Niagara Wheatfield High School - Nucleon Yearbook (Sanborn, NY)

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Hodfbdfdddllddhlld TABLE OF CONTENTS I 0 1 c N 1 T Y Dedication 4 Us .WI 'EL ,z-1 . . . .':f1alii!a,. Q' -mio, Administration 6 ff yd Seniors I9 Underclassmen 83 f , X Q N Organizations D3 Music I4I Sports 11149 3 , Mr. Zimpher: Each member of the Class of 1963 realizes how necessary our guidance counselor has been to our years at Niagara-Wheatfield. He has carefully directed each member of the Senior Class through a successful high school career. Therefore, with deep appre- ciation and gratitude, the Class of 1963 dedicates this, our Nucleon, to Mr. David Zimpher. DEDICATIQ DEDICATIC Mr. McCarthy: The Class of 1963 owes the success of its Nucleon to one who has devoted much of his time, talents, and efforts to publish this, the token of our memorable years at Niagara- Wheatfield. lt is then with considerable gratitude and respect that we dedicate the 1963 Nucleon to our advisor, Mr. Thomas McCarthy. -ii:- Colonel John Glenn, America's first space astronaut, speaking before a group of school administrators, recently commented, "The stairway to the stars is lined with school books." His advice to our high school students was to continue to use their educational opportunities in continual growth and -to nurture their natural curiosities to probe the problems of the unknown. Our class of 'I963 will want to accept this challenge in searching out for the pyramiding new knowledge of its day in developing new technical skills and learning to use these in understanding man's place in tomorrow's world of space. Each class member will have the opportunity to shape the destiny of his future by using the knowledges, skills and understandings that he has learned at Niagara-Wheatfield. I am sure that familiar names found on the 1963 class roll will be proclaimed from the communications systems of the future, praising individuals for pushing back the shadows of the unknown in areas unthought of by us. These students will bring honor to our school. May I extend my sincere congratulations upon your gradua- tion and wish you the greatest of success in opening the doors of the future. Chas. R. Clark 6 This is a welcomed opportunity to bring to each of you greetings, congratulations and good wishes. The years at Niagara-Wheatfield have offered opportunity for growth and enioyment. Your record indicates you have eagerly sought new adventures in learning and sharing during your life there. The satisfactions you have found in your efforts and achievements you have had the pleasure of shar- ing day by day with your teachers, your family and your classmates. Your years at Niagara-Wheatfield extend over the entire lifetime of that institution and so your life there has had a particularly vital influence upon the establishment of the "traditions" by which every school gains repute and rec- ognition. Again may I offer my congratulations? Your Yearbook is in a way both a "milestone" and a record along your educational pathway. It is a privilege to share it with you. Mabel Sarbaugh Lee Wm. lg Congratulations and best wishes to the Class of 1963. You are embarking on a way of life that will be entirely different from the past twelve or thirteen years. We trust that you have been adequately prepared to meet the challenges of college, work or family responsibilities that you are about to assume. For the most part you have received from your school training just what you have put into it. The future is up to you. Richard H. Eden ,XM . jf' 1 an , , LMI!!! fffdj 6,12 --W s X Another milestone has been added to your endeavors as you pass through the road of life, that of graduation from our high school. This is not the end of learning. For some it may be the terminal point of formal learning, others the start of higher education. Regardless of the path you pursue, value it as one of the important experiences of your'life. Never let it cease! Grasp each morsel, whether it be from novels, maga- zines, texts, newspapers or an instructional manual designed to aid in repairing an item. Nothing will replace books, the very foundation of all human experiences. Respect the values of your education! Be determined that it never wither on the vine. Keep your mind nourished with the very food it grows on-knowledge. Life is becoming more and more complex. The better you prepare yourself mentally, the greater your eventual satis- faction will flourish. The time may come again when you may return to formal learning to better yourself. If this materializes -attack your task as you have before. God speed in all your endeavors. Harold J. Mueller 7 LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Defruene, Mr. Towne, Mr. Briifon BCDARD CF EDUCATION Mr. Greinert Presidenf Mr. Gensler Vice-Presidenf SCHOOL OFFICE-LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Smiih, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Melfon, Mrs. Wesley, Mrs. Brown SCHOOL OFFICE BUSINESS OFFICE BUSINESS OFFICE-LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Carlisle, Miss Cumann, Miss Seely, Mrs. Fogg I I n I I I I I , I ' I I I 1 I I I I I I m I 0 ,, Mr. Donald Wadsworth Loclchaven Miss G. Growney szswtlgs Q. 2 . N mfs. . in -wiraefqheifffs fr 'SZ 5 ,, , J, f. Ff:ffx5'i . ' , F . v in it, ,z, . N 1' -'sy - V " , M in it if , M ll l' "" . - . I N. i ' az .1 i iii V , Ji..-fi' -- A Y . K, D'Youville .. s W A , I A VAI I A V: Mrs. A. 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Kissel Syracuse University Q-I A , XP 5 AKQV Wi .XWDX MRC ,gcf . QKEGOX . q, 1 BEAQIQSUQK Miss B. Klaver University of Rochester 1 Mr. G. Kroening State University of New York at Buffalo l l gtg Muse. .1 j gi fi.. . Q., f Q wflfrc fr All X lg ffyzai ffziffaf " ,f .C A fin ie.. ' jdvygy, L., 4: Liu'-7 at :A Mr. J. Kwiafkovfski X X St. Bonaventure J 'J J' :L A-j - ff 7 6 1 'L is L Mr. W. Lamb State University of New York at Buffalo Miss J. Layer Merryhurst College Mr. L. Lederhouse aff'-j4.,L Houghton College Q7 MAJ, z 2' Mr. K. Legait State University of York at Buffalo Mr. J. Leone University of Arizona New yQ..f1. 'aw it M .wwf LQ .fQ. ... Y .Q B 4. , sw 4, S s .que an W MQ6ELa.M '41 lags l L! Mr. T. McCarthy 16 Niagara University Mr. T. McManigle Clarion State Teachers College Mr. C. Mahoney State University of New York at Buffalo Mrs. M. Markey Syracuse University Mr. A. Massotti University of Buffalo 1. .. .1 .E 51 xiii? 'l xif fff i ' ii1s 5...: .E A if ft 'B' 6' H1 lil 331. 1 7 F, 'Y .,, , ,-f " 1 if "1 lf' 'f- 1- trfiiiisi ii 'fi xggaxgw i My W-.gt1...,g'..5 f,.. , M Y 7.12-agfte, , i, K .... V . ,. Etf srz- J :L-.r-.. J . ffmsffs gif-5"'if" ' ff, L f.?iis'i22i 5 - I Q! lilly Mr. D. Matt o State University York at Buffalo -grflf V , .-2 :L . .f fl 1 ,. ,L ff! Mr. L. Maizei State University York at Buffalo Mr. H. Meyers State University York at Buffalo Miss M. Militello Fredonia Mr. L. Minnie State University York at Oswego Mr. M. Mueller. State University York at Buffalo .f of New ,1- 1 n -W of New of New of New of New sc ,mi .1V. ,R , Mr. A. Musacchio ,A H Mr. N. Plumpis State University of New AN 2' W 5...,,,, g Clarion State Teachers York at Buffalo ffi.l,w5333g, College ' ":' H., . ' ' eggs? ,i eff Ea-iifwifffwf if N'k' mfrfafuewgwgnwvegitaitffwwww Mrs. Nelson s 2" 5 E Mr. V. Rizzo Albany State Teachers 4 College , ,B 1. VVVV Canisius College Mrs. J. Nicol University of Buffalo Mr. E. Nichols University of Buffalo l Mr. . Pelcl V 'Ca isi Col Mr. G. Phillips State University of New York at Buffalo Mr. W. Ross Michigan State College Mr. J. Rotella University of Buffalo ash L,ci5f6i,Q5" 6- 3-U.:-LJUL Si' Afvlwxhl Mr. Rycombell X A . T- if ...W University of Bu lo A Mrs. L. Schoenle W P Georgetown University 17 ill '. i 4f v" 'fi ' U. ., Q VR 7 ,Q . . ,Q A ,, ,, k an n, V fife- Mrs. E. Schweiger ' 3' V' University of California Mr. J. Shaw Pennsylvania State Mr. S. Siuta University of Buffalo Mr. E. Smith St. Bonaventure Mrs. M. Sterner State Teachers Bloomsburg fe W" 'P M. J Au -'IU' l :QA 'H'7Tpi, X E, , "Q, 5 '-Q. 9 . 4 'M H: UA Il E l La' J. i . 'r.r5 .,V, ,rry AV W .,, v I i l ,,.. l", 1 'i'i , ' lily 'tr' ft A it iii P' . i B 15 Mr. W Sfrlcker i f Q Michigan State ii H r ZW f Wlif. fffy ,fu .? - f , I ' ' 0 1' n z ,V ff 1 -A H I , 'W rg 2 V 5. , 1.01, -A if. , 1 ai-.. 45917, . .12 M! v ,253 '.1'!'fi" Mr. S. Traina State University of New York at Buffalo Mr. T. Trzeciak Niagara University Mr. H. Visger Michigan State University Mrs. L. Ward State University of New York at Buffalo Mrs. D. Weir State University of New York at Buffalo Mrs. J. Terisi State University of New York at Buffalo Mr. R. Yerge University of Buffalo . 3.5 tv. M., , x . , ,nc- - .ir-T . .J ...-7'- ' ,- , .I .I . .......- 1-, -, .. .--.,.-P... . .-.- .1 F x :Nu SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS-STANDING: Mr. Ross, Miss Layer, Mr. Brown. SEATED: R. Hickman, J. Woiotowicz, B. Camann, N. Salerno SENIOR CLASS CLASS COLORS: Royal Blue ancl Silver CLASS MOTTO: Crescat scientia, vita excolatur Let knowledge grow, let life be enriched. The Class of 1963 was led by officers Nellie Salerno, Jerrianne Woiotowicz, Barbara Camann and Robin Hickman, under the capable advisorship of Mr. Brown, Mr. Ross, and Miss Layer. The Seniors began the year's activities by holding a Halloween Masquerade Party, and continued celebrating throughout the year at occasional splash parties and other events. They entered the Student Council's Play Festival competition in November with a modern comedy entitled "You Don't Belong To Me," directed by Miss Layer. ln addition, the Seniors had the distinction of pre- senting the first musical senior play, "Green Pastures," under the direction of Mr. Matteson with the musical as- sistance of Mr. Shaw and Mr. Beamish. 20 Money-making proiects this year included a Pizza Party and dance, the annual Senior-Faculty Basketball game, and many other events. In co-operation with the Sanborn-Pekin Junior Chamber of Commerce, nine senior girls entered Niagara-Wheat- field's first Junior Miss Contest, in which Robin Hickman won the title and the right to compete in the New York State finals. Of course, there were also the traditional senior activities of Privilege Passes, the Nucleon, Class Day, the Senior Banquet, Senior Prom, and Graduation Exercises. All of these proved to be memorable events in the life of every member of the great Class of T963. DORIS ABUD "Doris" I was a sfranger ancl you Took me in." K SHARON AINSWORTH "Beattie" "WiHy, willing and wise." JANICE ABRAMAITYS "Apparatus" "Her fongue is her daily saying and hourly aclverfisemenff' MARCELO ARCENTALES "Marcelo" lives each clay as Though if were his last." 21 SHARON BARBER "Sho-Sho" "A willing hearf and helpihg hand. D , 1 . , -. KENNETH BAGG llKennyIl Guess who wcmfs or seven-day weekend?" " -x 5 ,Sh is A X 'jg 'J' eh AHL- .s 'I 1, 1 .K 4 K. VV. AJ. 4 ilu 31 A I u ,L , ' 'i " ' fs RN. :fx ' 3 1 1 fps' 1 Xi I 1 LINDA BAZINET "Lindo" HA little mischief here and fhere." Y 1 J LARRY BAUGHMAN III-crryll "Beware fhe fury of cs pafieni man! DALE BEHM "Dale" To some he may seem shy, buf he quife a guy." 