Niagara Falls High School - Niagarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)

 - Class of 1956

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Kim N M .Mow QA, -- K -any With your hoils of learning Your colors we'll hold high, To The from we'Il olwczys sfond, Alvvoys, ciiwoys sfounch ond true, Alwoys, oiwoys proud of you! And your praises loud we'Il sing: We foujllee our homoge bring. uw ,E iffy Q ',ff',' f Sa. 1 W.,-JY UC, ' nf . 1 . x ,- 5 4 ."' x f. s an-si'w - , 4... .. gf-.X Hy iw 2,9 'X -, , , 'sfgq' Q, 1: 'a 61.- try' .x.r' f l? ' ' 3-I . , 1 -2' . i if , ' f Mflaafk f"'s'f "' , . t'5...L,q' , fi, in . 5' K K 1 5' -. 3 5.15 If ' Q 14" .1 . , in 33 W , fir! I: 15:1 ,5 QI 4 'P' dv if f' . Q , '-was """' .,...-of """"' Q. 1.1 'f Q io- in ,J Rig 'Q' ...na gg . Q .. W,,. i - W V """"-- --A Q. 4 V A . 3- .' ' L 1 M U :W k4,v.,f'Fg Y. K 'S ,ie Q a T 9 A-fwwfmg Q M 'www ' , .. 4' zifwfmzf M- , -H -. l .5 b 'QW' 's' v . ry ,W Nine 'rohsf Nicngoro Fells! W. 4. M- 1 ' Nine for the Red Z1ndfGggy! I M i . gf A H i . um' . , Thor success may with us stay, I fn. 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A Nl'-v LEFT to RlGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs. John Runalsg Mrs. Mary L. Bial- Dr. Williani Small, Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Peter Langhine, ecki Mr. William Salacuse, President of the Board, Mrs. Laura Mr. Frank Lang, Deputy Superintendent, Mr. Wesley Kester, Dr. Pifer, Miss Nea Brown, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr, James Erwin, Robert Brezing. Deputy Superintendent, Mr, Arthur Silberbergg Dr. Charles Brent, Board 0f Education Ever since its beginning in lB92, the Board ot Education ot this city has acted in much the same capacity as the Roman Senate of Old. The decisions made by this group, as those made by the Romans, are the basis tor the operation ot the school system. Because they have constantly met and solved the problems which have contronted them, we, the Senior Class ot 1956 extend our appreciation to the members ot the Board. Y ', I Us 'W "JE-'E A 'f , in ,I sf. 5 , f siyc Q, , we iitiigaf L Qi wus, V., , rs p :fi V Dr. William Small James Erwin Frank Long Superintendent of Schools Deputy Superintendent Deputy Superintendent in Charge ct Business Attairs 9 To THE CLASS of 1956: As did the Romans many centuries ago, we find ourselves in a posi- tion which demands world leadership. World leadership in our time can- not be achieved by hydrogen bombs and space platforms or even atoms for peace, lt requires nothing less than an urgent program to develop the most valuable natural resource we have, and the most difhcult to process -the educated man. If education demanded the most heroic sacrifices, we would be certain to succeed. We Americans can be counted upon to rise to a great occasion. we will draft our sons into the army or launch a ten- billion-dollar foreign-aid effort, but education has not been considered heroic enough to excite us to adequate action. I feel confident that the leaders of your generation will view education with the urgency it deserves. My best wishes go with you as you leave Niagara Falls High School. 'Zi V' , Principal I. Administration f , s- r . . .V "" s . iff y- A-1 Q - P.. iid. if' 'fi " tr 44 9 N 'iw -"' 7 T. had .... 5? X, , -'.-Za., ,A 7 dnb 445mg-53:-swag g'..iifiixig-5548655 -tiki: . Iummfyl '45, ysiwd, E "f'f'n,4,, l?lm.r:.'t.":a1.1.1z'::uiv:i'4!Uiigliiiiwiczgii - s- eff, T ecfff y .ritz-P Wemf mnmizxmrzerji.. df-4 X'f!..x X-1'-L! 'll .. sus Nix 'Qi 'l XQNKT --if urls Mnuvm V ...-Q:I:.LIia.L' W -'4- KQXN TO THE CLASS of 1956: Have you thought about what use you will make of your high school education? There is great need today for young people who have high ideals and good character as well as trained minds. lf a person is unscrupulous,-then the more knowledge he has, the more dangerous he may become. Or, if he is selfish and indifferent, he may,-like Nero misusing a violin,-fiddle foolishly while Rome burns tc ashes around him. The truly great men of the past were actively interested in the wel- fare of others and alert to the needs of their times. Julius Caesar's military genius might have made him only a tyrant, his courtesy and generosity toward those he conquered and his justice as a ruler made him revered by all Rome. So the educational experiences you have had in high school may be put to good use with courage, unselfishness, and a sense of respon- sibility for the future. My very best wishes to each of you for success and happiness. fjidirzfi.-CL i1jezg,4.,fi Vice-Principal YSTQ' ""'F"'5 2 'di' Norman C Anderson Business in ww if James H Boardman Health Nu. f QQ .-fav Esther E Dahlqu lst Mathematlcs fm' Dorothy Apple Busmess Wllllarn A Brady Englnsh 'YP' Joseph DI Felice Druver Education 'NRG' ?ll1:""' N., Frank Baggallay Engllsh P ar E Br: on Health Vlrglnlo Donohue Busnness 1 "Sew ll af, ms 1 Frank Bedaska Mechamcal Drawing .ludlth Centotantl r Harriett W Donovan English 'lm Mark R Bedford Science Josephine Copeland Engllsh and Spannsh John H Edwards Science E ML, 'e,., fx ' ,- , , - f i I W 1 . - ,V. - T: r f .. 'K W ft ' .v' Q. 3 i VV V ,. I V. . K I if I H W . i U lf, . ' .'. I A l I QI" S, E Q E ,Y K Q , i A g H . ' ' . e I . 'tt ' ' ' - At - ' sl 1 E 5 so Elrt , l - , 4 -' E Z ll' fl X E ilk A ' , ' , i 1 3 H? l WA my " 2' Q Q., m a g ' 6 of f ..eV,- g 2, L xx E - of ' r'-' it ' .AN ' A H E lr, ., : t7 l ,: ii , lx ll , , J. 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CLASS OF 1956 LEFT to RIGHT Mr J Moron Borboro Seely Me unto Santo Condello Russell Mor gllo 5-1 Lv-ul is an Eh 0 warmer Officers SANTO CANDELLA President RUSSELL MARIGLIA V4ce President BARBARA SEELY Secretary PHIL MERANTO Treasurer What you ore to be you ore now becoming Quld S15 Nunc Fls CLASS COLORS Red ond White CLASS FLOWER Red Rose 17 L L MC LLC 2 . . 2 A I ,Phil ll' yiw ' M ' , CLASS Mono L e rA L S S 1 A LL: -b by 'flip ENV 1. ,x. . M y GLEN AITKEN College BARBARA ANDREWS CLASS OF 1956 Secretory ROBERT ALLEN Army 'W X EDWARD AMIRIAN College ANTOINETTE ANTONU Office Work MW W-qw ROSE MARIE ANTONUCCI Bryant ond Stratton Busmess School THOMAS ASHMAN University of Buffalo ri E 55 'Q 5 ,X Ld- w JOAN ANDREWS Secretory ! '35 li -lr- 'Wu I8 'HQ' ALBERT ARTUSO Army ROBERT ARMSTRONG College PHYLLIS AUBE Work il fix ykytt ' I ,, r x -l I 1 Cl X A . 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H X N -H w5e,1'f,Cs1g- iii- if -:Lx i A .. 4 -4-is BARBARA AYERS Bowling Green State University MARY JAN E BAKER l Secretary VARTAN BALIGIAN PJJYX gp l CATHERINE BAKARICH Oftice Work 57. ,, K 2 K CP Q9 M 4 "Ali University of Buffalo at fr i 4 2 QF .94 . 55 . 513' .wr " -,J f"'W' ANITA BARBERO Office Worker JOYCE BARTOLOME BryonTSTroT1'on Business School FRANCES BARNETTE Beoutlcson CLASS 0F 1956 H-Q:-61 Navy SAM BATTAGLIA Work fi jx JUDY BENNETT , v X Qffice Work e vcnT,e,. MELVIN BATES LEO BAX B-owlung Green Store Umversny V5 .r iff' 'f MARIE BARONE Work PAT BATTAGLIA Engmeermg -mf if as DONNA BEITMAN Work RALPH BENNETT Penn Store ,ai ij "Eg I . , ' 3 uv! 'rf 4 f A . A x Q ' X 5 A .- A v i eb' ' . X , , T 'f J' wr bhr, A 1 J -5' " 4 Mft Q RX? ,f ' 'P --1-M T F, iff! ' A X J H N , -xx , f yy go V J V. wr ' ' , A Nh' lx X' hp' if T ye ' 1 Y . rl Q ' - A ,, Mx Al R E pf . A Ui, P I .fi 20 . , ,4 X - w ,Sq xg ., V Q' mf CLASS or 1956i 5? .-,.....n or f ,li ik U elf gf ,c,u-.!-4- i wjivvjy ,.V. J A- L, A , 'wmv' , 1 v TL air.. . , Am , STEPHEN BERNAT Army JOHN BIASUCCI Engineering ERNEST BEVILACQUA Marines In BARBARA BIEDERMAN if-gf, ' Work ef K, Ex im VIRGIL BLACK Air Force ROBERT BOC EK Union College A-MY-A A , is if' an, in h. AA emu , U :'i DIANE BLANK 111 X E A If ,, Q . if M Secretory a n? lc f' rf' Y' I' . ' ll"- SYLVIA BIALY Office Work N 1 . JOE BISHARA Michigan Store Coliege f. , iffgbr 'A 'ffl 'Z'-A.. JOHN BLEECHER Ncvy VIVIAN BOGDOVITZ Secretory KAREN BOLYARD Nursing ANTHONY BORGESE Niagara Umversny enum' CAROL BROTZER Offlce Worker JOHN BROWN Trade Worker CLASS OF 1956 DIANE BONANNI MARIE BONGIORNO Fredonna State Teachers College JUDY BRITTON Secretary Bufzlalo State if Teachers College 'YN 1.-1' "wr JACQUELINE BRITTON v-"-1" Work f ' x 1 ,ff -A Q mnfer B EVELYN Buffalo State Teachers College GARY BROWN Navy LOIS BRUNDAGE Fulmg Clerk 22 N JANE BRYANT Middlebury NORMA BURGESS Secretary CLASS OF19 6 .Rub v R W LOIS BUCK Buflalo State Teachers College ELAINE BUCKHOLTZ Oftlce Worker ELLEN BUTLER Bryant Stratton Business School GRACE BURLEIGH Work ROSE MARIE BYERS Work JOHN CADZOW Work '39 'wh Qup' V yd: x, 97" A ' P H- s -nm' ' ANITA CACCIATORE Work JERRY CALANDRELLI Colgate UHIVCVSIIY x WILLIAM BYRNE Niagara Umversny 'bi f, vonfner 'iw-SM ' I Qiffwo - Z+4R1Q.gf . 'UQ . 4 A. F., s0:':,A. 1 51, - 1 , A-'.":.'f. X 99: ,X Ja I ,l n'l'Jl:,13.4,at ' . 5 JCL' H Lb I IS! 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J A, , 'I' 9 . ,V 'Z I A H7935 jf , JI H -fp C A , 1, N, -U 1. 7 Q- , ' V ,A V L-,966 Mx' CLASS ANTHON Y CELESTE Wor JOSEPHINE CHIRENZA Work HENRIETTA CICERO Bryant Strctton Busmess Institute EUGENE CISZEK OF 1956 MARJORIE CHAMBERS University of Buffalo RICHARD CHMAJ Army Army cp Q 9 THOMAS C CICERO College wefiq' I' I Ulla? BEVERLY CHEW Nurslng MADELINE CICCO Mcxrrnoge 19 THOMAS .I CICERO 'Xlovy RITA CIURCZAK Donce Instructor -5 'T k 1 C ax kr- Q . . HF. gf 'li V ,-, t C w - ref V 1 C- I fi is t E ka E' ,.,: V C ati 5 if E C-E-2 of VV ' ' g , ' . at ff Z ya ll! v f 7' A ' 'J '1 J, A 2 T K --":f' ' G ' A . ' 1, ,,., I-WK", , , lg ,.., . "5 "5" 'V' C x I ,4- n Y Jtjlf Lf' 4 L Model FAYE CLONTZ Secretory CLASS O 1956 WILLIAM CLAYTON Gus Sfoflon Aflendonf ROSE MARY CONDE Secretory PATRICIA CLARK Office Work ,phi- -any--, zwbffjk .1 N JANICE CODY Work 'Q---P Wwg , 'AU JGQL X64 RTI D s Beauty School A.. fx RICHARD cooK l ,,f if Oberlm Je vcqrm, ln.. YQ THERESA CONNY Morrnoge LUCY CONTE Secretory PATRICIA CORSARO College MARIETTA COSTAS Marriage SHIRLEY COZZI Secretory GORDON CRUICKSHANK College MICHAEL CUMBO Work Ass OF 19561, 0 0 ,iff DIANE COSTELLO OTIS COWART Wnlmo Force, Ohio Bus, Ad. ROBERT CRAMER Navy Secretory I f Q II x 5355 I UP ggxifilfifofg I'IE I WI? 1 "3 ' I ,Qi ' 7 . ',7' ' Y' . I -L 1 154217 MKII.-.. , . X I F ,npyf I egg. ' f' L L 01 I x, 'L A I- V I , .Q , 1 bn -f I w, S . hx 3 -1- . I Tv' X H L' xo - 1, fmgm Q V . IX IN , , , M 9,3 1 . t I 1 ' 2 . '1 5- " ' fi A JOSEPH CRAM Novy sk-I I. WX. Ex .L iff J 34.3 R Y Gai ,'.I.,,' M fc is I I I M, 5 rf ' mana, I' is If -Q, I 'Y ALICE CRUNKILTON Secretary , IIIIX SANDRA CULOTTA Work DANIEL CURRY Navy PATRICIA CUTTING Nursing School DOROTHY DAHLGREEN Dancing Instructor 9-5 W PALMA DAN ELON lvafe Secreta ry ,V . LTA DAVIS Work CLASS OI: 1956 mf .VV .1 J ,, wwf df Q! JJ ' l to X XJ' U GAIL CZARNECKI Secretary V Q - Lf ,fjifc DOLORES D'AGosTrNo Nursing School GERALD D'AMBROSIO Marines BRYCE DAILLY Mrchngan Store Jr f ig I 5 X! in 4 an 'GMI' x BARBARA DANIELS Buffalo State Teachers College DOLORES D ANNA Bryant and Stratton CONSTANCE DAVIS Bryant and Stratton ,EIL Hit. . ' .a i 43' r . I , Q 5 A J 0 f' I I , X -Q fl,U ,V I A, V! x ,h 1 X ' Q' . IJ-I 14- f .Y D N. ff Nl , V L QM lx :- " lx 4 - l . xv ' b VXA. INA.. X NM xl' Alt X' ka M t .sg I 1- I xxx I 28 DOLPHUS DAVIS College VERONICA DAWSON Buffalo State Teachers College Ffh XJ ,-Xl' M ,v ff Pr N A . ll' vip QV ,fl Vx i D , , J X Jigs Y .O XX Fifth OF 195 3 THERESA D'AVOLlO Beauty School LAWRENCE DeMARTlNO Cornell University STEPHEN DAVIS Yale BARBARA DeMASl Art School JOHN DIDISING Engineering PAN 5. UWUJ- Jllb Q, jU ,wil-YXSARBARA DeFAZIO Secretory PRISCILLA DeVANTlER Work RONALD D'GRILLO Army 931' 'f I FRANK Diolovmf o anvil University of Buffalo "' i ' t- .-ivfigfvp ,i -. , 1 J. .1 ' 317-" 58571, , ,. ,I .4-.L . ' 5' '! 'W -16111011 Q .. M1 ag vonf'-er CLASS OF 1956 LJ PATRICIA DI GIRO Advertising ALEX DOBRASZ Alr Force EMILY EDWARDS Housewife CHRISTINE EMMENS Busines ,1' .! dv f l v'+r MARY ANN DI POFI Secretory LUCILLE DI RUSCIO Bryon! and Stratton ROBERT DUNNING Navy BARBARA DONOFRO . 1' -'X H .fl i. J, ,Abi A4 - 'eh .1 I, , . I ' ff' Q 4 y ' 9 Work 30 .3 PATRICIA EDWARDS Work PHYLLIS ELLIS Work JULIA ENNEY Work rd'-. BRUCE Y -3 Marines CAIHERINE FIERO College CLASS OF 1956 'G+ 'WV fig 'R Wagner College jj? 'K CAROL ERDMANN I Wmy -TS-v RONALD FADEL Erne County Tech :ZTI4 415919 no A ANNETTE FASO University of Buffalo X4 MYXLV 1 Y DOROTHY FABIN Bryant and Stratton ANNETTE FAIOLA Secretary College MARLENE FISCUS Marruage 'ffl X .N I X 4 ,A I 0 C g. A 5 ' KC 1 ,- I f x . I V X fa- 1 f fa y , A .. fr L. if M 9' Q Var? KVVV 1 X, t 1- f WILLIAM FARLEY f ,'2,:1 1,5-f JACQUELINE FERNANDEZ .f-. 1- fHl"", tr . Q7 ': 'Ii' 'J' ' . - ' "v,.- . ,. fyyc Q Q "' l' A ' t ' . 