Tonawanda High School - Tonawandan Yearbook (Tonawanda, NY)

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K i x - 5 "- l ,f-l-4 Cf ' -' ' 5 bl' -- .T ,,,,,,, -if-jd ga xxw "" '4 '12- ' ' Rm ' nw N 2 x str s in A Mr. W. Kenneth Harrer President Mr. Fred W. Brumm, jr. N Mr. joseph P. Burns Superintendent of Scbools Mr. James Green, B.S., M.S University of Rochester ED THIN Mr l'rankE Ifdm Prmczpal Mr Roswell Clukey B S M Ed Unxversxty of Buffalo I ..., T- Mil-N. . I, .QNX lf'-Q40 11' ' ll l,-Q 0 0 S Y Mr. Bernhardt G. Gademsky Mr. Edward G. Lautz ' OUR FACULTY On these two pages, we give you a glimpse of the teaching staff of T. H. S. Our four-year stay with these very human and under- standing personalities, except for a few insignificant occurrences, has been enjoyed and will be remembered by us. We have found that teachers aren't the dull, hard- hearted individuals they are supposed to be. During the W. BELLINGER, B. A. M. F. HEFFERNAN, B. A., M. A. B. MC PHILMY M. SMITH, B. A. ff! An- I.. BRADLEY, B. S., M. S. H. HEFFERNAN, B. A., M. A. A. NEASMITH E. SPRINGER, B. S. last four years, in spite of us, they have gone far toward preparing us for future adult life. They have helped mold the tools we teen-agers will be using in the lives before us, and it will be a credit to them, if we use these tools well. We hope, with all the students they are yet to teach, that they will not soon forget the "Class of '46." M. BUCK, L. DICKSON, B. S. B. A., B. S. in L. S. V K B. HOPKIK H. LAWLER, B. S. B. S.. M. S. T. RICE, B. s. SB H. ROCKETITS Y v n n l e l I x, A H. TODD, B. A., M. A. S. TUCK, B. A. Absent from Picture MISS BACON R. ABELL, A. B. ' I. BAGDY, A. B. L. DOUGHERTY, A. B. C. FILSINGER, B. A. J. GILMORE, B. A. '., 5 . .4 W Y R. LLOYD, A. B. c. MAJOR, A. B. J. MARCELLUS, B. M., M. M. W. ROSE V. RUMBOLD, A. B. S. SEAGER W,1.'lg:,!I,.. Jug I C. TUSSING M. WICKES, B. A., M. A. W. WRIGHT 1. BATTERSON, B. B. A. A. HARMON, B. A. W. MAZE R. SEAMAN H. YIANILOS, B. S. fd LET-s GET como. .-,gL. s X-r UW ON THE BEAM. Ding-a-ling-aling - with the clang of the bell, our typical teen-agers begin a day at THS. From the morn- Y E' Y , ' 'z '. MBS. Q- ,gf-,:Q7F:'.i. k ,., ., ....,- -.Q :Q .L C - ',.,., 1 ,gl-'..,., 1 V 'M M1154 uf '1'4"""L- ::-,,J,f1g,.w ' ' 'x " ,V .X -, 351, ' , -." ":,,' : ' 4 ,. A-. -J' .w-J?-1 .,'1.,-, 4Vf,5f'uf'v , -P :4 S. -.--Q , 1. - iw- Q .xv - , - -,, 1g- , r f- 'F 5 ,Nr . , . , .. it 2 ',4"..-.".9f,., , .. 3 -1 ' H 5 Z E 2 uw 1' uh ni ENGLm PHYSICS DRAW STRAIGHT LINES. G , ing X-period to the final bell, Tonny and Wanda pass through the classes pictured on these pages. CHOW-TIME. QUIET, PLEASE ' H s1oRY ,g?..1'?. A BUS. I hi LATIN 1 C. PRAC- U SHOCKING ! Y v' , 9 dw 'Gr L5 . ' Attsvvivtz, 4 N 15 E- ,U L 95 ,- o 2. Q, 6 ' W' a Z - . ,Q - B 1+ 'Q Yr N . , 0 ,S Q' I 'lb I . ' 'lf Qxulu 09? 14 Y-XO x 'I-f ww SRNDY . 8 SHUI' -rom I 4 EDDIE I geezscfs. , wqckfsr 'Vdc sf oo .AP Y '6- Q, 9 Wav .95 go YG' 9 . QYQO 9399 P+ YJ 66 -'7s'Af'? Av Lo' ole ll-1 A, x co ..9'?1i-K., 4' .Q '-'g to 'aa 'fvfzw Z -!, '65 096,55 'Y 2 ' 04" D G r v , A - . 1 . -.u?,",,f,'. M Wy!!! IIA-xefsq Q X 'Q N 1 X2 Y Iyf5"fE,.- X . I 3 I I P w " I 1:7 N. If fl 'W314nl1r'1I1iliiL"X I b f f I ll 14 XM if LX v I x 4 1 ' Z' ' I ,I 1, . x .:ag.RN5,.Em KX 'ffafffznyuafmnuzmnnuaun,1.,1.,,m,m' w 1 Q Q 4 I H RI MII I , f 4 ' DLI-I Q9 SEPT 'I onmus ,, I swoon. lv w r fx P0 ocr. 'Sl X-- OUTBML NOV. 'XB' I ' ,I XI' 'Il Il I! II SERIES OF ASSEMBLIES oft DEC.. Q H 5-5 1 BRSKET' Bill. JAN. s f' fs 0 'O A, 9- .1 K 1 Q , a , sums!! 16 SEPTEMBER 4-Hello, Sad Sacks !--First day of school! 6-Ouch-dirty trick stacking lockers-spoils school books! 8-Where are these Freshmen from?-Gulliver's Travels?? 28-Football season begins Ton. I N.F. I-Boy, were we 19 I 0 I on the beam! OCTOBER 5--"How about a subscription to .... P" fMagazine sale beginsj 6-Football game at Kenmore . . . score: censored 12-Columbus Day--no school-fthought it took months to find America, 17-"Now you are going to sleep,"-Dr. Zaleno Ray-hypnotist. 20-Fogtballg Lockport-18, T. H. S.-13, Qunlucky 13,-but it took "L" 27 years to do it. 24-Went Russian with Irina Krabroff-guest speaker! NOVEMBER I 2-"Mrs, jones, won't you please get your baby?"-Johns' Hellzapoppin program! 9-Football game Ton 7, N.T. 6 Lost: a lot of bets!!!! 13-Short assembly in honor of victory over N.T.-the rest of the day off!!! 16-"Put that ring on my finger!" fSenior ring order sentj. 22-23-Two days to kill turkey and make with the hash! 50-Tonawanda heroes receive their candy! DECEMBER 6-Murder he says?-Mr. Wilcox-F.B.I. agent speaks. 7-Those Lackawanna guys are brutes! Anyway we cheer louder. 10-Questionnaires were sent out-pro and con for cafeteria. 11-90 odd fellows munched chicken at the annual football banquet. ' 14-Niagara Falls had an enjoyable time in our gym fBasket- ball gamej. 19-Santa Claus is coming to town fflhristmas- Assembly,- vacation begins. JANUARY 2-School days, school days . . . School resumes on Editor's birthday. 9-We gazed in wonder at a movie of "The Modern Steam Locomotive." 16--After a delightful March of Time on India, the Dramatic Club presented a preview of their play. 17-We speed throug the water with the greatest of ease. Team I Kenmore I T.H.S. I Score I 30 I 36 24-"Who is Aunt Minnie"???-Dramatic Club presented "Aunt Minnie from Minnesota." 28-This was "be good to teachers' week."-also Regents' week -no connection tho'. 7-Splash, crash, blub-Swim meetTLockport 17, T.H.S. 49- at Lockport. FEBRUARY l FE B. ' 11-12-Yippy-How we love old "Abe" !-why?-no school! A 21-Come on, Tiny! QFlu and allj-Amherst 24, T.H.S. 42- swim meet here. Q X 25-Our super swimmers show their stuff at Kenmore-K.H.S. swan MEETS 33, T.H.S. 33. 28-Our famous floating fellows fail us not at N.T. poll-N.T. M 26, T.H.S. 40. ' MARCH i 4--Swimming league semi-f1na1s were played at Kenmore. 6-Swimming league finals were held at Kenmore-Good work, fellows! " 15-Russian assembly-good movie. 4 14-Glen Morris presents "On the Beam" - aeronautical Yunnan Program Dnnunsii! 20-"As India Lives at Home"--combined movie and lecture. 27-Assembly-Movie on "New England." Candy given to basketball players and swimmers. avi' APRIL sf' 1 3-Stimulating movie introduces us to Portugal. 11-"The Harp that once thru Tara's Halls" Miss Moegle and XP 2 herharp. ' 12-Ah . . . lsighj "Spring Green"-QSenior Playj. I6-Another movie-This one was "China." 55.55193 PLQY! 18-"Got that new hat yet?"-Easter vacation begins. 29-The bunny has gone and back to school we come. MAY MAY . 1--C. Findley Bowser presented a thoroughly interesting movie and exhibit on "I-Ii lx Adventure." 8-Brazil, da, da, da, cgi, etc. A good movie!! 15-Old Faithful! Mr. Jones presents his annual electrical program. 29-Senior Prom-N0 more need be said! ! !! 30-31-What a memory-no school-'Memorial Day'. JUNE 14-There go our seats!! !-Moving-Up Day. 14-Passing out . . . Yearbooks ? ? ? ! ! ! fWe hopej. 17-21-Seniors, why are you biting your nails !? Regents? ! 25-Almost there, Seniors-fBaccalaureateJ. 25-At last! Good luck, Class of 1946-Commencement. 26-Seniors of '46 now enjoy a long summer vacation. 17'P'qN .' l ff! fl!! kai SENIOR Pkom June X 0 GRIDUATIOII 17 M. HALLIWILI. "TOUCHDOWN" The Class of 1946 came, as Freshmen, to Tonawanda High School during the first year of the war. Since then a great many history making events have happened in our young lives. We have seen our fellow schoolmates go off to the war, and we have seen them come home to a peaceful world. We have watched the list of war dead in the main hall grow and we are glad to know it will grow no more in our time, in the echoing halls of THS. What do the halls echo? Many things that are dear to all of us, Seniors and Underclassmen alike. We may hear and see once again the joys, sorrows, pleasures, and memories that we want to keep with us always. The joys were numerous, and far outnumbered the sorrows. There were the joys of having championship teams, of winning the games that count, and of earning marks that put us on the honor roll or into the Honor Society. There were the thrills of close basketball games, of record breaking swimming meets, of defeating NT twice in one year at that game of all games, football. There are memories of being in the Senior or Dramatic Club plays, and of being in the clubs and other extra- curricular activities. As for sorrows, we may have seen a few, but they are not so great as to be a permanent dark spot in our remembrances. The 25 to O defeat at the hands of Ken- more is about the worst thing we have to look back upon after our Senior Year. Already this defeat has been put in the back of our minds, and the boys who will play football next year for the Alma Mater are beginning to think of the victories of the coming season. Truly our greatest sorrow was the war. We spent most of our years in school under its shadow, but we are graduating into a world of peace which we hope to maintain. Of the memories we might say much, but we shall try to limit them somewhat. We shall always remember our little president with large ideas, "Monk" Klingerg the two glamorous ofiice holders of the Senior Class-Leona Golde, our vice- president, and "Melly" Holler, the secretaryg and, of course, we must not leave out our basketball playing treasurer "Bones" Burngasser. In the field of sports we shall remember "Gummy" Newell, "Tiny" McBride, "Pickle" Parmentier, "Freddy" Denz, "Dick" Wangler, and the many others that have kept our school among the leaders in athletic endeavors. We shall have the pleasure of remembering Mr. Clukey, our principal, and our teachers. V Well, to sum up our four years, war or no war, they were good years and we, the Class of 1946, are proud of every day we spent at THS. Now we pass the torch to the Class of '47 to carry and light their way. May their last year be as fine as the one we have had. We wish them the bestof success in their coming venture. Richard Klingcr President Leona Golde Vice-President Imelda Holler- Secretary Norbert Burngasser Treasurer V+- . gli.-A, V. -:wi - l l :'. , 3 -f Q ' .- ,.,Gf,9:,:f+' , f ' . ENVI . A 1 " ,r'j.1M,-L, .