St Johnsville High School - Purple and Gold Yearbook (St Johnsville, NY)
- Class of 1955
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First Row: Elizabeth Horne, Alvah Tombson. Ralph Anderson Presldent' usse
Second Row: Charles McCrone--clerk, Harold Bowerman--District Superintendent,
Robert Curtis--Supervising Principal.
Mrs. Gertrude Wytrwal was absent when this picture was taken,
First Row: Elizabeth Spaar, Virginia Handsbury, Norene Garlock, Rita Swartz,
Margaret Briele, Robert Curtis, Calvin Francisco, Ruth Ellen Ostler, Agnes
Moore, Vivian Kraft, June Brown, Rosalie Mastracco.
Second Row: Mary Galuski, Justine Finneran, Eleanor Lyon, Betty Bradbury, Anne
Powell, Theresa Elms, Marion Uhle, Martha Hlllegas, Ruthanna Davis, Mabel
Newman, Dona Rutauskas, Ellen Bond, Elizabeth Cunningham. Pauline McCarthy,
Third Row: Vincent Clemente, William Ferris, Romeo Battlsti,
Underwood, Robert Burlingame
Edward Goralski, Raymond Klee, Jack Murray, Earle Spaar, Paul
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Mr. Snaar, Ann Ervln, Josephine Fontana, Jean aPor a, . 1 ,
Hoffman, Jean LaLone, Mary Celuh, Elizabeth Dockerty, Joan Lenig
We, the Senior Class of 1955 of St, Johnsville High School, being of
sound and disposing mind and memory, do make, publish, ordain and
declare this to be our last will and testament. that is to say:
I, Jack Papa, will to Dick Smith a permit to call Mr. Ferris uBill.'
I, Janet Groff, will to Susan Allen my special seat in Glee Club--the
I, Jean LaPorta, will to Ida Hayes my seat in the Senior Homeroom.
I, Ann Ervin, will to Patty Jacques my seat in the Senior homeroom
next to Jean's so Ida and she can always talk to each other.
I, Jean LaLcne, will to Nancy Terricola my ability to disrupt a class
room with ease.
I, Mary Celuh, will to Clara Fltzer a megaphone so we'll all be able
tc hear her.
We, Patti Bellen and Diane Perry, will to Joan Perry our ability to
drive. Not that she needs it but just in case.
I, Gall Dlngman, will to Barbara Peruzzl my Varsltv Cheerleading
uniform so she can cheer for me, too, next year.
I, Josie Fontana, will to Marcia Plank my place back stage at Senior
I, Primo Iacobucci, will to Anthony Circhirillc a racing track so he
won't have to go so far to watch the races.
We, Billy Lassell and Dan Tlnkler, will to Harris Dunlap a ping-pong
that stays on the table.
I, Joan Lenlg, will to Patti Christensen the right to walk home with
Primo at noon next year.
I, Darrell Welch, will to Bobby Hook my special dictionary where I
find all my big words. .
I, John Dockerty, will to David Plank my position as president of the
Senior Class. I
We, Dibby Dockerty and Patty Hoffman, will to Jackie Kramer a pair of
shoes from the Self-Service Shoe Market.
We, Bev Millington, Bev Sweet, and Virginia Suits, will to Shirley
Walrath all our old earrings so she can add them to her collection.
we, Rush Emery and Paul Briele, will to Arthur LaCoppola our ability
to bother teachers, not that he'll need it.
I, Nat Weakley, will to Lorraine Smullen a Chevrolet which will travel
from St. J. direct to Syracuse University.
We, Charles and Ray Smith, will to Phil Walrath a deluxe paper bag and
a motor bike for his paper route.
We, Stanley Burkdorf and Ken Snell, will to Rosario Primer a special
load of Christmas trees so he won't have. to go out and cut them
I, Joe Perry, will to Mike Shannon a pencil that will write 'nice and
clear' so everyone will be able to read his writing.
I, Jack Carter, will to David Trombetta my ability to dr1ve????
We, Donna Van Gorder and Rosemarie Neale, will to Gail Klock a bus
that goes home from school an hour later so she won't have to walk.
I, J. J. Carins, will to Paul Flanders my ability to yell 'Defensen in
a basketball game.
Lastly we do hereby appoint Mr, Tripp and Mr. Ferris as executors of
this will and testament
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal on this 27th
day of June, 1955.
Witnesses--Class of 1955
On a bright day in September 1942, we, the exceptional class of
'55, started our long journey through school, We completed grammar
school successfully and started the long walk up the steep hill to
start our days as seventh graders, We then found we couldn't
rule the school as we had while we were in sixth grade, As time
went on, we found ourselves Freshmen with Mr, Zimmerman as our
advisor. During our Freshman year we had many successful dances
and food sales.
One of the main highlights of our Sophomore year was our Western
Dance with music by the uhange d1ders.u we also decided we had to
have money for our USenior Tripu so we sold purple and gold
pennants with the name of our school printed on them.
