxstor Eexng Pete the Panther H111 Bequeaths her th1ck curly haxr to Mr Haley Pro hec 58158K of p1nk panthers for the Congo Feltz, Merr1lee Favorxte Sa IH ats me Hxstor Br1n 1n her tonsxls to school 8 8 and droppxng them H111 feaves her many tr1ps to the shower room to Susle Sahm Pro hec Fxrsf woman presxdent 1U Ber muda Erck Donna Anchor staff Centurv Staff Cheerleader Extramurals Lxbrary Club Senxor Chorus Senxor Ensemble Pete Panther Feltz Merr1lee Century Staff Dramatlc Club Extramurals JUUIOI Chorus Sen1or Play Student CDUHCII 11 12 10 ll 2 11 12 Flagler, Paul Favorxte Sa 1n at so Hxstory Ha xng 1nto the wrong class once H111 W1lls to underclassmen any of his Classes that they want ophecy An engraver atthe Department of Internal Revenue Goble jud1th Favorxte Sa An oug Hl5f0I "TKE'gart1es after the Sen1or Play H111 Bequeaths all her old clar1net reeds to Rod Allen Pro hec "PE5TEgs1onalhu1a hoop performer Flagler, L1nda Favorite Sa 1n o can oo ' Hxstor 'llfxng part in 8Ct1V1t18S for the fxrst txme 1958 1959 H111 Hxllsher bookkeep1ng abilxty to Carol just Pro hec Pgcfle picker at Pxckens Pickk Inc agler L1nda Anchor Staff Century staff Extramurals -sn""' Goodell james Favorxte Sa 1n e Horld's come over you7u H1storZ 1ng the lxghtest boy xn Sen1or Class Hxll 'Wills h1s red haxr to Prophecy ea er of a rebel movement 38 ..-1-3 .111 SENIORS Flagler, Paul J Goble Iudx Anchor Staff Century Staff Class Offxcer Extramurals Forexgn Student Exchange Com Grrls State Honor Soc1ety NYSSMA Sen1or Band Sen1or Play 1 ll 2 11 2 11 12 Goodell lames is F. F. A. 11 9 9,10 F. H. A. 10 ' 9,10 ' 11,12 ' 12 12 N ,,, W ' K! or . 5 ,H: . ' Pr : l y - , 'rn 11 - ' 11 12 11 - 11' 9, ,1 F. lg. A. , ' Q 9.10, 11 ' . 13 F T A ' is-ii 11,12 g -, - uv ' 1 ,l2 V ' 9.10, ,1 . ' 9.10. , ' 12 - ' i F1 , ' 12 . 12 12 P .V ' X 1 u Au: 3 1l'l - ' ' , ' ' ' ML Graham Marxlyn Favorxte Sa 1n ou now W at?H Hxstory exng 1n the Senxor Play H111 feaves her daxly CIIPS to Eng l1sh to next years Seniors Prophecy e at language her specxalty Gray, Michael Favorite Sa 1n ny more ls7H H1stor Treasurer of the senior class H111 Eiave hxs seat 1n shorthand class Cwxth 23 gxrlsb to Gary Walker Pro hec Trains cheetahs for hunting Greene, Sharon Favorxte Sa in ora Histor Tie night Cheerleaders were announced Hill "'l'5queatha her seat ln Chellstry to Nancy Strong ProFecy e :other of five bouncing basketball players the junior Varsity Graham, Marx X Centorlan Staff Century Staff Dramatic Club Honor SOClECY junior Chorus L1brarv Club NYSSMA Senxor Chorus Senxor Play Gray, Mxchael Basketball Class Offxcer Greene, Sharon Anchor Staff Centorian Staff Century Staff Cheerleader Extralurals A junior Chorus NYSSMA Senior Chorus Senior Ensemble Student Council 10 ll ll 12 1 0,11 l2 9 10 11,12 ,12 9 11,12 0,11 12 Greenwald, Sharon Favorite Sa ln Histor t of the Senior Play and the surprise birthday party Wxll "WTlls her understanding to stu dent directors who work with Mr Manly Prophecy a r stylxst for African pygmy Gregg Tyrone Favorite Sa in o w Histor Being CXCIYEG before football games will feaves his football ability to Ralph Nayaan Prophecy r ves a charababe in Washington, xxx Halifax, Jacqueline Favorite Sa in Histor! ass ng Math regents for the second straight year Hill liaves her aatheaatics genius to her brother, Ralph Pro hec See will break lobbying record in Congress 1970 SENIOR S Greenwald, aro Centorlan Staff Century Staff Cheerleader Extramurals Honor Society JUUIOI Chorus NYSSMA Senior Chorus Student D1rector Play fl ll 12 1 ll 12 10 ll 12 ll 12 M s egg Te Z Basketball Football Scxence Club Varsxty Club -..-1 ow 'W' K fb: F'p Hlllflx lacguellne Century Staff Extramurals Lxbrary Club W X 10 11,12 11 12 39 , - 'l n Sh 1 9 11,12 v ll l0 12 F. N. A. ll 11 ' 11,12 y N 9 ' 9 ' , 9.10. . ll 1 X 9 1 I ' 10,11 - ' 12 , : ea y. ' K 4 A ' :I : tl I- .' . I - . 1,89 ' for . . ' . asa- . f . ' ' -ik xq 1 : . N N K far, S. U1 U.N.-- ' 'Lf :f'egg.1-YY. ' b l . J, HL AAx.r:wr.T: A-:ll V V Y , ,,,,..'1 ,k ., i ' N Gr , rr 10 ' 10 ' 12 1 , A 1 ' . 11 . ' , Y1 1 1 I 1 ? , '1 g . : ' a . A ' V- ., Q n.c. 3 12 ' I - N 9 1? V T-' 'V 11 12 , as ,Z - 19 -1 - ' 12 . P. H. A. . I 1 1 E 12 F. N. A. 11 X , G. . C. ll '--JN 9 1,1 ' H 11 ' ' 'V' 9 ' 1 i 1-.1 . ' 3 Hammond, Marc1a Pavorxte Sa in in H1stor gffluxg HN03 and burmng her foot, skxrt and desk Will "Fequeaths h1'Uclean1ng sneakers to Mr Haley Prophec glify-'Hatador wnth a record of one half a kxll ht was a calf? Hanna, Terry Favorxte Sa ya s uzz H Hxstory avxng an opportunxty to learn many thxngs 1 h1story class K except hxstoryl Hxll Leaves has saxlxng vocabulary to the Znglxsh teachers the Engl1sh teachers Proghecy a es fur covered golf balls for the Presxdent Harrington, jane Favorxte Sa in no,-H Hxstor Passing final exams Hall -Eaves her senior year to the Juuxors Prophec Refrigerator salesman h1Alaska Hammond, Marc1a Anchor staff Century Staff Dramatmc Club Extramurals Honor SOCICIY jr Red Cross junxor Chorus junxor Play NYSSMA Senxor Chorus Q l2 ll 2 Hanna, Terry Boys' Chorus Senior Ensemble ll 2 rrxnston ane Century Staff junxor Chorus Senxor Chorus ll Harr1son, Russell Favorxte Sayxng 'IE f's the 5reaks'H History Enferxng Newfane xn seventh grade and majorxng xn sports Wlll Heaves h1 beard tojohn Jackson Prophec A Juageof the Mxss Amerxca Con test 1n '70 Hartley, Byron Favorxte Sa ln orgot my books Hxstory ar cipating xn baseball and basketball sect1onals V111 Eeaves h1s cast to any football player who needs xt Pro bec "S2TTEX f used personalxzed casts Hexna, Jeanette Favorxte Sa xn sax 1 I d1dn' " Hxstor Passxng her busxness course Hill F1115 her shorthand abxllty 177 to Helen Heston Prophecy ecre iryto Pat Boone's secretary 40 SENIORS Harrxson, Russell Anchor staff Baseball Basketball Dramat1c Club Football jun1or Play Senior Play Stamp Club Track Varsxty Club rtley, Byron Baseball 9 10 Basketball 0 Football 9 l0 Varsxty Club 1 He1na leanettc Centorxan sraff Extramurals ll 12 ll 12 l l - 1 ' ll 2 l0 ,K l0,l1,l2 ' ll F. N. A- , 15,12 10,11,12 A ' ll -, lg l2 9 ' 11 11,12 . . ' 11,12 V 10, ,1 . 0 1 5- . V a ' . ' , ina - - A I ' , - 1- : -. y A y 3 Ha 'i T. 1 ,1 . . . - ' 12 , fm. . NYSSMA llvlz Centorxan Staff 12 11 12 ,Q - A l0:l I 2' ' in : 7 iT" - . 1 ' ' ' ' : f 1 : - , no. nv L - i . .n . 1 - Y . , ' e rl o ' 5 Ha ' . ' . - ll ' ll ' 9 12 ' 10, ,l2 on 1 ou ,' ' tl Mclnally john Favorxte Sayxns uio you un erstand what I'm s yxng7 H1stor Uomxng from Scotland Will Keaves h1s accent to B111 Golden Prophee Future ambassador Holtz, Donald Favorxte Sa worry7H Hxstory egxn rn the sound effects crew Wxll 'Eaves h1s yearbook staff worrles to next years edxtor Prophec '-EHHFE of Mad magazxne Mclnally lohn Dxfferent School Holtz, Donald Asst Varsxty Manager Baseball Century Staff Footbal Manager Varslty Club 10 11 l ll 2 ' ul uk Howard Edwxn Favorxte Sa xn a Hxstor Wears of football H111 -Wills jxm Hughes h1s perfect eyesxght Pro hec sor of Zulu at the Unxver sxty of Newfane Horanburg, Danxel Favorxte Sa 1n Hxstor EocFer room feud a couple years ago Will Leaves hxs football talent to Drck Moore Pro hec Inf catcher for the Lhocolate Covered Ant Companv Howard, Calvan Favorxte Sa an Hxstor Those wild physxcs classes Kill leaves hrs faithful Chevyu to Dave Alvord Pro hec UEaIgner offirst cars on Pluto Howard, Calvxn .p Hughes, Frxeda Favorxte Sa xn s n1 Histor Fa aug the shorthand re ents Villsp 8 ust leaves and hopes her fu ture years are as successful as her school years Pro hec Cgnauctor of lllll monkey brass band 41 SENIORS Howard Edwxn Basketball Football Class Offxcer Varsxtv Club ranburg Danxel Basketball Football Stamp Club Varsxty Club Qfm 2+'x"f an IN 'Quan P ghes Frxed Centorxan Staff Century Staff Extramurals jr Red Cross Lxbrary Llub ll 12 1 ar.-f.,,, ' 10 10,11 ' ' 10 , .X ' A 11,12 fi ' A' U 1 y. D a ' . ' : , , Ho , ' . ' ll 10 f , . 12 . 9 0. tl 12 ' 12 I h . if 1 K W' e,A ,k.' Z I . . ffl A ' -.A , ' j 2 , in . . . . ,Q5,:f,uy.4, tx: '.i f A . me - , ea- j,f3'9"f' 'trz' A- av , ' 2 I Q ' ". I "ini-4' ' . of figifk ,M",N, vm., X 'V in the junlor play. . . EW fwgygf' lat, wi. fri ' 1 1 2 ' . e"' -1-int-ff - ' ' qi? ge f Tu-2,- .95 ' . ' . f'.sf X1 - f?bL ',. . . fv,AT . "eii. 4, I 2 . 1 . 2 f . ,, ,f ,'3ri ,mgls-8 as-,j , f i,,t e 45 h,55:m TT . ' Hu , ' 1 't ' ll A ll 12 A, . 12 ' 1 ' f l2 ,Q V A a, 5, , Q1 Y' . . , , 3-. es. I a ce.H Z ' n , . , : Q : - Hundshamer, Daniel Hundshamer, Daniel i K1U"lPP, Shi YNY Favorite Sa in : Favorite 5' in 1 us , m mndgvw Hi aven got it done!" Histo : sto! 1 Ming Nnclsh in 1958. ?lE't'Eree years in Mr. Villella's win: alitory class. feaves his 'et C??J t 1 Y gnyong who gags: it. manner 0 feaves all of her good times pro hes t Mr. Villellrs history classe Insurance salesman for Aetna Car 5t"dYh'u5 to if Hex' luck , Y Collision Company. 99098 Ianas Barbara Class 0ff1cer Extramurals Honor Socxety Junior enior Senxor NYSSMA Chorus Chorus Play jauas, Barbara Favorite Sa in m going on a dieth Histo Enjoying F H A H111 -'feaves her basketball ability to Nick Casalinuovo CPoor Nick'D Pro hec Egan of an all boys college iff Kerwxn Jarx lane L n r1a1 taff emtarx xtramurals or danf Kerwin, Mary jane Favorite Sa in now " H stor Having her braids cut off Hill Finally leaves Shorthand Proehecy xg aaker for French fashion models I'h'L 9 v 10 12 10 ll 12 11 12 I2 ll 12 ll 12 9 10 --, , Q 10 11 12 42 Proghecy: oorwalker at Macy's. Lewis, James F3VOI1fe Sa a y a Histor feffing a class Will H1115 his to Steve La Pro hec Floael of Fab1an's clothes on n it7H snake lose mn English place in Agriculture Rose Loeffert, Gary Favorite Sa in ay qui nagg1ng" H1stor Tio years of fun in biology Will Wills the spznners on his Vaux hall to Nick Casalxnuovo Pro he Usner of a garage in Paris SENIORS Klumgg, Shirley Art Club l0,1l,12 12 Century Staff Extramurals 12 Lewxs, lanes 10,11 12 Loeffert , Gary Baseball Basketball Football Senior Band Varsity Club 9 ll 12 9,10 11 12 1 I - . A .' ' ' ll ...Q. 9, , , H - F. H. A. 9' , y - F. F. A. , ' 11,12 9 s 10, , ' 9,12 V ',,i ,g Zh- .4 A ' - A S f , . . ' in : ' - . . 5 n?f?' 1 1 H3 . 5Q5KgY 7 S , ' . E 5' J A: Q' sf, ' : ' . . . '. -'g i M ' w ' 5 . 7: at ' ' I . ,. ' : . . C ' T.V. .A ' 2 1 'e 'o ' ' S 1 c - ' Staff I 9' ' Q, , ,1l,l2 Q 12 Svui A' 1 9, , , i 12 , , . K 'V V-46,1 , - , -. .- iv . I -' ni , if N12 15 . ,.,fs,f," 1 . . : . K , .. jj! Lal-it . Z . 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Q- . . : '- F bv M 391 rl , - ' Q ii- 7 L ' 7 5i.',"xf' A V' ' 1 . 5 ' , .2 ' r ati? f I U Pro hec Lutz, john Favorxte Sa xng Hxstory neIP1Ug to f1n1sh the student handbook H111 Eeaves has two and one half years of algebra to Don Prlce Prophec C1raf1e Jockey Marsland Lee Favorxte Sa xn Hxstor Kffendxng N C S for 12 years and belng Secretary of lndustrxal Arts club W111 After thre years of be1ng secre tary of Industrxal Arts Club he be queaths the p0s1t1on b Dave Wood Prophec Seller of the holes of doughnuts Marston, Theodore Favorite Sa xn lrs ou don't succeed, call it quits Hxstorg em r of the Radm Amamur Club H111 -leaves h1s electr1ca1 knowledge to Mr Hollenburg for the benefxt Lutz, Iohn Art Club Student Council Track Varsity Club A-r4 Marsland, Lee 9,1o,11,12 11,12 11,12 12 Industrxal Arts Club 9 10,11 12 Marston, Theodore of the Class of 1961 Proghecy xcxal flea scratcher for dog gxe movie stars 43 .un McAllister, Kathleen Favorite a xn a mos xpped' Histor Eexng tapped for Honor Socxety Hxll leaves her long runs from Che mistry to T 4 to anyone who 'i slow enough to need 1t Proghecy ampxon of the bubble gum ua-nu blowers Mxlby Donna Favor1te Sa in 15 xs I1 xculous Histor Being editor of the Anchor H111 Ueaves her favor1te sayxng to Mr Villella Proehecy raxner of dancing copperheads ,VA on 'Q-sa-m., Mxlls, Carol Favorite Sa in can o hxs math H HISYOI -'EETEE tapped for Honor Socxety H111 Eeaves her Phys1cs book to A1 bert Nemeth Sewer of buttons on clothes at an Egyptian clothes factory SENIORS McAllister, Kathleen Anchor staff Dramatic Club F. H. A. P. N. A, Honor Society jr.'Red Cross Senior Chorus Student Council lby Donna Anchor staff Century staff Extramurals T jr Red Cross 12 ll 9,10 11,12 12 o 10 10 -.,-b 1-i 11 12 ll Mxlls, Carol Foremgn Student Exchange Com Honor Socxety Student Councrl Extramurals 10 ll 2 ll 2 . , V A- . n . I v : .U . -' . ' Q , 'S 7 v Z . ag sn 2 . KJ 1 1 Mi . ' - - 9.10. , 11,12 9,1o, ,12 F. . A. 10,11 . l0,1l,l2 I . , 1. 