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BOARD OF EDUCATION 1- ."5 -Us K Y- Seated Mrs John Eggleston Mr J Maxwell Clouse presudent Mrs Anthony Chrrstnno Standing Mr Carroll Wotermon Mr George H Nichols THE SECRETARIAL STAFF 0 +I' ,44T5 Q39-M Y Seoted Muss Jessne Broanerd Mrs Georgro Bolton Mrs Helen Cobb Mass Julro Petrok Stondrng Muss Roymeto Chaffee Mrs Belle Barney Mrs Genevneve Roberts 4 ,MJ JM M -.rs L FACULTY 5 They fought us oll, of oll creeds ond kinds, To respect our friends, each others' mindsg To us they were o gundung Iughf Through whrch to see o future brrghf ww-Je w ILC.. .3 ffffv Jw' Q , y e "' T07 tl' If M A . ...Xu N, X 1' I M,L. f?.f i ,f,' , :fx " i V 1 r,,f ' I Vx- . ff - x . 1 Aly . r 5 1'7" I W T. NRM X ,f ff nr A 1 'Q,-aixig XX V X , V.,-f , 'LV . ,Y V, 1 ' 1, r M! I I I J JV: ' ,IJ ' A we 1' I I 1 fy! ,Uh wif 1' j V 1 V X VYJK! VU 7 I :YH W. A f f ,V I ,KJ if I l J yy, , DV-T ff h WM 'IJ Vx! 4' 1, I Lui 4 fl! ,ffm V if ! .lf I VX ' ,fy 516 . i ' L i :X 5 4 J , K M QS .Sir 'LV , I4 0 J t A I r , r U4 X I iff . 1 . 71' x VI .f lb' I ' rf Q Qu 1 X . DR WILLIAMJ KRUM JR Superuntendent of Schools Hamulton College A B Teachers College Columbua Unvversuty MA Columbua Unuversuty PhD TO THE 1953 GRADUATES As chuldren you have engoyed the happuness of home and famuly As young people you have gauned suons and shared the fears the worrues caused by countrues at war May you as young adults be un strumental by your words deeds and contrubutuons un establushung peace un your home the world MARY L PITKIN MR DEWITT WOODARD Assocuate Pruncupal St Lawrence Unuvers ty B A New York State Teachers College at Albany M A lf we are to have permanent world peace we must learn to love rather than to hate we must be ready to talk rather than to fught we must cultuvate patuence rather than umpatuence we must learn to compromuse wuth honor rather than for the sake of expeduency Peace luke war beguns un the munds of men lt us therefore of the utmost umportance that each of us learn the skulls of peace and practuce them un our dauly relatuons wuth others Thus we can do at home at school un our vocatuons or un our communuty actuvu tues and by so doung we can make an effectuve start down the long road to world peace WM J KRUM JR MISS MARY L PITKIN Pruncupal New York State Teachers College at Albany A B Columbua Unuvers ty Many plans for promotung peace have been proposed durung the twen tueth century Some have had merut but none have succeeded Peace beguns un the hearts of men There can be no peace untul unduvuduals famulues com munutues and natuons belueve un and practuce the Golden Rule Do unto others as you would have others do unto you Any plan for peace whuch us not based upon thus prnncuple us bound to faul D S WOODARD 6 I I I I I .A I . . . 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MRS RUTH COLES ADAMEK Cortland State Teachers College BS Physical Education Department In charge of Junior and Sensor Intramural Actsvstses Adviser to Girls Leaders Club If there ss righteousness heart there wsll be beauty sn the character lf there ss beauty in the character there will be har mony in the home If there ss harmony sn the home there wsll be order sn the nation When there is order sn the natson there MR ROBERT D AGONE New York State College for Teachers at Albany A B M A Gusdance Department Boys Counselor Since wars begin in the minds of men sf ss in the msnds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed Constitution of UNESCO wsll be peace sn the world A Chinese Proverb MISS ALENE ALDERSON New York State College for Teachers at Albany B A University of Michigan MA Work on diplomas for Commencement Perhaps at the last music will unste the world when the sntells gence of the world realizes the R DANIEL ANDERSEN mon College B S Mathematics Department Adviser for Sensor announce Adviser for Sensor sectson of Yearbook As much as lieth sn you live peaceably with all men Romans I2 I8 MRS DORIS ANDERSEN New York State College or Teachers at Albany B A M A English Department Adviser for Junior sectson of Yearbook Assistance adviser for Sensor announcements Let us then pursue what makes for peace and for mutual up- building." futslsty of words Dr H W Thompson MR CLARENCEJ BECKER Buffalo State Teachers College lndustrsal Arts Department Peace on Earth does not imply appeosement contasnment stale mate or truce among nations It means peace between the worker and hss employer peace between the black man and the white man tranquslsty and harmony and mutual respect among men Romans l4:l9 MlSS MADELEINE BURNS Cortland State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Department Adviser for Junior Leader's Club In charge of Freshman and . CLARENCE BERRY Potsdam Normal Driver Education Department "Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations.' George Washington Sophomore Intramural Activities ' "The peace of God, which pass- eth all understanding keeps your hearts and msnds." New Testament of all conditions.' Sam Sullivan MRS. MILDRED A. CALLAHAN New York University, B.S. University of New Hampshire Music Department "War fasls, try peace, put up the ,,, useless sword. John Greenleaf Whittier P, cz. ,L-Lexi sk' 'n,'1,. x.,LsCl C,Lss,Uc," MR. PAUL C. BRADT Syracuse University M.S. Buffalo State Teachers College, B.S. Director of Guidance and Adult Education "Peace shall over all the earth Its ancient splendor fling, And the whole world send back the song Which now the angels sing." E. H. Sears The Angel's Song ' l . FACULTY H A I , .n H , 4 I . M . U A , , . English Department ' ' ' ments and name. cards ' - , f . . l MR MR HAROLDV COBB University of Maine A B Supervisor of the Physical Educa tion Department of the Public Schools of Endicott Head coach of football and baseball I give no thought to my neigh bor s birth Or the way he makes his prayer I grant him a tree man s place on earth If only his game is square Roger Clark New MRS. ANNE F. DODGE Mansfield State Teachers College B.S. Mathematics Department Co-Adviser for Banquet Committee How beautiful upon the moun- tains are the feet of him that bringeth good tidings that pub- Iisheth peace." Old Testament MR EUGENE MICHAEL CAMADELLA St Bonaventure University BA English Department Adviser tor the Sophomore section of Yearbook Co Adviser for Class Day Committee Peace is not passive but an active virtue Monsignor Fulton J Sheen Y' CLIFFORD CROOKS York State Teachers College at Albany A B University of Pennsylvania M A History Department Student Council Adviser Co Adviser for Class Day Committee Flies look for decay kings for wcr and wicked men for quar- rels but good men look only for peace' Anonymous MR. D. BRUCE ELLIS Syracuse University A.B. New York State Teachers College at Albany M.A. History Department Adviser tor Senior Prom Committee "Practice tolerance and live to- gether in peace with one another as good neighbors. Charter of the United States MISS CLARA COVEN EY Teachers College at Columbia University B S Head of the Homemaking Department Lord bid war s trumpet cease Fold the whole world in peace Oliver Wendell Holmes 41 MRS. RUTH EDSON Houghton College B,S. Director of U-E Choir and Girls Glee Club "Let gentle peace assert her power and kind affection rule the hour." Charles Sprague MRS MYRA D CARMAN Cortland State Teachers College English Department Peace is tranquil liberty Cicero MRS LEAH A CROSSMAN Plattsburg State Teachers College Commercial Department In charge of typing for the Thesaurus Peace on Earth Good will toward men The Bible MISS RUTH ESTY William Smith College B.A. English Department "It peace cannot be maintained with honor, it is no longer peace." Lord John Russell FACULTY I N f- 4, ,, . , H A V - ,, . ' - . V Q . VL. MR, fx. ' , , YW K u V A . ' ' I f 1 Q1 H , . . - .1 Q -H , , 3 MRS. EDNA A. FINCH Cornell University, A.B. Head of the English Department General adviser for the Yearbook Creative Writing Club sponsor The peace of great books be for you Carl Sandburg MRS ISABELLE FRIDERICH D Youville College B A Mathematics Department Commencement work Co Adviser for Banquet Committee May the God we trust as a nation Throw the light of His peace and grace On a flag with its stripes un tarnished And with every star in place he Flag of Fort McHenry MR WILLIAM L HATSELL Hobart College B A Syracuse University M A History Department Adviser for the Gift Committee It is a strenuous thing this of living the life of a free people and we cannot escape the bur den of our inheritance Woodrow Wilson MISS FREDERICA HOLLISTER Cornell University BA Latin Department Adviser to Junior and Senior Adviser to Advertising Staff at Yearbook In charge of Spring Formal of Tru H Ah' when shall all mens good Be each man s rule and umver sal peace Lie like a shaft of light across the land And like a lane of beams athwart the sea Thro all the circle of the golden year? Tennyson The Golden Year MR CHARLESP KASKEY Cortland State Teachers College B M S Driver Education Department lf more people all over the world would smile during their tribulations peace would no be so difficult to attain Statement by former U S Ambassador to Spam FACULTY 9 MR. GEORGE A. FORBES Niagara University, B.S. Science Department Coach of Cheerleaders "There are many ways to peace but none is cheap or eos Anonymous R ROLAND C FRIDER ICH Ithaca College BS Athletic Department May the cooperative efforts ot the free nations of the world draw us ever closer to the peace we cherish for all mankind Anonymous MRS MARJORIE F HESS Rochester Business Institute Columbia University Syracuse University Commercial Department Co Adviser for Honor Assembly Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the chll dren of God The Buble lSS M ANNETTA JONES A Honours University of Wales Aberystwyth College Derby Hugh Sc ool England History Department In hearts too young for enmity There lies the woy to make men free When childrens friendships are world wade New ages will be glorified Let chtld love child and wars will cease Dusarm the heart for that as peace Ethel Blair Jordan MR RICHARDZ KLETT Syracuse University BS Cornell University Supervlsor of Technical Department Adviser to Technical Club They shall beat their swords into ploughshares and their spears into pruning hooks na tion shall not lift sword against nation neither shall they learn war any more Old Testament H . 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MISS RUTH LAWRENCE Unuverslty of Rochester A B Syracuse Unrverslty Englush Department Co Advlser for Honor Assembly Nothrng can brlng you peace but yourself MISS ALTA M MCLEAN Syracuse Unlverslty AB Hlstory Department The llfe of humanuty upon thas planet may yet come to an end and a very terrlble end But l would have you notice that thus end as threatened un our time not by anythrng that the unr verse may do to us but only by what mon may do to hrmselt John Haynes Holmes 'UH s 1 Emerson MISS RUTH I KNISKERN New York Unlversuty B S Plattsburg State Teachers College Head of Commercral Department Advrser for Commerclal Club To be prepared tor war IS one of the most etfectrve ways of preservung peace George Washrngton MR PAULJ MCCORMACK Niagara Umverslty BA Fordham Unlverslty MS Englnsh and Soclal Studres Department Adviser for Bowling Advrser for Prcnrc Commrttee Let us strnve on to frmsh the work we are rn to do all whuch may achleve and cherlsh a yust and lastnng peace among our selves and wrth all nations Lrncoln s Second Inaugural D' MISS GLADYS L MERSEREAU State Teachers College at Albany A B New York Unlverslty MA Sorbonne Pans France Gurdonce Department Grrls Counselor Faculty advnser for the Trl Ht Club Peace and trrendshrp wuth all mankmd as our wrsest polncy and I wush we may be permstted to pursue ut Thomas Jefferson FACULTY no MR JAMESN LONGWELL State Unrversrty of New York Industrial Trolnlng Technrcal Department lt shall hold companronshup rn peace wnth honour as un war Wrlllam Shakespeare MISS JANET MEALY Skldmore College B A Wellesley College M A Modern Language Department Advlser to French Club The world cannot contlnue to wage war lake physrcal grants and to seek peace luke rntellect ual pygmles Basal O Connor MRS ESTHERL LAINHART Cortland State Teachers College Art Department Art Adviser tor Yearbook Art Advrser for school posters Peace IS not the absence of conflrct but the abllnty to cope with It Edward R Murrow MISS MARGARET MCDOUGALL Oneonta State Teachers College Syracuse Unrverslty BS Mathematncs Department It rs generally assumed as an axiom that all persons want peace Conslderlng the well known facts un the career of the human race thus us a currous mustake For If there IS any one thing mankrnd seems to be fond of more than another at us a row Dr Frank Crane EDGAR S MULHOLLEN Umversrty at Puttsburgh AB New York University MA Supervrsor at Secondary Educatnon Peace hath her vrctorues Na less renownd than war MlltOn FACULTY JN v- ff- - ,fp-, f- ,R 441594, fl? f",---LL- UQ 'JPL VApJO"'EL ' .l.. . 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T4 K , - I-6 MISS ADONA R SICK New York Unwerwty, BS, Librarian U-E Lnbrarv CIUIJ Amtser MRS SARAH JANE RYAN New Yo'k State Teachers Ceweae ct Mbany, A E Engmh Dc-rwdrnent The only hope for aww.: Ire: an that one sentence We are aI of ae feI'ow-passengers on the :arnerwIcneti"r1we are a I ef ae ertaom reign'-rhIr3 'C' the hai' Utne-as and AVI :una fr the wtrIt1 rn whrh we Iwggien 'cg Iwv Henrfrrk .'-Mew xan Loan MA I hate war but I tveheve, be Ireve that the Sana ot the anaeIx ,J above Bethlehem as a urophr-cv, Ivelleve that rrght rs ultimate ff' mrght, helvexe In the fatherhood of GOA, rn the brotherhood of man, and hawe cast the anchor of my faith Uehrnd the Prince of Peafe " Danrel A Palma vy' -qv-14 MISS MARCIA L STONE Cornell Untwersrty, E S Syracuse Un,-.er5rty, M A. Mathematru Department They hase Pat wanted peace at all, they have wanted to In xparcri war an tIwu.gh the ah- -urile oI war nm, HM' sam reaie Ikrreths Tbrhrrrrr-,rrrt 1 r A MR R. CRAWFORD STAHL Umversrty of Rochester Eastman School OI Musrc E M Masrc Department Orchextra, Marchuna Bam! B Band Peare rs tar the :Vrana Morten Aarcnd-X Nfl.. 4-5 MISS MABEL STONHAM ,AIIIMI I-nr-.vrwty ES H www IJeL'r1r'rrwr't 'I 'I tr-r-re - Pegzu ' I .Hx r r J. FACULTY MRS JOAN A RYBAK ComeII Lnwersrvr. ES Harrternakthq Dezartrr-ent Aripfer for Frrendsha C ab who heary sees and r1oI'is h. peace ntax alwaws lrwe In peace john Lia'-e MRS BARBARA SMITH Sxratuxe Unrversrfy, M A M1 Holwoke, BA Drama Department Sr-mm max ctvectcr hand carry SVIII In thy rraht at-ntIe peace to sIIence erwrous trvrtrnwn SIwI1k4wpz'urcr MISS VIVIAN L STEELE New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B S Cornmercnal DCOOrtmCn1 Cxrcmatran staff of Yearbook "Peace Ior our tzme ueacc wrth honor Charntverlarn MISS RUTH H STONE Sxracuse Lnnverslfw, M S B S Sooeureor cf Homernaktnq Department 9 That Ionq rConm1ran frontrer from the Atlanttc to the Pacrtuc Oceans guarded only by ncuqh Iworh resuect ant! honaraI:Ie ot: irtgatrr-ns rs an example to every nutmtry anti a pattern for the ttrttrrx- at the wtrrlzi Vvrnstan Churrhrll Q5 T7 MISS ANNA TRAINOR Plattsburg State Teachers College Commerclal Department Her ways are ways of pleasant ness and all her paths are peace The Buble MISS MAE E VAUGHN Syracuse Umverslty A B Sclence Department peace than cakes and ale un tear Aesop Town Mouse and Country Mouse MRS ERNESTINE WHITE Umverslty of Callfornla 8 A Exchange teacher from Gardena Callfornna Engllsh Department The proposutlon IS peace peace founded upon prlnclples purely paclhc Edmund Burke MISS ELEANOR A VOGELGSANG Syracuse Umverslty A B Columbla Unlverslty M A English Advlser Advlser Sunday Adviser Adviser fi 'lf ,sh MR FRANK UVANNI Syracuse Unlversnty BS Speech Carrectlon for the End: cott Publlc Schools A steadfast concert for peace can never be malntalned except by a partnershlp at democratlc natlons Woodrow Wllson Department for the Zephyr tor Student page of the Press for Assembly Commlttee for Class Day Even a foal when he holdeth has peace IS counted wlse Proverbs XVII 28 FACULTY MR CHARLESH TURVER Lawrence College A B Unlverslty of Rochester M S Sclence Department Blalogy Honors Seminar Adviser So for ln the hlstory of the world there have never been enough mature people nn the right places C B Chlsholm College S there there there there where MR DOMINICJ VERGONA Oswego State Teachers College B S lndustrlal Arts Department There can be no peace wlthout gustlce any nation that seeks peace wnthaut lustlce wlll ultl mately fund nenther peace nor justice Ephrem Medhen WALTERS Advlser to Semor Rang 3 Commlttee oll our prayers MR HENRYC WHITE Syracuse Unuverslty B S St Lawrence Umverslty ME Department of Agriculture Advuser to Future Farmers of Amerlca Behold how good and how pleasant lt IS for brothers t dwell together IH unlt The Buble I3 Lord make me an Instrument of your peace Where there IS hatred let me saw love IS mlury pardon us doubt fanth as desponr hope IS darkness llght there IS sadness roy St Francis ot Assnsa MRS MAUDEC VARTULI Plattsbur State Teachers Syracuse Umverslty MS Homemaklng Department Advnser to Junlor Red Cross where where where where and MISS MARGUERITE J Syracuse Umversuty A B MA Social Studles Department Tas by our quarrels that we Mother Sl A ' ' ,S 1. b "Better beans and bacon ln H - A I I 1 f A - ' -' ' , . ., . . - sp? . . sp I U -H I V . . 0 yo. E MR JOHNM WOODRUFF Rochester Instutute of Technology Lmuversnty ot Rochester Technncal Department Advuser for Techmcol Club W,-in Let us therefore follow ofter the things which make for pence The Buble 1 SS-J MR CARL ZONIO New York State Teachers College ot Albany A B Syracuse University M A Modern Language Dcportment Adviser to Spanish and ItoIuon Clubs When o man lands no peace wi hun hnmsell t ns useless o seek nt elsewhere Lo Rorheloucauld MISS BETTY WYKE New York State Teochers Collcge ot Albany A B Syracuse Unrversnly Harvard Unlverslty English Department Yearbook odyuser for ooto and pictures of Sensor class rothung con brmg you peace but thc Triumph Of prwncaplcs Ralph Waldo Emerson PURCHASING AGENT AND CLERK OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION wa QR. 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I' A , ,ss - , no ss- so If ZX X x " x Q f-ss.Qff9Q..QX X ,Q TGJ fag Xfzw O Q Vp fc HEETER WfYObIfV5fxl 15 H GRADUATING CLASS OF 1953 SUMMA CUM LAUDE fl: CC' 'X if FIRST HONOR X SECOND HONOR Patrucno Adams Glorua Malowrcky 2 119 ii V7 X I ,t Inns? THIRD HONOR FOURTH HONOR Barbara Baftzel Vrctor Decker MAGNA CUM LAUDE Front row Frances LoBeIlo lla Sanford Mnchael Tarcha Sherrl Koon, Wullord McCarty Goldene Wrse John Maha, Barbara Baltzel Peter Uhrunec Patrrcra Adams, Nancy Gelatt Second row Dorothy Yocos, Barbara Barton, MnchaeI Maxran, Sara Jane Duffy Wnllrarn Dayton, lone Romer, Irvm Blakeslee, Kay Yenngst, Garfreld Cooper, Barbara Davrs, Vector Decker, Joyce Krser Theresa Molsua Thrrd row Allene McCarty, Barbara Custer, Suzanne Mersereau, Kay Hansell, Camulle Magguore Catherme Delany Bruno Calapuetro, Phnhp Forde, Glorna Malowucky, Anne Fay Casey Ehzabeth Worsfer, Marulyn Frey Marlene Gray, Beverly Wylam I6 gl Another year has come and gone, and with it another Senior class Tune n seenm 5 the only proof of success but we of the class of 53 belneve that tnmes wull prove that we have reached ourgoal Bruno Colapnetro our hard worknng presldent has led student government to a new heught of prommence Key Club Trlkh thelanguageclubs andthe Tech nlcal Club as well as all the numerous organlzatlons of our Alma Mater have prospered under capable supervwuon and able leadershnp Our only regret us that we seldom real :ze the value of our oblect untul we are about to lose It SENIORS SENIOR OFFICERS Front Edward Bnlnk presudent Suzanne Mersereau secretary Back Sara Jane Duffy vlce presldent Vnctor Decker treasurer MARIE NEVA ABBOTT Dee Commercial Course Hobbies Danc :ng Movles IBM PATRICIA ANN ADAMS Pat College Entrance Course Latln Club llunuorl 4 Glee Club 2 Thesaurus General Staff 4 Intramural Basket 2 3 4 Softball 2 4 Ten 3 Volleyball 2 4 Soccer 2 Hobbles Sports Sclence College PATRICIA KIRK AIREY Pat Acadermc Course Trl HI Club 2 3 4 UE Chonr 2 3 4 Candudate for Basketball Queen 4 Thesaurus Cnr culatlon Staff 4 Intramural Basket bal 3 Trl Hu Bowlvng 2 3 4 Vol leyball 4 Mass Pnke an What a Lute Hobbles Musuc Dancnn Swnmmnng Secretanal Work in Y' 'IS' gs i 4"7 DONALD DOM I NIC ALAMO Don College Entrance Course Latin Club llumorl 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band I 2 3 4 Football Band Manager 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 Thesaurus Advertnsmg Staff 4 Cross Country 3 4 Captaln of Cross Country 4 Track 3 4 2 Year Band Award 4 2nd Ratmg Clarinet 2 lst Ratmg Clarmet 3 Cross Country Letters 3 4 Banquet Commlttee 4 Hobbues Musnc Sclence Educatlon College AUGUSTO ABEL ALARI Gugv Industrlal Arts Course Jr Varslty Basketball 2 Sensor Ring Commnttee 3 Hobbles Sports Pool I B M LEIGH ALLARD College Entrance Course Orchestra 2 3 4 lst Place Ratmg Vnolln 2 3 Jumor Rotaruan 4 Hobbues Muslc College 1 I I 11 11 1 g I I . I . ' I ' 1 I - V I I sl -. ' . 3 , I , 3 f ' I , . ,I 1, H I 1 A , 'x I ' I , , I , . , I , t A il, ,,J I i N , . - 1 -' I I 1 ' llllll Y 1 I 5 . ' A -jFEt,"Tl - , in y n A Q 1 . 1 - ,I ,. , ' J J , , I . . . fb ball , , 5 , 5 nls 2, 1 , 1 ,4. , 3 H H r ,' . A ' . , I , H H J -. ' ,,: ' , Ig'-'. f ,152 - X . H V. . y . 9. - - - -, ,S f, of , ,S . 