North Tonawanda High School - Northstar Yearbook (North Tonawanda, NY)
- Class of 1950
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The sands of our time at NTHS have run out and before we leave, we
should like to let you in on our activities during our four delightful years
X ere. We have made progress in many ways during these four years.
-2 '. 1 e of our dreams have been realized, others developed, new plans laid,
arid We have traveled far down the road toward happy, successful and
The years since 1900 have seen marvelous advancement in the fields
prepared to go out into the world to do our part to make our country and
especially our community a better place in which to live with more and
greater advantages than ever before in history.
This book contains the story of our activities and accomplishments. lt
tells of the people who helped us on our way and of our friends in other
classes. Now, we of the class of 1950, stand on the threshold of a great
new life! What it has in store for us is as yet unrevealed. Where will we
be when the next century rolls around? Will we have made our mark in
the world? Whether we be great or small, famous or unknown, let us
hope that in our own particular calling we shall stand forth as successful
individuals. Meet the future citizens of America-this yearls seniors!
HO' call back yesterday, bid time return."-SHAKESPEARE
To the true teacher, time's hourglass should still run goltl-zlustf,-DOUGLAS JERROLD
We, the class of '50, fondly dedicate our annual to Miss Anna Byers, a
veteran of 21 years at N.T.H.S. Miss Byers' good nature has made her a
favorite with everyone, especially our senior class.
Wee, the graduates, will always remember the many history classes she
colored with her pleasing personality. Our stay with Miss Byers has
passed as quickly as the sand through an hour glass. However, her memory
is a lasting souvenir which we will always cherish.
May this book recall many happy memories i11 the future and may she
he an inspiration to our students for many years to come.
Time waits for no one, especially high school students. We real-
ize this as we looktback on the four swiftly passing years spent at
our beloved alma mater. However, when we began our first year,
time passed as slowly as sand through an hour glass.
As freshmen we visioned before us assemblies, participation in
sports and of course, study and learning. We knew that we were a
part of the whole scheme now, not just onlookers. Our one goal was
to become SENIORS, although at this stage of the game we did not
know how much studying and learning it meant.
In our sophomore year, we buckled down to our work for we saw
that what we learned was to aid us in making our place in the world.
How proud we were when we received our first honor letter! A whole
year was behind us now and the sands of time were picking up
speed. We sailed through the second year cheering at games and
taking a new interest in our school.
Two years had elapsed now and half the sand had sifted away.
We were upperclassmen now. The junior play, magazine drives and
the thrill of seeing our own classmates battle their way to victory in
sports hurried us through our junior year.
Before we knew it, we were SENlORSl There was so much to
do with committees, interviews, receiving our rings, preparing the
yearbook and the senior prom that we hardly realized commence-
ment was upon us. With sad hearts we bid our never-to-be-forgotten
school days goodbye for we all know that although the hour glass
will be emptied many more times, never will such pleasant memories
HT he happier the time, the quicker it passes."-PLINY THE YOUNGER
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JULIE BUZZELLI . . . "Buzz'7 . . . senior class and G.A.A. presi-
dent . . . active in school activities . . . sport and honor letters . . .
G.A.A. pin . . . bubbling personality . . . ring committee . . . people
with no sense of humor annoy her . . . literary staff . . . will attend
GARY GILMORE . . . active in football, swimming and tennis . . .
in the German Club, Honor Society and Varsity Club . . . has won
honor and sport letters . . . "Stump,', who was president of junior
ind sophomore classes, plans to attend Notre Dame in the near
PAULINE M. SCHULMEISTER . . . class secretary . . . active in
the G.A.A., band, orchestra and Honor Society . . . music and sports
letters . . . awarded Elmira Key . . . magazine committee . . . NORTH
STAR . . . junior play . . . pleasant personality . . . future grade
NEIL J. 0'CONNOR . . . "Cornelius" . . . junior and senior class
treasurer . . . cap and gown committee . . . liked Mrs. Millar's teach-
ing . . . works at Goerss, Dairy . . . member of the National Honor
Society . . . enjoys history . . . language award . . . baseball fan . . .
headed for college.
JAMES BEUTEL . . . shy, handsome and blond . . . easy to get
along with . . . Athletic Council representative . . . track and football
. . . speed demon of the gridiron . . . cooperative . . . fond of sleeping
in study h le.
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EUNICE ADCOCK . . . rather quiet and hard-working
. . . Eunice was always ready to give help when needed
. . . lle-r flllllfl' will be a big success.
DUANE ALBERT . . . lots of flln but bashful . . .
IlfC17 to know . . . like-el Mr. Drumm and business law
. . . often seen at the llalf Circle . . . maybe that's why :"
he elislikeel llome-work. W
ANTHONY D. ANASTASI . . . "Doc" . . . swell per-
sonality . . . playe-el football . . . liked history anel Miss
Byers . . . plans lo earry on in the ffllil market. A
JACQUELYN ANDREES . . . "Jackie" . . . twirler li 1
for three years . . . small and adorable . . . sparkling
eyes . . . lots of fllll . . . personality pllls . . . loves to
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llARol.D ARCHER . . . --Archiv .C . waofhlie wp
salesmen . . . favorite sport and tis hunting . . .
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ROBERT J. BARLOW . . . "PR6wec" . . . always a i-
grin on his face- . . . bowling and glee clllb . . . favorite- Q
sport is football . , . will work for Carpenter Bus Line-s. .
JEAN BAYER . . . "Jeanne" . . . sweet and lovable
. . . smiling eyes . . . hot dog committee . . . loves
elrivillg the ear anel rieling horseback . . . plans to be
an ollice- worke-r.
ALAN E. BEEMAN . . . a track team member . . .
active in llonor Society anel glee Clllb . . . "Al" made
a wonelerflll "Fri-llelie-" in the junior play . . . wants to
be a college- prof.
MARY HELCZAK . . . smiling e-yes . . . clerks at Vic
and Kai's . . . goes ill for ice skating . . . dislikes
people wllo elon't ge-t along with her . . . dreams of
being an air hostess.
JOAN BERIIALTER . . . better known as "Burp" I
. . . smooth and well-dressed . . . always looking for
excitement . . . a big attraction at Twin-Ton's . . . will
he found as a secretary. T
RICHARD BERHALTER . . . "Dick,' . . . a likable 0'-A ali'
fellow who is ne-ve-r at a loss for a joke . . . loves ollt- h Q :
eloor sports, especially hunting . . . has not yet decided Q
his future. gl 'jfs
RICHARD HIELASKI . . . hlflllltllfri . . . bowls anel . if
like-s football . . . was always heard saying "heck nov I - I
. . . wants to joirl the service and be a baker . . . 3 g 1
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JAMES BINGERT . . . "Bing" . . . the tuba boy . . .
tall, dark and llllbba, hubba . . . member of the band
anel orchestra . . . student assemblies . . . music letter
. . . future pianist. 1, Q, Q 5
l.o'rTlE Ronvclel . . . like-S lei laugh . . . pleasing it ,,,..s. ,-9 e,
personality . . . neat . . . atteneleel Riverside High . . . xl' A - 3
follnd wherever the-rc's dancing . . . wants to be a tt K 1 R X 'N X Q
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MARILYN M. BOYLE . . . on the NORTH STAR l iilegklf-Y ' Old' ft I V, I
art staff . . . likes to draw . . . played baseball . . . her I ix ,er - ' X ' if L, ' f
pet pccvef--bllse-s that leave Willllllll her . . . "Marnie" Xi s lp, L' 'bv
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JEAN BROECKER . . . "Snlilie', . . . just loves to Q
giggle . . . won sport letters . . . wears out the floor of M ' '-
the Rainbow Rink . . . we wonder for whom she's going 1 , A -Q '..' .
to keep house. 1 0 Els N' 'Ct 4
PHYLLIS BROECKER . . . "Phyl" . . . her eyes are llfa ft A l -
limpiel pools of llllllf . . . glee clllb . . . honor letters I H . 1
. . . mielget auto racing fan . . . pet peeve-tarely dates, OF-J I e1 9 - l l s xx..
'I'Wll,VA BROECKER . . . "Twill" . . . one of our pl Q
cute-st twirle-rs . . . can he follnel at Zefl's or waiting Q Q.. Qi K
on customers at Darle-en's . . . loves tobogganing . . . -9, "SY
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THOMAS BROWN . . . "Tom" . . . an all-round
fellow . . . sport letters . . . track . . . bowling
. . . Varsity Club . . . likes boxing . . . a toss-up between
college and the services.
ERNEST BRUNING . . . "Ernie" . . . tall, bashful
and blonde . . . nice to know . . . J.V. football . . .
bowling . . . loves to tease the girls . . . a future
JEAN A. BRZECZKOWSKI . . . went out for basket-
ball and badminton . . . honor letters . . . patronizes
Bedell's . . . dislikes people who are late . . . will be
LES BUCKLEY . . . "Jocko" . . . always grinning . . .
swell pal . . . sport letters . . . his hobby is hunting . . .
what do you hunt for? . . . likes to swim in the N.T.
WILLIAM BURCESS . . . "Binge" won a letter as
a band member . . . likes hockey and roller-skating
. . . plans to be an interior decorator-keeping it in
DOLORES E. BUSH . . . 6'Dee" worked hard on the
hot dog committee . . . always cheerful . . . Oh! how
she hates to get up in the morning . . . likes to ride
horses . . . a future nurse.
WILLIAM BUZZELLI . . . an all-round fellow, "Buzz"
was active in track, football and Varsity Club . . . likes
tumbling . . . should make a good student at Notre
LUCILLE CAMARRE . . . "Ceil', . . . never a dull
moment . . . likes sports . . . proud possessor of a
gold basketball . . . hopes to attend business school
J. H. CANADAY . . . tall and blond . . . active member
of the Science and German Clubs . . . collects stamps
. . . liked biology with Miss Stekl and will study it in
ROGER CARTER . . . "Reg" . . . one of our cham-
pionship swimmers . . . a wonderful "fella" with a
great sense of humor . . . likes baseball and hunting
. . . hot dog committee.
WALTER CERWINSKI . . . "Cisco" . . . track and
bowling . . . doing construction work . . . likes to box
and fix cars . . . "no more girls for me!" . . . toss up
between Army and Navy.
WILLIAM ALEX CHOBOY . . . "Bill', . . . short and
cute . . . track . . . bowling . . . had a paper route after
school . . . enjoys dancing at the Ton Teen . . . dislikes
to see girls smoking.
ALYCE MARIE CLINCH . . . "Allie" . . . pretty blue
eyes . . . a merry miss . . . easy going . . . Shirley's
partner in crime . . . loves dancing and swimming . . .
JAMES ALAN COLE . . . an energetic student with a
1 f questions . . . always seen behind the curtains
' the stage crew . . . active in student assemblies
ICHARD J. COLLINS . . . "Dick" . . . those out-
'tanding clothes and curly hair had the girls sighing
. . . well liked although only here a year . . . college
is his goal.
ROGER S. COLTON . . . member of baseball and
basketball teams . . . active on senior committees . . .
spends much time in room 21 . . . "Rog" is headed for
DAVE COMSTOCK . . . "Dave" . . . ring committee
. . . hates to get up . . . played basketball and baseball
. . . liked mechanical drawing . . . plans to be a
PATRICIA COOPER . . . "Pat" . . . the girl with the
long blond hair . . . Honor Society . . . always happy
. . . glee club . . . junior play . . . would like to work
at the State Trust Bank.
MAUREEN ANNE COX . . . helped feed the crowds
at football games . . . dark and pretty with a contagious
laugh . . . fun to be with . . . is keeping her future a
VIRGINIA COX . . . "Ginny" . . . graced glee club
and orchestra with her musical talents . . . cooperative
. . . speech class a favorite . . . will succeed as a comp-
RONALD DAWES . . . "Ronny" is a regular guy . . .
has a ready grin . . . member of the NORTH STAR
staff . . . bowler . . . likes going out with the boys . . .
U.B., here he comes.
aoasar M. DEAN . . . '-Berg." . . . likes bowling XV?
. . . Latin Club . . . prefers loafing to work any day
. . . always saying "All comes to him who sits and
waits" . . . future accountant.
EUGENE DEMLER . . . "Gene" . . . likes football Y
. . . was interested in art . . . doesn't like girls who
smoke . . . has a likable personality . . . to be seen at 'i
'DENNIS DEMPSTER . . . a sparkling personality
. . "Denny" participated in basketball and tennis . . .
is always smiling . . . plans to go to college.
SHIRLEY A. DES ROSIERS . . . an llonor Society
member . . . "Shirl" was on the magazine committee
. . . likes to dance at the Crow's Nest . . . hopes to go .
X NORA A. DICKY . . . "Dicky Bird" . . . top senior
xjmagazine salesman . . . library and cafeteria staffs . . .
fond of basketball and roller skating . . . Buffalo State'
Teachers College is next.
ANcE1.o m FRANCESCO . . . '-Ja.-ie' . . . an an. at my Q. its L Kc, 1.
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. . . a future dentist. '
football . . . his hobbies are mechanics and gardeningk' 1 , .f 6,57
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FRANCES DRUSKO . . . the busy girl with a friendly
smile . . . worked on the library staff . . . frequently
seen at Chickodds . . . plans to be a stenograplier.
DICK DUNMIRE . . . "Dick" was one of the peppy
drumbeaters in the band . . . a little quiet . . . extremely
friendly and lots of fun . . . plans to study medicine at
JOHN EVANS . . . Riviera usher . . . always grinning
. . . model ships are his hobby . . . hates not being a
millionaire . . . talented in mechanical drawing . . .
college or Navy.
KEITH EWING . . . good looking guard on the
ketball team . . . also active in bowling and on
yearbook staff . . . college and marriage are ahead
LAVERNE FAHS . . . "Pierre" . . . anyone can tell
by that build that football is his favorite sport . . .
he's easy going . . . a Martinsville boy . . . plans to bc
DALE FEIIRMAN . . . enjoyed Mr. Tttskey's shop '
class . . . likes hunting and fishing . . . member of the
' track team . . . plans to attend an electricians' school.
BEVERLEY A. FOLEY . . . "Bev" , . . always laugh-
ing . . . talkative . . . seen at basketball and swimming
contests . . . likes dancing and bowling . . . says her
fnpet peeve is men!