1 Z 3' - -' . I . I n n I ' : 1 fi? 5 Y, ' 1 5, if 1 ' 2 A .-g L -' xl . 11 W , , , ........ ......... t ,'g t ' 2 V - V ' ll ,K ,H 1 , ,I ,1 . QA- 1. X ' 1 1'-y , I . . . Z v D I W a y 'F' Y ' I ." ' - -41 - . Mattlestadt, Roger Favorxte Sa 1n rn you re smart don' cha7n Hxstor Getting 75 in Readxng in fxfth grade Hxll Eeaves has crutch whiskers, cast and memorxes of Alfred with Mr Manly rophecy Desxgner of shawls for Grandma Moses Mohlar, Davxd Favorxte Sa an o a u at'H HlSt0fZ rng on a trrp kJCornell Aero nautrcal lab wxth sgroup of chem xstry students Wall Wxlls his curly hair to jxm Hamelxnk Prophecy termxte rnspector or Quanxsote Monthouy, Sarah Favorite Sa in a a riot'U Histor Flnally becoming a cheerleader after four years Hill leaves her red hair to Stevie Ruether Prophecy a er of Chinese fortuk cookies Mmttlestadt, Roger Basebal Honor Society Industrial Arts Club junxor Play Scxence Club Senior Play Track Mohlar, Davxd nthony, Sarah Cheerleader Dramatrc Club H Honor Society junior Play Senior Chorus Senxor Ensemble 1 2 11 12 l l Mosure, Richard Favorite Sa in s e a eable History avxng 210 as his homeroom for three years in hxgh school Hill Eequeaths hrs Math marks t Oliver Kneeland Frophec Violin player xn topnotch night clubs Murphy, Nancy Pavorlte Sa xn w at7n Histor reasurer of the Art Club m '57 Will Leaves her basketbaU.abil1ty to Carol Herman Prophecy s ock car driver at the Ind1 anapolxs speedway -I Myers, Ray SENIORS Mesure, Richard Library Club rphy Nancy Art Club Century Staff Extramurals jr Red Cross Myers, Raymo Favorite Sa in y r Histor Itfending N C S for 12 years and being in no sports or clubs Will leaves hxs chair in study hall to Dennis Schultz Prophecy oem reciter Nearv, Hlllxam ravorxre Sa xn Hxstor EOMIDQ from Ewxngs Road School mn second grade N111 Wills h1s J b at the roller skatmng rxng toanyone whocan fxll Proghecy axsy and petunxa gardener Pedley Carl Favorxte Saylns H et Uut Hxstor -'FEFHES had the honor of rldxng wxth Mr Brxdges to the basketball ames C Wlll -Wflls h1s ab1l1ty to run xnto the d1tch to jxm wevers Proshecy o er Goose' story wrxter Powers, Marxlou Favorxte Sa in ere xll' Hxstory e ard txmes that Yost,Brede feld and she herself gale Mr Haley Hill leaves her place on the cheer leadxug squad to Carol just Pro hec I grower of Yucca in Afrxca Nearv Wxllxam Industr1al Arts Club ll dley, Carl Boys' Chorus 10 junmor Play 1A Powers Marxlou Cheerleader ll Dramatxc Club Extramurals junxor Chorus Sen1or Chorus ll qrffv! Rakfeldt, Helle ravorxle aa zu very xng xs relatxve except sxdewalks and they are concrete Hxstor Presxdent of class 1n Junxor year Wall Eeaves her green mascara to her SISYEI, Txxa Prophecy H um player an a beatnxk club H4 Raymond Dennxs Favorlte Sa our o a y wearsarmy boots Hxstorv EOMIHQ to Newfane from Wrxghts Corners H111 Wrlls hxs 52 volume book on how toget along wxth gxrlsand xmpress thexr fathers hDh1S brother,D1ck Pro hec ISE for for the treatment d spr1ng fever Read Isabelle Favorxte Sa an o e ever Hxstor F H X and being president of xt xn her senior year Uxll leaves her seat ln chemistry to Martha Rhodes Proehecy secretary to a multlbzlllon aire 45 SFNIORS Rakfeldt Helle Anchor Staff Art Club Centorxan Staff Century staff Class Offxcer Foreagh Student Exchange Com Honor Socxetv Senxor Plsv Xmond, Dennxs ll 2 Industrxal Arts Club ll 12 Rexd Isabelle Century Staff Dramatrcs Club ll 1 I ' . . Z: ----V --- - ll 10, ,l2 f gym ' 9,lO, ,1 A 11,12 ' ll . A - D ' 1 . 12 I ' , ll,12 1 ' A 12 . b , ' I ' 'o A ' S ir. ' " . , ' ,- r ' . - I Pe Ra ' 9 Y . ' , F. F. A. 9, ,11 ' ll . , fgfryl - ' ' : ' in G . g . ' F. F. AJ fc. ' 2 ' . I ' ' . c . ' N 9 9,1o, ,l2 12 ' ll ' ll l0,ll,l2 F. H. A. 10' ,Q F. H. A. 9 F. T. A. ll ' 9 ' 10, ,12 Z ' I v' -JV' .. ': . ' - K V 'Y . . Bm. Z ' , m. ' 2" 1 . . 1 1 ' f V . . : ' I Q 1 . .Q n Robxson, Gerald Favorite Sa 1n ' ensoredr' Hxstor Shoozxng Mr Manly durxng play rehearsal W1ll feaves hxs twxtch to Mrs Klock Proghecy p xcxan for day txme owls Ser, Armand Favorxte Sa 1n 'Tm. veahzu Hxstor U mxng to N C S from Nor Tonawanda 1n 7th grade Wxll Hooueaths has wood looks to hxs brother, Roland Proghecy omemaker of the year 1960 Rollxnger Pntrxcxa Favorxte Sa in s so scuzzy ' Hiso Histor Being 1h the junior play W111 femves her locker near the men teachers' room to anyone who can stand the smoke Robison Gerald Art Club Century Staff junxor Play Sen1or Play Roger Armand IIIUSEI, PBtf1Cl3 Anchor Staff Dramat1c Club Extramurals jun1or Play Sen1or Ensemble Sen1or Chorus Student Counc1l 9 10 Rose, Susan Favorxte Sa in Hlstor Havxng famous Htwo lxnes the senxor play H111 leaves her he1ght to Carolyn Costello Proghecy ss Amerlca of 1970 Ruether, Davxd Favor1te Sa 1n H1stor For a txme he was a v1lla1n Wxll Eeaves hxs exceptzonally well cared for haxr to Phxlxp Rapp Prophec Seller of used mustaches and toupees at low dlscount pr1ces yan, Patrick Favor1te Sa in H1515 1s a CE famxly reun1on Hxstory 15 rxps to W111 ass meet1ng not Bermuda Ieaves h1s football g1rdle Wzck C3S311HUOV0 Pro hec ro essor of yxddzsh and yo N SENIOR S Rose Susan Anchor Staff Century staff Dramatxc Club Extramurals Forexgn Student Exchange Com Honor Socxety junlor Play Senior Band Senxor Chorus Senxor Play Student Councxl 11 2 Ruether, Dav1d Honor Socxety junxor Play Sc1ence Club Senxor Play yan Patrxck Baseball Basketball Boys' Chorus CCUYOIIBH Staff Class 0ff1cer Football Junlor Play Track Varslty Club Varsxty Sport Ma nager ll 12 9 10 O ll -,,,,,-, --- . 10 1' v1 , 12 11,12 , 11 ' ' ll 12 9,10 ' . 11,12 ' 11,12 its if 3515! ' 11,12 3 ,f 1 12 -- ,W ' ' 9,10 ll 12 ' Q3 - c . ' I . . A ' : I ' H in F. F. A. , ,11,12 q .', ' , of 1 ' ll - ' 11,12 . ' 12 2 , 1 Ro 1 ' , I 1 K i e . . o I . . . th w U ' ' ' . ' . I n . : , . . , Z . 1 . ' ' . v- 1 U . N .L Ro ' ' ' R , ' l0,1l,12 ,1 ' 11,12 , 9,1o,11,12 9 F. N. A. 11,12 ' 12 ' ll ' 12 ' 12 11,12 ' 11,12 ' ll ' 1o,11,12 . 11,12 11,12 ' . ll . Y . . R . ll Q . ' 3 . . ,H ' : I . D I ' to U . . , -ga at . C. s. 46 Sage Rnchard Favorlte Savxn rc 5 aren't you' Hxstor! e dav he made came to school W1ll Wxlls hrs footb George Teague Prophec ther of love . mlstake and all spxkes to lorn column Ee Rxchard Anchor Staff Chess club Football Stamp Club Track Varsxtw Club w Stevenson Lewis Favorlte Snvxn NIH Hxstor Hajorxng xn art Wxll and studv halls Wxlls all h1s bus troubles to Oliver Kneeland Prophecy I cistern 1n Australia Schnurstexn Ronald Favorite Sazlng Ea5y vou got what 1t takes'U Hxstorx lng late Wxll Wxlls hrs good old gvm sock t Wxllxam Ammerman to be gold plated and hung from the mirror ln hxs furx Prophecv Ehampxon corn pxcker of 1970 Schnurstexn Ronald Basketball 9 10 1 Football Stowell Sharon Favorxte Sa 1n or eaven's sake'H Hxstor The days she spent xn the offxce because of sophomore Englxsh teachers Will leaves her senior rxng to be re placed wxth a weddxng band Prophecv Uwner of a mountaxn resort 1H ultzerland Smxth Lvnn Smzth, Lvnn Favorxte Slvxn et o Hxstorg Hxstor Hxs Ee man tactics ln the lunch lxne Wlll Bequelths hxs helmet to Fred Stolzenberg Pro hec Kanager of :tooth pick factory Football Track Varsltv Klub Strong Lvnfo Favornte Saxx ure screen door on Hxstorv Parfxclpatxn pecxally the last fall Hxll Wxlls hzs v SENIORQ Stevenson Leuxs Ar 4 uh IP Centurs Staff Stowell Sharon Dramatxc Club Senlor Chorus r g Lwnford Baseball Football Industrial Arts Track Varsxtv Llub luh as handx subnarxne' xn football Nxagara Hheatfxeld Stubble trouble' to any boy vho wants xt Prophecs res ent of a paper bound book SYOKC Strong Raymond Favorxtf Saxxng Is fhaf rxght7H Hxstory IEP memorable dav when student uncxl oflxcnrs or ml a 1959 60 were announced N111 Fequeaths hm natuxal rurlw hamr to Phxll1p Rapp Prophecy U erator of an extcnsomntfr Sweeney, Dfnnxs Favorxte Sa xng ere s Mo Hxstorv ........ Four years 1n Wxll Varsity Klub feaves h1s brxlllant statements to Dxck Moore Prophecv U e flngsr touch tvplst for wxnter Olymplcs programs Tagg Kenneth Favorxte Sa 1 ea s me Hxstor The most memorable day xn Math the day he dropped 1t Wxll Wxlls h1s alarm clock to an Townsend so he can get to school on t1me Prophecy mas er maker employed b Dxar Strong Ravmmnd FootbaH Foreign Student hxchange rom Iunxor Pliv Student Council Swefncx Drnnxs Varsxtx Klub Xarsxtx Sport Manager Tagg Kenneth axlux In S Hxstorx onpnst s H s1Xth grx Wxll or' run anross me slhoolvard tr kxrhx Iampman Prophzc Fr TF avr: Taylor Ga l Favorxte Saxuny "'WT'aTf"""' Hxstorx -F-TEE engaynd n mv sznxor year W111 Wlllsher lolgghaxl tu farnl Iust Prophecx Penguin Cnuntfr t the South Pole Teague Garv Faxorxte Sayxn s t P craz1es Hxstory H15 many experrences wxth Stu dent Councxl and h1s trxp ty Syrac use for State Student Counr1l meetxng N111 leaves hxs Bookstore dutles to Klrby Lampman Prophec I Human IBM machxne employed and commanded by Nelson Rockefeller SENIOR S ylor Terrell Anchor Staff Century Stafi Fxtramurals Forqmgn Student Fxchange rom Honor Socuety Iun1or P av Sen10r Hand Sen1nr av NYSSMA 1 l 11 Taylor Car Art Flub Century Statf Extramurals Teague Gary l0 11 Student Founcxl 11 Toennxesson, Ann Favorxte Sayxn x a Hxstorv lhrowxng people xn the showers H111 :eaves her r1des ln the lxttlo blue car to Dottx Mallox Prophecv E vpfxan fortune teller Tompkxns Dan1el Favor1te Savxn on t now s or! Correct1ve EXEILISG room war Cwet towelb vu iiqueaths hxs helmet to General Hochnxng Prophecv Qfqehtester of Zwnback Toennxessen Ann Extramurals Senxor Chorus ll 2 ll 2 Tompkxns Danxel Baseball Centurv Stan Chess Club Football Varsxtx Club Weaver, Laura ravorxle snvxn Histor earn ya' Uommng from Lxbertv couldn't be prouder Will Wxlls her exp1os1ve eXper11EHfS mn ChSm1StfY to her sxster Ada Prophec Afpxne Vodeler Meeks Dennxs Faxorxte Savzng Wax To go Hxstorv Ds-ek's be-mg blamed for everxthxrg Wxll SENIORS Weaver Laura Different School O Extramurals Weeks Dennxs Baseball Vars1tx Club 1 ls hxs mah marks to hns wi school Prophecv athematxcxan for an IBM machuw dk Tuttle Thomas Favorxte Savxn story All the txme he spent around automobxles Wxll 'Fequeaths has money to Mr Manlv Proghecy u erspace translater Tuttle Thomas Whxtmever joyce Favorxte Sayxn aven got xt done' Hxstorv Ihree and a half years of h1s torv w1th Mr Yxllella N111 feaves her good txmes 1 Mr Vxllellaw studs halls and hlStOfW classes to janet Smxth Proehecx 49 famous abstract artxst N muh Pia SX ef whxtmexer lov Art Club Lenturv Staff Extramurals Lxbrarv Club . 0,10 ' 0.1 ,ll F. H. A. 0.10, ,1 12 G. A. C. 0.10. ,1 F. H. A. 12 ' ' ll,l2 I Y . B D I.. g. - 1 10,11 11,12 V " ll ' ' ' 12 Q l0,l1,l2 ' ' 12 1 i ' ' . ' -' 1' iff Hi c : ' : - 5'-'Bibi . Q, ' .i. , A . , ..,. fl. 4 - 1 , , , . , 1-.. . , . 1, H Q ...Li 265, " : T1 ' 1 1 I . 1 li .,-'riff' M' - . 1 1 Q if ' . : ps : M A ' ' 'e,. My 'f'ili5?'55 a. - 'f - ' V' ' a " 1 . fat ' .. ww :-. 1 , - CE , 9,10,11,11 ' 11,12 ll ' 0 3 ' A . v A V ye D h . - -H Hi z h 1' I ' ' A ' l 1 ' 'n . or ' ' . Wxlson Robert Favorxte Sa xn s cry Playxng trumpet 1n the Sen1or Band for f1ve years V111 feaves hxs POSIYIOH 10 band to anyone sho can f11l 1: Proghecy ner of a chaxn car washxng busxness wxlson Yvonne guess that's 11fe'H Hxstor er brother use her Enghsh notes H111 Ieaves her blonde ha1r to Judy Berner oghecy Magrc carpet maker Yaude, Judxth Favorxte Say1n e matter? Hxstory ece1v1ng her engagement r1ng her senxor year H111 feaves her seat 1n chem1stry to anyone who wants xt Proghecy em stry teacher at N C S Wxlson, Robert Industrmal Arts Club 0 ll Senior Band 0 ll Wxlson Yvonne Yaude udxt Sen1or Chorus Yost, Joyce Favorxte Sa on t know' H1stor Ee1ng A cheerleader for two years W111 W11ls her great mathematxcal a b111ty to Starlet Rhodes Proghecy e er of Peroxxde to Ital1an models Ili-an-. Zortman Danxel e s as an y as a rubber 1ron barn H1Sf0IX endxng Amerxca for three years H111 Bequeaths Jokes to the future hzstory stu dents Future Farmers of Mr V1llella's dry Prophec B 55Ie blower Rx Lawrence Welkk ehnw Carlton MarJor1e Favor1te Sa xn now' HISYOI '-Egfng a Jun1or the same year N111 "fEaves Mrs.W11k1ns aquxet study hall and a Senxor Proghecy ng 1sh teacher n 1970 atN C S SO SENIORS Yost, Joyce Anchor Staff Century Staff Cheerleader NYSSMA Junxor Chorus Jr Red Cross Senxor Chorus 9 10 11 2 10 11 Zortman Danxel 2 Carlton Marjorxe Extramurals 9 l ' , Q,1, ,12 9,1, ,12 - 12 12 11,12 9 F. H. A. , F. N. A. 12 G. A. C. ,l ' 9 . 