Pine Valley Central High School - Pine Knot Yearbook (South Dayton, NY)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1958 volume:
The "King and his Court" are in session! We invite you to at-
tend the annual review of the year-its work, and all phases of activ-
ity. To most of the King's subjects, it will mean only a look at the
progress made by all of us during the past year. However, to us who
are leaving, it will be a time to recall the many joyous experiences
of our royal life! On with the Court of Review!
SEATED L Rrchardson Clerk K Mernll Vrce Presrdent C Fagett Presrdent, Mrs E Charles P LoCu1d1ce,
D1str1ctSuper1ntendent STANDING K Durfee,F Green,M Danker, G Darlmg, Jr R Drrkx L C Mrller
Board of Education Council
Our Board of Counselors has been busy thrs year as always helpmg to make Prne Valley the best
school rn thrs area Through therr efforts and those of the tax payers we are to have srx more classrooms
and a wonderful new swtmmrng pool We the students at Ptne Valley feel fortunate to have such a
wonderful group of people to serve as our councrl They have done an excellent Job of bettertng our
school and grvrng us greater opportunrttes
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Class of 1958 ded1cate rhrs lssue of Lhe Plne Knot Your pleaslng
personahry and helpfulness have made you one of the best lrked
reachers m Prne Valley Espec1ally grateful IS the Arr Staff of the
Yearbook wuh whom you worked and whom you msplred to over
come any obstacles whlch may have developed To you Mr Tom
asulo we grve our slneere Thanks
Mr Marek Typmg Adv1sor ga, M1ss Crltchlow, Busmess Adv1sor
Mr Dunmng, Features Adv1sor
We of the Pme Knot are srncerely grateful to
the followlng advlsors Mrs Hall Mr Dunmng MISS
Cmchlow Mr Marek and RSSISIHHIS We were able
to Bltalll a yearbook of enjoyment and lmerest wh1ch
wlll always remarn wlth each of us Truly we have
gamed xmmeasurably from your wealth of expeuence
and undersrandmg May we rake rhrs opporrumty to
thank you for leadlng and duecung us to our goals
Mrs Hall, Layout Advl
Editorial Advisor - Mrs. Hall
Business Advisor - Miss Critehlow
Art Advisor - Mr. Tomasulo
Features Advisor - Mr. Dunning
Editor-in-Chief - Penny Orcutt
Jr. Assistant - Don Rexford
Business Manager - Barbara Phillips
Jr. Assistant - Arnold Hierl
Layout Editor - Delores Merrill
Jr. Ass't. - Pat Dunfield
Features Editor - Barbara Warm
Jr. Ass't. - Janice Woolley
ROW 1: S. Harvey, G. Milspaw, J. Nash, B. Felt, G. Bentley, B. Phil-
lips, A. Hierl, P. Earle, M. Howard, J. Ingersoll, P. Allen, J. Greenlee. 1
ROW 2: J. Spitzer, D. Nenno, D. Stankey, D. Harvey, R. Brookman, C.
Colvin, P. Petersen, G. Ackler, D. Steward, M. Maxwell, N. Carver.
ROW 1: B. Miller, B. Baily, R. Smith, Y. Kyle, R. Milspaw, P. Orcutt, D.
Rexford, D. Merrill, B. Warm, H. Camahan, E. Steves, J. Woolley. ROW 2
P. Tutton, P. Pagett, Pat Pagett, M. Silsby, P. Dunfield, D. Meakin, T. Or-
cutt, R. Butcher, L. McNamara.
Art Editor - Yvonne Kyle
Jr. Ass't. - Retha Smith
Typing Editor - Peggy Earle
Jr. Ass't. - Nancy Carver
Photography Editor - Richard Mils-
Jr. Ass't. - Ronald Butcher
Circulation Editor - Cordon Bentley
Jr. Ass't. - Phyllis Allen
Advertising Editor - Betty Felt
Jr. Ass't. - Judy Greenlee
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Roger F Danker Richard L Earle
Assistant Elementary Prlnclpal Assistant Hugh School Prlnclpal
Class of 1958
Congratulatunu on your approach1ng an
early step rn the drrecuon of success 1n lrfe
You have many more steps to 530 and wrth
plenty of stumbllnb blocks ln the way Only
through contrnued alertness and effort can
you keep Cllfllblllg always upward towards Carl W Stamp
Your Ultlmate 30211 Supervising Prlnclpal
And also you w1ll flnd that your success
w11l depend rn a good proporuon to the respect and loyalty you show toward your fellow men
It 15 your responslblllty to ralse standards of achrevement not only mentally but morally and
sp1r1tually As one wrlter put ll It takes a heap of l1V1Ug to make a better world The world
IS your responslblllty and who knows soon space
Good luck to all of you w
Gerald F Hall
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We go to thc C lerlcal staff and say
Or may 1 use the phoneo
My mother s ewpcctmg me
And I must call home
Scribe Hugh School
We are always met w1rh a courteous smxlc
Our frlcndly scrlbes are sure worth wlulc
Scribe South Dayton
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Art P Wells Vocal Muslc, H Fuller Llbrarxan STANDING A Kapuza
Gurdance Duector, R Brown Boy s Physrcal Educatxon, R Babcock, Agn
culture L Cook Instrumental Muslc, R Bergholtz Jun1orH1gh D Clark
Industrxal Arts and Drxvcr Ed E Marek Commercxal
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R Earle Jr H1ghScrence and Math G Gould Jr H1ghFng11sh and Socral
Studres, R Sturm Jr Hlgh Engllsh, E Oehser, Jr Hxgh Englrsh and Socxal
Stud1es,H Cohcchxa Soc1alStud1es STANDING D Dunnmg Socxal
Studres and Enghsh H Boyd Elem Musnc E Cntchlow Math D Dorman
Jr Hrgh Scxence and Math, M Fordham, Enghsh C Hall Latm and Math
D Montaldr Scrence and Drwer Ed ABSENT T Draggett Jr Hugh Fnglrsh
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Leafstone Krndergarten B Bolles Gradel F Dye Grade 3 STANDING
L Abbey Grade 5, A Fowler School Nurse, J Hadley, Grade 5, H Marsh
Grade 2, E Wrlhams Grade 6, G Rrder Grade 6, A Sedota, Speech
SEATED A Mosher Grade 1, E Hart Grade 2, C Fnsbee, Grade 4, F
Pagett, Grade 1, C Wamer Grade 5 B Ruttenbur Grade 3 STANDING
K Wolfe, Grade 5, H Hooker Grade 4, R Danker, Grade 6, F Pearson,
Elem Musrc A Mrtchell Kmdergarten E Meyers Grades 2 and 3
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Swcepers of thc Castle.