- ,H V "':" A a , V . -'B ' 1' YY" w ks" AEWT7 ..l.'4 ' 9, ' gl 04:47 . ,, , ,. .fb . , KJV, Mrs. C. Filsinger Mr. S. Tuck Mrs. H. Rockett MARTHA ABRAHAM Full of pep and enthusiasm . . . always on the alert for fun and laughter . . . such a pleasing personality . . . a very capable future secretary. ANDREW ANDERSON "Andy" . . . one of those carefree, happy-go-lucky "Islanders" . . . extremely friendly, with an ever-ready sense of humor . . . auto- mechanics is a favorite with him. DOLORES BANAS Peppy, always on the go . . . ever ready with a witty re- mark . . . her great sense of humor is sure to chase away the blues. RICHARD BARBAS "Dick" . . . a swimmer of great renown . . . a popular "Ton-Teener" . . . usually has one of the front seats in class . . . some say his pi- nochle is 'hot . . . many of the gang can testify to this . . . always good for a laugh. THOMAS BENTON "Tommy" . . . one of the jolly boys . . . sees the hu- morous side in everything . . . always smiling . . . an amiable disposition towards everybody and everything . . . usually gets a front seat . . . personality plus . . . one of the best. PHILIP BERINGER "Butch" . . . from the Dela- ware Hill gang . . . a sports' enthusiast . . . full of pep . . . girls like his curly blonde hair . . . class-room worries are nil to him . . . we wish him success! EILEEN BERNDT , Short and sweet . . . spon- taneous in her laughter . . . conscientious in her work . . . full of vim, vigor, and vitality . . . loyal to her Alma Mater. ALBERT BERNHARDT "Al" . . . a sincere fellow . . . carefree, with an art for arguing . . . not speedometer conscious Cbetter watch out for Poplj . . . popular with everyone, but Bev's first on his list. Q0 l MARY JEAN BIEHLER Known to everyone by her two trade marks-her cheer- ful smile and her eiiiciency . . . keeps very much oc- cupied wirh roller skating . . . also takes quite an interest in Buffalo . . . wonder why? ROBERT BRADLEY "Bob" . . . lean and lanky . . . bashful yet friendly . . . nonchalant . . . a super shoe- salesman . . . a very likeable guy with a catchy grin. STUART BRAND "Stu" . . . big fellow in size . . . dominating character . . . NHS member for two years . . . splashes around during swimming season . . . super science student . . . a definite asset to the class of '46. I RICHARD BRAUN "Dick" . . . tall, dark, and um-m-m . . . another boy who swims for the winning team . . . has a shy but irresistible smile for the girls, a friendly word for the fellows. BETTY BRIDGE Quiet, demure . . . has a sweet, sincere smile and ap- pealing dimples which will win your heart . . . outside work has taken up much of her spare time. LORRAINE BRITI' Demure sophistication . . . serious but enjoys a good joke . . . has qualities of a leader . . . she will always be welcome. EVELYN BROWNING "Ev" . . . made great head- way in her short stay at TI-IS . . . has secretarial ability . . . prefers typing to eating . . . has a gay winning smile. JEAN BUCKOUT Hails from Grand Island . . . Jeannie has beauty plus . . . is famous for her sense of humor . . . enjoys swimming and horseback riding . . . there is never a dull moment with her around. , sv Effie 5 i I V FRED BUNDY The young man with the horn . . . has an unfailing sense of humor . . . was a band member for four years . . . enjoys practical joking . . . a professional worrier in the classroom. NORBERT BURNGASSER "Bones" . . . our popular class treasurer . . . tops in basketball . . . liked by every- one . . . has a sleepy air about him . . . good-natured . . . friendly . . . "Bones" is wel- come anywhere. JEAN BURT "Irish eyes are smiling" . . . noted for her quiet charm and neatness . . . always breathless trying to beat the bell . . . makes a cute typist . . . "sweet" truly fits Jeanie to a "T." ANITA BYLENOK "Smiley" . . . Keeps you in stitches . . . loads of friends . . . a happy "hiya" to every- one . . . sensitive and under- standing . . . a sports' lover. b DORIS CHALMFRS Anxious to please . . . jolly . . . good-natured . . . at shy smile for everyone . . . "Dorie" is really nice to know. HAROLD CHAMBERLAIN "Joe" . . . one of those strong, silent men . . . easy going . . . classroom work is his least worry . . . always contributes to the hilarity of the crowd . . . content to stay in the background. GORDON CHILDS "Potsy" . . . a fellow from out Amherst way . . ."shop" is his meat . . . a gay young blade . . . recitations don't bother him . . . known to all by his likeable laugh . . . a welcome member of the class of '46. KATHRYN COLOSIMO A newcomer to Tl-IS . . . spontaneous in her laughter . . . talkative . . . ready for fun . . . a right nice gal for anyone to know. JEAN COOK "Cookie" . . . nickname well typifies her sweet nature . . . appears quiet in class but makes up for it outside . . . proves to be earnest and in- dustrious . . . has n personal interest in the Navy. LOUISE CRAWLEY Tall . . . dark curly hair . . . a smile that endears her to your heart . . . at home in the gym . . . has a high scholastic rating . . . a quiet and capable secretary. RONALD DENZ "Fred" . . . optimistic out- look toward life . . . hardy tackle . . . lives up to the name of the position . . . im- pressive record for his one year at THS . . . friendly personality. MARY LOUISE DEVLIN "Mary Lou" . . . a girl full of pep . . . an infectious laugh with a gay ring . . . al- ways is out on the basketball court . . . tops in sports. WILLIAM DISCHINGER "Dish" . . . athletic trends with brains to match . . . manager of this year's eleven . . . a 6end with a basketball in his hand . . . one of the shining stars of the B team . . . going through THS in three years. HELEN DOAK Calm and assured . . . ready to help a friend in need . . . a whiz in the history class . . . a very nice person to know. JOANNE ELLIOTT ' "Jo" . . . anxious to lend a helping hand . . . quiet and serious minded . . . a very competent worker . . . has a ready smile for everyone. FRANCES ENZINNA "Franny" . . . popular and attractive asset to Tonawanda High . . . the kind of hair you dream about . . . loves horse- back riding . . . another of our woman drivers. ., g Y f.-,z pb , 2 ,swf ,I , - ,1 . I-, . z - .-.1 .-twirl: ' .1 F ..,. ix , , 'gf '.,- "J, , , ,, xt ,, -iw. te A 5 5 Thi? sis ' ,mr ,J - r nfs: 2 L1 .U -f 111' 'f'l'lz'1'- -: :fsfqzfii ,iff ' -.- -fzullfg Write.- J x1,Eg-5?,n:'.- ggi fhii ig, - 1:9332 'V-!.:l"u'.XJ in gt-"1-. 5 Qrfiye , A, 61311, gif- H- 124 ,,:- mf. r V. OLIVE ERWELL "Ollie" . . . cheerful per- sonality . . . sincere example of true sportsmanship . . . a dependable and earnest worker . . . a girl everyone enjoys being with . . . a friend worth having. BERNHARDT FRITZKE "Baez" . . . quiet, good hu- mor . . . likeable fellow . . . works after school . . . finds time for a few outside activ- ities . . . at home in the wild blue yonder. CALVIN GADEMSKY "Cal" . . . good man to know . . . studies never faze this lad . . . quiet, but is heard when he wishes . . . friendly to everyone . . . one of the "clay hill" mob . . . he will arrive in his own way. JEANETTE GARLOCK Soft, wavy brown hair . . . gay laughter . . . assuring grin . . . talkative . . . mis- chievous blue eyes . . . every- body's friend . . . keeps Wrig- ley in business. JENNIE GEARHART One of our prospective nurses . . . an experienced hand behind the soda foun- tain . . . has a sense of humor all her own . . . a trusted friend long to be remembered by her classmates. WILLIAM GEORGE "Willie" . . . quiet . . . once you know him, always a friend . . . has a talent for art . . . shy, good humor . . . generally takes his time . . . a country boy with city ways . . . he will be heard from. JANET GIPP "-livin' Jan" . . . one of those people who make the world go around . . . peppy and cute . . . always on the go . . . her pet hate is snakes . . . her pet hobby, dancing . . . hangs around with the gang. LEONA GOLDE Our sweet, charming vice- president . . . musically mind- ed . . . popular and pretty . . . smiling eyes . . . nice disposition . . . a wonderful girl to know. ifixrlz' I 2 ROGER GOODMAN "Rog" . . . a quiet fellow until you get to know him . . . good student and sports- man . . . works at his Dad's gas station . . . made the grade in 3V2 years. DONALD HADDEN "Don" . . . a top-notch cheer- leader for the last three years . . . super on the dance floor . . . a smooth fellow and fast worker if we've ever seen one . . . amiable and likeable. MAXINE HALLIWILL "Max" . . . Esther Williams, the second, in the pool . . . a damsel of drama . . . first prize winner in our poster contest . . . a very dependable Miss. DORIS HARMON "Good things come in small packages" . . . a born artist . . . baton twirling is one of her accomplishments . . . an honor student . . . she will go far, this very popular girl. ROY HELF I "Itch" . . . good football material-the other teams cou1dn't get around him . . . always happy . . . everyone loves his sunny disposition . . . halls echo with his boom- ing voice . . . has lots of pals . . . doesn't know meaning of worry . . . good luck to him. ELIZABETH HELWIG "Klassy kid" . . . always ready with a clever comeback . . . a whiz at basketball and badminton . . . always has an excuse for wandering the halls . . . her unusual laugh can never be mistaken. GLORIA HENDLER Brown hair, sparkling eyes, and a vivid smile . . . an ac- complished swimmer . . . al- ways enjoys a good joke . . . one of our working girls. ROSEMARY HILFERDING "Rosie" . . . "ya ta ta, ya ta ta" . . . better late than never . . . has a nice personality . . . is a likeable lass . . . an- other keyboard artist . . . easy come, easy go, and easy to know. Hive-f " f ' 'c"u"' Q. 4, .,, 3. at X v T MARIAN HILLMAN Exquisite taste in clothes . . . a lover of Ene arts . . . re- served sophistication . . . al- ways a popular miss. IMELDA HOLLER "Melly" . . . reserved and charming . . . striking beauty . . . has that Pepsodent smile . . . our very capable class secretary . . . the belle of the ball. ROBERT HOLTZ ' "George" . . . he's not really bald, just likes short hair cuts . . . member of the Clay Hill irregulars . . . a happy-go- lucky character . . . has an optimistic outlook on the world and life in general. DONALD HOWARD "Bink" . . . also one of our returned vets . . t. he sup- ported the U. S. Navy . . . quiet, modest, and unassum- ing, he's a sincere friend. HELEN HOWLAN D Soft brown eyes . . . possessor of an adorable smile . . . blushes like mad . . . has a sweet personality . . . an ir- resistible charm. HENRY HUDSON "Hank" . . . hails from the Yukon . . . nemesis of teach- ers . . . a fun loving guy who's not too concerned by the deeper aspects of life . . . a real pal. DORIS HUFF Quiet . . . demure . . . often seen but not heard . . . inter- ested in all she undertakes . . . a friendly smile that can't be overlooked . . . success is a certainty . . . a real gal! LILLIAN HY "Junel' . . . always laughing and cheerful . . . a very wil- ling and capable worker . . . loads of fun . . . a really true friend . . . welcome wherever she goes. " .. 