Niagara Falls High School - Niagarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1953 volume:
NIAGARA FALLS HIGH SCHOOL
Niagara Falls, New York
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KNIGHT is poised on the crest of a hill. Behind him are stretched the years
of study, of gaining confidence and experience and of making new friends--
the years of striving for maturity. This knight, now resplendent in his shining ar-
mor, was once but a lowly page, performing his menial tasks with obedience and an
eagerness to learn. We, as juniors, were once as insignificant and uneasy in our
new surroundings, yet anxious to prove our worth.
Through the able guidance of the superiors in his castle, the knight was able to
attain near perfection in his many fields of endeavor. We too, after long and some-
times difficult preparation now are better prepared, to meet life's increasing chal-
The administration of our school has guided us through these last two years
with a gentle hand and sometimes a helpful prodding.
The medieval youth, after fulfilling his duties as a page, continued on to squire-
hood with its increasing responsibilities. As seniors we also had many new obliga-
tions to meet. Realizing that soon we must enter our chosen professions or ad-
vanced training, we became more serious in thinking of the future.
In preparation for knighthood, pages and squires were vigorously trained in
body as well as mind. We have also been given this wonderful opportunity, each
student has been able to participate in a sport of his choice.
In the great halls of the castle, hours of relaxation were spent in watching
traveling performers, troubadors and bards. In our assemblies we were enter-
tained by guests as well as by those from our own wealth of talent.
Squires and pages perhaps were not so fortunate as we in having their hours of
study interspersed with many activities and the opportunity to join organizations.
These groups helped to develop latent talents, promote cooperation and have given
us the opportunity to make new friends.
The knight is poised on the crest of a hill. Before him lie the most important
years of his life. We too, are standing on the threshold of our lives. In our hearts
are thanks for those who shared with us some of their knowledge and experience.
Now it is up to us to make a success of our lives.
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CNC Miss Beatrice Ballinger, Vice-Princi-
pal of Niagara Falls High School, who,
through her constant concern and genuine in-
terest in each student of our school, has be-
come a friend to all, and who, through her un-
ceasing efforts has helped to make ours a better
school, we affectionately dedicate this 1953
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Left to right Seated Dr Charles M Brent Dr William I Small Superintendent of Schools Mrs Mary L Bialecki William L Salacuse
President Wesley L Kestcr Miss Nea Brown Secretary Left to right Standing Wilbur Connell Victor Dc Wysocki Arthur M Silberberg
James H Erwin Deputy Superintendent of Schools Frank Lang Business Manager Edward D Mahoney
OR a page to become a
squire and a squire to be
come aknight there must bea
guiding hand to lead him along
his way The lords and ladies of
the Board of Education work un
ceasingly for five years solely
for the benefit of the youth of
this kingdom Through their
provisions for more pleasant
surroundings and modern facili
ties the life in the schools of
the kingdom is more onducive
to improving the minds of all
those involved The young mod
ern page has learned to take
part in all sorts of tournaments
and extracurricular activities
Not only has the Board of Educa-
tion instituted modern courses
for young individuals such as
driving, etc. but also has in-
stilled the desire for further ed-
ucation even after the goal of
knighthood has been reached.
Its interest in producing
noblemen has placed the Board
of Education in a position of high
esteem in the eyes of all those
who have achieved knighthood
Board of Education
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To the Class of 1953:
There was a time when graduation from high
school was a fairly good preparation for life. Today,
this is no longer true. The complexities of modern
social and economic life requires not only education
beyond high school either in school or while at work,
but continuous learning throughout our lives.
Therefore, as you approach your graduation day
you should have some plan for further education.
This may be in college or in some type of employ-
ment that offers an opportunity for learning while
working. You may be sure that the rewards of such
a program will be Worthwhile.
May I extend sincere congratulations and best
William J. Small
Superintendent of Schools
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To the Class of 1953:
My congratulations on your completing your sec-
ondary school program. I hope that you are con-
sidering this just one phase of your whole program
and that other steps to follow will be completed. Ed-
ucation is a continuous program and should lead to a
better and happier life. Life is much more compli-
cated than in the era of Knighthoodg therefore it re-
quires much more from each individual. Are you
planning a successful program?
James H. Erwin
To the Class of 1953:
The fundamental hopes of Man have not changed
since the days when the Knights of old envisioned an
ever brighter future. Man has always been a pioneer,
forever going forth in search of a better world. Age
after age he has pushed forward with the belief and
hope that the future would be brighter than the past.
All his heritage has been won by daring adventure
into the unknown, and by a deep conviction of the val-
ue of things to come. In search of truth and freedom
he has endured all thingsg and to establish justice for
himself and all mankind he has bravely lived and
bravely died. With all his progress Man still looks
for a happier world where equality shall be the fruit
of brotherhood, and good will shall be the law of all
It is my fondest hope that the members of the
Class of 1953 will embrace with eager hearts the
privilege of lives dedicated to an ever better world.
As you leave your Alma Mater, the best wishes
of the Faculty go with you.
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To the Class of 1953
The old order changeth yielding place to ne '
and the age of chivalry and knightly combats is now
only a colorful page in history and legend
Yet ancient conflicts are always repeating them
selves in new forms To grapple with problems
arising from modern scientific advances, you may
have to arm yourselves with more and more know
ledge To secure the benefits of good citizenship in
your community you may have to fight social IHJUS
tice and greed Because the whole world IS presently
engaged in a great struggle between the ideologies of
democracy and of communism you may even be
called upon to rescue the oppressed in other lands.
Civilization never ceases to move forward because
the youth of each generation bring to its problems a
spirit of adventure and enthusiasm.
I hope that Niagara Falls High School has helped
to prepare you for the challenge of our times. My
best wishes to each one of you.
Dorothy Apple Frank Baggallay
Ethel L Bloommgdale
Ruth A Cook
Esther E Dahlqulst
James H Boardman
Robert L Cooley
Joseph De Fe11ce
James J Bonglorno
W1111am H Crow1e
Mark R Bedford
Pearl E Brltton
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Mlrzam A Heary
May I Lamgan
John H Edwards
James V Fablano
Anne S H erges
Charles M Long
Della A Hutson
Helen McCarney Mary E McDougall
School Nurse Physlcal Educatlon
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M. Elizabeth Mitchell
Louise B Mosher
Thyra M Rasmussen
Joseph E. Moran
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May A Gentry
Elverta I Mlller
Jeanette E Sulkey
Agnes C. 0'Br1en Norma Forcuccl
Sen1or Stenographer Stenographer
Edward V Stafford
Mary E Werner
Margaret P T1ce
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Ruth A Young
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Class of 1953
CLASS OF 1953
NA TALIE HARTENBERGER
MR. M. O'LAUGHLlN
May Knowledge Increase
Royal Blue and Yellow
CLA SS FLOWER
Seated: Natalie Hartenberger. Left to right, Standing: Armand
Cacciatore, Mr. M. O'Laugh1in, Thomas Justice, Mauro Buzzelli.
Drifting and Dreaml
Bluebird of Happiness nn t Got Txmr
Here Am I
jOAV ADAMS JAMES ADERMAN ROCCO ADRIATICO
My Happlness Hldh NOON The Continental
jOAN AGNELLO JOSEPHINE ALAIMO COSIMINF ALESSI
I m ust A Dreamer The World Is Hxne
VARY ANN ALEXANDER THOMAS ALLEN IOSEPHINF ALONG!
A n t She Sweet You Can Depend on He Somebody Love: Me
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The Nearness of You
Best Thing: xn Lxfe Are
MARTHA ANTONUCCI SHARON ARCHER
You Sweet One My Faollsh Heart
I m Sxttxng an Top of the World Lovely to Look At
MARY ANN ANGELOSANTE
My Blue Heaven
Aln t Mlsbehavxn
You Belonj to My Heart
Rambl Ang Wreck
You Wonderful You
LE ROY BEUTEL
They Dxdn t Eelxev
Comes Along a Love
ROBERT B M
Easy SY G0
WILLIAM BISHARA STANLEY HOBEK
I ll Get y Fancy Free
TALIVALDIS BOGIS SYLVIA BONANNI
It s Been Good to Know You Bggufgful Brown Eyes
You H Never Walk Alone
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MARY ALICE BOWSER
Buttons and Hors
AVIS BRACKEN HAVIS BRACKEN
It s Dream Txme Wrap Your Troubles xn Dreams
When Hy Sugar Walks
doln the Stree!
Tell Me Why
Betty Co Ed
Keepxn Out of M1 ch
RONALD BROWN IRENE BRUNER
Gee' But You're Swell Hy Darlxng
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Gal in Cal
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JOHN BUTLER MAURO BUZZELLI
I m ln Love L st ln a og My Time Is Your Time Too Marvelous for Wards
PATRICIA CABELLO ARMAAD CACCIATORE CARMELLA CACCIATORE JAVFS CADZOW
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MARGARET CALLADINE THOMAS CALLEN MILDRED CAMPBELL
Txme Good News That Old Gang of Mxne Castles of Dreams
Dreamer s Holxday
BARBARA CANTARA jomv CARELLA
S0 EHSY Of' the E795 The Gypsy ln My Soul
DOLORES CARMAN SHIRLEY CARR CONSTANCE CARRIERE
Yvv Wad! M' Love You A3313 You're So Understanding
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Be a Clown
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'Deed I Do Maybe It's Because
TERESA CENTOFANTI MARY JANE CERTO
Getting to Know You I Can Dream Can t
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PHYLLIS CHRISTIANO HELEN CICCO LOUISE CICCONE ELAINE CIHIVO
Mike Believe In the Blue of Evenxng Soon Eyes that Haunt M
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Fnxthful Forever Forget Me Not
My Heart Is a Hobo
NANCY COLANGELO MARY ANN COLOSI
I Double Dare You Smrl Right Back at the Sun If
I Grow Too Old
MARILYN COLOSIMO PATRICIA CONNOLLY
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R ALECIANN CORBIERE
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The Very Thought of You
YOLETTA D ANDREA
Them There Eye:
JOAN COYLE GLORIA CRAVER HARCIA CREAGH
When You re Smllzng Wxshxng on a Star Sweet and Lovely
JAMES CUB LLO JUDITH CULP BENNY D AMBROSIA
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PATRICK D ANNA SUZANNE DARIEN INA DAVIS
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MARY ANN DEL MONTE ,IOSEPH DE LUCA
Love You Madly jump for foe
L1 ttle Girl
DOMINIC DEL BROCCO
L1 fe Is a Song
IDLORES DE SALVO ELAINE DE VANTIER JAMES DEYRUP DON D1 BACCO
S Wonderful Homework Stop Look and Luten Music Algggrrp Plggge
JOHN DE BACCO RONNIE BARTDLOMEIS JANET DICK WILLIAM DICK
Swznglng on A Star You the Tops Beautiful Dreamer L ok for fhe Sliver L1n1 g
MARY ANNE D1 FRANCO EUGENIA DI GIOVINE IOHN DIGIROLOMO VERLA DIHOND
Let .1 Be Buddzes Dark Eyes Oh johnny One Dozen oses
ANN DISTEFANO ANNETTE DI VITO KATHRYN DOAN THERESA DODGE
Sophxstnznted Lady Hemorles of You You re Adorable Oh' You Beautzful Doll
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Lucky Day You Are My Sunshlne Patricia Wy Darling Patrzcx
Oh So Nlce
EDWARD DUMPHREY HERBERT EMSWELLER
He and My Shadow New Sun xn the Sky
FRANK EUGENI ROBERT FALCONE FRANCES FALSETTI
Be Flu' Nabody's Chagxng Ne Gxrl of My Dreams
a I Got Rhythm
Every Day Is Ladxes
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Haven t Got a Worry Personality
GAIL FINLEY GRETCHEN FLEMING
Younger than Sprzngtlme A Little Bxl Independent
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Out of thzs World Clucago
JANET FOLDEN ELLEN FORBES
Moon Glow Let A Snule Be Your Umbrella
RICHARD FORD FRANCES FRACHELLA
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Dream a Llttle Dream
JOSEPH FRESCINO FEDINA FRIONA
D n t Cry oe One Alone
SANTO FRUSCIONE JANE GABRIELE
Strxng Along When Hearts Are Young
With a Sang xn Ny Heart
JUANN GARDNER BERNARD GAREY
Satlsfled RSHECF 3 Sons
ANNA MAE GARVEY
Life Can Be Beautiful
Happy and Fr ee
JEAN GERAMN JOSEPH GERMELE
I Wanna ge Loved Life Is just a Bowl of Cherrles
HENRY GIARDINO MROTHY GILBERT
In the Mood .lust Ima
Gay Sp 1 r 1 t s
RD GODINO HENRY GONZALEZ
I m Bashful I s a Han s War d
I m In the Mood for Love
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ELEANOR GRAHAM DEYILLO GRAY DELORES GREEN
V9 Told EVGYY Llttle Star just Live for Today Down the Rxver of Dreams
Nlght and Day
DOROTHY GULLE Y GEORGE HAMPTON
Might As Well Be Sprzng Fools Rush In
NATALIE HARTENBERGER DONALD HAZLETT PAUL HENDRICK
Gentlemen Prefer Blonde: L1 fe Gets Tedxoua Button Up Your Overcoat
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All the Thin!! Y0U Af? ll See You ID My Draanl Suddenly It a Spring
Heaven Can Wax!