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Football 1 2, Basketball 1,2
Track 1 2 3,4, Class Treasurer
1 2 3 4 Quit Your K1dd1ng" 4
Honor Society 2 3, President 4
Student Council Vice President
4 FHA 1 2 3 4, Vice President
2 Parliamentarlan 3 FHA State
Hrstonan 3 State Convention
2 3, National Convention 2
Westem District B President
President 4 Class Secretary 3
Track 2,3,4, Student Council 4,
Class Pres. 43 National Honor
Society, Vice Pres. 4g Circulation
Editor "Pine Knot" 4, Assistant
Editor 3g Citizenship Education
Conference 3,45 "The Magic
Touch" 3, "Quit Your Kidding"
43 Photography Club 3,43 Chorus
lg Posture King 3.
Band 1,2,3,4g German Band 2s
All-State 4, All-County 2,3,4,
Chorus lg Sextette lg "Meet
Arizona" 1, Student Council 3,
Class Secretary 1,2,4, Class
President 35 Photography Club
3,43 Secretary-Treasurer 3,
Cheerleading 1,2,3,4g Honor
Society 2,3,4g Treasurer 3,45
"The Magic Touch" 35 "Quit
Your Kidding" 4, "Pine Knot"
Class President 1 2 Student
Council 1 2, Assistant Class
Treasurer 4, Layout Editor 'Pme
Knot 4 Assistant Editor 3
Band 1 2 3,4, All State 2 4
All County 1,2,3 4, Solo Com
petition 2 Band Librarian 1
President 4, German Band 2
Chorus 1, Meet Arizona 1
Library Club 4 Prom Attendant
1 Magic Touch 3 uit
Your Kidding 4
Vice President 4, Chorus 1,2 4
Treasurer 2 3 President 4, Meet
Arizona 1 All State Sectionals
2 4, J V Basketball Scorekeeper
2 Varsity 3 4 Bowling 4 Pine
Knot" 3,4, The Magic Touch
3 Quit Your Kxdding 4
Citizenship Education Conference
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Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Junior
Varsity Sub-Cheerleader 25 Var-
sitySub-Cheerlcadcr 35 Class
Vice-President 25 "The Magic
Touch" proxnptcr 35 "Quit Your
Kiddingj' Student Director 45
Student Council 45 Assistant
Business Manager "Pine Knot" 35
Business Manager 4.
PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Student
Council 35 President 45 Track
3,45 Football Manager 2.
Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45
Student Council 1,45 Athletic
Association 25 Chautauqua
County FFA Treasurer 35 Pine
Valley Central FFA Secretary 3.
EDITOR "PINE KNOT"
Student Council 1,2535 Library
Club 35 Junior Varsity Cheer-
leader 1,25 Varsity Cheerleader
3,45 Chorus 1,25 "Meet Arizona"
15 "Magic Touch" 35 "Quit Your
Kidding" 45 Prom Attendant 25
Assistant Editor "Pine Knot" 35
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45
Baseball 2,3,45 Athletic Associa-
tion President 3,45 FFA 1,2,35
Prom Attendant 35 "Quit Your
Kidding" 45 Yearbook Staff 3,4.
Basketball 2,3,4g Football 1,2,
3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,4g Track 2
FFA 1,2 ,3 ,4g Sentinal 3, "Pine
Knot" 3,43 Prom Attendant 1,2.
Football 1, Basketball 2,33 Band
1,2 ,3g Service Club 1,2,35 Track
2,33 Athletic Association 13 "Pine
Knot" 3,45 "Magic Touch" 35
"Quit Your Kidding" 4.
Football 1,25 Basketball Manager
1,2,3g Baseball Manager 2,35
"Magic Touch" 33 "Quit Your
Kidding" 4, Yorker Club 1,2 ,3,
"Pine Knot" 43 Newspaper
FHA l,2,3,4, Library Club 2,3,45
"Magic Touch" 35 "Quit Your
Kidding" 4, Prompter 4, "Pine
FHA 2,3,4, Library Club 3,4,
"Pine Knot" 3,43 Gir1's Intra-
murals 2,3 ,4.
FHA 1,2,3,45 FHA V. Pres. 4'
Band 1,2 ,3,45 Chorus 15 "Pine
Knot" 3,45 Library Club 45 Cirl's
lntramurals 45 State Delegate for
Service Club 1,2,35 Photography
Club 35 "Pine Knot" 3,45 "Magic
Touch" 3, Stage M:1nager5 "Quit
Your Kicldingn 4, Stage Managcr5
Band 1,2 ,3.
Betty Felt Mary Ann Howard
Library Club 1,2,3,45 Library FHA l,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,45
Club Pres. 45 "Magic Touch" 35 Library Club 4.
FHA z,a,4, "Pine Knot" 3,4.
Library Club 2,3,45 Art C1ub5
Photography Club 25 "Pine Knot"
3,45 "Magic Touch" 3, Prompterg
' Quit Your Kidding" 4, Prompter
FFA 1,2 ,3,-15 FFA Cattle Judging
1,2 ,3 ,45 FFA Soil Judging 35 FFA
News Reporter 45 Photography
Club 2,3,45 Art Club 2,35 "Pine
Football l,2,3,4Q Basketball
13233343 Wrestling 3,43 Track
3,45 Baseball l,2,3,4g "Magic
Touch" 33 "Pine Knot" 4.
FFA 132,33 "Pine Knot" 3,4.
FHA 233,43 Library Club 1,2 ,3,45
"Pine Knot" 4.
