Unadilla Central High School - Unadillan Yearbook (Unadilla, NY)
- Class of 1959
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UNADILLA CENTRAL SCHOOL
UNADILLA, NEW YORK
CLASS OF 1959
Ou ,the banks of Susquehanna,
With its waters blue,
Stands our noble Alma Mater
Glortous to view.
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MRS, MARGARET A. HEATH
MR.f FRED L CLINNICK
To our advisors, Mrs. Margaret A. Heath and Mr. Fred J. Clin-
'nick, we wish to dedicate our Senior yearbook. Their conscientious
guidance, ready assistance, and true friendship will be remembered
and valued by us forever.
YE RBOOK STAFF
LITERARY EDITOR ART EDITOR
Tracey Lambrecht Lana Sommers
ADVERTISING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER
Audrey Jones Marjorie Ingalls
The quality of mercy if not :xtrainedg
It drofpeth, af the genfle mihr froni heaven
Upon the plare heneathg it is Qzwice hlexfd --
It hlenezh him that givef, arzdf him that tahey.
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MR, HAROLD TYSON
BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Mr. Kenneth W. Truhn, MI. Charles L. Fisk, Dr. Donald C. McKown, Mr. LaMont H.
Faigle, Mr. Clarence E. Russell, Presidentg Mrs. Audrey Farmer, Clerk.
SUPER ISING PRINCIPAL
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959
The majority of you will long be remembered for your outstanding performances
at U. C.S, in both scholastic achievement and extracurricular activities. Your record
to date casts a most favorable reflection on your school and your community.
The faculty joins with me in expressing Best Wishes for your continued success.
Mr. Gilson M. Slater
MRS. JANET EPPLER
MRS. TERESA BOTT
MRS, MARY MacARTHUR
MRS. IESSIE BECKLEY
MRS, NADINE WI-HTMARSH
MRS. HAZEL ROFFE
MRS. VIVIAN COLE
MRS. JOAN RILEY
MRS. NANCY SPRAGUE
MRS. GENEVIEVE RUSSELL
MRS, LYDIA VAN NORT
Fifth - Sixth Grade
MISS FRANCES FREEMAN
MISS NANCY BALDWIN
MRS, GERTRUDE SILVERNELL
MRS, NANCY NICHOLS
MRS. THELMA SOMMERS
MRS, JEAN SLOCUM
MRS, CHASTINA HEAVNER
MRS. CHARLOTTE FLEMING
MRS, MARION FLEMING
MISS IANICE NEAL
Junior High English
MRS. EDITH LEWIS
MRS. PHYLISS WOOD
MRS. ANNE HALL
MR, JOHN STA RUCK
MRS. MARGARET HEATH
MR. ROBERT SCARRY
MR, HERBERT WISNER
MR, ROBERT SKLENA RIK
MR. DONALD STARKWEATHER
Junior High Science
MR, WILLIAM DALSHEIM
Junior High Social Studies
MR, GERALD GREEN
MISS IEANNE EHRMA NN
Commerce - Absent
MR, DAVID HYSELL
MRS, EVA AITKEN
Junior High Math
MR, RALPH YA NDEAU
MR. KENNETH EDSON
MISS KATHERINE FORD
MR. FRED CLINNICK
MRS, MARGARET KNOWLTON
MISS VIOLA FRA SER
MRS. JOYCE SISSON
MRS, MARGUERITE CARR
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Mrs. Georgia Cross, Mrs, Norma McKown d
Harold Marcellus, Alton DeForest, Art Bouvier, Lee Pierce, Ben Bartlett, Clarence
Dewey, Homer Wetherbee, Frank Slocum, Ted Becker, chief mechanic.
Larry Darlin, Clarence Dewey, Earl Wood QSuperintendentj, Don Shaver, Ray DeForest
DAVID WALTER DWIGHT
ANNE JEANETTE WETHERBEE
MARIORIE ELEANOR INGALLS
EILEEN KATHRYN ANN O'HARA
JAMES .TUSTIN ARCHER
GEORGIA LEE BREHM
BEA TRICE MAY CODDINGTON
WILLIAM JOHN BERRY, JR
CLAY ROBERT CONOVER
JOHN CLYDE DILLENBECK
HAROLD HALSEY DILLENBECK
PATRICIA ANN ELDRED
HILDA MARGARET FRENCH
MARION MARGARET FREY
FREDERICK SCOTT HUST
AUDREY EDNA JONES
RICHARD WILLIAM KEHR
TRACEY LEONE LAMBRECHT
SANDRA GAIL MURRAY
CHARLES WARREN NEWMAN
IUDITH JOYCE O'CONNOR
JOSEPH RICHARD ROBERTSON
BETH SUZANNE RUSSELL
GARY AUGUSTINE SANDIKE II
JOYCE MARIE SHIELDS
LANA KAY SOMMERS
WAYNE LECOUNT TYSON II
CAROL MARIE WEBSTER
JAMES STUKELY WESTCOTT
:SZ CLASS HI TORY Q31
In September of 1946, a bright-eyed, eager group of little folks had a first
taste of school at Unadilla Central, In that kindergarten class were Fred Hust,
Hilda French, Chuck Newman, Judy O'Connor, Joe Robertson, Eileen O'Hara,
Joyce Shields, Lana Sommers, Ty Tyson, Jim Westcott, Carol Webster, and
Pat Nichols QEldredj.