MARGARET FOLEY . . . "Peggy" . . . active tnember
of the German and glee clubs . . . took part in the
junior play and the oratorical contest . . . dislikes
heavy make-up . . . college.
LOUISE FONZI . . . "Zeek" . . . cute dimples and
dark hair . . . G.A.A. letters . . . a great help on the
attendance staff . . . a future receptionist and switch'
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DORIS FORKEY . . . "Forkey', . . . good badminton
player . . . an active G.A.A. member . . . sport letters
. . . she whispers "For corn's sakeli' . . . will wait for
her wish to come true.
NORENE FORTH . . . efficient . . . Honor Society
member . . . favorite hangout is Yianilo's . . . won
honor letters . . . hard worker . . . good luck as I. B. M.
RAYMOND J. FORTON . . . "Ray" . . . easy to get
along with . . . football . . . basketball . . . Varsity Club
. . . likes to laugh . . . sports letters . . . plans to attend
MARILYN L. FOSE . . . quiet but full of fun . . .
- ' --cgnguage award . . . fond of skiing . . . enjoyed Miss
yers' history class . . . honor letter . . . Latin Club
- scribe . . . future nurse.
JUNE FRECK . . . happy-go-lucky . . . G.A.A. . . .
liked business management and football . . . she loves
to talk . . . exclaims g'Oh great!" . . . she just wants
to be happy.
MARVIN J. FRITZ . . . uFritz" is the "blushingest"
senior . . . friendly and sincere . . . likes football and
otlfir sports . . . hasnit decided what the future will
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' ADRIAN FRONCZAK . . . football trainer in '47-'48
., . . . Varsity Club . . . winner of sport letters . . .
"Adziu', plans to become a professional trainer or sports
-Q , JULIA FULARZ . . . 6'Shortyv . . . quiet and easy to Q
wget along with . . . likes baseball . . . is found at Vic '
' and Kai's . . . looks forward to a future as a successful f
4LOUISE CALASSI . . . '4Lou,' . . . an answer ftyiv
- everything . . . G.A.A. letters . . . haunts the Cro
Nest . . . Rome, Italy was her last home . . . intel:
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XXJCHESTER GALUSZEWSKI . . . "Chet" . . . a swell
fellow . . . everybody's friend . . . a star in football . . .
all-round athlete . . . Varsity Club . . . popular with the
MARGUERITE GARIGEN . . . cheerful personality
. . . likes baseball . . . uses all her spare time knitting
. . . dislikes people who crack their gum . . . no future
plans as yet.
ARLENE E. CATH . . . "Ar" . . . contagious gaiety
. . . glee club and Latin Club . . . took part in student
assemblies . . . plays piano beautifully . . . will study
nursing in Cleveland.
ALFREDA MARIE CAWRYS . . . "Freda" . . . jolly
. . . lots of gray matter . . . bowling . . . hobby is
"Billy" . . . can b'e heard saying "such witticismn . . 2
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PAUL J. GEARY . . . quiet . . . worked on the maga-
zine committee . . . likes to loaf . . . hockey fan . . . 7
can be seen at Manno's . . . plans to go to business
BRUCE GENTZ . . . "Butch" . . . says his pet peeve
is girls . . . an active band member . . . has a music
letter . . . he likes swimming and bowling . . . wants
his own gas station.
DOLORES GIARDINO . . . "Dee', liked senior health
and Mrs. Millar . . . is usually found at the Junction
. . . a baseball enthusiast . . . she will join the armed
RITA CIUSEPPETTI . . . active, lively Rita was a
G.A.A. member participating in baseball and basketball
. . . Honor Society member . . . yearbook staff . . .
DENNIS W. GOERSS . . . that good-looking milkman
. . . chairman of the hot dog committee . . . color
guard . . . student assemblies . . . future plansgmilkman,
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ALLAN GOLDPENNY . . . "Al" had a big part in
the speech class play . . . likes bowling . . . member of
science club . . . doesn't like girls in slacks . . . going
to Buffalo State.
ELMER F. COLDPENNY . . . is seen at the Rifle
Club practicing marksmanship . . . "Goldy" picked
history as his favorite subject . . . his future is still
INA R. GOMBERT . . . full'of fun . . . energetic
badminton player . . . hopes to beat Tonawanda this
year . . . G.A.A. member . . . will be seen as an airline
hostess in the future.
NELSON GOODRICH . . . likes to hunt and fish . . .
ean be seen working at EW. Woolwortlfs . . . liked
Miss Byers' history classes . . . hopes to be a store
GERALD GOODWIN . . . better known as "Joe" . . .
a very personable fellow . . . easy to get along with . . .
never at a loss for a joke . . . wants to become a mer-
FRANK GRACZYK . . . "Bud" was the jokster of the
chemistry class . . . likes bowling and baseball . . .
favorite hangout is Bedell's . . . will attend college.
RAY GRAF . . . "Butch" swam for N.T. and won sport
letters . . . liked physics and swimming . . . spends a
lot of time in LaSalle . . . plans to attend Notre Dame
JOAN GREEN . . . "Red" . . . energetic cheerleader
. . . no wonder she likes football . . . "Oh, is that
ever!" . . . hangs out at Phyl Broeckefs house . . . a
ready grin for everybody.
,AUDREY caves . . . quiet, friendly, smiling Fi
"Snooks" is a former T.ll.S. girl . . . doesn't have anyglt
special place to go . . . loves skating . . . her future ish
PATRICIA sumo . . . "Pappy" . . . cheerful dis. M' e
position . . . must like chemistry . . . a G.A.A. gal . . . 2
pet peeve is 1928 Chevrolets . . . plans to be an English J t ,A
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RALPH H. CUNDLACH . . . known as "Bud" . . . ' li
cheerful . . . easy-going . . . active on baseball and foot-
ball teams . . . can be seen at Crow's Nest . . . headed M - ' .xg
for college. " ,Q A
MARY GUSTEK . . . Mary is H sports fan . . . keensl A 1 3,
sense of humor . . . helped on the library and attendance ' K l L
staffs . . . an airline hostess of the future. ' N' ' I Sl
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WILLIAM GUZZETTA . . . "Bill" . . . tall, dark and X'
handsome . . . God's gift to women . . . band and r.
orchestra . . . magazine committee . . . not definite about
the future . . . maybe college.
JOAN HAAK . . . ",Ioanie" . . . short and sweet . . . U via
energetic . . . hates to be rushed . . . always smilin
. . . her future plans are to be a secretary to a 'Abig-
MARIE HACER . . . quiet, but mischievous . . . likes
badminton . . . hobbies are dancing and knitting . . .
dislikes people who talk too much . . . will be a private
DOROTHY HANES . . . easy to get along with . . .
pleasant to know . . . spends her time roller skating or
reading . . . liked interior decorating . . . a future
DONALD HASTINGS . . . "Bones" . . . always heard
saying "put something in the pot, boy" . . . he thorough-
ly dislikes girls who smoke . . . has no plans for the
future as yet.
DONALD IIEBERT . . . another Dick Contino . . .
"Nig's" favorite pastime is playing his accordian . . .
cheerful and cute . . . he often exclaims "Oh nuts!"
. . . will study art.
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GLORIA HENNEBERCER . . . "Clor" . . . tall and
attractive . . . a transfer student from East Aurora . . .
,W :.. , has made many friends this year . . . plans to be a
I ' BRUCE HENNINGER . . . "Junior" . . . always good
natured . . . loves. work . . . fond of the wide open spaces
. . . favorite sport is dating . . . hopes to advance at
BERNICE A. HIMMELBACH . . . quiet . . . nice to
If know . . . Miss Byers' history class was a favorlte . . .
5 1 added musical talent to glee club . . . hobbies are read-
j ing and dancing.
,HN GGY HOLLAND . . . '4Peg" . . . worker on hot dog
1 L committee . . . personality plus . . . full of fun . . .
V ' likes to ride horses . . . chemistry was tops with her . . .
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5. , I I "' "'WILLIAM O. HOLMES, JR .... "Bull" . . . a good-
I looking guy with broad shoulders . . . likes hanging out
if L in Sanborn with Ben . . . plans to receive a physical
'ii' -zz 5 education degree.
I f MARIE HOTZE . . . "Hutsie" . . . full of the dickens
, . . . always on the lookout for yellow convertibles . . .
attendance and cafeteria staff . . . a beautician in the
PHYLLIS HROMOWYK . . . "Phyll" . . . hot dog
committee . . . NORTH STAR . . . G.A.A. letter
ia .. . . . Honor Society . . . seen at Crow's Nest and Ton-Teen
't Q 1 f . . . secretarial work in California.
-eff DONALD HURTUBISE . . . "Don" was the little
V brother in the junior play . . . likes bowling . . . he
fi 5 just loved fourth period German! . . . has a hot rod
lri if . . . college is his aim.
, t ,gg X sy DOUGLAS HURTUBISE . . . "Motley" likes to "hot
" ' i jigs, X rodii around in the family limousine . . . frequently
as QQ? found roller skating at Rainbow Rink . . . will have
fun staying single.
A VA AMES ERNEST HURTUBISE . . . "Jim" . . . his
A A I JNL ai rite subject is learning how not to do work . . .
nn ,Q ,mt Q V ngs itieiipltls . . . spends his time at the roller rink or
' 1 is V n ll MAQLORENCE JEHRIO . . . "Jerry" was one of the
x Y ' ig -3i 9 f . Lfxgvfery capable attendance staff . . . tall and smiling . . .
I . ' ig- N won honor letters . . . plans to be a stenographer.
Q 1 ' lt RICHARD E. ,IERLA . . . marched with N.T.H.S. band
i ' ' ,t of x-,l XQLJ . . "Monk" likes hunting and fishing . . . worked on
g, 'f g 'Hp . ? 0 ' Lf' the farm after school . . . plans to join the air force.
if A 'Q curronn JOHANNS . . . 'fJ0e,' . . . worked with the
stage crew s. . . tennis . . . likes hunting and fishing
I . . . spent his time in Mr. Fick's shop . . . uncertain
' . about his future.
.A -RICHARD JOHNSON . . . "Dick" . . . a scholar . . .
f ' liked math and physics . . . cheerful . . . future plans
are to become a draftsman . . . he's a newcomer from
- 5 LRONALD KARRE . . . likes to bowl and play hockey
.."i-'in- the Gratwick stone pits . . . "Shorty's,' peeve is
' people who lean on his shoulder . . . a future linotype
DIANE KELLY . . . "Dinny" can often be heard saying
'let's g-on . . . sweet and lovely . . . personality plus
. . . wants to have a good time . . . likes to read, skate
RAYMOND KISSEL . . . "Rayi' was successful in
swimming . . . member of Honor Society and art staff
. . . will be a success as either a naval officer or com-
LEONARD KORCZYKOWSKI . . . f'Corky" . . . a
man of few words . . . Honor Society . . . active on
senior committees whi 1n c r w l fol du
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ALVIN KORTIIALS . . . his silence makes him a
model student . . . "There is a place in the world for
everybody" . . . history with Miss Byers was his favorite
LOUIS KOZEN . . . as an immovable guard and tackle
on the football team, "Lou" will always be remembered
. . . friendly and smiling . . . wants to study engineering.
HAROLD HENRY KREGER . . . likes to bowl at Park-
side's . . . "Harry" made a handsome color guard . . .
spent all his time in Mr. Parske's art classes . . . no
ARI..E'I'I'A KRIEDEMANN . . . could be seen bowl-
ing or skating . . . nice to know . . . worked in the
"caf" . . . enjoyed history class . . . "Letty" is a future
HAROLD KROPP, JR .... "Harry" . . . quiet . . .
goes to night school . . . can be seen at Murphy's . . .
always fixing that Ford . . . plans to be a tool and
JAMES KUEBRICH . . . likable and friendly . . . Mrs.
Millar was "Jim's" favorite teacher . . . ready smile . . .
pastimes consist of swimming and roller-skating.
JOSEPH KUKUCKA . . . "Joe" . . . a quiet, shy fellow
. . . not much to say . . . keeps to himself . , . dry
sense of humor . . . keeping his future a big dark secret.
ZIGMUND LACHACZ . . . one of Mr. Parske's boys
. . . art staff . . . student assemblies . . . likes fishing,
dancing and drawing . . . will earn his living as a
WESLEY LANCE . . . "Bill" likes to loaf . . . was
active on the art staff . . . liked Miss Byers . . . his
interest lies in swimming and boats . . . a future Navy
DONALD LANE . . . "Don" is always ready with a
laugh . . . pastimes are bowling and dancing . . .
amiable . . . glee club member . . . will wear a
uniform in the future.
JAMES LAROSE . . . "Red Hot Jim" . . .
boy . . . bowling league secretary . . . good hack stroker
. . . pet peeve is school . . . to try for a future in
KENNETH H. LAVERY . . . likes football
and bowling . . . Miss Byers was his favorite teacher . . .
"Ken" plans on being an independent young business
WILLIAM LAVERY . . . "Bert" is a very good bowler
. . . fformer pin-stigker-no wonderi . . . one of Mr.
Hatch's favorite students . . . his desire is to own a
farm some day.
BEVERLY LEWIS . . . likes sports . . . especially '
horseback riding . . . always cheerful . . . a nice person
to know . . . "Bev" hopes to be seen as a housewife in
CLIFFORD LLOYD . . . "Clif's" hobby is eating ice
cream the works at Manuel's Ice Cream Bari . . . a
frequent patron at the Riviera . . . may attend Alfred
DONNA LOWDEN . . ."Don" . . . jolly and full of
fun . . . NORTH STAR photography editor . . . baseball
enthusiast . . . collecting dolls is her hobby . . . to be
seen keeping house.
RICHARD LUBERACKI . . . favorite sports are
hockey and swimming . . . NORTH STAR sport staff
. . . "Bert" is tall and blond . . . rather shy . . . he dis-
likes girls who smoke.