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You Lovely Lady
HAROLD HOLDER MARVA HOLLAND
I Dream of jeanne Stairway to the Stars
Home on the Range
You Are But a Dream
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AVA HUGHART LOUISE HUNT
ll Be Seeing You The Muni! Love
MARY ANN JACKSON
Hooray for Love
Red Sells zn the Sunset
Five Nxnutes More
Honest and Truly
I Don t Want to Set
the World on Fxre
Two Sparkling Eyes
Skater s Waltz
One of These Days
JAMES JOSEPH JR THOMAS JUSTICE
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ln My Flying Machine
Two Little Men
on a Flyxng Saucer
HAZEL JOLSON MARY ELIZABETH JONES
You Beautiful Redhead Tell W
NANCY KACZYNSKI WADAD KARAM
Touchdown U S A Nancy with the Laughing Face Slawpoke
STANLEY KARP JAMES KAZEN
'hy th, 1 go,-,,a Young Mqn W1 th a Horn
Great Day for the
MARY ELLEN KELLY
Has Anybody Here
BETTY JEAN KING
j0YCE KNOX GEORGE KOSUT
PAUL KIRBY WILLIAM KLAHS WILLIAM KNIGHT
Louxse The Good Humor Han I m Late
HARJORIE KOTARBA RICHARD KOWALSKI
Florida Georgxe Pargle Crazy over Horses Lover Man
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Don t Glve Up the Ship Take Ne Out to the Ballgame
Mxlllon Dollar Baby
In the Blue Canadxan ROCRIQS
By the L1ght
the Sxlvery Moon
MARILYN LAKE RICHARD LARABA
Could Wrxte a Book Vagabond Shoes
Heart and Soul
Breexing Along with the Breeze
STELLA LIGAMMARI CARMELLA LIPARI
CONNIE LEO BERT LEUPPIE
Stella by Starlzghf Pretty Baby
GERALD LORE MARIA LUCIANI BERNICE LUKE
Yours Slncerely You Were Never Lovelxer
TOUCICYU' F1ne and Dandy
JACOUEI-YN LYON SHERIDAN MAC FAYDEV MARY MAC IVER IOSES MACKLIN
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Sprzng Is Here
ANN MANNARINO ROGER MANNERBERG SAMUEL MANTELL CONSTANCE MANUSE
Over the Rainbow Easy Lxvxng Moody s Mood for Love Pretty Gxrl Is Lxke a Melody
WILLIAM MARCIN SUSAN MARIANO 053141-DINE MARINO
just Plzun B111 Sree! Sue jult You I ve Lost My Heart
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Flzp s Baogxe Lady of Spain Say S S Do I Worry?
BARBARA WARUCA MICHAEL UASHOIAN IERAULD MASON JOAN MASON
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ALBERT PIONESSA, IR. Louis PAONESSA
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When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Because You re You
PARNELLA IXJUGLAS PA SCHKE
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CATHERINE PREVITE MACARIO PROCOPIO
Parsdlse I Love Life
B11 Boy Salxtude
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Mary Is a Grand Old Nnme
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Roll Out the Barrel
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Whxstle Whzle You Work 1 Love You Truly
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Senior Class History
ROM their junior high homes of Gaskill-on-Hyde, South-on-Port, and North-on-
Cleve, a half thousand young pages came to our renowned castle to enter their train-
ing for the knighthood. The young pages, not knowing what to expect in the line of duty
and service were informed by the Honorable Mr. W. Jack and Miss B. Ballinger. Page
Justice was elected to the noble ranks of vice-president of the castle, an honor be-
stowed on few.
Pages Farugia, Buzzelli, D'Ambrosio and DeLuca were also raised to the high posi-
tion of leaders. By popular votes they became: president, vice-president, secretary
and treasurer, respectively.
Ten weeks of blood, toil, sweat, tears, and confusion came to an end, with our hon-
orable football team having battled for a championship tie. With the winter blizzards
howling about the cold stone ramparts, the field of competition moved to the inner court.
Sir "Doc" Parsons led his basketball team thru 7. 1 hours of combat on the dangerous
courts within the league. ,
Anno Domini 1951 the court physician, Blood-letter Mc Carney, decreed that our
class had the strongest eardrums. It was proved by actual count that only 2596 of our
class had suffered from ruptured eardrums at the close of the Chateau de-La Salle
The Pages as well as the Squires-to-be witnessed the gracing of the auditorium with
a harpsicord, sometimes called the piano.
The second year as Squires brought forth many new experiences. In the early part of
the year the members of the court provided for the enjoyment of all, a great production,
"The First Year, " directed by Sir Frank Baggalay.
This was the year another trophy was added to the trophy case of the football team.
To help raise money for the castle all of the 2nd year squires put forth all of their
efforts to selling subscriptions, in order to raise funds for the needs of the castle.
We are now approaching the threshold of Knighthood and having reviewed the fun we
have enjoyed and the work we have accomplished in our castle during the last two years,
we realize the importance of these activities in our training.
Sam Sheusi, Chairman
Seniors Class Statistics
C E, the chief mathematicians of the castle, have polled the senior squires of the court
and have brought to life the following information:
Of the 538 members of our court, 246 are boys and 292 are girls. Most of us are seven-
teen years of age, although there are three infants of fifteen and two old men in their early
thirties in our midst.
The average weight of the Lancelot is 151. 8 pounds, of the Guineveres-119 pounds. Com-
bined, our court weighs fifteen and one-half tons and is 28, 497 inches tall. Lancelot, under
his heavy armor, wears a size 19 sock and Guinevere wears a size 105.
Each girl eats 1. 48 sandwiches for lunch and each boy eats 5, 766. The latter figure is
caused by a certain athletic figure who needs 1, 000, 000 sandwiches a day to keep in shape for
football practice. In combining these figures, we discovered that the court consumed 128, 045
sandwiches a year or approximately 38, 413, 500 calories.
247 students were satisfied with the presidential election. 291 were not. Many expressed
their satisfaction that Howdy Doody had won.
When the Lancelots and Guineveres cuddle up in front of Merlin's Crystal Ball, their
thoughts most often turn to "I Love Lucy" followed by "Howdy Doody, " "Martin and Lewis, "
and "Arthur Godfrey. " When spinning discs, 172 prefer Toscanini, 20? Stan Kenton, 57?
Patti Page or Don Cornell, and 696 Red Foley.
149 members of the court wear glasses. 4696 of the girls have medium length hair, and
most of them wish it were jet black in color. This explains the wide use of peroxide and other
Our football team won the greatest number of jousts by amassing 1855 yards rushing 487
yards passing, and completing 30 out of 84 passes.
Our favorite sport is basketball, followed by football, swimming and baseball in that order.
Our favorite foods are spaghetti, turkey, steak Sz pie, with many expressing a preference for
lasagna, calamadie and pizza.
16. 031, of the court go steady. Only 8. 9? own their own car. 257 like pegged pants but
the other 281 do not. Squares.
Most of the students walk to school, with bus Ka car a close second and third. Some of our
more fortunate members arrive by dogsled, rickshaw, or stagecoach. One youth with modern
ideas travels by jet-propelled pogo stick.
And now, we drop our heavy pens and wearily make our way back to our remote tower to
rest our blank minds and bodies.
B. Sidenbergg B. Erasmus: 1. Mason: C. Carriereg P. Hendrick
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C ERLIN of K1ng Arthur s Court gazes mto h1s crystal ball and fa1ntly sees images of people
People are crowded 1n the streets and cheers of exc1tement echo throughout the town Ar
r1v1ng 1n this l1ttle town is the Maharalah of the "Mosolf Islands John Mooradian Among the
banners and streamers decoratmg the town can be not1ced a large plaque upon which IS written
Melnottevllle, founded by Rlchard Lavay Melnotte 1n the year 1980 A D '
W1th the Maharajah IS the pr1me mimster, Rlchard Kowalskx and his dancing g1rls, Frances
Vlllella Conme Manuse, Nancy Kaczynski Shirley Shap1ro a.nd the pr1me minister s favorite,
the 6XOt1C Harem da.ncer, Tom J ust1ce The Chancellor Herbert Emsweller has under his super
v1s1on the Harem which conslsts of Al1ce Wadowsk1, Jean Di Giov1ne, Kay Demmon, A1106 Myers
and Gretchen Fleming
The Maharajah IS bemg greeted by Mayor Rosenstem and IS presented the key to the c1ty by
the city s most prom1nent soc1al1te, Joanne Marino The processlon moves down the street to
Z1to Hall The Maharalah and h1s guests are led to seats of honor at the banquet table Among
the celebr1t1es not1ced are Joan WICIOSZYDSKI famous pian1st, Norrme Hoak, foot spec1al1st and
Vmcent Pellegrxno, false teeth constructor
The vo1ce of the MaharaJah IS heard dlstinctly by Merl1n and the members of the court as he
tells that h1s 1slands are owned by the m1llionaire, Ga1l Bash Walters Port the capztal of the
Islands 1ncludes Volpe Theater where at the present time Leonard Corsaro is recreatmg dances
done by the great Valent1no Every week end the theater presents a Jam session featuru1g Don
Duffy and h1s cool band, w1th Lee Arm Murphy as star VOC3.1lSt
Pr1ncess Gretchen Strough of the Islands, her ladies in waitmg Mary Ann Colos1, Patricra
Cabello Mary Carlo, and Dolores Carman are well known for their harp and z1ther band Tele
v1s1on IS very popular The ma1n statlon IS C B S QCasper, Baccelll and Strottl Some of the
popular programs are Ballet Tlme wxth Herman Falsett1 and Cossie Alessi All Star Humor
ous Garey" w1tl1 B111 B1shara, Dolores De Salvo and Donald Brown, and the famous western pro
gram, Sklp Along Falcone ' featurxng Dangerous Bob and h1s two sldekicks Saddle Royer and
Terrlble De Fazlo The most popular commercials are Fearless Perman gum Del Monte
plckled cereal Bruno chlorophyll toothpaste a.nd Porrath C1g2.I'S
When a gay evemng IS des1red, there 1S the Club Palmeri to go to where such stars as Frances
Frachella, torch smger, Maman W1lson, toe dancer and Sher1dan MacFayden, lmpersonator per
form mghtly If lt IS popular music you want to hear, the Islands are the flrst to introduce them
At Burry s Musxc Store you may buy records by any famous vocal1st or band A few of the records
most 1n, demand are by Tess Stanek, the "gone one and Rom1y Brown, this year s ' Mar1o
Good food IS plent1ful One can buy a lusc1ous Sw1ft ham at any of the grocery stores owned
by Rose Romano and Bruce Rosokoff If a person is sport s minded he may watch football at
Hendrlck Stadlum, where J olm D1g1rolomo, Benny D Ambroslo, Doug Pashke, Armand Cacc1a
tore and George Hampton always supply exclting football games Durlng the half you can buy
Wr1ght s popcorn at Kazen s concess1on
As the MaharaJah continues, he states
that the Islands are up to date 1n everythmg
They even have a b11l collect1ng agency owned
and operated by Nancy Raspa If there are
shoes to be repa1red, favorable servlce IS the
motto of Godmo s Cobbler Shoppe There,
one may even get a shoeshme from Vlctor
Rerchert or John Carella
Famous throughout the world IS Coyle Park
noted for 1tS statues At the entrance 1S a
statue of Judy Culp th1rty s1xth pres1dent
Next to It IS a statue of James Ph1ll1ps who
d1scovered the formula for p1tless peaches,
but the most prom1nent statue IS that of Dom
Bucc1rosso, the lover
The newspaper IS owned and operated by
Fred Penman Star reporters are Beth Eras
mus and Ela1ne Baxrd Wlth Wanda W111l3.H1SOn
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CLASS PROPHECY CContinued from pg. 611
in charge of the social page and Al Paonessa in charge of the marriage and obituary sections.
