Trott Vocational High School - Trottarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 48 of the 1957 volume:
On behalf of the faculty and ourselves, we would like
to offer our congratulations and sincere wishes for
success to the graduating class of 1957. We hope
your studies at Trott have been profitable and that
you leave with the belief that we have done all in our
power to prepare you for the vocation you have cho-
sen. We know that you will try to live up to our great
expectations. May God speed you on your way and
richly reward your efforts.
E. P. Sharp,
G. L. Small,
Director of Vocational Education
Another year, another semester, another senior
classy sophomores became juniors, juniors became
seniors, and the seniorsg well, they have gone out
into the world to make their mark, while leaving
many pleasant memories. These are some of the
memories we, the class of '57, will hold.
In September, Trott got off to a flying start. The
football season began, cheerleaders were having
try-outs and senior class nominations were made.
Our football season was not too successful, though
the team showed great spirit. We lost all our games
but Dave Booth, our halfback, made the all city foot-
Moans and groans would often be heard coming from
the gym after school. If it was not indoor practice
for the football team, the cheerleaders were having
try-outs. Barbara Garrecht and Selma Rizzio some-
how survived and joined the squad of co-captains
Joyce Mong and Lorelei Ehrhard, cheerleaders
Nancy Metzler, Judy Simpson, Nina Fratello, Carol
Kramarz, and Mary Yelder. Mrs. Ebert, the girls'
new gym teacher, was their adviser.
Nominations for senior class officers and adviser were
also made in September. Those elected were Michael
Balassone, president, Robert Sherry, vice president, Curtis
Harris, treasurer, and Joyce Mong, secretary. Elected
adviser was Mr. Bernard Check.
The school paper, Trott Topics, and the Camera Club were
both re-organized under the supervision of Mr. Toole.
Co-editors of the Trott Topics were Sylvia Curtis and
Louise Higgs: sports editor was William Trump. Mem-
bers of the staff included Richard Guzdek, Leonard Rinallo,
Lorelei Ehrhard, Joyce Perman, Nina Fratello, William
Storr, Judy Conte, Michael Balassone and David Booth.
Trott Topics Pictorial appeared during the second semes-
ter under the supervision of Beverly Washington, Nina
Fratello, Shelia Hennegan and Carol Kramarz. It supple-
mented and then replaced the defunct Trott Topics.
The Camera Club was a bigger success than ever, thanks
to equipment donations from the Niagara Falls Gazette and
the industry of the carpentry and millwright shops. The
dark room was remodeled, more fully equipped, and many
more students took advantage of its facilities.
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The first big event of the year to be given at Trott was
the Halloween dance given by the senior class. Chairmen
of the dance were the class officers. The gym was all
"decked out" in tombstones, goblins, cornstalks, and
pumpkins that really set the mood.
This very successful dance was followed by a variety
show and jam-session given by the yearbook staff for the
yearbook. This show was open to the public and Trott
proved to the outsiders that it had no lack of talent.
In November, as Coach Matt Mazza was picking a- new bas-
ketball team for Trott, the cheerleaders decided to have
new uniforms to go along with the team. They had one
problem---where to get the money. Since both the senior
class and the student council also needed funds, the three
organizations decided to sell refreshments at the home
games and split the receipts three ways. The idea clicked:
the student council and senior class had a few more dollars
in their respective treasuries and the cheerleaders got the
uniforms they had hoped for, white skirts, red sweaters,
and white collars, Trott's colors.
David Booth, Auto
Thomas Bzinak, Auto Dennis Campese, Millwright
Many a night after school in December, a voice, far from
being soft, could be heard yelling "Mother, Mother." This
was not a poor helpless boy yelling for help, but the voice
of Mike Balassone re-hearsing for the Christmas play
"Too Much Mistletoe." This play, under the supervision of
Mr. John Kovach, was presented to the student body during
the Christmas assembly. The cast included Mike Balassone,
Robert Sherry, Sylvia Curtis, Nina Fratello, Nancy Metzler,
Hannelore Froescher, Ronald Goulah, Tom Jackowski, and
Sue Santersero. At the end of the play the cast presented
Mr.Kovach with a gift which was a five foot-long striped tie.
Preceeding the play Mr. Toole read from Dickens and the
chorus sang many favorite Christmas carols. Following
the assembly the usual Christmas parties were given in
the shops and classrooms.
