North Collins High School - Reverie Yearbook (North Collins, NY)
- Class of 1956
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NORTH COLLINS CENTRAL SCHOOL
North Collins, New York
Editor ........ ........ M yra Milius
Co-Editor .......... Joyce Taylor
Treasurer .. ......... Elmer Dustman
TABLE 0E CONTENTS
This 1956 REVERIE is-first and last-a memory book.
For the Seniors it is the pictorial history of their final year at NCCS.
For the remainder of the student body and for the faculty it portrays
the highlights of another milestone in lives usefully lived.
Step by step We progress through formal education until we reach
the crowning point-graduation. We Seniors are nearly ready for that
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To you, the coaches, we dedicate this, the 1956 REVERIE. Through
your efforts, school spirit has been increased. You have used sports not
only as a means of physical activity, but also as a vent for the emotions
of the complete student body and a release from the academic worries
of the school day. Through sports, you have given us a greater source
of interest in our school. For this we say, "thank you."
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. David Burchett, Mrs. Mona Ahlers, Mr. Sam Pittro, Mr. james Sion, Mr. Wilfred Taylor
Mr. Clarence Winter, Mr. Kermit Stearns, Mrs. Marion Hammond. Mr. Douglas Tower, Mr
Charles Ognibene, Mr. Merrill Lawton.
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Dorothy Cross Wilma L. Darrow Patricia Donovan
Third Grade Education First G e Special Class
Joyce H. Duwe "EyelXn L. Falk Hilda C. Falk
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Deleo R. Gravink Robert Harrishburg Muriel N. Hickling Johrl W Hubbard
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George A. Johengen Joyce H. Kelkef Barbara Kennedy
B.S. B.S. A.A.S.
Guidance, Health Vggal Music Dental Hygienist
Grace G. Korthals. Joyce Laing
Eighth Grade Second Grade
Herbert E. Lewen Miller john M. Owen Mary L. Ol n
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Vincent Padalino "lu lu"
"There is no virtue so truly great and
godlike as justice."
Senior Class Presidentg Student Councilg
Chorusg Basketballg Intramurals.
Maurice H. Dole "Marry"
"The integrity of men is to be meas-
ured by their conduct, not by their
Student Council Presidentg Chorusg Shop
Council Secretaryg Volleyballg Homemaking
Clubg Intramuralsg Freshman Play.
Patricia Lee Detwiler "Pat"
"The happy combination of fortuitous
Senior Secretaryg Intramuralsg Cheerlead-
ingg Art Club Vice-Presidentg Library Club
Vice-Presidentg Dramatics Clubg Yearbookg
Beatrice Jean Nowak "Bea"
"The ink of the scholar is more sacred
than the blood of the martyr."
Senior Treasurerg Freshman and Sophomore
Treasurerg Junior Vice-Presidentg Green-
Goldg Yearbookg Chorusg Art Clubg Public
Speaking Club Vice-President.
Da ontaldi "Mutt"
"The old believe everythingf the mid-
dle-aged suspect everythingy the young
Senior Vice-Presidentg Freshman and Jun-
ior Presidentg Sophomore Vice-Presidentg
Bandg Basketballg Baseballg Volleyballg
Public Speaking Presidentg Senior Play.
Carol Ann Thill
"Chance happens to all, but to turn
chance to account is the gift of a few."
Student Council Treasurerg Secretary-Treas-
urer Green-Goldg Secretary-Treasurer Pub-
lic Speaking Clubg Art Club Secretaryg Jun-
ior Treasurerg Library Clubg Yearbookg
Chorusg Freshman, Sophomore, Senior
Davnd Brooker Dave
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H1Y Treasurer Presxdent Band Dance
Band Basketball Chorus Freshman
Sophomore Senior Plays Grade and Jun
lor Chorus Accompamst
john M. Andohna Chuck
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shrewd one, everybody.
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Gentle o speech, heneficent of
Green Gold Yearbookg Chorusg Youth
Recreatxon Commlttee Intramuralsg Fresh-
man and Sophomore Secretaryg Library
Club Presldent Semor Play.
Edward W. Awald
"Believe only half of what you see
and nothzng that you hear.
Rose Marie Gloria Catalano "Ro"
"Wise to resolve, and patient to per-
Green-Gold Editor, Cheerleadingg Year-
bookg Baton Twirlingg Intramurals, Chorusg
Student Councilg Library Clubg Hi-YQ Dra-
matics Clubg Senior Play.
Elmer Franklin Dustman Jr. "Dusty"
"A boy is, of all wild beasts, the most
difficult to manage."
Freshman Playg Yearbook Treasurerg Intra-
muralsg Dramatics Clubg Basketball, Soc-
Joanne Mary Diodato "Io"
"Truth exists for the wise, beauty for
the feeling heart.
Chorusg Art Clubg Yearbookg Office Staffg
Green-Gold, Library Clubg Intramuralsg
Dramatics Clubg Shop Clubg Freshman
Jean Marie DiPiazza
"Kindness gives birth to kindness."
Chorusg Green-Goldg Art Club.
james Clark "Jim"
"Many receive advice, only the wise
profit by it."
Footballg Basketballg Glee Clubg Intra-
john Fazzolaro jr. "Fuzzy"
"Study until twenty-five, investigation
until forty, profession until sixty, at
which age I would have him retired
on a double allowance."
Library Clubg Chorus Presidentg Intramu-
ralsg Dramatics Clubg Yearbookg Basket-
ballg Soccerg Volleyball.
Jean Marie Feltz
kljilheynihat know no evil will suspect
Hi-Y Chaplaing Band Vice-Presidentg Cho-
rusg History Clubg Dramatics Clubg Intra-
muralsg Sophomore Play.
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any can argue, not many converse.
Freshman Vice-Presidentg Sophomore Pres-
identg Chorusg Yearbookg Hi-Y Vice-Presi-
dent and Corresponding Secretaryg Cheer-
leadingg Freshman, Sophomore, Senior
Playsg History Club President, Dramatics
Christine Greuschow Chris
A still, small voice.
Cheerleadingg Homemaking Clubg Green-
Goldg Intramuralsg Art Club.
Raymond N. Koningisor "Ray"
"A good laugh is sunshine in a house."