9 . .1 Y .2 51 . ' X., "QU. U , ' ' ' : ' in : ee xz e , .H Hi t : ' : , i V ' .-.. 1 F.F.A. 11 Favorite Sa in 1 Favorite Sa in : ll ' we . ' . e I h ' U 5, Pr ': ' ' - u . L' 2' . . h I ' . . F. H. A. 9 .lf , . F. T. A. 10 F. H. A. 9 ' ' 11,12 ,. ,f 1 .I r- , 3 5 A .H on in " ' in I ' ' in 7 .,,n..r,,-Y-s E K W 11 ...igq -ELF! 1970 SENIORS Bo 9 11 2 11 11 12 Queen of fumor' Prom Do VOL! fed Our dass PresndenHl elm hi? Remember Hue Puri nes C A C xx Quia tdcxocjnstx clad Does ,L gook GH" We FW? Plano player Okmght? 5 O D wr-hncx your num graph BWV Who? ore you mulung now,Roc1'l 51 Havant, Yun! X . Kurth, R' n 4 L ' Qi' ' fv Q- ys' Ch 1 , I ' V Industri 1 A t C1 b 12 Y 1 - Senior Ch 0 n n f n n Q -1 . 5 . H ' Kurth, Richard Favorite Sa in 1 , H 1 x o . 4' - A x Histor : ,F ii I exn a senior. is 4 , 1 : A N 7 V' fi ueatns p ' f 1 t ' l J, shoes to aiu L 'gh 3 , -- f Pro hec : ' ', sg' ew- crt's co h ' . ' 1 - , . W ffqa V, E ' l ii ' s .. 13 . l 1' Y Row 1 Greenwald E Bredefeld, V Br1dgeman P Ro1l1nger, S Monthony, Hammond, T Taylor, S Rose J Clark Mr Manly Row 2 Roblson, R Mlttlestadt G Brldgeman, R Strong, P Ryan D Ruether Harr1son R Daagherty G Allen On March 20 and 21 1959 the students, parents and frxends of Newfane Central were treated to an evenxng of enjoyable enterta1nment wh11e the JUH1Of Class presented the h11arious Kaufman and Hart Comedy, HGeorge Wash1ngton Slept Here The play was under the d1I6Ct1OH of Mr Davld Manly who was assxsted by Sharon Greenwald as student d1rector Refer to page 136 THE PLAYS THE THING ILLTXII Mr Manly, G Br1dgeman, S Rose, J Goble, R Mlttlestadt M Graham M Feltz E Bredefeld B janas, R Harr1son, G Roblnson, D Ruether, T Taylor H Rakefeldt, G Aulgur, S Greenwald Could aglrl w1th as lnnocent aname as Pur1ty Dean poss1bly be the possessor of a black and terr1b1e secret? She certa1nly could, and Terry Taylor, who por trayed Purlty Dean rn the Senlor Play, nPuruas the Dr1ven Snowu, had such a secret Refer to page136 52 Greenwald Goble Janas Yost Rose Beutel Greene ea Mist on May 22 The gymnasium was appropriately decorated to depict an underwater scene The walls were done in blue crepe paper accented by silver starfish and seahorses The centerpieces for the tables consisted of fishbowls filled with water and colored pebbles which supported candles From the center of the gym a multi colored chiffon Jellyfish with cellophane tentacles was suspended At the end of the room was a great seashell throne on which, at the stroke of l2 o'clock, Joyce Yost was crowned queen of the Junior Prom She was presented with abouquet of red roses while her attendants who were Judy Goble, Barbara Beutel Sharon Greene, Barbara Janas, Sharon Greenwald,and Susan Rose, stood around her throne Everyone danced to the music provided by George Br1mmer and his orchestra Chaperones for the evening included Mr and Mrs Ross Bridgeman Mr and The success of this memorable event was due to the work of Judy Goble, who served as general cha1rman,and her various committees decorat1ons,Terry Taylor, orchestra, Virginia Bridgeman, programs, Michael Gray, chaperones, Donna Milby, publicity, Elsbeth Bredefeld,refreshments,Sharon Greene,clean up, Russ Harrison, and tickets, Patrick Ryan Carnegie Allen Howard Ryan Bridgeman Aulgur Harrison Janas Rose Bridgeman Greene Yost Taylor Toenniessen Island of Enchantment The nClass of '6OH held its Senior Ball on the eve of February 27, 1960 This festive affair was designated nlsland of Enchantment H It began at 8 o'clock and ended at the magic hour of 12 The decorations were really unique for this year's ball. The center of attraction was an oasis built in the center of the gym. The Park Club quartet, providing the music, was placed on a large rock. A throne, consisting of a swing on palm trees, was provided for the king and queen. On the throne sat Barb Janas and Russ Harrison. 53 S. J. B. J. S. B. , S. , . 1 Mrs. Robert Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feltz. D. . G. E. P. G. ' G. R. ' B. S. V. S. J. T. A. ' I 7 Row 1 S. Sahm, Mrs. Ives' J Bates Mr Dreyer, S Rhodes' S Fralick llllllll' ESSAY TAKES KATHY CLASS T0 NEW YORK The local I 0 0.F Undependent Order of Odd Fellowsj recently sponsored a contestfor pupils t Newfane Central School This was the first of its kind and was won by s 16 year old junior, Kathleen Class Her prize consists of a six day, all expense paid trip to New York City Sophomore and Advusors Uihcors and While there,she w111 stay at the Sheraton McAlpin Hoteh and vish all ihe sights forwhich New York City isfamous But the main purpose of the trip is tovisit the United Nations and see it at work Kathy plans on a "hard and strenuous week " The winning compos ition consisting of 1000 words, was entitled What the Ihited Nations Means to Me " Kathy sincerely feels thatiixe week she put into it has rewardedher greatly llfflcors AVID GOBLE TO REPRESENT N.C.S. AT BOYS' STATE C S at Boys' State which will be held .lime 215, ly 2 on the Colgate University canpus in ilton, New York He was chosen by a com ttee of faculty and administrative members David Gbble was recently selected to represent L U I un , - L x the basis of possessing characteristics of Advisors leadership, character, sduHarship,and servhn, Dave is an honor student and is also active in many extra- curricular functions. He is president of Science Club, active hmwushy Club, Senior Band,Cenuny,CENTORIAN, Dramatics Club, and is manage, f varsity football, basketball, and baseball teams Dave isome of almost a thousand junior boys whonmlbe participating in Boys' State While they are there they will have a course on gownnment anddsmocraqg with political parties caucuses and elections using voting booths He is the son of Mr. and Mrs Frederick Goble, 60CDEast Avenue, Newfene His sister Ju y, who is now senior, attended Girls' State last year Dave plans to study engin eeringst Clarkson Col lege orCornell Univer sity after graduating from high school Row 1 Mr Dunford J Payne M1ss L1ddel1 Row 2 B Reed B Re1d P Rapp 54 ' O . U , . - ' . , - - O I . , I . ' e o A f Q 1 ' Q a d ! o - I 0 I - 0 . J O - . I ' 0 4 C . g . 3 I . ' - . , . , . fmagmy iff l MJIV W M 7 ' r'l ,,,,, f as ' .0 - . H i L 4' yo 9' 'u g4m U cn 3'c+ 9119 TUOQ TOQQOS Je yo 9 nate c mmnb P mms re shman lass L o Stu d K T1 me Bw wlx1e00 So F rom X Sed 5966 1, 00 OX X9 14-.E vos? YQ QE on 95 ev59 5 Jwee 900' Q0 rq5-q X amd X he in same Eh, D mug SING TNQ '99 UQSQJ BQBQ P0119 viva .moe a 5,3 pe a ovpux em. 1 SH? no e0 pan, eq 1 uoxmn easmoo ualegax 99031966 emag .11 fa, 'vos uo ux, iuov. ap XHVHGXW go e MW335 95015 '30 8393539 'AOS Row 1 Row 2 Row l Row 2 Row Absent Williams, J Stark, J Rakfeldt, G Walker J Aulgur C Darrell, Jackson Body M Munger D Ferree J Bates, J Tinney J Dunker, J Hyde Johnson, Mr Dreyer lIIll0T Feltz, R Halifax R Gardner, W Chunco D Murray M Bancroft Sears Rhines, H Weston, J Jagow T Gominiak, B Thurston, K Haight Rhodes, C Drake Mr Sleeper Townsend, E Sargent, J Hughes, D Wood, R Kurth J Smith S Murphy Marburg J Smith 56 O .I , - Ax 1 i - 3 4 . K 5 -I It ' f Q A ' 17 3 , s H 5 J. ' ' ' . ' . ' . 3 . 3 . ' J- . H. 3 . : . 9 . ' . 3 . ' . 3 A. ' . Row 3 J. Smithg J. Lentivech3 H. Gillis3 R. Mooreg J. Ferrington3 S. Rhodes I I B. ' . ' 3 . ' . 3 . 3 . 3 E. B. ' ' . ' . 3 . ' ' . ' . ' 3 M. ' . 3 . 3 D. ' . ' . ' . ' . 3 . ' 3 . R. 3 . ,ik 3. .,.. ,, ,,,es 3 I Q KA 3 Q, 3 3 3 ' 1 A . . N . i 1 Row 1 Row 2 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Lesser, S Pral1ck D Alvord W Wllson, R Nayman, R Feeter, Slaught H Welss Hoefler, J R1chards S M11ler, C Herman, N Strong B Bucher Herl M Fe1tshans, P Ead1e, Mrs Ives Alen, J Roger lunmrs Stark, J F1tzgera1d, M Herrlngton, D Seltz, N Casal1nuovo, R Allen Kreutz, L Mayer, S Gurney, T Rakfeldt K Class, T Newman, M1ss K1ng Wendler, C Just, S Sahm, C Foley, J Berner, A Covey Nagel, K Lampman, J Johnson 57 J. ' . l ' 9 . 5 . ' - . ' . . ' T' : . . . L. ' . 3 .I ' . ' . 3 . g K. Q . ' . ' . Row 3 B. Shumang A. Lewis, L. Detschnerg S. Mikitsg W. Harrington, D. Schultz, M. ' . u C. ' . ' . ' . 3 . ' . ' R. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . N. ' . ' . Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Strrckland A Brown, G Platt, O Kneeland J Weyers P Ra p Goble Freer, R Ph1111ps A Nemeth, C Costello S LaRose, J BF1 s Ruether, N Young Mrs Klock Cook, V Yousey J Polewrcz, S B1xler, C Remd D Knox Johnson, N Feltshans, M Krueger, W Bush Sophomores Taylor F Croft M Stolzenberg R Sm1th R Baker I lza k Gleason Toth111 G Pett1t, R M1ller A Farrlngton G Edmrster, D Pomeroy Gregg K Hayden Mxss L1dde11 Baldwln C Moon, R McGu1re 58 J- ' 5- '- '- 9- :-D: D. M. ' . ' 5 . ' . 5 . - . 'gg 5 S. ' . 5 . B. ' . 5 . ' ' . ' ' . ' 5 ,. M. ' . ' ' . ' . a R. 5 5 . 5 . 5 . ' 5 . '5 5. T c 5 G. S. 5 . ' 'i . i 5 . ' 5 . ' ' . , 5 G. 5 . 5 C. ' 5 . ' . ' Row 1 Row 2 Row Row Row Row Leathers, R Platt J Scott R M1l1er, H Hague W Mularz J Eberhart Poanessa Ro1l1nger V S1lversm1th, C Baer, B McComber, R Jesson S Falls M1ttelstadt S Kuhns, Mr Tolhurst Yost, C Sm1th G Tavlor, J Caraco J Gray G Altbach R Darrell Stephansk1 Sophomures Lloyd Barron L Stolzenberg D Harr1ngton, K McGrath A Murrax Payne, J Knott, S H1scock Weaver, J Thompson, B Re1d K Marston A Weaver K Flagler Sm1th J Hall, Mr Vlllella Rowland, M McKernan J Tompklns, C Soles J Lan1ghan, W G1ll1s Powley S9 5'1 T EU ES! Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row Row Row Raysor, A Roberson, Q Lewls, J Folsom, B Smlth R Neva R Hedley Le1gh B Sherman, D Steen, K Gifford D Wrthrow, J Berner Bower, J Pusater1, Mr Watson Hawk1ns, F Lotz, R Fox D Hammond, D Brandt J Bebee, J Ramm1ng, Malloy Sophumores Nagy J Payne C Taylor, J Steadman, R Kne1ser Troelzsch, C Sm1th N Freer, W Powley Petty Mrs W1lk1HS Gasklll P H111 G W1HtCrS, D McClew, Leddy Enderby W Cooper, G Hayes J Brandt, G Hartz, B Reed Ph1ll1ps P Rapp, C Lutz, 60 J.,- Row l Row 2 Absent Row Row Row Burt, T Ranney, D Farley, T Schlckllng R Smmth R Loeffert Schultz L W1lson Boyer, J Monthony, C Stark D V1ne, M P1SafSk1 C M1111S, P Hardy Herrlngton, Mr Dunford St6Il1Hg G Welr, O Jones, C Burns, A Jones Freshmen johnson arrell M Beals M N1cholas J Morey, R Hennmn Cash S Sahm, L Young Hanna B Skutt, E Buczkowsk1, L Mlller, N Lee, C Wh1te Ranney W VanAlstyne R Kronenberg, Mr Jantz1 61 Bu.. , ' ' sf-bk -. ff -K -4 ., ,ww Q " l,fff--- .A W- - 4 F 1134192 ffl? QE! 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'Q s af 1-M" Row 1 Row Row 3 Absc Ilcnmw l Rom KN Yost R Clark Woodard V H1ckman lella V el Sm1 S Hanna M Kape a A Taylo R Ro e , Murphy Brooks J PHIISI J McAll1ster D Bancroft J Covey G Goodl1ng Shelton Coll1ns L Marsland R Marshall K Kelsey YOQIYISKH H1scoc Freshmen Bohzmen R Tuttle A Zoss G Murphy D Branch G Dale I Greenwald Parker Hasflex M Hughes P Schwarz D Brown W Burnett Pettlt hgglrston B We1r M Coleman M1ller G Taylor J L1ddell P Sherman K Dav1s L Smlth M Roger Klumpp C Newman -v " 63 Ahsentees Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 ones, C Reld G Erck, W Bush M Krueger W Golden R Schultz Wemple, L Brown Marburg N Rolllnger C Deane D Malloy jones, S H1scock Carlton, S Budde, S Duff K Kress S Maynard Stephansk1 T Hlscock, M johnson, D Se1tz, K Salter, J ow, Taylor, C Stearns L Shafts COndnCl C,Ol'T1GFCl 64 Lx ag . QDWNQQ W XWEQW W if 33+ W NW W MW my WW df erm MW A SM awww Qing oni9u9uqPX"fMlW XNQ NB' Row 1 Row 2 Row Row Row Row Absent G ose, J Fox, G Fletc er F H11lyard, D Sterl1ng D G1111s, Mlller Edwards, M Mu1r, D Johnson, W K1e1n D Gr1ff1n, C Sweeney, Bradley Mr Wilcox Daugherty J Mlller, J Judd, P Burns P Hyde J Burns I2 Zastrow, K Baker, R wflghf H Taylor, Fuller R Pett1t, W McIntosh Brown S Eberhart S Brounsch1ede1 C Holtz Miller, M Lelgh B Sherman Mr Waoen McKernan, K Kahler, J Isreal, P Covell D Ense1e1t R Dunn, Blumrlck, P Foley G Redmore T Brandt, G Morr1son, K Addenbrooke, S Ge1st, Kress, C Reld, D Seltz S Sharts, A Taylor 66 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row Row Row Absent L1 tle C Jesson, J Larpenter P Clark, D Just, D Larocque Camarra, C Feltz Krentz, L D1ck1nson M Lxcata J Hausman, P Sm1th, D Kerw1n Rakfeldt, S Patterson D Craggs J Enderby, D Duhow, Mr Schwach Flynn, G H111 J Sm1th, J Leibring S McGowen, D Lockwood Borger J Sage, R A1k1n Woolston R Da1g1er, F Lampman, W Troeltzsch, J Garr1ty K We1ss, Turner A Toenn1essen, H Cash Koehn, C Brown, D Seefeldt D Pr1ce R Altbach G Str1ck1and, Barnes, M Owen, P Graham, M1ss McGu1re McClure, J Hyde M C Covey C Rhodes C Newman, F Howard, S Lew1s, Emer J F1sk, F Stark Erck ...L 67 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 1 Row Row 3 Absent Speranza, D Schalck, K Urtel G Carlton, R Lesser, D Pr1ce Roberts, J Strlegel, L Ph1ll1ps D Oswald D Sears Ta g S Neva, J Su1ts, D Goodlander, B B11gh N Sm1th, K Hall McDonough, M McGrath P Covell, Mrs Day Raetz, D Detschner, C Clark S Bottlng, M11by, M A a Schoelles, S Balbalate, M Dunn D Shuman Murphy Gom1n1ak, D Horanburg, T Bauer, P Culverwell, D Thurston Pa11sano, L Dohrlng P Unterweger, Mr Benfant1 Rh1nes M Lennon, N Ew1ng, H Kahle, R R1pson, J Klumpp, A Hendr1cks Coste C Brown, G Maynard Townsend, L Wh1tmeyer, B Erlckson, B Kuhns, M Strong R Goodell Sm1th, J Johnson J Borger, P LaRose M111er 68 J. ' . ' ' . l . 