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On Monday, February 15, we were saddened by
the death of our school secretary, Mrs. Alice Couser.
It is difficult for us to realize that her place is now
empty, for she was indeed a true and helpful friend.
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We, the Senior Class of 1960, dedicate the '60
Spartan to Mr. Jacob H. Miller and Miss Annette Pal-
mer, who have been an inspiration to us and have un-
selfishly given up their time to help us. We wish to
express our sincere and humble gratitude for their
guidance when it was needed.
Mr. E. Chillura, Assistant
BOARD OF EDUCATION - SITTING: W. Pillmeier, I. Durland, Pres
STANDING: A. Regelski, J. Sturr, S. Urbanski.
OUR NEW PRINCIPAL
We wish to extend a sin
cere welcome to Mr. Wal
ter R. Paul, former mathe-
matics teacher, who this year
became our new supervising prin-
We were happy to spend our
Iast year at S. S. Seward Institute un-
der his helpful assistance and guidance,
and we wish Mr. Paul continued success in
the years to come.
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FACULTY - SITTING: Mrs. G. Stewart, Miss I. Spencer, Mrs. A. Behrent,
Mr. E. Chillura, Mr. I. Kimiecek, Miss A. Palmer, Mrs. E. Matusewski.
STANDING: Mr. A. Paul, Mr. A. Comunale, Mr. W. Bosch, Mr. H. Purdy,
Mr. I. Minon, Mr. J. Miller, Mr. H. Jenssen.
YEARBOOK STAFF - SITTING: P. Kosior, A. Barry, J. Ketterer, D.
Noger. STANDING: Mr. J. Miller, Advisory S. Applebaum, F. Wes-
Iowski, D. Krawcyk, W. Sisco, Miss A. Palmer, Advisor.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
R. Sieczek, Treasurer: A. Barry, Presidentg
W. Uszenski, Vice P1'esider1tgD. Noger, Secretary.
Mr. John Minon
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FREDERICK JOHN ANDRYSHAK - "Fred"
"Never sweat the small things in life."
Activities: Fire Marshal lg baseball lg Airplane Club l,
Ambition: Air Force.
ALLAN CHARLES BARRY
" Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them."
Activities: Class Vice President l-3: Senior Class Pres, g
Radio Club: Fire Marshal 3.
Hobbies: Photography, high-fidelity,
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ELIZABETH P. ALDERS - "Betty"
"Silence gives consent. "
Activities: Nat'l Honor Society 3: Sportsman Club 1: Art
Club lg Music l. J
Hobbies: Reading, crossword puzzles. n., jfiga
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PAUL STANLEY ANDRYSHAK - "Windy"
"One's pain is lessened by another's anguish, "
Activities: F.F.A. 4, president lg F.F.A. Representative
at Kansas Conference,
Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, ice skating.
Ambition: Bowling Alley Owner.
.TOANNE MARIE BRUNSWICK
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Activities: Cheerleader 3g Band 2g Nat'1 Honor Society 3,
Youth-in-Gov't. 4g Class Pres. lg Class treasurer 2g
Library Club - President.
Hobbies: Fashion designing, writing.
Ambition: Elementary teaching. .
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JAMES EUGENE DZIERZEK ' "Jimmie"
" The first step to greatness is to be honest. "
Activities: Soccer 4g baseball 23 basketball 2.
Hobbies: Fishing, trapping, sports.
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CARL EDWARD HETER - "Lub"
"After the battle, the reward. "
Activities: Soccer 2: basketball 1: band 5: Youth-in-
Gov't. 4: Fire Marshal 2: Junior Class President.
Hobbies: Airplanes, sports.
MICHELE CECELIA GRIMES - "Mickey"
"Experience is the best teacher. "
Activities: Nat'l. Honor Society 2, Treasurer 1: 12? Club
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ROBERT MARTIN HETER - "Hess"
"It is better, of course, to know useless things, than to
know nothing. "
Activities: Baseball 3: basketball 4: Fire Marshal 2:
Sportsman Club: Bpe Club 1,
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"Better late than never. " " ,
Activities: Art Club 1: Sub-Deb Club 1: Music: Sports-
man Club 1.
Hobbies: Dancing, dating, sports.
