Tonawanda High School - Tonawandan Yearbook (Tonawanda, NY)

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'FL :Ili X rm: thu l -H lb 'hlgiitqi C yy: X vip- L , I HY hi kxlgw JI if EX LIBRISI HERE IS THB MIGHTY AIRACOBRA A GALLANT BIRD POISBD FOR FLIGHT READY TO WING ITS WAY THROUGH PERILOUS HOURS AS IT STANDS SILHOUETTED AGAINST THE DARKENING HEAVENS IT DEFIES AMERICAS FOES IT IS A HURTLING TORPEDO, STANDING GUARD OVER OUR DEMOCRACY r 1 w 9 . i l ffm TUNAVVA N DAN THE SENISSR was TON!-RWANDA HIGH SCHOOL Wie i944 7 A' l, l jul. i 3 it .Y 4 1 R if: " , r g ,. fp. V ,-I A e I ld . . K, e r i - rg Haj i J I , 1+ ' i fl T: ft . v' . .l 1 . ,Alfa 'V ,Z V. Q '35 K hi! I K .I w , cw 1 i.. Qiffgti . i , . 1- S I T gl. AY',g 41' r ,ga ve . Y V QA il-2 A: 2, ' l qt, m n VV ,fy V - z,,3"'f' l- ',2.Q-.xlll W- Aft if 'il i xx x Gigi, -5' ' if' W J! ,,! VJ w iv ,T ' I, I ,UL H '1 '-441. . 1.2 M ,Q fl' H911 fr 5.61-',,, , 31-if r f " 1 .A-' i 4 :rd-U Kr 1' V' ' - W". ' ' T ', ' ' , A 1 ' "Y 5- , 'Pl 1 :ly ff . ug ' , .libel if I Q .4 A5i'i,f"V',,i1 l ' V ,Ig ,lt 4A N wkfl l JH' lilly? l - 5 3,152 , - ,a',f4H 1. Vi 1 fl?" I Q3 W' "f ,' 1 L at f i Fu LI 0 .1 F 3,4 S v' ..-if .,- 4 1. it vi ' , I' J..-' -' vv- , ,' 5 . 1 ,f N ' 1 1-ff- -. 1 l' r 1 . ' .1 r A I --fi ,. .- - i 1 V. Ima alter Like Niagards speeding waters Sweeping to the sea, May thy many sons and daughters Glory bring to Thee. Whether in the mimic conflict From our hearts the chorus cometh Of athletic field, Sourudeth far and nigh, Or in later life's stern battles Hail to thee our Alma Mater May they never yield. Tornawarida High. gut, if 1 l 1, F-OREWORD all TWO and onefhalf years have passed since that fateful Sunday morning when death and horror stalked a peaceful Hawaiian skygj' The .busy years have flown by, taking with them busy hoursyhouiis which Americans have worked and struggled all over the earth.. The 'hours have flown by in foxholes, inside Pf'39's, on assembly lines, aboard the giants of the ocean waves, and in schoolrooms. ' ' I V Yes, they have flown by in schoolrooms, too, and these' school hours have been equally vital for the preservation of freedom. - These precious, last hours in our halls of learning, we proudly and humbly dedicate to our brave classmates who are even now striving to keep the hours flying for the America of tomorrow. - 'CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN x I ACTIVITIES I SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS ADIVIINISTR TION FLYING HOURS IN ADMINISTRATION-IRREf PLACEABLE HOURS IN AN AGE WHEN WE ALL REALIZE THE.PART TI-PAT EDUCATION PLAYS IN A' DEMOCRACY. THE STUDENTS- OF TODAY ARE THB CITIZENS OF TOMORROW. THEREFORE, THE FATE OF OUR NATION LIES IN THE'HANDS OF ITS EDU-CATORS. YOUR HOURS ARE WELL-SPENT, AMERICAN EDU' CATORS. SUPERINTENDENT I PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOLS ROSWELL F. CLUKEY MR- JAMES H- GREEN University of Buffalo, B.S. Colgate University, B.S. University of Rochester, M.A. If K R I BOARD OF EDUCATION Top Row: Dr. Dan S. Bellinger, Mr. Fred W. Brumm, Jr., Mr. Joseph P. Burns. Bottom Row: Mr. Frank E. Edin, Mr. Seward H. Millener, Mrs. Rosetta. Rose. f I A I K , i I ,Q I rw I M X i 1 Miss Mrs. Mrs. MARGARET BUCK, B.A., B.S. in Library University of Buffalo English I, II LILLIAN DICKSON, B.A. Grove City College English Department Head English III, IV MARY SMITH, B.A. University of Colorado English III, IV Spanish I, II Miss WINNIERED BELLINGER, Mrs. Miss A.B. Wells College Math Department Head Plane, Solid Geometry Int. Algebra Spherical Trigonometry- HELEN O. ROCKETT Buffalo State Teachers College Algebra General Mathematics EVA BACON Buffalo State Teachers College General Mathematics Plane Geometry Vg, Miss FRANCES HEFFERNAN B.A., M.A. D'Touville College Niagara University English I, II Miss JEAN WEBER, B.A. University of Buffalo English II, III Miss HILDA HEEFE-RNAN, B.A., M.A. D"Youville College Niagara University English I, IIg Latin III, IV Mrs. CLARA FILSINGER, A.B. Syracuse University Social Studies Mr. STUART TU-CK, A.B. University of Buffalo Social Studies General Science Mrs. ANTOINETTE. HARMON, B.A. University of Bufalo Social Studies Miss Miss Miss HILDA HEFFERNAN, B.A., M.A. D"Y'ou11ille College Niagara University English I,'IIg Latin III, IV CECELIA MAJOR, A.B. West Maryland College Foreign Language Dept. Head Latin I, II IRMA BAGDY, B.A. University of Buffalo Middlebury College French I, Hg Civicsg Ec. Cit. Mrs. Miss Miss A A MAY WILDER Buffalo State Teachers College Social Studies RUTH SEAMAN Geneseo State Librarian VIOLA RUMBOLD, B.A. Wells College Social Studies Dept. Head Social Studies 11 Mrs. Mr. Miss MARIE KELLER, B.A., M.A. Elmira College Cornell University General Science, Health HOLLIS TODD, B.A., M.A. in Ed. Cornell University Science Department Head Physics, Biology Aeronautics, Health MILDRED WICKES, B.A,, M.A. Park .College Columbia University Chemistry, General Science "SW Mrs. Miss Miss TINELLA RICE, B.C.A. Plattsburg Normal State Teachers College Int. To Business Bookkeeping I, II Business Arithmetic Salesmanship BETTY SULLIVAN, B.S. Nazareth College Shorthand I, II Secretarial Practice SARAH SEAGER Creneseo State Representation I, II, III, IV, V Design I, II, III Mrs. Miss Mr. ANNE NEASMITH Plattsburg Normal College Typewriting BERNICE HOPKINS, B.S., M.S. Albany S.'1'.C. Syracuse University Commercial Dept., Acting Head. Int. To Business Business Arithmetic ROBERT H. LLOYD, A.B University of Michigan University of Buffalo Business Law Business Management ,K WALTER ROSE, B.S, in Ed. Syracuse University Phvsical Education JOHN PILATO, B.S. in Ed. Fredonia State Normal College Conductor of Music CHRISTIAN TUSSING Springfield Swimming, Football Coach Clemson College Print Shop CLIFFORD TAYLOR B S Alfred University Mechanical Drawing Auto Shop WILL WRIGHT Buffalo State Teachers College Wood Shop MELROSE FRANKLIN B.S. in Ed. Buffalo State Teachers College Home Economics A, B LOIS BRADLEY, Bs., M.s Syracuse University Homemaking A, D Home Economics BEATRICE MQPHILMY Cortland Physical Education ERNEST SPRINGER, B S MILDRED, RUTH AND HOLLIS THREE-FOURTI-IS OF THE LLOYDS OUR OFFICE STAFF J. ' Q V V X ..1,....fC.4 - '- AN EFFICIENT STENOG THE PRINCESS H. ""'2 SIZNIURS 12 4 1 L 3 ., X ??,Q3i'f'gs3 W f4' XQW J FLYING HOURS IN THE SENIOR HO.MEROOM- THESE HOURS CHALLENGED YOU. SENIORS OF THE CLASS OF 1944, TO MAKE THE MOST OF THE FEW SCANT HOURS THAT REMAINED TO YOU AS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. IN THE YEARS TO COME YOU HAVE A TASK BEFORE YOU WHICH WILL REQUIRE THE UTMOST IN SKILL AND COURAGE. KEEP FAITH WITH YOUR FIGHTING CLASSMATES TO WHOM WE HAVE DEDICATED THIS BOOK. 'K SENIOR CLASS mmf! , OFFICERS and ADVISERS J' JACK GATKE President is 7 MARILYN SOLDWISCH' JAMES METZGER ' JEANNE. BURFORD Vice President Treasurer Secretary MRS. PILSINGER MR. TUCK MRS, RUCKEZFF-R A v, -1 L4-:VJ vw IRQ, OUR CLASS POEM REMEMBERING The teasing we endured as Freshmen, The greenness of just being new, Our rise to becoming a Sophomore Made all our dreams come true. The glory of being a junior, ' Prominent, smart and well-known, The May Dance and MovingfUp Day, Tears that were not shed alone. Our Senior year of power, The Senior Play and the Prom, Then Regents and Graduation, Baccalaureate Day, tranquil and calm. Days that we'll always remember, Memories which will never die, Thoughts of our Alma Mater, Tonawanda High. Melva Grawe OUR CLASS SONG Tune: "Till We Meet Again." We the Seniors have to say goodbye, Alma Mater, Tonawanda High. Teachers, friends, and classmates too, Studies, fun, we bid adieu. In later years if we should go astray, What we've learned will guide us on our way So with a sigh, we say goodbye, Till we meet again. Melva Grawe LOIS ALLAN "Loie" . . . long, luscious, brunette hair . . . a genius with the paint brush , . . always breathless trying to beat the bell . . , naive sweetness . . . ROBERT BACON Takes life just as it is . . . bashful . . . seen but not heard . . . is I LGA BALOG ' Demure sophistication . . . serious, but enjoys a good joke...neatasapin... foreign language is her forte . . . 5, , . Y A I - Iv A l H ' A Q.j-.,'., ri ' 'I' 1 , L, , in ' f? I" . 1- , .' ' .'.:f :ff I5 .SAWt.1ssAwf"' T' GORDON ALLEN "Gordie" . . . an able merman . . . although he looks shy, his friends can tell you otherwise . . . plays a hard game of football . . . i , r GERALD BAGDY A studious worker and a dependable friend . . . ambitious . . . Gerald will go places . . . 'E -ft ' il- f . , 11. I F V .s' ll?" -1 1 1 . Wgl h V " ' , ' if' .Q'1a4r'.-231' f" xi ISABELLE BAROUDI Music virtuoso . . . likes to tickle the ivories . . . gay personality . . . a wel-l-liked basketball player . . . -.-1-,-.- , i DOROTHY ANDERSON Sparkling smile . . . one of our mermaids . . . Skate' land patron . . . unfailing sense of humor . . . e HERBERT BAILEY Has loads of "sax appeal" . . . the uhailffellow-well' met-sort" . . .has the football urge . . . -,1' MARION BLISS Blissfully she strides along . . . agile in the field of sports . . . has hosts of friends . . . is gobs of fun . . . Ee5jrqf'7"n'f---- "'- - GEORGE BACON Sits and thinks and some' times just sits . . . never gets excited , . . a good man to know . . . THERESA 'BALLING "Tess" . . . ambition plus . . . she holds down two jobs . . . fun-loving D personality . . . prospective nurse . . . 'happy-go' luckyl' . . . Q7 FLORENCE BOWMAN "Flossie" , . . ne'er a care in the world . . . nice combination of hazel eyes and blonde hair . . . favorite expression: "Au Revoir" . . . 19 1 DOUGLAS BRAWLEY ALBERT BRODY A smile for every boy and "Dag" . . . a gridiron great two for every girl , . . a gay Lothario . . .-Smooth on the dance floor . . . member of the Honor Society for two years . . . MARIORIE BURNS "Marge" . . . N.H,S. vicefpresident . . . magnetic personality . . . captivating smile . . . all-round athlete . . . a leader in her class . . . capable ass't editor of the "Tonawandan" . . . YI 5 CONSTANCE CHALMERS "Izzie" . . . a congenial sense of humor . . . simply ga'ga over aquatics . . . domestic nature . . . 20 . . . poison to athletic foes . . ,warm personality . . . Marine Corps private , . . ' ELAINE BUSCH Two years at T.H.S .... sincere . .. helpful , . . a shy smile for everyone . . . FOSTER CRISSEY Capable manager of swimming team . . . president of band . . . born musician . . . a good friend . . . really loads of fun . . . known as "Foss" to his pals . . . 1 1 ice., Nw. .mi .4 ALICE BRUSH l'Brushie" . . . athletic . . . tops in basketball . . . always ready to laugh with you . . .strictly U.S.N. , .. w 1 I I r 4 . I l RUTH BUSH A genuine personality . . . tall and dark with an attractive featherfcut . . . one of those girls who win everyone's respect . . . r I , v ',....,.,,.,, RUTH CRITTENDEN "Ruthie" . . . attractive , . . competent . . . has one of the cutest smiles we've seen in many a moon . , . "' sf -H. 1' , Q " I .t - J 1 . x JEANNE 'BURFORD Now we see why gent prefer blondes . . . definitely a "cover girl . "leon" takes notes for the Senior Class . . . an angel who wants to be an angel of mercy . . . P i CLAIROSE CARROLL "Rosie" . . . daring and full of life . . . . .twinkling eyes . . . anything to be different . . HANNELORE I A tall, charming young lady with a cheery smile . . . has the dancing . . . one of our working girls . . . MARIANNE DANKERS Radiant smile . . . likeable disposition . . . loads of fun . . . rather quiet until you get to know her . . . Yfhound every Tuesday . . . l I is, HENRY DIEDRICH "Hank" . . . indifferent, or just sleepy? . . . never gets excited . . . slow but sure . . . "I will do my best" . . i 1 l E l V EORGE EBERLB "Zombie" . . . looks like a man from "Esquire" . . . dry sense of humor . . . aquatic hero . . . captain of the football team . . . now he is doing calisthenics for the best team there is- The U.S.N .... BETTY DAVIS Lives up to her namein acting . . . quite reticent . . . a good listener . . . sweet personality . . . always has a smile . IOSEPHINE DONATO "'Io" . . . long, dark hair . , . gay smile. . . full of "Old Nick" . . . a smooth dancer . . . JEAN BDIN Reserved humor . . . "the first of all virtues is innocenceg the next is modesty" . . . quiet smile . . . . ' -1 JEAN DEVLIN Talkative . . . gay, . charming young lady . . . enjoys athletics . . . especially basketball . . . HARRY DORN "Hot Dog" . . , longrand lanky . . . member of the "Luncheonette Loungers" . . Q ne'era worry in the world . . . a likeable fellow . . . JAMES FUELS Active member of T.H.S. band for the greater part' of his four years . . . ardent bowling fan . . . personality all his own . . . , , JEAN DICK Needs a speedometer to gauge her speech . . . lovable good nature . . . perpetually giggling . . . "Dickie" is a whiz with the needle . . . LUCILLE DUBUC Loves to talk . . .is anxious to please . . . wedding bells are her choice . . . cool, calm eil-iciency should make Lucille a success . . . ,L Q., l :lf X- 4' 14 , WE nf ' I I -5 if .N 5 'ft 'L wir- A 5 f rig., ' 'rg' j ., l I - 4 -I sg2i.,i. f 4 M VI EAST , ' 'iirntf' J 4 I , J A ' ' r- 1 J-iefaiwf -We 1::.s::f42'sk . g ' , -,, af-:f:4.v,rS:6v5" "JK: ,I 1 ,fur WAYNE FORDYCE A lad from the "Island" . . . clabbles in drawing . a jolly good fellow . . . 