4 , 1 I . . . , Y, -, I, EUGENE PAUL ARNOLD Gene Technical Course Key Club 4 Tech nical Club 2 3 4 Fate G Drum Corps 3 Glee Club 2 House of Represen tatives 2 Volleyball 4 Junior Ro tarian 4 Hobbies Wood Working Sports Music IBM DUANE L ARTHUR Technical Course Technical Club 3 4 Hobbies Boating Fishing State Institute of Applied Arts G Sciences BARBARANNE ASH Bobs College Entrance Course Friendship Club 4 Italian Club 3 Tri Club 4 Glee Club 2 U E Cholr 3 4 Field Hockey 2 Tennis 2 3 4 ob bles Music Ice and Roller Skating College OLIVE MAE AVERY Tootie Commercial Course Commercial Club 4 Trl Hi Club 3 Softball 3 Tn Hi Swimming 2 Track 2 Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music Dancing. Secretarial Work. BRYCE HAROLD AYRES College Entrance Course. Fife G Drum Corps 25 Intramural Basket- ball 2 3 4' lntramuraL Football 35 Jr Varsity Football 4 J Varsity P0 r Hotel Manag lege. f SHARON ELAINE AYERS ' Sherry" Homemaking Course. Future Home- makers of America 25 Track 2, Hob- bies: Cooking, Sewing, Sports. I.8.M. 4 'Q i' MARGARET ROSE BABER Babe Commercial Course Commercial Club 4 Tr Hi Club 3 4 Mod rn Dance 4 Soccer 2 Bowling Award 2 Thesaurus Advertising G Circula tion Staffs 4 Hobbies Sports Music Ridley Secretarial School DELORAS A BABUKA Dee Hamemakmg Course Glee Club 2 Baseball 2 Field Hockey 2 Volley ball 2 3 Hobbies Dancing Bowl ing Roller Skating Employment in Florida ROSEMARY GENEVIEVE BACHYNSKI Satch General Course Fnendshlp Club 4 Junior Red Cross 3 Treasurer 3 Leaders Club 4 Tri Hi Club 2 3 4 Glee Club l Thesaurus Advertising Staff 2 3 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 4 Intramural Basketball l 2 T H Bowl g 4 Fi ckey 3 4 Softball l 2 rack l 2 4 Vole ball 3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Miss Johnson in What o Life Homeroom Treas urer 2 Assistant Secretary 4 Bowl ing Award 2 U E Sweater and Let ters 3 Prom Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Music Beauty Culture DONALD RALPH BACON Don General Course Fife 5 Drum Corps 2 Baseball 2 3 4 Jr Varsity Foot ball 3 Varsity Football 4 Jr Var sity Football Letters 3 Varsity Football Letters 45 Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports. Ithaca College. BARBARA NAN BALTZEL Barb ' College Entrance Course. French Club 45 Spanish Club 2 35 Tri-H' Club 2 3' Intramural Basketball 2 3 45 Softball 2 3, 45 Tri-Hi Sw m- ming 25 Tennis 35 Track 35 Volle - ball 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2 3, 45 Thesau- rus General Staff 45 Girls' State 35 Cap and Gown Committee 4. Hob- bies: Antique Cup and Saucer Col- lection. College. VERNA LOU BANKS College Entrance Course. Spanish ub 3, 45 Tri-Hi Cub 2, 3, 4, - retary 25 Tri-Hi Swimming 25 Volley- b 35 Thesaurus Clrculotlon Staff , 5 Candidate for Basketball Queen 3, 45 Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Sewing, Reading. Beaver College. SHIRLEY JOAN BARNES College Entrance Course Spanish Club 3 Tri Hi Club 3 4 Thesaurus Circulation Stott 4 Senior Ring Committee Hobbies Music Sports Dancing University ot Miami JOAN ELAINE BARNO Academic Course Tri Hi Club Z Hobbies Reading Sports Wilson Memorial School of Nursing KATHERINE MARY BARNO Kay College Entrance Course Tri Hi Club 2 3 4 Hobbies Sewing Movies Spots School ot Nursing MARY ANN BARRON Commercial Course Hobbies Read ing Dancing IBM BARBARA JANE BARTON Barb Commercial Course. Commercial Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 25 Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4' Softball 2 35 Tri-Hi Swimming 25 Volleyball 35 Thesau- rus Typin Statt 4. Hobbies: Sports, Drawing Sketching Dancing, Rid- ley Secretarial School. DANA SANDRA BARTON College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 4, Secretory-Treasurer5 Tri-Hi Club 2, 45 Glee Club 25 Thesaurus Advertising Stott 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Tri-Hi Swimming 2. Hobbies: Photography, Roller Skating, Univer- sity ot Miami, Florida, 7- NORMA JEAN BARTON Art Course Hobbies Drawing Roller Skating IBM GEORGE BASSOS Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Radio Mechanics US Air Force ADRIANA MARIE BATTAGLINI College Entrance Course Latin Club lJuniorl 3 Tri Hi Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 Thesaurus Circulation Stott 3 Thesaurus General Staft 4 House of Representatives 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Field Hockey 2 3 Softball 2 3 Track 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 Soccer 2 3 Senior Ring Com mittee 3 Homeroom Secretary 2 Banquet Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Reading Music Strong Me morial School of Nursing Rochester DONALD KENNETH BATTAGLINI Ken Industrial Arts Course Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Intramural Foot ball l 2 Jr Varsity Football 3 Var sity Football 4 Mr Vecchitto What a Life Jr Varsity Football Letters 3 Varsity Letters 4 Hobbies Sports Popular Music U S Navy EDWARD JOSEPH BATTAGLINI Batt College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, 3' U.E. Choir 2 3 45 Senate 2 3' Intramural Basketball 2 3, 4' Varsity Bowling 2' Intramural Foot- ball I5 Jr. Varsity Football 2' Var- sity Football 3 4' Tennis I' Track I, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 35 Jr. Varsity Football Letters 25 Var- sity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Sao'ts, Jazz and Bop. College. EDMUND JEROME BECK Jerry College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 35 House ot Representatives 2 35 Intramural Basketball 25 Intra- mural Football I, 2, 35 Varsity Foot- ball 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Announce- ment Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Stock Car Racing. Harpur College. BARBARA JEAN BECKER Barb Academlc Course Spanlsh Club 2 b 3 4 ln mural Basketball 3 Tru Hu Swm ming 3 Tenms 2 Soccer 3 4 Bowl mg Award 2 Prom Commlttee 4 Hobbues Sports Strong Memorial School of Nursing Rochester KENNETH FRANCIS BECKER Ken General Course Fate G Drum Corps 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Volleyball Varsnty Letters 4 Henry Aldrnch un What o Lfe Hobbles Musuc Sports l B M CAROLYN RAE BEGEAL Homemaknng Course Fnendshlp Club 2 Leaders Club 4 Basketball 2 Softball 2 3 Track 3 Hobbies Sports Roller Skatmg US Waves MARIO ANTHONY BIANGO Moose lndustrlal Arts Course Hobbies Sports US Navy JACK JULIAN BIDWELL Roduo Course Hobbues Dancmg Radlo Repalr. Raclno and TV Servuce. BARBARA ANN BILEK Barb Art Course. Glee Club 35 U.E. Chour 45 Baseball 3g Track 2, 3. Hobbles: Drawing, Sports. l.B.M. or G,E. f"'S EDWARD ROBERT BILIK College Entrance Course Athletlc Advusory Councrl 3 4 Key Club 3 4 Spanush Club 4 Senate 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Jr Varslty Basket ball 2 Varsrty Basketball 3 4 Var stty Football 4 Senlor Class Pres: dent Varslty Baseball Letters 2 3 4 Captaun Varsnty Basketball 4 Varsnty Basketball Letters 3 4 Var srty Football Letters 4 WINR Bos ketball Player ot Week 4 Jr Var stty Basketball Letters 2 Bays State Z Sensor Pucnlc Commlttee Hobbies Sports College GERALDINE CELESTE BIONDI Germ General Course Commerc-al Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 Thesaurus Curcula tron Staff 4 Track 2 Prom Com mnttee 4 Hobbues Sports X ray Techmcuan BARBARA JANE BIRD Barble Commerclal Course Fruendshlp Club 4 Sergeant at Arms 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Tennis 2 3 Track 2 3 Volleyball 2 Hobbies Sports Drrvlng Music Marriage BEVERLY JEAN BIRD ev General Course Friendship Club 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Vol leyball 2 3 Hobbnes Sports Popu lor Muslc Dnvrng College CARL BISHOP Bush Tccl'1nucalCourse Hobbncs Automo bslcs U. S. Navy LORRAINE JOYCE BLACKMAN Commcrclal Course, Spanlsh Club 4, Trl-Hu Club 35 Glec Club l, lntra rnural Basketball 3g Soccer 4. Hob- brcs: Sports, Readlng. Sccrctarual Work, IRVIN BLAKESLEE rv Technical Course Technical Club 2 3 4 Secretary4 Hobbies Modeling Sports College MARION THERESA BLATNICKY Moy Commercial Course Friendship Club 4 Softball 4 Volleyball 4 Hobbies Sports Sewing Music G E JOANNE MARY BRADSHAW Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 Hobbies Art Reading Music Secretarial Work CHARLES JOSEPH BREZAK Braz Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball I5 Jr. Varsity Bowling 25 Intramural Football I5 Varsity Foot- ball Manager 45 Track 45 Place Award, Furniture Making, Ford Motor5 Industrial Arts Contest 3, Hobbies: Sports, Cabinet Making. State Institute ot Applied Arts and Sciences. DONALD F. BRICKER Don Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies. Booting. Cornell University. JOHN DELOS BRISTER "Big John" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 45 Intramural Football I, 25 Track 3. Hobbies: Sport Cars, Model Ship Building, Ice Skating. School ot Technology. rn- V 'sit' MARION LOUISE BRISTER Mary Homemaking Course Baseball 2 3 4 Field Hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Hobbes Sewing Making Flowers Cord Col lection Fashion Designing JOHN WILLIAM BUCHEK Academic Course French Club 3 Hobbies Hunting Swimming Read ing Harpur College DAVID JOHN BULMAN Dave Industrial Arts Course Intramural Football 2 Hobbies Horses Cars Sports Automobile Business DONNA JEAN BURT College Entrance Course French Club 2 3 Vice President 3 Leaders Club 4 Tri Hi Club I 2 3 4 Secre ary 4 Glee Club I 2 Tri Hi Bowling 2 Softball 2 3 4 Tri Hi Swimming 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Banquet Committee 4 Hob bies Photography Advanced School in . SHIRLEY ANN BUSHNELL Shirl Homemaking Course. Spanish Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3' Future Home- makers ot America 2' Glee Club 25 U.E. Choir 3, 45 Softball 2 3' Track 2, 35 Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Base- ball Football Swimming. I.8.M. CHARLES JOSEPH BUTCHKO Chuck College Entrance Course. Key Club 45 Technical Club 45 U.E. Choir 3 45 Thesaurus General Staff 4' House ot Representatives 45 Speaker House ot Representatives 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 25 Intramural Football 25 Jr. Varsity Football 35 Varsity Football 5 rack I, 2, 3, 45 Senior C Colors Committee 45 Homeroom Treasurer Z5 Boys' State 35 Junior Rotarian 45 Prom Committee 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Reading, Dancing. Col- lege at Engineering. MARY MADELEINE BUTLER yn General Course Hobbres Swlmmmg Horseback Rrdung Chrle South Amerlca HARVEY EUGENE CADY Harve College Entrance Course Intramural Basketball I Jr Varsrty Basketball 2 Hobbies Huntlng Frshmg Col lege of Theology CATHLEEN CECELIA CAH l LL Cathy College Entrance Course Sensor Latnn Club 3 4 Leaders Club 4 Spamsh Club 2 3 Tn Hr Club 2 3 4 Elrzobeth J Smrth Memorral Loan Committee 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Softball 2 Tru HI Swlmmung 2 4 Tennus 2 Volleyball 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Homeroom Reporter 2 Homeroom Treasurer 3 Prom Com mittee 4 Habbles Swrmmrng Golf Readmg College of New Rochelle GRACE JOANNE CAMP College Entrance Course French Club 3 Trl Hr Club 2 3 Thesaurus Advertnsmg Staff 4 Freld Hockey 2 Softball 2 3 Tenms 2 4 Soccer 3 4 Hobbres Sports Musrc Readmg College RITA CANNAVINO College Entrance Course Trr Hr Club 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Softball 2 Trr Hn Swrmmrng 4 Tennrs 2 Homeroom Secretary 2 Hobbres Swrmmrng Musnc Sports College THERESA ANN CARLINI Commercral Course Leaders Club 3 4 Thesaurus Typrng Staff 4 Intro mural Basketball 3 Softball 2 3 4 Hobbres Readmg Sports Cookrng I B M l ANNE FAY CASEY College Entrance Course Creatrve Wrltrng Club 3 4 Frenc Club 3 4 Tr Hr Club 4 Madqn Prom Com ttee 4 K 'Ogre admm B ff acher CCW M1 all 1 M4flc uccl 8 W The Rock My Quan Club 2 3 Fit? s 2 Glee Club 2 lntramu Basketball 2 3 -l Varsrty Football Manager 3 4 Var stty Football Letters 3 Hobbres Sports Musrc Dancung ANN MARIE AMELIA CAVESE Ann Commercial Course Commerclal Club 4 Frrendshlp Club 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 Hobbues Dancrng Sports Movres IBM or JOHN EDWARD CHEEVERS Jock College Entrance Course U E Chou 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Cross Country 3 4 Hobbles Sports Har pur College MARY FAITH CHEEVERS Mary College Entrance Course Frlendshrp Club 4 Secretary 4 Leaders Club 4 Trr Hr Club 3 4 Thesaurus Adver tusnng Stott 4 Thesaurus Crrculatron Staff 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Tru Hr Bowllng 4 Softball 2 4 Vo eyball 2 3 4 Soccerl 2 3 4 Hobbnes Sports Musrc State In statute of Applred Arts 6 Scrences PAULINE ANN cr-IERMAK Polly College Entrance Course Tru Hr Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 Intramural Bas kctball 3 Softball 2 3 Volleyball 3 Homeroom Secretary 2 Cap and Gown Commuttee 4 Hobbres Ice Skotmg Sewmg Wrlson Memorual School of Nursrng 44 NORMAN ASA CHILSON Industrial Arts Course Intramural Football 2 Jr Varsity Football 3 Track 3 Hobbies Sports Cabinet Making Art Work U S Armed Forces LOUIS CIANCIOSI Louie Industrial Arts Course Concert Band 4 Football Band 2 3 U E Choxr 3 4 Hobbies Music Hunting Fishing U S Air Force Band LOUIS GENE CIOCI ou Industrial Arts Course Fife C1 Drum Corps 2 U E Chair 4 Hob ies Sports I B M WADE EDWARD CLARK Technical Course Techni a Cl Intramural Basketball 3 mural Footbdl 2 Jr Narslty F t I ball 3 Varsity Fo I3 4 Tr CIBJ 5 olleyball 3 45 . Lite", Jr. Varsity Footb - Ievball Letters 3' Varsiy ootlaall Letters 45 .Special Recognition for , Surface Gauge ord Moto l - trial Arts 4. Hobbie : Sports Boys' Club. College. SANDRA JEAN CLAIRKE Sandy College Entrance Course. F ture Homemakers of America 2, 5 - ern Dance 4. Hobbies: C in, Reading. Plattsburg atg T chers College. n . THERI "Kay" g n ra . i-H C ub , , 4 Thes dve sing St,af 45 H se res tatlv s ' Ba Il Z, 45 ll 25 i- ' wim mu , 45 Volle 2, , i Com M it 55 ALBINA MARLENE COCCETTI Brno College Entrance Course Italian Club 2 Spanish Club 4 President 4 Tri Hi Club l 4 Thesaurus Circula tion Statt 3 4 Baseball 3 Trl Hi Bowlmg 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Soccer 4 Announcement Committee 4 Hobbies Music Sports Albany State Teachers College N.f I'Vwf7M!'f I JJ 'ZQUQD CCTEAPI ETRO g Mr President J A- College a ce Course Key Club Latin C lSeniorl 3 4 The ' ll'-saurus Gen lStott 2 3 4 House of Reprez tatives 2 Senate 3 f abil-:tt t Student Government 4 3 4 Volleyball 4 Varsity L ters 4 H meroorvigfesident 3 Boy State ommittee 4 ires e ing Col ege lj ,, ALMA HELEN COMSTOCK Academic Course Tr Hi Club 2 Tennis 2 Hobbies Stamp Collecting Sports Cooking Wilson Memortal School of Nursing f K I 1 , I LAYTON EARL NGDON Budd College Entrance Course. Concert Band 3 45 Football Band 3 45 U.E. Choir 3, 45 2-Year Band Award 45 lst Place Rating Clarinet 3. Hob- bies: Cars, Boats, Travel. College. HUGHLAFAE CONKLIN Hula Commercial Course. Commercial Club 5 TTI-H' Cub I 2 3, 45 Glee C 1, 25 Thesaurus General Stott l Z, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 45 Soft- ba 25 Tennis 2, 35 Volleyball 4, Homeroom Secretary and Vlce-Presi- dent 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Music l.B.M. MELVIN JAMES CONKLIN 'Wretch" Industrial Arts Courseg U,E. Choir 4. Hobbies: Automobiles, Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Navy. G KEVIN CONWICKE Kev College Entrance Course Key Club 3 4 Spanish Club 4 Vice President 4 Football Band 2 U E Choir 2 3 4 Thesaurus General Staff 4 House of Representatives 4 Jr Varsity Football 2 Varsity Football 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Mr Ferguso What o Life Boys St te 3 Jr Rotarian 4 Class Day Committee 4 LaSorte Memorial Plaque Most Im proved Football Player at Year 4 Jr Varsity Football Letters 2 Var sity Letters 4 WINR Football Player of Week 4 All Conference Football Team 4 College PETER GARFIELD COOPER Gar College Entrance Course Creative Writing Club 4 Technical Club 2 Concert nd l 3 4 Don Band 3 Football Band l 2 3 U E Choir 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Cap and Gown Committee 4 Hob bies Music Sports Model Railroads College of Civil Engineering ROBERT LESLIE CORWIN Bo College Entrance Course Hobbies Photography Albany College ot Pharmacy ANN RITA COSENTINO Dolly General Course. Commercial Club 4, Ita ian Club 2 3' Tri-Hi Club 4' Glee Club 2 3 4' Thesaurus Circu- lation Staff 4, Tri-Hi Swimming 4: Homeroom President 2, Candidate for Football Queen 4' Prom Commit- tee 4. Hobbies: Sewing Swimming, Dancing. Beauty Culture, CARYL SUE COUCH Homemaking Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowl- ing 2. Hobbies: Golf, Dancing. l.B.M. DONNA COYNE General Course. Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Homeroom Secretary 2, Hobbies, Bowling, G.E. 'C' ii Fu- px fllllfifzfisx 24 l I f SHIRLEY MARY CRANE Lee Commercial Course Commercial Club 4 Tri Hi Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 UE Choir 3 4 Thesaurus Adver tising Stott 2 4 Thesaurus Curcula tion Stott 4 Basketball 3 4 Tri Hi Bowling 4 Track 3 4 Soccer 2 Hobbies Sports Music Dancing Ridley Secretarial School DONALD LEWIS CROSS Don Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Hunting Fishing Trapping U S Navy DAVID MICHAEL CUDDY Coo College Entrance Course Junior Red Cross 3 U E Choir 4 Track 2 4 Hobbies Sports U S Navy JOHN GAVIN CULLEN Johnnie College Entrance Course French Club 2 Key Club 3 4 Vice Presi dent 4 Spanish Club 4 U E Choir 2 3 4 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 4 House ot Representatives 4, In tramural Basketball 3' Intramural Football l 2, 3' Assistant Football Manager 4' Track 3, Senior Class Banquet Committee' Senior Class Colors Committee' Volleyball Varsity Letters 4, Hobbies: Sports Sport Cars, Weapon Collection. College of Business Administration. FRANCES PAULINE CURATOLO Fran" General Course. Friendship Club 4. Hobbies: Reading, Music. l,B.M. BARBARA JEANNE CUSTER "Barbie" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Basketball 4, Field Hockey 2, Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 4, Senior Ring Committee 3, Homeroom Presi- dent 2g Class Day Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. l.B.M, BARBARA LOUISE DAVIS Barb College Entrance Course Leaders Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Trl Hu Club 2 3 4 Concert Band 3 4 Football nd 2 3 Orc estra 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Fteld Hockey 3 oftball 2 3 T ck 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Class Day Com mlttee 4 Hobbres Sports Mustc Readlng College WILLIAM F DAYTON Bull Techmcal Course Techmcal Club 2 3 4 Concert Bandl 2 3 4 Dance nd I ootball Band I 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 4Year Band Award 4 Thesaurus General Staff I House of Representatlves 2 Place Award Machlne Work Ford Motor lndustrval Arts Contest 3 Announce ment Commuttee 4 Hobbies Music Sports College of Engnneerung VICTOR AMMON DECKER IC College Entrance Course Creatlve Wrrtung Club3 Key Club 3 4 Pres: dent 4 Latln Club lSemorl 3 4 Concert Band 3 Dance Band 2 Football Band 2 3 U E Cholr 2 3 4 Senate 4 House of Representa tlves 2 3 Thesaurus General Staff 2 3 4 Editor In Chlef 4 Track 3 Semor Class Treasurer Mr Bradley What a Lute Candudate for Presldent 3 Boys State 3 Jumor Rotarlan 3 Syracuse Unlversuty CutuzenshlpAward3 Hobbles Sports Musuc People College of Law DORIS ANN DE GROAT Commercual Course Commercial Club 4 Hobbies Dancung Swnmmlng Rudung G E CATHERINE ANN DELANEY Commercual Course Commercuol Club Tru H Club 3 Glee Clu Fueld Hockey 2 Hobbnes Danctng Bowlmg Music Unnon Forging Com DOVIY DANIEL DELLA PENTA Danny Industrual Arts Course Basketball Manager 2 3 Hobbtes Archery Sports IBM I9 'ii YY 'ag s, luv' rwpwfrwsfff VWM WWWAWM ECOoe us Course oncert 4 oo bal B d 2 r Base mmmg orce DIANE DELORES DEUEL Commerctal Course Commercial Club 4 Trl HI Club I Glee Club I 3 Trackl Soccerl Hobbles Danc :ng Readmg Sports IBM ROBERT DE VENTE o Techmcal Course Key Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Techmcal Club 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Presldent 4 Fnfe G Drum Corps I 2 3 Thesaurus Cnr culatlon G General Staffs 4 House of Representatives 4 Tennis I 2 4 Semor Class Colors Commlttee Mr Nelson ID Whot a Llfe 2 Year Drum Corps Award 2 3 Year Drum Corps Award 3 Machune Shop Recogmtlon Award 3 Hobbies Sports Musuc Machine Mechanlcs College of Engineering EDWARD DINGA Dung Techmcal Course Key Club 3 4 Football Bond 2 Orchestra 2 The saurus Clrculatlon Staff 4 House of Representatlves 4 Jr Varsuty Bos ketball 2 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Golf 2 3 4 Semor Class Colors Commuttee 4 Homeroom Presndent 4 Varsuty Golf Letters 2 3 4 Golf State Team Trophy 3 Jr Varslty Basketball Letters 2 Varslty Bas ketball Letters 4 Class Day Com mnttee 4 Hobbnes Sports Art Muslc College RONALD MICHAEL DI PIETRO Nozzo Industrial Arts Course Fife G Drum Corps 2 Baseball 2 3 4 Hobbses Baseball U S Navy EVA PEARL DIXSON ve Commercial Course Trl Hn Club 2 3 4 Thesaurus Circulation C1 Ad vertlsmg Staffs 4 Trl HI Bowlmg 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Bowlmg Award 2 Hobbues Roller Skatlng Swlmmung Doncung Rtdley Secretarual School SHARON MAR I E DOB ROVOLSKY College Entrance Course TrrHu Club 2 4 Glee Club 2 Thesaurus Advertising G Circulation Staffs 4 Volleyball 4 Hobbies Sewing Art Reading Buffalo State Teachers College MARGARET MARY DONOVAN Peggy Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 TriHiClub2 3 4 GIeeC b 2 Thesaurus Advertising Staff 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Bas ketball 2 4 Tn HI Bowling 4 Field Hockey Z 3 4 Track 3 4 Candi date for Basketball Queen 3 4 Candidate tor Football Queen 4 Hobbies Dancing Scrapbooks Sports Ridley Secretarial School RICHARD EUGENE DONOVAN Dunk College Entrance Course Intramural Basketball I 2 Hobbies Basket ball Golf Swimming U S Navy ROBERT FRANCIS DONOVAN Bo Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Golf Hunting Baseball. State I - stitute of Applied Arts and Sciences. WAYNE FRANCIS DORIN Luke Art Course. Dance Band 3 45 Fife C1 Drum Corps 2' Glee Club 2 3, 4' U.E. Chair 45 Thesaurus Art Staff 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. U. S. Navy. JOAN MARIE DUFFY "Duffy" College Entrance Course. Leaders Club 45 Spanish Club 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Sports Award 25 U.E. Sweater 4. Hobbies Sports, Movies. l,B.M, SARA JANE DUFFY Duff College Entrance Course Leaders ub 4 Trl HI Club 2 3 4 Pr dent 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 oot ball Band 2 3 4 Senate 4 Secre tary 4 House of Representatives Basketball 2 3 4 Field Hockey 4 Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Senior Class Vice President Home room Secretary 2 2Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 Candidate for School President 3 Syracuse Citizenship Award 3 4 Candidate for Football Queen 4 Hobbies Sports Music College THOMAS MARTIN DURGALA Tom Industrial Arts Course Bronze Medal Machine Shop Award 3 Hobbies Hunting Model Airplanes Fishing College JOYCE ANN EDSON Homemakmg Course Friendship Club 4 Hobbies Dancing Reading Music I B M JO ANN ELLIOTT General Course. Friendship Club 3, 45 Library Club 4. Hobbies: Bowl- ing, Swimming. ARLIS ARLENE ELLISON Lucky Commercial Course. Junnor Red Cross 4, Library Club 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Hobbies. Roller Skating, Danc- ing, Music, Secretarial Work, EDWIN PAUL JAMES ENGLAND "Ed" Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3,,4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4. Hobbies Sports, Art, Music. U. S Air Force, KURT JAY ENGLISH "Ace ' Commercial Course. Baseball I, 25 Intramural Football I5 Jr. Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Homeroom President 25 Jr. Varsity Football Letters 25 Vor- slty Letters 4, Hobbies: Music, Sports, College, JACK FAIRBROTHER Josh College Entrance Course Senior Ring Committee U S Navy FREDERICK C FERBER Academic Course Intramural Bas ketball 2 3 Intramural Football 2 3 Hobbies Outdoor Sports State Institute of Applied Arts and Sci ences MARIE GRACE FERRANTE Yvette College Entrance Course French Club 2 3 4 Secretory Treasurer 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 UE Choir2 3 4 Thesaurus General Staff 4 Co Editor 4 Intramural Basketball 3 lst Rating Orchestra Ensemble 3 Gift Committee 4 Hobbies Writing Music Tennis College rlaln Arts IJ oi n Bask I amu otball Sport o pbu d X -I JOHN FICKE Jock Radio Course Concert Band 2 3 Football Band 2 3 Intramural Bas ketball 2 4 Intramural Football 2 3 Jr Varsity Football 4 Track 2 3 4 Jr Varsity Football Letters 4 Hobbies Sports Music Auto Me chonics State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences I? - ' n..' ' i x' XD rv Q- il kg . CC- li X . -1. RICHARD CECIL FINK 'Dick Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 45 Fife G Drum Corps 2 3' Foot- ball Band 4' Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Football I' 2 First Ratings Drum Solo 2' 3 First Ratings Drum Solo and Ensemble 35 2-Year Fife and Drum Corps Award 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. U. S. Air Force JOANNE MARIE FOLEY Joan Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Softball 2 Modern Dance 4 Vocational Essay Award I Hobbies Swlmmang Skot mg Ridlev Secretarial School PHILIP LEE FORDE Phi College Entrance Course Key Club 3 4 Hobbies Automobiles Skiing Radio College J EAN ANN FOY College Entrance Course Tn Hi Club 3 4 Tri Hu Swimming 4 Candidate for FootbalI Queen 4 Prom Commit tee 4 Hobbies Sports Music Donc ing Wilson Memorial School of Nursing MARIO LAZAR US FRATE Mutt Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Reading College LAWRENCE DOUGLAS FRENCH Larry Commercial Course Thesaurus Art Stott 4 Intramural Basketball 2 4 Hobbies Basketball Hunting Racing Cars QN- MARILYN JOAN FREY College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi Club l, 2, 3, 4, Re- porter lg Glee Club lg U.E. Choir 2, 3, 4, Senate 4, Treasurer, House of Representatives 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Softball l, 2, Tri-Hi Swimming 2, 35 Track 2g Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Soccer l, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Re- porter 2, Career Essay Prize lg Candidate for May Queen I 2' Bas- ketball Queen 3 Syracuse Umver sity Citizenship Award 3 Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Knitting Sports Junior College EMERY PETER GASPAREK CY Technical Course Hobbies Taxi dermy Hunting Fishing College JOHANNA MARIE GEHL Jo Homemakung Course Friendship CIub4 Basketball 2 3 4 Hobbies Dancing Record Collection Sports Cortland State Teachers College NANCY ANN GELATT Nan College Entrance Course Glee Club 4 Basketball 4 Volleyball 4 Soc cer 4 Hobbies Sports Music Wil son Memorial School of Nursing VERNA ELAINE GLANN P nut Commercial Course Tru Hu Club 2 Glee Club 2 Hobbies Dancing Music Swimming I B M E GENE FRAN ZALEZ f , anlard C ge Entranc urs Concert 2 3 4 Intramur et lll lg 1 ri ard 3 l Place artnet A N YS alo 4 N Y S tate Orc stra lthgka 4 N S Music H All tate Ba Fugtb an l hestra ic -Sports es Col ge f Music N-I .2 3 Z ff' XC, 8.4- LC! .4 Neo l CN QQ q-4-v i 1-s 1 THEODORE STEPHEN GORDAN H1-ed., College Entrance Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, U.E. Choir 45 Track 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Scouting, Sports, Reading. College of Engineering. CAROL LUCRETIA GRANGER College Entrance Course Modern Dance 4 Hobbies Cooking Music Sports School of Nursing MARLENE RUTH GRAY College Entrance Course Spanish Club 3 4 Tennis 3 Hobbies Plano College of Law JOAN LOUISE GRIFFIN Art Course Basketball 2 3 4 Soft ball 2 3 4 Track 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Hobbies Sports Dancing Fit knn Memorial School of Nursing Neptune New Jersey JOYCE CORA GRIFFITH Commercnal Course Commercial Club 2 Tri Hn Club 2 Glee Club 3 U E Choir 4 Basketball 2 Softball 2 Tru Hi Swimming 2 Volleyball 2 3 Candidate for Football Queen 4 Candidate for Basketball Queen 4 Hobbies Bowling Music Sports Ad vonccd Schooling NORMA JEAN GRIFFITH Commercial Course Commercial Club l Hobbies Sewing Stamp Collcc tion Sports l B M CHARLOTTE MARIE GROW Commercial Course Volleyball Soccer 2 Hobbies Sports Dancing I B M ROBERT THOMAS GUILFOYLE Bo Commercial Course Hobbies Foot ball Music Books U S Air Force ROCHELLE FAY HAIGHT Roe Commercial Course Junior Red Cross 2 Football Band 2 Softball 2 Hob bies Sports Music Marriage ROBERT EDWARD HANAF l N Bob College Entrance Course Spanish Club 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Intramural Football 2 3 Jr Varsity Football 4 Varsity Football 4 Track 3 4 Varsity Football Letters 4 Pram Committee 4 Hobbies Sports College. JOAN LORRAI NE HANNS Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Thesaurus Typing Staff 4' TriAHi Club 2, Basketball 2, Tri-Hi Swim- ming 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music Dancing. Advanced Schooling. KAY CARLINE HANSELL Kay ' Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Junior Red Cross I, 2, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, Glee Club 2, U.E. Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Sotte ball 2, 3, 4, Track I, 3, Volleyball 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Candidate for Spring Princess 3, Candidate tor Football Queen 4, Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Danc- ing, College. MARJORIE ELIZABETH HARLEY Marge Commercial Course Leaders Club 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Bas ball 2 3 S b ll 2 Track 2 Volleyball 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 4 Hobbie Sports Movies Traveling I B M DAWNE MAR I E HARR I NGTON College Entrance Course Latin Club .lunorl 3 4 Intramural Basket ball 2 3 4 Softball 2 4 Tennis 2 Track 2 4 V eyball 2 3 Hobbies Sports Scrapbook Reading Robert Packer School of Nursing JAMES HARRINGTON Jim Technical Course Hobbies Hunting Fishing Sports U S Army ROGER FRANK HART Rag Technical Course Technical Club 2 3, Concert Band 2 3' Football Band 2, 3, Track 3, Band Award 2. Hob- bies: Music, Chemistry. College. CYNTHIA ANN HARWOOD Cyndy College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, 4' Tri-Hi Club 2' Thesaurus Advertising Staff 4' Intramural Bas- ketball 3 4' Tennis 2, 3 4, Valley- ball 4, Hobbiest Sports, Music. Col- lege, CHARLOTTE HELENE HAVRILKA ' Char College Entrance Course. Friendship Club 4, Latin Club iJuniorl 3, Trl-Hi Club 2, U.E. Choir 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Soccer 2, Announcement Committee 4. Hobbies: Skating, Basketball. l.B.M. SHIRLEY MARIE HAVRILKA College Entrance Course French ub 2 3 Glee Club 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 U E our 3 4 Tr H Bowling 2 Tn Hi Swimming 2 Tri Hn Archery 3 Trl Hi Bowling Award 2 Hob bies Correspondence with Gls I B M KENNETH FRIEND HAWLEY Ken Industrial Arts Course Baseball 2 Intramural Basketball 3 Intramural Football 2 Hobbies Hunting Fish ing Endicott Forging Works ERNESTJ HERCEG efme Technical Course Intramural Foot ball 2 Jr Varsity Football 3 I B M GERALD JEROME HICKEY Jerry College Entrance Course Junior Red Cross 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Track 4 Volleyball 4 Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Col lege LoulgeIMAqul'Hl yrs H IC m our k.Trl Hi Cl e d e o Lay Iey all Miss at Home V Presid Hobbies S Vlncen School f urs: New York ty SHIRLEY INEZ HILL Shirl College Entrance Course Commer cial Club 3 French Club 2 Junior Red Cross 4 Tri Hn Club 4 Thesau rus Circulation Staff 3 4' Tri-Hi Swimming 45 Track I 2, 3, 45 Vol- leyball 45 Homeroom Vice-President 2. Hobbies: Dancing Sports. Univer- sity ot Southern California. NICHOLAS HOLOBOSKY Hobo General Course UE Choir 2 Var sity Bowling 2 Intramural Football 2 Track 3 Varsity Bowling Letters 2 Hobbies Bowling Swtmmlng BARBARA GWENDOLYN HONNICK Bobbie College Entrance Course Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 UE Cholr 4 Volleyball 2 Senior Class Colors Committee Hobbies Roller Skating Music Church Col lege BEVERLY JANE HOOD Bev College Entrance Course Trl Hi ub 4 Football B nd 2 3 Tri Hr Bowling 4 Softball 2 3 Vol leyboll 2 3 4 Football Band Award Z Hobbies Sports Embroidery Cro chetlng School ot Nursing ROBERT JOHN HORBEY Bob Industrial Arts Course Junior Red Cross 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Intramural Football 2 Jr Varsity Football 3 Varsity Football 4 Vol leyball 4 Homeroom Vice President 2 Jr Varsity Football Letters 3 Varsity Football Letters 4 Hobbies Drawing Sports JOANNE FREDA HRONIS College Entrance Course Trl Hi Club 2 3 4 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 4 House of Representatives 2 4 Secretary 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Trl HI Bow 3 Fl ckey 2 3 4 Sottball 2 3 Tennis 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Class Day Committee 4 Senior Class Colors Committee Hobbies Tennis Sewing Cortland State Teachers Col lege MARGARET JANE HUDCOVICH Huck Commercial Course Commercial Club 2, 35 Glee Club 24 Thesaurus Typin Stott 4g Intramural Basketball 3 45 Tri-Hu Bowling 45 Softball Z 3 4g Tennis 45 Track 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 4. Hobbies' Swimming, Skiing. l.B.M. U-'U fo-4 M VL' DAVID OWEN HUMPHRIES Dave College Entrance Course C nd I 2 tball Orchestra I 2 3 n tramural Basket 2 tmmu Football I First ce M iTrombon i Secon a s iTrombo o e 2 ,M If f GLENN FRAN LIN H College Entrance Course Concert B ndl 2 3 4 Football Bondl 2 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 UE C 4 2 Year Band Award 2 3 Year Band Award 3 4 Year Band Award 4 Hobbies Music Sports College VIRGINIA ANN HUYCK Jinny General Course Friendship Club 2 3 4 Glee Club2 3 Thesaurus Gen eral Staff 4 Volleyball 2 Hobbies Dancing Music IBM PRIMO LOUIS IANNONE Primo College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3. Hobbiesi Rec ds, Pool. College. 4.4- .4 folio L ,,,,,l.,,c,,A , , 'ok SHIRLEY MAE JACKSON Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2 3, 4, Softball 2, Volley- ball 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, AI- fred University. ROSLYN ELIZABETH JAYNES UROSH College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, ln- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Soft- ball 2, 35 Tri-Hi Swimming 3, Ten- nis 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Gift Commit- tee 4. Hobbies: Sports. School of Nursing. 1-2 1? x -Z fi' 4 g T I9 Q LOIS MARIE JENNINGS Commercial Course Italian Club 3 Leaders Club 3 4 Tri Hi Club 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Soft ball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Bad rninton 3 Hobbies Sports Dancing I B M LOIS MARTHA JOHNS Commercial Course Friendship Club 4 President 4 Junior Red Cross 4 Tri Hi Club 4 Candidate for Bas ketball Queen 3 Hobbies Dancing Swimming Ridley Secretarial School HELEN MARIE JOHNSON Commercial Course Hobbies ramics Dancing GE MARY LEE KARL College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3 4' Glee Club 2' Orchestra 3' Thesaurus Advertising G Circulation Staffs 4' Tri-Hi Bowling 4' Field Hockey 2 3' Softball 2 4' Trock 4' Archery 3' Cap and Gown Commit- tee 4. Hobbies: Swimming Music Sewing. School of Nursing. JOSEPH PATRICK KELLY oe Commercial Course. Football Band 2, 3, 4, U.E. Choir 4, Jr. Varsity Bowl- ing 4, 2-Year Band Award 3' 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Bowling Baseball, Basketball. l.B.M. JULIA ANN KICSAK "Julie" Homemaking Course. Friendship Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Skating, Swimming, Dancing. l.B.M. GERALD LYNN KING Jerry Academic Course Flfe G Drum Corps 2 UE Chorr Z 3 George Bngelow In What a Lufe Hobbres Huntmg Boatmg State lnstutute ot Applued Arts and Sciences JOYCE MARIE KISER Commercnal Course Commercnal Club 4 Trl HI Club 2 3 4 Conc B nd 2 3 Football Band 2 3 Thesaurus Clrculatlon Staff 4 Ttock 2 Year Band Award 3 Candl date tor Football Queen 4 Cond: date for Basketball Queen 4 Hob bnes Ice Skatmg Tenms Basket ba Radley Secretarial School MICHAEL KOBAN Swntza Industrlal Arts Course Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Hobbies Golf Basketball U S Navy JOHN PH I LLI P KOLAN DA Industrial Arts Course Track 2 3 4 Hobbles Cars Planes U S Navy NICHOLAS KOMANOWSKI N :ck Techmcal Course Techmcal CIuB 2 U E Cholr 2 House of Representa tlves 4 Baseball 3 4 Jr Varsut Basketball 2 Varsuty Basketball 3 4 Sensor Rrng Commrttee 3 Jr Var snty Basketball Letters 2 Varsuty Letters Baseball Basketball 4 Sec tlon 4 Basketball Champaonshnp Award 2 Class Day Commnttee 4 Hobbres Sports Pool CYO U S Arr Force SHERIL EDITH KOONI Sherry College Entrance Course Intramural Basketball 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Soc cer 2 4 Hobbues Roller Skatmg Readmg Swrmmmg College Tj 1 7-p FQ BMJ' ROBERT JOSEPH KOPLIK Spur Industrnal Arts Course Jr Varsuty Bowlmg 4 Hobbles Roller Skatmg I B M EMILY MARIE KOTASEK Emmy Commercual Course Library Club I Tru Hn Club 2 Future Homemakers ot America I Glee Club 2 3 UE Chour 4 Thesaurus Cnrculatlon and Typmg Staffs 4 House of Represen tatlves I Semor Plcmc Committee Hobbues Dancnng Swlmmmg Bas ketball Secretarual Work JOSEPH THOMAS KOTEK oe Agrlculture Course Future Farmers of Ameruca 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 President 4 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 3 Hobbnes Basketball Hunt Ing Fishing Farming ANTONIO KOUKIDES Tony Techmcal Course Techmcal Club 2 3 4 Concert Band3 Track2 Hob bles Automobiles Muslc State ln strtute of Applled Arts and Sclences JOHN RICHARD KRECZKO Yonk College Entrance Course Asst Man ager Football 4 Hobbues Wrestlung Wenght Llftung College STEVE THOMAS KUBICA Cue College Entrance Course Concert Band Z 3 4 Football Band 2 3 Orchestra 4 House ot Representa twes 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Jr Varsuty Football 4 Track 3 4 2 Year Bond Award 3 Jr Varslty Football Letters 4 Class Day Com mlttee 4 Hobbues Sports Musnc Cards State lnstltute of Applned Arts and Scuenccs eff dZ..fw- MOLD JOAN KATHRYN KUENZLI Commercial Course Friendship Club 4 Library Club 3 Glee Club I 2 3 Thesaurus Advertising Staff Softball 2 Track 2 Volleyba 3 Modern Dance 4 Candidate tor Football Queen 4 Candidate for Basketball Queen 4 Hobbies Roller Skating Dancing Volleyball IBM ANNA LABANC Annie Commercial Course Friendship Club 4 Junior Red Cross 4 Tri Hi Club 2 Volleyball 2 Hobbies Sports Music Library Work Lowell s Business School ESTHER FRANCES LAN DRY Smiley Transfer from Bath N Y College Entrance Course French Club 2 3 Latin Club iSeniorl 2 3 Dramatic Guild 2 3 Future Homemakers of America 4 Girls Athletic Associa tion 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Varsity Basketball 2 3 Softball 2 3 Volleyball 3 4 Hobbies Baton Twirling Dramatics Sports School of Nursing JOHN DAVID LARNERD Technical Course Key Club 4 Tech ial Club 2 Fife Drum Corps 2 35 Football Band 4' Hon- orable Mention Ford Motor lndus- trial Arts Contest 25 Boys State 35 lst Rating Drum Corps 3' 2-Year Band Award 4' Lapel Pin, Ford Motor Industrial Arts Contest 4' Jr. Kiwanian 4. Hobbies: Model Build- ing, Machines, Gas Engines, I,B.M. SANDRA MARIE LEE Sandy' College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, 4' Tri-Hi Club 2, 35 Thesau- rus Advertising Staff 4' Intramural Basketball 2 45 Field Hockey 25 Softball 25 Tennis 2, 3, 4' Track 25 Volleyball 2, 4' Homeroom Secre- tary 2. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Scrapbooks. Cortland State Teachers College. MARTIN WILLIAM LEUKHARDT Marty College Entrance Course. Key Club 45 U.E. Choir 3, 45 Intramural Foot- ball 25 House of Representatives I5 Boys' State 35 Junior Rotarian 35 Banquet Committee 4. Hobbies: Model Railroading, Sports. Oswego State Teachers College. GERALD FRANKLIN LINDSEY Jerry Technical Course Hobbies Auto Mechanics Baseball Pool State In stitute of Applied Arts and Sciences JULIA MARIE LINKO Julie Commercial Course Tri Hi Club 2 Tri Hi Bowling 2 4 Gertie What a Life Cap and Gown Com mittee Hobbies Bowling Baseball Girl Scouts l BM FRANCES LO BELLO Fran Commercial Course Leaders Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 Soccer 2 3 4 Badminton 3 4 Hobbies Sports Baking College JANICE ELAINE LOCKWOOD Academic Course Leaders Club 3 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Orches 2 UE Ch 4 Fi Hockey 2 3 Softball 2 3 Volley ball 2 3 4 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 3 First Place Ratings French Horn 3 Hobbies Music, Sports. Bellevue School of Nursing New York City. JOAN ANN LOEFFLER Joonie Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2 4' Intramural Basketball 2' Field Hockey 2' Tri-Hi Swimming 2' Ten- nis 25 Track 25 Volleyball 2' Cap and Gown Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Movies Travel. l.B.M. JULANA CAROL LUCAS Julie Academic Course. Junior Red Cross 35 Tri-Hi Club 2 3' Future Hame- makers of America l 2 3' Concert Band 3' Football Band 3' Glee Club l, 25 Orchestra 3' U.E. Choir 2 3 45 Thesaurus Advertising C1 Circula- tion Staffs 45 Intramural Basketball 35 "I Speak for Democracy" Award 45 Candidate for Basketball Queen 3. Hobbies: Sewing, Dancing, Knit- ting. Rochester Institute of Tech- nology. Q CAMILLE ROCHELLE MAGGIORE College Entrance Course French Club 2 3 4 Vnce Presldent 4 Latln Club lSennorl 3 4 Latun Cub lJunaorl 2 Tr: Hu Club2 3 4 Con cert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 UE hour 2 Thesaurus Gen eral Staff 2 3 4 Tn Hn Swummnng 2 2 Year Band Award 3 Furst Pnze UN Contest 3 Hobbles Dancmg Swlmrnlng Journalism College ANNETTE LOUISE MAIN Net General Course Tn Hr Club 2 Con cert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Softball 3 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Agana 4 Hobbies Sports Musnc I JOHN KILBRIDE MALIA Jack College Entrance Course Hobtlues Photography Unnversnty of Toronto GLORIA ANN MALOWICKY o College Entrance Course Creatlve Wrltmg Club 4 Latln Club lSennorl 3 4 Tru HI Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Thesaurus Advertusmg F: Clrcula tlon Staffs 4 Fneld Hockey 3 4 Softball 3 Volleyball 4 Modern Dance 4 Hobbnes Musnc Church Work Cortland State Teachers Col lege JOYCE ALICE MANDYCK Joycle Commercnal Course Commerclal Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Creatlve Wnt Club 4 Trl HI Club 4 Chour 2 3 4 Thesaurus Advertlsmg Staff 3 Thesaurus Clrculatuon Staff 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Trl Hu Bowlnng 4 Fleld Hockey 3 Soft ball 4 Track 4 Soccer 2 Mrss Shea IH What a Lufe Cheerleader 3 4 Captaun 4 Candudate for Foot ball Queen 4 Class Day Commlttee 4 Hobbies Music Reading Sports Rudley Secretanal School PAUL EUGENE MANN Techmcal Course Techmcal Club 2 3 4 Intramural Football I 2 3 Hobbles Huntmg Boats Fushmg State lnstatute of Applled Arts and Scuences 9' 'N VICTOR BRUNO MANOLI IC General Course Habbles Baseball U S Armed Forces ARLENE YVONNE MARCONI r Art Course Trl HI Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Baseball 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Tn Hn Bowling 3 4 Volleyball 4 Candidate for Basketball Queen 4 Senlor Rmg Commlttee 3 Amencan Legron Poppy Poster Award 3 Announc ment Commlttee 4 Hobbnes Danc :ng Tenms Pamtnng IBM CHARLES LOVELESS MARGESON Chuck Industrial Arts Course Hobbues Me channcs Sports U S Navy DIANNE ELAINE MARTIN Dnmples College Entrance Course Tru Hu Club 2 3 4 Glee Club2 3 Tru Hu Bowl mg 2 Soccer 2 3 Hobbues Sports Travel Photography School f Nursing CONSTANCE JANE MASON Conme General Course Trl H: Club 3 Glee Club 2 Hobbnes Sports IBM FLORENCE MARY MASTROGIACOMO o Commercual Course Trl HI Club 3 4 Glee Club I 2 3 UE Cholr'4 Tru Hn Swlmmnng 4 Tennns 4 Ban quet Cornmuttee 4 Hobbues Musnc Sports Skatung Beauty Culture ANTHONY NICHOLAS MASUCCI Tony College Entrance Course Italian Club 3 Hobbies Sports College 4 I! Mwldf I A-f Ile e rance ours ous f e r natl e ur oo ecre Y teas rer us port ,Chnl Jlggpzrlgegragisftutejnvgz d Arts! w f M MICHAEL EDWARD MAXIAN Mike College Entrance Course Key Club 4 Latin Club lSeniorl 4 Orchestra 3 UE Choir 4 Jr Varsity Basket ball 2 3 Varsity Basketball 4 In tramural Football I Track 3 4 Homeraom President 4 Junior Ro tarian 3 Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Sciences College KENNETH RAY MAYE Ken General Course Hobbies Music Sports IBM JOYCE CLARA MAYERS College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 4' Field Hockey 25 Softball 2 3 4' Tennis 2' Track 2 3 4' ol- leyball 2 3 45 Soccer 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. KATHLEEN ANN McBRlDE "Kathy" Academic Course. Glee Club 25 U.E. Choir 35 Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Field Hockey l5 Softball l, 2, 35 Volleyball 2, 35 Badminton 3. Hab- bies: Sports, Movies, Music. Robert Packer School at Nursing. FRANCES ALLENE McCARTY Allene Commercial Course Tri Hi Club 2 3BAGAlee Club 2 Hobbies Movies JOYCE ANN McCARTY McCart General Course Intramural Basket ball 2 3 4 Field Hockey 2 4 Soft ball 2 3 4 Tennis 3 Track 2 Val leyball 2 3 4 Soccer 3 Hobbies Sports Travel IBM W I LLARD EDWIN McCARTY i Technical Course Key Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Technical Club 2 3 4 President 3 Concert Band 2 4 Football Band 2 4 Junior Rotarian 3 Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Photography Music Sports IBM GERALD JOHN MCCORMACK Mac General Course Jr Varsity Basket ball 2 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Jr Varsity Basketball Letters 2 Varsity Basketball Letters 3 4 Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Sports U S Navy MARGUERITE ROSE MCGARRY Marge Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 Tri Hi Club 4 Intramural Bas ketboll 3 Soccer 2 3 Hobbies Sports Dancing Travel Secretarial Work WILLIAM JOSEPH MCMANLJS I Commercial Course. Junior Red Cross I5 House at Representatives 2' Intramural Basketball l' Jr. Var- sity Basketball 25 Varsity Basket- ball 3, 45 Track 2, 3 45 Senior Ring Committee 35 Homeroom President 3, Vice-President 45 Jr. Varsity Bas- ketball Letters 25 Varsity Letters 3, 45 Track Letters 3, 45 Section AA Basketball Championship Award 35 WINR Basketball Player of Week 45 Junior Rotarian 35 Class Day Com- mittee 4. Habbies: Pill Pool, Crib- bage, Nine Ball. College. RUSSELL ALBERT MCMULLEN Russ Industrial Arts Course Intramural Football I Hobbies Radio chanics State Institute ot Applied Arts and Sciences LAWRENCE EDWARD MERLE Larry College Entrance Course Hobbies Golf Bowling College SUSANNE S MERSEREAU ue College Entrance Course Athletic Advisory Council 3 4 Latin Club lS morl 3 4 Leaders Club 4 Tri Hi Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Con cert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 UE Choir 3 4 Thesaurs General Stuff 3 4 Senate 4 Stu dent Council Vice President 4 In tramural Basketball 2 3 4 Field ockey 3 4 ftball 2 3 Tri Hi Swimming iLife Saving! 