1 .. f , J VE , U . . A ' C -if tgeg A 1 W . Q4 I N V, 1' . , ft t Y 1 Xl 31 I 5 5 -""- Wigs! Q22 fr an js A K iff: 1 A If CHARLES FLAY Marines ANITA FORGIONE Omce Work SAM FRUSCIO Army ERNEST GAMBARO Purdue Engmeermg CLASS OF 1956 MARGARET FLUORNOY Secretory flxfx I 'S Valrnqr Q 1 di 1 I4' ,N ,K 3 QS' f Q X xi ARRL MARION FORBES Secretory CHARLES FRUSCIONE Army 'Ri' ft! .I UTA FRICKE 'ff' Umverslfy of Buffalo 9' in Y ROBERT GALL Umverslfy ofC1ncxnncTl 32 ANTHONY GALLO Purdue ROMAN GANCASZ Navy , :am or "Wu- DIANNE GANDT Won lc MARY ANN GEDDES Teacher w-nw KV' LOUISE GILLICK UHIVSYSITY of Maryland MARIE GODINO Work CLASS OF 1956 ?','Q" nf' .Q FRANK GARA Mormes 'fd' "K"""? JANET GARRECHT Platfsburg State Teachers College LINDA GIBBS Nursing LAWRENCE GEE University of Bulilalo ROBERT GISMONDI State Teachers College A x all . ., J JIIIIX MARLEN E GOATER Secretary CAROLYN GOLANKA College fn'- CLASS DANIEL GORNELL Syracuse DONNA GREENE Curborundum JEANETTE GRANT Buffalo Store Teochers 45" Colfege OF 1956 wghmbgmf? ANTHONY GRIZANTI WOIIQ Z 4 PAUL HALLEEN XX M Navy I lyf Y BEE' K o vanfer fl RICHARD GREGORSKY Navy 34 JOAN HAGER DoyIe Beauty School NANCY GRATTO Waves GWENDOLYN GRIMES Work ,.,'-f 'NJ' DORIS HALL Work GERALDINE HALTER AIbrnghI Art SchooI 'Q' ull' PATRICIA HARBATOWSKI Bryant and Stratton LINDA HARTMAN Nursing CLASS 017 1956 waz wif EVELYN HARE Airline Slewczldess GRETCHEN HASELEY Work CRAIG HAVENS Unlversoty ot Rochester SARA HEEMBROCK College .32 .,-Q RONALD HAYNES Armed Forces 9 t 'Q' 988, Q il,-gg" I 0 "1uY19:5' Kish!! 51 ,, vonf er 30 PAUL HARTENBERGEr Valparaiso U MARIE HASELEY Work -an wwf' EMILY HEATH fS Busmeis lmstl U ALICE HEIDENREICH Colleg an l A A ,F s 2 -Q hw- I F9521 It Y 35.41 ,, I LLL. . F ' if" tgirl C K M' f ,, . if 1 . ,K X "" ' 3.- ' ' - Q ' .7 Kelll' ' I 'fl , Jr A 5 iaxffkl in , PJ 1 n: rQTjf'5,TL,. I ""n. .. fin nk , ' d ' ' I . yr 5 r ' Q A "C I Vx f ag, CLASS OF 1956 EDWARD HEIDER y .I 4,44-rr Nuvy MELINDA HILL Oberlin DARRY HENNEMAN Bethany College Ministry if l l l l7lE"f"?' , ' -iw!-?L'?.1. ' JOAN HoLooY J . ' on 'cgi Work Rov HOOPER Q 'B ' , , 1 ,, Navy Q7 1 , j l, 'MQ ' xl., . 'QFIDNXQ I I b'7f. S- I Mr M , K ' I W JANET ugnsmom V Worl' " lb J s - 4, x x., K L: ,-Ex NORMA fgfopufol D ,4 JZ CAROLYN HOLT I Nursing School SIDNEY HOROWITZ College l l. 4 ""'H"r ffl CLASS OF 1956 KJMJ. EDWARD HOUT SAMUEL INCORVIA Navy Erie Tech PAUL INSKEEP THEODORE JACKSON Draftsman Niagara University LIONEL HUTKOFF University ot Rochester JOHN JACKSON IRENE JACQUISH Secretary ANTHONY JIRCITAN Work X 6 AL I an 9-my gn. 'ap 2 f Unlversrtv of Buffalo E if v pf GAIL JAMIESON , WW t Work xl 37 i T K C72 QQ 'L 7,5 , wt J ' hir I A., 'on DOROTHY JANIAK Work BRUCE JOHNSON University of Buffalo DOROTHY JOHNSON CLASS OF 1956 SANDRA JOHNSTON Bemutwciow Sdwccl VX"ork DANA JONES ANDREW JORGENSON Air Force Air Force KATHLEEN JOHNSTON - 32- C31' ed ST fe Te H 1 .. . Lk O7 is oc ers F i- ,Q , f 1,,,, U Cokge Q 1 ,4- efz vL"L:T 4, Z Jw 52,1 RQ +'x,g,',Hw."', J f, .11 f,.v-x"Y-.'.f'fv:"'x9 JACQUELINE JOSEPH Nmgqmzl lJw-.fr-ty ELEANOR JUSTIANA Buffalo S1020 TA-:vf5wws CONEQQS KATHRYN CONC .I V- J' -rg i N ' -X' 32 vonhe, f? -9' ' - x 3 24 JONES Q C LORETTA JOSEPH WOl'k RICHARD JURON Michigan Store SHARON KANE Business School JOYCE KENNEDY Work DIANE KETCH Becwtlccon CLASS OF 1956 KAREN KENNEDY Secretory -HF!! 6, HRW HI NORMAN KENNY Allvonce College ROBERT KING Novy +ve gil ! 2 E gr, fl 92? 95 JOANN KITCHEN Secretory DOROTHY KNOUSE Morrloge DAVID KING CAROL ANN KLECK Business School Navy nf Q46 CYNTHIA KLIMECKO Work I RICHARD KOCHAN Army MW MIN "5" WILLIAM KOCHAN Army ROBERT KREUTZER ur Force ,pw QQ Nm-sr FRANCIS KULBAGO Air Force .IANICE LAMBERT Ferrel School of Modeling LIL M CLASS ROSE MARIE KOPACZ Prcnctncol Nurse OF 1956 DELORES KRUL Bryon? Stratton Business gp f ix .1 1 J f " 4. vqnfer ScIwooI 40 LEONARD LABAJ Air Force BARBARA KOWALSKI Beoutlcxon School ELEANOR KUCHINSKI Work Jw SHIRLEY LQMANTIA Work NANCY LANG Nursing K RICHARD LAPE Air Force MARY LAWSON Work BRENDA LENZ Erie County Technical Institute PIERCE LONBERGER Navy CLASS OF 195 GLORIA LA POINT Erie Tech Institute WV RICHARD LEENHOUTS Rochester Institute ot , Technology "' Ms r " ,fd 1 iifll? NANCY LAUZAU Niogoro University ROGER LEENHOUTS Work NELLE Key ROSE MARIE -f Sisters of Charity Hospitoi 5 . I .- V . h A Urn" .Jiffy-. 1" - A37-T g,1".. 5 ,ye 1 N . M' V-A , .fri-L, ' 'Tiana ' I- 'PY'-'-f - "'i',. I fin A- O ,I U snr Qg vanffer I nfs. My Qs, f MAXINE LEO Work 49' CHARLENE LOUNSBURY Nurslng CLASS OF 1956 PAULA LUTZ Bryant ond Slnofton '39 GUY LUPISELLA Cortloncl JEAN MacKAY Morrloge SAM LOWE crn S ...af 'ilu PATRICIA MacKENZlE Business Sclmool RONALD MALACARNE Work , ml. fin, A- JUDY LYNCH C ll J , . ,, , JOANNE MADEJ Work il 'Win ,ww JANET MAGENTI Robert School of Holr Dressing KATHLEEN MALONEY Marriage Q' O 1956 'QM ROSALIE MAMON Bryant and Stratton Business Institute ROBERT MARDON Nlogczro University Qi WW QTY QQ 7,5 9 AJ' X gf CLASS OF 1956 rw 'P mud' THOMAS MARR 'W Umverslty of Buffalo LESSIE MARTIN Kelly s Business lnstltute BARBARA MARTIN Alloony Stote Teacher College REBECCA MARTIN Skldmore College PHYLLIS MARULLO Secretory LOUIS MCCARTY UDIVSFSIIY of Alobomo Wife Yonh 's BARBARA MASTERS College KENNETH MARTIN Alr Force BERNADETTE MARTI NO Work 'PB il -00: .IESSI E MATH EWS Work MARGIE MCCOY Tuskegee Institute f ft -'V T' " ta 1,4235 , . -I . . 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CLASS OF 1956 JAMES MILNE Cortland INEZ MISTRETTA Albright Art School JOAN MIS 'xl'-L SALLY MOLI NARO Ofhce VVork PATRICIA MOORE Marriage Alnany Slate Teachers College 1' .f X! r Vdflfl OSE MITTIGA Omce Work CAROL MOORE Nursing 46 DOROTHY MISCH Secrelary DOROTHY MOJESKA Nursing School MARY MOORE Work BRUNO MORETTI Nlagara UTIIVGVSIIY , I r J, L QQKW jx' 'lat 'xr' ' a . , R Q - ,J I9 X J' X' I fixsf A ' 'F ' 'Xiu ,P I, iff all 5 VA , ,'A .1 r1,? "r, ' - E' ' ' do I r ' Hp RONALD MORETTI Nlogou o Umvusrty VELMA MUELLER Nursmg BEVERLY MYERS Morrloge ANTHONY NICHOLAS UIWIVSVSIYY of Bullolo CLASS OF 1956 GAY MORT College RUTH MOSELY Buffalo Smte Teloclmls College ROSE MUSCARELLA Work JOANNE MYERS lvlorrloge FRANK MUNZI College 17 9 M'-t5,: D 4 og, 'iulnf-Asia? ' KUYUII ui dc vonfcr JAMES NAWROCKI Anr Force DONNA NICKERSON Buffalo Store Teachers College BEVERLY NIXON Bryant and Stratton PAULINE NOWAK State Teachers College CLASS 01" 1956 WILLIAM NOJAIM Bryant and Stratton 'wwf' crew 'dim HOWARD NOONAN Case Institute of Technology MYREL NUZUM Work AA PHYLLIS OAKEY Secvetary W CAROL O CONNOR Pre Medical I l RICHARD NOWAK Tw Work 48 ELIZABETH Secretory WK: MARION OCHAB Comptometer School NANCY OGRODOWSKI Buffalo State Teachers College Y .,,, ' Q T'-I - I: Q , "J l- 4 1 ff I 1 ' fl X131 if .I ' 'aff I I at fx" 5 I . f, I I glwiff' QQ, 'I' In f I ,Q-,t.-QI ', Ig- ' ' FT 1.234 3 ff: ' ' 3' I . 'I ll-I: - A .a,,'q ny- ,, el , , , iff m l. K ,LM ll P It WHA, mt t ei- U BARBARA OHNETH Deaconess School of Nursing JEAN O'ROURKE Instructor CLASS OF 1956 ROBERT OLEKSIAK Engineer onthe B SQ O Roilrood JOYCE OLSZEWSKI Bryant ond Strotton JOANN PAGE St. Lawrence Universit N ,Xi gl i ' ADELINE okzsrn 'X -, W' Business School l ,.1-.'-A JOE PAONESSA JIOAN PALERMO ,NWork .9ERALD P Id! N fNiogoro Un versity rstsr , i7 A x . . ,, 2Tl4 9 Work PARKER 'rg 1' V Ianf,a.r 45 i LV if W 2,5 YS A MARIE PALMER! College CLASS OF 1956 CARL PARNELLA Fr Edoma State Teachers CoIlege JANE PATRONSKI Pasadena Playhouse MARIO PASSERO 'V Buck Layer PATRICIA PATERSON Work LOIS PEMPEIT Capltol Umverswy ELVIN PEARL Nxagara Umverslty J' PENDZY - . JOAN PERRICELLI 4 Secretary . " 5' CHARLES PETERSON f -3- .is College Q, Je y,,r.'er . ' LEONARD PERMAN Unlversny of BUHOIO A red University CLIFFORD PFOHL Carpenter iw SHARON PIERCE University of Mwchlgcm NANCY PINIZOTTI University of Buffalo W DITH POLLARD Morrloge SALLY PRINDIBLE SSCFETGFIGI Work V7 CLASS OF 1956 'WY MARIAN PIETKIEWICZ Troff Nursmg JoANN POLIN Secretory SHIRLEY PIERCE Secretory gli JANET PIROLLI HEDRIA PORRATH College Business 3 IIIIX ROBERT PRICE Work QAM Juom-I PRINTUP my Mgmqge ...A ,xxx k,,, 1 A A ' 'fx 2 ? I . . , . If - - ' M3 n n f 'L f I u I. U1 Q I, f IMA u ,, O ppl, 7' 1 Mr... .IN kk J.VV 5 1' r r' , j U A ' .ff if " x V M I K I ' N F JI , .Q X I Y V,,,. ,krk J X Y 'Iii I A I A ILIEI 4 ,i I 1 I- - ff I J 4 ' 7 A 'I " 1 1' if I M' 'XII'-4 fi I A In I VX V I I JU V I I I , I 2 I ' 3 'Jaw ' I ,Lf X I I , 51 FRED PRINZ Pre Med GUY RAIMONDI NIGQGI cz Unoversny CLASS' OF 1956 FRED PUCCI Work Nursmg WMA' ANGELA P SHIRLEY REASE 'J " , x r ffiwf CAROL REID rf J . , , Work I 114, j Y " de vqntir 1 Erie Tech jf T NICHOLAS QUAGLIA Work NANCY RANKIE Work JOSEPH REELE GERALDINE REESER Work DAVID REITER Syracuse University 'Six U. S. Maritime College SALLY RENDA Work CAROL LEE RICHARDS College SAM RICOTTA College NANCY RISIO Work "K 1-5,5 CLASS 01" 195 -4.1 VERA RENFORD Work -nd' JOEVENE RICCIUTO Work AUDREY RICKABAUGH College Riff , 3 ff? CAROLE RICHARDSON CLYDE RILEY College Q99 College muy' V his 'xsgt Yr ,L A ' 3 LHQZQ' KUYUII WU g vor-fer 13 min MARY ANN RIPLEY Morrxoge ANN SHIRLEY RIZZO Work I I C . 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'e V 9 CAROLE ROTELLA Work JERRY SADLO Air Force CLASS' OF 1956 .... in L, g i Q Q , if fs, A54 E E its .Ai of 1 Colgate f Tv 'if ROBERT SANDSTROM Arr Force RUDOLPH SCARPELLI Ncvy MARY ANN SANFILIPPO Wnrk fW,v.frff-47,4 J ROMEO RUSSO Navy W JESWALD SALACUSE I i dl .Jfwy hasifip VITO SABETT University of Bugolo YVONNE SALVIA Art School ,--eq, ali MARY SANSALONE Work WILLIAM SCHOT 9 LSYUV I A A Purdue 4 45 r 'W' if ,Q I K. 5 A .I 'G fl Y Q5 V va ' ' A, VV -..:f,, X 3 XX f': f L' f V V A diff Rf 'f' I A X R M 0' ff f ' M Nw f ,ow 'I L, . 9' fm 1 ' M I R f ff " 1' 1 R 2 -, , .:-1.- f , : XL:-t V H, ,V 1 'W 1. W ' f jgllz fgmj my R 2 T 14 X MW' k ' A: Q Q Z 'v In Iv, . V U: '-my-'91""TAM' e va, ' ' A E QW Q l 4 nflif' 4, rv , . . yri , ow E Q. ' 'Q . . 'f yy . , E M M yvy , L R E"! E E 1 R 4 ' . f L E l T 4'o, MARY CECILE SCHULTZ Ofllce Work ROSALIE SCOTT Work JANET SCRIVANO Kelly Business Institute i f A - 1 s I1 ffff 'fM .aff U 'AL,.l,.! ,,.,-2-1'-' CLASS 01: 1956 ANN SCIMEMI Ofllce W O lx RALPH I 1' w ng. li. fK i X S 1' vonhe, g an SCLAFANI Cdfege ALFRED SCRIVANI Arr Force + 'lx 901- SCOZZAFAVA Vxfork RICHARD SDAO lndlono llnyfflty WN' 'N J, r MERCURIA SCRUFARI Buffalo SfC1Te Teachers College 56 'QV I . ' ' ' 4" X ,ff . LW J' N' s nv' F' I 1 ,Ah K I 4. .5 41 K I ALJ - . .gk I ,, ' f I , f " e I " s C" " vs.s Q fl l " JI Cf, 5 I , y I ' I . I K l . S X ' ' L ,Y K" 1 1 ,N - 1 ..b: Q f ll V ff X A rl 1, , h ' I T I 4 sl... s., V' I 4 I X f N x ' - - l l fl A ' X l . .----..., .? -7 YTW A ,- N 3 r ' ff 1 x M " ll ' Q e lJ ll ,V N K . ':--lf in . ..l l ' M X ji 'A U ,l 0 N 'WM l 4 . 51' '- :A2 U: .f-A, ly . M J .Nj V-1 A - Nm IZ' 1 f' , I 1 X 4 CLASS OF 1956 ,,. RICHARD SELLMAN of Buflulo X A, , xr 7, ROSE MARIE SHEPRO Work SANDRA SHAMMOT Comptomefer School DAVID SHIELDS College WILLA SHOWERS Busmess D ALD SHRIMPTON lEo on Sc ool of Muslc .Q lf? 'Sqn DOROTHY SIKORA Cortland T ICIA SIKORA Secretory KARLA SHUMWAY ullolo Stole Teochers College Q Wm' MIB JAMES SILVAGGI University of Builclo I. I, ' ,lsr ROSALIE SIRACUSE MARGARET SKURSKI Br fond Stmtfon N CLASS OF 1956 X X , u N I' XH BGROTHY SITEKQ 24:51 Blew s l 1 f.,.,a. "fy sm 5 I 2 GERALD SKENE Army KENNETH SLONIS Brodhey University ' I f M, I xg' ,,, Una' Ifwf' J! W My O Ie Wor I 'F up I - I IIB! A ' Q jf II J .'.If'J,bIg I LW ,TM JI' X'-95 MW I wL9IIc..f -,-.. Ik' Q . f A GORDON SLIPKO Army ELIZABETH SMITH Omce VVorIc PATRICIA SOBCZAK Offke Work , 0 J 4 I ffflr 0 X fx' , ff x -Q h A ' 4 Q if Q49 . "I vqntir 58 'T"1? J I 9 il .li ELSIE SMITH Office Work fx 0 L JU' L ASS OF 1956 SHIRLEY SOPRANO OFUCL Won k ANGELINE STIVER Work DWIGHT STRASBURG College HELEN JACK STARK Umversnty of Bufzfob iff' aff 1 'K .E ' , ,9oft.' hx 'mu -,JIU WILLIAM SUTFIN Auburn MAUREEN SUPPLE Corborundum eq T: 11 ' 1 Afx. Un, .-12,8 I ',v 1' . 'dmdqbisl' o ll '!K'Y'I' in '51 f ag von .er -his mf' HENRY STEWART r Force MARY LOU STONE Snsters ofChor11y Hospxtol fav Jw J' T THERESA SU RMAN Se-Cretan y ELLEN SWAIN Secretory a9 5 nfl" CLASS OF 1956 ELSA SWEET Secretory ELLEN SZUPELLO Work GEORGE SWIFT VVork fe s -M A M W K ARLENE SZAREJKO Work CHARLES TAMBORELLO Ndvy 'UK TATO Secretory HAROLD TERRY Army '25 . Y I mx 'Y-P' ' , 4. 40" I -Q-4 BERNADETTE TACZAK Sucreicny Q3 AMG' JANICE TEDESCO Beoutncuon School DONALD TERRYBERRY Marines JOEL TEAMAN College 60 ff?"f x , , ,f ,f l f DAVID THOMPSON College MARILYN TOBEY Sec: eta: y JOSEPHINE TRIPI Bryant and Stratton Busmess Imstitute RICHARD TYRAN Coliege NORMAN VACCA l Unlversnty of Buffalo JOHN VANDEN BOSCH Busmess School JAY VanORMAN Work DONALD VENTURELLI Amr Force CLASS OF 1956 JOELLEN VALLEY Nursing School HELENE Vc1nGORDER Work 8 .S Clarkson Tech Air Force VunDEURSEN E M 1 N g J! vonhe, 62 ANTHONY VENTRESCA College FRANCES vENTj2Yf Secrotaj yfj CHQ TINE 1 l ll ' fl 5 X ll f V x ' ,r xr. K4 I 1 1 I' K g I l , fl J .xl, I I - , lj xl Y X 1 dl' l 4 , ' X L . l J5 . z ff L F . lx ' LARRY VAGNOZZI li.