Pine Valley Central High School - Pine Knot Yearbook (South Dayton, NY)
- Class of 1959
Page 1 of 68
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1959 volume:
Have you ever visited Davy Jones' Locker? If you have, you have undoubtedly seen
many kinds of interestingsfish-angel fish, starfish, box fish, electric eels--buried
treasure, and portions of sunken ships. For those of you who haven't met Mr. Jones, we
invite you to travel with us to the bottom of the sea. There, you will meet the Seniors
as whales, the StudentsCounci1 as anchors, our much-appreciated advertisers as the
proverbial sharks, and many other interesting characters.
If , in future years, this book recalls memories of classes, friends, games, parties,
and other experiences, we will have succeeded in our endeavor.
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SEATED L R1Ch3IdSODfClEIk, P LoGu1d1ce Drstnct Superintendent , E Charles, C
Pagett QPres1dentj F Green QVICE Presldentj STANDING K Men'111,M Danker,
W Newbeck G Dar11ng,Jr R Dlrkx
Board of Education
The Board of Educauon has experrenced a busy year at Pme Valley Meeung once or Lwrce a
month the Board under Mr Pagett s drrecuon sets forth pohcres whlch affect the enurc school We
are rndebted to the Board of Educatron for provrdmg us w1r.h an educauonal envrronment worthy of Pme
Valley The classroom annexauon and the swrmmmg pool have added to the Board s long 11st of
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We the Senror Class of 1959 dedrcate our Yearbook to Mrs Clara
Durrng our Hrgh School years Mrs Hall has been teacher class
advrsor and Edrtorral Advrsor of the Yearbook We shall never for
her help could not have been pubhshedj She has always been wrll
mg to relrnqursh her free trme to help us wrth school work and other
matters Her helpfulness and unselfrshness have endeared her to all
who know her As a teacher and person we feel that she cannot be
To repay you tn a very small part for everythrng you have done
for us we dedrcate thts Yearbook to you Mrs Hall
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get the amount of work she has done on our Yearbook Qwhich, without
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Mr I.1nes Mr Marek Mr Tomasulo Mr Molloy
Busmess Manager Typmg Advlsor Photography Advlsor Features AdV1S0l'
To these faculty members who
have acted as class advrsors and
the members of the Senror Class
wrsh to express therr apprecratron
They have unselftshly devoted
thetr tlme to our actrvrues as a
class and have spent many hours
on the rmprovement of our year
Class Advxsor Yearbook Edxtonal Advisor
' lg yearbook advisors, the editors and
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ROW 1 J Buckley, A Hlerl, J Warm, S Pattyson, R Brown,P Dunfxeld, D Rex
ford, L Emley ROW 2 E Butcher, S Cooper, S Mead, D Kapple, D Volk, Mr
Earle, C Sxlleman, R Morey,L Abbey, K Neubeck K Mxrwald, L Phxllrps
Under wtse gurdance of Mr Earle the Student Counc11 enjoyed a very busy year The
Counc11 IS made up of representattves from grades 7 12 These students wrth hard work and
co operauon have much of the responsxbrhty and burden of governmg the student body
Parucrpauon rn the Student Councrl provldes an excellent background for the development of
Ieadershrp and respons1b111ty tn later 11fe
John E Roloff Roger F Danker R1Ch3Id L Earle
Elementary Prmclpal Asslstant Elementary Prmcxpal Assrstant Hrgh School Pl'll'lC1P2.1
Carl W. Stamp
Neptune and Hrs Court
Now rs the trme for all good semors to come to taklng thexr
place ln socrety may be a paraphrase on a sentence used by many
embryo typlsts but let s face rt you are there Next year most of you
w1ll turn the page to a new chapter rn your hfe You who go to
college or further your educatron ln some way wrll fmd ll dlfferent
from htgh school rn many ways You wlll be on your own and agamst
a hlgh level of academlc competrtlon Perseverance and hard work
wrll be necessary You who go to work have an opportumty for
advancement through bcmg responslble to yourself and your em
ployer All of you w11l reap what you sow so do ll rlght the frrst
Come back and vrsrt your Alma Mater often The school rs here
to serve you for many years even though you yourself may not be
here as a pupll.
Congratulations and best wishes for a successful life.
Mrs Colvm Mrs Butcher Mrs Lachut
Hlgh School Secretary South Dayton Secretary Cherry Creek Secretary
Neptune and hrs court are very fortunate to have
such a splcndld clerlcal staff Our secretarres are
not only cffrclent, but very fuendly and cooperatrve
as well wc, the students, say "Thank You," for all
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Treasurer 15 Vice-President 2,35 Presi-
dent 45 Honor Society 2,35 President 45
Jr. Assistant Yearbook Editor 3, Editor-in-
Chief 45 Citizenship Education Conference
3,45 Boys' State 35 Science Club Presi-
dent 25 "Just Ducky" 45 "Dear Diary" 35
Advanced Science 45 Student Council 45
Yearbook Clinic 3,45 Bowling 4.
Band l,2,35 Chorus l,25 J.V. Cheer-
leader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 Girls
Intramurals 3,45 "Dear Diary" 35 "Just
Ducky" 45 Prom Attendant 35 Typing
Staff 3,45 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 1,2,35
Bowling Team 3,45 All-County Choir l
Layout Staff 3,45 J.V. Basketball 1,25
Varsity Basketball 3,45 Varsity Volley-
ball 2,35 Varsity Track 35 Intramurals
Library Club l,2,3,45 President 45 Sci-
ence Club l5 Girls' State 35 "Dear
Diary" Prompter 35 "Just Ducky"
Prompter 45 Chorus 45 Pine Knot 45
Basketball Playday 4, Softball Playday 45
Public Address System Speaker 2,3,4.
