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

 - Class of 1958

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Whether Horace Greeley originated it or not, it was, and still is a good idea, so for l958 the Niagarian goes Wild West Q- Q s-Vw' nr' J -L-s5.-.- fffy .-1-"' .kw- -rw-"" Although the days of the "wild and wooly West" are somewhat far removed from our present society, there are still new frontiers to be discovered and explored. They are not the type of rugged border frontiers which were so much a part of this countrys glorious past but rather undiscovered fields of science and learning We of the younger generation will in due time, be the pioneers of these new frontiers, so we must prepare ourselves for our future explorations For the time being, though lets return to the past, via the 1958 Niagarian to the fabulous days of yesteryear, when men were men and women re glad of it Let s all go wild westl' : ,2 fi' fi x""'A'1'f f-,-t -5 ff., :X .,,,, Miata X if qs. W6 - f ,Ar N.'3 - X XT www-ff' " V N J 3 ! xk'L, "f?' w W ,114 1. WJ: f" vw frm? 'mv vw... 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A A it x , , r rv . .4 1 In Appreciation William F .lack It is with great regret that this year marks the end of Mr Jacks career as Principal of the Niagara Falls High School During the fifteen years that Mr Jack served first as vice principal and then as principal he won the esteem and affection of the faculty and of the great numbers of students who have come and gone In Mr Jack they found an open minded and sympathetic counselor whose advice and decisions came from earnest thought and common sense tempered with fairness Mr Jack always dis played the interest in young people which is an essential quality in a successful principal The pupils of Niagara Falls High School well knew that he was ready on all occasions to listen to their problems courteously and to give them the benefit of his experience and wisdom They wish now to show some proof of their appreciation of his labors for them and in this small way to make known their loyalty to him They take this opportunity of expressing their regret that he is leaving the school and of offering him their best washes for his retirement 8 i i i . 0 . . . . 1 ' I . . , 1 left to Right, SEATED: Mr. W, Kester, Mrs, John Runals, Mrs. Mary L. Bialecki, Dr. Charles M. Brent, President, Mrs. Hugh Pifer, Miss Nea Brown, Clerk, Mr. Albert Trapasso. STANDING: Dr. William Small, Superintendent, Mr, James H, Erwin, Deputy Superintendent, Board of The trail-blazer on our iourney to graduation is the Board of Education. lt determines the policies ot the Niagara Falls Educational System, the paths which we will follow, as students, throughout our school years. Each member of the Board ot Education must have an important quality ot the pioneers of yester- E Mr. Arthur M. Silberberg, Mr, Frank J. Lang, Deputy Superin- tendent in Charge of Business Affairs, Mr, Robert McKnight, Administrative Assistant, Mr, William Collins, Dr. Robert Brezing. ducation day-foresight. The goal toward which they are pressing is the best education possible tor every student. Our confidence is placed in the Board members to chart a steady course in the future as they have in the past. Administration Dr. WILLIAM J. SMALL JAMES H. ERWIN FRANK LANG Superintendent of Schools Deputy Superintendent Deputy Superintendent of Business Aftairs Y' pan- es 1-Y . S ,, 9 . - fx' Pages from the past come alive when writers tell of the stirring days of the Far West The strumming guitar and the artist's brush bring exciting scenes and breathless tales of a land far beyond the setting sun. The Conestoga wagon- the buftalo herds the firetipped arrow and the deeds of brave men are all No other region of our great country has such a history, in no portion of the earth can such a story be repeated But the memory of the Far West re- mains full of romance and adventure For us it is a precious memory. May your memories of Niagara Falls High School be precious to you as you recall the frontiers of your educational life. May the spirit of adventure be with you always as you explore new pathways of learning, may you meet each Timothy A. O'Brien Principal Administration ,349-tu' rf? , fb w 3 .ffqsl ff t I. 'fvallfl ,r gf: ' 'P ' :P it Jt,.'t ffi4,,,. t ,' v 'll' 4 . .' Je ' 'J :Qt it 'i --H? 'lfy iw W if . - i Lf -." Na i To the Class of 1958: The spirit of the American pioneer can enrich your life, The same zeal, which caused our rugged frontiersmen to push westward blazing new trails, can also inspire you, in the modern world, to scorn the easy acceptance of es- tablished ways and to seek a new and better life. For this, your high school education is but a beginning. You will need more and more knowledge. For the world today, which reaches now beyond all visible boundaries into outer space, challenges us to work as well as hope for progress in many areas. As young adults entering into the life of your community, you can give your strength to many important causes: better health, more comfortable hous- ing, freedom from want, the establishment of brotherhood and peace, more beauty in daily life. I believe that you will meet this challenge in the spirit of your American forefathers. Congratulations and best wishes to each one of you. Beatrice Ballinger ll' Vice-Principal NORMAN C ANDERSON Busuness MARJORIE BLACKMAR Library ESTHER E DAHLQUIST Molhemafncs DOROTHY APPLE Busmess 1 .CT M1 JAMES H BOARDMAN Health FRANK IAGGALLAY English , 9 WILLIAM BRADY English ffxts "uv ARTHUR E DIETRICK JOSEPH DIFELICE Lahn Drnver Education ,,,f- I ,ff Wu FRANK BEDASKA Mechanical Drawn ng JUDITH CENTOFANI K ROSEMARY K DIMAKIS Health E W 3 J I7 MARK R BEDFORD Science JOSEPHINE S COPELAND English and Spanish A VIRGINIA DONOHUE Buslness I ' 4: . 'V A lain' AI filizrrf , I , Q I v . D . . ' , wg 1 V" fa W . I if IR' R1 Q ,A , l 4, I 1 l ' F v ' gl 421' I: li' 5' 1. ,-:Elf T' 4' u ki il ff- U ' , I Qi ffl fd ll I A 1 .., HARRIETT W DONOVAN Englnsh JOHN F HAGGERTY Englnsh JOHN EDWARDS GRETCHEN A ERWIN Scnence Guldonce J RETA H HALL Mothemohcs MI RIAM A HEARY Business JOHN P JANOWSKI PAULINE H JONES ESTELLE KAMM Gmdonce Ar Busmess V 12 JOHN F HADDEN Music ANNE S HERGES Busnness 'Q- 'ull MAY I LANIGAN Business THOMAS HUESTIS Mothemcmcs DANIEL LAYER Scuence CHARLES M. LONG English MARY E McDOUGALL Physical Education DOROTHY A. MAHONEY Social Studies M ELIZABETH MITCHELL English LUCY MASSIMILIAN Social Studies rv' JOSEPH R MORAN Busnness ANN E. MCCABE English CATHERINE MORRISSEY Mathematlcs LOUISE B MOSHER MARJORIE E NEIDRAUER Home Economtcs Engltsh ffl. JEROME PERRY Drnver Educatuon fl, -f-Z-73" 9. :H -wv-- Vi. 7"'-'JI-,J,, 055-Jzdcqog ,Mfg naw..-I 1 'WN' mm Z fi "A""1f't""' K g -f H f--..- V511 if r V xt IW' xi XX,X.Jx 13 'xx N 14, VHDL.- I A ' , L7 . H IN -' T E! 9 I I 53121, K- . 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REESER Health EDWARD V STAFFORD Business JOHN F WHALEN AMELIA E WHITE Business Health " 4 --'. -'-K-.qs .tg ., ff' M G""5M iv iflix Addltlonal Teachers ERIC DUCETTE Social Studies MAY A GENTRY Busmess ELVERTA MILLER Languages JEANETTE SULKEY Business BARBARA RICKARD WARREN A. SCOTCHMER Home Economics Music GEORGE STANKOVICH Jr Social Studles JEANNETTE WYLIE Socuol Studles MARGARET P TICE Business Office Staff AGNES C O BRIEN Sienogropher News MARGARET S LYNCH :ty lv ng .. . Q2 N ' I 'ff .V 5 l . '7 ' , .x 5 , . . , . . A , act-H L- W 4. WV 4+ . 5 ...g P ' I -Q X, S N' . ...f ..,.,,. .V . fly,-5.77 . ,A f " Q I A 'Aw -.f.:-- v , fa. , bw sniu, .f.S:-,..,, Fi 4 fl' . '-4'f.Y.' K '-1, l, 'T ' 'f- I , ,ffl Q ,.- ., 341. Mnf, V, ' . . 'v"". ll I 1' .-1 , wj . .V 4 A Tfk ' 'xl' ' ' ' .ell .I li l . In if I . I I ':' 1 ' l f A as ' " , Z 1 X I - ! 1 . f 4 1 1, it 3715? 322231 mm I shi! .11-.n ff W ge Pl 'if 2: r " Y W ,pu - " r 1.34. I 4-. 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A5 L Qff'r,....:f r U 7-My 'ft 3, - 2 ' Q 1- 'rib 11- flefig 25533 i ,gs if fgffx, ana 5-A Y -mf -1. if With Gratitude to Dr Wllllamj Small The unrque drstrnctron of berng the flrst member of the Class of 1958 rs occorded to Dr Wulllom J Smoll for tl.e kindness ond interest he hos exhlblted durlng our educotuonol doys The theme of unexplored frontiers ns nerther novel nor unfomulnor to hum, cus has own lrfe hos been punctuoted by couroge ond success ollued wrth the challenge of lrfe's mony honzons We wrsh hum every success rn has retnrement wrth the knowledge thot he wrll contsnue to meet ond conquer new frontrers an lrfe 16 0 o O Q ifnf' -,l 1 .l ' 'K c.f ' .pt-s . - , , fvewlfftl- 14 L ,- ' ."9L'5'QS2m' , K , , B,,,.x . . . 0 Class of l958 f lf! SEATED: Karen Kilkenny, Miss L. Mossimilicn. STANDING: Madlyne Di Cecco, Mr. J. Moron, Gary Gull, Ronald Zucccri. Class Officers GARY GALL President KAREN KILKENNY Vice-president MADLYNE DI CECCO Secretory RONALD ZUCCARI Treasurer CLASS MOTTO If God be for us, who can be CLASS COLORS Rose and Silver CLASS FLOWER White corncfion ' AM"-A: .-4--Y -.vm 1 . lv V.,- -5 Q, Q ' F . 'f f 'MWXY-1,p,.M. L N . L. ,I ,. ,, , AM. '54'4 i l P D L ., l if ' l ll ll-Huff. N Q -- G ' Q A ' W K gains? us. i , V wa: nw, I I ,Q : .V ' 1 ' f gff ' Q 'R 14 Pei? S' ' SQi'q. -A K.. L. 1 .L A ' - ' A "' A v' 9 17 'L if -1- W--L.-.....M... .f-..--..f.n. N . - ' ,A-..-Q-ajft-w:'f, I .4 J. .2 . Richard Adams Gavm Antken Karen Alberis Marlene Alessl HIGHLIGHTS A D HEADLINES Donald Angold fl fN Jeraldme Arnone Conceiiu Archie Pairicia Aubert Helen Babb Barbara Bader Carol BCliIey 18 Baly JyBak yBoy WE LL REMEMBER ALWAYS sg Q 9,53 YQA S L E Sy Balxsdl Batt HBH NcyBh 19 'E uane Beckett Nan Beecher Frances Bemngo John Berds 36' lawrence Berds Frances Bernot Millicent Bernhard? bzRS,n, 'hfimvivw I 0 Ox lfdll 11 1 in v .asf 6 get if XVXX OLD FRIE DS JoAnn Berihol Jean Besf leonore Bevilatqua DOI'-V95 5i0"'C0 Lois Bissell Susan Blachinski 1i:KlE'5'E:i:hh X .-fli::..iiar2-e::: nuns 'JI '5'::f 'f' 1" ilu. r ,x N : X Q X3 . ...A D EWFRIE DS 1 74 3 . Gloria Blackwell Carl Bleecher lr? wid? C Y on I, VA l Carl Bloss Carole-'Bond Z 1 Maxine Bordon 5 1' Barbara Borowicz Judy Bofforf Bonnie Brad? P0lVlClC BFGHHOYI 21 1,6 M .K Ida Mae Brmk Ruchard Bradowslu Frank Buclxman Ronald Buckner SCHOOL SPIRIT SHOW f'- fx Chris Burns Carlos Burnside f X O O A ' x S James Burton Marcia Bunelli Donald Caccomise Frances Caforella 49 ff' James Caldwell W verly Calhoun Jud 1h C Ilen Nancy lou Camann AT FOOTBALL GAMES M chael Coplzzu 'S EQ -fps X54 F L 3 Nancy Ca bone Judy C H AG Gerald ne Ca son Donaio Cafala o W lllam Ca nough Mafhvlda Chepkausk 23 Arlene Chuurenza Florence Cuavotta Pafrncnu Cnchelll Betty Cuchello -:Gimme G99- A-my XX IUIH 1 J ! ,H Q George Cueslck Josephine Clroola 5 gli! if r u f A 'ar ll il. I Nfl! HAUNG l 9"'5-Q5 Eleanor Clark Reber? Clark Karen Close Joseph Colosi 24 Manlyn Colosu Nancy Colosn Pafncla Colosl Eugene Coluccl llll H.. an I..-'..'Y Illllll Ill 5.-ll ik X Lena Commusso Jean Condnf Qsi... THE FRANTIC PLEDGES Munel Connell Joseph Cont: Barbara Cooke Jack Cornell 25 6-.I mb-9 Tom Costanzo Ruth Croclznell Vuncenf Cnsfofanelh Gaul Crowne TRUGGLI G FOR GOOD MARK Brenda Culhane 51 rx Judy Culp Lloyd Curley Alexander Cufonelh Gary Dalesondra Lyduc Dollo Torro Dolores D07 POYYO 26 Carole D AMG Raymond Darby Gerald D Arty Barbara Dardar an AND SCHOLARSHIP IN gm via K -A Neal Da is G ace DQFG1.0 Clem DeFelice Mar'e DeFranco Charles Dell Carmen DeLuca 27 Carol DeMarco Mary Angela DeMlg1no Rnchcrd DeMunda Carolyn DeRqmm Judy DeRemer Yvonne DeVanher awww "'92!3Mn-Y 'eeaarfbmmovw IN? Mwx xk I :ull r' v A r,x.l',4: Y I ld' gig Kafhleen D Grlllo 76 Q-Q 1: Mcdlyne DICeCCO Ronald DnGregor1o Mane DnMmo 08 M W THE HOLIDAY EASO BRI GS Carol DINOTO If Y, I 4 . . A 4 I' 1 7 fl fjf"2 - '- . J L 1 .1 , . 4 - -vi"L"., ,, l 7 2 1 A p f we .' -15" ,f '., N If I ig Y 11 29? , , . "ZfF'. qi. - . ' f5251f:'2f:Z'g' 'fig - ,':5g?gA2fgf,?:5w A I " . 1 f 5 X E ' ' Ls ' k X Z X V' Gloria D1Nler1 Joseph DlPasquale Roberi Doane Chnsfopher Dobble ui' X ,I-: an u 'lllllllf lllllll 'Ill ri X Brenda Donafo JOUR DVGBCZYIK Ysfx... A WARM GLOW I T0 OUR HEARTS HMB? of MMM Z Barbara Drayer KJMJWIX Sieve Drazdowslu Duane DuBols Teresa Dubuc Douglas Duiko 29 Frances lGladysJ Eason Darrel Ecker Roberf Eddy .lack Egger LLICKYI ITI TES INTO Andrew Emanuele rx :Qs 2? Ramona Esplna Evans Edward Everi Joan Ewan Theresa Falsem James Farrell 30 OUR NATICNAL HQNOR SOCIET sg Q ups x, S , - L CI I I' h I 31 Susan Frommert Wllllam Fuerch Karen Fulwlder William Fusnllo Quiv- my 1-Bm '45 Ev' A 'YH Y IMI' 1 v 55 Anihony Gabriella Junlce Galle E in I QI' XVXK COLLEGE BOARDS COME Gary Gall MQW Ann Gcncosz Pairicia Gandi Pairicic Gardner Fmnces GUVVEY 3- r, Z Q v f xx Martin Garvey Veronica Gawrysiak Ida Geary Ralph Genovese .ani - Ill Alla ..llllllY lllll'l iS X Thomas George YSQ., I THE MONTH FJANUARY Kathryn Geraccl John Glampa 31 410, Emllxo Gnandomemco Norma Gllbeff G'990"Y G'H'S Ha"'Y G'I""e' 33 .I Margaret Gleason George Glennie John Glenme June Glover WE SUPPORT OUR Z5 5 Frank Godlewslu Nancy Golden Judnh Goluszek Ramon Gonzales Margoref Goodfellow James Gronafo 34 c G W mGy BASKETBALL TEAM SE 2 uv- 4mA 'S BII Gosma kG R h dG I Un Joh H dad J hn Hall M 'ly H sen Sharon Hansen Ann Harding Duane Hariman Carolme Harfwlg Hindu. the 1 9:11 Y IDIIH y Q Linda Hepfer Florence Hull 4 1- by S A ' gf gn f . A Q-'4 I XV X K PE ETRATI G ODORS FRO Harry Hull Zh Jean Marne Hull Evelyn Hnller Elaine HOHMBISYEI' TWVY H099 36 an 4 , .wk , I X Constance Hamlsczak Myra Hooper Ralph Horowitz Jack House Vlll llll llllllllf iS X laura Hudak Sharon Hughes X":f'RY-- FOURTH FLOQR CHEM LAB X I Linda Humphrey A Fred Hursi John HUYSY Rochelle Hufkoh Susanne Hufson 37 Judy Infantnna James Isaacs John Januak Dolores Jaroszeslu Fred Jarzab fx Roberf Jarzab Rita Jellison Karl Jensen Pairicia Jendraszek Rhoda Jirciiano 38 TI G AND DREAMI G Margaref Johnsion No a Johnsion Bo barn Keller 2 K ke I-0 S K dl G OF DAYS TO COME Raymond K rkpaf ck cg 22 WIS 3 YxA V X G sela Klnngle We ley Knee da-lx M Nz--sv Ronald Kochon Joseph Kok Joseph Kosut Jo e Kramer 39 Anvomefte Kruppa Geraldine Kulawc Beffy Kurowslu Joan Lumber? 