Public Speaking Clubg Intramuralsg Senior
Angela Dorothy George "Annie"
"The word impossible is not in my
Chorusg Intramuralsg Green-Goldg Year-
bookg Library Club.
"Anybody can cut prices but it takes
brain to produce a better article."
Hi-Y Secretaryg junior Class Secretaryg
Green-Goldg Art Clubg Yearbookg Vice-
President Dramatics Clubg Secretary-Treas-
urer Chorusg Freshman and Sophomore
Bonita Lou Luther "Bonnie"
"The purest and most thoughtful
minds are those which love color the
Yearbookg Green-Goldg Art Club Presi-
dentg Student Councilg Homemaking Clubg
Intramuralsg Bus Monitor.
Kenneth Albert Myers
"One cannot know everything."
Shop Council Sccretaryg Visual Aidsg Cho-
rusg Bandg Yearbookg Christmas Play.
Myra May Milius
"Everywhere I have sought rest and
found it not except sitting apart in a
nook with a little hook."
Yearbook Editorg Green-Goldg Chorusg His-
tory Clubg Public Speaking Clubg Intra-
muralsg Office Staffg Freshman, Sopho-
more, Senior Plays.
Angeline Mardino "Angie"
"My time is not yet come."
Green-Goldg Art Clubg Intramuralsg Shop
"Earnestness is the salt of eloquence."
Library Clubg Green-Goldg Chorusg Office
Staffg Art Club.
Richard Munson "Dick"
His heait as fa1 fi om fiaucl as heaven
Chorus, Band, Senior Play.
Nancy Laura Richmond "Nanl'
"Make use of time, let not aclwantage
Green-Goldg Yearbookg Art Club Treas-
urerg Homemaking Clubg Office Staffg Bus
Monitorg lntramuralsg Shop Club.
Patricia Eileen Stephenson "Pat"
"Earnestness is enthusiasm tempered
Chorusg Green-Golclg Office Staffg Public
Speaking Clubg Intramuralsg Band.
Richard Bie ,Kgyye "Digger"
"Clei'erness is serviceable for every-
thing, sufficient for nothing."
Bandg Dance Bandg Bascballg Soccer Mana-
gerg Basketball Manager: Homemaking
Clubg Public Speaking Clubg Library Club.
Frances Ricotta "Fran"
"Yon heliere that easily ivhirh you
hope for earnestlyf'
Green-Golclg Yearbookg Senior Play.
Flora Jean Taber "Flo"
"Silence is one great art of conversa-
Green-Goldg Library Clubg Yearbookg Art
Clubg Senior Play.
Charlotte Jean Rynkiewicz Char
"She who sings frightens away her
Chorus' Green-Gold' Intramuralsg Public
Anthony Alessi "Tony"
"Let's eat, drink, and be merry."
Soccerg Bandg Chorusg Yearbookg Green-
Row One: Miss Gravink, R. M. Cata-
lano, T. Burgio, Miss Kclker. Row
Two: P. Detwiler, C. Thill, M. Lawe
ton. Row Three: F. Taber, F. Ricotta,
R. Konningisor. Row Four: M. Mil-
ius, R. Munson, D. Brooker. R014
Five: D. Montaldi.
Ann Marie Rizzo
Marilyn Ann Miller "Mare"
"I am zz part of all that I have met."
Junior Red Crossg The Spark Staffg Garden
Cluhg Chemistry Clubg Athletic Awards.
"Life is iz jigsaw puzzle with most of
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the pieces missing.
Art Cluhg Shop Cluhg Green-Goldg Library
HETROSPECT of the CLASS of 1956
We have come a long way since that day of
September 6, 1944, when 40 perplexed young-
sters entered NCCS as first graders. Miss Towne
was the first of our many different teachers that
In second grade our teacher was Miss Fafinski.
Thirty-four of us were present in Miss Beaver's
room as third graders. There were 27 of us in
Mrs. Falk's fourth grade. We increased to 39 in
fifth grade with Miss Boardway as our teacher.
With Mrs. Stearns in sixth grade were 44 of us.
September 1950 saw us as seventh graders. We
were now in the homerooms of Miss Potter and
Mr. Sager. Our officers for the year were: Presi-
dent, David Montaldi, Vice-President, Jean Feltzg
Secretary-Treasurer, Edward Awaldg Student
Council Representatives, Theresa Burgio and
There were 72 eighth graders in the home-
rooms of Miss Korthals and Miss Wagner in the
year 1951-52. Beatrice Nowak was president,
David Montaldi, vice-president, Merrilee Law-
ton, secretaryg Paul Noecker, treasurer, and The-
resa Burgio and David Brooker again represented
us in Student Council.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Burke and Mr.
Brooker, 48 freshmen started their high school
careers in September 1952. With David Mon-
taldi, president, Merrilee Lawton, vice-president,
Theresa Burgio, secretary, Beatrice Nowak, treas-
urer, and Bonnie Luther and Vincent Padalino
representing us in Student Council, we held a
very successful Harvest Dance. In March we pre-
sented our play "Life 0' the Party."
Our treasury was increased during our sopho-
more year when under the guidance of Mrs.
Bokman and Miss Gravink we presented our
Thanksgiving Dance and an Amateur Show. We
also sold pencils and gave "Magnolia Blooms" as
our play. Elected to office were: President, Mer-
rilee Lawtong Vice-President, David Montaldi,
Secretary, Theresa Burgio, Treasurer, Beatrice
Nowak, Student Council Representatives, Rose
Marie Catalano and Maurice Dole.
We spent our junior year in the homeroom of
Mr. State. Our officers for the year were: David
Montaldi, president, Beatrice Nowak, vice-presi-
dentg Myrna Lawton, secretary, Carol Thill, treas-
urerg Rose Marie Catalano and Maurice Dole, Stu-
dent Council members. We held our dance, the
Junior Jamboree in November. In May was our
prom-"Stairway to the Starsf' Carol Thill was
chosen queen with Myrna Lawton and Merrilee
Lawton as attendants. We had a very successful
Fish Supper and campaign selling Gowfmda
News subscriptions. Also sold were pencils and
fudge. Our rings came in February.