's really m MAXINE BEUTEL HMGXII "A bubbly laugh and sunshine hair." ROSS BEECHER "Beech" "Wake me up af 2:3ll" WILFRED BEUTEL ffwauff "What we do depends on whaf we are DIANA BROSIUS llDecll Pleasure may be boughf, buf happiness is free." BONNIE JO BRYNER HB. J." "Her personality is like a contagious disease." RUTH CAMANN "Ruthie" 'A diamond in The setting of personality." BARBARA CAMANN "Barb" "Happy-go-lucky and full of fun. Pep and abilify all in one." HENRY CASE "Hank" "His sfudies were pursuecl buf never overfalcenf' JERRY CARTER Iljerll "Where fhere's a will fhere's a way." SANDRA CHAPMAN llsqndyll Life is so short-let me live if while if lc1sfs." ga ,ax I v I ax HL ll 3 I J I lx x , 65 ' NNI Ivyegxxlriri ij I I jail iv W FSL? ff 1 x wld' V LESLIE CHRISTIAN X 1 '- '-7 , If Nw KATHERINE CHRIVNIZ llKGthyll Good nofure is ihe becrufy of the mind." HELEN CHURCH "Church-Mouse" "Learn fo livef live fo learn." JOHN CORDNER lljohnll "Another Mr. Universe?" ROBERT CIMINI IlBobH "Quief in class-buf oh afferwarclsl DOROTHY CUSICK "Dorothy" "Friendliness shines by its own light." K n 4-vt fm It ef 1 :ff - I' , , 'QV-X I ., .- sg ff , R I R ' 'If '- I 'ft I - It fzsI.s.4vq . - .. 1. 151: I Itizfliis sit rf A f e RICHARD CRAVEN "Dick" To worry little and study less is my idea of happiness." ROBERT DARNLEY IIBobll Better Cl bad excuse than none at all!" CARRIE DAVIS "Carrie" "Here is evidence that Cupid is ci trapper as well as a hunter." JOHN DAVIS "Johnny" Early fo bed, early to rise makes you soon able fo do ofherwisef' GARY DeFRAENE "Frcnene" "Two times I keep my moufh shui: when l'm angry and when l'm swimming." MARILYN DELMATER "Marilyn" "A sweef and charming personality." .IOANNE DeLELIO IIJOII' "An affracfive iouch of mischief." DEBORAH DeWEESE "Debbie" A playful blush is a luminous escape of fhoughff' MARGO DICKSON IIMGrgoIl "Patience is the key io confenimenff' DALE DeVANTIER "Dalesy" "What will be, will be!" WILLEAN DILLION "Marshal" "A preffy face is the besf leffer of recom- menclafion!" , . . i .1 ,- .if ' f 1 i'i+eSi,w , .M i . W, .29 BEVERLY DOAK llnockyll Service is the rent we pay for our room on earth." CHARLES DONNER "Charlie" "Seems a lot of men are so busy learning the tricks of the trade that they never learn the trade." .ll.l. JANE DUBOIS "Doobs" "Personality plus." 30 GRANT DUBOIS "Doobs" "lf you're a man of few words, you won't have to take so many of them back." GARY EICHELBERGER ulkell A man gives away nothing so freely as his advice." JULIE DUNHAM "Little One" "A pinch of fun and frolic." GARY ELLMAN "Elmer" "Coming in on a rim and a spare." DIANE ENGLAND "Diane" "Doing easily what others find difficult is talent, doing what is impossible for talent is genuisf' CAROL FELLOWS llFeIll "A happy heart lives forever!" THOMAS FENDING IITomlI P' N "Let every man practice the art he knows best." DENNIS FIX IIDennYIl My interest is in the future-l'm going to spend the rest of my life there." 2 SANDRA FIEGEL Ilsandyll "There's a method to my madness." DONNA FOGG IlDonlI 'A smile is like an echof it always comes back to you." GORDON FOGG "Gordon" Every man, however little, makes ci figure in his own eyes." CAROLYN FLANAGAN "Carolyn" "High aims form high characters!" PAUL FORBES IIPGUIII "Never trouble trouble, until trouble trou bles you." 33 THOMAS FORTH "Thomas" True goodness is like a riverf fhe deeper if is the less noise if makes." ROBERT GALLEY IlBobll 'l have greoi faifh in foolsf self-confidence my friends call if." 34 -! VeNORMA FRERICHS llveell "The only way io have ci friend is fohbg, Ss N -.fs sw' N 11 .V vi, , on .ksffe-ef'Tfp l3?fsf"T .if ol , , , vi 4. .Z fx 4, ,ffm .1 Y- is DANA GAL-LAHUE I l ' f J n li as .1 fl -U5 I Di' fs . if ' . "High sclfgol cloys hcmg Lllgir delig 1hey'll never compare fo high nights." . G his, buf ' school MARGO GOATER UMCWQOH My idea of an agreeable person is one who agrees with me." LeROY GATLEY "Butch" "Opporfunify always looks bigger going away fhan coming." JAMES GOOCH ll-Hmll "You can'f expecf io be a lucky dog if you spenol your lime growling." DENNIS GOMBERT "Dennis" "I fhinlcf fherefore I am." 35 JAMES GORBAN Il-limi! Nofhing is really work unless you would rofher be doing somefhing else." GARY GORDON "Flash" "Some of the greafesf love affairs have in volved one cvcfor-unassisieclf' , .5 , My I il . KAY HAMILTON IIKGYII "The charm of Hs deed is in ifs doing." DARLENE GUILIANI IlDorll "A holiday sparkler-never exfinguishedf' RONALD HARTMAN llRonH "My brain is wonderful: If sfarfs working in fhe morning when I wake up and cloesn'f stop unfil I'm called on in class." ELAINE HARRINGTON "Lonie" "Mischief lurks in gay disguise." JUDY HARVEY ll-Judy!! "She smiles af many jusf for fun, but we all know fhere's only one." BRENDA HARVEY lIH0rvll "Fair she is, her sparkling eyesp soft and blue as summer Skies." FREDERICK HASELEY lllgredll His personalify and leadership are meas- ured by his heighff' MICHAEL HEALY "Squeaky" l'd rafher be small and shine than be large and casf a shadow." 38 F, - J M J luxe L4 ' ,uuglvl - X54 'Q ilk, JM X' X X ffl is bf is .l ' :JV up Xxx fi, A V N. K. H' 9 -'J 'Q i y Ji - ' ab Q' Q K W ,yy fx jf W .W vig, ,L-A-f kgvkf X , L. 1, vt VCD' ky' rj X 1 VG, fax xi' iw ,X . J V A 55 1 LA lx 'J 1 fu X yi W l rf xl l KX j A g J , JEAN HASELEY "Jeannie" "As many friends as freckles." KAREN HASELEY "Karen" "Cufe, candid, and carefree." from PAULINE HENLEY IIPQU II "lf she is here, can fun be for behind?" I L , L u , ' 0 FRANKLIN HEISNER "Francois" "Success is ci chemical compound of man and moment." JANE HENSHAW "Janie" Either l'll find a way or l'll make one." LYLE HEWITT IlHUgoll "Sleep is an excellent way of listening to a lecture." wall! 1 r Ji' YF , ,i Y 4 X wiv: lf F' K-Ti! ll CAROLYN I-uns IA llLYnu "A lhearf is beffer fhan all the heads 'l J ' in the world." ROBIN HICKMAN uHiCky1l "You have no idea of wha? a low opinion I have of myself-and how liHle I deserve if." WAYNE HOUSER "Wayne" "Silence is fl1e greaf arf of conversafionf' 40 ii i JAMES HORROCKS lljimll "Belief fo do if fl1an wish if done." WILLIAM HUFF IIBIHII "Drawing on my fine command of lan- guage, I said nofhingf' MARION HUFF "Marion" "A faifhful friend is beffer than gold DALE .IAGOW ffnqieff "Senior year is like a laundry: You gel ouf of if iusf what you put in--buf you'd never recognize if!" NORA JACOBS "Nickie" "Happiness is her middle name." PABLO JARAMILLO "Paul" "How far thy little candle throws its mighty flame." JESSE KELLEY "Butch" A mistake is at least evidence that I tried." 42 ', SANDRA JOHNS LVVSQHQQL' I I 1 -1 '-U , , ' i"WlLMl1 ll-er lveigbllfirlf gold." ' HARRY KELLEY lIKelll "lf at first you don't succeed-that makes you about average." PATRICIA KILGOUR llpctll Kindness comes from the heart" KLODA erely knocks - fempfafion icks fhe door in!" MARGARET KERNAN "Marge" "The fufure belongs fo ihose who prepare for if." T s f T W ,GUVML gf!!! j,,jLgN'AT!LIE RKRAHQL - rf ,fi ,iff for XS M-ff-Tlhre 1 BONNIE KRIZAN "Krinzor" "With cz brush I will paint my world." DIANE LEMKE IIDOHYII lt's great to be great, but it's greater to be human." 44 SHIRLEY LQCOUNTE "ShirI" "The next clay is never so good as the night before." SHIRLEY LQGUILLE "ShirIey" "The best girls make the Ieost noise." ALAN LESTER llBig Alu Whenever I feel like exercise, l lie down unlil lhe feeling passes." ROGER LEMKE lIRogIl "Ideas are funny liffle things, they don'l work unless you do." MARGARET LIVELY llMGrgell "A smile is worth a thousand words." GARY LINDEMUTH llearyll "Everylhing done is done well." DANIEL LUM llDannyll Time teIIs on a man-especially a good time." DENNIS MANN llDennYlI 'Braim The apparatus with which I think . . . I think!" 46 MURIEL MCMILLAN llMikell "Why be disagreeable, when with a little effort I can be impossible." KATHY MAIN Ilshortyll "Petite in size, big in heart." ONALEE MASTERS Ill-eel! "Nothing goes to sleep as easily as one's conscience." L SALVATORE MANSU Ilsomll "Some people are like bloftersp they soak it all in but get it backwards." CLAUDETTE MESSIER "Claudette" "The actions of girls are the best interpreters of their thoughts." DAVID MIELKE lIDaveIl "l'm a slow walker, but I never walk back." COLLEEN MOHR "Colleen" "Wish for more in life than from it." SANDRA MOODY llsondyll "Originality is simply a pair of fresh and pretty eyes." lli .fi A ,Jul BARBARA MUELLER llBarbll Sometimes quiet, sometimes gayf we all like her just that way." 48 I , . Elf 1 li in I W l qi I , ,,. Ax-' lt ll whiff? V if WALTER MORAWIC "Mike" "He can because he thinks he can." RICHARD NASHWINTER llRickll 'Life is like a game of chess-one wrong move and..." PAUL MEYERS IIPOUIII "Don'f waif for something io furn up. Gef a spade and dig for if." LINDA NEAL "Linda" Everyihing is funny, as long as if cloesn'f happen fo me." JOHN NIELSON "John" "Boys will be boys, and so will a lof of high school seniors." RITA NIETHE lITcmmylI "In work, in play, she always gay!" ROBERT O'CALLAGHAN "Irish" "The imporfanf fhing is nof where we sfand but in which direction we are moving." DONNA PALMER "Palm" The class yell of The school of experience is 'Ouch.' " 50 TODD ORSZULAK llToddIl "Live dangerously, die young." Cx Q1 I lbw QD who llfl N Wil Gr. H254 Cgllyf ROYQL GTTQIJ TK'-QC' Hr tk "ChiIe!' glow U' Q5 L "The life of the party." -Q11 kg X YW VERNON PANKOW "Vern" "Every noble work is af firsf impossible." ROBERT PARKHILL llBoblI Famous lasf words: waich me pass that smarf guy ahead." CAROL PEACE "Carol" "lf silence were golden, she'd have wealth unfold." MARIA PENQUE "Marie" 'Some people folk grecn' fhingsp other peo- ple just folk." K r JUDY PLETCHER Judy 'JY ALAN POPLINSKI IIAIII Early fo bed and early fo rise, and I meef very few people." 52 JOYCE PLUFF Ilvoyll "The happier ihe fime the more quickly if passes." JEANNE PRATT "Jeanne" 'The fufure always holds something for The girl who has faith in if." 7 l SANDY PTASNICK llsandyll 'Sweef and femperamenial: Easy glum, easy glow." GERALD PORTER "Coach" "Some people, like boats, foot louclesf when fhey're in a fog." JAMES QUIMBY lljimll "The mosf he wanis io gef ouf of school is himself." 53 CARLENE RAYMOND "Carla" "Red hair without much temper." JAMES RETZLAFF lljimll The more ideas a man has, the fewer words he takes to express them." 4 DOUGLAS READING HDOUQII "Too many square meals make round people." U HROZII "She has occasional flashes of silence that make her conversation perfectly delightful." X DOUGLAS ROBERTS "Scooter" Wherever he is you're sure to find, a teacher trying to make him mind." NORTON RICKARD "Norton" "Don't just be good-be good for some thing." ROBERTS IIMoonll yells she won her fame. She has oi trick in every game." FREDERICK ROBINSON llTerrylI "A man sure of himself." 55 BRIAN ROLPH "Brian" A man who rolls up his sleeves, seldom loses his shirt." WILLIAM SARGENT "Tclmbc1" 'Experience is somefhing you gel while " looking for somefhing else." KATHLEEN RUSSEL llKqthYIl "A genile heart and a mild manner." , , Y NELLIE SALERNO lINelcll "Every genuis has cr touch of madness DOUGLAS SATTLEBURG HDOUQII "He knows what's what." CAROL SATTLEBURG "Carol" "Always willing to help a friend." MARGARET SAUNDERS HMG ell Quiet in a friendly way and friendly in a quiet way." SALLY SCHOENING IISUHYII "Gentle in speechp gentle in heart FRED SEGER IIFredll "His main aspect is ease." DARLENE SCHOLZ HDGIJI "Her quiet ways are just and true." RIC I never let my HARD SHAFFER ffmchff schooling interfere with my education." 