5369. M, gsm, y yxk 9 Ita 1011! 1 l l , Sandra Lcmberi Hester Lascelle g E 7 F 35. 1 Q r fi! I Q34 Nw X f THE SCHOCL PLAY George Laughlan James Laughlin James W. Laughlin William Laughlin Sgndrq LqVenturg 40 Pauline lavlgne James lee Sully Leehan Yvonne Lefrancols III ll an llllllllr lllllll llull iS X Barbara Lenhne Peter Levlff A BIG SUCCESS' Claus Leyder I Edward Lmfgn Ann Longhme Judufh Longley Joseph LDP! 41 A f , I , 4-E :E-. :::::5:-in . Q 'if -gnu ,'l K ,,. 'yr ..- r r Y. N N--'-Ni , O O 0 O fl 1 David loveh Jane? lowman Wanda Lubcs Robert Lucas Carole Luna Keith Lynch Sandra MacDonald Reber! Mack Beverly MacKay Barbara MacKenz:e Rober! Maduson 1 1 WE BEGIN T0 APPRECIATE . . . Lorna Maloney June Mana lyd o Manar no Carol Munn OUR TEACHERS 3 A 'Sm U53 x i S Charles Marazzo W'lI'am Marchetti Helen Mard'ros'a Sh'rley Mar'no Anneife Ma ino E'lee Mc ' o 43 Peler Marra Mary Marshall Ann Marne Marielll Norman Martell: 32159 'Mi- ll mm ,, J 4 K ' Raymond Mmm, Lounse Marhnuccl sl: 5' i 5, I XV X K WE LQVE THEE DEAR OLD ax ! Lorrume Marty Mary Jean Mash Behr MUNYOHI Mary Mauro Vina Moy 44 ,M Q I 1 ' X A I rf A X , i f 1 fi' "1PF3:A, ' A R is A 1 'ada M A XX 1- ' A 'I lx' .N u mv- If 'IV . If X X - X - .la ' 'C-Pu 1 -20, ' ' ' ' .P fi " 'fifff r F.5:l2f:.-Slime xiii' 5 1.1! it x 1 ' L- ' f as Qi Q Q 'f Q o o X .,, . ,, I : Judith Mazza Roberta McGrath Mary McMur1rie Ill , llll llllllllf lllllll lllll 'Ill iS X HIGH SUNG WITH PRIDE Beffy lou Meacham Carol Meehan Frank Meogrossl Rose Mlca Ie Helen Michaels Carol MIQDOI Jerry MlIIer .X v A- Jgffy' ' Paul Muller Deon M llevnlle LOIS Mlllevllle Che elle Mllls " THE NIAGARIAN GOES TO PRESS fish 3 James Mutchell Robert Mont: NI G MOOYGCIIGH Larry Moore Martha Morgan Alastair Morton 46 L W! ,I j I' WA, -PAX V A , - I E x J XII v , u at , X H' 1 M? f 5 ll ? T X . Y :K ByofMoh cl Mzo WE HEAR THE SPRING CONCERT fNfN -Q L a Joyce Nacc X T V4 199 xg, A ?x ii x N G eNossoy M choel N ock Mor on Neal Ke ne?h Nel J h N :hols f D X Gm Richard Mus ino CUUHEG UZ ill X X our cz NK ,Q fx V 5 . 2 I 4 'lx , 6 A V xx KV 1 - A ' - .' ' ' . A A 1? Q' S 'Af ' S ,, , E E 6 1 L .5 wg- , v QE , LP . ' ,Lf I V 'kyiiv lyd' arkie 'cz en i A -wr 'S i awr i i n i o n i 47 Samuel Nichols Alhena Nllamxs Wlllnam Noblln Dorothy Noworyio wav. mi, QMS xk ,v lla Y 1101 , ! .A Joseph Oblamslu Mary O Bresly E gy 14 , , Q NWN! 9 CAMPAIGN P RTIES END WITH 1 : Stephen O Bresly Brian O Connor Sharon O Donnell Veronica O Donnell Nancy O Nelll 48 Phyllis Orzem Larry Pacufico Anne Paone Nelson Papuccn YICI llll llllllllf lllllll lllll lun ik X STLIDE T COUNCIL ELECTIONS Thomas Pecunl Ralph Pern Barbara Parinslu Paincla Pavlak Juanita Payne l Don Pharo Beffy Phelps fd, 5 '? - I ' .axiisizw-in 3 X - ' ""':!!!: . Q 'lil . fl . A , '!' ll' ..- r ll N i. I 1 QQ' ' n, ali'-xszrr-... Q O Q 5. M K , , I u ' . ,J 'C ' -X 1 .VX-,LC A' s M 49 -1' Janice PIDIZOHI Elaine Paper Dorofhy Plfonyak Ann Plwowarczyk S0 MANY THINGS WE ' ZX riffs Q Jean POPIWY Micheal Popowlch Louis Poulos Pdfflild Pratt Frank Prevno Deane Prmz 50 V k,u,,,,, 'Z Q MEANT T0 DO AND DIDN T Q 22 ups 1.. 'S L 2 'Q f d Rbrfkd MyJ ,H 5 France! Rew Pamela Rlccluto Enid Rickard Richard Rucker -autumn-s ok M010 fi lm mv gf- ,rv if, Marguerlfe RICOHG Sam Rlcoha Q I I Barbara RneHanaugh E655 Q XVXX THE SCHQOL YEAR Qs Gall Rlvers Elaine Robnnson Anfhony Ross Marne Roiella gp 15A Betty Rufrcno Frank Snlacuse Cqfmelgne Sgnfoyo Rlchard Saunders 9 'szlf ri xx Angelo Savlno Donlel Scvmo X"?f'S-- DRAWS T0 A C OSE Joyce Sawma Sam Scalefiq William Scalzo Jan Schincbeck Pefef 5ChV9ibeI' 53 I , , I Clarence Schultz Llndu Schultz Judy Schulz Gen Schweitzer THE LAST MI UTE CRAMMI G ZX Cynihna Scot? Peter Seager 1 LeMyrc Seover Bonnie Seely Jerome Sekula Angelo Sepuellu 5-l .1 1 A . . . X x U l f L xg' S . f a 1 2 ,l f A Richard Sever u y Shaffer James Shapiro Lillian Shears FOR FI AL EXAM Ralph Shemll: mm Q57 1--A WH 2 Barbara Shluh Linda Shofsfahl Pairlcla Shrlner Jean Shumway Rifa Slcoll Phyllis Sicurello 55 wk ,sf .A it-5 0 Q, Qllkg Ann Slmonetie Mary Sklbc Elcme Skoff Norman Skowronskl -Eiiimnp. h Q QW: n.. 1-.MM i I 0 xX I hw Y 10101 , 4 L Ken Smnfh Jr Q ' ' 4 2,5 lql' XVXX Judlfh Smith THE POMP AND CEREMO Y Linda Smnh Lorame Smuih Don Smyer Jane! E Snyder Janet M Snyder 56 Potrucla Sobczyk ":: Y llll'." llll'l 'sn .Ill ng Xl OF CLASS DAY Eleanor Solurl Anfhony Spaforlco Paul Splnley Joyce Siark Bob Sfepanian Diane Sferns Rnha Jo Shegmon -a Q , I f' '-, Andrew Sfoll Kay Storey Joan Sfrosburg Sharon Sfricker PRQM TI E WITH FORMALS FLOWERS Mlchael Sfrope Q ZS rms Z7 5 1 Ann Sfruznluewlcz Dorothy Siudl John Suchon Gay Supple Charles Sutter Charles Sworn 58 ,,.: Penny Swift John Swltzer Leonard Tabone Thomas Tallanco D MOO LIGHT Cynthia Taio i A fates vga 1,4 Louls Tavana Carol Taylor 5 .C l ' Terese Tecchlo KI! Thomas Mary Jane Thomas Lula Thompson 59 40 Vai! 'fy Ross Thomson Wllhum Tnsdale Carol Tobey Thomas Trapasso xi?- ew B-'Q' mms. xX 1 Elf Y IDM 1 9 4 ff' Nancy Traub Reber? Traver Q 2,4 A 9 QQ. ?? 5 Xxf X X THE LAST MAD RUSH Florence Trap: Rosemary Truesdale Richard Turri Chrisfine Tusinski Edna VanGorder 50 Yi Pcfrnclo VcnHor Charles Vcraclch Helen Vurfcnlan .33 .- I gurl III! luunur "" f, lllllll llll 'gnu rx Xi Mlchael Venfry xssxx.. YEARBOOKS A Sandra Waggener Lounse Walker Kay Woison 61 Chrlsflnc Venfry 1 Joanne Venverfloh L 4 PM 1456, 3 4 5 gjv VX Joseph Verqgho 4 1 John Waydu , , f 4 , 1 X . . n . . , , - 3.5:-, f - l'5' . , . .71 -5 ' 1. , K -!, xl 'gw, V . I 7 ' x . I . Y 52 , ' 1, W Xe ' it " 4-r sts: Xin... , W-,, ., ',Wa: . 'M ' ' ' ' Q 0 0 0 A ,'s:'z,,v M X' 'fiifxg 2 'bf EQWL , I . . 4 ,. , V V ' f '9 if Charles Weaver Karen Weld Ruth Welham Barbara Wengzyn THAT LO G E' 'R+ Ronald Wesfley Doun Wheeler Wallace Whefham Joanne While lyndal Whilebread AWAITED DAY OF I5 wx: 2:7 Shirley Whifenighi Sfuari Whiimire 62 Wlb W CAPS AND GQWNS SPEECHES DIPLOMAS k gg Q Qvg t,4 W5-ff L dW'I " ' ' W 63 fr' Geraldine Wolfowlcz Kcyden Wood Sqndrg Wudlmskl Jane Wynn Mm. mv Nr ,xx flmb 1 I lu I y mia. Sandra Wysocks Donald Yash Aiy 4 j f im XX f X f CCMMENCEMENT Robert You ng man Rosalue Zaccarella Mary Ann Zafufo Pamela Zaremslu K,-,fl Ze,ge, 64 fi A W lg ,..-yi, X Evelyn Zemla Frances Zuccari Ronald Zuccari Richard Porroni Mary Muraca Not Pictured Jeanne Alloha Rose Sonqm Ann Dash George Socle Donald Houser Michael Tecchlo Rudy Manda Stanley Zak Sally Marshall WE RE O OUR OW sg' Q? r-459 la . Vfa' 5 ,M IDFX 2:1 X S umm O X i 9 O O iff l ' l . - . X g, , 3. . fi, vm, ff, Wifi -, ,' -H ,f".4 3, U -. 2 4 ., gp f 'fa ' - .. . , , Q X, -X11 , . eg , , 1 , 1 1 , A W5 Ask, YQ A fl A .a-. , f K -2 ,,.,.,, Bif f ,W . 'Q Q' K K, H 4-,. -' - ' 'Y 2 1-Z I f - l , ,5 'p. A - bl' AL. ' ' N..- jf ,' I' '- , ,Tips . v if -- .4,.,,-. 'jg J ,f A, fl xg' gf' 3 if.- 4-fy. , ffl ll! lv ,is I hi if L? A. 4 N., 'L n Q U Q. : f 1 fn, -V f Y,-, '17 f A. , " WW - '7 " 'ff ff. 'f ' K , f X q - Ax .. ' , f - - ' ,. '... " .Al gf,--, ' - , 123- - -' Sa. , Q '.,, -f 527' l ll ,1. 'X-P ra nm All Senior CLASS GIFT Left Io Rnghf Dolores Bronco Ralph FLOWER AND COLOR COMMITTEE Lef? Perrr cocholrmon Bob Mort: Gorl Fischer io Rughf Eleanor Boll Lmdo Humphrey cocho mon Rchord DeMundc: Morro DrMmo and .leon Shumwuy cofhorrmon Po Pcwlck MUSIC COMMITTEE Lef? To Right: Bill Scclzo MANTLE ORATION Lefi Io CLASS MOTTO Left to Righi: Jeon Condi? ond cofhoirmcm, Lindo Putnam, David Lovett Lindo Righi: Robeq Kglivodg Gnd Andy Emgnuele, Smith, Athena NIZomrs, co-cholrmcm. Gary GQIII 10 N I kT g a ' L I iff E 1 iipr mu :fig 5' X fm. X , I U ' I I . , I V1 CLASS HISTORY, Left fo Right: Gayle Barley, and CLASS PROPHECY, Left to Right: R ffgfd Sgdndefg, Bill Wrrfcopp ond Jcyre Gray, 66 Committees I' 5'1- LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Left to CLASS STATISTICS Left to Righi FIRST ROW: Rlghf Martha Morgan and Stuart Betty Meacham Joyce Frasca co-chamrman Whrfmrre Janet Lowmon SECOND ROW Kayden Wood Errc Wnllrams Boaih Fowler cochanrman I X' I fr., 'F 6? "Kd," 'iq Agfa! ,G , 1 ' I I . I ,I CLASS SONG Left fo Rngh? Roy Wlxson Gaul CLASS POEM Left to Rlghf CAP AND GOWN Left fo Right Sandy MacDor1 Crowre coclrvarrman Rrffo Jo Shegman Bonnle Ruth Cracknell and Judy old Pat Shrmer Nana Mooraduan and Barb Brad? co-chaxrman Boftorf Dardarran cofhourmen Judy Schulz and Pat Jendraszek fd' DECORATION COMMITTEE Lefi fo PROM COMMITTEE Lefi to Rnghi Tony Ross and Rnghf Tony Gabrrellr and Judy Long Theresa Falsem Iey cofhcrrmen 67 al? ,,, 1 5,1 Q, 7' X533 it I , , , I EI I I .. 1 , , , A . -. I A I T7 I I , 9 . , ' 1 ' , ' , ' 1 , ' 2 ' I ff' 1 I WWI? 'Q'-aim f --- Y..s - M I ua, - , 1 K I :PIII ' M I 1 0 F Si. 1 i I X A ..aS?l5::: , . 'ff 4f'iF5EEh?3"'?- -0 EP S 1 -::: M if Iwi? 1231 , - ' :st Q1 7 5 ' l!ff-yu, , f-is " V- 11-If I EI , III:5'f..IIIf .I , ,H - 'Q' F2' E . MA., ,,,,, A I I II I , ' : 4 I Q af I ., ., X ,VE I ww nh y. 415 PEYE SEEGER NANCY QUARANTI L-LO JOHN SWITZ MOST BEST GROOTVIED BEST GROOWIED JOE MOST OUTSTANDING ,,,-1 SCI-IO mu Jo sn EG MAN NDJNU RONALD DIGREGORIO MOST OUTSTA MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED LAR SHIP ER fir IVYADLYNE DI MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED L.O IQ , GJ' i ,fx ,, xAREN KILKENNY MOST POPULAR A 'wi an Nf ' 1 ' "'3l'1T7 ..' , i , f :Irv X A s GARY QALL -A I - .'ji'f7Q1 eesr ALL AROUND ' 'K I ,qggffgff Lvom MANARINO V---.g,5, ,K HOST Coum-Eou5,' ,3ig5.'1,Q':1 BETTY RUFVRANO MICHAE L VENTRY Q xl -, Q' BE51' ALL AKOUNIJ naw Q- -- - - I MOST POPULAR ,',,i1'. Y P 1 ff, "if il:-3 L I 4-in'-u. Uk 5 If I Q wi . Q V zu . Q' .fx , 4A,...,f5xXM x -M-if--'X -- OSTS L., N.. 55, M SQA gflz iii Yrs Ezww M T X ,L .Jil K, 4" i- - ,,., , -A-,.f" E:-.A--'-7 ...,.-f-. " ' Y'-4 5 '??,5 MI .131 I ':,?fj'ig q""" fl.2"'A:?'ff:1. -- .. ',,2'mKilix. T-1 affix Ai -' . -N Q -'G -N wlifapg- 1f:?g?,"'S. is, 5' 23 fain -gf -DST' F - Q . C 5'-if sn. 2 ' af Karr REMEMBER THIS? A Iashng gnft the flag Drgnutarles at the Sensor Banquet Dolls'7??? Elechon Anhcs Advance the colors Through these portals Chrustmas Assembly L.-Q T Betty Crocker Scholarshnp Exam What s cooking? Dont be cruel Busrness Departmem Workshop 70 Q ' f IF fgai E - ' 'J - . , we 7. iso, , . 1 K, v ,, 2 .. . -L -l K Q a f - M Aix! ',-,E ch A ,X . Q I 0 A ' ' s Junior Class Left to Rnght FIRST ROW Mrs A Herges Robert Kallvoda Sandra Lawrence M G Stankovlch SECOND ROW Donald Ozyp Peter Colosl vvowjermumkvb xv 5 fisffx aw m"33 I ' rs. S 4 fc Q aVQI'? 'N.qQ9 Q wg '.-22" f haw Q sl"l, fi, The Jumor Class of 1957 58 settled down to a wonderful year at Nnagara Falls Hugh School In November our electrons were held wlth Robert Kal: voda Donald Ozyp Sandra Lawrence and Peter Colosu wnnmng the off1ces of President Vice Presrdent Secretary and Treasurer respectively Our advisors are Mrs Anne Herges and Mr George Stankovnch Although our lumor year was a happy one It as wlth great expectations that we look forward to next year when we wnll be sensors Our hopes are that we may do as good a lab as the Class of 1958 rn keep :ng our school s standards hugh We thank our advlsors the Sensors and the faculty for maknng our lunlor year a memorable and enloyable one Our best wishes for success and hap plness go wnth the semors as they enter the busmess and college world Sandra Lawrence Secretary 5 Class of 1959 3 Q5 Hogjtloom IO4 I I 500 ' f J 4 W iw, -:I-,K f gn- A I' Q 'Iv 'fs' - ': Q f f , ' ' we X .F vi-'J fi sf - ,eiv-gf....1,- -N4 , , 4 :L -it , ,TL .,.1 ,YQ ev -.nf Av L .me- -4.. " 'B - 3 ffe.vk1f,:Qac e1f-f-G A f 6 Q, I I- I LEFT TO RIGHT: Ga'y Barrette, Governor Q hhh: I Janet Brooks, Lieutenant Governor. 'State . . . .... Louisiana U Governor ......... . . Gary Barrette -Lieutenant Governor . . . . . . Janet Brooks A Chronicle . .2 ........ ,. Betty Boniello VX Boys' Athletic Manager . . . . Peter Banks , Girls' Athletic Manager .. ..., Betty Boniello Advisor ............. ...,...... M iss C. Morrissey Motto . . . . Union, justice and conhdence Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Helen Bakorick, Marorie Booth, Betty Rose Bernot. THIRD ROW: Burton Nichols, John Bialik, Michael Bgniellgl Audrey Beutell Begkie Good, ,lecnne Cqggli, SECOND Bennett, Bill Barto, Stan Kinaszewicz, 'lorby Barke', Peter Banks, ROW: Judie Berman, Helen Arnold, Janet Luftrnan, Janet Brooks, RON BOX, GGVY BGVVSTYG, -IGVUES BOYIUEV. NOT PICTURED: CGSey Gerry Caputo, Cecile Camann, Sandro Boyd, Rosalind Boling, Beebe, Ronald Baron, Frederick Baron. 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard E,te'a, Gcvernorg nny E'cw'e'l, Lieifesact Gcfernor. X I 1 v l 4 F l vi it I-iomeroom I05 ,.wb,?i:x,,, -I I 'HQ -. .-4, . I .iz . 