JANE ELIZABETH KETTERER - "Jane"
"An honest man 's word is as good as his bond. "
Activities: Cheerleader 3: Nat'l. Honor Society 3: Junior
Prom Queen: Class Secretary 1: Yearbook Ass 't. Edi-
tor: Library Club - Secretary.
Hobbies: Skating, music.
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PATRICIA ANN KOSIOR - "Pat"
"Give me the young man who has brains enough to make
a fool of himself. "
Activities: Cheerleader 2: Twirler 2: Nat'l. Honor So-
ciety - Vice President: Yearbook Editor: Student
Council Z: Youth-in-Gov't. Chairman 4.
Hobbies: Ice skating, dancing, sports.
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Activities: Radio Club 1: Bee Club 1: Agriculture d
Shop Club 1.
Hobbies: Ham Radio, woodworking.
Ambition: Broadcast technician.
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VINCENT STANLEY KUIAWSKI - "Vin"
"The secret in teaching lies in respecting the pupil. "
Activities: Basketball 3: baseball 2: Airplane Club:
Hobbies: Trapping, fishing, hunting.
CAROL LEE MESNICA - "Carol"
"A wise man never loses anything if he has himself. "
Activities: Girls' Leaders Club: Vice President - Library
Club 1: Twirling 1: Fire Marshal 1.
Hobbies: Reading, ice skating, dancing.
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DOROTHY GENEVIEVE NOGER - "Dot"
"A high hope for a low heaven. "
Activities: Dramatics' Club 1: Yearbook Business Manager:
Class Secretary 3: Twirler 3: Nat'l. Honor So, y itz.
Oratorical Contest 2: Junior Prom Princ ss. 5 " 7 - X
Hobbies: Dancing, music, sports.
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MICHAEL ROBERT PILLMEIER - "Mike"
' "Busy here and there. "
Activities: Band 4: basketball 4: Fire Marshal 2: baseball
1: Soccer 2: Youth-in-Gov't. 4: King of Junior Prom:
Student Council - Vice President 3: Oratorical Con-
Activities: J. V. basketball manager 1: Varsity basket-
ball manager 1: Fire Marshal 2.
Hobbies: Airplanes, sports. 1
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EDWARD STANLEY REGELSKI - "Ed" AQJ
"Push on, keep moving. " V i"
Activities: Basketball 3: soccer 3: baseball 3: Fire lvlar-
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Hobby: Dating. ,Diva -
Ambition: College. I
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Activities: Student Council President: Nat'l.
ciety 3, President 1: Sophomore Class Pres: Boys
State: Oratorical Contest 2: Band 4. 1
Hobbies: Music-piano, theatre.
Ambition: Psychology or teaching.
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Activities: Baseball 4: basketbayag q, in l ff '
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ROBERT ANTHONY SIECZEK - "Peasy"
"Time ripens all things. No man is born wise. "
Activities: Soccer 2: baseball 2: Library Club 1: Class
Treasurer 1: Sportsman Club lg Fire Marshal 2.
Hobbies: Sports, swimming.
Ambition: Physical Education Teacher.
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WILLIAM PETER USZENSKI - "Ush"
"Let the worse come to the worst. "
Activities: Soccer 3: basketball 2: baseball 2: Sportsman
Club 1: Fire Marshal 3: Senior Class Vice President.
THEODORE WILLIAM WALSH - "Ted"
"Knowledge is power. "
Activities: Sportsman Club 1: Outdoor Club 1: Library
Hobbies: Swimming, ice sk
STANLEY JOHN YURGELEWICZ. - "Yugi"
"Never promise more than you can perform. "
Activities: Baseball 2: basketball 4: Student Council 1:
Fire Marshal 3.
Hobbies: Swimming, baseball.
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Vnlll 'W Activities: Band 2g Cheerleader lg Fire Marshal lg Stu-
7 dent Council lg Youth-in-Gov't. lg Music 1.
Hobbies: Dancing, driving.
RUTH ANN ZOVISTOSKI - "Ruthie"
"Gold has its price, learning is beyond price. "
Activities: Cheerleader 3g Twirler lg Library Club lg
Fire Marshal 1.
V Hobbies: Ice skating, dancing, sports.
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We give to you our gratitude, this
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Dear Seward High, farewell, to you.
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Roberta Chiron stated that George Pullman invented "sleeping railroad cars. "
Betty Alders stated that the definition of stock was cattle which lived on a farm and
were fed hay.