We began our Junior year by again selling purple and gold pencils
and pennants, In January, we finally received our class rings for
which we had been waiting eleven long years, Our Junior-Senior
Prom came in hay with 'Moonlight Serenadeu as our theme. We had
the annual tea for the Seniors and the Faculty in June, It was a
group of scared Juniors that sat in the front row on nClass Nlghtu
wondering what our fate would be and thinking that next year would
be our turn,
We are proud to boast that ours has been the first class fortunate
enough to have two advisors, Mr. Tripp and Mr. Ferris. Our Senior
year began with the selling of magazine subscriptions, candy, and
sponsoring movies. Our Senior Play, 'It's Great To Be Crazyn, e
farce comedy, was presented on November 12 and 13. It was
directed by Mr. Klee and was both entertaining and successful.
With April came our Senior Trip which we all had been working for
these long years. We enjoyed our trip to Washington D. C. and
New York City on the Van Zile Tours very much--especially the long
train ride which was the first trip to the big cities for most of
In May, with a beautiful spring theme we had our Senior Prom.
As the year drew to a close,we had that ever famous'Class Nightn,
then Baccalaureate, and finally the big moment we had been waiting
for--Commencement, We were all a little sad as we sat on the
stage thinking we were finally ending those carefree days at St.
Johnsville High School.
This is station STJHS. During the next hour you will see and enjoy the
nheurt-warmingu program, Welcome Travelers, sponsored by nTripp's Chipps.H The
emcce is Mr. Paul Tripp. This is the same Mr. Tripp who served as our homeroom
the program by
our Junior and Senior years. Music will be provided throughout
the Ferris choral group. The date is June 27, 1965.
one to arrive is Patti B. From my talk with her I Vino but she's
still punching the keys of the cash reqister, only in her own grocery store
chain. Paul E., the owner of Hriele's Seals, famed volleyball team, has been
touring iurope and is so far undefeated. Stan b. inherited the lumker business
and is stil' usawing lons.n Vhy, here comes the director-vocalist of that famed
hand, the Sterdwsters, Jon C. Their last recording sold over a million copies.
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Here comes someone. From here it looks like Jack C. It is! Jack is the pres-
ident of that exclusive manufacturing company, P L P, Cpegped pants and pink
shirts.J gary-Q. has constrrcted a road, for her own private use, from St. J.
to Utica. Gail D. has built a gymnasium just down the street from here, for
women only. The sign out in front reads, Ulf you're frail, see Gail.H John D.
just drove up in a Cadillac. He has such a good job teaching vocal music at the
St. Johnsville Conservatory of Music that he can afford such luxuries. Rush E.
just arrived in a baseball uniform. Prom all latest reports it seems Rush
boucht out the Chicavo Cubs and is now sole owner-manager of the 1965 World
Series winners. Our u'lil ole Southern gal,n Ann E. just flew in from N.C.
where she's in charge of that new hospital in Ervinville. Josie P., very
stylishly dressed, just made a grand entrance. Jo's been teaching a sculpture
course at Buffalo State. Janet G. has made a mint of money with the patent she
just received on her new invention, a sewing machine that actually sews without
the aid of human hands. Patty H. has quite a job for herself. She's the head
prompter for that Broadway hit, nPajama Game.n During a little chat with
Primo I., I found out hews taken the place of George Miken, famed basketball
star. Fere comes somebody. Why, it's Jean L.L., a great dramatist after har
portrayal of Gertrude in the Senior Play. jean L.P. is still on the farm, only
now there's an added attraction. I see that Bill L. is now part owner in a
mammoth farm over at Indian Castle. Joan L. has been doing quite a bit of
searching lately. She's been helping her brother with his excavating. Qgv. M.
has quite a job now. She's searching for and keeping after all students who
skip from St. J.F.5. Rose Marie N., who always took quite an interest in Cit.
Ed., is currently involved in foreign affairs. Everyone's applauding Jack P.
Could it be because of Jack's outstanding performances on TV every Saturday
night? By the way, he replaced George Gohel. Diane P. just arrived via air-
plane from her new home in Austria. Joe P. has opened a new luncheonette just
like the one hack home. There's one difference though, this one is in Glovers-
ville. Charles S. and Ray S., not to be outdone by the other Smith brothers,
have built a plant of their own and are doing extensive research. You see,
thay're tryine to find a new cure for the common cold other than cough drops.
Fin Q. has become Mr. Underwood's Hrirht hand mann hack at St. J. Virginia 5,
has opened hor own sewing circle, appropriately named qiuits' sewing Center.H
Waverly S. is her very able assistant. The other part owner of that big farm
over at Indian Castle is Dan T. Donna V. has been helping Piss Ostler teach the
nPaaic FH to the 7th graders for the past few years. Nat W. has undertaken
quitv F large task. Nat decides all the arguments of the cheerleaders over
cheers, motions, etc. Better late than never, as usual, is Darrell W. Hunting
seasonujust opened and the only thing our famed hunter ever really got was
If you happen to get back St. Johnsville way, just stop at the ulementary
School and look in the first grade room. You'll find me there.