'it- H ENRI ETTA JACOBI Quiet, but competent . . . tall and well groomed . . . pleas- ant and cheerful disposition . . . sure to, be the boss's favorite secretary. NELLIE JACOBS - "Nell" . . . friendly and agreeable . . . always sees the pleasant side of life . . . beau- tiful coal black hair that matches her snappy eyes . . . a friend to everyone. ARLENE JAMIETIES Cool, calm and collected . . . shy grin . . . first our baton twirler, then our drum ma- jorette . . . always ready with a quick answer. JEANNINE JOHNS A lady of drama and a poten- tial radio starlett . . . has her finger in every pie . . . no permanent needed for her ever amber tresses . . . a two- year N. H. S. member . . . sweet voice . . . mistress of the keyboard. GLORIA KARTYAS "Glory" . . . a small, quiet person . . . a quick comeback for everyone . . . keen wit . . . calm personality . . . easy going . . . a very willing and competent assistant for many types of work. JOAN KLINGER A slender femme . . . long eyelashes shading soft hazel eyes . . . a member of the clan of popular and favorite seniors . . . badminton's one of her pets . . . has an origi- nal charm. RICHARD KLIN GER "Monk" . . . our president . . . plays football . . . "Look out for my collar bone" . . . short, blonde, and clever . . . nothing bothers him . . . wonder where his nickname originated? . . . red face al- ways creased with a grin . able boy . . . friend indeed. CATHERINE KOKANO- VICH "Toots" . . . charming and gay . . . a peppy varsity cheerleader .,. . completed her T. H. S. career in 3V2 years . . her sweet person- ality has made "Toms" every- one's friend. , ,J if ROBERT KORTE "Flash" . . . tall, blonde and good looking . . . "I-Iow's the weather up there?" . . . school is no worry to this boy, nor are women . . . pleasing personality . . . makes friends easily. DORIS KUHRT "Do" . . . a flash of wavy blonde hair . . . a gay smile for all . . . an active Ton- Teen member with a special passion for dancing . . . tough luck, fellas, she's already promised. ROBERT LOCKMAN "Bob" . . . editor, yearbook stalf . . . terror on the grid- iron . . . plenty of irons in the Ere, as "Chris" says . . . N. H. S. member for two years . . . one of the brighter lads in the classroom . . . a future journalist. LA VERNE LUTHER "Bunny" . . . spent several years in the Navy before re- turning to T. I-I. S .... for- mer basketballa and football star . . . clever in everything he undertakes. MARION LYONS Tall, slender, and vivacious . . . sparkling blue eyes veiled by long curly lashes . . . charming personality . . . bubbling over with laughter . . . whisked through school in QV: years . . . a swell senior. MARY LOU MAST "Louie" . . . makes a cute little waitress . . . always brimming over with energy and enthusiasm . . . a smile, a grin, or a hearty laugh an- nounces her timely arrival upon the scene. BESSIE MAY Bubbling over with spicy hu- mor . . . a typical size 9 . . . partner .prospect for Gene Kelly . . . popular with both guys and gals. KEITH MC BRIDE "Tiny" . . . the Kingfish" . . . he also plays football, girls . . . Hubba, Hubba, . . . the Charles Atlas of the seniors . . . smooth dancer . . . man about town in the full sense of word . . . has so many "T's" he sees them in his sleep. MARY ELLEN MC-COY Shy and unassuming . . . quiet yet capable . . . as sweet as the baked goods she used to sell . . . a loyal friend. HAROLD MC DANIEL "Mac" . . . a pint-sized wolf in wolf's clothing . . . travels to N. T. a lot . . . Sam's right hand man . . . his chief in- terest in life . . . well, it isn't school! . . . a four-year frat member . . . fun to be with . . . . a grand guy. AGNES MONKELBAAN Tall, blonde . . . has an in- fectious grin . . . a "hi!" for everyone . . . summed up completely-she's cute and and lots of fun. DOLORES MUCK A talented young lady . . . long, wavy blond hair . . . loves to dance . . . a wonder- ful friend and a top-notch typist. VICTORIA NEPOKROEFF Vigorous "Vicky" . . . the girl with a dashing smile . . . giddy and gay . . . has an ex- ceptional ability for sports which has earned her the position of secretary on the Athletic Council. GLEN NEUMANN "Glen" . . . an A-1 student who hangs around Kiefer's quite a bit-guess he works there . . . his quietness and reserve make him a likeable friend and good pal . . . has a bright future. GLENN NEWELL "Gummy" . . . comment from the stands . . . "Look at that boy go!" . . . here's a man to catch, girls . . . popular, no mistake . . . "Dances di- vinely," is often heard . . . not a confirmed wolf? RITA NORAS Calm, bashful, quiet nature . . . tall and slender . . . a friendly smile . . . roller skating tops her list of activ- ities . . . outside work doesn't interfere with her high scho- lastic standing . . . a very faithful friend . . . her sin- cerity will insure success. 5 5 'EF7iP,:E"-sF'f'1' 'T""F'1v:'H-'r. 5 f 1' e. '- ig , - -.1-J, . ,. .fi .J Tt.,,.,ir . eff' -' 'gl "':.' f TS.. ' 5:11-. z :- ,V rv--:-f-"M - - Lf'I",'1 'lil-pf '1 L i 3 I ,l lllf V . 'FQP1 I . . , H" 3. ' V. l L. A f a W.. -I wr ,Lu ,o ,, rift- A------ l , ,V .lift El . fl Elf ik V MARY O'NEIL One of our working girls . . . laughs easily . . . a true friend . . . a swell girl and top-notch soda server. EDWARD PARMENTIER "Pickle" . . . one of the boys who got his jersey and "T" for football . . . a torpedo in the pool . . . Ton-Teen regu- lar . . . popular with both sexes . . . watch for him in the future. ESTHER PERESIE Shy smile . . . listens more than she talks . . . has a sub- dued friendliness . . . is sin- cere and sweet. MARGARET PLACE "Peggy" . . . a whirlwind on the basketball court . . . po- tential football material . . . always sees the funny side of life . . . never without a timely quip . . . definitely the life of the party. BETTY POOLE A newcomer to T. H. S .... quiet and unassuming . . . has a carefree outlook on life . . . a grand girl. ALAN POWER "Chick" . . . yet another member of the illustrious Power clan . . . this boy is one who lets nothing bother him . . . shy, but an ardent sports fan. ' FRED RECI-I "Freddy" . . . recognized by his creamed-colored convert- ible and collegiate brush cut . . . pumps air into the wheels of progress . . . a gay Lo- thario, so the femmes report. ELIZABETH REID "Red" . . . crimson locks . . . freckles . . . a cheerful dis- position . . . natural athletic ability-all add up to "Red" . . . a well-liked senior. l.',,...c. tiff' v5"1'r If Aim V, P. ,wir-' I 1. ., ,. ,.,. , l w 1' - 't 'E'FWf If--" mi. I MARY REID Small . . . raven-haired . . . the gal with the grin . . . happy-go-lucky outlook on life . . . unfailing sense of hu- mor . . . grade A cheerleader . . . easy to know but hard to forget. FRED RICHELL "Ferdy" . . . here's a lad who believes in the old saying, "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of women!" . . . a good driv- er? . . . if you don't think so, ask him . . . wants to be a pattern maker . . . good luck to him! WAYNE ROACH "Pepe" . . . a sincere and loyal member of the Senior Class . . . full of pep . . . favorite expression - "I'll have those book reports in Monday!" . . . would like to be an illustrator . . . his mod- est ways impress all those he meets. GEORGE ROBILLARD "Lefty" . . . a gleam in his eye, not to be mistaken for ambition . . . not lazy, just takes his time . . . work in school holds no terrors for him . . . easy going . . . lots of fun . . . a "Boating half- back." EDWIN ROBINS "Eddie" . . . the boy with the Buick . . . girls say "Look at that cute little boy!" . . . fun galore . . . short on frame, long on ideas . . . chemistry lab would be empty without him. ALICE ROSE One of our tall seniors . . . a conscientious and diligent worker . . . quiet smile . . . reserved humor . . . being a non-resident limits her extra- curricular activity. JOEL ROSOKOFF "Joe" . . . "Whaddya say, huh?" . . . a popular young man among the seniors . . . basketball manager before he went off to the wars . . . knows his photography like the back of his hand . . . favorite saying, "Don't forget the Marines!" . . . luck to you, Joe! EDWARD ROSS "Eddie" . . . rather quiet . . . has a sense of humor . . . al- ways ready for a classroom discussion . . . at home with a drawing board . . . a com- petitor for Varga. P12 H . lg, L ,.l. nfl: w. ,iff fp li 45, , W w l im' 1 HT :,. an ,-.g'5fff' l gf rf' ,Ati - vm N. win.. Rav :ff ' slit F w FI. v vw V E ,l l' , W' ll L. I Nl 'I , , 1 W xt- M. 1 mr at - r' '- Mi' w.. w N, H ,. l . xv., ,t -,f J. :r ,.:.c.zquu:z,,.-rggrssraus--T , . tmmnnglgmuuu-pq f l----- f w' .1-Av '- E V., - ,, - .15 -n ELLEN RUMBOLD "Sugar and spice and every- thing nice" . . . can whip up a good hot fudge in no time at all . . . a studious little miss . . . engaged to a pair of bell-bottom trousers. DUANE RUNYAN Popular fellow . . . fine actor . . . smooth dancer who also swings it . . . his behavior in the classroom makes him stick out-like a sore thumb! . . . excellent sense of humor . . . a handy fellow on the basketball court-he says. RAYMOND SANDERSON "Sandy" . . . our next year's football captain . . . an excel- lent sports' and scholastic record combine to make him an 'all-around good fellow . . . modest . . . unassuming . . . has a way with those of the fairer sex. PHYLLIS SCHLUETER "Phyl" . . . a tall, slick chick . . . one of the model variety . . . long and beautiful tresses . . . smooth on the dance iioor. GERALD SIDELL "Si" . . . rather nonchalant . . . worked diligently for his football "T" . . . a popular member of the renowned "Gang" . . . really a swell gui'- JOHN SISSON Seemingly shy but not to those who know him . . . a prevalent sense of humor that characterizes his outlook on life . . . N. H. S. member for two years . . . business staff manager . . . at home in the pool . . . a dependable and likeable friend. KATHERINE SMITH "Katy" . . . another of those cute half-pints from out Am- herst way . . . one of Miss Seaman's efficient helpers . . . a whiz in the classrooms. SUE SOLOMON Glamorous tresses combined with placid dark eyes . . . born with a dance floor under her feet and a love of music not unusual to her family! . . . super salesmanship . . . excellent secretarial ability . . . "an all-around, popular girl." ,JL " fl GORDON STANTON "Gordie" . . . a rather reserv- ed lad . . . occupied part of that lively corner in the senior homeroom . . . won his football jersey this year . . . drives around in a green car . . . new nickname-The "Green Hornet." LOIS STREETER A warm friendly smile . . . gay giggles with a touch of mischief added . . . pretty, natural curly hair . . . likes sports . . . a true friend. MARILYN STREHLOW "Mare" . . . long brown hair and laughing eyes . . . super taste in clothes . . . fascinat- ing company . . . likes lime "cokes," cats, and Sammy Kaye's music . . . a friend that its in anyone's dream department. JOANNE STUMPF Small, dark and vivacious . . . N. H. S. vice-president . . . Ton-Teen's her second home . . . ass't editor of "The Tona- wandan" . . . laughing brown eyes . . . personality plus . . . an exception to the rule that "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes." GERALD SWISHER "Gerry" . . . long and lean . . . came to the senior home- room in January . . . knows his history . . . a very popular fellow . . . works at Matthies . . . milkshake king . . . one of the best. RUTH TEETER A quiet and reserved person- ality . . . slow and graceful in movement . . . clever with a paint brush and paper . . . always willing to lend a help- ing hand. DOROTHY THOMAS "Dot" . . . a girl with a sweet, soft voice . . . friendly eyes . . . a personality that is truly pleasant . . . she takes every- thing in her stride. GENEVIEVE THOMSEN Another sports-minded girl . . . quite adept in the secre- tarial field . . . light-hearted . . . easy going . . . she can see the brighter side of life. ,tt-2. E 5 41,.m.im5....,,,F,..::-r- ' J V.. - 1 , -, in-.. H . M ' L in 1. ., ill-V ' 1 Y nw w T 3 s I! , , hi' 1' . mg: ', . iff' ' at ML' ,,. ,7.,..,,.