Robert Heter was so small that he could hide in the shadow of Ted Walsh. P. S.
He had to wave his hands so that the catcher could see him at second base.
Michael Pillmeier started to pitch a junior baseball game and between temper and
base hits had to retire peacefully. P. S. He decided to play the outfield.
Vincent Kujawski said, "Me and Hessy will come to the Junior Prom but not with
"these here" Florida girls. "
Luke Shanley and his 9th Grade Newspaper staff labored for three months and met
every English Class period in the Library, and finally published the Ninth Grade News.
Carl Heter stopped a basketball game and said, "Aw, ma! Why, don't you quit
hollerin' at me. "
Joanne Brunswick said, "Ha-ha, Luke. I got higher than you on this test."
Dot Noger wore her hair in a perpetual pony tail.
Pat Kosior brought a lunch to the Driver Ed. Road Class just because she was hun-
Nancy Zaorski sneaked into Joe Fix-its during Driver Ed. Class for an ice cream
cone for Bob Heter.
Ruth Zovistoski, a J. V. Cheerleader at the time, went out onto the gym floor at
Tuxedo to perform a solo cheer.
Carl Heter put in 2 points for the Montogomery J. V. Basketball team during one
of 1957's league games.
The saying, "After us, the flood, " was submitted as a class motto by the present
Senior Class, then Freshman. lt was promptly rejected.
Allan Barry shuddered whenever the words New Deal were mentioned in History
Paul Andryshak was appointed Sergeant-At-Arms in the 9th grade homeroom.
Carol Mesnica, while taking Driver's Ed., was so nervous she asked if she should
take a left turn or right turn, when only a left turn was possible.
The Senior girls started on their campaign by which they hoped to make under-
classmen look up to them.
Stanley Yurgielewicz did all his homework. The teachers were so shocked that
it took them the entire week to recover.
Michael Pillmeier did his homework in bookkeeping so he would not be marked
inelligible for that week's basketball game. P. S. He was marked inelligible by two
Mr. Dempsey was here.
BETTY ALDERS, PETITE AND SHY,
ALWAYS MANAGES A FRIENDLY HI.
FRED ANDRYSHAK, WHO LIKES TO HUNT,
THINKS SHOOTING A DEER IS QUITE A STUNT.
PAUL ANDRYSHAK, WE'RE PROUD TO SAY,
IS AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE F. F. A.
THE ONE WHO KEEPS THE FLOORS SO CLEAN,
IS ALLAN BARRY ON HIS DAILY ROUTINE.
JOANNE BRUNSWICK, WHO'D LIKE TO TEACH,
WILL GIVE ANYONE TIPS ON MAKING A SPEECH.
IF YOU HEAR SINGING IN THE HALL,
IT 'S ROBERTA CHIRON, A FRIEND OF ALL.
RICHARD COLEMAN, WHO LIKES TO FLY,
ON HIS MOTOR SCOOTER, IS QUITE SOME GUY.
JAMES DZIERZEK, OUR SOCCER WING,
TRIES TO BE PROMPT IN EVERYTHING.
MICHELE GRIMES, WHOSE HOBBY IS SKATING,
BELIEVES RAY IS THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL DATING.
CARL HETER, OUR CLASS FLIRT,
SEEMS TO LIKE THOSE SNAZZY SHIRTS.
ROBERT HETER, WHOSE NICHNAME IS HESS,
IS QUITE WELL KNOWN FOR HIS FRIENDLINESS.
BARBARA HINK, WHO LIKES ROCK AND ROLL,
GOT THE "BEST LOOKING" IN THE POPULARITY POLL.
JANE KETTERER HAS CHEERED HER BEST,
AT EVERY GAME SHE SHOWED HER ZEST.
PATRICIA KOSIOR, WHOSE AMBITION IS NURSING,
SPENDS A LOT OF HER TIME IN FRIENDLY CONVERSING
RADIO ELECTRONICS IS HIS HOBBY,
THAT'S ROBERT KUIAWSKI, WHOM WE CALL BOBBY,
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VINCENT KUIAWSKI, OUR CLASS SIDEKICK,
AT TELLING JOKES HE'S PRETTY SLICK.
CAROL MESNICA, BIG V CASHIER,
IN ALL HER WORK, SHE'S QUITE SINCERE.
DOROTHY NOGER, OUR BUSINESS WHIZ,
MIGHT SOMEDAY BE SEEN ON A TV QUIZ.
