Tioga Central High School - Tiogan Yearbook (Tioga Center, NY)
- Class of 1961
Page 1 of 120
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1961 volume:
MR. RALPH MEADE Q
Mr. Ralph Meade has several unique distinctions. He has been associated with
our school system longer than any teacher in our high school. He knows the history
of our school system because most of his teaching has been done in our community.
He is the only teacher in our school who has taught every one who has been graduated
from T.C.S. But these are only statistics.
The Class of 1961 feels that Mr. Meade embodies certain character traits every
pedagogue strives to attain. Among them are methodical teacher, effective disciplinarian,
truthful advisor, impartial judge, and beloved teacher. But one other attribute cannot
be omitted-revered citizen. The Class of 1961 proudly dedicates The Tiogan to our
friend and teacher Mr. Ralph Meade.
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Our theme "Seasons," to paraphrase a recent song hit, is a many splendored thing.
The word "Seasons,' implies the good things in life. The word "Seasons" implies
quality. The word "Seasons" implies time. How then could we use this theme to best
advantage in the TIOGAN? A
After careful and long deliberation, it was thought that the complex' symbols of the
Zodiac would best express our theme. The'Zodiac implies time. It stresses the influence
of the sun on our seasons of the year. It adds the mystery of the astrologer. It pro-
vides variety in its 12 symbols, through them, 11 of which are living creatures, it
stresses life. The symbols have meanings, expressed in words of wisdom which, down
through the ages of man, have been more or less generally accepted.
To make our theme "Seasons" meaningful, we have tried to adapt each of the signs
of the Zodiac to a specific facet of our school life. To stress each of these signs,
we have chosen a key word which we feel expresses in essence the meaning of the
sign as it applies to a part of our educational activity at T.C.S.
This year, we have allowed each senior one-half page, and we have tried to make
the school history of each more enjoyable from the readers' view. We feel that the
Class of 1961 will be the last to have the opportunity to be alloted space to this
extent. Henceforth, the size of our classes would undoubtedly prohibit this procedure.
Furthermore, we have accomplished this without cutting down on the other features
of the TIOGAN.
The TIOGAN, though a Senior Class project, is designed for our entire school system.
The staff has worked hard to bring you the best TIOGAN T.C.S. has ever had. We
sincerely hope you will enjoy it.
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WILFERD E. GREENFIELD
TO THE CLASS OF 1961
As your ancestors kept their eyes on the stars and
used them as a guide to discover and settle this
great land of ours , so must you keep your eyes on
the stars for the future. Whether you become a
space traveler, doctor, lawyer or scientist, there
are great things about to happen of which you will
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the infltnenve of Uranus. This is the
sign nf funn-, yvt it flesignatcs those
who are socially aware, and eager to
help humanity without the accumula-
tion nf wealth. Mo-t'0 great .people were
burn under this sign than any of the
ntlwrs. It is the sign of our fat-ulty.
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tvachers stir men into tuition to im-
prove: thc-ir status and the' world around
District Superintendent of Schools
3rd Supervisory District
Saturn, the great disciplinarian, rules
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SEATED: Miss Louisa Whitcomb, William Ayres, J, Latimer Lee, Presidentg John
Middleton, Mrs. Ellen Lounsbury, Clerk. STANDING: Casper J. Waterman, Eben
Wiswell, Floyd Keene.
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MR. FRED ANNIS
Mathematics and Science
MR. RALPH MEADE
MR. WILLIS COLE
MR. ALFRED WALDEN
MR. RUSSELL FORBES
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Albany State Teachers' College
MISS JOYCE MEYERMANN
MRS. ROBERTA GOODFELLOW
New York University
MR. THOMAS NIMMO
Lock Haven State
MR. WELLINGTON EVANS
MR. WILLIAM JONES
Physical Education and
MR. ALFRED GAGLIO
St. John Fisher College
MR. GERALD CHRISTOF F
MISS RUTH JACOBS
MR. RICHARD PASCUZZO
MR. ARTHUR ENGELBERT
MR. JOHN MILLER
MR. WALTER MERENA
New York University
MRS. HELEN MCQUEEN
MR. JOSEPH REYNOLDS
Rochester Institute of
MR. ROGER BARD
MISS MONETTE MARTIN
MR. BERNARD FEIERSTEIN
MR. GARY D. WILCOX
University of Rochester
MRS. EMILY CASS
MRS. CORINNE ANNIS
MRS. JEAN MANCHESTER
MRS. LENORE OLICHNEY
MISS RUTH ROCKWELL
One tolerant of others, yet determined
in his duties can only symbolize our
service staff. Tarus, the Bull, the em-
blem of earthiness has a warm friendly
attitude, but lets no one deter him in
JOHN VAN AUKEN
Nichols Custodian HARRIS TERWILLIGER
FRONT ROW, l. to r.:
John Herrala, Rollyn
Clark, Burt Smith, Clinton
Wells, Gerald Leasure, Roy
Tredeau, Jerrine Zorn,
Alice VanGelder. BACK
ROW, 1. to r.: Wayland
Graves, George Goodfel-
low, Harold Robbins, Rich-
ard Bennett, Robert
Graves, Walter Lounsbury,
Leroy Kemp, Irving Zom.
MRS. FLORENCE COLSON
MRS. MINNIE BRIGHT
MRS. LOIS KEENE
Tioga Central Cafeteria
MRS. DELLA VAN AUKEN MRS. MILDRED PETERSON
MRS. JEAN JUDGE MRS. CORRINE ATCHISON
Tioga Elementary Cafeteria NiCh01S Cafeteria
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Our four stage rocket was being readied for blast off. Many years
of preparation throughout the grades have gone into this one rocket.
The engines were assembled and test fired in .lunior high, and now
as we returned to school as Freshmen in the fall of 1957, the rocket
that had been idle for 215 months was brought out on the launching
pad, and its fuel tanks were topped off with ambition, initiative, and
knowledge. ' '
The countdown started-5-al-3-2-1-0. A count for each of the first
days of school, and the zero for the first big job. The rocket was
off! The big engine stage-red as we ran into a little rough weather
as we were initiated. With Mr. Annis and Mr. Meade guiding and
correcting our course, we weathered this and all of the other trials
and tribulations of our first year of high school.
As ninth grade became past history, our first stage fell back to earth
and the second stage took over. With Mr. Merena and Mr. Hart at
the controls, we gained terrific velocity as the returns from our few
dances and refreshments at basketball games poured in and were
added to our pay load.
By now our rocket was orbiting the earth, and we were half way
through. Mrs. Goodfellow and Mr. Forbes provided the flame neces-
sary for the complete escape of the eartlfs gravitational field. They
guided us through any possible snags when we made the Jr. Prom
and the Jr. Carnival the biggest successes ever known to TCS. With
this terrific guidance, by the time that we had rounded the moon
and were ready for re-entry, we had a balance in our treasury
greater than any other class had ever had.
'Now Mr. Evans and Miss Meyerman acted as our retro rockets and
cushioned us for our re-entry. As we returned to earth as graduates,
we find that we have a new set of standards and a better under-
standing of what work really is.
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November 17 'TTL
Choir 1, 2, 4g Band 13 Jr. Playg Jr. Carnivalg
Will will attend Broome Tech and then let
Uncle Sam decide.
September 6 'mp
Freshman Magazine Sales Champg Class Presi-
dent lg Class Treasurer 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23
Band 1, 2g Chorus l, 23 NYSSMA 23 Shop
Club: Jr. Prom3 Jr. PlaY5 Jr. Carnival.
Moose is looking for a job.
CLASS PRESIDENT L
WILLIAM E. WATERMAN
He's mighty Zak' a rose.
CLASS VICE PRESIDENT
ROBERT E. BELL
'I am as strong as a bull moose.
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January 23 fo
Glee Club 2: Junior Carnival 3.
Kelly's black hair and sparkling eyes will
brighten some office soon after lune 26.
October 10 'dll
National Honor Societyg President and Secretary
Science Club 29 Treasurer National Honor Society
4g Training Chorus lg Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4g Psy-
chology Club 2g Sr. Play.
Ann is going to a teachers' college next
BELINDA L. VAN NORMAN
Belindcfs hair is like the night. Filled with
radiant starry beams.
ANNA L. KOWALEWSKI
Her intelligence is surpassed only by her
April 4 'TJ
Student Council 3, 43 Pep Club Presidentg Tik-
ettesg NYSSMA 2, 33 All-County 2, 3, 43 Pep
Club 1, 23 J.V. Cheerleader Basketball 33 Var-
sity Basketball Cheerleader 43 Football 43 Jr.
Prom Chairmang Jr. Prom Queeng Sr. Play.
Tiger's destination is work for a while and
then she will devote her time to keeping
house for Wimp.
March 19 H
Football All-Stars 3g Basketball All-Stars 33
Class Vice President 13 Class President 23 Student
Council 3, 43 Varsity Club Treasurer 3, 43 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 5, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 43
Band 13 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Jr. Prom Kiugg
Jr. Play, Jr. Camival3 'Freshman Initiation.
Reamie will attend some lucky college
and add stature to its athletic program.
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
LINDA L. JENNINGS
Gay of heart, bright of face, no one else can take
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVE
GEORGE R. REAM
Shane like a meteor streaming to the wind.
November 17 m
Area All-State Chorus 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus
1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 Tikettes 35
NYSSMA Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 NYSSMA Band 1,
2, 3, 43 All-County Festival 1, 2, 3, 45 All-
County Chorus 3, 44 Dance Club 95 Drama Club
3: Jr. Promg J r. Playg Sr. Play.
Ruthie has no definite future plans.
May 11 'O'
Glee Club 23 Jr. Prom, Jr. Carnival, Freshman
Initiation: Sr. Ball, Secretarial Club.
Sandy hopes to get a job and then get
RUTH A. BILL
Friendship is love without his wings.
SANDRA M. BORING
When she passed, it seemed like the ceasing
of exquisite music.
JUNE 15 2
Area All State Chorus 4.
Band Librarian 23 Cheerleading 1, 2: Chorus 1,
2, 3, 4-g Tickettes 2, 3: Sr. Band 2g Freshman
lnitiationg Jr. Prom Princess: Jr. Playg Sr. Play.
Briggsie expects to attend college to be a
October 12 H
Football 3, 4.
Pete expects to enter the Armed Forces after
CAROLE V. BRIGGS
What do you mean I can't understand Chemzs
SPENCER W. BRIGGS
The muscles in his brawny arms are like bands
January 2 xg
National Honor Societyg Editor Tioga Highlightsg
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g All-County Chorus 3g Area
All-State Chorus 4g Tikettes 2g Press Club X4-3
Jr. Promg Sr. Ballg Jr. Play.