Headlines of the day are: Bob Melone Elected!! In a recent election, Bob, well known politician
and lawyer, defeated the beautiful Congresswoman Barbara Rovner for the office of palace piano
The bus line is owned by Dana Brown. One of these islands contains the homes of the famous
dress designers Leo Sarian, Rnmiie DiBart, and Edward Dumphrey, whose designs are known as
"the creations. " The new designs are usually introduced at Madam Longo's Dress Salon. Star
model is Therese Dodge, well known beauty. Recently the best-dressed women of the year were
selected. They were: Ann Distefano, Gerry Marino, Wanda Matyjas, Josephine Alongi and Marie
At Amato's Men's Shop, star models are: Ronny Traina, Jerry Mason and Norman Latham.
At Lore's Aqua Theater, you may meet many famous 'swimming stars such as: Bob Pugrant, Rita
Pasek, J erry Pugrant and Henrietta Potempa.
If one has talent, one may visit the Pitari Talent Studio. Many stars are members of the
studio club. Some of them are: Sharon Archer, writer of the hit song "Street of Schemes", the
tap team of Don and John Di Bacco and Wendy Wozniak, a girl violin wonder.
The Maharajah stops to consume a little Mashoian soda water and then continues his talk.
On the Islands there are many tall buildings constructed by the great builder of the time, Cloyd
Sowers and designed by Clayton Mugford. The famous Cadillac plant on Nussbaum Avenue is
owned by the Cadillac magnate, Arnold Zimmer, whose cars are tested by Jack Marnon, dare-
devil driver. 'I'here is great competition on the Islands since James Cubello opened his automobile
factory. Mauro Buzzelli is designing him a car with wings.
From the tobacco picked on the large plantations, famous cigarettes are made. The newest
of these is Fanto's "triple threat size. "
When the sun shines brightly, many of the inhabitants go to Spadorcia's Beach to relax. There
on the beach sits Jerry Stack, famous bathing suit designer, surrounded by his models, Barbara
Maruca, Norma Smith, Barbara Gordineer and Barbara Cantara. All of these models use
"Sparks" cologne manufactured by Traugott and Company.
The largest bookstore in the world is located on Targosz Street. Topping the list of best sel-
lers is "Pm Always Flippin' " by James Marsh. Another new invention is the calender designed
by Joel Farugia. The cover features the exotic and beautiful Joan Mason.
Every cent of the Islands' money is in the hands of the Kranitz Bank whose treasurer is Joe
Etopia. The radio has not entirely died since TV came into the picture. There is still one pro-
gram left-"J azz with Jane Welch. " The opera house owned by Marcia Creagh feat1u'es such re-
nowned singers as: Fred Nagle, Dorothy Zaccarella, Art Markuson, and the star vocalist Lillian
Garabedian. Supplying the music is Louis Celenzo and the exciting harp and organ player, Sarah
Wrestling is very popular among the Island people. Many matches take place at Doan Square
Garden. Some of the more famous wrestlers are: Stan Krawczyk, Richard Thomas, Bob Meo-
grossi and Harold Holder. Referees are Natalie Hartenberger and Shirley Barksdale.
A well knovm landmark on the Islands is the Savino Mansion, which is surrounded by the most
beautiful garden in the world, landscaped by Robert Cisek. The newest movies are always shown,
such as "Quo Lipari" starring Carmella, Bernard Tato and Neal Hunter. "Since You Came
Back" with Regina Krell, Mary Ferguson and Norman Forbes, and the academy award winner
"Hunt's Folly" with Louise, Anita Ziske, and Diane Molak are two more of the features. In Ford's
Library, books by the noted writers Yoletta D'Andrea, Diane Pletcher and Dorothy Molak are
As the Maharajah ends his talk, suddenly a groan is heard, something has happened!! The
Maharajah slumps down in his chair. We see Dr. Barbara Sidenberg jump up from her chair.
Nurse Dorothy Matuszewski rushes to the Doctor's assistance.
Darkness strikes and it is no longer possible for Merlin to gaze into his crystal ball. Thus
the future can no longer be revealed to us.
Tess Stanek, Chairman
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c E, the knights of Pine Portage Castle, after having survived a thirteen year crusade for
that noble cause of education, now pause briefly on the threshold of a new campaign to
bequeath our earthly belongings to the noblemen and servants of the kingdom. Being of sound
mind and discerning intellect, we deem it fitting and proper to declare and publish this as our
last will and testament.
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Article II --
Article HI --
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To King Jack, Queen Ballinger, and all the lords and ladies of the retinue, we
leave the task of reigning over Pine Portage Castle without our expert guidance.
To our class advisor, Duke O'Laughlin, we leave a gift certificate from the Palace
Laundry to have his red and grey jacket cleaned.
To the junior boys we leave a year's subscription to Esquire. A courier will
deliver the copies each month to Mr. Moran's mailbox--first come, first served.
To the junior girls we would like to leave Arnie Zimmer.
To certain deserving squires and pages we make the following bequests:
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-- We leave Joe DeLuca's "spit curli' to Sam Agnello and Guy Caterina.
Lilliam Garabedian leaves her golden voice to Don McGinis.
-- Jim Marsh would like to leave his flip to Donald Travis.
Tess Stanek leaves all her gallant knights to "Pinky" Pinkoski.
To Dot Racey we leave Bob Melone's baby-face.
Sam Sheusi leaves his back-seat technique to Vally Butera.
The senior Kappas would like to leave their picture of Marilyn Monroe to the
Jolm Di Bacco leaves the gossip column of the Chronicle to Audrey Thompson.
Those two gallant knights, "Lancelot" Kowalski and "Galahad" Melnotte leave
their chivalry and respect for woma.nhood to the "Rover Boys, " Louis Pullano
and "Turkey" Manarina.
Judy Culp leaves her size four shoes to Paul Snyder.
-- We leave John Amato's black suit and powder blue suedes to Ralph Meranto.
Gerry Marino and Norman Latham leave the privilege of holding hands when-
ever possible to any couple.
Ronny Brown leaves his turned up collar to Joanne Dorso.
-- We leave John Di Digirolomo's water-wings to Perry Domzella.
"Frankie" Del Monte wills her swaying sacroiliac to Carol Amendola.
We would like to leave Tom J ustice's henna rinse to "Red" Weber.
The senior members of the band leave a padded cell in the dimgeon to the junior
members to be used when Mr. Orynawka finally cracks up.
Fran Frachella leaves all her cheerleading energy to Joanne Linza.
To all the bruised and battered victims of Saar Porrath's humor we leave our
Wanda Matyjas' leaves advice on how to get a man to Alice Kapalowski and
Bruce Traugott leaves his track shoes to Dave Taylor. But remember Dave,
"You'll Never Get Away. "
Jean German leaves her serious outlook on life to Norma Stiles.
We, the undersigned, do declare this to be the Last Will and Testament of the class of 1953.
TESTATORS: Ioan Wieloszynski, Chairmang Sylvia Bonannig Joanne Marinog
John Mooradiang Nancy Kaczynskig Anna Mae Garvey.
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UR country, at the present time, as she always has, needs strong, brave, and educated
youths. It is the duty, as well as the privilege, of each and every one of you of the junior
class, to prepare yourself in your senior year to accept the responsibility of adulthood.
To meet these obligations, you must put trust in your classmates and teachers, and faith
in One mightier than yourself and mightier than any living person to face the problems which
you will meet.
However, these problems which are to be faced, no matter how great, can and will be con-
quered by youth - a youth that has been trained and has had the proper instruction. It takes
co-operation and understanding to live in a country with millions of people.
With these words, I present in behalf of the senior class, the mantle of seniority to your
class president, Manlio De Santis, with a sincere hope that you will take to heart the obliga-
tions which you are to meet.
T is with gratitude and thanlcfulness that I, the representative of the Junior Class of Nia-
gara Falls High School, accept this highly honored symbol of seniority, the Mantle of Red
Many of the Seniors will go on to schools of higher learning. Many of them will become
leaders in different fields of work. They will learn they will live in a world that has many
troubles. Some may falter from the burden upon their shoulders, but they will get up to try
again, until they succeed.
Next year it will be our duty as Seniors to uphold the standards of Niagara Falls High
School. In the years to follow, we also will be confronted with many problems. That is why
it is essential to get a good foundation in education.
In closing, we wish the Class of 1953, the best in everything.
Manlio De Santis
President of the Class of '54
Manlio De Samis and Thom3S Justice
Class of 195-4
C E, the Class of 1954, are about to
take our most important step a-
cross the threshold into our Senior year-
from the state of squires to knights.
Our Junior class, composed of ap-
proximately 550 students, elected early
this fall Manlio De Santis, Ken Martin,
Pat Mason and Mike Alonzo to represent
and lead us in the capacities of President,
vice-president, secretary, and treasurer,
We were capably assisted throughout
the year by Mr. Joseph Moran, the Junior
We can boast of many accomplish-
ments throughout the year. Our school
play "The First Year" in which many
juniors participated, was a great success.
The Junior Class also contributed many
fine players, who helped to bring Niagara
Falls High School atrophy for an out-
standing football season.
As seniors, we the class of 54, will
strive to make our year one of many
achievements. We will sincerely do our
utmost to uphold the high standards and
fine traditions of Niagara Falls High
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Red Cross Advisor .. . Patricia Baker 1 Il, r A I .,f i 4 'r' .
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Motto . . . . The Welfare of the People nklllrl ' IN M 'C '
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Left to right: First row: Carol Amendolag Pat Zimmerg Anna Marie Allottag Carolyn Alessig Virginia Abbog Dolores Abdullah: Iudy Ashby.
Second row: Naomi Barber: Doris Angelosanteg Carol Beling Helen Andrewsg Tom Aristg Sam Agnellog Frank Accettag Margaret Barrg Sue
Allenderg Alice Ashton: Angeline Appoloneyg Mary Ruth Cone. Third row: Pat Baker: Connie Giordanog Betty Bakg Micheal Alonsog Mark
Allinsong Edgar Abrayg Denny Barnetteg Tom Baiag Leonard Alessig Dorothy Mahoneyg Lauren Beaverg Sandra Appelgateg Carlyle Miller.
Not pictured: Francis Appoloney.
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Left to right: First row: Barbara Christy: Geraldean Ca s Barbara Chabalag joan Campbellg Ina Ciadellag Lois Marshall: Joan Cicatello
Second row: Kay Casherg Frances Cerrninareg Sarah Ja reg Larry Briggs: Louise Cicconeg Loretta Centofanlig Eleanor Marie Colangelo
Lewis Custode. Third row: Nancy Saundersg Ruth C ana 5 Rosemary Carusog Richard Conroy: Judy Brinklowg Jim Cantlang Bob Calen-
drellii Donna Carlig Anna Ciraolo. Not pictured: 9' Bongiovannig Lou Dal Portog Francis Danielsg Edward Whatling.
Left to right: First row: Eva Davisg Gail Conawayg Dorothe Sanzog Robert Dell: Mary Brock Davy. Lorraine Cirritog Joanne Currie,
Second row: Maxine Crowley: Lettie Davisg Mary Carterg Janet Daillyg Mary Lou Clarkg Rita Czaplag Richard Colettag Vicky D'
Aloisog Joan Drayerg Marlene Corsaro. Third row: Robert Dutkog Carl Fatulag Paul Donleyg Ronald Connorg John Ciavagliag Manlio
De Samisg Leonard Coughenourg James Brookerg Perry Domzellag Irene Cieslakg Larry Favorite. Not pictured: James Cliffordg Ann
Marie Colavecchia: Dorothy Daltong Dorothy Dash.