1 4 5 A- Q I: . i if ii 9,1 , V l ' I , 2 . ' I f Jafa' L 3 ii .L E . , -N, in-. ill -, b ,. ,fltqwx 1 . ,- s - , mini? H- hi: State .. Governor ......... Lieutenant Governor .. Boys' Athletic Manager . Girls' Athletic Manager . Chronicle Representative .. Advisor .............. Motto . . FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: lffzgf Ann Calise, Dorvlwy Bfzenslci, -zzestc Ezjwzcz, '!,.'rr'e Bren", ff dred Bucde, Drczce Brinda. SECOND ROW: Cwiswm Eizcfzs, fficnele Baker, Nea Bennett, Vicki 5414, Gefdd ce E'uc::'e"2, Efnest Bfcuglztcri, Penelope E"3,'v'-Qll, FTP- C 11 C' rl1:r'Cl':, J.C,' EQWP, Bczrlliifix E':'5fZC, lindil 'S-lg X' ... Pennsylvania Richard Butera .. Penelope Brownell . Ernest Broughton Judy Brunn .. Geraldine Bruccoleri Miss L. Mosher Virtue, Liberty and Independence Cesari. THIRD ROW: Richard Butera, Peggy Brocks, Charles E"'rd rnan, David Bfidie, Calvin Bdggs, Arthur' Bcrgs-Seri, .lerome gym, Craig Bfccks, Mary Ann Baftos. NOT PICTURED: Toni Bradi. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Marsha Thompson, Dianne Watroba, Peter Vodola, Dorothy Lauzau, Loraine Virtuase, NancyWhitcher. SECOND ROW: Gail Srfeatcn, Lois Scctt, Carol Elliott, Ken Vfalte, Pat Van Ormari, Susan Schuster, Judi Scott, Kathy State . . . Governor ......... Lieutenant Governor .. Boys' Athletic Manager .. Girls' Athletic Manager .. Chronicle Representative .. Advisor .............. Motto . . 'W I Sa - I I A f I I c 'ai ls ft ,E -" j I - 2 , 6 . f 14' If "X ' Ji' A X. Y i x C-Den Homeroom I 49 Wadowlco, Rcbert Walton, Cfzrcl Vtlie'eI:a, Judith Thweatt, THIRD ROW: Sue Urspung, Margaret Moorhead, Dennis Wagner, John Wonchisen, David Steohans, Arthur Smith, Bob Vvallace f Doris Thomson, William lsom. NOT PICTURED1Sharcn Woggonerl Vermont . Dennis Wagner .. John Wanchisen .. John Wanchisen .... Doris Thomson .. Sharon Waggoner ..... Mr. J. DiFeIice . . Freedom and Unity LEFT TO RIGHT: Dennis Vt.'c:rg"e', G er nor, Jenn lyiancnisen, Lieuterzzrt GS'-e Homeroom I 53 " Yi 'X-f A A X l r -,- ' ' V 1 A .V Y - ii Y as F, Q: ' , v ' Y C A Y ' -,nfl 'K f' J - -' ya?" i i it D ,J 'ef-' Q A - 'f --. 2. - 9 , - ' e - fffTfff e"'1,m .Wf., - ' :tif Q iw to RIGHT: of 6 ig cnlfiriifibi -' ' ' in E tenant Gaerror, Sofr Cniletto G x,g5Ef?j,w2f.i'z?I1 V -' 1 R OB' State .... .... G eorgia Governor .......... Lieutenant Governor . . . Boys' Athletic Manager Girls' Athletic Manager .. Chronicle Representative . . Advisor . . ,..,....... . Motto . . . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Penny Chapman, James Cancemi Evelyn Dalce, Pat Brigante, Judy Cantlon, Barbara Clements. SECOND ROW: Mrs. J. Copeland, Bob Chapman, Sam Civiletto, Marcia Clark, Marilyn Civiletto, Lorraine Cane, Theresa Browder 3 .. Sam Ciyiletto .. Marilyn Civiletto .. Janwes Cancerni .... Jeanette Carlini . . .. . Barbara Chrznovvslci Mrs. J. Copeland .. Wisclont, Justice, Moderation , Jeanette Carlini, Barbara Chrzanowski, Walter Ciurczak, Tony Cirrito, THIRD ROW: Barbara Brown, Charles Haugabook, Stephen Clare, Spencer Bryant, Peter Cavallero, Lois Braas, David Del , Gobbo. NOT PICTURED: JoAnn Brigante. Homeroom I 55 X 1 ii? I '7 3' ' I -Z? iffy V :N 2559 ' . . , 1 .fo-I ,ATM H ' 14 " V -I 'if . I A' 1 I , - I f' ,gr i .V I , ' ' ' ,,:rf',7f""f-'if,4, ' . W 4 yy I II A I it ' we A I- ' ' gg, ,iZ'Q:1,,y'i:f!'f 'fl .."!'-ggi, , ,Ji A g vw 4,4fLfA:v-e-- 3 , W , , 15, ,ry-L .i, I g g Jjfgbij TO RIGHT: fl" Ci-c:f:':, Licetenznt G nc, 92-'Q C: 3. G14-f , TLKWV ' State .... ..,... I dana Governor ......,.. . Peter Colosi Lieutenant Governor .... ....,, A rt Ceccato Boys' Athletic Manager . . . . . Jose-plt Cardanione Girls' Athletic Manager . .. VinceAnnette D'Anwro Chronicle Representative . .. Mattltevv Cliarenza Advisor ...,......... .........,,.... W iiss E Miller State Motto .. .,.MayeSt Tnou Endure Forever. FIRST ROW, Lett to Right: Wendy Conibear, Patricia C'::.en, Marie Cclecci, Vincent D'A'nelio, Pete Coles.. THIRD ROW: Frank Jiwwff E,tiQw.ffv,f, Dennis Carr, Virginia Conlen, Baflaara Cook, Coney, Jost-pn Cczrdunicne, Laurene Cody, Miiiiri D'Agostino, f-111' Cgnfi SECOND ROW: Larry Davidson, Bill Badge, Gloria Robert Leo, Iaifzli Carter, John I.::Czi, Vrgie Ernndidge, Connie Ci '-, Cflowiz Conte, I! :-,f Dizddzzric, Matt Clti::'er'z::, R.I:en Ciiuclc, Sfzl C 37, Pvt Cc-Ctaito, NOT PICTURED: Betty Ccnter C I3 v'i"ieAnnette D'A"p'C, Dov d Didising, Pct C-'p'te"S, Ann Henry Ccrssro. 1 My 'S 4,34 Zak' I f h 0 , -. . .., -4.., - .., .A FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Joseph Colosi, Carol Grandin, Raftaela DeMunda, Antoinette Cuccia, Daisy Costanza, Mancer Gleason. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bivins, Betty Anne Doherty, Judith Deyo, Judie Demler, Ruth Ann Dugan, Linda Curry, Joe Conierti, Janet Dickson, Mr. L, Rainville, THIRD ROW: Roseanne Dugan, State ............ ...... Governor .......... Lieutenant Governor . . . Boys' Athletic Manager . . Girls' Athletic Manager . . Chronicle Representative .. ,'Nr', sig -Tx Sam Cesari, Maureen Cullen, Fred Gibb, William Holland, Richard DeLong, Edward Grace, William Gibson, Mary Ruth Davis. NOT PICTURED: Anthony Grenzy, JoAnn Colosi, Rita Curtin, Carol DeFazio. ,.... Maryland ,., JoAnn Colosi .. Joe Colosi .. Bill Gibson .. Judy Dernler .... Rita Curtin Advisor ,,.....,...... .............. M r. L, Rainville State Motto . . . . . Manly Deeds, Wornanly Words ., f .ei Y "' W Y, iyfhff' LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Cclosi, Lieutenant Y 1' "Q Governor, Joann Colosi, Governor. ,"'R Wx T Q2 , ..rv-- G.. -. ,S ,B -. jf' in' X .Ji . ff i n ,, I H fx ,,-,- . -"-r ' ' , 5 A Y XX Nxzx ,N i"' lf' " ' , - 5 4 "' W., at 0 -few if 1 J- A 1'te:-T'i-+'-',""'y N f Xxx , - +1 ,bf .. . V K 58 XX , gif i yi -.. I x , , reeks?-'s'2f fe if ' we-7, - A fl -:XXKNWQGE til if X 2 t: ' - ,Ol "Q , ywzhvhm f -1 ,', -' 7, I . ' ,A "t,3Qye?5A A A 3 my n so L ti arf if ' , , 1 - It jg N155 V ' f ' Ugg... i 'J A -7 " L .711-f f ig -I 5, ,., off-J' . -to ff L. -of ,..f-+A 17: 'f'-'I ' lzkjbifi , F12-1, r e' ' 1 ll J 1 'I X M Homeroom I 6 79 Homeroom 207 lk x N 1' 3 ill--if iff ' fl? - -1 if .5155 ' X V . I K. .. fi '." ' 'f frpgfff , U27 "J"1i7' V sf -Tiff , fig? ' Li iff ' ' few F ' .W .--"-'-,L Q 9,3751 '- ,J J .1-A fixvvgl fr.f,-f,V-I ' I A 7 A ' its ,. - LNJUSBB f '91 X' .E ll! M Stare . . . C ,J af f 1' Governor ..,....... - 4 Lieutenant Governor . . X Chronicle ............ 9 Boys' Athletic Manager . . Girls' Athletic Manager . . Advisor ............ Motto . . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Marilyn Hodge, Joanne Hillman, Arlene DeLorenzo, Arlene Dell, Gloria DiCesare, Judith Ann Gill. SECOND ROW: Willy Emmons, Rita Markle, Judy Gooding, Marianne Evans, Monica Kadykowski, Sal DiGregorio, Donna LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Farrell, Lieutenant Governor, Monica Kadykcwslcr, Governor. .........Colorado j Monica Kadylcowslci 'T ..... Robert Farrell in .. Wilson Emmons ' Z! l Livio Donirnari , Donna Govazzi W if' - Mrs, M. Tice 0 4 , f .. Nothing without Providence X04 Wg, Aff 15' rf ,J Lucy Hurowslxi, Mrs. M Tice THIRD ROW: Livio Donirnari, Thomas Dyke, Kenneth Dougherty, Roy Daubriey, Ronald Dobrasz, Eugene Dobbs, Walter Evans, Rich Donato, Kathleen Hutl, Arthur Dussler, Robert Farrell. gf!-f1z:.f--Jr D -2' n 1 Govozzi, Minnie Hamilton, Morna Johnson, Arline Stzlcovvitz, I 1 , 1 , . K ffffzf. 1 V ll I G Homeroom 25 I l Z 19?-A 9 .-,x . 5, . , , . ..- . , -V giivi -M' - , -L. - gh . .-I 13 - 5f'1"Ir", ' - .':f4 . ' . "3'.'5E'1'fTgi'-fri-1-A 5 lil' , 'lfifijiff , ,4 fit i Geffen 5222 F ff i gy Qff2131ffiwi1i::+ M M X ,if fi 4 iff--flfiiily ' -f. if f l X 4' . -.w '- - ,r-IN' ' ' 455-3 ., Mffugf-'T',-Z - -f -.-4.-f ,fu V4.3-'if f-4.4NA',g4,,. -. ' xx :- l i it tim I X N ' . f f ,. fa: . Q an Y ' ' ' V 'X if ' Z, : tx "lf ' X l 15-F- LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Mosier, Lieutenant 'ivwit if i 'Lf' Governorg John Fergusofti GOVGVHOV- f"'.:'1, "V ,.,-- ,,,,Q.f-+ ' . f-iff' -f,',1"' MHA, ,J "A ii: , 4"Y . f' Q. , i I ' ,. , l ' L tg" f ,V 5' State ..... . . . ,... ', Delaware A ' I Governor ........... ..l . ,. , .... John Ferguson y ' V .L , ' V Lieutenant Governor . . . . .... 1. ..... Joe' Mosier T G h , in ' Chronicle Representative . . .?- .,.,... Pot Kelleher lx Boys' Athletic Manager 5 . . .N . . . . Lee Undercofler fs I l S X Girls' Athletic Manager . .N , . . ,... Plot Kochan ,f E ' G I Advisor ......... A . . . .ff . . ...' ....... M M. Heory . W K Motto . . .... . . . . Liberty onclflndependence , ,fl , A1 ,. - K1..1l.-. I-11 Li ,----,...,.....n.--ui .4,.v- ' fx 1 I ii ri www., u,.Ll,,, v.I..A, .4,.-,... 5- FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mary Ann Galante, Pauline Humphrey, Kathryn Haney, Luigi Giarnpa, Pat Gall, Linda Franey, Vera Jackson. SECOND OW: Adriana Gazegian, Frances Galante, Carrnella laccvitti, Miss E, Dahlauist, THIRD ROW: Marilyn Johnson, Terry Edwards, Vincent Maloney, Jim Jagow, Robert Hughes, William Hunt, Walter Hurtienne, Peter A. Joy, James Rita Finley, El 'ne ncock, Maxwell John, Philip Goodman, Finley, James Fisher, Janice Ftlocamo. NOT PICTURED: Gail Marci Fe er n Strott, Dorothy Greco, Jerry Goldstein, Harvey, Ann Laurenzi. I I Q IQ! tate ,.... ...... l llinois 11" , AMD Governor ........... ...,.. P at Gall :td ' ' i" Lieutenant Governor .. Terry Edwards X." A l 7- - of E ,, Chronicle ............. .. Marilyn Johnson 41' ur V ' Bo s' Athletic Mana er .... James Finle .. ' l ' 0 Y 9 Y . , . X lil Girls' Athletic Manager . .. . . Kathr H ney ' " - x A I . V Advisor .....,......... ........,...... M iss Ejgqwp ' ,.' 4' , . , Motto .. .. State Sovereignty-Naiio q-L njo ' rg, f' I t .V i PM .f ' XJ, J , yt. XFQJVH - G Ax .li U K' V LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Gall, Ggvefnofi Teny 1 Edwards, Lieutenant Governor. 1 .JK . a Z1 f Iv ' UQ rg? ft ig' 'i 5: 11", n L F 4 I lg I' K 'fi 'J-" fi - 1f'::rfm535gQ, ' I 1 4-314:16-1. ir i s E . .. ,ss .ii is A --f ons'-" K i 4 'W 'rigs s-,ig if , W- ".-es.. ,-ll!'Qtgig if-i'iiiliL?,--.f"fAi,?:'g1.-.,l-,.:.'g i"-' ' ' Homeroom 253 Homeroom 255B vQ , 2 I 'Q rm: if fr er - S '. R x . Ni ' 1 V . V2 " r - !!, , ' J o e ""- -' tau- A. V0 - Q N, , : : , Q .. 'TW . V i ,, A s s so it A- J. T Y Y T Y iv W' 49 LEFT TO RIGHT: Ron Anderson, Governor I' IQ,-,hi R A N l Phil Arena, Lieutenant Governor State ..... ......... I owa Governor .......... . Ron Anderson Lieutenant Governor .. Phil Arena Chronicle Representative . . ..... Gail Barber Boys' Athletic Manager . . Stan Carbone Girls' Athletic Manager Margie Allotta Advisor .......,.......................,..... Miss R. Dimalcis Motto . .. ., Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Miss R, Dirnalcis, Martha Bailor, Mar- jorie Allotta, Marlene Archie, Frances Antonucci, Dorothy Brown, SECOND ROW: Margaret Glernb, Judy Amery, Joyce Austin, Joan Adams, June Austin, Sal Agnello, Roberta Gorman, Jean Coble, THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Bobo, John Asklcr, Mike Adams, Charles Arraiz, Gail Barber, Phil Arena, George St, Onge, Donald Abbott, Brenda Baxter. NOT PICTURED: Ronald Ander- son, Jane Andrews, Marvin Quackenbush, Stan Corbone, John Alles, Robert Atkin. Q Homeroom 306 ' ,MN Ti "" '15 i m Lnk2ii f sf N. -A i it V -1 ""f 2' '92 -f ' " 'AA D 'l , ri" is 'K " Si? Eli'-172-'lx If . i N fi , i LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy wafers, Lieutenant l MVK '44, W Governor, Sockie Vartanian, Governor, ul F 7" but kk .M .owl Y. 52 v' Q, State .,.... ......,... K ansos ' -' 'NNN Governor .......... . . . Sookie Vartanian C Lieutenant Governor . .. .... Judy Waters A .xl J J Env Chrolnicle .1 .......... Charlene Laur up yu 5 V Boys Athletic Manager .. .. David Yash i NL LL Girls' Athletic Manager . . . . Mary Watson Tj, lj Advisor ,... ........ ............... M r . E. Ducette Motto . . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Annie Waller, Anne Whitmoyer, Jewel Ann Yates, Anita Yesoian, Marilyn Walker, .lanice Nicosia, SEC- OND ROW1 Mr. E. Ducette, Charlene Laur, Margaret Bennion, Gail Wasanko, Bill Woodman, Gloria Elliotson, Arline Wasser, . . To the stars through difticulties C 1 '-. -1, Mary Weigel, Peggy Conway, Mary Weiss, THIRD ROW: Judy Waters, Bob Wolcott, Frank Lepiano, Tam Wishowski, Roger Walker, David Yash, Bill Yudichalc, Ed Baker, Sookie Vartanian. NOT PICTURED: Mildred Wells, Mary Watson, Otis Tweed. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Miss M. Neidrauer, Nancy Troyer, Edwina Szupello, Barbara Thomson, Carol Traposso, SECOND ROW: Carol Thompson, Rose Marie Tedesco, Mary Tame, Margie Sullivan, Barbara Szalach, Joyce Testa, Barbara Stybak, Jean U V ir - if J T , Up f Y K V State .... V, L ,i Governor ......... 5 E V Lieutenant Governor ..... , Chronicle Representative . . ' X' t X Boys' Athletic Manager . . yi, jf M, '+- 5922i " f if fr 4: Sykes, Carol Taylor. THIRD ROW: Nettie Strough, Carl Scotill, Rita Tegda, Peter Ripple, Tim Schroeder, Albert Quinney, Ernest Robinson, Janet Stiner, Richard Scipione. NOT PICTURED: Laura Swoveland, Leonard Rcwles, . . . Massachusetts .. Ernest Sanger .. Carl Scotill .... . Rita Tegda .. Albert Quinney LEFT TO RIGHT: Ernest Sanger, Govern Carl Scctill, Lieutenant Governor. JN fv Girls' Athletic Manager . . . . . . ...... Rose Tedesco f br N Advisor ............ .....,..... M iss M. Neidrauer 1 fl J otto .. .. e swor we see eace, 'px NV M By th d lc p J' lj A 5 But peace only under liberty. 