"Magic Touch" 33 "Quit Your 7
Kidding" 4, chews 1,2 ,a ,413 'fb
All-State 2,43 "Meet Arizona'
ls Sextette 1,2Q All-County 33
Chorus Librarian 4.
"Magic Touch" 33 Art Club
2,33 Service Club 33 Airplane
Club 23 Football Manager 3.
"Pine Knot" 3,43 "Magic
Touch" 33 Chorus 3,43 Library
Football 1,2 ,3 545 Basketball
2,35 Baseball 253,-l5 "Magic
Touch" 35 "Quit Your Kidding"
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ln memory of Sharon Exley, former
friend and classmate for whom we will
always have a warm spot in our hearts.
ller presence has been greatly missed
during our Senior year.
"Pine Knot" 3,45 FHA 15 Library
Club 35 Cheerleader 2,3545
Prom Attendant 35 "Magic
Touch" 35 "Quit Your Kid-
J.V. Basketball 1- Varsi Bas-
kerbsii 2,3,4, Track 1,z,3.
Chorus 1,25 Sextette 15 Cheer-
leading 1,253,115 Student Director
"Magic Touch" 35 "Quit Your
Kidding" 45 Vice-President of
Class 35 Library Club 3,45 "Pine
Knot" 3,45 Meet Arizona 1.
They never leave us,-our
friends who have passed
From the shadows of earth
to the sunlight above,
A thousand sweet memories
are holding them fast
To the places they blessed
with their presence and love.
Most Likely To Succeed
Our first year in the higher realms of the "king s court" was very
eventful. Although we were only novices, we kept a cloakroom at
basketball games, sold candy, and had a class party.
As we advanced, we found even more projects to attempt. As
Sophomores, we sold basketball booster buttons, ice cream, car plates,
and felt emblems. Our second year in the "royal court" had its lighter
side, too, for we sponsored a Saint Pat1'ick's Dance and a Sadie
Y Hawkins' Dance.
' ,. Using the experience we had gained in our previous years, we tried
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to make our Junior year a real success. Our selling experiences
"paid off" for the profit on our sale of greeting cards was great. Two
dances added even more money to our ever-growing treasury. Many
of our Juniors excelled in sports, while others found opportunity to
star in our successful play, "The Magic Touch." Our greatest thrill,
however, was receiving our class rings, for they marked a milestone
in our life under his majesty's reign!
Here we are now finishing our "royal" life. We have found our
last year to be busier than the others. Our play, "Quit Your Kidding,
was a huge success. Magazine sales and a dance added much to our
treasury. Plans for the Senior Carnival, which always attracts many
wandering rninstrels, and for our Senior Prom are already under way,
as well as the long-awaited trip to Washington. But most important of
all is Graduation, the goal we have all looked forward to during our
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ROW 1: J. Greenlee, B. Bailey, H. Carnahan, C. Milspaw, M. Weaver, J. Kastle.
ROW 2: D. Rexford, B. Miller, P. Pagett, P. Dunfield, N. Hills, P. Mierzwa, Miss
Crttchlow, R. Mansfield. ROW 3: R. Exley, D. Sheldon, D. Harvey, D. Clark, J. El-
lis 'I' Orcutt. K. Oakes, T. Barnhart.
the news as seen "Through the Knot Hole" and the
Duke's Theater presented the play, "Dear Diary."
Those of highest condition were: Premier,
Richard Mansfield: Vice Premier, Don Rexfordg
Scribe, Judy Greenlee: Guardian of the Gold, Tom
The Dukes and Duchesses at the dueal house of
Critchlow and Marek received their regal rings
embossed with a pine shield, Christmas Cards were
sold to enlarge the supply of ducats in the treasury,
A winter festival was held on January 24th entitled
"Snowflake Frolic." An April "Crier" presented
ROW 1: K. Cooper, P. Tutton, N. Carver, S. Harvey, B. Tutton, K. Mosher. ROW
2: Mr. Babcock, D. Nenno, P. Allen, R. Smith, J. Woolley, D. lvett, Mr. Marek
ROW 3: C. Fancher, D. Stankey, D. Morey, D. Meakin, A. Hierl, J. Everetts, R
The IIIUSI noble und potent inxirqness and march-
ioness ol the niurquessgite of Collichia and Hull sold
ice CFCLIIII .ind basketball pencils for the purpose of
ridding, gold to their vaults. Music for their "Spring
l5:nit:1sy," Mzirch Zlst, wus presented by Q1 group of
wandering ininstrels und il school "Crier" heralded
ROW 1: J. McDonald, N. Lincoln, N. Perrin, C. Frziry, S. Pzittyson, E. Provenzo. ROW
2: J. Merrill, C. Peters, V. Woodeock, N. Purdy, S. Pgirlcs, B. Rugg, C. Kelly, M.
Mierzwn, M. Dillntonio, Mrs. Hull. ROW 3: N. Cullen, R. Brown, R. Bnrris, G.
Nickerson, R. Killoek, D. Crowell, H. Tritton.
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the news for May.
The nobility under the Mantle of Ptirliinnent hold
their titles as follows: Sundra PriLtyson-preinierg
llerbert Johnson-Vice Preinierg M.iry Ann Dinntonio-
Scribe, Oriunne Merrill-Gnairdiiin of the Gold.
ROW 1: N. Steves, J. Ebert, Mnry Miertwa, J. Ruckh, A. Hart, S. Rundell. ROW
2: V. Rnttenbur, C. Scott, O. Merrill, N. Darling, L. VanWor1'ner, J. Warm, A.
Ingersoll, C. Barry, M. Bowen, Mr. Colicchia. ROVV 3: J. Barber, D. Peters, D.
Mount, P. Peters, Cullen, R. Madison, J. Schweiger, C. Burtner, H. Johnson, L.