9 . ' . ' . P. ' . 'u - Q - : : . R. g g . ' . ' . ' . 5 . ' . L. ' . 3 . ' . R. ' . ' . 3 . ' - K. ' ' . . Z k, C. ' . ' ' . Q . E' hth J. g D. ' ' ' . ' . ' . ' . 5 C. ' ' . ' Q . ' . ' 2 B. ' 5 . - . ' - . - .' - . - . ' g M. 3 . ' . L. ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' . g . 7 K. ' ' . 5 . ' . A. ' Row l Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 2 Row 3 Absent Maxwell L H1ller, S Voelker R G1nty C Weaver J M1l1s R A1k1n Lavalley T Rapp RaCZk16W1CZ, C Roath, J Huenemoerder C Depew, J Mott W Sturm, Hawklns, M Harrls, Mr Wr1ght Mann, C Steadman, M Dale, C Newman, J Bebee C Bakos, K Cove B1dleman Smlth, D Ward Seventh Hughes, K Moon, W Hawkes F1eger J Dear, S Haseley L Sull1van M Bowman S Dussault Kirk G Holzman, D Hall Mr Fausett Samson J McKernan, G G1nty D West, J Roberts, D Fowler, A Cook Leddy N w11SOH, E Steln Hlller 69 J- :-' '- :-':- :-'Q-"5 A. ' 5 . J. 0 Q. -. 5. - B. ' . ' . J. I ' . ' . ' . ' . 3 . ' . yg C. S. ' ' . Row 1 L. Dickinson, R. Clark, J. Schicklingg A. Leuerg D. Murray, D. Swift, K. 5 . ' . 5 . 3 . g . 3 W. Q . ' . .5 . L. 3 . I ' . I g . ' . ' . ' . 3 R. Q . ' . S, . Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row Row Caraco, J Stolzenberg K Wglls, T Sargent, J K1ng, W Reese Parker, R Murdock Bess W Sherman, T Harmon, B H1ll, D Perry, D Bancroft B Sharts Taylor Mrs Sears Wemple, E Gleason B T1nney K Kapela, D Darrell S Gav1ller Kronenberg J Johnson Seventh Goetze Mayer M Bl1gh, H Corser G Flagler, D Daxgler D Sm1th, P1sarsk1, R Murphy Mr P1xley Feeter D P1Sh6I L Shaw, W Rowland, D Morse A Carlton T G1ll1s, Beers M Gamln M Dur1e 70 P. ' . Q . ' ' . ' . ' ' . 3 J. .. - B. 3 . ' . ' . ' . ' . 3 . 9 R. 3 . M- '- 4- :- '- z- ': L. g . Row 1 A. Towne: K.Noong D. Lovewellg A.Osmong J. Burrows, A.Risleyg B. Rutland, D. 2P..g'.". .Q . ' .' 3 M. ' . Q . . i 3 S. 3 . . 3 . . ' . ' . 3 . 5 . ' C. 9 . g . V 1 4 ,EA 51-f vii L wif M Y I l ,1 . A 1- V ,- . 9. f ' - ye 'Z' v 1 .Q I , I ' gum, ,, I A . 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C 4 ' M ' G X 1 f it 'Tum 4, :zi,Q::.f,f cy, - 5'-4,141,346 ff - ' '.'f'L iffgvw ,1 H' , E 115953 . -.iff T ' A uf l K A.: K ,, Y . Q A I 'I Y Ai . F ' .v Q V 'Y 41 K, , u':'h'f, 'mi' . R , I E ., "' is-gg 'x ' vt Sva 2 I !,1. 5 1. - :"h!'fS E? fr xl ' .m gm. X Q 5' I 'K 2- f 21 ' 3 3? ' 4,84 ,Q r Q A mi. ' gg st 9 iw a-ls ,A V 3, l L 4 ?. . ' g 2' Wi: , I -, "1 gi f. ig I ,. ..'. e if w. gig' lv Row 1 P Redman, J Mularz, K M1ller, J Janas, P Kneeland, E Sahm Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent R Wh1tmore, D Ph11l1ps, V Dear K Brown, D Owen, M Thoma, G Helfrlch, M Lauve, R Herman, C Turner, Mrs L1nderman J Lumburg, J Fl1nt, H B1tt1nger, L W1throw, J Bes11an, A Se1b D Prevatte, B Duff X Ge1st Hennlng P Sulllvan, Parker, L Baldw1n, S K1rchner, C McCa1n, Tre1chler S Hadsell Kilbourne M Urtel J Nemeth R Dunker K Ch1avaro, Strong, Mr M Cagw1n J M1tt1estadt G Hartz Stout, J Tompklns, W Gr1nnel1 76 Ei - t:ll G. Sterling, R. Kelley, R. Shephard, L. Pratt, R. Lilebergg C. Horanburgg S. ' D. ' 5 . ' ' . ' ' . 9 . ' g . 5 S. ' . ' ' . ' . E. ' ' . ' ' . ' 3 . . 3 . y G. . D. ' . ' ' . ' Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row Row Row Absent Borntner, Durre C Sm1 C Sparrex N ox N L Tax or Greenwald B Rounds K Schm1tt Sh1elds J Goraum, J Cotton, R Budnack M M1ll1s Huenemoerder Zastrow, J Hedley Mr Bernas Casallnuovo, R1chards askey, K a as K1 R Smlt , Foltz, M McGrath W1l11amS X Horanburg, E Gleason C Co1l1ns C Hxde G Madera R Culverwell Bellomo Brown M1lls, W Lotz M Slyster, W Farley C R1ckard R Ho t M1l1er Mrs Zlmmerman Stephens C He1nemann C Dunn1ng B Sm1th C Sm1th B W1lk1HSOU Jesson Conlln G Hughes R Shaw C S1nger 77 M. ' E. ' 3 . 'thg . W I F 5: L . Ad D. 3 . 3 . ' R. ' 3 . ' . ' . 3. . ' ' 3 C. 1 3 K. ' . 3 . C. ' ' R. ' 3 G. L ' . H l 3 J. 'rkg . ' h' E. ' . R- . . S' th 1 T. ' . 3 . ' 3 Z. j' 3 . 3 . 3 L. 2 R. 3 D. ' ' . 3 . ' ' . 9 . ' 9 . 1 Z3 L. ' 3 . ' 3 R. 3 . ' 3 . ' 3 . ' 3 . ' 3 . V ' 9 J. J. ' 3 . 3 . 3 . Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 'i 'Q Q' Murray J Taylor, B Cook, T McW1111ams, J G1nty Dz1ew1es Tomasov, G1l11s, Zlblut Henrlcks, C Mart1n K Hammel, R Skutt N M1llard P Jarvrs, R Bradley Tracey, Mrs Young Gi1l1s, L Hughes, C Fresch, E Goodlander, E Cheasty Barrett, L Sonker Fledler, G Roberson, L L1cata, M Woodburn, S W11son, T Brady Sabo, V B11l1ngs Petty D Ward, W Bea es K Maclam F Scholt1sek I Eberhart Rees, J Leddy B Gray Mrs Stark Mlk1tS, D Herr1ck, G Hogan W Harvey R Brown, G Carmer Rob1nson, B Stout 78 5, - , M yr, A M., H' 7 F- 'I 'lot' B 2 ' I W b 14 -ttf l . 2 J J? Mau Rowl E. Body, L. 3 . ' . ' . ' ' - . ' ' 5 J- ' ' 2 , R. . . ' . ' . 3 . 3 . ' . 3 A. ' R. ' . P. 0 5 J. I . ' . ' . ' . 3 S. ' . M. ' . I:'liwtI1 S. ' ' . ' . ' ' . ' . ' ' . N. I . . . . J- : - ' - 1 : - : - : - , L- . .' ' 9 : 7 ' M. ' . ' . 3 . Q . ' . 3 ,. C. ' - , - wf ,A ae A , ,.,,,i f Q .Q Y 5 ' f , , AJ , ' 'V 41' . EE' uzgffw- 232 ' -25,9 4 it -S 4 . . if X K 4 A .5 Q SY, , ff Q , iw! J 2 , K , wi+,..f.h1 K 4. 4' 3"'f"E':f'- - 3gi2.z1v.1g f ' A Q - - . 'I YV 3 .11 A 5 5 W' 1 JL, "NVQ" 9,5 , Q fi ' A A mna ,.. H wa vf' ' 'K I ,fm H ' W an Qi X 'Y 'gy ,gy-j . 1 355gffEg1f?f kt fffgaif Emfju-,Ax 55' 2' 1, , ,l A if , 4 53" D 3' 'f 913-P. mm 1-1 ' w -- fs 1,51 if L' 5 ,L fx-fzmf yu, K. Y 1' .1 1 3 'fi'f-15? ff" Mass" .3f, v Q. . 1'14: i' f Ua- Row 1 Row 3 Haynes, C McKernan, C Chaney S Johnson, K Gray J Bonar E Osher, McCloud L Wemple M Miles, K Glnty, M1ss Clarke Baldw1n, J Hawk1ns, D M11ls, D Tothlll, K Gav11ler, D Sm1th Bradley, M Maynard Autographs F:-'f1tlI C. ' . ' . g . ' . 3 . 9 . ' B. Row 2 S. Bowmang C. Hudsong L. Halifaxg M. Murphyg R. Schweigertg T. Wahlg :sr 11.1- D. ' . Row 1 Sh1e1d D Fras Wllson D Waterbu Polasky R Conver Perk1ns, J oa Udell B Sonker Row 2 M BUCZKOWSKI, A Mltt Stadt R Byers A Bo M Hawklns, D Donava 4 I J W11k1USOH F Town D Class, S S1co T Kagels D Stant D Goodman, J Russe Mrs Fuller C M111e J Fxsher Kindergarten D Hayes, J MCCIU S Clark T Lauve,D W sou, S Horanburg Row 2 T. Adams, T- Bent D, Woodburn, R. Ude Row 1 r 7 1 c 1 1 K.Aik1n, I Sm1th, J.B nett Row 3 R, Neelong P. Costel D, J0nes:B. Shaw,R.Re hardtgD.Ramsde11gJ.Ga1 81 'xl 'Vll L. -' 3 . P. 3 . K. 3 . , N. ' ' . R D. Q . Row 3 . I P. Ml Bottom Row 1 R Ball, W1HTSIS, G Hobbs, Dunnlng, D Culverwell Row 2 J Sherman, B Talladay, M M111er,D Ge1st,B Vary S Sm1th F Linderman, R Eberhart Row 3 Kindergarten L Wurl R Blacklock, D Humel, M Mart1n, Row 4 Mrs Hartley, G Boyd M Capen, J Hawkes G De Voogel Absent S Spos1to, J W1ll1ams Qdif 82 w1lSOH, J LaPort, Hellert, L Nerber, Budnack L Jaenecke, Lauve, B Ollver Caraco, D Wooburn, Gregg D Turner T Zafrano D Hass, B Hagel D Ib meroy K.Sm1th L Bogers Row 4 J Blewett L Seefeldt N Sattleberg, J Annalora Mrs Hartley Absent J Drew,M F1eger M L1d dell 11 Z - ' 1 2 . . 3 1 3 . 3 . 5 . ' .u 3 . - 5 3 - . g . g u . - . - - . . , . ' W. ' - . ' G. ' ' . 9 . ' . E . l I , l , A. Lesterg R. Bberhart J Q . ' . : ' . . . 3 . - . n . . u n I ,-I nf: A: ' ,M A , 'vi . A. - l A Q V, . 57 L -. 5 qv gf- Wrfiff . .-.. Fri ' A 3 '1- YA -1 H . 'f M nf GSE- if ag: ' A is , , I . N -, Pap' fl' f " w ,N V 5 V A ' - - f' 5 , ag. 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XY Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Ulm Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Erck, A Teague, J Redmore, D Pedley S F1n1ey B Re1nhart J G11l1S Mrs Keers B Taylor, E Donovan C Claude, D Ne1d11nger, J Swe1gert Burnett N Baldw1n M Tall S Vary, A Wa1te Gleason S Bldleman K Culverwell R G1fford, S Horanburg, S Drew Mael N Just, L Sargent Sch1e1ke, B Duhow, F S11V6ISm1th, P Wa1te, W Merr1tt, N Merritt, Powley, D Bartz, G Sh1e1ds Carpenter, K Hughes, M Barbalate, R Olka, B Barnes, W Bnseleit, Bassler D Nagel, K Stout, W Stedman, R B11gh L Croney Mrs Ruf K Bller, K arr1ty, P Brck, J F11nt, J Heck D Rowe, D Weaver, D Brown, C W1lk1ns, G Sattelberg B Haas, S Henry, L W111iams 84 J. u I B. . ' . ' . 5 . ' 3 . ' 3 J- 9-. ':. :- 'Z ' E. 5 . 3 . 5 . ' . ' . 3 T. 3 . ' . R. ' ' . ' . ' ' ' . ' ' . ' ' . ' N. ' . ' . ' B. ' . ' . ' . ' - . ' . ' C. g . ' . . ' . ' - . 3 . . g . ' . G. ' ' . ' . ' . 5 . ' Row l J Sm1th J Nagel R Farley G Geartz, R M1lby R Cook, D V1ncent P Patterson Row 2 B Woodburn, K Beckett D McClew, W Putnam M Nemeth T Anderson J Ch1aVaIO, M Nemeth D Hall M G1lbert, S Cagw1n Row 3 Mrs Reese, M Will1ams, R Burnett J Horton, K Sm1th W Ne1d11nger P Thomas, S Gaude, R Burn tt, L Taylor, R Benjamxn Row 1 J Beals, D D Carmer Row 2 W Jenn1ngs, R Snyder, M Row 3 M1ss Sm1th Brown, C Turner, V W1throw, R Webster C Shafts, R Udell W Re1nhardt, J Landsheft B He1man, K Baker Gask11l, Gerstung C Neldllnger B Shuey J Maxwell K Marv1n, D Fulcher G DeVoe, C Perklns, B Bogers, S Beales Absent R Randall R Blewett 85 1 i . u Q 1 e . Q n , 1 . , . , . , . . , . . , . . ' . 5 . ' i . 5 . ' 5 . 5 . ' . 5 . 5 . ' . i . ' . ' . 5 . ' 1 u 5 . 5 . ' . ' . +3 ' . ' . I II - li . ' . ' . ' . ' . I . ' . Q . ' . ' .. A 5 . ' . 5 J. ' . ' . Q . , l . Q ' s n . 1 c u , . , . , . . , . . 5 . 'V J K Q . , ' hm ' ' J '1, 35 V -- gui 1 , , - 1 L . 5 Q fa 3 5 ff 2 'E 3 l ' ' fi 12 5' ' ' 2 ' AFL f 4 , Y ,ru ijp n Q V X X -'. . . , - I ' Q- 112 . 4 f - ' ' ' K. 5 Q- - f .A . V' -I v I 4 31 1 4 4 Row 1 Row 2 Row M1ller, S Walok K Udell, E Foltz M Ollver, P Vmncent, R Foley Carr Owen, Gask111 D Corser, K Bracken, D Bullard, C M11es Horanburg, D Burke, K McNe11 K Mart1n Mrs Morey R W1nk1ey B A1k1H, C Rob1son, D Hambruch, B Shaw D Owen, J Body J Hughes Row 1 Row Row Second Shuman, D LaPort, C Durle, J Taylor, Vary, F Cheasty Culverwell Phi111ps D Polasky, L Ge1st, J Parller T Hopk1ns, C Eller, Benton, B Auman, J Sage, C A1k1n Mrs Lrossman, B Baldwln, D Farley J Donovan, H Noble, S Wlnkley F. Osher, D. Goetzeg R. Elllson, L. Hobbs 86 .Vu 1 LSI" . 1 wa .M . ' - ,X ' 'I ' 4 h:1i":f 'A " - V 3 ,. .ag 1 A, 1 ' f' . r' , f, . ff' it "9 gif, fs' 1 5 f - 0 f u- ' ' i 4 A Q" 15 1. 'fix . Row 1 V1ncent B Ne1d11nger M Wr1ght E Clark R Confer W Regan Vlncent W1thIOW E Buhyoff R Hall S Smlth S Goodell D Thompson H111man J Teague H Weber Mrs Corset R J Voelker R A Voelker D Copenhaver G Sprague C Benjamln L Ensele1t G Enderby H Kuhns Row 2 Row 3 Absent ALASKA Alaskas miles and snow, Brlng beauties some of of ice Its barren wastes, as we seem to think, Have gold,silver,tinr ber, and zink Alaskaismyevery wish, I love its 1inera1s, furs, and fish Jill Bebee Grade h W C what Is There? The leaves shimmer What is there? I sneak up to it I look up high what flew by? Jack Smith What Is Ito Isawa swift red treak Fly by 1n the sky Iwondered whatit could sneaked up to lt looked up high wonder what flew byo kiteo bird maybeo Bobby Lytle S Anderson M Ham1lton Our Pets we have gupoies that We wave puopies, that dlg, great blg hdes Our cat leeps in the barn and catims rats and mice We have a hamster, and it's rather nice Our rabb1ts are many, large, sman, fluffy, and white. When they they're when our babies, a zoo, Anyone want a baby? Tell me if you do Iathryn Brown Grade 6 Room 13h OUR COUNTRY are eating, quhba silu pets have it looks 1Dm Many years ago Our country wasnt free- Ne belongd to England A land across the sea But England wasn't kkn to us And thatfs how we came to be the U S Lillian Bittinger Grade 3, W, C, FIRL PREVENTION by Bonnie Miller This is everyone's de sire, To help prevent afire. So now let us see how you can hel me Keep all rub ish in a can, To make it safer man, .Don't smoke 1 Or you may burn head, Rake up leaves have fallen trees. Careful when you're driving along Or you smokers will soon be Lone for bed, your that from SPRING Soring is here The sky is clear Flowers blossomingbere and there Birds fluttering inair To tell us spring is here And bring us joy again This year Annette Wilson The Cardinal A red bi d flew by In the sky I saw it fly up I went up to see Ther e was s ome thing we e Abwycmdhmlmwbm Sherrie Galambos WINTER IS COMING by Linda Higgins Winter is coming Fall is here All the birds fly South this year Robins and sparrows Lead the way All the birds are Happy and gay TFE BIRDS by Jane Pettit 1 love to hear a bird sing, And see the little nest just like ring, And day by day I go to bed, with littlestars above my head 2. I g . ' ' 5 . ' 5 . 