21 MARY FORTMAN Quiet, softfvoiced . . . alternately seen at Murphy's or in Miss McPhilmy's oflice . . . likes badminton and volleyball . . . ' CHARLES GORSS N.H.S .... "Einstein" of T.H.S .... at home in chem. lab . . . outstanding in scholarship . . . equally well-liked by both students and teachers . . . amiable and friendly . . . we'll hear more of "Charlie" . A w 1 I y rV,, CAROLYN GREEN Gift of gab . . . pleasant blue eyes . . . remembered as our baton twirler . . . wonders why men don't grow taller . . . 2? JOHN GATKE "Jack" . . . happyfgof lucky . . . popular with one and all . . . capable . . . favorite expression: "Hey, Mac" . . . brimming over with clever humor . . WILLIAM GOUGH "Bill" . . . an earnest fellow who gets the most out of school . . . quiet . . . efficient . . . he worries least about girls . . . EUNICE GREIL "Eunie" . . . wiry .an ace athlete . . . at home in the gym . . . works part time . . . manftailored actions and clothes . . . i W mi i s wx .': If af bi wif " V' ' f::'.-.i:rf,s5s- 1 -, ml s WILLIAM GEBERA Dark, heavy-set . . . an enthusiastic halfback on the Red and White gridiron . . . his I.Q. is way up . . . A ANN GRAF A sports-minded lassie . , . mixes outside work in with her school activities . . . "Annie" is topswith her pals . . . JANET GRIESER "Jan" . . . N.H.S. for 2 years . . . sportsdover . . . a gal who gets things done . . . has an original sense of humor. . . LYLE GIPP Stop, look, and listen when Lyle scoots around in that jalopy of his . . . a good fellow . . . hangs around Nep's . . .we wonder why? . . . MELVA GRAWE "Mel" . . . N.H.S. . . . a mixture of Betty Hutton, Katherine Cornell, and a typically wacky American school girl . . . a first rate cheerleader . . . GERALDINE GROBE "Gerry" . . . an enthusiastic cheerleader . . . attractive . . . already trying her hand in business . . . i 4 it Tis!! r .,,1-f , ,rx T' J. .. Mig All ALLENE GUTZKA Four-year member of orchestra and chorus . . . "Al" looks forward to secretarial work . . . intelligent . . . capable . . . her spare time is spent at Hamp's . . . 3 M . 44 14:3-. , . I "- Q i i 'rf 1' I va , I . i-fi: f fa 'J .n1'.l,,q,,i, f, tg' 1 H: -'uf-r:'I'k .N -1 '23R"1..ifJ . ,-' LAVERNE I. HARDY Bashful . . . a right guy . . . always has a come' back . . . he'll get somewhere . . . CHARLES HEYLMUN N.H.S .... "Charlie" . . . high'spirited . . . "I agree with no man's opinions- I have my own" . . . besides brains he has a wealth of personality . . . 1-Qs. JOAN GUZZETTA "Guz" . . .N.H.S. . . . cute and little with enormous, expressive brown eyes . . . sweet girl with a sweet personality . . . outstanding in scholarship . . . MARION, HARMON She's a grand girl . . . efficient . . . another prospective Florence Nightingale . . . as merry as the day is long . . . DORIS HICKS "Hixie"V . . . take her with a grain of salt . . . jolly . . . a basketball star . . . allfout for everything cooking in T.H.S .... , r , ANNA HALM Sunny . . . nice to know . . . diligent . . . "a quiet young maid with quiet, young ways" . . . PEARL HEDRICI-I Four years of chorus and band to her credit . . . has chosen music as a career . . . has a knack for cooking . . . ,r ' l Ajt :Lg :cu -Q.: ,f fl V w - i - I ff:a'agHaigLPg:?fe -Typ.. WILLIAM HOFERT Fun lover and practical joker . . . size 12 shoe . . . explosive good nature . . senior play football hero . . . "Hof" is welcome' anywhere . . . LAVERNE .H. HARDY N.H.S. treasurer . . . genial personality . . . boys' intrafmural basket' ball champ . . . whiz kid at math . . . burns the midnight Mazda . . , MARY LOUISE HELF "Malou" . . . excitable, did you ever hear her talk? . . . sincere and dependable . . . veritable sunbeam . . . active in gym . . . VIOLA HOLESKO "Duchess" . . . attractive hair . . . burns the midnight oil reading books . . . quiet sense of humor . . . seems reserved most of the time, but is she? . . . 23 X l i ,. I BETTY HOPKINS Subdued friendliness . . . conscientious student . . . unobtrusive personality . . . sincerity at all costs . . . ARDYTH HULTMAN "Ardy" . . . petite, sweet, and typically Swedish . . . Afl sense of humor . . . a good sport . . .her motto: "the way to have a friend is to be one" . . . MARILYN. JOYCE Friendly . . . understand' ing and appreciative . . . meet her, and I'm sure she will please . . . 1 ri H A 3 I ALBERT HOSMBR "Hes" . . . the original "Pepsi-Cola Kidf' . . . flash on the basketball court . favorite of the "gals" . . . humorous . . . friendly personality . . . MARILYN HUTCHISON "Hutch" . . . comely . . . witty . . . talented actress . . . a southern belle in the senior play . . . vt HI THOMAS HIOWARD BLANCHE HUDSON Quiet humor . smooth dancer... . good student . . . gridiron and b.b. player . . . boy with ambition . . . One of our talented songstresses . . . blonde hair that is the envy of all . . . busy with Girl Reserves, basketball, and "Tonawandan" business- staff . . . KATHRYN IBBOTSON HELEN JAMES "Kay" . . . sweet simplicity . . . usher at the local cinema . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . curly- haired and winsome . , . Conscientious . . . a good sport . . . helpful worker . . . active basketball player . . . LORRAINE IUNG KATHERINE KELLER CHARLES KBYES Brownfhaired . . . a cute "Katy" . . . gay . . . droll smile . , . easily made to sense of humor . . . "a laugh . . . merry as the sunny temper that gilds day is long . . . an the blackest'cloud" . . . allfround girl . 1 . she sings in the chorus . . . "Charlie" . . .buzzes around in a convertible . . he'll never get gray from worry . . . femmes are his favorite sport . . . a good fellow . . . keen sense of humor . . . sparkling smile . . . our nurse's rightfhand gal . . a Grand Island miss . . . LOIS KINGSTON Winningly Winsome . . dependable . . . lives yonder on the Island . , . kind of lass who wins your heart . . . KOEPSEL BERNICE KOSTER "Kep" . . . spirited cheer- Trim . . . efficient . . . leader . . . versatile . . . vivacious . . . determined . . . all-round athlete . . . carries a lead in the senior play... . . .Zeff's busy ee . . . service with a smile . . . Marines are her ish . . . well-poised . . . "Dear Sir: a super stenog" . . . KRAUSS NORMAN - KRUPP "Norm" . . . mad about football . . . full of clever cracks . . . a personable fellow . . . pastime: dating blondes . . . E , ,. 5 GENEVIEVE KOCH "jenny" . . . a sweet soft voice . . . friendly eyes. . . a pleasant personality . . . a lovely girl . . . a future nurse . . . JAMES KOVATCHI A serious-minded fellow . . . appreciates school--. . . loyal and helpful . . . Jim is bound to win . , . LOIS KUHN S - Ready for fun . , . salty with a trace of pepper in her personality . . . mad about sports . . . oh! that irrepressible'laugh . . . I l 1 l V, up .4 Y, LF ' i f 3. ' T :Ll-V+ 'V' ll r n. f ' 'N f f ,aiu-,fp Hn .7 1: ."51iaLe7-5-,-Elie:-' 1' JOSEPH' KOCSIS ."Ioe" . . . rather reserved . . . quiz kid at history . . . a pleasant fellow . . . never without a smile . . . X i Wg, F , l I ' Q l i A Y ' 5 -i' . Vik ,eg ' U SHERWOOD KRAMER Ablond playboy . . . ambitious . . . definitely a smoothie . . . we like to hear him laugh . . . HAROLD KUNTZ "Kunnie" . . . fun to know. . . captivating brown eyes . . . curly hair . . . a lot of personality . . . tops in basketball . . . liked by everyone . . . ' 25 REGINALD LAMBERT "Reg" . . . trombone' trooper . . . unconsciously suave . . . determined on A the basketball court . . . ' fascinating accent . . . a twinkle in his'eye and an irresistible smile to match . . . CHARLES LUCSOK Tall, dark, and handsome . . . a hard worker . . . quiet? . . . no, positively not . . . MADALYN MAY Diminutive . . . mitey, but mighty . . . "sugar 'n spice 'll everything nice" , . . lzs MATILDA LASKY Beautiful sloppy'joes . . laughing brown eyes.. . . double shuffle expertx . .i "Tillie" dreams of cadet nursing . . . AXJA MARY LUDWIG "Lucl" . . . where there's life, therefs Ludwig" . . . tall . . . talks with her hands . . . a perpetual gleam in her hazel eyes . . RICHARD MCBRIDB Popular president of the "T" club . . . prominent backstroke swimmer . . . one riot of fun . . . serious, or personality Plus, as the situation demands . . . A ,ky-i -- if J JEAN LEWIN Fairfhaired . . . blue eyes .. . ready for fun . .. popular with fellows and gals . . .loves to dance . . . JACK MAHL Tall and lanky . . . nice personality , . . winning smile . . . staunch band member . . . a 'good fellow to know . . . JEAN METZ Sparkling brown eyes.. . . bubbling laugh . . . easy going . . . lightehearted . . . yy lm- sg , .f u rj, exe?" r RUSSELL LITTLE Has a crew cut . . . swims like a ish . . . is happiest when in the pool . . . an o.k. lad . . . r l l DESTA MARTIN "Dusty" . . . agile . . . full of vim, vigor and vitality . . . friendly . . . expert in the Held of athletics . . . has a host of friends . . . , leaf wrt' Q i ,1 JAMES METZGER "jim" . . . the boy with the "Pepsodent appeal" . . . an allfround fellow with an enviable athletic record . . . high mogul of the National Honor Society . . . stands guard over the Senior Class Treasury . . . ROBERT MEYER JOYCE MILLER "Butts" . . . blushes like mad . . . is a practical joker . . . a ndevilfmay- care" type . . , RUTH NEAMAN Sincere and sweet . . perfectionist with oaints . talent used.to advantage in yearbook art work . '. . needs no urging . . . she goes ahead and does her work well . . . PENBERTHY and slim . . . serious' minded . . . industrious worker . . . cooperative .. . . . . . sincerely sincere" . . . One of T.H,S.'s popular gals . . . a diligent worker . . . full of fun and deviltry . . . always willing to help . . , a smile with a meaning . . . OHN OBERKIRCHER "Jack" . . . cheerleader from the Island . . . loves to talk and does . . . full of quips and cracks . . . fun to be with... a brainy lad . . . 1 .r-.. 1 r ' . ' , 3 1 Y 4, Q I J as Y V+ ,I , 1 ., , . 1i I it 19: if 'il' 3 ii?Y2?5iifQi'5, J I I IFE? Li' "gif LF DOROTHY PHILLIPS The right ingredients of brains and sweet beauty . . .a Grand Islander who works in Buffalo . . . bound to be a success . . . vice' president of Grand Island Service Club . . . F- ,. , Y, ,Y. Y. DANIEL MISNER "Dan" . . . a determined, ambitious lad . . . progressive . . . he'll argue with anyone at anytime . . hunting"s'a favorite with him . . . RICHARD O'CONNOR "Dick'f . , . typical Irish- man , . . talented actor . enjoys life . . . clever imitator . . . he believes in life, liberty, and the pursuit of women . . . SALLY POTTS "San" . . . cutest little pug nose.. . peppy . . . up and coming secretary . . . giggles like mad . . . VV 1 JJQW. r ', " ' 'A 'fl 351-dfi' Q 'V 1 :1-1 1,-1-1 ROBERT MOREY "Bob" . . . lives and loves a steady diet of tubes, batteries, and a blonde . . . little but mighty . . . gets around, and bow . . . KATHLEEN O'HAGAN "Deb" . . . sophisticated Irish beauty . . . journal' istic talent . . . N.H.S. member for two years . . . sparkling personality . . . witty . . . big boss of the "Tonawandan" . . . on the beam "Bridget" . . . LOUISE PRICE "Priceless" . . . N.I'I.S. . . . roguish smile . . . the girl you like to know . . . bubbling personality . . . competent leader . . . outstanding in character . 27 V SHERWOOD RAE VERNA RAFFEL Nonchalant . . . dilident . . . he has a jolly laugh and a jolly good nature . . . member of Civil Air Patrol . . . Accomplished on the ball bearings . lives out Amherst way . . . 'iVariety' is the spice of life" . . . seg rig., . vh' ' w , f' E".L'3"A-.'