58 LINDA SEGER III-inll "l don't mind living in a man's world as long as I'm a woman in it." Qvf QQ SHARON SHEA J' "Sharon" bf Xjq' Conscience is the sfill, small voice fhaf args-2' gf .Wye XS makes me feel sfill smaller." f lyff Ji. JACK SHELTMIRE fuackff 'We are all of us failures-at least the besf of us are." I HARD SHARRAR "Dick" "Typically fall, dark, and handsome." CAROLYN SHEPHERD llshepll "A blond wifh a grin and fhe devil packed in." 59 CAROL SIEJ KA "Carol" Cheerfulness is an offshoof of goodness." RONALD SIMRELL IlRonII "l'm a coward: In an emergency I fhink with my legs." JO ANN SMITH IIJOII "Happiness is made to be shared." 60 ADELE SMITH "Smitty" "Nothing is so annoying as fo have fwo people go righf on falking when l'm infer- rupfing." JAMES SMYTH lljimll W i iw His warm personalify quietness." DAVID SNIFFEN "Sniff" "Our big game hunferf' WMJEJ If wi E .uhm Qiiwfm xv 'JJWQS W "Prefers plofs .A LYNN SMITH llLynnlI "She is as good as she is fair." LOIS SPILLER IILOII and pans 61 L 21, -A , JOSEPH STAATS "Novohoe" "Don't kill time by thinking." MARY STROPE llMickyll Her ways are the ways of pleasclntnessf' EILEEN STEPHENS "Eileen" "Gentle in mood and manner." JAMES STROM "Jimmie" "Women like a strong silent man because they think he's listening." KATHLEEN TOLL "Butch" What we earnestly aspire to be, that in the same sense we are." mwmmn DAVID TOMPKINS Dave modern man doesn t leave footprmts in the sands of time-just tire tracks " .Yr A ' V.: XX JOANNE THIEMECKE ll-loll "Moclesty is beauty's best companion." GERALD TOWNSEND lljerryll "A real worker who labors from claybreak to baclcbreakf' 63 MIN 5 at N CHARLOTTE THOMPSON "Cha rlo1te" Doing nothing is beffer fhan being busy doing nofhing." KNEELAND TOWNSEND llNeHIl "You can lead a boy fo school, buf you cannot make him think." JUDITH TROYER lljudyll 'The big shofs are only fhe liffle shofs who keep shooiing." . yy T, ,Q , T El ff M, V ,ELIZABETH TREICHLER ' ll'll M, ,, z - i ll ity. -lf Z, .,' I U "With 'ahechxn beaming in one eye and calculafion ouf of fhe ofher." MARJORIE UNDERWOOD llMorgel1 sense and good nature go hand In hand." DOUGLAS TUTTLE IIDOUQII "Ideas die quickly in some heads because they can't stand solitary confinement!" TODD URBAN IlToddyll o do nothing is tiresome: I can't stop and take a rest. LLOYD VALENTINE lluoydll "A brain is no stronger than its weakest think." 65 DUANE WALCK "Simon" "Patient and Preserving." ROBERT VICKERY "Zodiac" "We do more talking progress than we do progressing." EDWARD WENDT llEdll "I never put off until tomorrow what I can do today: There may be a law against it by then!" 66 JAMES WALLACE II-limi! "Every man is a volume if you know how to read him!" RONALD WENDT llRonll quief and people will think you are a genius." KATHLEEN WEN DT IlKathYll "I can keep c secret, but my friends I fell if to can'f!" RUBY WENDT HR U by!! you are blessed wifh simple beauiy, you receive fhe besf fha! God can give." ALAN WEST "Alvin" "Dainty, dimpled, and darling." HARRIS WIENKE llwinkll Greaf abilify leads fo greaf success." CLEVA WILLIAMS "Bec1ve" "Jolly as U circus." MARIE WINKLEY "Marie" "Ever moving on impish impulse." V, II If W L x J XI' If XD, Xqlx X w ,,x v LL' wiv .fu 3 J, U X? X N .l im ms XJ -X I If LN QS UV X .ld 'N UI IX Q I I iv THOMAS WILLIAMS llTomll "Few minds wear out-most rust out RON WISE llRonll "With night baseball, football, and basket- ball, there's no reason for me to get up in the daytime." JOHN WIRTH "Little John" "Wit is the salt of conversation, not the food." if WNV IVY 5,1 'ydlb jf, J , f tt' to pf' ,QW V, ' 51 ft l it 1' t ef L f 'thy vpfl X' " t of if V ' ft , ' E f tb 'W , ,, N 7:7 1 I , A 'Mft ' t ,J OL sv , lwxxxi Lx bb-lljhylv Zjfl. HELEN WCLF "Helen" "She has a heart with room for everyone." Jw A Lt p - t - 1 ' Y gf, J ,O JERRIANNE WOJTOWICZ , l , lk L MB. Ll ll-lerriu ltdx -'ll .WWA surprise package wrapped up in per- 1 I f 11 sonality. l 69 AILEEN YOUNG "Beaver" "Be as you would seem fo be JEANNE YARNALL Jeanme "Her infelligence will fake her far CHARLOTTE ZIMMERMAN "Dutchess" Blessed wifh a gay and carefree person- amy." 70 PHYLLIS YOUNG llphylll "To laugh is fo be alive." JAMES BISSELL lljimll "Why should life all labor be?" JANICE GLASS llJanll lt's noi how for you get in life, but how you gof there." PAUL ZUCCARI "Zucci" "Genflemen farmers-a race never worn out." KATHLEEN HILTS llKGThyll "Believe in happiness and if will come." 71 HARRY KRABBE WILLIAM WARREN WILLIAM LEVINE BARBARA ROG JANUARY GRADUATES SENIOR ACTIVITIE JANICE ABRAMAITYS: French Club 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Activities 3, Monitor Club 3, Student Council 3, Fourcast 3, 4, Senior Class Activities 4, Library Club 4. SHARON AINSWORTH: Library Club 1, Chorus 1, 2, Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Coun- cil 2, J.V. Student Adviser 2, Class Officer 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Science Club 3, Monitor Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Fourcast 4. MARCELO ARCENTALES: Latin Club 1, 3, Basketball 1, 3, Library 3, Chorus 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4. SHARON BARBER: Chorus 1, 2, Future Business Leaders of America 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Monitor Club 3, Junior Play 3, Yearbook 4, Fourcast 4. LARRY BAUGHMAN: Junior Prom Committee 3, Monitor Club 3, 4, Distributive Education Club of America 4, Wranglers 4. ROSS BEECHER: Swimming 1, Monitor Club 3. MAXINE BEUTEL: Chorus 1, 2, 3, Drill Team 3, Pep Club 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Student Council 4. DIANA BROSIUS: Synchronized Swimming 1. BONNIE JO BRYNER: Class Officer 1, Science Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. BARBARA CAMANN: Special Chorus 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Class Officer 4. RUTY CAMANN: Special Chorus 1, Chorus 1, Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Monitor Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. JERRY CARTER: Maiorette Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4. SANDRA CHAPMAN: Library Club 1, Intramurals 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Art Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. LESLIE CHRISTIAN: Science Club 1, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Junior Play 3, Class Officer 3. KATHERINE CHRIVNIZ: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Business Leaders of America 1, 2, 4, Yearbook 4. HELEN CHURCH: Drill Team 2, Intramurals 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 3, 4. DICK CRAVEN: Chess Club 1, Swimming 1, 2, Sports Council 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Travel Club 3. SHARYN CURLEY: Travel Club 1, 2, Woodwind Ensemble 74 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Country Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Solo Festival 1, 3, 4, Russian Club 2, All-State Sectional Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, Science Club 3, Pep Band 3, 4. ROBERT DARNLEY: Swimming 1, Wrestling 2, Baseball 2, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. JOHN DAVIS: Travel Club 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Fu- ture Teachers of America 4, Intramurals 4. GARY DEFRAENE: Band 1, 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3. JOANNE DELELIO: Chorus 1, 2, Library Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3. MARILYN DELMATER: French Club 1, Yearbook 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, Wranglers 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. DALE DEVANTIER: Swimming 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2, Baseball 2, Band Officer 4, Soccer 4. DEBORAH DEWEESE: French Club 1, Woodwind Ensem- ble 1, 2, Synchronized Swimming 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports Council 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. MARGO DICKSON: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Home- makers of America 2, Monitor Club 3. WILLEAN DILLION: Intramurals 1, Future Business Lead- ers of America 2, 4. Nebraska: Girls' Athletic Association 3, Future Teachers of America 3. N-W: Future Teachers of America 4, Monitor Club 4, Yearbook 4. BEVERLY DOAK: Chorus 2, Monitor Club 3. CHARLES DONNER: Track 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Monitor Club 3, Student Council 3, Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4. GRANT DUBOIS: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. JANE DUBOIS: Chorus 1, 2, Student Council 1, 2, Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4. JULIA DUNHAM: Travel Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Monitor Club 3, Student Council 4. GARY ELLMAN: Baseball 1, Basketball 1, Science Club 1, Intramural Softball 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Weightlifting Club 2, 3, Monitor Club 3, Soccer 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4. DIANE ENGLAND: Travel Club 1, Future Business Lead- ers of America 2, Pep Club 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, German Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4. CAROL FELLOWS: Chorus 2, French Club 2, Intramural 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4. SANDRA FIEGEL: Future Business Leaders of America I, 2, 3, 4, Wranglers 2, 3, Senior Class Activities 4, Four- cast 4. CAROLYN FLANAGAN: French Club I, Band I, 2, 3, Fourcast 2, 3, Senior Life Saving 3, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Junior Play 3, Monitor Club 3, Future Teachers of America 4, Yearbook 4. DONNA FOGG: Chorus I, 2, 3, Intramurals 'I, 2, 4, Pep Club 2, Trampoline Club 2, Drill Team 3, Future Teach- ers of America 4, Yearbook 4. VENORMA FRERICHS: Wranglers 2, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Photography Club 3, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Travel Club 4, Yearbook 4. DANA GALLAHUE: Riverside: Orchestra I, Synchronized Swimming I, Band I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, Pep Club I, 2, Swimming I, 2. N-W: Band 2, 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Junior Play 3, Library Club 4, Yearbook 4. ROBERT GALLEY: Track 'I. JANICE GLASS: Student Council I, Drama Club 2, Pep Club 3, Chorus 4, Fourcast 3, 4. MARGO GOATER: Library Club I, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 3, Intramurals 3, Senior Class Activities 4, Fourcast 4, Yearbook 4. DENNIS GOMBERT: Band I, 2, Travel Club 3, Baseball 3, Wrestling 3, Soccer 4. GARY GORDON: Swimming I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, 4, Fourcast 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Soccer 4. DARLENE GUILIANA: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Sports Coun- cil 2, Trampoline Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Chorus 3, Fu- ture Business Leaders of America 4. KAY HAMILTON: Fourcast 