We progressed rapidly through the grades, learning the fundamental mate-
rial which was to be the basis of our education.
Tracey Lambrecht joined us in Rrst grade. Mrs. Newcomb's class sewed
painting smocks, while Mrs. Cameron's grade organized a rhythm band.
New arrivals in second grade were Bill Kehr, Duff Lawrence, Beth Russell,
and Gary Sandike, At Christmas time Mrs. Cole made our silhouettes as gifts
for our parents.
Marjorie Ingalls became a member of our class in the third grade. Our
big accomplishment was learning to write,
We remember birthday parties and wall paintings in the fourth grade. That
year Beatrice Coddington came to Unadilla Central.
Four more members came to us in the fifth grade: Dave Dwight, Clay
Conover, Marion Frey, and Anne Wetherbee.
In sixth grade Miss Palen's class published THE DOPEY REPORTER, an in-
teresting experiment in journalism, The Christmas operetta produced many
promising soloists that year,
In junior high school we had our first experience with passing to classes.
Highlights of those two years were the Albany trip in seventh grade and the
Corning Glass tour in eighth grade. Bill Berry, Harold and John Dillenbeck,
and Audrey Jones joined our ranks in eighth grade.
Our high school years have gone even faster. Sandy Murray came in our
Sophomore year, and in our Junior year Georgia Brehm and Jim Archer arrived.
Our first financial success was the showing of two Walt Disney movies.
The Junior play, 'They Gave Him a Coed, " and the Senior play, 'The Skel-
eton Walks, " as well as the Junior Prom over which Carol Webster reigned as
Queen were very successful. The Senior magazine sale was our biggest project.
We are looking forward to our trip to Washington and to graduation as the
high points of our high school years.
In retrospect, we wish that we could do it all over again.
Eileen O'Hara leaves one each of her motorcycle boots from Bob Bliss to
Doug MacArthur and Jeff Hendrickson.
Jim Westcott leaves to Liz Kinsella his Junior Class ring.
Tracey Lambrecht leaves her old cheerleading sneaks to Bobby Morrison.
Audrey Jones leaves to Sandy McKown and Jeanette MacDonald her for-
mula for blonde hair and uncontrolled temper.
Marjorie Ingalls leaves to Betty Poole and Lynn Frey part of her collection
of old love letters. '
Lana Sommers leaves to Dick Davis some of her American History book
reports to finish. Lucky boy!
Marion Frey leaves to Fred VanDusen the Trig regents answer sheet.
Chuck Newman leaves his old fishing spot on the Susquehanna to Howard
Lent and Dick Anderson,
David Dwight leaves the curse of red hair to Ted Armour and Pat Grimm.
Georgia Brehm leaves to Mary Anne Collins and Barb Nisbet her blue leo-
tards, and that certain smile to Den Jordan,
Beatrice Coddington leaves Marty Westcott a dance with every boy in
school at the Senior Ball.
Hilda French leaves her wavy hair to Maxine Gregory and Jean Barnes.
Duff Lawrence leaves to John Higbie her artist's touch.
Sandy Murray leaves to Jana Webster her ability to "study. "
Pat Eldred leaves her engagement ring to Nancy Bartlett and Barb Van-
Judy O'Connor and Beth Russell leave to Lynette Chambers and Betsy Sel-
leck their collection of rare jewels.
Joyce Shields leaves her singing ability to Helga Otten.
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Carol Webster leaves Carol Harding and Jean Moore each one of her red
Anne Wetherbee leaves "Pomp and Circumstance" to Bill Westcott.
Jim Archer leaves his pipe and Travelers' Checks to Bill Ford and Charles
Bill Berry leaves a car horn and a headlight to Ria Latham.
Clay Conover leaves to Sandy Alpi the recording of 'My Girl. "
Harold Dillenbeck leaves Jim Hawver and Marion Becker his ability to
Fred Hust leaves his red hat to Clarence Russell.
Bill Kehr leaves a one-way ticket to Orlando, Florida, to Iris King and a
no longer needed hockey stick to Ken Hull.
Joe Robertson leaves his lucky bowling ball to Clair Davis and Joan Eppler.
Gary Sandike leaves his fiendish laugh to Jim Hull.
John Dillenbeck leaves one of his pocket books fto be hidden behind His-
tory booksj to Wendell Bachman and Joe Ireland.
Ty Tyson leaves to Craig Truhn his position on the basketball team and
his position on the football team to Bernard DeForest.
Yesterday during band Mr. Clinnick was telling the group about a fantastic
dream in which he envisioned the Senior Class in the year 1970,
He had taken a trip throughout the Middle West. Upon arriving in Chicago
he stopped at a gas station and was amazed to see John Dillenbeck, owner of a
large chain of gas stations. After talking to John he learned that Gary Sandike
was head wine-taster at the Waldorf Astoria. He was also pleased to find that
Judy 0'Connor was on a teachers' caravan around the world. Soon Clay Conover
drove up to buy special nitro-fuel for his next race at Indianapolis.