4 Tack 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Senior Class Secretary 4 Homeroom President 2 Homeroom Secretary 3 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 Candidate for Basketball Queen 3 Basketball Queen 4 Can didate for Football Queen 4 Hob bies Golf Swimming College FRANK D. MIHOK Hawk Commercial Course, Hobbies: Foot- ball Basketball, Swimming. U, S. Navy. VICTORIA ANN MILASKI Vicki General Course. Commercial Club 4: Tri-Hi Club 4' Glee Club 2 3 4: Thesaurus Circulation Stott 4. Hob- bies: Dancing Basketball, Movies. l.B.M. DARLA JEAN MILLER Dolly Commercial Course, Commercial Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2 3, 4' Thesaurus Advertising Staff 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Tri-Hi Swimming 4' Tennis 3 4, Hobbies: Music, Art, Fashions. Ridley Secretarial School. MARNA ANN ETTE Ml NER Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 Friendship Club 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Tennis 3 4 Track I 2 Volleyball I 2 Hobbies ce Skating Tennis Skiing I BM ROBERT MICHAEL MINER o Collegc Entrance Course lntra mural Basketball I 2 3 Jr Varsity Basketball 3 Jr Varsity Football 2 Track 3 Hobbies Sports Movies Hunt: g U S Air Fo ce My if S ege ntrance ourse Italian Tri Hi Cub I 2 Concert 3 4 Football Bandl 2 lub I Thesaurus Circulation t 3 Intramural Basketball 3 ll 2 Track 2 Homeroom Pres ent I 2 2 Year Band Award 2 Certificate of Distinction Stu dent Contest on U N 3 Gift Com mittee 4 Hobbies Swimming Sew ing Interior Decorating Rochester Institute ot Technology ARTHUR JOHN MONACO Art Technical Course. Technical Club 2. Hobbies: Sports, Hunting, Fishing. State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. GEORGE RAYMOND MORROW Joseph College Entrance Course. Concert B nd 2, 3 4, Dance Band 2, 35 Football Band 2, 3 4: Orchestra 2, 3, Intramural Football 23 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Guns. U. S. Navy. ELEANOR DOROTHY MOYER Dody Commercial Course. Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. l.B.M. or 4 MICHAEL FRANCIS MRVA "Mike' Industrial Arts Course. Senior Picnic Committee, Hobbies: Radio, Auto- mobiles, Hunting. U. S. Navy. DONALD A MUIR Don Commercial Course UE Choir 2 3 Track 2 3 4 Prom Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Music Travel Col lege BARBARA DONNA MURPHY Barb Art Course Tri H1 Club 3 Thesau us Art Staff 3 Hobbies Popular Music Driving A t I B M MARTHA THERESE MURPHY Marty General Course Tri Hi Club 4 Soft ball 3 Track 2 Volleyball 3 4 Hob bies Dancing Sports School of Busuness DONALD CHARLES NATOLI Don College Entrance Course Future Farmers of America 2 3 Junior Red Cross 3 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Fife C1 Drum Corps 2 3 House of Repre sentatives 2 3 Intramural Basket ball 2 3 Cross Country 2 3 Senior Ring Committee 3 Crass Country Letters 3 Cap and Gown Committee Hobbies Sports Hunting College F ool.o s rjgisorb-VJ Trans ro Was g o olleg Entr nce C urs Sp ni Club Soft all e ts Award mb ies F ll BETTE JEAN NETHERTON College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 25 Track 35 Volleyball 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling Award 2. Hob- bies: Sports, Collecting Salt and Pep- per Shakers, Singing. U. S. Waves. ANTHONY NIRCHI Zup Industrial Arts Course Italian Club 3 4 UE Choir 4 Hobbies Sports Boys Club I B M JANICE MARIE NIXON Commercial Course Hobbies Sports Driving IBM GI NA ANTON ETTE NOCE Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 Friendship Club 4 Hobbies Sports Swimming Reading Beauty Culture JOHN PAUL NOSAL General Course Technical Club 4 Hobbies Golf Basketball State In stutute of Applied Arts and Sciences Vo Acc XIX HY u D JJ cg, Margy C our 3 4 eld Hockey 54 asf 4 mesh' 5 :nb hy Ifciq Skatin 0 eg e a N ursing VRD' Yr x ry! VV Vip XY JJ 'I New me rv . V Qf,' SUSANNE ORRIS ue College Entrance Course Tn Hu Cub 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 as ketball 2 3 4 Tru Ht Bowlnng 4 Softball 2 Trl Hn Swsmmmg 4 Ten ms 2 Volleyball 4 Hobbtes Sports Readlng Records College MARCE l L ANN PADBURY Marty College Entrance Course Basketball 4 Softball 4 Track 4 Volleyball 3 4 Hobbies Readmg Ice Skatmg Sports School of Nurslng DOLORES KATHRYN PALAZZO Deela General Course ltoluan Club 3 Thesaurus Clrculatnon Staff 3 Can dldate for Football Queen 4 Candl date for Basketball Queen 4 Class Day Commuttee 4 Hobbles Danclng Muslc Sports Lowell s Busnness School JOSEP H THOMAS PALAZ oe College Entr nce Course Cap and Gown Comms tee 4 College JACK LE ROY PANGBURN Pang Art Course U E Cholr 3 4 Thefau rus Art Staff 4 Hobbles Drowlng Baseball Hunting Pratt lnstltute New York Cnty AL8lNO ANTHONY PAPARELLA Poppy College Entrance Course Intramural Football l Jr Varslty Football 2 Varslty Football 3 4 Captam 4 All State Football Team 4 All Con ference Football Team 4 WNR Football Player of Week 4 WNBF Player of Year Award 4 Hobbles Sports College 3 r MARIO JOHN PARISI ro lndustnal Arts Course Hobbles Table Tenms Basketball Baseball G E Or l B M DONALD LOUIS PARKE Don College Entrance Course U E Chour 2 3 4 lntramurol Football Jr Varslty Football 3 Varslty Foot ball 4 Track 2 3 4 Volleyball 3 Jr Varslty Football Letters 3 Var stty Football Letters 4 All Confer ence Center 4 Hobbnes Sports Col lege SUSANNE BULLOCK PARKHURST ue College Entrance Course Lnbrary ub 2 Trl Hn Club 2 Cholr 2 3 4 Thesaurus General Staff 4 Fleld Hockey 2 3 Trl Hn Swummung4 Tenms3 Track3 Vol Ievball 4 Sensor Rlng Commlttee 3 Prom Commlttee 4 Hobbles Sea Shell Collectuon Danclng Deslgn ang College J UNE ANN FRANCES PASTRICK Jume General Course Trl Ht Club 2 3 Basketball 2 Fleld Hockey 2 Soft 2 Track 2 Voll yball 2 Hobbles SEWINE Spot Advanced Schoolmg ANAS cm MARYL P RIK S bv Stacla C merclal Co r Fruendshlp Club 4 Volleyball Hobbves Muslc ports Psycho y Womens Arr Force FRANK DAVID PATCH Dove College Entrance Course Spomsh Club 4 Techmcal Club 2 3 4 Jr Rotanan 4 Hobbles Radio Photog raphy Campmg Lafayette College of Engtneerlng MARILYN VIRGINIA PAYNE Marney Commercnal Course Fnendshnp Club 4 Hobbnes Cookmg Musuc Read :ng I M GEORGE WILLIAM PEABODY Georgne College Entrance Course Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 Jr Varslty Bowlung 2 Varsuty Bowl mg 3 Volleyball 4 2 Year Band Award 3 Varsity Bowling Letters 3 Volleyball Varsity Letters 4 South ern Tuer Bowllng Award 3 Hobbses Bowlmg Roller Skating Basketball U S Coast Guard PEARL ACENATH PEMBRIDGE Penny College Entrance Course Leaders Club 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Volley 2 3 4 Soccer 3 Hob nes Sports School of Nursung DONNA RAE PERO Commercnal Course Trl Hu Club 2 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Fneld Hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2 4 Tenms 3 4 Track 3 4 Volley b 2 3 4 Homeroom Vnce Pres: dent 2 Candndate for Football Queen 4 Candidate for Basketball Queen 4 Class Day Commlttee 4 Hobbnes Sports Dancmg Radley Secretanal School MARCIA LOU PETROVSKY arsh Commercial Course Trl Hu Club 2 Hobbues Music Dancmg Swnmmmg U S Alr Force ROBERT PAUL PEWTERBAUGH ob Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Drawnng U S Navy X 39 2'-.7 0 VIVIENNE JOY PHELPS College Entrance Course Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Field Hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Guft Commlttee 4 Hobbnes Sports Dancmg IB M JOAN E PIATT "'Joame College Entrance Course Spamsh Club4 Tru Hu Club 2 3 4 Thesau rus General Staff 4 Fleld Hockey 2 Tenms 3 Volleyball 4 Prom Com mnttee 4 Hobbnes Tenms Swim rnmg Clubs College WILLIAM STEPHEN POLAKOVICH I Comrnercsal Course Commercuol Club 2 Football Band 4 Orchestra 2 Thesaurus Advertusung Staff 3 Hob A corduon Musuc Dancm Ru er Col e Trenton New Jersey THOMAS E POWELL Tom College Entrance Course Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Intramural Foot ba 3 Jr Varslty Football 4 Jr Varsnty Football Letters 4 Hobbies Sports U S Navy MARY ROSE POZZI Mur General Course ltaluan Club 2 Tr Hn Club 4 Hobbies Dancmg Sewmg Swummmg I B M or G E ANTHONY MICHAEL PROSINSKI Tony Industrnal Arts Course Hobbues Baseball Basketball State Institute of Applled Arts and Sciences JACQUELINE JEAN PURCELL Jackie Art Course Italian Club 3 Thesau rus Circulation Stott 3 Homeroom Treasurer 2 Prom Committee 4 Hobbies Designing Sports Sewing Rochester Institute of Technology CHARLES EDMUND PUTRINO Chuck General Course C1olf3 4 Hobbies Hunting Fishing Golf U S Navy LUCY VIRGINIA PUTRIN Commercial Course Tri Hi Club 3 4 Glee Club I 2 UE Choir 3 4 Baseball 2 Intramural Basketball 2 Announcement Committee 4 Hobbies Drawing Sports Dancing Beauty Culture JAMESJ QUANNE Quonne General Course. Intramural Basket- ball 4' Jr. Varsity Football 2' Varsity Football 3 4' Track 4' Volleyball 4' Father in The Wedding. Hobbies: Football. Tampa University. ANGELO ALFONZO QUARANTA Ang Industrial Arts Course. U.E. Choir 4. U. S. Armed Forces. PHILIP FRANCIS QUARTARARO "Phil" Industrial Arts Course. U.E. Choir 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 45 Cross Country I5 Track I. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Cabinet Making. U. S. Army. 1' 3 '5- 7, DOMENIC ROSS QUERCIA Lefty Industrial Arts Course Concert Band 3 Dance Band 3 Football Band 2 Baseball 3 Jr Varsity Bowling I Varsity Bowling I Hobbies Fishing Hunting Baseball U S Navy KATHLEEN IONE RAMER One College Entrance Course French Club 3 4 President 4 Leaders Club 4 Tri Hi Club 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 U E Choir 3 4 Thesaurus Adver tising Staff 4 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Tri Hi Bowling 4 Field Hockey 2 3 4 Tennis 3 Volleyball 2 3 4 Tri Hi Archery 4 Modern Dance 4 Senior Picnic Committee Hobbies Reading Music Hunting College SAN DRA LOU RANDALL Sandie Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 Tri Hi Club 2 3 Tri Hi Bowing 2 Softball 2 3 Tennis 2 3 Volley bgIIM2 3 Hobbies Sports Music I JANET ANN RANDESI Ginger A Course. T 'Hi Club 2 3 4, Glee Club 2' Thesaurus Circulation Staff 45 Intramural Basketball 2 4' Tri'Hi Bowling 3 4' Softball 2 4' Volleyball 3 4' Senior Ring Com- mittee 3' Football Queen 45 Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports Music Dancing. Alfred University, MARY DONATA RANO Commercial Course. Friendship Club 45 Italian Club 2, 3 45 Tri-Hi C b , 3 45 U.E. Choir 2 3, 4' Thes - rus Circulation Staff 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 45 Tri-Hi Swimming 45 Volleyball 4' Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music. I.B.M. SHIRLEY ANN REARDON "Shirl" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club 45 House of Rep- resentatives 3. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. Ridley Secretarial School. JANET MARIE REEVE an ommercial Course Friendship Club 4 Tri Hi Club 4 Football Band 2 3 Hobbies Records Dancing IBM BEVERLY ANNE REINHART Budge Commercial Course Tri Hi Club 2 4 Concert Band 3 Football Band Miss Eggleston in 3 Track 2 What a Life 2 Year Band Award Hobbies Tennis Swimming Bowl ing Florist Work SALLY ANN REYNOLDS Commercial Course Glee Club I 2 3 4 Hobbies Skating Dancing Sewing I B M MATTHEW EDMUND RICCIARDI Matty College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, Announcement Committee 4. Hobbies: Stamp Collection Reading. College. LAWRENCE ROBERT RICE Herky Art Course. Hobbies: Hunting. U. S. Navy. HOWARD EDWIN RINER "Howie" Industrial Arts Course. Fife C: Drum Corps 2. Hobbies: Baseball, Sport Cars, Science. College of Mechanical Engnneering. C? ft L4 3 41 lla' TS" 'Z I ILL ' Fil 6 I ad- BEATRICE ANN RIPIC Bea College Entrance Course Italian Club 2 3 4 Library Club 3 Vice President 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Softball 2 3 Volleyball 2 3 Soccer 2 3 Hobbies Reading Sports Wilson Memorial School of Nursing LUCIANO JOSEPH RIZZI Lou Industrial Arts Course Concert Band2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 First Place Rating Trombone Treo 2 3 First Place Ratings Trombone Solo and Trio Baritone Solo 3 Hob bues Writing Music U S Air Force ANGELA CAROL RIZZUTO Yah Yah College Entrance Course Creative Writing Club 3 4 Vice President French Club 3 4 Italian Club 2 3 4 President 4 Tri Hi Club 2 3 4 Thesaurus General Staff 3 4 ln tramural Basketball 2 Badminton 4 Mrs Aldrich in What a Life Tri Hi Bowling Award 2 Banquet Committee 4 Hobbies Reading P ople Spor Keuka Ileg M7 J ,4 JOHN ROBBLE Rabi Commercial Course. Key Club 3 4' Baseball 2 3 4' Intramural Foot- boll I 2' Jr. Varsity Football 3 4, Varsity Football 4' Homeroom Treasurer 4' WINR Baseball Player of the Week Award 3' Jr. Varsity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Base- ball Foatball Hunting, Senior Pic- gic Committee. Professional Base- a . SHARON BAR BARA ROBERTS College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 4' Intramural Basketball 4' Softball 4' Volleyball 3. Hobbies: Music, Reading. College. JOAN DALE ROBINSON Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, Intramural Basketball Q5 Softball 2, Track 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Hgrseback Riding, Movies, Sports. I, .M. MARTHA ELAINE ROBINSON Martne Commercnal Course Commercial Club Gee Club I 3 U E C 4 Thesaurus Typmg Staff 4 Ftrst Place Award Drum Quartette I Hobbles Horseback Rudmg Paunt Ing Skatung Secretarual Work Ideal Hospltal MARILYN ANN RODGERS Lynn College Entrance Course French Club 2 3 4 Frtendshtp Club 4 Jumor Red Cross 4 Secretary 4 :HI Club 2 3 4 Clu ft all 3 Candldate tor Football Queen 4 Gtft Commlttee 4 Hob bles Sports Mustc Doncang Col lege GENE ROBERT ROMA Commerclal Course House of Repre sentatlves 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Volleyball 4 Semor Class Cal ors Commuttee 4 Varsity Volleyball Letters 4 Class Day Commlttee 4 Hobbles Sports CYO College GINO DOMINICK ROMA Gtno lndustrral Arts Course Bronze Medal for Woodworkmg 3 Hobbtes Art Wood Workmg I B M MAMIE ROMA Commercual Course Commercial Club 4 Frlendshlp Club 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 Hobbues Bakmg Sewmg Sports ROBERT HUGH ROOSA Bob Agrlculture Course Future Farmers ot Amenca 2 3 4 Reporter 2 Voce Presudent 3, Secretary 4 House of Representotrves I Intramural Foot ball I Hobbres Auto Mechanrcs U S Navy ROBERT ALLEN ROSEMIER Rosle Technvcal Course Techntcal Club 2 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 4 Volleyball 4 Volleyball Varslty Letters 4 Homeroom Vice Prestdent 2 Announcement Commlt lee 4 Hobbles Cards Sports Col leae f X' 'L sfffffl A ,fb f DLI cfrl 1,-1 1' F llxlqyv' yaft HAROLD ROBEIST ROT Pr fessfor Industrua rts Course Concert Band 4 Dance Band 2 3 Pap ll Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 j Ag U E Cholr 3 4 2 Flrst Pace Z axaphone Awards 2 3 Hobbies sf Boats Roller Skatmg U S Navy MAR I E CAROL ROTONDI Mur Commerctal Course Trl Ht Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Thesaurus Ctrculatnon Stott 4 Intramural Bas ketball 4 Trl Hr Bowling 4 Ban quet Committee 4 Hobbles Sports Sewnng Musuc Rndley Secretarnal School rf M0157 'fu-2 DONALD CARL ROZINA Don lndustrlal Arts Course Fife E1 Drum Corps 2 3 Baseball Manager 2 Fute 6 Drum Corps Awards I 2 3 Hobbles Hunting Fushlng Baseball U S Navy RALPH GEORGE RUSSELL George lndustrual Arts Course Hobbies Hunttng Fnshmg U S Arr Force JOAN MARIE SADDLEMIRE Commercual Course Commerclol Club 3 4 Tru Hu Club 2, 3 Thesaurus Ctrculatuon Stott 4 Hobbles Sports Musnc Dancnng Rudley Secretarual School , , , , , ,I - H ,I . 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H 42 Au MARGARET LOUISE SAFFORD Peggy Commercial Course Leaders Club 4 Tr Hi Club I 2 3 4 Thesau us Circulation Staff 3 4 Field Hockey 2 3 Softb 4 Te nis 2 Volleyball 3 4 Senior Picnic Com mittee Hobbies Golf Tennis Swim ming I B M JANE LOUISE SANDWICK Janie General Course Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 4 tball 2 3 Ck Volleyball 3 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 Second Place Saxophone Quartette Award 2 Hob bies Sports Music IBM ILA LORRAINE SANFORD I College Entrance Course lntra mural Basketball 3 4 Hobbies Music Skating Sports State Insti tute of Applied Arts and Sciences BORIS SARACHINSKY Technical Course Technical Club 2 3 4 Fife Cr Drum Corps 2 Cap and Gown Committee 4 Hobbies Hunt ing Fishing Baseball State Insta tute of Applied Arts and Sciences JOSEPHINE ANNE SCANLON Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4' Friendship Club 45 Thesaurus Typing Staff 4' Intramural Basket- ball 3' Soccer 3. Hobbies: Sports, Reading Music. Secretarial Work. EUGE NE ROSS SCHERMERHORN "Slug" General Course. Intramural Football l, 2. Hobbies: Football, Hunting, Swimming. U. S. Navy. BEATRICE JOSEPHINE SCRUFARI Commercial Course Commercial Club 4 Tri Hi Club 2 4 Tn Hi Bowling 2 Bowling Award 2 Hobbies Rifle Da-icing Sewing Secretarial Work K ARJOROE MAE SEELY fx V Marp C lege Entrance Course Italian b 4 Concert Band 2 3 4 Foot ll Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 3 2 Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 2 First Ratings Flute Solo 3 Hob bies Roller Skating Sports College ALBERT DOMINIC SELIGA Academic Course Baseball 3 4 In tramural Basketball 2 3 4 Home room Vice President 2 Senior Picnic Committee Hobbies Sports U S Air Force MARY LOU SENIO General Course Jr Varsity Basket ball 2 Field Hockey 2 Softball 2 Hobbies Sports Music Dancing Ad vanced Schooling HELEN MARY SHADY Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Tri-Hi Club 2 3' Glee Club 2' Field Hockey 2' Soft- ball 2' Tri-Hi Swimming 3' Tri-Hi Archery 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Travel. Ridley Secretarial School. HARRY CLINTON SHANER General Course. Hobbies: Auto Me- chanics. U. S. Armed Forces. MILDRED NORMA SHARA Norma Commercial Course Hobbies Danc ing Horseback Riding U S Waves JOHN JOSEPH SHIDAGIS Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Hunting Guns Music U S Marines DONALD EDWARD SHORT Shorty Technical Course Technical Club 2 3 4 Volleyball 4 First National Prize Machine Work Ford Motor In dustrial Arts Contest 2 Hobbies Hunting Fishing Sports IBM PHILIP A SHORT i Aviation Course. Football Band 2' U.E. Choir 2 4' Baseball 2' Varsit Bowling 2' Intramural Football I' The Policeman in 'The Valiant 3. Hobbies: Hunting Fishing Flying. U. S. Air Force. RICHARD BROWN SHORT Dick Technical Course. Technical Club 3 4. Hobbies: Radio Hunting. U. S. Air Force. LUCILLE JOYCE SHULTS Lucy Homemaking Course. Tri-Hi Club 2 3 4' Tri-Hi Swimming 2. Hobbies: Roller Skating Sewing. Oneonta State Teachers College. vt q,4 -i ,7'5g-'x LUCY SICK Sunny Homemakmg Course Thesaurus Gen eral Staff 3 4 Hobbies Reading Outdoor Sports G E JACK STEVEN SKIBBS Digger Industrial Arts Course Fife C1 Drum Crps2 UE Cholr234lna mural Basketball 2 3 Cross Coun try 3 Track 2 3 Hobbies Sports Cars U S Navy GERALD DUANE SMITH Jerry Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Bos ketboll Bowling State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences JEANNE ANNE SMITH Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3g Tri-Hi Club 25 Track 2 3' Home' room President 2' Scholastic Essay Award 2. Hobbies: Bowling Dancing Miniature Animal Collection. Col- lege. DAWN IRENE SNEDAKER College Entrance Course. Friendship ub 2 3' Orchestra 2 3 45 U. . Choir 3 4, Wilson Memorial School ot Nursing. WILLIAM LOREN SNOW Willie Technical Course, Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Trapping. Industry. EDWARD GEORGE SOCHOR "Bag Ed" Transfer from St. Francis Prepara- tory School, York, Po. College En- trance Course. Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Football 45 Track I, 2, 4, Track Award lg Track Letters l, 2, 4, Football Letters 4, Triple Cities Medal 2g Class Day Committee . Hobbies: Sports, Hunting. State ln- stitute of Applied Arts and Scl- ences. EUGENE JOHN SPR I NGER Springer Commercial Course Intramural Bas ketball I Intramural Football l Jr Varsity Football 2 3 Track I 2 3 Varsity Track Letters 3 Jr Varsity Football Letters 3 Hobbies Photography U S Air Force ELIZABETH ANNA STEPHENS Betty Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 4 Tri Hi Club 4 Hob Hiking Horseback Riding Letter Writing Sales Service VERA DIANE STERLING D College Entrance Course Tn Hi Club 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 Field Hockey 2 3 4 Softball 2 4 Track 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Candidate tor Basketball Queen Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Music Sports College BEVERLY JOHANNA STRUSZ Bev General Course Glee Club I 2 U E Choir 3 4 Senior Class Colors Com mittee Hobbies Music Bowling Tennis College NANCY JOAN NA STRUSZ Nancy College Entrance Course Tr Hi Club 2 Glee Club 2 Senate 2 3 Varsity Basketball 2 3 4 Softball Track 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 Candidate for Basket ball Queen 3 Candidate for Foot ball Queen 4 Senior Picnic Commit tee Hobbies Sports Music Dancing College 1.1: ,- 4? ROBERT IRA SUMMERS ,,Bob,. Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Art, Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Armed Forces. RICHARD MICHAEL SUMPOLEC Dick Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Automobiles Airplanes Football I B M DOLOR ES ANNE SWAGLER Dee Academic Course Leaders Club 4 Trl Hn Club 3 4 Football Band I 2 Glee Club 3 Thesaurus Circulo tion Staff 2 4 Senate I 2 House of Representatives 3 Intramural Basketball I 2 3 4 Trl HI Bowl ing 4 Softball 3 4 Trockl 2 Vol leyball 2 3 4 Soccer 4 Senior Ring Committee 4 Homeroom Vice President 2 Homeroom Secretary 4 Candidate for Football Queen 4 Candndate tor Basketball Queen 4 Senior Picnic Committee Hobbies Sports Roller Skating Potsdam State Teachers College MARILYN ANN SWARTZ Commercial Course Glee Club I Volleyball 4 Hobbies Reading Sports Records U S Air Force JOAN MILDRED SWINDLER Commercial Course Commercual Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Tri Hi Club I Glee Club l 2 Soccer I Homeroom Secretary 2 Hobbies Reading Dancing GE MICHAEL TARCHA Mike Technical Course Key Club 4 Tech nical Club 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Junior Rotanan 3 Ploce Award De tail Assembly Drawing Ford Motor Industrial Arts Contest 3 Prom Committee 4 Hobbies Sports Me chamcs Musnc l 8 M FRANK AUGUSTUS TATU SKO Tat College Entrance Course. Junior Red Cross 4' U.E. Chair 2 3 4' Thesau- rus Advertising and Circulation Staffs 4 House of Representatives 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Bas ketball I 2 3 4 Intramural Foot ball I Jr Varsity Football 2 Var sity Football 3 4 Volleyball 3 4 Jr Varsity Football Letters 2 Var sity Letters 3 4 Varsity Baseball Letters 2 3 4 Varsity Volleyball Letters 3 4 WINR Player of the Week Award 4 Senior Class Colors Committee Class Day Committee Hobbies Sports Outdoor Life U S Armed Forces SHIRLEY ANN TEED Teedie Academic Course Friendship Club 4 Treasurer 4 Marriage CARL ALFRED THEOBALD Industrial Arts Course Hobbies Model Building State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences ROBERT BENJAMIN THOMAS Fatt Industrial Arts Course Football B nd 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 4 Track Manager 3 2Year Band Award 3 3 Year Band Award 4 Hobbies Roller Skating U S Navy LYLE E TREDO Squeaky General Course Hobbies Sports U S Air Farce VIVIAN ANGELA TURRIGIANO Commercial Course Trl Hi Club 3 UE Choir 2 3 4 Thesaurus Cir culation Staff 4 Tri Ha Bowling 3 Tri Hi Swimming 3 Volleyball 3 Barbara Pearson in What a Life Class Day Committee 4 Hobbies Music Dancing I B M PETER MARTIN UHRINEC Pete Technical Course. Key Club 4' Tech- nical Club 2 3, 4 Vice-President 35 Fife G Drum Corps 2' Intramural Football I Junior Rotorlan 3 Hob bres Hunting Gas Models State In stitute of Applied Arts and Sci ences RICHARD RAY VALENT Dick College Entrance Course Spanish Club 3 Varsity Bowling 2 Hobbies Archery Acting College ROYCE DONALD VAN KUREN Roy Transfer from North High School Academic Course Concert Band 2 Football Band 2 House of Repre sentatnves 3 Homeroom President 3 Hobbies Cornet Archery Chess State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences ROBERT DAVEY VENNER Bo College Entrance Course Spanish C ub 4 Technical Club 2 3 4 Fife C1 Drum Corps 2 Banquet Com mittee 4 Hobbies Chemistry Rifles Photography College DAWN LOUISE VERGASON Commercial Course Friendship Club 4 Softball 4 Volleyball 4 Hob bies Sports Sewing Music IBM DOROTHY VISJAK Dot General Course Trl HI Club 3 Tri Hi Bowlin 3 Tn Hi Knitting 3 Hob baes oller Skating Reading TV Secretarial Work JOESPHINE MARY VIVONA Josie Commercial Course Commercial Club 3 Tri Hi Club 2 Hobbies Movies Dancing IBM PETER ROBERT VIVONA Pete Technical Course Intramural Bas ketball I Intramural Football I Mr Patterson in What a Lite Hobbies Tropical Fish Navy U S Navy GRACE BELLE WAGE General Course Spanish Club 4 Glee Club 2 Hobbies Music Col lectmg Knickknacks Clerking GAIL BEVERLY WALBRIDGE Art Course Friendship Club I 2 3 Vice President 3 Library Club I Volleyball 4 Hobbies Dancing Bowling Record Collection vanced Schooling JACQUELINE INA WALKER Jackie Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3' Volleyball 2' Soccer 2. Hobbies: Traveling, Art, Dancing. U. S. Waves. JEANNE LORRAI NE WALLACE "Kitten" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi Club 21 Glee Club lg Track 23 Homeroom Secretary 25 Homeroom Treasurer 3. Hobbies: Skating, Dancing, Movies. I.B.M. JOHN ELDRED WARREN Corporal General Course Glee Club 2 Intra mural Basketball I 2 3 Hobbies Scauge Dancing Hunting Fishing I PATRICIA ANN WEAVER at General Course Friendship Club 2 3 Baseball I 2 Intramural Bas ball l 2 So all Track 2 Volleyball I 2 3 4 Soc 2 3 4 Hobbes Sports Dancing I B M HAROLD RICHARD WEBER Dick Vocational Agriculture Course Fu ture Farmers of America 2 3 4 Vice President 4 Hobbies Huntin Fishing Baseball U S Air Force ELIZABETH MARIE WELLER Betty College Entrance Course Future Homemakers of America 2 Hob bies: Skating Records Sewing. Ad- vanced Schooling. GARY LEE WHITE Transfer trom Vestal Central High School. Commercial Course. U.E. Choir 4' Intramural Basketball I 2' Jr. Varsity Football 2 3' Varsity Football 4' Track l 2 3 4' Volley- ball 3 4' Wrestling 3 4' Section IV First Place Award Pole Vault 4. Hob- bies: Sports Music. I.B.M. MARION ALICE WHITE Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Orchestra l, 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 4. Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming, I.B.M. SHIRLEY JEAN WILKINS Shir Commercual Course Commercual Club 3 Hobbues Dancung Sports Movnes I B M GEORGE HARVEY WILLIAMS Huck College Entrance Course Hobbles Hunting Flshung State Instntute ot Applled Arts and Sclen es GLENN L WILLIAMS College Entrance Course Fate G Drum Corps I Glee Club I Orches tra I Baseball 2 Intramural Bas ketball I Intramural Football I 2 Volleyball 3 4 Varsnty Volleyball Letters 4 Announcement Commnttee 4 Hobbues Huntung Frshlng Ten ms U S Navy Arr Force K LINDSAY WILLIAMS K College Entrance Course Hobbies Swnmmnng Flymg College GEORGE WILSON General Course Intramural Foot b 2 3 Hobbaes Sports U S Navy JOSEPH HORACE WILSON oe Industnal Arts Course Baseball 3 4 Manager 4 Hobbies Swummmg Huntmg Auto Mechanlcs U S Navy Veg-Vik fi rs?-f lx C' 48 GOLDENE V WISE College Entrance Course Junlor Red Cross 3 Latun Club Humor! 3 Hob bues Readung Fashuon Desugnmg Harpur College ELIZABETH MARIE WORSTER Betty College Entrance Course French Club 4 L aders Club 4 Trl HI Club 3 4 Co cert Band 3 Foot a Band 3 Or hestra 4 I rarn ra Basketbal 3 4 Tn H B wlmg Fueld 5 '4 I ennus 3 4 a Volley a 3 4 Archery rs d ec Ratmg Trum t 2 Y Band Awarq enuor Class nouncement I mittee H nes Sports Mus: arnell Unlverslty WALTER CARVER WRIGHT Walt College Entrance Course Hobbnes Hunting Horses Sknng Cornell College of Agrnculture GAIL ELAINE WYATT Commercaol Course Tennis 2 Track 2 l Sports Musuc Secre by YL M Bev o ?rIIrance F h ers T Wye lq rus Adver sn nd Curculatpon Bas o m r :Ba In a oc er lor rryu e ue DOROTHY YAC S Corky Commercnal Course Tru Hn Club 2 Hobbles Dancmg M vnes N Y State Department of Labor Bmg hamton .f V JUNE ROSE YACUNSKY UQ General Course Spanish Club 4 Trl Hu Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 The saurus Adyertusung Staff 3 4 The saurus Clrculatlon and General Staffs 4 Tr: H1 Bowlrng 4 Soccer 2 Hob bnes Sports Dancrng Moynes Arr Inns- Hostess ALFRED STEPHEN YANKOVICH ankee lndustrual Arts Course Baseball 3 4 Intramural Baseball 3 4 Intra mural Football 7 Jr Varsrty Foot ba 3 Varslty Football 4 Jr Var stty Football Letters 3 Varsuty Let ters 4 Class Day Comrmttce 4 Hob blcs SDorts U S Navy KAY BRENNEMAN YEINGST College Entrance Course French ub 3 4 Jumor Red Cross ec Club 2 Orchestra I 2 3 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Trl Bowlnng 4 Field Hockey 2 3 oft 2 3 4 TrlHu Swrmmm Tennns 3 4 Track 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Soccer 4 Tru Hn Archery 4 Modern Dance 4 Hobbles Sports Musrc Photography Fredonia State Teachers College THERESA BERNICE YURECKA erry Homemakmg Course Frlendshup Club 4 Hobbues Musuc Sports FRANCIS ARTHUR ZEDIK Zeke College Entrance Course Hobbues Sports Huntmg State Instltutc of Applucd Arts and Sclenccs 5 il N-'7 lb Ll ,.4ly S' 1 ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE I George Rrchard Akers Darla Jeanne Ayers Joseph Dommuck Bevelacqua Stanley Frank Cenova John Joseph Cheer Jack B Fergerson Gerald Ernest Gehen John Melvm Gordon Derek Wrllnam Jackson Cyrull Frank Kotek Rlchard Arthur Kresge Robert Kucera Frank Dowd LaBeIIe LaVerne Z Muller Gary Francis Mmer James Alexander Marlando 49 953 ROBERT STEVEN ZEMBERI Zum lndustrral Arts Course Hobbnes Auto Mechamcs IBM ALEX ZEVAN Agrrculture Course Future Farmers at America 4 Secretary 3 Treas urer 4 Hobbres Huntmg Carpen try Ammal Husbandry Cornell Um versity EMELIA JOSEPHINE ZIEMBA Commcrcual Course Commercnal Club fl H ub l G e Club l Thesaurus Typung Staff 4 Soccer I Hgbbues Sports Readnng Musuc I M JOSEPH R ZWEIG oe General Course House of Represen tatwes 4 State Instntute of Applned Arts and Sclcnces CLASS Dana Calvln Ross John Paul Scordrno Lloyd Francls Standlsh Alan J Stevens John Sumpolec Shrrley Ann Thompson Sandra Marne Wllson UB ,, ,, . ,, J ' I - i X q , ,I , . x I . 3 , -3 HY If 1 A 1 ' , - , , 'I ' f - 1 H I Lg I j . 1 ' x I . Y I lr X. If C, I J I ' 47 V 4gTAuCI glle ,2,3g Presndcnt 45 Tn-Hn Club I, 2, 3, 4, ' 'J I . 5 . A GI j , , , 4, ' ' ' ' I f I YH' . . . : , , S f ball , , g - ' g Zj A 6 .a l ,IJ ff I 1 V - X , A . A HT ,, 71, t -.5 7' I IE - I JUNIORS Our class contrubuted the most money for the polno fund of any U E class thus helping to elect Joan Meeker a Junnor to be Mlss March of Dames of the Triple Cutues lr? The Junaor Class oftncers at l953 William Ivan presndent James Cuddy vuce presudent and Ruta Wucknzer secretary treasurer are traunnng to be our leaders of peace for tomor row In their hands Ines great responsubulnty 1-fb, Mary Sementnllu and Marlo Sylvestrn Inved through the worst of World War ll rn Italy They saw therr fnends kulled and homes destroyed After the war they came to Amernca where they could distinguish the contrast between war-torn Europe and untouched Amer- ica. They can understand bet' ter than we the true meaning of peace. ll Hopefully admurung the senuor nngs are Patrucna Brown Mechael Benrne Barbara Welsh tseatedl Thomas Cul len Nancy Malowucky Funarr presudent Patrncna Hopko sec retary Mrs Roberts gnves books to sopho mores Donald Pullano Patrsck O Brnen Carol Spangenberg Susan Murray Robert Parke SOPHOMORES A-urban i' The word sophomore ntself means strlvmg for more and better learnmg Thus fact us luttle known or belneved but we have deflnntely tned to umprove our knowledge thus year In past years the sophomore class has presented Itself as a confused and bewll dered group We stake no claums as to our brnlllance thus year but we feel that for once sophomores should be recog nnzed as falrly helpful people an the vast organrzatnan of U E ln nts clubs sports musnc and fmally un nts Interest nn world betterment Perhaps one mdlcatlon of our recognutnon IS the fact that we con trary to former practuces have our own offncers thus year bl.. ' X 11 "is- S-nv. Sl W' . ' ! SF I " - A 11 ' ll II ' HQ A .,, , ,, . . . . 9' . 4 . . . - , ' I C7 . . . . 6 . I 1 V . ' K . . . I I - V 1 U ' ' 1 I . 1 1 A I . . . . . . I . . Peter Sylvester, vice-presidentg Joseph j g I , I Q 1 ' I ' ' I Tim ' I . , -Y Q 'Y Q ' - f ' . g .Tfff I I I I - I lk V vi WTP' , , ' N - .,- FRESHMEN if ,f he ,gqyysn Q' fqlvrqlxsiv P' I I ' F A ll Ei 8,1 5 llillin Thus as a representatnve group of the approxumately 35 freshmen here thus year Some were not present for the picture Front row left to rrght Robert Humphreys Jeannette Deernng Rosalmd Bloom Myrna Harrrs Ann Browne Patracua Ingalls Myra Harrrs Carol Thomson Joyce Jurczak Marnlyn Welland Forman Trf fany Davnd Zevon Second row John Danton Edward Chandler Laurence Chrysler Davnd Stevens Argyruos Drossos Emerson Chandler Rlchard Kadlecuk Earl Doolrttle Walter Jaynes John Camumtu James Walker Bruce Hamnlton Davud Qunnn Webster Oney To us the freshmen of U E our flrst year rn hugh school has been fllled wrth exclte ment dreams of the future hope and ambutuon But contrary to these :deals the fact that we were new and unaccustomed to the tradltuons of U E caused us to be extremely consplcuous as greenhorns However after endurmg unltuatuon we began to feel more luke a part of U E and acquired the feelmg of school spmt Now we have become sopho mares and can look back upon the mlstakes we made as freshmen and hope not to make these mlstakes agam nn the future the future we hope wall brmg peace and security to the world as well as the students of U E Seated Joyce Jurczak Stand :ng Robert Humphreys Myra Harrns Davud Stevens x, X f .xunwx X lv. 1. X X Lookrng over a l95O yearbook, these energetrc freshmen are dlscusssng the possabulrtues for a l956 book 52 -nu' U P Q ' - ' , 'Y H . 4 V my . I xr K : I 1 , ' M I ., I y A ,- .' 1 R 1 r J Sf' ' e ' , A I I 1- 5 f - WHT. l I J 4 , ' .H 1 ,Y 1 , J Q 'ki l l JJ. ..'f v 5 4 yt: 'X .,3f-- ' 'x - , sl, 3, ,r. L 'x', I Q . "ls ' , K, 3 - - , J J . H. - J an J .'-I, H' Fu? W Q , J' V".' S "i w . X I I I I I - V I . - , . 1 , I f . , I ' 1 . I ' I I I .' I I I . ,, H . . .-. . u . - I . . , 2 . . . ' ' c f. .1 ' Q 4. x A 1 1 1 2, ' Y . ' V 14. f I P: :ri ff f -' A l 1 x 9 X, . n 'l l ORGANIZATIONS . 1 f fx 1 N' A fe X 2 tu, ' 'R A ,-.si . 3"gEi:EA sqml.I I as 55? SQ !mNN Nw ,X vw X C 'SLMB 53 In un ty behold o dream of peace A dream to make fut Ie wars Cease We gathered th one thought rx m nd To tolerate others and fr endsh p f nd ' FO REIC-IN COUNTR155 "X h---at "ft we xv' hz X I t i , - t 1 , 7 t a 4 . f , X wi a a V f i i i . 'X ffggj, x I weft- QL im l W x 'N V g- r t 1 Nh dive ., l in, it x wx X 53' Qf - if Il Ugg! r ' X NE r Xu , XX 1 F 2-'wif if ! , X "I QFYEYV ,XX 'Tim X 15151 -xsxj M XX 'AX X , 4, I fg' X 1 XR s TEAM. ' gxql H -xx 'N ff, r ,W TR X Q X4"'w-.,,,. LZ' 'sr' A, 1 V . Q ell t sm t . Ll S ,, ,lg gig., 1 -,,, . A 1- Y, tl F " fill '-I tx I' 'A 67 SEQ Y , Q11 't' xx i .. ll 3 A K-X . '5' r ,f t gut- 'X r , V A' Q i -A X - .I .Hi ii? -'. ty! NX i W: in N, w X Q5 5 tw gf N fx .L J' L NX ' .X -T'..:.r f' tx X X QTLLT. M' K O K K .-:iii .Tv 1 - 1 l to X A7 X .tx wx' i - A- YY ' Y i- 2 x CNW px jx 1 .Q egT'e - - - t - r as f X gt ..., 4 e... - e- - ,tth .tt X e N , K f - f - A - W -w FA, ,Q -.,-. x' rx 1 ' , or +--ff ' of t 1. e e 1 gij'.7i5S"'f ,t 'X - K X A xx ,o 4: f e e ea 4 tw fx f 'f f f Y ,,, , W .. W b' - Y :jr-"h, fn, I " - x 1- 'L - ,--,L-.W 4 ,A X -f ' " 'hrgaggf-:QQI e':ff'jjkj.I+' ou: it 1 ' of H " M fix X t X at Wg 'Q f We -,or si V ., xxx ' ', 'XX .x K . t . 3. -A ' E., 'f - W X --,- - e- X ,, awqx ,M Q X-. , X K' ' fr h e to Y. to 5 Q -tx This year marks the fourth year that the student government at U-E has been patterned after the Federal Government of the United States. The Senate is composed of fourteen members elected in the following manner: Two from the freshman class and four each from the sophomore, junior and senior classes. The House of Representatives is composed of representatives from each homeroom. The Senate meets each Monday during the fifth period, while the House meets every other Tuesday during the fifth period. Bruno Cola- pietro, president of the school, presides over M 51 vt P- STUDENT ,lf Wifi at iff ff? T y,JJ'1D9?IJWfJMMJ C Vp fy'jfL'jjz?'lLf4L yi' ' if the Senate meetings, and Charles Butchko, pf '75 O speaker of the house, presides over the House f ff " S90 meetings. T ff ,, E V I! I X i , ' fifef' 0 ' " ff' f " Ronald Terpak bn.,- ,ef Z Joyce English ,f , J X 1,1 Q Vi 115 W. f fl 'iff if-. T .f f J M k K 'gig XSuson fish L QQ ee er T -I X -.swf - ff fs 1 X -.5 ' X:'Qsx X A . k I YQ! Theresa Monaco' ,L Vlcnypec er XXX Rl xi. . :',,, V fr Q -tx - sr X Xf 3 if X ..'L, S s NXS, xg XX s X C w ssy,,,,- X . 'rr , f -sr X . oss: I ivf.Marilyn Frey , ,, If is we W it 008 . XXX X TTT N A 1' 0 s QL 5 ' 5: Xedf N4l3gff?TXX, A A Suzanne Mersereau J Q -X, ee "ig,QE,5X X Vice-President of ' if Oy XXQ' if-XX pf K N' h - N . CS .Kirk 94, xg XXX Student Congress . ftfcpkg 917, E1 CX' - A, e X 0 . - M04 'sow if s , K "hs Xi is -ssl - Q0 ,,.,3,l yi C s S X r ss- . s fy X QV T A so H ru S X. Of , - -A 'MQ X we ez Cb X fo X Q. ,LIQS N OGG .Lx l A b 5,5 If 0, Cx CX J V , 1,0 J i . K Y ' O S q 1uvT-+- Qseb-XJ? Seo - .i.. .- ' S565 0 . , coax S008 ff or xx rfygfx D 1 T 066 A Ox - . i I. XX Q. . V r Lf ' N Y- Y 1 0,7 ,-X1 XgQ, . ' by 9649. Jose C J Vibe - gif, gal., fm- f D65 QW 1 s ,f f ' TSG Q' Charles Butchko, XXQDZEXNA s - X Speaker of House c,S4e. hx 410s K 'S 'f ' 'yo ! 5 - j ,- ,717 ..--.iin.,. t s X x Cx , 61,0 3-in-L-Amr x , SX 6 Q, XOR F A 00:4 96 I N of if 'J O' e 0. xg '90 fry 'bo 90 54 GOVERNMENT 9. af- ., f' I .1 I Vt X , 1 . if l- i- A . Al K X X X ,,' ij '51-,5 1 ' c 4,4 TXXC I. C . senate . ish: -. 2 Frederick Corino .k C X ,, L 5-X X U' x Y Q' 14 ,O will Under the energetic leadership of Bruno, many projects were undertaken and accom- plished. These include for the first time the lighting and decoration of the outside of the school during the Christmas season, the spon- soring of numerous school dances throughout the year, and the planning for many interest- ing assembly programs. All of these activities are in addition to yearly duties of the Congress, The Student Congress has had a profitable year, and through the combined efforts of the students and the cooperation of the teachers, continues to improve each year by experience. Each year this organization, the "voice of the peopIe," also succeedsi in promoting a closer relationship between 'stddents and faculty and ip inspiring better citizenship. 3 t 1 ex ea Xi C , ,XXX . -fzaegr x f, . gi l,-.--V X Nan? Barnes A V , : . XE Patrick O'Brien ' X 7' G' 7 4 N- X I ,N if ff Qi , K 5 XL l jf f . rg rx A ,, 1 H I I, qs, Edward Bilik P f?" U 'SQFEF' yr, 1' so . , H41 , '- Saga E' lzfbjll f iv C ffffffgiif ., 'J Sara Jane Duffy 12 X In .40 5? fix-fefi' f '27 ' Oxx , 4 . K Y YT04 ' I' , ff," ff Iliff! 45 ff' ,Q O - x I, 37 9457, 0 , - x : V 0 Bruno Colapietro, ,ffyifes ,f ' -' ' 4, OXO 4" President of jf QQQXMM fl-xc C 'A by Student Congress ,if Lf 660 J O0 X ff V V X 0 OO lf' se' .00 A v - - H hm T-0+ ,. oo T:,,.,, f Y ' K0 -f--:,f. - -l Q A, ' 33 K ,AQo'f 'jp OK? V 'N 'Xa I , ,fi ' QQOQ V 6 l, ,H 2' A ' X X o - .39 ' IQ 433 ,r ,- way gy' 0940 2' fi f x ? QQ . 0 fl!! if f we 6 X , , x Oo geo 3 X 'NJ '. 'QQQG' I eK 0 OKK ' L50 A 'Qc V QQ tb A 17 'T Ogf' 'xoff Y ,Z Q, Qgfff' ffgif X X xxzox .N A , X, H f , C., Q f" ,iff X395 i 51:54 isi 1 it JW' 4' f. f ef . .. 4 N661 . fig' A a QNGO, Y--X ' fs, 4.0! GQ? Q f, ,f c ' -r-, r Clifford Crooks, Adviser 6606 ,XOSX , x vain C-,Rf i , ,f 1 X X61 ,I Z f ' CQ! 1 ,QSO u cow Ny l X L5 10 ' 3' oxo Lib: Z- 1 -- OOO X YXXOO Q QXOK B 360 otxe 0636 O 8 O0 C96 ?EVV7'ERD-Query 'gb 55 K Y CLUB KEY CLUB Furst row left to rught Edward Gent Edward Bulak Wnllard McCarty ltreasl John ullen lv pres! Vuctor Decker lpres l Robert deVente lsec l Mlchael Tarcha Ronald Hummel Second row John Larnerd Charles Butchko Edward Dnnga Keyln Conwncke Robert Hultslander Eugene Arnold Michael Maxlan Thnrd row Clayton Lowe Acton Ostlnng John Robble Martnn Leukhardt Phnlup Forde Bruno Cola pnetro Donald Natal: Peter Uhrmec Not present George Magur The Key Club ns an organnzatnon desugned by Knwanus nn cooperatnon wnth the school to bulld the leaders of tomorrow by service and experuence today Cntnzenshnp an nts many and varued forms us the sole quallfncatuon for membershlp Servme throughouttheschooland conwnunny lsthe chknssom cntenon Although the club meets each Monday noon for a dlnner meetnng un Room I4 under the durectaon of Vlctor Decker presldent John Cullen vlce presudent Robert deVente secretary and Wullard McCarthy treasurer most of :ts work IS accompllshed sn cam muttees Mr Thurber ls the club s able advlser and Mr Klett the chalrman ofthe Kuwanns Key Club Commnttee Two Knwanuans and a guest speaker are present at all Key Club meetungs ln return two Key Clubbers attend each Knwanus meetung Thus far thus year commuttees have Drlnted publushed and sold all football programs operated check rooms for communuty affanrs ushered at open house monutored at fare drulls organnzed a pep band for basketball games held student body dances and com puled a talent show troupe to represent our school Key Club lnternatlonal of whuch our organnzatuon as a member meets annually somewhere nn North Amerlca Thus years conventnon ns In Los Angeles and the state convenhon an Syracuse Last year the club s actlvutnes placed them second un the state Wlth contlnued hard work and able members and leaders the club IS destined for another year of success NNN Z NM , slffz ,,-xx y X NS 5 -43-waxy :J'o:,O-'D ::3CU'P,2'v 5-fluff' 6 on '539 l-.r'x1lDfUa. 