.,'-L" 'x .Ai-T 511.875 , CLAYTON REMMELE GISELE REMUS A gleam in his eye with a grin to match . . . talkative . . . always willing to help . .' . likes to roller skate . . . AUDREY ROCKENBROCK A sure cure forthe blues . . . "green eyes with their soft light" . . , bantering sense of humor . . . Businesslike . . . independent . . . letter writing is her favorite pastime . . . "Gise" helps out as student librarian . . SHIRLEY ROCKWELL "Rocky" . . . nothing else to do, so let's go crazy . . dry and subtle humor . . . reddish 'blonde hair . . . competent secretary . . . BETTY REBMANN Cool, calm, and collected . . . serene smile . . . charm- ing and unassuming . . . WILLIAM RIOKETTS "Willie" . . .being witty is his favorite sport . . . a riot anywhere . . . does good school work when not too busy otherwise . . . deadeye with a basketball . . . MARION ROSS "Ross" . . . tall, dark' haired, happy-goducky . . finds her fun in the gym, especially on the basket' 'ball court . . . a busy little bee with absorbing outside work . . . MILDRED REGENER "The best ship is friend' ship" . . .has a sweet unobtrusive way . . . is a good sport . . . a working woman from way'back , . . SHIRLEY ROBINS "Robinsk" . . , knows every popular song . . . her original expressionsand in-fectious smile travel like wildfire . . . a good scout is "Robinsk" . . . ARTHUR RUMBLES "Art" . . . the Casanova type . . . loves to sleep, eat and go with women . . . a, devilish twinkle in his eye . . . soon to be a bird- man . . . JAMES SCHIMMINGER "Schim" , . . N.H.S. . . . clever, competent, and casual . . . "Schim" has the will, and he finds the way... MARILYN SOLDWISCH "Mare" . . . N.H.S. . . . a,lady'in the truest sense of the word . . . our ideal . . . the hluest eyes in T.H.S. . . . assists the class president . . . RICHARD SEQUIN "Dick" is good natured . . . doesn't know what the word gloomy means . . . active football player and swimmer . . . much sought- after male . . . DORIS STAHL Reticent . . . zealous and modest . . . sweet and smiling . right nice kid . . . ETTY STENZEL VALERIE STEVES Serene . . . has a sweet shyness . . . always ready to smile with you . . . the industrious type . . . "Val" . . . little, energetic, full of fun . . . born with a paint brush in her hand . . . Val is one of those indispensable people who make the world go round . 3 AUDRY SMITH Vivacious . . . companion- able . . .' the girl with the pretty eyes . . . "And" has our vote . . . . ...fi A- L 'Q V l l . 4 is - W In f '- WALTER STAHL .Believeth he: "Silence is Golden" . . . likes to.study . . . intramural basketball star . . . a nice fellow . . . ui ':- A , " .' M A L. 2- "i "-1 gl, I It 1 i-It V ip r 'tj 33.15 V. rl Wk .Q fx r ' 'xg ,Q y' 3. . '- .fe ' ,'ij'5: -X. Q- its'-1 'li " , f ,.. .se 1 '- I . ,Q. ug. ,gig-'slag jp i ,ff , l, 12 ,J.,' ,2P9':. - ,i ' 11, ,, ir. f -1 1 ' 2: 'E,i'if'f,!j I, 3' izlkg, I'-' if . :Fi-A N .FEW ' ' ' - -15" mzhui., Y K - -- ,QM 1. i-L' , -I ,givin . S pl ss. ,ptgggrg W fi "Y-5'i'1?E'l"f'i ,J-gfggggsiilgl Q 2 "t':ajA-, DEAN STOBERL Agile diver . . . our foot' ball manager . . . laughs easily . . . little, but mighty . . .-who likes tall fellows anyway? . . . EDITH SMITH "Smitty" . . .sparkling brown eyes-. personality plusf. . . very athletic . . . can't sit still when the music plays . . . connoisseur of double shuiile . . . FRANCES STAWITZKY "'Fran" to those who know her . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . industrious: . . outstanding in sports, especially swimming. . . BETTY IANE STONE Sweet, neat, and so petite . . . a pleasing smile . . . unassuming , . . takes life as it is . . . 29 BETTY STRYKER Companionable . . . friendly smile . . . hair a la Veronica Lake . . . a popular gal . . . ERNEST VOISINET Ever-ready wit . . . big brown eyes . . . a very like- able person . . . wherever Ernie goes: "Mischief, thou art afoot" . . . Qi,-1 . . BETTY WOLF Eilicient . . . loyal L . . lovely to look ,at . , . delightful to know . . . areally competent worker . . . 30 NORMA STUEWE An ideal girl and friend . . . winningly winsome ...a country lass . . , GRACE WALTER Mi? MARY TETTER Delightful and penetrating charm . . . easily made to laugh . . . has a gay, winning smile . . . MARGARET WELCH Service . . . leadership . . . Elfin, with twinkling eyes scholarship . . . personality . . . pleasantly conscientious . . . there you have Grace . . . it's a treat to watch . . . keeps the N.H.S. books Maggie dance . . . in order . . . aiftimsgl ' ll ii iilffi MARIAN YENSAN ALIVLA ZIEHM Petite, dark-haired, Stately . . . reserved . . . sparkling eyes . . . vivid secretarial ability is smile . . . correctly summed undoubtedly a future asset up in one term, "cute" . . . . . . pleasant to know . . . ri 3 DUANE TOWNSEND Football demon . . . a mania for broken boncs . . . Superman fan . . . prospective member of the Army Air Corps . . . postwar athletic coach . . . al! PATRICIA WHITE "Her smile is the sweetest that was ever seen . . . cute dimples . . .. always has something funny to say . . . a really sweet disposition . . . PETER GRONWALL "Pete" . . . star bowler . business man type . . . travels on lakes during summer . . . DONALD CHALMERS Pvt. Chalmers, U.S.A. . a diligent student . . . likeable chap . . . handy with a camera . . . ADDITIONAL SENIORS FRED NEUMANN "Skip" . . . all-out for football and intramural basketball . . . dry, subtle wit...agrandpal... IRVING POWER A gridiron enthusiast . . . nothing bothers him . . . lives and laughs . . . "HAIL AND FAREWELL" EUGENE SCHASEL The man with the car . . . full of the devil . . . genial . . . popular with the gals . . . a country guy, but he gets around . . . AS the date on the calendar looms towards that eventful night of june 27, the 148 of us in Room 206 are beginning to look fondly back at all the good.times we have had together during our four years' stay in T. H. S. From that memorable day on Septem' ber 3, 1940, when we were just another bunch of green Freshmen, we have been "joinerfuppers" in our beloved Alma Mater. Our last hilarious year began with a bang when we elected ,lack Gatke as our "boss", supported by "Mare" Soldwisch as his assistant, Jeanne Burford as secretary, and Jim Metzger as t1'CHSL1r6r. WC Were fortunate, indeed, in that we had Mr. Tuck and Mrs. Filsinger as our helpful and understanding advisers. We girls will especially remember Mrs. Filsingefs patience as she untiringly begged us for our absence ex' cuses. A quick glance at our treasury showed us that same needed replenishing. With Doug Brawley as our business manager and Mrs. Rockett as our financial adviser, we went to work on a successful magazine sale. Our traditional candy sale had to be eli-mf inated though, because of the various war shortages. The sports scene in T. H. S. naturally boasted stars from the Senior Homeroom with a large turnout of fourth year men making a fine showing in football, basketball, swimming and intramural sports. A highlight on our calendar this year was the War Bond Drive, with a dozen or more of our patriotic gang busy collecting for the drive. On the whole it was a hurrying, scurrying year with a large percentage of the class working on the "Tonawandan", the Senior Play, and the banner, ring, and prom committees. Therefore, it is with heavy hearts that we approach MovingfUpfDay, Bac' calaureate, Commencement, and the finish of our high school careers. The hours have flown too fast for all of us, but we shall take the memory of these hours with us as we step forward to answer today's challenge. 31 ACTIVITIES LOIS ALLAN-Junior Classical League 4: Dramatic Club Z, 3, 4: Music Club, 1, 2, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Science Club 3: Bowling Club 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Softball 3, 4: Table Tennis 3, 4: Badminton 3, 49 Swimming 4: Komment Staff 1: Yearbook Stal? 4: Senior Name Card Committee 4: Senior Play Committee 4. GORDON ALLEN-Football 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, Q: Captain 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: T Club 3, 4: Tumbling Club 4: Boxing Club 4. DOROTHY ANDERSON-Basketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Swimming 1,'2: Booster Club 1: Baseball 1, 2. GEORGE BACON ROBERT BACON GERALD BAGDY-Bowling Club 4: Orchestra I, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Civil Air Patrol: Photography Club 4. HERBERT BAILEY-Football 3, 4: Bowling Club 3, 4: Science Club 3: Chess Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Chorus 1: Senior Play 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Archery Club 2, 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: Dancing Club 2: Ton Teen Art Com- mittee 4 5 Water Polo 3, 4: Senior Prom Committee 4. THERESA BALLING-Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Manager 3, Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Badminton 1, Z, 3, 4: Table Tennis 1, 2, 3: Shuffleboard 1: Softball 1, 2: Bowling Club 3': Dancing Club 1: journalistic Club 1: Komment Staff 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Letter Club 3: First Aid 3: Speaking Contest 1': Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3 4: Senior Ring Committee 33 Senior Play Committee 4: Yyear- book Staff 4. , OLGA BALOG-Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Basketball 1, Manager 2: Shuileboard Tournament 1: Candy Sale 4: Girl Reserves 3. ' ISABELLE BAROUDI-Basketball 1, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1: Baseball 1, 2. ' MARION BLISS-Girl 'Reserves 1, 2, 3', President 2, 3: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4:,Volleybal1 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3: Badminton 4: Booster Club 2: Dancing Club lg Bowling C1ug2. FLORENCE BOWMAN-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: asketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Classical League 4: Senior Ring Committee 4: Business Stal? of Yearbook 4: Booster Club 2: Senior Play Committee 4. DOUGLAS BRAWLEYL-National Honor Society 3, 4: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, Z: Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Basketball 4: Tennis 1, 2: Chess Club 1, 2: Swimming Manager 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: War Bond Committee Chairman 4: Magazine Sale Business Manager 4: Senior Play 4: T Club 3, 4: Victory Corps 3: Yearbook Staff 3, 4. ALBERT BRODY-Football 3', 4: Swimming Manager 2: T Club E, ?f:4Victo11y Corps 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Yearbook ta . . ALICE BRUSH-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 3, 4: Volley- ball 1', 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Booster Club 2: Dancing Club 1. IEANNE BURFORD-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1: Basketball 1: Booster Club 1, 2: Science Club 2, 3: Junior- Classical League 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 1, 2: Dancing Club 2: Secretary of Senior Class' 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Komment Staff 1, 2: Journalistic Club 1: Senior Prom Committee 4: Senior Play Committee 4. MARIORIE BURNS-National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4: Iunior Classical League 2, 3, 4: Treasurer of Junior Class 3: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3': Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 4: Swimming' 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, Qi, 4: President 3,- Girl Reserve Conference 3, Interclub Council 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Komment Stal? 1, 2: Associate Editor of Yearbook 4: Spanish Club 3: Table Tennis 2, 3, 4: Secre- tary of Athletic Association 4: Girls' Letter Club 3: Ton Teen Director 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Senior Play Reporter 4. ELAINE BUSCH . RUTH BUSH'-Girl Reserves 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Baseball 1. CLAIRE CARROLL-Cheerleader 1, 2, 4: Student Council 2: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Bowling Club 4: Volleyball 1, 2 43 Soccer 4: Baseball 1: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Swimming 1: Director of Ton -Teen Club 4: Badminton 2, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Cap and Gown Committee 4: Booster Club 1, 2: Senior Play Com- mittee 4. V CONSTANCE CHALMERS-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Swimming 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. DONALD CHALMERS-Music Club 2: Chess Club 2: Chorus l. FOSTER CRISSEY-Band l, 2, 3', 4, Secreiary 2, Vice Presl- dent 3, President 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: Bowling Club 3': Chess Club 1, 2: Victory Corps 3: Music Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2: Swimming 1. 