This is Station STJHS signing off! Sincerely,
likely to succeed boy:
likely to Jucceed girl:
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First Row: Arthur La Coppola, Anthony Circhirillo, Harris Dunlap, David
Second Row: Jenny Hudson, Shirley Walroth, Patricia Jacques, Nancy Terricola,
Robert Hook, David Plank, Joan Perry, Susan Allen, Lorraine Smullen, P8tT1C13
Third Row: Miss Moore, Richard Smith, Paul Flanders, Marcia Plank, Barbara
Peruzzi, Jacqueline Kramer, Gail Klock, Ida Hayes, Clara Fitzer, Michael
Shannon, Rosario Primer, Philip Walrath.
During our Freshman and Sohhomore years we half several PQ A. dancls and food
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sales to help raise money for our class.
We began our Junior year by selling stockinns and men's socks. This added a
needed sum to our treasury. We also sold pencils with the basketball schedule
Again this year as in our Sophomore year we masqueraded at the school Halloween
party and won a prize which we contributed to our treasury,
The big event of the year was the arrival of our class rings ln November. Every-
one was very well pleased wlth his ring.
Our annual Junior-Senior Prom was held in May. It was both entertaining ana
The much dreaded class night finally arrived and then graduation--with the
realization that it soon would be our turnl,
President . .... Judith Fowler
" Vice President ...Thomas Tompson
Secretery....... .... .Janet Suits
Treasurer ......... ....C8PO1 W81PSth
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First Row: Milly Christy, Carol Dockerty, Gail Melick, Carol Walrath, Judith
Fowler, Thomas Tompson, Linda Welch, Ann Martyniuk, Patricia Sanguine,
S c d Row: Mr. Klee Gordon Rockefeller Ronald Millington: Kenneth Honey.
ozrggd Countryman, Richard Burkaorf, Anthony La Coppola. Richard Austin. Robert
T1nk1er, Bernard Kelly' Daniel Nellie. Sally Nellls-
During our seventh and eighth grades we had the usual food sales and .
canoes. Our trip to Albany when we were in the eirhth prade was one we -l
We also held P. A. dances and food sales in our freshman year. These were most
This year we sold megaphones at the basketball Eames and made wreaths to sell
for the Christmas holidays.
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President ......... Elaine Walrath President ........... Douglas Smith
Vice-President .... Theodore Reese Vice-President ..... Raymond Crouse
Secretary ...... Jacoueline Greene Secretary ........... .Donald Groff
Treasurer .......... Joanne Zoller Treasu .. .....Gera1d Shannon
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William Dockerty, Donald Bellen, Charles Boslet, David Hammond, Millard Snell.
Second Row: James Jacques, George Haney, Bernard Haak, Frazier Roney, Patrlck
McGee, Richard Sebastian, Douglas Countryman, Donald Groff.
Third Row: Mary McGee, Sandra Wripht, Darlene Kraft, Jacqueline Greene, Raymond
Crouse, Elaine Walrath, Douvlas Smith, Joanne Zoller, Ann Countryman, Diane
Fourth Row: Mrs. Davis, Claudia Smith, Barbara Doxtator, Bonnie Huff, Joyce
Peruzzi, Karen Kardash, Jeanne Christy, Mayme DeGristina, Barbara McKenney,
Carolyn Olsen, Suzanne Brown, Karen VanGorder, Martha Fake, Shirley Sponable,
As seventh and eirhth graders we held P. A. dances, food sales, and also sold
candles and candy.
At the end of our eivhth grade year a very interesting trip was taken to Albany
and was enjoyed by everyone.
During our Freshman year we continued to hold P. A. dances, food sales, and sell
candy, All of our Freshman projects proved to be most successful,
Thus, another school year was brought to a close.
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first Row! Carter, Hammond, Smith, otone, Greene, rlonders, Hoonoy, nulml ,
oecwnd now: UQPCCQ, Jocks ty, matis, La ooppola, Gallt, harino, lL ff, 01H,4UU,
Christensen, Papa, beard, Hells, bcnoff.
Third How: Voldbn, Dodson, Mlook, Monson, rowlcr, hailing, Jirlic, A XVU,
wamclo, Olsen, Bommavito, Millington.
fourtn How: 'A ,
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First How: Loccia, D1Cam11lo, Schwasnick, Corso, Schoff, Earhydt, Smith, hlder,
Hobson, Barney, Maier, Peruzzl, Dingman, Gabriele, Rockefeller, Humphrey,
Second Row: Mr. Lyon, Johnson, Rapacz, Hoffman, Peruzzi, Dunlap, hiss Newman.
Third Row: Perry, Vespl, Blenooe, Plank, Kretser, Millington, Eellen, Brower,
Maller, Tolfa, Pross, Battisti, Manolow, Polidorl, Masi, Klock, Hoffman,Gn1usk1,
Dockerty, Countryman, Melick, Nagele, Hook, Bilobrowka, Yestremski, Nellis.
Fourth Row: Ouderkirk, Hayes, Countryman,Gallt, Congdon, Starr, Brown,Dookerty.
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Firsn Bow: Joan Millington, Rosalind Warner, Janet Robson, Olivia Bommarito,
Ann Bllobrowka, Jean Olsen, Jean Matls, Mary Jane Welch, Donna Johnson, Carol
Kretser, Diana Bellen.