State ..... ..... N ew York
Governor ...... . . Manlio De Santis
Lieutenant Gov. . . . . . Perry Domzella
Red Cross Advisor . .... Mary Davy
Bovs' Athletic Mgr. . . . Paul Donlev
Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . .Maxine Crowley
Advisor ......... ..... M r, Moran
Motto . . . .... Higher
Left to right: Manlio De Santis,
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State ..... . . .... Oklahoma
Governor ....... ..... D iana De Felice
Lieutenant Gov. . . . . . Rose Marie De Marco
Red Cross Advisor . . ..... Ann De Miglio
Boys' Athletic Mgr. . ........ John Dryja
Girls' Athletic Mgr ..... Geraldine Di Camillo
Advisor .................. Mr. Stafford
Motto - - - - -Labor Conquers All Things
Left to right: First row: Rose Marie De Marco: Rose Marie De Sancisg Priscilla Donaldsong Shirley Dot-terg Ann De Migliog Carol Dolang Mar-
garet Doan. Second row: Josephine Damiano: Wilhelrnina Dobbs: Nancy Douglasg Sam Garag JoAnn De Notog Geraldine DiCamillog Jo-
anne Dorsog Josephine De Simoneg Frances Dobraszg Marilyn Deitchg Michelina D'Amico. Third row: Diana De Feliceg Mary Fuller: Daniel
Detkosg Guy Daddario: Helen Tankowichg Joseph Ficorillig John Dryjag Ronald Coty: Roland Crossleyg Allen Fowlerg Mary Ann Donofro
Not pictured: Clara Colvin: Margaret Dellg Ronald Drabczykg Robert Emmensg Anthony Fratello. .
Left to right: First row: Molly Duffyg Betty Pontaiereg Rose Marie Dziedzicg August Franco: Jean Englandg Elaine Feldmang Bella
Faiola, Second row: Joyce Edwardsg Shirley Dugasg Anna Marie Fioccog Mary Lou Emmensg Marie Emanueleg June Flemingg Shirley
Flayg Lorraine Doklag Adela Espina. Third row: Eleanor Faietag Verley Davis: Walter Greigp Teddy Davisg Iim Flemingg Bob Gads-
byg Richard Fayg Ted Giaquintog Ralph Gougeon. Not pictured: Robert Bechett: Irene Dunng Carol Ehlers: Celestine Garciag Sam
Gattog Iohn Lauerg Robert Reed.
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. .Celestino Garcia
. . .... Molly Duffy
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. . Joyce Edwards
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Red Cross Advisor. . . . Marg Gamboian XFN 5? K 22 " ,W
Boys' Athletic Mgr. . ...... A1Kru1 H 1 ,f ,gut
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ond row: Joanne Frankg Audrey Fercheng Norma Finitzg Janice Georgeg Mary Gourlayg Joe Laspisap.Caroxl Gameg'Frangggderg Joyce Fer
Cheng Rosemary Garveyg Jean Truesclale. Third row: Lorraine Gromosiakg Bob Dominskyg Terry Hcjckmang Harry Hooperg Darrell Eddings
Al Krulg Duane Eckerg Casimer Golankap Richard Goulahg Henry Holkag Richard Hillier. Nor pictured: John Irishg Don Haslett: Eleanor Gra
Left to right: First row: Elaine Yates: Lois Wigleg Carol Weinsteing Lucille Zodag Jean Weberg Elizabeth Wiatrg Audrey Winker.
Second row: Phyllis Youngp Dorothy Wersockg Marie Wroblewskig Sue Wrightg Sal Zabaldoq Joan Wroblewskig Yvonne Ziehm: Lot-
tie Zakg Joan Watersong Carol Zimmer. Third row: Red Weber: Curtis Wilksong Larry Wilsong Paul Zeigerg Paul Snydergwilliam
Wilson: Robert Young: Virginia Whiteg Francis White. NDI pictured: Philip Di Pasqualeg Lanny Williamsg Howard Williamsg Judith
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'Y hilly, Governor ....... . . . Paul Leiger
'9 Lieutenant Gov. ..... . . . Elizabeth Wiatr
V, . Q 1 s...,N Red Cross Advisor. . . . . .Virginia White
Wflflfrx jf Boys' Athletic Mgr. . . . Larry Wilson
,qc ,Q L L chris' Athletic Mgr. ........... Lottre Zak
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Boys' Athletic Mgr. . . ...... Terry Kryway Nl y Q 'yf' XXV
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moian. Second row: Edward Mormelg Barbara Kavanaughg Wilma Lee Jones: Tom Illstiauag Grace Himesg Dora Lee Ming: Alice Kapaloskip
John Gabriele. Third row: Robert Laboskyg Betty Ionesg Richard Kozlowski: Leo Matdirosiang Don McGinisg Joe Manarinag William Greeneg
Terry Krywayg James Logan. Not pictured: Rudolph Coleman: Ruth Hooker: Donald Jercitanog Janet Kraft: Dolores Krell.
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Red Cross Advisor . . ...... Irene Loria R
Boys' Athletic Mgr. . . ..... Steve Pasek
Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . ..... Janet Mack l
Advisor ......... . Miss Massimilian
Motto . . . By Valor and Arms J
Left to right: First row: Patricia McNally: Joanne Linzag Isabel Lounsburyg Roberta Leeg Virginia Maggsg Janet Mack: Mary Jane Malvestuto
Second row: Jim Lizziog Ralph Merantog Rena Manuccig Edna Litteng Robert Lenz: Helen Majewskig Marge Mclntoshg Denise Mclntyre
Catherine Lucheseg Ann Maclverg John Molinaro. Third row: Irene Loriag Helen Larrabeeg Don De Longg Tom Mooreg Ronnia Pennesi
James Kennedy: Robert Kosutg Eugene Piegnetg Steve Pasek: Tom Metzlerg Hycinthia Loverde. Not pictured: Daniel Piemgki,
Left to nght FIISI row Phylhs Martin Joanna Manno Mary Rose Marazzo Tom Moscau Slurley Movesiang Faith Nighg Patricia
McFadyn Second row Patncra Mason Pat G1l1 Anme Marner Betty Medahs Ray Ponzl Gabe Portog Eleanor Maneyg Margueritta
Murchlson Marlene Manano Dons Mrelke Thrrd row Carl Nalbone Ray Placrdo Lours Pullanog Teddy Chrzanowskig Gilbert
Pleronr Saar Porrath Albert Prevrte Anthony 'vianllo Joe Oswald Not plctured Ann Maynard Janice Stevens.
. . . . . Alabama
. .Anthony Marillo
. . . . Pat Mason
. . . Saar Porrath
. . Gilbert Pieroni
. Marlene Mariano
. . Miss Rasmussen
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Left to right: Anthony Marillo, Gov-
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Left to right: First row: Mary O'Donnel1: Shirley Ogden: Mary Patronski: Louis Paoue: Dorothy Micon: Lilla Paci: Shirley Meyers. Second
row: Margaret Paton: Mildred Oakey: John Robbins: Francis Ouaranta Jr.: Mary Mokhiber: Betty Jane Newman: Elaine Neumann: Joseph
Rinallog James Peters: Nettie Sykes: Barbara McGovern. Third row: Violet O'Bresly: James O'Brien: John Rutherford: Henry Rajczakg Stephen
Quaglia: Emest Rodak: Jimmy Aughtman: Dan Grahamg Chuck O'Brieng Sally Pasek. Not pictured: Connie Perricelli: Ted Romain.
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Left to right: First row: Shirley OwensgOrphia Plnkowskip Jane Rayg Pat Pelsoneg Florence Reedg Cora Printupp Rose Marie Perricelli.
S ilid row: Pat Ortnerg Bob Plumerip Jeanette Poirier: Helen Oliverg John Gravantig Jesse Sabing Ramon Llama: James Saccog John
epielliq Marilyn Quarantillog Evelyn Rainnie: lean Pulitog Carole Pike. Third row: Carmella Petroneg Ann Puisysg Carol Marie
, ,Pivpp Brian Harterg Tony Ouarantillog Frank Romag Vincent Scuterig Donald Rymcrg Walt Romanekg Teddy Buchalskig John Pick-
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,-- R. Governor ....... ..... N alter Romanek
gf I T , . i . Lieutenant Gov.. . . . . Anthony Quarantillo
Q ,X 1 lx 1 - Red Cross Advisor. . . . Elizabeth Prevost
K - 91' 14 V wil-cg-1,2 , Eoys' Athletic Mgr. . .... Frank Roma
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State ....... . . South Casrolina
Governor ..... .... K enneth Terry
Lieutenant Gov. .... . . Audrey Thompson
Red Cross Advisor . . .... Dorothy Tyran
Boys' Athletic Mgr. . . ...... Ken Terry
Girls' Athletic Mgr. . ..... Denice Van Liew
Advisor ................... Mr. Cooley
Motto . . . . . . .While I Breathe, I Hope
Left to right: First row: Susan Thomas: Carol Ureng Elvira Villanig Audrey Thompsong Betty Volpep Mabel Van Volkinburgg Shirley Walker.
Second row: Anne Verrocchig Tom Wanchiseng June Walckg Dale Wagonerg Judith Valley: Denice Van Liewg Shirley Walton: john Tolomeog
Gladys Walck. Third row: Dorothy Warnock: Virginia Veihdefferg Bernadette Walasekg Pat Tompkins: Bill Westlundg Albert Umbriacog
Don Travis: Norman Townsendg Ken Terryg Dorothy Tyrang Leon Grubka. Not pictured: June Loweryg William Thompsong Gordon Tubbe.
Left to right: First row: Mary Ann Lauzaug Shirley Gray: Carol Hassefeltg Helen Banachg Shirley Itzkowitzg Pat Iessimang Gloria
Griggs. Second row: Paul Forceg Ingeborg Geskeg Betty Humanp Monica Giglellg Beverly Hagerg Beatrice Gazegiang Loretta Gui-
dottig Ruth Riffanaughg Lillian Gilbert: Gladys Haugabookg Lois Gradin. Third row: Ellen Hayesg Bj,1L.Ey-fog Phyllis Handleyg Karol
Schrieberg Bill Kankolensldg Richard Klimeckog Benjamin I ihns: Darwin Loweg Anthony Longog Ro g Judy Hawkinson. Not
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W' N . 'i Governor ...... .... B en johns
V -f Lieutenant Gov: .... . Beverly Hager
QM , ,H J Red Cross Advisor . . . . Karol Schrieber
"'- " Boys' Athletic Mgr. . . . Darwin Lowe
Y, Auuy Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . . .Betty Human
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State ....... ....... L ouisiana
Governor ...... .... D uane Stoelting
Lieutenant Gov ..... . . Carol Ann Spinuzzi
Red Cross Advisor . . ...... Joyce Smith
Boys' Athletic Mgr. . .... Nick Tate
Girls' Athletic Mgr. .... . . .Norma Stiles
Advisor .................. Mrs. Gentry
Motto - - - - - Union, Justice and Confidence
Left to right: First row: Pat Bullmang Marie Ann Sobczykg Lou Anne Silvaggig Toni Spamenig Louise Shaghoiang Norma Stilesg Marie Trib-
bets. Second row: Camille Sulinskig Carol Talbotg Mary Jane Simpson: Carol Stremble: Barbara Sidenbergg Marlene Slonisg Judith Stephens
Charles Slack: Carol Spinuzzi. Third row: Nick Tate: Joyce Smithg Theresa Skrzypekg Duane Stoeltingg Robert Smithg Bill Tiddg 'Herb Hull
Mary Ann Stollg David Taylor. Not pictured: Gene Scrivani William Smithi-Joe Susfolkg Joan Tarapczynsldg Carl Schmidli. .
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Jacqueline Reed. Second row: Pat Scottg Katherine Rendag Luella Robbinsg Sharon Steinbrennerg Evanthia Sarkosg Edward Williams:
Angela Serpap Geraldine Shepherd. Third row: Claude Santarosag Charles Schmahlg Robert Rudleyg Sandra Shaverg Al Slipkog Sonny
Sanfilippop Tom Stirrat. Not pictured: Douglas Snyderg Mike Spendio.
' State ...... . . . Pennsylvania
Governor ....... . . Sonny Sanfilippo
in Lieutenant Gov .... . . .Patricia Scott
S A Red Cross Advisor . . . . Eva Sarkos
W' 5 Boys' Athletic Mgr. . .... A1 Slipko
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, ' - 6 Advisor ................... Mr. Layer
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Y 1 L j 3 Egrjgtnjovernorg Sonny Sanfilippo
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Left to right: Mr. E. Skimin, Advisor
Joe Baccelli, Presidentg Bob Weber,
Vice-Pres.g Ioel Farugia, Treasurer
Seated: Wanda Williamson, Secretary.