Lucky plans on college and elementary
September 26 'li
FHA lg Jr. Carnival: Jr. Play.
Beth plans to study practical nursing in
IRENE D. BRIGHT
Friends are like melons. To find a good one, you
must try a hundred.
SYLVIA BETH CHAFFEE
How far-that little candle throws its beams! So
shines a good deed in-a naughty world.
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JUANITA C. CRIDER
Sweet and smiling are thy ways.
April 14 Y
Glee Club 1, 23 Gym Team 23 Press Club 4-5 Jr.
Rusty says she's going to work. Her red
hair may influence the millionaire she wants
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October 6 2
Class Secretary 25 Pep Club 1, 43 Varsity Cheer-
leader 413 Glee Club 23 Drama Club lg Jr. Promg
Jr. Carnivalg Sr. Ballg Jr. Playg Sr. Play.
Ducky thinks marriage would be just right
after high school.
January 28 mas'
Dave attended high school in Long Island
and Vestal before coming to TCS. He in-
tends to go to summer school this summer
and then he'll await developments.
August 29 H17
High Average Award General Science 93 Drama
Club Presidentg Ass't Editor, Highlights, Sr. Band
student conductor, Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,
4-g Area All-State Choir 35 County Choir 3, 4g
Dance Band 1, 2, 4, Boys Ensemble 2, 33 Drama
Club, Math Scholarship Clubg Highlights Staffg
Jr. Prom: Jr. Carnivalg Sr. Play.
Bob plans to major in music education at
Fredonia State and then sail the seven seas.
DAVID T. DIDOCHA
What you don? know would make a
ROBERT T. DOUGLAS
Your scheme is ingenious, but hardly new
October 20 2
Football 3g Jr. Carnival: Jr. Prom.
Bob attended Ithaca High School before
coming to TCS. He is looking forward to a
girl in every port when he enters the Navy
March 1 H
National Honor Societyg Science Award 9thg
Math Award 10thg Science Fair Chemistry win-
ner 39 Vice President Honor Societyg Badminton
2, 3, 45 Chorus 43 Shop Club lg Science Club 25
Math Club 4-g Press Club 4-3 Jr. Playg Sr. Playg
Chuckles intends to enroll in college and
become a Professor of Mathematics.
ROBERT G. DOWNING
I can resist anything but temptgtion.
CHARLES S. FREER
Do I correctly infer that you think me
IRENE A. FREER
Her treading would
not bend a blade of
August 12 Jl
Glee Club 2g Chorus 4-3 Jr. Play.
Kitten is going to look for a job after high
school and then marriage.
November 11 m,
Class .Sec. lg Cheerleading J. V. Basketball 1, 2,
3: Varsity Football 4-g Band 1, 2g Chorus 2, 45
Majorette 1, 2g NYSSMAg All County Chorus
2, 43 All County Bandg Mixed All County Chorus
45 Dance Club 13 Press Club 25 Jr. Promg Sr.
Ballg Jr. Carnivalg Jr. Playg Sr. Play.
Jo already has the ring to make her Mrs.
JOYCE L. GODFREY
A lover's eyes will gaze an eagle blind.
April 3 'TR
Chorus 15 Science Club.
Chuck is looking forward to a few years
in the Army or Air Force after graduation.
February 22 H
Basketball 2, 3g Track 415 Chorus 1.
Red plans on letting things take care of
themselves after June 1961.
CHARLES J. GORTON
Men shall not live by bread alone.
GARY W. HARLIN
Only his hairdresser knows.
November 25 X
Class President 3: Class V. President 2g Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4-g Intramurals, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-5
Press Club: Drama Club: Varsity Club, Jr.
Stud will be a marine this sununer, and
October 11 '-'....i'
Fresllman Magazine Sales Honor Certificate:
President of Science Club 33 Track 33 Basket-
ball 2g All-State Choir 4: Band 1, 2, 3g Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4-3 All-State Band lg All-County Band
1, 2g All-State Chorus 2, 4: Science Club 1, 2, 33
College Club 4g Math Club 4.
Benny hopes to enroll at NIT at Englewood,
California, or the University of Colorado.
CHARLES C. HORTON ,
Merrily, merrily shall I live
now. Under the blossom that
hangs on the bouglz. 2
BEMSLEY L. HOTTENSTEIN
November 27 ,fr
Intramurals 33 Glee Club 25 Training Chorus 1:
Secretarial Club 4: Jr. Carnivalg Jr. Play.
Bobbie spent some time at Vestal Central
School. She's looking for a job after grad-
April 3 'T'
V.P. Advanced Library Club 2g Sr. Band 13 Clee
Club 2g Library Club 1, 2, 35 College Club 1:
Jr. Promg Jr. Playg Sr. Playg Freshman Initia-
tiong Jr. Carnival.
Shortie says, "After graduation, que sera,
October 10 -Qi'
Basketball 1, 3g Baseball 4-g Volleyball 3g Band
1, 2g All-County Band.
Katchukie will be in school next fall.
March 3 Q-Q
Jr. Playg Sr. Play.
Tiger plans on marriage to Alvin of course,
but Lowels Business School will be graced
by her presence.
RONALD A. KATCHUK
Oh, well, it wasn't important anyway.
JEAN M. LEASURE
The earth shall pass, but love will
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Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Octet 2, 3g Area A11-
State 3, 43 All-County Chorus 2, 33 Science Club,
2, 3g Math Club 43 Sr. Play.
Doug can't get over the habit, so he will
keep on with school after graduation from
National Honor Societyg Boys' State 19603 Pres-
ident of National Honor Societyg Football 23
Band 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Octet
2, 3g Science Club 2, 3g Math Club 4.
Craig intends to go to college next year-
we understand it will be a co-ed school.
DOUGLAS C. UHOMMEDIEU
Oh, fortune, fortune! All men are called fzbkle.
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CRAIG R . MARKLEY
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In this world a man must be an anvil or a
.lune 12 11
National Honor Societyg Class Vice President 33
National Honor Society Secretary 43 Training
Chorus lg Chorus 2, 35 Drama Club 2g Psychology
Club 25 Jr. Playg Sr. Playg Jr. Prom Attendantg
Jr. Carnivalg Science Fair 8.
Robby says maybe school, maybe work. We
add maybe Doug.
April 12 Y
Library Club Secretary l, 2g Cleo Club 2g Library
Club 1, 2g Psychology 2.
Gay Lynn says work after graduation. She
doesn,t say for whom, is it Fred?
ROBERTA A. MERRILL
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She walks in beauty, like the night of cloud-
less climes and starry skies.
GAIL L. MIDDAUGH
ls she not pure gold P
February 10 MMMMZ22
Student Councilg V. Pres. 33 Football 4-Q Track
1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 4g Varsity Club.
Silky plans on college next fall.
Intramurals 35 Clee Club 1, Training Chorus 23
Chorus 4g Drama Cluhg Psychology Clubg Secre-
tarial Practice Clubg Jr. Carnivalg Jr. Playg Sr.
Playg Jr. Prom.
Sharon will soon be the sunshine in some
office doing secretarial work.
ROGER J. MILLER
Fortune does not keep faith with anyone.
SHARON A. PIPHER
From every blush that kindles in thy cheeks,
ten thousand little blessings and graces
December 6 X1
Baseball All Stars 2, 3g Football All Stars 3:
Student Council 23 Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball
1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Varsity
Robby will work when summer comes, but
he may go on to school if circumstances
september 22 TID
Football 3g Archery Clubg Wrestling Clubg Junior
Playg Sr. Playg Jr. Prom Committee.
The deer in Tioga County will take a beating
next year when Jim has more time on his
EARL D. ROBINSON
A living man who does not learn is like one in
fMing Lum Keen!
JAMES L. ROOT
A dinner lutbricates business.
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Nick plans on college next fall, and that
NICHOLAS J. SCHOONOVER
Nobody ever asked me how I ever managed
to combine a marriage and a career.
.luly 7 5
Intramurals 2g Track 3g Wrestling 25 Chorus 3, 4.
Squirl will be job hunting next summer.
BRUCE S. SHUMWAY
An apothecary should never be out of
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Smithy will probably stay in TC and be a
heavy duty man.
March 29 Y
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Baseball 1, 3, 4-3 Band 1, 23
Ray will go to work after graduation-that
is if Uncle Sam agrees.
DALE R. SMITH
Bread is the slaff of life.
RAYMOND R. SNYDER
"You heard me, you donkeylv retorted the
August 10 fl
Area All-State 4-5 All-County Band 3g All-State
Sectionals 1, 2, 43 Intramurals lg Chorus 1, 2, 4-3
Band 1, 2, 43 Orchestra 1, 2.
Kris is a three year man at TCS-and
from here she goes to college.
December 16 ,ff
Perkie attended Owego Free Academy some
time ago, but living in Tioga Center lured
her to TCS because she needed one more
year to graduate.
KRISTINE L. SOLY
Man! Thou pendulum betwixt a smile and a
ALYCE M. W. STAUDER
It's never too late to learn.
January 21 mm"
Basketball, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4-3
All-County Chorus 2, 3, 4: Boys' Octet 1, 2, 33
All-State Sectionals Band lg Chorus 33 Drama
Club 25 Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Jr. Prom.
Twig's looking for work starting next sum-
December 9 """
National Honor Societyg Band 1, 2, 3, 4-g Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4g Tikette 2, 39 All-County,Orchestra 1:
Band 2, 3, 4g NYSSMA 1, 2, 3, 4g Area Au-
State 415 Psychology Club 23 Press Club 4-3 Col-
lege Club lg Jr. Play, Sr. Playg Jr. Prom: Jr.
Carnivalg Science Fair 3.
Bev's going to work after graduation-for
HOWARD E. TERWILLIGER
You can hardly do this in the time allowed.
BEVERLY J. THOLEN
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Band 1, 2, 3, 4-g Dance Band 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3,
Bud's looking for a job after June 26.
March 17 if
Volley Ball, Track 3, 4-g Band 1, 2g Chorus 1, 2.
Junior will attend Broome Tech next fall.
EVERED F. VAN DUSEN
A true aml brave and downright honest
man.. He blew no horn in the rmzrket
MERRITT E. VARGASON
His legs bestride zhe ocean.
Class Secretary 3g Cheerleaderg Football Varsity
43 .l. V. Basketball 33 Chorus 2, 4g Training
Chorus lg Library Club lg Cheerleading Club 2g
Secretarial Practice 4g Jr. Playg Jr. Promg Sr.
Connie will be a housewife-or is.
CONNIE R. WHITMORE
Her very frowns are fairer far than smiles
of other maidens are.
December 11 if
Wrestling lg Football lg Jr. Playg Freshman In-
Will is looking for a job after June.
STI-.PHEN H. WILLIAMS
I have just bought the latest copy of Shapes
I, Bob Bell, leave my ability to get into the Junior
Play to anyone who likes to go to play practice.