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3. ELAINE HARRINGTON: Synchronized Swimming I, 2, Band 'I, 2, Woodwind Ensemble I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Chorus 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Monitor Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Fourcast 4, Student Council 4. RONALD HARTMAN: Swimming I, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. JUDITH HARVEY: Student Council 'I, Library Club 'I, 2, Class Officer 2, Art Club 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Yearbook 3, 4. BRENDA HARVEY: Travel Club I, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. FREDERICK HASELEY: Class Officer 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3. JEAN HASELEY: Class Officer I, Future Homemakers of America 'I, Chorus 'I, 2, 4, Library Club 2, Sextet 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Monitor Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4. KAREN HASELEY: Future Business Leaders of America 'I, Drill Team 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, Monitor Club 3, Chorus 4, Fourcast 4, Yearbook 4. MICHAEL HEALY: Rocket Club I, Chess Club I, 2, Sci- ence Club I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Russian Club 2, Pep Band 3, 4, Chorus 4, Yearbook 4. FRANKLIN HEISNER: Rocket Club I, Science Club I, 2, French Club 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Tennis 3, Monitor Club 3, 4, Chorus 4, Fourcast 4. PAULINE HENLEY: Trampoline Club I, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Chorus 2. JANIE HENSHAW: Student Council I, 2, 3, Synchronized Swimming I, 2, Travel Club I, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorale 3, Chorus 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Future Business Leaders of America I, 4, Senior Class Activities 4. LYLE HEWITT: Basketball I, 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Weightlifting Club 3, Soccer 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Wrestling 4. ROBIN HICKMAN: Our Lady of Guam: Latin Club I, Soft- ball I, Swimming I. N-W: Swimming 'I, 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Student Council 3, Future Teachers of America 3, Class Officer 4, Library Club 4, Fourcast 4. CAROLYN HILTS: French Club 'I, Special Chorus I, 2, 3, Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Activities 4, Fourcast 4. KATHLEEN HILTS: Chorus 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 2, 3, 4. WAYNE HOUSER: Chorus 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3. NORA JACOBS: Future Homemakers of America 3. DALE JAGOW: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Fourcast 3, 4. PABLO JARAMILLO: B. Malo: Soccer I, Band I, 3, Bas- ketball 3, Student Council 3. La'SaIIe: Band 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2. N-W: Soccer 4. SANDRA JOHNS: Library Club I, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Junior Prom Committee 3. MARGARET KERNAN: Future Nurses Club I, Chorus I, 2, 3, Library Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Year- book 4. PATRICIA KILGOUR: Trampoline Club 2, Library Club 2, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Tennis Club 4. RICHARD KULAK: Wrestling 3, 4. SHIRLEY KLODA: Madonna: Library Club I, 2. N-W: Monitor Club 4. 75 NATALIE KRATTS: French Club I5 Pep Club 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Drill Team 35 Junior Prom Com- mittee 35 Senior Prom Committee 45 Co-editor Yearbook 4. BONNIE KRIZAN: Library Club I, 25 Intramurals I5 Pep Club I, 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Yearbook 45 Future Teach- ers of America 4. SHIRLEY LACOUNTE: French Club I, 25 Pep Club 25 Hall Monitor 3, 45 Library Club 35 Future Homemakers of America 4. DIANE LEMKE: Pep Club I5 Chorus I, 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Activities 45 Yearbook 4. ROGER LEMKE: Swimming I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ALLAN LESTER: Baseball I5 Football 2, 3,. 45 Track 35 Wrestling 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 Monitor Club 3, 4. GARY LINDEMUTH: Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Library 25 Fourcast 3, 45 Double Quartet 35 Monitor Club 4. MARGARET LIVELY: S. Junior: Yearbook I, 25 Chorus I5 Intramurals I, 25 Pep Club I, 25 Newspaper Staff 25 National Honor Society 25 Student Council 2. N.-W: Pep Club 35 Intramurals 3, 45 Fourcast 35 Student Council 45 Library Club 4. DANIEL LUM: Science Club I5 Baseball I, 25 Bowling I, 2, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Football 2,, 35 Varsity Club 3, 4. CATHERINE MAIN: Band I, 2, 35 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Drill Team 25 Future Business Lead- ers ot America 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 35 Yearbook 45 Dis- tributive Education Club of America 4. DENNIS MANN: Chorus I, 35 Wrestling Team 25 Moni- tor 3. SALVATORE MANSU: Rocket Club I5 Football 25 Travel Club 2, 35 Soccer 3, 45 Monitor 35 Spanish Club 35 Swim- ming 3. ONALEE MASTERS: A Cappella Chorus 25 Pep Club 2, 35 Future Business Leaders of America 25 Girls' Chorale 35 Library Club 3. MURIEL Mc MILLAN: French Club I5 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 A Cappella Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 3. DAVID MIELKE: Science Club I5 Swimming 25 Monitor Club 3. SANDY MOODY: Intramurals I5 Chorus I5 Art Club 3, 45 Yearbook 4. WALTER MORAWIC: Student Council I, 2, 35 French Club I, 2, 35 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports Com- mittee 25 Travel Club 2, 3, 45 Audio-Visual Aid 35 Intra- murals 3, 45 Soccer 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Fourcast 4. 76 BARBARA MUELLER: Woodwind Ensemble I, 25 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Class Activities 45 Yearbook 4. RICHARD NASHWINTER: Junior Prom Committee 35 Yearbook 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee 4. JOHN NIELSEN: Basketball 25 Football 3, 4. RITA NIETHE: Chorus 25 Intramurals 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Monitor Club 45 Fourcast 45 Yearbook 4. ROBERT O'CALLAGHAN: Science Club I5 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Monitor Club 35 Soccer 35 Track 4. DONNA PALMER: Cheerleader I, 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 35 Chorus I, 25 Varsity Club 3, 4. VERNON PANKOW: Science Club I5 German Club I, 35 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Dance Band 35 Pep Band 3, 45 Swimming 4. ROY PATTON: Clinton High: Track I5 Basketball I, 25 Intramurals I, 25 Play I, 25 Football 2. N-W: Basketball 35 Junior Class Activities 35 Student Council 3, 45 Student Council Officer 45 Travel Club 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 45 Senior Class Activities 4. CAROL PEACE: Chorus I5 Future Business Leaders of America 2. JOYCE PLUFF: Madonna: Girls' Volleyball 2, 35 Intra- murals 35 Chorus 3. N-W: Chorus 4. GERALD PORTER: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 Gymnastics Club 3, 45 Monitor Club 45 Senior High Quartet 4. JEANNE PRATT: French Club 25 Wranglers 2, 3, 45 Library Club 45 Yearbook 4. SANDRA PTASNICK: Intramurals 25 Monitor Club 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee 4. JAMES QUIMBY: Baseball I5 Football 2, 3, 4. CARLENE RAYMOND: Chorus I, 25 Intramurals 25 Pep Club 2, 35 Travel Club 35 Yearbook 3. FRANKLIN READING: Band I, 2, 3, 45 Monitor Club 3, 4. ROSALIE REELE: Chorus I, 2, 45 Future Business Leader of America I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 J.V. Student Adviso 25 Sextet 2, 35 Monitor Club 35 Fourcast 4. JAMES RETZLAFF: Science Club 25 Travel Club 35 Moni tor Club 35 Track 3, 45 Football 4. DOUGLAS ROBERTS: Football I5 Travel Club I, 25 Intra murals I, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Monitor Club 3, 4 Wrestling 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 4. HELEN ROBERTS: Science Club I5 Library Club I, 2 Chorus I, 2, 35 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Stu dent Council 2, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Activi- ties 3, Girls' Track 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. FREDERICK ROBINSON: Science Club 2, Track 2, 3, French Club 3, Monitor Club 3, Soccer 3, 4, Travel Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Chorus 4. BRIAN ROLPH: R. H. King Collegiate: Volleyball I, Intra- murals I, Borden Ball 2, Football 2, Weight Lifting Club 3. N-W: Football 4. KATHLEEN RUSSELL: Intramurals I, Student Council I, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 4, Future Teachers of America 4, Senior Class Activities 4. NELLIE SALERNO: Synchronized Swimming I, 2, Wood- wind Ensemble I, 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 4, Pep Club 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Sports Council 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Moni- tor Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Class President 4, Senior Class Activities 4, Yearbook 4. WILLIAM SARGENT: Math Club I, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. CAROI. SATTELBERG: German Club 3, 4, Future Teach- ers of America 4. DOUGLAS SATTELBERG: Russian Club 2. MARGARET SAUNDERS: Chorus I, 2, Monitor Club 3, 4, Travel Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. DARLEEN SCHOLZ: Trampoline Club I, 2, Future Nurses Club I, 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Year- book 4. FRED SEGER: Intramurals 2. LINDA SEGER: Student Council I, Library Club 2, Chorus , 3, Intramurals 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. RICHARD SHARRAR: Chess Club I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, , Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Jets 3, Monitor Club 3, , Varsity Club 3, 4, Chorus 4, Fourcast 4, Senior High uartet 4. TAN SHARMAN: Swimming I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club , 3, 4. HARON SHEA: Chorus I, 2, Synchronized Swimming I, , Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Senior Class ctivities 4, Fourcast 4. ACK SHELTMIRE: Science Club I, Baseball 2, 4, Foot- all 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Intramurals 4. AROLYN SHEPHERD: Synchronized Swimming I, Chor- s I, 2, Future Business Leaders of America I, 2, 3, 4, extet 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Girls' Swimming 2, 3, 4, onitor Club 3, Student Council 3, Sr. Life Saving 3, unior Class Activities 3, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, ourcast 4, Yearbook 4. ICHARD SHAFFER: Swimming I, Baseball I, 2, 4. CAROL SIEJKA: Starpoint: Band 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Leaders Club 3, Newspaper 3, Future Secretaries Club 3, Student Council 3, National Honor Society 3. N-W: Band I, Intramurals I. RONALD SIMRELL: Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Aid 2, 3, 4, Rocket Club 3, Baseball 3, 4, Travel Club 3, 4, Soccer 4. ADELE SMITH: Gaskill: Glee Club I, Acquata Club I, 2, Student Council I, 2, Newspaper 2, Yearbook 2. Niagara Falls: Bowling 3, Future Nurses Club 3, Pep Club 3, Ticket Sales 3. N-W: Future Nurses Club 4, Pep Club 4, Student Council 4. JOANN SMITH: Chorus 2, Pep Club 3, Future Business Leaders of America 4, Monitor Club 4, Travel Club 4. E. LYNN