CNHE governing body of Niagara Falls High School is com-
posed of representative and one alternate from each of
the 35 homeroom states, under the able leadership of joe Bac-
celli, President, Joel Farugia, Treasurer, Wanda Williamson,
In October, the student body elected Robert Weber as vice-
president, thus completing the Council officers for the year
The first project that the Council tackled this year was the
Community Chest Campaign, winding up with a total of S103
for the school.
The TV set which was donated to the school last year was
used during the World Series, under the supervision of a Stu-
dent Council Committee.
The Student Council voted to have program sheets mimeo-
graphed for each of the football and basketball games.
The responsibility of holding dances after each of the bas-
ketball games was again a very successful project.
A very helpful committee, composed of Student Council
members, purchased and delivered apples to the football mem-
bers and then during the basketball season gave our oranges to
boost the moral of the players.
The task of repainting the boys, second floor lavatory, af-
ter it was damaged, was carried out by the Council with the
schools appropriated funds.
On the whole the Council of 1952-1953 had a very success-
ful year, thanks to the efforts and co-operation of Mr. Edward
Skimin, Faculty Advisor and Mr. William Jack Principal.
Left to right: First row: Lorraine Contig Gretchen Flemingg Marcia Creaghg Joan Warszawskig Wanda Williamsong Cossie Alessig Stephanie
Jakubowskig Diane Pletchcrg Ralph Merantog Armand Cacciatoreg Carol Spinuzzig Pat Masong Shirley Ogdeng Elizabeth Wiatr, Diana De
Feliceg Pat Pawlowski. Second row: Judy Brinklowg Michael Alonzog Sonny Sanfilippog Red Weber: Ken Terry: Louis Celenzog Celestino
Garciap Louie Pullanog Mauro Buzzelllg Robert Laboskyg Barbara Pettigrew: Josephine Alongig Fedina Frionag Beverly Hager. Third row:
Henry Gonzalez, Ken Marting Harry Hooperg Stanley Bobekg Perry Domzellag Hoe De Luca, Joel Farugiag Walt Romanekg Robert Meloneg
Henry Rajczakg Earl Bowersg Robert Calandrellig Richard Redline. Fourth row: Joan Targoszg Manlio De Santisg Paul Ziegerg Anthony
Quarantillog Robert Skowronsl-:ig Jerry Lore, Fifth row: Mr. Edmond Skiming Jim Flemingg Arnold Zimmerg Ben johns: Joe Baccellip Duane
Stoeltingp Michael Mashoianp Neal Hunter, Wilbur K. Swickg Richard Thomas.
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Left to right, Seated:
Miss 1. Wylie, As-
sistant Advisorg Mrs.
H. Donovan, Advisor:
! Frances Frachella,
Editor: Gerald Stack,
Chairman of Art Staff.
Standing: Mrs. M.
Tice, Business Ad-
visorg Mr. M. Mc-
Kaig, Art Advisor.
Not pictured: Mar-
Adwsors 81 Eduors
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HIS year the Niagarian staff has worked especially hard to portray
the different phases of kmghthood as they would apply to the modern
student Under the able supervision of Mrs H Donovan, yearbook advi-
sor, the staff has tried to make the '53 Niagarian one of Niagara Falls
High School's best books
In keeping with the theme of knighthood, the art staff has produced
scenes for the divider pages showing authentic replicas of the armor and
other impliments employed by the medieval personages. They have also
constructed a coat of arms for each junior home room using the state em-
Left to right, First
row: Beth Erasmusg
Anna Mae Garveyg Io-
anne Marinog Frances
Frachellag Tess Stan-
ekg Joan Targoszg
Second row: Barbara
Caniereg Sylvia Bon-
annig Paul Hendrick:
Marcia Creaghg Gret-
chen Flemingg Alice
Myers, Third row:
Joan Coyle: Ioan Wi-
Zimmer: Nancy Kac-
Sarkosg Myra Ford.
Left to right, First row: Jean Di Giovineg
Connie Miller: Elaine Ciminog Jean Mc Greevy:
Jean Mussarig Betty Brunog Ethel Claytong Shirley
Norton: Cossie Alessi: Carmella Cacciatore.
Second row: Constance Carriere 5 Jackie Tecchiog
Mary Ann Jackson: Verla Dimond:WadadKaramg
Diana Molakg Joyce Wishartg Pat Pawloskig
Jeanine Calandrellig Sylvia Bonannig Carmela
Lipari. 'Third row: Gloria Craven Mildred
Campbel1gFedina Friona: Joyce Affleck: Frances
Villellag Margaret Cal1adinegElaine De Vautierg
Elizabeth Bakerg Betty King: Sharon Archery
blem as a basis.
Another innovation is the use of a descriptive song title for each mem
ber of the senior class.
A picture of each special committee such as the will, prophecy, his
tory, and statistics is another new idea used this year.
Since the editorial a.nd art staffs in conjunction with the special com
mittees have worked together so faithfully to produce a better yearbook,
we sincerely hope that you will take pleasure in owning the 1953 Niagarian.
Left to right, First row: Mr. M. McKaig, ad-
visorgYo1etta D'Andreag Stanley Karp: Steve
Winkiewiczg Tom Moscatig Connie Manuseg
Lois Marshall. Second row: Joyce Smithg Leo
Mardirosiang Ronald Perag Jerry Stack: Joe De
Lucag Frank Romag Louise Martinez,
Left to right, First row: Claudia Wienertg Ro-
berta Leeg Carol Spinuzzig Janet Mack: Adela
Espinag Carol Talbotp Marsha Gratz, Loretta
Lostraccog Norma Stilesg Carole Pikcg Angela
Serpap Ann Di Migliog Marie Sobczykg Elvira
Villani. Second row: Marilyn Quarantillog
Irene Jarzabg Elaine Neumanng Sharon Stein-
brennerg Marlene Slonisg Ju.ne Walckp Marlene
Marianog Marlene Houckg Beverly Hagerp Alice
Wadowskig Rena Manuccig Janet Daillyg Pat
Pawlowski. Third row: Dave Maniagog Paul
Forceg Joe Etopiog Curtis Wilkseng Virginia
White: Jim Kennedyp Nancy Kaczynskig Carrie
Shawg Pat Tompkinsg Carol Ehlersp Paul Zeigerg
Left to right, First row: Barbara Marucag Kath-
ryn Doang Barbara Rovrierg Norma Maroong Kay
Demmong Ada Pearce. Second row: Muriel
Frittong Jackie Tecchiog Joan Adamsg Frances
Frachella: Joanne Marinog Cossie Alessig Beth
Erasmusg Marjorie Kotarbag Helen Kuriloiiitch.
Third row: Joyce Affleck: Noreen Mosolfg Nat-
alie l-lartenbergerg Connie Tubinisg Alice Myersg
Sylvia Roussig Gretchen Flemingg Marcia Creaghg
Left to right, First row: Don Browng Delores
Jagowgl-Ienrietta Potempag Fedina Frionag Lillian
Garabediang Elizabeth Schulg Joan Masong Jus-
tina Hodickg Barbara Gordineerg Janice Houserg
Mary Girardo. Second row: Paul Hendrick:
Barbara Goodwinr Dana Browngjoan Wieloszynskig
Bemice Luke: Joan Coyle: Margaret Calladineg
Wendy Wozniakg Barbara Pettigrew: Dorothy
Reiterg Jerry Perman. Third row: Richard Ko-
walski: Neal Hunter: Robert Winters: I-Ierm Fal-
settig Tom Justiceg Talivaldis Bogisg Tom Alleng
Donald Reiterg Joan Targosz.
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BOUT 429 years after
the invention of the print-
ing press, the first issue of a -Q,
school paper was put into ex-
istence at N. F. H. S. That was
way back in 1879 when the
handwritten paper was then
known as "PinaIore. "
This is 1953 and the Chron-
icle still plays a very impor-
tant part in our life at Nia-
gara Falls High School. The
school year, 52-53, gotunder-
way with a subscription cam-
paign. The first of the ten
issues came out in November
with Norma Smith and Joel ixbn,
Farugia crowned queen and .-
klng' l , , , 1-Cf! I0 right: J0hrl Di BSCCO: Mr. Robert L. Cooley, Advisorg Marjorie Kotarba.
Acting as editor-in-chief
this year is John DiBacco. ffx , X , 1
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Left to right, First row: Samuel Sheusig Dom Del Broccog Ronnie Di Bartolomeisg John Mooradiang Nancy Ann Wrightg Lee Ann Murphyg
Dolores De Salvog Beverley Freemang Marjorie Kotarbag John DiBaccog Mary Ann Colosig Nancy Raspag Betty Jean StahlgBarbara Gordineerg
Yolctta D'Andreag Jane Dawson, Anne Krizan. Second row: Barbara Dorochakg Henrietta Potempag Shirley Cooperg Marilyn Castlesg
Audrey Wilsong Judy Frommertg Marsha Gratzg Jean Di Giovineg Joan Pollardg Frances Baiog Jeanette Scalzog Frances Falsettig Marilynn
Mickielsen: Jerry Pcrmang Tony Minicucci. Third row: Robert Rosensteing John Digirolomog Norman Forbesg Janet Dickg Barbara Can-
tarag Louise Shakarjiang Josephine Savinop Maristine Jessg Constance Carriereg Louise Huntg Mary Scarpinatog Wanda Matyjasg Mary Jane
Salvatoreg Joan Gordong Anna Mae Garvey. Fourth row: John Amatog Saar Porrathg Louis Celenzog Eliseo Palonig Pat Dorosg Julia Hlavenkag
Nancy Jaquishg Elaine Bairdg Dorothy Tyrang Norma Grinneng Rich Casper: Tom Callenp Mr. Robert L. Cooley.
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Left to right, First row: John Pickwell: Robert Fadel: Robert Labosky: Verley Davis: Harold Holder: Donald Travis: Willie Shakespeare: Jesse
Sabin. Second row: Allen Fowler: Louis Pullano: Guy Daddario: Sam Sheusi: John Gravanti: John Sepielli: Ernest Rodak. Third row: Don
McGinis: John Laur: Bruce Carter: Sonny Sanfilippo: Walt Romanek: Paul Force: Ted Flynn: Jacob Allen Williams, Fourth row: Marilyn
Terryberry: Nancy Lamb: Audrey Thompson: Pat Pelsone: Jacqueline Reed: Rose Marie Dziedzic: Jackie Tecchio: Lorraine Hewitt: Shirley
Itzkowitz: Judith Hawkinson: Mary Maclver: Lillian Garabedian: Kathryn Doan: Joan Adams: Mildred Campbell: Shirley Grey:Orphia Pinkoski:
Lorraine Cirrito. -Fifth row: Marie Wroblewski: Pat Pawlowski: Marie Longo: Betty Jean Human: Verna Rizzo: Rose Mihich: Carmella Vitullo:
Helen Andrews: June'McClelland: Denice Van Lieu: Norma Stiles: Karla Meeker: Stephanie Jakubowski: Janice George: Dorothy Tyran:Mary
Ellen Scarpinato: Sara Pecorraro: Judy Frommert: Loretta Lostracco: Barbara McGovern: Margie Rocco: Frances Vilella: Joyce Smith. Sixth
row: Diana Hopkins: Evanthia Starkos: Dorothy Stockwell: Carol Game: Pat Doros: Anna Signorelli: Audrey Winker. Stairs, First row: Mari-
lyn Castles: Janet Kraft: Helene Kromer: Geraldine Shepherd: Jeanette Poirer: Shelia Mefford: Shirley Meyers: Barbara Kavanaugh:Mary Paula
Leone: Ermina Blank: Eva Davis: Nancy Saunders: Louise Hunt: Carmela Lipari: Barbara Maruca. Second row: Carol Marie Piver:Sylvia Roussi,
Marva Holland: Nancy Douglas: Carol Talbot: Shirley Cooper: Valeria Le Masters: Lee Ann Murphy: Norma Frinnen: Joan Wieloszuhski: Barbara
Goodwin: Constance Carriere.