In February the annual Valentine dance was held. As
hearts and cupids bobbed along the gym, Karen Zankowski
was chosen the "Queen of Hearts." Co-chairmen of this
dance, which was sponsored by the student council, were
Joyce Perman and Ricky Calandrelli.
Sylvia Curtis, Chemistry
Judy Conte, Chemistry
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Fred Chambers, Electric William Clark, Electric John Confer, Millwright
Robert D'Aloise, Carpentry Loreto De Luca, Electric
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Louis Destino, Machine Ralph Dinino, Machine
William Dekdebrun, Welding
George Do rato, Auto
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Vigo Hans en, Machine
Florence Hillman, Nursing
Once again Trott was well represented on the air in news,
sports, and talent on WJJL. Representing Trott on Pepsi-
Teen Time were Sylvia Curtis, Joyce Perman, Dean Hon-
adle, and Nancy Metzler. This year the Pepsi-Cola Com-
pany decided to have a contest in which all schools and
organizations of Niagara County would participate. The
school or organization to acquire the largest number of
Pepsi-Cola bottle caps by April Z6 would receive a free
television set. On April lst Trott was leading with 35,000
bottle caps, probable total at the end of the contest: in ex-
cess of 50,000 bottle caps.
The Student Council with President Dave Booth, Vice-
President John Williams, Secretary Judy Simpson, Treas-
urer Jimmy Jones, and Advisor Mr. Hudspith decided to
buy trophies for the winners of intramural sporting events
and pins for the students who have perfect attendance. The
trophies and pins will be given to the winning students dur-
ing the honor assembly in June. To raise money for this
project the Student Council sponsored a well-attended
movie in January for the student body. The Council also
co-sponsored the Valentine Day dance with the senior class
as another fund raising project.
Louise Higgs, Chemistry
Norman Jagow, Machine Kenneth Huff, Welding
In the realm of sports, the picture was not too brightg we
lost all our football games but we were never shut out. The
backfield shone but the line was weak. Dave Booth, our ca-
pable captain, was the outstanding player on the team. Willie
Jones and Pat Johnson displayed great running ability. Our
offensive team displayed its strength in tallying up the high-
est scores made during the past six or seven years, while
our defensive team revealed its weakness in accounting for
the greatest number of points scored against us in the same
period. The 1957 team should be the best in the history of
the school with the number of experienced men returning to
Though the record left by last year's sectional award win-
ning basketball team proved to be too high a goal to reach
this year, the squad won five of their fourteen games. For
a team which lacked both experience and height this record
was commendable: the important denominator - an old pro,
Matt Mazza, who became basketball coach after Mr. Krum
transferred to LaSalle.
After a slow start during the first half of the games Trott
bounced back to win when the students returned from the
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Janice Karbowski, Nursing
Robe rt Joy, Machine
Richard Jones, Drafting
John Kruzel, Carpentry
John Loomis, Drafting David Masterman, Millwright
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Nancy Metzler, Chemistry
Joseph Nalbone, Machine
Ronald Noakes, Carpentry
March saw plans being made for Trott's first senior class
day in many years. The day will start with a breakfast for
the seniors in the cafeteria followed by an assembly given
by the seniors for the student body. During the day many
of the seniors will play the role of teachers as they lead
their classes through their paces. In the evening a senior
class banquet will be held followed by a dance for seniors
and their dates only. Chairmen of the various committees
for the Senior Class Day are: Robert D'Aloise, Electionsg
John Filer, Gifts, James Pino, Decorations, Leonard Rin-
allo, History, Prophecy, Will and Testament: William
Clark, Senior Playg William Trump, Financeg Richard
Jones, Breakfast: Judy Conte, Senior Teachers, and Mi-
chael Balassone, Banquet.
In a questionnaire circulated to the members of the senior'
class in March, nominees for the Prom Queen, Most Pop-
ular Girl and Boy, Most Likely to Succeed, etc. were made
As a result Judy Simpson will reign as Queen of the Prom,
Nancy Metzler was selected as the Most Popular Girl,
David Booth, the Most Popular Boy, Curtis Harris, the
Most Athletic Senior: Mike Balassone, the Senior Most
Likely to Succeedg David Masterman, the Most Handsome
Boyg pink and black and the rose were chosen as the class
colors and flower respectively.
Robert Normile, Carpentry Gary Olsen, Chemistry
Do you remember ..... ?
Ronnie Shuman always sleeping during English class?
Skip Oursler's "Hi Senior" in the halls ?