-..r. M. -it N ,, . if -it ,- 1 1- 1655.11 ' i fri 75 ROLAND TIEBOR Shy but studious . . . a good friend . . . plays in our band . . . works after school . . . an industrious lad . . . sure to make a name for himself. ROBERT TOMM "Bob" . . . amateur photog- rapher . . . 'a hard worker . . . quiet, industrious . . . has a dry sense of humor . . . it is really a pleasure to know him. JOY TOWNSEND Lives up to her name . . . full of pep . . . favorite pastime dancing at the Ton-Teen . sings in the chorus . . . ardent supporter of our school. JOHN ULRICH "Gooch" . . . popular man about town and school . . . really jives those ivory keys . . . speedy halfback that throws a mean block . . . no angel in the classroom . . . smooth dancer . . . always has a joke . . . a swell fellow. MARION VAN HISE Pretty eyes . . . sweet smile . . . a shy, retiring way . . . atttentive in the classroom . . . dependable in her work . . . talented invher singing . . . we wish her the best of luck for a happy future. WILLIAM VAN SON "Bill" . . . a Grand Island boy . . . former member of the Merchant Marine . . . outside work does not interfere with his scholatsic ability . . . finished high school in about 5 years. JOYCE VOLKER Attractive brunette from out Amherst way . . . a smile all her own . . . likes roller skat- ing . . . always enjoys a good time . . . lots of fun. THOMAS WALKER "Cork" . . . plays a mean left halfback . . . fools around in the gym during basketball season . . . easy going . . . his humor is as subtle as his ap- pearance . . . N. H. S. mem- ber for two years . . . a de- bonair fellow. K GEORGE WALTER Owns a typical brush cut, a friendly grin and a knack for getting into mischief . . . a member of the "Buick gang" . . . has a iiendish passion for high speed driving . . . never a minute to spare. RICHARD WANGLER "Dick" . . . star-diver on our swimming team . . . valuable fellow on the football field . . . easily recognized by his '32 Ford . . . sterling friend . . . well-liked by the student body. SHIRLEY XWESTRA "Shirl" . . . sparkling person- ality . . . irresistible charm . . . truly a perfect friend . . . light-hearted and gay, with giggles galore . . . these assets comprise a very popular senior. BARBARA WHIT E "Barb" . . . sweet, loyal, sin- cere . . . has a warm, winning personality . . . is fun to be with . . . active in sports . . . N. H. S. member for two years . . . has shiny brown hair and soft brown eyes . . . a very popular senior. RUTH WILLIAMS A petite blonde with a mania for roller skating . . . an honor student and a sports' fan . . . "Ruthie" will have fun wherever she goes. FRANKLIN YOUNG "Knobby" . . . pocket size edition . . . went out for foot- ball and basketball . . . one of the "Luncheonette" gang . . . not bothered by anything much . . . friendly little fel- low . . . the Army already has a bid for him. FRANK ZELLNER "Rookie" . . . T. H. S. basket- ball star . . . he played end in football . . . "Whaddya mean on my back?" . . . his small stature is no drawback . . . good student . . . all-around good guy . . . fine friend to have. ADDITIONAL SENIORS CHARLES HEDRICH JAMES KELEHER NORBERT Hooprn DONALD LAMP CAROL YOCKEY fX ' ' - ff' ALMA XVXATER Qu ' . EWZJJ- JJMLJJ-'IGI une Na-A-G'RA'5 SPEEU-me WA-TEES, swear-me wwe sas, rfb ' B I g D ZAJ.JJTE1JJJAJHPJJIJ.fl W'-"'+'q-'H JA"-W l U4 HJ! 'LJ 2 . D , A YI b f ' 9 P 71+ ' J-, . B ' WHETH'ER :une mlm-lc :ou-Fz.xnT, UN AW-Lsiixc FLQLD, 'Lv 4 Q -B, 4 J. I J -L , H on. IN Ln-rea uses :mm BATT-LES,MA'f mn New-an YIELD- D b 1 .Ls U I' 9-U X ' A-JL-1-,T 9 X H FKDM we HEHRTS THE commas cone-m,sau.vo-5-rn FAR AND NIGH., i' '- M ' , n - I n bw, ff . 0 X gm EJ . HAIL, TBTTIEE OUR Mnvm MA-WR Tom A wm-uh HIGH- Qi1lll, 1 X X vbdl-J-J JJL, xi L-2M N 'sf ,ox ABRAHAM, MARTHA Valley Ball I, 2, 5, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3: Tennis l 2: Softball I. 2. 3: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3: Badminton 3. ANDERSON, ANDREW Non-resident. BANAS, DOLORES BARBAS, RICHARD Swimming 2, 3, 4. BENTON, THOMAS Non-resident. BERINGER, PHILLIP Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 4: Badminton 4: Intramural Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 3. 4. BERNDT, EILEEN BERNHARDT, ALBERT Intramural Softball I. 2. 3: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football Z, 3, 4: Hardball 4. BIEHLER. MARY JANE Non-resident. BRADLEY, ROBERT Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Softball 3, 4: Badminton 2. BRAND, STUART N. H. S. 3, 4: J. C. L. 2, 3, 4: Football 5. 4: Swimming I, 2, 3: Athletic Assn. Representative: Intramural Volleyball Z, -1: Yearbook Stall 4: Real Cross Drive 4: junior Dance Commit- tee: Intramural Badminton 2: Badminton 2: Senior Play. Hellzapopping Assembly: Softball 4. BRAUN. RICHARD Swimming 3. 4. BRIDGE. BETTY BRITT, LORRAINE Yearbook Staff 4: Boosters' Club: Senior Candy Sale: Arch Bearer 3. BROWNING, EVELYN Public Speaking 2: Dramatics 3. BUCKOUT, JEAN Chorus 2, 5. 4: Swimming 4. BUNDY, FREDERICK Band 1, 2, 3. fl: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4. BURNGASSER, NORBERT Basketball I. 2. 3. 4: Football I, 2: Senior Class Treasurer 4. BURT, JEANNE Yearbook Typing Staff 4. BYLENOK, ANITA Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 1. 2: Hot Dog Stand Committee 4: War Bond Committee 3: Yearbook Staff 4: J. C. I.. 4: Magazine Representative l: Senior Candy Sale: Arch Bearer 3: Usher Ill Commencement 3. CHALMERS. DORIS CHAMBERLAIN, HAROLD CHILDS, GORDON Archery 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Physical Fitness Club 3: Victory Corps Z. COLOSIMO. KAY Moved from out of town. COOK, JEAN gint Dog Committee 4: War Bond Committee 5: Senior Candy a e. CRAWLEY. LOUISE Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 5, 4: Varsity 3, 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Soccer 3, 4: Badminton 3, 4. DENZ, FRED Football 4: Swimming 4: T. Club 4: Volleyball 4: Baseball 4. l DEVLIN, MARY LOUISE Volleyball 3, 4: J. C. l., 4: Badminton 5. DISCHINGER, WILLIAM Dramatic Club 1: J C. L. 2, 4: lntramural Basketball I: Intramural Baseball 1. 2, 4: Football Mgr. I, 2. 4: Sr. Mgr. 4: Basketball I. 2, 4: T. Club 4: Class Ring Committee 4: Class President l. DOAK, HELEN Basketball li Volleyball t, 4. ELLIOT. JOANNE Basketball 1: Volleyball 4: French Club 4: J. C. L. 4. ENZINNA, FRANCES Basketball 1. 2, Captain I: Volleyball l, 2, 4. Cn-Captain 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2, President l: Boosters' Club 2, 5: Bowling Club 1, 2: Yearbook Business Staff: Riding Club 4: Badminton I, 2: Football Refreshment Committee 4: Candy Sale 4: May Dance Committee 3: Magazine Sale Rep. 3. ERWELL, OLIVE Girl Reserves I, 2: Volleyball 2, Co-Captain 4, Co-Captain Varsity 4: Softball 1, 2, Varsity 2: Bowling Club 1, 2: Basket- ball l: Basketball Refreshment Committee 3. PRITZKE, BERNHARDT Swimming 3: Football 4. GADEMSKY, CALVIN Swimming 1: Football 2, 4: Intramural Volleyball. GARLOCK, JEANETTE ' Softball 1, 2: Bnketball l, 2, 3: Badminton 2, 3: Badminton Doubles Consolation Champs 2: Volleyball 1, 2. 3, 4, Captain: Bowling Club 2: Football Refreshment Committee 4: Boosters' Club 3, 4: Chorus I: Basketball Refreshment Committee 3. GEARHEART, JENNIE Volleyball lg Basketball lgj. C. L. 4. GEORGE, WILLIAM Manager of Magazine Sale 4: Poster for Book Week 4. GIPP, JANET Basketball 2: Library Assistant 1: Boosters' Club 2, 5, 4: Bad- minton 2: Bowling Club I, 2: Soccer 2. GOLDE, LEONA Boosters' Club 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: junior Class Secretary 3: Vice-President of the Senior Class: Senior Play: Badminton 2: Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4: Library Assistant 2: Hellzapoppin' Assembly 4: Attendant at Junior May Dance: Dramatic Club Play 4: Music Club 3: Bowling Club 1. GOODMAN, ROGER Intramural Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball I: Table Tennis I, 2: Softball l, 2. HADDEN, DON Cheerleading 2. 3. 4: Bowling Club 2: Boosters' Club 2, 3, Pres. 3: Badminton 3. fig Table Tennis 2. HALLIWILL, MAXINE Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, See. and Treas. 4: Girls' Chorus 2. 3. fi: Bowling Club l, 2: Archery Club 2: Girls' Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3: Basketball 2. 5. 4: Softball I, 2: Bad- minton 2, 5, 'lg Representative for Magazine Sale 5: J. C. l.. 3, 4: Yearbook Art Stztlf fl: Dramatic Club Play 2, 3: Soccer 2, 3: Music Club 3: Boosters' Club 2. 5. 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Volleyball 2, 5, 4: Arch Bearer 5: Usher at Commencement 5. HARMON, DORIS J. C. L. 5, 4: Spanish Club 33 Art Stnff 4: Class Banner Com- mittee 4: Baton Twirler 3, 4: Boosters' Club fi: jr. Red Cross 4: Advertising Chairman Spring Concert 3: Senior Candy Sales: Riding Club Il: Senior Play 4: N. H. S. 4: Publicity Stall, Senior Play. HEDRICH, CHARLES HELP, ROY Football 2. 3, 4: T. Club 4: Intramural Badminton 2: Photog- raphy Club l. HliLWlG. ELIZABETH Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain l, 4: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 43 Swimming I, 2, 3: Badminton I, 2, 3. 4, Champ 3: Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Magazine Sale Rep. 4: Booster Club 3. 4: Yearbook Business Staff: Candy Sale 4: Bowling Cluh I, 2: Riding Club 4: junior May Dance Committee: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 4. HENDLIER. GLORIA Yearbook Typing Staff: Booster Club 4: Senior Candy Sale. HILFERDING, ROSEMARY J. C. L. 3, 4g Dramatic Club 2, 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3: Valley- ball: Soccer 2: Boosters' Club 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 2: Softball 2: Basketball Refreshment Committee 3. HILLMAN, MARIAN ' Dramatic Club t. 2, 3, 4: J. C. L. 3, 4: Yearbook Art Staff: Volleyball Manager fl: Riding Club 4: Chorus 4. HOLLER, IMELDA Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Business Stull: junior May Queen 3: Badminton 4: Senior Class Secretary: Basketball I. HOLTZ, ROBERT HOWARD, DONALD U. S. Navy-27 months. HOWLANID, HELEN Badminton I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Softball 1: Volleyball 3: Booster Club 3, 4: Football Refreshment Committee 4: Basket- ball Refrcshment Committee 3. HUDSON, HENRY Football 3, 4. HUFF, DORIS Chorus 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 2: Volleyball 1, 5: Booster Club 4: Soccer I: Magazine Sale Staff 4. HY, LILLIAN Basketball lg Chorus 4: Volleyball 1: Booster Club 4: Candy Sale 4 : Football Refreshment Committee 4. JACOBI, HENRIETTA Non-resident. JACOBS, NELLIE Volleyball l, 2, 4, Captain 4: Basketball l, 2, 4: Softball 1, 2: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club l: Yettrlmok Typing Staff: Riding Club -1: Football Refreshment Committee 4: Candy Sale 4: Swimming I, 2, 3, 4: Badminton 4: junior May Dance Committee 3: War Bond Sale 2, 3. JAMIETES, ARLENE Dramatic Club 3, 4: Baton Twirler 31 Drum Maiorette 4: Chorus 4: French Club 4: J. C. L. 