3 . 9 . 3 gi- Q 2 - : - 2 - ' 5 - 9 - 9 . 3 . 3 . . i D g . . i g . . g . 3 . 5 . 5 . 3 . g . F:. 't ., M us never know. swim in their bowls. ' In a tree. . O .' A Q ' n . . A , , , . - V , L . S . . X - be. ' I . I I . 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' . 3 Row 1 D Tr1mmer, L D1Ck1HSOU R K1nxcn P Malloy K Mackarlane T Doyle Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent J Gom1niak D R1chards S Brady, S Rees R Herr1ngton J Noon L Bye K Cake E Hadsell Mrs Schultz S Mann B Hawklns D Bowerman G Clarke, S Towne R Sm1th L B1tt1nger D Bowers L Gre1g Thomas C Hall, J Stauder, G F1f1e1d, G Bentley, D Lingle Goodman, C Parrott Urtej R Thomas, J Donovan N Yan1Ck1, B Roath R Perry J G1nty, Parker Mrs L1dde11, D Schultz W Sonker, P Harvey J Kagels, R Caugh111 J Long, M Stevens G Bberhart, R Lent1vech 97 CN Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 ROW Row Row Row 3 Waterbury B SmlSt, D Malloy L Stout, S Galambos W6HCYUSk1 T RaCZk1eW1CZ R Smlth J Sm1th T K1em1ck, D Kahle Emerv S Glnty Knleser J Roberts L Bowden S Mann1ng C Ray er K Kydd Madera, S Hoffman Mrs Mackey K G1ll1S P Klumpp S Schmxtt R W11son R Lyt e E Sutllff S Madera Second DlCk1HSOH, udge, M FIUIGX M Clark D LaPorte R Squ1re, Hlggrns Wedeman P Wllcox E Gavrller D Moore R Roesler F Lawrence Farlev J Smlth Mrs Downex CI Ruf J Selb J Strong V Pett1t,'W Mathewson, R Samson, D Eberhart :lr Ql 98 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 C 'hill Brown, S A1k1n, E Bitt1nger, T Fyler, S Brooks, K Bowman, C Rogers Hanna Durr, T Janas, C R1ckard, L Klng, D Oswald S Kagels A Rathke F1f1e1d L Young Mrs Da1gler, R Savlgny, K Noonan, S ESChI1Ch W Drake, D Rounds B Gow, D Farley A H1gg1HS Second Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent B Bowers, J Sparrer Haney, S Zehr, J Murphy J Dopson M Harvey S Lauvey Barrell M Yost M Beatty, W Thomason B Caugh111 F Kanehl Mularz, J Schmltt C Woodcock L The1s Mrs Putnam Clare K Ormsby MAR Y! 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' . 02 Chunoo Casalinnovo Seitz Hughes Golden Woodard Stiaenberg lotals Starpoint J Tetrault Fulda Dussault Baer Wendt Janoovioh Kempton Kreppeneok Totals dew-G7 ONOP 4 Q z O z E 0 Q O 4 J KD U' if OOONO-'I-J H-F' OONOOOOP 35 1 Newfane 8 13 12 3 36 Starp'nt2 0 6 5 13 Newtane Varsity 1531 Soh ltz Lempman Hallifax Judd Carnegie Kunnary Totals Starpoint Rocklein MoAu1ey Witkop Bootes Raoette Larson FG 4 8 m H d' '4 I-' I-'LQUNDJ-F' Y? gf me Y'4b CD U1 Jenks Totals P Newfane lu 16 BOX SCORE Newfane Harris DIN I-3 Golden Fralick Carnegie Ryan Darrell Seitz Hughes Hartley Casalinuno Chunoo Aulgur PJ!-'bil-'1F'l"OF'O!0 -F' I-J QNWONNQNOOOON I Am A Newfang Booster Medina B HoEIwee Kiebala Rankin,J.3 Paone 0 Beedon 1 Rankin, Be 1 0 0 0 1 3 Callard Malte Legp M1 ler h o o o o o 1 o 10 O 2 2 0 O 1 2 9'7'25 Vers Newfane J V Medina Java UlWf8n9 B MoUraEH S Taylor, F. 1 Roberson 2 Stolzenhmg 7 Morey 2 Seeley 1 Steen 2 McGuire 1 .L F U O 0 0 0 2 O O 7 l Junior Varsit 16 2 M lk M M M 2 e na Piediont T Martin M Koepsel 0 Morien 2 F U' 0 1 0 1 fF'U-'GUN'-3 3 D' 0 0 5 Si Row 1 J Yost Row 2 C F1tzgera1d Row 3 S Sahm, C M1111s, J Covey Jean called for dynam1te C1aud1a told 'em to f1ght Cynthla sald they're on the beam Sheryl sald HThat's our teamn Jack1e sa1d lt was qu1te a feat That the J V team couldn't be beat' lumnr Varsity All say HNewfane, come on through Judy says, HWe're rootlng for you Cookle says, HDon't b blue, You'1l make some baskets not a few'H Sharon says The t1me 1S now H Sherry COHe1HU6S, WTO make them bow'H Y They' beat 'em,H says Sally and how H Marllou says HKeep up the pep' Judy says, UTou've got the rlght step ' Joyce cont1nues, HNow yo re hep'H Newfane Vars1ty's got pep' J Pusaterl R w 1 J Yost C Just D Erck M Powers S H1sco k Row 2 J Bates V Brldgeman S Greenwald, S Monthony 104 I u H 1 ' YI ' :4 " . . . HDid ou see that basket,H says Carol, HWow!H " ll ," E ' ' u u . ' . ' ' u' . 0 . g . up . 3 . ' g . ' C . 9 . 9 . - . Row 1 Seeley, J Ham11nk, D Steen, L Smlth W Bush, T Gregg L Strong, Knott R Moore Row 2 Goble, A Zoss, G Dale, N Casal1nuovo, W Ammerman, P Ryan, Mr Duffy r Landsheft G Aulgur, J Aulgur, R Sage, E Sargent, R Sm1th Row Holtz, G Loeffert K G1fford, M Harrington, J Chaney, R Harr1son, Horanburg, C Taylor, F Stolzenberg D Tompklns, B Hartley Wh1tmore, J Morey Football Newfane Panther's gr1d team f1n1shed the season ho1d1ng sole possess1on of fourth place 1U the N1agara Orleans League The Panthers opened the season by los1ng to Roy Hart,but they came back UJw1n the next four games stralght w1thout 1n a ame played at Hyde Part Stadlum 10 N1agara Falls, the Panthers entered a four way t1e for flrst place Newfane was then dropped by both Med1na and Lew Port to put the Panthers back 1nto fourth place The team came out wlth a f1ne record of four w1ns and three loses Tackle, D1ck Moore, and center, Jack haney, both ga1ned p0S1t1OHS on the '59 Nlagara Orleans League Second All Star ceam at the1r respectlve pOS1t1OnS Honorable mentlon players from Newfane were end, Russ Harrlson, tackles, Ed Sargent and Dan Horanburg, guards, D1ck Sage and Lynn Strong, and back, N1ck Casal1nuovo CaSa11UUOV0 was also named the N O league player of the week by HE nUH10H Sun and Journaln follow1ng a well played games agalnst Akr By Hartley was the seventh top scorer in the league, scor1ng 26 po1nts Hartley competed 1H only tour games and was then forced to s1t out the rema1nr1g three because of a football 1nJury He scored four touchdowns and two extra po1nts Gordy Aulgur scored three touchdowns for a total of 18 points Nick Casal1nuovo ran for two touchdowns and scored six po1nts after touchdown for 18 po1nts Quarterback Terry Gregg led the team well and scored two touchdowns for 12 po1nts fSept 24 Oct +Oct Oct Oct Oct fOct fHome games Newfane Newfane Newfane Newfane Newfane Newfane Newfane 105 Royalton Hartland 13 Barker Starpo1nt Akron Niagara Wheatfield O Medina Lew1ston Porter T. ' . ' ' . ' . ' 5 . ' . 3 . ' J- : - , D. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . M . 3 . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' 3 D. ' . 3 . ' ' . ' . ' . ' ' D. ' . ' . 3 . ' '- . Q C. ' ' . being scored upon. After Newfane's victory over even-rated Niagara-Wheatfield ' ' - ' on. . 7 - . 2 13 0 . 9 20 ' 0 . 17 19 O . 24 20 - . 30 7 20 . 7 7 ' - 26 Row 1 N Ha11fax, J L1nderman, M Hedden, D Sweeney, W Chunco, G Loeffert, N Casa11nuovo Row 2 D Le1tz, F Lampman, G Klumpp D Tompkins, B Hartley, D Holtz J Rhodes, B Sargent, D Weeks Varslty Baseball Newfane's baseball team f1n1shed the season of1959 w1th a record of w1nn1ng 5 games and los1ng 5 games The Panthers were seated 1n f1fth place 1n the N1agara Orleans League All home games were played at Krull Park 1U Olcott The Newfane Central baseball team, not be1ng defeated by any class HAH school 1n our league, represented the N O League in the NAU sect1onal playoffs Newfane met Alleghany Central on June 5 at Hohl F1eld 1n Hamburg, New York Newfane was defeated by a 3 to 2 score w1th Hartley p1tch1ng a s1x h1t ball The game went 1nto extra 1nn1ngs Three of Newfane's,p1ayers were uxthe top twenty h1tters of the N 0 League NICK Casal1nuovo was s1xth w1th 28 at bats and ten h1ts for an average of 357 In fourteenth, B111 Chunco had 33 at bats w1th 10 h1ts for an average of O3 Denny Se1tz was e1ghteenth w1th 6 h1tS for 28 at bats and an average of 286 The team's battery took a pos1t1on on the League's f1rst All Star team By Hartley at p1tcher and Nick Casal1nuovo at catcher Denny Se1tz was placed on the second All Star team 1n the outf1e1d On honor ment1on were B111 Chunco at th1rd base, Edd1e Sargent and Merle Hedden in the outf1eld, and Herb L1nder man at short stop The Panthers' top pitcher was By Hartley who had a record of 3 wins and 2 loses The r1ght hander struck out 43 men He was touched for 29 h1ts and he gave up 18 walks The opponents scored only 27 runs aga1nst h1m, 18 of wh1ch were earned The scores were Newfane W1lS0n +Newfane Akron 'Newfane W1lson "fNewfane Royalton Hartland Newfane Akron +Newfane Med1na Newfane Niagara Wheatf1eld Newfane Barker +Newfane Starpoint Newfane Lewiston Porter fNewfane home games played at Krull Park 106 I ' h ' ' .3 . 10 ' 3 9 5 18 ' 6 '- 4 - 6 5 o , 4 ' s - 5 - ' 7 I. 5 v 16 o 1 - 4 Iunmr Varsity Baseball Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Darrell, J Lent1vech, R McGu1re C Kunnary, S Fral1ck, R Taylor wE1SS W1nters C Edwards, J Gray, R Neva, A Roberson R Moore R Allen Sm1th Newman, J Czak, W Golden, J Rakfeldt L Stolzenberg Newfane's Jun1or Vars1ty Baseball team from the '59 season won s1x games, lost only three, and t1ed one B111 Golden p1tched four w1nn1ng games, and Todd Newman won two Apr 2 Apr May May May 111 May May May 291 May June 2 Newfane Newfane fNewfane fNewfane fNewfane Newfane Newfane fNewfane fNewfane fNewfane fHome Games W11son Akron W11son Royalton Hartland Akron Med1na Nragara Wheatf1e1d Lewxston Porter Barker Starpo1nt The boys played skillfully and had lots of pep Some of these boys w111 move up to Vars1ty thxs yeag and they should gxve the other schools quxte a challenge I0 l I C. ' . ' ' . ' g . H. . G. ' 5 . ' . ' . ' . J. T. . , . . . . 3 . 3 19 ' . 30 4 4 9 ' 7 1 - 6 14 2 ' 18 5 ' - ' - 1 ' - 27 4 4 13 ' 7 Row 1 D Holtz, R.Al1en, S Fralick, T Newman,C Darrell W Chunco, D Goble Row 2 Mr Duffy N Casalinuovo, D Carnegie G Aulgur D Seitz, J Hughes, Varsity Basketball Coach Duffy thought he might find the going rough at times this year since four out of five starting men from last year graduated With the only starting player to return, the other four positions among the remaining fourteen players. However, it seemed that ulgur, Ryan, Chunco, Seitz, Golden, and Casalinuovo were the Don Carnegie b ing wer up for grabs Harrison, Hartley most likely. Coach needn't have worried, Newfane's Panthers ended their basketbaH,season two games above the five hundred mark with nine wins and seven losses. Congratulations are extended to all Panther basketball team members for their fine show of sportsmanship and ideal representation of the whole student body at games, whether on the bench or the court. Opponent Medina Niagara-Wheatfield Starpoint Akron Lewiston-Porter Royalton-Hartland Wilson Barker Medina DeSales Starpoint Lewiston-Porter Wilson Niagara-Wheatfield Barker 4 Royalton-Hartland 8 Akron Sloan 15 18 22 8 12 14 22 2 Dec Dec Dec jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb. Mar Mar Mar Mar o , 25 , 48 27 36 58 42 54 62 21 37 38 59 36 61 41 52 41 45 . 5 . 8 . 12 . 16 23 29 , 2 , ll +H0me Games xNon League Game ++Sectional Playoff Game 108 N +55 +39 32 44 +46 34 +56 +58 51 +x47 +36 50 37 45 44 +58 +56 ++32 11'-.Z gd J X Wwe S ax, Q, X i .-...,,f" "R Row 1 G Wlnters G Teague B WCGU1IC F Tavlor C wh1fmOIC, D Steen, T Seeley M Herr1ngton Row 2 Mr Landsheft R Neva R Platt K McGrath F Stolzenberg, A Roberson, J Morey B Smlth lunmr Varsity Basketball For the second consecut1ve year Newfane's JUHIOI vars1ty basketball team has held f1rst place 1U the N1agara Orleans League Dur1ng the 59 60 season the JUH1OI Panthers remalned undefeated for the f1rst t1me The team was coached by Mr Landsheft Dec 5 Dec PLHCE Dec Q an an x R, gan N , jan Feb Feb kk Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar Mar XX. i Opponent MEHIHS N1agara Wheatf1e1d Starpo1nt Akron 12 Lew1ston Porter 14 Royalton Hartland 22 W11son 2 Barker 5 Med1na 8 De Sales 12 Starno1nr 16 IPW1StOH Porter 23 W1lson 29 N1agara Wheatf1e1d 2 Barker 4 Royalton Hartland 8 Akron Home Games x Non league game 109 23 26 25 15 20 12 26- 22 10 25 37 27 29 '16 F37 +62 33 +30 +41 31 X20 +34 30 48 44 45 +39 53 ., " . .. 