ROW l B Colvin, P. Howard, K. Kahm, B. lngersoll, S. Dunfield, S. Wightman, C. Curtis,
A Ackler ROW 2: Mrs. Fordham, T. Clarke, D. Crowell, L. Darling, R. Wolfe, R. Mead,
L Abbey, S Hollenbeck, L. Ruekh, D. Dayton, D. Grover. ROW 3: L. Newcomb, G. Liver-
more L Colvin, D. Volk, T. Hackett, R. Green, W. Stamp, K. Moynihan, S. Clark, G.
enade of gay dancers was a festive
event. They also enjoyed a frolic
on wheels at Dunkirk, which was
held in the Spring.
Honorary Earldoms of the year
were: Premier, Catherine Curtisg
Vice-Premier, Don Volkg Scribe,
Sylvia Whiteman, Guardian of the
gold, Carol Estus.
The Froshonian Earls inhabit
the three counties of Dunning,
Fordham, and Montaldi, They
earned two bars of Ermine for pre
senting the play "Foxy Grandmaj
and editing "The Whispering Pine
which heralded the tidings of
December. Their yearly prom-
ROW l: E. Howard, S. Bromley, A. Howe, B. Hillebert, L. Hall, B. Barth, P. Weave
Brackett. ROW 2: D. Herb, P. Pickup, F. Howard, G. Fanchcr, C. Estus, B. Dayton R
Schweiger, M. Roman, J. Newcomb, D. Mansfield. ROW 3: Mr. Montaldi, D Kapple, L
Brumagin, C. Paggett, D. Swanson, T. Stiles, R. Sandy, J. Merrill, N. Mathewson, D Fanc ier
One hundred barons, a rising
crew, served their "bent-rs" with
dignity too. "Two barons could be
seen each morning and noon who
hoped to sell you some school
supplies soon" -- in the student
book store. A party of Barons was
ROW 1: J. Rundell, L. Zollinger, P. Hollenbeck, R. Roman, M. Wolfe, R
Marquart. ROW 2: J. Weaver, B. Crumb, B. Jungquist, L. Francis, J. Fancher
S. Mead, D. Wright, A. Creen. ROW 3: Mrs. Gould, B. Saunders, B. Rugg, D
McKay, M. Patterson, R. Newcomb, B. Purdy, R. Easterly, R. Kyser, M. Barry
D. Tatchell, Mrs. Allen. ROW 4: H. Milspaw, Y. Fisher, M. Rogers, L
llagerdon, H. Weaver, R. Crowell, C. Silleman, D. Maxwell, J. Harvey, J
Peters. ROW 5: K. Peters, J. Young, D. Allen, R. Howard, T. Mierzwa
DeAntonio, G. Ingersoll, D. Livermore, L. Pattyson, L. Nickerson, M. Swanson
ROVV l D Bond J Zeman, J Limito L Carnahan D Young ROW 2 S
Etrle L Hadley J Brown, S Cooper A S1lsby D Johnston,M Crowell L
Exley ROW 3 D Hxerl H Iwett,D Weaver K Mount P Sw.1nson,C
Bradley G Saunders,J Cullen D Fancher,D Corkwell N Green ROW 4
A Aekley,L Harkness B Newcomb S Gle.1son,J Harwood,E Mierzwa D
Houben L Mann A KOSlOWSk1,E Bentley S Butcher Mrs Moritz ROW 5
B Ebert D Gier B Po.ters,D Nash M Oakes L Ellis T Ell1ott,L Hodges
S Ericcson M Hagerdon,V Bergey R Fraz1er,Mrs Sturm
held in the spring They looked
forward to an annual pilgrimage
Getty sburg The leaders in their
ranks are: Premier Richard
Howard- Vice Pretnicr Sharon
Meade' Scribe Sue Cooper' and
Guardian of the Gold, Donna Gier.
ROW 1: M. Harwood, J. liniley, M. Buckley, L. Rublee, V. Clark, K. Howe,
P. Newcomb, K. Petersen. ROW 2: K. Maxwell, J. Weaver, D. Mount, R.
Earle, J. Walters, R. Moffitt, M. Wachter, B. Zeman, R. Zollinger, F. Barth,
M. Mirwald, Mr. Dorman. ROW 3: J. Rowicki, R. Tyma, T. Pickup, K.
Mosher, P, Schultz, Butcher, L. Goran, M. Moynihan. ROW 4: G. Giles,
J. Snyder, J. Nyhart, B. Cooper, G. Perkins, R. Sheldon, N. Hills, J. May,
D. Meadows, L. Snyder, G. Howard, S. Crumb, G. Stratton.
85 Baronets on the upward course duti-
fully have been serving, the higher nobility
by selling ice cream in the vafeteria and
by issuing the November school newspaper.
Their seasonal banquets consisted of a
skating party in the Autumn and a tlass
Party in April.
ROW 1: K. Hillebert, K. Mirwald, S. Murray, F. Boyd, M. Rublee, C. Brown
M. Giambrone, D. Farnham. ROW 2: Mr. Draggett, A. Ackley, T. Houben,
C. Kelley, M. Phillips, J. Tutton, S. Nichols, J. Parls, F. Dye, F. Could, C.
Grover, J. Carver, Mrs. Oehser. ROW 3: J. Hall, J. Rundell, A. Crowell, R.
Morris, D. Howard, E. Newcomb, B. Wickmark, K. Meakin, C. Snyder, R.
Chase, L. Darling. ROW 4: Dye, F. Heath, B. Bergey, R. Morey, J. Liver
more, D. Abbey, R. Carpenter, R. Carpenter, R. Ennis, J. Ivett, C. Nenno.
Leaders in their ranks were: Premier -
Michael Mirwaldg Vice-Premier - James
Parks: Scribe - Eugenia Buteherg Guardian
ofthe Gold - Jill Nyhart.