92 li V J lt Y if W J ,Q KJ, J, yi' in 1-XXX P X JS "4 L 4:--E 'i N v s e lb- T g 5 mal y . ...rmxciu u----ff Q Y i---a--nal,-.1-p-.-.-.-.s--nun:A-'I---1 "NIU S' J if eeees no 3, ,?,Y,:.2-7gg-9. ,..s ---, .... .. ..f. ,l ..,.,,.. - I ' . l I , , , -... ' I I ,gl ' anniifii . N S - go 1,5 ' XX i A cumgu- N-f ' F. I. ,A -Til ii' . V. If"'f.-izlf'i"fi"i-Q' , ,V ' ,. ,. ' 1.53-53 Homeroom 352 f Ar! y 0 Homeroom 3 54 n H , J-, ,514 'sg f-E53-5.-.1j,f..,f,ff-Q 'Tiff i l , :V 1 3 , f -X ,iefe-ff :.,.1,epe V-fe , -1 '-' 5 4 ug A' u N in me ' I ' - as g 1 , fl Q , 'vi fi I 27 -' ' l ' 3 filS22""'l.... E 5 gs ' ! ll 5' -, ff as f l 'rag .J A n 'XP-:fi-5401, g ge' 4K2 " "Rf, , 5 L I L! , L p . QA' ll H , o . X D ell .riff f ' cu 'lr V , 'ssl ' g LEFT TO RIGHT: Harry mefedm, Geyer Y nor, Joy:e N:r'h'ap, Lieutenant Governor 8421135 13- ig- ka State . . . ......... Missouri xp' 'X Governor ......... . . . Harry Mooradian M Lieutenant Governor . . . . . . Joyce Northrup rn ffl Chronicle ............. . . Mory Muraca ,X M Boys' Athletic Manager . . . ..... John Migliazzo lf gy Girls' Athletic Manager . . . . . Sandra McCormick Q Advisor ............. ......... M rs. Anne Herges ' 'X' A Motto . .. The welfare of the people f shall be the suroreme law. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Gaeton Murgia, Sandy Rose McCor- mick, Nancy JO McKe-own, Carol Musgrave, Marie Teresa Rose Marie Morganti, THIRD ROW: Ronald Merrell, Barbara Montolbo, Geraldine Nudc, Mrs. Anne Herges. SECOND ROW: Odrzywolslci, John Migliazzo, Joseph Lucas, Richard Mestler, Nancy Martin, Tony Ligarnrnore, Joanne Misch, Jane Masterrnan, Edmund Lipnearski, Paul Johnson, Roy Mil'eyille, Edward Martino, Bucky Johnson, Patricia Mu'lhol'and, Corel Myers. NOT PICTURED: Joyce Northrup, Mary Muraco. Esther Moore, Sandra Messing, Don Meitz, Joanne Mrllison, Patricia Moore, Ronald Monti, Harry Mooradion, Janet Mlsch, l Homeroom 400 P' 'x Xl, , f I 7 :ly fig! ? i 5 xg .t T' N' L r US-f X If x 5 f ."" ' ,E L Rv. 'I ' ' , . T- -7 f K .f u n H' V i 6 Till? , A V4 4, f - 1' - , 4 35,9552 'Q A VL , .- , -if -'YJ I ' -'-f xr LEFT TO RIGHT: Marne Paonessa, Gcvernorp -' :rf 2 up . Q r Q3 5. ' .lorries McFarland, Lieutenant Governor. X fr N Q W - A State .... ..... . . . .... . . ..4.. Ohio N A , f - Governor ........... . . .L . . . . . . . . aria Paonessa N . X X J Lieutenant Governor ...... ....... , . . . . . , Jim McFarland 'X , 'f , Q Boys' Athletic Managqf ..... .. . .... . Salvatore Pagano .X Y Girls' Athletic Manag . .. .. . .i .. .. Eleanor Migliazzo , x X, N Chronicle ....,.. ...., . . .......... .. Barbara Paczynski if gl E Advisor . .. .... ..t. ........ M r . John Edwards rw ,Q X Motto ..... ....... . ... ............ A State Within a State Q3 lt 'I ll! i r Q ' A. X ,lp , f FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Sandra Palfre' era Perlci , Velma Geneva Packer, Arry Naughton, l he Olruer, Mr. John Edwards Mings, Roseanne Lc:Scala, Barbara Paczynski. SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: Stephen LaBail-Q--i L '1,'d Kaeppeler, Alber Eleanor Miglrazzc, Naria Pacnesszz, Arlene Panattoni, Jcanne Kanigislcy, Bob Bennet, Rolfin Vee- r '.'-,cl'Q' Bel: Mueller Naraclawslci, Joan Neumann, Michael Kargatis, Lynda Murray, Jirn McFarland, Jim Monro, Gzzsiiz 'a 'tt Richgvd Catler FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Arlene Pietras, Marianne Perri, Sharon Phillips, Maria Perna, Candida Passalaccfua, SECOND ROW: Dale Phillips, Elaine Quaranta, Marla Reed, Donna DeLong, Angela Pelechata, Roberta Stacey, Maureen Quackenbush, State ..... Governor ...... -, . . Lieutenant Governor . . . Boys' Athletic Manager . . Girls' Athletic Manager . . Chronicle Representative .. Advisor ............... Motto . . -21 f 'va' S ' rf ' '- ' " N L rg- xi E x i . 7 v if Jigga F L5 f ' YJ .L 'E fi ' Q . J I ,I .' Rebecca Phillips, THIRD ROW: Josephine Praydich, Norman Oleksialc, William Martin, Jean Praudfaot, Roy Nunnery, Fred- erick Martin, Ronald Longo, Charles Ogrodowski, Beverly Pfohl, NOT PICTURED: Bruno Mercurio, Duane Nixon, Joann Donatelli. , ,, maj f My ............Oregon lx' l ... Charles Ogrodowski' ffl! if . . . .. Marianne Perri fl ' .... Roy Nunnery f UU X ... Joann Donatelli Up ..... Sharon Phillipsdp WC ' .......Mr.D.Reesep L I K ., The Union lanofficiaftlu f , l ' , lu f LEFT RIG ne Perri, Lieutenant Governor, Charles Ogrodowslci, GovernOr. ' ,Sw A New as cjf'-X. Homeroom 402 REI". Homeroom 452 A 5 i ,- .+ ? Q XR 4 h . X , . , 'xx -QC' ' ' 71322. WX- .Mix ,K-A -R f '4 S., ' .xx x., Q A ,. -K XM ., J ,CMM N A fr- 7"'wn A "'- A. .. ,- '- 55-,-, -1. V qw? P ,' ogy. ll! State .,... Governor .......... rf ff' ,, Qrfrfngry fy M Lieutenant Governor .... Boys' Athletic Manager . . . Girls' Athletic Manager Advisor ..,.......... Motto . . FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Sandra Riettanaugh, Suzanne Platt, Rose Marie Rctunao, Sheila Serianni, Mary Pucci, SECOND ROW: Catherine Richner, Geraldine Piwowarczyk, Dcnna Couturiaux, Sandra Cable, Judy Polley, Frank Luna, Barbara Roll, Darleen Rose, Diane Smith, Concetta Rangatare, Helen ,H X-C LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Markle, Liectenant .L-on Governor, Joseph Pavfcwski, Governor. Virginia ., Joseph Pavvlowski . . . Robert Markle .. San Pagano Sandra Cable Mr. Wayne Gallagher Ever thus to Tyrants Printup. THIRD ROW: Sam Pagano, Joe Pacia, Pete' Maclarer, Clit? Mantour, Darrell Miller, Pat Rickard, John Hararn, VVayre Patrick, Joe Pawlowski, Don Oz-yp, Robert Markle. NOT PIC- TURED: Ernest Vencetti, Donna Blank, vo Q T ii Homeroom 455 IQ P 9 IM' By I T NEG' i 5' --' Xl fl 3 G., 744, Q Q- ja, A' .Q S- A l ss .AJ .iff A 6, 3 strut . . .. I . gag J, ,W ' "c 'Y' -Q V. ..A:gT'j1-ki .Q Sffilglsf f 15 i ' D 14 F LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Skuse, Governor, Ben Raymond, Lieutenant Governor. ISM" "'v :f"'T' eo. State .. Washington Governor .......... Lieutenant Governor .... Chronicle Representative . . Boys' Athletic Manager . . Girls' Athletic Manager . . . .. Peggy Skuse . . . . Ben Raymond . . . Joanne Serrianne ... . Lou Curcione .. Mary Skene Advisor .............. .... . . . . Mr. C. Long Motto . . . ........................... Al-KI FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Jessie Sconiers, Barbara Stacey, Fernando Morales, Jr., June Swartz, Joanna Scricco. SECOND ROW: Donna Spicer, Jerri Syracuse, Marian Socks, Ben Raymond, Marcia Stover, Joe Colavecchia, Mary Skene, Sheila Smith, Joe Nicosia, Wanita Jane Stahlrnan, Jo Ann Serrionne. THIRD ROW: Clndian word meaning Bye and Byel Alexa Shillington, Pat Stattord, Joe Muzzillo, Arnold Nazorian, Anthong Morreale, Jim Neilson, Louis Curcione, David Reele, James Payne, Barbara Snyder, Peggy Skuse. NOT PICTURED: Bonnie Shaver. ml A wild, Ml' ii 'fl' Me, nr.. Alm a Mater We love thee, dear old high, With your halls of learning grand, Your colors we'll hold high, To the front we'll proudly stand, Always, always staunch and true, Always, always proud of you! And your praises loud we'll sing. We to thee our homage bring. Nine' rahs for Niagara Falls! Nine for the Red and Gray! To duty now she calls, That success may with us stay. So we pledge ourselves anew, N.F.H.S. we'll be true, And for you we'll climb the height Niagara, you're all right. A. Gow Brownell 14 95 In Memoriam in Warren A Scotchmer 9 8, . I 2 Q ff 2 .V 1 A 7 ,J L, 'xxx Wifi, A 'fe ' 333 4-Lf A- 34?-as, 5- -Cb. 4, gel --,-fra J " ' 1 1 I Y'-Asif 1' ' .f 4,13-'x. , ,V 'I 7 A-Q4., N1 +-af ,,, .5 X 5 . Y JM if sv 'S N X v 3, k 4 Q " Q S 'K- s fm, X , - A if fa" 1 4 ,u 'S - K. H fl.. 'K A -L V32 Q52 ii O .11 5 1 . , ,WZ N! :S L 0 1 -ff ky: 99 A .5 L 1,4 .. X ...K CHRONICLE STAFF, Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Roseanne LaScala, Ann Simonette, Maria Marchelos, Gail Fischer, Nancy Hall, Mary Mussari, Barbara Chrzanowslci, Beverly Martinez, Donna Mantell, Gail Srneaton, Joanne Maruse, Raftaela DeMunda, Pat Aubert. SECOND ROW: Pat Kochan, Darleen Rose, Eleanor Clark, Sue Frornrnert, Jane Oliver, Judy Longley, Mary McMurtrie, Rita Fin- ley, Joan Neumann, Carol Mignat. THIRD ROW: Tony Gabrielli, Judy Morgan, Sandy Lawrence, Gayle Baney, Carl Bleecher, Eric Williams, Sharon Stricker, Margaret Soule, JoAnn Long, Larry Berds. Chronicle In place of the local news and gossip told around the old cracker barrel in the Wild West, is the Chronicle of N.F.H.S. The newspaper had its beginning when the West was still young in l879, and throughout the years it has grown and flourished. With a total subscription of 550 copies, this year's Chronicle was published in six issues continuing to provide interest and excitement for its readers. Judy Longly is the editor and Eric Williams the managing editor. CHRONICLE REPRESENTATIVES, Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Marilyn Johnson, JoAnn Serrianne, Jean Condit, Patricia Kelleher, Gall Fischer, Mary McMurtrie, Pat VVade, Janice Pinizatti, Judy Mazza, Suzarre Platt, Rita Curtin, Joanne LaRosa, Barbara Paczynslci. SECOND ROW: Charlene Laur, Joan Strasburg, Betty Phelps, Mary yn,-wee - oven Mo I sv ra Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Mr. W, Brady, Gail Fisher Sue Fromrnert, Carol Mignot, Patricia Aubert, Anthony Gabriella SECOND ROW: Judy Longley, Richard Greene, Gayle Baney Eric Williams. Ann Feder, Betty Boniello, Gail Barber, Eleanor Soluri, Rita Jellison, Barbara Borowicz, Gerry Bruccoleri, Barbara Chrzanow- ski. THIRD ROW: Paul Kankolenski, William Emmons, Peter Oz- zimo, Stanley Zehr, Bill Scalzo, Larry Berds, Rita Tegda. 1 1 .-, .am 0.4 Niaga rian Staff Editors and Advisors Left to Right, SEATED: Joan Ewart and Jim Farrell. STANDING: Mrs. Harriett Donovan, Miss Pauline Jones, Miss Ann McCabe. The Staff Co-Editors .......... Joan Ewart and Jim Farrell Business Managers ........................... Marguerite Ricotta and Ann Struzikiewicz Art Editors ...... Ann Feeley and Rochelle I-lutkott Faculty Advisors ............................ Mrs. H. Donovan and Miss A. McCabe Business Advisor ............... Mrs. B. Rickard Art Advisor .... Miss P. Jones The pioneers who played a living role in the legend of the Old West had a restless spirit which drove them to seek constant improvements in every phase of life. In the same spirit, the 1958 Niagarian has added features intended to make the yearbook more serviceable to today's pioneers-the high school student. Both boys and girls were selected to receive recognition as the "superlatives" of the graduating Left to Right FIRST ROW Cynthia Scott, Eleanor Clark, Jim Farrell, Judy Bottorf Shirley Mariano SECOND ROW: Sue Frommert, Rhoda Jircitano Carolyn Flanagan Booth Fowler, Martha Morgan, Ritta Jo Stiegmon Pat Pav'ak THIRD ROW Carol Mann, Barbara Bader, Ann Feeley Jerome Sekula Linda Putnam, Joan Ewart, Linda Mann. class, in a poll administered in all senior homerooms. This is found on page 68. The "highlights and headlines" of the senior year are given in a history which runs throughout the senior section. It is hoped that the impressions and emotions which accompanied these experiences will return to the seniors many years after their graduation and that they will serve as a reminder of the work and play, the tears and laughter, which made their senior year "the best ever." Editorial Staff r 6 Gail Crowie. Left to Right, Checking Carolyn Flanagan and i S fr ' 1 A. XSS!" -wi-M. X if 'ii fi fist' 1 X3 N gf!!! A N 'x' 2 fs fl, xx-3 .. , a I , 1 X! f n 1 , if 17' 'Rfb 1 if qi: xx RL L2 .' ' A g 12 Kink, A , P ff' ff "1 'Q i 5 , v , 1 I I :I Xx s K Q a ' Q fl-E 5,5 f,i'!Kxigf':i , af-, V .- uw.-ill' ', 1' g, 'f f fbdlav ' ma ji Z! jug I Q' N, . 1. . f I . D V 'E gk 7c s0x' f if ggi hhX""-MeQv. . K ff p 1 .5 A X 4- ' f f -0 wr . ,WFT Mars f fu , J X N11 l , gxqoell, Mm i ,E S? N? +I? ' ' 03 ?mks.? X Q JW A V BN lv f - ff , gn" .5 Q W igffagzznf fi 'WV' lffv is 3 Q I g Xt , 6 1, sg Q.i,fa fi., :gb f ff if ' f f f . . . : , Sfruzi , ,V mx ' ' A :::2:1, ' 2'?S?1f ,?'f'?"efiK"'?! M"i"P DW'-Z . X li . S 'fy 'Q "L, 1 1 jg gy- g f, Q4 2- jx5:5"!f, 3 f '?"'5w'l f'f'!? QW-.lfxafle .- " r is "Q Fifa Tv' l-ef? 70 Rlghlf FIRST ROW: Frances Rew, Gail Fischer, Joanne Gayle Baney, Linda Mizrn, Joan Ew':". Sue Blachirslql, Ritta Jo White, Arn Plwowarczylc, Carolyn Flanagan, Chuck Dell, Joyce Stiegrran, Martha Mogzzn, Brenda Cu'r,:ne. THIRD ROW: Booth Gray, Kathleen D'Grillo, Cynthia Scott, Ludmilla Prosniak, Fowler, Roy lNixsor', Eff Vvittcapp, John Hall, D:iv'd lzvett, Joe Madlyne DiCecco. SECOND ROW: Gail Crowle, Pat Shriner, Elaine Coles, V rcenette Sc be'T:, Pat Aubert, Hoflmeister, Lirda Shotstahl, Nancy Lou Camann, Linda Putnam, Honor Society The Honor Society has had a most active and successful year. Under the very capable guidance of Miss J. Wylie, the Society revised its constitution, increasing the re- quired average Tor Juniors entering the organization To 9200. A brealqtast-induction was held in November, at which Mr. A. Dietrick was named the SocieTy's new advisor. Taking a bold new step, The Honor Society established a monetary tund to hnance various programs to encourage scholarship. The money tor The fund was obtained Through a number ot financial proiects, includihg a bake sale and a dance. Later in the year the Society attended The annual banquet which it holds in coniunction with the LaSalle Honor Society. , ll Honor Society Officers li , I ,. 1 QQ . , . . - g 'dd . S- iff- 5. ' Ku ff' : . WY. A Left Oo Right, STAGGERED: Booth Fowler, Vice-P'esider't, Bill Witt- Q A I Q,-jf.,-1 f i ' 'f 49' nas.