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 3, 4: Speaking Contest 3. JOHNS JIZANNINE National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 4: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4: French Club 4: Swimming I, 2, 3, 4: Speak- ing Contest Winner l: Senior Play Committee 4: Hellzapop- pin' Assembly 4: Girl Reserves 3: Art Editor 4: Girls' All- State 3: Music Club 3. KARTYAS, GLORIA Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Music Club 3: J. C. I.. 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3: Girl Reserves I, 2: Yearbook Etlitoriatl Stall 43 Photography Club 2: Basketball Refreshment Committee 3: Arch Bearer 3. KLINGER, JOAN Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3: J. C. L. 2, 3, fi: Basket- lmll l, 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 5: Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball Z: Soccer 2, 5: Girl Reserves I, 2: Yearbook Editorial Staff -'ig Magazine Snle Representative 4: Photography Club 2: Basket- ball Refreshment Committee 3: Arch Bearer 3: National Honor Society fl. KLINGER, RICHARD Archery l, 2: Football 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Table Tennis 3, 4: Badminton 2, 5, 4: j. C. L. 3, 4: Senior Class President: Senior Play Committee 4: Band I, 2, 5, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: gtitnio: May Dance Committee 3: lntramural Softball 2: Senior ay . KOKANOVICH, CATHERINE Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4: Volleyball 2, 3. 4: Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2: Badminton 2, 3, fig Soccer 3: Archery 1: Cheerleading l, 2, 3. ff: Girl Reserves I, 2: J. C. I.. 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 5, 4. KORTE, ROITERT Swimming 3: Football 4: Intramural Basketball 3, Il: Volley- ball Z, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2, 3: Batlminton 2, 3. KUHRT. DORIS Basketball l, 2: Girl Reserves l, 2: junior May Dance Com- mittee 5: Booster Club 2, 3. LAMP, DONALD Football l, Z, 5: Intramural llaskctball I. Z. 5: Marine Corps 32 months: T. Club 4 Years. LOCKMAN, ROBERT Football 5, 4: National l-lunor Society 5. -i. Trettsurer 4: Freshman President: Volleyball 2, 4: J. C. I.. Z. A, 4: Vire- Presitlent 4: Yearbook litlilor 4: 'l'. ll. S. Notes Z, 5, 'lt Senior Class Banner Cllllllllilllllil T. Club fi: Senior Play Stage Man- ager: lflellzttpoppio' Assembly. LUTHER, l.A VliRNli Football I, Z, 3, fl:li:tsketl1:tll 5, 'iz 'l'. Club 2, 3, -I: U. S. Navy. 3 years. LYONS, MARION MAST, MARY LOU Volleyball l, 2: llaskctbztll l, 2: Swimming l, 2: Girl Reserves I, 2: Booster Club 5: Chorus I: Cilntiy Sale 4: Watr llontl Sale 2, 3. MAY, IIESSIH Volleyball l, 2: llasltulball I, 2: Table Tennis l: Booster Club 2. 3, 4: Magavine Sale 4: Yearbook Typing Staff 4: War Bond Sale 2, 5. MC lllllllli, KEITH Swimming I. 2, 14, 4, Ca tain 4: Football 2, 3, 4: T. Club I, 2, Vice-Prceaitleut 5, Presitient 4: J. C. L. 3, 4. MC COY, MARY lil.l.llN Intramural llnsketbttll 2, 5: Chorus I, 2, 3. MC DANIITI., HAROLD Archery Club I : Rowling Club: Business Yearbook Stall 4. MONKELBAAN. AGNES Non-resident. MUCK, DOLORES Magazine Sale Committee 4: Yearbook Typing Stall. NEPOKROEFF, VICTORIA Volleyball I, 2, 5, 4, Captain 3: Basketball l, 2, 3. 4, Captain 1, Varsity 5, 4: liatlminton I, 2, 5, 4: Softball I, 2: Booster Club l, 2, 3, 4: junior Dance Committee: Yearbook Business Sunil: Bowling Club I, 2: Riding Club 4: Candy Sale 4: Swim- ming Team I, 2, 3: Magazine Sale Representative: Bond Sale Representative: I-lot Dog Committee: Secretary of Athletic Council: Soccer 2, 3, 4. NEUM ANN. GLENN Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball -I: Intra- mural Bascbnll 2, 3, 4. NEXVIZLL, GLENN Football I, 2, 3, 4. NORAS, RITA Non-resident: Library Assistant. O'Nlill-1 MARY Basketball 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4: Table Tennis 2, 5, -I: llatla minton l, 2, 5. 4: Iloostcr Club 2, 3: Chorus I, 3, 4: lla:-eball 4: Swimming l, 2, 3: lletl Cross 4. PARMIZNTIER, EDXVARD Football 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Volleyball 5: T. Club Vice-President 4. PERESIIE, ESTHER Softball 2. PLACE, MARGARET Basketball I, 2, 5, 4: llascball I. 2. 3, 4: Badminton 1, Z, 5. 4: Student Referee 2, 3, 4: Table Tennis 2, 3: Soccer l, 2, 5, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3: Varsity Basketball I, 2. 3, 4. POOLE, BETTY POWER, ALAN Intramural Softball 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 3. 4: Intra- mural Vollcybnll I, 2. 3. 4: Football -lg Baseball -1. RECH, FRED Swimming 2, 3: Football 2, 5, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Victory Corps 1, 2. REID, ELIZABIETH Table Tennis I, Z: lladminton l, 2, 5: Basketball 2, 5: Soccer I, 2, 3: Baseball I, 2, 3: Volleyball I, 2: Swimming Team l, 2: Varsity Basketball 3: Basketball Manager I : Dramatic Club I, 2, 5: J. C. L. 4: French Club 1, 2: Bowling Club I: I-lot Dog Committee 4. REID, MARY Basketball l, 2. 3: Varsity 5, 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Barl- minton I, 2, 3: Baseball I. 2. 5. 4: Chuerleacling I, 2, 5, 4. RICHHLI., FRED Football 2, 5: Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Victory Corps I, 2: Intramural Basketball 4. ROACH, NVAYNII Dramatic Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club Play 4: Intramural Dad- mintnn 3: Intramural Volleyball 4: Physical Fitness Club Z, 3, President 2, 5. ROBILLARD, GEORGE ' ROBINS, EIJWIN Hot Dog Committee 4: Senior Play 4. ROSE, ALICE Non-resident: Chorus: Candy Salesman. ROSOKOFF, JOEL U. S. M. C.: Plmtoggrnphy Stall, Yearbook 4l-44: Football 41- 44: Basketball Manager 42-44: T. Club 44-46: Magazine Sale 45: Intramural Basketball 42: Treasurer of Junior Class 44: Komment Stall 41442. ROSS, EDXVARI7 Yearbook Stall' 4: Bowling Club 4. RUMHOLD, ELLEN Basketball I, 2, 3, -I, Varsity 4: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming Team 2. 3: Baseball I, 2, 3: Batlminton I, Z. 3. 4: Table Tennis I. 2: Shulllc Board 5, 4: Chorus 2, Ps, 4: Soccer 2, 5: Magazine Sale Staff fl: Retl Cross -I: Xlilar Bontl Sale 3. Rl INYAN, DUANIE Basketball 2. 5. fl: Football Z: Intramural Basketball I: Intra- 'mural Volleyball I, Z, 5, 4: Intramural Softball l, 2, 5, 4: Il. C. I.. 2. 5. 4: President of j. C. L. 5: Intramural Table Tennis I, 2. s, 4: llramatic Club 2, 3. 4: Magazine Sale 4. SANDIERSON, RAYMOND Football l, 2, 5, 4: Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Volleyball l, 2, 5, 4: Intramural Baseball l, 2, 3: T. Club 4: Victory Corps I, 2. SCHI.UliTER, PHYLLIS Swimming Team l. 2. 3. SIDIELI.. GERALD lioutbail 2, 5, 4: Basketball Z: Intramural Basketball I. 3, 4: T. Club 4: Photography Club I. SISSONJOIIN Intramural Basketball 1: French Cluh 2: Varsity Swimming 1, 5: N. ll. S. 3, 4: Yearbook Business Manager fl: Junior Varsity Football 4: jr. Retl Cross H. S., Council President 4. SM l'l'H, KATH liRlNli Non-resident: Library Assistant 5, 4. SOLOMON. SUE Basketball l, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Volleyball 1: Booster Club 3, 4: Typing Stall' 4: Magazine Salt: Committee. STANTON, GORDON Football 4: Intramural Basketball 2. STRlili'l'liR. LOIS Swimming Team 2. STREHLOXV, MARILYN Yearbook Business Stall: Magazine Sale Committee -1: Basket- ball I, 2, 5, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Volleyball l, 2: Badminton 2, 5, 4: Girl Reserves I, Z: Booster Club 3, 4: Arch Bearer 3: Dramatic Club 5: Bowling Club Z: Chorus 2. 3: Basketball Refreshment Committee 5: Senior Play 4: National Honor Society 4. STUMPF, JOANNIE Bowling Club: llatlminton l. 2: Booster Club l, Z, 4: Girl Reserves l, Z: Ton-Teen Entertainment Committee 3: Chair- man of Basketball Refreshment Committee 31 junior May Dance Committee 5: j. C, L. 2, 5. 4: Arch Bearer 3: Vice- Prasiclcnt oi junior Class: Yearbook Staff 3. 4, Assistant Etlitor 4: Senior Play Committee 4: Senior Play 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Vice-President 4. SXVlSl'IliR, GERALD TEIETIER, RUTH THOMAS, DORUTHY Tl-IOMSEN, GENEVIIYVE Basketball I, Z, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 5, 41 Table Tennis I, 2: Girl Reserves 1. TIIZHOR. ROLAND Bantl I, 1. 3. 4: Orchestra 3, 4. TOMM, ROBERT - Archery Club I, 2. 3, 4: Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3. 4: Intra- mural liatlminton 5: Volleyball 3, 4: Intramural Baseball l, 2, 5, -I: Pl1otograpltyStalf ll. TOXVNSENID, ,IOY Swimming I, 2, 3. 4: Volleyball 4: Chorus 4: Booster Club Z, 5, 4: French Club 4. ULRICH. JOHN VAN IIISE, MARION VAN SON, NVII.l.lAM - U. S. Merchant Marine, I4 months. VOLKER. JOYCE j. C. I.. Z, 5, 4: Library Assistant: Christmas Program 1: Non-- resitlettt, XVALKIER, THOMAS Football Z, 5, JI: Basketball Z, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball lg Arfhery Club Z: Intramural Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President of Sophomore Class: junior Class President: Yearbook Etli- torial Staff -1: Senior Class Banner Committee: T. Club 4: National llonor Society 5, 4: President 4. XVAl.'l'lZR, GEORGE Yearbook Business Staff 4: Non-rr.-sitlent. XVANCELIER, RICHARD Football 2, 5, 4: Volleyball Z, 3, 4: Swimming Z, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3: Archery 2. 5: T. Club 4, XVIFSTRA. SHIRLEY Volleyball I. 2, 5. 