-1 lv fl" L A Q I I If ,M I 1' rf 5 f if Lili r I x . 0 IL: X R"'T'gT"'3 R?" R . . ,N .ak X N N ,fl of , 91 A ff I jf, ll, I CLASS OF 1956 J x W W UM I gm W , ROGER WACKETT 1, n ffwofk A I , fi, jo u W j ILLIAM WALSH fvkgt Army JC ' X1 vu L .J . , Sm -n Hill!! f Syracuse University f fl W MARJORIE WEAVER Erae County Technical Institute JERRY WENGER Navy STEVE WI ELOSZYNSKI CLASS O17 1956 Fredon no Stole Teachers College RONALD WILKINS Mormes KENNETH WILSON Work MARJORIE WENSLEY Beczufncnon Jr f 15 M " V vqnfir f- I X' HELGARD WIENERT Wellesley .:", A 2 ' , 64 WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Universi1y of Michigan MARGO WIEGAND Omce Work JOAN WILCOX Middlebury College 41 GN DIANA WILSON College JANET WINKER ' 'Work JERRY WINKIEWICZ Mlchngcm Store JUNE WRIGHT Woes XJ vfixx ANN ZARTMAN IBM Operator DAVID ZIMMER Nelsner 5 l L Z T CLASS O 9 JANICE WINTERS Soles Gtr! BARBARA YANDIAN Mbony Store Teachers ColIege JACQUELINE ZELONIS Umor: Corbtde 1 739.5 2 'Q - r -nm " :HYIP mr J Q, v o n f e r , 13' W I X, X 2' . . ' I, 4 I If I X II I Vjj M 'V I' ' QL A A I LI, I , k . X R Y K xx XXX AMC, ! aj 5 I I I I I I'-Wwjitf' l s 5 : ,I N 'ii' .11 I., "UI "T-2257731 f ear I ' rf ' 'fn , . , lv , R Y l li of -K 13 MARY ANN WOLF Work PATRICIA ZAJAC Proctlcol Nurse WILLIAM ZGONCE Nuvy DELORES ZORTMAN Montage ,am hr f-.fx 'S' rl 13 04:3- RICHARD ZUCCARI ZuCcGrI's Dairy Camera Shy Seniors ASHKER, JOE COFFMAN, SAMUEL GUISTO, JOHN HICKEY, WILLIAM HOWARD, CHARLES MCNALLY, ROBERT PICCERELLI, TERRY PIECIUL, JOHN SHERLOCK, STEPHEN SOCKO, ROBERT .-gyifrgz-3" """' Fife ""' A '-ff"'i:"""--'-ju'--154: ---A -f::---5,g5:4:f- do wrnier " ' Senior Committees I 'A '.s' I k Music Committee Prom Committee Cap and Gown Committee LEFT 10 RIGHT: Bgrbgrg Solurir LEFT to RIGHT: Louise Gillick, Paul Har- LEFT to RIGHT: Ed Sniffen Rosa Jock McGuire, Co-Chairmen. tenberger, Co-Chairmen, Iind Avdoion, CofCI1oirmen L 'WTWC3 'W' x wig. 5 "J:M111 gi P' fed- 7 KX 33? IGRS J J Hawk? fix gs 1 s ,v E 1 I YI' -uf. -5 vnu -'L-if xt qu-F' X .M WS Y Vw A gifs. 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SECOND ROW: Ronald Morf, Junlor CI.-as S Ronnie iVlorT, PaT BakoTa, Dianne Paczynski, and Dick Finley vvere elecred PresidenT, Vice-PresidenT, SecreTary, and Treasurer respecTiveIy, of The Junior Class on November IO by The Juniors of Niagara Falls High School. IT was indeed a happy and mem- orable day Tor Them. We vvould like To Thank Mr. Wayne Gallagher, who was chosen as class advisor, for his counsel Throughouf The year. The Juniors of Niagara Falls High School have accomplished much during The year of IQ55, The mosT noTeworThy of Their accomplishmems was The wonderful school spiriT displayed by all. Many oT The Juniors showed Their spiriT by parTicipaTing in The large varieTy oT acTiviTies offered by The school. The Junior Class of l955 exTends ifs Thanks To The Teachers and Seniors of Niagara Falls High School Tor The Tlne manner in which vve were TreaTed during our TirsT year here aT Niagara. We will Try our be-ST To adhere To The sTandards seT by previous classes when we sTarT our inal year aT Niagara Falls High School. Dianne Paczynski, SecreTary ome Room 10 2 o oooroo f-fe I .A I 21 - lg: 1 2 3 ' X. s. if. 0 'D ' I 44 'O 4 ' 9 LEFT to RIGHT: Thomas Andrews, T"a.,, 'WLLL Lieutenant Governor, Louis R R, Alongi, Governor. State ...,. Colorado Governor ......... Lieutenant Governor ..... Red Cross Representative , . Boys' Athletic Manager . , Girls' Athletic Manager ,. Advisor ..,..,...... State Motto . . LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs, G. Tresselt, Jeanette Allotta, Vernon Gretsenger, Rayntonci Best, Williant Barber, Sandra Arhanas, Penelope Appoloney. SECOND ROW: Louis Alongi, Brenda Ainsworth, Mary Louis Alongi Thomas Andrews Mary Lou Arnirian Lyall Cauldvvell Patricia Balcota Mrs. G. Tresselt Nothing without God Cheplcauskas, Walter Mae Asley, Vtlayne Brougham Gerald Adarnczylc Thomas Andrews, Steve Alangi, Lyall Cauldvvell, Denis DeMott .lohn Altleclc, Suzanne Anthony, Patricia Bal4a'a NOT PICTURED Viiginia Anderson, Antoinette Agnello, Carol Anderluh, Lillian Abbey. Betty AVUSVSOU. Adarns, Mary Lou Antirian, Gloria Bellina. THIRD ROW: Arlene .. A 1' TTT L1 K . Z Y,,,, Q l U 4 Y - ' l i l if I x cl , nv ' :I Il Q0 ll I L.--.B MN. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: John Bellavia, Jacqueline Attia, Beth Boyce, Phyllis Slesinski, Carol Boniella, Muriel Bradt. SECOND ROW: Noreen Archie, Beverly Boyd, Irenne Boynton, Lynn Bair, Suzanne Bate- man, Gretchen Bauer, Jessie Brindisi, Carl Brenner, Gloria Beningo. 1 .- THIRD ROW: Carolyn Bruno, Joyce Beckett, Norma Biederman, Lynn Beebe, Stanley Zak, Richard Atkin, James Brice, Patricia Aube, Carol Brzenski, NOT PICTURED: Jane Bellavia, Beatrice Bowman. State .... . .Indiana I Governor .......... . .Lynn Bair ' Lieutenant Governor .,.. . . .Joyce Beckett I Red Cross Representative . . . . .Gretchen Bauer -Boys' Athletic Mgr. . ..,, . .Richard Atkin ' Girls' Athletic Mgr. .. ...Gloria Beningo t , Advisor ......... . . .Mr. R. Simpson ' Jl State Motto . . . . .No Motto 'x ' A - uf 5 J Of' CLIOLU x 75. t 1 x dig " M sw ,gal fl CJ-vfk I , I I L , X ft, I LEFT to mont. Joyce Beckett If, ' ' -l 6 ,67"9"EL Lieutenant Governor, Lynn Bair git Q! f Governor, U '- l Y 'Q5 in if L, Q lf' F!-'.. . 'Z E? 1 it rw A - si I "Haa s lui'-'-"iB'z'-9 Ni' flklqggi VV . Y ,' ,Z 0. , 1 .6 0 I 1 Home Room 10 3 use-fre I I LEFT to RIGHT: James Caprio, Governor, Judy Cane, lieutenant Governor. State . . . Governor ......... Lieutenant Governor ,..... Red Cross Representative , . . Boys' Athletic Mgr ,,..... Girls' Athletic Mgr. . Advisor ..,...... . . . Home Room 104 r I llluil l g a n Ql ff f 1. , A fegee, ? rf 5 , Zta , -af"5 Q 'A' 94131: 'wlf5Qf?Tffi4? ' 'Auykgyii-Av' Jf2':1Tei.. ...Missouri . .James Caprio ...,Judy Cane . . . .Carolyn Chew . .Joe Bruno . .Joanne Blaclcley .. .Miss C. Morrissey State Motto ................... . . .The Vvellare ol the People Shall Be the Supreme Law. LEFT to RIGHT- FIRST ROW: Frances Canali, Joan Borglietto, Jcan Bloom, Peggy Chambers, Constance Canfield, Angela Cacciatore, SECOND ROW: Shirley Bennet, Phyllis Bogal, James Caprio, Catharine Bovier, Trudy Burns, Jude Bilsan, Carolyn Chew, Joan Canter. THIRD ROW: Judy Cane, Judi Campbell, Carlysle Forbes, William Brown Julio Ciavaglia, James Brunn, Frances Carlini, Anthony Brunetti Joanne Blackley. NOT PICTURFD1 Joanne Cermak, Joseph Bruno 'Q 's T Q . 12 4 A 'W xl, v-9 7 'T - f w, LEFT to RlGl'lT--FIRST ROW: Miss L. B. Mosher, Marla Clause, Rose Catto, Vern Coliceno, Marie Civiletto, Rita Cotta. SECOND ROW: Marv Cracknell, Katherine Colosi, Kathleen Clayton, Marion Crornbie, Phillip Chapados, Ruthie Burnett, Chuck Cyphers, Elaine Collins, Judi 4 f fl Store .... X J' J A Governor ....,.... . J , ' , Qliieutenant Governor ..... ., Red Cross Representative , . ,, ' .Y, 413' B-oys'Athletic Mgr. ..,.... ' t Girls' Athletic Mgr. .. u N i i W- R' Advisor! ........ .....,,,.. L' ii' - , State Motto A . . . . ll You Seek . T ' L, I is 3 if l' L it yt. p l' . L1 my f. 1 3, t A FY , f T T in A L fi A h l E , Q. ' 'WEST 1 1 ,,-fig. , -. ' if . -LL-, JV V . - Q3- C -135 Q an . 1 A A J - f fi, , .. , -.49 ""'X t ,, ,. -. -V :web , . I ? Home Room 10. ,- Close, Margot Ciambrone, Hazel Campbell THIRD ROW Rosalie Catanzaro, Julie Capannola, Louis Cancillo Brian Cooke Ed Carlo Len Carnann, Jim Condino, Ronald Burton Marshall Cohen Carmen Cinco, Madeline Catolano. Michigan Ed Carlo Rosalie Catanzaro Madeline Catalano James Condino Madeline Catalano Miss L. B. Mosher a Pleasant Peninsula, Look About You LEFT to RIGHT Ed Carlo Gov ernor Rosalie Catanzaro Lieu tenant Governor if wii , fi' ...rv-,u-f f. ff Q , 1' 'iff vw Home Room 15 'it 'i ' ,,. .tl 1 , 'fr ' W2 -, iff l ei R ,i r X X f- . vt .K R x.- . ,i if i r 't a . if I K: 3 fir' - r d M --ir, M r .U f ' . M... . it ,ti Ki f . ' . , . 1' X .. l . l Z ig... ' Jl .. - qi, Ls . of of Q, slllfli 9 LEFT to RlGH'l': Dowd Cutlass, ' l Governor. Robert Cnabala, Lieb- 8 'll' I tenant Governor X . . fl C"l4f'fW , Vgig it fv yi State ...,. . . .Montana Governor .,...... . , .David Curtiss Lieutenant Governor .... .. .Robert Cltabala Red Cross Representative , . . . ,Darlene Dunn Bays' Athletic Mgr. .,... ...William Carr Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . . . Eleanor Cooke Advisor ........, ,. .Mrs. J. Copeland State Motto .. ...Gold and Silver LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs J, Copf-land, Barbara David5on, laala, Bessie Nav Clirtif. Dailene Diinn THIRD ROW: DO'Ollty Dro7 Margorie Dell, Lois D'Arnelia, Eleanor Cooke. SECOND ROW: Mary dowslci, Joseph Jarnbro, David Curtiss Gordon Croelcer, William Corrirnisso, Julie De Cost, Paul Dirnond, Santino Caridi, Robert Clta- Carr, Robert Dawson, Mattie Carter. 1 VS?-' bp Utfq llQ,'l il' t , J ' if 1 , A V 0 , V I , R1 fe A 3 , ls t 5. Q' li r , C N N J C A - V ...l. r Q "1'h" .H al' ' ,M ,Mb - f V, 4 , ri' A .S 3 5 q - . f t 'S . I ..,..,-C. i 9 I , 'XJTIINXQ' ' 1 V lg 1' , 1 1 . , ' A ii 3 l, xl E I N1 'TQH ' Hyatt? off I , ' afj 1 LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Rita Garlitz, Peggy D'Agostino, JoAnn Daly, Susie Geschwender, Thelma Ferrara, Barbara Garlitz. SECOND ROW: Mr. W. Brady, Elaine Galloway, Donna D'Amico, Suzanne D'Amico, Bruce Coutts, Jean Edukonis, Peggy Conway, Joe Critelli, 3 A 4 i 1 JN? 4. X Betty Cowling, John De Rosa, Rose Marie Losin. THIRD ROW: Marcia Cato, Ronald D'Anna, John Dobrasz, Gene Cosgrove, Mike Cutting, Norman Cable, John Lipich, Harold Di Ramio, Lena Frattaroli. NOT PICTURED: Sondra Mae Fadel, . f ,I 4 " 1 I X 4 f , ..jf1. , J I . , L , d ,, L, , A State ..... . . . . . . .Oregon Governor ......,.. . . John De Rosa Lieutenant Governor ..... . . .Elaine Galloway Red Cross Representative . . . . . . Donna D'Amico Boys' Athletic Manager . . . . .Joseph Critelli Girls' Athletic Manager . . .. .Suzanne D'Amico Advisor .............. . . .Mr. VV. Brady State Motto . . . . . .The Union 11.3 LEFT to RIGHT: John De Rosa gill Governor, Elaine Galloway, Lieu tenant Governor. I ' - f 'I . i 'V It ,.I."1h.. . I A ,. if XM 4' I 1 ij., 'A 3 "' I ,y'f,zt If I X, FT L, - - ' 3 Q.. , I i.yi..:33 it V yq . X-LJ: 9 'J 11 tqnR6R1e-wsxi Home Room 1 4' 1' A iv-I ome Room 1 it , I ii L l if x wx ,F J J '1 , Q K U J i t i ' , I , 1 i J g J . , l ' , lu ' N ,1 Q,-.' SA A ' ia tl 1 2 JQ . ' i, ,-,' you LEFT to reiorir. Joe De Pierro. M A 'A Q mtQgm..mi Lieutenont Governor, Noncy Heis- ner, Governor. Stote . , . Governor ......,,. Lieutenont Governor .,.. Red Cross Representative , . Boys' Athletic Mgr ..... .. Girls' Athletic Mgr. .. Advisor ......... State Motto . . LEFT to RIGHT FIRST ROW: Jortice Cutler, Mory Lou D'Arnuro, Coro- lyn Crossley, Noncy Crow, Edwoid Evert SECOND ROW: Moigw Grose, Antoinette Elorio, Ann Gornicki, Beverly Gruner, Mory Ann Goodnovv, Morilvn Deschler, Antoinette Gionnone, Bonnie Lee Hortvvig, L 1 L L, '-w .. ,Ohio . . .Noncy Heisner .. .Joseph De Pierro . . .Anthony Virtuoso . . .Louis Fozzolori . . .Joyce Culotto . , .Miss E. Miller ,. .A Stote Within o Stote Dolores Gonzalez. THIRD ROW: Joyce Cullotto, Noncy Heisner, John De Sontis, Robe-it Dovidson, Anthony Virtuoso, Robert Eogon, Melvin Doshineou, Alon Ellis, Joseph De Pierro, Joseph Elio. Nino Deon. NOT FWCTLJRED1 Jeon Cloyton. ' ' ' A-'M' 'fs'-if-ev-4 ff ' m Winn, NUM, I shiNggp.n',.,, ' M1 LEFT to RIGHT-FIRST ROW: Mr. W. Herold, Dorene Fenton, Janet George, Betty Lou Hassan, Lucille Delgabbo. SECOND ROW: Virginia Holt, Betsy Hodgkiss, Arlene Heinz, Loretta Hvozda, Joe Eorcucci, Sharon Jackson, Emma Fustes, Sharon House, Rosella De Dario. State .... Governor ........... Lieutenant Governor ..... Red Cross Representative . . . Bays' Athletic Mgr ..... . . Girls' Athletic Mgr. . Advisor ,........ State Motto . . ffyb 055 s vm- 'X .. ll M'm,A ,A 't I A Wit, 5 is ,tx , , , ' ' w q ykn Q'-E J Home Room 1 6 at ,Q ,. '- P THIRD ROW: Marie Del Grosso, Judy D'Anna, Bill Laughlin, Jerry Dickerson, Charles Sutter, Frank Flay Ross Di Bacco Marguerita Elario Louise Hill Virginia Ross Di Bacco Betsy Hodgkiss Sharon House .Richard Finley . .Betsy Hodgkiss . .Mn VV. Herold . .Ever Thus to Tyrants LEFT to RIGHT: Betsy Hodgkiss Lieutenant Governor, Ross Di Bac co, Governor. ,,.,4 ...