I, Ruth Bill, leave Miss Martin with one less head-
I, Sandra Boring, am just glad I'mf1eaving.
I, Carole Briggs, leave Kip Baxter with no one to
talk to during language class.
I, Spencer Briggs, leave my position in football to
anyone who is big enough to fill it.
I, Beth Chaffee, leave my brother, Buzz, freedom
in his last year of school.
I, Juanita Crider, leave Mr. Merena with one less
person to pick on.
I, Irene Bright, leave to anyone who needs it, my
ability to get along with teachers.
I, Linda Deming, leave my red suspenders, willed
to me by Ronald Zylich, to Bob Gowan.
I, Bob Douglas, leave to Chris Williams my suc-
cessful ability to dodge a certain history teacher.
I, Bob Downing, leave to anyone who needs it my
ability of being small and still playing football.
I, Alyce Stauder, leave with many new friends a
heart full of gratitude.
I, Ben Hottenstein, leave my bass voice to my bro-
ther Erik. Who, me?
I, Ray Snyder, leave Jerry Howey my spot on the
bench in basketball.
I, Jeanne Leasure, leave to Sandra Van Boven the
fun of make-up for the Jr. and Sr. plays.
I, Sharon Pipher, leave Sherry C. to sit with an
underclassman instead of an upperclassman on the bus.
I, Dale Smith, have nothing, "no" nothing, so I
can't leave nothing. ,
I, Ronnie Katchuk, leave my trouble fgirlsl at school
to my brother, Larry.
I, Howard Terwilliger, leave to Bob Gowan my mag-
nificent marks in chemistry.
I, Bev Tholen, leave to Karen Harris my ability to
raise the devil during classes
I, Earl Robinson, leave my ability to "brownie"
around coaches to Bob Gowan.
I, Merritt Vargason, leave to John Divers my place
I, Belinda Van Norman, leave all the problems of
being in high school to my sister Mildred.
I, Steve Williams, leave to my brother Chris all of
the fun of getting thrown out of the library.
I, Doug L'Hommedieu, leave the Sophomore and
Freshman girls with no senior boy to flirt with them.
I, Craig Markley, leave my math and science books
to my brother Gordon.
I, Bill Waterman, leave to "Schyler" the job of
being President of the senior class. '
I, Kristine Soly, leave to anyone who wants it the
fun of being a senior, a year early.
I, George Woodruff, leave to some lucky boy the
fun of going on a field trip with 20 girls.
I, Evered Van Dusen, leave my ability to sleep dur-
ing classes to whoever is tired.
I, James Root, leave my ability to be a cop to my
I, Nick Schoonover, leave to Jim Wilmont my ability
to pass Physics.
I, Linda Jennings, leave to anyone who wants it the
fun of skipping play practice.
I, George Ream, leave Coach Nimmo to find an-
other star football and basketball player.
I, Gail Middaugh, leave my seat on Bus 56524 to Bea
Herbert and Sharon Shaw.
I, Anna Kowalewski, leave my ability for making
stupid mistakes in math to my brother Steve.
I, Joyce Godfrey, leave the fun of decorating for the
Jr. Prom and Senior Ball to Maybell Hawk.
I, Jo Ann Jones, leave to anyone who wants it my
job as a rubbedy dub lady.
I, Chuck Freer, leave T.C.S. brainwashed.
I, Irene Freer, leave T.C.S. taking my brother with
me, or vice versa.
I, Connie Whitmore, leave my smile to anyone who
needs it to endear teachers.
I, Chuck Horton, leave T.C.S. as the last one of the
I, Barbara Jacobs, leave Stevie with no one to tell
I, Bruce Shumway, leave Carol with no way to get
to school except on the bus.
I, David Didocho, leave Mr. Englebert with one less
person to repeat Math 10.
I, Gary Harlin, leave my red hair to Sherri Layton
to save man power.
I, Chuck Gorton, leave my quiet disposition to Lynn
I, Roberta Merrill, leave to my brother, Buddy, no big
sister to pick on in school.
I, Roger Miller, leave to anyone who wants it the
ability to get appendicitis on the second night of the
We, Ben, Doug and Craig leave Mr. Resue with
more peace and quiet.
We, Chuck and Woody, leave Mr. Merena with only
girls left in his secretarial classes.
We, Roger Miller and Bob Bell, leave our ability to
skip school for deer hunting to Dave Kimber.
We, Sandy B., Linda J., Joyce G. and Jo Ann J.,
leave nothing of value, we want everything.
We, Bev. Sharon, Anna, Ruth, and Roberta, leave
the Junior girls with five more seats at the lunch table.
Dated December 15, 1960
BELINDA VAN NORMAN
For The Class of 1961
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The use of the Zodiac in developing our theme for the 1961 Tiogan had considerable influence
on Beverly Tholen, and it was found that she has secretly been studying astrology. When the editors
accidently found out that Beverly was quite an accomplished student of this ancient study, we were
able to get the following predictions on the members of the class of 1961. So here is what the stars
have in store for us ten years from now.
Howard T. and Bub V. will be playing with Lawrence Welk.
Craig M. will be accepted as an astronaut.
Horton Sz Shumway Advertising Agency will establish an office in Rochester.
Smith and Williams will construct the new Tioga Center-Susquehanna Heights Bridge.
Nick S., now living in Waverly, will be elected to the Board of Education.
Anna K. and Irene B. will accept teaching positions in the newly enlarged Tioga Elementary School.
Cornell will announce the appointment of Professor C. Freer as chairman of the Mathematics Depart-
Mr. and Mrs. Stauder will attend the graduation of their son, Terry, at R.P.1.
JoAnn J. will supervise the new School of Nursing at the Tioga General Hospital, and Beth Chaffee
will conduct classes in practical nursing at the same institution.
Ruth Bill will be appointed Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Dairying by President Rockefeller.
Spencer B's colt will be favorite to win the "triple crown" in 1971.
Carole B. will win the election for Tioga County Welfare Commissioner.
Sharon P. and Roberta M. will finish 1-2 in the l.B.M. women's golf championship.
George R. and Earl R. will be appointed physical ed. teachers in the new Tioga County Technical
High School now being constructed in Halsey Valley.
Kristine S! will be Dean of Women at Elmira College.
George W. has just brought in his 4-1st oil well in Arizona.
Robert Douglas will replace Milton Cross as announcer for the Metropolitan Opera program.
Robert D. and Raymond S. have perfected a new type of aircraft carrier for the Navy. lt can
cruise at 75 knots and when under way is not much larger than a destroyer.
Barbara J's new book "Farm Management" has been adopted for use by the ag classes at Newark
Ronald K's chain of women's specialty shops has been reported as the largest in the U. S.
Waterman, Hottenstien, and L'Hommedieu-Aeronautical Engineers, will design the new three level
airdrome for Nichols.
Jean L. will raise polo ponies for the U. S. Olympic Team.
Grey hair is completely passe fashionwise, announces the leading hair stylist salon of Gorton,
Harlin, and Crider.
Dave D. will be teaching French in Canada.
Connie W. will be elected PTA president at TCS.
d Bell's Dairy Farm will win the top milk production with "Bonnie Bluef' a new hybrid milk pro-
James R. claims the world's championship in wrestling. He will take on all challengers.
Joyce G., Irene F., and Sandra B., all happily married, are arranging the lst annual formal dance
for the TCS PTA.
Linda J. will be appointed to teach child care in TC Adult Education by Mr. Meade.
Linda D. will be modeling for Drazen's.
Belinda V. will take over the Dear Abbe column and rename it Belinda's Blessings.
Merritt V. will be appointed chairman of the N. Y. Athletic Commission. '
Roger Miller will be appointed director of scouting for the New York-Pennsylvania district.
Gail M. will succeed Judge Colhessey as Judge of the Children's Court.
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Vice President-TERI MCCOY
Secretary-EST HER LOUNSBERRY
FIRST ROW, left to right--Claire
Erwin, Johanna Heyman, .ludy
Judge, Dondrue Hanna,.Beatrice, Her-
bert, Marie Eiklor, Bernardine
Blatchley, Lois Dodge, Antonia Go-
lonka. SECOND ROW, left to right:
Gretchen Ioseyy Josephine Jones,
Bob Cowan, Chuck Hollister, George
Chicchinelli, Walter Chaffee, Chuck
Hunt, Jerry Howey. THIRD ROW,
left to right: Jim Bean, Orrin Ham-
mond, Lynn Jennings, Kip Baxter,
Dwayne Deretz, Wayne Harris.
FIRST ROW, left t right--Man
garet Thomas, An a Wiswell,
Kathy Zylich, Esther Loundsberry,
Ann Maclntosh, Susan McElwain,
.Ioyce Sturdevant, Teri McCoy. SEC-
OND ROW, left to right-Kenny
Pierce, Stephen Pelham, Jean Ros-
enthal, Marry Ann Van Housen, .Iirn
Thomas, Mark Limerick, Tresa Var-
gason. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Dennis Kelsey, Al Simons, Tom Lu-
ciani, Michael Lurito, John Sawyer,
FIRST ROW, lert to right-Donice
Rolfe, Donna Rolfe, Terry Rich, Bev-
erly Rogers, Mary Scott, Nancy Stur-
davent, Joyce Welfel, Ellen White,
Margo White. SECOND ROW, left
to right-Thomas Westbrook, Terry
Walter, Sandra VanBoven, Donna
Rogers, Sharon Lounsbury, Ellen
Snyder, Sandra Teller, Gladys Mid-
daugh, Lois Nichols. THIRD ROW.
left to right-Ernie Vargason, Curt
Stradley, John Whitcomb, Thomas
Rought, Neil Pipher, Kenneth Wil-
son, David Watennan, Fred Nichols.