A white Cadillac and Louis Leo?
The teachers and their magic slips?
Jim Pino and his mystery book?
Dick LaVassaur and Sylvia Wozniak?
The Chemistry girls going beserk in their bermudas . . ?
Mr. O'Connell's and Mr. Kovach's golfing instructions ?
The sparkles in Joe Abdu1lah's eyes and on her finger?
The case of the stolen weights ?
Mr. Morton's "cucumber and almond cream beauty soap?"
Albert Potter, Machine
The nurses giving cookies to hungry carpenters?
The house "that Jack built?"
Mr. Toole's gray hairs for the lack of minute-men and
m.inute-maids on the yearbook staff?
Coach Mazza's censored words ?
The biggest baby who cried when getting his polio shot?
Bill Dekdebrun's fthe great hunterj interest in
two-legged "dear ?"
Organic Chemistry mishaps ?
The loss of Mr. Reeder? and the finding of Mr. Marlette?
The mad collection of Pepsi-Cola bottle caps ?
The uneven formation of baseball exercises ? i'i J 2
William Porter, Machine
Raymond Owens, Electric J01-gn Paganq, Chgnqjstry James Pino' Drafting
James Rickard, Machine
Stanley Rzucidlo, Millwright
Judith Simpson, Chemistry
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Do you remember . . . ?
The results of Joyce Mong's father's new lawn mower?
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1 S The crazy sayings of Beverly Washington, Carol
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di 3 Mr. Morton's "don't get fresh with me?"
5 The seniors who are going to get black convertibles
5 if for graduation?
f Louis Leo's long walk to school?
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Michael Ba1assone's and David Booth's receding
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abdominal protuberances ?
The transformation of the little Italian ball of dynamite,
Selma Rizzio, into a Swiss maid via cheese ?
The picnics the Chemistry 12 group took during a
February storm ?
Sylvia Curtis and Judy Conte trying to peek over
Mr. Too1e's shoulder for the results of the Prom Queen
Judy Simpson's slurping spaghetti at the senior class
dinner? Messy, wasn't it?
The noisie st, chatterboxing class in the school?
William Storr, Aut
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Mr. Garrecht's ulcers and the short lunch period?
Baby Einstein and "number one hammer-head?"
Dave Masterman's night fishing?
Mr. Layo's supposed dislike for girls?
Lynn Schuk's, Gerry Chamber's and Barbara Garrecht's
ante -meridian pe rambulations ?
Joyce Perman and John Wiechec ?
Job hunting and the departing seniors ?
Mr. O'Connell's cane?
The desperation of yearbook staffers Sylvia Curtis, Jody
Conte, Gerry Chambers, Lynn Schuk, Bill Wells, John
Praydich, Bill Trump, Jim Pino, Barbara Garrecht, Tony
Genova, the Pietkiewicz twins, Lorelei Ehrhard, and Joyce
Perman as the deadline approached?
The financial wizardry of Cathy Potter as she collected
yearbook money and her bookkeeping system of slips of
Mr. Check's trust, help, and belief in the senior class?
Mr. McAuliffe's harmonica playing?
The Yuletide parties?
The wonderful feeling the first days of spring brought for
the seniors...and then the numb realization that a -mile-
stone would be passed forever in June ?
Ronald Young, Millwright
Sylvia Wozniak, Chemistry
James Weigel, Electric John Williams, Drafting
James Wilson, Auto
Throughout the year many well attended dances were held in the gym under the supervision of Mr. Check,
who, with his wife above, plays peek-a-boo with Halloween co-chairman Joyce Mong. Mary Yelder does a
tricky shuffle at the same dance while Mr. and Mrs. Layo pose at the Valentine dance for the cameraman.
Kathy Potter, Bob D'Aloise, Larry Langden and Pat Lockmiller sit one out below, as Queen Karen Zankow
ski holds court on her Valentine throne. Co-chairmen Joyce Perman and Richard Calendrelli crowned
Karen after a committee ofstudents selected her from the girls who were attending the dance.
Along Mr. 0,Connc-:ll's Beat-and in the Shops
Hausie is for the intellect! 250 Calories! No spots on this tie!
P1'0fi1C! Genius at work!
Where tin cans come from! Men at work!
Harmonica boogie. Deft fingers! For he's a jolly good fellow!
a Iaq 1920!
Patience! Surprise! A melody in wood! Big men-big Ties!
With Or without 0ni0nS ? Concentration! Budding Edisons! John "Pasteur" Pagano!