- aku I I I -g., ? Home Room 2U 6 Ib fl ' ,vi 4 3 IIIIIII it 3 : I ,t I Ex' M In I nhl - I t' t' Wi I ll L in A H I Q LEFT to mont Poul rrommer I, Qjlv I af, x 235323 VW' "Summit , '11 'PHILLIPS f RIAJWI I ' M f IIII Mi! Governor Lieutenant Governor ...... FL .... . , ., Red Cross Representative ,..... . . . . Boys Athletic Manager ... HL-K . , .. .. Girls' Athletic Manager .., ,MIX , .. .., Advisor .. I Utah Paul Frornmert Carolyn Kirch .Jacqueline Kane Ralph Genovese Blanche Klirneczko MISS J. Sullcy State Motto .. . , . Industry LEFT to RIGHT FIRST W Kathleen Levitt, Geraldine Kazen, Anita Dpbrasz. THIRD ROW: Norma Kew, Howard Kushner George Isaacs I Rcottr Glo Q Q u n Di m Goult-t Marlene Jacobs SECOND ROW: Jacqueline Kano, Blannhe Klimeczka, Ray Gamez Samuel Glratdo otliy J Ln K ren KI tlge Mary De Planclie, Pat Elliott, Martin Cynthia Kenny, Ann Durty, Paul Fronirnert Mary Ellen ODonneI Jo Rasn IV me I Genovese, Carol Kiich, Mary Jane ' ..lL........ln... L r We L for et , L ' K -'V LJ LJ 4. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Nancy Leiner Garritano, Florence Lanasa, Lula Gulley, Bob Mrs. M. Tice, Theresa Kopacz, Betty Kosut, Himes, Kirstin Hewitt, Sharon Lamson, Marcia State .... K M Anita Forgione, Grittith. SECOND Joyce Emerick, Lenda, Barbara Governor ......... Lieutenant Governor .... Janet ROW: Esther Legge. Red Cross Representative . . . Boys' Athletic Mgr. ,.... Girls' Athletic Mgr. .. Advisor ........ State Motto . . Q Af' W '7xxx5 ff l.ll 1 1 I Home Room 20 to THIRD ROW: Carol Kirnrnes, Alan Gordon, Dave Halleen, William Haney, Mike Haun, Robert Kennedy, Robert Lynch, Anthony Kindzia, Gaylord Loughrey. Wisconsin Robert Lynch Barbara Legge Betty Kosut Michael Haun Barbara Legge Mrs. M. Tice Forward LEFT to RIGHT: Robert Lynch Governor, Barbara Legge, Lieu tenant Governor. ....,, 4 gum-I -+ fn ,Q QQ I I L C-if E 4 n H 7 . LEFT to RIGHT: Carl Johnson, Governori Barbara Marino, Lieu- tenant Governor. State .. Governor ,...,...... Lieutenant Governor ..... Red Cross Representative . . . Boys' Athletic Mgr. ..... , Girls' Athletic Mgr. . Advisor .,,..... State Motto .. LEFT to RIGHT -FIRST ROW: Sanara Mock, Rosemary Linza, Gretchen Livingston, tvlariorie Learn, Claudio Hansen, SECOND ROW: Karin Kosoc, Barlzaia Marino, Kathleen Lovett, Pat Landis, Karen Lake, Vwfy V, I It , Home Room , .T TDI, ly! ,Q 251 fs? J Ii is , I I I ml ,. 4 jf, Q1 if f, ff A qg . . .Tennessee ...Carl Johnson .Barbara Marino . . . .Gretchen Livingston . .Sigismund Lopacki . ,Linda Lockwood , .Mrs M. Gentry Agriculture and Continerce Arlene Ligornrnari, Jane Logan. THIRD ROW: Anne Hodgkiss John O'Brien, Dave Martin, Tony Larrata, Sigisrnund Lopacki Carl Johnson Linda Lockwood. fl R 2 ' . ,2'AfeiggQ, gt ' if 3 . 4 Lrg: I if it Q T f . A E l , i J I ici M K K, ff: 2 G9 ,. ' Q v xii x LEF to RIGHT FIRST ROW: Annie Walker, Pat McClintock, Stella Mele Kathy McKenna, Nena Marinucci, Barbara Bank. SECOND ROW Miss E Dahlquist, Marie Loverde, Linda Kulp, Ann McNeil, Jeanette Maturani Joan McClintock, Jean Milleville, Patricia Lauzonis, State Governor . .... .... Lieutenant Governor .. . Red Cross Representative . . Boys' Athletic Manager . . . Girls' Athletic Manager . .. Advisor ............. State Motto , . F . vu F' I Ar I . 2' '. . -' r . ' xt. A ' . ' Q' . F ,I ' ,,..-.- ,us "NE--x , Tfljfle wer ' J at-ng. X6 4 I v I I ' r I t 'j A Q:-1 ' I It I I , 'I- I ' I - its . . A--5 't .,. . . yt its r., -. Q . ,-,- , ,Q f tj 4 U it - .-I' I ' I' We W ' .1 -" 'r ' 5- - It .11 fl'--1 'IFJII . t t l .' I 'J , ' ' Y' ' ' X'-"P-I:t:,: " l . H r J. r W- X 3 ,. I' ' ' 9 'I 5 I I -':..3-wfll. . is .. , 4 f I ' fr.:-'giflpi I 'Q If t:, .4--..'x',q f ' . ,I I ' L rw - :I " fl I F ' 5 gl A -.,f",4rQ . 1 'I a .. tg. - b -, - . M. , r - I L r A v s I F l!! ,-fill, Q '- , r - 'r' fmt, x I "Q S' f'.f,- 1 L 1 I -. 4 I F - ---- - fi E3 '........ V ..-...J , t. J, .: ' n.f as , I ---fan.. 'lj fr' 1' , - , , . Irv, "if"-A' -3-5 x"'i ' 'MRS Arek., sm Home Room Z Barbara Macdonald, Frances Militello, Robert Presutti. Mary Anne Maselli. THIRD ROW: Romana Martin, Delores Bearfoot, Alex Popkey, Fred Krizan, Ronald Lucarini, Bill Maleskis, Denny Maclcrell, Rudy Marda. Richard Marino, Jean McCabe, Patricia Lisowski. ...Vermont ...Frances Militello ...Ramona Martin . . .Kathryn McKenna ...Richard Marino . . ,Barbara Macdonald ...Miss E. Dahlquist ...Freedom and Unity LEFT to RIGHT: Frances Militello Governor, Ramona Martin, Lieu tenant Governor. LEFT to RIGHT: Dorothy Matus- Zewslxa, Lieutenant GOvernOr, Elizabeth Maitinez Governor. State ,... Governor ......,.,, Lieutenant Governor ..... Red Cross Representative , . Boys' Athletic Mgr .,..... Girls' Athletic Mgr. . Advisor ......., State Motto . . LEFT to RlGHT ,FIRST ROW: Louise Marchetti, Bernadette Monaco Barbara Mrzygud, Rose Marie Micon, Sharon Mayville, Nancy Manarino SECOND ROW: Sally Marshall, Dolores Naccarato, Frank Malinaro, Patricia Murphy, Barbara Manchester, Bob Barone, Annette Manczynski, Elizabeth Martinez, Ron Marra, Dorothy Matuszewslca, X ff-q 4.-:L Home Room 304 . , F ilvgfy, .. .Kansas ...Elizabeth Martinez . . .Dorothy Matuszevvslca ...Patricia Murphy ...Jerry Mick .. .Minerva Mt. Pleasant .. .Mrs M. l-leary ...To the Stars by DiFticulties Carrie Mt Pleasant, Mrs. M. Heary. THIRD ROW: Judy Modi, Patricia Williarns, Louise Ann Nanea, Francis Racey, Jerry Mick, Wayne Miller, Larry Moore, Otta Redanz, Joyce Ogden, Fred Marsicc, Minerva Mt. Pleasant. NOT PlCTURED: Rosalie McNamara and Susan Milleville. 4 'twig QT cy ' " K . 4 LEFT to RIGHT-NFIRST ROW: Miss M. Neidrauer, Judy O'Neill, Nancy Pettit, Beverly Ortner, Judy Myers, Adeline Palaszynski, SECOND ROW: Donna Phillips, Virginia Pera, Diana Paczynski, Marcia Paw- lowslci, Judy Mish, Barbara Pitonyak, Barbara Permian, Sheila Moni- State .... Governor .....,... Lieutenant Governor .... Red Cross Representative . . Boys' Athletic Mgr. .... . Girls' Athletic Mgr. .. Advisor ......... State Motto . . q'f-4y'k., x? 1-u-5 Home Room 3 5 2 5 'r ,r si han, Mary Pasquale. THIRD ROW: Bryant Maxham, Jo Anne Mitravich, Donald Saunders, Michael Murphy, Ronnie Mort, Dale Reho, Rosemary Noill. NOT PICTURED: Barbara Peters. Mississippi Ron Mort Beverly Ortnor Judith O'NoiII Dale Reho Donna Phillips Miss M. Nuidraucr By Valor and Aims ga, . s Va? t if 2, E! 1 1 rib LEFT to RIGHT: Ron Mort, Gov- ernor, Beverly Ortner, Lieutenant Governor. .. Home Room 3 4 . :ff F ' 5 .1 "Q ,a.L-,-.--- W..- 3 ' , -- ""' 5,111 ' 1' , TW, 'fnfff ' '- 1 ., 11 Q sd' I lm J. mmm! X 25' f f - iff,i,xiQ,,g ,gf 'af Q F , r .35 .- .... Ati . .TJ at J .. A , .- ,i E? 1. F dw . - . -.T rx PM SLYQ V-I I. Q A ., ' 4fsf:?2,'5f'ff' ia? 12115121 - , ., ki',f.1f -e2?:5 1Ffieigf 'E ' 1?-E113 '37 4-5 ' - is fv542E:- if : LEFT to RIGHT: Jon Parsons, Gov- ernor, Sandra Plumeri, Lieutenant Governor. State ...... .. . Idaho Governor ........... . . .Jon Parsons Lieutenant Governor .... . . . Sandra Plumeri Red Cross Representative . . . . . .Sandra Plumeri Boys' Athletic Manager . . . . .James Smith Girls' Athletic Manager . . . . .Carol Ann Pagano Advisor .......... . . . , . . Mrs. A. I-lerges State Motto . . . . .Mayest Thou Endure Forever LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jeanette Oates, Theresa Raymond, Joyce Carol Pagano, Rose Marie Pullo, Janet Rader. THIRD ROW: Patricia Price, Sandra Nalbone, Sylvia Pitonyak, Roberta Tressler. SECOND Baldwin, Benny Palazzo, James Smith, Joe Orsi, Tony Sperduti, John ROW: Mrs. A. Herges, Mary Lou Reid, Barbara Redline, Jon Parsons, Olszewski, Vince Bianco, Carolyn Neft, Sandra Plumeri. NOT PIC' Anthony Pacana, Audrey Piegnet, Patricia Nassoiy, Eugene Sieczka, TURED: Patricia Platt, Mariorie Stone. r .KIM 4 L-Q-.QQ--,L l H LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Sandra Anthony, Barbara Russell, Mary Raymond, Frances Pidgeon, Annette Rizzuto, Mr. J. Haggerty. THIRD Ann Rubino, Pat Sabatine, Rosalie Salamone, Eugenia Rydelelc. SEC- ROW: Ed Stiles, Linda Retzlalt Judy Rompala, Mary Ann Ruscitto, OND ROW: Barbara Sdao, Jean Saraceni, Ellen Pedlaw, Verna Wise, Louis Perricellr, Jack Rufrano, Andrew Stoll, Rodger Pavlak, Joyce O'Linda Lutz, Victor Presutti, Dorothy Royer, Frances Rizzotto, Bob Rose, Ellen Ross, Karen Rickard, Inez Sansalone, Joan Rowan. State .... Massachusetts Governor , ......... Lieutenant Governor ..... Red Cross Representative . . . Boys' Athletic Manager . . Girls' Athletic Manager . . Advisor ...........,...... State Motto. By the Sword We ,,I' F356 , Jack Rufrano Bob Raymond Joyce Rose Louis Perricelli Jean Saraceni Mr. J. Haggerty Seek Peace, But Peace Only Under Liberty rf ,. 3. I L T: i E X R '4 -,,e - Q I! so Home Room 3 5 5 LEFT ta RIGHT: Jack Rufrana Governor, Bob Rayrnond, Lieu tenant Governor. 1 A , 5 i I Home Room 400 :bfi Q 1 iN WJ. - g and W ,n 1 ' "sn 11,4-im' I Q .,. W Ni' Q" :-- ' li ' 1 if I lm I 4 ' L fi' Ill gun :U ui : Il: U 5:11 U - !"Tr 1455 j W .Qj dl ' Nl 'im 3 pl 5 Unit AIA H ,7 Q' I 5 G' 1 ff 0 llliriois The-rescn Siiiiili Dom Simcox Pczul Spiiilwy JimSC1lQrri0 R050 Siricmni Mi, J. EclWOrdS Sims Sovofcigiwty Noiioncxl Unions flume Sorow Donna Serriorms THsRD ROW Rose biruonm Do Sirircx Bill Tlimmvson Comme Shar' soy Paul Spiriley Tom Sfbriese Charles Slwillm yiori Blow Supp Rlclwor Prevife Do e U sprung MG Sclwopc-l. Q I XY LEFT to RIGHT-FIRST ROW: Carolyn Wisch, Rachel Wriglwt, Constance Zelorns, Vi'ginia Zelinsky, Irene VVIIIQOWSIQI SECOND ROW: Mr. D, Reeser, Carole Yanik, Ellen Woolcutt, Judith Wilson, Sandy Winker, Jerry VVisner, Joanne Zaclner THIRD ROW: Fran Wustrack, Lorraine State .. Governor ......,.. Lieutenant Governor .... Red Cross Representative . . Boys' Atliletic Mgr. ,..., . Girls' Atlilelic Mgr. .. Advisor ..,...,.. State Motto .....,...,..,..,....,.....,..... PRIZE and OUR RIGHTS WE WILL MAINTAIN, 49318, AMN If . Home Room 402 Wislvavvslci, Linda Young, Jackson Young, James Yanik, Beverly Wrobel Bonita Zackey. NOT PICTURED: Tom Williamson, Thomas Witkovvslct Rosemary Wolinge-r, lovvo Tom Williamson Irene Witlcovvslci Irene Witkowski Jarnes Yanik Linda Young Mr, D, Reeser OUR LIBERTIES WE LEFT to RIGHT: Tom Williamson Governor, Irene Witkawslci, lieu tenant Governor. R1 1'11.1'y Biz, Rf FIRST ROW: ' 1 K 1 ' ' N1 TN , S1-,af '1113 J1111: T111 Home Room 41 'Wills 11 11 Um. S1019 , , , Governor' , ,..,... . yO111 1 11 Q . . Bob 5111111130 l,1CuTQ11Q111T Cixffrrwmr' . .. NTQC1 M010 Qud Qross R'f'f71'r?SC'I1THT1Xf' . . Si111d1c1 3'1u1'clc'vc1'11 Boys f.1T11'C7C NKQV' . 7:11 Viuln- G11' 5' 2111115315 Mgr. ..J3c111 S111 11.16111 Advisor .., ,. Srmfe M0110 . . W, GC11!OQhGV . , . Lf-14111115 Y1S1dTOT1T9 Gow 11 1-1 NCP" N"'11Lf Qf11"1f1 11L1' THIRD ROW: C1101 V.-ij Nuff' '.'Q1C1'1:'1:1'L1 MU , LQJ Ci11'1f-111- r- -1.1 - U1 ,M .. 1111 37151 5111: :iz S1111 SECOND ROW: ,Uv 5615 S"1111' ill! Y1iYj Art Drg.-411, Avgio VL-11'1 3'i1 R411 11111 P111 . " 1' J 111 51" U111, bil 5111111110 M11 VV. Gol- , - , , 1 . . ,-T lZ"'1I"X"11 11 . 1-. :.ff11.1 .1"1- H1 15 11' 11 Y , 11 1 1 1 1 11 5' 11111 '11 51111112 1111p11,U.1.11' 161 1-1111 NLT PQVURILP- ,'.1111':"1 '.r1-'111'1 of L.....4 . . LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST Gloria VValclc Jackie SECOND ROW: Mi' C Vvalezak, Eileen Vvise, ROW: Jeanette Townsend, Saralw Wilbralwam, Walil, Louise Szycllovvski, Gllaaney Whyte. Lang, Caiol Toellner, Loretta Scrivani, Sandra Emily Wallace, Donna Lee Tlriorman, Pat Wa- State . . . Governor .....,... Lieutenant Governor .,,. Red Cross Representative , . Boys' Athletic Manager .. Girls' Athletic Manager ., Advisor ...........,. State Motto . , . Q'f A A -I I '?- 'V I- : fill 5525. f 'SSA ' , 1' Qi I k -,N U L . . .w i -V V Home Room 455 'LT rv ?"1 i troloa, Biencla Tliontpsori, Beatrice Di Cicco, Penny Wallace. THIRD ROW: Jean Waycla, Mary Ann Westlund, Sam Williams, Gilbert Wilksen, Ran Ventry, Myron Wrobel, Roger Jim Vilarclo, Bennie White, Judy Vlfegrzyn. ..lvIaine . .Jackie Wahl . .Emily Wallace Brenda Thompson Samuel Williams Donna Lee Thorman Mr. C. Long I Guide Whitmire, Bob Wislwart, LEFT to RIGHT: Jackie VVal'iI Governor, Emily tenant Governor. Wallace, Lie L36 53, , I N U nuns ne. 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' 1' gg ' N ,gf r 39- nal?-. 'Vt W, A ' wwf, . -,f ' 'f, '77 v Y M.. . 'I' a THEY ALSO SERVE 5 if 11, .4 EDM Mrs. Jcnik-ACIeon sweep! They feed us. , 41 Q, Q gp 42,3 ' P Y mf 42 5' E .3341 . .. 'V' 0 . U X Ciockwlse, They keep us posted. 12 Pi 44 , F' 'T Honor Society feosrsl On The Air! 92 ' lk W X !., I Tony, our Custodian, ond Mr. our Engineer. Fa, 'Tok , if 'rl ,A Qi an 'mf , f -lx IQ xi "7 B01 X X E Atienrive. Ernie ond Kathryn orote, LI , . fav LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Lynn Bair, Geraldine Reeser, Barbara Soluri, Paul Frommert, James Caprio, Louis Alongi, Robert Stumpo, John DeRosa, Russell Mariglia. SECOND ROW: George Milanovich, Robert King, Sam Battaglia, Frances Militello, Katherine Catalano, Adeline Orzetti, Barbara Seely, Ann Zartman, Henrietta Cicero. v '7,- Bef, I ..if.Q,3Ai1wg!', V E . M I f, . . 