Second Row: Susan Allen, Barbara Dunlap, Joanne Galuski, Mary Lou Dockerty,
Sandra Tolfa, Judith Klock, Hose Battisti, Diane Pross, Wanda Masl, Gail
hanclow, Elizabeth Peruzzl, Mary Jane Polidori, Joyce Perry, Mr. Ferris.
Third Row: Irmgard Nagele, Sally Stowell, Anthony Gabriele, William Rider,
Lawrence Ouderklrk, Paul Hoffman, Louis Mlklic, David Marino, Wayne Maier,
Judith Melick, Janet Hook.
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First Row: hichard Capece, Thomas Johnson, James Hoyle, David Rockefeller,
Peter Corso, Donald Smith, Alan Stock, Bernard Johnson, wayne Kendall.
Second Row: Margaret Peruzzi, Sandra Sanguine, Helen Isley, Sylvia Dodson,
Kathleen Fredricks, Florence Sands, Mary Lou Putman, Catherine Warner, Beverly
Kelly, Donna Hayes. , i
Third Row: David Smith, Donald Hoffman, Mary Ann Degristina, Janet Haak,
Natalie Smoley, Mrs. Mastracco, Gwendlyn Nellie, Sylvia Bradley, Sandra
Christensen, David Mc
First Row: David Hayes, Earl Dillenbeck, Thomas Grainer, Frederick LaCopPola,
Second Row: Laurie Tolfa, Janice Brown, Janet Fowler, Jean Powell, Judith
Damin, Cheryl Dunton, Cathy Rockefeller. Geraldine Smith, Betty Snell, Sandra
Wolcott, Demis Lampman.
Third Row: Margaret Countryman, James Failing, Allen Walrath, Reginald
Underwood, William Starna, Charles Stewart, Harry Zoller, Janet Winkleman.
Fourth Row: Richard Hoffman, William Gray, Raymond Congdon, LeRoy Nellie,
Mr. Murray, Gary Sponable, Philip Schoff, Terence Dockerty, James Croiser, Bruce
Bowers, William Kucharski
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Firs+ Row: Perm hre+ser, Frunclne fiarrwsso, Marion Sweet, Worene nazi, Joan
Frundave, Lorraine Ganann, Janice Cnristman, Pamela Capece, Betty Ann Helmer,
Janet Van Slyke, Patricia Kucharski.
Second How: Ronald Di Camlllo, Norman Hastromoro, hobert Bauer, Warren Jones.
Third how: Richard Crounse, David Van Gorder, Carol Fontana, Mrs. HC Carthy,
William Tompson, Bruce Powell, Peter Pattisti, Harold Patterson, Gary Senft,
iichard Pedro, David Lasher.
First How: Monica Kraft, Carol Manolow, Penny Plank, Constance Benton, Joan
Gallt, Suzanne Ottman, Jeanne Harlow, Evelyn Groff, Lorraine March, Doris
Countryman. Cathy Snell.
Second Row! Walter Brown, Robert Dean, Franklin Kretser, Nelson Ambrldge,
Joseph Tolfa, Joseph Vespi, Michael Schoenfeld, Donald Dlngman, Dale Van Gorder.
Third Row: Fred Pross, Ralph Weldon, Wayne Kramer, Mrs. Brlele, Lee Arduini,
David Smith, Clark McLauchl1n,
First Row: Carolyn Gallt, Georglne Lampman, Sylvia Underwood, Janice Grainer,
Margaret La Coppola, Sharon Loccia, Mary Jane Hayes, Jennifer Iacobucci,
Kathleen Shuster, Rhea Bllobrowka, Bonnie Waller,
Second How: Robert Eggerling, Ronald Hoffman, Angelo Battisti, James Campione,
Gerald Crosier, Gary Weaver, Fred Wolcott, Gary Suits, Philip Brown, Lawrence
Third Row: James Barhydt, Carlton Mc Kenney, Jon Putman, Miss Elms, John Yanko,
Edward Fassett, Karl Nagele.
First Row: Priscilla Swartz, Janet Smith, Vicky Walrath, Joyce Corso, Dar
Stock, Diane Papa, Joanne Polinsky, Carolknayes, Diane Falling, Diane Kraft,
Second Row: Gary Johnson, Andrew Sands, George Gottung, Donald Dodson, Donald
Waner, Richard Swartz, James Lasher, Gregory Flanders, Harland Dillenbeck.
THIPG How: Leonard La Porta, David Weber, Mrs, Galuskl, Gary Montoni, Edward
Harlow, Walter Young, Gary Swartz.
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Castrucci, Molly Nusom, Cynthia Lipschultz, Judy Montegero, Eleanor Weaver,
lfnga gockefeller, Lorraine Kendall, Diane Campione, Judy Brown, Carol Ann
Ric ar s.
Second Row: Carol Mancini, Richard Tompson, Gary Ganann, Kenneth Mereness,
David Mosher, Douglas Beard, Raymond Baker, Richard Maier, Thomas Murphy,
William Lnthers, Constance Rackmyer.