2: Manager 3, 4: Track 2: T Club 4: Lifesaving 3, 4: NYSSMA 2, 3, 4: Music Ensembles 1, 2, 3: Senior Prom Committee 4: Senior Pla? Committee fl. RUTH CRITTENDEN-Basketball I: Voleyball 1: Girl Re- serves 1: Dancing Club 1. HANNELORE DANKERS-Girl Reserves 1, 3: Volleyball 1, 2: Booster Club 3. MARIANNE DANKERS--Basketball 1, 2: Booster Club 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Q, Secretary 3: Baseball 1. 1 ' BETTY DAVIS-Dramatic Cluh 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Swimming Team Manager 2, 3': Booster'Club 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Shuffle- board 2: Senior -Prom Committee 4: Senior Play Committee 4. JEAN DEVLIN-Volleyball 1, 2: Basketball Z: Varsity 2, 33 Baseball 1. h JEAN DICK-Junior Classical League 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Booster .Club 1, 2, 3: Bowling Club 1, 2, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 4, Captain 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Captain 4, Varsity 4: Badminton 1, 2, 3, 45 Table Tennis 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserve Conference 2: Chairman Sepior.Play Property Committee 4: Tennis 1, 2: Baseball 2: Swimming 1, 4: Jour- nalistic Club 1: Senior Prom Committee 4. 1 HENRY DIEDRICH-Band 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2: BOW11I1iCi.Llb fi1J:nVictory Corps 3: Banner Committee 4: Intramural asket- a 3. IOSEPHINE DONATO HARRY DORN-Chess Club 2: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Band 2. LUCILLE DUBUC-Lfasketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3': Bad- minton 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2: French Club 2, 3. GEORGE EBERLE-Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Swimming 1, 2, .35 Track 2, 3: T Club 3, 4: President Junior Class. JEAN EDIN JAMES FOELS-Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Victory Corps 3: Bowling Club 3: Senior Ring Committee 4: Ton Teen Art Committee 4. VVAYNE FORDYCE-Rifle Club 2: Swimming 4, MARY FORTMAN-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Bad- minton 2: Booster Club 3: Volleyball 1, 2: JACK GATKE-Band 1: Basketball 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 1, 22 Dramatic Club 2, 4: Football 2: Magazine Sale Business Mgr. 4: Senior Play 4: Intramural Volleyball 3': Tennis Club 2: Ton Teen Committee 4: Victory Corps 3: Prom Committee 4: War Bond Committee 4: President of Senior Class. WILLIAM GEBERA-Football 2, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Science Club 2: Band l. LYLE GIPP-Bowling Club 1, 2: RiHe Club 1, 2: Chess Club 2: Track 2, 3, CHARLES GORSS-National Honor Society 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Orchestra 3: Science Club 2, 3: Jr. Classical League 2, 3, 4: Code Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play Committee 4. WILLIAM GOUGH-Swimming 2: Football 3, 4: Track 2: Intramural Basketball 3: Lifesaving 4: Senior Play Commit- tee 4.. ANN GRAF-Bowling Club 1: Swimming l, 2, 3: Volleyball l, 2, 3 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 2, -3'. 4: -Shuffleboard 3: Table Tennis 3. I MELVA GRAWE-National Honor Society 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 4: Booster Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Interclub Council 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 4, Manager 4: Orchestra l, 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Music Club 1, 2,' 3: Yearbook .Staff 4: Senior Play 4: Magazine Sale 4: Cap and Gown Com- mittee 4: Library Assistant 2: Dancing Club 1: Senior Prolm Committee. CAROLYN GREEN-Majorettc 1, 2, 3. EUNICE GREIL-Bowling Club 1: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Varsity 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3, 4. JANET GRIESER-National Honor Sonic? 3, 4: gunior Classi- cal League 3, 4: Bowling Club 1, 2: asketbal 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3', 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Table Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Youth War Council 4: Music Club 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2: Booster Club 3: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Science Club 2, 3, Sec:-etary 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Magazine Sale 1, 2, 3: Candy Sale 4: Banner Committee 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Senior Play Committee 4. GERALDINE GROBE--Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball .1, 2, 3, Captain 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2: Gxrl Reserves 3, 4: Badminton 1, 2. 1 PETER lGRONWAI.L-Bowling Club 2, 3', 4: Rille Club 1. ALLENE GUTZKA-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Music Club 2: French Club 4. . JOAN GUZZETTA-National Honor Sociegy 4: Badminton 2,.3, 4: Magazine Sale 1, 2, 3: Dramatic lub 2, 3, 4: Humor Classical League 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Spanish C nb 3: Orchestra 1: Choir 1, 2: Science Club 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play Cast 4: Booster Club 2, 3: Cheerleader 3. ANNA HALM-Nowresident. LAVERNE H. HARDY-National Honor Society 4, Treasurer 4: Science Club 2: Chess Club 1, Z: Chorus 1: Magazine Sale Committee 4: Senior Play Committee and Cast 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3', 4. l LA VERNE I. HARDY-Orchestra l, 2, 3: Chorus 2: Semor Prom Committee 4. MARION HARMON-Basketball 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1. PEARL HEDRTCH--Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1: Music Club 1, 2, 3: Treasurer 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Junior Classical League 4: Band 4. MARY LOU HELF-Basketball 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3, 4: Volley- ball 3, 4: Bowling 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3: Girl Rcservzes 2 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Booster Club 2. 3': Junior Classical League 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Tnterclub Council 2: Candy Sale 4: CHARLES HEYLMUM-National Honor Society 4: Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Science Club 2: Victory Corps 3: Football 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Play Cast 4: Yearbook Stal? 4: Dramatic Club 4.. DORIS HICKS--'Basketball 1, 2, 3', 4. Varsity 4, Captain 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4: Badminton 3, 4: Bowling Club 1, 2, 3,.1l: Baseball 3: Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4, President 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Booster Club 1. 2, 3': SCICDFC Club 2: Table Tennis 2, 4: Junior Classical League.-1: Girl Reserves Conference 4: Interclub Council 1, 2: Dancing Club 1: Candv Sale 4. WILLIAM HOFERT-Vice President of Freshman Class: Sci- ence Cluh 2, 3: Chess Club 2: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Pl? 4: .Victory Corps 3: Cap and Gown Committee 4: Student ouncll 1, 2: Tum- bling Club 4: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. VIOLA HOLESKO-Bowling Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3: Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity 4, Manager 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3, 4: Table Tennis 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3', 4: Interclub Council Vice President 3: Yearbook Staff 4. BETTY HOPKINS-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: MlISiC CHIP 2: French Club 3, 4: Iudior Classical League 3, 4: Bowling Club 1: Library Assistant 1. ' ALBERT HOSMER-Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, 3: Football 3: Bas- ketball 4: T Club 4. THOMAS HOWARD-Football 3, 4: Basketball 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Senior Play 4. N BLANCHE HUDSON-Booster Club 2, 3: Chorus 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 11, 2, 3', 4: Yearbook Sgaff 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 4: Iumor Classical League 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Magazine Sale 4: Semor Play Committee. ARDYTH HULTMAN-Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2,13: Table Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 3: Bowling Club Z: Swim- ming 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish 'Club 32 Pfamailfl Club 4: Booster Club 1, 2: Interclub Council 4: Senior Play Committee 4. MARILYN HUTCHISON-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Volley- ball 1: Basketball 1, Manager 2: Komment Staff 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3' 4: Library Assistant 2: Dancing Club Z: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Plaly Cast 4. KATHRYN IB OTSON-Badminton 3, 4: Basketball 4: Volley- ball 2: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4: Bowling Club 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Candy Sale 4: Senior Play Committee. HELEN JAMES-Basketball 1, 2, 4, Varsity 4: Volleyball 3 4: Badminton 3, 4: Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Shorlus 1: Booster Club 3: Girl Reserves 3: Candy Sale 4 'ir o ta : e. 1 ok S if 4. MQFIDLYNZ JOYCID-Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 3': Booster 1 . 1 i LORRAINE JUNG-Baseball 1, 2: Bowling Club 1: Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 4. s KASTISERINE KELLER-Basketball 1: Softball 1, 2: Bowling u l, 2. CHARLES KEYES-Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. NAN KILLIAN-Library Assistant 1, 2: Nurse Assistant 4. LOIS KINGSTON-Non-resident. GENEVIEVE KOCH-Bowling Club 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3. LOSEPH KOCSIS-Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Victor! Corps 3. UTH KOEPSEL-Dramatic Club 3, 4: Booster Clu 1', 2, 3: Junior Classical League 2, 3 4: Science Club 2, 3': Girl Re- serves 3, 4: French Club 3: Bowling Club 1: Girls' Letter Club 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Badminton 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Softball 1, 2, 3, Varsity 3: Swimming 1, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4: Junior Lifesaving 3': Cheerleader 2, 3, -4, Varsity 3 4: Candg Sale 4: Speaking Contest 3: Senior Play Cast 4: Yearbook taff 4. BERNICE KOSTER-+Science Club 1: French Club 4: Dancing Club 1: Bowling Club 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1: Booster Club l. JAMES KOVATCH SHERWOOD KRAMER-Swimming 4: Rifle Club 2. PHYLLIS KRAUS-Bowlin Club 1, 2, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Booster Club 1, 2, 3. NORMAN KRUPP-Football 2, 3, 4: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Chamlgion Bowler 3: Intramural Softball 2. LOIS UI-INS-Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Lifesav- ing 3': Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Photography Club 1: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: 'Girls' Letter Club 2: Dancing Club 2: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, HAROLD KUNTZ-Basketball 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3. REGINALD LAMBERT-Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Chorus 3: Basketball 4: Intramural Basketball 3: French Club 3, 4, Vice President 4: Music Club 3: NYSSMA 3: Senior Play Committee 4: Banner Committee 4: Senior Prom Committee. MATILDA' LASKY-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3', 4: Bowling Club 3: Basketball 4: Volleyball 4: Junior Classical League 4: Year- book'Staff 4: Cap and Gown Committee 4-: Candy Sale 4: Dancing Club 1: Senior Play Committee 4. JEAN LEWIN-Basketball Manager 4: Badminton 4: Girl Re- serves 4: Booster Club 3: Candy Sale 4: Senior Play Com- mi ee . RIJQSSEIZL LITTLE-Chess Club 1: Rifle Club 2: Swimming cam . CHARLES LUCSOK-Victory Corps 3: Bowling Club 4. MARY LUDVVIG-flunior Classical Lea e 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Science Climb 2, 3: Girls' Letter Club 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Magazine Sale 3, 4: Kom- ment Staff 1: Yearbook Staff 4: Library Assistant 2: Booster Club 1, 2: Badminton 2, 3, 4: Lifesaving 3: Swimming 2, 3', 4: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: Banner Committee 4. JACK MAHL-Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Ride Club 1: Bowlin Club 3: Victogy Cows 3: Banner Committee 4: Music Ensemqvles 1, 2L DESDA MA TIN-Swimming 3: Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Softball 3: Soccer 4: Badminton 3, 4: Table Tennis 3, 4: Bowling Club 3, 4. MADALYN MAY-Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3': Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2. RICHARD McBRIDE-President of Freshman Class: Football Manager 1, 2, 3: 'Junior Classical League 3: T Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: President of Junior Class: Rifle Club 3: Presi- gentf gf Sophomore Class: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook ta . JEAN METZ-Chorus 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2. JAMES METZGER-National I-Ionor Society 4, President 4: Football 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T Club 3, 4, Secrctarg 4: Treasurer of Senior Class: Senior Play 4: Yearbook Sta 3, 4: Director of Ton Teen Club 4: Junior Classical League 3, 4, Vice President 4: Tennis Team 1, 2: Senior Prom Committee. ROBERT MEYER-Football 2, 3', 4. JOYCE MILLER-Dramatic Club 1: Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1. 