Class President 15 Student Council 1,25 gg,
Chorus l,2,3,45 All-County Choir l,2,3,
45 All-State Choir 25 Vocal Ensemble 35
Chorus Librarian 3,45 N.Y.S.S.M.A.
Festival l,2,3,45 Solo Instrumental 3,45
Varsity Cheerleader 45 Prom Attendant 15
F.H.A. 25 "Dear Diary" Assistant Direc-
tor 35 "H.M.S. Pinafore" Cast 35 As-
sistant Yearbook Typing Editor 35 Typing
Editor 45 Posture Queen 15 Majorette N 5,
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STUDENT COUNCIL TREASURER
Honor Society 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Vice
President 45 Advanced Science 45 Band
l,2,3,45 Librarian 2,35 Treasurer 35
President 45 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival l,2,
3,45 Solo Instrumental l,2,3,45 Sectional
All-State Band 3,45 New York All-State
Band 45 All-County Band l,2,3,45 Clari-
net Quartet l,3,45 Chorus l,2,3,45 Treas-
urer 35 President 45 Student Director
sf "H.M.S. Pinafore" 35 "Dear Diary" Stu-
?-v dent Director 35 "Just Ducky" 45 As-
sistant Layout Editor 35 Layout Editor 45
Yearbook Clinic 3,45 F.H.A. 2,35 State
Convention 25 Parliamcntarian 35 Dis-
trict Historian 35 Citizenship Educ ation
Conference 3,45 Jamestown Youth Forum
35 Basketball Scorekceper 2,3,4.
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
Transferred from Crosby High School,
Waterbury, Conn., 1957. Honor Society
3545 Treasurer 45 Band 15253545
N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 253545 Boys' State
35 Assistant Yearbook Business Manager
35 Business Manager 45 "Just Ducky" 45
Advanced Science 4.
Chorus 15253545 Art Club 35 Treasurer 3
Assistant Art Editor 35 Library Club 1525
45 "Just Ducky" 45 "Dear Diary" 35
Vocal Ensemble 45 All-County Choir 35
"H.M.S. Pinafore" 35 Variety Show 15
Chorus Librarian 45 Yearbook Clinic 3545
N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 15253545 Vocal
J.V. Basketball 15 Varsity Basketball
253545 Varsity Football 15253545 Varsity
Baseball 152535 Varsity Track 35 "Dear
Diary" 35 "Just Ducky" 45 Class Presi-
dent 25 Student Council Treasurer 2.
Honor Society 253545 Secretary 45 Band
15253545 Librarian 2,35 Vice-President-
Secretary 45 Woodwind quartet 25 Ensem-
ble 25 Chorus 15253545 accompanist 15
253545 Vice-President-Secretary 3545 All-
County 15253545 All-State 15253545 F.H.A
2535 Songleader 35 Library Club 25 As-
sistant Yearbook Feature Editor 35 "H.M.S.
Pinafore" accompanist5 Variety Show 15
N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 15253545 Vocal
Solo 152545 Instrumental 15253545 Year-
book Clinic 354.
Science Club 1525 Bowling Club 35 Honor
Society 3545 "Just Ducky" 45 Advanced
Science 45 Assistant Yearbook Adver-
tising Editor 3.
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Band 15253545 Librarian 25 Choir 152,35
45 F.H.A. 253545 Historian 45 Library
Club 1,2535 Clarinet Quartet 15253545
"Dear Diary" 35 "Just Ducky" 45 Senior
Carnival Chairman 45 Assistant Circu-
lation Editor 35 Yearbook Conference
3545 Student Council 15 "H.M.S. Pina-
forc" 35 Variety Show 15 All-County
Baseball 2,33 Basketball 13
Service Club 1,2,3i Photog-
raphy Club 1,2, Assistant
Photography Editor 3.
J.V. Basketball 1,23 Var-
sity Basketball 33 Football
2,3,43 Baseball 1,23 Track
2,3,43 Volleyball 43 Wres-
tling 3,43 Sectional
Champion 440 3.
Basketball 1,2,33 Football
1,2,33 Volleyball 1,2,33
Track 1,2,33 Boys' Intra-
Band 1,2,33 Choir 1,23
F.H.A. Z,3,43 Secretary
2,33 Library Club 2,33
"Dear Diary" 33 Yearbook
staff 33 Bowling Club 3,4.
Football 3,4 Baseball 3,
FFA 1,2,3,4 F FA Re
porter 4 Farm Manage
ment Judging Team 3,
Milk Marketing School 4.
Transferred from Randolph
Central School, 19573 Cho-
rus 1,2,3,43 Library Club
1,2,3,43 Bible Club 3,43
Intramurals 1,25 "Dear
J.V. Basketball l,23 Varsity
Basketball 33 Football
2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Volley-
ball 2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,43
Wrestling 2,3 43 3rd fina-
list in County Wrestling
Meet 33 Pole Vault County
Champion 2,33 3rd finalist
in County Broad Jump 3.
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football '
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leyball 1,25 Chorus 1,25
Athletic Association 2,35
"Dear Diary" 35 "Just
Ducky" 45 Bowling 3,45
Boys' Intramurals 15
N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 152.