WILLIAM LUBS . . . "Bill" . . . our star trumpet X
player . . . music letters . . . a participant in student
assemblies . . . likes to go to football games . . . wants
to go to college. . W Q
RICHARD LUCZYWEK . . . Mr. Fick and shop top
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"Dick's7' future plan is to join the Navy and see the
ALBINA MACIDCI-IA . . f'Bina" . . . small and sweet
. . . nice personality . . . likes dancing and swimming
. . .Lhates to hear.that 'gSpike's orchestra is playing this
CLARENEE MAERTEN . . . "Windy" is tall and
quiet . . ., a top salesman . . . friendly . . . a mechanic
'at heart . mechanic or truck driver in the future.
X JEAN MAERTEN . . . 'fMerv' . . . liked working in
. Il fgoom 7 . . . hot dog committee . . . always found where
f there's fun . . . small and sweet . . . is planning to be a
N X Secretary.
4 RAYMOND MALONE . . . "Ray', was a dominant
figure 'on the football field . . . was a member of Varsity
Y Club . . . active in track and swimming . . . future is
i ' undecided.
l lCONAL MARTIN . . . won music letter as color guard
' . . . participated in bowling, sold hot dogs, and acted as
M.C. in talent show . . . will teach history.
MARILYN MARTIN . . . 4'Mert" has nice blond hair
. . . quiet but lots of fun . . . honor letters . . . enjoys
typing, square dancing and knitting . . . plans to be a
' ROBERT STANLEY MARZYNSKI . . . "Bob" . . .
s X . p' small, quiet and nice looking . . . easy to get along with
t . . . has little use for girls . . . has nothing definite
planned for the future.
:.. NORMA MEISNER . . . this cute redhead worked
hard on the ring and hot dog committees and yearbook
art staff . . . pleasing disposition . . . likes to laugh . . .
E WILLIAM MEYER . . . "Bill', . . . tall, dark and
handsome . . . keen about bowling . . . loves to talk
about his favorite hobby-making money . . . plans to
become a chiropractor.
GLENN C. MEYERS . . . "Wimp,' . . . active in foot-
- , - ball, track and Varsity Club . . . liked Mr. Bitte-rs' teach-
. ing . . . enjoys woodworking . . . no definite plans for
:iv LORRAINE A. MIELCAREK . . . quiet but lots of
1 fun . . . participated in a student assembly . . . played
basketball . . . likes tennis and health . . . plans to be a
JOAN L. MILLIMAN . . . '6.loanie" . . . energetic . . .
, , , always laughing . . . honor letters . . . on art staff and
' hot dog committee . . . worked in room 7 . . . Honor
- Society . . . enjoys dancing at the Ton-Teen . . . will
""' study commercial art.
' ' THOMAS R. MIS . . . "Tom's" favorite subject was
is A fti . history with Miss Byers . . . baseball, dancing and read-
A i , ing top his hit parade . . . his future plans include
took part in junior play . . . belonged to German Club
ARLENE MISLIN . . . "Miz" . . . happy-go-lucky . . .
. . . hobby is roller skating . . . ber ambition is to be
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WINSTON E. MOELLER . . . "Moe" . . . won honor
. and music letters . . . interested in bowling and base-
. W.. ball . . . boys' glee club . . . liked bookkeeping . . . hopes
to be an accountant.
..' JO ANN HELEN MOLNAR . . . "Io" . . . keen sense
,. ... ' of humor . . . can be found at Brinson's . . . attendance
' ..,. get Vand library staff . . . bowling . . . glee club . . . will
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Q uxgnfrsi-. ti DOROTHY MULLICAN . . . cute as a button . . .
Ei . JV. literary staff, cap and gown, magazine and hot dog
,JPN ii' y committees . . . "Dot', liked speech . . . German Club
0tl,t,XYv7" . . . laboratory technicology.
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with rctuly aml clu-z-rlul smilc for all . . . is fountl at
tIrow's N1-st . . . plans to take- an offict- joh . . . lat:-r
ROBERT NICELY . . . Varsity Club me-mhcr . . .
In-lpn-fl makc a succcssful swimming tcam . . . "Roh" '
is oftt-n sn-cn tlancing at tht- Crow's Ncst . . . lovcd t0 ' K, r'
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RARRARA NORRIS . . . quicl and swcct . . . spark- l
ling cycs . . . now cmploycfl as a clcrk at Murphy's
. . . looks to a futurc as se-crm-tary to a watch rcpairman.
RICHARD A. NORRIS . . . lah-ntc-tl me-mhcr of '48,
'49, anal '50 NORTH STAR art stalls . . . rccipicut of
nume-rous art awartls . . . llonor Socicty . . . may att:-ntl
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IRENE I,. OLEKSAK . . . activc in C.A.A .... on C 3 .
thc hot :log 1-mninittcc . . . tall and slr-ntlcr . . . I
lu-autiful 1-ycs anrl cute- alimplcs . . . founcl whcrc tlu-re-'s '
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EUGENE S. OLSZOWISKA . . . yotlill oftcn sci' ,M g
"Crm-" wailing on pcoplc hantl and foot at Susty's 3f3il'if5'l,.l'?
Shot-shinc . . . tlislikrs girls smoking . . . hope-s to 'i 5
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EUCENIA J. ONDAK . . . "Gina" lovcs Cliickmltrs
coke-s . . . always has a gootl timf' . . . frientlly antl
nice- . . . "What ah'm gonna rio?" . . . will stutly H
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ALICE ROSE OSTROWISKI . . . C.A.A .... work:-cl A Q
in room 7 . . . activf- in sturlf-nt asscmhlics . . . likvd at jf '
spm-ull class . . . ht-r hohhics arc cooking and baking 'Y 2
. . . futurc house-wifc. s .,., ggt
NIEI. ERNEST OSYVALD . . . star of thc haschall 'li ' 5
tcum . . . outstanfliuu in howling . . . full of lun antl
vr-ry likahlc . . . "Oz" shoulrl makz- a gootl physical -
cal. tt-at-lwr and roach.
,IOIIN PACZOS . . . nu-mlrcr of llouor Som-it-ty . .
"Pakc" lu-lpcsl makc a succcssful swimming tcam . . .
Miss llyt-rs toppt-rl his hit paratlc . . . art was his
favoritc suhja-ct. F
LAURICE PADWA . . . "l.aury" . . . well like-tl hy J
cvs-ryonc . . . plf-asant smile- . . . lazy pt-ople he-warv
. . . likcs to sing swcct music . . . a futurc as a singe-r
is lu-r aim.
JOHN PAPSIDERO . . . "Pups" . . . haskcthall, foot-
lrall, antl stutlcnt ass:-mhlit-s . . . l.atin antl glce cluhs
. . . honor auul lunguagc awarmls . . . llouor Souix-ty. S
NORMA PIIELAN . . . qui:-t and nicc . . . tlry scnsc ,
of humor . . . ln-autiful hair . . . likcfl Mrs. Millar's
hculth class . . . anothcr G.A.A. girl . . . wants to loaf
in tht- futurc.
EUGENE l'lE'I'AK . . . "'l'rinklc" . . . tall. tlark. and fa
huntlsonu- . . . pre-siclcnt of hantl in junior yo . . .
lrautl, orclu-stra. anal 1-aft-tcria staff mcmln-r . . . won
hanrl lm-ttcr . . . lows to play antl listcn to music . .
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ROSEMARY PINKOWISKI . . . "Pinky" . . . in the
snort low-rs' group . . . lncmher of C.A.A. anfl Ce-rman '
Cluh . . . photography stafl' . . . "No sr-nsc of humor?"
. . . physical 1-ml. ta-aclicr.
l,UCH,l.E A. PLETCHER . . . tiny antl Cute as a
llllllltll . . . "Lulu" was in thc glow- cluh antl has won
a music lt-tts-r . . . work:-tl on the REVIEW . . . wants . H
Io lwcunu' an ullicc clt-rk. '
RICHARD PRIMEAU . . . l'Dick" . . . short hut fun
. . . lnlontl, wavy hair . . . sports enthusiast . . . cafv- L, .
te-ria stall . . . like-cl math . . . hopt-s to become an
ARTHUR PROIIASKA . . . "Burl" . . . one of thc
ft-llows un tht- hut tlog committce . . . likcs tlriving the
family car . . . hates to walk . . . nicc to know . . . no
future- plans as yr-t.
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IRENE PYTLIK . . . worked on the library staff . . .
charming "Renew spends most of her time at Chickodds
. . . doesn't like moody people . . . no decision about
DELLA J. REES . . . "Dusty', . . . NORTH STAR . . .
library staff . . . sang in glee club . . . active in base-
ball and bowling . . . won music letter . . . intends to
be a stenographer.
JOAN REINHARD . . . "Jo" . . . quiet but full of
fun . . . Latin Club and library staff member . . . plans
to be a nurse at Buffalo General . . . good luck.
ELMER A. RICHARDS . . . "Sonny" . . . active mem-
ber of the bowling team . . . his favorite sport is
skating . . . his hobbies are building and mechanics
. . . will join the Navy.
GRACE R. RICHARDS . . . "Brownie" worked with
the library and cafeteria staffs . . . likes a good time
. . . dislikes bashful and shy males . . . future airline
ANN RISIUS . . . an active member of the French
Club and Honor Society . . . likes music . . . "Annie"
hopes to attend Buffalo State Teachers College.
JAMES RIZZO . . . nice personality . . . always happy
. . . quiet but lots of fun . . . "Jim" liked history with
Miss Byers . . . hunting is his favorite sport . . . future
JUNE RUDSINSKE . . . '6Junie" . . . nice to know
. . . played basketball . . . bowled . . . member of the
library staff . . . enjoys dancing . . . hopes to work for
EDWARD RUDZINSKI . . . capable, smiling "Ed"
was on the basketball team . . . active in other sports
too . . . a hard-worker, he will be a success.
FRANK SABO . . . 'fMeat', . . . good natured . . . went
out for track and football . . . practices photography as
a hobby . . . liked Mr. Vetteris class . . . future plans
ALICE ANNE SAMBORSKI . . . "Sammy" . . . very
quiet and friendly . . . easy to get along with . . .
worked on the attendance staff . . . likes baseball and
bowling . . . loves to cook.
ALDO F. SANTORRI . . . member of the track team
. . . president of the Honor Society . . . won language,
honor and sport awards . . . performed in junior and
senior plays . . . a future psychiatrist or psychologist.
JUNE SAYLOR . . . has plenty of gray matter stored
in her pretty blond head . . . she is a pleasant girl to
keep company with . . . will make an attractive
RUTH E. SCHIMSCHACK . . . "Shimmy" . . . our
high bowler . . . G.A.A .... glee club and library staff
. . . took part in student assemblies . . . pen pals . . .
sports . . . an office clerk.
PATRICIA MARIE SCHIPPNICK . . . enthusiastic
sports fan . . . likes to roller skate and go to Memorial
Auditorium . . . will be kept busy as a happy housewife
HAROLD SCHMIDT . . . helped to keep the teachers
happy by cracking jokes in class . . . 'fBuck" liked
physics class . . . 'fHow about that, hey?" . . . a future
in the Navy.
JANET SCHNELL . . . "Mutz" . . . another twirler for
our famous band . . . a strawberry blond . . . pretty
blue eyes . . . enjoys tripping the light fantastic . . .
a future secretary.
RHETA SCHNITTKER . . . "Frenchie', . . . likes
horseback riding . . . dislikes conceited people . . . was
active in the German Club and on the library staff.
ROBERT H. SCHROEDER . . . easy to see how
"Dimpl1-5" got his namc . . . keen on bowling, football
and guns . . . pet peeve--the short lunch hour . . . the
Army will be his career.
LEAH RUTH SCHULTZ . . . an active member in the
French Club . . . also on the yearbook staff . . . plans to
be a grade school teacher after attending Buffalo State.
MARILYN R. SCHULZ . . . "Marily" . . . quiet and
brainy . . . honor student . . . grand to know . . .
G.A.A. and German Club member . . . editor of NORTH
STAR . . . hot dog committee . . . plans on doing
mission and social service work.
LARRY E. SCIIUMACHER . . . "Shoe" . . . on the
tennis team . . . Varsity Club . . . slaves at Murphy's
. . . pet pt-eve--work . . . likes history and sports . . .
will take life easy.
NORMA SCIIWEICKHARD . . . "Norm" . . . "Jeep-
ersl" is her favorite exclamation . . . won sport letters
. . . NORTH STAR . . . Murphy's candy girl . . . will
enter nurses' training.
BEVERLY C. SEILER . . . likes badminton . . .
always smiling . . . active in the glee club . . . "Babe"
will be an airline hostess in the future . . . Oh! you
BETTY SEVERANCE . . . "Bet" . . . loads of fun
. . . library staff . . . likes history and badminton . . .
favorite saying is "You don't say', . . . future is
DOROTHY C. SHERMAN . . . "Dot" . . . active in
French Club and C.A.A .... won sports letter . . .
can be found at the Rainbow Rink , . . hopes to be a
heantician on a steatnship.
RUTH B. SIIIVELY . . . "Ruthie" . . . band and
orchestra member . . . won letters in both G.A.A. and
music . . . peeved at camera shy seniors . . . intends
to go on to music school.
ROBERT SIEMBT . . . "Bob" to his classmates . . .
dislikes girls who smoke . . . an ardent football fan
. . . a frequent patron at Thompson's . . . plans to
SYLVIA SKOP . . . tall and blond . . . "Cookie" was
a capable cafeteria staff worker . . . won three honor
letters . . . hopes to be both a good housewife and a
JOHN SLATTERY . . . "Slats,' is the "silent Sam"
of 1950 . . . quiet, friendly and a little shy, John spends
most of his time bowling . . . liked law and Mrs. Millar.
RICHARD SNOl'KOWSKI . . . "Boy, look at her"
can often be heard from "Dick" . . . friendly and
considerate . . . likes to skate and hunt . . . will attend
DONNA SOBOCINSKI . . . "Don" . . . always laugh-
ing . . . eHicient . . . busy as a bee . . . sports enthusiast
. . . yearbook literary and photography staff . . .
GEORGE SOEMANN . . . a pleasing personality
makes George a favorite . . . likes hunting, football
and Barbara . . . keen on mechanical drawing . . . he
plans to be a watchmaker.
WALTER W. SOEMANN . . . "Wally" liked basket-
ball . . . usually found at the Junction . . . sang in the
glee club . . . student assemblies . . . wants to make
a career of singing.