Since it was late, Mr. Clinnick went to his hotel room for the night. Turn-
ing on his TV set, he saw Bill Kehr as the M.C. on the Florida Bandstand Show
of which Georgia Brehm was head dancing instructor. As he switched channels
he saw Joe Robertson, star of his own bowling show. During the commercial he
was shocked to see Toody Coddington in a bikini designed by Harold Dillenbeck.
After turning off the TV, MI. Clinnick picked up THE CHICAGO TRIB-
UNE, In Dorothy Kilgallen's column he was filled in on the lives of many
other Seniors. He found that Anne Wetherbee, popular pianist, was slated to
give her first concert at Carnegie Hall, that Marion Frey had just won a Na-
tional baking contest, and that Joyce Shields had organized the largest rhythm
band for first graders in existence.
Going down to the lobby before retiring, he met Jim Archer who had just
come back from his sixth flight around the world. At the airport Jim had met
Sandy and Ty Tyson as they were departing for an expedition in oceanography
to the Red Sea. At a magazine rack Mr. Clinnick picked up a MAD MAGA-
ZINE of which Bill Berry was editor. As he leafed through MAD he found an
essay written by the famous satirical writer, Tracey Lambrecht, and an article
on the Walt Disney Studios where Duff Lawrence is top cartoon artist. At the
same studio Marge Ingalls is the top animation photographer.
A few days later Mr. Clinnick was in Las Vegas. Going to a night club,
he was delighted to find Jim Westcott appearing there with his band. After the
show he talked with Jim and discovered that occasionally Audrey Jones also
appeared at the club, From Jim he also learned that Eileen O'I-lara owned a
chain of roller skating rinks, one of which is the largest in the world,
Since he was interested in rockets. MI. Clinnick decided to go to Utah for
a tourpf the largest rocket experimental center in the country. The executive
who took him on his tour, David Dwight, recognized Mr. Clinnick from his
former high school years at UCS and took Mr. Clinnick to another part of the
plant where Chuck Newman was working on plans for a new rocket. Chuck's
talk with Mr. Clinnick was very profitable, for he learned what the remaining
Seniors were doing. The former Carol Webster was in the Ithaca Hospital with
her second set of twins, and Mr. Clinnick was not surprised to hear that Beth
Russell was her nurse. Lana Sommers is also a nurse at the same hospital where
Fred Hust is an interne. Hilda French is very busy creating new hair styles for
Yul Brynner. Last, but not least, Pat Nichols Eldred is living in an igloo in
Alaska where her husband is stationed,
The only comment that Mr. Clinnick had after he had related his dream
to band was that after considering the Seniors' conduct in band, he was happy
that they had turned out so well.
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CLASS OF 1960
PRESIDENT - - - - - Clarence Russell
VICE PRESIDENT ----- Helga Otten
SECRETARY ------- Jana Webster
TREASURER - - - - - Maxine Gregory
K. Christopherson B. DeForest M. Gregory 1. Higbie
M. Collins J. Eppler P, Griffin I. Hull
C. Davis W. Ford J. Hawver K. Hull
R. Davis L. Frey I. Hendrickson J, Ireland
MR. WISNER MRS. WOOD
H. Lent B. Morrison
D. MacArthur J. Moore C.
I. MacDonald B. Nesbit
S. McKown H. Otten
Poole B. Vandenburg
Russell F. Van Dusen
B. Selleck J. Webster
Truhu M. Westcott
CLASS OF 1961
PRESIDENT ---- - - Bob Brehm
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - - John Bennett
SECRETARY ---- - -Sharryl Chambers
TREASURER - - - - -Judy Haynes
Absent: T. Hayes
M. Dibble L. Goodrich J. Hendricks
C. Dykeman I. Haynes C. Hirko
A. Frey S. Harrington R. Hotchkin
MRS- HALL MR. YANDEAU
E. Ingalls S. Lown C. Miller
D. Knight M. MacArthur A. O'I-Iara
J. Lewis N. MacCumber J. O'Rourke
CLASS OF 1962
Dillenbeck I. Freidman S. Howland
DuMond C. Gilmore N. Ingalls
DeShaw D. Hall S. Ingalls
Faigle A. Hawver P. Kobla
MR, EDSON MRS. LEWIS
M. Kobylack B. Lowe
F. Koepke J. More
F. Lent R. Mulllneaux
W. Lowe F. Murray
Absent: L. Jones, M. Jordan
Richards J. Terry
Richards R. Tltch
Russell A. Wetherbee
Russell S. Westcott
Sokol J. Wright
Swart L. Youngs
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FRONT ROW: Robert Anderson, Donald Strain, Clifford Crouch, Thomas Oles, Richard
Hendricks, Richard Van Brakle, Michael Logan. SECOND ROW: Sharon Henchey,
Eleanor Robinson, Joan Meade, Carol Brown, Carolyn Woodard, Marlene Bennett, Julia
Gregory, Rita McLaughlin. THIRD ROW: Betty Jane Lawrence, Susan Chamberlain,
Sandra Fargo, Elsie Dalton, Beverly Hobbie, Priscilla Gurney, Bobette Eppler. LAST
ROW g Edward Ingalls, Robert Becker, Jeffrey VanCott, Dale Chambers, Robert Wilber,
John Nielson, Clifford Banta.