4, Captain 3: Basketball I, 2, 5, 4, Captain 2: Varsity Basketball Captain 4: Hatlminton l, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, Z, President Z: Softball 2: Ton-Teen Decorating Committee: Booster Club 3: Junior May Dance Committee. WIIITIE, BARBARA Basketball l, 2, 5, 4, Captain 4: Varsity 4: Batlminton I, 1, gl, 4: Volleyball 5: Swimming I, 2, 5: Softball 2, 3: Soccer Z, 5: Girl Reserves I, Z, President Z: Ton-Teen Boartl ol Ilireutors 4, Secretary 4: Booster Club 511. C. L. 2, 5, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Yearbook Editorial Staff 4: junior May Dante Committee 5: Photography Club 2: Basketball Refreshment Committee Bl: War Bond Sale: Senior Play 4. XVILIJAMS, RUTH Cheerleader 2: Library Assistant 3, 4: Christmas Play I. YOUNG, FRANKLIN Intramural Basketball l. 2, 4: Football 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 2, 3: Victory Corps I, 2: Badminton 2, 3. ZIZLLNIER, FRANK Basketball 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 4: Intramural Basketball 1: Intramural Baseball I, 2, 5, 4: Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 5, 4: T. Club 4: Senior Class Banner Committee: Junior May Dance Committee 3: Badminton l, 2: Archery I. Worms were the topic of this year's Senior Play entitled "Spring Green." Under the able directorship of Miss Buck, the production got under way at 8:15 P.M. on April 12, 1946. This night will be remembered by many, not excluding the cast itself. The director, her assistant Jeannine johns, the stage crew, cast, and the many other people needed to put on the play are all to be congratulated on their fine showing. DIRECTOR MISS MARGARET BUCK CAST We all could get right into the mood of the play thru the competent acting of Wayne Roach, Joanne Stumpf, Marilyn Strehlow, jack Ulrich, and the others of the cast. Newton's problems with his worms and the Major's problems with New- ton all made the evening an enjoyable one. Due to lack of space Barbara White and "Eddie" Robins were omitted from the snaps on the next page. Top row: J. Ulrich, S. Brand, W. Roach Middle row: R. Klinger, L. Golde, F. Denz, R. Sanderson Bottom row: E. Robins, J. Stumpf, B. White, M. Strehlow Missing from piclure: D. Harmon, R. Williams, G. Newell, F. 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' . , in 3 ill ' , g V s fr ' - + -J NJ K X ll ' ' x, - - " if f M in ' Q2 x 7 . gg 6' fu' N v x -I I ul ' OH' is Au I' ' - ' V ,T - N C, -A 44. - . : 5 1 ' fx . JE' E 1- uennxue I K .1 75 Y - Cv 7 A .' I T! f A '-12, 1' N- 5 , H in ' "T , Vw. 4 X Y I K X . . dltwk 'my ' 1' o 71 I Y ' 1 Vs? X' W '- 3 C' H'S,' i . ' X ' rf jr' .. KQQ V ' Er, wir I ' x'-' at ,J 4- K X X I px 1 . -1 it r L Q. X A .d ' ,-9.l. jj X' 6 Kg 12 P SS V . K. 'r 13. Qs N' XJ I - HD'HuM's! A ! B si Doe-64:86 g'hs ls-:fl - N . J.Johnf, A IM "GOAL TO GO" Our energetic Junior Class, located in Homerooms 206 and 208, has really kept things "buzzing" this year. With such advisers as Mrs. Neasmith, Mr. Lloyd, and Mrs. Harmon how could we possibly fail? We started the year right by electing joe Hurst as president, Peggy Brooks as vice-president, John Ryan as treasurer, and Nancy Hare as secretary. These capable and peppy oflicers have served as a backbone for our successful class. On the gridiron such stars as "Rog" Kaiser and Erwin Schlagenhauf displayed invincible courage. However, swimming seemed the sport which held the most interest for our junior fellows. Without our two record breaking champs "Chink" Jacobs and John Russel, along with Alfred Koch, Bob Teeter, Dick Burgler, and Bob Brush, Tonawanda wouldn't have had its championship team. Our capable photographers Dick Copeland, "Skip" Chase, Carl Waterstrat, Warren Hils and Barney Volker assisted our big brothers and sisters, the seniors, in producing this year's "Tonawandan." Don't be mitaken though, for the Junior Class did not consist entirely of men. Our feminine members were not idle either. jane Miller, Lois Hamblet, and Claire Reed were among the first to gain fame when they were chosen to represent our class on the "A" squad of cheerleaders. Nancy Hare and Lois Grabbitt also won recognition on the "B" squad. The gym rang with the shouts of many of our girls playing badminton, volley- ball, basketball, and baseball, while other girls, more interested in swimming, splashed in the pool. The pros and cons of the Junior Class were present in every organization, includ- ing the Dramatic Club, Boosters' Club, French Club, and junior Classical League. A few of our lucky students even received honor society slips. ' At the Ton-Teen we danced to the popular orchestra of our fellow-classman, "Skip" Chase. Briefiy, all we can say is that no one was able to keep the. juniors out ot activities. Now we are planning ahead for our last year at T.H.S. We earnestly hope that we can achieve the success which has been gained by this year's Senior Class. I Treasurer, john Ryan: Sefretary, Nancy Hareg Vice-President, Peggy Brooksg President, joe Hursg CLASS OFFICERS f- xi' QS .' lx A nm gain 4333: mg L Q .f 5 -1' L X 'ag A JUNIOR CLASS CLASS ADVISERS Mrs. Neasmith, Mr. Lloyd, Mrs. Harmon -L JUNIOR CLASS Row I: Ilefl to rigbtj M. Ackerman, W. Allan, L. Alt, J. Ball, D. Bashor, B. Beattie, W. Bell, B. Benzino, M. E. Bingaman, E. Boehnke, M. Bentz Row 2: N. Brietenbach, S. Briggs, M. Brooks, P. Brooks, L. Brown, V. Bruns, R. Brush, M. Buckeye, R. Burgler, E. Burngasser, F. Bidell Row 3: R. Childs, G. Clark, R. Consier, R. Copeland, R. Cramer, C. Cramer, E. Crawford, M. A. Dahl, J. Daul, J. Davern, R. Derner, L. Chase Row 4: S. Dietrich, M. Drake, C. Doleman, T. Eckstein, W. Ensminger, J. Ernst, B. Fiala, N. Fordyce, T. Forrman, B. Frantz, Frew, S. Freise, R. Gadt, S. Bush Row 1: Klefl to riglnlj M. Garrity, I-I. Giese, L. Grabbit, R. Graham, J. Guidcr, L. Hamblet, M Hankinson, N. Hare, M. Heim, R. Heimback Row 2: S. Heimgartner, W. Hils, E. Hobler, R. Hoelperl, D. Huges, J. Hurst, L. Hurst, D. Hy J. Jacobi, R. Jackson Row 3: B. Janowsky, R. Johnson, M. Jukes, O. Keller, R. Kobernuss, R. Koch, V. Kocsis, D Kolb, L. Kolb Row 4: M. Kolb, E. Koster, M. Kraft, L. Kramer, A. Kress, E. Kruse, A. Kurth, N. Lake, R. Larkin, J. Larry, E. Larsen Absent from pictures: .R. Burgler, N. Dalphin, R. Christy, D. Griswold, R. Kaiser, B. Knapp, A. Koch, F. Lasky, W. Lasky JUNIOR CLASS Row 1: flefl io rigblj S. Licse, j, Little, N. Little, S. Lorenz, P. Lorich, V. Lucsok, D. Lyons C. Martin, L. Martin, R. Masters , Row 2: R. McAninch, M. McWhirter, L. Merrill, M. I.. Metzger, R. M. Metzger, D. Miller, D Miller, j. Miller, M. Muck, G. Nachbaur, L. Nagel Row 3: 'R. Newman, R. Newman, I. Noras, C. Olsen, S. Orth, F. Ott, H. Pagels, J. Palmatier, C Parker, S. Rebmann Row 4: C. Reed, D. Regnet, R. Robert, A. Rockenbrbck, S. Rockenbrock, J. Roberts, D. Roy, E Ruettiman, M. Rummer, J. Ryan, M. Schinaman, D. Schendel Absent from picture: G. MacFadyn, E. Mahnk, R. Pearce Row 1: Ileft to rigbtj E. Schlagenhauf, L. Schriver, M. Schultz, W. Scott, M. Sinicropi, C. Sim- son, M. Slater, R. Smeller, B. Smith, J. Smith, M. Smith Row 2: G. Snyder, M. Sommerfeldt, P. Stack, R. Stahl, P. Steves, L. Stoberl, E. Summers, R Swable, J. Summerville, R. Teeter Row 3: J. Turner, W. Varney, W. Vigrass, H. Voelcker, A. Voisinet, V. Walton, A. Wark, C. Watersrrat, R. Waterstrat, F. Webb, N. Webb Row 4: j. Welch, B. Wenske, J. Whitefield, G. Whyte, C. Wild, F. Will, B. Winter, J. Young, M. Zahm, M. Zimmerman, W. Smith Absent from picture: F. Steele, A. Winchell, R. Winters 1 1 I I SOPHOMORE CLASS "TWO DOWN, TWO TO GO" ' Having passed the trials of our freshman year, the Sophomore Class of 1946 has completed another successful round under the capable leadership of President Art Schnellbach and Vice-President Chuck Dra o. L Fgotball season found most of our male members hopefully and painfully doing calisthenics on the practice field. Of course, we weren't the least bit surprised when such heroes as Louie Paul, Chuck Drapo, Dick Fortune, Frank Keleher, and Art Schnellbach won recognition for their ability. Basketball and swimming also produced another group of new stars. Among those tossing the winning points were Art Schnellbach, Louie Paul, Dick Fortune, Allen Kuhn, and Frank Keleher. In the pool Gordon Beaver and Russel Bachman splashed their way to the victory which made T.H.S. the champs. Many of our fellows also won recognition participating in intramural sports. . Oh no, we aren't forgetting the girls! Our pretty, popular lassies were members of every organiza- tion they could join or start. At our opening "pep" assembly Alvina Marzo, Nancy Lorenz, Jackie i Arthur Schnellbach, President Charles Drap0, ViCe'P"e-fidf'U Lorish, and Lucille Wildes were chosen cheerleaders, and you can be definitely sure the team couldn't have done without them. Such sports as swimming, badminton, basketball, baseball, and volleyball were favorites among the girls. The distinction they received in each of these sports added to the popularity of their class. Excellent dramatic ability was displayed by those sophomores who took part in the Dramatic Club play. By the time we are seniors, our seasoned actors should be able to produce a very successful per- formance. The junior Classical League, Boosters' Club, French Club, and Chorus also did not lack sophomore members. In addition to school activities our fellows and girls also participated in a number of clubs and activities. We were particularly noted for "peppy" parties an gay times, but with all our activities we were not hindered from gaining recognition onthe honor holl. One of our greatest desires now is to get into the junior Homeroom, where we shall be able to work together as a group and prepare for our all-important senior year. Row 1: M. Miller, J. Knack, H. May, A. Marzo, J. Younglove Row 2: 1. Luther, J. Lorish, N. Lorenz, P. McCoy, E. Nelson, K. McCarthy Row 3: J. McNamara, E. Muck, A. Kramer, S. Manasen, D. Malchow, E. R. r 1 X J ...Q Masters, L. Knight Raw 4: G. Beaver, R. Lund, H. Miller, H. Mongold, A. Kuhn, C. Lindaman Absent from picture: L. Paul Row 1: W. Nepokroeff, A. Nowark, J. Riexinger, H. O'Hagan, W. Ruettiman Row 2: D. Ordway, D. Schriver, J. Pemberthy, H, Plant, J. Rissman, T. Powers Row 3: J. Reid, E. Remus, V. O'Connor, R. Opera, W. Potts, F. Sanderson, H. Schinaman Row 4: A. Schlueter, M. Shingeck, P. Paris, A. Schnellbach, W. Schoenfeldt, R. Schultz, B. Seymour Row I: M. Kendall, N. Jedele Row 2: P. Horan, C. james, A. Hopkins Row 3: L. jerge, S. Hill, F. Keleher Ro-w 4: J. Henderson, H. Keppen, H. Keller Row 1: C. Guider, L. Sharts, W. Snider, M. Strickland Row 2: P. Winkler, M. Urban, j. Wop perer, I. Titus Row 3: D. Winch, A. Tryon, D. Swisher L. Zelfery, B. Woods . Row 4: L. Whipple, W. Toth, R. Strough H. Wash, A. Tiedman, D. Wark Absent from picture, V. Shepard, I Streer, B. Swanson, R. Tomm, L. Wilde 50 J l af" g L ' I X we ' fl f I we " 1- .af al a 4 Row 1: H. Higgins, H. Higgins Row 2: S. Klinger, A. Jackson, M. johnson Row 3: M. Ka-ras, P. Judd, J. House Row 4: A. Kanack, A. Kley, M. Schrier Absent from picture: N. Hcimgart- ner, O. Hcttman, R. Miller Row 1: E. Williams, J. Buckhout, K. Smith, C. Lehner, M. Frazer Raw 2 Gonnella L Hochreiter L : J. , . , . Human, S. Newman, T. Kumlander, C. Miller Raw 3: D. Spoth, S. Zahm, M. Living- stone, W. MacDonald, A. Kirkwood, R. Raffel, C. Rank Row 4: E. Brown, L. Denefg R. Steuwe S. Swogier, C. Keppler, H. Webb., L. Donato Absent from picture, D. Dunn, E. Knab, D. Williams 5 1 Row 1: L. Draper, L. Emery, W. Griswald, B. Hamn, B. Dunigan - Raw 2: C. Eberwein, C. Garrity, H. Everett, R. Fisher, B. Hankinson Row 3: P. G. Fritzke, B.. Grofenberg, D. Grawe, G. Heim, R. Bachman Row 4: R. Doebler, D. Garlapo, C. Guenther, C. Drapo, R. Fortune, R. Drake Absent from picture: F. Franposky, C. Hall Row 1: C. Burngasser, S. Busch, H. Cox, N. Bennett, M. L. Diedrich Row 2: L. Aber, B. Beyers, W. Andres, B. Boucher, D. Arenz, P. Clark Row 3: E. Bereck, M. Callahan, T. Callahan, J. Archibald, B. Bowman, R. Bubb Row 4: R. Cook, D. Creasey, J. Diefenbach, R. Carlson, M. Dierdorf, J. Moher .