Third Row: Larry Don, Kenneth Senft, Leland Durfee, Mrs. Bradbury, Curtis
Nellis, David Starna, Floyd Miklic.
t Row: Lois Kretser, Lucille Ardulni, Jane Haney, Carol
Dinehart, Claudia Brown, Janis Jo Jaworski, Maria Denorfrio, Carol Corso, Sharon
Babuska, Mary Lou Brandow.
Second How: Marian Burkdorf, Raymond Dannible, Paul Resler, Byron Walrath,
Daniel Dahlen, Alan Ottaviano, Francis Hanblin, Maurice Everett, Wayne Lenig,
William Warner, Carol Snell.
Third Row: Anthony Battlsti, Joseph Papa, Mrs. Powell, Jghn Waller, George
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First How: Toni Beekman, Mary Ann Hartynluk, Mary Kay Cool, Barbara Hattlsti,
Janet Gallt, Lidia Smoley, Kathy Hayes, Jean Kanuok, Joann Nellis, Camille
Cairns, Cheryl Gabrielle.
Second How: Kathy Crouse, Ross Klefllng, Alan Leon, Larry Polldorl, Paul
Battlstl, Ernest Ervin, Brian Patrei, Alan Brown, Bonnie Hoffman.
Third How: Tommy Reese, Peter Anderson, Lon Scofield, Dennis Smith, Mrs.
Brown, Jack Sanguine, Tony Susl, John Hamblin, Jack Murphy.
First Row: Jane Harlow, Nanette Mereness, Carole Rapacz, Donna Nellis, Lora
Putnam, Bonnie Bowers, Sandy Viciarelll, Crystal Settle, Judith Austin, Carolyn
Second how! Albert Battlsti, Timothy Rice, Clifford Jones, Burt Lasher,
Patricia Kltusz, Dale Hook, Delia Shannon, Gayle Van Gorder, Pamela Smith,
Third how: Wayne Johnson, Robert wasko, Joseph Iacobucct, Keith Suits, Dennis
Frasier, hrs. Kraft, Van Johnson, Lamont Kramer, Carl Goodbread,
First Row: Bessie Dillenbeck, Linda Pedro, Beverly Humphrey, Jane Lyons,
Eunice Kraft, Elieen Battistl, JoAnn Rockefeller, Karen Rice, Gael Fical,
Jean Bilobrowka, Bonnie Heroth.
Second Row: Miriam Feldstein, Louise Pietrandrea, Dale Francisco, Robert
Qnackenbush, Glenn Thompson, Bruce Yauney, John Kllmes, Vincent Mast, Bruce
Thomas, Norinne Starna, Rebecca Tolfa,
Third Row: Paul Eggerllng, Gene Colorlto, Mrs. Lyon, Richard Brundage, Joseph
First Row: Albert Caprara, Wanda Yuchniewicz, Ruth Looman, Pamela Harvey, Jean
Resler, Marta Nellis, Joann Welch, Marie Giaquinto, Josephine La Porta, Emma
Second how: Dale Potter, Gilbert Smith, Ricky Durfee, Roger Blencoe, Billy Mac
Lauchlin, william Shuster, Louis Capece, Bobby Vespi, Dominick Stagliano,
Raymond Coco, Richard Carter, Howard Nellis, Larry Dodson, Mrs. Spaar.
First now: Patricia Ann Johnson, Sandra
Mary Beth Galuski, Judith Greene, Linda Pross, Louise Dean, Janice Shuster,
Second how: Judith Luft, John Difenderfer, Richard Chiodo, Gary Leip, Raymond
Becker, Ronald Sanguine, Timothv Luft, Thomas Kelly,.Mary Ann Campione.
Third Row: Alan Weaver, Franklin Springer, Edward Nellls, Joseph Polidorl,
Dieter Gevctenberqer. Flovd Stever.
Fourth Row: Mrs, nlllegas
First Row: Valerie Fletcher, Adele Godwln, Joyce Crounse Pa 1
Locc1a,' Margaret P1etrandrea, Linda Smith, Joanne Weaver uMZryagifiZ:,BJiH6t
Second Row: Deborah Dockey Kenneth Suit R b , a er.
George Thomas, Russell Brown, Lester Ropetegz JoZnigtP2irZigni, Timothy Harlow'
Third Row: Banard Maai Brian Luca D 1 A '
Richard, Fredrick Yager,,Leonard ProsS?, ary llen, Daniel Laesell, David
Fourth Row: Mrs. Bond
First Rowz' Barbara Salvagni, Michael Giaquinto, Frankie Giaquinto, Ronny
Patrie, Carol Rockefeller, Diane Hurley, Jimmy Keough Calvin Rid P t
Winkleman, Wayne Potter.
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Second Row: Karen Ottman, Peter Babuska, Ricky Fake, Miss Uhle, Ronny Snell
Mary Lou Ponzi, David Rice, Marie Denofrio, Suzanne Reese, Judy Fraiser, Linda
Everett, Kathy Davis, Craig Cool.