Nancy Lee Halls
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Library
Club234 FHA 34
Bible Club 2 3 4 Secre
tary of Bible Club 3 Year
book Staff 3 4 Just
Ducky Director Area All
State 4 All County Choir
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J V Baseball 1 2, Varsity
2 Varsity Basketball 3
J V Football 3, Varsity
Football 4 Track 3
Chorus l,3,4, Class Prcsi
dent 3 Student Council
Transferred from Griffith
Institute to Gowanda to Pine
Valley in 1958
FF A 1 Rifle Club l
Radio Club 1 Basketball
2 3, Intramurals 2 3
Band l,2,3,4, Track 4
Band 1,25 Chorus 1,25
Librarian 15 Sextette 15
Intramurals 3,45 Yearbook
Staff 3,45 "Dear Diary" 35
"Just Ducky" 45
N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 1,25
Bowling Team 3,45 Ma-
jorette 3,45 All-County
Band 1 2 3 J V Cheer
leader12 FHA 34
Dear Diary 3 Class Sec
retary 1 2 3, Library Club
1 2 Yearbook Staff 3
F F A 3 4 Treasurer 3
Vice President 4, Cattle
Judging 3 4 Milk Market
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President 45 F.H.A. 2,3,45
President 45 Girls' Intra-
murals 2,3,45 Play Days
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Library Club 3,45 Vice-
President 35 Secretary 45
Football Cheerleader 4.
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town5 Volleyball 3.
Student Council 2,35 Bas-
ketball 25 Football 2,3,45
F.F.A. 15 Posture King 15
Prom Attendant 3.
Science Club 25 Secretary-
Treasurer 25 Bible Club
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2:3143 Top Magazine Sales-
manship Award 45 Play
F.l-l.A. 1,2,3,45 Historian
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l,2,3,45 Librarian 45
"l-l.M.S. Pinafore" 35 Vari-
ety 15 Library Club 3,45
Vice-President 45 Honor
Basketball 152, Football
2,3,45 Wrestling 3,45
"Pine Knot" 3,45 Bowli
Club 45 Chorus l,2.
"Dear Diary" 35 Basketball
2,3545 Football 25 Track
Award 35 F.F.A. l,2,3,45
Vice-President 35 President
45 Farm Management
Judging Team 35 Dairy
Cattle Judging Team 2,35
G.L.F. Convention 35
Milk Marketing School 45
County Public Speaking Con
Choir 3,45 Treasurer 45 F.H.A. 2,3,45
Historian 35 Vice-President 45 State
Convention 35 Honor Society 3,45 Li-
brary Club 45 Feature Staff 3,45 Bowling
35 Assistant Student Director "Just
Library Club 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 35
Bible Club 2,3,45 Program Chairman
45 Chorus l,2,3,45 All-County1,2,3,45
"H.M.S. Pinafore" 35 Vocal Ensemble
45 Feature Staff 3 45 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Fes-
tival l,2,3,45 "Just Ducky" Prompter
45 Fashion Show 35 Yearbook Clinic 3,
Library Club 2,3,45 Secretary 25 Photog-
raphy Club 15 Intramurals 15 Yorker
Club 25 "Dormitory Dub" 35 State Con-
vention 35 Pine Knot 354.
"Just Ducky" 4.
Bible Club 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,45 All-
County Choir l,2,3,45 Library Club 2,
3,45 F.l-l.A. 15 "I-l.M.S. Pinafox-e" 35
Fashion Show 2,3,45 Vocal Ensemble
Show 3,45 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Festival 1,2,
3,45 Vocal Solo 2.
Miko, our exchange student, comes
from the city of Iwamizawa on I-loldaaido,
one of the islands of Japan. She is
spending a year in Pine Valley under the
auspices of the American Field Service.
She is seventeen years of age, and will
have to complete a year and a half of
high school when she retums to Japan.
While at Pine Valley, she participated
in the following activities: Chorus5
Bible Club5 Yorker Club5 Yorker Club
We are the frrst class to feel the emphasls
placed on educatron that was brought on by the ap
pearance of Sputnrk We have seen several changes
Most Llkely to Succeed rn our own eurrteulum and realize that our educa Most Talkatwe
Arnold and Pat tron wrll mean much to us rn the future Now we Rgtha and Dave
have recerved our drplomas a goal we have been
workrng toward for the last twelve years
In the future we hope to remember the fun as
well as the work that we have had Our most
Most 5fUbb0m memorable dances were the Leap Year Hop whrch Best Personahty
Jan and Tom we had durlng our Freshman Year and the Senror Joy and Don
Prom Our Class Rrngs whrch we recerved wrth joy
showed that we were much closer to graduatron than
we had realrzed
Our trrp to Washrngton was the culmmatron of
our never to be forgotten years at Prne Valley
Quretest, Most Athleuc
Karen and Dan Georgra and Tom
'Sally and Dallas Most F1ll'l21IlOl!S
Phyllls and Gary
Best Dressed Wltucst
Nancy and Dean Neva and Dan
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junior play "Are Teachers lIumau'?". An honor
was bestowed upon our class, as we were the
class from which a student was chosen to repre-
sent the American Field Service Abroad.
Even though this has been a great year, we
are all looking forward to the learning and
activities of our Senior year.
ROW 1--J. Merrill, F. Linsler, C. Peters, N. Purdy, A. Hart, N. Steves. ROW 2--J. Mac-
Donald, V. Woodcock, C. Kelly, N. Lincoln, N. Darling, V. Ruttenbur, M. Mierzwa, G.
Scott, M. Di Antonio, S. Pattyson, Mrs. Hall. ROW 3--R. Mead, N. Cullen, J. Schweiger,
R. Burris, R. Killock, D. Crowell, D. Mount, J. Kelsey, H. Tutton.
J u niors
This year, for the Juniors, proved to bc both
educational and exciting. Between classes, we
sold pompoms so that the student body could
help cheer the football and basketball teams on
to victory. As we progressed through our year
of learning, we had some fund-raising projects
which included selling Christmas cards, having
Pine Val1ey's first record hop, and presented our
Cook, A. Acklcr, E. Howard, G. Sutter, S. Dunficld, B. Ingersoll, C. Curtis, K. Larson, Mr.