'li' SESS 0 1963
Vice President-ED KLENOTIZ
FIRST ROW, left to right-Step
hanie Caravelgsi, Dawn Bellis, Chris-
tina Darbee, 'udy Coleman, George
Gorton, Ken Hammond, Maybell
Hawk, Joyce Hardman. SECOND
ROW, left to right-Clara Gorton,
Janet Colson, Glen Evelien, Sue
Deming, Sherry Layton, Leroy Garey,
Dwight Deretz, Steve Kowalewski,
Ernest Churchill, Doug Horton.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Jerry
Hill, Raymond Graham, Fred Daw-
son, Ed Klenotiz, Bob Baldwin,
Chuck Doane, John Hollister.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Howard
Layer, Stephen Rich, John Dutton, Mike
Elston, Marsha Waterman, Joan Mar-
shall, Al Beers, Larry Katchuk, Carole
Buchi. SECOND ROW, left to right-
.Iudy Mathewson, Linda Marchewka,
Karan Harris, Susan Kemp, Kathryn
Tholen, Erna Reitz, Rose Marie Soly,
Rita Zylich, Carol Jones. THIRD ROW,
left to right-Carol Brown, Nancy Ros-
enthal, Rose Pipher, James. Douglas,
James Wilmot, Edgar Thurston, Jerry
Ockerman, Sandra Grey. Absent-
1 ' '-.
if h STEPHEN
FIRST ROW, left to right-Sandra
Jacobus, Barbara Ketchum, Clara Whee-
land, Ruth Jacobus, Nancy Knapp, Eliz-
abeth Golonka, Bonnie Grist, Russel
Keene. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Thomas Camp, John Divers, Michael
Coleman, Martha Scott, Bonnie Rogers,
Cynthia Schultz, Charles Sturdevant,
Sharon Judge. THIRD ROW, left to
right-Marla Barrows, Sherl Barrows,
James Branston, Maurice Whittemore,
Glen Van Boven, Chester Callahan,
Ralph Graham. Absent-Phyllis Bennett,
Phillip Petty, David Goodwin, Clarence
Gin 0 1964
FIRST ROW, left to right-
Mary Johnson, Shirley Mar-
chewka, Luella Thompson,
Alan Carlin, Robert Root,
Susan Baxter, Beverly Zorn.
SECOND ROW, left to
right-LeRoy Bean, Owen
Zorn, Richard Rogers, Tho-
mas Merz, Judith Hardman,
Bonne Wilson, Vivian Smith,
Donna Evelien, Mina John-
son. THIRD ROW, left to
right-David Kimber, Rob-
ert Ayers, Charles Perry,
Alan Bill, Carl Deming,
Donald Whittemore, Theo-
dore Rought. Absent-John
Layton, Berton Kline, Luth-
Gkss 0 1965
FIRST ROW, left to right--Fred
Kelley, Christopher Williams, Lorry
Romich, Francis Soly, Norma Dem-
ing, Franklin Williams, Bryon Rog-
ers, Ted Luddy, Gary Rolfe. SEC-
OND ROW, left to right-Bonnie
Cummings, Betty Jannone, Kathleen
Judge, Debre Hanna, Luella Foust,
Ruth Bensley, Judith Brown, Dawn
Groves, Geoigianna Jocobus, William
Cass, Gary Ketchum. THIRD ROW,
left to right-Richard Olmstead,
Gary Luciani, Guy Shaw, Clifton Cat-
lin, Martha Taylor, Wanda Green-
field, Cynthia Hall, Shirley Bleiler,
Dennia Miller, Carole Mclntosh. Ab-
FIRST ROW, left to right-Gloria
Miller, Beatrice Perry, Bonnie Saxon,
Dawn Furman, Marilyn Hunt, Bill
Snover. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Diane Wandall, Harold Hor-
ton, Ronald Greene, Gary Vargason,
Lester Olmstead, Timothy Limerick.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Katlr
ryn Ross, ,lane Dewey, Ruth Tho-
mas, Rene Stradley, Ruth Jones,
Mildred VanNorman. Absent-Rich
FIRST ROW, left to right-Deborah
Rider, .lean Hayes, Carol Spencer,
Linda Boehm, Josephine Cicchinelli,
Sharon Armstrong, Yoenna Moon,
Saleen McElwain, Ruthe Kowalewski,
Eloise Carey. SECOND ROW, left
to right-Carolee Warner, Sandra
Burns, Gary Miller, Gary Simons,
Paula Twigg, Patricia -Wiswell, Lin-
da Wells, Howard Merrill, Sandra
Thurber, Susan- Haines. THIRD
ROW, left to right-Gary Coleman,
Karen Morris, Diana Baldwin, Scott
Hill, James Schwab, James Harlin,
Curtis Josey, Kathleen Ockerman,
CASS 0 1966
FIRST ROW, left to right-Janice
Hill, Shirley Grant, John Chrysler,
Gary Myers, Jolm Branston, Lewis
Annsby, Ronald Nichols. Michael
Hanuner, Douglas Burgess, Cline
Stradley. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Durward Ketchum, Leonard
Hobbie, Shirley Miller, Melbia Cat-
lin, Patricia Dean, Blanche Van Nor-
man, Joyce Barrows, Marie Goodwin.
THIRD ROW, left to right-David
Callahan, Leslie Swartz, Bruce Zorn,
John Bishop, Burton Cole, Fred Wil
lianis, Stephen Kinney, James Her-
bert, Donald Ed Harris. Absent-
Carol Westbrook, Paul White.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Paul
Mortzheim, Betty Marchewka, Chris-
tine Hairnes, Susan Moore, Richard
Thomas, Douglas Rogers, Douglas
Waterman, Richard Braunbeck, Jim
Robinson, Michael Spencer, Douglas
Wilson. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Raymond O'Connell, Paul Wil-
son, Clara Welfel, Nancy Newman,
Leonore Kohn, Stanley Harris, Gor-
don Thornas, Charles Quick, Sharon
Zeller, Janice Novak, Sharon Olm-
stead, Marsha Deming, Barbara Hey-
man, Nancy Brown. THIRD ROW,
left to right-Barbara Dean, Linda
Vargason, Harry Bennett, John
Briggs, Douglas Jones, Nancy Bald-
win, Cleona Whitcomb, Sherrill
Goodfellow, Carolyn Smith, Deborah
Baldwin, Carol Newbury.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Anne
Cicchinelli, Carol Bracken, Rene
Moon, Susan Furman, Edwin Jacobs,
Dennis Swartz, Carl Armstrong,
Quinn Grose, John Hunt, Clarence
Guiles. SECOND ROW, left to right
-Jerry Elston, Billie Briggs, Suz-
anne Sturdevant, Virginia Middaugh,
Linda Howey, Paula Eiklor, Mark
Reynolds, Ralph Oropello, Carolyn
Clark, Patricia Dutton, Michael Kin-
ney. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Richard Brown, Glenn Synder, Eu-
gene Gill, Richard Horton, Lewis
Zorn, Francis Crandall.
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si if Nichols Tioga
Elementary ya Genfraf Elementary
MR. EARL NOVAK
The grades at TSC are in three build-
ings. Nichols has grades K through 6,
Tioga Elementary has grades K through
3, and Tioga Central grades il-, 5, and 6.
Mr. Novak is supervisor of all grade
classes, and Mrs. Magnus is the build-
ing principal at Tioga Elementary. Mrs.
Horton at Tioga Elementary and Mrs.
Rogers at Nichols are the nurse-secre-
taries. They handle office work and
supervise the health programs for their
respective schools. At Tioga Central,
Mrs. Cass, the high school nurse, super-
vises the health programs for grades 4,
5, and 6 in that building.
With our ever increasing population,
there is demand for more classrooms,
and in the near future our school dis-
trict will vote on additions to all three
buildings. This will provide much need-
ed room especially at Tioga Central
where the increased number of sections
is causing problems.
MRS. KATHERINE MAGN US
Tioga Elementary Principal
MRS. GRACE ROGERS MRS. SALLY HORTON
Nichols Elementary Tioga Elementary
MRS. CORBIN'S 6TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-Valerie
Romich, Hugh Kelly, Milton Kemp,
George Johnson, Richard Stella,
Jerry Coleman, George Rice, Edward
Deming, Douglas Men, Janet North-
1-up. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Miss Fox, Gary Brown, Beth Ann
Meyer, Eva Gorton, Florence McIn-
tosh, Carol Burns, Eric Grose, Kath-
ryn Thomas, Kathleen Zom, Ann
Yoder, Marilyn Van Geldger, Ida
Thompson. THIRD ROW, left to
right-Harry Newberry, Virginia
Hawkins, Shelda Walker, Paula
Kline, Eleanor Spires, Bonnie Brink,
Susan Luciana, Kathleen Ellison,
Diana Ketchum, Charles Camp.
MRS. LEE'S 6TH GRADE-NICHOLS
FIRST ROW, left to right-Paul
Zylich, Jeffrey Barnes, James Cara-
vella, Eva J. Soly, Martin Thomas,
,loan Brawnbeck, Thomas Myers,
Richard Perrey, Vickie Moon, Pa-
tricia Steele, Kathy VanDusen, Susan
Eisenhart. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Mrs. Corbin, Tyrone Stauder,
Albert Whittemare, Mary Armsby,
Geraldine Colson, Terry Warner,
Karen Elston, Marjarie Johnson,
Sharon Cripler, Carol Snyder.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Keeth
Bennett, Ham! Westbrook, Douglas
Wandall, Teddy Bishop, Diana Bish-
op, Loretta Dean, Diane Keene, Sha-
ron Grey, Marsha Sundberg, Rich-
ard Harding. Absent--,lacquiline
MISS FOX'S 6TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-Dale
White, Cheryl Bracken, Alan Ben-
nett, Mary Newman, Beverly Garey,
Dianne Foote, Geoffrey Rich. SEC-
OND ROW, left to right-Walter
Cheely, Carolyn Park, Linda Van
Boven, John Foust, David Vergason,
William Hyde, David Baldwin, Mary
Hayes, Mary Bensley, Dianne Chrys-
ler, Mrs. Lee. THIRD ROW, left
to right-Philip Brown, Roger Fel-
ton, Donna White, Meleta Murdock,
Elizabeth Barton, Ann Ockerman,
Ray Arnold, Rhonda Seeley, Gordon
Markley, Sandra Jorgensen. Absent
-Ronald White, Miriam Didocha,
MRS. NICDONAL.D'g 5TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-John
Beers, Michael Williams, Donna Kel-
ley, Vicki Snover, Roberta Root,
Kathleen Heyman, Stephen Merz,
Philip Rogers, Thomas Wiggins,
Cheryl Hill, Frank Hammer. SEC-
OND ROW, left to right-Larry Sey-
mour, Thomas Armstrong, Marlene
Johnson, Karla Morris, Steven Mc-
Elwain, Linda Atchison, Jackie Eik-
lor, Bettie Mosher, Barbara Harris,
Harriet Ellison, Jean Hawkins, David
Tinkham, Michael Wagstaff, Mrs.
Miller. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Kevin Smith, George Jones, Mar-
garet Braunbeck, Marsha Graham,
Linda Middaugll, Charlotte Dean,
Stephen Keene, .lack Gowan, Billie
Brink, Stewart Cole, Donna Quick.
Absent-Ronald Millage, Larry
MRS. SCHWAB'S STH GRADE-NICHOLS
FIRST ROWV, left to right-,lacque-
line Stella, Stephen Klenotiz, Io Ann
Robinson, Robert Hildebrand, Cathy
Shultz. Lidna Tye. Alan W'alker,
Janice Pipher, Lewis Holhert, Her-
bert Chrysler. SECOND ROW, left
to right-Mrs. McDonald, Winnie-
fred Graves, Gregory Harding, Kath-
ryn Wilson, Nancy Van Norman,
Dorothy Nichols, Ronald Godfrey,
Carol Culver, Blanche Iannone, Bon-
nie Catlin, Joseph Thomas, Joel
Shaw. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Connie Barden, Robeit Millage.