First Row: Michael Van Gorder, Kathleen McCarthy, Cheryl Chrisfmann Ann Marie
Francisco, Donna Johnson, David Keba, Richard Dingman, DBHHY bmith-
, Barney M188
S o d Row: berry Crouse Albert Castruccl Freddy Case, Barry 1
UEleT Andy Susl, Kermit Weaver, Emerson Waller, Jimmy Lampmanf Jimmy Looman-
K nnocaanaf sam H0
First Row: Diane Battlmti - t
S Patricia Cole Barbar R 1
Kardash Cynthia Col it , B , a es er' Betsy Cromer' Sherry
Looman,,Nnneen c1ark,o5er?6ne Z22d3?wers, Barbara Ropeter' Bonnie Snell' Alice
Second Row: Kei
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Ronald Capgcg: Pa S urphy, Oliver Dillenbeck, James Carter, Michael Hamblin,
th Handy, Charles Kraft, Gary Patruska, David Seeley Rolf
Third Row: Mrs, Swartz.
62552 Row: Richard Hoffman, James Failing, Terry Dockerty, Freddy LaCoppo1a,
Thomas Grainer, Earl Dillenbeck, Philip Schoff, Allen Walrath, Harry Zoller,
Second Row: Laurie Tolfa, Demis Lampman, Janice Brown, Geraldine Smith, Cheryl
Dunton, Margaret Countryman, Sandra Wolcott, Cathy Rockefeller, Betty Snell,
Third Row: Judy Damin, Jean Powell, Janet Fowler, ChaPlBS Stewart, LeRoy Nellis,
William Gray, William Kucharski, Miss Handsbury, David Hayes, William Starna,
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First Row: Mr, Tripp, Anthony Laooppola, Patricia Hoffman, Jacque Carter, Ida
Second Bow: Michael Shannon, William Dockerty, Ann Martyniuk, Rose Marie Smith,
Mary Lou Dockerty, William Rider, Loren Smith.
Mrsi Hutguskas, Theodore Reese, Joseph Miklic, Harrisf Dunlap, SUBBH Allen,
First Row: Mr. Klee, Miss Finneran, Joan Lenig, Lorraine Smullen, William
Second Row: Robert Hook, Gerald Countryman, Richard Burkdorf, Harris Dunlap,
Gordon Rockefeller, Daniel Nellis, Rose Marie Neale, Diane Perry, Janet Suits.
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Stanley Burkdorf, Daniel Tlnkler, Miss Ostler, Joseph Perry, William Lassell
Jacque Carter, John Papa,
gigiieiowr Ann Martynluk, Karen Kareasn, Joan Perry, Carol welrath, Lorraine
Nancy Terrlcola. ' ' ' ' 'X " OJCQ Peruzzi'
d How: Thomas Yestremskl John Rapaez Jacqueline Greene J
Third How: Barbara Peruzzi, Gail Kloek, Judith Fowler, Douglas Smith, Rush
Emery, Gerald Shannon, Linda Welch, Mrs, Davis, Mr, Lyon,
First Row: Miss Garlock, Arthur LaCoppola, Harris Dunlap, Lorraine Smullen,
second Row: Philip wah-atb, Paul stone, Diane Perry, Gail Wolcott, Sally
Klgck, Shirley Humphrey, Kay Warren, Natalie Weakley, Eileen Lasher, Connie
First Row: Locoia, DiCam1llo, Sohwasnick, Corso, Scoff, Rapacz, Smith, Rider,
Robson, Barney, Peruzzl, Dingman, Gabriele, Rockefeller, Humphrey, Griffith,
Second Row: Mr, Battisti, Polidori, Hoffman, Johnson, Mellck, Maier, Miss
Third Row: Perry, Vespl, Blencoe, Plank, Kretser, Millington, Brower, Waller,
Tolfa, Pross, Manolow, Peruzzi, Dunlap, Masi, Klook, Hoffman, Galuski, Country-
man, Dockerty, Bilobrowka, Hook, Yestremski, Nellis,
Fourth Row: Countryman, Gallt, Congdon, Dockerty, Hayes.
First Row: Gerald Groff, Ronald Weber, Harold Countryman, Ronald Hayes, David
Marino, Garry Beard, Kenneth Grlffith, Jan Carter, Richard Helmer, Richard
Greene, Wayne Robson, Raymond LaCoDpola,
Second Row: Mr, Tripp Bonnie Dodson Janet Weber, Robert Failing,
Dockerty, Mary Jane Yanko, James Papa, Robert L00018, William Hammond'
Third Row: Christa Kraft, Gail Wolcott, Rose Marie Smith, Jean Matls, ginet
Robson, Carol Kretser, Mary Jane Welch, Sally Klook, Rosalind Warner, ana
Bellen, Doris Sweet.
First Row: Janet Groff, Donna Van Gorder, Gall Dingman, Elizabeth Dockerty, Ann
Ervin, Jacque Carter, Primo Iacobucci, Patricia Hoffman, Patricia Bellen,
Natalie Weakley, Jean La Porta, Mary Celuh.