5,4 ,T :i ,yi ,t wit ' ' I ,.z.g3:n I W " MQ- r U.. . 7 .. , . . i, Y , su QS THIRD ROW: Ross DiBacco, Carl Johnson, Ed Carlo, Thomas William- son, Ernest Garnbaro, Nancy Heisner, Elizabeth Martinez, Theresa Smith. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Mort, Robert Lynch, John Biasucci, Anthony Gallo, Jack Rufrano, Craig Havens, Robert Armstrong. Student Council Unlike early Greek and Roman governments, which were very uri- stable, this year's Student Council, under the leadership ot President Sam Ricotta, Secretary JoAnn Page and Treasurer Bill Schotz, has proven to be a very strong governing body responsible tor numerous activities, one at which was providing buses for football and basketball games. At the beginning ot the year the students ot each homeroom elect a governor and lieutenant governor to represent them at the Student Coun- cil meetings, which are held on Friday mornings. These representatives at- tend the meetings and then report to their homerooms any matters ot im- portance that were discussed, Any LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Barbara Masters, Beverly Ortner, Bar- bara Marino, Jackie Fernandez, Shirley Rizzo, Donna Nickerson, Rosalie Catanzaro. SECOND ROW: Ramona Martin, Barbara Legge, Irene Witkowski, Dan Gornell, Frank Mannarino, Ralph Scozzafava, Frank Di Giovine, Bob Raymond, Bob Chobala, Helgard Wienert. money earned by Student Council proiects goes into either the Student Council General Fund or the Bus Fund and is used only when appro priated by the Student Council. Many of our activities would not have been possible had it not been tor our very capable and de- pendable advisor, Mr. John Edwards. Through his assistance and under his supervision, the Student Council has done a wonderful job this year. Everyone in Niagara Falls High School is ,proud of the tine work carried on by this worthy organiza- tion. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronald Mart, JoAnn Page, William Schotz, Mr. J. Edwards, advisor, Sam Ricotta. THIRD ROW: Emily Wallace, Jerry D'Ambrosio, Joe DePierro, Judy Cane, Elaine Galloway, Dorothy Matuszewski, James Milne, Mike Augustino, Henry Stewart, Don Simcox, FOURTH ROW: Sandra Plumeri, Dorothy Sitek, Morley Carl, Tom Andrews, Larry Gee, Ted Viele, Joyce. Beckett, Hedria Porrath. Qi' Niagarian Staff Editorial Advisors LEFT to RIGHT-SEATED: Mary Ann Santilippo, Carolyn Golanka, Jeswald Salacuse, Rebecca Martin, Priscilla DeVantier, STANDING: Mrs. B. Rickard, Mrs. H. Donovan, Miss E. Mitchell, Miss P. Jones. This year the staft of the NIAGARIAN has chosen tor its theme ancient Greece and Rome. We have in- corporated obiects familiar to Greek and Roman lite to represent the various activities around the school. For the tirst time since its beginning, the staff ot the yearbook has decided to omit the class vvill, history, prophecy and statistics from the book. We of the staff The Staff Co-Editors . . ,........ Rebecca Martin and Jesvvald Salacuse Business Managers .. .... Carolyn Golanka and Mary Ann Santilippo Art Editor ..... . . .Priscilla Delfantier Faculty Advisor ..... .. .Mrs. l-l. Donovan Ass't Faculty Advisor . . . .. .Miss E. Mitchell Business Advisor .... . . .Mrs. B. Rickard Art Advisor .... . . .Miss P. Jones feel that in doing this, more space and recognition can be given to deserving school activities. Another innovation ot the 1956 NIAGARIAN is the placing ot each senior's plans tor the future, under his name in the senior section. We hope that these changes have contributed to a more successful and complete T956 NIAGARIAN. Editorial Staff LEFT to RlGHT-FIRST ROW: Judy Britton, Jackie Fernandez, Leo Bax, Barbara Seely, Joann Page, Melinda Hill, Barbara Masters. SECOND ROW: Sharon Pierce, Mary Ann Geddes, Rebecca Martin, Inez Mistretta, Adeline Orzetti, Judy Melnottef Hedria Porrath, Mary Ann Sanfilippo, Evelyn Brown, Stephen Davis, Jeswald Salacuse. cry ,'s152af3s as r a ' A Y V: L'l, 3:1 Q saw ppb , ns ' A N863 Go Business Staff LEFT to RIGHT-FIRST ROW: Vera Renfarii Giaiia Roll, Bai- aaia Yandlan, Bailyaia Soluri, Rasaiina Awcxaian, Ainaimitfi- Anionucci, Dororny Misch, Gay Mari, Samara Johnston, Mary Silnscnone SECOND ROW: Joyce Okzcvwski, Fnzabofn O'Bi'csly, PaTriCic1 Cutfing, Evelyn Brown, Veinwa MUQJJH, Daratiwy Sikora Mary Moore, Lorefta Joseph, Noirna Hauer, Jvc-na Jaccauisn Barbara Biederrvan, Janet Scrivana, Jcann Pciin, Mary Lac Sfcne, Patricia Za,ac, CaroJyn GaJanka, Mary Ann Sannlippo, Mary Cecile Sclwhz, WiJla Showers, Sandra Srwamrnot, Mary Ann Babcock, Ann Zariman, Sharon Pierce, Louise CaTaJano. IG Chronicle Editors LEFT to RIGHT, SEATED: Mr. Anderson, Ernie Gam- ? baro, Jane Bryant, Mr. Langley. SECOND ROW: if Robert Bocek, Dorothy Dahlgren, Patricia Merino, Annette Faso, Ernest Bevilacqua, Melinda Hill, Jackie Fernandez, Barbara Masters. The Chronicle With the Chronicle, NFHS surpasses the glory ot Rome, which had only a posted notice ot daily events. The eight issues ot the Chronicle published this year had 643 sub- scribers, an all-time record, and tor the hrst time in many years the Chronicle made money, The Chronicle assembly, held on October 5, was a great success with Steve AIIen's "Tonight" as a theme. In the spring the Junior Chronicle was published solely by juniors, to give them experience for the editing ot next year's paper. Under Mr. Thomas Langley, the new advisor, and Mr. Norman Anderson, business advisor, the reporters and editors devoted many hours to making our paper successtul. The statt includes: Editor-in-Chief .. . Associate Editor . Managing Editor . Business Manager News Editor ..... Feature Editor . . Activities Editor . . Boys' Sports Editor Girls' Sports Editor Exchange Editor .. Photographer . . LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Joyce Rose, Inez Mistretta, Sharon Pierce, Mary Ann Babcock, Jesse Brindisi, Louise Catalano, Giboney Whyte, Christine Vernone, Marie Palmeri, Antoinette Antonucci, Rosalind Avdoian, SECOND ROW: Irene Jcicquish, Jim Milne, Ronald Moretti, Jane Bryant Barbara Masters Ernie Bevilacqua Ernie Gambaro Melinda Hill Jackie Fernandez Pat Merino Bob Bocek Lynna Sedlak Dorothy Dahlgren Annette Faso AI Artuso, Sam Battaglia, Louise Gillick Emily Wallace Lynda Hart man, Annette Faiola, THIRD ROW Louis McCarty Richard Kochan Bill Maleskis, Gordon Slipko, Robert Kennedy Paul Ross Steve Wieloszynski, Richard Margeson. I if I I sw . 'W ' V "jf fi 1 na.. f kj V " xref- I 4100: M. it Q u Q. v T LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Priscilla De Vantier, Bernadette Mar- Didising. THIRD ROW: Mr, C, Long, Robert Bocek Steve Wieloszyn tina, Willa Showers, Ellen Butler. SECOND ROW: Tony Jircitano, ski, Andrew Jorgensen, Tom K'Burg, Bill Kochan. Jim Silvaggi, Janet Holstrom, Evelyn Hilliard, David Shields, John I KS ll x :RN Stardust Staff Writers' Workshop under the capable supervision ot Mr. Charles Long gives young hopefuls their chance to display their creative talents. This year work done in class was entered in contests. Many ot these works were published in Annual Anthologies. The best at the short stories, essays, plays, and poems are printed and pub- lished in the vvorkshop's annual production ot "Stardust Magazine" which is put on sale to the student body. Just as the dust ot the heavens is gathered together to form huge constellations so is the work ot these students gathered to form "Stardust Magazine." Editors LEFT to RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Priscilla DeVantier John Didising, Steve Wieloszynski, Tom KBurg SECOND ROW: Bernadette Martino, Tony Jircitano David Shields, Robert Bocek. + X A ,df 19. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jackie Fernandez, Diane Bonanni, Barbara Yucatan, Gretchen Haseley, Joann Page, Melinda Hill, Joanne Meacnurr, Barbara Masters. SECOND ROW: Judith Britton, Priscilla Defzictier, Eve ,'n Hare, Helgard Wienert, Rebecca Martin, Lois Buck, tfarian Forbes, Norma Heuer, Judith Melnotte, Sharon Pierce, Donna Nickerson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Thomas, Carol Honor A student is judged tor membership in the National Honor Society on the basis of his outstanding Scholar- ship, Leadership, Character, and Service. In ancient Greece, a youth, betore entering the military service, had to take an oath swearing to live up to these same ideals. New senior members ol the NFHS chapter ol the Honor Society were honored at an induction dinner in the fall, at which time Miss Lucille Carella, community ambassador to Israel, was the guest speaker. ln January the Honor Society presented a fifteen minute broad- t I, V' ,ff .-'A If A ' 7 t '. . 54 itwl X A I O'Conner, Mary Cecile Schultz, Dorothy Fabin, Clyde Riley, John Didising, Robert King, Carolyn Golanka, Mary Ann Sanfilippo, Jane Bryant. Fourth Row: Robert Bocek, Bernadette Taczak, Lionel Hutkott, Jeswold Salacuse, Anthony Gallo, Sam Lowe, Paul Ross, Stephen Davis, Alice Heidenreich. Society cast on "NPI-IS on the Air." It took the torrn of a panel discussion of colleges and college entrance require- ments. The Honor Society is also a sponsor of the fruit machine in the cafeteria. On February 22, new members were inducted in an assembly. They were later honored ata dinner with the LaSalle Honor Society. Olticers of the society are: Judy Melnotte, president, Stephen Davis, vice-president, Barbara Masters, sec- retary, and Donna Nickerson, treasurer. Miss Jeannette Wylie is the faculty advisor. Officers LEFT to RIGHT: Stephen Davis, Judy Mel nottc, Barbara Masters, Donna Nickerson Miss J. Wylie. I 1 fm W I - ., it QM Q K f"l.C'a sts "Hard at Work" SEATED: Miss D. Hutson. LEFT to RIGHT STANDING: Miss T. Rasmusseng Miss Mitchell, Library The library is something which the Greeks and Ro- mans did not have. Today the students would have a hard time getting along without the library. The most valued room in Niagara Falls High School is the library vvhere students go to study, to use reter- ence books, dictionaries, pamphlets and books ot all kinds which can be taken out. About 26 girls at the beginning of the year volunteer their services in the LEFT to RIGHT: SEATED: Jessie Brindisi, Ann Zartman, Sandra Walezak, .Ioan Mis, Marian Pietkiewicz, Joan Thweatt. LEFT to RIGHT: STANDING: Catherine Surace, Alice Crunkilton, Elsa Sweet, library. They work each period and before and after school. Among their duties are desk work, checking books in and out, recording attendance, keeping the books and shelves in order, answering requests tor var- ious material and informing students at their reserves and overdues. Through their vvork they learn to work with people, to do some clerical work and use a library to its fullest advantages, Jeanette Townsend, Mary Ann DiPoti, Patsy Platt, Carol Anderluh Carolyn Naughton, Sylvia Sawczyk, Pat Watrobag Jacqueline Kane Elizabeth O'Bresley, Barbara Star, Nancy Lee Gratto. T qv SEATED: Carol O'Connerg Jacqueline BriTTon. LEFT To RIGHT, 13' Nancy ,Lee GraTTog Janet Garrechtf Karhleen Johnstang Becky STANDING: Mary Cecile SchulTzp Nancy Lauzaug Angela Ranallif Marling Marie Bongiorno, Evelyn Brown, Louise Gillickg Alice Heidenreichg Hedria Porrathf The Clinic ln The Times of The Greeks and Romans There was no aid Tor The sick as There is Today. There were no clinics To go To Tor help, Today The sTudenTs of Niagara Falls High School are provided wiTh a school clinic in case of any illness, The services of The school clinic are many and varied. AT The beginning of The year sTudenTs are chosen To help assisT The clinic's Teacher-nurse Miss Helen Mc- Carney. These sTudenTs are Taught The elemenTs of ad- minisTering TirsT-aid and how To Take compleTe charge of The clinic in Miss McCarney's absence. They are Taught how To prepare bandages, whaT To be used on cuTs, etc. They Try To make The sTudenTs as comTorTable as possible. The clinic plays an irnporTanT inTergral parT in main- Taining The healTh and welfare of The sTudenTs of Niag- ara Falls High School. Mrs. Buckley checks teeth gl Say ah-h-h-!" T if' mt ,,,,,. gamut ef' Ui n CUB' E54 IWW ' T can is .. ,flgll va' , ' H H ' N .WA F' T -vs K Z! g ,T I y, -1 :ai is T ' l mimi! ,sas i l l l l' LEFT to RIGHT: Priscilla DeVantier, Charles Flay. LFFT to RIGHT: Nancy Steelting, Alice Heidenreicr, Rosalie tvlafnenf Priscilla De Vantier, Janet Garrecht. School Store The School Store, located betvveen the main ollhce and the clinic, and supervised by Miss Virginia Donohue, sells to the students almost any supplies they may need. Notebook paper, typing paper, pencils, erasers, book- keeping paper, shorthand notebooks and various other LEFT to RIGHT, SEATED: Carol Anderluh. STANDING: Rosalie Manson, Judy Bennett, Miss V, Donohue, Advisor, Dorothy Misch, itenis are on sale every morning betore scnool and during the lunch periods. The proceeds tront the sale of these items in the school store go to the Student Council to be used tor school activities. Janet Garrecht, Nancy Stoeltingg Chuck Flay, Peggy Chambers, Priscilla DeVaniier, Alice Heidenreich. 