2: Girl Reserves 1. DANIEL MISNER-Badminton 1. 3, 4: Senior Prom Committee. ROBERT MOREY-Rifle Club 1, 2: Bowling Club 3: Science Club 2, 3: Football 4: Intramural Volleybal 4: Senior Prom Committee. FRED NEUMANN-Football 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Hockey Club 2: Track 3 4. RUTH NEAMAN-Basketball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 4: Science Club 3: Dramatic Club 4: Chorus 2, 4: Tracing Class 4: Girl Reserves 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Archery 3: Table Tennis 2, 3: Swimming 4: Senior Pl-ay Committee: Ton Teen Art Staff 4: Senior Prom Com- mittee. JOHN OBERKIRCHER-Cheerleader 4: Chorus 3': Band 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. RICHARD O'CONNOR-Football 3, 4: T Club 4: Senior Play 4: Ton Teen Club Committee 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3', 4: Rifle Club 1, 2: Yearbook Business Manager 4: Intramural Bas- ketball 1. 2, 3. KATHLEEN O'I-IAGAN - Senior Play Committee: National Honor Society 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Classical League 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Komment Staff 2: Tonawandan 3, 4: Editor-in-Chief 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Co-ed Com- mittee 4: Senior Plaly Cast 4: T. H. S. Notes 3: Booster Club 3: Volleyball 1: Bas etball 2, 4: Badminton 2, 3', 4 Candy Sale 4: Tennis 2: Library Assistant 2. JEAN PENBERTHY . DOROTHY PHILLIPS-Band Z, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Junior Classical League 2, 3. SALLY POTTS-Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Dancing Club 2: Year- book Staff 4: Table Tennis 2: Senior Play Committee 4: Ton Teen Committee 4: Candy Sale 4: Magazine Sale 4. IRVING POWER-Football 2, 3. LOUISE PRICE-National Honor Society 4: Sglanish Club 3: Junior Classical League 2, 3, 4, President 4: irl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Basketball 1, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Music Club 3: Chorus 3: Dancing Club 2: Cap and Gown Committee 4: Senior Play Promoter 4: Candy Sale 4: Interclub Council 4: Girl Re- serves Conference 4: Senior Prom Committee. SHERWOOD RAE-Football 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Badminton 2, 3, 4: Victory Corps 3: Civil Air Patrol. VERNA RAFFEL-Non-resident. BETTY REBMANN-Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. MEITDJRQED REGENER-Basketball 1, 2, 3: Volleyball 1: Booster u . CLAYTON REMMELE-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Archery Club 2, 3: Victory Corps 3: Senior Play 4. GISELA REMUS--Dramatic Club 1: Swimming Team 4: Stu- dent Librarian 4. WILLIAM RICKETTS-Band 1, 2: Basketball 2, 3', 4: Chess 4Club 1, 2: Football 2: Ton Teen Committee 4: Intramural Volleyball 3, 4: T Club 3, 4: Victory Corps 3: War Bond Committee 4: Magazine Sale 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Cap and Gown Committee 4. l SHIRLEY ROBINS-Bowling 2, 3: Badminton 3: Dramatic Club 1, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Banner Com- mittee 4: Candy Sale 4: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Dancing Club 1. AUDREY ROCKENBROCK-Orchestra 1: Chorus 1: Bowling Club 1: Tennis 1: Booster Club 1, 3. I SHIRLEY ROCKWELL-Booster Club 1, 2, 3: Badminton 3: Basketball Manager 4: Dramatic Club 4: Banner Committee 4: Candy Sale 4: Bowling Club 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3f, 4, Sec- retary 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Chorus 1: Dancing Club 1: Senior Play Committee: Senior Prom Committee. MARION ROSS-Booster Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4: Captain 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2, 4: Softball 1, 2: Maga- zine Sale 1, 2: Dramatic Club 1: Table Tennis 1, 2. ART RUMBLES-Tennis 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 2: Football 2: Civil Air Patrol. EUGENE SCHASEL-Non-resident. JAMES SCHMINGER-National Honor Society 4: Rifle Club 1, 2: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Magazine Sale 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Intramural Basketball 4: Senior Prom Committee. 4 . RICHARD SEQUIN--Football 3, 4: Rifle Club 1, Z: Bowling Club 3: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3', 4: Senior Play 4: Ton Teen Club Committee 4: Swimming 4. AUDREY SMITH-Basketball 1', 2, 3, 4: Softball 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Vice President 2, President 3: Interclub Council 1: Senior Play Committee. EDITH SMITH--Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Conference 3, 4: Interclub Council 3, 4, President' 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, Manager 4: Table Tennis 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 3: Badminton Z, 3': Bowling Club 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Girls' Letter Club 3: Danc- ing Club 1: Candy Sale 4: Magazine Sale 4: Senior-Play Committee 4: Ton Teen Committee 4. MARILYN SOLDWTSCH - National Honor Society 4, Vice President of Senior Class: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4: Badminton 3, 4: Dra- matic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3: Girls' Letter Club 3: Youth War Council 4: Swimming 2, 3': Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 3: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Vice President of Junior Class: Senior Play Committee: Senior Prom Committee. DORIS STAHL-Volleyball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Badminton 2: Baseball 1:1Girl Reserves 1', 2, 3: Student Council 1. WALTER STAI-IL-Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2, 3. FRANCES STAWITZKY-Swimming 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1. 2: Baseball 2, 3: Girl Reserves 2. BETTY STENZEL-Basketball 1. VALERIE STEVES-Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3 President 4: Dancing Club 1: Booster Club 1, 2: S anish Club 3': Basketball 2, 4: Volleyball 1, 3: Softball 2: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Play Committee: Senior Prom .Com- mittee 4. DEAN STOBURL-Football Manager 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4:. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2: T .Club '4: Bowling' Club 3: Rifle Club 1, 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Lifesaving 2: Banner Committee 4: Volleyball 3, 4. BETTY STONE--Girl Reserves 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Softball 4: Table Tennis 4: Senior Prom Committee. BETTY STRYKER-Booster Club 1, 2: Bowling Club 1, 2: Photography Club,1': Girl Reserves 1, 2: Senior Prom Com- mittee. NORMA STUEWE-Non-resident. MARY TETTER-Basketball 1, 2: Volleyball 1, 2: Junior Class- ical League 2: Girl Reserves 3: Booster Club 1. DUANE TOWNSEND-Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2: T Club 253, 4: Intramural Basketball 2. 3. ERNEST VOISINET-French Club 3, 4: Junior Classical League 3, 4: Band 3': Orchestra 3. GRACE WALTER-National Honor Society 4, Secretary 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Booster Club: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Candy Sale 4: Magazine Sale 4: Office Assistant 4: Senior Play Committee. MARGARET WELCH-Girl Reserves 2: Basketball 1, 2: Bad- minton 2, 3. PATRICIA W'I-IITE -Non-resident. BETTY WOLF-Music Club 1, 2: Basketball 1. - MARIAN YENSAN-Non-resident. ALMA ZIEHM-Non-resident. Sam Bucur Marsha11C11 U.s.N. 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"" I JACK GATKE CLAY BAIL TON EK BU' REMMEQEHQZERT DI M ' C K E WA UIN RUTH KOEPSEL, JIM METZGER, DICK O'CONNOR, JOAN GUZZETTA RUTH NEAMAN, VAL STEVES, JEAN DICK, LAVERNE. HARDY, CHARLES GORSS DQU If DEB13 IE CHA M Mif1I5I?I'YN HUT 38 CHISON CAN. CHARL xUNljE??iqZggMEN 4 FLYING HOURS IN CLASSROOMS-THESE ARE THE. HOURS FOR WHICH WE BUILT OUR SCHOOLS, HOURS IN WHICH YOUNG MINDS ARE DEVELOPED AND HORIZON S ARE BROADENED. SCHOOLS ARE INTEGRAL PARTS OF A FREE COUNTRY WHERE FREE MEN MAY SPEAK, WORSHIP, AND VOTE AS THEY PLEASE. LET US CHERISH THE HOURS WE SPEND IN THEM, FOR THERE IS SO LITTLE TIME. CLASS OFFICERS Peter Rangos, Shirley Long, Marguerite Keeley and Ralph Phipps. pf 7 h X 1 xi V P- XY45 ' WE"1'HE CLASS OF '45 CLASS ADVISERS Mrs. Neasmith and Mr. 'Lloyd JUNIOR LIST Abraham, Betty Abraham, Richard Aleksich, Rose Ames, Leah Ahskin, Marvin Bacon, William Bailey, Audrey Balling, John Baroudi, Louis Belling, Florence Belling, Leona Bentz, Barbara Benzino, Lois Bidell, Frederick Bingaman, Pauline Bradley, Elizabeth Braun, Marilyn Brettle, Helen, Bridge, Betty Brock, Alberta Brockway, William Burton, Beatrice Camp, Dolores Chase, Douglas DeSimone, Virginia Dickinson, Janice Dieclricli, Mildred Diedricb, Richard Doebler, Ann D'Orazio, Virginia Eggleston, Russell French, Carol Fuller, Fern N Garlapo, Raymond 1 Gebliardt, Harold - George, Virginia Green, Mary Green, Winfield Greenman. Gloria Hammond, Edith Hartley, Elizabeth Hay, Marilyn Helwig, Lois Henderson, Ruth Higgins, Frances Hoelperl, Marianne Husband, Lois Hy, Eugene Jacobs, Virginia James, Marion Jedele, Alice Jenneve, Dolores Jerge, Margaret Jordon, Neil Kartyas, Esther Keeley, Marguerite Kibler, Beverly Killian, Phillip La Fleur, Lois La Rusch, William Lautz, John Lcverenz, Carl Levi, Janice Lockman, Philip Loman, James Long, Charles 'Long, Shirley Lorenz, Robert Lovell, Frances Lynch, Alice McCarthy, Alan McIntosh, Jean WE'RE ALMOST THERE! THINGS have been humming in Room 111 since the class of '45 took over. With the asf sistance of their class advisers, Mrs. Neasmith and Mr. Lloyd, they organized and elected the following officers: Peter Rangos, president, Shirley Long, vice presidentg Marge Keeley, secretary, and Ralph Phipps, treasurer. Under the guidance of these vvellfchosen leaders, the class soon became prominent in every field of endeavor. First to obtain recogf nition were Lois Tiedman, Lois Benzino, and Phyllis Sarkovics, who ledthe cheers from the sidelines as their classmates brought fame to T. H. S. on the gridiron, in the pool, and on the basketball court. Worthy of note were Carl Leverenz and Bob Washington in foot' ballg "Pork" Westra, Jim Keleher, and "Choo kie" Wolf in basketball: and Alan McCarthy and "Yutch" Hy, cofcaptains of the swim' ming team. The Junior girls also took part in basketball, swimming, badminton, and volley' ball. The Junior activities were not limited to sports alone, however. They were represented .L Miller, Joanne Miller, Michael Moran, Leonore Muck, Betty 1 Novotny, Marie Nowark, Lois Olmstead, Marilyn W O'Sl1aughncssy, Alan Pagels, Sandra Phipps, Ralph Pickard, Marvin Pickard, William Plant, Carl Poeller, Neil Potts, Barclay Power, Joyce Primeau, Dan Radtke, Myra Ranges, Peter l Rech, Ferne Richert, Jean Rosokoif, Dexter Russell, Ralph Sarkovics, Phyllis Schad, Dorothy Schgmidt, Shirley Schreiber, John Schultz, Phyllis Schwinger, June Sinicropi, Joseph Smilinich, Helen Smith. Robert Snodgrass, Norman Sonnen, Paul Stevens, Marion Sweet, Robert in almost every school organization. A few outstanding members of the class were con- sidered eligible for the National Honor So' ciety. Others were active in the Dramatic Club, French Club, Junior Classical League, Bowling Club, Girl Reserves, band, chorus, and orchestra. The Junior girls also sold pop at the basketball