STANLEY PIKUL, WHO DOESN'T TALK MUCH,
CAN'T SEEM TO FIND THAT TRIG TOUCH.
MICHAEL PILLMEIER, OUR JUNIOR PROM KING,
IS ALWAYS READY WHEN THE PASSING BELL RINGS.
EDWARD REGELSKI, WHO PLAYS IN THE BAND,
IS ALWAYS READY TO LEND A HELPING HAND.
ROBERT REGELSKI, TI-IE JUDGE 'S SON,
TREASURES THE AG. PRIZES HE HAS WON.
ROBERT SIECZEK, NICKNAMED PEASY,
TAKES THOSE POP QUIZZES NICE AND EASY.
LUKE SHANLEY, A VERY GOOD DANCER,
FOR EVERY QUESTION HE HAS AN ANSWER.
THE CURLY HEADED KID WHO PLAYS THE DRUM,
IS MICHAEL SHANLEY, OUR GOOD NATURED CHUM.
STANLEY IURGIELEWICZ, WHO HAS A GOOD SINGING VOICE
MAKES GIRLS HIS FAVORITE CHOICE.
WILLIAM USZENSKI, WHO'S LOTS OF FUN,
GETS ALONG WELL WITH EVERYONE.
THEODORE WALSH'S FAVORITE TREK,
IS DOWN TO THE OFFICE OF MR. BECK.
IF THERE'S EVER A TYPEWRITER THAT NEEDS REPAIR,
NANCY ZAORSKI IS SURE TO BE THERE.
WHEN IT COMES TO SPORTS OUR CLASS ATHLETE,
RUTH ZOVISTOSKI, IS HARD TO BEAT.
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STUDENT COUNCIL - SITTING: M. Pillmeier, T. Grecco
R. Chiron, L. Shanley. STANDING: Mr. A. Comunale,
Advisorg D. Heter, E. Kosior, S. Azierski, R. Sicina, M.
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HONOR SOCIETY - SITTING: D. Noger, J. Brunswick, L.
Shanley, M. Grimes, P. Kosior, I. Ketterer. STANDING:
M. Bakker, E. Alders, C. Caplicki, Mrs. Matusewski, Ad
visorg M. Huies, F. Weslowski.
F.F.A. - SITTING: I. Couser, T. Grecco, H. Wilson, R.
Regelski, P. Andryshak, F. Palmer, R. Dzierzek, J. Dzierzek,
R. Ehlers. STANDING: I. Olinski, Mr. E. Chillura, Advis-
org H. Behrent, P. Greener, J. Szulewski, D. Grippe, H.
Coulon, I. Kessler, R. Romer, I. Banuat, E. Andryshak, I.
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5? SECOND ROW: R. Zovistoski, M. Huies, P. Kosior, J. Ro-
VARSITY BASEBALL - KNEELING: S. Pikul, managerg E.
Kania, R. Wood, R. Ehlers, S. Glejnicziak, R. Heter, V.
Kujawski. STANDING: A. Kujawski, managergj. Dzierzek,
J. Sullivan, G. Slattery, T. Grecco, J. Galiski, R. Sieczek,
A. Paul, Coach.
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manager, W. Doty, R. Ketterer, D. Brunswick, R. Sicina,
R. Kujawski, R. Jessup, A. Comunale, Coach.
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YOUTH-IN-GOV'T - SITTING: L. Shanley, P. Kosior, S.
Applebaum, R. Chiron, I. Brunswick. STANDING: Advisorsz,
Mr. A. Comunale, Mr. H. Purdy.
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Kosior, Mr. I. Miller, Coach.
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VARSITY BASKETBALL - KNEELING: E. Kania, T. Kardys,
R. Heter, T. Grecco, M. Pillmeier, S. Olejnicziak. STAND-
ING: S. Pikul, Managergl. Szulewski, G. Slattery, I. Shan-
ley, C. Heter, H. Behrent, I. Minon, Coach.
Dearly beloved, we are gathered here to witness the last will and testament of the
class of '60. We, the class of '60, being of sound mind and body, do hereby write,
publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament.
ELIZABETH ALDERS leaves her shyness to Marie Schilling.
FRED ANDRYSHAK wills his hunting outfit to his cousin, Butch Andryshak. Don't
go on washdays, Butch! I
PAUL ANDRYSHAK leaves his muscles which he acquired from the Atlas Training
Book to Edward Kania.