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' Seventh Grade Basketball Row 1 Harr1son, M Blxgh Sargent C Loeffert, ULMPHL4 Row 2 R Raymond, J Burrows, W Reese D Lovewell P Caraco, R McC1 Brown, R Taylor, J Welr, D Good11ng J Covey, J Thomas, G Poole, Sennett, D Perry, R Kruger, J Walsh Sports lnformals awfgrffmv -Ai 111 Knee11ng R M1tt1estadt, W Parker, K Salter, T Hanna, L Smrth, J Lesser, Troeltzsch, D Brown, J Tompkxns, L Marsland, T Gregg D Goble r V1l1e11a G Aulgur, D Stark, S Hanna, L Stevenson D Townsend, B Raysor, Freer, D Hammond S LaRose D Horanburg L Strong W Ammerman, J Stark, Golden, R Sage, D Tompkins, S Fra11ck, G Br1dgeman, R W11son, R Harrxson, G1111s, J Sm1th T30 A new vars1ty sport was xntroduced to Newfane rn '59 Thrs was track, are as follows Newfane Starpornt Newfane Poy Hart Newfane wilson Newfane Medrna The top scorers for the team wer1 Russ Harrxsou wrth 31 pornts, George Br1dgeman wrth 30, Drck Sage wrth 18, a 1 john Lutz mnth 15 Newfane placed th1rd at the countx meet at whxch Russ Harrrson set a new record for the hxgh jump in the Nragara Orleans League Russ Jumped 5' 7iW for a record to break the old 5' 6U rfeord Newfane went to the Class A sectronals atAmherst and rece1ved seven fourth place rxbbons Two of these r1bbons were won by George Brzdgeman for the shot put and the drscus R ' - . - . ' ' - I -' . - '. ' Mt. ' Q 4 ' - ' . ' 4 1 I ' . ' N. ' . Q . 7 . ' 3 . g . ' . ' H. ' ' - . ' coached by Mr. viueua. The track team competed with four. schools. Results a . 32 ' 63 . 61 . - 37 36 ' ss 35 ' 63 ' 112 O 4 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Row 1 Row Q 'IP' Harr1ngton S Murphv A Toennlessen A Farr1ngton S Bobzlen lckman J B bee S reene erl M 1 1s, F Lo z Feltz P Ead1e V Sm1th C Rho es M3ft1U S Sahm B Beu Ba es C Weaxer L Young M Covev Mrs Blewett Morrlson S Bott1ng G Morse R Stephansk1 J Covev J Clark oon A eVa11ex J Yost M Owen V Ro111nger C Moor Gow B Fe tz Athletic Council Varsity Club Lutz D Holtz, L Strong, T Gregg D Tompklns, G Loeffert Br1dgeman, W Ammerman, E Sargent, R Sage Carnegle E Howard Sm1th D Sweeney, D Horanburg, R Harr1son, D weeks F Stolzenberg Casa11nuovo W Chunco Mr Duffy 113 . l x ,', 5 3 J .1 K I O 6 s l V ' J R ,' S. ' 3 . . A 3 . ' 3 . ' 3 . ' 5 V. H' 3 . C 5 . G Q K. H 3 C. i 1' ' . 15 ' C. g . ' 5 .. ' 3 . d -g F. . ' 3 . .g . telg J. t 3 . '. 3 . 3 1. ig . . ' ' R- A ' 2 . ' : - . 9 - ': . A: - 2 K. M 3 . L, xjg . 5 .. 5 1. ' q . e J- 9 - 1 Ei. I , I I l ' J. . 3 . ' . ' .. 3 . ' ' . 3 Row 2 D. Gobleg R. Mooreg B. Hartleyg D. Seitzg G. Aulgurg J. Chaneyg P. Ryang D. ' 3 . 4 L. ' g . ' . - . ' ' - ' 9 - : N. ' 9 . 3 . 4 ,V ,' 'M ..... . ' , .Wm 4, R 1 , I wMJ-0 -- ' J I 1 Y. I f A.- Row 1 Row 2 Row Row l Row Row 3 Ea le, D Brown, J Bebee, M Kerwln S Toth111 C Costello Cleveley, J Goble, M Kapella B Ph11l1ps Knox, P Rolllnger, C M1115 S Sahm, G Taylor, J Bates R Darrell Johnson, J Yost F Hughes, J Hallfax, Mrs Blewett Body, J Lloyd C Stearnes, J Re1d B Reed R Wendler, M A en Torrlere, J Covey Hammond, B Mann, J He1na, S Bobzlen L Weaver, S Greene, J Pettlt Bucher G Hartz, D M1lby Able, M Powers, K McA1l1ster Sahm Gregg P H111 B Jan Rogers, M Hughes, C Burns Rose, T Taylor, G Taylor N Young C Whrte A Covey, J Klum p Leddy M Feltz, N Rolllnger 114 P. d' ' . ' . ' . ' 3 . ' Q . S. ' . ' . 5 . ' ' D. ' . ' ' . ' 9 . ' . ' . 5 . E. ' . Q . ' . ' ' . 3 H. ' . g . ' . ' g . 3 . - . 1 D. ' ' . GMS, EXtl'3lI1llf2llS M. ' . ' . ' ' . ' 3 . ' . ' . ' B. 5 . ' . ' 2 V. ' . ' . ' g S. 3 G. Q . ' 3 . as, M. ' . ' . S. ' . ' . 5 . Q . ' 3 . ' . p P. 9 . ' . ' PAFRH Date of Announcement 3 Submitted Date 2. l Organization or Pe rs on Announc ement ul gm' Mn av-fwdlh ai1.3.0m 91311 so 999096309059 0 eww unc' wb D 'K ates THDR Future N'-Irs es Dano Ps Y 0 nee 8 Cantor! BI' BUS PERMISSION Kane al' C Sportslub C u Party Wards ssembl Honor soc ist! uet Bgggb all at M-na Stu cam Bhnqu Party GRADES 7 12 Bus pei Remained with CTeachers name! Eht HA issumli FIU' 000 e SL- -I' C kde Ouh ne -'lncfi ' - . . 0 WD -T A -- YZ F 9 I A Q5 3 D 1 NY' 9 9351.0 Q Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Goble T Taylor, M Rhodes, R Allen, B Bucher R Nayman Gray R Smlth D Farley G Redmore, J McClure, E Brandt, Loeffert, R Stephansk1 Whltmore, M Bl1gh V Abel J Klumpp A Taylor, G Blumer1ck, Stark, S Fra11ck, R Altbach, T Newman Stark, W McIntosh, C Brown, P Hardy, T Brown, N Wemple IHNUI Rapp Maxwell C McClew, D Parker, R Lesser, J Hogan, D L1nderman Dale R R1chards D Shuman C Chaney, D Hambroch, G Trlechler Nemeth R Putman J Ph1ll1ps DeLange, S Baer G Helfr1ch, B Sharts, C Roath J Nemeth Kaltenbacher, S Haseley C Stedman, C Weaver 116 , Q..f'i, f ' Q I 4 ,I gl I i A , . ' ' , 5 ' 1 ' I , g I . ' ,, X Jig J , ' x I K Q K A ' 1 f 'xi 5 ' 1 J. g . i ' . ' . ' . 9 . 2 J. g . 3 . ' g . ' . ' . ' R. ' . . , 3 C. ' ' . . g . 5 . I . ' . ' J. ' . ' . ' . 4 F. ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . n Band I - 1 T. A 2 J, ' 3 : ' - ' - ' - ' . D 3 M. I . 5 . . i Q . ' . ' . ' 3 D. g . 9 . . 4 D- ' - 3 . ' . ' . 3 . 5 J - ' - : - ' . ROWJ R McGu1 re P Graham D McC1ew, D Pomeroy, R W1lson, P Seib H Taylor D Goble, D Brandt J Jackson Row 4 Mr Nemeth, R Altbach, M Nlcholas G Brldgeman D Horn1n O Kneeland, J Morey, B Rayson, G Loeffert, W Chunco, D Knox BHHDT Row Row Row Row Row UHIDT Newman, R Wh1tmore Seeloff J Sta Seeloff J Stranges J Parker R Raetz L Dohr1ng J Mann J Walsh M1 es T Stranges LaRose, T Sargent Stolzev urg D Oswald, W Sturm G Carlton Y W Reese D Good11ng Mr Moger J Walsh 117 ' . ' 9 . 3 . ' . v ' . " 'V . f . ' . ' . ' 5 . ' 3 . ' gg Eg n Band I - 1 C. ' . ' 2 A. Schultz, R. Taylorg S. Landsheftg K. Kapelag B. Bligh 3 G. 5 . 3G- s- s- :.:.':.g.g M. 'l 5 5. ap. -. :- :- ': . g. - J- '9- '. 9. Row Row Row Mrs Beccue, B Shuman, P Ro111nger, J Yost, J Hyde N Ro111nger Burt, B Sears, A Lewis Rose, C Lutz, J Pusateri, S Gaskill, C Moon, S Kuhns, S Monthony Baldwin Yost, D Brck, B Smith, F Mart1n, J Harrington, J Yaude, H Weston, Bebee Weaver, C Costello Scum' Girls Chorus umm Row D Duhow, J Yost, P Foley, K Kohler Row P Krentz D Boyer P Hyde, C Bmery, Schoelles Row 3 Mrs Beccue S Hanna B Sm1th C Brown, F Bradley, Sm1th Row 4 C Fitzgerald, C Wh1te, L Covell Marantettq B B1igh,J McAllister Row 5 S Se1tz, S Bobz1en, M L1cata Lewis, P Quinn 118 1 . ' . ' . ' ' . ' .' g . ' g L. ' . ' . 2 S. I - . ' . - . - . - . ' . : C. 3 M. - . ' . ' ' . ' ' . - . - ,. ' J. Row 4 A. Toenniesseng V. Bridgeman, N. Strong, S. Mittlestadtg M. Peitshansg A. 1 . I ' 1 , I I 1 . ' . ' . ' 2 . 7 . 3 . - . - C. . 9 '. 3 . ' . I . - . -P. ' B. J. f . si - .' ' Row Row Row Row Cl S aght J Hall, S Sahm Budde Body, B Hawk1ns C Baer G Darrell Ruether, J Bates J T1nney K Dowse, J Jagow, B Thurston, Greene S Greenwald Mix Powers B Re1d, J Berner K Hayden Gregg B Janas, M Johnson S Falls Herl S Rhodes M Hammond J Rzchards A Farrlngton R Jesson J Po1ew1cz emo' Glrls Chorus Row Row Row Row 4 ROW 5 S. Schultz, M. Ka Cla' , Turner llllIOF Er1ckson, D Barnes J F1sk, Clarke Covey, S BOtt1Hg K Kress Brooks, J Israel . Stearns, C. Burns, T. Browng K. Hall Kuhns L McDonou hg N. Wempleg B. , . g B. Kanehlg S. Edwards P 1 J Y S Sahm: D. Seefeldt, M. C. Covey 119 1 4 A !?E. r I I 1 . Y- - , A U I K , B. f 2 f . ,,'. EG1 Q ' , gl ' kia gi qllrll 7Wl'h ,ff 6 PM 'if' 3' 1 D. 1 g . ' . g M. g . ' ' . 3 . 9 S. l 2 H. ' . ' 5 . 3 . 3 . ' . 3 . 3 R. 3 S. ' . 5 . ' 5 . 5 . 3 . 3 . ' 4 E. ' . ' . ' . ' 3 . 'g . ' 5 S. 5 . l s - 1 I u 1 B. ' '- . g . ' - L. 2 J. ' . ' 5 . Q A. ' . 3 C ' Rf Y .1, f M ,f V if V J Y' V I I Q ' g I IK ll Row Row Row Row Absent Row Row Row Absent Sewar T Rapp J Stranges, J Walsh, D Hall, J Mann, R Chenez McKernan Bancroft, L111eberg Taylor, K Covey, W Sturm, M Da e Kuhlman, C Huenemoerder, M Bllgh M1ss Devereaux, T Harmon C Loeffert D Da1g1er J Maxwell R G1nt Stolzenberg J Class, A Towne, J Caraco, G Watxer Haseley W Sherman, R Murdock R Raymond, J Thomas,,JSch1ckl1ng Leathers A Leuer D Lovewell R A1ken W Reese, J Parker Sargent Markham, D Ward Seventh Grade Bheruses G1nty, L M1k1ts, K Fleger Dur1e, S Peeter, C Bakos, L Walker, A Darllng, C Moore, K Moon, Hawk1ns, D Morse S Johnson, S Harr1ngton, A Carlton, D West, Gow, C Krentz Kapela, L Nlcholas, P Burt, C Depew, L Long, B Sharts, S Baer, DeLange, C Roath, K Large, B Bess, S Steadman C Newman, S Flynn, Raczk1ew1cz, D Darrell Spurbeck, D Verguson, D Sm1th, A LeVa1ley C McClew, S Dussault M1lls A R1sley A Osmon, L H11ger, C Weaver, S LaPorte,,J Mott Noon, H Corser, C Bidleman, M Bowman, M1ss Devereaux Pausett P Murray 6 l D. 3 . 3 . ' . ' . ' . ' . I J- .. 2 D. - C. 3 R. - . - . - . lg J: ' ' ' ' . . 3 ' . : - 3 - : -. : - V: J. 3 . - . - . - . i I 4 S. 3 . ' . 3 . ' . ' . 3 H. 3 . 3 . 3 . ' 3 . ' . 3 T. A. ' . Row 1 N. Wilsong C. Beers3 L. Kronenberg3 P. Gaming B. Tinney3 S. Gavillerg G. . , c . . . . . 2 M. ' ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' . ' B. ' ' . 3 . ' . ' ' . ' . ' P. - J 3 K. ' . ' - . - . - . - . - . ' D. ' . ' . ' . ' 3 . ' . ' J. ' . . 4 W. ' . ' . ' . 3 . ' . 3 J. 3 . 3 . - . - . n - . - . 3 K. ' . ' . ' . ' B. 3 . 121 Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Carneg1e, G Teague, R Strong, J Payne, J Aulgur, J Lutz, W Powley M111s, J Polewlcz, S Bobz1en, R Jesson, N Strong P Roll1nger Brandt M1ss V1verette Stephansk1, J Covey, J Dunker J Reld, S Hanna, K Hayden, S Rose Feltz Lampman, R Marburg, J Pusaterl Sensor 3 dent Row 1 Row 2 OUFUL19-1 B C' unlor Brown, K Kapela P Krentz Sm1th, C Rhodes, C Feltz T Brandt Burns, T G1l11S Altbach, S Haseley, Lovewell Mrs Day McClew, C Loeffert, H111 Roberts, Burns Kuhns, C Depew M Strong, R A1kin J Class, A W1nche11 S Dussault 122 Row 1 Bancroft R.Daugherty N Feltshans, A DeChambeau, J Stark, J Br1ggs r Br1dges LaRose, D Brown Row 3 G1111S, L Sm1th M Bancroft, D Schultz R Nagy J Berner, F Le1gh Roger Future Famers of America Industrial Arts Club Row l B Neary J Rakfeldt G Brldgeman, R M1ttlestadt D Kurth Row 2 D Raymond, G Halght, G Edmlster, D Wood, M Herr1ngton, S Hanna, D Daugherty, G W1nters, Mr Wollenberg 123 ' if ' . Qu ' ' 4 3 1. D. 3 3 . ' ' . ' . ' . ' 3 M 0 . Row 2 R. Fox3 L. Stolzenbergg J. Lewis3 G. Walker3 G. Murphyg C. Pedleyg S. ' . W. ' ' ' . ' 3 ., ' . 3 . 3 . ' . ' 3 A. I A I . 3 . 3 . ' ' . ' 3 . Row 3 Absent Jagow C Fltzgerald Greene S Bobz1en A Weaver, D W1throw E Bredefeld L Weaver G1fford J Jagow M Kapela L Covell Marantette M Hughes B We1r S Gask111 S Brandt C Stark Vlllella B Janas Feltz Future Hememakers of Amerrea Future Teachers of Amerrea Row 1 N Rol11nger, D Mallox Mr Ch1aVaIO, Mr Whlte, J Pusater1 S Murphy Row 2 B Hawk1ns, M Rhodes B Ph1ll1ps R Sm1th R Nayman, R Jesson B Bucher, J Reld 124 U-H - H- uw-U--W, V- --f- ---, -- --f , W-en ff, We 7 ,eef, ev Sree e, ,e U, S. 3 . Row 2 S. g . g . ' . 3 . 5 . Q K. 3 . 9 . 3 . B- g 2 - 9 - 9 . 9 - : - 2 M. g . B. I u . ' - .. In . . ' . ' . 3 .. ' , . ' ' Q . s n o , .. , . , . , . . , 0 . n Row 1 N Ro111nger, B Thurston, K Herl, P Ead1e, N Strong, J Po1ew1cz J Hyde, V S11versm1th Row 2 Mr Manly, H Body, J Bates, D Goble, J Aulgur, R Allen, S Ruether, S Sahm, Mr Kramer Dramatlcs Club Row 1 Row 2 Avlatmn Club Payne, P Rapp, D Miller, J Farrington, J Eberhart, A Roberson, Taylor, Mr Hunter W1nters, C Smith, J Lesser, D McC1ew, F Taylor J Rakfeldt, Feeter, G Cheasty R Kn1eser, D Moore, N Freer 125 x"' I v inf . I I I C. ' . G. ' ' . ' . . ' . ' . Q . ' R. ' . I . ' . ' . Row 1 T Taylor G Allen, R Strong W Powley, J Goble Row 2 M1ss Vlverette S Rose, H Rakefeldt C Mllls, Mrs Klock Foreign Exchange Future Nurses of America Row 1 J McAll1ster, K McAll1ster, Mrs Redmore, M1ss Benton, H Body N Young R w 2 P Ro111nger, J Yost, A Taylor J Polew1cz, D Brown, C Costello, Harry, S Gurney S B1xler, M Hammond M Feltz Absent J Bebee 'HK' ,L l 1, ei ' A ,e 1-' , X , A X , . J In TA N ., . 3 . ' . 5 . . 3 . ' . g . . I I . . . ' . 3 . o . ' . ' . 3 . ' . ' . ' K. ' . 3 . ' . 3 . 