-5 FRESHMAN CLASS "KlCKOFF" We, the Class of '49, have made a flying start on our high school careers. Soon after the newness of being freshmen and the hazing wore off, we settled down to publish a freshman handbook. We included articles about the faculty, clubs, rules, regulations, and our high and mighty upperclassmen. We even had a gossip column. Everyone seemed to like the paper and we had many requests for another publication. The Freshman Class was really sports-minded. When school opened, many of the boys went out to see if they could die for good old T.H.S. on the football field. However, most remained loyal sup- porters of the team. Later in the season many fellows tried to make positions on the basketball and Douglas McBride, President Jack Varney, Vice-President swimming varsities. Most of them were told to try again next year, but a few made the B teams. In the girls' division, badminton, basketball, and volleyball gave almost all the freshman girls a real chance to engage in sports. The prospects of table tennis andswimming also kept them busy until school closed. U Approximately 427 of the honor roll was composed of freshmen-bright children, we frosh! We made a showing in the Dramatic Club, French Club, and Booster Club. We, in the Dramatic Club, participated in the play "Aunt Minnie From Minnesota." Loyally we yelled "our lungs out" for the Red and White at all the football and basketball games and at the swimming meets, especially for our own "he-men" who made the squads. We are all looking forward to an even better sophomore year, but we'll always remember these "highlights" when we were lowly freshmen. jean Lockman , Katherine Rogers Edward Strebe 'M Row I: I. Hardy, S. Hendler, R. Lindsey, A. Mayer, D. McBride, P. McLeod Row 2: C. Metzloff, R. Miller, G. Miskho, P. Muck, J. Murphy, J. Murray, R. Neitzel - 'Y 1 X lvl J' 43 8555 VW - idx M t , 'X ' t I ,L .ff Rau' 3: J. Nelson, C. Newman, G. Norton, M. Ohman, C. Oswald, M. Ott, M. Pa els S Row 4: S. Parmentier, I. Paul, R. Pearce, L. Peresie, E. Poeller, J. Popin, N. Quenneville, J. Schwartz Absent from picture: R. Marohn Row I: M. Campbell, O. Ensminger, O. Carr, R. Dickinson, D. Charette, E. Charsley, L. Schlua Row 2: A. Chester, L. Devlin, E. Carnes, C. Cole, M. Cross, R. Dolpp, A. Davidhazy Row 3: A. Carroll, W. Clark, G. Dietrich, B. Erwell, F. Dolpp, E. Ferris, D. Donaldson, R. Drapo Row 4: R. Duorak, B. Ellman, J. Camp, A. Dilliot, R. Dammann, J. Gehrman, R. Green V Absent from picture: G. Burton, H. Charsley, J. Driscoll Row 1: F. Smith, K. Wildes, G. Stahl Row 2: N. Struebing, W. Swanson, D. Taylor, E. Taylor Row 3: J. Tooke, R. Smith, R. Treat, W. Tucker Row 4.' F. Webb, D. Westphal, J. Westra, G. Tonaus Row 1: R. Rank: M. Raines, V. Rabideau R. Jenneve, B. Hahn Row 2: R. Schad, K. Rauth, J. Rech, B Reimer, H. Remus, A. Rogers, A. Rogersl Row 3: C. Sauberan, J. Schrier: S. San born, L. Russell, D. Rueittiman, K Rogers Raw 4: E. Schutt, J. Scott, C. Simson, E Smith, M. Smith, E. Wylubski 54 F u V ' r- V l 1 1 l 1: J. Stanton, V. Walter, J. Varney 2: B. Williams, E. Teeter, V. Thom- W. Tinkelpaugh 3: E. Strebe, C. Vigrass, H. Steele . Williams, M. Winter-s,J. Water- Zuckmaier Row 1: T. Fisher, M. Foels, S. Fordyce, D. Fuller, M. Gademsky Row 2: J. Giardino, J. Garry, C. Good- man, M. Gordon. D. Graff Row 3: R. Grear, J. Green, L. Grotke, D Harmon, D. Grupe: D. Heimgartner Row 4: D. Herman: V. Holler, E. Hirsch W. Hunt. W. Hughes, N. Nelson, M Opera 55 .m..l.1. ... 1 - Row 1: H. Lucsok, O. Jones, S. Jones, D. Kaegbein, R. Kantor, M. Keleher Row 2: A. Kellock, G. Miller, D. Mahnk, J. Maerten, R. Killian, M. Knab A. Koebel Row 3: L. Koepsel, R. Lamp, G. Leverenz, J. Lockman, J. Lockman, R. Long, M. Lorenz Row 4: S. Lovell, Z. Lozo, R. Kibler, W. Kibler, G. Kiefer, R. Lum, C. Luther, C. Jendrian Row I: A. Brunner, B. Abbs, D. Braeges, D. Bundy, Donna Anderson Row 2: A. Beck, N. Buckholtz, N. Annis, D. Balling, Norma Anderson Row 3: J. Young, M- A- Bristow, H. Barbas, Joan Bockhahn, Mary Beyers June Benzino - 3 Row 4: R. Abbot, J. Burngasser, J. Brooks, D. Buike, W. Abbs, B. Buckley, T. Adams -Q..-.-aw-, , CTI ITIES Z 1 wx Q, N, f , N XX 'lb mars XA ! 'bqlfr Q0 I EDITORIAL STAFF Sealed: J. Stumpf, Ass't Ed.,' Mrs. Gilmore, Adviser: R. Lock- man, Editor Standing: J. Klinger, B. White. S. Brand, T. Walker, A. Bylenok Absent from picture: G. Kartyas N- 'N We Q -4.- ...- -..-- -1- THE "TONAWANDAN" STAFFS In this, our first year of peace, we, the staffs of the 1946 "Tonawandar1," take great pride in presenting to you, the student body, the book that represents the unforgettable memories we have experienced in our four years at T.H.S. We sin- cerely hope that our efforts in producing the 1946 annual have been successful. We wish to thank Mrs. Gilmore, Miss Hopkins, and Mr. Todd for their unfailing cooperation and invaluable aid in the production of this book. -W die 3 ll 41, 4 T '-5 .bf 14, M --,-,, ..l.,..-g- .i -1 .A-. ,-,.1-l1.1-..- BUSINESS STAFF Sealed: Miss Hopkins, Ad11i.ver,' J. Sisson, Manager Standing: I. Holler, E. Helwig, G. Walter, H. McDaniel, D. Hadden, V. Nepokroelf, F. En- zinna, M. Strehlow, N. Jacobs 58 l 44 ETGE m - '- I , W '95 '. . fill' U 1 1 0 :T Q ff 31 ' Y 'I ff I N? is .0 ' " no I-0 Ply ., 6 i H 0 M. Halliwill, J. Johns, D. Harmon, M. Hillman 1 '6 ,f Q "lr Vfbguz I 9: S: 'fo A ui 'H fi ,gg-4 ' Y 1 0 ' x X 1 W' R- Tomm, L. Chase, H- Vvelkef, R- Copeland, C. Water- Row 1.- S. Solomon, L. Britt Raw 2.- Burt, D. Muck szrat Cchief photographerl 1 l Sm -L. f 4 X315 M R A L NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Seated: fleft io riglatj Mr. Tuck CAdviserJ, J. johns CSecretaryJ, T. Walker fPresidentj, J. Stumpf QVice Presi dentj, R. Lockman Cfreasurerj, Miss Major CAdviserj Slar1ding.'W. Dischinger, R. Klinger, N. Breitenbach, R. Noras, R. Sanderson, B. White, H. Voelker, M Streh low, S. Brand, J. Klinger, A. Kress, G. Nachbaur, E. Summers, R. Waterstrat, N. Hare, J. Sisson, A. Kurth D Harmon I 5 The' greatest honor that can'be awarded to a student of Tonawanda High School is to be elected to the National Honor Society. Those fortunate enough to be elected are chosen on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. In an impressive ceremony, held in April, eight Seniors and eight juniors were inducted into the society by the older members. The N.H.S. was very active in school events this year. Filling boxes for the Red Cross, collecting money for the Sister Kenny Infantile Paralysis Fund, and soliciting members for the Junior Chapter of the American Red Cross, were but a few of the outstanding accomplishments of the group. The Society recognizes all that is fine and good in American youth and on this principle it is founded. It is rightly held in such high esteem by all. 60 G RETURNED SERVICEMEN Krzeeling: L. Hils, 1. Rosokoff, J. Holler, J. Morris, D. Lamp Standing: Mr. Abell, W. Lasky, Mr. Batterson, F. Lasky, D. Miller, D. Howard Absent from picture: E. Russell, H.. Steck, W. Reich, W. Koepsel, R. Kolb, W. LaRusch, L. Luther THEY SERVED Since the end of the war, a great many fellows have returned to school-their military service over-to further their education and to help others to do so. Mr. Abell and Mr. Batterson have resumed their teaching responsibilities, and, with the many other vets, have applied themselves to the serious task of weaving together the threads broken by the war. They come from all branches of service-Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Merchant Marine-and they have brought back with them the experience, knowledge,.and wisdom gained there, with the determination to make good use of the things they have learned. We wish them all the best of luck and say, "Welcome back to T.H.S." 61 Row 1: L. Hamblet Sec'yg W. Dis- chinger, Vice-President, M. Hillman, J. Guider, President Row 2: B. Beattie, B. Benzino, M. Slater, J. Volker, D. Harmon Row 3: J. Whitefield, J. Nelson, M. Ried, C. Doleman Row 4: L. Aber, R. Childs, E. Reid, M. Callahan Row S: A. Kanack, M. Sinicropi, D. Runyan, R. Klinger, S. Dietrich Row 6: R. Graham, T. Fortman, S. Lorenz, S. Brand Adviser: Miss Major M Z. 3515 s JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE xr W f s , JJ, 5 9 DRAMATIC CLUB . Agfa " .J- '3 . In LLLM, ki D LLLJL . ll ll. 'ww- . Row 1: N. Heimgartner, M. Halliwill, R. Newman, J. Johns- Row 2: M. Karas, J. Stanton, A. Jami- ing, J. Nelson M. Brooks, K. Rogers Palmatier, D. Runyan, M. Schingeck L. Nagel, L. Koepsel, B. Teeter 62 etes, M. Hillman, E. Reid, R. Hilferd- Row 3: W. Roach, W. Hils, L. Aber, J. Jacobi, J. Lockman, J. Lockman, Row 4: R. Waterstrat, O. Henman, J. Volker, M. Buckeye Standing: R. Williams, J. M. Faras, P. Brooks j 1 -5 5' 14",-.vi ml. 1' . will Seated: K. Smith, I.. Hochreiter, J. Younglove. fill i 3 l LIBRARY ASSISTANTS c Qepxs 954.204 FRENCH CLUB , ,f. S , QM Sealed: J. Johns, J. Townsend. B. Smith, Trea.mrc'r,' M. Karas, Serrelary: II. WhiteEeld, Pre.vi:lenf,' C. Olsen, j. Elliott Standing: A. Jamietes, J. Lockman, J. Palmentier, Miss Bagby CSpof1sorj, V. Lucsok, C. Garrity, Lovegrove ' 63 Row 1: R. Helf, F. Denz, C. Wolf, W. Dischinger, J. Russell, S. Tuck, Adviser Row 2: A. Schnellbach, F. Zellner, G. Sidell, J. Jacobs, R. Wangler Row 3: J. Ulrich, J. Rosokoff, D. Lamp, R. Kaiser, E. Parmentier Row 4: T. Walker, R. Lockman, R. Sanderson, E. Schlagenhauf, R. Kolb l 4 . I4 A I 1 . Q f :J lb TCLUB S f V f' ,, , , W ,UA BOOSTER CLUB W . -2--, if ' 'ft 4 QQ 9 s 40,630 24353, 1 '93 NW f ,ei O QMIOX 'V N ' ' E ' Y UQ I .ivy 9' QW? ' J- QW 15 .5 9 ' Q if , ,,+ ' W' 3745 A , ' F, 4-.- Row 1: L. Grabbirt, A. Marzo, N. Hare, C. Kokanovich, J. Miller, C. Reed Row 2.' J. Townsend, S. Heimgartner, M. Rummer, A. Mayer, M. Dahl, P. Keleher Row 3: M. Gademsky. S. Solomon, R. Childs, D. Bashor, M. Muck, S. Pagels, B. Beanie Row 4: J. Ball, N. Breitenbach, J. Guider, A. Rogers, C. Olsen, J. Dieferx- bach, C. James, B. Smith, E. Reid Row 5: Z. Lozo, N. Jacobs, M. Schultz, B. Rebmann Row 6: S. Parmentier, M. Strehlow J. Garlock, E. Helwig, H. Howland 649 -1.. "B" Squad Cheerleaders J. Lorish, N. Hare, N. Heimgartner, B. Swanson, L. Grabbitt, A. Marzo, L. Wildes uxx if .2 L 65 CHEERLEADERS 9 ju ,W 4 I W V Q. Y Ar .L 1 . F "A" Squad Cheerleaders Left to right: M. Reid, C. Kokanovich, D. Hadden, J. Miller, N. Lorenz, C. Reed Raw 1: E. Knab, A. Kanack, D. Dunn Row 2: E. Ferris, W. Ruettiman, R. Klinger, R. Tiebor, G. Fritzke, V. 0'Connor, F. Bundy, J. Scott Row 3: P. Paris, R. Lindsey, D. Ord- way, M. L. Diedrich, L. Grotke, D. Kaegbein, L. Chase, C. Waterstrat 'L S i C QS t - 1? 