'V 4-is QP 1' 9' X ri. ii 3 S i i i l it i .ist LEFT to RlGHT, FIRST ROW: Barry Rose, Catherine Bovier, Frances Wustraclc, James Brunn, Michael Tecchio, Carolyn Golanlca, Nancy Leiner. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Lovett, ,lane Logan, Rodney Aus- tin, Carl Brenner, Ronald Burton, Rudy Maida, Gerald Parenti, Dennis Milleville, Lynna Sedlak, Jon Parsons, Nancy Lauzaug Barb- l ara Ayers. THIRD ROW: Bill Haney, Betty Smith, Donald Shrimpton, Tony Ventresca, John DeSantis, Carl Parnella, Barbara Star, Steve Wieloszynslci, Richard Finleyp Joe Reele, Jacqueline Joseph, Kearney Watson, Mr. J. Hadden, Romeo Russo, Len Camannf Edward l-leiderp Sandra Anthony. Qrchestra The students at Niagara Falls High School have a much greater opportunity to produce beautiful music than the Romans had one thousand years ago, not only because ot the greater variety and improvement ot in- struments, but also because of the ever increasing num- ber ot selections produced by the great artists. Mr, Hadden during this, his first year at Niagara Falls High Ufirlliflilfilli limb, '.. il ful 9 M Carfax' School, has brought much at this music to the attention of his students, l-le has taught them to appreciate music and to play instruments for their ovvn enioyment and tor the enioyment at others. The Orchestra has ottered entertainment at assemblies and school plays through- out the year. if 3 in - dr. r 'gf' N l , , 'R W 'T in 9 c S i" " P l ff' , . l ,Q PTE A me JFA5 Band This year our school has had a very outstanding band, not only a bigger band, consisting ot thirty-ive members, but a better band. Our new director, Mr. Hadden, has helped the band produce stellar perform- ances in assemblies at our school and at Junior High School assemblies. They have done various formations LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Dennis Milleville, Jane Logan, Rudy Maida, Wayne Miller, Carl A. Brenner, Rodney Austin, Joe Reele, John Bleecher, Steve Wieloszynski. SECOND ROW: David Curtiss, Alice Crunkilton, Lynna Sedlak, Jon Parsons, Ronald Burton, Paul Spinley, Norman Kenny, Anthony Virtuoso, Ronald Reed, Richard at our football games and played at the Veteran s Day ceremony, Our school band has contributed a great deal to the enthusiasm of the students of the Niagara Falls High School. Finley. THIRD ROW: John DeSantis, William Haney, Carl Parnella, Michael Tecchio, Tony Ventresca, Donald Shrimpton, James Brunn, Jacqueline Joseph, Kearney Watson, Len Carnann, Edward Heider, Mr. J. Hadden, Romeo Russo, Paul Beam. K s '1 .5 Q Q E E , Q I l 1 r x ily ,li E 5 T to RIGHT FIRST ROW Barbara Star Connie Canfield Barbara Davidson Beverly Nixon Carole Meyers Joanne Meacham Patricia rsaro, Donna Niclferson: Anita Ricotta' Elaine Buclcholtz- Eugenia delek. SECOND ROW: Karin Kosoc, Louise Ann Nanea, Muriel Bradt, gela Cacciatore, Jaan Perricelli, Jean Saraceni, Weanett Sanders, n Gornicki, Dorothy Drozdowslci, Suzanne Batemann, Nancy Mac- onald. THIRD ROW: Marian Forbes- Fay Clantz- Marion Crombie, andra Shammot, Theresa Surman, Suzanne DAmica, Arline Heinz, FOURTH ROW: Jeanette Oates, Darlene Dunn, Nancy Lauzau Phyllis Slesinsla Joann Page Patricia Lauzonis, Judy DAnna Judy ONeiII Carol Boniella Dorothy Jansen Gay Mort, Shirley COZZI, FIFTH ROW: Esther Himes, Barbara Macdonald, Carol Carol Pagano, Sandra Fadel, Emily Heath' Patricia Murphy, Norma Burgess, Annette Faiola, Lynda Hartman, Mary Moore. SIXTH ROW: Elsa Sweet, Dianne Gandt, Jessie Brindisi, Nina Dean, Mary Ann Goodnow' Karen Lake, Sandra Plurneri, Kathryn Jones, Mary Ann Westlund. F a My jf. A 1-jd' . V, Y Q , .5 0f ij' Ti' gmE!bi I 3 E y ., Q, 3, ip- 9 33 ,si 2 I 7' FI A r . y LAW, 01 -W . fe LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Trudy Burns, Norma Kew, Audrey Piegnet, Nancy Rankie, Stella Mele, Joanne Cermalc, Judith Printup, Dorothy Johnson, Kathleen Johnston, Fran Wustrack, Inez Sansalone, Marie Loverde, Barbara Marino, SECOND ROW: Joyce Ogden, Betty Kosut, Nancy Crow, Barbara Legge, Kathy McKenna, Dorene Fenton, Marilyn Deschler, Ellen Pedlow, Elaine Sarour, Sandra Wade, Julie DeCost, Joyce Beckett. THIRD ROW: Barbara Mrzygud, Linda Young, Sandra The High School Chorus was organized in i924 by Mr. H. A. Spencer, now Supervisor of Music tor the public schools in Niagara Falls. During its 32 years ot existence, in which time there have been four directors, the chorus has maintained a high standard of ac- complishment. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Sherry Mayville, Sandra Walezale, Janet George, Carol Kirch, Janet Rader, Barbara Daniels, Shirley LaMantia, Gretchen Bauer, Ann McNeil, Pat Paterson, Dorothy Jean Dahlgreen, Gloria LaPoint. SECOND ROW: Brenda Ainsworth, Jude Bilson, Kirstin A Patricia Martinez Ruth Sturdvant, Nancy Heisner, Alice Heidenreich, Dorothy Sitelc, Jean Edukonis, Jackie Fernandez, Rose Sirianni, Madeline Catalano. FOURTH ROW: Morley Carl, Ray Specht, Ron Malacarne, Jaclc McGuire, Julio Ciavaglia, George Charter, Carl Parnella, Gretchen Livingston. FIFTH ROW: Michael Tecchio, Sam Williams, James Nawroclci, Barry Rose, Robert Lynch, James Vilardo, Melvin Bates. OYUS It is a most impressive experience to hear I7O voices blend into one massive tone, under the guidance of their present conductor, Mr. W. A. Scotchmer. The chorus is a place for all music lovers to enioy singing, regardless of their vocal talents. Among their many activities, the chorus always takes a major part in the Christmas Assembly. Clark, Barbara Ann De Fazio, Sharon House, Barbara Thomas, Hen- rietta Cicero. THIRD ROW: James Milne, Stephen Davis, Leo Bax, William Thompson, Otto Redanz, Alan Ellis, Paul Dimond, Eleanor Cooke. FOURTH ROW: Paul Hartenberger, Richard Margeson, Stephen John V ntrilla J Thomas Senese. 'T' ,gg 5.f,vvgi?127t X 'f,,g5i'lf?' ' f slew' ' '?,,.-f'!l is-.1-. 'tn LEFT to RlGHT, FIRST ROW: Julia Ciavaglia, Angelo Ventrilla, Jr., Richard Margeson, Otto Redanz, Melvin Bates, James Milne, Sam Williams, Jim Vilardo, Ray Specht, Leo Bax, Stephen Davis, Carl Parnella, Betty Smith, Annette Faiola, Mary Ann Geddes, Theresa Surman, Fay Clontz, Geraldine Goulah, Donna Nickerson, Karen Kosoc, Joanne Meacham, Barbara Daniels, Norma Kew, Patricia Clark, Sharon House, Emily Wallace, Carol Kirch. SECOND ROW: 1 1 494,972 , . s '- 'A r 'i . , A 1 :YW di- nt 'sem 'E 55 ' et: i W l f l' . in N 'L :A R , 4 O ,LA ig n i 1' K 5: X . '. QW. ww.-fm'tv S I L - Tom Senese, Morley Carl, Barry Rose, John Olszewski, Steve Wieloe szynski, Michael Tecchio, James Nawrocki, Paul Hartenberger, Dorothy Drozdowski, Linda Gibbs, Patricia Murphy, Weanett Sanders, Sandra Walenzak, Janet George, Joann Page, Connie Canfield, Judy ONeill, Shirley LaMantia, Muriel Bradt, Jean Eclukonis, Fran Wustrack, Sandra Sturdevant. lnset: Mr. W. Scotchmer, Director. A Cappella ln l932, Mrs. Martin, the former Helen Clement, or- ganized the hrst A Cappella Chorus. This select group ot voices has been an outstanding high school singing group ever since. The two words, A Cappella, from the Latin, meaning, out of the chapel, explain the organ- ization perfectly. Outside a chapel there was no organ or musical instrument used, hence today, an A Cappella Chorus sings without accompaniment. For the l5th year in succession the chorus is under the direction of Warren A. Scotchmer. This year, the group of titty voices has had an engagement nearly every month. They have made many appearances be- 7 tore service clubs, church groups and in various schools of the city, The group has also taken part in the Lenten Series at St. Pauls, in March, the Christmas assembly, and the graduation exercises, ln this present day, sometimes referred to as, The Age of Jazz, the A Cappella Chorus makes us conscious of our great wealth of good music, by their beautiful interpretations of the spirituals, hymns, anthems, and lullabys known throughout the world. And the sweet strains of the Benediction, used as their closing prayer, invariably leave tears in the eyes of the audience. LEFT to RlGHT: Richard Tyrang Robert Price. Lights On! O 0: C A 1 . 5 f fl ji M' D N.c0S7:Q5 Stage Crew The ancient Greeks were particularly noted tor their drama. Plays were presented primarily in outdoor am- phitheaters and used little scenery or costumes, and no lighting. The stage crew at Niagara Falls High School builds sets, works the lights and curtains, and, in gen- eral, performs necessary, but seldom recognized tasks ln addition to working on high school performances they also aid outside organizations who sponsor pro- grams in the high school auditorium. LEFT to RIGHT: Mr. F. Baggallay, Advisor, Henry Stewart? Carl A. Brennerg Richard Tyrang Melvin Batesg Larry DeMartino, Robert Price, . Mu.. vm X if Jfir 5 A ' I 'FV LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Alice Heidenreich, Rosemary Wolfingerg Nancy Lee Grattop Ellen Butler: Loretta Joseph, Helen Van Gorderg Mary Ann Sanfilippof Sandra Shammot, Mary Ann Balscockp Emily L. Heathg Joan Perricellip Barbara Marting Karla Shumwayp Marilyn Tobey. SECOND ROW: Irene Jacquish, Dolores Beorfootg Dorothy Sikorap Lynda Hartman, Joellen Valley: Marion Ochabg Mary Cecile Schultz, Jessie Brindisig Julie Volpe, Barbara Bank, Pat Mackenzie, Patricia Corsarog Sally Mae Molinaro. Usher Squad The lictors of ancient Rome were organized to escort their nobles Thus the usher squad at Niagara Falls High School was founded in 1927 The girls are called upon to assist at many activities held in our Auditorium both for school and outside functions One can always see their smiling faces at the graduation exercises and other activities which include the plays concerts and lectures This year under the supervision of Miss Lucy Mass: milian and their captain Alice Heidenreich the girls have faithfully performed their many duties among which are the taking of tickets and helping people to find their seats Q? ug l Wit W! T 5 1,4-. C1 N3 aw LEFT To RIGHT, SEATED: CynThia Klirneckog Miss Mary Gaurlay. STANDING: Marla Bale: Mary Jane Bakery Margie VVeaver, Nancy Lauzau, Lessie Marfing Miss C. Morrissey, Alice Crunkihon, Marie Barone LareTTa l-lvazda. School Office AT Niagara Falls High School The seaT aT all acTiviTies is The rnain oTTice. VViTh The aid of several girls, Mrs. Agnes O'Brien and Miss Mary Gourlay run The ofhce rriosT efTicienTly. Each morning The girls pick up The aTTendance cards Tram The horneraoms. EighTh period, under The super- vision of Miss Morrissey, They collecT The aTTendance sheeTs. LEFT To RIGHT: Marla Baleg Mariorie Wea- verg Miss C. Morrisseyg Marie Barone. Mary is kepT busy ansvvering various auesTions of The sTeady The svmchbaard and The sTrearn of sTudenTs hling ir each day. Mrs. O'Brien's Time is devoTed To Taking care of The pe-rmanenT record cards, checking diplomas ahd hling ouT college TranscripTs, Mrs. Agnes O'Brien, Y .y'1 s v fig Q. LEFT To RlGHT: Alice Heidenreichp John Didisingg Mr. J. Edwards, Poul Ross. Experimenfing Science Club AT The Time when Rome vvos in her glory, The greoT Thinkers ond scienTisTs of The doy were occusTomed To ossemble ond discuss scienTific discoveries ond progress. They Tried To moke discoveries in Their minds vviThouT expe-rimenTing. So olso do our young Thinkers ond sci- enTisTs of Niogoro Folls High School ossembled under The leodership of Mr. John Edvvords. BUT Todoy The oc- cepTed meThod of scienTiTic sTudy is noT obiecTive Think- ing buT roTher observoTion ond experimenToTion. These sTudenTs hove been observing science in ocTion oT mony of The TocTories in our comrnuniTy ond hove been ex- LEFT To RIGHT: FIRST ROW: PciTricici Coisorog Giboney Vvhyfe, SECOND ROW: Roy Besfg Nnncy PinizoTTi, Joellen Volleyp Cotherihe Bovierp Koren Bolyordg Alice Heidenreich, Paul Rossg Joe Elin, John perimenhng vviTh such ideos os The eTTecT of rodioocTiviTy on vvhiTe mice ond The mechonism ond useTulness of The elecTronic broin, Poul Ross, presidenT, oided by John Diclising, vice- presidenf, ond Toby Heidenreich, combined secreTory ond Treosurer, hos led The ocTiviTies of The Science Club vvhich olso include The presenToTion of inTormoTion con- cerning science scholorships To The members ond The orronge-menTs OT exhibiTs in The cobineTs of The TourTh Tloor onnex holl. Uioisingg Howard Kushnerf lvir. John Edvvords, Dovid Shields, EsTher Himes, Sylvio Sowczykf Phyllis Bogol, DoroThy Dohlgreng Lindo Kulp, 1 L img' fi, H3453 E- ff.