CNHE mixed chorus is a group of about
one hundred fifty members, con-
ducted by Mr. Warren A. Scotchmer. As
C'HIS year, the A Cappella chorus
the official chorus of Niagara Falls High and Mr' Scotchmer have again dis-
Schools it is an important Part of our UCD, played ahigh standard of musical per-
music department- formance. A Cappella's engagements
5' 'J V, before various clubs and groups and at
gf NJ schools throughout the city have estab-
' 'io Lp lished it as the finest high school chorus
in the area.
Left to right, First row: Pat Pawlowski: Patricia Wood: Verna Rizzo: Judith Hawkinson: Jackie Tecchio: Barbara Maruca:
Orphia Pinkowski: Sylvia Roussi: Marva Holland: Marilyn Castles: Frances Villella. Second row: Marie Longo: Dorothy
Reiter: Janice George: Mary Ellen Scarpinato: Eleanor Graham: Carmela Lipari: Constance Carriere: Barbara Goodwin'
Norma Grinnen: Joyce Smith. Third row: Rose Mihich: Dorothy Tyran: Diana Hopkins: Evanthia Sarkos: Mildred Camp-
bell: Joan Wieloszynski: Lillian Garabedian: Norma Stiles: Shirley Meyers. Fourth row: John Pickwell: Robert Labosky:
Louie Pullano: Don Travis: Terry Kryway: Herb Ernsweller: Paul Force: Sam Sheusi. Fifth row: Sonny Sanfilippo: Rob-
ert Fadel: Bruce Carter: Walt Romanek: Jesse Sabin: Bernie Tato: Emest Rodak. Sixth row: Allen Fowler: Verley Davis:
Willie Shakespeare: Donald McGinnis: John Laur: Harold Holder: Jotm Gravanti.
Left to right, First row: Joan Wieloszynski: Marva Holland: Ernest Rodak: Robert Skowronski: Judith l-Iawkinson.
Second row: Terry Kryway: Dorothy Ann Gilbert: Pat Doris: Elizabeth Prevost: Dan Brown: Lillian Gilbert: Gilbert
Pieroni: Paul Zeiger: Joel Farugia: Don Presutti. Third row: Joan Adams: Mary Gourlay: Don Di Bacco: Don
Duffy: Lee Ann Murphy: Sarah Jane Clare: Vincent Pellegrino: Loe G. Orynawka, Director: Celestine Garcia:
XPERIENCE and an appreciation of good music are gained by members
, of the orchestra. Under the leadership of Mr. Orynawka, it performs at
school plays, on the radio, and at the annual spring concert bringing much
credit to our school.
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CHE band, directed by Mr. Leo Orynawka, plays the opening and closing exercises at all
school assemblies and has had many concerts and engagements outside the school. With
the help of junior high members, the football band appeared at all home games.
Donald Travis: Paul Zeiger: Lillian Gilbert: Dorothy Gilbert: Ernest Rodak: James Kennedy: Vally Butera:
James Deyrup: Duane Stoelting: Sally Clare: Lee Ann Murphy: Margie Rocca: Alice Kapaloski: Jerry Perman:
Ralph Meranto: Dick Hillier: Earl Bowers: Norman Forbes: Louis Custode: Joan wieloszynski: Sonny San-
filippo: Jim Logan: Louis Pullano: Betty Bak: Ken Schemmer: David Taylor: Sam Scalafani: Ron Pera: Joe B dy
Manarina: Dale Waggener: Robert Beam:James Kazen: Don Presutt.i:Joel Farugia: Gilbert Pieroni: Don Brown:
Bob Skowronski: Robert Reed.
Left to right, First row: Paul Zaidelg Edgar Abrayg Lorrie Zak:
Dolores Battagliag Air. W. Crowie, Advisor. Second row:
Marie Wroblewskig Joan Wroblcwskig Stanley Karp, Allen Fow-
ler: Carol Game, Carol Zimmerg Sally Pasekg Carol Piver.
NLIKE the knights of old, we in the
i Niagara Falls High School are fortun-
ate in having a capable group of 13 students
who make up our projection staff. Mr. Wil-
liam Crowie is the advisor of this group
which was established in 1938 and has done
a splendid job of serving the school ever
since. Their main task is to take care of
and run the sound system and the movie pro-
jectors throughout the school year. Their
equipment consists of two 16 millimeter
sound movie projectors, three slide and
strip film projectors, two microphones,
one 3 speed record player and three screens.
As this group is a great asset to our school,
we hope that it will continue to serve us for
f i HE great job of creating and moving scenery, lighting, operating the curtains, and managing
4 sound effects are some of the responsibilities of the stage crew.
Along with their advisor, Mr. Frank Baggallay, the boys put in many hours. The knowledge
gained by these boys is very profitable.
The work done behind the scenes was very difficult, but was greatly appreciated by everyone.
Left to right, First row: Richard Colletta, stage manager: James Smithg Jim Kazeng
Fred Nagleg Don Presuttig Paul Kirby: Allen Fowler. Second row: M.r. Frank Baggalay ,
Advisor: Sam Sclafariip William Klahsg James Phillips, Sheridan MacFaydeng Ron Di
Bartolomeisg Leonard Corsarog Louis Celenzo.
School Store if fe f
Seated: Miss V. Donohue, Advisor. Left to
right: Jean Mortimer: Julia Hlavenkag Fedina
Friona: Pat Scott: Joel Farugiag Lee Ann Murphy:
Mildred Campbell: Rose Morreale: Carmella
RIGINATED by our former
vice-principal, Miss Emma
Hulen, our school store has been
aconstant source of income to
our school. Miss Virginia Dono-
hue, the present supervisor in
conjunction with the student
helpers, has efficiently run this
establishment for the past eight
As treasurer of the student council, Joel Farugia is responsible for the funds derived from
An interesting and popular addition to the supplies this year was the "be-bop" pencil in phos-
phorescent colors. Another variety was the gray pencil indicating our basketball schedule.
In addition to pictured personnel of our school store, Barbara Dorochak is also one of the
N the Pallet and Brush Club, the castles' artists and Qi -
would-be artists can experiment with their own crea- A g L -. jf -. A
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able. Activities to increase the members' appreciation of 2 - ' A J A-'
art include trips to the Albright Art Gallery and slide re- g ' 7 .. -- U
productions of paintings. rx ' " "
The after-school meetings on Wednesdays are presided wt
over by Marcia Creagh, President. Other officers are:
Roberta Lee, vice-president, Phyllis Handley, secretaryg
Elaine Neumann, treasurer. Mr. Murray McKaig is the I I
-wg-,J Left to right,
if Lois Marshall
Dolores De Salvo
N1 Jean Di Giovine
Mr. M. McKaig,
Left to right, Seated: Joan Targoszg Miss
Norma Forcucci. Standing: Elizabeth
Wiatr: Nancy Lamb: Louise Hunt: lane
Kurekg Mary Fergusong Loretta Lostraccog
IAGARA Falls High Schoo1's office is very important in the functioning of the school. Mrs.
Agnes O'Brien and Miss Norma Forcucci are the supervisors and under them the duties of
the office are performed.
Some of Miss Forcucci's work is to check absentees, weekly, monthly and annual attendance
reports and she also operates the switchboard. Mrs. O'Brien fills out student transcripts for
colleges, records marks on permanent record cards and checks diplomas.
Under the supervision of Miss Simmons a group of girls pick up the attendance cards each
morning and collect the blue sheets eighth period. Some of the typing of attendance lists for ab-
sentees is also done by these girls.
With our well organized office staff, duties are performed efficiently and promptly.
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HE Guidance Office under the direction of Miss Mary Werner and Dr. Herbert B. Heimerle
is the helping hand of Niagara Falls High School. Every year each student is given a per-
sonal interview to help plan his vacation and to check his credits for graduation. Here in this of-
fice a student is helped to obtain working papers, in taking interest, intelligence and achievement
tests, in receiving information about scholarships and in choosing suitable vacations and college.
Here in this surrounding of friendliness a student may bring his problems about schoolwork or
Left to right, Seated: Miss M. Werner, and
Doctor H, Heimerle, Counselorsg Karla
Meeker. Left to right, Standing: Marilyn
Terryberry: Beth Erasmus: Mildred Campbellg
Gail Finleyglean Di Giovineg Dorothe Sanzo.
Left to right, First row: Helen Krupag Joanne Marino: Gretchen Fleming. Second row: Marcia Creaghg
Ioyce Affleckg Helen Kurilovitchg Sylvia Roussig Miss Helen Mc Carney, School Nurseg Connie Tubinisg
Joan Coyle: Wendy Wozniakg Barbara Pettigrewg Barbara Braasg Justina l-lodickg Barbara Kavanaugh.
INCE 1943 the local chapter of the National Honor Society has sponsored the school clinic.
Directed by Miss Helen McCarney, Nurse-teacher, a staff of about fifteen girls treat mi-
nor injuries, administer first aid, and perform other medical duties not requiring specialized
The girls work in the clinic, one each period, and Miss McCarney is here every day for at
least half of the school time.
Left to right, First row: Mary Carlo: Nancy Raspa: Barbara Josephg Barbara Boyceg Shirly Grayg Connie Miller: Anne Mae Garveyg Ioan
Gordong Lillian Mezhirg Carol Brandon. Second row: Lily Bowmang Betty Humang Katherine Guering Gretchen Stroughg Audrey Winkerg
Christine Kubarskig Ethel Clayton: Elizabeth Prevostg Lillian Gilbert: Helen Kramerg Barbara Corbierreg Naomi Barberg Joan Adamsp Joyce
Affleckg Shirley Cooperg Lee Ann Murphy: Jane Dawsonp Barbara Gordineer. Fourth row: Miss Massimilian, advisor, Barbara Brass: Ioan
Targoszg Ioan Wroblewskig Joan Coyleg Alice Ashtong Betty King.
CN' OR many years our efficient usher squad has
d served Niagara Falls High School at such functions
S as school plays, concerts, variety shows, and gradua-
The girls have contin-
ued their work this year
, under the supervision of
Miss L. Massimilian.
6 5 Ioan Targosz heads the
group as captain.
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Left to rlght Donald Mc Guns Patncla Baker Tom Sllvey Edgar Arbray John Laur Eleanor Graham
at 3 Joan Brrerly Paul Hendnck Judy Brmklow
F such lngredients as a well wrltten play a hard workmg and talented cast and an able dl
rector are mlxed together, a product1on, 11ke The Flrst Year ' lS the result Th1s spar
kl1ng comedy was produced November 20 and 21 1n the Hlgh School Audltorlum under the dlrectlon
of Frank Baggallay
The Fmrst Year ' deals w1th the d1ff1cult1es encountered 1n the fxrst months of marrled hf
Shy and unromantlc Tommy Tucker was surprlsed to fmd hlmself marrled to the beaut1fu1 and
popu1ar,Grace Llvlngston desprte the more obvlous attractlon of hrs rlval D1ck Lormg Tommy
IS thwarted m h1s attempt to sell some property to a ra1lroad for a cons1derable sum by D1ck
Lormg Tommy s resentment of th1s leads to a quarrel wlth Grace and she leaves h1m How
ever, 1n the fmal act all problems have a way of working out and Tommy and Grace are reumted
Leadmg the fme cast were Paul Hendrlck as Tommy and Joan Br1er1y as Grace Tom Sllvey
completed the romant1c tr1a.ng1e as D1ck Lormg Others IH the outstandmg cast were Mrs
Llvlngston, Eleanor Graham, Mr Llvmgston Edgar Abray Dr Anderson John Laur Mr Bar
stow, Donald McGinisg Mrs Barstow, Patricia Baker' and Hattie, Judy Brinklow
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N March 25 and March 27, an enthusiastic audience welcomed the spring play, "Harvey",
the 1935 Pulitzer Prize play, written by Mary Chase.
"Harvey" tells the story of a kindly, likeable man, Elwood P. Dowd and his friend, who
happens to be an invisible 6'5" white rabbit named Harvey. This white rabbit makes it diffi-
cult for Elwood's sister, Veta, and his niece, Myrtle Mae, to advance themselves socially, so
they determine to have Elwood placed in a sanatorium. Their efforts to have Elwood committed
at Chumley's Rest and cured of this white rabbit made for a bright, fast moving comedy that
was enjoyed by all.