games. Potential ability for the year book staff was found in Joel Rosokofi, Bob Sweet, Mildred Diedrich, Lois Benzino, Doug Chase, and Bar' Taylor, John Thompson, Gloria Thorpe, Jean Tiedman, Lois Tripp, Doris Urban, George Varley, Harvey Wagner, Charles Walter, Elmer Walter, Norman Walters, Helen Waltman, Dorothy Warner, Jean Washington, Roberi Waterstrat, Richard Westra, Richard Wolf, Charles Wulf, Richard- Yianilos, Nicholas Yockey, Carol Zettel, Barbara Zettel, Nancy Additional Juniors C-lara Bastien, Marilyn Behrens, Mary Berndt, Anna Brimm, Walter Curtis, James Keleher, Jack Mxsner Gerald O'Connor, Raymond Reinbolt, Joel Rosokoif Donald Seaver, Pearl Shepard, Robert Wangler. bara Bentz who assisted the Seniors in putting out the '44 edition of the "Tonawandan". The class gave two dances in the course of the year. The first was experimental for the purpose of instigating a better quality of dances. The second was the traditional May dance -and proved to be a tremendous success. With these and other achievements, the class completed a busy, profitable year and are eagerly awaiting their Senior year when they will go on to even greater heights. THEY LEFT TO SERVE Q :sr -Q 5' - U13 LL LOVE KEEPS THEM WARM! 1 U ,Nm FLEETS IN A1086 GSX GB? QW .XAGTKHE CLASS OFFICERS ,46 David Lozo and Thomas Vxfalker HALFWAT UP FLASH! Class of '46 elects Dave Lozo as president and Tom Walker, vicefpresident. We Sophomores were so energetic that we attained recognif tion i-n most of the activities in T. H. S. this year. Toting the football for us and our Alma Mater were Presif dent Lozo, Scott, Klinger, Niland, Doyle, Streer, and Weber. Manager "Horse" Olsen was also a great asset to the team. In basketball Dave Lozo brought glory to himself as high scorer on the Varsity. "Buck" Scott and "Mike" Niland were outstanding Varsity members also, while Torn Walker, Frank Zellner, Gerald Sidell, Norbert Burngasser, Fred Klinger, and Duane Runyan were claimed by the "B" squad. In the pool 'Harry Vigrass, Keith McBride, and "Pete" Kania upheld the honor of our Varsity mermen. The fellows were spurred on to victory by those lively cheerf leaders Mary Reid, Catie Kokanovich, Ruthie Williams, and Don Hadden. Don't think the Sophomore lasses just 'twi-ddled their thumbs' They went 'all out' for soccer, volleyball, basketball, badminton, swimming, and softball, bringing 'praises to ourclass. Ready, willing, and enthusiastic, the Sophs were represented in almost every club-the Dramatic Club being a favorite with the girls. After a rousing year of activity, we Sophornores are looking forward to an even better junior year. We find that the days of our high school li-fe are the days of our glory. F' 5 ? 3' it ,Y , ll p SOPHOMORE LIST Abraham, Martha Ackerman, Mary Allan. Winifred Alliger, Frank Anderson, Andrew Baillie, Eleanor- Barbas, Richard Banas, Delores Beaver, Gordon Bellinger, Kenneth Benton, Thomas Beringer, Phillip Berndt, Eilene Bernhardt, Albert Biehler, Mary Jean Boehnke, Evelyn Boehnke, Eugene Bradley, Robert Brand, Stuart Braun, Richard Britt, Lorraine Buckeye, William Bundy, Frederick Burngasser, Norbert Burt, Jean Bylenok, Anita Carter, Harry Chalmers, Doris Clark, Gloria Cook, Jean Cramer, Pauline Crawley, Louise Darrow, Jean Devlin, ,Mary Lou Dietrich, Calvin Dietrich, Sue Dolpp, Othel Doyle, Arthur Drake, Marjorie Elliot, Pearl Enzinna, Frances Erwel, Mary Jane Erwel, Olive Fix, George Francis, Donna Fritzke, Bernhardt Gademsky, Calvin Gallegher, Catherine Garlock, Jeanette Gearhart, Iennie George, William Gipp, Janet Golde, Leona Goodman, Roger Graham, Robert Greeman, Lyle Grohe, Marvin Gross, Julia Hadden, Donald Hahn, Delores AI-Ialliwill, Maxine Harmon, Doris Hedrich, Charles Heim, Lloyd Heli, Roy Helwig, Elizabeth Hendler, Gloria Hewitt, Audrey Hilferding, Rosemary Hillman, Marion Hills, Gordon Holler, Eugene Holler, Imelda Holtz, Robert Hudson, Henry Huff, Doris Hurst, Louis Hy, Lillian Jacobi, Henrietta Jacobs, Nellie Jamietes, Arlene Johns, Jeannine Ioyce, Clement Kania, Vernon Kanaek, Walter Kartyas, Gloria Keller, Charlotte Klinger, Frederick Klinger, Ioan Klinger, Richard Knab, Eugene Kokanovich, Katherine Korte, Robert Koster, Eugene Kramer, Lucille Kuhrt, Doris Lett, Gene Liedtke, Vernon Lockman, Robert Lozo, David Lucas, Joseph Lyons, Marion MacDonald, Margaret Malmk, Eugene Martin,- Lois Mast, Mary Lou May, Bessie 'McBride, Keith McCoy, Mary Ellen McDaniel, Harold McLellan, Robert Miller, Helen Miller, Merle Monaghan, Rosaline Monkelbaan, Agnes Muck, Delores Mueller, James Nepokroeff, Victoria Neumann, Gaylord Neumann, Glen - Newell, Glenn Niland, James Noras, Rita Nottingham, James Olsen, Richard O'Neil, Mary Panmentier, Edward Paul, Julia Peresie, Esther Peters, Daryle Place, Margaret Plant, Norma Jean Potts, James Power, Alan Rech, Fred Reid, Elizabeth Rhodes, Sherwood Richell, Fred Roach, Wayne Robillard, George Robins, Edwin Rockenbrock, Shirley Rose, Alice Roy, Donald Rumbles, Barbara Rumbold, Ellen Runyan, Duane Sanderson, Raymond Schlueter, Phyllis Scott, Shirley Scott, Winfield Sidell, Gerald Simson, Calvin Simson, Robert Simonds, Addie Sisson, J ohn Smith, Betty Smith, Katherine Smith, Teresa Snyder, Wayne Solomon, Sue Stahl, Ray Stanton, Gordon Streer, Gustave Streer, Joseph Streeter, Lois Strehlow, Marilyn Stryker, Kennard Stumpf, Joanne Sutter, Milton Swisher, Gerald Tack, Beverly Teeter, Ruth Ann Thomas, Dorothy Thomsen, Genevieve Tiebor, Roland Townsend, Joy Trautman, Betty Trayford, Gloria Trayford, Shirley Treat, James Ulrich, John Van Hise, Marion Vigrass, Harry Volker, Joyce Walker, Thomas Walter, George Wangler, Richard Webbe, Bette Weber, Richard Westra, Shirley Whipple, Bernice White, Barbara Whitefield, Juliana Will, Charles Williams, Ruth Wolfe, Valiere Woods, Le Roy Young, Franklin Zellner, Frank ADDITIONAL SOPHOMQRES Harold Allan, Anna Brimm, Gordon Childs, Robert Consier, Dolores Corkum, Russell Dans, Helen Doalt, Elmer Garrison, Helen Howland, Sarah Jefferies, Timothy Moriarity, Donald Newman, Elizabeth Olden- burg, Mary Reid, Edward Ross, Pauline Schrouder, Joan Sullivan, Robert Lomm, Mary Lou Yeager, Marion Zastrow. SPM' 1 PN . STR 4 ICT D Bryan LY BIG.-I-IME N5 THE CLOCK WAS SLOW f 1 IG' 1 GOOD HOUSEKEBPING CAREFUL, MIKE! MR. FIXIT V HOLD IT! CLASS OFFICERS William Dischinger and Gus Streer THE CLASS CF '47 WE'RE ON OUR WAT WITH great zest and zeal the class of '47 began its career in T. H. S. The class initiated a hectic year by choosing Bill Dischinger as its president with Gus Streer assisting him in the vicefpresidency. I The "small fry'i' proved that they have what it takes by doing a splendid job in the War Bond and Red Cross drives. Our gym, pool, and gridiron found many enthusiasts among the Freshmen while Dick Larkin carried the banner for his class on the "B" cheering squad. In dramatics too, the Frosh excelled, with several members of their group taking part in various Dramatic Club programs. The Freshman gals represented their class i-n sports, clubs, and in Girl Reserves. All in all, it was a busy year in the Hrst year class. Keep your eye on these promising underclassmen. . - FRESHMAN LIST Ball, Juanita Barabas, Julia Bashor, Dorothy Beattie, Barbara Bell, Willard A Bentz, Margaret Benzino, Betty Bidell, Paul Biugaman, Mary Ellen, Boulden, Robert Breintenbach, Norma Briggs, Shirley Brooks, Peggy Brooks. Margaret Brown, LeRoy Bruns, Virginia Brush, Robert Buckeye, Marilyn Burgher, Claude Burgler, Richard Burgler, Roger Burngasser, Eileen Bush, Stuart Butters, Betty Butters, Orwvin Christy, Richard Copeland, Richard Cramer, Charles Cramer, Robert Dahl, Maryann Davern, Jane Derner, Robert Dittrich, Jack A Dischinger, Frederick DolPlJ, Shirley Eckstein, Taylor Emery, Elnora Ensminger, Wesley Fiala, Betty Jane, Fordyce, Noreen Fortman, Theadore Frastz, Betty Frayer, Donald Friese, Shirley Frew, James Gadt, Robert Garrity, Marjorie Giese, Howard Gillian, Shirley Grabbit, Lois Graf, Albert Griswold, David Gruen, David Hamblet, Lois Hankinson, Marilyn Heckman, 'Bessie Hartman-, Robert Heimgartner, Shirley Hewitt, Alex Heim, Marion Heimback, Ronald Hils, Warren Hoblcr, Earl Hoelperl, Rita Horan, Patricia Hughes, Donald Hurst, Joseph Hyq Dorothy Jackson, Richard Jacobi, Janice Jacobs, James Jahreis, Eugene Johnston, Richard J ukes, Myra Kaiser, Roger Keleher, Clement Keller, Olive Knapp, Betty Knoche, Richard Kobernuss, Robert Koch, Alfred Koch. Robert Kocsis, Victor Kolb, Dolores Kolb: LaVerne Kolb, Mary Kraft, Mary Kress, Alice Kruse, Edward Kirth, Alvin Lake, Nancy Lanfz, Roy Larkin, Richard Larry, Ioan Larson, Eleanore Leydecker, Eugene Liese, Sylvester Little, Joyce Little, Nelson Litz, Doris Lorish, Fay Lqrich, Paul Lorenz, Sherwood Lucsok, Veronica MacDonald, Walter MacFadyen, George March, Paul Martin, Chester McAnincl1, Raymond McNamara, Timothy McW'hirter, Marie Merrill, Louise ' Metzger, Rose Marie Miller, Dolores Miller, Donna Miller, Jayne Moran, Margaret Muck, Marilyn Nachbaur, Gertrude Nagel, Lois Neuman, Royle Newman, Robert Noras, Irene Olsen, Catherine Crth, Shirley Ott, Frank' Pagels, Howard Pagels, Shirley Pnlmatier, Joan Parker, Charles Pearce, Robert Peterson, John Price, Elaine Rebmann, Shirley Reed, Claire Regnet, Don Remus, Gerda Rexford, J ohn Robert, Ray Rockeubrock, Alice Ruettiman, Erhardt Rummer, Mary Lou Russell, John Ryan, John Schendel, Don Scliinaman, Marie Schlagenhauf, Erwin Schriver, Louis Schultz, Marjorie Scott, Wanda Seibert, Violet Sillman, Lois Sinicropi, Mary Smith, Ben Smith, Bonnie Smith, Jean Smith, William Sommerfeldt, Marilyn Spoth, Alene Steves, Phyllis Stoberl, Sally Sullivan, Eleanor Summers, Ellen Summerville, James Swable, Rosemary Synder, Guy Teeter, Robert Tower,- Angelo Trexler, Robert Turner, Jeanne Vamey, William Vigrass, Richard Voelcker, Barney Vosinet, Raymond Walton, Virginia Warlr. Allan Waterstrat, Carlton Waterstrat, Rodney Watson, Richard Webb, Emory Webb, Norine Welch, Joan Wenske, Beatrice Whyte, Gerald Winter, Bernard Winters, Robert Zahm, Mary Lou Zimmerman, Marion W XQG 169 GA xx-J, I TONfTEENERS ,A - ,I HHN HURYXY1 TEAC 52 "'MEL" U' 1. CROSSRO ADS WHAT CHARACTERS! QXQFIVITIE5 N il b S Y bg E RN, , v -S Eb Qfe 8 4 6 FLYING HOURS IN ACTIVITIES-IF FLYING HOURS SEEM WITHOUT WINGS AT TIMES IN CLASSROOMS, THEY WHIZ BY ONLY TOO QUICKLY IN THE NUMEROUS CLUBS IN WHICH MANY OF US HAVE BEEN FORTUN- ATE ENOUGH TO PARTICIPATE. FOUR YEARS IS ONLY TOO SHORT A SPAN IN WHICH TO INCLUDE ALL THE ACTIVITIES WHICH WILL PROVE INVALUABLE IN ALMOST EVERY PHASE OF OUR FUTURE LIFE. FOR THE CULf TURE, TI-IE RECREATION, AND THE GOOD TIMES YOU GAVE US, DEAR SPONSORS, UORCHIDS TO YOU!" EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: D. O'Hagan fEditorJ, Miss Weber fAdviserj, M. Burns CAS' sistant Editorl. Standing lst Row: M. Diedrich fjunior Assistantj, R. Koepsel QGirls' Sportsj, Burford lClubsD, L. Benzino Uunior Assist' antj, L. Price gsenior Activitiesj, M. Hutchison Q acultyj, J. Guzzer- ta fSenior Accivitiesj T. Balling fSophomore Classj. Standing 2nd Row : D. Brawley QBoys' Sportsj, H. James ffireshman Classj, V. Holesko fSnapshot Dept.j I, Metz- ger fBoys' Sportsj, Grieser QSenior Class Editorj. Not in picture: M. Ludwig fGirls' Sportsj. THE hours fly by in Americas schools, and we want to keep the mem' ory of these hours bright and shining. It has been the sincere endeavor of the staff to present a permanent record of the school year, 19434944. May it stand as a constant reminder of this year and these hours in Tonawanda High School. BUSINESS STAFF Seated: R. O'Connor fBusiness Managerj, JMiss Hopkins fBusiness Adviserj, Blanche Hudson. Stand' ing: B. Davis, C. Carroll, D. Hicks, C, Gorss, F. Bowman, D. Stoberl, M. Laslcy, W. Hofert, M. Sold- wisch. 'Znd row: I. Schimminger, C. Heylmun. Not in picture: R. McBride, D. Chase. 5, 'I L "-fy Z" , A lx A C2 Seated: V. Steves fArt Editorj, R. Neaman, Standing: B. -Bgntz, L. Allan. 5 UJOE.. f s BOB 1 ART, PHOTOGRAPHY and TYPING STAFFS THE skilled technicians on our staff - artists, photographers, and typists-have been essential to the production of the "Tona' Wandanf' The art work was done entirely by the members of the art staff, and all the phof tography with the exception of class pictures, by student pho' tographers. GI Walter, S. Rockwell, B. Smith S. Potts, M. Grawe. Seated: Mr. Tuck, I. Guzzetta, I. Metzger fPresidentj, M. Burns fVice-presidentj, C. Gorss, Miss Major. Standing: M. Soldwisch, D. Brawley, J. Grieser, I. Schimminger, K. O'Hagan, C, Heylmung M. Grawe, L. Price. Absent from picture: G. Walter QSecretaryj, L. H. Hardy fTreasurerQ. ......