09.065032 0-13 CT, 7f'3OQ.0fD K'0"'2f-24 o ga. 5 :om ., mf mn 0-009 aegis SQ-roglrg Mews: "Q?2'l' ZOSTEW '31U'i "fl 0-50 350223 offgw- - a. rn: NATXUQX f x x 3,-E5 56 . , 1 " I ' . - I - I , 1 T . .1 ' ' I . , . . N ff f me . x, . ' . Q l R K - ' c .. . u., A I T YI . N A 4 dp , ' ' . ' N' ' s ' ' , .4 - . N . 1 -1 vb . 5 ' Q gf " I 5 rn A -J A ' ' "X I I T t I N I ' I N ' ' . ' lr, " N . ' . . '- . n I . I ' 5 ,. N I , .. I . l , 1 -M , vs' ' QNX , ' t ' ' ,'T'L. ' 'Q , x I ' s W A ' " 5 ll, ll, , , ' ' ' ' f . s f ll, . N . . I ' , 1 fr' 'f 4 ' rw I '- f ,I . I .. - - ' 4 J . ' ' - r ' -- nj-A , ' A - 4 f ' .. , .G V x , ll A if L qs: A T fe. . , ,x 4. . , , . awk v :. . iq I , 5 . 'Nu " ' . ' . 1 X ' - I . . 'Q' X Al l I. . . ' l . - . N 1 , . . LIBRARY CLUB 41-. X ll First row: Mary Emmons, Sondra Benner, Joan Jopson, Con- stance Carlson, Second row: Mary Bailey, Phyllis Nichols, Teresa Zimmer, Patricia Nagle N , .fn , X Y , i X 252 gf hh .Lx , ff"-LL JKT 9,-1 What is the work of the club? ls it activity proiects problems or units of work? lt may be any or all of them The outstanding characteristics of the club program are self activity and opportunity for responsive effort on the part of club members This highly selective group of students discover and go about their library duties systematically and understandingly with the co operation and participation of the librarian who acts in the capacity of club adviser All activities emphasize group or social effort as well as individual accomplishments The members have experiences in which assuming responsibility making decisions and directing their own work secure pleasure for the group Officers ofthe club for l952 l953 are Sandra Benner president Phyllis Nichols vice president Harry Koutoukas secretary Mary Bailey treasurer CREATIVE WRITING CLUB With sixteen energetic members more than in any recent year the Creative Writing Club has proudly carried on the tradition of past years in writing as well as studying litera ture of all varieties short stories essays poems and narratives In September the club efficiently organized itself by electing Barbara Welsh as president Pat O I-lara vice president and Anita Dobon secre tary treasurer Although some mem bers were not always able to attend the principles of good creative w it ing were carried on und r xi Finch s able direction W O Hara it il Mary Cicchini Harry Koutoukas Barbara Welsh Malowicky Susan Murray Ca ral estnut Patricia Brown Gloria Malo Coo r Paul Koutaukas Anne Fay Casey Ji wp? QV .W xp ,Y Officers seated Anita Da xg ban Barbara Welsh Patrici i 57 ws- Z I I I 1 1 ' N . , , . p . , , -V fx I - I E . . .I I . I - I ' f I C I . . . 2 , , sr: xl N, - I . r i u if Q' X, ' Q . fix f NNY, xx V Y , N N . 1 Q L. L f - I lv if , - x 5 Ni tr 1 f fygy wt: KQV ,-Flys? h 1 V 4 , 5, ij ,xl , r , V ,Y , V 4,-Ls In lv N :Vi cf X, X, , f 3 - P Xxx , , , xy I xv' ' I ,' .CPI ' I 1 v s A . N H neil ' - K ' ' r A 'N 'i E ,f is . b X I , - V X -4 I iv I Ax :.,' e f I VZ 'Z' pf A ,L X. TRI HI Tru Hu one of U Es most successful crganuzotuons us enuoyung uts twenty second year under the guudance of uts founder Muss Gladys Mersereau The club has cu member shup of 203 gurls U E s three tradutuonal dances are sponsored each year by Tru Hu th All U E Nught o dance held Thanksguvung nught at whuch the football queen us crowned and the team honored the Chrustmas Formal and the Sprung Formal at whuch our basketball queen us crowned and the basketball team honored Such sports as archery team bowlung and swummung are offered to members durung the wunter and early sprung months A College Loan Fund us mauntauned by the club Thus fund us to assust former mem bers un theur quest for hugher educatuon by lendung them money and chargung no unterest untul the gurls have been out of college for two years A money makung prouect for the College Loan Fund whuch Tru Hu resumed thus year was uts Carnuval The classes made the booths under the durectuon of theur respectuve presudents offucers and commuttees The pruze of credut towards theur class plaque was guven to the best booth Last year Tru Hu gurls made an educatuonal trup to New York Cuty and sunce all who prouect may be establushed as an annual affaur Another educotuonal affaur us the presen tatuon of awards by the Tru Hu to the outstandung gurl graduates Tru Hu has defunutely enuoyed another successful year ARCHERY BOWLING Kneelung Nancy Ward Shurley Get Kneelung Paula Gutheul Sondra Ben man ner Suzanne Orrus Marlene Crego Standung Mary Clark Carol Chestnut JOYCE M0ndYCk P0ff'C'0 GYl9S Rose Home, paul Goyue Wood Nancy mary Bochynsku Kay Honsell Albuno Tredo Coccettu Standung Barbara Eulenberger Norma Wallace Jean Illug Lyle Romer Mary Cucchunu Sandra Stone Betsy Johns Duane Pennell Mary Frate Marue Pe tru I SWIMMING Susonne Parkhurst, Joan Meeker, Su zonne Orrus, Jean Foy 58 - I . ' l I 1 ' I ' - - I - - ' '- 'T e ll - l . I . . I I I I I , . attended found the trup very enjoyable, a sumular one was made possuble thus year. Thus f A - , I T 'uup ' ' . I X 7 4 TRI HI CANDIDATES FOR QUEEN Farst row Donna Pero Janet Randesn Patrncna Anrey Joyce Knser Second row Anna Cosentnno Joan Kuenzln Dolores Palazzo Joyce Man dyck Verna Lou Banks Margaret Donovan Thnrd row Suzanne Mersereau D Iares Swagler Sara Jane Duffy Joyce 52 53 FOOTBALL QU EE Grnffuth NancyStrusz Marulyn Rodgers Jean Foy 52 53 BASKETBALL QUEEN Xxx Q Janet Randesu and Al PapareIIa Joan Huckey and Marnlyn Frey 45'- Seated Barbara Phrlhps Sara Jane Duffy Standung Donna Burt Theresa Mon aco Joyce Englush 59 Ii-v In K 6 3 L 5 .. 7' I " A W ' , I N V 4 , -' . , 3. 1 '. l I ' -, N ', ' , ' - . 1 1 V -, -5 ' I : , o- - I X s - r. ' lug. N I 1' kc . I A, of -L I ,E SENIOR LATIN CLUB Eggers' afsgeas 3 - 4 'o"m 33g-QE?f'DID3Om39 3'rb3m' SU-50 n 3's?"1D3"'ga.2-+"'9fb g V'C3NfD..Ccng-SLDO a.3 o"O30' :Ona ofbgflg-"'5'5,'2"'w2a 'im 3""-w-OCN- Ojofamgj C1-'03 3 moo. a. "ma3C8m0-:fha-O 5 'V' Q' fn a. -Cin: J' fbmgss- I-10.- FDOQJB-Ol-O m-ru, 'tb-t' 050-'3mJ'm 3m wg.O - -f FD 2 j 1:9300-3 Dj-Q-rw 3-3136 3:03353-43001 QQ. 'oo-13"-BCI' 031377:-wagamo O'3fD'UO,OV'-PQJOQSI' 2J'39ofl EJB 333 - -Y 73,3333 'D-32100 3w3mN2E O- 3' U1 U- U' 53-IOQO sgmflfo S- 3-3-,S 7333333 oma.o- osmca rn ...-.....- . L' ' ' ' , f ' . I gf' . I . . L I I I YA' . g U, .I ,, , x i I I I ' .. - I m J :Vi ' 'I I .1 V I ., ' ' I ni'-I ' M., , - ,. , 'N I I D L , . -5 , I I 'J I I D 55, ,A . .. . . l J V . N W - ' , -1, , C , h . . y : R N . U ' he f ' N E - . 4 ' :Z , . X . C . . , " . . ' 2 32:3 ff-rf' ' ' w f A ' . I . X .5 M ' W A . ' A . ID I . .., - - ff , - F 'gill' ' A ' ' I 4 L C B I Q ' Q 1-'n ' ' ' N ,nm 'W' . Q .1 so . I . , h ' f ' -lg. , ua 'L' ' ,N . 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I ,, 1 - , ' N, ' A N , , N r . f is .lx Z, ' - 2!',,1lg,. . ffl:-..5j,, . - h "I N Fnrst row left to rught Cathleen Cahnll Suzanne Mersereou Camllle Magglore Mary Lee Karl Second row Glorla Malawlcky Hazel Depew Bruno Colapuetro Thurd row James Hertel James Cuddy Bob Bovner Fourth row Vuctor Decker Mnchael Maxlan JUNIOR LATIN CLUB ll!! 7 '-4 "x First row left to rtght Tuna Slorlkoy Mary Emmon Anna Solon Wllluarn Cunnnngham I-larrlct Paul Muchael Beurne Jane Cole Machael Colella Potrlcna I-lopka Delores Kruse Dorothy Bentley Second row Joyce Engllsh Sondra Belo Donald Lewus James Orsley Franklln Sanclaur Dowd Tltus Reese Kmtzlng Matthew Brown Francls Fetska August Dobnsh Patrucla Adams Nancy O Hara Thurd row Kathleen Oakley Carol Chestnut Elsue Lannhardt Jane VanDusen Nancy Malowncky Carollne Carr Patrucna Gallagher Mary Ann McOuade Barbara Welsh Margaret Drlscoll Lots Rappaport With qulte an Increase ln membershup thus year the enterprnslng Junlor Latun Club establushed Itself more securely as an organuzatuon by lolnlng lfor the unbelnevable prace of S 25 for Intel the Juntor Classucal League a notlonal group Although the club was not organlzed darectly at the begunnrng of the year ut started well In electung Make Beurne and Muke Colella as counselors Matt Brown Quaestor l-larruet Paul scrlbe and as aedules Jane Cole and Ball Cunnungham Under Mass Holllsters skulled dnrectlon the club had an unusual furst meetnng at which they heard on lnformatnve talk by the com munity ambassador Peter Mrstretta More rnterestung and benefuclal meetlngs wall be forthcomlng 60 Xt, TI I I Kevin Conwicke, Joan Piatt, Joan Cornell, Marlene Gray. Second row: Sandra Lee, John Cullen, Charles Eiswerth, Edward Bilik, Edward Dingo, W an Carolyn Bierly Mary Louise Picciano, Dana Barton, Albino W Robert Venner David Patch, Paul Koutoukas, Robert Hanafin, Gayle Wood. Third row Patricia Nestor Sharon Roberts June Yacunsky Sandra Clark Shirley Barnes Joyce Anderson, Barbord Bonnell, Grace Wage, Cynthia Harwood, Carol Chestnut, Barbara Loftus, Verna Lou Banks, Delores Nelson, Doanne Chwalow. The Spanish Club is a school organization which consists of any first, second, ar third year Spanish students. Meetings are held every two weeks and dues are collected. ' Under the supervision of Mr. Carl Zonio, the Spanish Club elected this year the fol- lowing officers: President, Albino Coccetti, vice-president, Kevin Conwicke, and secretary- treasurer, Dona Barton. The cIub's accomplishments this year were: o dance at U-E and a skating party at the Johnson City Pavilion. The group also studied some interesting points about Mexico through slides and finished off the year with its annual picnic. f f ITALIAN CLUB First row, seated: Elvira Pittarelli, Angela Musa, Steffie I-lanakovich, Angela Rizzuto, I Maureen Coleman, Carolyn Vicinus, Marie Catucci. Second row: Michael Bottino, Anthony Ciaravino, Gregory Fusco, Theodore Brown, Philip Colella, Kyrle Isenburg, Joseph Ligouri, Philip DeStefana, Anthony Nirchi, Victor Recchia. Third row: Gina Fiacco, Lucille Pero, Beatrice Ripic, Mary Cicchini, Marjorie Seely, Margaret Driscoll, Filomena Santarelli, Theresa Monaco, Anne Ciacelli, Virginia Mollica. To promote better understanding of Italian culture and of the Italian language is one of the aims of the Italian Club. This year the club held its initial meeting in Septem- ber of l952. The officers elected were: Angelo Rizzuto, president, Maureen Coleman, vice president, and Steffie I-lanakovich, secretary-treasurer. Meetings were held on alternate Tuesdays under the guidance of Mr, Carl Zonio. Several activities have been planned throughout the year. A "Pizza Party" was held in March, Members of the club were allowed to bring a guest. The party was featured by an Italian folk dance, several songs, and delicious Italian food. A dance in April was held in the U-E boys' gym to raise funds in order to send aid to an orphanage in Italy. The club plans to end its year with a picnic to be held ata nearby lake. There are tentative plans with Harpur CoIlege's Italian Club and with the Sons of Italy to sponsor an evening of Italian culture. We feel there are so many beautiful items of Italian culture that we want people to share their beauty with us. 6I 71 LE CERCLE FRANCAIS Seated left to rught Angela Ruzzuto CamIlIe Magguore MIss Janet Mealy ladvnserl lone Romer Mane Ferrante StandIng MarIIyn Rodgers Paula Bochnak Barbara Baltzel Anne Foy Casey Kay Yemgst Barbara PhIlIIps ElIzabeth Worster Barbara Welsh Susan Murray Susan Daly Debbue SImmands Membershup to Le Cercle Francals IS open to those persons who are takIng French or have taken It The club meets every two weeks In room 205 and IS supervIsed by Muss Mealy ITS faculty advsser The slxteen femmlne members of thls club have succeeded In sponsonng a most successful dance Cafe de Pans On thIs accasIon a few members of the Le Cercle Francaus took part In entertaInIng the guests wlth can can danclng and sunglng French songs A CARE package was sent to a needy famIly IH France at Chrlstmas On the agenda for thus year were also a dlnner and a pIcnIc OffIcers are lone Romer presIdent CamIIle Mag gIare vIce presldent Mane Ferrante secretary treasurer Angela RIzzuto socIal chaIrman FRIENDSHIP CHAPTER OF tolo Sandra Varga LoIs McDonald Anna Labanc Janet Mack Antonnette ScrufarI Joyce Edson Second row AnastacIa Pastnkas Bar bara BIrd Shnrley Teed Susan Fnsh Mrs Joan Rybak I.oIs Johns Mary Cheevers Florence Rage Gma Noce Thnrd row Joyce FItch Charlotte I-lov rnlka Annette Roma MOTION Blat mcky Rosemary Bachynskl Carol Young Dawn Vergason MarIIyn Payne Mamne Rama Johanna Gehl Beverly BIrd Jean Bosley Fourth row JasephIne Scanlon Pearl Eldredge Marna Mnner Delores Cao tolI Theresa Yurecka Ann MarIe Cavese Jo Ann EllIott Jane Atwood POYYICIO VIII MarIIyn Rodgers Jaan Kuenzll Fnrst row JulIa KIcsak Frances Cura In September the FrIendshIp Club under the supervIsIon of Mrs Rybak held a meetIng In the lIvIng room of the homemakIng department to welcome new members From then on a meetlng was held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month durIng fIfth penod At the organlzatlon s second meetIng the members elected these offIcers PresIdent LoIs Johns vIce presldent Susan FIsh secretary Mary Cheevers treasurer Shurley Tweed sergeant at arms Barbara BIrd DurIng the past summer Susan Fnsh and Jean Bosley attended for a week the F H A camp at Oswegatchle New York They came back wIth new Ideas on howto make the club more successful BesIdes sendIng two gurls to camp the organuzatnon sent a box to Korea and made Chnstmas favors for Ideal Hasputal Some ofthe club s other actIvItIes Include bake sales fashIon prevuews and partIes 62 .Ii II'I1 I Q 1 Q, N ' 5 X -I 2 - -- I f . . S Q 'J ' lx ' 1 If -f I I I I I , I I I I I I I I I I I - . a . . . I ls , . 'A . . I A ' I - - 11 , I X I' . . I -X . I. f- - 11 - . I I . . , lf' I. I K 4 ' 1 I 4 l .. - - . . . 'I 5.1 , ,,. . 1 . . 0' ' ' 1 1 ' 1 I 1 ' 1 , . . I ' I I I I I , . , 3 I - I I I - I I I I - . , - I I - I I I I I I I , . - I I I - I I I I I I I I I ' l . . . . . , . , , - ' I f I I I I 1 1 I ' I . . . , . l . . I . . . . ' I , . JUNIOR RED cnos We P M Jw -aww ,1,,vJ M15 Jaffa' MLW First row left to right Beverly Scudder Marguerite McGarry Joan Swundler Julra Suchy Kay Hansell Joyce Mandyck Josephnne Scanlon Beatrlce Scrufarn Second row Margaret Baker Joan Saddlemlre Mamne Roma Helen Shady Martha Robunson Joanne Bradshaw Joan Krnstoff Mae Avery Joan Hanns Joyce Klser Thurd row Duane Deuel Shlrley Crane Dons DeGroat Gnna Noce Ann Marne Cavese Shnrley Reardon Mar garet Donovan Emelna Znemba Ellzabeth Stephens Mary Lounse Hammond Fnrst row Jean Bosley Loss Johns Anna Labanc Arlus Elluson Second row Marulyn Rodgers Hazel Depew Mrs Vartullu Kay Yemgst Alnce Lewus Thurd row Nancy Holland Joyce Anderson Paul Koutoukas Gerald Campbell Barbara Bonnell Carol Lawton Under the dnrectuon of Mrs Vartulu the Junnor Red Cross has sponsored many projects thus year The furst thing the members dad was to elect their offlcers Kay Yemgst presldent James Thorne vuce president Marulyn Rodgers secretary and Hazel Depew treasurer A druve was held to send a CARE Package to some needy country rn Europe Another worthy project was the Chrastmas Party for the orphans Thus party was sponsored by the Junuor Red Cross for the Susequehanna Valley Orphans A dance held February l3 l953 was another protect to rause money for packages to be sent abroad COMMERCIAL CLUB NAM gy gf' My wif! The purpose of the Commercual Club as to help nts members become better acquamted wath the busmess world an our communuty Dursng the past year the club has had guest speakers from Personnel Departments who have explauned such preparations for busnness as qualafncatuons for robs applucatlons and :ntervnews Fleld trlps to busoness concerns are a part of the program The club elects the presrdent for the comlng year at an annual meetlng whlch rs held at the end of the school year Last year Kay Hansell was elected presndent The other offrcers were elected after everyone Interested In the commercial field was allowed to loan They are as follows Vnce president Julla Suchy secretary Joan Swmdler treasurer Joyce Mandyck Mnss Knrskern as the club advuser 63 . o f A ' '7 I 1 1-. .1 I fffvl 1 , I , Q Kao! n f , 1, 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 , . . . ' f . . ITT g vi ftmf t .4 .1f ' rs',Mx-t',1 . . . . Q--.V-X 1.1 ' 1 1 r ,Wi V . . Ax 1 1 1 1 X . fl tx U . . 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I I I I I I - 1 1 1 ' 1 , . . , . - 1 1 1 1 1 TECHNICAL CLUB Sattang Paul Mann Robert Lorence lrvan Blakeslee Robert deVcnte Michael Torcha Antonio Koukades John Larnerd Standing first row Robert Seniska Richard Honnack George Frasca Mr James Long well Mr Richard Klett Mr John Woodruff Bruce VanHorn Gabriel Russin Joseph Vav ona Lawrence Jayne Second row Lawrence Beauter Ronald Mrvo Joseph Funara Robert Cappellett James Fischer Charles Bradt Willard McCarty Boris Sarachanska Peter Uhranec Charles Butchko Bryant Wood David Patch David Mayes Frederick Corano John Nosal Duane Arthur Richard Short Donald Short John Brister Ronald Jordan Eugene Arnold Wal laam Dayton William Whitley Leroy Shearer 75" Robert Venner audged likely to be most successful an tech Society of Tool Engineers nacal fields were awarded as follows Second place Dowd 51-,undem O 55 00 First place Andrew Komar a Tool En award presented by the Technical Club The Technical Club as an organization composed of the students taking the tech nacal course Its members have a luncheon meeting every Wednesday under the super vision of the technacal teachers The aims of the club are to broaden the industrial knowledge of its members and to promote greater interest an the technical field To carry out these aims at has taken several traps to local industries and has planned an exchange trap with Mount Pleasant High School an Schenectady For its final out of town trap at vasated the industries an Syracuse These industrial traps and the annual pacnac at Lily Lake are financed by the profits of the candy sales at the basketball games The Technical Club under its officers Robert DeVente president Michael Torcha vice president and Irving Blakeslee secretary treasurer hopes that an the following years at will be both successful and beneficial to the technical course FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA First row Warren Norton Roger Ward Joseph Kotek Mr White Robert Roosa Alex Zevon Second row Robert Clouse Gerald Coleman Alva Silver nail Edward Kopansky Dean Ford John Ripic James Driscoll Third row Joseph Smith John Mushock David Haines Glenn Sampson Gordon Loveless Daniel Terwallager Gale Bennett Richard Seely The Future Farmers of U E have had an active year They have two members who are officers in the County Association Joe Kotek as vice president and Gale Bennett is the county reporter The regular F F A officers are Joe Kotek president Harold Weber vace president and Alex Zevon treasurer Bob Roosa secretary Roger Ward reporter and Bud Norton sentinel The boys took several traps during the year One took them to Waverly, where they toured the Kasco Feed Malls A trap to Cornell was later planned during Farm and Home Week To raase funds for thear treasury, they sold seeds, and put on a pancake supper The two top seed salesmen were sent to the State F F A camp at Oswegatchae Lake an the Adirondacks, with all expenses paid The agriculture basketball team of last year were champaons of their league and from all indications wall be champs again thas year 64 , I V M , . I , I . , . , H b , 1 , xy - N A , A , - - -- S . , . , , . ' , , 'I ' ' ' ' - 6 f I I ' It f - .' .a A a I x , , . ,. ..4 " r ' 11 I ' . ' ' ' l , , , o -1 ' ' iv-1 U I I I A I V 1 , " -- - 7 fr I 4 1 , 6 V I l I I I I I I L I 1 1 I 1 1 A I 1 1 1 . - by ap , . ' . . ' . f 1 I - ' 'yi 5 1 1 1 I952 annual prizes for Technical students gineer's Handbook," presented by American A I I I I I I I - I 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 I . l , . . ' 1 1 1 - 1 - I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 '-is QSK:-2 MUSIC lf music lives in the l-meort of mon Love olso wnfhm has heorf must dwell And lf love rest IHSld8fl'1IS mon He ll sung of peoce ond :fs vnrtues fell ,N Ava.. n Q F A Q 'X X 'lx - A so -J 1.4 I K XA lx Xl, A H XXX Y' "' -"i"f7..1-' 'K . - -' , R - . qi -mx, . N X:x X - - - - N 4 h X fair., X X KEN se X - 4 1 .N AN x X-' x..x....rKQX JN J if A R , l X Q '.-'RFQ ics of X l X X Y ' I X X xlg XX w xxx XE' :JV X . Q N P 'o 5 A T,j'x1-X N I X N-X 4 N ' l X e. 5' .- W 'few X X x A 'f . f . 