Leading the cast as Elwood P. Dowd was Paul Hendrick. Veta was alternately played by
Eleanor Graham and Pat Baker and .T oan Brierly was Myrtle Mae. Others in the cast were:
Dr. Chumley, Tom Silveyg Dr. Sanderson, Fred Nagle, Wilson, Donald McGinnis, Kelly, Judy
Brinklowg Judge Omar Gaffney, Edgar Abray, Mrs. Chumley, Claudia Weinertg Mrs. Chauvenet,
Marilyn Deitchg and E. J. Lofgren, Richard Coletta.
This play was under the direction of Mr. Frank Baggallay.
Left to right, Seated: Paul Hendrick: Joan Brierlyg Patricia Baker: Marilyn
Deitch. Standing: Richard McGinnis: Fred Nagle, Edgar Abrayg Richard Col- I. 1 I M 3
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letrag Claudia Wienertg Tom Silveyg Judy Brinklow.
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Left to right: Tom Callen, Treasurer: Barbara
Maruca, Presidentg Barbara McGovern, Secretaryg
Barbara Joseph, Vice-Presidentg Miss F. Morse,
unior Red Cross
CN' HE American Junior Red Cross is com-
posed of a representative and an alternate
from each homeroom. Meetings are held by-
weekly under the advisorship of Miss Florence
Morse. Barbara Maruca is president of the or-
ganization, automatically assuming this posi-
tion after being last year's vice-president. The
other officers are Barbara Joseph, vice-presi-
dent, Barbara McGovern, secretary, and Tom
Each year, the organization carries on
many activities. In the fall, colored party hats
and ca.ndy were sent to the Veteran's Hospital
in Buffalo. In January, five hundred cookies
were sent to the same hospital. The Junior Red
Cross also made up a chest to be sent to a for-
eign country. With this, they sent an album of
pictures and drawings of our school and city
similar to one received from Germany last
year. The American Junior Red Cross held its
annual enrollment in December and Miss Mar-
uca reported that the student cooperation was
Left to right, First row: Barbara Marucag Miss F. Morse. Second row: Margie Gamboiang Shirley Movesiang Molly Duffy: Ann De Migliog
Norma Maroong Jean Di Giovine: Mary Bongiovannig Beth Erasmusg Barbara Joseph: Barbara Chabalag Eva Davis. Third row: Evanthia Sarkosg
Elizabeth Schu1:Jean Nuss-
baum: Elizabeth Prevostg
Barbara McGoverng Mary
1 Paula Leoneg Pat Bakerg
. V2 Natalie l-Iartenbergerg
G u , L Joyce Wishartg Carmela
A V I' 1 - if Liparig Jackie Tecchio.
- Fourth row: Tom Calleng
' Saar Porrathg Clayton
5 . i U Thompson: Jim Barrg Joan
L y - 'Q Targoszg Virginia Whiteg
Dorothy Molak: Ronnie Di
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rang Joyce Srnith.
C UCH knowledge and enjoyment can be de-
rived from books, whether they be beauti-
fully bound modern volumes or hand written
sheets of parchment as in medieval times.
Therefore, we, the students of N. F. H. S.
are proud of the many books found in our li-
brary. In the quiet, peaceful atmosphere, a
wealth of information can be absorbed from the
numerous encyclopedias, novels, histories, bio-
graphies and books of poetry. Facts about all
high school subjects can be found on the shelves
of our library to help us with our academic
work. In our moments of leisure, we can en-
joy reading about the adventures of various
characters in the fiction books.
Always eager to lend a helping hand to the students, is Miss Della Hutson, and her as-
sistants Miss Rasmussen and Miss Mitchell. This year, thirty-four girls volunteered to
help with the many tasks in the library. We are truly fortunate to have easy access to this
library and to be able to make it such a great part of our life at N.F.H.S.
Miss D. Hutson.
Left to right, First row: Carol Weinstein: Sally Clareg Bar-
bara Boyceg Beverly Schmidlig Elaine Madayg Ruth Rieffa-
naugh. Second row: Josephine Jasekp Carol Game, Dorothy
Banksg Phyllis Handleyg Elaine Newrnann: Virginia Veidhcffer:
Judy Valleyg Mary Jessg Barbara Kavanaughg Lillian Gilbert,
Elizabeth Nassoiy. Third row: Pat Dorosg Evelyn Rainnieg
Judy Frommertg Martha Gratzg Mary Rose Marazzog Robert
Lee: Marian Shumwayg Joyce Wishart: Betty Jean Stahl.
Left to right: Miss E. Mitchellg Miss T. Rasmusscng
Left to right, First row: Karla lvieekerg Harold
Holder: Bill Bisharag Mary Jane Certo, Patricia
Woodg Ronald Browng Clay Thompsong Mary
Bongiovanni. Second row: Barbara Wycoffg
Pearl Brown: Lillian Garabedian: Eleanor Gra-
mond: Bernice Bryant: Augusta Alsabrookg Hilda
Bryant. Third row: Herbert Timberlake:
Rocky Adriaticog Bill Knightg Tom Sitekg Joe
Etopio: Marvin Kranitzg Jerry Leiferg Donald
Terryberryp Charles Bennettg Mr. James Fabi-
ACH year the public speaking classes of Mr. James V. Fabiano, under his guidance, de-
T 1 velop a club composed of all the class members. The name, Loquator's Club, means
"Speaker's Club." The aim of the group is to provide more speaking opportunities than those
offered in the regular classes. Fall term officers were as follows: Ronald Brown, president
and club correspondent, William Bishara, vice-president, Patricia Wood, secretary, Mary Jane
Certo, treasurerg Harold Holder, sergeant-at-arms, and Clayton Thompson, parliamentarian.
The club meets during each Friday class period and programs are conducted each week
under the voluntary chairmanship of individual pupils. The entire class shares in presenting
panel discussions, extemporaneous speaking contests, and other enjoyable and beneficial ora-
The Loquators' Club provides an excellent experience for all its active members by ac-
quainting them with correct oratorical practice and supplying fine opportunities for self-ex-
Cs' HE Science Club, instituted for the purpose of providing means of science as
U applied to everyday life, again took a prominent place inour school. The club
took tours through various plants in our city, including the hydro-electric plant.
The members also played an active part in the Science Exhibit, held in April.
President Sam Sheusi presided over the weekly Thursday meetings. The other
officers were: Iohn DiBacco--vice-president, secretary-treasurer-Eleanor Van-
dgrhoff, sergeant-at-arms--Paul Snyder. Mr. Iohn Edwards proved a very capable
Although the Science Club is provided with both materials for chemical and phy-
sical experiments, the bulk of the activities take
glagelt iii the cgiemistry laboratory. The girls '
n ascina ing to make cosmetics, and the S 4 l ID
boys find a more masculine type of experiment. u
Barbara Pettigrew: Wendy Wozniakg Elizabeth Baker. Third row: Douglas Snyderg
Carol Ehlers: Nancy Kaczynskig Sam Sheusi: Paul Snyder.
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Left to right, First row: Mr. John Edwards, Advisory Patricia Tyson: Marilyn Lake'
Connie Tubinis. Second row: Frances Villellag John Mooradiang Joan Brierlyg
John Di Boccog Sylvia Roussig Barbara Cantarag Eleanor Vanderhoffp Connie Sarkosg
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Staggcred, left to right, First row: Eleanor Vanderhoffg Betty Kingg Joyce Wishartg Loretta
Ponzi, Dorothy Reiterg Ronald Trainag James Cadzowp Ronald Parnellag Jerry Stackp Rich-
ard Redlineg Alice Myers: Robert Meloneg Dolores Carmang Gretchen Strouhg Cloyd Sow-
ersg Marcia Creaghg Mr. James Bongiorno.
CN' HERE is that instinct in human nature to create beauty and to make people happy. Some
produce this effect with paints, crayons, chalks and charcoal, others achieve this by the
colorful art of words.
Writers' Workshop is that branch of English which aids students in developing their creative
abilities. By trial and error and by studying the works of other authors, these seniors, under
the capable supervision of Mr. Long, strive to increase their skill in writing poems, essays,
short stories and plays. The best of these appear in the annual publication, "Stardust, 'i for the
enjoyment of the student body.
CN' HE Niagara Falls High School Rotaro Society, public speaking club, holds regular Friday
meetings, third period in the auditorium.
For the first semester officers elected were: Robert Melone, president, Gretchen Strough,
vice-presidentg Marcia Creagh, secretary, .Terry Stack, treasurer, Cloyd Sowers, parliamen-
During the second semester, those who held office were: Robert Melone, president, Dorothy
Reiter, vice-presidentg Joyce Wishart, secretaryg Gretchen Strough, treasurer, Betty King, par-
liamentarian. Mr. James Bongiorno is advisor to the group.
Membership in this club gives each student an opportunity to participate in parliamentary
procedure which is part of the public speaking program and to take part in radio broadcasts and
class discussions on current topics. Students also are given an opportunity to enter the Ameri-
can Legion Oratorical Contest, one of the major events of the year. Robert Melone, president
of the Rotaro Society was winner of the school contest.
' 5 S , 7 Left to right, First row: Tess Stanekg Maristine Jessg Josephine
S If Frattarolig Anna Signorellig Phyllis Robackergfjossie Alessip
G S Q Joyce Derrickg Marilyn Terryberryg Beverly Anne Schmidlig
Phyllis De Fazio. Second row: Fred Penmang Mauro Buzzelli:
Don De Faziog Bernie Tatog
T, ,.l-- ,fc '... Alice Wadowskig Elizabeth
s Bakerg Janice Houseng Mar-
lene Townsend, Carmella
G G Vitullog Jackie Tecchio.
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Joe Baccellig Michael Ma-
shoiang Herman Falsettig
Jerry Loreg Dom Buccirossop
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Left to right, First row: Joanne Dorsog Pat Masong Janet Dickg Tess Stanekg Wanda Matyjas: Joan Masong Elizabeth Wiatrg
l Cossie Alessi. Second row: Stanley Bobekg Perry Domzellag Robert Winters: Cloyd Sowersg Gail Bashg Evelyn Rainnieg
Herbert Emswellerg Ronald Brown. Standing: John Mooradian: Mr. Moran, advisorg Stephen Plumeri.
UST as the Round Table banded together the different king- .
doms for harmonious relationship, so Pan Hellenic bands I I
together the Greek letter organizations of N. F. H. S.
The sororities andfraternities of Niagara Falls High School
each have two representatives in Pan Hellenic. Since its ori-
gin in 1939, the member organizations have found it an ideal way for their clubs to work together
smoothly. Under the advisorship of Mr. Moran, Pan Hellenic receives helpful suggestions from
A few weeks before pledging begins, a set of regulations pertaining to the pledge period are
drawn up. These rules are approved and observed by each Greek letter group..
This year Pan Hellenic initiated "Help Week. " Each sorority and fraternity undertook some
charitable project during that week. In sponsoring "Help Week, " Pan Hellenic strove to unify
the groups in purpose and thus bring about better understanding.
NTER-CLUB Council is an organization consisting of the officers of the five Y-teen groups.
The council supervises the pledging rules and various activities that are jointly sponsored
throughout the year. The biggest activity is the "Know Your Nation" trip that takes place during
The council is headed by the president, Jean Mussari,who is assisted by the secretary, Bar-
bara M31-nga, These Qfficers are elected at the beginning of each year and meet twice each
month. Mrs. 'W. Lynch and Mrs. F. Wattenbarger are the advisors of this group.
Left to right, First row: Barbara Marucag
Margie Rocca: Carmela Liparig Louise Huntg
Shirley Anne Shapiro: Mary Ann Donofrog
Norma Finitzg Dorothy Warnock, Dorothy
Tyrang Dorothy Molakg Nancy Kaczynskl.
Second row: Joanne Linzag Jean Mussarig
Shirley Owens: Shirley Gray: Frances Baiog
lrene Loriag Sylvia Bonannig Jerry Di Cam-
illog Marilyn Quarantillog Molly Duffy.
Third row: Mrs. Phyllis W. Lynchg Mrs.
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Julian. Chuck Colvicchiag Sam Scalafanl, Manager. Second row: Manl1oDe Sands: Bob Weberg
Herb Hull: Jerry Casperg Frank Scalettagjoe Baccelligliruce Traugottg Coach 'Mike' O'Laug,hlin.