-. ,A.,J,1-3.31 copp, Treasurer, Joan Ewart, Secretary, Mr. Arthur Dietrick, Advisor, I . T I "alfa, Joseph Colosi, Presderzt. A ll-'i lu x . i ,, - ' Q X n , N BX Q9 r . X, AXTROBLEUK T fill Jflxiigfi -'ik 5 qi- 11 M if Q, ' f STARDUST EDITORS, Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Barbara Cooke Eleanor Evans, Gayle Baney, Christopher Dobbie, Brenda Culhane Ramona Espina. " '13 , gm 2 he A g T, .E gif" 5 J Q Q ' I uri I 6 4 OVJL Dell -Z Stardust Not all poets live in garrets, some have ioined the Writers' Workshop where they have united their creative efforts to produce "Stardust," the magazine of original student literature. Early in the year committees were formed and editors elected, assignments provided creative material, which was sifted to the final contributions. With Dr. Charles Long as advisor and Miss M. Lanigan and Miss P. Jones as as- sistants, the Stardust came out on schedule with a Wild West theme complimented by the colors of black and white. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Judy Coretta, Charles Dell, Barbara Zcfuto, Eleanor Evans. THIRD ROW: Judy Longley, Brenda Cul- Cooke, Barbara Lentine, SECOND ROW: Dolores Bianco, Ramona hone, Gayle Baney, Joe DiPasquale, Peter Levitt, Chris Dobbie, Espina, Shirley Mariano, Karen Kilkenny, Gay Supple, Mary Ann Ross Thomson, Pat Aubert, Bella Grossman. 1 I 5 LeH To Righf, FIRST ROW: JaArre Mouse, Rose Marie Morgsrfi, Kafherine Emmons, Sylvia Bfirksdale, Ann Simoneifc, Barbara Cooke, Vio"i Li19'i.'e, Elesfcr Nglazzo, Laura Nocca, Jaime Whife. SECOND ROW: Arlene DeLa'e'zo, Joanre Brigar7e, Narcy Liersca, Maryann Garcasz, Evelyn Zemla, Loraire Srffh, Carol Taylor, Dorra Blank, Virgina Sfalilnwan, Mary Whlfcher, .A W K I T ll Jane Krzzrrer, RaTTczeia DeMund:z, Vera Perkins THIRD ROW: Ruth Feldrveyer, Toni Bradr, Lecnore Bevilacaua, Evelyn Dolce, Arne 'vN'h,vn-oyer, Joyce Grizy, Julia Turk, Diane Banda, JoAnn Donfitell, Pm McGee, Nancy Lenz. FOURTH ROW: Pat VanHarn, Bonnie Brady Gail Srreafon, Joy Heath, Lo'na Nclorey, Janice Pokrzyk, Betiy Phelps, Elaine Hancock, Geneva Packer. Strains of music TioaT from The audiTorium of Niagara Falls High School Tvvice a week. The mixed chorus under The direcTion of Mr. Warren ScoTchmer, welcomes a new group of singers annually. This year They periormed in Niagara Falls' Maid of The MisT FesTivaI. if .., E W?--'es I 6123 A 0 ' 'J A mi ' ' . 99 aff i I LefT To Right, FIRST ROW: JoAnn Ververfloh, Karen Keck, .larice more. THIRD ROW: Judy Gcodrg, Shirley Marlara, Rhoda Jircifarc, Pffizoffi, Brerda Culhc'e, KaThleen S7ore',f, PaTr'cia McCu'e, Carol Carol Ell':fT, Linda Mann, Sally Leehan, Edwra Szupellc, Jayne Musgrave, Ja"eT Barber. SECOND ROW: Beverly G. Llger, Suz3"'e Pl:TT, Marca Clark, Jeanie Carliri, Norris Johnson, Judi ScaTT, Nancy Golder, Mufel Cornell, He"Ie'Ta Barfos, Vircer-effe Sala- Wilsor, .loffvwe BerTl'oT. FOURTH ROW: Karen K'lke"ny, Judy Langley, Madha Morgan, Jecr' Cordli, Judy DIRImer, Sardi Lam- bert, PCT Shrirer, Em.ly W lzox, Carol Mann. -Q I I Left to Right, FIRST ROW: James Farrell, Bruce Wagoner, Fernando Morales, Jr, Ray Darby, Ross Thorrscr, Johr K'ern- czylr, Gdry Dalesandro, Otis Tweed, Michael Tecchio, Peter Ozzimo, Larry Berds. SECOND ROW: Roy Wixson, Earl Hallett, Art Ceccuto, Bill Scrzlzc, John Hope, R:'and Raharn, Darrell jffffzeifkff' Mfler, Jan-es Burton, Art Borgescn. THIRD ROW: Calvin Briggs, Arthur Smith, Charles Waters, Ernie Vendetti, Ken PintwaIa,Mike Newrocki, Robert Doane, Steve Drozdowslri, Emilio Giando- menico. During the school year, the student body is privileged to hear special seasonal programs offered by the chorus, including a welcome assembly for Mr. O'Brien and a Christmas assembly. Another highlight of their musical program is the annual Spring Concert. This organiza- tion, of which we are so proud, is a vital part ot iXl.F.H.S. school spirit, as it continues to delight students and various alike. 1. f3t"af.'7 v I K ' Q 44,9 3 g ' 1 0 fi Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Pauline Felcetc, Beverly Ann Martinez, Barbara Chrzanowski, Patricia Pratt, Mariorie Allotta, Patricia Lawler, Frances Antonucci. SECOND ROW: Rose Tedesco, Laura Hudak, Judy Caretta, Gloria Nicoletti, Mary Dodario, Carole D'Anna, Pat Aubert, Terese Tecchio, Rose Marie Rotunda, Nancy Traub, Sherrie Waggener, THIRD ROW: Judy Brunn, Vince- M, eff : Annette D'Arnuro, Dianne VVatroba, Mary Muraca, Lorraine Marty, Karen Albert, Joan Adam, Darleen Rose, Gail Wasenko, Gwendolyn Willis, FOURTH ROW: Judy Waters, Vincenette Scibetta, Marian Neal, Ruth Welham, Barbara Odrzywolslci, Lydia Nariewicz, Sue Hutson, Christina Vertry, Ritta Jo Stieg- man. A I - 3575 1 4:,,.x.p 3 I I gn . li 5. 5, 4 r Q ar, " Y 'S' it wrt. .i L l -'l Iiillir 51 I2 fd, age-'B-1... X 221 ilwg 5-f""-Q 75 -1: 'ai -VE! '-I '-1' lf' if P: 3X -ig MISS M. BLACKMAR, Library Workers, left to Right: J. Pcpkey, C. Musgrave, G, Baney School Librarian P. Pratt. Libra ry Included in the "roundup" of books contained in our library are those which bring alive again the Wild West. We at Niagara Falls High School are unusually proud of our time library and its competent staff. The most valued room in the school, it is the place to which students go to study, to use reference books, dictionaries, pamphlets and books of all kinds. Along with the new books which have been added to the library this year, the appearance of the library has also been improved by the addition of a new tile floor. Under the supervision of Miss Marjorie Blackmar, our new librarian, the girls that have volunteered their services in the beginning of the year work in the library each period, before and after school. Among their duties are checking books in and out, recording attendance, informing students of their reserves and overdues and also help- ing students to find books and information on various subiects. Through their work they are gaining valuable experience and are also learning to use the library to its fullest advantages. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Pauline Feketic, Betty Boniello, Nancy ROW: Gayle Baney, Jean Popkey, Judy Waters, Judy Gooding, Hall, Pat Ricciuto, Carol Reeves, Daisy Costanza, Patricia Pratt, Judy Morgan, Judie Demler, Linda Smith, Donna Hailey, Mary Carol Thompson, Penny Clare, Joyce Rothrock, Joyce Sawmo, Mussari, Barbara Wengzyn. Joanne White, Linda A. Humphrey, Kathleen Kelman. SECOND Left to Right, HRST ROW: Rudy Maida, Pat Van Horn, Jean Shumway, Mildred Wells, Christina Ventry, Jim Rotella, Michael Kargatis, Stanley Carbone, Gavin Aitken. SECOND ROW: Nel- son Pappucci, James Kew, Mike Nawrocki, Carol Mignot, Ross Thomson, Gail Crowie, Gary Kennedy, Norman Skowronski, James Cancerni, Ronald Scibetta, Phil Arena, Alistair Morton. THIRD Baney, Duane Snyder, man, M Band ROW: Roy Wixson, William Tisdale, Linda Putnam, Gayle Richard Heuer, Duane DuBois, Duane Ferchen, John Hope, Nixon, Bill Woodman, Jerome Bryk. STANDING: Barbara Michael Tecchio, Norma Gilbert. John Asklar, Dick Gunzel- r. John Hadden. Formations on the football tield each fall have ranked our band as one of the best in this area. Under Mr. John F. l-ladden's direction, the band has helped bring out high school auditorium where they school enthusiasm at these games as well as in the play for every assembly. Their fame has spread eno play for local iunior high schools and in this tall's also provide a main part of the annual Spring Concert. Although the band changes its membership each year, the same fine quality is continued. MARCHlNG BAND 108 ugh that they have been invited to "Maid of the Mist" Festival. They KN E 0 'B N 1:53 "i2'6gl!g gas' , wi ggRQ.i.,:,A ' , f"'LY L1- ,-Nji. N .4:Q',g1., ,X Q if 1- Z N' I X ' ii. - ,.,':..iik 'T l iv ig -fe Y It 1 H 5 'f . Egzxff .,. ' COUNSELLING, left to Right: Barbara Borowicz, INFORMING, Left to Right: Mr. J Janowski Miss G Erwin, Sandra Larrbert. , Charles Wgters, G u I d a nce The Guidance Department provides many serv- ices to help students with their problems and plan for their future vocations. This year, numerous girls ana boys in trying to solve their educational, vocational, and personal problems, found Miss Erwin and Mr. Janowski to be of valuable assistance. information giving is perhaps one of the most important services of the guidance office. Interest, ability, and achievement test results are available from the counselors so that students can have valid information on which to base sound vocational and educational plans. Many students have found the guidance ofhce sponsored meetings with college representatives very beneficial in helping secure data on different colleges. Likewise, complete information Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Bella Grossman, Sandi Lambert, Marie Stanik, Linda A. Humphrey, Pat Sobczyk, Patricia Pratt. SECOND ROW: Rose Marie Morgariti, Miss G. Erwin, Gail Fisher, Pat is available concerning college admission, require- ments, local and national scholarships, loan funds, part time jobs, and after graduation work opportuni- ties. Another important service of the guidance de- partment this year was the Cadet Teaching Program. Under this program, seniors who are interested in teaching are able to gain practical experience by helping regular teachers in the elementary classroom. A staff of fifteen girls, student assistants, was chosen to assist Miss Erwin and Mr. Janowski carry out the many duties of the Guidance Office. The student assistants were responsible for correcting tests, run- ning errands, and keeping the occupational tile up to date. Shriner, Rochelle Hutkoff, Barbara Borowicz, Pot Jendraszek, Mr J. Janowski. N: l' Ll c,,g ff? 1 f i?" QT 41 l 25 Q - T' Q . l I ' Q' ,fs 1 mms BANKING, Left to Right: J. Laps, J. Conti, School Trecisurer. School Store BULLETIN BOARD WORKERS: Gcfl Hors vey, Morilyn Johnson. ' xg- X x XXH r S I V K X X xx'-X X Vs-' As the Generol Store served the needs of the people of the West, our School Store 'fury CX sells to the students olrnost ony supplies they rnoy need. ing etticiently lor rnony yeors, Notebooks, poper, typing pgper, pencils, erosers, book- ' X X , Under the supervision of Miss Virginia Donohue, the School Store hos been operot- Q Nix Xl X keeping poper, shorthand notebooks ond vorious other items ore on sole every morning up X- betore school ond during the lunch periods. The protits trorn the School Store ore turned wx K X Q over to the Student Council which in turn uses them tor school octivities. 9- .tb KNO xx: K S 1 K XA. . z X R Q is X X sg as Left to Right, STAGGERED: Jean U if ce S:v."r:1, Don Prnfo, P:"':':: Keuehei NOT PICTURED: Vary Q "QV N Torre, Esther Moore, Judy De,3, Ros: 3 'J 3 fg, J-d,' Cor' on, L"'d:: Shztstgzrl. N X iv yiv - , III STRING TRIO, Left To Right: RTT: Ja Stlegrran, Ffcnces Rew Christina Veritry. Orchestra Under The direction ot Mr, John I-ladden, The orchestra has become well known Throughout The area as one of The best in its field. IT has been their privilege to play at local iunior high schools, as well as play tor our own school assemblies. They also participate in The Spring Concert each year. Their practice sessions are held Twice a week and like The band, their membership chonges annually. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Frances Row, Carol Mignot, Christina nedy, Norman Skowrorski, Lindo Smith, Michael Tecchio, Wendy Ventry, 'Nilliarn Tisdale, Gayle Bancy, James Rotella, Mildred Conibear, Pat Rickard, THIRD ROW: Joyce Grily, MGVY MUVGCU, Wells, Jerry Goldstein, Gail Crowe, Ritto Jo Steigman. SECOND John Klemczyk, Roy Wlxson, John Askler, John Hope, Gavin ROW: Dennis Wayne: John Rodak, Janie Kramer, Ruth Crack- Aitken, Michael Kargatis, Stan Carbone, Ronald Scibetta, Duane nell, Rosearina LaScala, JoAnn Long, Rudy Maida, Gary Ken- DuBois,Mr.J. Hodden, Barbara Snyder, Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Judy Gill, Cynthia Scott, Mary Jane Reid. SECOND ROW: Ruth Welham, Judy Battorf, Sandra Boyd, Judy Mazza, Barbara Bader, Linda Putnam, Cecile Camann, Linda Schultz. , iwlwpkjww , giflZrf'xXO01'- Wifijfylfy f L dbx? rofkwjt 9, T X Clinic WWQJYMW nder the supervision of Miss H McCarney R N 'lp x J 9 ' ' , , . ., M . linic staff ot girls performs innumerable services jc Dy l i N.F.H.S. Today there are no bullet-ridden cowboys A, J ' i N o be administered to, but nevertheless these young , 1 omen may be called upon to give first aid and JJ! 59, I render emergency services at any time. AWK xl l Dr. MCC. Brown J'lOOTSl riwllafgf 2 - a , Vfief i Miss H. McCarney DIRECTS the POLIO SHOTS Cx left to Right: Bonnie Seely, Diane Hartman, Charlene Laur, Mrs. Margaret Lyrch, Pat Stafford, Helen Michaels. Office Staff it was only through careful and intelligent planning, arranging and directing that the Wild West was eventually tamed and settled. Such is the case with any society, even a high school, and we owe the smooth-running etticiency of our school to the othce statt, our directors and helpers. Mrs. A. O'Brien serves the students and the taculty im- measurably, by acting as secretary for our Principal, as well as taking care ot perma- nent records and handling all college transcripts. Mrs. M. Lynch is in charge of attend- ance records, bulletins, switchboard, and other essential ottice business. A group of girls, under the supervision ot Miss C. Morrissey and Miss E. Dahlquist, collect attendance envelopes and sheets. We ot the Niagarian Stott take this opportunity to publicly show our appreciation for the excellent services performed by this staff. to Right FlRST ROW: Krithoyn lnlariey, Rita sy' SECOND ROW: Lrdi: Franey, hrs ri, 'Ass E. Dah'::,'st, Janice Fill ci O M's. F S 'TR rl, LEFT TO RIGHTS Bill Left to Righf, SEATED: Chczfles Vvlorers. STAND VVWVCCCCV DCU-7 Dir ING: Rch Szawdcvrs DQ:-.e Ywsh, Dori Yosh disihg, Projection Staff The sloge crew ol Nfogoro Polls High School, might very well be ohle To Hchohge The scene" To d rollicking Wild West scene. Urider The direction of Mr, Frorilc Boggolloy, The sloge crew builds sels, works The lights ohd Curloihs, cmd performs moriy unseen iosks. Truly, ony ploys or ossemblies preserved during The yeor, would riot be successful, bu? for The hoe ossislohce of the sloge Crew. LEFT TO RIGHT: uc'-'e Yosh, l'.'