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WI ,wif I I CHOIR l I l i I I 'll i ,rw I if The U-E Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Edson, presented many successful appearances this year, The Choir performed in the annual Christmas concert, in addition to singing at the Kiwanis luncheon and an assembly. The annual spring concert was highlighted by the choir's rendition of the "Roumanian Rhapsody" by Georges Enesco. They also sang "Lil Liza Jane" as arranged by Mr, Ivan Bryden of Henry B. Endicott school. The graduating seniors have a wonderful season to remember, and the underclass- men look forward to another successful year. SOP RANOS Patricia Airey Barbara Ash Ann Audrey Connie Baldoni Barbara Bilek Patricia Brown Mary Clark Shirley Crane Marie Ferrante Marilyn Frey Joyce Griffith Mary Louise Hammond Charlotte Havrilka Shirley Havrilka Anita Jones Joyce Kahanic Delores Krise Carol Lawton Julana Lucas Joyce Mandyck Mary Ann McQuade Nancy O'l-lara Patricia O'Hara Pauline Olive Betty Peabody Elvira Pittorelli Martha Robinson Debra Simmonds Valeria Steflik Beverly Strusz Shirley Titus Barbara Welsh ALTOS Sandra Benner Patricia Bundas Shirley Bushnell Sandra Chura Susan Daly Arlene Fleenor Kay Hansell Virginia Havrilka Barbara Honnick Patricia Ingalls Barbara Kositsky Emily Kotasek Dorothy Lockwood Janice Lockwood Nancy Malowicky Florence Mastrogiacomo Suzanne Mersereau Theresa Monaco Mariorie Moore Susan Murray Nancy Nivison Jean O'Neil Delores Palacco Shirley Palo Suzanne Parkhurst Lucy Putrino lone Romer Beverly Scudder Dawn Snedaker Vivian Turrigiano Palma Vivona Nancy Ward Barbara Winans Darlene Wovkulich TENORS Clifton Aldrich Joseph Barbara John Cheevers Louis Cioci Robert Clune Carmen Crescente David Cuddy Dean Ford Richard Honnick Glenn Hurst William Ivan Joseph Kelly David Mandyck Michael Maxiari Donald Parke Philip Quartararo Philip Short Jack Skibbs Gary White BASSES Edward Battaglini Charles Butchko Louis Cianciosi Robert Colonna Layton Congdon Kevin Conwicke John Cullen Mario Darpino Richard Darpino Victor Decker Bruce Dent John Escovar Manuel Ferrara Theodore Gordon Edward Henneman Martin Leukhardt John Lockett Clayton Lowe Kenneth McDavit George Mudry Donald Muir Anthony Nirchi Jack Pangburn Marvin Parrish Richard Pratt Angelo Quaranta Harold Roth Frank Tatuska Dennis Wood ACCOMPANISTS Sandra Belo Dawn Hills FIRST SOPRANOS Janet Axworthy Mary Jane Brhel Patrlcla Brown Marne Catucc: Mary Cucchnm MOTION Clark Jane Cole Vallette Cordell: Caryl Couch Carmella DeMattens Rose Morne DePrusco Annta Dobon Mary Eck Joyce Englnsh June Ervm Joanne Foley Patrlcla Gallagher Louuse Huckey Frances lanm Shlrley Jackson Patrncla LaStella Sylvua LaStella Loss Martm 1-1,-l-. ..,.J.. I GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Gnrls Glee Club had a very successful year under Mrs Ruth Edson s durectlon The club ap peared wnth the chour ln the Chrlstmas concert and Shurley Menard Jo Anne Miner Patrncua Nestor Agnes Novak Judlth Pero Dawn Puerce Helen Prpto Jacquellne Pozzl Marne Rotandn Carolyn Vncunus Helen Wilcox Margaret Youn Frances Zagoras SECON D SOPRANOS Phyllus Adams Hazel Depew Kay Engllsh Frances Fnacco Theresa Hermlz Jean llllg Joyce Jurczak Barbara LaBelle l in-Q Glorna Malowlcky Marlene Mnkels Shlrley Moyle Hornet Paul Sally Reynolds Mary Saraceno Paulune Senna Carol Spangenberg Tuna Starlkov Sonja Steele Darlene Tart Ruta Wlcklzer FIRST ALTOS Caroline Carr Jacquelme Davern Susan Fush Mary Frate Sandra Jackson Barbara Kraycovuc Ann Manclnu Jacquelme O Nell Ruta Palmer Marne Petrulln Rose Rossa Anna Solon SECOND ALTOS Nancy Barnes Marnlyn Bowker Ann Cosentmo Marnlyn Gelatt Nancy Gelatt Janet Haag Barbara Loftus Vncku Mulaskn Lyle Romer Patrucua Rnvenbu Helen Selanlch Mary Shelton FQ Sandra VanOrder Frances Vultogguo Beverly Walter Phyllis Wunters ACCOMPANIST Elnzabeth Szedlock ,L-J----l -1-mf eAulJ.,l.-4 .ALL -1 1 ' I , . . also in assembly programs. Paula Gutheil Reva Ellis Donna Granger ' - I ' l, ll ' 11 In I y -an 4- b --.T . , f .4 ., s--- 4- Q---aw--Q T A- f ,- FIRST VIOLINS Leigh Allard Kay Yeingst Barbara Davis Shirley Havrilka Virginia Havrilka Janet Mack David Bouton George Frasco Reese Kintzing Daniel Terwilliger Vincent Deraco ORCHESTRA VIOLIN SECTION SECOND VIOLINS HORNS Rita Cannavino lone Romer Alice Shaffer James Miller Paul Cahill Rita Palmer Eva Cole VIOLAS Jane VanDusen Beverly Scudder Mary Shelton WOOD WIND SECTION Janice Lockwood Mary Clark Sam Pisani Paula Bochnak John Cevette TRUMPETS Richard Atwood Steve Kubica Aldo Borromei William Dayton Betty Worster As in l952, and all years preceding it, a fine group of musicians gathered on Mon- day and Thursday afternoons to work on numbers for the U-E Orchestra's many activities. The orchestra presented a con- cert with the choir groups in March this year, instead of its usual May concert with the band. Some of the numbers worked on for this event were "The Merry Wives of Windsor BRASS ' ln! FLUTES Marjorie Seely Avis Reines Kay Kinney Lois Rappoport OBOE Betty Peabody CLARINETS Eugene Gonzalez Mario Dorpino Joe Deraco Donald Alamo Overture," by Otto Nicolai, "A Trumpeter's Lullaby," by Leroy Anderson, and "Intro- duction to Act lll of Lohen- grin," by Richard Wagner. The orchestra played for some grade and junior high schools in the area as well as for all assemblies in our school. Another great year has been recorded by the orchestra un- der its leader, Mr. Crawford Stahl. SECTION BASS CLARINET Clayton Lowe SAXOPHONES Harold Roth Ronald Hummel Vincent Pittarelli PERCUSSION Lawrence Beauter Robert Thomas James Driscoll ORCHESTRA Qllfilwswt fy' . t 3fP,PQ':f"f'jfgf"W " qvxfyfl LovvER sTRiNe SECTION TROMBONES Luciano Rizzi David Humphreys Glenn Hurst Carolyn Bierly Acton Ostling TUBA Raymond Butler TYMPANI Ray lonnone CELLOS Marie Ferrante Jane Sandwick Annette Main Grace Palmisano Palma Longo BASSES Mary Ann Russell Nick Longo Raymond Butler PERCUSSION SECTION 69 CORNETS 1 . . lf PERCUSSION TUBAS AND HORNS 70 CONCERT These are pictures of the twenty- fitth U-E Band Yes, this year was a special one for the band. In 1953 it put on a concert by itself with the alumni of the band joining it during the second half. The alumni also spon- sored preceding the concert a banquet honoring Mr, Acton Ostling, the band's director for twenty-five years. A U-E Band Concert has never been without Mr, Ostling's able direction. He started the concerts in l928 and is still lead- ing the band, but as Director of Music OBOE Betty Peabody CLARINETS Eugene Gonzales Maria Darpino Layton Congdon Harold Roth Joseph Deraco Teresa Moisio Suzanne Mersereau Donald Alamo Gregory Fusco Joseph Gialla Donna Stratton Carolyn King Louis Cianciosi Edward England Janet McCarty Dorothy Lockwood Angelo Bonternpa Gordon Holland Richard Kadlecik Mary Sctufari Shirley RIDIC Saundra Coans LOW ER FLUTES Marjorie Seely Mary Ann Russell Avis Reines Kay Kinney Lois Roppaport Jane Angeyine ALTO CLARINET Vincey DeMatteis BASS CLARINET Clayton Lowe BASSOON Sarah Jane Duffy SAXOP HON ES Jean Lupole Richard Thorne Lyle Ramer Darla Saddler-nire Jane Sandwich Annette Main Vincent Pittarelli George Morrow BAND of the Endicott schools, The band has worked on many famous numbers, such as "National Emblem March" by Fred Bagely, "Light Cavalry Over- ture," by E. Von Suppe, themes from "Porgy and Bess," by George Gershwin, and others too numerous to mention. The band also played for the children ofthe junior high schools in this area. It has been quite a year and U-E is proud of Mr. Ostling and the band tor what they have done over a twenty- tive year span. NU If bb C al fytf' J L 1 J, , 1, rf, . fb, I , , ca" 4,1 yan, s ,bi , M, AJ . A , - fuf .4 i ' , 1 ' ' ' i f " DRUMS f WMI, -Jljf, . ',L V ' Lawrence Beauter Juf .jg -, "1 Y 13110 Hugh Fmii g av ,irc , 1,-V Richard Fink N t l ' 'fig 4 J Ray lannone J George Frasca HORNS Salvatore Fontana , Janice Lockwood coRNE1's TRUMPETS Mow Clark Richard Atwood Aldo Borromei Steve Kubica Vincent Deroco William Dayton Franklin Sinclair Carmine Crescente Barbara Honnick Dominick Quercia George Peabody John Pipta George Magur Edward Henneman Gerald Gridley Betty Worster Eugene Marsh Dean Masland BARITONES Garfield Cooper Acton Ostling Barbara Davis Joseph Tedeschi Paula Bochnak Salvatore Pisani John Cevette Willard McCarty Constance Carlson Jean O'Neil TROMBONES Luciano Rizzi Glenn Hurst David Humphreys Carolyn Bierly Camille Maggiore Bruce Dent Peter Fiorini BASSES Nicholas Longo Raymond Butler Thomas Dayton Dean Ford Richard Oakley I 928 EXTRA WIDE BELT. WHITE SPATS FOR MARCHING FLASH THE NEW LOOK U-E hos done it ogoin. It hos long been rumored oround the Southern Tier Conference thot U-E hos the best morching bond, but lost yeor the bond went one more step out in front by odding o Michi- gon Bond morching style to its routines. This yeor the bond took onother step by odding to its morch- ing finesse the brilliance of o new uniform, On this page you see Dick Atwood in the three uniforms which the bond hos owned, ln the upper left corner is the cope-style uniform, the "cIoss" of the oreo in I928. ln the middle is the "Winfield" model ob- toined in I938. ln the lower right corner is the new uniform. Its mony new ond floshy feotures ore shown in the picture. Truly U-E now hos the best dressed outfit os well os the best marching outfit. We ore justly proud of this orgonizotion. I938 K 1953 72 SPECIAL H IGH DROOP VISOR PLUME MARCHING BAND 0 su NICHOLAS OL JOLLY The Bond forms a vuolun w th movung bow ,Agswf The Band brungs Santa un on hus t a d t anal sle gh 'SINE Q HEY TIGER EMBLEM Santa comes down through a ban made chumney and fureplace onto the football feld hearth DOUBLE LENGTH CITATION CORD EXTRA WIDE TROUSER STRIPE DIDULE DIDDLE YOU A E Wlgclfuuzuwws MERRY The Unuon Enducott Hugh School Marchung Band agaun stepped unto the football pucture wuth Clayton Lowe uts hugh steppung major at the head Four sharp tweets of the whustle a snappy untroduc tuon and the U E Marchung Band was off on another un uts serues of fune shows for the pre game cere monues and half tume A great deal of credut goes to Mr Ostlung and Mr Stahl who thought out the routunes and to Mr Stahl and Mr Schmoll who drulled the band unto the best hugh school marchung outfut un the conference and one of the best un the state 73 I ' 3,5155 2,1 .ff T1 -" ,s V! -'.', -' , V . . . r - "5 1 ii i . . I-' ug 135 - I. P ' q I I W f ' 3' lligg I , u all' u' T ' 4 'N ' ' ' ' d- V, . i . I . . - . . I A ll Il ' ' - I I - . . , . . , lx 3 GUESS CONDUCTOR FAMOUS FIRST LETTERS Marlo me Seely steps to the podlum and Mr Stahl and Mr Ostl ng d scuss takes he tu n nn d rectlng another ma ch ng rout ne fo the ne t football sessuon of Conductung Class game LOWE STEPS HIGH Clayton Lowe LICORICE STICKING it E get 4? wif? . E ,V Mr. Ostling instructs the Band's first clarinets during one of their weekly X XX lessons. 74 FIDDLE DEE D Mr Stohl runs the flrst vlolrns thr0ugh theur orchestra musnc IZZY RIZZI7 l A l . i. I X ---- . H..- : X' M N, ,M . I L., -oo . . Q In I Lou Razz: DISCORD OR DAT CHORD7 EVER READY Mrs Callahan and Mrs Edson revsew These Bond members earn theur chev the rules of harmony rons by checkung all band equipment to unsure smooth runnmg rehearsals and concerts 75 mag- L ,J-rf J' i'a-QA Eh TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF TIGER BANDS 1933 xx SC Quo One ofthe corly U E Bonds rn the fursf umforms 1938 Thus U E Bond as shownng off rneur new Wxnfneld model unzforms 1953 This is the present U-E Bond in their new uniforms. 76 ATHLETICS He clvmbs to the top a torch he us bearung To show man the lnght which he must be sharing Be he Negro or Frenchman or German or Swede As a team all unute and for peace they plead f QI! COACHES Rolond Frndernch Harold lTyi Cobb Burdette Porkhurst S. 1 ,Iii Nlck DeNunzuo Vnto Popelko Theodore Conwucke Mouruce Homnlton ATHLETIC ADVISORY COUNCIL X4 ,f Anthony Pero Susan Doly Mr Harold V Cobb Mnss Mory L Pntkm Dr WnIInomJ Krum Mr George Forbes Mrs Joan Rybok Suzonne Mersereou Edword Bnlnk 78 N A A C. 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I ' I I I ' VARSITY FOOTBALL 'E First row Paul DePaoIo Alfred Yankovich Kevin Conwicke Albino Paparella Donald Parke Robert Horbey Ernest Rommel Kurt English Second row Edward Sochor Frederick Cunningham Ralph Weiland Robert Daglio Frank Tatusko Charles Butchko Wade Clark Ronald Hummel Third row John Robble Duane Brown Michael D Aloisio Peter Barbara Vincent Colapietro Robert Hanafin Fred Register Fourth row Donald Battaglini Anthony Ciaravino Joseph Ligouri Edward Bilik Jerome Beck Edward Battaglini Joseph Barbara Top row Wendel Gilroy John Cullen Manuel Ferrara John Podest John Kreczko The 52 team will go down in U-E football history as the first Ty Cobb team to discard the iron man theory and adopt the newer ideas of specialized football. lt will also be known as one of the hardest-fighting and scrappiest teams that the old Alma Mater has ever produced. Picked to be guardians not of stellar but of cellar positions the team surprised coaches and authorities alike and completed the season in a tie with Binghamton North for second place. To some observers and to all U-E fans the squad was the uncrowned champion of the Southern-Tier Conference. Losing only to Ithaca in the season's second game, U-E bounced back to sweep the last six games, which, combined with an opening-game tie with North, gave an over-all 6-l -l record. Outscoring its opponents l85-31, "the tigers" proceeded in the following manner: U-E 6-North 6, Champion Ithaca l2-U-E 7 ltasting wildcat meat for the first time in four yearsl, U-E I4-Johnson City 7, lavenging a humiliating first meeting, O-Ol, U-E 33- Vestal O, U-E 7-Utica Proctor 6 lwhewli, U-E 66-Elmira South Side O lwowll, U-E l9- Last Year's Champs, Elmira Free Academy O, and finally, in the Turkey Day classic, U-E 33-Binghamton Central 7. "Ty" Harold Cobb and Captain Al Paparella won "coach" and "player of the year" awards. ln addition, Kevin Conwicke, Al Yankovich and Don Parke were placed on the "All S. T. Conference" team. "The Tiger" has once again risen, roaring, Beyond a doubt this has been a great team, with an excellent coach, a group of top ballplayers, and, most of all, a great fight- ing heart. 79 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL , M.. Mm 5 T . AL -A 'iss 'H' H' N l Hill -:Q .MINT 1- ' 'Wm' ,, Q -QT' Q Pl Mlm F 1 NLS J 1 :IA T' As x -1. Q. xv Flrst row Ted Brown George Zur Frank Plccuano Fred Cunmngharn John Robble Joe Brrll John Flcke Pete Barbara Kryle Isenburg Second row Mnke D Alousuo Bull Ivan John Cox Francus Mello Ron Lucuano Lou Paglla Tom Powell Vance Colapnetro Marlo Massa Thurd row Bryce Ayres Steve Kubuca Mnke Hare Ed Henneman Gordon Card Jam Schuttak Ovrduo Neuro Fred Reglster Mort Hanafln Fred Corlno Cosmo Parnsu The U E Zephyrs last yeor coached by Vlto Popelka ended a hard fought season with 2 wlns and 2 losses Though loslng to Johnson Cnty and North they beat Central and Vestal To wsnd up the season they rolled the Intramural All Stars 49 O Next year we hope to see many of the J V s on the Varslty and we ore Iooklng forward to a good J V squad BINGHAMTON CENTRAL GAME JOHNSON CITY GAME F Illia, -4 4 '- 55, K 'gp-. Q.. 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Sochor durects Dunga s druve through defense Tom' Pew Wuth theur largest starter at sux feet one unch the U E basketball team was consudered to be on the small sude l these days of domunatuon by the hu man skyscraper the squad had a de cuded handucap Forced to concentrate on ball han dlung and team play the cagemen excelled un just that In compulung a lO 6 record they fought to a fourth TeefHe,u,CO place standung un the Conference League Wuth Bull McManus thurd hughest scorer un the Conference backed up by Ed Buluk and Ed Dunga U E lost two two pount decusuons to Central and North The hugh spuruted squad gave champuon J C theur toughest game goung to defeat only un the last munutes of play Travelung outsude the League for a pour of games wuth Waverly U E twuce went down to defeat but by one of the best all around teams un the state The over all lO 8 record whule not too umpressuve represents eughteen well played hard fought games Coach gag Muke Maxuan Fruderuch had reason to be proud of hus courageous and skullrully trauned ball players U E opened un the Sectuonals agouhstf hugh rudzrug J C Jerry McCormack 40" 'sg 'N 0 'R fb rfb Bull McManus Coptaun Ed Buluk Coach Roland Fruderuch Manager Elluott Cohen Ed Dunga 8l . 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' 1 I . - l , QQMLMQZQ 0- AMN ff jf JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL .bfffff XI Furst row seated Duck Hover Gene Battaglunu Ray Fratuno Bob Clune Tony Cuaravuno Joe Bendert Jack Lawton Second row standing George Matola Bull Coughlan Muke Buerne Fred Franta lmanagerl Mr Vuto Popelka lcoachl Emul Seluga Gabruel Russun The Junuor Varsuty squad thus year played together wuth tune abuluty and exceptuonal teamwork whuch enabled them to capture 4th place unthe league The team under Coach Vuto Popelka showed tune sportsmanshup whule wunnung 9 and Iosung 9 Thus was a tough year after wunnung the champuonshup tor the last two years but next year along wuth the help of the returnees we are lookung forward to another good SQOSOFI 7 Row one James Morlando Bryant Wood John Panko Charles Futch Davud Carlson Gordon Loveless Row two Robert Kopluk Joseph Kelly James Warner Domunuc POZZI Ruchard Honnuck Gerald Wulcox 82 BOWLING Last November the members of the U E Bowlung team elected Charles Futch theur captaun Two secretarues Jerry Wulcox and Davud Carlson were also elected Thus years green bowlung team under the coachung of Mac McCor mack has done surprusungly well thus season Wuth the aud at Domunuc Pozzu s hugh truples un tour consecutuve bowlung matches the Tuger wood choppers are taurly sure ot a second place spot Wuth many experuenced veterans re turnung next year the U E keglers should come home wuth the stakes ,, .., fl' Y! , ,O , , "2 I .pi 1 lt - ' . .. 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' H I , V Il ' I - - , . , , u , , , TRACK - 1952 Fnrst row Clayton Lowe Ralph Werland Paul dePaolo Robert Osborne John Fncke Gary Whnte Joseph Taylor Vnncent Prccnano John Blazey Second row Chrnstos Romas Nrcholas Romas Donald Alamo Charles Butchko Myron Menrcettr Joseph George Theodore Gordon Wlllnam McManus Thrrd row Eugene Sprmger Robert Hanafrn Reese Klntzrng Wade Clark Edward Granger Davnd Bouton John Cullen Donald McManus Fourth row Mr Mrke Rotandn lcoachl Mr Vlto Popelka lcoachl Mr C Burdette Parkhurst lcoachl Bernard Cacclola Fred Cunnnngham Lawrence Cuotolr Norman Chrlsan The l952 track squad under Captarn Myron Menrchettn comprled the envnable record of frve frrsts wrth but one loss Durrng the regular season the squad began the season rn fune fashnon by takrng top honors at a relay meet held at Vestal They fol lowed It up wrth another wrn rn the quadrangular meet on the Elmrra oval Central how ever nosed the sprrrted fellows out ln a photo frnlsh durrng the Tru Cutnes meet In Sectnon IV competrtlon U E placed a close fourth only a few paunts behind the top Bernre Cac: ala Fred Cunnrngham and Gary Whrte helped to carry the Sectlon IV laurels to West Pornt for state wade competrtuon 046' susan, an the 440 yard dash wrth Jam Pratt of North and John Hudanrch on hrs heels CROSS COUNTRY ? U Es Cross Country team would 8 have had a frne season rf rt were no for Vestal s great team ln three duel meets U E beat North tued Ithaca and lost to Vestal In the bug Trnple Cutres meet U E placed sec and only to Vestal Paclng U Es team this year were Don Alamo and sophomore Ozzre Osborn pac: cnnss r M155 Dum! W1 i NF Frrst row Robert Breno Reese Krntzrng Robert Osborne Donald Alamo Raymond Fratlno Gerry Pease Second row Mr Theodore Conwrcke lcoachl Davrd Bouton James Whntely John Mee Alvun Relnecke Wnlluam McLaughlrn Thnrd row Rrchard Hartman Donald Relnlng 83 1 ,. , , . nf S x K L 1 J Xf .- - - - U X , , . t ,x X' ' - V U V f 1 5 I 3 l, I Z I I I l I I I A I , , . : . ' ' , . ' ' , . . , , , , - I I ' I 1 I - I ' ' . 4 ' ' ' ' I , ' , ., W D . -.. ff' Fred Cunningham breaks the tape V " ' 'll'-F ' ,U i' 1 J. Q, A of ye, - - or ,nn y ,N , . - an ' .-A' Ox fa , ' .-"' - J - I .:.- 12 - 1' ' W uf- I '--I . C . I ' ' ' t l .f NAA: , ,, . 'sul' UI A I l t' . 4 - - A . 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V-5 4 H ' ' - ' ' ' 2 , ' ' , ll - ll I , . 5 , , , BASEBALL 1952 I f Uk: V007 ,mag 7n- Ai Frrst row Frank Tatusko Arnold Colonna Bruno Pagnanu Robert Brnggs Rnchard Roche James Forbes Carmen Crescente Domumc Quercuo Lawrence Beauter Gerald Campbell Leon Elswerth Second row Joseph Wnlson Norman England Bruno Colapnetro Edward Bulnk Alfred Yankovuch Anthony Pero Nucholas Komanowsk: Joseph Orlando John Robble Robert Walters Edwnn England Albert Selnga Gerald Wnlcox George Magur Ernest Herceg U E s baseball nme dlsplayed hard fast actnon throughout the sprung season of and when the season drew to a close the team had chalked up an lmpressnve record of nine vnctorues to only three defeats Led by the hrttnng of Jam Forbes and John Robble s prtchung the U E Tugers placed second un the conference and succeeded un capturmg the hnghly pruzed Trnple Cutues Trophy VOLLEYBALL 45 J t FFT' f Jr AHL. Q 'AX X f C! 1: N-is -' 0 , Y' Ftrst row Don Short, Gene Roma, Ken Becker, Wade Clark, Glenn Wullrams, Gene Arnold Second row Paul DePaolo, Bob Rosemuer, Ron Lucrano, Bull lvan, Bruno Colapnetro John Cullen Although the funal results of the volleyball team wall not be known untul the end of the season, the boys on the team have shown good sportsmanshup, fme teamwork and an excellent competutnve spurut These qualatues should enable them to funssh the season an a favorable posutron nn the league l ost year's team occupeed the "number two spot" an the league and also un the Sectuonal Tournament 84 NJ' ax Mk pm ,er f JP'- - 'j ' 5 9 L' ' ' 3 'A A I , , el' Q 1 xx X I V , I, I - x I 1 L I .ep 'X L X J ' N '- ,' ' ' . U ,L ' 1- ' 2' ' I ' 'L ' , X. V - '51 - . g ,.- , Y , . ,elf E 1- ,. , ' ,lg 3 rj, - to , . -,X I X s X g , X - 1 . ,I xxx ' 07? 'EM In CDXLQUA R K, X A F L gl .X . rx W IDT ' Q A ' 'J J J X l A -. J ' XX - " 1' N' C , """ --ny! -7? 'XC .. ' ' , 1 l 1 I .4-. 