A study in wishful Let there be light! Steel-surgeon! A study in C0ntent1'rlCI1t!
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Twenty quarts of gingerale Eat, drink, and be merry!
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Pictured above with Coach Layo are Trott JV's: bottom, Calandrelli 13, Nicoletti 3, Bestwick 2,
Harknit 8, Frazer 7, Bradbury 18, Laughlin 24, Clause 28, Gall 15, Jackson 4, Stevens 11, Masters
17, Bones 34, Romero 31, Smith 333 Top, Panepinto 23, Skrzypek 30, Huggins 29, Lester , An-
derson l0, Taylor , Jacobs 14, Velky 5, Ketch 54, Bleecher 41, Kowalski 32, Jackowski 44, Co-
lucci 51, Gladish 57, Huckabuck Bilger 42, Reynolds 24, Lacey 38, Porter 21.
Pictured below, front row,1eft to right are G.Smith 33, Johnson 31, Scrivano 14, Andrews 30, J.Jones
27, Shuman 38, Masterman 39, Roussie 49, Beningo 68, Harris 41, Burns 39, Panepinto 23, Booth 35
Palazzo 60. Top row, Coach Mazza, Porter 21, W.Jones 48, Stenzil28, Ca1andre1li13, Conibar 44,
Oursler 10, G.Lacey 25, Jackson, Kennedy 45, Williams 67, Horne 32, Baptiste 64, Weigel 61, A.
Smith 11, Bird, Penque 64, Panetoni, Madison 26, Reynolds 24, Kudela 15, and Coach Bruce.
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By far the most photogenic football team of the year was that of Judy Simpson, Joyce Perman, Nina
Fratello, Lorelei Ehrhard, Judy Conte, Carol Kramarz, Joyce Mong, Mary Yelder and Nancy Metz-
ler pictured above. The girls portrayed the NFHS eleven during a pep assembly. Other participants
pictured below were Steve Panepinto, Ralph Palazzo, Joe Benningo, John Andrews, Marshall Oursler,
Pat Johnson, Frank Penque, Bill Clarkg Dave Masterman, Ronald Shuman, Dave Booth, Dean Honadle
Jim Saunders, Al Jacobs, Richard Calandrelli, Frank Oldfieldg Mr. Kovach, Jim Weigel, Bob Horne,
Fred Roussie, Jack Filer and Don Armbrust.
VARSITY JUNIOR VARSIT Y
Lac kaw anna 4 8 T r ott 40 Lac kaw anna
Niagara Falls 57 Trott 37 Niagara Falls
Tonawanda 60 Trott 35 Tonawanda
LaSalle 54 Trott Z2 LaSalle
North Tonawanda 53 Trott 47 North Tonawanda
Kenmore 68 Trott 32. Kenmore
Lockport 60 Trott 51 Lockport
Lac kaw anna 51 T r ott 41 Lac kaw anna
Niagara Falls 60 Trott 39 Niagara Falls
T onawanda 5 0 T r ott 34 T onaw anda
LaSalle 62 Trott 41 LaSalle
North Tonawanda 57 Trott 48 North T0I1aWaI1d-3
Kenmore 59 Trott 53 Kenmore
Lockport 49 Trott 53 Lockport
Front: Ulysses Stephens, Don Reilly, Curtiss Harris, John Loss.
Rear: Coach Mazza, Edward Danilewicz, Lenny Briggs, Tom Conibear, Jimmy Jones.
Pictured below, left to right, top to bottom: Conibear 1681 leaps for a jump-shot while Harris
1651 reaches for a reboundg Stephens tangles with Palumbo 1331 of LaSa11e3 Harris steals re-
bound frorn unidentified Explorer 14113 Conibear 1681 and Harris 1651 try to get into ring of Ex
plorers on rebound, and Conibear 1681 and Kocaj 1391 try to outreach each other for jump-ball.
The Trott Topic staffers
Louise Higgs, Sylvia
Curtis, William Trump,
Nina Fratello, Joyce
Perman, Robert Phil-
brick, and Lorelei
Ehrhard are shown at a
dinner given by them at
the Boots and Saddle Club
Carol Kramarz., Shelia
Hennegan, and Beverly
Washington of the Trott
Topics Pictorial exam-
ine their bulletin board
in the main hall. Nina
Fratello was absent
when the picture was
Pat Lockmiller looks as
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start crying as friend
Lynn Strott received her
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