In this our last year at NCCS, our officers
are: President, Vincent Padalinog Vice-President,
David Montaldi, Secretary, Patricia Detwilerg
Treasurer, Beatrice Nowak, Student Council,
Maurice Dole and Carol Thill. Under the direc-
torship of Mr. Valone we conducted a magazine
campaign, fudge sales, a baked goods sale, and a
Fish Supper. Our play "Brother Goose" came in
March and was directed by Miss' Gravink and
Miss Kelker. Our Ball came in May. We spent an
enjoyable Easter Week in Washington, D.C.
Class Night finds us surveying the past, present,
and future. Graduation is our stepping stone to
My secretary had just brought in the mail and laid
it on my desk. Maybe I should have continued being
a teacher, although being vice-president of the Thill
Party Noise-Maker Company certainly isn't dull work.
On top of the pile of mail I saw the following invita-
"You are cordially invited to attend the reunion of
the Class of '56 at the Moulin Rose, Fifth Avenue,
North Collins, New York on June 25, 1976"
It has been twenty years since I graduated from
North Collins Central, and I had lost track of many of
my classmates. I was pleased for this opportunity to
greet my old classmates and to learn of the successes
they have attained.
The Moulin Rose sounded familiar. Why this must
be the Nightclub that Rose Marie Catalano built with
the money left to her by her sixth husband!
I wondered if Merrilee Lawton would be able to
attend. She was saying something about judging at a
4-H dress review that night. She's certainly busy what
with her 4-H club work, her teaching career, and her
teen-age twin daughters.
When I arrived who should I see sitting at the
main table but the great writer, Myra Milius. Myra
recently won a Pulitzer Prize for her book about
It was plain to see that everyone enjoyed the music
by Dick Munson's orchestra. He featured jazz by jean
Feltz and Richard Rowe. Kenny Myers took time from
his heavy schedule of appearances to be present. When
asked to sing a few numbers, Kenny responded, and
I realized then why he was the idol of the "bobby-
The food was delicious, but no wonder, with jim
Clark as head chef. He received quite a bit of valuable
experience working in the Colony House during high
school and doing K.P. duty in the Air Force.
Elmer Dustman informed me that he was now
selling a new line of jetmobilesgthe "Almer Conver-
tible," which he designed himself. At present Theresa
Burgio is advertising Elmer's cars on the super high-
ways of North Collins. He tells us that his sales have
almost doubled since he employed her.
Angela George established a Nursery School for
children of 'all colors, sizes, and kinds. Remembering
Angela, I wonder who is taking care of whom. Jo-
anne Diodato married soon after high school and fre-
quently sends her eight girls to Angela's school.
I hadnit realized that the new sensation in teeth
had been created by Vincent Padalino. This new idea
features fancy false teeth for every occasion. Vinny
tells us that he became bored with ordinary dentistry.
Catherine Renaldo makes great use of this new idea in
teeth in her new movie, "Forever Red." We knew that
red hair would get her somewhere. Catherine's fan
mail keeps her private secretary, Nancy Richmond,
very busy, but Nancy still finds time to do the town-
Hollywood, that is.
Maurice Dole didn't like the climate of New York
State and moved south to Texas where he became one
of the richest oilmen. Recently he entered politics and
is now Governor of Texas. The executive experience
he received as Student Council President is probably a
Contrary to my belief, Bonnie Luther stayed single
and became the world's leading dress designer. Her
styles long ago replaced Christian Dior's.
Christine Greuschow and Pat Detwiler opened a
beauty salon in North Collins a few years ago. Women
come from all over, especially New York City to bene-
fit from the new hair styles and hair colors created by
these girls. Frances Ricotta, the homemaking0teacher
at NCCS, frequently uses beauty tips from these girls
in her classes. Dave Montaldi is also a member of the
faculty. He took over Mr. johengen's work of Guid-
ance Counseling and coaching. Never before have
girls been members of the basketball team.
I learned that all the corsages and floral arrange-
ments were made by Anna Marie Rizzo's florist shop.
They really helped beautify the room and the ladies.
Bill Adam is a traveling salesman for the super-
sonic dishwasher invented by Ray Koningisor. Ray
and Bill can't understand why more people don't buy
the dishwasher. After all, the fact that the sound vibra-
tions break more dishes than they clean is only a minor
detail. fRay is now working on unbreakable dishes
that can be used in his previous invention.D
A new chain of stores has arisen-the S10 to S550
stores. Myrna Lawton and Jean DiPiazza originated
the idea from the 5 and 10 cent stores that were popu-
lar when we graduated.
Charles Andolina shocked us all by announcing
that he had just been appointed President of Vassar
College. Charles hasn't changed much since high
Flora Taber showed the world that the United
States could do anything Canada could do. Her quin-
tuplets have replaced the Dionnes in world fame. She
tells us that five boys of the same age are quite a
Allene Aderman is the guide at the "Smith"sonian
Institute. On taking a tour through there she points
out Angeline Mardino's antique collection that she
has donated. It surprised me to learn she took up such
an interesting hobby.
One of the most successful businesses, the "Rylon"
Hosiery Company, is headed by Johnny Fazzalaro and
Eddie Awald. Their product made them very popular
with the women since Rylon is guaranteed never to
Dave Brooker is the owner of the first jet passenger
airline. Beatrice Nowak is his chief airline hostess.
Bea's winning smile and Dave's speedy and safe air-
craft really attract the passengers.
At the table next to mine were seated the great
trapeze artists, employed by Barnum and Bailey Circus,
Charlotte Rynkiewicz and Pat Stephenson. They al-
ways did make a good acrobatic team in gym class.
With them was Marilyn Miller. I was pleased, but not
too surprised to learn that Marilyn is a travel con-
sultant for a nationally known railroad's vacation
Anthony Alessi could not inform us as to what he
was doing at the present except that he was in the
Secret Service. Working on something dangerous and
exciting was the only way he could be happy. For a
hobby, Anthony is raising black orchids. He became
interested in them while in Africa, getting informa-
tion to write a book for one of the book reports he
composed for English.
As I rose to leave I thanked my hostess, Rose Marie,
for making it possible for me to reminisce with my
former classmates happy high school memories, and
to learn of the successes they have achieved and the
impression they have made upon the world.
As we the Senior Class of 1956 bring to a close our elementary and high school
education, we wish to declare this to be our last will and testament.
To the Freshman and Sophomore classes we leave our good luck and sincere
wish that their Senior years will be as enjoyable as ours has been this year.