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I-larvey,D Steward T Orcutt, J Everetts, R Butcher,P Petersen,
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Knights of the Court
W1th only three returnrng lettermen, an average
helght of 5 9 , and no player reachlng the 6 foot mark
the prospects for thrs season weren't too prom1s1ng The
team made up for thrs shortness wrth twrce the scrap
and determrnatron endrng the season wrth 7 wms and 12
Thxs season marked the rnaugeratlon of a new system
of playoffs Pme Valley, berng the top class C team rn
the Northern League, was matched agamst the towerrng
team from Panama to decxde whlch would enter the
Sectronal playoffs After 32 mrnutes of Jumprng and
pressmg the Pme Valley Panthers came out on the short
end of the score but on the short end where credlt was
Team scormg honors go to Tom Barnhart wrth a total
of 201 pornts Foul shootxng laurels go to Don Steward
who ended the season w1th 30 fouls made out of 43 at
tempted, a 70'7a average
Unfortunately Don Steward Pat Barry, Dallas Clark
Pete Petersen, and Marty Maxwell have played therr
last game ln hlgh school, leavlng the team wrth only
three regular lettermen However the future looks brxght
wrth greater he1ght and an xmproved Junror Varsxty
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ROW 1: K. Maxwell, Manager, L. Emley, R. Hadley, R. Sandy, D. Volk,
J. Paggett, B. Stamp. ROW 2: N. Cullen, L. Brumagin, E. Cullen, T.
Stiles, R. Killock, H. Johnson, Mr. Bergholtz, Coach.
The "Squires" of Pine Valley kingdom,
were especially successful in defeating
their opponents this season. The final count
totaled 11 wins and 6 losses.
Don Volk was the highest scorer with 135 P
points. For the seventeen games played, 681
points were scored, yielding an average of
40 points per game. Our opponents were
less successful. They scored 609 points
with an average of 36 points per game,
The "Squires" are looking forward to a
successful season in 1958-59, as they
dribble down the court with the prestige of
ROW 1: Jon Weaver, T. Houben, F. Heath, J. Walters, K. Maxwell, R.
Marquart, Q. Dye. ROW 2: F. Bell, N. Hills, L. Snyder, D. Howard, R.
Chase, J. Lamato, Jack Weaver, E. Bentley. ROW 3: Mr. Tomasulo, J.
Young, G. Ingersoll, T. Mierzwa, L. DiAntonio, M. Barry, R. Earle
Pages of the Court
The 7th and 8th grade basketball
team shows encouraging signs for
future Pine Valley victories. With
Jack Weaver, Tom Mierzwa, Jon
Young, Jon Weaver, Randall
Carpenter and Norman Hills show-
ing the way with sound and out-
standing basketball ability, the P.V
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ON MAT: R. Nash, D. Meakin, P. Petersen, J. Barber. STANDING: D. ROW 1: M. Maxwell, R. Nash, P. Petersen, T. Barnhart, A. W. Sheldon,
Kapple, A. Green, P. Peters, 'l'. Clark, C. Merrill, S. Pattyson, D. Snyder, L. Armstrong, G. Merrill, S. Pattyson, G. Bentley, C. Colvin. ROW 2:
J. lillis, D. Nenno, J. Merrill, L. Newcomb, J. La Monto, Tirnckceper
and Coach Dunning.
Knights of the Mat
The lEJ5'7-15158 Wrestling team of Pine Valley won the Section VI
Championship in the Class C Division. Outstanding wrestlers in the sec-
tionals were Peter Petersen, Phil Peters, Jerry Ellis, and Ralph Nash. Six
members of this years team were eighth and ninth graders and we have
suffered only the loss of Captain Peter Petersen by graduation. The future
for Pine Valley's Wrestling team is indeed a bright one.
Coach Brown, D. Steward, D. VanWor1ner, J. Clarke, D. Meakin, D.
McDaniels, D. Clark, J. Ellis, K. Oakes, J. Everetts, Coach Bergholtz, J.
C Knights of the Track
This marked the most successful year of
Track and Field in Pine Valley Central
School history. The squad was victorious
over Mayville Central in a dual meet, was
second in a triangular meet with Silver
Creek and liroeton, was third in the County
Class B and C meet, and overpowered all
Class C schools in the section, to come
home with the sectional Class C trophy.
Unfortunately many of the boys who carried a good share of the load
will be lost to the team another year. Armstrong's speed, the versatility
of Willie Sheldon in many events, and Dave Clark's tremendous endurance
led to this team's success and are the boys who will be hard to replace
another year, Also lost through graduation are Don Carver, Don Mcllaniels,
and Jim Clarke.
llowever, with the building of a new track in progress and overflowing
interest on the part of the remaining members of the squad, the roll of
Track and Field in the Pine Valley athletic program looks promising.
STANDING S Pa.ttyson,T Strles D Harvey,J Ellrs, D Morey, D Synder, D Meakm, Coach Brown
KNEELING J Everetts P Petersen R Sandy, T Bamhart,M Maxwell D Nenno
Knights of the Fleld
Closmg the season wrth 4 wms and 2 defeats makes thrs season one of the most successful 1n several years
Physrcal srze was lackmg but thrs was made up for through speed spmt determmanon and most of all team
play There was no partrcular star but rather many stars Each had h1s outstandrng moments
A J V football team was offrcrally started th1s year under the leadershrp of Mr Bergholtz Th1s year s
frnal record was 1 wm and 1 loss The J V squad hopes to play more J V games next year and wrthout ques
t1on many J V players w1ll play rmportant rolls rn next year s games
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Knights of the Diamond
Inexpenence proved to be a great drsadvantage dur1ng the 1957 baseball season leadrng to a record of one
w1n and frve defeats LeRoy Emley came along strongly later 1n the season to wrnd up .rs the top batter wrth .rn
average of 508 Of the frve defeats four were lost by no more than three runs Thus the prospects for the
1958 season look very promrsxng wrth all players returnlng wlth the exccptron of Leonard Armstrong
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2: T. Orcutt, E. Cullen, G. Nickerson, R. Killock, Coach Bergholtz. ROW
3: T. Stiles, J. Ellis, D. Clark.
Once again, experience was the weak
factor in this year's volleyball squad. Of
the eleven boys making up the team only
three were returning lettermen. However, it
was most encouraging to see the day by day
improvement over the short three weeks of
practice. The team's record at the annual
county volleyball tournament was two wins
Sherman and Dunkirk Industrial - and four
losses. Opponents, look out next year! All boys will be returning to the
squad with the exception of Dallas Clark.