Molloy ROW 3- L. Darling D. Crowell, P Pickup N. Mathewson, D Da on G. Fancher
ROW 1--K. Kahm, L. Abbey, S. Clark, K. Moynihan, P. Weaver, B. Brackett. ROW 2--Mr.
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R. Nash. ROW 4--D. Kapple, R. Sandy, G. Livermore, D. Volk, D. Swanson, W. Stamp, Z.
The Sophomores feel that they have ac-
complished much this year in their pursuit of a
better education. Aptitude Tests were given to
the whole class, the results of which will help
them to plan their future careers.
They edited the school newspaper which was
published in March. Their dance, which was
anticipated by all, was held in April.
They now feel that they are one step nearer
their high school diplomas.
The class officers are: Sun Fish, Donald
Volkg Lantern Fish, Norris Mathewsong Pen Fish,
Sylvia Wightniang Gold Fish, Carol Estus.
ROW 1--B. Peters, J. Fancher, A. Aekley, D. Gier, J. Peters, G. Saunders. ROW 2--Mr. Lines,
B. Saunders, J. Brown, S. Mead, J. Cullen, B. Ebert, A. Silsby, L. Hadley, S. Earle, Mr. Blaszak.
ROW 3--M. Wolfe, D. Corkwell, L. Camahan, D. Bond, S. Gleason, L. Harkness, J. LoMonto, J.
Zeman, D. Weaver, D. Young. ROW 4--L. Mann, E. Mierzwa, S. Pattyson, M. Oakes, T. Elliott,
J. Harwood, J. Weaver, D. Nash.
The Freshman Class achieved
success in everything that it attempted
to do. Their first newspaper, "The
Whispering Pines," was gratefully
received by the student body. They
sponsored a dance in early spring.
During the year, their high school
guidance program of testing was
started with an interest test to show
the students in which occupational
directions their interests point.
The class officers are: Sun Fish,
Sharon Mead, Lantern Fish, Yvonne
Fisher, Pen Fish, Lawrence Ellis,
Gold Fish, Leona Francis.
ROW 1: B. Peters, J. Fancher, A.
Ackley, D, Gier, J. Peters, G. Saun-
ROW 1--D. Famham, A. Lewis, F. Boyd, L. Bentley, S. Murray, B. Zeman, K. Hillebert, R. Zollin-
ger. ROW 2--M. Rublee, G. Stratton, L. Darling, A. Crowell, P. Schultz, J. Snyder, C. Nenno, J.
Ivctt, J. Nyhart, J. Rundell. ROW 3--Mrs. Sturm, J. Carver, J. Tutton, R. Sheldon, T. Pickup, G.
Perkins, R. Carpenter, J. Rowicki, J. Walters, A. Ackley. ROW 4--D. Tatchell, F. Dye, F. Gould,
A C. Snyder, R. Carpenter, D. Abbey, D. Livermore, D. Meadows, K. Peters, R. Morey, K. Mount,
May saw us gaily assembled in
school buses and trekking toward
Gettysburg. This trip was the
highlight of our year.
Our officers are: Sun Fish,
Karen Mirwaldg Lantern Fish,
Michael Mirwaldg Pen Fish, Fred
Gouldg Gold liish,Geraldine
A roller skating party in Octo-
ber found many of our 80 members
As usual our chief money-
making plan has been the school
store which was well patronized by
all the students of P.V.C.S,
ROW 1--N. Tyrna, A. Wright, J. Condon, E. Clark, S Killock, L. Larson, N. Morgan, M. Hodges.
The Seventh Grade
After a few weeks of adjusting
to the changing of classes, the
seventh grade adapted themselves
very well to the new routine of
Junior High School.
Their class advisors, Mrs.
Oesher, Mr. Dorman, and Mr.
Draggett, greatly aided them in
J ROW 2--Mr. Draggett, F. Allport, S. Killock, J. Wells, Y. Lincoln, K. Neubeck, B. Weaver, D.
Tatchell, B. Harrington, Mr. Dorman. ROW 3--Z. Mansfield, M. Riley, D Brumagin, R. Harris,
M. Cullen, J. Sauberan, G. Jungquist, G. Ingersoll, D. Gillespie, W. Bowen, L. Hadley. ROW 4--
J. Buckley, D. Mount, D. Kapple, D.Cier, R. Murphy, R. Frisbee, L. Sheldon, N. Brackett, J.
For recreation, a roller skating
party was held in Dunkirk. Their
class party took place in the spring.
The class officers are: Sun
Fish, Kathleen Neubeckg Lantern
Fish, Leland Smith, Pen Fish,
Louise Sutter, Gold Fish, Jacqulyn
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ROW 1--A. Carver, D. Ivett, K. Ackley, R. Crumb, R. Mead, L. Paine. ROW 2--M. Zeman, L.
Meyers, L. Phillips, J. Harris, N. Howard, N. Henderson, C. Thompson, B. Bolles. ROW 3--J Liver-
more, J. Pagett, J. Silleman, L. Sutter, N. Ellis, V. Clark, E. Woolley, L. Rexford. ROW 4--D.
Kyser, L. Smith, D. Brown, D. Morgan, R. Babcock, D. Miller, C. Howard, V. Butcher, Mrs. Oesher.
ROW 5--J. Livermore, R. Tyma, C. Stankey, B. Stiles, E. Kahm, K. Bowen, L. Waite.