PRESIDENT ----- - - Bob Anderson
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - - Bobette Eppler
SECRETARY ---- - Betty Lawrence
TREASURER ---- - - Jack Neilson
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FRONT ROW: Russel Jones, Donald Mayes, Robert Dalton, Jack Howland, Dennis Chris-
tophersen, Steven Baumes. SECOND ROW: Carol Phelps, Susan Chrlstopherson, Louise
Malloy, Nancy Knapp, Susan Ingalls, Susena Foote, Robin Jester, Judy Hirko. THIRD
ROW: Mary Washburn, Susan Quimby, Nancy McCumber, Royanna Goodrich, Nancy
Carey, Lucretia Cerosaletti, LAST ROW: Noel Hendrickson, Arthur Westcott, James
Reynolds, Roger Mclcown, Arthur Dwight, James Haynes, Charles Washburn.
PRESIDENT - - - - - Chuck Washburn
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - - Russel Jones
SECRETARY ---- - - -James Reynolds
TREASURER - - - - Arthur Dwight
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FRONT ROW: Ralph O'Dell, Lynn Hodges, James LaFever, Larry Ryan, Gary Gilbert,
James Higbie, Gary Cook. SECOND ROW: Louella Washburn, Patricia Wilkins, Bonnie
Vail, Linda Faigle, Karen Russell, Pamela Struble, Alberta Carey, Barbara Loser.
THIRD ROW: Otto Moore, Ross Bennett, Betty Wright, Linda McKown, Janice Eck, Susan
Hust, Gail Witter, Theodore Nichols, Burl Bachman. LAST ROW: Robert French, John
Higley, Dwight McKown, Eugene Sole, Richard Barnes, Ross Brickley Sweet, Thaddeus
Sienkiewicz, Francis Goonan, Absent: Mary Greiner, Diane Pomeroy, Sharon Sisson,
PRESIDENT ---- - - Michele Bouvier
VICE PRESIDENT - - ---- Brick Sweet
SECRETARY ---- - - Pam Struble
TREASURE! - - - Burl Bachman
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FRONT ROW: Richard Alpl, David Wright, Phillip Crawford, Sylvanius Napoleon, John
Ford, James Winchester, Frank Hallock, Howard Banks. SECOND ROW: Barbara Hunt-
ington, Margaret Campbell, Jeanette Sisson, Norma-Jean Church, Joan VanValkenburg,
Judy Hand, Maureen Murphy, Michele Bouvier. THIRD ROW: Joanne Georgia, Jean
MacArthur, Lois Gassler, Silvia Davis, Janice Dewey, Sandra Smith, Shirley LaFever,
Raychel Searles, Donna Moore, Peggy Westcott, Diane Dow. LAST ROW: Thomas
Goonan, Gerald Fisk, Bruce Nisbet, James Gregory, Timothy Logan, William Wormsley,
Harley Wilbur, William Sisson, Phillip Beckley.
This year the seventh grades combined their grades for organ-
izational purposes. The officers are listed on the foregoing
FRONT ROW: James Hodges, Richard Harding, Harvey Westcott, Brian DuMond, Lynn
Palmer, Noel Kobia, John Bonner. SECOND ROW: Barbara Georgia, Gail Goldmeir,
Kathryn Knapp, June Froehlick, Carol Ludwig, Barbara Starbuck. THIRD ROW: Linda
Higbie, Florence Lent, Linda Chambers, Margaret Richards, Isabella Gross, Charla Ack-
ley, Susan Hering, Sara Foote, Jean Terry, James Frey, LAST ROW: Ronald Berkley,
James Dyer, Charle Higley, Phyllis Washburn, Sharon O'Rourke, Donna Phelps, Eileen
Strain, Ann Gregory, Gary Dewey, Jon Jester, Absent: Linda Farmer, Ann Heavner,
Susan Browning, Joan Bennett, Dennis MacDonald. Teacher: Mrs, Fleming.
FRONT ROW: Robert Ludwig, Albert Koepke, Dick Darlin, Alvin McDonald, Allen Car-
penter, Bradley Cooke, Robert Bell, Robert Guerney, James Palmer. SECOND ROW:
Karen Jones, Peggy Babcock, Sharon DeForest, Marie Kobylack, Judith Lown, Kathleen
Constable, Sandra DuMond. THIRD ROW: Ilah Sisson, Tina Hendrickson, Nancy Frit-
chel, Barbara Quimby, Connie Codington, Cynthia Goodrich, Caroline Miller, Margaret
Baumes, Jacqueline Northrup. LAST ROW: Michael Byrne, Eric Johnson, Patricia Ingalls
Donna Edson, Helen Banks, Laurine Haynes, Patricia Strain, Pamela Barnhart, Darlene
Daley, Wendell Derr, James Garvey. Absent: Brian Truhn, Sally Gray, Donalda Hull.