-9 H ite Drama Wednesday morning February lst we were all in good spirits. Why? Dont you remember? The Drama Class under the direction of Mr. Frank Baggallay pre- sented a hilarious comedy My Wife Henry that morn- ing in assembly. Cornelia Pitts an energetic young woman was struggling to put her husband Winston through Medic- al School when he decided he didnt want to be a doctor. Winston was too sheepish to tell her though so he let it ride tor a time and took up writing. In connection with this Winston became closely involved with the Editor of "Woods and Brooks," and when poor Behind the Scenes LEFT to RIGHT Mr F Baggallay Director Madge Cicco Joan Perricelli Dan Curry Henrietta Cicero Larry DeMartino Class Cornelia finally found out she was extremely perturbed. The tire really sizzled though when she discovered the Editor was a sleek young woman only disguised as a man. In order to give more people practical experience on the stage Mr. Baggallay selected a double cast which included- Larry DeMartino and Anthony Grazanti as Winston Pitts- Madge Cicco and Anita Forgione Cornelia Pitts- Henrietta Cicero and Beverly Nixon as Aunt Mabel- .loan Perricelli and Theresa DAvolio as Mary Lou Beasely- and Daniel Curry and Anthony Ven- tresca as Harold Oberrnan. LEFT to RIGHT: Larry DeMartino, Henrietta Cicerog Madge Ciccof Joan Perricelli, Dan Curry. Cl 5 A P i ,L as L. ,.L Q XJ' 1 MA , Mi- ,Q , - 2. R B is 555 M E E3 it ig sf 3 V ge t , M- Xi. ,. , , Qggfffgi -2, 2- is 3 . . . ... A . N -- W . so ,.., SK 112 A 'Z x f Ei? Sl gf is -..,,,.s.. , ZIV: tgxwi h -un.: px - 'L L -M... . ag Q.: K. ,lf LEFT to RIGHT FIRST ROW Joyce Rose Catherlne Bovler John Blasuccl Gnboney Whyte Kathryn Jones Sylvta Sawczyk SECOND ROW Wayne Brougham Stephen Davls Jeswald Salacuse Paul Ross Howard Kushner United Nahons For the past szx years the Buffalo Councul on World Affairs and the International Relations Clubs of Cantslus College D Youvtlle College the New York State College for Teachers and the Untversuty of Buffalo have spons ored a Model General Assembly of the Unuted Natuons Each year snnce approxlmately oO hugh schools n Western New York have sent delegates to Buffalo each chool I rw cnttng a drfferent United Natton member tt lottfr half of l955 Naagara Ecll Hlgh Sct was asslgned by the sponsors to repre ent Czechoslo valaa On the fnrt of December a group of students wtth prepared topics on Czechoslavalaa assembled an Room BOO undcr the supervusuon of Mlss Lucy Mas :mtl lan lvl! s Thyra Rasmussen Mrs Dorothy Mahoney and Mlss Jeanette Vvylse to choose the delegates to the I956 Assembly on I-lprll I4 Eleven were selected to go and 'wgfffa nX x ltfmh Mlilgll :ya-gm Cbmmlffee Chdlrmen 0 J LEFT to RICI-IT Stephen Davis Jeswald aacuse John Blasuccl Paul Ross 0 3 Kathryn Jones K Vdhilky' offlcers and commlttee members were appolnted as follows Chatrman John Buasuccu Co Chaarman Howard Kushner Secretary Sylvua Sawczyk Polttucal and Secur tty Committee ldnscusses world polltlcal problems' Jes wald Salacuse and Guboney Whyte Economlc and Emanclal Commuttee tprovldes assistance to under de veloped areas Paul Ross and Joyce Rose Soctal and Eunancual Commlttce lassusts world unfortunates Kath ryn Jones and Catherine Bovler and Specnal Rolltscal Commuttee lnntroduces presslng problems to be dns cussed Stephen Davus and Wayne Brougham Thls model assembly IS for the purpose of stumulatlng Interest ID world problems and more especually to pro vlde opportunities to become acquainted wnth the pur poses and procedures of the Unuted Nattons 5 A, M ,I f Dr, K. 'tv Cs bk Xf 4, S.,-1 LEFT to RICHT: Sam Lovve, Nancy Lang, LEFT to RlGHT: Mr, M Leonard Perman, Mi, M, isefiforfi, ririi, Judy rfieimiie, College Ancl Scholarship Club Counsellor, The College Aid Scholarship Club is an organization open to all students vvho vvish to prepare themselves for the numerous examinations and problems that arise in connection vvith college admission, Through the fine guidance and tireless efforts ot Mr. lyiork R. Bedtord, all vvork together to solve the inevitable problems that arise, as to college qualifications, and the tiling ot applications tor admission and scholarships, Catalogues and application blanks for colleges all over the United States are available to members ot this club, Tests are administered to help each member dis- cover his strong and vveak points, so that he may con- centrate on his vveak subiects. This year vve took many examsl, among them vvere the Michigan Vocabulary LEFT to RlCvHT, FIRST ROW: Giboney Whyte, Jiickio Fernandez, Barbara Ayers, Melinda Hill, Catherine Bovierg Lea B11-4, Rr-becca Martin, Patricia Mei ino, Helgard Wienart, Janet G irrerht, Louise Gillick, Hecliia Porraih, Leonard Perrnan, SECOND ROW: Wrxyne Brougham, John Didising, Ernie Garnbarop Morley Carl, Stephen VS' lay Ca' l. Test, Essential l-ligh School Content Battery, Cooperatite School and College Ability Test, Nelson Denny Reading Test ilfocabulary and paragraph tcde Examinations. The great val came ouite evident vvhen irony o Entrance Examination Board Test. helped us gain some ot the co necessary. The program ot the club also S, plus xaried Apti- ce ot these tests be- ,. fer M us 'ook tire ccrlege l.'v'e teena they had nlidence i.-.hich is SO includes preparation ter the New York State Scltolaiship Exam, and the Achievement Tests ol the College boards. Through vtork in the Collogo and Scholarsl tp Club each student is provided the opportunity to work vvith others for his common goal ot improvement. D :.is, Nancy Lana Lxwlyn Brown: Due Shieldis, Eels Brncok, Sharon Pit-ice THlRD ROW: Bob Gall, Richard Maigjoson, Wiul Ross, Sam Leno, John Bimxnci, Jesvxald Sczlcircseg Lionel Hutkell, Mr. Mark R, Bedford, Aclvisoz, ,. is . X , 1 'tr Pwff 's-.n A Bedford, Melinda Q 5159 n una I-IONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES MSW mn if fnfnwrvnr hymn HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTEES K 5' 1.-ff 1591.4-4 Fhblanag , Jw M- "' mg, ' INDUCTION ASSEMBLY MEASURING FOR CAPS AND GOWNS DRIVER EDUCATION INTERVIEWING BOB BOCEK AT INDUCTION ASSEMBLEY LUNCH TIIVEI ART CLASS OWN TI-IE CORR DOR FUTURE HOUSEKEEPERS I 116 f , . 4' I fx I G I , 4',.II i , I V W , ,.I, QE 4 an hh l hi 4: u . Q Y ,I V, Qzfiyv 5 . A , K' K M 1 ' ' C H I Q II' . I I I T , J I. U l I -Iii 'BWI t - L 'I I , , I I ' .:.:- W . 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' s rr , A , i QA 1 x F TT' T I Yu figs Y A-, 1 '4 .Q . , yi:-I 4 ' 1 J Q-ss ly' tis'-u ,gt Ag? ,vs . , V, 1,1 I gil, gl . 1 I Lf"-it i- I Ji" "' Visit" itfw .Q - f X f I ,Q Z-'37 . , V N 1 . . ts, LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Joe Collogi, Manager, Ken Slonis, Daniel Potote, David Kinsley, Sam Robinson, Jerry Casper, Charles Colevecchia, James Richlin, Al Massoti, Richard Fulgenzi, Livio Donimari, Manager. SECOND ROW: Coach Mike O'LaughIin, Guy Romandi, Tony Celeste, Harold Terry, Michael Ventry, Ronald Malocarne, Ted Sniffen, Tony Gallo, Charles Peterson, Phil Meranto, William Schotz, Paul Harten- burger, Nicholas Babyak, Anthony Nicholas, Gary Gall. Baseball Baseball '55 found Niagara with its usual good crop of diamond men. A first game defeat at the hands of Lockport 2-5, hovvever, set the Cataracts off on the wrong foot, They were able to make a comeback, though, and finished the season in third place in the N,F.L. with a IO and 4 record. Shortstop Jerry Casper and catcher Chuck Colavecchia, two of the finest players in Niagara Falls history, played outstanding ball all season. Third-baseman, Chuck Peterson, lead the league in hitting with a 476 average. These three players, along with pitcher Ken Slonis and outfielder Phil Meranto, were all elected to the Gazette All City squad, With most of the bays returning in '56, mentor Mike O'LaughIin expects to have a well-balanced outfit. There is little doubt that this year the team will be a tough one to contend with. SEASONS RECORD NF OPP. Lockport 2- 9 5-I North Tonawanda 5- 4 2-3 LaSalle 3-I4 2-O Lackawanna I7- 8 2-3 Kenmore 84 2 7'6 Tonawanda O- 6 I-7 Trott 5- 5 4-O Track The cinders will fly when Coach "Doc" Parsons' trackmen take the field again this spring. With most of last year's squad returning, Niagara hopes to come up with one of her best group of runners and iumpers in recent years. Graduating members of the '55 team were: Edward White, Lou Morrell, Richard Learman, Paul Irish, Bob Tavano, Dave Gullet, Richard Ausderau, Harold Moll, Dick Spencer, Ralph Bennett, and Richard Pokrzyk. After successfully defending their City Championship for the nintl' straight year, the Cataracts went on to place fourth in both the N.F.L. and the Section VI finals, This year, however, "Doc's" boys expect to carry the Red and Gray right to the top. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ted Viele, Jerry Wenger, Richard Ausderau, Harold Moll, John Bleecher. SECOND ROW: Coach "Doc" Parsons, Steven Bernot, John Biasucci, Ralph Bennett, Richard Learmon, Arthur Elston, Jr., Manager. 1 x 2 1 ' 0 wi 5? Va.rsit5gwFo0tba1 INA fl Ag ALLEN DAX!! D REESER AVERY Lf-SCONYB ,ES CRLANBRELLK ,Ill-05 5 R O M AN GANCASZ. PAUL HARTENBERQER N ERAN TO ,Yi RALPH SCOZ AVA Ons, ROSHWF ANTHONY 'bn RONALD HAS-ACARNE JACK M'GU1RE' f RON GOR DGJN SLWKO RQCQTTA TEA? SNSFFEN if BILL. Bl L WILLIAMSON JJ- . L 3 ' 2 J '?g 5,7 E 'RLXXAXS , V v . fy N31 is 1 S h T 'fx I b a , x NM U R ' ' J J 'Lk . mx LEFT to RIGHT FIRST ROW Robert Sturnpo Ted Sniften Dolphus Davis .lack McGuire Duane Darker and .ler y Calandrelll CO Captains Gor don Sliplco Ronald Malacarne William Farley Tony Gallo Noinan Oswild Manager SECOND ROW Ted Vlele Phil Meranto Ronwld Fadel Roman Gincasz Robert Bocek Ralph Scozzafiya Frank Robins Robert Lynch Raul H ntenbergei THIRD ROW Coach Mike OLaughlin J Allen ck u rano on Mort es Condino Arthur Spei U i 1 otz 'i VV: i son J e Bruno Pete Vnccaiella Jerr Mic Roocit Wish it Bruce Johnson Asst Coach Dave Reeser Football S rtrng oft the season on a muddy field the Niwqwrw qiidde s were immedi tely bogged down with a tie by Laclxavmni 1 Ou Picktnq up speed however the Cataracts won the next thiee waht and appeared to be heading tor on undetected season Noith Teiawandu unfortunately ruined any hopes of that by dawning Cowch Mike O Laughlin s boys 206 also on a drenched field Despite an wdditional loss to Olean ID an exhibition game Niagam did succe d in coming NCHS SEAQC N1 RECO LC' km wnna T v xx nclw L S RD OPP with a ry redltable 5 win 2 ss i 1 i tw the N Santo Candella Duane Parker Bill Schotz Ron Malacoine and Jerry Calandielli were chosen to the Gazette All City Team Santo Candella and Duane Parker also :raking All League LEFT to RlGHT FIRST ROW Daniel Ventry Kenneth Neil Brian OCon ner, Robert Ritchling Charles Cyphersp Chuck Stepanianp Richard Os- wald. SECOND ROW: Larry Pacilicop Michael Scozzatavag Robert Switzer, Kenneth Emmons, William Blalceg Robert Zuccari- Ralph Genoe K lTlTT le North Tonivvnndw Olewn witi L L it Tiott vese No mein Osvywld N4 THIRD ROW Olnu ln ert K kg Will" Ji lrc, 5 'i ' f' 'Qty ' . Cnrizzig Edwar a yg Marion G mix- 7 or N ', , ' L1 Q Pete' Marraf Coa Avery Li.cornb. ibn. n ' g nplflhx xx JOHN EHASUCCI SLIPKO BOB ARMSTQONG BF-WNARD food PARSONS coAcH KEN 1-'sx.oN 'f S COWART ARSITY ASKETBALL 122 I-w--qw-vw-4-..h,.L,Q,. 1 'QA x"'7 O! we-fs 4 . LL5 ml-I-S t "mr'si.Ls" USAF T, I QU 85,9 ' SGQQ Q 's I LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: John Jackson, Ken Slonis, co-captains, Bob Armstrong, Al Artuso. SECOND ROW: Dolohus Davis, Managerf Gordon Slipkog Tony Gallo, John Biasucci, Coach "Doc" Parsons. NOT PICTURED: Otis Cewart, Coecaptain. Varsity Basketball "Our boys are green and inexperienced, therefore we may have a NIAGARA FALLS OPPONENTS tough time,'f said Coach "Doc" Parsons before the '55-'56 basketball Dec. I6 57 Trott 53 season had begun. Unfortunately, his prophecy came true. This year's 20 35 Lockport basketball squad wound up in fifth place with a 6 win, 8 loss record Jan. 6 39 N. Tonawanda 45 in league competition. However, this was by no means the whole I3 79 LaSalle 43 story. With the exception of two or three games, every loss our team I7 53 Lackawanna 66 suffered was a painfully close decision, only being settled during the 20 59 Kenmore 70 final seconds of play. Even then our boys never once gave up fighting, Q7 55 Tonawanda 52 but instead showed their courage right down to the wire. Maybe this Feb. 3 52 Trott 35 year's team didn't finish with a long string of victories, but it did amass 7 56 Lockport 34 a fine record for good sportsmanship and fighting spirit-and thot's IO 68 N. Tonawanda 54 something we would rather have any clay! I7 44 LaSalle 63 QI 47 Lackawanna 60 28 49 Kenmore 66 Mar. 2 55 Tonawanda 5 Junior Varsity LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jack Rufrano, Jim Condino, Ted Vieleg Darrel Eckert, Ron Mort, Coach Sam Rotella. SECOND ROW: James Mosley, Peter Marrag Leonard Caminan, Myron Wrobelg Lynn Bebbe. as ' , into 45, H- I QW wt ,f , 7 I I' lj A I V ,9 5419 G ' X9 35 4 TW 29, xxtinmu Yxandfai 'I L X. A LX-C' a-4466, 'Q 'T ,Q W 3 4? 