SMITH: Wranglers I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Pep Club 2, Girls' Swimming 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Sr. Life Saving 3, Yearbook 4. JAMES SMYTH: French Club I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, Audio-Visual Aid 3, Soccer 4. DAVID SNIFFEN: Intramurals I, Band I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Physical Fitness Club 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Baseball 4, Chorus 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Senior High Quartet 4, Senior Class Activities 4. LOIS SPILLER: Synchronized Swimming I, French Club I, Travel Club I, 2, Chorus 2, Pep Club 2, Monitor Club 3, Junior Class Activities 3, Distributive Education Club of America 4, Yearbook 4. JOSEPH STAATS: S. Junior: Basketball I, Chorus I, 2, Football I, 2, Swimming I, Track I, 2. Trott: Baseball I, 2. N-W: Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. EILEEN STEPHENS: Future Homemakers of America 3, 4. JAMES STROM: Rocket Club I, Intramurals I, 2, Foot- ball 3, Monitor Club 3, Weight Lifting Club 3, Wrestling 3, 4, Chorus 4, Soccer 4, Senior Class Activities 4. MARY STROPE: Future Homemakers of America I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, Library Club 3, 4. JOANNE THIEMECKE: Class Officer I, Travel Club I, Pep Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4. KAY TOLL: Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 4. DAVID TOMPKINS: Travel Club 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. JUDITH TROYER: Future Business Leaders of America I, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, Monitor Club 3, Softball 3, Fourcast 4, Yearbook 4. 77 MARJORIE UNDERWOOD: Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Spanish Club 3, Future Nurses Club 4, Senior Prom Committee 4. TODD URBAN: Swimming I, 4, Football 2. ROBERT VICKERY: Intramurals I, Science Club I, Track I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. JIM WALLACE: Soccer 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. DUANE WALCK: Art Club 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Distributive Education Club of America 4, Monitor Club 4, Wranglers 4, Yearbook 4. KATHLEEN WENDT: Future Business Leaders of America 2, Future Homemakers of America' 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Monitor Club 4. RUBY WENDT: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Yearbook 4. ALAN WEST: Science Club I, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Moni- tor Club 3. HARRIS WIENKE: Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, Travel Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Monitor Club 3, 4, Fourcast 4. CLEVA WILLIAMS: Chorus I, Monitor Club 3, Pep Club 4, Future Homemakers of America 4. MARIE WINKLEY: Class Officer I, Synchronized Swim- ming I, Chorus 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Fourcast 4, Special Chorus 4, Senior Class Activities 4. 78 JOHN WIRTH: Arcon Club I, German Club I, 3, 4, Football I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Trampoline Club 2, Monitor Club 3, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Yearbook 4. JERRIANNE WOJTOWICZ: Special Chorus 'I, Future Nurses Club 'I, Chorus I, 2, Synchronized Swimming 2, Intramurals 3, Monitor Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Fourcast 3, 4, Class Officer 4. HELEN WOLF, Art Club 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Senior Class Activities 4, Yearbook 4. JEANNE YARNALL: Travel Club I, 2, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 3, German Club 4, Yearbook 4. AILEEN YOUNG: LaSalle: Chorus I, Jr. Red Cross I. N-W: Chorus 2, 3, Monitor Club 3, Future Business Lead- ers of America 3, 4. PHYLLIS YOUNG: Student Council I, 3, 4, French Club I, 2, Intramural Sports Council 2, Pep Club 2, 4, Art Club 3, Drill Team 3, Privilege Pass 3, Student Council Officer 4, Tennis Club 4, Fourcast 4. CHARLOTTE ZIMMERMAN: Chorus 2, 3, Travel Club 3. PAUL ZUCCARI: Intramural Basketball 2, 3. PAUL FORBES: Travel Club I, 2, 3, 4, Audio-Visual Aid 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4. SHIRLEY LAGUILLE: Monitor Club. MEMORIES OF OUR JUNIOR PROM "SEVEN GODS OF FORTUNE" IVV CANDID :Q Fi X.. ',.. I "Did you whistle at me?" "Oh no, not oguinl" "Our senior year: one big splash." "No applause pleosep iust throw money." 80 "This is Comrade Mazzei ond l've got a secret. PHOTOS 11 it wx -.-w..., me 1... Ill AUTOGRAPHS I 693' da..-v 66 ' we 'F 0? r Lbs X skba o QQ' ,49 6 Ao 55 .Ugg b cv A t . 00 ' Lf ,,,.-vo? 0 W WWC 69' ss . JW 54176, awww! W yjgyyfi dj! 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Coniglio fili- , Q f , y . l 1 r, H ,I 7 ,I I , ' Tx if D 1" A ' J J f y Ju lolz CLASS The ambitious Junior Class began the year by continuing the tradition of selling refreshments at the Adult Educa- tion Classes. Their first activity was the "Band Competi- tion and Movie Night" held in October. The Junior entry in the Play Festival Competition was the successful com- edy "The Perfect Couple" which took the prize for Best Play, and in which Michael Dimond won the title of Best In December, the Class of '64 presented "International Escapade," a dance held in honor of our exchange stu- dents. They also sponsored a Candy Cane Sale during lunch periods for the Christmas Holidays. Other Junior Activities for the year included their an- nual Club '64, the Junior Weekend in May, and-,xmany other activitiessi . 'RJ ,sf V' J Actor. VJ L Xj CY' y if V Y- 'jj L' 'jf ' 4, ,XJ X577 X-4' x 'cf' V' , A I 1 H ,EJ tk 'Iv N X" is A Q . ' ' V, i' ' X X X' 7 I 4, QV I I I we YN f I v . x , .E . 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Staudt , I ' .1 Q . y SOPHCJMORE CLASS .,,, The Sophomore Class officers this year were Perry Kelly, Linda' Staudt, Donna Hilts, and Tom Schmidt. They were under the aclvisorship of Mr. Cosby. The Class of '65 held a successful dance in November entitled "The Monster Mash." The co-chairmen of this event were Gay Brezinski and Jim Leveson. The Sopho- 92 more entry in the Student Council's Play Festival was the comedy "His and Hers," in which Donna Calkins won the Best Actress Award. The various other activities held by the Sophomore Class during the year included splash parties, a' Variety Show, and Easter Candy Sale. 21 ,.iW'A wx . ., , if w w. fp .. .- f 5.55 ,,. 2' P ' ' ' 'U'l'..7:'?'-. 1 . nm' 'gy .,., T :iq R. , , X S Lf P ai. i 5 . 3 f, l ,li l . f . in W .ll M K. uuzffiiif' x ' iv 1. 1 ix , ,l Mya 4 , :slow . ' K. Baker K. Baldi C. Ball W. Baldwin K. Baney J. Barber E. Barrett W. Barett D. Barrand V. Beard B F . . 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Cerrillo, A. Koroschetz, M. Gage ROW TWO: M. Dubuc, G. Balch, K Rickard, B. Raverinni, L. Baptiste, R Fickett, C. Reese, J. Sharpe, J. Hosey, R. Bohnet. 114 8-'I ROW ONE, Left to Right: D. Miller, C. Green, D. Hewitt, L. Nelson, P. Hefferon. ROW TWO: D. Marone, T. Wurl, D. Card, J. Delaney, R. Kinur, D. Rice, J. Snell, J. Davis, J. Hiscock. 8-3 ROW ONE, Left to Right: K. Pagliari S. Mabon, L. Moore, C. Malinowski D. Cook, D. Hoffman, M. Glandon B. Tolmar, S. Rotella. ROW TWO R. Maclay, P. Sullivan, A. DeBlanc N. Castiglione, L. Carpenter, J. Le've son, J. Corr, K. Delmater, P. Grona- chan, A. Griffith. ROW THREE: L Duncan, J. Kroliclc, K. Curtin, R. Marquart, G. Underwood, P. Tor- reano, M. Bluey, M. Russo, B. Strass- burg. 8-4 ROW ONE, Left to Right: B. George, S. Provorse, R. Smouse, D. Jimnersion D. Bierly, D. -Beentan, M. Posa, A. N Delaney. ROW TWO: B. Sheel, L. Sargintson, A. Wager, M. Fyke, A Jacobs, J. Sprankle, B. Broeker, L Lawrie, T. Stumpf, K. Undercoffer, E. Slowick. ROW THREE: J. Seyler, P. Nicholls, G. Carroll, L. Wiegond, R. Sharrow, C. Walker, C. Toromino, T. Walzak, R. Snyder, P. Smerno. 8-6 ROW ONE, Left to Right: C. Dinant, E. Barnett, M. Moxham, J. Hobba, D. Louria, E. Beasock, D. Nelson, K. Mietlicki. ROW TWO: J. Ricker, R. Sanders, L. Atkinson, C. Mills, B. Lewis, M. King, T. Warchoki, C. Web- ster, D. Strom, C. Mourer, C. Broeker. ROW THREE: D. Kuchy, J. Knox, R. Jacobs, K. Sticek, T. Mt. Pleasant, F. Loss, T. Warren, D. Cooper, W. Deuine, J. Kubis. 8-5 ROW ONE, Left to Right: D. Ste- phens, W. Abbey, K. Scarpinski, L. Sargent, P. Mt. Pleasant, C. Ander- son, B. Sharpe, E. Corupton. ROW TWO: D. Wilcox, E. Sticek, L. Harvey, D. Bomberry, S. Kelly, J. Boss, W. Arehart, H. Flack, A. Hicks. ROW THREE: D. Faruham, W. Sparks, A. Berge, L. DePadre, J. Ellerington, R. Jizwiak, J. Broclt, R. Carlson, J. Scollo. 115 7-l ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Bell, D. Booth, S. Baker, M. Barone, P. Boynton, B. Aldrow, J. Bloise, J. Abbey, P. Beecher. ROW TWO: S. Albert, R. Becken, R. Billings, H. Ben- ton, B. Duckett, D. Shields, C. Bur- leigh, C. Heinrich, C. Bolender, D. Brown, S. Wilcox, M. Bazinet. ROW THREE: D. Bartlett, C. Wilson, F. Bauer, S. Baptiste, J. Baggos, D. Anderson, R. Oul, F. Brosus, D. Ander- son, M. Blake. H5 8-13 ROW ONE, Left to Right: P. Huff, R. Murphy, B. Barone, E. Crauley, B. Hilts, N. Howard, K. Flach, C. l.ans- kerry. ROW TWO: R. Bichel, J. Gi- quere, G. Jorden, G. Tickett, R. Flynn, S. Mohr, R. Tickett, L. Hewitt, E. Snyder 7-2 ROW ONE, Left to Right: T. Doebler, C. Cieslak, A. Carver, C. Gatley, N. Fraiser, K. Cooper, D. Elias, S. Cory. ROW TWO: G. Castagner, G. Case, T. Comptor, T. Curione, R. Kinary, S. Farber, C. Davis, V. Delelilio, E. Wells, S. Forren, R. Caterisano. ROW THREE: A. Coniglio, B. Bush, R. Chick, T. Darnley, M. Wcitowick, D. Bussard, M. Seeloff, N. Delgrowlic, J. Carter, B. Baer, A. Castro. M 1-i F... ...g 7-3 ROW ONE, Left to Right: G. Gurmin L. Horracks, D. Honchey, L. Horracks, J. Gillingham, C. Ferguson, D. Gage E. Hicks, K. Granto. ROW TWO: R Griffith, D. Walter, R. Rannalli, M Houseman, J. Hill, D. Wilson, M Hill, S. McMonigle, P. DuCharia, J Ditzel, P. Gibbs. ROW THREE: R Hall, B. Klees, D. Woodcook, J. Len- gen, S. Girard, B. Gleaton, J. Enter- line, B. Caster, P. Grimes, J. Falbo, J. Dove. 7-5 ROW ONE, Left to Right: C. Keyes, S. Krobble, G. Sarbarber, D. Han- chey, L. Johnston, R. Justire, N. Schulz, K. Daczer. ROW TWO: D. Ferry, W. Hudson, M. Chamberlain, P. Jimmerson, T. Kolelc, D. Jacobs, H. Kirk, S. Krull, S. Hutchins, M. Kennedy, K. Wright, G. Townsend. ROW THREE: J. Howard, S. Huff, R. Kerrison, R. Johnson, A. Hunt, M. Kelley, B. Haseley, J. Keller, J. Hub- bord, B. Stafford, G. Horob, G. Val- entino, G. Hutcheson. 7-4 ROW ONE, Left to Right: T. Barnett, C. Blake, R. Seeloff, K. Bartlett, M. Kraft, C. London, B. Coughell, T. Wilson. ROW TWO: B. Phillips, D. Strope, I. Fenton, T. Williamson, R. Geltz, R. Haseley, E. Draft, F. Deete. ROW THREE: E. Ventry, R. Billings, A. Estes, G. Miller, B. Parfinski, G. Mosher, R. Billings. 119 7-7 ROW ONE, Left to Right: J. Church, J Carter, J. Howard, D. Bennett, M Posa, H. Langer, S. Long. ROW TWO V. Brown, R. Perry, D. Carra, T. Fisher W. Beckwith, W. Shaffer, W. Rohm ROW THREE: L. Nelson, D. Zimmer, F. Schinabeck, T. Linton, E. Nagy, D. Huffman, W. Gromoll. 