ALLAN BARRY bequeaths his dangerous chemical experiments to Gary Slattery. No
JOANNE BRUNSWICK leaves her driver-training pillows to Mary Posten with the
hopes Mary will grow by then and won 't need them.
ROBERTA CHIRON wills her ability to argue with Mr. Comunale to Eileen Krawcyk.
RICHARD COLEMAN leaves his motor scooter to Wayne Sisco. Let's hope it gets
you home faster, Wayne.
JAMES DZIERZEK just wants to leave.
MICHELE GRIMES bequeaths her working papers to Tilly Van Wieren in hopes she
will have as much fun as Michele did.
CARL HETER leaves his quiet ways in classes to Tom Grecco.
ROBERT HETER wills his muskrat traps to Ronald Kujawski.
BARBARA HINK wills her 20 hair curlers and 100 bobby pins to Tommy Traskus.
JANE KETTERER bequeaths her cheerleading ability to Kathy Seekamp.
PAT KOSIOR just left.
ROBERT KUIAWSKI leaves his knack of fixing radios to Donald Brunswick.
VINCENT KUJAWSKI wouldn't leave anything, in fact, he decided to take every-
thing with him.
CAROL LEE MESNICA leaves her ability to go with one boy for a long time to Lenore
DOROTHY NOGER bequeaths her endless hours of typing for the teachers to Joan
Lempka. 100 words a minute, Joan.
STANLEY PIKUL leaves his ability to manage the basketball team to Corby Olinski.
MICHAEL PILLMEIER bequeaths his bookkeeping workbook to Theresa Nowicki.
EDWARD REGELSKI leaves his knack for borrowing combs, to comb his beautiful
hair, and never returning them, to Bob Zovistoski.
ROBERT REGELSKI leaves his F.F. A. pins and medals to Harry Behrent.
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LUKE SHANLEY leaves his sports ability to Tom Grecco.
ROBERT SIECZEK wills his corny jokes in class to Steve Applebaum.
WILLIAM USZENSKI wills his famous car that gets him where he wants to go to
THEODORE WALSH wills his year's membership in the Driver's Ed. Club to Charles
STANLEY YURGELEWICZ. leaves his ambition to graduate to Joe Szulewski.
NANCY ZAORSKI leaves her bottle of peroxide to Pat Slesinski.
RUTH ANN ZOVISTOSKI leaves her ability in sports to her sister, Rosemary. Let's
go, Rosemary, it runs in the family.
To the Junior Class, we leave hopes that they get a better Senior homeroom than
To the Sophomore Class, we leave hopes that they receive their class rings at their
To the Freshmen, we leave hopes of success in their Sophomore year.
To the Eighth Grade, we leave hopes of their having happy high school days.
To the Seventh Grade, we leave hopes of becoming Seniors.
To our new principal, Mr. Walter Paul, we leave our sincerest thanks for making
our last year at Seward a happy one.
To Mr. Chillura, we leave the hopes that next year his F. F. A. boys will have a
bumper crop of potatoes.
To Mr. Alex Paul, we leave heated soccer uniforms so next year's boys will win
the championship game.
To Miss Spencer, we leave a new pair of Swift bowling shoes so someday she 'll
To Mr. Miller, we leave 500 feet of dusting cloth for next year's librarians.
To Mr. Purdy, we leave a quieter study hall -3rd period on Tuesday and Thursday.
To Mr. Comunale, we leave a year 's supply of displays for his bulletin board.
To Mr. Bosch, we leave a book entitled HOW TO TEACH TRIG IN 3 EASY LESSONS
To Miss Palmer, we leave hopes that she will have a bigger and smarter bookkeep-
ing class next year.
To Mr. Kimiecik, we leave an extra basketball, so that next year at lunch hour the
girls will be able to play.
To Mr. Jennsen, we leave a beautiful flower garden, so he may make corsages
all year round.
To Mr. Baltes, we leave the title of "BEST ALL-AROUND IANITOR FOR '59. "
To Mr. Minon, we leave a 35, O00 promissory note to supplement next year's mag
azine campaign for the Seniors.
To Mrs. Stewart, we leave a big new '60 Cadillac, so that she can take her little
Opel in the trunk, as a spare.