5 i LEFT TW RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jgzmff ETTQQT, Radwrd FHTQ, Om", GUN, POTQ Sf-ago-7 Jcv Emtong BTH Tuuliw-TTT-, fdniwc E .4'x T SECOND ROW: BTU Wwfmnvcr, Pix. nd Noomzr, Bryzme D':TTiyg RTwTTip ETTTQnTef TCW' ivvairg,-.f-, ANKJT Ei'gv.e31 D:.-- Siwwfdsg CCXTT Eizmd Qiwzcv' Varsity Swimming C3261 Dana Rt'?E'S'f'V'S V7'C"'iE'T'T Twzzd ru Tnir 56-'xsom TMS ye' ':f, vvwning NTAGARA OPPONENTS TTT:-,-g we-QTS Whig- Tcswg SCVEW Nmgmra QUT CTT To 3 goczi STTVT by D95 3 58 L51SgHg T"p'iTrwg 'Huw :TM 4,:f ,TSNL-, bm TOST The rwxT 'ML-T T: Tie I4 I6 N. 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Joe Orsig Dan Lfzfrobeeg Joe SCQIQTTQTQ Joe Csmtw SECOND ROW: Couch Drwnd Reese: Bob Rvlhlirv, Daniel Monrce, P Newman Murfeiiig RQbQvTf'kd,1'Y13, BTTT ET:TT1g ROPJQTT Hughesg Rimcid Levwsg Edwmd Sealy. 2 I x T T 'D ,. - ,., .. v ...I 'mf Kfmkolenskl, 'M I 4 A .. -2 1 xx' .,1 Nw-f ,..wv" f M: 'vt LEFT to RlGHT: Dale Ursprung, Jeswald Salacuseg James Solurig Richard Tyrang Robert Arrnstrongg Lynn Beebe, Mr. John Sharp, Coach. !3oH ln 1955, the Cataract golfers took first place in the Niagara Frontier League with a fine 7 win, l tie record. They also defeated Lewiston Porter in two non-league meets. coaching of Mr, John Sharp. Seniors on the squad wereg Elliot Putnam, Hugh Murphy and Tennh The spring of '55 found Coach Ed Stafford again hard at work with his tennis proteges. His efforts showed good results as the team compiled a satisfactory 4-3 record. Williczmson, and Roman Gancasz. Hank Lisowski. Returning to the links for NFHS, this yea we Jeswald Salacuse, Bob Armstrong and Lynn Beebe with the continued Seniors on the squad were: Jim Ritphlin, Paul Ruben Frank Sacco and Jim Schwooh. Returning lettermen this year are: Steve Davis Bill LEFT to RIGHT: Bruce Johnson, William Willianisong Gary Browng Mr. E. Stafford, Coachg Roman Gancaszg Stephen Davis. 1 1' 'Z' 'SQ if? i 9 us Q STRLITTING ON THE STEPS. JUNIOR GIRLS ATHLETIC MANAGERS THE GIRLS IN ACTION, Girls Sports ATHLETIC AWARDS SENIOR GIRLS ATHLETIC MANAGERS JUDY AND BECKY BADMINTON CHAMPS BRENDA SCORES 126 1 , 7 o , Z- I gr! , in 41 i ., NME- K,:?M 'W' 4 'xii V. . 'ge ., ,1 A W . Qu? .-'P v " , 5 9.3 ,A . wff' 4? 41-1 Q' TTFN - 1 'l I s f ,- . 4 ' f 3' , ' fggw 3 Q f 3 , b Q I 11 4 ' H V. K lf L 1 ,9 fi f W A ,H fx.-f 1 '-1? JA ,. H ls '1 4 K LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Becky Martin, Nancy Lang, Joan An- drews, Edna Wilson, Miss M. McDougall. SECOND ROW: Sandy Winker, Donna Phillips, Lois D'Amelio, Jacqueline Kane, Beverly Ortner, Anita Fargione, Sally Molinaro, Louise Szydlowski, Nancy Petti, THIRD ROW: Nancy Heisner, Sandy Arbanas, Mary Lou Swim All of America has come to realize the great im- portance in knowing howto swim. Of course, the Amer- ican Red Cross Beginners' Test must be passed in order to be graduated. The system of using Swim Leaders has proved to be very valuable in helping the instructor. They work with the students and besides helping the individuals they have gained invaluable training and experience themselves. Life Saving LEFT to RlGHT: Anita Forgione, Lois D'Am- elio, Mary Jane Dobrasz, Rosalie Scott, Joan Andrews, Janice Cutler, Kathleen Johnston, Geraldine Halter, Nancy Heisner, Sue Anthony, Jacqueline Kane, Edna Wil- son, Linda Lockwood, Nancy Lang, Miss M. McDougall. Reid, Kathy McKenna, Carolyn Naughton, Pat Harbatowski, Doro- thy Sitek, Ellen Swain, Kathleen Johnston, Janet Garrecht, JoAnn Polin, Helena Stone, Gretchen Haseley, Joann Meacham, Louise Ann Nanea, Christine Umholtz, Pat Baldwin, Dolores Bearfoot, Janice Lambert, Mary Lou D'Amuro. Leaders Life-Saving classes are held for more advanced swimmers. Besides being prepared for emergencies, the students receive a certificate that enables them to be a lifeguard on beaches and at pools. To enter these classes, one must be able to swim one fourth of a mile. Now advanced swimmers can join a synchronized swimming class as well as the Life Saving classes. In this class the students learn to swim gracefully and even swim to music. Synchronized Swimming LEFT to RIGHT: Joan Andrews, Rebecca Martin, Nancy Lang, Gerry Halter, Rosa- lie Scott, Edna Wilson. oooooo WALK Q ' , ,- r X te? 'gn HQ F! H l . ri? 2 LFFT to RlGl'lT. ROW: Jeonetie .1 'rf . i : YQ TT s 1 1 i, '-Yr' HPD. Y t FIRST ROW: Judy Melnotteg Brenda Lenz, Barbara Macdonaldg Sylvia Sawczyk. SECOND Ootesf Carol Pagnnog Donna Phillips, Joanne Blockley. NOT PICTURED: Becky Martin Badminton Baclnintorw, popular this year as always, brought out 70 Juniors for doubles, 38 seniors tor doubles, and 47 seniors for singles. The elimination tournament this year was under the adyisorship of Miss F. Morse. Emerg- ing victorious from the senior ranks of douloles were Judy Melnotte and Becky Martin. The runners-up were Table ln the spring of '55 the table tennis tournaments were held under the direction ot f.'.iss F. Morse. The Seniors singles winner was Joan Solouri, who defeated Marge Kaczenski, QT-TQ, QT-5. Sheila Lynch and Grace Mathews defeated Pamela French and Delia Duffy, Brenda Lenz and Joan Andrews. Becky Marlin Won the singles competing against Brenda Lenz. In the iunior section of doubles Barbara lyiacdonald and Sylvia Sawczyk upset Donna Phillips and Joanne sigckiey, 15-7, T8-14. Tennis Qi-9, QT-To tor the seniors doubles. Junior singles champion was Becky Martin, who defeated Sally Renda QT-9, QT-ll. In doubles, Jane Bryant and Melinda Ftill detected Joyce Olszefyski and Sara Heembrock, Qlfo, QT-lo. LEFT to RiGHT, STANDING: Madeline Cotalanog Joanne Blackleyg Betty Cowling, Melinda Hillg Jane B-yumntg Sfirfi Heemlyock, Joyce Olzewskig Donna Phillipsg Becky Martin. I LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Babcock, Joan Andrews, Catherine Bakarich. SECOND ROW: Rosalind Avdoian, Anita Barbero, Barbara Andrews. Each Tuesday and Wednesday night during Octo- ber and November senior and iunior girls were compet- ing for top honors in volley ball tor their grade. From 8 senior teams playing a round robin tourna- ment roll-call T50 with Mary Ann Babcock as captain became the winners. The team members included, Bar- bara Andrews, Joan Andrews, Rosalind Avdoian, Anita Barbero, and Catherine Bakarich. A combination ot Roll Calls, 40l, l5l, and 254 with Jerre Weinstein as captain tied tor second place with roll calls 302 and 303 whose captain was Sally Molinaro. Jerre's team included: Edna Wilson, Ann Zartman, Judy Bennet, Diana Wilson, Alice Heidenreich, Doris Hall, Janet Holstrom, and Sara Heembrock while the members of Volley Ball 'vga LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Lois D'Amelio, Joyce Price, Eleanor Cooke. SECOND ROW: Janet Rader, Mattie Carter, Linda Lockwood. Sally's team were: Shirley Miller, Joan Mis, Carol Moore, Ruth Mosely, Donna Nickerson, Pauline Novak, Joann Page, Nancy Pinizotti, and Marilyn Tobey. Twelve iunior teams also competed in a round rob- in tournament. Roll calls T53, 354, and 25l combined to take the championship with Janet Rader as their cap- tain. The team members included, Gloria Daniels, Mattie, Carter, Eleanor Cooke, Joyce Price, Ann Hodgkiss, Lois D'Amelio, and Linda Lockwood. The runner up roll call T02 and 304 with captain Pat Bakota included: Virginia Emerson, Janis Barone, Sue Anthony, Minerva Mt. Pleasant, Penny Appoloney, Mary Murphy, and Sally Marshall. Gym Leaders LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Sally Mae Molinaro, Shirley Miller, Eleanor Kuchinski, Marlene Fiscus, Rose Marie Laps, Judith Bennett, Jerre Ann Vtleinstein, Rosalind Avdoian, Annette Faso. SECOND ROW: Marietta Costas, Emily Heath, Carol Brotzer, Dianne Blank, Doris Hall, Donna Phillips, Patricia Clark, Joan Andrews, Mary Lou Stone, Barbara Macdonald, Priscilla Detfantier. THIRD ROW: Willa Showers, Gail Czarnecki, Ann Zartman, Joevene Ricciato, Mary Ann Babcock, Joanne Blackley, Joan Mis, Patricia Sikora, Mary Ripley, Janet Holstrom, Janice Lambert. R2 as LEFT to RIGHT: Russ Mariglia, Santo Candellag Adeline Orzettig Phil Merantog Miss M. McDougall. Booster Club Officers lt is the privilege and duty of all loyal students to set examples ot citizenship. Sportsmanship in athletics promotes good citizenship. Some ot the ideas incorporated in the club are: To consider athletic opponents and the officials as guests and treat them as such. To cheer both teams as they come on the field ot play and applaud good plays made by either teams. Not to applaud errors or "razz" the players of either team or anyone officially connected with either team. To accept the otticials as the proper authorities to make decisions. Sportsmanship Council The Sportsmanship Council was organized in October, 1954, as a committee of the Student Council under the rules ot the Niagara Frontier League Sports- manship Council. lt is the duty ot these members to initiate and develop ideas and programs that will pro- mote Good Sportsmanship in all activities. A trophy is awarded annually to the school in the League who best demonstrated the ideals ot Good Sportsmanship. LEFT to RIGHT: Sam Ricotta. Becky Martin, Jack Rufranog Russ Mariglia, Rosalie Scott, Miss M. McDougallf Ann Lockwoodf Pat Bakota, Ron Mart. ,1- . M 3' , uf H X Q X XNZJQK' aiu? 4 4 ff N K CJTJL-3 no 4- fa if :Ja 7,345 21. A , if L' f, '.. . ' . 59 Y 7 : W 3 "fl , gf' 'gf' 1 -'A 'lj' I :I 7" I 3 ,f ' - 7 2 ff: 5 -: ' M, . 1' 5 f A ' N. 1 , X ., 1 A , rn' 1' N 1,4 , , A I 'W--'I ,Q f, ' W4 ffl. x , .. X ' p 5517 '1 , ur i., K . ff 'Kp . V' 1 1 . QQ P r Q ir ..1 'V , ,' L 11 5 ., 5 A. , tb. 'fgn ami ' 3 Km. vxny Q I plii,1,,. -' M -- ' I 4 .3 uf.. 'QAI4 .'.fiLV. jk: I F 'AV - ' 94' 7 M "T wxf I I ' 1 , Y N1 Q 2' gk N . - , . 3 ., -N J . J I 1: 2 .gif ' if -J' , ,,' l "YK fs 'H V-'A ' K I ,Y X .l, I . ,a lia V' V ll' 'F . , i""4.v-wg-gyfj ' , 1 1555, 3. 6, ' , 4 ., gf Efif MR. T. LANGLEY CAUGHT IN THE ACT! MISS C. MORRISSEYAHONORED GUEST ORCHIDS TO MRS G TRESSELT MR JACK Aovlsss TRUANT OR NQT? Faculty Snaps zz? 134 1 1,1:r:gwc: fr Pan-Hellenic The Pan-I-lellenic Society, composed of two representatives from each sorority and fraternity, has again this year tried to produce harmony among the Greek letter organizations in the school. A vvorth- i,iV, While proiect of the group, was the contribution 'gn 'W of the roceeds of the First Annual Charit BaII,, tr' ID Y :,L 362875, to the Mentally Retarded Children's Fund. -V" Under the supervision of Mr. Joseph Moran the ll lil' following officers were elected for this year: Sonny Milanovich, President, Beverly Ortner, Vice-President, and Sandra Plumeri, Secretary-Treasurer. LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mr. J. Moran, Barbara Pitonyak, Sandra Plumeri, Muriel Bradt, Patricia Murphy, Emily Wallace, Veronica Dawson, Mary Ann Westlund. SECOND ROW: Jean Soraceni, Agnes Fadel, Beverly Ortner, Larry Carella, Louis Alongi, Carl A. Brenner, Dave Halleen, George Milanovich, Vito Sabett, Bill Whetham, Richard Tyran. ,Q M.CoS Inter-Club Council The Inter-Club is the co-ordinating body for the Y-Teens. It consists of the officers from all Senior High Y-Teens in Niagara Falls and LaSalle. The Council plans the over-all Y-Teen program. Christmas lngather- ing, Penny Carnival, and the annual spring picnic are a few of the many things the I.C.C. plans. This year proceeds from the Penny Carnival went to the World Fellowship Fund. Another World Fellowship proiect LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Miss Charlotte Boggs, Advisor, Jacqueline Attia, Catherine Surace, Gloria Roll, Joyce Bartolo- shared by all the clubs in the I.C.C. was a scrap book of Niagara Falls which was sent to Brazil. Officers of I.C.C. are: Jacqueline Joseph, Presi- dent, Nina Dean, Vice-President, Donna Greene, Treas- urer, Catherine Surace, Secretary, Advisors are, Miss Charlotte Boggs, Director, and Miss Phoebe Powell, Assistant Director. The Y. W. C. A. is a Red Feather Agency. r al 'ka ' i 1' E49 Wa s ... Y , we mei, Beverly Boyd, Jackie Fernandez. SECOND ROW: Miss Phoebe Powell, Assistant Director, Linda Lockwood, Blanche Klimecko, Janet Scrivano, Donna Greene, Nina Deane, Henri- etta Cicero, Sandra Shammot, Patty Sikora, Mary Ann Bab- cock, Jacqueline Joseph, Penny Appoloney, Mary Paonesso, Eleanor Cooke. 'f. Q ,J an . Wt? 1 EQr.V,,gs ' . r?'f,Q12f :aww -----I . .3 ' . - ' - mifrgi' :gi Vnfo Sober? 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