To the junior class we bequeath the following:
To Frank Warnes and Peter Loretto, Bill
Adam wills his "second story" height, but keep
your heads out of the clouds, boys.
To Margaret Neifergold and Marjorie Witt-
meyer, Bonnie Luther and Allene Aderman will
their love for square dancing.
Charles Andolino and Anthony Alessi will
their Business Law books to anyone in the Jun-
ior class that is taking Business Law on the con-
dition that everyone will pass like they are going
Dick Rowe, David Brooker, and Richard
Munson have decided to give up their well-earned
positions in the band to Donald Eppolito.
Merrilee Lawton and Beatrice Nowak leave
their scholastic abilities to Joyce Taylor who
seems to be doing quite well.
Myrna Lawton bequeaths her gay, fun loving
nature to Lucretia Cocca whom we feel is worthy
To joseph Pellegrino, John Fazzalaro leaves
his ability to get around teachers in a smooth
jean DiPiazza and Frances Ricotta will their
"see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil" at-
titude to Eva Mae Wilson.
Angela George wills her mirthful laugh to
Mary Loretto who we feel will have as much fun
as Angela did.
Anna Marie Rizzo and Angeline Mardino
give up their favorite recipes for pizza to anyone
in the Junior class that likes pizza.
Christine Greuschow wills her love for hill-
billy music to Evelyn Polzin and Harold Wil-
Jim Clark leaves his well-dressed appearance
to Vincent George. Remember Vinny, it always
pays to look your best.
Catherine Renaldo leaves to Mae Vara her
ability to make a friend and keep it.
Ken Myers leaves his ever ready foot on the
gas peddle to Bob Hadley.
Joanne Diodato leaves to Donald Peters her
bashful ways. Her motto to be 'seen and not heard
comes in very handy.
Elmer Dustman and Eddie Awald will their
"straight hair" to Keith Dillingham.
Theresa Burgio has decided to leave to Fran-
ces Fazzalaro her co-operation in class affairs.
Theresa's co-operation has always been a great
Marilyn Miller and jean Feltz leave their
silent manners to Mary Ann Gawlak and Agnes
Pat Detwiler and Rose Marie Catalano pre-
sent their cheerleading ability to Marilyn Ricotta.
Keep up the good work, Marilyn.
David Montaldi leaves his love for basketball
to Bill Lawton who seems to do quite well.
Carol Thill leaves her dignity, quick smile
and readiness to help in any situation to Eliza-
Charlotte Rynkiewicz and Pat Stephenson
will their continued friendship to Dorothy Alff
and Pat Bowman.
Myra Milius wills her search for knowledge
to Marica Whaley and Dorothy Macakanja.
To Louie Richmond and Paul Adam, Maurice
Dole leaves his love for shop.
Ray Koningisor leaves his readiness to debate
on any subject to Louie Macakanja.
,Nancy Richmond wills her roving eyes to
Doramae Hadley who we are sure will use them
to her advantage.
Vinny Padalino leaves his class leadership to
Louie Catalano, who we hope will continue the
Flora Taber leaves her ability to fit in small
places to Irene Catalano.
This concludes the Senior Class Will of 1956,
written this 25th day of May, in the year nine-
teen hundred and fifty-six, in the village of
North Collins, county of Erie, State of New
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CLASS of 1957
Row One: Mr. Provenzo, Keith Dillingham, janet Loretto, Frances Fazzalaro, Lucretia Cocca,
Louis Catalano, Joyce Taylor, Evelyn Polzin, Mary Loretto, Dorothy Macakanja. Row Two:
Marcia Whaley, Irene Catalano, Marilyn Ricotta, Mae Vara, Joseph Pellegrino, Eva Mae
Wilson, Margaret Neifergold, Patricia Bowman, Dorothy Alff, Louis Richmond. Row Three:
Mary Ann Gawlak, Donald Peters, Dora Mae Hadley, Vincent George, Agnes Kelly, Paul
Adams, Marjorie Wittmeyer, Louis Macakanja. Row Four: Harold Williams, James Evoy,
Vincent Koener, William Lawton, Frank Warnes, Robert Hadley, Anthony Loretto, Peter
Loretto, Donald Eppolito.
President ............ ....... L ouis Catalano
Vice-President ...... ........ L ucretia Cocca
Secretary .......... ........ E velyn Polzin
Treasurer ....... ,.,.,.,. J oyce Taylor
CLASS of 1958
Row One: Miss Van Dyke, Donald Wittmeyer, Paul Whaley, Madeline Klepher, Sara Jane
Winter, Judy Mallaber, Albert Decarlo, Rosina Wittmeyer. Raw Two: Agnes Steff, Dorothy
George, Patricia Warnes, James Thill, Patricia Spengler, Joseph Diodato, Eunice Greuschow,
Harold Hauser, Sharon Ognibene, Dean Gallaway, Donald DeMeo, Dale Remington. Row
Three: Walter Williams, Rosali Conti, Mary Ann Elardo, Corinne Schmitz, Frances Andolino,
Bonnie Heavern, Jerome Wittmeyer, Margaret Awald, Nancy Schmitt, Leslie Hussey. Row
Four: Charles Frazier, Jean Thiel, Lenny Loretto, Charles Leno, John Nowak, Anthony Gaw-
lak, Robert Kuerek, Russel Thompson, Charles Dietzman, Anthony Renaldo.
President ............ ....... A lbert DeCarlo
Vice-President ..... ....,.... J udy Mallaber
Secretary ......... ...... S ara jane Winter
Treasurer ..... ........ R osina Wittmeyer
, CLASS of 1959
Row One: Mr. Brooker, Joan Schillace, John Alessi, Margaret Thill, Sally Ann Castiglia, Judy
Feltz, Sam Markello, Beatrice Canale, Bob Jeswald, John Abramo, Patricia Dillingham, Sylvia
LaFave, Patricia Schmitt, Mrs. Burke. Row Two: David Wagner, James Moore, Mary Ellen
Schmitz, Larry Geiger, Jackie Prime, Gerald Koningisor, Cathy Bucco, James Rodenburg,
Joyce Plyman, Carmella Noto, Judy Lawton, Claudia Decker, Doris Simmons. Row Three:
Otto Rosenaier, Fred Miller, Sandra Seely, Pat Cleveland, Jimmy Goran, Elaine Fricano,
Joanne Rizzo, Vitus Loretto, Veronica Briggs, Sam LaDuca, Olivia Williams, Carol Glow,
Kathy Wood, Kathy Adams, Carslye Trippi. Row Four: Robert Jentz, Barbara Milius, Ray
Calleja, Marcia Winter, Eddie Ring, David Nowak, Kathy Simmons, Susan Hurd, Betty
Lawton, Ralph Gruppo, Agnes Smith, Cyril Harrishburg.