120 1 7-6 Row oNE, Left to Rlghf: P. Loyd, 1 Lass, B. Lebrun, D. Lorenti, K. Leiew- ski, L. Madison, J. Lata, M. Reichert ROW TWO: R. Troyer, C. Kozarowicz H. Knorr, J. Lansberry, B. Lowell, S Lozinski, J. Pluff, H. Kransinski, L Lusak. ROW THREE: R. Licht, M, Little J. Wysong, F. Wendt, W. Lewis, L McCartney, D. Johnson, K. Kinzly, J Martha, W. Kilgour. 7-8 ROW ONE, Left to Right: A. Maickr zak, D. McCallum, S. Narowski, C McCartney, M. Misener, A. Baldi, M La Venture, R. Masters. ROW TWO J. Motto, V. Mead, C. Mietlicki, C Miller, G. Meahl, P. McMonigle, J Valery, J. Murawski, D. Moore, A Daigle, R. Morham. ROW THREE: R Oudefte, R. Pattison, N. Patterson M. Mihalik, J. Pluff, D. Tontoli, C McCoy, L. Harris, R. Mielka, R Muffler. 1 1 7-9 ROW ONE: L. Nicosia, K. Schaeffer, S. Sayer, M. Prue, L. Rickard, L. Soladay, M. Reid. ROW TWO: S. Mielke, A. Ritter, P. Radowsky, S. Samborski, K. Shepard, P. Stoner, N. Sinopole, H. Strassburg, E. Reppen- hagen, W. Young, H. Printup. ROW THREE: R. Tompkins, G. Ripley, T. Scalzo, N. Riccutti, P. Robittaile, R. Zolziebko, R. Manday, D. McCullough, R. Raverinni, R. Read, L. Richards. 7-11 ROW ONE: C. Masceri, T. Levine, K. Anderson, K. Gronachan, E. Patton, B. Sykes, S. Martin. ROW TWO: D. Nicolette, T. Carrick, M. Kent, C. Etherton, S. Ferchen, F. Hill, B. Brown, D. Johnson, D. Rizzo. ROW THREE: M. Caldwell, F. Davis, B. Kroening, IR. Moon, M. Snyder, R. Eden, R. Watts, J. Jost. 7-10 ROW ONE: S. Flinn, E. Jack, B Wade, Y. Marberry, K. Wager, V Wilson, C. Zachery. ROW TWO: W Baney, D. Shattuck, C. Walker, .1 Torreano, C. Sylvester, B. 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Hubbard. lt is evident today that each country of the world has some type of government to keep its affairs running smoothly. Niagara-Wheatfield too, has its own gov- ernment-the Student Council, which has already proven to be an effective and efficient organization of student government directed by Roy Patton, Pat Perusse, Phyllis Young, Sid Hubbard, and Advisor, Mr. Barone. Throughout the school year, it has sponsored such year-long activities as: school banking, the monitor system, academic and pep assemblies, newspaper publicity for school activities, and the maintenance of the school sign. Setting up the school calendar was the first of the numerous projects and cam- paigns of 1962-63. During November and December, the Student Council sanctioned: the Play Festival, ushers and guides for Open House, Christmas bas- kets for the Salvation Army, the annual Christmas semi-formal, and the drives for the Red Cross and the March of Dimes. ln 1963 they were busy organizing: a Junior High Student Council, the Teacher Exchange Day, the Betterment Campaign, the school flag con- test, the Goodwill Campaign, the Foreign Exchange Program, and the Teacher Recognition Day. 2 M0 ITORS' Niagara-Wheatfield's Monitor Club this year consists of approximately one hundred selected students under the leadership of Mrs. Keller. Being alert and loyal to their school, these students form an attentive force that makes sure N-W's corridors are taken care of and properly used by the student body. Each day, the monitors sacrifice their free periods to do their work. They also raise the prestige of their school by setting high standards of proper conduct. We owe a great deal of thanks to the monitors for their efforts throughout the school year. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Albrisi, D. Abud, M. Arcentales, S. Hubbard, L. Lewis, G. Arroyo. STANDING: B. Calkins, W. McCulloch, E. Treichler 126 PEP CLUB PEP CLUB The Pep Club, now in its fifth year, has made many fine con- tributions to the development of N-W's school spirit. Its officers are Elaine Harrington, Bonnie Krizan, Vicki Carlson, Sandy Johnson, and their advisor is Mr. Brusino. This year's Pep Club activities have included the annual Booster week- end, complete with a dance, bake sale, various pep assem- blies, the Father-and-Son Day, and the Pep Club dance. PEP CLUB OFFICERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Krizan, E. Harrington, V. Carlson, S. Johnson, Mr. Brusino 12 SEATED, left to Right: S. Awramik, Mrs. Lindsay, J. Abramaitys, Rabe, P. Kilgour, Mr. Frisina. ROW THREE: M. Micinowski, B. J. Woitowicz, Mrs. lllig, H. Wienke, M. Winkley. ROW TWO: Krowliclc, E. Treichler, R. Reele, T. Kelly Mr. Harrishburg, A. Hubenette, E. Harrington, R. Handley, R. FGU RCAST This year's "Fourcast" has been published by co-editors Janice Abramaitys and Jerrianne Woitowicz and the able staff members under the direction of Mr. Frisina. It served to report news of the current school activities and at the same time provided valuable opportunities for our students to develop their talents in journalism. This year, for the first time, the "Fourcast" contained pictures which added to its interest and attractive ap- pearance. Our "Fourcast" has won several awards, including a blue ribbon at the Interscholastic Press Association Confer- ence, and being named runner-up for the Gannet Award at the St. Bonaventure Press Conference. Niagara-Wheatfield is very proud of its fine school pub- lication and the hard-working "Fourcast" staff. i SEATED, Left to Right: G. Gordon, S. Shea, K. Haseley, S. Ainsworth, S. Taddeo, M. Henchbarger, M. Miller. ROW TWO: J. Wager, N. DeVantier, R. Certo, S. Fiegel, J. Troyer, R. Palmerton, S. Eggleston, P. Young, C. Shattuck. ROW THREE: S. Brown, D. Mearbell, J. Newbold, D. Jagow, J. Scott, M. Girard, 128 S. Hubbard. ROW FOUR: M. Goater, P. Jackson, B. Baldwin, D. Jagow, J. Scott, M. Bluey. SEATED, Left to Right: H. Church, L. Smith, M. Underwood, H. Shea. ROW TWO: V. Carlson, C. lgou, J. Wallace, R. Wendt, Wolf, B. Mueller. ROW ONE, Standing: D. Gallahue, J. Pratt, M. Goater, D. Scholz V. Frerichs, J. Yamell, M. Kernan, J. Haseley, J. DuBois, S. NUCLEO NUCLEON Here it is! Another Niagara-Wheatfield Nucleon! The members of the Class of '63 have been anxiously awaiting that first glimpse of the yearbook contain- ing their pictures and recording all their senior activities. This Nucleon has even more meaning to our hard- working yearbook staff. lt will be a long time before Diane and Natalie are able to forget the memories and frustrations of posing those large group pictures, trying to identify each student in every picture, and meeting those inevitable deadlines that always came too quickly. However, the year was not all hard work. We will never forget the thrill of seeing our finished year- book and the realization that it was all the result of the combined efforts of the members of our won- derful staff and advisors. SEATED, Left to Right: Mrs. Ward, N. Kratts, Mr. McCarthy, D. England, J. Wirth. STANDING: N. Salerno, K. Haseley, D. Lemke, S. Chapman, Mr. Czora 12 SEATED, I-eff to Right: Mr- CIC-lla, MiSS EFDST, J- TIIIGMSCICG, MISS Micinowski, L. Lewis, V. Carlson, E. Treichler, J. DuBois, D. Jagow. Growney, Mr- Wadsworth- ROW ONE: K- Moll, N- Salerno, J- ROW THREE: P. Lemke, W. McCulloch, B. Krowlick, B. Mueller, Yarnall, D. England, D. Keller, N. Kratts. ROW TWO: M. B, Cqmqnn, B, Cqlking ATIO AL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY lei. Q, If 7 5 ffl xxil 0 "Character" "Leadership" "Scholarship" "Service" NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Niagara-Wheatfield Chapter of the National Honor So- ciety through its many activities exemplifies the principles of scholarship, leadership, character and service. This year it sponsored an Easter party for the children at Wyndam Lawn Home and the annual induction ceremony held on March 27. It also initiated the maintenance of a Niagara-Wheatfield School Scrapbook, containing newspaper clippings and ar- ticles of all activities at N-W. SEATED, Left to Right: J. Henshaw, S. Ainswortl1, W. McCulloch, T. Orszulak, F. Heisner, P. Forbes, C. Donner, R. Simrell, D B. Pankow, J. Gonzales. STANDING: Mr. Barone, W. Morawic, Gombert, J. Smythe, D. Washburn, H. Wienke, R. Handley. TRAVEL LUB The Travel Club is now currently sponsoring a foster child from Viet Nam. The Club also participated in Model United Nations, held at Buffalo State University where they represented West Germany. TRAVEL CLUB OFFICERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: W. Morawic, F. Heisner, J. Smythe, J. Henshaw, H. Wienke, Mr. Barone. so O S 0 Z In I" 5 6' E cn I 5 us 3 2. 5 9 P fn : ffl n 5 P' P cn a If l u- fn -. ma . F: 2 GERMAN CLUB OFFICERS-SEATED, left to Right: J. Wirth, C. Sattelberg. STANDING: H. Wolf, Mr. Brusino. agrees 1:5-' 'l mxffcf-Ch -1--, : ' 'E.-c!- 2-F"nP9. E:l:..,,3g gcm :I- :U'oO' gr 53:52:- - :Lx-rzx ..1 o n m ' 1222.5 E' n5"2-' 525-92 . Sn- xo 195-0 D :'uI. rgpg, mfu'-'12 . ... WIT1 UUCFO M A GERMAN CLUB Niagara-Wl1eatfield's German Club seeks to provide students with a better understanding of Germany and her people through a study of the language, customs, and history. They combine this with a social program. Under the officers Carol Sattelberg, John Wirth, Helen Wolf, and the advisor, Mr. Brusino, the club has undertaken such activities as the sponsorship of Wolfgang Scherbaum, an eleven-year-old German boy. Other activities have included a dance and the annual German Night featuring a dinner and movie. SEATED: A. Mt. Pleasant, D. Guiliani, L. Spiller, S. Alderman, McAllister, R. Wegerski, A. Barone, L. Hamlyn. FOURTH ROW: D. Cerio. SECOND ROW: J. Wirth, D. Walck, L. Baug-hman, J. Smith, M. Travis, B. Galley D. Tappendorph, D. Davidson.'THIRD ROW: Mr. Fadel, C. The Niagara-Wheatfield Chapter of the Distributive Edu- man and Leo Hamlyn, and advisor, Mr. Fadel. The cation Clubs of America, better known as DECA, is led DECA Club developes a respect for education in market- by officers Lois Spiller, Darlene Guiliani, Sharon Alder- ing and distribution which will contribute to vocational DECA CLUB OFFICERS-LEFT TO RIGHT: Advisor, Mr. Fadel, S. Alderman, L. Spiller, W. Gensler, D. Cerio, D. Guiliana, L. Hamlyn competence. It also promotes the un- derstanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citizenship in our free competitive enterprise system. The club held local contests at Niagara-Wheab field in the following catagories: math, sales demonstrations, job interviews, public speaking, and display judging. Winners at the school compete in Buf- falo in the area contest and these win- ners go on to New York City for state competition. 133 The FBLA has been in full swing with their activities this year school activities.As money-making proiects they have had a roller under President, Willean Dillon, Vice-President, Karen Potter, skating party and sold Christmas corsages. They are planning Secretary, Sharon Ainsworth, and Treasurer, Judy Howard. They many additional activities during the remainder of the year, started the coat-check to prevent stolen purses and coats ot the including a field trip through a local business organization. FBLA LIBRARY CLUB SEATED, Left to Right: Mr. Horni, V. Frerichs, R. Mc Garvey, M. Lopacka, P. Hoch, M. Mikalik. ROW THREE: J. Guyette, D. Rosh, Kernan, Mrs. Grefrath. ROW TWO: S. Farber, S. Fogg, J. S. DeLorm, J. Wright,J. Pratt 154 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CF AMERICA O C.XVxlx,,1',!y -2' , f 49 ' xx sf '5 vnu nun- '- li If 7 6 "lf fl , pxxjy 41 'T x 0 NEW Hog FUTURE HOMEMAKER'S OF AMERICA The officers of the organization are: President-Pat Broeker, Vice-President-Karen Travis, Secretary-Christine Pitonyakp ancl Treasurer-Arlene Mack. The group consists of ten mem- bers. Group activities for the year include: a' dance, making Christmas aprons for mothers, studying and sampling for- eign foods, and attending the Spring Rally. The overall goal of the organization is to help individuals improve personal, family, and community living now and in the future. 