-n-- IDNOR 50Gl EN! I? ' e 1 l. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sponsors: Miss Major and Mr. Tuck THE greatest honor that can be awarded a student during his high school years is to be inducted into the National Honor Society. This organization recognizes individual leadership, scholarship, character, and service rendered to others. Among the successful achievements of this group for the year were a War Bond Drive, a Red Cross Drive, and a March of Dimes Collection. The inforf mation booth for visitors was also maintained as a voluntary service by the members of the society. , DRAMATIC CLUB Sponsor: Miss F. Heffernan IN its four years of existence, the Dramatic Club has success' fully produced several Christ' mas pageants, patriotic skits, and Book'Week programs. Annually this talented group presents a threefact farce. The proceeds are used to purchase medals and pins for those who have partaken in two or more plays. Last year these troupers not only bought these pins but also donated one hundred dolf lars to the American Red Cross. They look forward to follow' ing the same plan this year. Sitting on floor: M. Reid, N. Little, I. Hurst, R. Neuman, I. johns, R. Koepsel, Kneeling: D. Hicks, I. Ball. Second row, sitting: M, Hutchison, B. Davis fSecreta.ryj, L. Price fVicefpresidentj, V. Steves QPresidentJ, I. Guzzetta, J. Burford, M. Brooks, M.. Moran. Standing, first row: K, Ibbotson, A. Hfultman, I. Dick, M. Keeley, M. Green,,T. Balling. Second row: Miss F. Heffernan, M. Halliwill, M. Hillman, .L. Golde, R. Neaman, S. Rockwell, M. Grawe, L. Allan, M. Soldwisch, B, Hudson, D. O'Hagan. Third row: E. Reid, R. Hilferding, F. Rech, J. Lautz, M. Helf, I. Grieser, M. Ludwig. . 'I 'U Sitting: N. Zettel, J. Power Cfreasurerj, B. Zettel fSecretaryJ, Mile. Bagdy, M. Green G g fllresidentj, R. Lambert fVicefpresidentJ, M. Keeley. Standing: M. Diedrich, P. Schultz, ,,, L. Benzino, J. Sisson, M. Ludwig, L. Tiedman, I. Palmatier, B. Voisinet, I. Levi, L. K rg LaF1eur.. T , ,Mn . . . ,.-..Y., Y. M . .. .-.. , ' - -, W i , . . , , X ' I fad A LFATNIHHIUCIUNL rm I5 N LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Sponsor: Miss Bagdy AS a result of their interest toward the gallant citizens of fighting France, the members of the French Club adopted as their motto, "Apres la pluie le beau temps" fEvery cloud has a silver liningj This year's schedule included an enjoyable trip to Buffalo to see "Madame Curie." A onefact play was an' other highlight of the season. First 'ro-w: I. Metzger fSccretaryj, A. McCarthy, fVicefpresidentj, R. McBride fPresidentQ I. Niland fTreasurerj. Second row: V. Kania, R, Wasliington, G, Allen, K. McBride: E. Hy, J. Keleher, L. Gipp. Thircll row: C. Leverenz, R. O'Connor, D. Townsend, D. Stoberl, H. Vigrass, A. Hosmer, W. Ricketts, R. Westra. Fourth row: F. Klinger, W. Scott, A.. Doyle, D. Brawley. .A 5 , Tv .1 A "T" CLUB Sponsor: Mr. Todd ONE of the most prominent all' male organizations in T. H. S. is the "T" Club, which consists of athletes who have earned a major letter. These allfround athletes act as a police force for T. H. S. by ushering at basket' ball games, by patrolling the halls during lunch hour, and by keeping order in general. According to custom, a very successful Spring Dance was held by this organiiation, and this event concluded a rather quiet year. ' if . 'I I f W l l 4 ll W- ll? 2 L J . . I IUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Sponsors: Miss Major and Miss H. Heffernan ONE of our most active organ' izations, the Junior Classical League, got off to a belated start this year, but quickly made up for lost time by sponsoring its annual Red Cross Dance. The proceeds from this highly sucf cessful dance were generously turned over to the local chapter of the American Red Cross. S9 First row, seated :1 B. Abraham, I. Klinger,,G. Kartyas, I, Johns, I. Stumpf. Seclond row, seated: I. Metzger fVicefpresidentJ, L. Price flaresidentl, M. Keeley fSecretal'Yl, C Heylmun fTreasurerl. First row, standing: I. Guzzetta, I. Dick, M. Hutchisolrx, R. Koepsel, L. Helwig. Sem'ifci'rcle: D. Tripp, D. O'Hagan, J. Dickinson, P. Hedrich,'M. Novotny, B. Rumbles, B. White, Miss Major, M. Green. Last row: I. Loman, D. Rosokoif, R. Wulf, I. Sinicropi, D. Brawley, C. Gorss, J. Schimminger. Seated: M. Brooks, C. Olsen, R. Hoelperl, P. Brooks, G. Nachbauer, M, Keeley, G. Tray' ford. Standing: G. Remus, L. Golde, V. Luscok, M, McWhf1-fer. lt l i C C1 R' I f. xy LQ. K so SIL-el -ECB-ll ix ..- ll-Ill gi ir, p -W ' Q BOWLING CLUB Sponsor: Miss Weber "SET 'em up in the other alley!" This is the enthusiastic battle cry of our bowlers. Although the club's membership was ex- ceptionally low this year, 'sports' manship continued to run very high. 60g LIBRARY ASSISTANTS THESE young ladies render a great service to T. H. S. by voluntarily sacrihcing at least one free period per day to help in the library. We pay tribute to these capable assistants who cheerfully perform their many duties under Miss Seaman's supervision. eww. WAX, Y' Stand' , . 6. W Dagoilj gvbyrkss Sgiiiglfph. . . Xa omit? ,9'Ck'xa0?O'l? XM D1 S- X-Gia sm X aw 91663 'mi '6- egll.'1'lf?p"aai1f az X, SZCQYW rox , Her- gf efrQQf"i. ffgExQvie, o. 03' aaxfvlrllxjoqgxxa 901 st. wr. wet. ?:Z01x, '1L10Y9' tial' D. Hadden, L. Tiedman, L. Benzino, C. Kokanovich. OUR CHEERLEADERS , 5 Q? . X V. w , i Ruth Williams, Richard Larkin. M. Reid, M, Grawe, G. Grobe, C. Carroll, M. Soldwisch, R. Koepsel. -First row: F. Crissey, B. Kibler, R. Klinger, L. Schoonover, Third row: Frew, A. Bailey, R. Tiebor, L. Chase, H F. Bundy, H. Diedrich, Second row: R, Waterstrat, M. Bailey, I. Oberkircher, K. Bellinger, D, Peters, D. Chase, R Place, M, Braun, E. Ruettiman, I. Schwinger, D. Phillips, L. Lambert. Standing: Mr. Pilato fDirectorj, P. Hedrich, G Tiedman, C. Waterstrat, I. Mahl, S, Liese, D. Schendel. MacFayden, I. Jacobs, R. Sequin, J. Loman, H, Varley. OUR BAND Director: Mr. Pilato UNDER the capable direction of their new leader, Mr. Pilato, the members of the band 'have-practiced diligently on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays dur' ing the seventh period. Despite a slightly depleted membership, much progress has been made by the organization. The school honor was once again successfully upheld by some of the outstanding members who took part in the All State Band and State-sectionals. Fi-rst vow: B. Abraham, E. Rum' bold, I. Schwinger, L. Sillinan, I. Warner, R. Neaman, IvI.,Halliwill, D. Huff, I. Johns. Second row: E. Price, H. Walters, I. Baroudi, M. McCoy, M. Strehlow, B. Hopkins, L. Helwig. Third row: M, Drake, W. Allan, A. Bailey, L. Tiedman, L. Nagel, P. Hedrich. Not in pic' ture: B. Bradley, I, Chalmers, L. Golde, A, Gutzka, I. Levi, N. Plant, L. Kramer, C. French, G. Thompf son. - OUR CHORUS Director: Mr. Pilato THE Tonawanda High Girls' Chorus took to the airwaves this season and to the strain of their theme, "Deep Purple," won fame and glory. Other highlights of' an outstanding season were a delightful assembly program, a guest appear' ance at one of the local churches, anda successful concert held jointly with the North Tonawanda High School Chorus. 62 '4-N ., 4, , it ..l1.. .'.l.-.... ' .1 , , First row: L. Baroudi, W.. Kanack, E. Larsen, L. Schoonover, row: E. Crawford, S. Rebman, B. Rebman, M. Behrens K L. Klinger, F. Crissey. Second vow: R. Koch, J. Jacobs, F. Bellinger, D. Chase, R. Lambert. Standing: P. Hedrich Rech, H. Bailey L. Chase, D, Phillips, L. Tiedman. Third Mr. Pilato fDirectorJg H. Varley, Pianist Lois Helwig. Mr. Pilato iw will OUR ORCHESTRA Director: Mr. Pilato A SMOOTH blend of classical music composed the repertoire of the orchestra this year, and made a delightful background for the Senior Play. Mr. Smith, our stringed instrument teacher, was largely responsible for the success of this talented group. X Z .W. Allan, D. Litz, M. Green, S. Hils, L Sillman oO'0M SC. WA. 910 YEARBOOK IN THE MAKING EBV? R ASL STUDXOUS O OUR KID PARDON THE INTRUSION ANY MILKY WAYS? ,rug Al. H S'- RAH RAE T ,--.. COULD BB! ?l'3 9915, 10 2 X '? f 4 FLYING HOURS IN THE GYM, IN THE POOL, AND ON THE GRIDIRON-THESE ARE MEM- ORABLE HOURS IN THE LIFE OF EVERY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT. THE KEEN SENSE OF COMPETITION AND THE BREATHLESS EX' HILARATION AFTER A HARD FOUGHT GAME FILL US WITH AN INDEFINABLE SENSE OF SCHOOL SPIRIT. MANY OF OUR BOYS WILL SOON LEAVE TO FIGHT ON THE GREATEST TEAM IN THE WORLD, BUT THEY GO WELL PREPARED. HAPPY ARE THE HOURS WHEN WE WORK TO MAKE OUR BODIES STRONG AND READY FOR THE PART THAT WE MUST ALL PLAY IN AN AMERICA AT PEACE AND AN AMERICA AT WAR. o 's' 'f 6.4 I a ' 0 1 N 0 Q 09 90.9 Q 0 95 ' ' Ib? 4 Q Q, , ,' 4130" .K , 9,0 , , , , is' ' 1 x Ns . o 1 v Q4 1'Q5s'o'Qfa s Q , 1 - s a:s',o1.., 5 r L e Q - 1 Q .-. . sl. .-1 1...-. . . . . Q.. n'afg'.'. 1 . if-' ' , f 'hw . ---IA ,AAY V X-xxx, Xx- ,1 5 C "x I 1 , C N f , . 1 T , Q1 X -' 1' 1 . ' ' 5- ' "XX RX XX X 1 1 1 -L 1,1 .IA 'lt XXX X X , 1 .3 llr 51 -- - 1-1: .vhl lj' ' 1 I N X 1 '1 ' 1 ' Ifg ll ks J. Metzger I. Nilandl A. Brodv .SX N, ,Y E ,va H1 1 f 1 11 1 1 .wt f 11 cfl w , N' , - f A 'f 1 1 . ' N. Krupp R. Washington D. Townsend H. Jerge G. Eberle 1 .X .. X, N .X 1 . S Z 4, XNQS1fXcrenz- Scott. .Y A in QV.,-,,,.,.- . if- ,XQ X FOOTBALL SCHEDULE COACH TUSSING OP North Tonawanda Lockport Kenmore Lackawanna CHHISIUS Lockport North Tonawanda Z7 .T C 1 -1 on L --Lf LT t . C 1 C 102' il . 26 0 1 i1 6 13 11 o 13 , 13 -' on 31 ot '13 OI 55 QI gf E nb- W .1 C- L 1 1 I tl 1 Carl Leverenz and james Metzger were elected Ji ,. -. .--H-+ - D. Stoberl, P. Ranges, R. Olsen, W. Dischinger, First row. L. to R.: Stoberl fManagerJ, Leverenz, Phipps, Metzger, KruPP, Scott, Waslxington, Keleher Eberle fCaptainQ, Jerge, Townsend, Niland, Brody Doyle, Clsen fManagerJ. Second row, L. to R. Schlagenhauf Klinger D Wan ler Go h Se uin , . - g UE fl 1 Westra, 1. Streer, Schimminger, Lozo: Howard, Hofert, TH E FOOTBALL TEAM AN excellent record of five wins and two losses relegated the T. H. S. football team to second place in the curtailed Niagara Frontier League. To over' come the loss of keymen to the Armed Forces, be' fore and during- the season, Coach Tussing capital- ized on af huge turnout to ill the vacancies with rirst year men. 5 The twin victories over our traditional rival, North Tonawanda, and over newfcomer Canisius High School, highlighted the season. The depend' able play of Captain George Eberle was a great asset to the success of a wellfbalanced team. 1 1 cofcaptains for 1944, at the annual banquet Bailey, Urban, Knapp. Third row, L. to R.: O'Connor Sinicropi, Rech, Weber,- Piclcard, Hardy, Yianilos, Allen, B, Wangler, Bnsminger, G. Streer, Alliger Fourth row, L. to R.: Towers, Wark, Mahnk, New- man, Ritchell, Schrieber, Rhodes, Russel, Brown, Helf, Ulrich, Wulf, Miller. - in . fr-L 1,1.-It-T ,TH -7- A . f-. . -- 1-.L-el -f Q. A, . H 3?-t,.M.v. .- - T? - U: , I, H: E., 1, ., .f all ,Y.,, ,r, 3,7 . V A In Y , t " wt."-ll -1' ' .lr",v'glgf'l,'.1':f . J --if ". Y if W .-.'f".'I4l4Q,'-'Sr' 5-'Q L 'T?""I,, ' . 6 M .- 1' ..'l, . i 1','-- Y-' 7. g- phi..-. .ru-ig. Ev' U ' lf , f:"J.fi 'L.- H" . r.,, l 2 . '1' 1' .- 1' . ' 3 4, - w':7"Y .,?l. Q',i'f':f'El -Y ' .',41:fF'm5:7": ' .' L .N ' ' ' fig' W ., ---I .'J. . H ', , ' ' - L ',-YN-1" , fe U' ',:, 3 yi' I V, " U M .J ' LJ' h ,nu X I .I -,,1.L3'f!-T'1.g.l'ugv5f',,1, 'N' Hn' ' ii fx I-gn , ll 'H I 5 1 f-ur 1 a J w e- , w- .- :rm f J kv. Lf.gn:1-,fi -..-an 1 H ,Jil en 1 , X 'f H im I ,aaa r I , 1-. . Je. xg. mr s., W- - ,U ot, ,sr H 1 ii , .-.- -1 'Wit '. ' '- I " rug ig.-vw ,-.' 1 -1 v..'4-If-iff '1-,T 1 Fl. V 1 rv W ,. msg, 'Toni -' . ' ' --W a- - 4 N ur ll U " ea ., . .- J' H:!.'iN.W4,.',i. . If - '1 ' .-i-n:i.d-?i.'.' .-1 F 3 11:11 A VW . 'IN fwfv X ,-4 Iygvx IXXLXWYA ffl' I ' Vw Q? tfxwv - - ' QWIVNIVI 'Www , if V' Q1 ' xfv xl. I I ' xv . A 'X ax 4 - . . ' A if ' -,LL , ,Li , If-5' 2' ' eg.: ,, Z:-. 2 ' ,' ' Q- 'YV-fgcott I H. Kuntz I. Kelghgr, .,.:r. : ' 7t ,,,: A 13.3. .'.f A Ev iii 1 " , Y' -QQQTE-1f': L J' -A fiffi ., . sf l. turf. 'X i m XX. ff X aMetzgeri..