Teacher: Mrs. I-leavner.
FRONT ROW: Ernest Carr, Richard Wilber, Herbert Bennett, Alan Conklin. SECOND
ROW: Nina Crawford, Mary Ellen Holmes, Carol Carr, Yvonne Goodrich, Mary O'
Hara. THIRD ROW: Bernice Hobbie, Joy Greiner, Neoma Sowles, Kitty Hust, Helen
Ingalls, Virginia Carey. LAST ROW: Don Grube, Arthur Howland, Douglas Georgia,
Robert Greiner, LeRoy Whitmore, Dave Jordan. Teacher: Mrs. VanNort.
FRONT ROW: Thomas Witter, Fayette Goodrich, Fred Marcellus, Timothy Wether-
bee, David Napoleon, LeRoy Christophersen. SECOND ROW: Muriel Starkweather,
Patty Wright, Sandra Nisbet, Marlene White, Carolyn Cable. THIRD ROW: Linda
Gurney, Gloria Youngs, June Van Hoesen, Kathy Ackeret, Linda-Rae Nichols, Teresa
Hirko, Susan Moore. LAST ROW: Robert Grube, Donald Quimby, Gary Moss, Mark
Watkins, Larry Barney, Timothy Pierce, Benjamin Ackley, John Lowe, Kenneth Back-
man, Absent: Terry Kishbaugh, Thomas McGown, Alan Marcellus. Teacher: Miss
FRONT ROW: Richard Willis, William Strain, Albert Sokol, Paul Thruston, Roger Thoms,
Thomas Youngs, Kenneth Constable, SECOND ROW: Brenda Christophersen, Donna
Dow, Elaine Robinson, Ruth Ann Crawford, Nancy Meade, Donna Aldrich, Kathie Gil-
bert. THIRD ROW: Donna McKown, Sharon Moore, Sallyann Brehm, Hollis Conley,
Mary Ashton, Susan VanCott, Jalna Wormsley, Alice Hotchkin., LAST ROW: Thomas
Neilson, Bruce Berry, Michael Johnson, Warren Robertson, Franklyn Tyler, Eric Sweet,
Dale Herring, Keith McKown. Absent: Lois Brown. Teacher: Miss Freeman.
FRONT ROW: Marshall Nichols, James Browning, Steve Jester, Montanna Wilber, Duane
Lowe, Richard Campbell, Charles Strain, Charles Hendricks, Varnold Slade. SECOND
ROW: Jeannette Carr, Paulette MacArthur, Beverly Jones, June Bmndage, Betty Orms-
bee, Sandra O'Dell, Inge Otten, Marie Earl. THIRD ROW: Linda VanHoesen, Susan
Hoag, Cheryl Horton, Mary Jones, Jo Ann Farrell, Rebecca Boynton, Carol Faigle, San-
dra Becker. LAST ROW: Corinne Berry, Bruce Armor, Phillip Holowacz, Ronald Dyer,
Donald Cleaver, David Wilkins, Lyle Madson, Timothy Lewis, Faye Harris. Teacher:
FRONT ROW: Kenneth Ackeret, Michael Barnhart, Mark Derr, Richard Dykeman, Don-
ald Smith, Daniel Bartlett, William Dalton. SECOND ROW: Shirley Meade, Linda Far-
rell, Barbara Jones, Linda Snavely, Barbara Carpenter, Jewel Banks, Mary Westfall,
Francine Wright. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Georgia, Ladene Wilber, Sue Ellen Woods, Abbe
Perosio, Geraldine Berkeley, Elizabeth Lambert, Joyce Morrison, Joanne Webb, Joanne
Zimmerman, Christine LaFever. LAST ROW: Frank Barney, Ralph Bennett, Craig Mc-
Kown, James Groff, Phillip Hunt, Stephen Martin, Donald Dyer, Gerald French. Absent:
Grace Paris. Teacher: Mrs. Slocum.
FRONT ROW: Jimmy Johnson, Ricky Woods, Stephen Simmons, Steven Darlin, David
Newcomb, Keith Bachman, David Bills, Donald Vought. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Ryan,
Mary Lou DuMond, Janet Lewis, Alice Carpenter, Deborah Bartlett, Barbara Moss. THIRD
ROW: Kathy Hull, Mary Susan Haynes, Judy Babcock, Deborah Dow, Martha Lou Scott,
Gloria Richards, Mary Dibble, Laraine Pomeroy, LAST ROW: Cathy Campbell, Jimmy
R. Davis, Joey Zaverl, Billy Washburn, Mark Carmichael, Patrick O'Rourke, Roger In-
galls, Richard Law, Timmy DuMond, Lynda Goonan. Absent: Joyce Jones, Robert Har-
der, Christopher Logan. Teacher: Mrs. Sommers,
FRONT ROW : Peter Mozlngo, Albert Clune, John Banks, Carl Ingalls, Robert Farrell,
James Davis, Paul Herring. SECOND ROW: Gail Gilbert, Marilyn Beggs, Karen Moore,
Ellen Brown, Erszabeth Couse, Cynthia Fitch, Susan Simmons, Katherine Kishbaugh.