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SEATED P Dunfleld D Rexford, A Hrerl, J Woolley STANDING M D1An
The Advanced Serence group rs rn rts frrst year of
cndcavor It attempts Lo provrde more trme opporrunrty
and frcrhues ro the scrcuce mrnded students of Prne
V rllcy school
lhc group meets once a week after school from
.3 .30 to 5 00 P M Dllflllb thrs tune the members are
cunourabcd to work on scrcnce toprcs beyond the normal
lubh school lcvcl llus rs done by drscussron research
wrpcrrmtntatron projtcr work and frcld trrps A hugh
lrbht of the ye lr w rs tht frcld Lrrp to Cornell Unrversrty
ll rs hoped that thc more a student rs exposed to
scrcnct the bettcr Joh he or she wrll bc able to do rn
scrcncc or .1 scrcncc related freld rn the future
National Honor Society
Each year the Natronal Honor bocrety rnducts mem
bers from the student body who have shown outstandrng
abrlrty rn scholarshrp leaderslup scrvrce and charxcter
Under the drrecuon of rts capable advrsor Mr Kapu.4a
thrs organraauon rs growrng rn sue
Bcsrdes lrvrng up to rts hrfjh standards rn the class
room as well 'rs rn thc communrty the llonor bocrety
comprlcd and publrshed thc honor and merrt rolls and
presented a bulletrn board drsplay As rn former years
the members enjoy ed thcrr annual trrp thrs year to the
Unrversrty of Buffalo The offrcers are bunfrsh Don
Rexford Lantern lrsh Pat Dunfrcld Pen Frsh Janrcc
Woolley Goldfrsh Arnold lhcrl
H Tutton Mr Montaldr D Rcxford A Hrerl D Stankey P Dlmfleld
M, Scavenger Fish
Ed1tor1alAdvrsor Mrs llall
Busrness Advrsor Mr Lrnes
Art Advrsor Mr Tomasulo
Feature Advrsor Mr Molloy
Edrtor rn Chref Don Rexford
Jr Assrstant jodnne Warm
Busrness Manager Arnold llrerl
Jr Assrstwnt Drek Brown
Lay out Edrtor Pat Dunfreld
ROWl Mr Tomasulo J Kastle Mrs Hall J Warm D Rcxford fEd1tor m Chrefl P
Dunfreld Ql.ny out Edrtorl R Burns J Woolley fFeat1u'e Edltorj, Gene Scott ROW 9
N Darlrng P Pagett, C Kelly, M M1erLwa,R Kllloclx, T Orcutt R Butcher fPhotog
ra1Jl1yEd1Lorj,M DrAnton1o, P 'lutton K Warner, P Mrerzwa C Barry M Bowen AB
SENT R SIH1tl1cAFl Edxtorj
Jr Absratant Bob Burns
Features lzdrtor hmee Woolley
Jr Amstint bent, beott
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Art Ldrtor Rttlrn Snnth
Jr Assrst ant Drek krlloek
lyprng, Ldrtor Naney Larver
Jr A5blbIlIll joLllen
M me Donald
Photogriphy Edrtor Ron 11d
lr Assrstant Margaret
C rrt ulatron ldrtor Phyllls Allan
Jr Assrst int Junt Run ldr
Advcrtmng Ldrtor Dan bmnltey
jr Asstst mt Norma btevts
ROW1 J MacDonald N Carver fTypmg Edrtorj N Steves D StanlxeyfAdvert1s1ng Edr
torj R Brown, A Hlerl fBus1ness Managcrl P Allen fC1rculat1on Edrtorj J Ruekh, C Peters
C Frary J Merrrll ROWZ Mr Lmcs D Ivett C Fancher T Bamlrart N Hrlls, D
Nenno, K Cooper, S Harvey G Mrlspaw, O Merrrll S Pattyson J Ebert M Mrerzwa
S Rundell Mr Marek
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lst ROW P Dunfleld, P Allen G Scott, B Hrllebert, S Rundell, A Howe J Woolley 2nd ROW C
Curtxs L Hadley N Mathewson, P Rodgers, S Dunfleld N Darlmg J Merr1ll,B Ebert, F Howard, L
Darhng S Pattyson 3rd ROW J Ivett, J Nyhart, K Mosher, E Bentley, B Barley A H1er1 W Stamp
STANDING Mr Cook, C Burtner, D Kapple, J Ruckh, G Mllspaw, L Darlmg, T Strles R Marquart
Tune A Fish
Srnce the A ratrng recerved at the Fredoma Fesuval last spnng the band has been worlung
A very well performed Chrrstmas concert was presented to the P T A and rn Assembly
Several of our fme musrcxans attended the Area All State Fesnval Pat Dunfreld was accepted
at the Buffalo All State whlch was an honor for our school as well as for Pat
In May a solo festtval rn Jamestown was held wlth several of our members parucxpaung
The frrst week ln June we attended the All County Fesuval at Chautauqua played a Band Con
cert ln South Dayton and also played for graduatron The offxcers are Sunfrsh Patncra Dunf1eld
Pen Flsh Janrce Woolley
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L. wane, R. carpenter, F..Boyd, M. Nlirwald, F. Could, s. crumb. ' ' ' ' '
lst ROW J Kastle N Carver B Brackett H Mrlspaw B Hrllebert M Weaver J Rundell M Berry R
Carpenter D Mansfreld D Weaver R Marquart Znd ROW L Hadley S Bromley B Jungquist F Nrshr
kawa L Howard, N Lincoln J Woolley D Grer D Allen B Burris T Hackett B Crowell H Weaver
D Brown S Gleason R Wolfe 3rdlOW L Abbey G Peters R Newcomb, K Mosher C Curtrs S Dun
field S lerrckson S Wrehtman J Cullen A Ackley P Weaver B Peters K Cooper 4th ROW P Tutton
C Scott E Howard P Allen G Miller B Dayton C Iestus P Dunfreld N Hrlls B Ingersoll P Page-tt
C Kelly L Francis Y In5,ersoll Mrs Wells
The Senior Choir of approximately 55 members began their rehearsals in Sep
tember and worked for the Iall Foncert on November 'ith On November 14th and
loth 3 of our members participated in the All State Choir at Olean December 23rd
brought us to the annual Christmas Program in which we participated
In January we beban working on Du Bois The Seven Last Nw ords of Christ which
we presented at Easter
April and May found us hard at work lookrnb forward to the festival at Jamestown
and our Spring Concert
Our year ended with partieipation in the County festival at Chautauqua on June
Gth and inthe Baeealnirezite service on June Zlst.