126 Rowl Allen H Gi1l1s, O Kneeland, R Mittlestadt, D Ruether R Allen Chunco Row2 ose S Sahm, C Reld, L Baker, J Bebee, J Ba es B Bucher, Graham, S Murphy, Mrs Klock Row 3 Dunker T Taylor, H Rakefeldt S Greenwald J Goble, M Hammond Monthony, H Body Absent McAll1ster, B Janas Regent Scholarsh1p w1nners and alternates STUDENT HONORED BY NATIONAL MVRIT David Ruether ceived a Letter of mendation from the Na ticral Merit Scholarship Corporation. He was one of the 27,000 receiving this David missed be ing among the 10,000 finalists by one point, 550,000 juniors from all over the country took the National Merit Scho larship Qualifying Test last spring Soclety Pres. Gary Allen V. Pres. Terrell Taylor Corr. Sec Sharon Greeruald Rec Sec. Judith Goble Trees. David Ruether Adviser "Irs Klock NOOK BREA CS RECORD D Goble L Burt G Aulgur Mr Chiavaro Mr Blrgh 127 The Honor Society's Paper Back Book Nook has beaten Roy Hart 's record of the most books sold in one day! The Book Nook sold a fabulous one thousand thirty five paper back books as to Roy Hart's 600 The book sale, held in the school library the first day, hadsold over Use hundred by noon. The Paper Back Book Nook ncwresides in room 221, Mrs Klock's room, and is open most days during periods 1, late 5, 6, and 8 There are a great variety of books which may prove of interest, the best sellers are the Dennis the Menace books, The Thesaurus the pack? EIcEIonaries, and The Tale of Two Cities. llI1l0F Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 R N 1 A Carlton, D Darrell S Feeter, C Brown, Mrs Ives, M Holtz B Bess, Dur1e, P Gamln Row 2 J Israel, M Covey C Rhodes, J Pettlt M P1sarsk1, A Osman, R Allen, Addenbrooke, G Turner, M V1llella, D Goodlander, C M1ller Baker, Brown, Covey RHPP, Lew1s, Jagow, Centonan Staff Sem, M J Kerwln, S Gurney, G Allen, Miss K1ng, C Costello V S1lversm1th S Sahm D Goble, H G1ll1s, K Lampman, B Hartley, P Ryan, R Allen, L Burt B Hawklns, C Drake, C Just, M Johnson, J Bower, C Herman, J Bates 128 , 4 V D- V . , S ' Q A HM' 4 i O' . '- Q. '. ' - '- g' . M. l ' . ' . . . K. ' . ' . ' . ' . I I I L. ' . .. Z ' - ' . ' . ' . I L. ' . E : A. Q . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' P. ' . A. ' ' . ' ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' J. ' . Row 1 Row 2 Row Row Row Row Absent 510 0113?- Durle, D Duhow, P Gow, K Moon, A LaVa11ey, D Darrell A Nemeth, Feltz, W Golden, M Covey, C Roath A Fe tz Harmon, W Troeltzsch, P H111 Costello, Mrs Brandt, S Rhodes S1lversm1th D Perry J Luckman Bancroft, P Hardy S Baer C Schoelles, C Moore, C Fmnley M Zak, Young, G Turner, B Enderby K M11by, L Long, F Hughes, J Gleason, Harr1ngton, P Burt lunmr Red Cross M Hammond, K Flagler J Bower, ett1t M1 by P1sarsk1 Herr1ngton, W Cooper, D Payne L Stevenson, M Herr1ngton Wllllams, R Clarke, K Lampman Morrlson, Lloyd Tothlll J Taylor V Yousey, L Young, S Klumpp L Detschner, J Wh1tmeyer Hardy A Bower J Smlth A Nemeth, J Lutz, M P1S3rSk1 H t arr1ng on Mrs Prz ondak k'4 129 M. ' ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 3 . ' C. ' . ' . ' . g . 1 T. ' . ' , 5 . . ' . I 3 . I' C. I f . ' . 5 J. P g D. 1 g M. 5 V. g . g . . 3 D. ' . 3 . g G. . ' . ' . g . ' L. ' . ' . 5 . ' . ' . ' . ' S. ' ' . a 1 H. ' ' . ' . Q . ' . ' 5 J. ' ' . ' . . 2 R. ' . ' . ' . g . ' . g J- .1 P- . . . 3 L- : - - 9 - 9 . ' - ' . s B. W' ' Aft Clllh W? gM55W'K , 3 ,,.r, VHiWL? ,w iV14mg ik fi,a Q - C, .-f 1. w'AH"e'e5+' A xi 9 - V ,ww 5 i ,Q ' 4' , . H . bfi.. V .Aft 4 KI, 2. Row 1 A Nemeth, H G1l11s, D Goble C Re1d D Ruether, J Bower, P Ledny Row 2 Mrs Klock, R Daughterty D Brown, O Kneeland, G Allen, K Flagler, R Mlttlestadt, R Allen, C Kreutz, Mr Haley Science Club Senior Llhrary Club Row 1 M Freer D Haseley T Rakfeldt M Graham K Class, J Polew1cz G Platt, C Foley Row 2 Mrs Clay H Weston, M P1SaISk1, Sm1th K Harry C Costello M Kapela, J Pettlt S1lversm1th L Hoefler Mrs Porter Row 3 F Hughes, B Enderby M LaForest, Slaght Ha B Kanehl M Hughes, S Weaver, C Wh1te L Muscarella P Leddy J Hallfax Absent R Marburg, N Nagel 130 . ' . ' ' ' - 9 - Z - ' - ' ' . ' . q . ' . ' . ' . ' . . n . n ' I l l I . g . g . g . 3 . ' . . 3 . ' ' . ' C. Q . ,g . 5 . ' . g V. g . 3 . . - . : , - D. Q J. 11: . : . ' . ' . 3 . g . 5 . 0 . s . lunior Library Club Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Str1ck1and K Addenbrooke C Holtz, C woolston G Turner M Le1gh Mlller, S Lew1s D Gomlnlak Bakos, L Wh1tmeyer, J Raczk1ew1cz, J M1l1s, J Mott, C B1d1eman Bott1ng, B Bess, C Krentz D Bancroft, Mrs Sears W11son, M Gam1n, R A1k1n, J We1r, J Thomas, K Kapela S Fetter Fe1ger Photos Today and Yesterday 131 Row 1 McAll1ster S Murphv S ahm Mrs Ives Mr Sleeper D M1 y Rhodes P Leddx D Knox Row 2 level y D Goble N Br1dgeman H Gxllls E Bredefeld G Allen Greene R Allen Row 3 o 11nger J Yost J Pett1t Bower D Brck S Rose J Dun er Anchor Staff NIAGARA COUNTY BAND AND CHOEJS LHOSEN Con ratulations are in order for the members of the Junior and Serior County Choruses and the County Band These membersare workinb hard under the direction of Mr Nemeth and Mrs Bee cue The best of Newf.ne's Senior Bend have been chosen to play in the Niatara County Senior Band in Newfane on April 2 These members are Gary Allen, Rodney Allen, Georne Bridgeman, Ralph Naymsn, Todd Neu man, Robert Smith, JamesStsrk, and Terrell Taylor Actwlty Wnte ups Chorus News BOYS' CHORUS HOLDS ELECTION The boys' chcrus has elected the following officers president Dennis Day, vhs presi dent Alastair Brown and treasurer JadcSnith. All proceeds Dun the Kick Off Hop,sponsered by the chorus on Sept 25, is gcdrg toward the purchase of blazers to be worn during per formances enior Band Pres George Bridgeman V Pr s. Gary Allen Sec Treas. Terrell Taylor Adviser Mr. Nemeth ENSEMBLE I JTRS The Enue ble Sirp ers ere one of three small select Groups to be cho en to sing in the Senior Niabnra County usicale They also p rticipated in the T F A assembly and sev eral P T A neetings 132 Boys Chorus Pres Dennis Day V Pres Allister Brown Sec William Parker Treas Tohn Smith Adviser Hrs Qeccue Gi ls Chorus Pres Sharon Greene V Pres Barbara Janes Sec Lee Ann Vanderbilt Treas Jacqueline Polewicv K. ' Q . . ,Q . S 3 A . 9 . . , 3 . 'lb 3 M. g . Jw . S. C e g . g '. ' .q . ' ' g . 3 . 5 S. 5 . ' P. R l ' 5 . 3 . ' : J. 3 . 3 . n u l S --,-,-- I . ', 0 o ' . . 0 " . rg 1 I an 'S . U U ff 3 , Virginia Bridgeman, Judith Goble, James Gray, S001"et9LI'Y-B111 POPCGI' . - O a' '- L . c - C E FHL. - -' I 9, 'H J Z' A Z o e o no I 0' Anchor Editor Donna Milby Assoc ditor Susan Sahm Advisers Mrs. Ives, Miss Heimerl, Mr. Sleeper AVIATION CLUB FORMFD The Aviation Club, one of the new organ izations in N C S was formed on the twenty fourth of February in the Year of Our Lord one thousand nine hun dred and sixty The officers were elected follows nresident, John Far rinvton, vice presldenh Dick Yilkr, treasurer, Art Roberson, corres ponding secretary, John Eberhart and recording secretary, Pat Rapp Among the other rem Russell knieser, Ross Feeter, John Lesser, John Rakfeldt, Cheasty, Doug McClew, Gary Winters,Bob Charles Smith, Taylor, Norman Freer, and Dick Moore The purposes of the Jatos, as they from hence forth shall be called, are to provide asource of information concerning flying, t learn how to fly a plane, and tapromotean active interestinthe careers offered in aviation Gary Taylor, Cralg The projects before the Jatos at this time are the formation of a constitutionand a free 'Learn to Fly contes , Art Club Pres Jo Ann Bowers V Pres Virginia Yousey Sec Joyce Vhitmeyer Treas John Lutz Adviser Mrs Przondak ED' T OR! X-XL PAGE -A Centorian December 21, 1959 Page 2 L TT RS TO THU EDITOR DOES UCS RATE SCHOLASTICALLYV Published I2 times during the academwc year Nevfane Central School, 5 cents VoI IY editor Assoc1ate Edltor Rodney Allen Grade Editor Joanne Soorts Jditor Susan Ne fmne, Ne York a cooy SO cents a year I lb Gary Allen Bower Sahm Art ditor Helle Rakfeldt Business Manager Linda Baker Advisor M1SQ Kather1ne Kina J igh Adviser Irs Claire Ives TYP AdV1SOP Miss Phyllis Heimerl Artists Hovard Gillis, Barbara Thurston, Virpin1a Sllversmith Typists A Covey, C Drake, J Jagow, M Jomnson, C Herman, F Hughes' H Weston Dramatics Club Pres Patricia Eadie V Pres Starlet Rhodes Student Council Sec Jancy Strong Treas Rosemarie Marburg Pres Raymond Strong V. Pres Sue Rose Rec. Sec. Patricia Rollinaer Corr Sec. Judy Pusateri Treas. Merrilee Foltz Adviser Miss Viverette sponsored b the Ex changeClubin Lockport Any boy between l6 and 18 with an average of 7Sor better,interested in learninghow to fly, contact Fat Ramp for the rules and an apo lication blank. F Ta April 7, 1960 Pres Beatrice Bucher V Pres, Sharon Murphy Sec Judith Pusateri Treas Martha Rhodes Advisers Yr Chiavaro Mr Mite F F A Pres Norman Feitshans V Pres John Stark Sec Albert De Chambeau Treas Norman Freer Adviser Mr Pridges FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Neufane Central School APPLICATION FDR STUUENT DAY 133 AdvlsersfMr, Manly, k' Crane LIBRARY CLUB TO TAKE TRIP There is a trip in theofHudng for membe s of the Junlor iign L1 rary Club The destl natlon has not yetbeen selected and further plans will need to be maoe At the rebruary meet ina, t1e members dis cussed the fact that some membersoften per formedthe mme services cont1nual1y, and jobs were changed in order to blVB each member different tasks 2 1 If Q so A . WI - ' ' I. ni T' TT . - "' I. V. f ,, I I I - " 0 N J0u va . . - . . . . . ' - 1 I I -. C I C 0 I ' 'T' l L "' 0 O I D I I . ' 3 . . . ... HS I ' , . . . - .. . A "' o o o o Q D ' - r. H .1 . A ' n Q . , . v ... g v C 3 3 . ' J L . 5 Q . . . Y . I A- , A Q . bers are: Jim Payne, . .. . . . . L s 1--i.-.1 ,- D I- L - . , .-3 A 1 0' ,- a ' J I . . r ,- I I " I 1 '3 - Q" 'Y an A 1 ,in v . ' - A E . , A .. I ll t . -1.1.4. 0' ' 0 0' ' .- I- X - . I. V Y X . I . .- e l ' 0 I' Y A 0' A- ' . - I- O .0 .1 u ,. D , or 1 u .. f . 1 0 0 ... D 0' .un I U- '- Y . ' 0 e F.H.A Pres Isabelle Reid V Pres Clsbeth Bredefeld Rec Sec Ann Toennelssen Corr Sec. Barbara Janas Treas Karen Hayden Hist. Betsy Smith Parl Bonnie Cook Rec. Leader Sharon Greene Adviser Miss Viverette ork, December 14, l959 HOLIDAY SDIRIT ENTERS AS STUDENTS PREPARE HOLLY HANGING PLANE December 21 18 the date set for the tra ditional Holly Hanging festivities sponsozed by F H A The program will be carried on in much the same fashion as last year, with an nouncements concerning rules beginning next week. Holly Hanging began six years ago when the F H A decided a 'fam ily Christmas", faculty and students,wouId en courage bedrr rdhtions with the team ork ne cessarily involved. Faculty memb rs super vise student groups while the individuals make secret plans for their decoration themes. At the appointed time on December 21, the classes shall meet their assigned places and carry out their plans. While the jugs tour the building, the faculty and students shall assemble in the auditorium for a movie 'Christmas through Ages, and wait forthe appearance of Santa. Following the Ghrhm- mas dinner, a dance will be held in the gym, at which time the winn r of Holly Hang- ing shall be announcd Science Club: Pres. David Goble V, Pres. David Ruether Sec. Cheryl Reid Treas.