.'. D. L:',e', 5:3 Rzh SC-'Ll'f"S, Defi Yzzsl' Ch: le Y HWY'- copp, Mr. F, B:gg11loy,X-.d. 5:2 Cz. d 'Q d 5 hu 9 X1 -c N-5 ,f X Q, eggy as 1 2 , S ' Q -, 1 ll. D ' Y lilgg! ina D D i i OFFI Don: :J for Roni: d D Q ., Def d Ter, Ur O: ogher, E Co ssc, CERS, Lett to Right: Mr, W, Gallagher, EUREKA! Left to Right: C V' V l l l fxrfr-rf f- f. ' Dxdisirtg, Science Club As the pioneers ot yesterday worked on improving their homes, guns, and means of transportation, the students of the Niagara Falls High School Science Club vvorlc on ex- periments and observations to improve science. Mr. Wayne Gallagher, advisor, meets with the club every other Tuesday to discuss scientific ideas and conduct experiments. One of their proiects this year is a trip to Buffalo for a "Star Party," Ron DiGregorio, President, aided by Donald Yash, Vice-President, and John Didis- ing, Secretary and Treasurer, has led the activities of the Science Club. This club also presents information concerning scholarships to the members and arranges scientihc ex- hibits in the cabinets of the fourth floor annex. i . Dbl .y , 3 l A ,P XXV-I , P Va' ff KJ Left to Raghf, Finst ROW: eff- w.fftf5e-Qt, Dzld Didising, y I X Donald Abbott, Jarrf-5 Rousseau, Eugene Co'uc:i, Mr, VJ. Gallo- xg'- gher, SECOND ROW: Ro":'d D Gregorio, Chorles Vfoters, David ,i ' Yash, Donold Yzzsh, R'zl1:'dMe3"cr. Q ,x tt: f' mm 3 .'ote's, R. 'Ae fn ,.,-""" fr-tx Na 'S .NX E Y UAT HAYT 5?-.. LEFT TO RIGHT: Nr. Mark R. Bedford, Baath Fowler Ro s Thompson, Linda Putnam, Jcan Efvart, Joe Colosi Hall. Scholarship Club In the true spirit of the Old West, advisor Mark R. Bedford guides many students on their future careers in the College and Scholarship Club, In this organization, rneet- ing Tuesday and Thursday evenings in room 45l, tests of various kinds are available to students to help determine their weak and strong points in various subject areas, These, Q then, the students can improve in preparation for college entrance exams, Here, too, all information concerning colleges, scholarships, entrance blanks, catalogues, can be found. Any student is welcome to become a member, but special emphasis is placed on high school iuniors and seniors. Many graduates owe their present success in college and in obtaining hnancial aid to membership in this very worthy organization. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Cynthia Scott, Vincenette Salarrone, Janie Kramer, Patricia Pratt, Linda Schultz, Nola Bennett, Joe Calosi, Maryann Gancasz, Barbara Borowlcz, Mary Jane Reid, Joanne White, Theresa Falsetti, Jean Shurnway, Gail Fischer, Marcia Buzzelli, Elaine l'laffn'eister, Nancy Golden. SECOND ROW: Margaret Soule, Jaan Evvart, Rita Finley, Pat Shriner, Linda Putnam, Barbara Bader, Gail Vvilliarrson, JoAnn Venvertloh, Linda Shofstahl, Margaret Johnston, Eleanor Clark, Phyllis Sicu- rella, Carole Bond, Gayle Baney. THIRD ROW: Richard Mestler, Alex Basta, Karl Zeiger, Anthony Ross, Dsrald Abbott, Duane Beckett, Booth Fowler, Gary Gall, Eugene Colucci, Roland Raham, Stuart VVhltn'ire, Jim Farrell, FOURTH ROW: Mr. Mark Bedford, Salvatore Dangelo, Stuart Gray, Gerry Sekula, Ralph Shen1ik,.lackCornell, Bob Traver, Keith Lyrch, John Hall, Robert Clark, Ronald DlGregorio. .is Left to Right, SEATED: ING: Dowd Lc.ett, M ss Les!-. ltlrfhi ROW: Left to Right, FIRST ROW: tfss L Mass'm'l'an, Jare Krarvet Ela'ne l-lottmeister, Gall Fisched SECOND Joseph Colosi, David Lovett, Nelson Pappucci, B.ll Wittcopp, Booth Fowler, Anthony Ross, Karl Jensen. The Marshall Club The John Marshall Club, advised by Miss L. Massimilian, meets once every two weeks in the high school. The organization was created this year, and is dedicated to the pursuit ot intellectual investigation and discussion. Its programs cover a wide range ot subiect matter. Marshall Club's ofticers are: Booth Fowler, President, David Lovett, Vice-President, Gail Fischer, Secretary, and Joe Colosi, Treasurer. Membership is limited to twenty and tryouts were held December 18. The Niaga'a Falls High School delegation to the Model United Nations, held at Buttalo State Teacher's College, functions within Marshall Club. Annually each of the United Nations' members is represented by a Western New York High School. The gathering ot the Model UN., this year, held on March 22, is an experience to witness, and it often rivals the Wild West days ot Old tor action, lt is a noble experiment in the modern world toward better understanding ot other nations and their problems. Joseph Colosl, Gail Fischer. STAND- L, Massirnhan, Booth Fcwfer. it we T 'dl' l '- J, ' 152.1 . m rl' i fat, 2-fl t-'ffl if 1 -7 C., 'xx :eg X rr -L RH I left to Right, FIRST ROW: Mr. L. Roinville, Linda Humphrey, Cynthia Scott, Ludmilla Prosianik. SECOND ROW: Nancy Golden, Judy Morgan, Rita Finley, Geneva Packer, Nancy Hall, Phyllis Sicurella. THIRD ROW: Joan Ewart, JoAnn Long, Gayle Baney, Richard Saunders, Ann Struzikiewicz, Lynda Murray, Mary McMurtrie "Chevaliers De La Table Ronde" One of the newer organizations of N.F.H.S. is the French Club or "Chevaliers de la Table Ronde" llinights of the Round Table.l Under the direction of its advisor, Mr. Lucien Rainville, the club meets monthly to promote understanding of oral French, appreciation of French culture, and enjoyment of the food, music, and customs of France. As the only language society in N.F.H,S., it is unique. After the presentation of a mystery play, "Un Vol A L'Hotel," the executive committee was elected. Officers include: Gayle Baney, President, Linda Humphrey, Vice-President, Nancy Golden, Secretary, and Richard Saunders, Treasurer. The new officers began planning in November for a toy drive for A-so-Las:-frm-:gf-f "'l'Q57-' .V Q ' -"f"5.f- S 'i diggs-' 97? sf o -M 3, ii 7' zsw? ,:-i1,.Q,'--2' Ls- .cm - "3f'-:11i.' - I , 'q7f",-, ', '4, 4E1'L:.::li ., f- " TL, Li? . W I ,. T V V " Fi ".,-Lo- 'Af n , Lgf 1 if E3 ' f 1-as '. 954 I I 'Fx---w1fvf:'f'2"s ' ,, ,N ,s , - 'iv' SQ, 1, Lf- gf , 3 lf: Y at-" ' fl-ie "' 51" ' ,C ' x,L,'- 1 Q K ir- ' gs x L fs- D- -Tjga-' ... underprivileged children, purchase of French films, a radio program featuring the club, excursions and holiday parties, and possible adoption of a French orphan. Membership is open to those who have taken at least two years of French. The club crest is a horse drinking champagne, and the motto, accord- ingly, "Bouvez, Chantez, et Soyez Joyeux," which means, translated, "Drink, Sing, and be Merry." By holding the business meetings in English and conver- sational periods in French, the members familiarize themselves with the foreign language and accom- plish oflicial matters more quickly. Left to Right, SEATED: Nancy Golden Linda Humphrey. STANDING: Mr. L. Rainville Gayle Baney, Richard Saunders. ,3- 'in Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Jae Coiosi, Jerry Uaiasiein, iviutib Advisor, SEL.uNlJ NOW: Stanley Levin, Stuart Gray, Reg: Theirs L'pari, R:'i:'sd Rtzlwam, Baath Fowl:-r, Nelson Pappucci. John son, Bill Noblin, Bob Clark, Rich Saunders, .lohn Hall, Peter Switzer, Wlayne Patrick, Chris Dobbie, Mr. Mark R. Bedford, Levitt. Forensic Society The Forensic Society, one of our school's oldest selective organizations, holds to the original pur- poses of its founders - good fellowship, and prac- tice in public speaking and debate. At dinner meetings held every other Tuesday evening in the homes of the members, programs of a wide variety of interest are presented. Some of the outside speakers leave been Md Edward Pothoff, our city manager, M-'. Stanley Horab, our community ambas- sador, and Dr. Richard Saunders. Impromptu speeches, club debates, and films of current Interest afe among the other interestng programs. Other actvties leave included boxulfrg, a gym nigrt, and Lft to Right, SEATED: fire td ':" Rzrard Sands-5 STANDING: T!" '.':'L Q Erafmd, Fctw Le.Ztf. Roz: WTKTSCU. attendance at the Niagara - St. Bonaventure game. The annual Speaking Contest is held in the spring, At four meetings, members compete with each other. Leading business and professional men iudge the speeches, and choose a finalist. At the annual Father and Son Banquet, these Hnalists com- pete again, and a winner is chosen. Ofiicers for the first term were as follows: President, Richard Saunders, Vice-President, John Hall, Secretary, Ross Thomson, Treasurer, Peter Levitt. Much credit is due to our advisor, Mr. Mark Bedford, who has freely given time and assistance in planning meetings. ii fee Y . i' 1 is I f' if F' N7 ,fs la, 2 ' 1-K ,H Q., ,., .. J ,, aff? f 'za 1 . z " W-Y ' 'L l A,',,,! Q, :Ml 2 i't""'fiK7 .l iv' 'N' ,N lg .g.LLi:.fi'--'TffJ5" Ah., ,r,'t'!f9yU g'K',' 'Uxiim A 120 Left to R: ht FIRST ROW- Anthony Ross, Robert Doone, Ross Chorles Vtloters Corl Bleefher Jerry Selculo Michoel Nowro ki g . - o , - , , Thomson Jon Grouer, Roy Wixson, Eric Willioms, Rolph Shemik, Christopher Dobbie, Donold Yosh, Dovid sh, .lorries Kew Mr Rich Sounders SECOND ROW: Joseph Cordornone, Robert Eddy, Robert Simpson. V 'VL V . ' 1 ' flfgf' if V 5 FN 1 pta ' 1 yay DS lx Key Club fQLj,fjl,,ir5ft5fY . t ff' VA J -if 4? The Niogoro Folls High School Key Club is o chopter of the Key Club lnterrtotionol, which is composed of 37,000 members in 2,000 clubs from oll 48 stotes, Aloslco ond Conodo. The locol club hos given our school its communicotion system, estoblished o record collection in the school librory, ond printed footboll progroms tor the school's home gomes. The Key Club olso prepores on orientotion booklet eoch September for the in- coming Junior Closs. As port ol o student recognition progrom, the Niogoro Folls Kivvonis Club invites two Key Club members to ottend its vveelcly noon luncheon ot the Hotel Niogoro. To honor the porents of the Key Club members, o dinner vvos given for the porents ot the Red Cooch Inn, In Moy, l958, in honor of the club's tenth onniversory, the New York Stote District Convention wos held in Niogoro Folls. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Eric Willlo s Roy Wixscn SECOND ROW: Anthony Ross, Rich S unders oss Thomson, "I li' ZZ 5' ,pf 'Ill ,1 A -is V ,h , , .-'31 L Ky, w V, V N ,:1:7.:. X-JA ' f Q QQ, 1. f-Q - ' ' 5 F ' f ,ff - - li 'ia ,i V1 A: W in . YQDYA V , JE, CI rf., .3 " , " ' -Q, il' - "4 f Qftifgxl V' , 2 X! f,f vu --, :T ff , 1. i LEFT TO RIGHT: Athena NiZamis, Robert Madison, Larry Berds. lBelow is a picture of the school play, "Cradle Song," which was presented last spring.l Dramatics This year Mr. F. Baggallay's third period drama class presented a one-act fantasy entitled "Poor Maddalena" by Louise Saunders, to the student body on January 29, l958. The first scene is laid in the land of fantasy where the main characters, Pierrot and Pierrette are making love. However, they have become tired of their endless pastime, and wish to go to the land of mortals which lies behind a locked door. They beg their friend Bumbu, the clown, for the key and after some difficulty, manage to open the door. The second scene is in the land of reality, ltaly, in the home of Maddalena. Pierrot is now Paolo and Pierrette has become Maddalena. Paolo's telling Mad- dalena that he is leaving her to stay and marry some- one else. He leaves and they tinish out their mortal lives apart. CRADLE SONG, Left to Right: Joyce Frasca, William Wrttcopp, Gloria Gibson, Rochelle Hutkoff, Florence Tripi, Karol Kirsch. -Q I '79 The land of fantasy is again the setting for the final scene. Pierrot and Pierrefte have discovered that reality often brings unhappiness and that their fanci- ful game of love in the dim land of the pasteboard moon is better for them. All the parts were excellently played, with Athena NiZamis as the dancing Pierrette, Bob Madison as the pursuing Pierrot and Larry Berds as the clown Bumbu, the spirit of Grotesque. Ludmilla Prosnialc, Edward Budd and Ralph Perri were the understudies to the respective parts. The lighting effects and scenery portrayed the intended ideas very well. The makeup which trans- formed Larry to a clown and Athena and Bob to their parts of make-believe lovers vvas artfully applied by Ann Quaglia. Barbara Shiah acted as prompter and Evelyn Zemla was the announcer. in ffl, Hi at V xxr' -- fx I 4,-.4 D I if. st .. :ug 1 ,P-'gZ5'f'd" 'r iiwsx ,It ' G 1 f A ff v fr '-in N3.,,,f4.r:w C syn: 5, wig : vu W JJ, " 'L 14 ,.,f -'Vx , -.4 I' 41 ' ffl I 4 'Zi-. A T' A HMM ,-we rfifffx 3 Y . 11. 