THIRDROW: Judy Green, Marlene Fiorina, Linda Bonker, Christine DeVost, Ira May
Youngs, Bonnie Jacob, Barbara Truhn. LASTAROW: James Harageones, Jerry Johnson,
James Vail, Paul Barnhart, Nicholas Nichols, Douglas Youngs, Richard Garvey, Absent:
Terry Bell, Robert Cleaver, Jeff DuMond, James Innes, Joanne Logan, Regina Mulli-
neaux. Teacher: Mrs. Silvernell.
FRONT ROW: Dorothy Swart, Letitia Slade, Diane Slade, Barbara Labour, Donna Har-
der, Betty-Jane Horton, Margaret Lambert, SECOND ROW: Graden Ryan, Kenneth
Koepke, Leland Ryan, Michael Sisson, George Shephard, James Larsen, Melvin Grube,
Raymond Snavely. LAST ROW: James Thoms, Chester Carr, John Wormsley, Gilson
Becker, Gary Valentine, Phillip Wright, Michael Welch, Robert Conley, William Carey
Absent: Robert Jones, Deborah Murray, Danny Dow, Teacher: Mrs. Roffe,
FRONT ROW g Patricia Welch, Jo Ann Nowiski, Margaret Mozingo, Donna Earl. ICH-
nifer Dart, Denise Darlin, Linda French, SECOND ROW: Del Emerson, James Snop-
kowski, Clifford DeVost, Edward Kobylack, James Gray, Douglas Raymond, James
Hunt, Robert Strain. LAST ROW: Kathleen Bills, Jerry Smith, Roland Swart, Phillip
Dwight, Michael Whitney, Arnold Slade, John Herring, Martha- Georgia. Absent:
Linda Wisner, George Nichols, Kelsey Lambrecht. Teacher: Mrs. Whitmarsh.
FRONT ROW: Beth Ann Woods, Genevieve Baulch, Mary Beth Sweet, Christine Her-
ring, Barbara Hobbie, Alice Froelich. SECOND ROW: Cathy Tyler, Diane Ingalls,
Gordon Strain, William Westfall. LAST ROW: William Owen, Richard Helfand,
Thomas VanGorder, Richard Howland, Michael Chambers, Ernest Harageones, Tim-
othy Christophersen, Kevan Koepke. Absent: Donald Field, Yvonne Huntington,
Kenneth Shields. Teacher: Mrs. Cole,
FRONT ROW: Dlane Goonan, Sandra Aldrich, Laura Clune, Melanie Otten, Mary Jean
Hirko, Marcia Martin, Vivian Miller, SECOND ROW: Charles Horton, Richard Wright,
Oliver Austin, Timothy O'Dell, Thomas Dillenbeck, James Earl, Carl Sokol, Thomas
Gregory. LAST ROW: Barbara Lambert, Michael Zimmerman, Eric Hendrickson, Wren
Dixson, Thomas Blrdsall, Douglas McKown, Christine Garvey. Absent: David Crouch,
Mary Dalton, Constance Georgia, Ernest Jones, Elizabeth Palmer, Patricia Shaver,
Sharleen Swart. Teacher: Mrs. Bott.
FRONT ROW: Donl Marzulla, Debra Howland, Connie Glover, Linda Moss, Sharon
Jones, Colleen Bonker, Cheryl Ann Luce. SECOND ROW: Barry Truhn, Thomas Mor-
rison, Jeffrey Barber, Alfred KnaPP. Lewis Shephard, LeRoy Rathbun, Ralph Sole, Jerry
Ryan, William Cleaver, LAST ROW: Frank Selleck, Richard Greiner, Elaine Hara-
geones, Joanne Davis, Geraldine Owen, Thomas Herring, Thomas'DeMulder. Absent:
Lucinda Crandall, Jean Weeks, George Drexler, Gary Georgia, Michael Jacobs, Keith
Kishbaugh, Robert Reynolds, Robert Wright. Teacher: Mrs. Beckley,
FRONT ROW: Corrine Ingalls, Connie Kishbaugh, Anna Lee Mehlenbacher, Theresa
Scott, Linda Burton, Phyllis Shephard, Debra Goodrich. SECOND ROW: Ernest Johnson,
Ricky Haynes, Robert Glover, Thomas Yandeau, Charles Marcellus, Rex Coddington,
Montle Nichols, Kenneth Holbert, Stanley Whitmore, Rudy Hyzer. LAST ROW:
Thomas O'Dell. Steve Whitney, Sharon Helfand, Carolyn Ackeret, Sheila Swart, Deir-
dre Daley, Linda Dlllenbeck, James Dow, Bruce DeVost, Kenneth Berkeley. Absent:
Joel Jones, Danny Snopkowski, David Alfredson, Sharon Marcellus. Teacher: Mrs.