LORETTA SOOS . . . one of Mr. Tierney's crew . . .
can be found dancing at Crow's Nest or sipping cokes
at Ze-ff's . . . likes to loaf . . . plans to he a housewife
VIOLET ANN SOSNOWY . . . "Yi" . . . quiet and
uell liked by all . . . attendance staff . . . visits Buffalo
on weekends . . . dislikes those bashfnl boys at dances
. . . u housewife-to-be.
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MARGARET SPARKS . . . better known as "Peggy"
. . . can be seen at Zef'l's . . . a basketball enthusiast
. . . worked on library staff . . . plans to be a housewife.
JOSEPH J. STALTERI . . . "Joe" . . . the girls go
for his curly hair . . . basketball enthusiast . . . "Oh!
Nutsli' to people who think they're big shots . . .
headed for college.
JOHN STAWICKI . . . 'Gthe boy with the build" could
easily describe "Sonny" . . . Worked on the hot dog com-
mittee . . . baseball team . . . plans to study pharmacy in
HENRY STEMPIN . . . 6'Hank" was the coaches' right
hand man as manager in basketball, track and football
. . . liked math . . . won letter in sports . . . future
MYRON STENZEL . . . quiet and serious g'Mike"
enjoys baseball and roller skating . . . capable . . . very
friendly . . . a liking for mechanics will aid him as a
tool and die maker.
RONALD STENZEL . . . "Ron,' could be seen working
industriously for Mr. Tuskey . . . likes swimming . . .
favorite subject was general me als . . .,li bby is golden
EDW D EV . . . activ in t n . . .
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BAR ARA STEVENSON . . . "Bulbs" . . . ute as a
button . . . dislikes conceited fellows . . . basketball
enthusiast . . . may be heard saying "Gee whiz anawayli'
. . . housewife-to-be.
MYRTLE STEVICK . . . always cheerful . . . she loves
to play basketball . . . a sports fan . . . won many honor
letters . . . believes experience the best teacher . . .
RICHARD STILLWELL . . . "Dick" . . . quiet, pleas-
ant guy . . . swimming. football and Martinsville take up
his time . . . was a freshman and junior officer . . . future
JOHN ROBERT SUCHORABOWSKI . . . "Sucho"
. . . quiet . . . husky . . . doesn't like girls but his hobby
is dancing . . . liked typing . . . was intrigued by Mr.
Drumm's jokes . . . jokes?
RICHARD DENNIS SYDOR . . . handsome blond . . .
happy-go-lucky 4'Ben" is liked by everyone . . . fine per-
sonality . . . played football . . . .lohn's partner in crime.
BARBARA SZATHMARY . . . "Bobbie" . . . she's
always in a cheerful mood . . . library staff . . . her great
love is roller skating . . . "I can imagine" . . . future
TED TALANDZIEWICZ . . . "Tady" . . . tall, dark
and handsome . . . serious and likable . . . tennis and
bowling . . . eating and sleeping are his hobbies . . .
THOMAS MICHEAL TOKARCZYK . . . "Jake" . . .
blond and silent . . . collects popular records . . . likes
basketball . . . plans to pick up a trade at night school
. . . good luck.
IRVING TONDROWSKI . . . "Irve" . . . keen on
history . . . likes automobiles . . . quiet but friendly . . .
plans to be a business man in the future.
MARY LOUISE TORBA . . . quiet and friendly . . .
basketball enthusiast . . . dislikes braggers . . . struggled
through chemistry . . . will be found in a florist shop
in the future.
PEGGY UNFERDROSS . . . active in the French,
Latin and glee clubs . . . always busy . . . on the NORTH
STAR photography and literary staffs . . . "Pegg" is a
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IKUMAN VICTOR . . . "Vic" is a future artist . . .
probably lu-cause his favorite subject was art and Mr.
Parskc- wus his number ont- guy . . . making a million
JOAN VOUGII . . . k'5unny" . . . sports enthusiast
. . . dark und pretty . . . likes to laugh . . . always on VW'
thc go . . . can be found sipping cokes at the Junction
. . . no definite plans,
MATTHEW WALCZAK . . . looks rather quiet, but
watch ont! . . . active in football . . . likes to eat and
roller skate . . . Matly's fixture plans are to be a vct-
RICHARD WARDA . . . '-what hart: luck" moans 72 DM..
"Wallle" . . . wants to be a big business man . . . plans
to make a few million dollars and then retire. tNeed
ARTIIUR E. WARRANT . . . friendly and quiet . . .
"Art" liked wood shop with Mr. I-'ick . . . easy to know
. . . football is his favorite sport . . . "that's for sure" he
lovcs to say.
Il. WILLIAM WARRENDER . . . "Bill" won a music
letter in glee club . . . active in bowling, tennis and
Latin Club . . . future includes pharmacy at U. B.
.I0lIN WEBB . . . "Jack" . . . will take care of your X
pharmaceutical needs -when he-'s not driving around in J
the company car . . . goes in for hunting, fishing and
MARIAN WERBERGER . . . eager worker of the hot X, f X N 2f
dog stand and attendance cr:-w . . . small and friendly A3 r A is
. . . dislikes slow people . . . hopes to become a beau- -' '
ELSIE WERNER . . . popular . . . active in baseball,
G.A.A. and many more groups . . . famous for giggling
. . . wants to be a surgical nurse at DeGraff.
ALLAN WERTII , . . sparkling with personality . . .
expresses himself fluently with "huh" . . . ice-skating'
fun . . . plans to be a butcher. ,Li
JEAN WHERRY . . . "Jeanne" . . . tall and sweet . . 'R 3
active in sports . . . a good worker . . . llonor Socie, ' 'J .ty -A
. . . junior play . . . Latin Club . . . headed for nursmvli J! "'
at Buffalo General. .Af 35,3 'L
,IOIIN P. WIIII'l'l.E . . . a constant nuisance to NM , Q 0 KQQ7'
Bitte-rs . . . hockey and hunting are his favorites . . . M ' Try. ' g..-
"F, ll." will attend N. Y. Institute of Applied Arts ant ': ' L " A 'iii ffl:
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Rl'l'A WILBUR . . . "Rec" . . . dreamy eyes . . . lots of K
fun . . . honor letters . . . NORTH STAR ass't-editor 1 , H
. . . likes roller skating . . . assembly programs . . . will 'Qf
be u housewife. ' J, qw
NORBERT c. wn.KE . . . easy to get along win. . . . , .fn-UZ I
"Nob" was very active in bowling organizations . . . in X if1'.gl'Af",":9
tht: future he plans to go to work. Y'
STANLEY WLODARCZYK . . . "Joe" dislikes girls
who tease and can be he-ard muttering "That's enoughlw NQJ!
. . . like-s plat-es full of fun . . . plans to join the V
Army Air Force. l
ROBERT B. WOJEWODA . . . "Bob" . . . cap and ,' if-J
gown committee . . . tall and blond . . . a good tennis W, ly
player . . . likes to dance . . . a great card shark . . . X
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DOLORES WURL . . . "'l'ootie" . . . hot dog committee lvklfv i , X. 1 Q
. . . small and pretty . . . nice clothes . . . likes to laugh i, ii.:
. . . worked in room 7 . . . likes Vallis' cokes . . . ' - "
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PAULINE YANKOVICII . . . "Yankee" dislikes men
who think they are superior to women . . . her favorite ..
hobby is loafing . . . will teach handicapped children
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KATHYRN ZAEPFEL . . . blonde, vivacious "Katie"
Q p . . . giggles like mad . . . lots of fun . . . active in bowling
R p .I -. rliz up and G.A.A .... plans to be a medical technician.
t , ,C ' 47 EUGENE ZIEHM . . . "Nouge" was a member of the
' . in -f-v A track team . . . active in Honor Society . . . was on
A L' ' literary staff of the NORTH STAR . . . pet peeve-two
. .R-I ..,t. periods of physics.
,Q A fi LOUISE MARIE ZIOLKOWSKI . . . "Luc" . . . fun
ii to be with . . . badminton star . . . G.A.A .... likes to
,s walk . . . attendance crew . . . UHOW 'bout that, aye?,'
i . . . a French scholar.
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RICHARD BOURNE . . . "Dick', came from Randolph
Central . . . attended Boys' State . . . active in sports
. . . senior play . . . chorus . . . won history prize . . .
to be seen at U.B.
PATRICIA DAVIGNON . . . "Pat" . . . sweet per-
sonality . . . conquered high school in three years . . .
graduated last August . . . a student nurse . . . future
lies in nursing.
VINCENT R. DOHERTY . . . '6Vinie,, . . . Pepsodent
smile . . . played inter-mural basketball . . . likes Grat-
wick section . . . ushers at Riviera Theater . . . future
ERNEST G. EICHLER . . . "Gus" . . . friendly and -
nice . . . hot dog committee . . . likes to play cards . . .
bozling . . . future plans are to teach Bill Choboy how
THERON E. FISHER . . . serious, hard-working "Prof"
was a member of the French Club . . . also active in
student assemblies . . . plans to attend college and then
ROBERT HUFFMAN . . . "Bob" has a wonderful
sense of humor . . . pleasant personality . . . usually had
a witty remark to pass out in every class . . . likes to
have a lot of fun.
DON MACKENZIE . . . "Mac" served on the hot dog
committee and took part in student assemblies . . . he
likes swimming . . . rifles are his hobby . . . plans to
join the Navy.
RON MALIS . . . one of those nice, quiet football
players . . . a football letter . . . pleasing smile . . .
keeping his future a secret.
RONALD NOWAKOWSKI . . . "Nowa" . . . wonderful
personality . . . track . . . swimming . . . bowling . . .
football . . . works on his motorcycle as a hobby . . .
has college in mind.
,LOUIS PARISH . . . "Lou" . . . tall, lanky blond . . .
happy-go-lucky . . . track and football letterman . .
interested in hunting, fishing and woodworking.
ROBERT ROSSI . . . uBob" wants to attend vocational
V ' school . . . shop was his favorite subject . . . helps his
father as a carpenter . . . time after time he says "how
PETER SARRATORI . . . "Dutch" . . . left half on our
football team . . . a regular rocket . . . a member of the
Varsity Club . . . went out for baseball, basketball and
IRVING WILLIAM SCHULTZ . . . "Slim" . . . tall,
friendly and pleasant . . . Naval Reserve . . . likes tall
girls . . . active student at LaSalle . . . plans to spend 20
years in the Navy.
ALLAN LEVERENTZ . . . tall, quiet and brainy . . .
was active on senior committees . . . whiz in chemistry
. . . enjoys football games . . . "Ain plans to be a chemist.
JAMES LOUGHREY . . . "Jim" . . . a Sanborn boy
. . . is fond of hockey and football . . . liked hanging
around Mr. Tuskeyis shop . . . keeping his future plans
TED URBANIAK . . . lots of fun . . . swell dancer . . .
, dislikes bores . . . thinks history was a lot of fun . . .
likes to keep Ernie Green's place in good shape . .
LESTER WAKEFIELD . . . "Les" was a newcomer
from Kenmore High . . . handsome blond . . . likable
and friendly . . . works as a clerk and mechanic . . .
We, the senior class of 1950, being of unquestionably sound mind and body, do
hereby bequeath the material for which we will no longer have any particular need
to those who are destined to trod our paths in the future years:
To the cafeteria workers-unbreakable milk bottles.
To the faculty-model students like "Miz Belvedere."
To the junior class-a junior prom.
To the Honor Society-as successful a year as we have had.
To the student body-more student assemblies.
To the swimming team-a victory over Kenmore.
To Mrs. Woods-students who "watch the board while she runs through it again."
To the stage crew--a picture in the yearbook.
To Mr. Lowry-a lifetime supply of limitless patience.
To the track team--a championship team.
To Miss Kothen-continued success as the director of the junior play.
To the language clubs-a trip to Europe.
To the sophomore class-a grand piano. ' i
To Mr. Parske-young artists who listen and understand.
To the driving classes-time, patience and fewer telephone poles.
To the janitors-wrapperless candy bars.
To Mr. Bitters-continued signs of prosperity
To the freshman class-freshman assemblies.
To the speech class-a 6' mirror and a radio program of their own.
To the J. V. basketball team-pogo sticks.
To the yearbook art staff-another artistic duo like Norris and Di Bernardo.
We hereby appoint Mrs. Martin as executrix of this will for the senior class of
1950, trusting that she will justly execute our demands.
Signed and witnessed this first day of J une, in the year of nineteen hundred and
Leah Schultz y Aldo Santorri
Peggy Unferdross Ronald Dawes
The great swami, Azi Hozodo, gazes into his crystal ball and, as he passes his hand
quickly about it, we hear him say-
'6As the clouds break, I see the festive preparations for the maiden voyage of the
ship, the U.S.S. North Star. In the crowd I see many personalities of 1960.
uFirst of all, I see our first lady president of the United States, Julie Buzzelli, pres-
ent forthe ceremonies. She is surrounded by Secretary of State Aldo Santorri, gov-
ernment secretary Donna Sobocinski, and Secretary of Navy Bruce Henninger. Ap-
pearing in their gold braid, I see Ray Malone, John Evans, Ray Forton and Gerald
Goodwin representing the navy in the capacity of admirals.
HA very famous stream of passengers is waiting to board the ship to sail for Eu-
rope. Prominent among these is the celebrated Olympic Team consisting of Pauline
Schulmeister, Jeanne Wherry, Rosemary Pinkowski, Cele Camarre, Ruth Schimshack,
Joan Green, Doris Forkey, Norma Schweickhard, James Beutel, Roger Colton, Dennis
Dempster, Dave Comstock and John Whipple.