'nfr-' H. .rf .f if' g -gi ,4'1.,'L -w Left to Right, FIRST ROW: J. C. Jefferson, Norman Martelli, Maggadino, Alex Popkey, Bill Barto, Pete Schreiber, Mike Cutting, D C t S m Scaletfa, Ewell Pete Cavellaro, Ron Haseley, Bob Doane, Don Larrabee, Ray Lewis, Leonard Stempien, Fred Jarzab, ave ur iss, a Phelps, Albert Quinney. SECOND ROW: "Doc" Parsons, Gasper Stan Yellen, Philip Frank, Stephen Clare, Track Most of last year's squad is back to improve upon last year's fourth place finish in the N.F.L. Graduated from last year's squad are: Jim Engel, Len Stempien, Dave Curtiss, Mike Cutting, Chuck LaGreca, and Myron Wrobel. Bill Barto, a sophomore, set a school record last year in the discus with a shot of 126' l l" breaking the old record of ii5'. "Doc" Parsons was especially happy to see the l-2-3 finish of Quinney, Bleecher, and Cavanaugh in the mile in six of the meets and Spring practice 23-'R the doubles posted by Bill Barto in winning both the discus and shot put in three of the meets. Scaletta, Giandomenico and Larrabee usually were able to cash in for some points in the pole vault. Darrel Ecker was consistently in the money in the 440 as were Jim Engel and Pete Schreiber in the 880. Dave Curtiss, Mike Cutting and Alex Popkey were high iumpers. Fred Jarzab, and Norman Martelli broad lumped, Larry Pacifica, Chuck LaGreca and Tony Spatarico did the hurdles. ,ifx it 4 A' I , Y : ...M , I in V 'I IIALTI ' 7:5 1-1 , ' ii'!:.il'll?l9-:.i!:iL:"', ""., 3 'll"" '15, f y fs bg .I BL .lj 4 Q, YY " ' ' 4 ' -r J T --I 1...--qgzliii-g-l'F5!: Ill- - Il l Q! s Q, Coach M. O'Laughlin, M. Popowich, Ron Zuccori, Mike Ventry Baseball Coach "Mike" O'Laughlin's Cataract nine hopes to regain the top spot in the N.F.L. this year, offer being dethroned as co-champions last year. Although the loss of such players as Ron Mort will be greatly felt, the return of several lettermen make for optimistic forecasts. Once again this spring, the Red and Gray will be fighting for the league title. left to Right, FIRST ROW: Dennis Wagner, Dennis Brown, Tam Tallarico, Livio DiNeo, Joe Oblamski, Bill Wooding. SECOND ROW: Mike Popowich, Mike Ventry, Ron Mort, Ron Zuccari, Jim Brigante, Joe Turri, Gary Gall, Louis Tavcinc, Al Meranto, THIRD ROW: Coach "Mike" O'Laughlin, Ralph Genovese, Roy Daubney, Ernie Broughton, Mike Strope, Jim Migliazzo, Tom Pecuil, Joe Vinceglia, Peter Marra, Gary Dalesandro, Harry Mooradian, Chuck Ogrodow- ski, Robert Kalivoda, Gary Barrette, Paul King. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Mike Capizzi, Pete Manna, Joe Kok, O'Laughlin. THIRD ROW: Chuck Ogrodowski, Sam Pagano Roy Mike Ventry, Ron Zuccari, Larry Pacitico, Gary Gall, Pete Schrieber. Nunnery, Pete Banks, Harry Mooradian, Ray Kirkpatrick Ruben SECOND ROW: Duane DuBois, Bob Stepanlan, Bob Wallace, John Cirillo, .loe Oblamski, Coach Dave Reeser. FOURTH ROW Bill Switzer, Bill Woodman, Ernie Broughton, Gary Barrette, Coach Mike Wittcopp, Bill Barto, Jerry Tubinis. Football The mighty Cataracts of Niagara completed a successful season by tying Trott for second place. Rated as pre-season contenders for the title in an evenly matched Niagara Frontier League, Niagara won its first three games before bowing to league leading Tonawanda. The following week LaSalle blocked a Cataract punt to squeeze out a 7-6 victory over a Niagara team that dominated everything in the game but the final score. Niagara then went on to shut out its next two opponents, Kenmore and North Tona- wanda, Kenmore not having scored on us for the past three successive seasons, The final game with our rival Trott ended in a scoreless tie, neither team being able to move in a sea of mud, rain, and sleet at Hyde Park. Among the outstanding seniors departing are: Larry Pacifica, Peter Schreiber, Richard Porroni, Mike Capizzi, John Switzer, Gary Gall, and co-captains Mike Ventry and Ron Zuccari. Three players, Duane Dubois, Peter Marra and Ralph Genovese, were selected onthe All-League Team. NFHS Season Record Jameston .. Lockport .... Lackawanna . . Tonawanda .. La Salle .... Kenmore ..... N. Tonawanda Trott ........ Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Robert Knapp, Tom Insana, Carl Ralph Meirer. THIRD ROW: Art Brlglio, Jim Mazza, Tim Schro er Sheusi, Carl DeLuca, Don Larabee, Roosevelt Bradbury, Tim McCoy, Norman Shle, Mike Perna, Carl Mooradcn. FOURTH ROW Dave Stan Yellen, Coach Stuart Blirco. SECOND ROW: Pat Nowacki, Hollingshead, Ray White, Don Hollingshead, Jack Smith Coach Pete Colosi, Charles Hoag, John Hallen, ,lim Kay, Robert Po'ter, Mike O'Laughlin, v 1' fi,,..'tJ"Z:'J WANTED PET ER MARRA FOR PALM! NC: BRUCE BURNS JERRY TUBWNIS Fora DOUBLE Dmaaua FOR OHAFWGYNG Ti' MICHAEL STROPE L--P' 'uw' if guano- X DOC ' PARSUNS FOR COP-cr-NNG 5 Emu. BARTO FOR CHARGING E I I Y FOR CLIPDING 'i'hL ?'?- DON SERIANNI FOR BL.OCK1NG BASKETBALL DAV!D RE ELE ' DARREL ECKER 9 FOR UALNHNG FOR KICKING o kg o JOSEPH KOSUT FOR TRI-XVELING CII-'Lk Dr-U .0 o ' O lo O I, ov W , -v '- N 2 . ff' Q fs .5 ' W r N ' ' + X rx A ' A,A, U O X ,9 A v A 5 I O O U ' O ' ,O A J 'J' O X '- W f aL f SD' - 'ff A v nu I O Q A ly' 40 If ' ui if A ' ,Lf 'M' 'L V: - x -N ' a xr VA 1 r 'VY f 1 A fi J L' 4 2' I ' .! 1 , ' sv UNM Ji 0 4 X W I ' 'J . , r , ' Q1- o o X Fl ., ,. ' V rn o 0 Fl ' O o O 0 4 Av A' f f ' -'Y Y , 'Lv -1? y 0 O 0 Q ' " W - - 4' if ,M if Q s Q O Arg, O 0 .J ,V -A VARSITY, Left to Right, KNEELING: "Doc" B. Porsons, Coach, Michael Strope, Darrel Esker, Bi' Borto, Joseph Kosot, Donny Peter Mrirrfi, co-czrxuin. SECOND ROW: Phil Goodri-on, Mon- Serlonni, NOT PICTURED: Jock Egger, Co-Coptoin. oger, Drwid R fff- le, Bruce Burns, Jerry Tuhinis, Jirn Neilson, Basketball "Whot we possessed in height we locked in ex- NIAGARA FALLS OPPONENTS periencef' This expression tells, in o nutshell, the story Dec. 6 North Tonovvondo 48 of the '57-'58 seoson concerning the N.F.l-LS. vorsity l3 Trott .......... 49 bosketboll teom. We did, however, compile o 8-6 I7 Lockport .. 53 win-loss record. Jon. 3 Kenmore ... . . .53 The teom looked good on severol occosions, ond IO Tonovvondo .. 68 even those gomes lost were closely fought to the l4 Lockowonno 56 lost second. This yeor's teom worked hord ond gove l7 LoSolle ....... 56 the students ol N,F.l-LS, mony o chonce to exercise 24 North Tonovvondo 55 vocol chords. Although the boys did not emerge os 3l Trott .......... 57 chompions of the leogue, their good sportsmanship Feb. 4 Lockport .. 47 ond foir ploy illuminoted the high stondords of 7 Kenmore ...55 N.F.l-LS. wherever they ployed. This we consider more I4 Tonowondo .. 52 importont thon the score. 2l Lockovvonno .. ...38 28 LoSolle ..... 43 JUNIOR VARSITY, Left to Right, KNEELING: John Wonchisen, Jim Koy, Bill l-l:'lett, Roy N.inncry, John Bright, Robert Stone, Denfs Scculer, Cfzsef Eeehe, I-l I-ferrzrto, Dofold D':k, Dzrry Brizzginti-, Stuart Guy. SECOND ROW: Mr, Sum R:te":i, coach, John Scrlvono, Fhll Goodman, rfzznzvzer, + if V Y ' l,. Cos, 2' . 5 oi, " A L' and Gary Gall, .. 5 . 1 11. . , ' i I ' 1 4 . -. 1 g , . - 5 M P r- A VARSITY, Left to Right: Gary Gull, Ronald Anderson, Smith, B.ll Noblin, Phi' Fittante. THIRD ROW: Mr. Joseph Conti, Tom Tallarico, Pete Seager. SECOND D. Reeser, Coach, James Finley, Paul Kankolenski, ROW: Bill Firth, lan Munro, Joe Cardomone, Art Robert Hughes, Ray Lewis, Don Lorrabee, Swimming Coach Dave Reeser's mermen enioyed a fair season this year, winning four meets while losing six. NIAGARA OPPONENTS In the first round of play Niagara wi" Dec. 4 55 Lockport 3I got off to a good start by beating 'J V- Q, II QI Kenmore 65 Lockport before losing to Kenmore f 'TCT I8 Q5 Tonawanda 6I and North Tonawanda. They A if xg, ,-.. -.-,. Jan. 8 65 LaSalle QI 7 bounced back, however, to aefeat ., I5 39 N. Tonawanda 47 LaSalle but bowed to defending ' eg:-K r' "" Q9 5I Lockport 34 ' champion Tonawanda. ln the second im If Feb. 5 QI Kenmore 65 round Niagara again beat Lockport -I' TS I3 33 Tonawanda 53 and LaSalle while dropping three 1" I IGDQII X I9 6Q LaSalle Q7 other decisions to round out the sea- Q6 33 N. Tonawanda 5Q son and gave us an overall mark of 4 wins and six defeats. FIRST ROW: Paul Scaletto, John Bruno, Art Haney, Wcii,fne Pzztrck, Neil MacDonald. THIRD ROW: Coach Jim McLuckie, Frank Perez, Mike Rizzo. SECOND D. Reese ROW: Joe Pacio, Jim D'Amelio, Albert Quinney, Champion diver Joe Conti r, Edw'n Kowal, Jorres Payne, Art Ceccato, Ken Wolf, Charles Burroughs .Z I ' .. 'L 5423 Q ,. :J-I 'f . 92524 Z W.,f..,AA- ,444-1-Q ,N PGYVV 1 if ' Q 'Wi' ,, i"' ,K P ggi, 5' H k 4+ vue 1-lg fi , . S a .4 A w I .fx Q -'55 Mor Ai-MemOFIe5 nv OHS IWU Se! down Athhwc swords 4-w,dI The Lmeup umor C N erwuixvgs V' h Ygy MM-Q I7 : ,lxxav aig '9 " Q! 99 .5 F Q Qx X XQQEM 93. Ib? GIRLS SPORT M 5 P"":fk l X R se fe. Wx 3 .. 5 , wh ' L, f M 4 if Q9 wg 6' -. r ,Q M fi 493' Q' rg, VX I 5? y .. F IMIHUJ l2mt21H,1Iea4pU,pirs1 1 I M, A M hlfflflrl 1 Hum ml unix so 3 1 .ssxfic . I ,L iv I, ' I In ' ? f, 3 if .. lr ,, ':.-,jj w ' 4' "T" " g f V- 2' -aw ' . N - ,gy ,av QQ, , . M A , 'lx l Q. 1 I .1 P-fl , I l V 1 gl Aj! A I' Q l ,iff 0 - ,- f ' -'ff 'fag '-T g mf fz ie' Q ff . nip. lv .-F!-3 -Ga I '.1- x ,- A ,LW ' K4 'WN 4 SIM ! 5.2 N .3 Qgjvfg, 0 , Z4 fs 49 xi fi' f. 7?3 1 7 751 ' 'X az, 3,5 as W 5 .IA V, D Q. -55,4 - ' ' I I VI , x 7 T s. X K ' ' 1 VV r 14 I O 4 Lillv 1 Il , if fad ' UI , :Misa "W 51 l fa-ww Y Q 5 L ,Q V H 4' HI fl jf. ' I 0-"1 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Dorothy Studi, Judy Bottorf, Sandy MacDonald, Barbara Cooke, Frances Beningo. SECOND ROW: Lorna Maloney, Judy Shatter, Betty Rufrano, Sue Frornmert, Chee Karen Kilkenny, Madlyne DiCecco. NOT PICTURED: Dolores Bianco. rleaders ii ' f vt 4175, Cheerleaders are functional in bringing to its fullest height the feeling in the crowd of enthusiasm for the game itself. Personality, enthusiasm, a sense of good sportsmanship, rhythm and scholastic eligi- bility are key constituents of a good cheerleader. Co-captains of this year's varsity squad are: Karen leaders incluae: Frances Beningo, Judy Bottort, Bar- bara Cooke, Madlyne DiCecco, Susan Frommert, Sandra MacDonald, Lorna Maloney, Betty Rutrano, Judy Shatter, and Dorothy Studi, Our cheerleaders are representatives ot us-they proudly proclaim our pride in the Red and Gray. Kilkenney and Dolores Bianco. Other varsity cheer- . V. Cheerleaders LEFT TO RIGHT, Lizzie Thomas, Marsha Thompson, Jeanette Carlini, Joan Neumann, Monica Kadykowski, Sandra Lawrence, Donna Gavazzi, Janice Filicamo, Marilyn Civiletto, Joanne LaRosa. - -.. if 5-QS: Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Lorna Maloney, Lucille Lops, Pat Hartsell, Nancy Lowman, Marsha Thompson, Diane Watroba. SECOND ROW: Theresa Falsetti, Lizzie Thomas, Sandra Wysocki, Pauline Feketic, Toni Bradt, Marcia Buzzelli, Janet Lowman, Penny Chapman, Florence Tripi. THIRD ROW: Eleanor Clark, Girls' Bowlin ' ,,,,,, I -f .fwfr Last wirwillthe girls' Bowling teams had a very successful sedsodl under the able supervision of Miss Florence Morse. The girls were very enthusiastic in their try for top The tournament was con- ducted in a fashion with each team attempting qfeatest number of games. The girls playedilglglir games every tuesday and Wednes- day night after school at the Central Bowling Alley. The top team was the "Juniors" which consi te of Pat Van Horn, Joan Strasburg, Mamie 'Lar and Ann Struzikiewicz. Vince Annette D'Amuro, Betty Canfer, Barbara Szalach, Joan LaSota, Rhoda Jircitano, Phyllis Sicurella, Patricia Gardner. FOURTH ROW: Janice Pinizotti, Helen Michaels, Wanda Lubas, Joyce Wilson, Gerry Bruccoleri, Mary Jane Kerr, Pat Catarella, Christine Tusinski. Girls' Basketball Intramural basketbdil 'dllords each girl a Hne opportunity to test her self-gontrol Gnd sportsmanship as well as her skill andZlaQ3lityQ Under the supervgOWllQMfliss M. McDougall, a round robin elimination tagfmagent is held among the homerooms. Many of the hontlerooms are combined so that the team may have substitutes. These games are played after school 'On Tuesday and Wednesday nights with one game on eagh, court. The girls them- selves take turns omciatiinglwitlihe games. L The twelfth grade team captains forthe year are: 7Jo n Strasburg, Lois Bissel, Eleanor Ball, Nancy Baughman, Jean Popkey and Francis Rew, Much enthusiasm was shown over the games and the IO eleventh grade teams and the 6 twelfth grade G E- I ' T T ' th LD . . . I G lmplovemen Wosln In L S Y teams which competed displayed fine sportsmanship the end of the sea on. 7 d k X 1 X an team war . W .-U ' D On this page are pictured last year's iunior win- M ' A U 0 E95 and this years' iuniar captains, since the tourna- 'XE 0 cl ment had not progressed far enough for pictures when k ' our book went to press. e t to Right, FIRST ROW: enie Fre dman, Pat Gall, Helen Printu , KNEELING, Center: Frances Rew, captain, STANDING, Left to Right P Pat Brigante, Marsha Thompson. SECOND ROW: Arlene Wasser, May Daddario, Pat Kindzia, Marian Socka, Marla Reed. Maxine Borden, Frances Beningo, Gene Nassoiy, Susan Blachinski Judith Bottorf, Rose Micale. xv F400 'ci IN THE WATER, Left to Right: Ann Struzikiewicz, Christine Tusinski, Lorna Maloney, ON THE SIDE: Mary Mussari, Wanda Lubas, Shirley Mariano, Pat Cichelli. SECOND ROW: Barbara Bader, Barbara Cooke, Alice Fay Keck, Janet Lowman, Marilyn Greene, Sandy Lawrence, Gail Williamson, Dolores Bianco. THIRD ROW: Sylvia Barksdale, Betty Phelps, Edna Van Gorder, Eileen Marino, Netti Stough, Julia Turk, Christina Banos, Nancy l3S1, :d 1 Golden, Geraldine Kuiawa, Lena Commisso, Kathleen D'GrillO, Nancy Boughrran, Carole D'Anna, Pauline Lavigne, Doun Wheeler, Joan Drabczyk, Jean Sykes, Joan Neumann. ON THE BOARD: Janice Pinizotti, JoAnn Venvertloh, Jeanette Carlini, Barbara Keller, Florence Tripi, Marna Johnson, Lizzie Thomas, Ruth E. Cracknell, Jewel Yates. Girls' Swim Leaders Our corps of swim leaders do an excellent iob in getting the maximum work done by each pupil in the short time allotted. As they break down each skill to teach it, these girls learn more about it tor their own use. Besides being an aid to their director, Miss Mary McDougall, swim leaders also gain valu- able experience tor themselves. Girls' Life Saving Left to Right, KNEELING: Pat Hartsell, Danna Blank, Sandy MacD:ni:'d, Judy Bsttcrt, Carole D'Anna, Jeanette Carlini, Lorna i'.'::'one',f. SECOND ROW: Jchane DeFisher, JoAnn Ven- vertlch, Christine Tusinski, Ann Strutzikiewicz. 