135 VARSITY CLUB Because Niagara'-Wheatfield is very proud of its "Ietter- men," it has the Varsity Club to promote interest in sports and to maintain a high standard of athletics. Membership in the club, which now totals 60, is open to a varsity letter winner in any sport. The capable officers are: Harris Wienke, Dave Sniffen, Ruth Camann, Leslie Christian, and Richard Sharrar. Their activities this year have included the dance, Varsity Hop, a doughnut sale, a splash party, a beach par- A' "'A "'A"M'--"- - ty, and the Spaghetti Bowl Game featuring the varsity coaches vs. the Varsity Club. It also maintains a display case throughout the year and annually present! a trophy to the "Most Valuable" player in each of the varsity sports. VARSITY CLUB OFFICERS-SEATED, Left to Right: R. Camann, H. Wienke, J. Porter. STANDING: Mr. Ross, L. Christian, D. Sharrar 1 36 The Niagara-Wheatfield chapter of the Future Teachers of America, consisting of approximately fifteen members, has been in existence for two years. It is led by officers Sharon Jagow, Louise Lasek, Karen Stieg, Cecile Krawczyk and advisors Mrs. Carmen and Mr. Lederhouse. The FTA sponsored the Teacher Recognition Day in February, started a cadet teaching program in the elementary schools in our area during the second semes- ter, and are keeping a college catalogue file from all accredited colleges in the United States. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FUTURE The Future Nurses Club consists of twenty members under the advisorship of Miss McCall and Mrs. Duckett. It is a nationwide youth program designed to help meet our future nursing needs. Through activities such as movies, URSES discussions, and field trips to hospitals and agencies, the club explores nursing careers. This year, the Niagara- Wheatfield' Chapter visited Buffalo General Hospital. Another project was a successful Valentine Candy Sale. 157 ON THE TRAMPOLINE: P. Henley. STANDING: Left Io Right: L. Schubert, S. Oudeife, S. Fiegel, K. Travis, M. Gurlow, S. Parsons TRAMPOLINE CLUB EIGHTH GRADE ART CLUB 8 Iione, A. DeBIanc, S. Lefourneau, S Woodcock. STANDING: Mrs. Mar key, B. Tolmar, T. Moore, S. Rofellc SITTING: Left To Right: N. Casiig- STANDING, Left fo Right: C. Falbo, M. DEIMCITOF, J. Newbold, L. Buughman, D. Wulck, B. Baldwin, M. Garlow, S. Parsons, Mrs. Ward, l.. Smith, M. McMillan. WRA GLERS CCJIN CLUB SEATED, Left to Righf: F. Leveson, T. Underwood, R. Brown, G. Treichler. STANDING: R. Sarkovics, T. Schmidt, D. Weidmiller, T. Lass, D. Richards 9 SEATED, Left To Righh M. Delmuier, J. Harvey, J. Newbold, H. Wolf, Mrs. Markey, R. Camann. STAND ING: C. Soladay, C. Falbros, M. Geltz, R. Noshwinier, P. Dellcsin, K. Chunler SE IOR HIGH ART CLUB JU IOR HIGH ART CLUB 140 SEATED, Left to Right: S. le Tourneau, S. Woodcock, B. Folmar, A. De Blanc, Mrs. Morkey, D. Cook. STANDING: S. Rotellu, N. Castiglione, L. Carpenter, M. Glcndon, L. Moore ART LUB NINTH GRADE CHOIR The Ninth Grade Choir, consisting of approximately thirty-five students, has taken part in the Christmas Concert and the Ninth Grade Choir Concert. 141 The 8th Grade Choir, under the direction of Mr. Bley has participated in the Christmas Concert and the annual Spring Concert. EIGHTH GRADE CHOIR MIXED CHGRUS The forty-five members of the mixed chorus have participated in the C-hristmas Concert and the Spring Concert. 1 t 142 SEVENTH GRADE CHGIR The Girls' Choir has provided musical enioyment for the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert. GlRL'S CHOIR A CAPPELLA CHCJIR The A Cappella Choir has performed very well this year at events including the Open House, the Christmas Concert, church concerts, the Spring Concert, and caroling. It also provided the choral back- ground to the Senior Class production of "Green Pastures." l 144 SEATED: E. Reid, G. Pressley, D. Keller, A. Barone, S. Curley, J. Misener WOCJDWIND ENSEMBLE DANCE BAN STANDING: G. Gibson, T. Ferchen, J. Hunusin. SEATED: G. Pirinelli, T. Schmidt, L. Moskwik, F. Shaffer M. Camann, R. Weigand, D. Tappendorf, D. Brown, P. Jackson, D. Moore V I 1 The Junior High Drama Club consists of about fifty students. "Alpha Kappa," and "Horrors Incorporated." Mr. Eveland, Mrs During January they presented three one-act plays: "What HO," Gutman, and Mr. Trezciak have assisted Mrs. Gronachan this year JUNIOR HIGH DRAMA CLUB AUDIO-VI UAL SEATEDI l-eff to Rlgllh M555 Stover, Miss Jagow. ROW TWO: L. Kelley, R. Oudette, C. McCoy, J. Pluff, Mr. Rizzo. ROW THREE: J. Fluff, B. Stafford, J. Townsend, J. Kilgour, R. Muffler, L. Harris, S. Sortman, B. Haseley, J, Blackman, D. Heffler, F. lgou. 8 , , Mx W W W 10" , L5W W W M! -fowl ff' VA! 9.1 I. I A W fog, WM W WW! SPORTS ROW ONE, left to Right: B. Ralph, K. Bagg, J. Sheltmire, A. Lester, J. Retzlaff, B. Cimini, D. Sniffen, H. Wienke, J. Porter, D. Sharrar, B. Sargent, J. Staats, G. Nichols, J. Quimby. ROW TWO: M. Goulah, D. Wshburn, T. Finnen, A. Matteson, G. Miller, VARSITY 150 LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Hockaday, Captain G. Porter, Captain H. Wienke, Captain D. Sniffen, Coach Ross G. Gibson, D. Booth, D. Hanchey, D. Benchick, T. Miller, B. Darnley. ROW THREE: Coach Hockaday, A. Sieika, B. Schimshack, F. Patterson, G. Pirinelli, T. Parker, Coach Ross FGOTBALL SCORES N-W 0 Akron O N-W 32 Roy-Hart 13 N-W 2 Medina' 8 N-W 31 Barker 0 N-W 2 Albion 12 N-W 40 Sta rpoint 0 N-W 7 Wilson 6 N-W 6 Newfane 'I3 The Niagara-Wheatfielcl Varsity Football Team began the season on their newly-built home field. The team turned in a very good effort and the crisp autumn days saw many spectators at the games. NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD VARSITY FOOTBALL N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W Akron Roy-Hurt Medina Barker Albion Sforpoint Wilson Newfone NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 1962-ROW T. Joyce, J. Ellrington, C. Gasbarre, R. Durney, A. Davis, R. ONE, Left to Right: F. lgou, J. Bowman, J. MacSwun, S. lsley, Scyler, D. Facci, R. Baker, B. Jost, R. Fuller, J. Pollock, C. T. Schmidt, R. Kelly, T. Sieika, D. Richards, K. Camann, R. Emmons Lovria, J. Hunt, R. Fuller. ROW TWO: Coach Yerge, R. McCarthy, Coach: Mr. Robert Yerge Co-Captains: Tom Sieika, Perry Kelly J.V. FOOTBALL 152 Record: N-W 6 Akron 6 N-W 19 Roy-Hart 12 N-W 12 Medina 13 N-W 33 Albion 0 N-W 32 Barker O The Niagara-Wheatfield Junior Varsity followed in the foot- steps of the varsity team and turned in a fine record. Coached by Mr. Yerge, the team turned in 3 wins, 1 tie, 1 loss. Note- worthy players were Perry Kelly who scored 10 touchdowns and Tom Sieika who threw 10 touchdown passes. ROW ONE, Left to Right: N. Gansworth, L. Balch, G. Mack, W. R. Wiseman. ROW THREE: Coach Hendricks, E. Gardei, C. Donner, Morawic, D. Gray, J. Perusage, D. Sattelberg, R. Wegerski. R. Haseley, J. Wallace, N- ZONOHY. R- MOYYLSI J- Stevens. Mgr- ROW TWO: W. Zomont, R. Simrel, J. Strom, D. Gombert, G. 5- Munsu Kraft, D. DeVantier, G. Gordon, F. Robinson, B. Gill, J. Smythe, SOCCER Captains: D. Gray, W. Morawic, C. Donner. COGCLI Mr. Hendricks NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD SOCCER TEAM 1962-63 Record: N-W 0 Park 12 N-W 2 Deveaux O N-W 0 Lewiston Porter 2 N-W 2 Kenmore West 5 N-W 0 Kenmore West 12 N-W 6 Lewiston Porter O N-W 0 Amherst 2 N-W 2 Kenmore East 12 N-W 0 DeVeaux 3 N-W 4 Kenmore East 8 N-W O Lancaster 'I4 lSectionalsj The Niagara-Wheatfield Soccer Team, under the coaching of Mr. Hendricks and Mr. Urban, turned in a record of 2 wins and 9 losses this year. Prominent players of this year's squad we're Walt Morawic, Charles Donner, and Ron Simrell. Pablo Jaramillo and Dave Gray also gave fine performances. lcNElsllNc, Left to lzlghll w. Hunt, P. Kelley, A. saeikq, ls. T. Miller, G- DUNS, D. Mueller, R- Vickery, Couch Mclfwshlin Stahlman, D. Benchik, T. Sieika. STANDING: R. Keller, B. Gill, VARSITY BA KETBALL G. DuBois, Captain D. Mueller, R. Vickery 154 NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD VARSITY BASKETBALL 1962-63 Record: N-W 52 Starpoint 31 N-W 42 Medina 43 N-W 48 Wilson 42 N-W 65 Barker 58 N-W 51 Newfane 63 N-W 53 Roy-Hart 54 N-W 36 Albion 34 N-W 62 Duffy 67 N-W 37 Akron 47 N-W 44 Starpoint 34 N-W 49 Medina 61 N-W 53 Wilson 40 N-W 61 Barker 33 N-W 47 Newfane 61 N-W 47 Roy-Hart 40 N-W 48 Albion 57 N-W 45 Amherst 67 N-W 46 Akron 47 N-W 48 Orchard Park 58 CSectio na Isl The Niagara-Whecltfield Varsity Basketball team turned in a record of 8 wins and 8 losses. Mr. McLaughlin was their very able coach. Outstanding players were Bob Vickery, Don Mueller, Tim Miller and Grant DuBois. The Niagara-Wheatfield Junior Varsity Basketball team came on strong in the last half of the season to turn in a record of 12 wins and 6 losses. Under the direction of Mr. Massofti, their coach, the team worked to their fullest capacity and achieved a good season. J.V. BASKETBALL NINTH GRADE BA KETBALL The Niagara-Wheatfield Freshman Basketball team did very well under the coaching of Mr. Urban. They turned in a record of 7 wins and 8 losses. Two of the salient players on the team were Rich Vogel, and Russell Haseley. ROW ONE, Left to Right: W. Stokes, L. Christian, J. Printup. ROW TWO: G. Miller, D. Thompkins, J. Hunt, L. Bulch. ROW THREE: Couch Cacciatore, J. Strom, F. Patterson, K. Swoope, D. Roberts VARSITY WRESTLING Co-Captains: LesChristian, Al LaChance Cabsentj 1 NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD VARSITY WRESTLING 1962-63 Record: N-W Lockport N-W Kenmore East N-W N. Tonawanda N-W Kenmore West N-W Medina N-W Lockport N-W Roy-Hart N-W Kenmore East N-W N. Tonawanda N-W Tonawanda N-W Kenmore West N-W Tonawanda N-W Medina Sectionals - 2nd place - Section 6-AA The Niagara-Wheatfielcl Varsity Wrestling team gave its best performance since the team was started. Under the di- rection of Mr. Cacciatore the team finished in second place in the Niagara Frontier League with a record of 7 wins, I tie, and 2 losses. With 88 points the varsity team was second in the sectionals. Players turning in exceptional performances were Al La- Chance, Les Christian, Bill Stokes, Jim Printup, Ken Swoope, Glen Miller, and Franklin Patterson. Franklin Patterson, 370 pound heavyweight, was a sectional champion and was un- defeated with I3 wins and no losses. ROW ONE, Left to Right: T. Universal, J. Wilson, M. Camann, D. Tappendorf, J. Wirth, P. Jackson, F. Palmerton, N. Tucker. E. Mt. Pleasant, B. Stokes, G. Bardei, B. Gage, J. Ellrington, ROW THREE: C. McCallister, C. Mills, R. Fickett, G. Hill, S. J. Hasely, T. Strasburg, R. Kowalick. ROW TWO: Coach Caccia- Beascoupi, D. Rizzo, D. Phillips, J. Mansu, J. Fiegal, T. Barokowski tore, R. Walck, D. Jagow, B. Viedeffer, J. Survey, R. Wogurski, .V. WRESTLI