President ............ ............ J udy Feltz
Vice-President ..r... ,.,,.., J ohn Abramo
Secretary .......... ...... S am Markello
Treasurer ...... ........ B ea Canale
MRS. BUCHER'S EIGHTH GRADE
Row One: Mrs. Bucher, R. Burnside, P. Renaldo, M. J. Nicosia, P. Castiglia, R. Valone, W.
Brock, N. Geiger, A. Compisi, M. Lawton, Mr. Hubbard. Rau' Two: J. Whaley. G. Koch,
J. Tower, M. Briggs, C. Eppolito, R. Rowe, T. Regan, R. Hammond, K. Hunter, J. Viggiano.
Row Three: D. Burchett, S. Botko, V. Dibecki, B. Thompson, H. Koch, R. M. Bator,
D. Lietz, E. Forney, C. Kehr, K. Loretto. Row Four: A. Herman, D. Ognibene, B. Cerne, R.
Rutledge, P. Sterlace, B. Congdon, J. George, W. Ormsby, T. Marx.
MISS KORTHAL'S EIGHTH GRADE
Row One: Miss Korthals, B. Briggs, M. J. Padalino, R. Andolina, L. Loretto, K. Plyman,
D. Lawton, D. Leone, E. Denmeade, D. Rizzo, S. Gallaway, R. Wantuck. Row Two: H. Law-
ton, E. Kehr, M. Conti, D. Mallaber, M. Pozdyn, W. Jensen, M. J. Vacco, P. Giesler, P. Lan-
taff, E. Koch, C. George, S. Hussey. Row Three: P. Munson, J. Munson, W. Jentz, S. Warnes,
T. Zulawski, D. Aeschbacher, R. McCormack, J. Webb, R. Haberer, A. Green, R. Blair.
MR. OWEN'S SEVENTH GRADE
Row One: Mr. Owen, L. Castiglia, J. Vara, M. Loretto, D. Shaw, N. Awald, S. Mallaber
D. Puntillo. Row Two: S. Wilson, V. Osterstuck, R. Giesler, D. Glow, M. E. Schmitz, D. Sion
A. Greuschow, D. Clark, E. Maglio. Row Tbree: H. Pozdyn, T. Schillace, J. McCormack
E. Green, D. Hadley, A. DiBlasi. Absent: M. LiVecche, D. Grill, K. Koch.
MISS POTTER'S SEVENTH GRADE
Row One: Miss Potter, J. Loretto, S. Marsh, J. Ortel, C. Morgano, V. Lindow, D. George,
A. Loretto, R. Bucco, A. Diodato, D. Maglio. Row Two: B. Bakston, P. Loretto, R. Aderman,
J. Green, M. DeCarlo, J. Thompson, E. Detwiler, P. Rynkiewicz, P. Miller. Row Three.
R. LiVecche, L. Kaminski, P. Sion, A. Koch, T. Meigs, J. Debicka, S. Heavern, S. Fricano,
B. Briggs, E. Tillinghast, D. Nellis. Absent: S. Mecca.
MRS. SPENGLER'S SIXTH GRADE
Row One: A. Lindsay, S. Cooper, J. Denny, J. Demmon, W. Witmer, L. Renaldo, T. Rey-
nolds, C. Cimicato, S. A. Blasz, M. G. Valone, A. Denny, L. Minekime, Mrs. Spengler. Rou
Two: D. Bell, L. Cerne, J. Nellis, M. Teiieira, M. Felt, L. Lawton, S. Venson, M. Milius
M. Clark, L. Seeley, P. A. Kleever, T. Noecker. Row Three: M. Darling, B. Becanitch, P. Re-
naldo, L. Dole, K. Ritz, J. Taylor, K. Cross, L. Lawton, S. Lipka, D. Dustman, G. Simmons
R. Warnes. Absent: G. Klepfer.
MRS. STEARN'S SIXTH GRADE
Row One: Mrs. Stearns, P. Loretto, C. A. Lawton, H. Willett, P. Geiger, A. Vazquaz, M. A.
Castiglia, M. Loianono, R. DiBlasi, S. Evoy, F. Padalino. Rou' Two: D. Russell, D. Akins,
D. Wehling, R. A. Viggano, N. Schmitz, L. Fiaschetti, K. Denea, J. Canale, J. Roth, N. Speng-
ler. Row Three: D. Luther, T. Meehan, E. Ring, J. Stefan, R. Goodard, S. Felt, S. Lipka,
W. Grill, B. Agliata, W. O'Hara, J. Offhaus.
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MISS BEAVER'S THIRD GRADE
Rau' One: N. Schmitz, M. George, M. Regan, P. Compisi. Razz' Two: A. Reynolds, N. Schmitz,
S. Walker, A. Volo. A. Loretto. Row Three: P. Brenner, J. Viggiano, L. Peckham, H. Debicka,
A. Pridgeon, Miss Beaver. Row Four: W. Dils, D. Fiaschetti, P. Schmitz, D. Detwiler, W.
Feltz. Row Five: A. Cantie, F. Burgio, P. Fricano, D. Cooper, J. Noecker. Row Six: D. Mor-
gano, L. LiVecche, J. Orton, L. Shred, H. Osterstuck. Absent: A. Miller.