47 , f"' 'is ' I are A l ' ffx- I - 1 lx.,- 0 'L ,J T r Synchronized Swimming Left to Right, SITTING: Marilyn Civilettc, Pot Hartsell. STAND- ING: Jan.ce Filocarno, Jeanette Carlini, Marlene Archie, Jean Sykes, Geraldine Bruccoleri. is Q SI -'-1 f Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Katherine Emmons, Karen Keck, Joyce Northrup, Geneva Packer, Marie DiMino, Madlyne DiCecco, Joan Strasburg, Pat Cyphers, Donna Gavazzi, Marjorie Allotta. Table Tennis The girls' table tennis tournament is held every year in the spring, In singles competition Madlynl DiCecco beat .loan Strasburg 2l-l8, 22-24 and 2l-9. Marie DiMino teamed up with DiCecco to defeat Ruth Welham and Elaine Hoftmeister in the doubles contest. ,Q Badminton Badminton has become a popular sport at N.F.H.S. The elimination tournament was under the advisorship of Miss Florence Morse. This year in the l2th grade singles tournament Madlyne DiCecco came out on the top, defeating Linda Humphrey 2-ll, IO-O, ll-6. In the doubles Linda Humphrey and Carol Tobey defeated Louise Bissell and Madlyne DiLecco T5-6, l3-18, T5-9. The Juniors held their doubles tournament with Pat Gall and Mary Weiss defeating Mary Allotta and Sandra McCormack, l5-5, I5-ll. All in all, the girls enioyed a fine badminton season. Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Linda Humphrey, Madlyne DiCecco, Carol Tobey. SECOND ROW: Donna Weis, Sandy McCormick, Lois Bissell, Mariorie Allotta, Pat Gall. 5 1 tv 5 -5 Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Patsy Sobczyk, Jocn Strasburg, Joyce Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Gail vvosenko, Judy Waters, Charlene STOVL4, CUVOl TOLDSY- SECOND ROW2 Gail WllliGm50Uf MGVY Laur, Arlene Wasser, Anne Whitmoyer. SECOND ROW: Anita Thomas, Ann Struzikiewicz, Christine Tusinski, Jo Ann Venvertloh. Yeggigm, Mgry Weiss, Annie Vygller, Volleyball Margaret Johnston, Janet Lovvman and Sandra Mac- Donald. The Junior homerooms were split into two leagues During the months of October and November many hard battles were fought on the girls' volleyball courts in order that the champions from each grade might be determined. Vying for top hcnars in senior competition the combination of roll-calls 35l and 355 emerged vic- torious over lOo and 254. Co-captains of the winners were Ann Struzikievvicz and Gail Williamson. Their team consisted of Pat Sobczyk, Mary Jane Thomas, Carol Tobey, Joan Strasburg, Joyce Stark, Florence Tripi, Christine Tusinski, Helen Vartanian, vertloh, and Louise Walker. Members of the runner'-iii team vvere: Sue Blachinski, Carole Bond, Maxine Borden, Judy Bottorf, lda Mae Brink, Susanne Hutson, which played in rounderobin style. The vvinning team from each league competed against each other forthe class championship. Roll calls 306 and TO4 defeated l49 and l5O. Captain Gail Wasenker's winning team included: Charlene Laur, Arlene Wasser, Judy Waters, Mary Weiss, Ann Whitmoyer, Anita Yesoian and Ann Waller. The runners-up, coecaptained by Diane Watroba and Lizzie Thomas, vvere: Marsha Thompson, Margaret Moorehead, Gail Smeaton, Susan Ursprung, Pat Van Orman, Juanita Tabb, Sarah Thomas and Julia Turk. G m Leaders Girls having tree time and passing grades are given the opportunity to become Gym Leaders. They assist the gym teachers during classes by officiating at Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Eleanor Soluri, Barbara Shiah, Pat Pavlak, Janice Pinizotti, JoAnn Venvertloh, Jean Popkey, Lizzie Thomas, Sarah Thomas, Barbara Cooke, Barbara Rieitenaugh, SECOND ROW: Lorna Maloney, Madlyne DiCecco, Janet E. Snyder, Penny Swift, Joyce Wilson, Mary Ann Feder, Gay Supple, Nancy Quarantil'o, Joyce Austin, Ruth E. Cracknell. THIRD ROW: Kay D'Grilla, Cynthia Scott, Margaret Scule, Margaret Benniori, games and administering practical tests. ln return they receive 50 credits per semester towards their athletic letter. Patsy Sobczyk, Carol Bailey, Patricia Jendraszek, Pauline Feketic, Marlene Wilkoski, FOURTH ROW: Amy Naughton, Mary Jane Kerr, Ann Simonette, Karen Kilkenny, Donna Mantell, Sandra Lawrence, Donna Gavazzi, Pauline Lavigne, Joan Drabczyk. FIFTH ROW: Joan LaSota, Ann Struzikiewicz, Joan Strasburg, Florence Tripi, Linda Shitstahl, Phyllis Sicurella, Linda Humphrey, Carol Tobey, Pat Van Horn. A Cl 1 A, ,L -'i 12.25 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mike Ventry, Miss Mary McDougall, Judy Goliszek, Sandy Lawrence, Dave Reele, Lorna Maloney, John Switzer. Sportsmanship Council The Sportsmanship Council is an organization formed by the high schools in Western New York to promote more and better sportsmanship in athletic engagements of the members ofthe Niagara Frontier League. Elected to oFHce were: John Switzer, President, Gary Barretre, Vice-president, and Gay Supple, Secretary. Under the direction of Miss M. McDougall the council has accomplished many things this year. lt has promoted a friendly atmosphere and a spirit of competition among the league schools, and has helped some schools solve various problems which are brought up at the semi-annual league meetings. Among the l958 activities are: the selling of pencils with the sportsmanship pledge on them, the selling of refreshments at basketball games, and the reading of the sports- manship pledge before each football and basketball game. The idea of having a council to promote sportsmanship was suggested by Niagara's own "Doc" Parsons. The Council was tirst formed in l936. The following is the Sportsmanship Pledge: As a member of the Niagara Frontier League, l pledge to display sportsman-like conduct at all times and to uphold the high standards of my school, to practice honesty in play, courtesy in conduct, and respect for all authority. s- QV' 'laps ,D-WT A 1 Left To Right, FIRST ROW: Sandy McCormick, Nancy Lowman, Nancy Liersch, Linda Humphrey. SECOND ROW: Judy Brunn, Jaan LaSoTa, Amy Naughton, Madlyne DiCecco. 0 0 0 Girls' Tennis For The Tlrst Time in several years, The girls' Ten- nis Tournament was held in The Tall This year. Action was started on The Hyde Park courts under The direc- Tion of Miss F. Morse. In senior singles compeTiTion Madlyne DiCecco and Linda Humphrey reached The finals. Because of inclimate weather Their game was posTponed until spring. Seniors did not parTicipaTe in doubles This year. Nancy Liersch beat Sandra McCormick 6-3 in The junior singles. Amy Naughton and Joan LaSoTa combined To defeat Judy Brunn and Nancy Lowman Athletic Managers Athletic managers serve as The means of com- municaTion between The gym and Their respective homerooms. In The fall, one boy and girl from every roll call is elected as representatives To The athletic manager's meetings. IT is their duty To inform mem- bers of Their homerooms when roll call Teams Tor inTramural athletics are being formed, To sign up members Tor such Teams, and To remind players of scheduled games. 6-3 in The iunior doubles conTesT. Senior Athletic Representatives Lett To Right, FIRST ROW: Judith Goliszck, Janet Lowman, Pauline Feketic, SECOND ROW: June Manarina, Geraldine Car- son, Judy BoTtcrT, Nancy Baughman. THIRD ROW: Carol Mignot, LTnd:z Smith, Phylls S?curella, Eleanor Clark. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Vvilson, Christine Tusinski, Phyllis Orzetti, Carolyn Flanagan. Junior Athletic Managers Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Jeanette Carlini, Rose Tedesco, Gloria Manuse, Mariorie Allotta, Doris Thomson, Eleanor Migliazzo, Sandra McCormick, SECOND ROW: Sandra Cable, Julia Turk, Pat Kochan, Donna Gavazzi, Karen Keck, Joan McDicken. THIRD ROW: Vince Annette D'An'uro, Judy Brunn, Mary Weiss, Kathryn Haney. ,,1"'r,'r'! , .f""A.4", J. iii'-'Q " Lf' '. A-WJ' 'ff' 15? '-A,fg,.- K, A ,A irfgr .- nn .nf 4'1" 34Qx',5L-1 ff . ', .- V' 9 7.1.1-YC'4f Ad ' '. 4 J I . ' I iff W E5 ' lx il .lf ' gf f 'L ' A F- f.T Flashbacks .if GK The UPS ues 90 form Borhm b 9 eounes rovU"On A99 - U Psllons and fnends Smiling Zew 995 Chfvsfmos Parr Y What s1hlS9w POL-U"Y Yeo 149 . . ll ' 1, - -C ' 4 . ,. , I .. ,, I v l I -." Left To Right, FIRST ROW: Stuart Whitmire, James Farrell, Bill Noblin, Ralph Perri. SECOND ROW: Janet Lowrnan, Sandy MacDonald, Tony Gabrielle, Bob Kalivoda, Robert Clark, Tony Morreale, Phil Fittante, Mr. Joseph Moran. THIRD ROW: Shirley Mariano, Midge K'Burg, Jane Ann Lonberger, Veronica Gawrysiak, Peggy Skuse, Sandy Lawrence, Margaret Soule. Pan Hellenic The Pan-Hellenic Society of Niagara Falls High School was founded in l939. Each sorority and fraternity recog- nized by The school is a member, and sends two representa' tives to the weekly meetings. The purpose of This society is To maintain o good relationship with The administration and To create harmony among the organizations belonging, so that They may work together To achieve Their goal. The activities for This year included The Fourth Annual Charity Ball, with proceeds donated to the Mentally Retarded Chil- dren's Association, the collection of money for The March of Dimes, and a toboggan party. The officers of the society were: Sandra MacDonald, President, Bob Kalivoda, Vice-President, Shirley Mariano, Treasurer, Sandy Lawrence, Secretary, and Bob Clark, Sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Joseph Moran is The group's advisor. Inter-Club Council lnter-club Council is The coordinating body for all senior Y-Teen groups in Niagara Falls and LaSalle. The council plans The over-all schedule of Y-teen activities throughout the year. The group is composed of The olTicers of each club with Muriel Connell presiding as president, Marcia Clark as vice-president, Brenda Culhane as secre- tary, and Adell Corra as treasurer. The Y-teens are part of a world wide organization and participate in local, regional, national, and international conferences. Annually they sponsor a Recognition Service, Y-teen Tea, Know Your Nation Trip, Open House, and Sum- mer Conference. Highlighting this year's activities were two dances - "Behind The Green Door" and "Silver Fantasy." :Organiza- tions and groups who have been aided by The council are: the Maid of The Mist Festival, Wyndham Lawn Home for Orphans, The Golden Age Club, local hospitals, and homes forthe aged. Left To Right, FIRST ROW: Betty Maturani, Cynthia Toto, Pat Colosi, Mary Ann DeMiglio, Mareo Marchelos, Pauline Feketic, Helen Mardirosian, Ramona Espina. SECOND ROW: Gail E. Scofield, advisor, Brenda Culhane, Pat Aubert, Carolyn Flanagan, Carole D'Anna, Ann Dash, Sheila Serianni, Terese Tecchio, Mariorie Allotta, THIRD ROW: Henrietta Bartos, Muriel Connell, Geneva Packer, Julia Turk, Janet Barber, Adriana Gazegian, Marcia Clark, Adell Corra, Norma Gilbert. Mrs J Centolcntx A .fs r Pau ln Felcetrc S rgeant at Arms Pat .lend raszelc Teresa Tecchuo Brenda Culhane President Judy Caretta Pledge Mnstress Wanda Lubas Evelyn Zernla nta y Sk DO Alpha Beta I hr Carolyn Flanagan Vnce Pre rdent W J Marlene Alessi MOTION Reid Anna Marne Coluccu Lorra n Ca er R ary Fratel o 1.1 Karen Jacob Rec dwg Secretary 9 + 0 Aubert 93 Carole D Anna Treasurer Frances Cafarella :ta Sncola Claudla Soluru -in 6 Mag Arlene Dell Pot Kmdua Glar J D C are Nancy Charrb s B h tt Chrlstme Tusln ku Publlclty Waverly Calhoun ar' Duane Sterns Marla Perno Kathy Efnm ns K1tl1,llN J wlra N '3 " Kr, ' ' . 'P A r ag , . Swag. 1, 'VF x ., ' 'wiv' ' L , . 235' , K., ' ' W4 5 v' ' . . . ' " ' ' ' 3 ' d X Q ' ' - s' 1 cr ' ' ' 4 'Tv 'i V ' 3 A Egger ,N A 'I "H A is lt e A ' ' P T - 5 31 ' . if I J " ' si -- ' fffijf . , I if t J sr-, A 1 . R, . . . . rr ' ff - M is " " A if J- Z 1 . L J, n E A, - 4 , Elaine O-a'a . Mart 1' I e SD -' r 25 ' 9' 9 C h ' m A an ,X 4 K . 'E' ' L' .. 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S- Henruefta Barfos Helen Mardurosuan Marea Marthelos Marcua Clark Adell Corro President Vuce Presndem Treasu er Recording Sec Correspandmg Sec 6 was .Lay ws 3"Bjf5 Barbara .Q Evans Vx Ramona Espana Janet Barber Lorraine Marty Mary McMur1r1e ro ram Chaxrmon Sergeant-af Arms Ann Marne Martell: Munel Connell lda Geary Dolores Fnmtz Q Patrlcua Gardner Suzanne Platt Mary Ann Banos Judy Polley Joyce Aushn Gamma Rho frm Q X Al gy Q. offs Muchele Baker Theresa Browder Clemintine Schollock 150 No Horace Seager Pere Seager Gary Gall . Tom Pecuil Advisor President Vice-Pre,ide:Q- Treasurer C def l-P Bob Wallace Donald Larrabee Ray Lewls Marshal ah Jack Hurst Charles Swann Bob Rutchlm Bud Kaeppler Jerry Beam Frank Perez Bob Deshler John Tracmskl Phll Beebe I X , .3 .lohn Gray Bob McKnight Gary Race 1 f f 1 . , A, 1 Paul Kankolenski Gary Kennedy Recording Sec. Corresponding Sec. 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