TE baseball season of 1952 got under way with "Mike"
O'Laugh1in returning to coach the N. F. H. S. baseball team V
to a 12-2 season. The two losses were suffered at the hands of U N, 5.
our inter-city rivals Trott and LaSalle. Sparked by co-captains fl 'fl
John Anderluh and Eddie Kowalski, the Red and Gray captured Q f f
the Niagara Frontier League Championship for 1952. The team 1 2 g ,,9' '
represented the league in the sectionals facing Olean in Offerman x ' Q,
Stadium in Buffalo. Brilliant pitching by Red Weber plus Ander- X ggi
luh's tremendous home run over the left field wall provided a ,K AL,
4-2 win. '?:2fu'2 -:'iaE5Ef
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Migliazzo, Scaletta, Casper, and Joe Baccelli, who was last W '
year's League -leading batter. Some other starters may be X y f'
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5 2 Lackawanna gy!-, KQQ
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Joseph Etopiog John Digirolomog Frank Ianese. Sec-
ond row: Perry Domzellag Claude Diggs: Francis
White: Joseph De Lucag John Ciavaglia: Armand Cacciatoreg Roderick Boesking Ass't. Coach, Mr. R. Litchkag Mike De Marco: Richard Casper
Kenneth Terry: Jerry Casperg Albert Previteg Kenneth Mai-ting Charles Lee. Third row: Coach M. O'Laughlin: Charles Von Groff, manager
Sheridan MacFayden, managerg Nick Tate: Mark Allisong Manlio De Santisg Al Slipkog Earl Heimang Edward White: Gabe Porto: Iohn Carella
1952 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Sept. 19 Kenmore 19 44
" 26 N. Tonawanda 7 13
Oct. 3 Dunkirk 6 19
" 11 Lockport 7 27
" 17 Lackawanna 6 0
" 24 Tonawanda 7 25
Nov. 1 LaSalle 0 32
" 8 Trott O 31
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Section VI Basketball Champmns
HE 1952-1953 basketball season was another banner year
for Coach "Doc" Parsons.
Co-Captains Joe Baccelli and Tom Justice along with
Jerry Boudreau, Bruce Traugott, and Arnie Zimmer make
up the starting team. As the season progressed, Justice
and Baccelli fought it out for the league scoring title with
Baccelli as the winner.
In the play-offs, we defeated Lackawa.nna and Lockport
to earn a place in the sectional finals. Here, on Saturday,
March 21, in Memorial Auditorium, Niagara Falls High
School defeated Jamestown to emerge the wirmers of the
Class VI Sectionals.
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Left to right, First row:
Ken Terry: Ioe Baccellig
Tom Justice: Jerry Bou-
dreaug James Clifford,
manager. Second rowg
Arnie ZimmergAl Slipkog
Vince ScuterigBruce Trau-
gottp Jim Aderman.
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Left to right, First row: Ken Martin: Rocco Adriaticog Richard Casperg Joe De Luca: Armand Cacciatoreg Bill
Worrellg Tom Justiceg Steve Pasekg Mike Alonzog Herman Falsetti. Second row: Cordell Deasg Ben Johnsg
Richard Klimeckog Joel Farugiag Bob Barrg Mark Allinsong Tino Garciag Robert Lowe: Don McGinnis: Mike De
Marco: Benny Pasco: Perry Domzellag Earl Heimang Guy Caterinag Bruce Traugott: Frank Fantog Joe Baccellig
Harold Molly Pete Valenti: John Firth: Roy Propstg Coach "Doc" Parsons.
I I ' C ' xfwx CN HE sport most closely allied to the days of knighthood is
Q e' ,f W track. From the earliest times we have had runners,
'L xv, t discus hurlers, jumpers, etc. Our track team will open its
-"Ubin season about May 1st, A large quad, made up of many
I X 'C veterans and consistent point winners together with a group of
, ' new aspirants, turned out for practice. Among the returning
i veterans are Ken Martin, Tom Justice, Joe De Luca, Armand
X Cacciatore, Mike Alonzi, I oe Baccelli and Bruce Traugott.
A With a past record of two consecutive sectional wins, the
-' team hopes to make this their third win for the Sectional title.
Left to right, First row: Manlio De Santisg Tom Truesdaleg A1 Massottig
Nick Tate: Robert Weber. Second row: Robert O'Queeno, James Ritchlin:
Jerry Casper: Nick Babyekg Claude Diggs: Anthony Quarantillo. Third row:
Richard Godinog Ronald Ganan: Jeny Putnamg Steve Nawrockig Jim Mc-
Left to right, First row: Ralph Gougeon: Paul Donleyg Paul Irishg Carl Fatulag Lou Morrell. Second row: Henry Holkag Bill
Williansong Perry Domzellag Harold Holderg Bryce Daily. Last row: Francis Mc Kenna, Managerg John Mooradiang Saar Porrathg
Mike De Marcog MI. D. Reeser, Coach.
FTER losing eight varsity men from 1952's
championship team, the Niagara Falls High
School swimming team and its coach, Mr. David
Reeser, had little hope of a wirming season. They
dropped three meets at the beginning of the season
but came through in championship form to take third
place in the league standings.
Co-captain Henry Holka, driver, was undefeated
throughout the whole season, while the other Co-
captain Ralph Gougeon, also turned in an impressive
record. Bryce Dailly, with only one defeat, and Bill
Williamson are two freshmen who will be assets to
the team for another three years.
In post-season meets, a few of the boys took some
of the first six places in the Eastern Scholastic Meet
in Princeton, New Jersey. About ten of the team
members expect to take part in the Buffalo Athletic
Club Meet late in March.
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1 8 Tonawanda
1 5 Lockport
29 N. Tonawanda
5 Kenmor e
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1 8 Lackawanna
Left to right, First row: Gordon Tyson:
Daniel Potateg Steve Wieloszynskig Bamey
Rogersg Richard Learman. Second row
Steve Davis: Bob Armstrong: Ted Romaine
Bob Douleyg Jack Mc Ctacken. Last row
Francis Mc Kenna. Manager: Roger Wolfg
Guy Caterinag Neil Harris: Mr. D. Reeser,
Left to right, First row: Carol
Amendolag Florence Reed: Lorena
Lostraccog Joanne Linzar Juanita
Bossog Phyllis Klejdysp Lois Gradin.
Second row: JoanBrier1eyg Jerry
Di Camillo, Captain: Io Ann De
Notop Dorothy Tyrang Helene Kro-
merg Geraldine Shepherdg Alice
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Frachellag Shirley Cooperg Shirley
Shapiro: Par Pawlowski , Capraing
Jean German: Marie Longo, Co-
Captaing Dolores Carmang Joan
Wieloszynski. Second row: Muriel
Fritton: Wanda Matyjasg Norrine
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Left to right, First row: Joan Wieloszynskig Jean Mussarig Fedina Friona: Frances Frachella. Second
row: Judy Stephansg Natalie Hartenbergerg Mary Ruth Cone: Jerry Di Camillog Judy Frommert.
. 9 ACH year, early in the fall, a tennis tournament is
f held. This consists of a single's and double's tourna-
ment which arouses much enthusiasm. The winner of the
eleventh grade sing1e's tournament was Geraldine Di Cam-
. illo and Mary Ruth Cone and Judy Stephens won the double's
T tournament. In the twelfth grade, Natalie Hartenberger
won the sing1e's tournament and Joan Wielosynski and
Frances Frachella won the double's tournament.
IRLS interested in bowling have found a champion in .
Miss M. McDougall. Arrangements have been made 7
with bowling alleys throughout the city so that high school S
teams may have tournaments at low cost. This year some
of the outstanding bowlers have been Jean Nussbaum, Joan .
Drayer, and Gail Finley. Teams high in league standings B 1
were the Whipperettes, captained by Louise Hunt, and the 0
Splitettes, whose able captain was Rose Marie Caruso.
Left to right, First row: Gretchen Flemingg Louise Huntg Mary Ruth Coney Carmie Vitullog Mary Ann Alexanderg Mary Rose Marazzog Mary Ann
Lauzaug Shirley Owens. Second row: Miss M. McDougallg Jean Nussbaumg Janet Ruscittog Marie Wroblewskig Nancy Kaczynskig Elaine Neu-
mann: Carol Brandowg Phyllis Robackerg Vicky D'Aloisio.
Left to right, Second row: Marva Hollandg
Teresa Centofantig Connie Carriereg Kay
Demmon: Mildred Campbell. Front row:
Hilda Bryant, Captain.
TAGED in the gym was the girls' basket-
ball tournament. In round-robin form, the
teams played to win the greatest number of
games. Of great value in developing sports-
manship and fair play, these games will ulti-
mately result in creating fine characters. Stu-
dents not only participated but also did their
share in refereeing.
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Claudia Wienentp Dorothy Tyrang Helen
Oliver: Denice Van Liewg Evelyn Rainnie.
Second row: Jane Rayg Shirley Owens:
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Left to right, First row: Sarah Clare: Betty Jane Stahl:
Elizabeth Boynton: Myra Ford: Elaine Neumann: Janet Mack.
Second row: Marsha Gratz: Clarice Kelly: Mary Ann Stoll:
Denice Van Liew: Jerry Di Camillo: Ruth Stagg: Gretchen
Fleming: Mary Lou Clark: Miss M. McDougall. Third row:
Gretchen Strough: Audrey Thompson: Patty Bullman: Dana
Brown: Beverly Freeman: Delores De Salvo: Marlene Moore:
Gayle Nussbaum: Jean Nussbaum: Rosemary Caruso: Roberta
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Janet Kraft: Elizabeth Boynton. Left to right, Second row:
Patty Bullman: Audrey Thompson: Mary Scozzafava: Carol
Spinuzzi: Marilyn Boss: Norma Maroon: Lois Marshall:
Patricia Cabello. Third row: Joanne Marino: Shirley Shapiro:
Phyllis Robacher: Roberta Lee: Marsha Gratz: Margaret
Siciliano: Jean McGreevy: Clarice Kelly: Mary Ann Lauzau:
Frances Spadorcia. Fourth row: Judy Frommert: Tess Stanek:
Joan Drayer: Elizabeth Baker: Shirley Smith: Beverly Hager:
Dorothy Stockwell: Janice Houser: Joyce Whittle. Fifth row:
Myra Ford: Joyce Smith: Carrie Shaw: Lily Bowman: Dana
Brown: Joan Wrobel: Karol Schreiber: Connie Sarkos: Carol
Game: Mary Gourlay: Elaine Neumann: Beverly Mueller:
Left to right, First row:
Dolores Grace: Audrey
Ferchen: Judy Frommert:
Marsha Gratz: Norma
Finitz: Joanne Frank: Carol
Game: Janice George.
Second row: Carmela
Cacciatore: Jeanine Cal-
andrelli: Constance Car-
riere: Mildred Campbell:
Margaret Calladine: Hilda
Bryant: Bernice Bryant:
Marva Holland: Teresa
3 ID OHE girls' volleyball championship playoffs got
11' S 0 C 3 Q! underway in the girls' gym at the beginning of
October after school. The games were played on two
nights each week until the finals were reached. The teams were composed of girls from 11th and
12th grade homerooms in the school.
The winning senior homeroom was 103, with the following girls: Hilda Bryant, captain: Ber-
nice Bryant, Jeanine Calandrellig Margaret Calladine, Mildred Campbell, Carmela Cacciatore,
Teresa Centofanti, and Marva Holland.
The winning junior homeroom was 300, with Norma Finitz, captain: Joyce Ferchen, Marilyn
Forse, Joanne Frank, Judy Frommert, Margie Gamboian, Carol Game, Rosemary Garvey, Joyce
George, Dolores Grace, Marsha Gratz, Dorothy Racey and Jean Truesdale.
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Alexander: Joan Cimino: Betty Jean Stahl: Betty Robinson: Jean
Mussari. Second row: Fedina Friona: Joan Wieloszynski: Mary
Ferguson: Wanda Williamson: Katherine Guerin: Lee Ann Murphy:
Tess Stanek: Dorothy Banks: Elaine Baird: Charice Kelly: Audrey
Wilson: Hilda Bryant: Verla Dimond. Third row: Elizabeth Baker:
Josephine Savino: Louise Shakarjian: Marlene Moore: Dolores De
Salvo: Beverly Jean Freeman: Josephine Jasek: Denice Van Liew: Pat
Scott: Myra J. Ford: Gretchen Strough.
Left to right, First row: Betty Bruno: Karla Meeker: Barbara Maruca: '
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