MRS. CROSS'S THIRD GRADE
Rau' One: R. Guadagno, R. Taber, L. Rizzo, J. Roth, D. Briggs. Row Two: C. A. Pollard
J. Santa Marie, J. Kelly, P. Paulucci, E. Clark. Rau' 7l,?l'UB.' J. Castilia, C. Osterstuck, L. For-
ney, M. Rutledge, J. McMahon, Mrs. Cross. Row Fnur: D. Gamel, J. Witmer, P. Musacchio
M. Mullay. Row Fire: C. Collins, J. Simmons. Absent: S. Stevens, M. Loretto, E. Warnes.
MRS. LAING'S SECOND GRADE
Row One: M. Bley, J. Gugino, J. Wagner, S. Nowik. Row Two: J. Alessi, R. M. Greuschow
K. Lee, K. Valone, D. O'Hara. Row Three: A. DiBlasi, D. Thiel, T. Remington, S. Lawton
P. Orton. Row Four: K. Kaegebein, J. Compisi, R. A. Mecca, P. Marx, B. Watt. Row Five
D. Harrishhurg, V. Diodato, R. Zeman, J. Jensen, L. Cantie, Mrs. Laing.
MISS LEIKER'S SECOND GRADE
Row One: A. G. Olds, R. Demmon, L. Turnbull, H. Kordas. Row Two: C. A. Smith, S. Schil-
lace, L. Quiter, P. Cantie, A. Diodato, Miss Leiker. Row Three: D. Lindow, M. Hussey, V
Boltes, M. Barber, K. Krall. Row Four: H. George, G. Eppolito, M. L. Haberer. Row Five
T. LiVecche, R. Denmead, C. Loretto, D. Hunter. Row Six: K. Leslie, R. Clark, R. Elvin
MRS. BECK'S FIRST GRADE
Row One: A. Gonzales, F. DcMarc0. Row Two: D. Stalker, C. Pollutro, M. Lennon, J. Felt-
ham, S. Demmon, A. Pirelo. Row Three: L. Berment, A. Bunnell, D. Gearhart, S. J. Cerne,
D. Loretto, D. Doctor. Row Four: E. Renaldo, S. Grill, V, Loiacono, D. Long. E. Osterstuck.
Row Five: B. Awald, D. Renaldo, P. Seitler, T, Ponomarew, R. Selcska. Row Six: M. L. Cor-
bin, K. Fricano, A. Puntillo, Mrs. Beck, J. Lawton, J. Schroer.
MRS. DARROXYVS FIRST GRADE
Row One: C. Marsh, W. Feltz, W. Ortel, J. Silleman, B. A. Rudyk. Rou' Two: A. Musacchio
E. Garnel, J. Poreba, T. Nowik, B. Matteson. Row Three: M. DeCarlo, P. Winter, D. Miller
S. Pirela, B. Loretto, D. Ortel. Row Four: J. DeCarlo, L. Valone, T. Quiter, M. Osterstuck
N. Kleever. Row Five: B. Kibler, G. Gervais, Mrs. Darrow, C. Kelly, C. Fullone, C. Heary
MRS. HICKLING'S FIRST GRADE
Row One: E. Ribblett, D. Bonafede, D. Collins, C. Ricotta. Row Two: K. Cross, L. Giesler,
D. Gearhart, V. Neu, K. Regan. Row Three: T. Cantie, V. Mecca, P. Cantie, D. George,
M. Stevens. Row Four: R. Myers, J. Carozzi, M. Leith, E. Aderman, D. Spicola. Row Five:
K. Sprickman, M. Kelly, T. Heavern, L. Holcomb. Row Six: M. A. Novara, Miss Tedesco,
F. Venson, U. Kordas, Mrs. Hickling, E. Geiger. Absent: C. Koch, S. Leone, C. Privitera.
MISS GAUDE'S KINDERGARTEN-GROUP 1
Row One: C. Kohn, R. Spengler, W. Osterstuck, S. Bonafide, B. Fillipiak, B. Rosten. Row
Two: M. Schmitz, T. Schmitz, T. Lennon, H. Armbruster, J. Docter, N. J. Kohn. Row
Three: S. Smith, A. Castiglia, J. Winter, S. Geiger, D. Koch, J. Winter. Row Four: M. Weber,
L. J. Schmitz, J. Meacham, E. Enser, J. Kestner. Row Five: F. Diodato, C. Novara, J. Bray-
MISS POELTL'S KINDERGARTEN-GROUP 2
Rau' One: C. Lomison, B. Frederick, D. Ellero, K. Loretto, I. Hunter, j. Poreba, K. Lawton.
G. Felt, A. Campisi, T. Holcomb, A. DeMarco, A. Vara. Ron' Two: M. Boltes, K. Thiel,
A. Catalano, E. George, L. Rodriquez, A. Fourney, E. Fricano, O. Vazquez, L. Giambrone,
j. Bottoni, F. Valone. J. Tubero, B. Noto. Absent: B. Kender, N. Quinones.
MISS GAUDE'S KINDERGARTEN-GROUP 3
Row One: E. johnson, G. Corbin, O. Wilson, G. Shred, A. Bunnell, J. Demmon, M. Bow-
man, G. Detwiler, Conductor: Miss Gaude. Rau' Tu'o: G. Ruper, R. Zayas, E. Kaczanowske
R. Simmons, D. Gearhart, J. Eppolito, S. Seitler, R. Gabcl. Ron' Three: M. Loretto, J. Conti
G. Oleska, P. Hussey, R. Lantaff, B. Leith, L. Cooper, D. Gabel, A. Rudyk, P. Gervais
Row One: P. Nowak, R. Wittmeyer, E. Wittmeyer, E. Wittmeyer, K. Wittmeyer. Row Two:
R. Wittmeyer, E. Wittmeyer, B. Koningisor, C. Faulring, J. Wittmeyer, Mrs. Crandall. Row
Three: L. Lux, J. Wittmeyer, C. Lux. Absent: R. Edmonson.
Row One: D. Decarlo, L. Plecha, A. Amabile, L. Steff, R. Mardino, J. DiMaria. Row Two.
J. Rotalo, M. Decarlo, V. Keller, T. McKeown. Row Three: Mr. Feltham, P. Ertell, A. Speck,
P. Darling, C. Kasinski.
Row One: Manager J. George, D. Galloway, E. Ring, A. DeCarlo, V. Loretto, D. DeMeo,
L. Geiger, Mr. Johengen. Row Two: K. Dillingham, D. Eppolito, J. Goran, H. Hauser,
R. jeswald, S. LaDuca, V. George, A. Compisi. Row Three: C. Leno, O. Rosenauer, H. Wil-
liams, A. Renaldo, F. Warnes, R. Calleja, F. Miller, C. Fraser, F. Provino.