ROW 1: M. Roman, H. Carnahan, G. Milspaw, D. Harvey. ROW 2: P.
Pagett, R. Schweiger, B. Bailey, L. VanWormer, Mrs. Moritz. ROW 3:
R. Burris, R. Hackett, R. Killock, R. Sandy. ROW 4: D. Stankey, R.
Hadley, T. Hackett.
Knights of the Alley
Bowling was a new recreation started in our school this year. The club
bowled every Saturday for twelve weeks at the Gowanda bowling alleys.
To top the season off, the Knights of the alley will go to the "Thruway
Lanes" in Buffalo.
The highest scores were bowled by Dan Stankey, 187, Rich Sandy, 176,
Sally Harvey, 171 and 149, and Linda Van Wormer, with 143. Dick Kil-
lock had the highest average with 125.
Q1 What's he trying to do now? K3 Gimme that ball!
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The Sages ol' the Castle tapped five new members this year.
Their tnenial duties consisted of taking charge of one bulletin
board and inscribing the quarterly Honor and Merit Rolls, A
rhapsody of words on the subject, Russian Schools vs. United States
Schools, was held in April. They concluded the year with an
ould S Patt son S Parks P Pa ett P Ba Mr Earle,Advisor
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ROW 2: M. Mirwald, M. Ennis, H. Carnahan, B. Phillips, S. Dunfield, K. Curtis, R.
Ennis, J. Brown, R. Mansfield. ROW 3: R. Killock, J. Pagett, R. Howard, G. Inge
soll, G. Bentley, D. Morey.
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Srlsby ROW 2 Mr Kapuza, J Woolley, D
Sir Richard Earle, knight of the round table, leads the Court Aides
in the service of our student body. The purpose of the council is to
serve the school in every way possible and to promote a better
understanding of student governtnent. A great deal of responsibility
is placed upon the council.
The council is composed of representatives from each class. This
year, under the capable leadership of our president, Pat Barry and
his aides, Pat Pagett, Sandra Pattyson, and Sandra Parks, the council
has succeeded in governing our school in a fair and just way.
ROW 1: J. Boyd, J. Pcters, R. Smith, B. Miller, H. Carna-
han, J. Harwood, J. Zenian. ROW Z: Mr. Toinasulo, L.
Darling, M. Buckley, K. Petersen, M. Moynihan, C. Kelly, D.
Weaver. ROW 3: E. Butcher, L. Hagerdon, B. Purdy, C.
Snyder, J. Rundell.
The Apprentice Minstrels participated in the Spring and
Fall Concerts. They produced "Christmas in an Alpine Village"
for its Christmas Fair. Several of their members attended
Chautaqua. Those held in highest CSICCIU are: Premier, Jim
Parks, Vice-Prt-mier, and Scribe, James Rundellg Guardian of
the Notes, Freddie Sue Boyd, Jim Walters, and Kay Hillebert.
The Art Club is generally a service club which makes its
services available for sign painting and posters. In addition,
we spend some time working on various crafts which we do not
have time for in our regular Art classes. This year we are
concentrating our efforts on Mosaics.
ROW 1: S. Mead, D. Weaver, R. Moffit, J. Zeman, H. Weaver, S. Gleason, R.
Crowell, J. Nyhart. ROW 2: B. Crumb, M. Moynihan, F. Dye, T. Pickup, J.
Rundell, K. Peters, L. Carnahan, L. Harkness, S. Crumb, M. Harwood. ROW 3:
M. Rublee, B. Junquist, L. Bentley, M. Barry, J. Parks, R. Morey, C. Snyder, J.
Walters, C. Kelly, J. Cullen, L. Francis, J. Fancher. ROW 4: A. Ackley, H.
Milspaw, A. LaBarte, B. Purdy, E. Butcher, R. Carpenter, C. Silleman, L. Di-
Antonio, G. Perkins, D. Mount, R. Easterly, K. Hillebert, R. Morris, M. Phillips
ROW 5: Mrs. Wells, D. McKay, J. Hall, S. Earle, D. Farnham, C. Nenne, D.
Johnston, J. Brown, R. Ennis, P. Newcomb, G. Howard, L. Darling, J. lvett, M.
Buckley, K. Mirwald. ABSENT: L. Exley, S. Boyd.
lst ROW D Mcrrrll M Srlsb P Dunfreld B Pl ll B H
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cott Cnrtrs J Fbert J Greenlee N Darlmg S Dunfreld P Rogers J Merrrll D Kapple. B Ebert F Howard L Darlmg S Pattyson Jrd ROW
Weaver D Grer Y Frsher F Gould G Mrlspaw S Harvey L Hall Mr Cook T Strles R Marquart R Carpenter N Mathewson C Burtner E Bentley
R Wollo. A Hrerl B Barley W Stamp
The Ktng wrshes an evenrng of entcrtarnmtnt and who could betttr do tlns th rn
the Prne Valley Musrc Department
The Band under the drrectron of Mr Cook p rrtrcrpattd rn the Fall and Lhrrsunas
Programs On May '7 they presented a Sprtng Program On December 1 and rc
Q resentatrves were sent to Area All State rn Randolph on June 7 1958 they sent rep
resentatrves to Chautauqua They attendtd the Fredonra I-estrval May 16 1nd 17 rnd
concluded therr year wrth performances at braduatron and the frrst band concert of tht
season rn South Dayton Park
Presrdent Delores Merrrll
Lyman C Cook ecretary Treasurer Marrlyn Srlsby
Lrbrarrans Patrrcra Dunfreld Jantcc, Woolley and Phyllrs Allen
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L Hall N Carver 'Pnd ROW K Kahrn C Barry I VanWorrner N Lmcoln L Abbey A Ingersoll B Brackett E Howard S Harvey M Weaver N
Mathewson A Green N Cullen C Burtner G Peters J Woolley B Dayton C Estus P Paggett B Mrller F Howard H Carnahan E Howard,Pat