Mark Hill. David Williams, Carol
Dewey, Darlene Van Housen, Doug-
las Pierce, Frank Smith, Michael
Srtrope, Leah Barnes. Absent-Karen
MRS. MILLER'S 5TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-Donald
Rolfe, Mary Foust, Jean Willis, Glen
Foust, Thomas Rice, Carolyn Culver,
Edward Sclmeider, Diane Dillon,
Trlunan Kittle, Clara Bensley, Roger
Argetsinger. SECOND ROW, left to
right--Marguerite Jacobus, Dale Ben-
nett, Charles Kinney, Frederick
Thomas, Daniel Pipher, Arthur Strad-
ley, Sally Campbell, Barbara Cass,
Elizabeth Mesh, Rachel Kowalewski,
Mrs. Schwab. THIRD ROW, left to
right-Judith L'Hommedieu, Roger
Briggs, Nancy Wiswell, Dennis Wash-
burn, Diane Felton, Gail Luciani,
Alan Robertson, Gail Sawyer, James
Vargason, Dorothy Novak, Cynthia
Quick, Kathy Park. Absent-Robert
MRS. BARNES' 4TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-Kolleen
Morris, Janet Kreichbaum, Diana
Hosmer, Danna Deming, Judy Fur-
man, Kenneth Zorn, John Chrysler,
Elaine Gorton, Dorla Van Norman.
SECOND ROW, left to right-Pa-
tricia Tholen, Joyce Argetsinger,
Gail Westbrook, Cindy Coleman,
Kathy Martin, Richard Temple,
Keith Grose, Ralph Fredenburg,
Timothy Thomas. THIRD ROW, left
to right-Fred Lounsbury, Lois Eik-
lor, Jack Chrysler, Ralph Kelsey,
Donna Nye, Dale Guiles, Stephen
Pipher, Patricia Kinney, Edith
Steele. Absent-Joette Chamberlain,
MISS RUSSELUS 4TH GRADE-NICHOLS
FIRST ROW, left to right-David Rich-
ardson, Elaine Harding, Gail Hosmer,
Elmer Apgar, Burton Warner, Kenneth
Atchison, Thomas Strope, Mary Ellen
Dougherty, Connie Meissner, Doris Nye.
SECOND ROW, left to right-Connie
Quick, Katharine Vanderpool, Valerie
Vergason, Daniel Boehm, John Robin-
son, Donald Harris, Victoria McLean,
Dehhrah Farnham. THIRD ROW, left
to right-Carl Van Gelder, William
Briggs, Rhonda Lounshury, Sherry
Bates, William Temple, James Keene,
William Novak, Reynor Thompson. Ab-
sent-Michele Luddy, George Muzek.
MRS. NEW BERRY'S 4TH GRADE-TIOGA CENTRAL
FIRST ROW, left to right-Patty Brack-
en, James Williams, Mikalleen Seeley,
Fred Allis, Katheryn Gilmore, Ruth
Thomas, Beverly Waterman, Teresa Rob-
ertson, Bruce Foote, Lewis Goodwin.
SECOND ROW, left to right-Dottie
Sue Jacohus, Barbara Ann Quick, Craig
Stradley, Nancy Bean, Thomas Wiswell,
Richard Cole, Janice Argetsinger, Roh-
ert Armstrong, Douglas Cobb, Miss' Rus-
sell. THIRD ROW, left to right-Omar
Hottenstein, Marcia Merena, Dennis
Cheely, Stephen Roadcap, Thomas Oek-
erman, Martha White, David Hyde, Rita
Felton, Anthony Fox. , Absent-Larry
Hartman, Betty Park, Donna Spencer.
.SRD GRADE-MRS. ASHLAND-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Frede-
rick Depew, Linda Cole, Robert Cat-
lin, Lizabeth Bennett, Beth Swartz,
Marilyn Beers, Arthur Mayer, Deb-
orah Van Dusen, Cheryl Thomas,
Sherman McElwain, David Twigg.
SECOND ROW, left to right-Renee
Wells, Kenneth Chaffee, Clifford
Perry, Dennis Sundberg, Charles Hol-
bert, Geneva Braunbeck, Linda
Quick, Daniel Hill, Bruce White,
Mrs. Magnus. THIRD ROW, left to
right-Sandra Temple, Gary Wil-
liams, Joanne Josey, LeRoy Eiklor,
John Merrill, Susan Welfel, Ray-
burn Roadcap, Gordon Ormsby, Ber-
nard Smith. Absent-Daniel Zylich.
3RD GRADEQMRS. WILMOT-NICHOLS
FIRST ROYV. left to right-Raymond
Soly, Terri Snover, Mary Harris, Ray-
mond Deming. Jolm Perry, Clara Cat-
lin, Karen Shultz, Nancy Jacobs, Nancy
Kelley, Susan Cowan. SECOND ROW,
left to right-Tom Hill, Linda Nichols,
Joy Bacon, Willialit Archibald, Ronald
Fairlie, Dale Hosmer, Gary Spires, Stev-
en Crossett, Iona Ormsby, Larry Ketch-
um. THIRD ROW, left to right-Robert
Williams, Gerald Catlin, James Boehm,
Jay Ball, Herbert Fice, Earl Ormsby,
Sharonrose Bishop, Norman Culver,
,gauges Ellinson, Bruce Eiklor, Mrs. Ash-
3RD GRADE-MRS. MAGHUS-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Deborah
Thomas, George Jacobus, Sharon Chrys-
ler, Joann Kittle, Sullivan Foote, Sara-
lene Seeley, Linda Preshur, Frederick
Chrysler, Robert Carlin, Francis Mc-
Carthy, Stephen Clearwater, Debra
Bracken. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Michele Thompson, Mary Louise Davis,
Joseph Kinney, Dean Foust, Harold
Allis, Robert Moffitt, James Culver,
Floyd Hartman, Charlene Campbell,
Denise Baldwin, Mrs. Wihnot. THIRD
ROW, left to right--Rebecca Morris,
Timothy Mills, Carl Thomas, Cynthia
Felton, Judy O'Connell, Lois Kowalew-
ski, Daniel Wells, Mary Vargason, Wil-
liam Kosobuski, David Barton.
2ND GRADE-MRS. BELL-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Kenneth
Archibald, Duane Snyder, Paulette
Steele, Roberta Hawkins, LaVene
Judge, Linda Lombard, Kay Morris,
Dale Simons, Henry Brink, Carol
Gilmore, Randy Bennett, Helen Van
Housen. SECOND ROW, left to right
-Claude Cole, Ester Perry, Ellen
Ellison, William Getzke, Duane At-
chison, Bonnie Fredenburg, Carol
Vanderpool, William Apgar, Marie
Eccleston, Myron Thompson, Janet
Clymer. THIRD ROW, left to right
-Patricia Graves, Gary Chaffee,
James Marshall, Rodney Myers, Clif-
ton Tye, Douglas Armstrong, Roberta
Wagstaff, Gary Schoonover, Victoria
Golonka, Mrs. Chandler. Absent-
Gary Van Norman.
2ND GRADE-MRS. KIMBALL-NICHOLS
FIRST ROW, left to right-Gregory
Kinney, Marvin Meissner, Robert Farn-
ham, Steven Shrauger, Donald Guiles,
Yvonne Williams, Dawn Zucchi, Jean-
nine Perry, Virginia Vest, Elise Mortz-
heim. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Ann Root, Daniel Eiklor, Dana Muzek,
Merwin Reynolds, Cindy Burke, Deborah
McLean, Warren Wandall, Louise
Thorn, Patricia Middaugh, Mrs. Bell.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Kevin
Luddy, Nancy Canzler, Mary Van Dusen,
Jeffrey Coleman, Michal Kropp, Kevin
Smith, Patrick Dougherty, Theresa Fice,
Bruce Stauder, Alan White. Absent-
Mary Ann Pipher, Lila Stevens.
2ND GRADE-MRS, CHANDLER-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Robert
Ream, Mark Murdock, Sherry Foote,
William Hartman, Martha Cichinelli,
Clinton Wells, Joan Knapp, Mark Hoff-
man, Ruth Carey, Joseph Kittle, Deb-
orah Tibbetts. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Leon Wiswell, Edmund Dodge,
Jasper Hakes, Bruce Morris, Donna
Rogers, John Grimes, Valara Wyant, Ty
Waterman, Sharleen Stradley, Kathleen
McCarthy, Mrs. Kimball. THIRD ROW,
left to right-Patricia Zimmer, Kevin
Cummings, Randy Bennett, Judith Mills,
Gene Marshall, John Cheely, Charles
Davis, Steven Reynolds, Jon Robertson,
1ST GRADE-MRS. BIXBY-NICHOLS
FIRST ROW, left to right-Sarah
Kelly, Donna Fredenburg, Kenneth
Godfrey, Deborah Fice, David De-
Pew, Edward Bush, Patricia Lime-
rick, Gary Smith, Floyd Mosher,
Stephan Merrill. SECOND ROW,
left to right-Marcia Kropp, Mere-
dith Kohn, David Bacon, Lynn Walk-
er, Lyle Walker, Nelson Warner,
Theresa Elston, Anna May Harris.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Cynthia
Bennett, Karl Zylich, Colleen Dough-
erty, Doug Kinney, Deith Short,
Charles Chrysler, Katherine Shum-
way, Willard Bates, Mrs. Harris. Ab-
sent-Richard Brink, Betty Reitz.
1ST GRADE-MRS. MILLER-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Kathleen
Marshall, John Culver, Fred Stradley,
Andrea Dodge, Robert McCarthy, Mar-
garet Morris, Kathy Robertson, Ioan
Callahan, Terry Rogers, Ronald Pipher,
Kenneth Rogers. SECOND ROW, left
to right-Marilyn Jones, Alan Fox, Carol
Duffek, Kevin Reynolds, David Preshur,
Larry Wyant, Kathleen Cummings, Ger-
ald Thompson, Amy Middleton, Donald
Nash. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Betty Bean, Scott Bennett, Ann Koso-
buski. Susanne Merena, Rebecca Kowa-
lewski, Nancy Grunow, Kathy Schneider,
Shirley Wittemore, Sharon Bowen, Patti
Kittie, Mrs. Bixby. Absent-Linnea
Goodwin, Judy Nichols, Linda Spencer.