+...lsL0zo W. Ricketts, I. Niland' ft' 'A C. Wolf Gatke. R, Westra 5 ,,.A- ,im ,,,- If agi- ,Q BOYS' "A" BASKETBALL TEAM BASKETBAUL SCHEDULE Ton. Opp. 3 4 Lackawanna 3 3 26 Canisius 3 7 3 5 Lockport 3 6 3 8 Kenmore 42 26 North Tonawanda 3 5 V41 Lockport 3 4 5 O St. Mary's 15' 40 Lockport 263 3 O' Kenmore 34 25 North Tonawanda 32 42 Lackawanna 40 3 9 Canisius 38 5 0 Lockport 2 S 27 Kenmore 29 44 St. Mary's 42 4 5 North Tonawanda 29 66 5 27 V MANAGERS J. Rosokoff, R. Copeland, D. Rosol-coE, R, O'Connor THE BASKETBALL TEAM BY taking a thrilling upset victory over leaguefleading N: T., 45f29, our Varsity quintet ended the 19434944 season in a tie for second place. Coach Powers brought his small group of veterans to this roaring finish after an erratic and hectic campaign of 16 games, in' cludingnxtwo games each with the Canisius and St. Mary's High School iives. The Red and White finished with six wins and six losses in league competition, including a 5O'25 revenge defeat of Lockport, three extremely close defeats by Kenmore, a split with Canisius, and two victories over hapless St. Mary's High. q The early'season loss of Captain "Cydles" Diedrich to the Armed Forces was ably replaced by the scoring rush of Dave Lozo, including a sensational 22 points in the win over N. T. The Reserves, sprinkled with "Tomorrow's" stars, missed first place when they were defeated by the N. T. Reserves in the final game. "B" BASKETBALL coaorr POWERS M 2 I C0 5 a I is 4 First row: R. Copeland fManagerj, F. Zellner, T. gasser, D. Runyan, D. Brawley, F. Klinger, T, Mc' Walker, R. Kaiser, W-. Dischinger, A. Hosmer, D. Namara, R. Lambert, T. Howard, Rosokoff fManagerj. Second row: G. Street, H. Burn' Ton. 49 28 40 43 30 37 227 Front row: K. McBride, V. Kania., A. McCarthy Bride, G. Allan, R. Little, J. Lautz. Back 'row fCofcaptainj, H, Vigrass, R. Wangler. Second F. Crissey flvianagerj. row: E. Hy fCofcaptainJ, C. Leverenz, R. Mc- "A" SWHWMING TEAM I I SWIMMING SCHEDULE Opp. Amherst 1 7 Kenmore 3 8 North Tonawanda 26 Amherst 23 Kenmore 3 6 North Tonawancla 29 1,5 Cofcqptains: E. Hy, A. McCarthy. THE SWIMMING TEAM WITH a team composed of six experienced veterans and a smattering of lst year men, the T. H. S. natators ended in secondplace this year by compiling an excellent record of four wins and two losses, dropping two close meets to leaguefleading Kenmore. Outstanding on an outstanding squad were Captain Al McCarthy, who was undefeated in all league contestg Carl, Leverenz, who was consistent in both diving and breastfstrokeg and the undefeated relay team, composed of Vigrass, Wangler, Hy, and McCarthy. Mc- Carthy and the relay team also defeated Buff falo's best in a postfseason meet at the Buffalo Athletic Club. Bob Wangler, our hundred yard freefstyler, will be captain of the 1945 team. 'THE "B" TEAM coficn TUSSING Front row: D. Burgler, A. Hewitt, L. Kolb, J. Taylor, I. Jacobs, L. Baroludi, R. Barbar, R. Brush. Second rows, R. Davis, C. Wagner, W. Pickarcl, R. Sequin, R. Phipps, F. Rech, R. Russell. Back 'rowz F. Alliger fManagerj. L Treat, M. Pickard, E. Holler, R. Garlapo, D, Stoberl. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Director: Mr. Rose u R AS usual the intramural basketball games were more "brawn" than skill. Stoberl's team emerged victorious in a thrilling contest with Hardy's team in the playfoifs, climaxing a schedule that was hard fought to the very end. i WE WANT A TOUCHDOWN! "T.H.S." TROPHY "KEL" AND "PORK TOM REPXK ORRQW. yAST B S STARS .175 57, END AROUND w . -w X , 1 . w . . W ,. 'f Y '- w . :- I. PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT LAPS .vi ':. ,.i-,411 . . ,K fl ,i GIRLS' SVJIMMING Instructor: Miss McPhilmy THIS year our aquatic skill had to be confined to intramural meets during which individual L 1-ismblet' Arias, l' S M Gfeegg Bra swimmers won many honors for themselves and their classes. The girls practiced diligently on speed and strokes. The season was highlighted by a grand stunt meet which marked the end of a very successful seasonf eol eds sitting on ash- M' N s,sirsnS2ii1llH?F" ll' lm 'V . ' 1 ' ' ' , R' mall' Serge wer G Yxemuni! bomd' N- lambs xref' M, M- imffk 2 ' W bold- 1 Reedikkpiigi Y' Refi Bfughllrhan Sltmolrrggfl, B' Rum I 1 ' . yfhgi ' Tie- " Ne? iasfs V H3nk!50nk SWB e' Lyon ' S' Paul, B3ilB"I1 iiiaiiawan, - -fy -fy I KOCPSZ I ,XL A GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Instructor: Miss McPhilmy IN spite of present War condi' tions, approximately 85 girls turned out for a rollicking vol' leyball season. Two sections were organized: an afterfschool group, and for our hard working gals, an evening program. After a really exciting and strenuousseaf son of fun, the champ teams of T. Balling and S. Pagels niet for a final playolf in which the Pagels' nine was victorious. S. Pagels, S. Westra, M. Grawe, I. Grieser, L. Crawley, J. Paul, D. Martin, M. Place. B. May. GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL ' Instructor :. Iyiiss McPhilmy DURING the' course of every basketball season, a group of 18 lucky girls who show outstandf ing skill in playing, are chosen for an InterfScholastic team. This year our athletes eagerly encountered the Kenmorites and the N. T. Red and Blue and came through with royal colors by defeating both opponents. Scared Spa .: M. ,g ' - ndmg: A. 3221215535 mama' FIRST TEAM geared. M I 'Iie1W'B,lfll.Ba15ZjeIiZg: J D randi. .R S , 18' iclf, mg' L' T1'2Z7mffap'H"n1. BOUND TEA urns' R' Kfgbsgacea D. H 'H-James,K'1ee1mg: D M fcks. V H01 ' Ca esko, -M BT: Paul, H' Slrlilin k 11 H 5 First row: B, Abraham, M. Ross, J. Levi. Second row: D. Camp, A. Brush, V. Nepokroeff, E. Helwig. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Instructor: Miss McPhilmy APPROXIMATELY 165 of our sportsfminded gals turned out with a bang for the annual basketball season. A rousing roundfrobin was played in which competition for first place ran fast and furious. The final and proud Winner of the season was the team of Marion Ross. BADMINTON "A" Instructor: Miss McPhilmy OUR badmintonfminded gals went into action with keenness and eagerness this year. Exciting ladder matches were played with much vim, vigor and vitalf ity displayed by all. One of the season's high spots was the annual round-robin singles and doubles' tourney. A rip' roaring tournament with the badminton enthusiasts from North Tonawanda elif maxed a spectacular season. Shuttlecocks away! l Seated: E. Rumbold, J. Ball, N. Breintenback, I. Power. Kneeling: E. First row: I. Levi, L. Allan, D. Martin, J. Guzzetta, I. Klinger, H. Howland, E. Greil, D. Hicks, I. Stumpf. Second row: R. Koepsel, D. O'Hagan, M. Ludwig, R. Neaman, Warner, A. Bailey, T. Balling, M, Halliwill, I. Dick, M. Place, M. Burns, K. Ibbotson. 'Third row: M. Reid, H. James, V. Holesko, B. White, B. Rumbles, F. Rech, M. Soldwisch, I. Grieser, M. Helf, M. Hutchison, V. Ncpokroeff, E. Helwig 'Ak Baillie, S. Stoberl, A. Rockenbrock, B. Knapp, C. Reed. Standing: "" o. Kokmvich, R. Aleksich, J. Garlock, M. srfehlow, L, Tieaman, L. " Nagel, V. Lucsok, M. Garrity, D. Hy. BADMINTON "B" Instructor: Miss McPhilmy EAGER to learn this popular game, the "B" players worked hard to develop teamwork and form. A busy season of ladder matches was climaxed with an elimination tournament in which Gar' lock and Strehlow won doubles' honors, , and Dorothy Hy carried away the singles' i title. 78 Kneeling: M. Reid, M. Place, Warner, I. Klinger, H. Howland, M. Halliwill, R, Hilfcrding. Standing: E. Rumbold, E. Helwig, E. Reid, L. Crawley, H. Smilinich, 1. Paul, D. Martin. SOFTBALL Instructor: fMiss McPhilmy OUR softball enthusiasts, eager to get started in their first outdoor sport, wel' comed our early spring and warm weather. Teams were chosen, and a round-robin was played at the close of which an all-high varsity was selected. SOCCER Instructor: Miss McPhilmy THIS year a new experiment was at' tempted in the girls' sport scene with the introduction of soccer. Although only 17 daring gals turned out for this really active, outfoffdoors sport, the season proved loads of fun for all. We'l1 be hearing more of soccer in the future. .gi Kneeling: E. Rumbold, M. Place. C. Kokanovich. Back row: A. Brush E, Helwig, L. Tiedman, E. Smith, M. Soldwisch, M. Ross, L. Crawley V. Nepokroeff, I. Paul. A , ,,, SL LF 15'-1 -,A 1- H L W :WL-I 't .. .L - .- w 1, ' ,gf Q if J U 'ara 1 wir QQ' 1 4' 'Y ' W ' JU if f QM? eil -I If J 5 'ha IN Wu E Q JX'f2fX5X-fx., ADVERTISEMENTS I w FLTING HOURS ON THE BUSINESS FRONT- IMPORTANT HOURS IN TIMES SUCH AS THESE. 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VX SAY IT WITH WARNER'S FLOWERS LINTON CONCRETE PRODUCTS CONCRETE BLOCKS Waylite Blocks, Cinder Blocks, Lintels, etc Phones: 1417 or DE-6830 Arthur C. Springer R SPRINGER 8: HOLLER HILL STREET MARKET INSURANCE MEA TS - GROCERIES - VEGETABLES REAL ESTATE BONDS Phone 579 25 S. Niagara St. Phone 380 93 HILL ST. TONAWANDA, N. Y. ROBERT GAIR COMPANY, Inc. TONAWANDA BOXBOARDS DIVISION TONAWANDA, NEW YORK Box Boards TI1aI' Meef Your Requiremenis Compliments of 45 MAIN ST. Compliments of H.. B. DEMLER CARD 8: GIFT SHOP BeauI'ician's S+udio ANN M. GELOSE VIRGINIA M. HARDY 26 MAIN ST. TONAWANDA Humphrey 8: Vandervioorl INSURANCE and' REAL ESTATE Phone 34 L. P. Humphrey A. H. Heller P. E. Humphrey F. W. Brumm, Jr. In the Tonawandas "71 Yeats of Service" WALTER LANE WA TCHMAKER and JEIWELER Compliments of 11 ADAM ST. TONAWANDA, N. Y. FORIT5 I-UNCHEONETTE Gust a Whispe' OH Main, 221 MAIN TONAWANDA CROWN INSURANCE AGENCY ""i,ii2,!'r LAUREL ELECTRIC 81 Na. 1 Sweeney Building MATTRESS CQ. PHONE 87 I Radios - Ranges - Linoleum North Tonawanda, N. Y. ' Mattresses - Bed Springs Benj. N. Holler B. Crown Holler A Baby Cubs 'Hlgih Chants Phone 71 Phone 337 S. J. Paul 74 WEBSTER ST. 81 Compliments of STATIONERS Complete Olice Outfitters THE Desks, Chairs and Filing Devices Telephones: WA-0177 WA-0178 WA-0179 NORTH TONAWANDA, N- Y- 82-84 PEARL ST. BUFFALO, N. Y. J. GUREWITSCH SHOE STORE BERN'S CHILDREN SHOP N unn-Bush Shoes for Men Wifbur-Coon Shoes for Women Wearing Apparel for Children 70 WEBSTER STREET "Tots fo Teens" North Tonawanda, N. Y. 22 MAIN TONAWANDA FOELS BROS. QUALITY BEVERA GES SINCE 1900 TONAWANDA, N. Y. DINNERS SANDWICHES Compliments Of TRAVER'S N. M. WALLACE DELICIOUS COFFEE DIAMONDS - - WATCHES - - CLOCKS Niagara Falls Blvd. West of Ward Road 12 MAIN STREET DISTINGUISHED I THE HOME OF FUNERAL HOME H A M P S QUALITY FURNITURE Main and Young Sfreefs TONAWANDA, N. Y. FUNERAL HOME: Phone 81 FURNITURE: Phone 136 DUREZ PLASTICS gl CHEMICALS. INC. NORTH TONAWANDA, NEW YORK DUREZ wEBER's SERVICE sTATloN C""'P'f""f"'S of GASOLIZE--ozm WALKER 8: MONROE MOTOR SERVICE 50 WEBSTER ST, 420 Fletcher St. Tonawanda, N. Y. North Tonawanda, N, Y, KlEFER'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY HELF'S MARKET FINE FOODS G. 1. Kiefer, Ph.G. E YEAR COR. MAIN at BROAD STS. FOR OV R 60 S Tonawanda, N, Y, 290 ADAM ST. Phone 433 FRED W. FICK Faultless Fiftting Footwear 30 WEBSTER ST. North Tonawanda, N. Y. Compliments of G. C. MURPHY CO. 56-58 WEBSTER ST. North Tonawanda, N. Y. THE YARDS OF QUALITY AND SERVICE H. B. VOELCKER Fuel and Building Maferials 50 FILLMORE AVENUE Compliments of PEOPLE'S CLOTHING CO. 74M Webster N. Tonawanda, N. Y. O. F. GENTZKE MEAT - - POULTRY - - GROCERIES Birds Eye Frosted Foods 28 MAIN ST. Tonawanda, N. Y. Progressive Dies - Development and Temporary Dies - Fixtures - jigs - Machining Fabricating MANASEN ENGINEERING CO. SIXTY-FOUR 'MAIN STREET NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y. Compliments of BILL HOFERT and CHARLIE HEYLMUN Compliments of HARVEY'S DRUG STORE NORTH TONAWANDA HARRY DANIELS IEWELER zo MAIN STREET Look for the Big Clock Phone 2388 Better Furniture for Less LEE'S FURNITURE CO. so MAIN ST. Tonawanda, N. Y. SERVING THE TONAWANDAS SINCE 1904 YlANlLO"S SODA BAR Lily Creamiesi' Ice Cream - - Home Made Candies 64 YOUNG ST. Phone 1929 Compliments of "JOE" and "RALPH" JONES THE FLORIST TELEGRAPH FLORIST Phone 1195 Corner SCHENCK and PAYNE Compliments of CHAS. F. McMAHON and HENRY W. SCHMIDT TWIN CITY CLEANERS 81 DYERS BETTER CLEANING Office: 145 ROBINSON ST. Plant: 79 FILLMORE NVE. Comygnggs of BERNARD T. WITZRE DRUGS - -SICK ROOM SUPPLIES SHQE STQRE 15 SOUTH NIAGARA ST. 13 MAIN ST. TONAWANDA Phone 98 BADMINTON FOOTBALL WILDER HARDWARE CO., INC. ' Agents for A. C. Spaulding Afhlefic Equipmeni' FIREARMS Phone 140 FISHING TACKLE JANRES sr-los STORE D' Hoag L' G'0SS""Pf . 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