Second Row: Carol Dockerty, Joan Perry, Gail Mellck, Nancy Terricola, Barbara
Peruzzl, Josephine Fontana, Jean La Lone, Patricia Jacques, Susan Allen, Ida
Hayes, Patricia Christensen, Gail Klock, Clara Fitzer, Mr. Ferris.
Third How: David Trombetta, Michael Shannon, Anthony Circhirillo, John
Dockerty, Paul Flanders, Charles Smith, David Plank, Paul Brlele, Joseph Perry,
Jon Carins, John Papa, Rush Emery.
First Row: Nancy Terricola, Carol Walrath, Patricia Bellen, Elizabeth Dockerty,
Ann Ervin, Judith Fowler, Gall Dingman, Patricia Hoffman, Janet Groff, Jean La
Lone, Gail Klock, Barbara Peruzzi, Joan Perry, Carol Dockerty.
Second Row: Donald Groff, Jack Papa, John Dockerty, Primo lacobucci, Paul
Briele, Charles Smith, Mr. Ferris, Paul Flanders, David Plank, Bernard Kelly,
Jon Cairns, Jacque Carter, Anthony LaCoppola, George Haney.
First Row: Ann Countryman, Carol Walrath, Linda Welch, Ann uk, J
Fowler, Patricia Sanguine, Bonnie Huff, Claudia Smith, Barbara McKenney, Sandra
Mrlght, Barbara Doxtator, Darlene Kraft.
Second Row: Millard Snell, Joyce Peruzzi, Jacqueline Greene, Elaine Walrath,
Suzanne Brown, Mary Mc Gee, Karen Van Gorder, Martha Fake, Joanne Zoller, Karen
Kardash. Diane Hoag. Carolyn Olsen. Gary Stowell.
Third Row: Douglas Smith, Douglas Countryman, Charles Boslet, Richard Austin,
Raymond Crouse, Bernard Kelly, Thomas Tompson, Theodore Reese, Joseph Miklic,
William Dockerty, Anthony La Coppola. Donald Groff, George Haney, Gerald
Majorettes: Diane Perry, Lorraine Smullen. First Row: Carol Dockertyk Mary
Lou Dockerty, Janet Weber, Mary Jane Yanko, Mr. Goralski, Barbara Mc enney,
Thomas Tompson, Gary Stowell, Richard Smith, William Haney, Wayne H0bSOn.
Second Row: Richard Austin, Paul Stone, William Starna, Donald Groff, Kenneth
Griffith, William Dockerty, Anthony LaCoppola, George Haney, Michael Dockerty.
Third How: John Dockerty, Gerald Groff, Raymond Smith, David Plank, Charles
Smith, Paul Flanders, Raymond Crouse, Jon Cairns, Philip Walrath, Bernard
Kelly, David McKenney.
First Row: Martha Fake, Eileen Lasher, Gail Wolcott, Karen Van Gorder, Diane
Hoag, Ida Hayes, Elaine Walrath,
Second Row: Bonnie Dodson, Kay Warren, Ann Countryman, Miss Ostler, Sally
Klook, Christa Kraft, Shirley Sponable, Rose Marie Smith, Evelyn Millington
Connie Dod son, '
First How: Mr. Underwood, Robert Tinkler, Gerald Countryman, Stanley Burkdorf,
David Trombetta, Paul Flanders, Rosario Primer.
Second how: Millard Snell, Frazier Roney, Keith Honey, Daniel Nellls, Richard
Burkdorf, Gordon Rockefeller, Ronald Millington, Charles Boslet, Lawrence
Hulbert, Richard Sebastian, Gary Stowell.
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rlrst Row: Jack rapa, Jacque Garter, Jon Cairns--Captain, Anthony LaCoppola,
Second Row: Mr. Burlingame, Joseph Perry, Paul Eriele, Charles Smith, Thomas
Tompson, Primo Iacobucci, Anthony Circhirillo, Raymond Smith--Manager.
Judith Fowler, Patricia Christensen, Barbara Peruzzi, Carol Walrath, Joyce
Peruzzl, Carol Dockerty.
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Second Row: Mr. Tripp, Raymond Crouse, Bernard Haak, Paul Flanders, Richard
Smith, David Plank, Richard Austin, Michael Shannon, Kenneth Capece--Manager.
First Row: Natalie Weakley, Patricia Bellen, Elizabeth Dockerty, Jean narorta.
Second Row: Josephine Fontana, Gail Dingman, Patricia Hoffman, Diane Perry,
Jean La Lone.
John Dockerty, Jack Carter, Raymond Smith, Charles Smith, Primo Iacobucci, Paul
Briele, Stanley Burkdorf, Jon Cairns, William Lassell, Rush Emery.
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WISHING EVERY SUCCESS
SENIOR CLASS OF 1955
PALATINE DYEING C0
St. Johnsville, New York
Philco Appl nces
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to the Class of '55
LITTLE FALLS-FONDA BUS CORP
CAPECE MOTOR SALES, INC.