G Who's afraid? NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING 1962-63 Record: N-W 45 Lockport 3 N-W 28 N. Tonawanda 14 N-W 25 Medina 21 N-W 25 Tonawanda 15 N-W 31 Lockport 4 N-W 25 Roy-Hart 14 N-W 25 Kenmore East 16 N-W 25 N. Tonawanda 19 N-W 31 Kenmore West 20 N-W 28 Tonwanda 13 N-W 41 Medina 3 The Niagara-Wheatfield Junior Varsity Wrestling team honored its coach Mr. Cacciatore its school with an undefeated season. They turned in a record of 11 wins and 0 losses. The third team or C team wrestled on several occasions and had a winning season. Ted Universal, Bob Gage, and Jim Rendle were outstanding wrestlers. Ted and Bob turned in undefeated records and Jim holds the record for the fastest pins, 35 and 45 seconds flat. 157 SEATED, Left to Right: R. Hartman, T. Williams, D. Davidson, S. Sharman, G. DeFraene, G. Gordon, V. Pankow. STANDING: R. Lemke, A. Matteson, R. O'CaIlaghan, T. Schmidt, J. Leveson, M. Williamson, G. Treichler, R. Morris LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Kissel, Co-Captains Gary Gordon, Co-Captain Gary DeFraene, Coach Nichols ARSITY SWIMMING The Niagara-Wheatfield Varsity Swimming Team made a very good record this season. The team placed second in the Section VI "AA" Swimming Championships with 62 points. The 200 yard Medley Relay Team, consisting of Bob O'Cal- laghan, Gary DeFraene, Gary Gordon, Jim Leveson, and Dennis Davidson, placed first in this competition. The N-W Mermen also placed sixth in the Niagara Frontier League and thirteenth in the Eastern interscholastic Swimming Champion- ships at Lawrenceville, New Jersey, where the Medley Relay Team took a third place. Senior Gary DeFraene was un- defeated in the NFL 100 yard breast stroke competition. 8 SCORES N-W 65 Niagara Falls N-W 39 Kenmore East N-W 29 North Tonawanda N-W 32 Lewiston Porter N-W 55 LaSalle N-W 54 Kenmore West N-W 47 Tonawanda N-W 75 Lockport N-W 86 Lackawanna N-W 84 Lackawanna N-W 77 Lockport N-W 63 Niagara Falls , N-W 52 Sweet Home l N-W 53 Kenmore West SEATED, Left to Right: T. Joyce, D. Schotz, H. Duff, R. Gaines, R. Kinary, H. Kraft, J. Pascoe, B. Ziemenclorf, D Wilcox M Cook R. McKee, D. Peace, D. Sattelberg, W. Arrango. STANDING: D. Davis, J. Guthrie, G. Wendt, E. Rowles Record: N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W N-W .l.V. SWIMMING Niagara Falls 38 Kenmore East 38 North Tonawanda 72 Lewiston Porter 6'I LaSalle 49 Kenmore West 58 Tonawanda' 68 Lockport 49 Lackawanna 6 Lackawanna I0 Lockport 35 Niagara Falls 43 Sweet Home 'I9 Kenmore West 64 "Our Champs O ROW ONE, Left to Right: Coach Mazzei, Coach Bartha, E. Mt. Louria, W. Zinc, J. Hunt, M. Williamson, G. DuBois, G. Billcheck, Pleasfmlf D- R0lJe"fS, J- DUVld50I1, W. Morawic, D. Washburn, T. D. Sharrar, D. Haseley, J. Retzlaff, L. Cardamone, D. Tappendorf, Mason, F. Robinson, R. Morris, J. Smith, T. Printup. ROW TWO: B. Nykvist, F. Haseley, D. Miller, D. Mueller, R. Keller, T. Parker, J. Wirth, C. Matteson, J. Porter, D. Wadsworth, G. Lacy, R. L. Cooper, B. Wiegand VAR ITY TRACK NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD TRACK TEAM 1962 Record: N-W 77M Starpoint 26W N-W 80 Medina 29 N-W 76M Roy-Hart 50M Barker 10 N-W 96 Wilson 13 N. O. League Meet - 2nd place 44M Section VI - AA - 2nd place 22M Niagara-Wheatfield's Varsity Track team under the coaching of Mr. Mazzei and Mr. 'Bartha, had an undefeated season and gained second place in both the Sectionals and the Niagara-Orleans County Meets. Ten school records and two sectional records fell by the wayside. Four remarkable performers were Ollie Matteson, David Washburn, Don Mueller, and Gary Billcheck. 'Wt KNEELING, Left to Right: K. Swoope, D. Gombert, D. Grimes, Franc, R. Whitbeck, T. Williams, J. Linton, D. Benchik, J. Statts H. Wienke, D. Jagow, W. Sargent, J. Miller. STANDING: Coach J, Sietikq, W, Cqmqnn, K, Bqggs, L, Dexheimer .b,,. Q -V' , K ', - 1. . J, , 1' ,l. I ,. 1 'V .. . ' t V ,, I V .. ' 1 1 ' 1 ' .ARSITY BASEBALL NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD VARSITY BASEBALL Coach Anthony Franc Record: N-W 8 Akron O N-W 9 Medina 0 N-W 'I2 Barker 2 N-W 'II Wilson 'I N-W 3 Medina I N-W 2 Albion 3 N-W I3 Albion 5 N-W I2 Roy-Hart 7 N-W I I Starpoint 4 N-W 4 Newfane 0 The Niagara-Wheatfielcl Varsity Baseball team with Mr. Anthony Franc as their coach turned in a re- markable record of 9 wins and 'I loss. They brought the league championship to Niagara-Wheatfield. Prominent players on the team were Don Grimes, Billy Sargent, Ralph Whitbeck, and Billy Camann. Co-Captains: Coach Franc, W. Cumann, D. Grimes KNEELIlG Left to Right G Garcia W Viedheffer J Toellner worth D Wilcox T Sielka A Matteson T Fmnen K Camann W Llndhe P Kelley STANDING Coach Kwmtkowslcl N Guin R Walck J V BASEBALL Mp W Ml M WM cg ,QLMMSMYL it Q ,LX I5 2 NIAGARA-WHEATFIELD JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL With Mr. Kwiatkowski as coach the Niagara-Wheatfield Junior Varsity Baseball team turned in a worthy record They followed in the footsteps of the Varsity and honored the school with 9 wins and 'I loss. Bill Vledeffer Gary Gib son and Jim Bullman brought attention to themselves by the manner of their playing , ,W L , I Ill: ':. ',.' ,. , ,.',.",. ,.',. , . ' X, . . : ' ', . ' - , X I 0 . V fs f A13 1. Q L w g . , ' V ' CQ I O6 of . h I 1 -s fl - W,3m.53f,,fk..wgb, Xi, X 1 ' fr CMV fir' fggfgig ' Us asm! Qfggwfgf.-Q I wif Kit? .. Q 9 I I . I LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Camunn, J. Haseley, B. Parkhill, V. Carlson, A. Wadsworth, H. Roberts, K. Palmer, D. Palmer, P. Perusse, R. Camann ARSITY CHEERLEADER . . CHEERLEADERS KNEELING, Left to Right: L. Staudt, R. Roberts, J. Haseley, B. Fraser. Advisors: Miss Layer, Mrs. Schweiger STANDING: M. DePadre, P. England, K. Wilson, S. Camann 165 BUS DRIVERS-ROW ONE: Left to Right: W. Bugby, G. Voelker, M. Ferchen, A. Burion, J. Mead, R. Andrukulic. ROW TWO: E. Warner, J. Juzwiak, J. Mcluughlin, J. Fiscus, A. Fuerch, J. Wolf, E. Chamberlain, M. Mcxrchitelli, R. Lederhouse, E. Proefrock, E. Bierly CAFETERIA STAFF-SEATED, Left to Right: Mrs. A. Williams, Mrs. F. Hooper, Mrs. H. Marguurr, Mrs. R. Robin- son, Mrs. E. Maiclment, Mrs. A. Szareiko, Mrs. L. Laichford, Mrs. M. Falbo, Miss T. Capozzi. STANDING: Mrs. F. McCulloch, Mrs. A. Krysc, Mrs. B. Winkley, Mrs. B. Richard, Mrs. R. Robins, Mrs. S. Roy, Mrs. T. Siufc CUSTODIANS-SEATED, Left to Right: E. Gorzka, G. Pfohl, L. Sioeliing, C. Fowler, w. sum.. srANmNo. R. Murquarf, M. Shaffer, Mr. Miller, K. Beutel, N. Elimun, S. Doiku 164 li BUSINESS PATRONS GILL'S HARDWARE 4601 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York CASTRICONE BROS. INC. 4613 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York LITTLE JOE'S HALL FOR ALL OCCASIONS 6989 Ward Road North Tonawanda, New York RALPH L. TREICHLER Greenhouses: Flower Shop Sanborn, New York PIKE 8. JONES FUNERAL HOME 5893 Hoover Road Sanborn, New York B-KWIK MARKET 4131 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York R. L. INGRAHAM GREENHOUSES Bridgeman Road Sanborn, New York RICHARDS GAS STATION 4701 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York SCHOELLES LUMBER COMPANY Niagara Street Sanborn, New York N-W YOUTH FOR CHRIST CLUB MARVIN WENDT WELL DRILLING Town Line Road Sanborn, New York SCOTTS FURNITURE 4419 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York LaVANS HARDWARE INC. 5856 Buffalo Street Sanborn, New York TOWNE PHARMACY 4609 Military Road Niagara Falls, New York TRIECHLER CF INC. Saunders Settlement Road Sanborn, New York PFEIFER 5854 Buffalo Street Sanborn, New York BEECHER BROS. INC. 5910 Ward Road Sanborn, New York CALKINS LUMBER CO. 2874 Niagara -Street Sanborn, New York EDWIN KROENING Saunders Settlement Road Sanborn, New York INDIVIDUAL PATRONS Mr. 81 Mrs. Richard Schwarts Mr. 8. Mrs. Robert Ensminger Mr. 8g Mrs. Hiram Adams Mr. 8. Mrs. Herbert Pratt EPILOGUE Somethmg there IS that doesnt like a yearbook plctures get lost staff members get lost teachers go home promptly at 2 30 copy as late and there s always one person In a group photograph that no one can Identity Why IS nt that editors always have more home work than any one else Con deadline weekendl'-' Why must the sign on the yearbook room say C 8 gxvlng everyone the Impression that lt's a classroom? Why do teachers have an aversion to cameras And why must Natalie become Ill In the middle of March when the tmal deadline IS commg asf? Edltors do We luke the slack glossy tmlsh ofthe pictures of thmgs that happened yesterday and today and will go on happening and of faces that we don t want to forget and of teachers we have enloyed wrltmg term papers tor and book reviews tor and pop quizzes o We like the look of a page land out and headlined and typed and lmagmlng how It will look when And we luke to know that the yearbook as the school s and the students and QBest of alll ours Funny How many people wxll read It Cwe hopel and look at the pictures Of they can take theml and laugh and remember And we know that we have Planned and Worked tor lt hoping tor approval with no dlsllluslonment . . , . , . II - ll ' ' ' ' . I t . Something there is that doesn't like a yearbook . . I . . I f r I I , WE WERE NINTH GRADERS E JW, WERE ORIGINAL: 5210 wha! zfL-i t ,,, N4 jffM7f4594f sf mwafj Y1ow A C4754f Q6 7' A, , Q 4 Maggy mfpjw MQ 'Qli . f 2292 M Qfdgh W' Q40 LQQAQ Qddgj QM hgGQc?g4Z?g:,wy,' zz may qggmw QXJLQQ W Y 9' f-Qaxizjd E ' ? Ci , 7 QW - Q1f l a ALF . ec for G po C9 47 Q IRQ? t '?m'ffer New 'acldq Q"Qg9 QXQQ fazvfg QQ' I Z4-2 C09 h Qfwfgj a C!-.. 1 gig , ND C' fffLC,66C L C6j Q24f.?7C, While , QQ en its ,g .S gc .I W a i 4 Qfgwot the lark , Q ! f . ow u g , That wat I i QZQJ Hangs founi mini ' n't pay I ' 4 C N ! Z in , For ewos aie . 4. lthou as f d by Will? Zinil I dn T iokecal e GE? J TllPpsawmy wind? QJ A' . n e m r me! '. Thf d d y hy Cb! Nellie Sulern f J ,tj Th ghf d k Th ky bl Ad 1h f tfhf 1 g fl A hAb gAh bl h Th d ht th fly gp h B J By 167 - 1 . fivlw I M T llfjl w A I lit s I' ERE' SE nous I 4 su I' cv ,fr ,Uri A WU I A ,fb ,rv , W .fy ,I r . l I1 ' l n , UV M Q' 'X K! 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LUVVY Grvndin The wind's my foe, 0, lo 'VL Over the sea And over the snow. The wind's my friend, The wind's my foe, It brings ioy And it brings woe. The wind's my friend, The wind's my foe, lt follows me Wherever I go. Jeanne Yarnall Morning Sunbeams through an open window Green grass sprinkled with beads 168 What is the gift of God That lures me on To seek hidden treasure With every new dawn. What is the urge That takes hold of my will And forces me upward And over each hill. Am I a slave, With those of my kind Who also are lured on By what they may find? Am I a smaller part Of Great Design That cannot be fathomed By mere human mind? I am an eagle Whig 1 of dew, Who flys on the ground Blue Skies, bfl9l1f eYe5f new dUYf And who searches the earth new WUY ,XXI So that things might be found. What does morning mean to you? U ul XT' 1 cm Q man Janice Glass ,, Ne' I ' V X GJ I And by God's mighty will - X l'll continue to climb if K XX til 4' Over each new found hill. Wk. 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