Row One: Manager F. Provino, K. Dillingham, C. Leno, D. Montaldi, D. DeMeo, Mr. J0-
hengen. Row Two: R. Rowe, P. Loretto, V. George, L. Catalano, C. Andolina, W. Lawton
Row One: Mrs. Bucher, J. Schillace, I. Catalano, J. Diodato, M. Milius, J. Taylor, E. Dustman,
M. Lawton, C. Thill, P. Detwiler, Mrs. Burke. Row Two: T. Noto, E. Fricano, M. Ricotta,
B. Nowak, E. M. Wilson, D. Macakanja, B. Canale, A. George, R. M. Catalano, S. A. Catalgia.
Row Three: F. Taber, H. Taber, N. Richmond, A. Aderman, B. Luther, D. M. Hadley,
S. J. Winter, F. Andolina, M. Awald, T. Burgio. Row Four: J. Plyman, C. .Harrishburg,
R. Gruppo, J. Fazzalaro, S. Markello, J. Alessi, K. Myers, D. Eppolito, D. DeMeo.
Editor ......................,........... Myra Milius Editor .............. ...Rose Marie Catalano
C0-Editor .........,,..,,,,,,,.,,.,, Joyce Taylor Co-Editor ............... ...... M arilyn Ricotta
Sefretary-Treasurer ,,,,,, Elmer Dustman Secretary-Treasurer .. .......... Carol Thill
GREEN AND GOLD
Row One: J. Diodato, M. Ricotta, I. Catalano, L. Catalano, T. Noto, C. Schmitz, T. Burgio,
Miss VanDyke. Row Two: C. Renaldo, B. Nowak, M. A. Gawlak, A. George, M. Vara
R. Wittmeyer, C. Thill, R. M. Catalano, F. Taber. Row Three: J. DiPiazza, P. Stephenson,
C. Rynkiewicz, M. Milius, A. Aderman, N. Richmond C. Greuschow B. Luther.
Rout' One: Louis Catalano, Cyril Harrishburg, Leslie Hussey, Vitus Loretto, Jean Feltz, Susan
Hurd. Row Two: Thomas Marx, Sandra Seeley, Walter jentz, Linda Dole, Stephen Lipka,
Stephen Hussey, Lorraine Kaminski, Donald Eppolito, Robert Rowe, joseph Pelligrino,
Anita Diodato, Herbert Koch, David Burchett, John Abramo. Row Three: Louise Castiglia,
David Puntillo, john Vara, Carol Lawton, Mary Ann Castiglia, Terry Reynolds, Butchie
Lindow, Dick Goodard, Peter Miller, Douglas Lietz, Wayne Brock, Frances Provino, Robert
Burnside, Richard Rowe, Louis Mackanja, David Brooker, Richard Munson, Sam Markello,
Lawrence Geiger, Valentine DiBecki, Richard Rutledge, Paul Sion, Kenneth Plyman. Row
Four: Patricia Warnes, Ruth Aderman, John Alessi, Robert Hammond, David Montaldi,
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Ron' One: S. A. Castiglia, J. Feliz, E. Fricano, J. Rizzo, J. Schillace, J. Nlallaber, J. Fazza-
laro, M. Ricotta, B. Canale, T. Noto, J. Alessi, R. Gruppo. Rau' Tivo: Miss Potter, F. Fazza
laro, R. M. Catalano, A. George, T. Burgio, S. Ognibene, F. Andolina, C. Rynciewicz
R. Wittmeyer, D. Eppolito, Miss Kelker. Rau' Tlareez L. Cocca, M. A. Elardo, C. Thill, M. Law
ton, S. J. Winter, M. Awald, K. Wood, C. Glow, J. Lawton, J. Thiel, B. Milius, L. Geiger
Rau' Four: V. Briggs, E. Dustman, D. Brooker, M. Lawton, J. Felrz, C. Harrishburg, S. Mar-
kello. KP. Munson, M. Dole, V. Padalino, M. Milius.
Rau' One: L. Castiglia, S. Wilson, M. J. Vacco, S. Gallaway, J. Ortel, P. Castiglia, N. Geiger,
P. Giesler, J. McCormack, S. Heivern, A. Koch, D. Brooker. Ron' Two: M. J. Padalino,
D. Lawton, C. George, A. DiBlasi, M. Pozdyn, Miss Kelker, E. Denmeade, C. Morgano,
B. Bakston, V. Linclow, S. Warnes, L. Kaminski. Razz' 'I'lJrez'.' R. Bucco, A. Diodato, R. Acler-
man, D. George, A. Loretto, S. Fricano, M. DeCarlo, P. Sterlace, R. Valone, B. Briggs,
P. Rynkiewicz. Razz' Ifour: S. Botko, J. Munson, O. Payton, C. Renaldo, B. Congdon, W.
Ormsby, D. Ognibene, A. Herman, J. Tower.
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Congratulations to the Class of i956
REV. FATHER JCHN ALVEREZ
Sacred Heart of Mary Church
DESIGN FOR LIVING
Lord, let me bring a little mirth
To all who share my days on earth,
Let something I have said or clone
Remain, when I have traveled on,
To prove the man I tried to be,
And make men glad they walked w
A flower, a smile, a work of cheer,
Make these my gifts from year to year.
Lord, let me carry where I go
Some little joy to all I know,
Let these into my life be wrought,
A little faith, a little thought,
A little mirth, a little grace,
To glorify the commonplace,
Lord, let some little splendor shine
To mark this earthly course of mine.
TO THE CLASS OF l955 - l956
When you are in need of friendl
THE BANK OF NORTH COLLINS
North Collins, New Yo
YOUR HOMETOWN INDEPENDENT BANK
Members: Federal Reserve System
Federal Deposif Insurance Corporallon
MEYERS BROS. GARAGE
Texaco Gas 8. Oil
24-Hour Towing 81 Power Winching
Phone NC 3144 or 2404 Sisson I-igwy of Longford
NORTH COLLINS LUMBER CO
"EveryThing in Building"
PAINTS THAT LAST
A. G. Spaulding and MacGregor Golclsmillw
"Special Discounls To North Collins STuclenTs"
51 GENESEE STREET BUFFALO 3, NEW YORK
ED SMITH'S MEATS
LEG J. WINTER
J0'S BEAUTY SHOP AUTO - LIFE - FIRE
Main Sheei' Phone 3990
Phone 2727 North comns Friendly Insurance Service
Shirley Road North Collins, N.Y.