'4The famed biologist, Jean Canaday, who discovered a cure for lovesickness, is
arriving with the noted historian, Theron Fisher, and the renowned missionary work-
er, Marilyn Schulz. Also making their appearance are the authors of the latest best
sellers. Some of these are Allan Leverentz, Leonard Korczykowski, Patricia Cooper,
Rita Wilbur and Peggy Unferdross. Alan Beeman, Conal Martin, Pauline Yankovich,
Leah Schultz, Ann Risuis, Ed Stevener and Arline Mislin are going abroad to con-
tinue their intellectual studies. Teachers never get a rest. The last of the passengers
are arriving now. There are the retired industrialists, Buck Schmidt and Dick Still-
Well, with the international dairy man, Dennis Goerss.
uThe gang plank is lowered and Julie Buzzelli cuts the satin ribbon across the gang
plank with golden shears. As the passengers go aboard, the band of James Bingert
strikes up and plays a lively tune. The members of his famed orchestra are Eugene
Pietak, Ruth Schively, and many othersfiwho, ten years ago, made the N.T.H.S. hand
one of the best. Among the entertainers are Janet Schnell, William Lubs, Dorothy
Mulligan, Twilva Broecker, Virginia Cox, Jackie Andrees and Margaret Foley. Wait,
there seems to he a commotion on board. .Why, they have a stowaway, and it's none
other than Jim Hurtubise, Esqf' in
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Standing: ROIIEIIT S'roI.zENBIInc, soph. treasg CHARLES 0,BRIEN, jr. vice-pres.g CAROL SODI-1N,fl'6Sh. treas.g DANIEL
Krzizrrz, mph. vice-pres.g JOAN STOREY, fresh. vice-pres.g ROBERT RESZEL, soph. secy.
Scu1ml.- llmumzr CAIII.soN, fresh. .secy.g JAMES LABUSHESKY, jr. pres.g SALLY To1vIAszEwsKI, soph. pres.g WILLIAM
lloI.I.ANII, fresh. pre.s.g ARDITII LUTIIER, jr. secy.
William Holland spends his time maintaining an honor average and playing basketball.
Joan Storey who is a leading honor student is also treasurer of the French Club.
Harriett Carlson who is an honor student is also a twirler for our N.T.H.S. Band.
Carol Soden, who is a member of the French Club too, spends some time at the Y.W.C.A.
Sally Tomaszewski, who dreams to the music of Guy Lombardo, plans to be a secretary.
Daniel Keefe, active in track and J.V. football, hopes to add D.D.S. to his name.
Robert Reszel participated in band and Latin Club and plans to study further at UB.
Robert Stolzenburg, seen in action in LV. football games, enjoys aeronautics.
James Labushesky's pleasing personality has already won two presidencies for him.
Charles O'Brien, who is an honor student, is extremely interested in basketball.
Ardith Luther is an honor student and was a representative for the magazine drive.
Roger Urban also held the oflice of secretary as a freshman and plays basketball.
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We are the freshmen who will graduate in l953. We organized and elected our class
officers in January. We are proud of our class members, especially those on the honor
roll and also those who have participated in other school activities. Some of these activ-
ities were band, twirling, orchestra, glee clubs, yearbook staff and sports. Some of us
as yet do not know all the faculty, but we are slowly becoming acquainted. Some of the
highlights of our freshmen year were Joan Storey,s exceptionally high average on the
second honor roll, our first assembly, our first interview with our class advisers, Miss
Sager and Mr. O'Brieng our first football game, and also seeing our classmates out
there on the Held leading cheers. We, the sophomore class of next year, will go on in-
terested and determined.
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un' uhlv In hull! our In-mls high wh:-n I'0l'2lllllIg our aim-liivvi-:lic-llts of thc- past year. We
vc- vslaililisllml uursi-lvvs us an imlispensulilf- part of our school and our influence is
sh-mlily im-rf-using. You will find us in all uvtiviiies which require skill and ai truc-
-.1 use- ul' spmlsmuusliip. 'l'hv huucl, thu give clulms, the language vluhs and the J.V.
sports ull hzivi- fc-ll our pn-sc'i1i'f'. We fm-I quite cm'tuiu that we shall lw ahh' to l'ilI'I'y
on us guimling lights for thc' si-lmnl in '52,
Although wi- huvv just he-gun. wr- really iulvnml lu givv N.'l'.ll.S. sumvlhiug hy whivh
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The excitement of going to football and basketball games, and swimming and track
mgeets has greatly increased in the three years we have been in school, and each year
0 students are on the honor roll and participate in other school activities. Our
yy azine sale was very successful this year, topping last year's quota.
Our class of 1951 has done its best to keep up the tradition of the junior classes of
the past, and we will go right on to be traditionally good seniors.
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ADM! I 'I'llATIO
It seems just yesterday that we heard Mr. Lowry,s voice
come over the public address system for the first time.
Since then we have become more and more familiar with
him and have come to recognize his many duties as our
principal. He has found time from his endless tasks to
support our school activities. He is now completing his
sixteenth year as principal of our school. The many things
that he has done for us will remain with us in our mem-
ories of N.T.H.S.
"Please report to Room 7" will always ring a bell in
our memories of N.T.H.S. The attendance record is the
hig joh of our assistant principal, Mr. Tierney. Besides
this joh, he gives us a play-hy-play description of our
foothall games, takes charge of our cheerleaders and has
heen elected to guide the Sportmanship Council of West-
ern New York. His continuous interest and support of the
REVIEW and other school activities have made him very
popular with all of us students here in N.T.H.S.
As superintendent of schools during the last four years,
Mr. Jensen has helped make our school days happier and
more pleasant ones. Not only is he in charge of N.T.H.S.
hut all other schools in this city as well. ln spite of his
numerous duties he still finds time to participate in our
assemhlies and other school activities. He is interested
and always has time to help us students. Surely, Mr.
Jensen has earned the respect of everyone here in N.T.H.S.
Miss S1'nAssm nc, Mlss Worm.
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MAcI.IsCmU, MR. RICHARDS.
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Row 1: JosEPH AMBRUSKO, JR., JAMES W. FERGUSUN, GEORGE KRUEGER, DR. G. NORRIS MINER.
Row 2: DR. THADDEUS F. RESZEL, FREDERICK RoBERirsoN, JR., THURLOW C. SMITH.
We now turn our thoughts toward another important part of our school system, the
Board of Education. This year we Welcome a new member to the board, Dr. G. Norris
Miner. The other board members are Mr. James W. F erguson, Dr. Thaddeus F. Reszel,
Mr. Frederick Robertson, Jr. and Mr. Thurlow C. Smith. Helping the board with its job
are Mr. George Kreuger, clerk, and Mr. Joseph Ambrusko, Jr., school attorney.
The chief concern of the board at present is the erection of several school buildings
needed in our system. Plans are being drawn up for a new school on the Spruce Street
site. This year marked the opening of the addition to the Colonel Payne school-a
project for which the board was chiefly responsible.
We students of N.T.l'l.S. are very grateful for the interest shown in our school by the
Board of Education and sincerely hope that that it will continue as time goes on.
Row 4: PAUL KIEDROWSKI, RICHARD DUSZKIEWICZ,
WILLIAM KRAUSE, ALFRED GUIDO, MATTHEW BUR-
SIK, JAMES DRISCOLL, JAMES TOOKE, ROBERT
MARTIN, ALLAN Fox, GARY MEISENBURC.
Row 3: JAMES HEIMAN, THOMAS BENTZ, STEVE
JACKSON, JOHN BAYLISS, ROBERT STOLZENBURG.
Row 2: JOSEPH SEILER, LARRY DELP, JOSEPH
BIENKO, RICHARD BRAECES, JAMES J EEVES, RICHARD
DUNMIRE, WILLIAM BARNES, ROGER URBANO, JOHN
Row I: WILLIAM NIMETZ, CARLO MERLETTI, DON-
Right now we take great pride and pleas-
ure in presenting to you our junior Varsity
football team, commonly known as the "J ay-
Veesw. Be sure that you take a good look at
their faces, because in the very near future
you will see them play on the varsity team.
Under the skillful training of Coach John
Plewak, the team upheld the fighting grid-
iron tradition of North Tonawanda High
School. This year they lost one of their
games to Kenmore 19-6 and tied the Lack-
awanna game 25-25. However, the boys won
ALD RICHERT, DANIEL KEEFE, JOHN DURICK, the LOC t and Tonawanda games with
JAMES TIPTON, JACK BURNELL, JAMES MILLER, ' ,
ALVIN POERSCHKE, scyres of 3 nd 7-19 respectively.
MV .lv N . yt
ls North Vlllttlilwillldil peppy? Bet
lite!! A lusty yell of g'Co North Tonawanda,
go" indicated the presence of our energetic
cheerleaders. Elected at the beginning of the
year after an still elimination, our varsity
squad, led hy Joan Green, consisted of Diane
Di liicco, John Hessel, Ellen Krull, Dolores
Petter and Millicent Vough. Elected to the
junior varsity squad were Richard Chohoy,
Cora Cramer, Shirley Engel, Mary Jane
Hauk, Mary llumhold and Jacqueline Wal-
During the whole year these loyal lads and
lassics showed their faithfulness urging our
teams on to victory. ' " 1
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J. V. CHEERLEADERS fnbovej
Sumuxv ENci1l,, JAcQni:LINE WALT!-ins, MARY JANE
IIAAK, Ricumm Cnouov, MARY Ruivnzoux CORA
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS fbelowj
JOHN llrxssm., DOLORES PAT!-ZR, El.Li-1N Kmul
MII.l,lCP1NT Voucn, JOAN GREEN, DIANE DI Rocco
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Row 3: RONALD MALIS, RAYMOND
FORTON, ROBERT TREMBLE, FRANK
SABO, JAMES BEUTEL, EUGENE OPALIN-
SKI, RICHARD STILWELL, MATTHEW
KALINOWSKI, JOSEPH MIRANTO, BER-
NARD KRZEMINSKI, RICHARD BROECKER,
JOHN WOYTILA, CHESTER GALUSZEW-
Row 2: JOHN PAPSIDERO, RONALD
GUST, WILLIAM MULLEN, ANTHONY
CALORUSSO, RALPH GUNDLACH, NICHO-
LAS GHISE, ANCELO D1 FRANCESCO,
EUGENE SMITH, ARCHIE HOOD, LEON-
ARD WUDYKA, RICHARD LUCZYWEK,
RONALD BOEHM, RICHARD RAMSAY,
LOUIS KOzEN, ROBERT SASS, LINE
COACH ALBERT MAGLISCEAU.
Row 1: COACH GEORGE VETTER, JACK
KENNY, ANTHONY D,AGOSTINO, THEO-
DORE RICHERT, HOWARD NEUMAN,
LOUIS PARISH, DONALD KOENIG, WIL'
LIAM BUZZELLI, JAMES DMITRENKO,
GARY CILMORE, RAYMOND MALONE
GLENN MEYERS, THOMAS YANITY,
DONALD ROOT, TI-IADDEUS URBANIAK,
BACKFIELD COACH NORMAN ROGCOW.
. F. L. F00'l'BALL CHAMPHI
Our opening game with LaSalle showed our defending champions crushing La-
Salle 33 to 0. Backfield coach Doc Roggow's crew sparked the victory behind a hard
charging line. Richert's three T.D.,s and Buzzelli's line play aided in the defeat of
Niagara Falls 32 to 6. Trott absorbed a 44 to 6 pounding at our hands with Root,
Mullen and Gilmore paving the way. Trembleis educated toe and D'Agostino's and
Richert's running helped in trouncing Lockport 51 to 6. A two-year winning streak
of 11 straight victories was broken and the only loss of the season occurred when
affiliate member Jamestown stopped us 18 to 7. The next week our team bounced back
with a 44 to 6 score over previously unbeaten Lackawanna. Highlights were Beutel's
four scores, Meyers' kicking, and N.T.'s husky line led by Ghise and Kozen. Con-
quering Kenmore in a 20 to 7 thriller gave us our seventh win of the season. Dmi-
trenko led the team to the win as teammate Beutel scored twice. Our third successive
league crown was taken when we upended Tonawanda 28 to 7.
We can he justly proud of our team, Mr. Vetter, and his competent stall.
EUGENE DEMLER, Trainer
DAVID PLUMMER, manager
RONALD Rossi, manager
HENRY STEMPIN, manager
Row 4: LESLIE BUCKLEY, mgr., JOSEPH KASZUBSKI,
DAVID RUMBOLD, RICHARD CHOBOY, RICHARD
RHODES, WILLIAM VOIsINET, JAMES LAFLEUR,
WI,LLIAM LAPLANTE, JOHN BARRETT.
Row 3: LAWRENCE NOLAN, NORMAN ROCCOW,
DAVID PLUMMER, RICHARD LUBERACKI, ANGELO
JWIANO, LAWRENCE DONNER, LEONARD WUDYKA,
JOHN KOSZELAK, PAUL KIEDROWSKI.
Row 2: JOHN DITRICK, JOSEPH BIENKO, RICHARD
ASKTEROWICZ, RICHARD JVIONTESANTI, PAUL PEL-
LITIERI, JUDD HARDY, ROBERT GRI-ICSON, DONALD
PATER, JAMES TOOKE, ROGER URBANO, LEONARD
Row 1: JOHN MARKOYICH, RAYMOND GRAE,
GREGORY KARPINEC, ROBERT NICELY, GARY GIL-
MORE, JOHN PACzos, RONALD GUST, ROCER
CARTER, DONALD ACKERMAN, RAYMOND KIssEL.
Our uJacks" have done it again. Under
the guidance of their coach, John Christman,
they have gone on and captured the N.F.L.
championship for the third Consecutive year,
thus retiring the Syracuse Cup.
Boasting a clean slate of 29 consecutive
wins, they were defeated by Kenmore ill a
very close meet, hy the score 36-30.
The J.Vfs finished with a perfect season,
defeating opposing teams by very decisive
scores. From their showing we have great
hopes for a continued strong varsity squad
which will retain the
The N.T. hasketeers completed a thrilling
and fairly successful season by finishing with
seveII wins and seven losses for a five hun-
dred percentage. The first two defeats saw
N.T. losing very close ball games. Our uRog-
gowmenv defeated the well regarded Trott
team. The spectacular games with Lockport
which N.T. won created much excitement for
The NB" team displayed excellent work
iII winning thirteen out of fourteen games to
win the ,l.V. Championship. Their only loss
was to LaSalle. Coach "Doc"LRoggow may
expect promising material for next from
this result. - 1 Qu
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Row 3: LoRNI-: MARTIN, PADI. PRoIIAsIcA, JOHN
RUDZINSKI, CIIARI.Es 0,BRll-IN, JOHN KoszEI.AK,
Row 2: MR. BANCROFT, RocER URBAN, RAYMOND
KARPINEC, JACK BURNIJLI., PETER COMSTOCK, HUGH
HAwI.EY, ARCHIIL Hoon, STEPHEN RUDZINSKI, MR.