FRONT ROW: Robert Couse, Dennis O'Dell, Michael Chonka, Darryl DeForest, Steven
Groff. SECOND ROW: Carolee Conway, Patricia Lambert, Donna VanHoesen, Michele
McEligot, Robin Silvernell, Jean Mehlenbacher, Sandra Horton. LAST ROW: Thomas
Mayes, Marshall Dart, Fred Leibe, Geoffrey Valentine, John Wright, Mark Sklenarik,
Bart Conley, Joseph Schlafer. Absent: Ronald Reynolds, Laureen Harris, Mary Margaret
Innes, Teacher: Mrs, Riley,
FRONT ROW: Rebecca De Mulder, Bonnie Mayhood, Pamela Bonker, Donna Selleck.
SECOND ROW: Joyce Shephard, Barbara Scott, Anne McCumber, Nicole Bouvier, Nancy
Bueker, Martha Barnhart. LAST ROW: Kenneth Slater, Craig VanCott, David Hendrick-
son, Theodore Welch, Joseph Earl, Roger Youngs, Theron Russell, Benjamin Hobbie. Ab
sent: Gary Crandall, Robert Logan, Bonnie Ormsbee, Bonnie Strain, Robert Tiffany.
Teacher: Mrs. Russell.
FRONT ROW: Russell Luce, William Daley, Jo-Ann Howland, Calvin Farmer. SECOND
ROW: Debra Darlin, Joseph Sisson, Robert Zaveryl, Nancy Newhouse, James Hand, Con
nie Jo Banta. LAST ROW: John Palmer, Robin Ruling, Lucinda McKown, David Wisner,
Verna Jean Carey, Deborah Emerson, David Swart. Absent: Doreen Ryan, Douglas Wil-
ber. Teacher: Mrs. Russell.
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STUDE T COUNCIL
PRESIDENT ---- - - ---- Charles Newman
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - Kenneth Hull
SECRETARY ---- - - Barbara Morrison
TREASURER - - - Sandra Murray
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Merry Jordan, Anne Hawver, STANDING: Ann O'-
Hara, Barbara Crouch, Betsy Selleck, Pinky Cham-
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Drum Majorette -- Sandy Murray
JUNIOR MAJ ORETTES
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Donna Dow, Sharon Sisson, Rachael Searles, Susan Hust, Sally Brehm, Mary O'Hara.
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PRESIDENT ------------- - Susena Foote
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - Pam Struble
gfw' SECRETARY - - - - - Nancy Knapp
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GIRLS, ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIGN
PRESIDENT -------------- Carol Webster
VICE PRESIDENT ------------ Ria Latham
SECRETARY ---- Marjorie Ingalls
TREASURER ------------ Maxine Gregory
U.C.S. ATHLETES' CLUB
'V PRESIDENT ---------------- Ty Tyson
VICE PRESIDENT - - Jim Westcott
SECRETARY - - Ted Armour
TREASURER - - - "Weed" Russell
Larry Armour - -
Arthur Dwight - -
Jeff Bouvier - -
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- - - VICE PRESIDENT - - - -
- - SECRETARY - - -
- - TREASURER - - - - -
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- Raychel Searles
LIBR RY CLUB
PRESIDENT ---------- -- - Anne Wetherbee
VICE PRESIDENT - - - - Maria Latham
SECRETARY -------- - - Sandra Murray
ATTENDANCE OFFICER - - - - John Berry
PRESIDENT -------------- Sandy Murray
VICE PRESIDENT ----------- Bill Westcott
SECRETARY-TREASURER ---- ---- H elga Otten
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FREEDOM AW RD HO OR U.C.S
UNADILLA HONORED-The Freedom Foundation has presented one of its
coveted George Washington medals to Unadilla Central School tor an ex-
ceptional program in teaching fundamentals of the American way of life.
From the left, reading announcement of the award are: Miss Janice Neal, director of the '
Yorkers Clubg Miss Frances Freeman. fifth grade teacher: Robert Scarry, social studies teach-
erg David Dwight, senior class president, and Charles Newman, president of the Student Council.
"""""'-"Students and fac-
ulty at Unadilla Central
School have been honored with
an award fram the Freedom
The foundation's George
Washington Medal will be pre-
sented to the school during a
forthcoming assembly pro-
Supervising Principal Gilson
Slater said yesterday the
award for UCS was announced
during the foundation's annual
ceremony at Valley Forge, Pa,
"Our school was one of sev-
eral public, private and
parochial schools throughout
the nation to receive the
honor," he declared.
'Phe.award is based on an
exceptional program of teach-
The record was submitted
to an award jury of the
Freedom Foundation last fall.
In commenting on the
award, Mr. Scarry termed it
a "wonderful honor" for Una-
dilla Central School and
praised students and teachers
who participated in the
The foundation annually
honors schools, colleges, or-
ganizations, and individuals
for promoting better under-
:standing of individual free-
doms and responsibility under
the American system.
Established in 1949, the
Freedom Foundation is a non-
profit, non-sectarian and non-
ing fundamentals of the l The G.e0rge Washington
American system at Unadilla l award, ,hlghesf honor of the
Central School' 1 foundatlon, this year was pre-
Last C year, students and
faculty, under Robert Scarry,
social studies teacher, com-
piled a record of photographs
and newspaper accounts of
school activities involving the
American way of life.
sented Dr. Arthur A. Schuck,
chief executive of the Boy
Scouts of America.
Last year's recipient of the
top award was former Presi-
cient Herbert Hoover.