The officers were 'rs follows: Sun Fish--Patricia Dunficld Lantern Fish--Pen Fish
--Janice Woolley Gold Fish--I riscilla Pabett librarians--Nancy Carver Bonnie Hil-
lebert Kendreek Mosher 'recompanists--Janice Nw oolley and Nancy Carver.
ROWl B l-ltllebert, S Dunfreld P Allen, P M1erzwa,B Barley, J Smxth P Pagett, K Mosher,M
Mierzwa, O Mer-nll ROW 2 A Ack1er,B Jungqu1st,K Larson, D McKay,M Mxerzwa, C Curtls
S Wightman, Y Ingersoll, E Howard S Rundell, J Brown, C Frary, J MacDonald, B Barth
ROW 3 R Fraser,N Green, E Howard N Purdy R Schwe1ger,B Ingersoll, M Bowen, G Scot1:,B
Colvin, K Kahm L Abbey, S Bromley Mrs Allen ROW4 G Saunders, L Franc1s,C Kelly, S
Ericson, F l-loward,Y F1sher,M Rogers, J Harvey, J Peters ROW 5 B Purdy, G Miller, K Moynl
han,V Ruttenbur,N I-lrlls D Cter B Davton G Sutter,B Peters
Many girls attended and enjoyed the District Meeting at Randolph in
the Fall and Delevan-Machias in the Spring. Their District Treasurer
Sandra Dunfield and Chapter President Patricia Mierzwa attended the
State Meeting in Syracuse with Mrs. Allen in May.
Each year one week is set aside for National F.H.A. Week to pro-
mote the goal for better school and community life. They sponsored a
Teachers Recognition Day during which the teachers were honored with
They ended the year with a Hobo Day a Mother and Daughter Ban-
quet and hope to have achieved their goal Toward New Horizons.
The officers are: Sun Fish--Patricia Mierzwa- Lantern Fish--Pricilla
Pagettl Pen Fish--Bonnie Bailey- Gold Fish--Kendrick Mosher.
The Art Club which met weekly for
instruction in drawing and handicraft
work enjoyed a profitable year with its
By charging a small fee, for the
services rendered to the school such as
sign painting and making posters the
club was able to buy the necessary ma
terials for its activities
The officers are Sun Fish Clarence
Kelly Gold Fish Jon Harwood
SEATED: J. Harwood, C Kelly STANDING: Mr Tomasu1o,A.
Thorpe, D. Farnham K. Hillebert K Petersen, M Movnihan
B Keyser, H Ivett
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Tl1e I I A started the year by sellrng seeds taklng a
sorl analysts and sprayrng crops for weed control for area
farmers At the Chautauqua County I-atr we Judged cattle
and poultry We also partrcrpated tn the Chautauqua County
I I- A speakmg contest Some members attended a four day
school on nulk m trketrng at Syracuse
The ofhcers are bun lrsh Kenneth Oakes Lantern Flsh
Donald Ivett Cold I-rsh Trntothy Dye Pen Frsh Douglas
ROW 1 Mr Babcock, Dave Crowell C Fancher, K Oakes, D Ivett, Doug Crowell, T Dye ROW 2
H Tutton, R Mead, G Fancher L Darling J Kelsey, R Crowell J Weaver, J Schwerger J Dan
ker, R Howard G Lrvermore, H Weaver, Don Fancher L Ke11ey,D Dayton, R Nash Doug Fancher,
The bervrce Club ts desrgned to ard
the classes at any ume
They are always ready to operate the
movte projector tape recorder as well as
to set up scenery for plays and do many
other Important chores
The ofhce rs tre Sun Frsh Ray
Sheldon Lantern Frsh Leroy bheldon
Pen l'1Sl1 Lee Iltrl ness
SEATED B Copper, L Harkness D Mount M Cullen STANDING
R Sheldon, R Murphy, L Sheldon, Mr Blazak D Nash J Rundell,
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M Zeman Znd ROW Mrs Oehser S Krllock E Woolley K Neubeck J Pagett, M Crowell, D
Gxer N Darling J Wells Y Lmcoln J Srlleman, D Tatchell, F Allport 3rd ROW D Gelles
pre M Rrley A Mansfield G Jungquist J Saubaun S Bromley, K Bowen, C Estus, C Howard
S Cooper V Butcher, G Ingersoll D Kysor, M Cullen, D Ivett L Hadley 4th ROW W Bowen
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Brown, R Babcock, L Waite, J Crumb
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The 8th grade branch collected S100 for
UNICEF and had a Get Out the Votes Cam
The members concluded their year by at
tending the Jamboree at Mrddleport and the
state convention in May
The officers are as follows 7th Chairman
Denms Brown 8th Chairman Fred Gould
The three branches of the Yorkers had a
very profitable year with their many projects.