Paggctt 3rd ROW G Scott I Sprtzer S Clark L Ruckh B Ingersoll P Weaver T Hackett T Strles R Madrson R Burrrs R Brown R Mansfrcld
The Chorr under the drreetron of Mrs Wells paruerpated rn the lnall Concert and Stxtette
presented a Chrrstmas Program for 1 School Assembly On Aprrl ll they presented an
operctta and on May 2 they p lrtrerpated rn a Sprrng Concert
They sent representattves to Chautauqua on December 1 and Z Representatrves
were sent to Area All State at Rmdolph They plan to attend the Frccloma Festrval
May 16 md 17 .mel w1ll conclude therr year wrth a performance at the Baccalaureate
Prestdeut Patrlera Paggett Vree Presrdent Secretary Jamce Wooley Treasurer
P rtrrcra Dunfreld Lrbrarrans Nancy Carver and Shrrley Parne The accompamsts
are Lrnda Hall and Jamee Wooley
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f1e1d, M D1Anton1o,J Woolley, L VanWormer, M M1erzwa,F Howard ROW 2 A Ack1er,B Felt, O Merull,
G Scott,N H1115 C Kelly, C Frary,M M1erzwa,N Perr1n,N Lmcoln,N Purdy B Ingersoll,L I-la1l,B l-hlle
bert ROW 3 M Bowen,B Barth, S I-Iollenbeck, C Curtls, S Dunfrels, S W1ghtman,L Abbey, K Kahm,B
Brackett, E I-loward,B Dayton, S Bromley, P Mxerzwa ROW 4 V Ruttenbur, L Ruckh J Nash, E Howard,
K Mosher,B Rugg,A Howe P Allen,G Peters,J Merr11l,K Moyn1han,J Creen1ee,A lngerso1l,B Mlller
ROW 5 E Provenzo J MacDona1d,H Carnahan
Knaves of the Home QF H Al
One of the most actlve clubs ln the kmg s court 15 the Plne Valley Chapter of the Future l-Iomemakers of Amenca Thrs past year has
seen 1IS members bustly workmg on numerous projects
In the early fall we were hostesses to the many schools 1n Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counues who came to the Fall D1stnct Rally at
our school Our s1xty two members all worked to make th1s meetmg a huge success'
We next sponsored a dance for the student body A panel drscussron on Teen age Problems was also a blg ttem on our agenda
At Chrrstmas we all dressed up for our Chustmas Party and proved that FHA lS fun We also had fun maklng cupcakes whrch we sold
to the student body
The last months of the year were even bus1er than 1ts begrnnlng' In the spnng we all attended the Drstrrct Rally at Mayvxlle and
several of our members were delegates to the State Convent1on at Syracuse We also put on a fashlon show for P T A a Hobo Day
and a Mother Daughter Banquet
Durmg Nattonal FHA Week our chapter honored semors Baby prctures of all semors were put 1n the drsplay case durmg the week
Frrday we 1nv1ted the semors to the homemak1ng room for punch and cook1es We also recogmzed the teachers by grvmg them all a
luscrous red apple As a chmax we put on a banquet for the Board of Educatton rn apprectanon for all they had done for us
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Clark ROW " D Trtelmell D XVcaver J Rundell D
Nash ROW 3 L llomlges J Htrwooel R Sheldon S
Gleason L Mann
Tlns year the Castle Techmcrans under the drrecuon of
Str Davtd Clark farthfully served therr duty rn the Castle
The purpose of thts orgamzatron rs to opertte certarntechmcal
devrces and rnanage the rllumrnltton of the theater 'lhe
Castle resrdents would have found rt rather drffrcult to work
wrthout these fourteen young men Ihey rre led by the
master techmcran Steven Gleason and the scrrbr. Jerry Zeeman
ROW 1 R Frazrer K Cooper P Tutton, M Weaver,B Tutton,N H1115 S
Parks E Howard V Woodcock M.rs Sturm ROW 2 C Bradley M Hager
don N Green, C Estus, M Patterson, P Weaver H Weaver R Roman
Wolfe D Hrerl J Tutton
The Crusaders for Chrrst have been rncreasmg therr numbers to almost double
the attendance of last year We have been led by our adusor Mrs Sturm as
well as many of the mnnsters of the commumty We have lrstened to many
records and some of our members have led rn Brble qumzes Mrs Prrtch xrd of
the Wesleyan Methodtst Church revrved rnterest lll .1 Natronal Qurz for Youth
for Chrrst Clubs lll our school We are lllLI1lO1'l.Z1llg parts of our Brbles whrch
w111 ard us rn future years
ROW 1: J. Kastle, P. Paggett, M. Mierzwa, C. Frary, P. Mierzwa, P. Earle, M.
Howard, B. Warm, B. Miller, J. Spitzer. ROW 2: Y. Kyle, J. Nash, B. Bailey,
H. Carnahan, P. Tutton, M. Weaver, C. Estus, P. Allen, N. Hills, M. Mierzwa,
B. Felt, N. Purdy, R. Smith.
We of the "High Pine's" Club have sold candy for Thanksgiving, and
have chosen the play "Gone About Girls" for Yorker Play Night on March
14. We have a Current Events Bulletin board in Mr. Colicchia's room to
keep us up to date on the latest happenings in the world.
Chairman - Gene Scott
Co-Chairman - Charles Burtner
Secretary - Carol Estus
Treasurer - Norris Mathewson
Liaison - Nancy Darling
High School Yorker Club
Our club has thirty-two members. We, as pages, have found the
knowledge that we gain, helpful in our work, both inside of school and
later in life. Some of us have discovered that we wish to choose the
career of a librarian.
We helped to sell books at P.T.A, Our goal is to send as many
books as possible overseas.