To Mrs. Matusewski, we leave a year's supply of baby-sitters. We know she 'll
make good use of them.
To Mrs. Hansen, we leave hopes of someday having a mixed chorus.
To Mrs. Behrent, we leave an extra supply of adhesive tape as a replacement for
those used by the Yearbook Business Manager in hanging up posters.
To Mr. Beck, we leave hopes that next year he will find secretaries as efficient
as this year's, Michele Grimes and Betty Alders.
We all, having disposed of our possessions, set our hand and seal on this twenty
of June, in the year of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty.
CLASS FLOWER: Pink Carnation
CLASS COLORS: Pink and Silver
CLASS MOTTO: "Always Faithful"
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Betty Alders has just returned from the United Nations where she was a U. S. repre-
sentative. Betty gained the post by saving cracker-jack boxtops.
g ufrzgdzxgndryshak is now a game warden in Orange County. Fred is sure of getting
Paul Andryshak is still quite busy with pins. He is married and has 10 children.
Allan Barry is now out of this world. His last experiment has sent him into orbit,
and he can be seen once every 25 years during the solar eclipse.
-Joanne Brunswick, our shortest classmate, finally has people looking up to her. She
the windows of the Empire State Building.
Bert Chiron, who was determined to leave Florida after graduation, did so. She is
now publicity manager for Nikita Khruschev. Bert isn't too happy since she can't stand
people who can't make up their minds.
Richard Coleman, who followed in his father's footsteps, took a wrong step one day
and fell out of an airplane flying over the heart of Africa. Dick finds Tarzan and Jane
Jim Dzierzek, now 87, is still trying to get to Goshen to obtain his driving permit.
Going my way Jim?
Michele Grimes is now a model. She does the cigarette ads for Viceriene - the
cigarette with the thinking woman 's filter.
Carl Heter never knew how powerful his voice was. One day he was calling his dog,
and the next day he had one of the finest hog farms in the state.
AY-muwgxgaghbara Hink can be seen every week on channels 2-4 and 5 starring in her program,
Manhunt? Will she get her man? Tune in next week and get the answer.
Jane Ketterer, a freshman at New Paltz, decided that college isn't for her. She is
now going into the arts - the art of wrestling, that is.
Patfliosior, much to our surprise, is the only frogwoman in the Italian Navy.
-gliukkujawski thought he'd give the world a fantastic new idea. Bdliicrossed cacao
hampalm tree and obtained chocolate covered coconuts.
...-'Virfiiujawski and Bob Heter, who always had trouble with math in high school, have
now established their own firm on Wall Street.
Carol Mesnica has just won the title of the National Cash Register Pusher Champion.
Carol is now on her way to Europe to compete for the world championship.
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,zwyqggliogwer surely did succeed in the business world. She is now putting the clicks
in the Remington typewriters.
Stan Pikul has spent the last 15 years figuring out a method to avoid income tax.
He will be glad to send you the answer he devised. Just send your letters to Wallkill
Michael Pillmeier, who always had a nose for news, is now editor of the Round
Hill Daily Gazette. It has a circulation of 30, 328.
E Ed Regelski is now a head shrinker. He learned this profession while taking his
basic training with the Foreign Legion in Kenya.
Bob Regelski, an agricultural enthusiast, has made the Army his career. He is the
chief potato peeler on K. P. duty. H
Bob Siechzek is now one of the wealthiest men in the world. Bob has perfected
thermo-underwear that retains the cold for warm weather.
M Lule .Sahzanley has turned to Hollywood for his living. He lives off the Los Angeles
County Relief Board.
Stanley Yurgielewficz, because of high scholastic standing, is being sent on a one-
man expedition to Antarctic to analyze the mineral content of the ground.
Bill Uszenski is now a big unior leader. He is president of the L G E O B V P U.
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Ted Walsh has become a famous surgeon. His method of performing an appen-
dectomy without an incision is remarkable. Ted has taken over for Richard Boone in
-lianngy Zaoisrlfi fulfilled her dream and became a stockcar racer. She can be seen
at Victoryqgpxeedwnay every Saturday night. Last week Nancy finished 12th in a 10 car
Ruth Zovistoski has just returned from the Olympics in Australia. Ruthie insisted
those kangaroos had springs. V
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Miss Elizabeth Alders
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Alders
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Andryshak
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Applebaum
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Barry
Mrs. Anna Behrent
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beniz
Cheeta's Bowling Team
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chillura
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Chiron
Mr. Robert Cines
Mrs. Ann Coleman
Mr. Joe Coleman - Pittsburgh Paints
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Comunale
Mrs. Alice Couser
Ralph Curry, Jr.