The main activity of the group was the
co-sponsoring of the American Field Service
student A birthday party was held for Miko
on November '7
Each group sold candy there was a Yorker
Recognition Day which made the halls color
ful and three one act plays were presented
lst ROW M Wolfe C Kelly L Zollrnger, G Perkrns, R Moffrtt, R Earle M Mrrwald R Marquart
Fish Nancy Darling Lantern Fish Richard
Howard Pen Fish Bonnie Hrllebert Gold
Fish Patty Newcomb News Reporter Larry
Znd ROW N Henderson B Bolles M Grambrom R Zollrnger L Bentley S Murray, K H1llebert,D
Farnhan N Howard 3rd ROW K Mrrwald B Hrllebert J Harris S Crmnb J Ivett E Howard L
Darling K Mosher, A Crowell, V Clark, N Ellis, K Moymhan, G Howard C Nenno J Nyhart B
Purdy E Butcher, K Howe, G Saunders 4th ROW Mrs Gould J Rundell M Buckley M Harwood,
R Morr1s,G Scott, N Purdy B Ingersoll L Sutter, Y Ingersoll M DrAnton1o, R Ennis, P Newcomb,
M Phrllrps K Peterson, C Brown 5th ROW D Tatchell, D Weaver, J Rowickr J Cooper, B Cooper
J Rundell R Carpenter N Mathewson, R Sandy R Howard, D Volk R Morey, C Snyder, R Chase
E Newcomb F Gould D Howard, T Dye, Mr Colicchra
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year Among the WOl'llllwllllL projects llS
members p1rt1c1p1ted lll lhhle qrnzzes
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F1sh Mary lNel1VL,l' Pen FlSll Donna Grer
Gold lrsh Pauhnc ly eavcr
Swanson M Swanson J Kelsey R Carpenter L Carnahan
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formed lll beptember 1nd 111et once .1 week
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brarn wrth tl1e other vocal broups
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8th grade class presented 1 llllllSII'L,l show on
November 14th On December llrd the
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ll1e CllOll' part1c1p:1ted lll the lllllllill Spnnb
Concert whrch w lb held lll M 1yf
Ull June Oth 1 few of Olll members sang
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'lhc offrce rs are as follows Qllll l lSll
ssell Morey l llllt rn l1sl1 lngerna
Buteher llllfelflelllb Lllen Ny oolleyf and Kay
ll1l1ebert aeeornp lIll5LS I1ee111el1ne Condon
Ellen 11 oolley 1nd Yvonne Imeoln
lst ROW B Bolles N Tyma A Wrrght M Zeman L Larson J Condon N Howard B Harrmg
ton E Woolley K Peterson K Mlrwald F Allport M Hodges R Crumb R Hadley R Meade
2nd ROW Mrs Wells K Hrllebert S Krllock D Farnham K Howe N Henderson M Plulhps
M Moynrhan J Harr1s, M Harwood E Butcher J Srlleman L Phllllpb R Babcock C Howard
V Butcher R Harr1s 3rd ROW R I-.nms P Newcomb E Clarke B Weaver Y L111coln L
Nenno V Clark N Ell1s L Sutter C Howard J Lrvermore J Wells K Newbeck L Stankey
R Morey D Meadows D Brown R Carpenter R Moft1tt J Crumb L Snuth
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pa11el d1scuss1o11 on Teenrg e Prohlerns lllkl
support of a Korean orphm lheyf lllVC 1lso
Galanons Sun l-lSll Rrchard Wolfe Lantern
Warner L Abbey
Although the Photography Club has been organmed
rectntly tts membt rs have been learntng as well as en
joylng therr weekly IIILLIHIES lhe learntng of develop
mtnt tnlargement and prmttng of photographs was
thetr largtst undertaking Mr Tomasulo the advtsor
gave them many hrnts on takmg ptctures
The offtcers are Sun Ftsh Patrrcta Mrerzwa Gold
Fxsh Margaret Mrerzwa
ROW1 C hstus,P Pagett, K Mosher, J Kast1e,P Mrerzwa G Mrller ROW2
M Weaver K Cooper,P Tutton,B Purdy N Purdy J Smith N H1115 C Kelly, K U
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The members ofthe Lrbrary Club have taken over
many responstbrlltres of the lrbrary thts year Mrs
Fuller who has taken care of the ltbrary for many years
left rn March and was replaced by Mrs Ivett
Thts year the club began gtvmg a letter for the ftrst
year of membershlp and a pm for eaeh consecutlve year
of servlce The money makmg projects mcluded sell
mg valentmes and collecttng over due book fmes
The offtcers are Sun Ftsh Joy Kastle Lantern Frsh
Kendrtck Mosher Pen Ftsh Patrrcra Mrerawa Gold
Ftsh Carol Estus
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er , rerzwa, rerzwa, ac ona NDING Mr Toma -
W- sulo, R Schwerger, B Dayton, J LoMonto, J Harwood, V Ruttenbur, J Danker, S
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As t.he enthusrasnc crowd was cheermg
our team was f1ght1ng to break through the
offenstve lmes of the opposmg team to
obtam two pomts for a hook shot Jump
shot or an easy lay up Barnhart and
Cullen our hlgh scorers led thls ftght
played the sp1r1t of flghttng for the ball
All through these games our Panthers
demonstrated some excmng moments on
the basketball court Wrth the up commg
basketball players the future of our Pan
thers looks promxsmg They have a
Although the hard tlmes were frequent
due to unavorded handwaps our team d1s
Dxck , Don
Dmck N. . LeRoy
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The walls of the gym echoed wrrh
rousrng cheers as our Mermards led the
excrted crowd to the tune of Go Man
or Frght Team Frght' As the teams
shouted encouragtng yells to the trred
When the team was behrnd the players
Karen sl-q Nancv
exhausted and the crowd hoarse from
screamrng the cheerleaders don t grve up
the frght attrtude renewed saggrng sprrrts
Here s hoprng that next year s cheer
for rt takes good cheerleadrng and good
sportsmanshrp as well as the team to make
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raced down the floor, our cheerleaders D leaders have as much pep and ambition,
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Stamp, Z. Colvin.