ASK THE MAN
LITTLE FALLS FELT
St J h ll New York
Class of 1955
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Canaioharie Fonda Middleburgh St. Johnsville
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Class of 1955 of
RALPH J. GROFF TAUBMAN
Phone 5184 St. Joh
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Class of '55
ENTERPRISE 81 NEWS CAPECE'S RESTAURANT
Italian and American D h
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Best Wishes to the 50 the
Class of '55 Class of '55
M. Q. DOCKERTY, FLORIST W. H. LENZ 81 SONS
Hardware - Plumbing
Phone 3251 Appliances
Sf. Johnsville New York SL Johnsvme New York
to the In Memory
C. CURTIS LULL of
MR. AND MRS.
Funeral Service Furniture
JOSEPH H. REANEY
Congratulations to the
Class of '55
H. A. DEVENDORF
Complete Insurance Service
CORSO DRESS CO.
55 West Main St.
St. Johnsville N. Y
Manufacturers of Fine Dresses
vAN GORDER Bnos. To the Um 0,55
SHELL STATION AMY,S
. Firestone Dealer
St JoI1nsviIIe N. Y.
Corner of Division and Main Sts. Fuel oil
To The Class of 1955
St. .lohnsville High School
Class of '55
"Dick and Larry"
572 East Main St.
LARRY AND PETE TOLFA
Meats and Groceries
ST. JOHNSVILLE SUPPLY CO., INC.
The New Allen's Dept. Store
Little Falls, N. Y.
Class of '55
Complete Lines ot lnfants',
Boys', Girls', Pre-teens',
Teens' and Women's
Ready to Wear and Accessor es
At Lowest Prices
Morris Goldstein - Proprietor
to the Class of
Mohawk Valley Concrete Co., Inc.
LAMPMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
St. Johnsville, N. Y.
to the Class 0f'55 MILLER APPLIANCE COMPANY
G 37 Main Street
n St. Johnsville, N. Y. Phone 2484
The Rose Shoppe Washers Ranges
Men's - Boys'
Furnishings - Footwear
Class of '55
Best Wishes To the
Class of ,55 Congratulations
To the Class of '55
C. H. BURKDORF 8: SON WALTER "BUZZ" DAVIS J
Phone 4624 St. Johnsville Jusnce of the Peace
To the Class of 1955
STARR - COLORITO POST NO. 7468
V. F. W. AUXILIARY
"The Friendly Store"
NELLIS NEWS ROOM
from Your "Friendly" Ford Dealer
DR. AND MRS. FELDSTEIN
pr oT1MAN's GARAGE
Compliments Best Wishes
DR. 81 MRS. PAUL ADLER
Compliments Best Wishes
PRESTY'S DR. RAYMOND E. WYTRWAI.
FRED C. CAIRNS, D. V. M.
RALPH'S BEAUTY SHOP
St. Johnsville, N. Y. phone 3744
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1955
MR. AND MRS. EARL HOOK
THE LEADER STORE
M. H. Carlish and Isabel Emery
Specializing in CI1iIdren's and
CThe Friendly Store!
Groceries - Mears - Baked Goods
Phone: 5333 St. Johnsvil Ie
PALMA'S ESSO STATION
MEATS - GROCERIES
PERINA AND DOMINICK
SHOE MARKET, INC.
51 West Main St.
St. Johnsville N. Y.
SHOPPING CAN BE FUN
Compliments TW the
SPINNING WHEEL GIFT SHOP
SHELP AND WARNER CO.
I9 E. Main St. St. Johnsville
Parts and Services
Best Wishes Best Wishes
DR. HARRY DIFENDERFER HOME TOWN DAIRY
Ph 8 4.7781 Congratulations
EVERSON'S DAIRY LAKES Flows...
Milk and Cream Ephratoh, N. Y.
Si. Johnsville, N. Y. R.D. I
Fort Plain N. Y. PIIOM F- P- 4-7184
THE OLD SCHOOL RESTAURANT Q
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Greetings and Best Wishes of
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ST. JOHNSVILLE HARDWARE CO.
Hardware - Plumbing
BROWN BROTHERS LUMBER CO.
Headng ' Roofing Lumber and Min work
Phone: 4121 Sf. Johnsville
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Our future has now begun,
Again a door swings wide--
A promise, yet a challenge, too,
And we meet it with joy and pride.
Through this open door we see a
That winds as the years unfold,
We shall journey along--on our
lips a song,
We face all with our hearts so bold.
We face these years ahead of us
With memories so happy and gay--
Our Teachers, our friends and our
Studies, parties, classes and play.
We love the dear school days gone by,
And loyal to them, we shall beg
The lessons you've taught and the
goodness you've brought
Will brighten our future with glee.
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it we must,
The path we shall walk with firm treadg
Unfaltering steps, strengthed by faith
Shall stand each of us in good stead.
As our future begins, and we bid you
Our hearts ring out boldly in song,
Bidding us all to hasten forth
Into a world we shall help to make strong.
Forward we go in search of good--
Out toward the golden rule,
Toward hopes, toward courage, toward faith,
and toward trust,
As we say 'goodbye' dear old school.
You will linger forever in thoughts of
May our loyalty, always be true,
Your banner we'1l hold,dear blue and white
As we bow and say fondly 'Adieu'.
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