Row I.- ANTHONY D'AcosTINo, DAVID COMSTOCK,
RocI:R COLTON, DI-:NNIs DI-:IvII'sTER, RICHARD
BRoI:cIcER, RICHARD RILEY, KEITH EWING, JAMES
'DMITRI-LNK , EDWARD RUDZINSKI, RICHARD LUCZY-
'wI:K, I.D RooT.
, Opponents N. T.
Niagara Falls ..... ... ..... .. ..... 6 1
Lackawanna ......... .... .... 3 5
LaSalle ........... .. .... ........ 1 0 8
Tron ............... ........ 3 17
Lockport ..... ..... ...... .. 1 6
Tonawanda ..... .... ....... 4 5
Kenmore ....................... ................. . . 8 6
Kenmore ..... .. .......... .. ....................... 3 5
Tonawanda ....................... .. ........... 4 2
Tonawanda .......... ....... 3 0
Row 2: MR. VETTER, PETER COMSTOCK, EDWARD
RUDz1Ns1c1, JAMES DMITRENKO, NORMAN GRABOW-
sm, JEROME RAMOCKI, LEONARD WUDYKA, HAROLD
Row 1: NIEL OSWALD, DONALD ROOT, GREGORY
KARPINEC, WILLIAM HARTBURG, THOMAS YANITY,
ROGER COLTON, THEODORE RICHERT.
Completing another successful season un-
der the tutorage Of Mr. Vetter, our "Jacks"
finished second in the final competition for
the Penn Trophy. After capturing second
place in the regular schedule they went On to
beat Kenmore in the semi-finals but bowed
twice to Tonawanda in the finals.
Ed Rudzinski was the leading hitter with
an average Over .400 while Niel Oswald was
selected for the All-Star Team as second
baseman. Bill Hartbur W S' captain and a
very eiiicient catchkrl, r t Aslants of south
paws, Jerry Rzip1lil:lQ?fffl0 Greg Karpinec.
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X N T E N R . SCHEDULE
I, J 'X A N Opponents N. T.
De Veaux ......... ......... 0 5
Nichols ............. ......... 2 3
Kenmore ....... ......... 3 2
Under the able guidance of our coach Tonawanda ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,, 1 4
. L lx ........... ......... 1 4
Ceefse Bancroft, the feeme feem ended the Tiisttpliii, .................. ......... 0 5
1949 season with the admirable record of N"'5""' Fans """' """"' 2 3
De Veaux ............ ......... 0 5
8 wins and 1 loss. It was unfortunate though, Lasaue ----- n--- f-------- - 0 5
that the lone loss of the season came at the
hands of Kenmore. Because of this loss the
team finished second.
The eight wins were obtained at the ex- o
pense of De Veaux, Nichols, T Vziwinda,
Lockport, Trott, Niagara Fal , d R ape.
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This year the 'cnet men" p d 'billy one
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round instead of the usua wo, J
Richard Riley agaifdf n the ,Section Six
Class AA individual champioihsbip.
Back row: LARRY SCHUMACHER, RAYMOND PIETAK,
RIcI-IAIIIJ THIELE, RICHARD RILEY, DONALD CARY,
Front row: JOHN MANNO, CLIFFORD JoHANNs,
MICHAEL KISIEL, JAMES Rooney, DI:NNIs DEMP-
srlzn, GARY GILMORE.
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Row 4: J. TOWERS, F. SABO, G. MEYER, L. PARISH
J. WHIPPLE, D. KEEFE, J. SARRATORI, N. Roccow
Row 3: D. KOENIG, R. MALONE, R. RILEY, J
BEUTEL, C. GALUSZEWSKI, R. LUCZYWEK, J. PANEK
D. RICHERT, W. PASCHEN, W. SCHWEITZER.
Row 2: J. NYMAN, W. BUZZELLI, G. OLDENEURG,
R. THIELE, R. RAMSAY, R. NOWAKOWSKI, R.
DICKINSON, D. GRAHAM, J. SAHR.
Row I: MR. MAGLISCEAU, D. WURL, T. BROWN
E. ZIEHM, A. SANTORRI, D. ZIEHM, A. BEEMAN
F. EL1NsK1, T. URBANIAK, MR. CHRISTMAN.
With only a handful of experienced letter-
men back, head coach Al Maglisceau and his
assistant Jack Christman were faced with the
job of building a strong team in time for the
league meet at Kenmore. Despite this our
track team took several second places in
meets and missed lirst place in three of them
by a narrow margin-once to LaSalle by
At the league meet held in Kenmore, we
finished second behind the Kenmore squad.
With first place honors garnered by Urbaniak
and Thiele and a thrilling finish by the relay
team, we out-pointed two other teams for
Everyone attending North Tonawanda
High School has heard of the Athletic Council
but few know its actual duties. Their duties
are to prepare the athletic programs, to pur-
chase athletic equipment, and sanction the
banquets and awards for our athletes. The
president is Mr. George Lowry. Represent-
ing the students are Peter Comstock and
The boys below comprise the Varsity Club,
a group consisting of lettermen of various
sports. It is their aim to promote sportsman-
ship and to maintain N.'l'.'s high ranking in
athletics. They are ably guided by their ad-
viser Mr. George Vetter.
ATHLETIC COUNCIL fabovej
Row 2: MR. BANCROFT, P. Comsrocx, Mn. STOAKS.
Row I: MR. Beans, Mn. Lowiw, Mn. JuNsr:N.
VARSITY CLUB fbelowj
Row 3: II. STEMPIN. P. COMSTOCK, R. TRHMBLE,
R. Boraivl, D. Dsrvwsrmn, R. FORTON, W. Buzz-
ELLI, R. STILLWELI., T. BROWN, R. Kisser., J.
Row 2: L. Pmusn. C. CAl.uszr:wsKI, E. Runzm-
sm, R. RJALIS, A. Hoon, W. MITLLPIN. E. SMITH,
R. MALONE, A. Fnowczmc, L. KOZEN, J. RAMOCKI,
L. SCHUMACHER, MR. Vmri-gn.
Row 1: D. CARY. C. KAHPINI-ic. A. D'AcosTiNo,
N. Oswam. R. Gusr, J. Dmmnzmco. R. Bnorcicizn.
R. RILEY, R. NICELY, D. Roor.
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Row 5: STEVICK, PALMER, ZELLNER, CARPENTER,
STURBS, LAVERY, SCHMIDT, CILLEY, BARBOUR, PRO-
HASKA, BOYLE, SYLVESTER, BAMBERGER, GREEN,
LAVEY, KUCINSKI, CLARK.
Row 4: PFUND, LOvEcROvE, LEHMAN, WHERRY,
YANKOVICH, HENNEBERCER, GIUSEPPETTI,
SCHWEICKHARD, BROECKER, GEE, BUCCIARELLI, D1
VIRGILIO, BELCZAK, MISZCZAK, FIEDYN, GALASSI.
Row 3: KOHLER, MONACO, SURACE, GILLOTTI,
BATTISTI, RUMBOLD, TRINKWALDER, SULLIVAN,
THIERINGER, TOBIN, ZIOLKOWSKI, LLOYD, GAWRYS,
Row 2: RAKOWSKI, SAUNDERS, HARDY, CARBONE,
NEWMAN, SCHULZ, MILES, MEYERS, MOROz, SHIP-
MAN, STOREY, TAscA, DAVIDSON, CAMARRE.
Row I: PADWA, FORKEY, SHIVELY, SHERMAN, COM-
BERT, MIRANTO, BRAUN, SCHULMEISTER, BUZZELLI,
PINKOWSKI, LUKE, AKSTEROWICZ, SOBoc1NsK1, D1
Rocco, PATER, SCHAEFER.
G. A. A.
As time passes by and We remember the
great events of our fun packed years in
N.T.H.S., many of us will remember our
membership in the C.A.A.
To be a member Of the G.A.A One must
have a certain amount of points. TO Obtain
these points one giiust take part in the after-
sch Ol spqrljs suibh as basketball, swimming,
b seb fihdothers.
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A the leadership of Julia Buzzelli,
' enlgx and the class representatives, the
lx , .1R.A.4lias continued making candy for the
Wellrffeserving boys who took part in the
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My Jly:Yrl'llpl 48 y
JU l0li PLAY
The weeks of rehearsal whizzed by for the
members of the junior play cast, and the big
night arrived all too soon.
The football theme, always popular in
North Tonawanda, made the already hu-
morous play even more enjoyable. Jack Cet-
man, as Raymond Pietak,s conscience, urged
Ray to become Middletown's football star,
and with the assistance of his three aunties,
Miss Kothen's able and friendly direction
made the play an occasion to look back upon
with pleasure for the cast, committees and
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SCENE FROM PLAY fabovej
CHRISTINE WILCZEK, RAYMOND PIETEK, JACK CET-
JUNIOR PLAY CAST fbelowj
Row 4: VINCENT MARIOTTI, JOYCE PETERSON,
MARY BUCCIARELLI, JAMES VELIA, JOHN EVANS,
Row 3: 0I.cA YANKOVICH, MARIAN BRAUN, BEV-
ERLY LEMKE, RONALD BoEHM, JEROME RAMOCKI,
VIRGINIA ZOBRIST, MARY DI VIRGILIO, ELLEN WALL,
Row 2: RAYMOND PIETAK, ELSIE KAHLE, Cums-
TINE WILCZEK, JACK GETMAN.
Row 1: JANIE LIVERMORE, ROGER MAzzUcIIELLI,
MARILYN PARMENTIER, DIANE DI Rocco, ELLEN
GENET, EDWINA KIPA.
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Row 4: A. SANTORRI, D. DIULLIGAN,
R. Pmxowsxl, R. GIlYSl'IPl'E'I'TI, L.
Row 3: S. DES Rosll-ms, K. ZAEI'
FEL, J. BUZZELIJ, N. SCHWEICK
Row 2: P. SCHULMEISTER, W. CUZ-
Row I: K. EWING, A. BEEIVIAN, N
DICKY, F, JEIIRIO, M. Br:LczAK. C
CAP AND GOWN
N. O'C0NNol:, L. Bmwcxr, D
NIULLIGAN, A. Lrzvl-:m:N'rz.
HOT DOG COMMITTEE
Row 3: E. EICHLEIQ, J. STAVVICKI
A. PHQHASKA, R. CARTER, N.
WILKH. J. CANAIJAY, C. NIMKTIN, J.
Row 2: W. Cnolmv, J. LIILLIMAN,
E. WERNER, M. SCIIIYLZ, J. MAER-
TEN, D. WIYRI., D. Blzsn, P. Hoi.-
LAND, J. BAYER, R. Klssrzr..
Row 1: P. HRUMUWYK. M. Cox.
M. Wmmzucl-1R, L. Soos. L. Bm:-
YCKI, D. MU1.I.IcAN. N. IVIr1lsNr:n.
Row 2: R. Comow, D. Comswmcx,
Row I: J. BI'ZZEI.I.I, C. Nrzmzu., N.
SENIOR l'l,AY CAST
SluIIIlI'rIg: 'XI,I.xx lLIII.III'I-.xxY. IJIIII-
II'IIIv XII I.I.II.xx, l'IIIIxI1 SI:III I,-
xII-.IvII.II, .luux I'xI'-IIIIIIIII, l,IcIII
S4IlII.'I'l, VL'II.I.IxxI fINNl.l'lY, MII:-
WAIKIIXI' l4uI.Iax', l,K'I'lKl4.IfK f.4ll7l'I-lli,
linvs IIIII l,Ul'QSWl4,K.
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MUTIIIIIII ANU llAl'GlI'l'l-Ill
I'AIII,INI, Sllll I.N1I-,IN'l'I-.R un I.I-.III
Sum ' I ,'I'7.
SICNIUIK PLAY l10MMI'I"l'lCl-IS
Run' ,IIIIN HIIIII'.I:IQI-III, I'1If'X'NI'Is
5l.lll-.I.I.lIIl, FNIAIX Nwv, xxll.I.lKN1
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t.III4II,Ix NIIIII., IIuNI1,xK IM'I"I'Is'I'I.
lfllll' I: l.xIIIIII-, PIIIIII. IIII-AI.
I'I'I'I.IIx. I"IIIvII-.N IJIII vw, SIIIIIIIQI'
lim liIINIII,IIN. ISI-.IIcIII.I-.I I"llI.l'.Y,
l'IIvI,I.IN IIIIIHIIIIHK. ,Inu xIIl,I,l-
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Mu HI-.I.xIIx un ,IICKNNIC
Row 4: F. DRUSKO, J. GETMAN, R. DAWES, K.
EWINC, W. LANCE, A. BEEMAN, L. KORCZYKOWSKI,
R. LUBERACKI, V. KETCH, L. HOFFMEISTER, A. SAN
TORRI, I. PYTLIK.
Row 3: R. SHIVELY, P. COOPER, J. WHERRY,
N. Scnwi-LICKHARD, R. GIUSEPPETTI, D. REBS
R. ScHIMscHAcK, D. FORKEY, P. BROECKER, L.
CAMARRE, J. BRZECZKOWSKI, C. NEDELL, L. Soos
M. Cox, P. SCHUIMEISTER.
Row 2: D. SHERMAN, M. Scmwrz, R. WILBUR
P. UNF1-gnmxoss, L. SCHULTZ. D. BLACHOWICZ, C
TOBIN, S. THIERINGER, N. FORTH, M. HAGER, I
AKSTEROWICZ, J. LIVERMORE.
Row I: L.Z1o1.KowsK1. D. lWUl.l.lCAN, N. All-IISNER
L. PADWA, J. GREEN, B. FOLEY, S. Des ROSIERS
A. CLINCH, J. NIILLIMAN, P. HROMOWYK, E. WALL
Time flys-and how well those on our
yearbook staffs know it. The editor Marilyn
Schulz, and assistant editors, Rita Wilbur
and Pat Cooper, have worked many hours re-
reading and rewriting articles to make them
fit into specified spaces.
Donna Lowden, photography editor, spent
many nights after school looking after the
taking of pictures. John Evans, advertising
manager, assisted Mr. Drumm. Vena Di-
Bernardo and Richard Norris, co-art editors,
designed the division pages with the help of
Mr. Parske. Typing presented many problems
successfully handled by Doris Forkey, as-
sisted by Phyllis Broecker.