49 F x ,f .HL ' BAND -s E2 ORCHESTRA f' Q " - Y ' ' ' ' . . '-' il? ' -. W LM' lu -h 'I . ,-,-.--., ,.,.LLA.tn.,?. -r--A. f A. V -- -4- r 'ff-f + -- ' RW in -Cl .0 2:9 W . 915-6 . ., A I I Raw 1.- M. smith qoifgffary, R. Koch A. Kanack, R. Opera, S. Lorenz, R Dvorak Row 2: L. Aber, S. Rebman, E. Larsen J. schwam, L. sfhfivef, A. Diuim, L' Chase Row 3: J. Scott, P. Paris, D. Ordway, L. Koepsel, 1. Luther Row 4: R. Tiebor, E. Ruettiman, R. Klinger, R. Lindsey, C. Waterstrat 66 ' 1 GIRLS' CHORUS j 'Q' w R H 42 Row I: J. Turner, C. Burngasser, W. ' Allan fDfll7Il Majorettej, D. Harmon, V. L k ucso Row 2: S. Busch, S. Dietrich, B. Poole, I.. Cramer 67' Row I: J. Townsend, M. O'Neil, F. Rumbolcl, M. Halliwlll, J. Johns, M. B ' W. All rxstow, en Row 2: L. Kramer, M. Drake, B. jan- owsky, R. Childs, M. Hillman, I.. Golde Row 3: M. Raines, A. Cable, A. Jami- ties, L. Nagel, M. Schingeck gli? E., . 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Q V QQQQQ' x , f 3 ' 43 awk' . 4 ,MQQZQQEV QQQZGQQV MQQQV' A ' ittilv' Q ulllll DLI-I N 'W' "Pickle" R. Half ..Rog.. R. End V. . .g, x 'S-il '- ,r 113' ., . ' I , M ' " 113.33 7 V' " 'Q 'i F. Back 1 V Q. Back l lu V "Grammy" , X "Louie" ' ,5- '., , g , ' ' 1' . J' Q , eq- l Goliath .Vi Sandy -L 3. ' Q"""' R- G'-lard l..'j- X i L. Guard '. ' ' 'J 1- . in . V R. Tackle l ' Freddie Capt. Bill "Bob" I Center L. '1'ackle , ':. K. "Tiny" L. Half ..Ke1,. L. End I lt , P T I . f . .-..-.,..,--- 4 LEFT TO RIGHT Row 1: R. Lockman, L. Paul, R. Wangler, K. McBride, E. Parmentier, R. Garlapo, G. Sidell, W. Brockway-Captain, T. Walker, F. Keleher, G. Newell, F. Zellner, F. Denz, C. Drapo, R. Sanderson. Row 2: C. Gademsky, G. Stanton 1. Russell, R. Braun, R. Fortune, R. jackson, R. Helf, G. Beaver, M. Grobe, H. Charlesly, W. Nepokroeff, F. Rech J. Frew, S. Bush, L. Kolb, E. Schlagenhauf, J. Ulrich, R. Johnson, R. Bachman. Row 3: G. Leverenz, W. Smith R. Lund, R. Teeter, S. Brand, A. Kuhn, A. Powers, A. Bernhardt, R. Klinger, A. Cook, R. Christy, E. Mahnk, R. Gadt M. Miller. Row 4: F. Sanderson, D. McBride, R. Larkin, H. Higgins, W. Varney, J. Reed, R. Copeland, C. Rank G. Masters, G. Tonaus, N. Burngasser, J. Brooks. Row 5: R. Doebler, R. Kibler, R. Masters, E. Koster, P. Judd T. Powers, R. Drake, C. Guider, J. Varney,P. Lovich, D. Griswald. AIV OL: R. Kaiser, W. Schoenfeld, C. Wolf. s J 9 9 2 9 .g . .'1'1J'i'Ki '-.cr .. - . 141- '- ik. fi S aa, Q-giQ1LQLf3f1'fv 'fl-iii .g7,vj:. 1:1 Coach Chris Tussing Fm, Ton. Opp. 19 Niagara Falls O 0 Kenmore 25 19 La Salle 0 I4 Lockport 19 14 Trott 15 25 Lackawanna 6 V 7 North Tonawanda 6 98 Totals 69 FCOTBALL - l945 Tonawanda ended this football season with a bang! After a long, hard fought schedule, we came home with second place tucked firmly under our belts. In many ways this is a memorable season for the boys as well as the coach. By knocking the undisputed league crown ol? of N.T.'s head, we lowered them from the ranks of the undefeated, and proved our prowess by winning 7-6. Starting the year with only four lettermen, "Chris" and his assistants smoothed out the wrinkles, and soon had a well-shaped team ready for the first game. ' During the season, Capt. Bill Brockway continually showed his quality and versatility. His perform- ance as signal calling center and line backer-upper was flawless. Not content with this, he went on to lead the league in kicks blocked. Due to backfield injuries, he played the Trott game at fullback and was instrumental in our victory. Our backfield pair of "Gummy" Newell and ex-sailor "Louie" Paul proved to our opponents that they were nobody to fool with. The way "Gummy" hit that line, especially in the N.T. game, made us think of a man named Blanchard. The tricky side stepping stride of "Louie's" earned him third place honors in the scoring department. Our other two lettermen, Ray Sanderson, next year's captain, and Ray Garlapo, played magnificently. "Sandy's" point after touchdown won the N.T. game, while "Goliath" played a swell game with a painfully injured arm. Along with this, these two guards played a fast, hard-charging, hard-blocking season. Thus, we ended another season, but our coach ended a longer, 30-year season. During this time his record of championships and percentage of games won has yet to be equaled. - B Drschmger, K. McCarthy, J. Varney, Cgaches Tuck and Lawler R. Drapo ' o ' S QI " p V Z a 1 1-wi, Vw x. , - ,:'3 , . . 1 4, 'E SX s tb Capt. Bill Brockway BASKETBALL The 1945-46 team faced tough competition. Starting with a nucleus of two letter men-Captain Wolf and Art Schnellbach-and a few other able players, Coach Harry Lawler found his job far from easy. Added to this lack of experience were the injuries. Chuck, Art and Norb played good games although hindered by "trick knees." Dipping into his supply, Mr. .Lawler came up with such able players as Frank Zellner, Rog Kaiser, Louie Paul, Dick Fortune, and Al Kuhn. Although only trying for 6th place, the team showed plenty of light and skill. These boys should rate us high next year since most of them will be back for the 1946 team. Our "B" team turned in a splendid performance this year in tying for second place with Kenmore. They came through in the pinches to win 6 straight games. They also turned in one of the highest "B" team scores in many a day when they beat Lockport. Row 1: C. Wolf, Captain Row 2: K. McCarthy, F. Zellner, A. Kuhn ' Row 3: F. Keleher, L. Paul, R. Fortune, A. Schnellhach 'B' SQUAD Row 1: A. Wark, G. Masters, W. Dischinger, H. Miller, J. Rissman Row 2.' S. Bush, A. Kramer, R, Lum, K. Malchow Row 3: XV. Schoenfeldt, D. Runyan, T. Walker, L. Kibler 'A' TEAM 'B' TEAM OPP- OPP- 38 Lackawanna Lackawanna 41 N. F. N. F. 24 LaSalle LaSalle 55 Ken. Ken. 45 Trott Trott 54 Lockport Lockport 38 N. T. N. T. R. Copeland, T. Callahan, W. Hughes, C. Waterstrat ,WI CHPI- Charles W0lf M Coach Harry Lawler .1- S3 i l.. -A ,xi - sq - 1 in... -i "A" TEAM Row 1: J. Jacobs, A. Koch, J. Russell, K. McBride Cflaptainj, R. Wax1gler, G. Tonaus, R. Bachmnn Row 2: G. Beaver, R. Teeter, R. Burgler, J. jackson CManagerj, E. Parmemier, R. Brush, G. SWIMMING Leverenz Row 1: G. Misko, J. Sisson, E. Smith, j., Reed, C. Guider, W. Varncy, B. Fritzke, J. Murphy Row 2: R. Barbas, P. Paris, D. McBride, R. Brown, H. Voelkcr, E. Mahnk, L. Kolb CManagcrj ,- 'V' Q' i W A 1 ' 1 I if L 2 f - iifj . t - - SWIMMING The local T.H.S. sports enthusiasts were very much gratified to see our swimming team up in the place it usually occupies, that of the champions of the Niagara Frontier League. This was probably the best year- for our mermen in the annals of our school's great record in the water sport. In addition to copping the championship, they gave their parting coach, "Chris," something to remember them by. A larger number of meets were swum this season than in previous years, because of the addition of Lockport to the league. Of the ten meets only one was even a partial blemish on the faultless record of the team. That was the 33-53 tie with Kenmore at their pool. Altogether the boys down in "the pool room" really went to town this year. ' Mr. Tussing, starting with seven veterans from last year's team for a nucleus, achieved this impres- sive list of victories. Highlights of the season were the 56-30 defeat of Kenmore, which broke their record of 22 straight wins, and the medley team's breaking the league record, only to be disqualified. This last feat could not be repeated because of Captain McBride's illness. "Chink" Jacobs is next year's captain of, we hope, another team which will be as successful as this year's. Other honors were gained in the semi-finals and the finals at Kenmore and at the annual post-season meet at the Buffalo Athletic Club. . . The Syracuse Cup, symbol of swimming supremacy in the Niagara Frontier League, again reposes within the halls of 'I'.I-I.S. Nine "Rahs" for the swimming team! xfbi 09' P' 1 l 2 I Y 'V' ' 1 6 7 i 1 'T C3Pfain "Tiny" MCBFMC Coach Chris Tussing 610, he scones TN t,-4 Q T. Opp. T. f ly. C, 47 19 N. T. 26 40 ,," l K JMD 35 51 Amherst 24 42 X V ,!". .. AJ, 56 so Kenmore 53 33 .,,N-, cv, C, ,N-,,, 44 22 N. F. 19 47 f"' ' lv 49 17 Lockport 30 36 'j 'N-' N-SA' Y Z N-J J ' -ZX Q LA, .xx- vm!- I V X X r ' . A J x xxx 'XYZ 'Aix XX ' 5 XX . K' I F X - .YZ gk 595 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS G. Sidell, A. Power, R. Korte, F. Richell, E. Parmemier Absent from picture: Capt. Garlapo, F. Young 78 w . 'V N ' w, '4' ' 4.-.W Ira 1 X- A -- IT' x s 7 A y il' GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Captain: M. Devlin Standing: P. Place, J. Jacobi, S. Briggs, L. Crawley, G. Clark, D. Hy, M. Metzger 141 f we .1 - I GIRLS' SWIMMING On Board: W. Allen, M. Johnson, A. Marzo, R. Hoel- perl, M. Halliwell, B. White, J. Guider, L, Streeter, Shirley Newman Standing: I.. Jerge, S. Par- mentier, E. Lovegrove, P. McCleod, B. Buckley, J. Waterstrat, B. Ellman Second Row: M. Gademske, M. Ott, M. Foels, J. Shiesly, K. Rogers, D. Reuttimann, M. Winters Third row: J. Popin, E. Reid, N. jedele, C. James, C. Garrity, K. Wildes, j. Ben- zino, B. Abbs In water: L. Wildes, B. Grofenberg, P. McCoy, D. Hy 79 GIRLS' INTRAMU RAL BASKETBALL Captain: E. Helwig Left to right: M. Place, J Paul, V. Nepokroeff, R Childs, A. Rockenbrock, S Solomon ' S-ev' 'B , Q I ., X . - ff ,f xmflgvl A , A ai' it ' I ' KX ' 1 1 I. 5 3 IF ' 'gfg!'g--5 H, - rj-ffl. GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL Seated: M. Place, S. Westra, V. Nepokroeff, E. Rumbold, M. Metzger, C. Kokanovich Kneeling: E. Helwig, P. Horan, E. Lovegrove Standing: M. Reid, S. Diet- rich, L. Crawley, M. Garrity, D. Hy, C. Reed, E. Summers, L. Nagel, M. Metzger, J. Paul 80 GIRLS' BADMINTON Standing: R. Metzger, L. Crawley, M. Metzger, M Strehlow, S. Westrag M Place, C. Kokanovich, E. gelwig, V. Nepokroetfg D. Y Kneeling: E. Lovegrove, M. O'Nei1, E. Rumbold, M. Gar- rity, C. Garrity, E. Reid, M. Halliwill, B. White Sitting: A. Rockenbrock, S. Stoberl, A. Marzo, N. Breit- enbach, J. Ball fs? . Q .gh A AD K 1 Eu A- v - - og. A A-, Lv GIRLS' BADMINTON Standing: J. Lockman, J. Ben- zino, S. Parmentier, M. Gademsky, L. Koepsel, J. Lockman, S. Lovell,j. Water- strat, R. Teerer, R. Childs Sitting: C. Vigrass, J. Bock- hahn, A. Beck, V. Thomas, D. Westphal, D. Braeges, M. Campbell, A. Brunner, J. Popin 81 I fl, GlRL'S SOFTBALL Left to Right: C. Kokan- ovich, D. Hy, R. Metzger, M. Metzger, 1. Whiteheld, M. Garrity, I.. Nagel, Rita Childs, G. Thompson, M. Abraham, J. Paul, B. White, M. Place, S. Solomon FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SOPHOMCDRE BASKETBALL Standing: Capt. Joanne Maerten, M. Pagels, M. Standing: C. Reed, B. Wenske, H. Schinaman, M. Gademsky, L. Zeirz Dahl Kneeling: I. Paul, D. Heimgartner, M. Ott Sitting: A. Marzo, A. Rockenbrock, I. Street, J. 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