Ralph Curry 85 Son - Plumbing
Richard De Lorenzo
Mr. Hank De Mouth
Mr. Irving Denenberg
Mrs. Sarah Denenberg
Mr. Donald Dimke
Dombrowski Farm Supply
Mrs. Helen Dowd
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dyjak
Miss Joyce Fleischer
Florida Oil Service
Florida Radio Shop
Florida Recreation Center
Mr. Raymond Forshee, Jr.
Frank's Shoe Rebuilders
Mrs. Gladys Freisinger
Mr. John Galiski, Sr.
W. H. Gortz - Travel Agency
Mr. Leo Grimes - Florist
Miss Michele Grimes
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grimes
Mrs. Katherine Hansen
Harter 's Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heter
Mrs. Gertrude Hink
Mrs. Pauline Howell
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howell
Mr. Thomas Howell - Electrical Contractor
Mr. and Mrs. William Howell
Miss Theresa Jaje
Mr. Hans Jennsen
John's Barber Shop
Mr. John Kaltenbach
and Mrs. Frank B. Ketterer
Paul A. Ketterer
Mr. Joseph Kosior, Jr.
and Mrs. Andrew Kujawski
Leco Electric Co. , Inc.
Miss Adele Lempka
Miss Patricia Lempka
Mr. and Mrs. David Mance
Mars Ss Mance Insurance
M Sc P Food Market
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Mars
Mrs. Elmeda Matusewski
Mr. Kemper Mazzarelli
Mr. and Mrs. John Mesnica
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mesnica
Mrs. Rose Mesnica
Mr. Frank D. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Miller, Jr.
Mr. James Miller
Mr. Ignatius Michno
Mrs. Josephine Michno
Mr. and Mrs. John Minon
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Monat
Mr. Henry Neuberger, Jr.
Mrs. Jerome Neustadt
Mielsen Construction Co. -Team
Miss Dorothy Noger
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Noger
Miss Florence Noger
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Noger
Mr. Raymond Noger
Miss Vera Noger
Fran B. Nowicki
Mrs. Josephine E. Nowicki
Miss Annette Palmer
Mr. Alex Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Wa1terR. Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pawliczek
Miss Betty Pawliczak
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perez
Mrs. Sophie Pikul
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Pillmeier
Mrs. Helen Pillmeier
Mr. Michael Pillmeier
Mrs. Michael Pillmeier
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pillmeier
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pillmeier, Jr.
Mr. Harold Purdy
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Regelski
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Regelski
Mr. Edward Regelski, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Regelski
Mrs. Emma Rhein
Mr. James Richiski
Miss Mary Ann Richiski
Mr. Robert Ritzer
Mr. Bert Rudy
Mr. and Mrs. John Schreibeis
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shanley
Miss virginia Shanley
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shanley
Miss Bernice Sieczek
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sieczek
We thank you for your patronage.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sieczek
Reverend Joseph Sieczek
Mr. Robert Sieczek
Miss Toni Sieczek
Mr. Wayne Sisco
Miss Barbara Sobkowiak
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sobkowiak
Mrs. Frances Sokolowski
Mr. Louis Sosler
Miss Josephine Spencer
Mrs. Geraldine Stewart
Mt. James Sturr, Sr.
Swartz Oil, Inc.
Mr. Jack Temchin
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Temchin
Mrs. Maude Totton
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Towner
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Traskus
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Turchen
Mr. Richard Turi
Miss Lenore Urbanski
Mr. Walter P. Uszenski
Mr. Charles Van Gelder, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dirk
Mrs. Marguerite Villamil
Mrs. Dorothy Walsh
Mr. Edward Walsh
Mr. Theodore Walsh
Wanda's Beauty Shop
Werner's Department Store
Mrs. Anna Weslowski
Miss Eleanor Weslowski
Miss Frances Weslowski
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weslowski
Mr. Hank Wilson
Mr. Richard Wood
Mr. Henry Woortman
Mr. and Mrs. John Yansick
Mr. Carmanelo Zingale
A!2c Anthony J. Zovistoski
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