H0 llli 0UlE'l'Y
Scholarship, leadership, character, and
scrviceesthcse are the qualifications of the
menihers of our National Honor Society. This
year their energetic president, Aldo Santorri,
and many willing mcmhers made the group
into an organization which is really a credit
to our school.
Under the capahle guidance of Mr. Crag-
hon they successfully managed the sale of
photographs taken of every student at N.T.
They sponsored a Christmas dance enjoyed
hy all who attended. The main event of the
ycar was the hanquet at the Country Club
with 'l'onawanda's Honor Society, the tradi-
tional climax of the year.
Row 3: C. OQBRIHN, A. Osfmnnc, A. Bm:MAN,
IC. Zuznm, W. C.-xNi.m', J. RAMOCKI, L. Konczr-
KUWSKI. R. Kissm., V. D1 Bignmnno.
Row 2: Mic. iilmenoiw, R. CIl'sP1l'PliT'l'I, J. Boz-
zi:1,1.1, l'. lloovm, E. WF1llNlllt, J. l'Avslm1R0. A.
SAN1'oiuu, li. Noluus, D. Al.m:RT. S. AMRRUSKO,
P. lll'll.I-', P. 'l'AYI.0R, G. Zfxsrnow.
Row I: P. 5Clllll.fVll'il5'l'l'ili. N. Folrrn. A. RIEF-
mmlicn, A. l.l'1'ni:n. .l. WIll'1ItllY. .l. Mll.LlM.xN,
S. Das Rosncns. l'. llnomowvx, A. CLINCH.
Haw., I li
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LE B0 AMI IU
The purpose of the three language clubs is to create an interest in the customs and
traditions of the language the students are studying and to give them practice in this
language. At Christmas the three clubs had a combined party with members of each club
telling of the Christmas customs of their language. Carols were sung in the three
tongues. A newcomer this year is the Latin Club, uRes Publica Romanaf, The Latin Club
members observed Valentine,s Day by playing various games. Later in the year the club
had a Roman banquet and the third year students presented the play "Aeneas and
D' 75 66 ' 77 1
ido. Les Bons Amis, the French C ub, held a joint party with the Tonawanda club
in the spring. In early May members of the club participated in the Language Festival
at U.B. At an Easter party the members of the German Club, '6Bei Uns,'7 colored eggs
with onion skins like the German people do. Last fall the club sent a box to Germany.
LES BONS AMIS
Row 3: HoLMEs, Miss SEAGRAVE, CARLSON, BoRs, P R Rl 0 A
BAMRERGER, ROOT, KoWAI.sKI, SYLVESTI-IR, TOBIN,
Row 2: SHIPMAN, HAI.I., RUMBOLD, STOREY, WEST-
PHAL, RISIUS, Sci-iULTz, UNFERDROSS.
Row I: COMMISSO, SODEN, KIEDROWSKI, GEISS,
VONA, BERNARDINE, GILLOTTI, MONACO, WEBB.
Row 4: KARRE, LoEsWIcK, CANADAY, Miss LEON
Row 3: BRAUN, ESHELMAN, BOWMAN, VOETSCH.
Row 2: SCHULZ, PHILLIPS, LUTZ, BLACHOWICZ,
CEE, BUSH, SCHENKEL.
Row 1: BROECKER, CLARK, ZUCH, FISCHER
RES PUBLICA ROMANA
Row 4: DE LoRM, SMITH, VERNON, GANLEY,
TURECKI, KOZLOWSKI, WIIDYKA, HoLMEs.
Row 3: CARBONE, LEHMAN, DERFIELD, TRINKWAL
DER, WESTPIIAL, MCKNIGHT, UNEERDRoss, HELP,
NowAK, KURASIEWICZ, MALcHow.
Row 2: LAWRENCE, NoRR1s, IFFLANDER, DEAN
KONARSKI, FOSE, WHERIKY, Miss TRUESDELL.
Row I: HOWLAND, R1vAs, CUMMING, SIMPSON
TASCA, CRAP, DE SIMONE, JOHNS, CILLOTTE, NEW
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. ROOM 7 STAFF
Strunling: J. lRJIl.I.ltVIAN, A. Crmcu, K. ZA1-:PFEL
E. ONDAK. M, ll0'l'Zl'1,lR.CIARlllN0, L. Zioucowsxi,
J. KIICINSKI, A. lRlIfl.lN, F. C.-xvvnrs. A. OsTRow-
sKl,IJ'. Jlculno, 5. Suov, I.. Fowzi.
S1'm'ng: P. lluomowru. J. DIAHRTI-IN D. Wmu,
M. Wtzlnnziumn, F. WILCZAK, M. Bnzimzowsxi, Ji
BRZHZINSKI, D. Pfrrizn, S. I'INc:i:l., D. lRIUl.l.lGAN.
Row 2: V. Kmrzu, N. Diem. L. CAMARRE, S.
Sxov, E. Pimwxx.
Row I: M. tlrousrzn, M. tlwewon. I.. tlmnsrorurn,
Smmling: M. l.I.oYn, R. Seuuviscimcx, D. REBS,
B. Siivrzimrwiii. J. Ri-:lNuAinJ, B. SZATHMARY, E.
Blisn, M. fllIEI.lKUWSKY, Mns. Tuznnm, F.
Diuwsxo, I. PYTLIK, D. Mmixovirz.
Seated: C. Cnmirzu, E. MAncm'u:u. M. IIAAK, R.
tiwnmn, T. Ruwlm, M. D1 Vmen.io, F. JAROSZCZAK,
N. Dlcxr. '
The students who make up the cafeteria, library and attendance erews deserve much
eredit for voluntarily giving up their study hall time to help out.
Under Mrs. Tierney, Mrs. Shurkey, and Mrs. Lesser these faithfuls are forever o11
the alert for wandering trays, hooks and students. The work performed hy them is a
great aid in operating the various departments eflieiently. Numerous tasks are aeeom-
plished with their eager assistance. They have showed splendid sportsmanship hy grin-
ning and hearin
Much gratitude is given these students hy the faculty for their willingness to aid the
administration. Without the eompetent help offered hy these different crews it would be
eonsiderahly more diflieult to keep the sehool running smoothly.
CAFETERIA UREW LIRRARY ,HELPER
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BAND ' all in
Row 6: BINGERT, GARDEI, URBANO, NASSIFE, BIIROESS, GLOBE, JAMES, CROSBY, EOOERT, SCIIULTZ, FRECK, FREISE,
BENWARE, YANKOVICI-I, NEWMAN.
Row 5: GALASSI, SCHIIMACHER, NEFF, VONA, ZIEHL, LAMB, MOELLER, LIIBS, BUTZRACH, DRI-III-IR, FAULHABER, WRAZIN, f 1
TYSON, STEAD, CAMARRE, DELCROSSO, GALASSI, KOFINK. PI 'F' Q,
Row 4: MERLETTI, FOX, GARLAPOW, LIARIOTTI, LEWIS, HARRINGTON, WERTH, ADAMS, SHIVELY, BOWEN, NICK, SIMPSON, 9 ,
PIETAK, ZUCII. gfx ,q
Row 3: RESZEL, SCHULMEISTER, WENDT, STRONG, LEBRENZ, WILCZEK, KAIILE, ZOBRIST, CLARK, HOUSTON, BRAUN, I A rx
GRZEBINSKI, OSADNIK, CASTELLION, LEOAIT.
Row 2: MAZZUCHELLI, DUNMIRE, GRAZEN, PETERSON, CUZZETTA, ZASTROW, MOSHER, SCHULTZ. " A .
Row 1: MR. SHEARER, KREGER, STEVENER, STIEG, NEDELL, BROECKER, ANDREES, SCHNEIIL, CHOLEWA, SCIIWEICI-ILER,
CARLSON, GOODRICII, HILDEBRANDT, PASISHNYK. Y
ORCHESTRA "X ,Q
Violins: COX, SCHULMEISTER, PETERSON, PASISHNYK, WIIEGE, APPLETON, FISCIIER, OSTROLIICKY, LESS, MAI-IER, x
BRAUN, SCHENKEL, PASISHNYK, NIOLTZAN, FORD. Violas: YANKOVICH, CALDWELL. Cellos: OSB!-IRG, SCIIWEICHLER. If
String Bass: SIIIVELY. Flute: GRZEBINSKI. Clarinet: RAEALSKE. Saxophone: CALASSI, GUZZETTA. Trumpets: MER-
LETTI, Fox, KOFINK. Horns: FAULHABER, LEWIS. Trombones: SCHIILTZ, FRECK, CROSBY. Bass: BINOERT. Percus- I
sion: MAZZUCHELLI, MOSHER, ZASTROW. Piano: TAYLOR.
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' 'y of performances. The busiest period was during foot-
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ball season when in resplendent uniforms they per-
formed intricate formations which inspired the crowd
and team. Other highlights were their annual spring
concert and the pep assemblies. Mr. Donald Shearer,
the capahle director of our seventy piece hand, had as
his assistants president, Carlo Merlettig librarian,
lVlaynard Croshyg and secretary, Pauline Yankovich.
Playing a small lint important part, the orchestra
performed on various occasions during the past school
year. Besides appearing in public at the junior and
senior plays and commencement exercises, they ap-
peared in frequent assemblies. This group, considerably
larger than previous years, played hoth modern and
classical pieces with equal skill. Eight memhers of our
thirty piece orchestra were at the annual all-state sec-
tional musical festival. Their director, lVlr. Shearer,
was assisted hy president, Louis Calassig lihrarian.
Judith Fischerg and secretary, ,lulia Ustroluclxy.
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BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row 3: ECGERT, WRAZIN, HENNEMANN, SOE-
Row 2: RAINES, GREEN, IDZIAK, TRAIN, LANE.
Row I: THOMPSON, KOTZENBERGER, LYNCH, NEAL
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Row 4: SHEPLER, ROHRDANZ, NEUMANN, THIELE
HALL, Sci-IWEICHLER, PULLMAN, GENET, RIEXINGER
Row 3: VOETSCH, NUCENT, ZASTROW, MEYERS
LUTHER, WATTERS, KROPP, BEITER, STIEG, SZATH
Row 2: ROSLUND, JENSEN, FERGUSON, PFUND,
SCHIMSCHACK, REBS, HENNEMANN, HOCK, KRUE
GER, BORS, MARRIOTT.
Row I: DAVIDSON, HARMAN, HARPER, Lmz, MAGO
RIEN, CUMMING, RIBBECK, WEYERS, CHRISTOPHER,
LA JOIE, KONARSKI.
GLEE CL If
Strains of familiar melodies Hoated on the
air when We passed the music room. Here We
found the glee clubs hard at work, under Miss
Zielinskiis able direction, to bring to the
students and faculty a bright spot in their
The hours of patient practice were brought
to light as We listened, spellbound, to the
harmonious voices as they sang Christmas
carols in the halls, or serenaded us in the
Spring concert, or graced the baccalaureate
With their music.
Recollections of the glee clubs, perform-
ances will linger in our memories.
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plants In the Tonawandas
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"T he Yard of Quality and Seruicev
FUEL AND BUILDING MATERIALS
50 Fillmore Avenue Phone 1289 Tonawanda, N. Y.
Flowers oifhstinction ARTHUR T. OTT
HOOKS FLOWER SHOP """"""m'
Phone 1670 1841 Zimmerman St. 24 Young Street Phone 1043
PORTRAIT AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
THIELE COAL 81 FEED CO.
Dealers in Oliver and Schenck Sts.
COAL, FEED AND FUEL OIL Phone 1412 Est 1907
Phone Tonawanda 4400 Member of the
Photographers Association of America
THE STYLE SHOP Est- 1894
complete line Of WATTENGEL FUNERAL HOME
Women's Wearing Apparel
307 Oliver Street
18 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y. North Tonawanda, New York
J. W. SNIDER MOTORS CORP. SUGAR BOWL
2 Delaware St.
Tonawanda, N. Y. Home-Made Candies - Light Lunches
KA Safe Place to Buy or Sell 32 Webster St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
AUTHORIZED DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALER
BASTIAN BROS. CO.
Rochester, N. Y.
Designers and Producers of Exclusive Class Jewelry
Genuine Engraved Commencement Announcements and Personal Cards
Mr. George D. Killip Box 170 Rochester 1, N. Y.
KAI-1N,S NEW' YORK STORE
Tonawanda's Largest Clothier for Men and Boys
GROCIIRIIJS M1-:ATS Best!Regara's
PfE2?,ain?I1QfIf1?T GEORGE R. BI-JRGES-EDWARD A. SLOMBA
BEVEIWPES TON- 1535 B si s Tiiick Lines
452 Oliver St.-395 Division St. 'JENELM'
124 Main St- The Home of Finer Gifts Phone 156
LOU CADILLAC PONTIAC
FISCHEPVS PHARMACY ROY ARENZ MOTORS, INC.
301 Payne Ave.
L05 Phone: Ton. 2170
BHO. DE 8840 Used Cars
NEWMAN'S FEED 81 PET STORE
354-356 Oliver Street
MABEL'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
N. Tonawanda Phone 1830 147 Robinson St' Phone 613
JOHN C. BELTZ CO. BLOCK RADIO-TELEVISION
Sales Phone 151 Service
78 Webster St.
Magazines Tobacco 76-78 Main St. NO. Tonawanda, N. Y.
The Quality Jewelers of the T onawandas
Lv If 22355:ifiwfffifFf5ff'1551r55H1':125 :f-2:r S 'f2-1-:4 M:s:I:EI1:M:3:1:2' A z 2:1 41:::-:,:1-: - .:f-:-:1::1: I: 1:1::::I:1::-zum:
76 WEBSTER ST., opposite the Riviera
SPAULDING FIBRE COMPANY, INC.
TONAWANDA, NEW YORK
DUREZ PLASTICS 81 CHEMICALS, INC
NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK
Molding Compounds, Oil Soluble Resins, Laminating, Bonding
Impregnating and Coating Resins
Always ask for . .
POTATO FRILLS .
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES Uulienne Styleb Your Protection
CHEESE FLAVORED CORN STICKS our Reputation
CHEESE COATED POPCORN
FRENCH FRIED POPCORN
TWIN CITY DAIRY
PRODUCTS CO. INC.