. . . the captain bowed his head.
Chuck takes the spotlight in Home Ec. V.
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COACH GERALD GREEN
A pre-season belief was that Unadilla had been
too good for 8-man rivals in the Tri-Valley 'C' loop
but would need the help of a kind schedule-maker
if they were to make a respectable 11-man start.
Respectable is surely a mild adjective with which to
describe the first season of 11-man football at U.C.S,
Under the able direction of Coach Green and with
great spirit, the team won the first three games, In-
juries took their toll in the loss to league champion
Chenango Forks. After two easy victories, the squad
met defeat on Delhi's field in the last game. Finish-
ing in third place and placing three men on the all-
star team made our first venture in 11-man football
Basketball this year was plagued with difficulties ranging from lneligibility to poor
shooting. A combination that would click just couldn't be found. The team was ac
tually better than the won-lost record would seem to indicate, for nearly all the games
were close, and the U.C, S, five were seldom defeated by a large margin. Next year
promises great improvement.
. . BASKETBALL
FRONT: Calvin Thurston, Russ Jones, Rog Chambers,
Fred Murray, Bob Hotchkin. BACK: Jim Starbuck,
Dana Russell, Bob Brehm, Rich Stllson, Tom Oles.
Under the leadership of Coach Dalsheim,
the IV team had its best season in many
years, Paced throughout the season by ex-
cellent shooting and rebounding, the team
captured second place in the league, Great
promise for better varsity teams lies in these
Unadilla Gilbertsville Unadilla
Unadilla Guilford Unadilla
Unadilla Morris Unadilla
Unadilla Afton Unadilla
Unadilla Draper Unadilla
Unadilla Afton Unadilla
Unadilla Franklin Unadilla
New Berlin 34
FRONT ROW: Jim Westcott, Chuck Newman, Dave Dwight, Joe Robertson, Ty Tyson,
Craig Truhn, Jim Hawver. SECOND ROW: Mickey Cross, Howard Lent, Charlie Win-
chester, Jim Starbuck, Denny Jordan, Ted Armour, Bill Berry, Bob Hotchkin,
This year's team will have to work very hard to
better the record set by last year's squad, who lost
only two games and captured the league champion -
ship. With six returning lettermen, the outlook for
a good season is bright.
. . BASEBALL
FRONT ROW: Russ Jones, Muggs Campbell, Tom Berry, Fred Murray, Rog Chambers
SECOND ROW g Larry Armour, Jeff Bouvier, Clair Davis, Tom Oles, Dana Russell,
Roland Alfredson. LAST ROW: Ray Titch, Paul Kobia, Wendell Bachman, David
Knight, Gary Sandike, Bob Sokol, Leslie Youngs, Calvin Thurston.
April 30 Unadilla at Morris
May 4 Draper at Unadilla
May 7 Franklin at Unadilla
May 11 Unadilla ar Otego
May 14 Unadilla at Worcester
May 18 Edmeston at Unadilla
May 21 Unadilla at New Berlin
May 25 Unadilla at Franklin
May 28 Orego at Unadilla
June 1 Worcester at Unadilla
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Varslty Cheerleaders keep up the spmt wlth
Go Unadllla Go I
Tracey Sandy Carol Llz
Junior Varsity Cheerleaders cheer the team to victory,
The ILlHi.0I'SSIliOl' GZMTICS WBI6 3. riot!
This ahove all -- to thine own self he true
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou mm: not then he fezlfe to my mme.
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RADUATION DAY is a memorable blending of the past with the
I present. But most important of all, on this day, is the bright
promise of a future that is yet to be won. The big adventure is just I 5'
beginning. The opportunity to light up the world is now yours. 3 r
On this day of days, as you stand before family and friends, Q
you are wrapped in the warmth of pleasant memories that will live
with you forevermore. You are wearing a discernible look of achieve-
ment. The pride of accomplishment is your own personal badge. And
rightly so, for graduation is a monument among the milestones that
will mark your journey through life.
At this very moment you are looking at a long procession of days
and nights that, seemingly, stretch out endlessly before you. They
represent the raw material with which you will be working the rest of
your life . . . but it is important that you do not spend too much
time in the reviewing stand, watching the years pass swiftly by. March
with the passing parade. Keep in step with the times, and prepare
yourself at all times to take the lead whenever the opportunity arises.
Within the next few months, perhaps in a matter of weeks, you
will begin to face some of the major decisions that have a dominant
influence on everyone's role in life. Further education? Marriage?
Choice of job opportunity and the community in which you will make
your home? These are some of the major decisions which will have
an important bearing on the future happiness and well-being of your-
self and your family-to-be. It is well to plan wisely and proceed
Graduation day-at the very beginning of the "big adventure",
so to speak-is an especially opportune time to survey your future.
This does not mean that you should merely look ahead, however, for
the term "survey" has a much broader connotation. Thus, you should
take a comprehensive view of the overall direction in which you are
now headed. Carefully analyze all of the possibilities, and begin at
once to shape your plans accordingly. Now is the time, becausei- to 55
a surprisingly large degree-each individual is the architect of his
own destiny. 5
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