President - Betty Felt
Vice-President - Patsy Mierzwa
Secretary - Mary Mierzwa
Treasurer - Margaret Mierzwa
SEATED: M. DiAntonio, G. Scott, N. Darling, C. Estus, S. Bromley, B. Barth, K,
Moynihan. STANDING: N. Mathewson, R. Sandy, C. Burtner, D. Crowell, L. Darling
Seventh Yorker Club
The Court Historians of the Seventh realm drew up a Constitution
enunierating their ideals and principles.
ln order to execute their royal plans they sold candy and held a Yorker
play night. They busily began to collect data and material to take to the
State Convention at Rochester. The Yorker Jamboree will be held at Akron,
Chairman - Jill Myhart
Co-Chairman - Joyce Ivett
Secretary - Karen Petersen
Treasurer - James Parks
D Corkwell L Zollmger L Carnhan R Marquart D Weaver 'lnd
ROW D Tatchell D Mclxay lm Jungquist J Cullen L Francis S
Earle L Hadley M Barry 3rd ROW Mrs Could H Ivett L Hark
ness J Brown J Peters A Ackley D Gier B lzbert D Johnston, E
Bentley D Hierl 4th ROW J LaMonto B Purdy M Rogers D
Allen L DIAHLOHIO T Mierzwa D Howard D Abbey J Harwood
B Peters Y Fisher
Eighth Yorker Club
The Eighth Grade Yorker Club li is thirty six members this year
We have earned money by selling greeting cards and candy We pre
sented the play ' Hercules Night Out for Yorker play night which was
held in March. We enjoyed a skating party at Dunkirk. Our projects
for the year included sponsoring a UNICEF Halloween from which we
sent in a contribution of 3550, arranging exhibits in the display case, and
ROW l: C. Brown, R. Zollinger, M. Gianibrone, B. Zenian, K. Hillebert, S. Boyd, L.
Darling, S.Murray. ROW 2: K. Howe, P. Newcomb, R. Ennis, J. Nyhart, S. Crumb,
C. Howard, L. Goran, M. Harwood, M. Buckley, K. Petersen, D. Farnham. ROW 3:
Mrs. Oehser, F. Barth, C. Kelly, R. Earle, F. Gould, C. Snyder, B. Wickmark, D.
Howard, J. Walters, J. Parks. ROW 4: K. Maxwell, R. Moffit, J. Rowicki, G.
Stratton, J. lvt-tt, C. Nenno, N. Hills, li. Butcher, C. Giles, J. Hall, F. Heath, Dye.
various individual projects. We are looking forward to attending the
western zone jamboree, which will be held at Akron, and the state
convention in Rochester.
ROW 1: D. Crowell, K. Oakes, R. Crumb, R. Milspaw, D. Ivett,
Douglas Crowell, Mr. Babcock. ROW 2: H. Tutton, H. Johnson,
J. Sehweiger, D. Herb, D. Dayton, D. Grover. ROW 3: J. Fancher,
Z. Colvin, D. Fanclxer, G. Livermore, D. Meakin, C. Fancher, R.
M. Oakes, S. Bromley, R. Mnrquurt, Mr. Tomusulo, L. Harkness,
Rom nu, J. Harwood.
Directors of Tournaments
K. Mirwald, J. Smith, M. Maxwell, Mx. Brown, D. Harvey, J. Young, N
Unllmlted Opportunities Awalt
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South Dayton New York I025 Washington Street
Jamestown Phone 56585
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HARRY DOEHLA CO
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PETERS BARGAIN STORE
New and Used Furniture
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LAWRENCE F OLSON INC
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South Dayton New York
CONEWANGO VALLEY MILLS
Bulk Feed Service
Phone EII 27I3
RLICKH MOTORS '
South Dayton New York
CORKWELL S GARAGE
Ford SoIes 81 Service
Complzmcfltq A I used cars 8. trucks
DICK FISCHER ATHLETIC GOODS
699 Mom Street
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Phone YU 8 3476
South Dayton New York
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The Director of Nurses
School of Nurses
563 Riley Street Buffalo 8 N Y
OLSON BUILDERS SUPPLY CO INC
Lumber Roofing PGIHYS Floor Covering Steel
Hardware Brlck and Blocks Plumbing and Electrncal Supplles
Phone YU 8 3263
PURE GOLD ICE CREAM CO
South Dayton New York
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Cherry Creek New York
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BANK OF GOWANDA
BEAVER S DEPT STORE
BOWEN S MKT
CAMPBELL S FURNITURE
CAMPBELL S R. SL W
ERNIE S RADIO
FARNER 8. PARKER
FORBUSH LUMBER CO
GENE S SERVICE
GOWANDA FOOD STORE
HIMELEIN 8a CO
JOE S ARMY 8a NAVY STORE
KEN S IEWELERS
NATIONAL SALES SYSTEM
NIAGARA FRONTIER PUBLISHING CO
NU WAY MARKET
PALM GARDEN S
PETER PAN FLORIST
RICH YOUNG 8a PERRIGO
GOWANDA HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. RITZ STORE
GOWANDA JEWELRY STORE REGAL RESTAURANT
GOWANDA LIQUOR STORE TOT SHOP
GOWANDA NEWS WALLACE'S
GOWANDA SAVINGS 85 LOAN WHITING'S
GIBBS PAINT STORE WESTERN AUTO
GOWAN ABUSINESS ASSOCIATIO
HARRY AUSTIN MILUNU INC RETAIL MERLHANTS DIVIsION
GENERAL ILE LREAM
YU 8 3331
Raymond Ray Prop Insurance of All Kinds
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Dalry Equipment Department
613 Wellmon BUIIUIDQ
Dr V M DUNFIELD
FARNER S PARKER INC
At Your Favorlte Food Store
At Your Door
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CURTICE BROTHERS CO
Blue Label Foods
South Dayton New York
ROD AND GUN CLUB
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Compl 'mems Congratulatlons
To the Class of 58
CHERRY CREEK RESTAURANT JOE POLISOTC TRUCKING
Bob 8. Som South Dayton New York
MARKET BASKET STORE
Ken Latshaw Mgr
Complete Llne of Groceries
Fresh Frurts and Vegetables
Birds Eye Frozen Foods
Self Service Meats
South Dayton New York
FRED ASTRY an SON
CROCKER SPRAGUE COMPANY General Hardware
Wholesale Coffee 81 Food Dlstrlbutors Phone YU 8 3633
South Dayton ew York
CHERRY CREEK HARDWARE
Leon 8: Evelyn Ruttenbur Prop
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PINE VALLEY Auto Body Welding
Phone CYpress 6 8921
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