1ST GRADE-MRS. HARRIS-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Gary Chrys-
ler, Richard Welfinger, Michael Moon,
Daniel Best, Linda Thomas, Pamela
Johnson, Vickie Smith, William Hilde-
brand. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Patrieia Simons, Debra Temple, Dale
Beers, Christy Catlin, Anna Braunbeck,
Lorraine Fairlie, Daniel Johnson.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Sharon
Cowan, Gary Williams, Lloyd Jacobs,
Joseph Steele, Thomas Noonan, Re-
becca Brown, Michael Bishop. Absent-
Vicki Atchison, Kenneth Bellis, Lois
Eiklor, Deborah Gallow, Jonathan Hart,
Judy Myers, Kenneth Shipman.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Lora
Williams, Cheryl Perry, Albert Foust,
Peter Burke, Susan Simons, Barbara
Zucchi, Gilbert Eiklor, Paul Ben-
nett. SECOND ROW, left to right-
Mrs. Lowe, David Kornbluth, Step-
hen Hill, Karen Whitmarsh, Rhonda
Myers, Kimberly Ormshy, Mathew
Cotton, Linda Perry, James Burden.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Pamela
Kemp, Richard Van Housen, Joseph
Robinson, Thomas Boring, Amold
Kelsey, Cathy Predmou, Marion Elli-
son. Absent-Gail Shaw, Claudia
Lounsbury, Cheryl Theriaque, Rose-
ann Thorn, Gary Gavitt.
KINDERGARTEN-MRS. LUCIANI-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Syble Chrys-
ler, William Rich, Charles Wiswell,
Gary Hunter, Rosemary Cicchinelli, Re-
becca Lounsbury, Douglas Thomas, Can-
dis Hoffman, Paul Ketcham, Beth Koso-
buski, SECOND ROW, left to right-
Beth Hottenstein, Karen Fox, George
Basas, David Goodwin, Lois Street, Jan-
ette Merrill, Shelley Roadcap, Carolyn
Hyde, Issac Brown, Lori Cole. THIRD
ROW, left to right-Karen Foote, Diane
Grunow, Thomas Cheely, Ann Aropello,
Bonnie Stinard, Roger Allis, Alice Hun-
singer, Dennis Platt, Kelly Grimes,
Jeffrey Davis, Mrs. Cook.
KINDERGARTEN-MRS. LOWE-TIOGA ELEMENTARY
FIRST ROW, left to right-Stephen
Horton, Violet Catlin, Jane Bensley,
Donald Williams, Keith Shrauger, Val-
erie Seymour, Patty Fairlie, Robert
Foust, Robert DePew. SECOND ROW,
left to right-Mrs. Luciani, Daniel Burl-
ingame, Nancy Evans, Dawn Vanderpool,
James Gowan, Donald Root, Andy Wil-
liams, Timothy Coyle, Rodney Archi-
bald, Diane Snyder. THIRD ROW, left
to right--Sandra Tholen, Penny Muzek,
Cynthia Hollenbeck, LuAnne Smith, Di-
ann McAfee, Alan Collins, Robert Wells,
Laurie Snyder. Absent-Kathleen Sturd-
evant, Robert Miller, Theresa Vander-
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Pisces, the Fishes, is naturally ruled
by Neptune. Pisceans are quiet, artistic,
and generous. Being of a non-combative
Q . nature they yearn for the help of others
If which can brinv out their intelligence
en y and potential abilities..
FIRST ROW, left to right-Ruth DeVaul, Helena Hill, Caroline Rounsville, Marion Rounsville,
Cary Stephens, Harold Hart. SECOND ROW, left to right-Donald Gorton, Robert Olrnstead,
Curtis Stephens, Galy Spencer. THIRD ROW, left to right-Arlene Johnson, Florence Chrysler,
John Kornbluth. FOURTH ROW, left to right-Mrs. Dense, Herbert Swanshrough.
Sagittarius. the Archur. is ruledA by
jupiter. He symbolizvs jovial charm
and grain-ty, yet ht- has an attitude of
uptintism and sincerity. This is the
essence of school activity. Charm em-
bmlies ztdoqmtlxr kumsfledgo :applied by
cagvr sourclxcwrs for truth through the
out-of-class activities of our school.
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Promotion of better school citizenship, better teacher-pupil relations, school spirit, a well rounded activities
program, promotion of courtesy and fellowship in our school-all these are major concerns of our Student
To insure fair representation and democratic practice our Student Council has two representatives from
each grade from 7 through 12, and 1 representative each from the Music Department, the Physical Educa-
tion Department, and one to represent the various clubs of our school.
The Student Council meets on Mondays and at other times when special meetings are deemed necessary.
Members are assigned to cafeteria and hall duty during lunch periods. The Council also prepares the weekly
school calendar, assumes responsibility for the salute to the flag each morning, and makes sure the neces-
sary announcements are given on the public address -system. Student Council members provide musical
interludes each morning.
The Council makes and enforces rules and regulations which are necessary for the betterment of our school.
lt regulates and grants charters to clubs and other organizations and supervises all extracurricular activities.
All of these powers are, of course, subject to review and veto of the principal.
Each year, late in the spring, our election is held to select the officers for the following year. Seniors do
not vote in this election since they will not be in school the following year. A spirited campaign, with
nominations and campaign speeches, preceded the voting.
To be elected a member of our Student Council is the highest honor our student body can bestow on a fel-
low student. Student Council members are chosen because they have a high sense of values and exemplify
outstanding school citizenship.
STANDING: Andrea Wiswell, Teri Mc-
Coy, .lim Bean, Tom Luciani, Kip Bax-
ter. SEATED: Mr. Annis, Advisor, Ro-
berta Merrill, Craig Markley, Chuck
Freer, Anna Kowalewski.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Tioga Central School has had a National Honor Society Chapter for the past three years.
As with most national organizations, our local chapter is governed by the rules and regulations of the National Honor
Society. Our constitution and its amendments must be approved by the national headquarters.
The Honor Society is designed to promote scholarship and character development. Any tenth, eleventh, or twelfth
grade student with good character and a high academic standing is eligible for membership.
The members of Honor Society at T.C.S. have certain special privileges regarding passes.
We hope that as our school grows, so will the Honor Society and its high ideals for the promotion. of character and
The officers for 1960-1961:
President-CRAIG MARKLEY Secretary-ROBERTA MERRILL
Vice-President-CHARLES FREER Treasurer-ANNA KOWALEWSKI
MATH SCHOLARSHIP CLUB
Left to Right - Doug L'Hommedieu,
Chuck Freer, Robert Douglas, Craig
Markley, Kenneth Baxter, James
Bean, Advisor-Mr. Engelbert.
MODERN ALGEBRA CLUB
Left to Right - STANDING -
Gerald Hill, Steve Kowalewski, John
Whitcomb, Tom Westbrook, Robert
Baldwin, Kenneth Wilson.
SITTING - Sue Deming, Sharon
Layton, Sandra Van Boven, Mr. En-
gelbert, Advisor, Christina Darbee,
Both the Math Scholarship and the Modern Algebra Clubs were organized to give
students the opportunity to become acquainted with contemporary mathematics. The
Modern Algebra Club is for sophomores and the Math Scholarship Club is for Juniors
and Seniors. So far, we've learned modular arithmetic and the writing of numbers from
base 10 to another base. The latter is used in highspeed I.B.M. computing machines.
ln addition to the contemporary mathematics, we will go over questions given on for-
mer scholarship exams and study the type of mathematics given on College Entrance Ex-
aminations. lf we can accomplish this, we then feel we will have met our goal-to be
better prepared for college.
Left to Right: Betty Golonka, Sue Kemp, LeRoy
Carey, Mike Coleman, Mike Hammer, .loan Sny-
der, Sandra Jacobus. SEATED: Miss Arnold,
The Library Club endeavors to better acquaint its members with the library and its functions by enabling the student
to select books and follow the processes from selection to distribution to the student.
This process involves selection, accessioning, placement of call numbers, pockets, and date due slips. Also it involves
the selection and filling out the appropriate cards, the covering of the books and the placing of the books on the shelves
for student use.
The Pep Club trains our
cheerleaders, our band ma-
jorettes, and our color
guard. The training given
'helps the members to be-
come proficient in body co-
ordination, and aids them
materially when try outs for
the various groups men-
tioned above are held.
Many who are successful in
making the various squads
stay in the club because
they realize that the train-
ing and practice will help
them to Perform better.
Parents and teachers from Nichols, Tioga Elementary, and Tioga Central make up the membership in our P.T.A. Because we have
several population areas in our .school district, the slate of officers includes a number of vice presidents, each representing an area. Further-
more, the regular meetings are held in a rotating schedule in each of the three buildings.
The P.T.A. is not a policy making organization and does not attempt to influence the Board of Education or the administrators of our
school. P.T.A. does, however, attempt to aid in accomplishing the goals set up for the education of our youth by helping when and where
needed, and by attempting to keep its members informed about the news, trends, and attitudes in education so that both teachers and
parents will better understand the program of our school. Local people and others who are recognized for their work in education or in
related fields frequently explain and discuss pertinent topics at P.T.A. meetings.
The P.T.A. uses the various school organizations and individual student talent to help in making its meeting more attractive and enjoy-
able. The Senior Band, Senior Chorus, Dance Band, and other groups, as well as individual students have performed recently.
Though P.T.A. is not basically a fund raising organization it manages to raise enough money to grant two scholarships annually, and
to give some financial aid to other student activities. The P.T.A. also helps in grade school activities by having its members serve as room
mothers. The annual open house, which in our case occurs at three different times, allows parents and teachers to become better
acquainted, and it introduces parents to classroom activities. The P.T.A. lends financial aid and other encouragement for the procure-
ment of equipment of a peripheral nature which is deemed necessary to promote higher standards of education.
The officers of the P.T.A. for 1960-1961:
President-JANE VEST 4th V.P.-ESTHER KELSEY
lst V.P.-RICHARD PASCUZZO Sth V.P.-MADALYN ROBINSON
2nd V.P.-PATRICIA HORTON Secretary-JEAN JUDGE
3rd V.P.-HARRIET ROGERS Treasurer-WALTER MERENA
A unique feature of the secretarial practice
claw merits special notice in The Tiogan. Mem-
bers of the class gain actual experience by
helping in both the main and guidance offices.
Each of the class members is assigned to work
one period each day in one of the offices
where they do a variety of office work under
the supervision of Mrs. Colson and Mrs.
Bright. The experience is beneficial to both
our school and the clam members, for they
become acquainted with office problems and
procedure as well as aiding our regular office
Left to Right, STANDING - Charles Horton, Sandra Boring, Barbara Jacobs, Juan-
ita Crider, George Woodruff, Mr. Merena. SEATED - Linda Deming, Roberta Mer-
rill, Linda J ennings, Sharon Pipher.