-Howard Gillis Advisers-Mr. Haley, Mrs . Kl00k CGIICOMHH october 14, 1959 Page 5 cameras Nor D IN 'nm wrfxnrsnwrmon PEOPLE, PLACES, frames By Patrick D Rapp Beg1nning in Februar, with mr Beutly's rc Ihg C1335 of 1960 wul tirement, the student body will HOt1CP changes ge down in history as in the adm1nistrqt1on Tney w1l1 not have been the fir t graduating made overni ht, for a gradual chance is taxing C1333 at N C S to have stone rings place at the present time Mr Chiavaro is pre paring to take over as Director of Secondary Education :ln llr B1.ig's stead LT Bligh will assume Mr Bentley's position d'auP6PV1SlDg Principal place as Supervisor of Attendance and Trans portation will be nr Weber Xt present lr Weber is teaching part time shop,andlearning the duties of his new position .n addition to the administration is the Supervisor of Secondary Education, Tm Manly Concerned with grades 7 12, hls work is con nected with the provemcnt of ins tructlon at Newfane A further addition h s been made in the field of guidance Mr Kiene, while teachlng part time shop, assisting lr nite in the gui ance office Mext year, he w1ll as sume full time gukknce counselling duties SCIENCE CLUB HEARS SUGLLSTIONS The Senior Science Club met Feb ll. For roll call the members were to suggest a long term project which could be done by the Club. Some of the suz- gestions were: 1. Tbostudy the mate- rials and usage of new apparatus in he laboratory, 2, To build a re ig- 134 Congratulationa Yr Bllgh INDUSTRIAL ARTS TOUR TAKEN BY NDS STUDENTS To better acquaint industrialartsstudenta with that subject, and to give them an ine pt into teaching it, Mr, Capen and Mr, Wollen berg took ten boys to Buffalo State Teachers Cohmgeon Students Day, Oct. 26 The boys were given a guided tour around campus and through the 1ndustrh .mts section. They attended classes, heard talks from pro fessors and students, sew a film entitled eratlon unit, . To study the quer- atlon of the slide nie and the appu- cation of it to science projects. I+. To study Edison and his pertinent research. T l b il thenaagrlsonw Rgdldgbr Division next month and go through the en- gineering department. The members will be given a demonstration on a computer. Information from the Jets !Jun1or Engineer- ing Technical Society! Industrial Arts Club Pres. George Bridgeman V Pres. Roger Mittle Stadt Sec. Lee Marsland Treas William Neary Adviser Mr Wollenberg nwhat ls Industrial Artsn, andattended ex hiblts of industrial projects and machinery was rece1ved by the Sc1ence C1ub,including bins for ea L of he members Gary Allen was given a Jets book- let on Solar Power to report on for the next meeting. The club voted to give a dollar a year in honorcM'Nr. Bentley toward an annual citi- zenship award to a graduating senior. The club plans to carry amvarious actlv ities during future meetings to create new interest and increase membership. . ,,,,, , . ,, " , B . A . , , e o"1' . e 0' ' wr ' . - 1 O - - . - . . C . 1 I 0 . ' e A 5 .- xl 5 I - ,, . - V . A s 4' e l C. . . U Taking Mr.Chiavaro's . . e ' '3 1 I , '- . 4 ' , , A -. I 1 C r -V l o Q e . ' im- . . A . . a - , 2 . . - 1 9 '- . , . - - .Hg is ll . VJ- I, 0 .. - - i- , e- . - e 5 Q I in ,, .. 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V I C- t New members were re Sludenjr D07 JR HI RSD CROSS AIDS VFTS HOSPITAL AlbertNemeth,William Golden,Donna Hllby and Mrs Brandt, advisor, attended a dlnnerrreeting oftheJun1or Red Cross Chapter, Feb 8 Emmet Belknap The special project for February was a poster distzdbuticn p oiect, and ZS bingo prizes were wrapped for Buffalo Veterans Hospital this month Student members Junior Red Cross Pres Albert Nemeth V Pres Cynthia Peltz Sec DFV1d Darrell Adviser Mrs Brandt JUNIORS AND SEHICRS ENTER MATH CONTEST Twenty three students from the junior and senior classes partic ipated in the annual high school mathemadcs contest March lO The test was taken by stu dents from allover the country and the schnols were ranked according to the team scores of the top three students in the school N C S the o three were D v d Ruedrr with 8 points, o ey Allen with 15.24, 75 paints, and Roger Mittlestadt with no points New fane's team score was 132 75 points It is possible for a person to receive 150 points on the test, but one fourth of the value of any missed questionsis subtracted The contest is spon sored by The Mathemat ical Association America and' The Soci F N.A. V Pres Nancy Young Sec Marcia Ham ond Treas Martha Rhodes Adviser 1ss Benton are busy on P8lHtlUgS they hope to complete by April brary Club Pres Kathleen Class V, Dres Marilyn Graham Sec Jacqueline Polewicz Treas Tiia Rakfeldt Adviser Mrs. Porter BOGK Four' LIBRARY CLUB RECEIVES WINETEEN NEI MEMB R S celved into theldbrary Club in October Caro lyn Costello, Linda Covell, Ca1dace Folev, Vary Freer, J2ckieHal ifax, Kathleen Harry, Daniel Hasely, Lou 1 n Hoefler, Frledadughes, Mabel Hughes, Varlyn Kapela, Beth Kenehl, Barbara McCumber,Linda Muscarella , Joan Pe ttit, Melanie Pisarski, Dawn Slaught, CarolynSmhm and Carol White were selected as members Helena Weston was appointed chairman of the library bulletin board committee, and Pat Leddy was selected to take care of PA Annou cements of Actuaries. ew Dear N C S ers, As this CENTORIAN goes to press we all sadly realize that basketballsemxm at NCS is quickly drawingtoaclose Whether teacher or student, anyone interested in the game will miss the excitement of the competition between the Panthers and other teams It is time to bid farewell to pep assemblies and cheerleaders for this season The final game will mark an end for the seniors' parti cipation in high school basketball and for the senior cheerleaders These persons will be missed because of their fine sportsmanship The Panthershave had a good season and it 18 hoped they will improve in the next Everyone agreesthat our teams have fine representatives and theymay wellbe proud of their achievements We would also line to give recognition to Hewfane's coaches, Coach Duff Cvarsityl Coach Landsheft Kjunior varsity and Hr Wilcox Vfth, 8th, 9th grade teams Without their able h dmehip there could be no Panther teams So long for now, Pete Panther 135 1 ' 'Y A I syn'-K Q -4 , Q I o eg t P .4 .- U . 0 ... 1 0 V .. Q' ' . L - , Q ' I 3 I 0 s . , at . e - .- A , 1 f , ,- -- I L .,. . A ,I Q3 . . - -QF. . . . of . . l Aa . 3 1 f. ,-as I we ,Six Q ,. ' Nr 6 A 'lifisf e ,V ' A ,l , . ,K - 1 A if 0 Q Q L1 : . A - , 0' ' ' Q Q- . . s' ' , 9' ' - " . . A rr - . ' Q ' . s O ' V ,- I , . . . e D 5. - I JD . Pres Kathleen McAllister Continued from page 52. The play centers around a dilapidated house dating back to the Revolution. The house was purchased by Newton Fuller, CGerald Robisonl a.city resident with a love for country life. Fuller's wife, Annabelle, CSarah Monthonyj, is not happy in the Wrun downu house with its leaky roof, cracked walls and loose stairs, but she finally com- forts herself with the fact that it is to be their own little home hnthe country. During the course of the play a number of unfortunate incidents occur. The Fuller's teenage daughter, Madge CTerrell TaylorD, elopes with an actor, Clayton Evans CRaymond Strongb, the Fuller family, beset with many expenses, welcomes the arrival of the nrich unclen CDavid Ruetherb, only to find that he is a pauper. Mr. Prescott CGeorge Bridgemanb threatens to take over the house when the Fullers cannot make the payments. Regardless of all these problems, the play ends happily with the Fullers keeping the country home they have come to love so much. Other members of the cast included: Mr. Kimber, Roger Mittlestadt, Steve Eldridge, Gary Allen, Katie, Elsbeth Bredefeld, Mrs. Douglas, Patricia Rollingerg Rena Leslie, Marcia Hammond, Hester, Janet Clark' Raymond, Raymond Daugherty, Leggett Frazer, Robert Pollock CFridayD, Patrick Ryan CSaturdayD, Tommy Hughes, Russell Harrison, Sue Barrington, Susan Rose, Miss Wilcox, Virgina Bridgeman Continued from page 52 The villian of this old fashioned melodrama, Mortimer Frothingham Cplayed by David Ruetheri acted as a constant tormentor of the distraught girl However the brave and noble Leander Longfellow, very aptly portrayed by Gordon Aulgur, served well as her guardian and protector The remainder of the cast included Roger Mittlestadt as Jonathan Logan, Marilyn Graham as Zamah Logan, Gerald Robison as Jed Lunn, Russell Harrison as E Z Pickens, Brrbara Janas as Imogene Pickens, Elsbeth Bredefeld is Mrs Ethelinda Hewlltt, Merrilee Feltz as Alison Hewlitt, Judith Goble as Mrs Faith Hague, Sue Rose as Letty Barber, and Helle Rakfeldt as Nellie Morse Music was afforded by Virginia Bridgeman, and George idgeman acted as cue man Wr1ttentw'Paul Loomis and produced byspecial arrangement with Samuel French of New York City, Pure as the Driven Snowu was presented in N C S auditorium on November 20 and 21, 1959 The play offered an interesting contrast to former Plays presented at Newfane Several cast members made obvious errors,and it was up to the audience to decide Just how authentic they were Judith Goble read her part from a book and the spirit gum on David Ruether's mustache just d1dn't seem to hold Much credit for the play's success is due Sharon Greenwald, the fstudent director, and of course,how could a play be presented without the able direction of Mr David B Manly? Thanks to their faithful efforts,the class of '60 scored another Hdramaticn victory lnformals Wi Condxd Play Shots 136 Row l Row 2 Row 3 JUNIOR Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Absent Allen, G KOb1SOH, J Goble, G Brldgeman, S Greenwald R Harr1son Brandt D Holtz Hal1fax H Rakefeldt D Erck, E Re1d, M J Kerw1n, V Br1dgeman Cleveley, S Greene, D M1lby J Helna, Mr Sleeper Feltz L Burt S Klumpp M Hammond, M Graham, J Wh1tmeyer Century Staff SENIOR B1xler, C Costello, R Allen, D Goble R Nayman, K Class, B Bucher, Rhodes Murphy, S Sahm, J Bates, B Rh1nes, V Yousey, J PO18W1C2, S Ruetha', Shuman Dunker L Mayer, M Alen, A Covey D Knox Flagler, A Johnson wi- 137 1 Layout Judy Goble, d Beatrlce Bucher Martha Rhodes Dawn Knox Edward Brandt Isabelle Re1d Feature Sharon Greene Sharon B1xler Judy Dunker Carolyn Costello terary Donna M1lby Ralph Naymen Judy Bates V1rg1n1a Yousey Dawn Knox Century Staff Donald Holtz--Editor-in-chief Marilyn Graham--Managing Editor Art Helle Rakefeldt, Ed Terry Taylor Buslness Marc1a Hammond, Mary Jane Kerwin Susan Rose Merr1lee Feltz Iack1e Hallfax Edward Brandt Grad Joyce Yost Lou1s Mayer Sharon Cleveley Al1ce Johnson Llnda Flagler hool Photography Gerald Roblson Ed Davld Goble Rodney Allen Russell Harr1son Gary Allen S e Com hotograp Sharon Greenwald Kathleen Class George Bridgeman Margaret Alen Sports Rodney Allen V1rg1n1a Br1dgeman Donna Erck Jacquel1ne Hallfax X lflg Lynne Burt, Ed M J Kerw1n Sharon Cleveley Pat H111 Cheryl Reld Judlth Brandt Actlvlty Wnte ups VARSITY CLUB The Varslty Club had a very act1ve season th1s year They purchased the 'Pete the Pantheru UU1fOfm for our mascot th1s year, sold hot dogs at football games, sold programs at the basketball games and held a successful football awa1ted Coach Duffy N1ght and Coach Landsheft N1ght where both were presented w1th glfts The followlng members were chosen as off1cers for the '59 '60 school year Don Carnegle, pres1dent Russ Harr1son v1ce pres1dent B111 Chunco secretary D1ck Moore, treasurer and N1ck Casalrnuovo, athletlc account treasurer GIRLS EXTRAMURALS Because of poor weather COHd1t1OHS, the soccer teams played crab soccer 1U the gym Team captalns were Mary Jane Kerw1n, Marllou Powers, Beverly Ph1ll1ps and Sally Monthony There was a large basketball turnout w1th 90 glrls part1c1pat1ng Both gyms were used so that the e1ght teams could play,and speclallv tra1ned students refereed Team capta1ns were Judy Bates, Helen Body, Denna Brown Ann Covey, Donna M1lby, Mar1e Roger, Sue Rose and Nancy Young Newfane attended 1HV1tat1OH games 1U every sport and was host for one of the sports days GIRLS' ATHLETIC COUNCIL The G1rls' Athletlc Councll sold pop and candy at the football and basket ball games th1s year The proceeds went for a CARE playground package and for the annual g1rls' extramurals awards The present pO1Ut system for awards 1S three p01UtS for soccer, badm1nton, track and f1eld,and s1x po1nts for softball,volleyba1l,and basketball Blghteen po1nts are requ1red for a letter The off1cers are pres1dent,Joyce Yost, vlce pres1dent,Judy Bates,secretary, Sandy Bobz1en, treasurer, Sharon Greene 138 . E . , , Ed ' H. , Ed. - I . ,nl ,Hd. ' ' , Ed. I D a Tp' Li ' Sc . . ' . n n l S ' n u . h dance in the fall. They held annual sports night, and they sponsored the long ,,1ahl..- Row l Thels Ne1dl1nger M Lotz Jones, G Mohlar, M Cook Fe tz C L1dde11 G McGu1re L61ghTOH, R Tonn, C Searle D Row 2 G Adamson E Barrell M wagner L wr1ght M Chunco, H Sheehan VanAlstyne Cafeteria Staff custodians Miller Wrlghts Corners Row 1 J Br1ggs, W Rob1nson, Row 2 R Baker, L Yaxley, J T Wormer, R Sgager l 139 E V1ncent, R Burnett, L Swigert Dlcx, W Laskey, P Re1nbo1t, R Kre Bus Dnvers Row 1 Row 2 Herl, E Howell Lesser, S Patalano, Campbell L W1lson PHIIS1 Seeloff E Erck W1ll1ams, B Urtel, Seeloff D R61HbOlt Kramp Row 3 Absent Case H Culverwe 1 E. Howell, Owner eger, J ' ' , 4 R Ai 3 A , 3 1 1 i' Q 4 w su ' ' 1 A ' .5 I n ix ? A 'G Y . - . ' , i.,o 3 M. ' 3 R. ' ' 3 . 3 . Q . 3 A . 3 G. ' . ' . L. 1 g . ' g . ' Q . ' 5 . V ' . 3 M. ' ' . ' . : . U 1 n V -gzfvgylb 'fi V f X . W A!Z H Q L xl ME. xgx. A u L. 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