Phone 1069 or Your Favorite Grocer
'IA merica's F inesf'
'ISYOUNG ST. PIIONE421
finite vous LDCAI.
A 3 A rnmr ssavlcs ceurzn
CENTRAL FOOD MARKET
173 Robinson N. Tonawanda
Flowers for all Occasions
296 Payne Ave.
Phone 1195 F. T. D. Member
4-79-4-81 Oliver St.
"Buy Here and Save"
North Tonawanda, N. Y.
H. B. KOENIG, INC.
"The Old Reliable Hardware Store"
Visit Our Record and Sheet Music
BECKER, MOORE 81 CO., INC.
DePaftment5 N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
I0-12 Young St. 17-19 Main St. iv
H0515 CQAL PEOPLES CLOTHING COMPANY
Sl BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
217 Oliver Street
High Grade Clothing for the Entire Family
Open A Charge Account
North Tonawanda, New York 7416 Webster St- Phone 479
EQUIPMENT FOR Compliments of
SPORTS Qi ALL SORTS AVENUE DELICATESSEN
WI L D.iE'R , S 66 Rumbold Ave.
Webster at Tremont N' Tonawanda, N' Y'
WOLF MOTOR SALES CORP.
STUDEBAKER THE CRAMER HARDWARE CO.
Sales Service N. Tonawanda N. Y.
81 Young Sl. Ton. 619
Towing Service of all kinds
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
Watches Repair Work
Diamonds Rings of All Makes
Francis C. Elbert, Prop.
658 Oliver St.
Stone Setting N. Tonawanda, N- Y- Tel. Ton.
SIMMONS 81 HILL
Phone 1313 100 Main St. CARL LPHMAN l .
Nights: 1132-R Western New York s Radio, Television
0 3606-J T nawanda N Y and Appliance Headquarters
r O ' ' ' Main 81 Niagara Tonawanda
SALES Collision Work SERVICE
MILLIAN BUICK CO., IINC. Compliments
363 Delaware St.
RI 1522 Ton. 2854 C 0 B B A S
WARREN FECK'S RED 81 WHITE
Groceries and Fresh Meats
356 Old Falls Blvd. N. Tonawanda
312 Payne corner Schenck
Phone: Ton. 1074
CROWN INSURANCE AGENCY
C omplimgnts of
FRANK B. STACIIOWSKI, PHARMACY
Frank and Bernard, Pharmacists
Oliver St. at Center Phone 2105
NO. 1 Sweeney Building
I..ONG,S ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
North Tonawanda, N' Y' HOT POINT, WESTINGHOUSE, PHILCO,
ADMIRAL TELEVISION 81 APPLIANCES
B. Crown Holler Paul F. Peter 106 Webster St. phone 1426
N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
GEORGIAN BAY LUMBER CO., INC.
N. Tonawanda, N. Y. Phone 1818
RIVER ROAD LUMBER COMPANY, INC.
Everything in Building Material
With Best Wishes to all New Graduates
MAIN AND SCHENCK
Phone 1583 N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
ELMER A. REDEMSKE
CHOICE MEATS AND GROCERIES
Full Line of Birdseye F rosted Foods
WE DELIVER TUES., THURS. 81 SAT.
Phone 1083 365 Payne Ave.
H5110 1.U1V1B1'1R, INC. g
IUT Main St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
PHONE 740 L. DUNATO
l.llIlllll?l' anal Bllillll?I'S, Supplies LUGGAGEiSH0E REPAIR
11 Adam St.
11. MYR LUMBE11 CORP.
Tonawanda, N. Y.
1123 Main Sl. Tonawanda. N. Y. '
Ton. 4214 Sales and Service FRANKIE FRANK? SHOE STORE
W1LBU11,S Ol. S
SIIJWINIQ MAfIlllNli SIIOP 408 wer meet
IloMI':s'rIm: SI-:WING MAUIIIMQS If- . ' . 5 ,
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R F LORIS '
100 Main Slrvvt Tonawallda, N. Y. ' ' f '
135 Delaware Phone 1123---2724
Real Homemade Candies
Sodas - f Sunduvs
Greeting Canis for All Occasions
115 Coundry Street
SCHOPIYS JEWELRY SHOPPE
V I 0 Niagara Street
I' or Y nu r llarrlwurc Needs
DIAMONDS STERLING SILVER WATIZIIILS
SCHHNCK Sl11'1'1.Y. INC. .
2115 S1'1ll'IlI'k Sl.
TWIN CITY CLIQANIJIIS AND DYIJIIS
Phom' 2466 ulieller Cll'fllIiII?Q,'.,
Phono 1355 and 1356
TH IN JACIQS DINER
Open 24 Hours
.L p HM-W jl ENJOY THE BEST IN FooD
RE Webster Sz Tremont Sts. N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
N. M. WALLACE
Main St., Tonawanda
Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry
Robinson St. PhOI'lC Compliments of
CHAS. F. MEYERS
gk Insurance Agency
North Tonawanda, N. Y. Phone 30
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V, A PAPKE DAIRY C""'1jl""'f"t-'Of
1 A Seal on Hooded H?N 'SVGRILL
- , pecia izing in
' ml"Phone 14P3C3r your Pm2BggOYoung St HAM THAT IS A HAM
' 425 Old aus Blvd. N. Ton. Phone soao
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A -x MEYERS LUMBER y XIV, y I W HARB 'S MARKET
Millwork - Rooying - Wallboard ef' ' .Q 1 Q I ty 5 aylf91Gr0Cerie5
Main 81 Island Stsfl-33 13 -P' N. Tonavyanda 41 Payne ' Vep I. ly Phone 361
Pi-fowl' SJHJUD, A 'X
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CHESTER,S ONE STOP MARKET
Home of Quality Meats
510-512 Oliver St. Phone 274
27-29 Main Street
Phone 438 North Tonawanda, N. Y.
GQ ,B M
SANITARY BARBER SHOP
Payne at Schenck
12 Lockport Ave.
Phone: Ton. 3084
Open Every Day 8:30 - 11:30
Compliments of your FRED W. FICK 81
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ENDICOTT JOHNSON SHOE STORE Qualy oo wear
30 Webster St.
13 Main St. Tonawanda, N. Y.
I I North Tonawanda, N. Y.
BUFFALO BOLT COMPANY
NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y.
Y THURLOW C. SMITH
1052 OLIVER ST. N. TONAWANDA, N. Y.
STAR CLEANING sl TAILORINC J' '81 E' SUPERETTE
R 81 W GROCERIES
Expertly Done and
SWIFTS SELECT MEATS
Corner Miller and Oliver St. I I Ton. 3565
Distinctive Ladies, Wearing Apparel
45 Main Street, Tonawanda, N. Y.
WESTERN NEW YORK,S LARGEST J EWELERS
4 GREAT STORES 4
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61 MAIN STREET
Buffalo - Lackawanna - Niagara Falls
.IANKE,S SHOE STORE
Dealer in Fine Footwear
ONDAK'S BAKE SHOP
40 Young St. Tonawanda, N. Y. 433 Oliver St- PITOUC 1447
GUENTHER,S MARKET HARRY DANIELS
Groceries and Meats JEWELER
93 Rumbold Avenue 20 Main St. Tonawanda, N. Y.
Phone 1756 "Look for the Big Clock"
FLOWER GARDEN FLORIST
F O R
THE LOVELY BRIDE
FRED,S MEN SHOP
Menjs Furnishings - School Sweaters
Phone 1510 4158 Oliver St.
286 Schenck St. at Payne
Need Paint? - Buy or Specify
THE DELUXE PAINT FOR ALL SURFACES
made in Tonawanda by
NATIONAL MANUFACTURING CORP.
HUMPHREY 81 VANDERVOORT
1873 - 1950
Insurance and Real Estate
Phone 34 Tonawanda, N. Y
Schenck Street B O W L I N G N. Tonawanda
I. MILLER PICKLES, INC. Ik
"Famous for Kosher Dill Pickles"
RIVERSIDE CHEMICAL CO.
N h T d , . Y.
337 Payne Ave. ort onawan a N
Phones 2116 - 3964- North Tonawanda
NIAGARA. METAL PRODUCTS CO. PASCHENG DONUTERIA
Deszgners anrl Buzlders of
TooLs DIES AND SPECIAL MACHINERY 311 Pwnc COT- Schenck St-
METAL STAMPINCS-SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS FREDDIES DONUTS PAUL,s PIES
365 Old Falls Blvd. N. Tonawanda
Compliments of BEDELL'S RESTAURANT
BERRY ELECTRIC COMPANY FINE FOODS
GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER Air Conditioned
For Your Comfort
Corner Oliver and Schenck Sts. 83 Niagara St. Tonawanda
HAMEURGS ROAST BEEF
81 HOT Docs SEE T-V IN YOUR CAR
HOME MADE HOT SAUCE 30 YEARS OF
FRENCII F RIES SERVING FINE FOOD
HARVEY'S DRUG STORE
S. D. SPECIAL GROCERY
SOFT DRINKS -ICE CREAM - F ANCY GROCERIES
PHQNE 1198 Candy - Cigarettes Meats - Cold Cuts
Beer -- Ale Phone 692 ,I
16 Webster Street North Tonawanda 186 Tremont N' Tonawanda, N. Y-
27 Young Street
Opposite the Star Theatre
H A M P
313 Payne Ave.
Groceries and Meats
Furniture - Funeral Service
Tonawanda, N. Y.
.IESELLA'S DRY GOODS
. Dry Goods
BUFFALO STEEL COMPANY
Tonawanda, N. Y.
Notions, Men's, Ladies, and
783 OLIVER ST. PHONE 33
GABOR,S ICE CREAM BAR
Parksidels Homemade Candy
667 Oliver St. 1325-M
We Specialize in
WEDDING CAKES, PASTRIES, BREAD
VAN RAALTE CO., INC.
"Because You Love Nice Things"
715 Oliver St. Phone 574-
. AD TYPOGRAPHY
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
The Holllng Press Inc.
501 WASHINGTON ST., BUFFALO, N. Y.
HIHHTS CLEANING X TAILORING
Phone 603 57 Young Street Tonawanda, N. Y.
BERNS CHILDREN'S SHOP
"Tots to Teensn
MF1N,S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
80 Webster St. No. Tonawanda, N. Y.
STEAD OPTICAL CO.
Oculist Prescriptions Filled
265 Schenck St. Phone 1092
300 Oliver Street
300 Payne Ave.
BEST HAMBURGEIIS 81 COFFEE IN TowN
Corner First 8I Oliver
LAUREL ELECTRIC APPLIANCE AND MATTRESS Co.
74- Webster St., N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
Tel. Ton. 1587
OPEN TUES., THURS., FRI., AND SAT. EVENINGS
When You're Up Town
MANUELS ICE CREAM .BAR
Corner of Coundry and Main Streets
, Ice Cream
ZEFFREY S and
for Ice Cream Novelties
BEST SANDWICIIES AND SODAS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
5 S. Niagara St. Tonawanda for all occasions
267 Oliver Street
Phone 1669 N. Tonawanda
PIRSON AUTO PARTS, INC.
N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
The Best in Drug Store Service
The Best in Drug Store Merchandise
Prescriptions Our Specialty
PARSONS DRUG STORE
4-0 Main Street S. SI I. Treger
HELWIG'S DRUG STORE
THE REXALL STORE 412 Oliver Hours: 6 A. M.-9 P. M.
3041 Oliver at Schenck 412 DINER
HOME MADE PIEs BEST COFFEE IN TOWN
GRATWICK LUMBER CO., INC. 63
Felton and River Road 'if'
Phone 74-6 MATTHIES
JESEL1..A,S LIQUOR STORE
7841 Oliver Street
MILK AND ICE CREAM
Tonawanda, N. Y.
ALLAN HERSCHELL COMPANY, INC.
North Tonawanda, N. Y.
Smart Fashions for luniors, Misses, Women
615 Main Street Phone Ton. 572
IVES ICE 81 COAL COMPANY
156 Oliver St. Phone 186
DICK'S SHOE STORE
71 Main Street Tonawanda
COPELLA ELECTRIC SALES Sz SERVICE
Admiral and Westinghouse Appliances
Schenck Cor. Falconer
Phone 2812 N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
PIVOT PUNCH 81 DIE CORPORATION
N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
ROSS-NEALE MOTOR SALES
H U D S O N
"The Car You Step Down Intov
General Repair and Collision Shop
367 Schenck St.
Phone 2055 N. Tonawanda
For a Square Deal, See Ross-Neal
KRULL COAL 81 OIL CO.
4-41 Payne Ave. Phone 1403
THE VICTOR SAFE SI EQUIPMENT Co., INC.
435 Payne Ave. N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
BRUNNER FUNERAL HOME
156 Robinson Street
North Tonawanda, N. Y.
BILL BRUNNER, JR., LICENSED MANAGER
CUTT'S DELAWARE HOTEL
The Clay Pipe Room
G. C. MURPHY CO.
56-58 Webster Street N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
Service with a Smile
FELTON FOOD MARKET
GROCERIES, MEATS, FISH, ETC.
79 Felton St. N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
THOMPSON'S AIR CONDITIONED
1070 Oliver St. N. Tonawanda
GUREWITSCH'S SHOE STORE
70 Webster St. N. Tonawanda
NORTON AUTO 81 HOME SUPPLY
Everything for Your Car Sk Home
75 - 77 Webster St.
Ton. 444 N. Tonawanda, N. Y.
LAMPE MOTOR CO., INC.
"There's a Ford in your Future"
KERR NEWS Co. C""1P'f"'e"'S of
68 Young Street MORANIS UPHOLSTERING co.
Specialists in Living Room Furniture
ZUCH'S BICYCLE SHOP
Gasoline - Oils -Auto Supplies Phone 2755
Bicycles 174 Tremont St. N. Tonawanda
Phone 1299 4-28 Oliver St.
STANDARD PATTERN CO.
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WALES STRIPPIT CORPORATION
North Tonawanda, N. Y.
Oliver and Mechanic Streets
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COLUMBUS MCKINNON CHAIN CORP.
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NATIONAL GRINDING WHEEL CO., INC.
NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y.
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