PRESS CLUB l
The Press Club publishes our school news- '
paper-Tioga Highlights. Highlights is designed '
to cover news about all of the students in our
Bob Douglas has been doing a splendid job
as editor. He has initiated a number of new
features and techniques which are making
Highlights a paper which shows constant im-
Club members gain valuable experience by
experiencing the problems of publishing a news-
paper, as well as getting considerable practice
in composition, layout, and effective reporting.
Left to Right, STANDING - Steve Rich, Roy Bean, Joyce Hardman, Judy Mathew-
son, Merry Ann Van Housen, J can Rosenthal, Shirley Sherman, Martha Scott, Sharon
Judge, Ruth Jacobus. Marie Eiklor, Mary Johnson. SEATED - Mr. Merena, John
Hollister, Beverly Tholen, Antonia Golonka, Bob Douglas, Charles Freer, Sherry
Layton, Joan Snyder, Mr. Evans.
GEORGE BROWN JOAN SNYDER GEORGE EISENHART
George Brown and George Eisenhart did not garner sufficient credits to graduate in June of 1960, so they retumed this year.
To date both are doing well with George Brown being on the honor roll and George Eisenhart doing much better in all subjects.
We are happy that these students have the determination to finish high school successfully.
Joan was accepted at Oneonta State Teachers, but could not enter until January. She has been with us as a post graduate student
54 for the first semester. We wish her the best of luck and clear sailing at Oneonta.
V THE SENIOR BAND
Starting last June. after dismissal for summer vacation, the band started a vigorous and exciting program of musical activities.
Under the baton of Mr. Gary Wilcox, the band perfomied at many social functions.
To start the summer, they played at the Tioga County Fair, participated in the parade at the Van Etten Fireman's Fair, and held
an outdoor concert on the school steps.
On September 3, 1960, the Band traveled to Syracuse to compete against 45 other high school bands in the New York State Fair
High School Band Contest. Tioga was very fortunate, receiving 70 out of 100 points and falling only 8 points short of the "Top
Ten" Bands in New York State.
Two weeks after school opened, the Band participated in the Twelfth Armual Cornell Band Day at Ithaca. On Columbus Day, the
Band again participated in the Binghamton Tournament of Bands. Using funds won at the "Tournament" last year, the Band pill'-
chased hats and plumes for their uniforms.
"ln recognition for outstanding achievement and interest in instrumental music, for singular merit in loyalty and co-operation, and
for displaying generally, those high qualities of conduct which school instrumental music strives to impart, and by nomination of
fellow band members and conformation of band director and school officials . . ." The preceding is a statement of qualifications nec-
essary for the highest award given by a high school band to one of its outstanding members: The John Philip Sousa Award. Each
year at the Annual Spring Concert, the Award is presented to the Bandsman by either the Principal-or President of the Board of
Education. Another award given at this time is the National Arion Foundation Award. This is presented to a student who has shown
extraordinary musicianship, both in hand and choir.
Current Officers are '
President-THOMAS LUCIANI Treasurer-KENNETH BAXTER
Vice President-ANDREA WISWELL Pep Band Conductor-CRAIG MARKLEY
, Secretary-DONDRUE HANNA
A Student Conductor for concert work has not yet been chosen at this writing. The three finalists are:
ROBERT DOUGLAS, THOMAS LUCIANI, TERI McCOY
THE SENIOR CHORUS ACTIVITIES
The Tioga Central Chorus, under the direction of Miss Monette Martin, par-
ticipated in the New York State Spring Festival Concert in May of 1960, and received
a rating of A grade 5.
Our chorus takes part in Tioga County Vocal Association, the annual P.T.A. Christ-
mas Program, and the Spring Concert. Participation in the June Graduation exercise
is our last program of the year.
Selected members of the chorus were honored by being able to attend Sectional
All-State and All-County Vocal.
Our school's vocalists deserve recognition for the outstanding achievements of the
FIRST ROW, left to right-Valerie Ver-
gason, Tim Thomas, Ken Zorn, Koleeu
Morris, Janet Kreichbaum, Katherine
Vanderpool, Mary Ellen Dougherty,
Donna Deming, Reynord Thompson.
SECOND ROW, left to right-Bill No-
vak, Vickie McLean, Ralph Kelsey,
Lois Eiklor, Fred Lounsberry, Donald
Harris, John Robinson, Jim Keene.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Bill Briggs,
Rhonda Lounsberry, Debra Farnham,
Pat Tholen, Kathy Martin, Cindy Cole-
man, Edith Steele, Sherry Boxes.
The pre-band instrument class was established in 1960. The purpose of its organization is to introduce the different
instruments to our neophytes. They perform on their instruments, the song flute, for grade assemblies and the Spring
FIRST ROW, left to right-Chris Wil-
liams, Michael Kinney, Douglas Water-
man, Raymond O'Connell, Mark Rey-
ntltls, James Robinson, Ralph Oro ello,
Jerry Elston, Jean Hayes, Norma Dem-
ing, Carol Spencer. SECOND ROW,
left to right-Carolyn Clark, Paula Eik-
lor, Susan Moore, Sharon Zeller, Linda
Harvey, Ruthe Kowalewski. Marsha
Deming, Sandra Burns, Nancy Brown,
Barbara Dean, Carol Mclntosh, Phillip
Cobb, Dennis Campbell, Bryan Rogers.
THIRD ROW, left to right-Kathleen
Judge, Barbara Heyman, Glen Snyder,
Douglas Jones, Cleona Whitcomb, Sher-
rill Goodfellow, Frances Cransdall, Car-
olyn Smith, Martha Taylor, Richard
The Junior Chorus prepares numbers for the Christmas program and the Spring Festival. This is the basis for Miss
Martin's work in the Senior Chorus, and is the proving ground for the younger students.
Mrs. Annis is building up our String Ensemble
so that in the future we will have an orchestra.
There are others in the lower grades who are de-
veloping their music talents, and soon they will
augment this group. All of the members have sev-
eral more years of school and we look forward
to a regular orchestra in the near future.
STANDING: Mrs. Annis, Director. SEATED: Sherrill
Goodfellow, Katherine VanDusen, Betty Marchewka, Ger-
aldine Colson, Rosemarie Soly, Diana Baldwin.
FIRST ROW, left to right-Hugh
Kelly, Jim Caravello, Doug Metz.
Jim Robinson, Paul Wilson,
Debra Rider, Frances Soly, Dick
Hardman, Richard Thomas, Doug
Waterman, Jacquilee Rider, Jean
Hayes, Yuenna Moon, Betty Ian-
none. SECOND ROW, left to
right-Saleen McElwain, Lenore
Kohn, Carolyn Clark, Janice No-
vak, Sharon Zeller, Dianne Keene,
Ty Stauder, Linda Vargason, Vir-
ginia Middaugh, Charles Quick,
Eric Hottenstein, Gary Miller,
Doug Rogers, John Briggs, Mar-
tha Hunt, Ruthe Kowalewski,
Sharon Olmstead. THIRD ROW,
left to right-Susan Luciani,
Paula Twigg, Dedre Hanna, Pat
Wiswell, Linda Wells, Sandra
Thurber, Nancy Baldwin, Howard
Merrill, Dennis Miller, Frances
Crandall, Karen Morris, Wanda
Greenfield, Debra Baldwin, Jim
The band plays for assemblies, spelling bees, and prepares and presents an annual concert. Its members also partici-
pate in the pep band. Since the Junior Band performs in various programs, it is not entirely a proving ground for t.he
Senior Band. Practical experience is mixed with practice and the promising members are eventually elevated to the Senior
FIRST ROW, left to right-Val-
erie Romich, Vickie Snover, Bon-
nie Catlin, Cinda Tye, Cathy
Schults, Blanche Jannare, .Io Ann
Robinson, Betty Mosher, Jackie
Stella, Janice Pipher, Steve Klen-
otiz, Bob Hildabrand, Mike Wil-
liams, John Beers. SECOND
ROW, left to right-Eva .lane
Soly, Korla Morris, Winnifred
Graves, Carol Culver, Marilyn
Van Gelder, Connie Borden,
Shelda Walker, Melbia Catlin,
Loret.ta Dean, Sharon Grey, Carol
Snyder, Charlotte Dean, Pat
Steele, Leah Barnes, Kathy Wil-
son. THIRD ROW, left to right-
Alan Walker, Steve McElwain,
Keith Fairlie, Richard Stella, Ed
Deming, Jack Cowan, Larry Sey-
mour, Steve Keene, Bob Millage,
Al Whittemore, Jeff Baines, Mil-
ton Kemp, Doug Pierce, Paul Zy-
lich, Martin Thomas, Ron God-
frey, Ron Millage.
This group was established in 1959 as a workshop type organization. Its purpose is to give all a chance to play in a
band. It performs at one of the Spring Concerts each year.
It K The dance band is composed of a group of individuals who enjoy playing
0 C dance music. These volunteers play at the Faculty Tea and are in the process
Q of planning a dance for themselves.
Its twelve members have a repertoire of swing, jazz, and blues music. This
small group is progressive, and they look forward to a bigger and even better
dance band next year.
Left to Right, FIRST ROW - Tom Lucianna, Bob Douglas, Sandra Zeller, Beverly Tholen, Sherry Chaffee, Mary Scott,
Sharon Judge, Edgar Thurston, Teri McCoy. LAST ROW - Evered van Dusen, Charles Hollister, Dondrue Hanna, Kenneth
Baxter, Howard Terwilliger.
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T.C.S. FOOTBALL SQUAD 1960
THE 1960 FOOTBALL CAMPAIGN
The Tigers of 1960 enjoyed a very thrilling football season.
With three new teams in the Tioga County League-Ovid, Romulus, and Interlaken--all of the games were league
The Tigers made a flying start by defeating Newfield 20 to 0. In the next game Tioga defeated Van Etten for the
first time in history 32 to 6. This immediately raised the spirit of the team.
The next game was a heartbreaker for the Tigers. Ovid eked out a 21 to 20 victory over the proud Tiogans. This
proved to be the championship contest of the year.
After this loss, the Tigers were after revenge. The following week the team traveled to Interlaken and brought home a
31 to 13 victory which proved to the team that they could come back and win.
In the next contest with Romulus, star halfback Chuck Hunt was not in the lineup due to a severe leg infection.
Nevertheless, the team was still determined to win this one. In the first four minutes of the game, the Tigers lost
triple threat backfield star George Ream when he suffered a severe back injury. The Tigers lost their second game of the
campaign-18 to 13.
The next contest was against Candor. Hunt was again playing, but Ream was watching the game from the sidelines.
The team marched off the field with a 25 to 0 victory.