J. V. Basketball
The J.V. Basketball team
finished the season with a very
successful record of twelve wins
and six losses. The team can be
proud of its shooting success,
averaging ten points more per
game than the opposition.
Don Volk finished as high
scorer with 88 points to his credit,
while Clarence Pagett scored 85
points and made the highest foul-
shooting average. Richard Sandy
had the highest individual field
The J.V. team looks forward
to another successful year at
ROW 1--R. Sandy, D. Volk, G. Ingersoll, T. Mierzwa, T. Stiles, D. A
Allen. ROW 2--L. Wight, J. LoMonto, E. Bentley, J. Weaver, L. 5
Darling, Mr. Bergholtz. ROW 3--C. Silliman, L. Ellis, J. Pagett, W. S
ROW 1--A. Carver, L, Waite, J. Walters, W. Bergy, J. Weaver, R.
Howard, C. Stankey, R. Earle, QAsst. Mgnj. ROW 3--J. Carver, R.
Moffitt, F. Barth, R. Paine, D. Cier, C. Junquist, D. Kapple. ROW 4--
"" Mr. Tomasulo, D. Brown, J. Buckley, R. Murphy, D. Mount, N. Hills,
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7th and Sth Grade
Under the guidance of Mr.
Tomasulo, the 7th and 8th Grade
boys practiced steadily in order to
defeat their opponents. Games
were played with Brocton, Gowand
and Cassadaga wit.h the win of
five games and the loss of seven.
The boys are looking forward
to next year with great anticipa-
ROW 1--R. Marquart, R. Nash, J. Pagett, J. LoMonto, D. Kapple, L.
Ellis, J. Young, Z. Colvin. ROW 2--J. Zeman, D. Fancher, J. Mer-
rill, L. Harkness, E. Bentley, J. Harwood, T. Mierzwa. ROW 3--Mr.
Bergholtz, T. Dye, K. Peters, G. Ingersoll, D. Allen, D. Livermore, L.
J. V. Football
The year of 1958 marks the beginning of the ll-man football team at Pine Valley.
We are proud of their record of 3 wins and 1 loss. The team was very strong defensively.
Jon Young led the team by scoring 13 points and Neil Cullen was second highest, scoring 6
points. Considering t.he determination, interest, and size of these boys, we say, "Beware," to
Carpenter, C. Synder. ROW 2--F. Heath lMgr.j, Q. Dye, R. Chase, D. '
C, KNEELING: P. Peterson, R. Nash, T. Bamhart, J. Everetts, M. Max-
' ' well, S. Pattyson. STANDING: Mr. Dorman, L. Brumagin, D. Clark,
- D. Meakin, K. Oakes, R. Killock, J. Ellis, D. Mount, D. Swanson, T.
k Orcutt, H. Johnson, J. Merrill.
This year we came in fourth at
the county B-C Track meet. In
the Class C Sectional Track Meet,
we were second only to Limestone
At the Class C Sectional Track
Meet, Jerry Ellis broke the pole-
vault record by vaulting ten feet
one inch. In the same meet,
Kenneth Oakes tied the Class C
high jump record of five feet six
and three-quarters inches.
This was the first season we
have been able to use our own
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ROW 1--C. Ingersoll, C. Silleman, E. Cullen, J. Everetts, R. Sandy.
ROW 2--C. Pagett, D. Volk, P. Pickup, N. Cullen. ROW 3--Mr.
Bergholtz, L. Ellis, L. Darling, B. Stamp, J. Ellis.
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The Volleyball Team, as usual, worked for a successful year. The compe-
tition was different this year for the players because they were awarded a "B"
The county play-off for Class B teams was held at Brocton on April 11.
KNEELING. M. Barry, D. Mansfield, D. Nash, J. Kelsy, J. Rundell,
D. Bond. STANDING: Mr. Dunning, J. Clark, D. Fancher, J.Merrill,
R. Nash, L. Ellis. C. Burtner, J. Everetts. .l. Ellis. D. Nenno.
The Pine Valley wrestling team
has improved greatly, this year.
With a record of four wins, six
losses and one tie, the team fin-
ished Znd in Class B, and tied for
Sth in the Chautauqua Wrestling
The high contenders were Jerry
Ellis who finished 3rd in class 168
and Jeff Merrill who finished 4th
in class 136.
We feel the boys had a very
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lst ROW D Nenno, D Morey, D Harvey J E,111s,T Bamhart L Emley 2nd ROW H Johnson, T Stxles
S Pattyson N Cullen, R Sandy, C Fancher Coach Brown
The past season has proven very successful for the varslty football team Jerry E1l1s wxth 60 pomrs
and Tom Barnhart w1th 36 pomts were the h1gh scorers wlule Dean Morey R1ch Sandy and Charhe
Fancher were the stalwarts on defense
A new expenment was tested th1s year through the rental of a portable hghung system for the sea
son s last game A fme crowd wrtnessed the 47 12 vrctory and the hope IS that sometlme rn the future
Pxne Valley w111 have IIS own permanent hghung system
1958 w111 also be remembered as the last s1x man football team ln Pme Valley hxstory
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D Volk Uvianagerj P Pxckup N Cullen C Fancher E Cullen D Harvey H Johnson R Mansheld
Chautauqua Bat Flsh
Wrth ambmons h1gh the baseball team began the 1958 season When the f1rst hne pxtcher Mlles
Enms developed severe arm trouble the team depended on the ever rmprovmg prtchrng of Tom Barn
One of the hrghllghts of the season was the extra mmng game agamst Frewsburg, the league champs
The trophy for the hxghest battmg average was won, for the 2nd ume, by LeRoy Emley wlth an
average of 409
3 Srnce the team has lost only two of rts members Marty Maxwell and Pete Peterson Coach Brown
IS lookmg forward to a most successful 1959 season.
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