GROCERIES - MEATS - DRY GOODS
BRANT SUPER MARKET
Phone Angolo 5I6 Brant, New York
HOWELL CHEVROLET H THGRNBURY
Comphmemsof "THE SPORTSMAN
REV. ARTHUR LUTHER wc fRE5TAbURANT"
"ine oo atifs esT"
D ily: 10:30-5:00
W. A. HILLWIG
F. L. BOYER
3 COLVlN'S RESTAURANT
Langford New York
uffalo Street Hamburg N Y
Phone EMerson 2391 4
LAWTON'S CANNING CO., INC
NEW YORK STATE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LAWTONS, NEW YORK
Class of l956
For Satisfaction at Harvest Time
INTERNATIONAL MINERALS 84
Buffalo, New York Ph. TA I888
RIEFLER BUICK, INC.
Buick - Cadillac Dealer
Hamburg New York
TO NORTH COLLINS
Gel' all your Sporting
Goods Needs at the
"Sporting Goods Center"
699 Main St., Buffalo 3, N.Y.
44 Main St., Tonawanda, N.Y.
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Dial 2437-if no answer - 2780
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Mike Pima "EveryThing in Hardware"
M 5 ef Non C Electrical Work and Repairing
T levision Radio Repai g
Compliments of Compliments of
DR. 84 MRS.
PAUL E. HOFFMAN
"Your Re-xall Dealer"
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JAMES V. FREGELETTE
J. C. BEVIER
Ralph W. Rutledge
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Veith's Soles And Service
Langford New York
Sherman Ave. North Collins
Your Theatrical House
Shows Nightly-7:30 - 9:30
Sherman and Railroad Avenue
North Collins New York
North Collins New York
Main Street North Collins
Congrotulotions to the
Seniors of '56
General Repairs Welding
Congrotulotions to the
Class of '56 FEED - SEED + COAL - COKE
INSURANCE Phone North Collins 2238
Lawtons New York
Costiglici Music Cent
"Meeting all your Musical Needs"
BAND St ORCHESTRA INSTRUMENTS I
PIANOS - MUSIC
8 Buffalo Street EMerson 4583
Hamburg, New York
WAGN ER'S RESTAU RANT
Longford New York
Phone North Collins 2232
SODA FOUNTAIN -ICE CREAM
KEN'S DAIRY AND
w York Phone 4556 Eden, N.Y.
Main and Spruce Streets
North Collins, N.Y.
QUINBY DAIRY, INC.
Hamburg New York
S 81 H Green Stamps Phone 2464
MR. AND MRS.
WILLIAM V. SCHMITZ
W. E. BOLTON 8K SON
North Collins New York
THOMAS CH IAVETTA
B t New York
GRAHAM'S SHOE STORE
OVERLOOK FRUIT FARM
Distinctive Styles at Moderate Prices
LIE-rz BRQS- Theresa Spicola, Prop.
Ph 2521 Ph 3390 Phone EM' 2278
one one 9 Buffalo sneer Hamburg, N.Y
John Deere Quality Farm Equipment
Gulf Service Station
"Wade Rain Irrigation Systems"
Phone 2541 North Collins
HARRIS SEED CO.
1519 Clinton Street
Clinton Bailey Market
Buffalo 6 New York
SUPERIOR MOTORS, INC
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
SALES and SERVICE
36 Jamestown Street Gowa nd
POULTRY - EGGS
Ph Angola 170-J Angola Brant Road
Brant, New York
Congrotulotions to the
Seniors of I956
Joseph Puntillo and Sons
COAL and CARTING
Dial 3159 Harris A
C0mDIlm9n'f5 Of Compliments of
LAWTON BROS. GARAGE HAROLD POLZIN
JOE'S SPORTS WEAR
NORTH COLLINS HOTEL ' Nationally Advertised Merchandise
Richard Taczkawski, Prop.
For Men and Boys
North Collins New Yor
Main Street North Coll
PETE PERO'S RESTAURANT
ins Brant New Yor
North Collins New York
Best Wishes to the
Closs ot i956
"Fruit and Vegetable Growers"
John N. Schreiner 81 Sons
Congratulations to the
"Artistic Monuments anol Markers" Closs of '56
Phone 2688 North Collins
"Your Friendly Florist"
North Collins New York
Congrotulotions to the
Closs of l956
NORT AND JESSIE RGWE
Your Local Authorized Dealers
GROCERY STORE For The Following:
Phone 2533 Sylvania - Norge - Amana
sfofe Hours: 3 - 6 Philco - Whirlpool
Main sneer North collins gales 3, Service
Angola, N.Y. Phone 'l'lO
FRANK N. WINTER, INC.
DELICATESSEN at LUNCH Room
Roswell at Main St.
Gowanda State Road Eden, New York
WALTER GEIGER G.L.F. Soil Building Service
North Collins, New York
G L F Service
W. E. MASON, Superintendent
N.C. 3865 Langford, N.Y.
DR. G. L. PRIESS
Abraham Dry Goods Store
DR. R. E. MARTIN
Brant Angola Rd. Brant, N.Y.
Eden, New York
Sisson Highway - Shirley Rood
The Class of "5-6"
THE SHEFF STUDIO
'I7 E Union St. Hamburg, N.Y.
North Collins, New York
JCJSEPH C. ALESSI
REAL ESTATE -- INSURANCE
Phone 2522 P. O. Box 277
Main Street North Collins, New York
GROWERS 84 PACKERS
CQQPERATIVE CANNING COMPANY., :Nc
NhCII N Yk
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ahlers
Miss Beulah M. Beaver
Mrs. june R. Beck
Miss Virginia M. Boardway
Britting's GLF Service
Mrs. Quentin Bucher
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Elwood T. Burke
Elmore C. Falk
Miss janet Gaude
Miss Deleo R. Gravink
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. Robert Harrishburg
. E. F. Hickling
Miss Grace G. Korthals
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laing
Miss Eva Leiker
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. John Owen
Miss Miriam L. Potter
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. Kermit Stearns
Mrs. Mary M. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton C. Taylor
Miss Loretta Mae Tedesco
Miss Mary K. Twist
Mr. and Mrs. joseph C. Valone
Miss Margaret M. VanDyke
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