The season's finale was with Spencer. This game meant a second place standing for the year. The team was at full
strength with Ream back, and the Tigers were hungry for a victory. Behind 21 to 7, the Tigers fought hack with the aid
of a blocked punt by Earl Robinson and won the game 27 to 21.
Next year's team will be without Seniors-Spencer Briggs, Earl Robinson, Bob Bell, Roger Miller, and George Ream.
A number of experienced men will be back next year however. We are looking forward to a successful season in 1961
and extend best wishes to Coach Jones and Mr. Reynolds. '
TCS 20 Newfield 0 TCS 31 Interlaken 13
TCS 32 Van Etten 6 TCS 13 Romulus 18
TCS 20 Ovid 21 TCS 25 Candor 0
TCS 27 Spencer 21
Our basketball season started with a number of new players on both
the varsity and junior varsity. Coach Nimmo and Coach Jones soon
had their teams in fine playing condition, and the season has been a
successful one with few games in the lost column for the varsity. The
junior varsity, lacking experience, have not done so well, but in each
game there has been definite improvement and greater confidence with
the result of more games won.
The schedules are on page 76.
Left to Right, STANDING
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Coy, Linda Deming, Dawn
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The Tigers had a 4-3 record in baseball for the 1960 season. Four players-Earl
Robinson, Bob Bell, Tom Luciani, and Bob Cowan were picked on the All-Stars Teamg
and Bob Cowan, our catcher, was chosen to represent Tioga County at Cooperstown.
The 1961 prospects are bright since most of the 1960 team will be available and
have had the valuable experience of having played together.
TCS ........ 49 Spencer ,....... 40
TCS .....,., 54- Van Etten ,,,... 45
TCS ........ 32 Newfield ........ 60
TCS ........ 55 Candor ........ . 15
All-County at Ithaca fourth
19 Uracf 60
The 1960 track season for Tioga was a successful one.
Our track team began the season with a 49 to 40 victory over
Spencer. The second meet was held under very poor weather condi-
tions. Tioga defeated Van Etten at Van Etten by a score of 54 to 4-5.
The third meet was against a strong Newfield team at Newfield.
Tioga bowed 60 to 32. Tioga met Candor- in the 4th meet and was
easily victorious 55 to 15.
ln the All-County meet at Ithaca the Tigers came in fourth among
five teams. Poor days were experienced by many of the team mem-
Coach Bill Jones and the team were pleased with the year's record.
In 1961 the team should still be strong although the relay team
whicl1 won four of five races will have to be rebuilt. Bob Gowan and
George Ream are the only remaining members.
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JOY AUTOMATICS, INC.
You'Ih Fellowship 6:30 P.M.
Meeiing Sunday ........... 8:00 P.M.
WILLIAM F. DIMMICK 8: SON
376 Broad Sireei
WAVERLY, NEW YORK
I TIOGA CENTER
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Rev. S+anIey Van Gelder. Pasfor
I SUNDAY SERVICE-I0 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL-II:I5 A.M.
SUNDAY EVENING SERVICE-7:30 P.M.
Prayer Service Every
Wednesday af 7:30 P.M.
HARLQYZQQQDSON Everybody Welcome
SHAW 8: BALL
Complimenfs of J ' st Gan C +
SMITH ewe ryH I f en re
EQUIPMENT COMPANY Fine Diamonds and Wafches
Dealer in 3I7 Broad S+ree+
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION WAVERLYI NEW YORK
E:?U'Pg'1E:ilT Jewelry-Gills-Greeiing Cards
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N'-ZW York Records
TEL. EM 6-79Il Experi' Repair
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TIOGA COUNTY ARTIFICIAL
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Nye H-i FPBBMBH William C. Shepardson
AucI'ion Every Thursday
1' Q 1 ' Bovn A. Resseeule, owner
Phone Oswego MU 7- I 340
3 Paige Sf. Kenneih T. Weiss 567 E. Fronf S+.
Owego. N. Y. Spencer. N. Y. Owego, N. Y.
Mu 7-1472 Phone 98 Mu 7-zwo
Complimenis +0 me
D. M. HANDRICK 81 SONS
WAVERLY. NEW YORK
Class of I96I
CASTERLINE 81 DAVIS
Coal, Fel-Iilizer, Feed and Seeds
PHONE EM 6-703I
TIOGA CENTER, N. Y.
NEW CAR DEALERS
Ackley Buick, A+hens
George FraIey's, A+hens
Sayre Moior Co., Sayre
Penn-York Valley Mofors, Sayre
Walker Mofors, Waverly
Kohler Pon'I'iac, Sayre
Hench Chevrolef, Sayre
Tioga Poin+ Moior Co., A'rhens
Good Luck Io Ihe
Class of I96I
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PHONE OX 9-747I
Mon., Tues., Wed., 7:00 A.M. 'Io 6:I5 P.M
Thur.. Fri., Sai., 7:00 A.M. Io 9:00 P.M
KELLOGGIS GRILL Comp,imen+s Gull
Howard and BeHy Baker gf
NICHOLS, New YORK GRAND UNIQN mmm
Phone ox 9-7903 -:::,,,,,,, WI y
Serving Food From 8 A.M. Io I --'
We Specialize in
Chicken and Cuilels
Wes'I' Main and LiberI'y SI'reeI'
OWEGO. NEW YORK
Com pIimen+s of
NICHOLS, NEW YORK
Meeiing Every Third Monday
Nichols Old Home Day
on Labor Day
Class of I96I
Class of l96l
OWEGO, N. Y.
of WILBUR VISUAL SERVICE
BERN FURNITURE l3Q Main 5+,ee+
Phone MU 7-I680 JOHNSON CITY, NEW YORK
OWEGO- NEW YORK Audio-Visual Equipmeni'
1' INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION
Q NICHOLS, NEW YORK
Tool and Model Work
S+yIe 8: GPH Shop 'lf?E"'
78 Nor'I'I1 Ave. Owego, New York
DELICIOUS PIZZA T0 G O!
TAKE rr WITH YOU on
EAT IT HERE, EITHER
WAY rrs DELICIOUS: A M
Our School Cafeferias Serve I
VALLEY MAID I
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0,iii"fft:"5 iziusiriur MADE IN OWEGQ
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Rouamiggly T 1 to 10 moiivego
Phon' ' MU 1950" Route no Owego Good for You
Phone - MU 7-9800 I
BCR-A--I-QOL you I,,,,,,,,,,, JAMES M. wooo
I07 CenI'raI Avenue
OWEGO, NEW YORK
Machine Shop FaciIiI'ies
Owego Na+ionaI Bank Building
OWEGO. NEW YORK
"A Congenial Spoi
OMPLETE LINE OF
Youll' Like G Loi!! suuolfgcsiirlom
TIOGA ROLLER DRQME PRODUCTS ROUM I
TloeA CENTER -""-'--" Owegol New Ymk I
NEW YORK I
M. F. SMITH, Prop. DIAL MU 74630
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Compiimenfs of I l
WILLIAMS' GIFT SHOP
Unusual Giffs for AII Occasions
BARTON, N. Y.
QUEEN ELIZABETH I
Drive In Dairy Treai'
OWEGO EAST RT. I7
B O s T O N
ATLANTA JUHN N00
INDIANAPOLIS NATIONAL WHOLESALE GROCERS
SAN FRANCISCO ESTABLISHED was
LONG ISLAND CITY
REMEMBER FLOWERS ARE THE SMILE OF GOD'S GOODNESS
fe? flak. - -
SUNNY ACRES Safe., C"""'jrfdA MAA
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BETTY ancl BILL O'CONNELL
44 Cady Avenue
OX 9-7955 Nichols, New York
WARREN CENTER, PA.
NICHOLS. NEW YORK
The Family Shoe S+ore
23-25 Lake Sireei Owego. New York
Pa'I'ronize Our Aclverlisers
Bev's Beau'I'y Shop
Morgan's Shopping Cen+er
RecI's Barber Shop
LesI'er Townsend's Barber Shop
AI BaIdwin's Mobil Service
Wes'I Main SI'ree+
The Cooky Jar, I97 Main S'I'reeI'
Cooper An'I'iques, 206 Froni' S+.
CarI's Lounge Bar, I79 Main SI-.
Owego Chevron Service
Nor'Ih Ave. a'I Temple S+.
Conway's Diner, Food a+ IIs BesI',
Co+'rer's Johnson Sea Horse Moiors
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY
"Tho WnIId'u Bu! Vulbouh An Yuylnnmlh'
Farnham's Wallpaper 8: PainI'
80 NorI'h Avenue
Halsfeacls Package S+ore, II7 Nor+h
Harvey's Dress Shop, Main ai' Lake S+.
Ha+haway's Recl 81 WhiI'e Groceries
NorI'h Avenue a+ Temple SI'reeI'
Kenyon Hub S'I'ore. 5 Lake SI'ree'I
Kuhn's Grocery, 74 Aclaline S+ree'I'
Langdon's Army 8: Navy Sfore, Lake S+
LeIa's Avenue Res'Iauran+. NorI'h Ave.
Lundy's Spori' Shop, Lake S'I'ree'I'
Main SI'ree+ Shoe Service
Main Near Ceniral Avenue
Mary Lou Dress Company, FronI' S+ree'l'
Nichols FIorisI', Rouie I7C Near IBM
Owego Pennysaver, Office Froni' a'I
B. J. Paich, Lumber ancl Supplies
66 Temple S'Iree+
Pa+ronize Our Adverlisers
Public Loan Company, lnc.
Fron+ a+ Lake S+ree+
Ro+ary Gas S+a+ion, Wes+ Main S+ree+
Sco++ Smi+h 81 Son, Fuel Oil 8:
Burner Service, McMas+er S+ree+
Shumans, Nor+h Ave.
S+ephanie's Beau+y Shop, Fron+ a+
Ben Wei+sman S+ruc+ural S+eel and
Glass. W. Main S+.
Hagger+y's Appliance Cen+er
Wayland Grave's Texaco Service
R. L. Barnes, 'Builder
Alice's Wonderland, Broad S+.
Knapps' Depar+men+ S+ore, 30l Broad
Nor+h's Jewelers, Broad S+.
E. J. Payne Package S+ore
S. Schwar+z Ladies' 81 Children's Wear,
Valley Pharmacy, Broad S+.
Whea+'s Hea+ing 8: Plumbing, Inc.,
Mrs. Florence Bell Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ka+chuk
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bill Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L'Hommedie
Mr. and Mr.. Sp .nce r Briggs Mr. and Mr.. Leland M. Hoifensiesn Tiggq
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J. Brigh+ Mrs. Helen McQueen
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meade
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Chris+o++ Mr. and Mrs. Wal+er Merena
Mrs. E++a Dence Miss Joyce Meyermann
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Pa+ Miller
Mr. Ar+l1ur Engelberi' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pascuzzo
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