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GOLF TEAM Front left to rnght Edward Dmga Charles Putruno Dannel Chura Andrew Herceg LeRoy Shearer Ronald Terpak Henry Shearer Nlck Du Nunzro lcoachl Kneelnng Joseph Nestor Coach Nlck DlNunzro for the second consecutrve year hos guided the Tnger golf teom to vlctory By dorng a mlnumum amount of strokung the teom hos taken frrst place rn the Southern Tner Conference the Sectronals ond IU the State lntersectlonal Match ot peted ln the Notuonol Junror Golf Tournament at Eugene Oregon and placed fnrst un the open drrvung contest CHEERLEADERS Front left to rught Joyce Mondyck lcoptaanl Ruta Wlckuzer Borboro Lo Belle Noncy Strusz Kay l-lonsell Margorue Moore Patruclo Nestor 85 Newburgh, New York, Further fome was brought to the team by Ed Dingo, who com- GIRLS' ATHLETICS Sports, though usually considered unimportant in contrast to many outstanding things in the world today, play a great part in promoting friendship and good will between other- wise hostile countries. The Olympics, which are an outstanding international cooperation, feature many events in which girls receive even greater prominence than men, Here at U E girls' sports build a continually-growing organization in which all partici- pants share fun and responsibility Q 4 MRS RUTH ADAMEK MISS MADELEINE BURNS SENIOR LEADERS CLUB OFFICERS Barbara Davis Barbara Phillips Joan Duffy Rosemary Bachynski SENIOR LEADERS An CLUB Forno Beverly Wylam Theresa Carlin: Carol Duffy Carolyn Begeal Second row Frances LoBeIIo Lois .Iennings Anita Dobon Elizabeth Worster Virginia Ha vrilka Third raw Sara Jane Duffy Cathleen Cahill Suzanne Mersereau lone Romer Delores Swagler Fourth row Marjorie Harley Joan Meeker Mary Cheevers Patricia Gyles Standing Joan Duffy Barbara Davis Barbara Phillips Rosemary Bachynski A A Q A First row left to right Delores The Leaders Clubs are new clubs this year They are comprised of outstanding ath letes in girls sports 86 JUNIOR LEADERS' CLUB gg Left to rught Nancy Tredo Ellen Swogler Florence Ambrose Bonnue Covert Harruet Paul Shurley Getrnan Jane VanDusen Joanne Stage Joan Doran Ann Pero Juluanne Gorczynsku Nancy Ward LETTER RNERS Q' EA xi if YY Joan Duffy and Rosemary Bachynsku who have for four years gone out for almost every gurls sport Theur reward? Sweaters and letters MPS THE CHA gs! Y Furst row left to rught Patrucua Adams Barbara Becker Joan Duffy Frances LoBello Second row Grace Camp Sherul Koon Delores Swogler Sandro Bacon Donna Burt Lous Jennungs Albuna Coccettu Barbara Baltzel Thurd row Marulyn Frey Maruorue Harley Mary Cheevers Rosemary Bachynsku Joyce Moyers Cathleen Cahull Kay Yeungst Margaret Hudcovuch These are the gurls who really know theur soccer They are the top senuor class un gurls soccer 87 3 u , I 1 1 2 K I ' I Il ll Q A tx ,. 4 QT, ' ' . . -' ' -1, I .1g,,i,,., , A 1 ,. , T- 3.J"wFf.Q-' T -54"f" u 'ia 419' h , , 1 3 -I an ,Q S - , : - Y A 7 vt -ru .3 3 RQ, - I F 2 f +4 - '1 ' - t I I ' I I I ' 5 1 I 1 f I , , . : I I I I I . . . , K., K THE CHARLESTON BACK? U' X. Modern Dancung comes to U E through the newly formed Modern Dance Club Hl RUBE SUCCESSORS TO BABE RUTH ft FX Air' QV Janet Haag and Ann Plau 'A 0 mann render theur nnterpreta tnon of a hnllbrlly dance IM READY ARE YOU7 ,NTS The wlnnnng team IH this area an gurls softball Includes Fsrst row left to rught Delores Swag ler Joan Duffy Annette Mann Second row Duane Sterlmg Rosemary Bachynsku Kathleen Carrugg Ann Falkenburg Thnrd row Sora Jane Duffy Mar lorue Harley Joyce Moyers Suzanne Mersereau Dnane Sterlnng and Betty Worster prepare themselves for the bully 88 L,fv""? A xv' X , Lyla' , L., 4 H H 'V rs .ff J E C 4V V J N Ill Q- .X l' Tl" I ,L I , 'Q Q f , wus! CJ f l'lJAffj I- I Mljrv N h .' ' X-fs' Of X N 4 T. , , T , l ' ffqf- L 4 XX . . . K s l ST N , I ' L l 'E -Q , V . . . . rf f' f A f ' 'Q ,vast-w - I z ' ' ,I HERE IT COMES his-q Shurley Tnfus receuves the blrdue from Delores Forno nn the game of bodmmton WALKING ON AIR If ,j THERE IT GOES Nl 35" r...- ,gf z' WW Martha Wallace clears 13 A Mary Ann Polasek smashes fee of sand In one of her the ball across the net ur a mighty leaps SET IT Up tenms mofch Barbara Head, Jane Black, Mary Cxcchmu, Joyce Mayers and Dawne Har rmgton practice theur set up shots before a game 89 :gk ya I :, f . I gal?-Tf'Ai : 1,9 L 53 1 5 1 V I 1 ' ' H' E E E Us . "ui X ' 1. 1131: .1 ' i"f155-,gl V T -I W!- ll Il , I rs xt x O NF 1 f . xxjgw, Z 'L -1: r N , U V ,cgylmil V 4 b- I R X ,ol - 5 T K r in J , X , any ' 3 . v A V . 'ygrfl' "W 4 13 'S I t . 5 I .I HI E 2 A I , 4 A - W1 ff , K III' fr' T T PERFECT FORM lx. Agnes Borno shows her teommofes on excellent woy of gonnung pounfs un shuffleboord ITS A CINCH K. 'Qs 45 4 .af ff' ,! Rosemory Bochynsku us reody to recenve Delores Forno s poss DRIBBLE DOWN THE COURT Members of the bosketboll teom proctnce before the gome 90 THE BATTLE OF ARMS It s o mod scramble for the boll os It rebounds from the bosket rum h lil wr , 4, - 1 1 E ' a ' - X L l ' 1 . . www T l l ' A E Q '9 T x T ' 2 All -. 9, x y N X fp . T 1 +ve' ,. A , 'M 1437. ,5 X X ' Cv- " Q4 ff . ' . X X. Y. ' ' x s N K . . . . ' x-.X ' ' . X ' xxx Il I Il xxfs, O l Il II 4 l , , 3 g , .Q "4 , A U A I Q 5 . V I ll ll F as I . ENTERTAINMENT Dcmce oh brother donce ond ploy Purouette forth then leop for owoy For In eoch mon there sholl be born A love for ploy to still eorth s storm ET r'V X 'QL F4 'NM 1 ., fax 'li in bye E W 'lf f l 1 ,Qi jf J ' X' ul -KU XT? HPF Xi X 6--Ag XX ! f l ' 'x , ' P Z le 7' X 'X 49 v ax f "' XX m P, rv ' - , X ,ll - . 'ii fb - , T el T" ll ff!! Y 1'.. E ' . y xxx -A. yin , fxflxx R! Jf . A 'Q ML' Y ,f ll 5,3 I , Q ,X . W ll M X 'I T ' T S 4' ' N 1' - A ,V . 0 gi n " f 4 I T 7 4. Q5-Y.. . Ei ' 'l' 'il I l r -' 17 E l T 'f ll 2 J ll' f 1" 'A y' f l . .- W 1' El gm h ' salsa 'W' ' ' ,'lfl l X XX 5 15 Q X 'c.fl'i,9 5 hx AU ,N . V . EET K ' WY 'f ""' E. T '37, .L M V, , xl ll A he lm- , 4-T 4,3-vi AE K A lx l 91 l IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO 4525? and Parnslan Cafe de Paras was a bl success th Q atmosphere I 5 OO LA LA NX DAY COSTS FIVE The Magguore snsters go SX Yx through their famous can can routme at the annual Cafe de Parts dance PESOS Rosemary Bachynsku looks self satnsfued as she suts on Julio Lmko m the rollrckmg comedy guven an an assembly program GET HEP GET PEP sf-""" gXlT ff? Marty fHartlmel Leukhordt conducts U E s famous Pep Band ata basketball game 92 Il Il i- f Y Q X Q -vi nv' 7, X ' W' "' -p L X rf' I 4 'Aw' .l , T 'V H' f A .1 S 'I 5 . t 1, , 2' J F T , ' 1 'xt' J ' ' If I I 11 K1 lk jk nl -1, HS , N , Y IM ' ,A ,' ,I 'P Tffv N' gf ' A A A if , 'X if S' 1 . L' l' "xx A 'Y hx XM - . ' qt' xt M- K . Y ' .J- MA t Vs. .K '. 'x,f -'V 1' P i- ff" Q , " ' T t U ' t's tl VX it AJ V Lrvn I ly Lf? lx V A x I J", Vx ,X X Q xl' V W , f ,t . U x b 1 xv . 'tr vp . Nr 1 Y X N. ' ,, ,, ,, K , , -" L X. K ' ' ' A . . . K '.. Q ,J ' P LOOK AT THE BIRD f Mory Rono trnes to persuade the chuldren to look of the comero durmg the onnuol chnld Core Chrnstmos porty THE CORONATION LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ig -C' 5-r S-Q Joon Hnckey looks opprov Vnctor Decker broodcosfs for mgly of her successor Jonet theU ECl'1rustmosconcertwhule Rondesl football queen ond Hol Groves gnves mstructnons Morulyn Frey l952 Moy Prm cess I WAS WALTZING WITH MY DARLING The Chrlstmos formol hughllghted the goy Chrustmos spurlt of U E 93 ll IEII ALE 'Q -1 Y I ' ' ', . s . . V .V Y, I , fl A . . . Q N N i I u ' p ' ,, . A I 'Ax , '. I E IA ' " ll ll ll Il I ,uv v , j 1 1 j I A X! I , . , , - sl - K V , 'A , X, .I I .f K . -. Jwil, , ' . t I - . A ' . . 1 1 Q - I - Il i-.ll C. . SX " . , xx -. ' YVETTE A TENSE SITUATION rf? arse Ferrante a I Kurt Englnsh Joan Kuenzll Yvette slngs In French her Gary Muner and Janet Randesn rendutvon of La Vue En Rose at nnthedrama class play Whlch the Cafe de Pans Way to Boston? THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES O GIVE ME A HOME Time out for a refresher at Gathered about the piano the Chrustmas forrnal are some sophomores who en tertauned upper classmen o unntlatlon day THE ROARING TWENTIES The annual Key Club assembly featured lnfe nn the twentues wlth a lnttle but of the Charleston and razzmatazz 94 P THE QUEEN HER COURT AND FOOTBALL TEAM l952 ff-L Q pn The keynote of the football season was the tradntuonal crowning ofthe queen Here she appears wnth her court and members ofthe football team THAT S A HORSE? I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS -' 3. l -1- A group of chonr members sang at the annual Christmas concert Dennns Wood Rnchord Pratt Shnrley Tntus Barbara Honnsck Marne Ferrante and Dawn Hills accompanust Members of the Tr: Hn look amused at thelr reproductnon of a horse whuch was used at the Tn Hn Carnuval OH TO BE YOUNG AGAIN' i MERRY CHRISTMAS' XJ X J lx, , Mass Pntkun looks touched as The annual HaIlowe'en party the televnsnon set from the stu gnven by chnld care classes, re dent body and faculty ns gnven sulted nn fun for teachers, stu her by Bruno Colapuetro, school dents, children and pruncnpal presldent 95 If ll i I V... M '- ",4.w' '1 i it , ' 'Nm' e WMS M S ' A A - ' ,".' Q , g . - X ' , I 'gh W f, fav., ,hy , A I T1 'Q T' ' ' adv gfllj ' ' A ' . ' -A 3 'Te ' A 1 .Ik 'v ,,, A - . ll I ll II 1 " 14 . Sy ' Qt x Q ,X f-QW var' 15 I 4 .A 1 Qi: up ' 35 T .. 54-.N 5 V-yy 1 , V . g b , Q' O . . g is .Y , . . gl - . . I . b . A . , D ' ' I I Il ll ! ' , , , . II II THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR The cast of the battling mystery The Thirteenth Chair given as the l9'52 senior play includes Anna Apalovich as Helen ONeil Mary Rossi Elizabeth Erskine Joan Hickey Madame La Grange Leonard Havel Roscoe Crosby Shir ley Thomas Mrs Crosby Eugene Pettit Will Crosby Standing Richard Baio Howard Standish Marjorie Van Campen Grace Standish Richard Eldredge Philip Mason William Popelka Sergeant Dunn Catherine Murtari Helen Trent Ber nord Eck Braddish Trent Velma Battaglini Mary Eastwood Thomas Wallisky Edward Wales Michael lannone Doolan Mrs Smith director Daniel Chura Pol lock Lawrence Mandyck Tim Donohue WHAT A LIFE Those cast in the June Senior play by Oliver Goldsmith were Donald Battaglini as Mr Vec chitto Louise Hickey Miss Wheeler Peter Vivona M Patterson Vnctor Decker Mr Bradley Joyce Mandyck Miss l Shea PatrlciaAlrey MissPike Vivian Turrigiano Barbara Pearson Julia Linko Gertie Angela Rizzuto Mrs Aldrich QQ Rosemary Bachynski Miss Johnson Beverly Reinhart Miss Eggleston Kevin Con wicke Mr. Ferguson' Kenneth Becker Henry Aldrich' Wade Clark Bills Gerald King George Bigelow' Robert deVente Mr. Nelson, Student Directors were Donald Muir and Antonio Kou- kides. 96 MISCELLANEOUS O heor my proyer, on earnest one Wherein I osk greot things be done. I osk not for gold nor o king's mighty power, Only for pecce, Iove's coveted flower. 4 :ff gf w,'I.rQ'WlI! xvxfd II , I 7 IF 7-iw ' x IMI I IM I III if I I 'I 'I .zz-1. I, I E 4,7 AE 'I kon 35.2 iw 'Qt- la We fII"'twr Q' Xl! 12 III g I+ f xx 1- +g ian. SS I y I l IIr' I I I Q I .-I-' . ' A I A xl fl A W , X X I' II IIII,'I n " I I ', f 'II , I , I II' s I II I II ' 'I I III I I - -4I I Q lY!4Kl4 ff' 21' I I- I II NI Ik III IA 37 I if I' I ,III IIIII, N ,y I ,ft II 1 f y 4 fl I If I I4 I ZIII41 s r I I A ' 7 ,I I I I A32 '22 ' I , II! 4' If , I I I I I-I ,I , 4. , ,I gr fr II I ,III 31,0 I I II 'III IX I II I I ,fr I y 4 , y ,II , II I In ff' I .I ,,-of 4 I I . f 'I I QI g N ,hui l I' Y - ' I I ,III W 'I II' , . I I III I I3 I 'I I f ' I Iv I 5 I ' I y I II: I I ' ' XX Imlu If f I IIIII II 4 II. Ig I I Mp, I -I ,tl I , 'I ,IIA . . ' IX, :III III II IIIIIBIIII A IV I I 'IIIIVIIIIID1 I I L: 'IEI II' of II I 'N N 'IIIIII 1' W, , n r I' Im IIIII Ii' I", H ' 'Il T' I X V. I! . ' !ir:,,w" 1- I n'N'Iof If II I - I f , I -1 ' S+ I e lg 1 I I X , If , jiiy l ,.71 g-,fp II ILNIIV .I If'.fg"yJ7',I'i'IRIII-', ', 61, A I'v:Iw' mf I 1 K K . II. bl, .1 IIrIQI., i fI'f'3f:7f? f ff If 2 r9XN I l List ,-.Ni o i 'Z xx s S , x 1 X . . 97 ORGANIZED CONFUSION 'S Typical scene between classes HOW ABOUT VASSAR9 WHEN S MY ENGLISH CLASS? I ac my ,f we 1 ft X rm Kurt Englush seeks advice for Mass Mersereau offers some hrs vocatnonal problems from mare helpful advice to Patrucua Mr Agone bays counselor Winters WHAT NOW? CAGED CREATIVE WRITING Willard McCarty Theresa MuchaelTarcha Grace Camp Carlnnl and Anne Fay Casey and Robert deVente examine plead Dont Fence Me In the bulletnn board to get the whale Lawrence Merle appears latest news unconcerned 98 SAFE ANYTHING FOR ART ,,.1l"' had Arnie Colonno beors Jim Fronk Totusko submits to the Forbes fog on thurd rugors of dromo closs moke up TSIST NP' W Sux yearbook workers ore dellghted wnfh the l953 cover ITS ALL YOURS A FARMER HAS TO BE A MECHANIC YOU KNOW! Mr Govan Cullen shakes 5" bonds wnth Ty Cobb os he pre Mr Whute mtroduces the sents hum wuth o movie comero volue of mochmery to has ogrr from the Kuwoms Club culfurol students 99 H H H H X I .. ff' V . 'ES' 'ff V ' , A-. J.. ,:- -'4 aff - ,- ' T "'-- ' L' -fu? , . . II I ll ,f' . i 4 in. E3 Ir 7 T- . ' 3, , if -R ' K ll I ll ll 1 V I . . f' Q I f " l ,. , . I N . "UP TO PAR" Coach Nick DaNunzvo nnstructs Ron Terpak Ron Chubunsky Ed Dunga ana Joe Nestor members of our U E Golf Team QUIET' GENIUSES A E THAT WE MIGHT LIVE Mary Emmons ponnts out the Bryant Wood and ymond name of one of our past stu Tuberu operate the tabulator as dents to Teresa Znmmer San Edward Dnnga Wnlllam Dodge dra Benner and Peter Syl and Teofnl Herlnca supervuse vester ON PARADE bl Keep In step' shouts Clayton Lowe as turmoul reugns In the front Inne IO HAVE YOUR TICKETS READY Raw ATTAINMENT :II be theur s EASY DOES IT After commencement exercises dnplomos f' :ig 5--Li Becker remlnds tons In chemustry Iob Sofety You cont clnmb over the Furst WO THERES WORK TO BE DONE 4.3 Members of the mountenonce stoff Include Mr Vuncent Spntolsky Ernest LoShuer Eltrng Bowen Ross Beemon ond Soro Lloyd Others ore on nnght duty lOl POLITICIANS ALL Bruno Colapuetro Barbara Baltzel Vuctor Decker Edward Bnllk Kevun Con wlcke and Charles Bufchko learn governmental procedures at the All State Con ventlons In 1952 MEDICS I THINK I LL SIGN UP FOR TRACK Our hard workung doctor and Jane Sandwuck adds her nurse Doctor Mallory and Mass name to the lust of track enthul Lesko look over another stu slsts whsle others, want to make dent s record sure they ll loo all rnghf WE CAN EAT IT TOO 6? The boys' homemakung class samples some of theur own handnwork lO2 THE VALIANT RETURN fr' To reploce the mnssung drum LET ME TELL YOU la' 'Kar-vu: Wode Clork Louls Croc: ond Robert Rosemuer talk things over os Wlllucm lvon ond Fronk Totusko open their lockers FASCINATING WORK Alg Ji-X Mit ' ,Q 'E corps these olumnu carry on PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT l 1 'P 'Q NQLTS S. N Dorlo Muller Agnes Borno ond Shirley Vollone prepore for thenr future work os secretornes Mr Becker s shop boys exhnbnt perfect concentration IOS Il ll -- ,, Q ff I .. A' I ,-','j.,,. ir.: 5. A 3- I- .'.- ..A ,Q-1' 1 E . 3, 4 A2 eff vi- V214 f J -A -fc-'fe 1,1 ' . , l , 36 i e 1 Q P Q . ,, r . . , 1-in we : V l . 5 E ' - 1' E. i . a:'l6J?-' I 'I f,- -I , A 5, 1 .ei , jf: fl . , Lx'-Y ,-V. ll ll Il II K4 p L V I T' A .WE "Y I I T - I V f I 7 I '7 ,. I H 'W - l I R" lr ll l f ffl l S " ' ' l ' 'll 5 5 I 2-' l V3 'Q ilil fl ll l - lsr , I .jf , - l A . E -N, K, RA K n an lllllr L W A . V . I , N 'ax ,'1-5:3114- .w , L 1 , kv I 5? ' A 1- -',r L j ' ' A ' K V .,,' Y Q M T ' V 3 ' xi ,, 2, ".--: V, is L' M A ,f,1+'2'24 , A 1- N. -J , , Q + A p , A -1 I V 413 V v ..1,t.,,, ,A ' !7F"t" M Z T , ' , T, 3 "' l A , It . , '5 if , rj . I ft ,q t ' L ll ll l H MMM Barbara Sulway casts a last look upon a drawnng un Doc Turver s bnology laboratory GIVE A CHEER TO THE VICTOR THE SPOILS Here are the gals who Phvlup Forde Lawrence Doran and Hughlatae Conklln re gard wutl-1 prude some of U E s trophies WHAT S NEW? F' uf K Mr Paolucc: and Mr Wood lead the cheer for the tornado ruff look over theur mall .f l rooters IS EVERYBODY HERE? cf' Betty Worster Carolyn Begeal gym class roll WIC Ti lone Ramer check thesr U ll I ll ll ll , 5, Ni- ' J l f g fr- ' - li A V K. .N 1 , Q, "' ' ' ' ll ll I ' F , . . , 1 ll ll A ll I ll . , X3 5 I . 'V Q I is 'V ap ,t ' ' ' I V ' . . YA Y , him Q ,X . C Y l l llivh l N It ' ' 1 lll - ' W: ' ' . - , 1- T- A 1 I 2 3 . L - i U 1: X - ., ,ix ,L , M1 ,, ,, on 2 , A r' ' " J - -Q ' J 41 1 I Sl I 1 Of I . 1 ' l l '. 'Q Al ' 'll 11 1 ' .1 P - y- . , , . A - yy? 5 E A 1 T A I l 'l N 4 , , X ' , M . E V' -T f L ' - LOOKS LIKE NEW Pa 9f'1?FRQ1aElI Members of the Key Club THE COST OF TRANSPORTATION' Glenda Standlsh and Duane use elbow grease as they work Pennell purchase theur bus to add money to the treasury tokens from Mass Bralnerd WHAT CAN I DO EOR YOU? DID I DO IT WRONG? wif' .V-J? bv Mrs Roberts peers nnquusn John Cullen looks puzzled as tlvely at Carlos Evangelnstl as he works on an expersment In Mary Ann Russell sugns for a physlcs lab book SKILLEUL HANDS CREATE rf' i ,L Artnstuc concentratnon certannly proved of value to Rembrandt Wull nt prove true an the case of these young artnstsp IOS "THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH" Mike Koban quenches his thirst as Steve Lisak waits pa- tiently. "WHERE'S DR. KRUM'S OFFICE?" Robert Clune pauses at the A-.... K information desk to seek the advice of Beatrice Ripic IN DUSTRIALISTS OF TOMORROW Everyone appears hard at work under the guiding eye of Mr Woodruff CONGRATULATIONS CO CAPTAINS' AI Paparella smiles proudly as he shakes the hands of his successors Bob Daglio and Joe Barbara SAY IT THIS WAY Marie Ferrante shows co reporters to the Sunday Press Barbara Bilek Matthew Ricci ardi and John Buchek how to 'Q I handle the material. IO6 lem IQ X4 ' ,VN -N 5 "TWO, PLEASE" Marie Ferrante and Anthony DeBenedittis purchase their tickets from Hughlafoe Conk- lin forthe Thanksgiving Night Dance. "FROM ONE FORBES TO ANOTHER" John Hudanich looks on as James Forbes receives from his father the Triple Cities Base- ball Trophy for l952. THIS IS WHAT I M AFTER Suzanne Mersereau and Shirley Palo look at a brochure of Alfred University after having heard Miss Minnie Wolcott Mr William O Conner and Martha Bell a student nurse speak THE ELECTED Representing our student body at the semi annual South ern Tier Student Government Conference were these repre sentatives IRow onel Nancy Barnes Mariorie Moore Ther esa Monace Joan Meeker Joyce English lRow twol Rob ert deVente Bruno Colapietro Charles Butchko IRow threel Victor Decker William Ivan WATCH YOUR FINGERS' Mr Norris shows John Krec zko how to handle his proiect IO7 "ON-OLD U-EAON-OLD U-E" Cheerleading candidates get theur chance to prove abnlltues GOODBY MRS MACK .Ag l Mrs Mack Ryan says good by at a faculty tea as she pre FOR A JOB WELL DONE MAI Harold Ty Cobb presents the Most Improved Football pores to yarn her husband un Player award to Kevin Con Austrua wlcke u s l llluhllll s l 'llllllfl QRI- The lnbrary appears calm and serene as Mass Suck oversees WINNERS Sl! i Mr Becker ond Mr Norrus vndustrnol orts Instructors show off thenr Ford Industruol Arts Contest Wlnners Edword Moss Tom Durgolo Jock Lombert lcloumnng on honoroble mentnon oword of S20 forhus brother Dovndl Glno Rorno ond Chorles Brezok Iolso o ploce oword wnnnerl AMBASSADOR OF GOOD WILL CONGRATULATIONS MR PRESIDENT Peter Mnstretto 0 former ent tells of hs trap Europe os our Cornmunuty Arn bossodor MORE WINNERS John Hudonuch offers ns congrotulotuons to Bruno ns successor an offuce fttfrflff.. il ,. . 1 J' rl hx. :i'!i,'wz'lgmf i'rii?Zl51..l Mr Klett ond Mr Longwell ore proud of their Ford lndustruol Arts oword winners, Robert Bobuko, wnnner ot o notuonol fnrst ploce SIOO oword, Robert deVente, John Lornerd, Wode Clork, Muchoel Torcho ond Wullnom Doyton, ploce oword ISZOI winners lO9 is ' .. f v J, T ' 4 A- .r T" . 5 , igfkxn LK, N' l ll, - 2 f 'Fi 3 E , 2 x ' 1 . S ,A K 4 -sz g , ' el 2 "1 .C i I . I . H stud , I to ' , h' ll ll f: - Y - Y I rj.4 , Y.. ' 4 -2 . "MEOW" Even the Trger moscots sound forth for the wlnnang feorn when held by the cheerleaders FOUR YEARS THE ACHIEVEMENT REWARD A X Lost yeors pnonnsf for the Choar Irene Lozewsks clonrns PreSIdeI'1fOffl'1e boord MGX one of the Anon Awqrdg C0 well Clouse gives Helen Brewer wnnners were Lewus Morrow her drplomo ond Eugene Gonzolez REALLY I WAS SICK' 'FW x Mr Woodord ond Mrs Cobb olwoys hove to know the truth Vrncent Deroco ond Vlrgunuo Huyck fund out llO H 1, H H n ' f I .E 'TT 'V 1 I nf A Q I Q , I , , . I I f . A I H H , . l J , -4. .xi C. P X ' R -, a " ' . .VI .. 4. E . V. e qi A , r' x if Af." - . . I os FRIENDLY RIVALS Amerncan Leguon Award candidates tor I952 are Lewas Morrow Delores Munn: John I-Iudanach Vuncer1tPuccnano Phnlup Audmo and James Forbes WHERE S THAT CONDENSER - LITTLE ANGELS A Y-J -ffxatsn-5 Murray Shapxro Sherul Koon Barbara Ash Nancy Holland and James Florsnu check theur and Janet Reeve wonder If chu! progects In raduo shop dren are always luke thus ITS A QUARTER INCI-I LINE xv' Robert Gordon checks has compass whnle the Industrial Arts class works dulngently on one of nts drawings III IS THAT ALL7 9b -u: E Mr Richardson smnles as he reaches down In hrs pocket for change CITIZENSHIP PAYS DIVIDENDS WRONG NUMBER' 'SH James Forbes the l952 wan Barbara Custer Joyce Man ner of the Amerlcan Leguon dyck and Joy Phelps fund that Award for Cltlzenshup wuth the pay phone comes un handy Lewus Morrow a close second for the award gaze at the plaque and the place for Forbes name IS THIS WHAT YOU HAVE TO OFFER? 3 Cafhleen Cahull Beverly Wylam and AI Papparella ask Mr John Hafer per tunent questuons about Syracuse Unlverslty ll2 Il ll lr:-alum , 6 I I N T, I ' kj ' fa ' S . 4 ' K I I I , Q 1 - 'vc 1 ' " if I q , ' I c , I ABL- 11' 1:1 . 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I I in f. , ss .f f ' -- I , Mrs Dorus Andersen YEARBOOK ADVISERS GENERAL ADVISER ADVERTISING CIRCULATION PHOTOGRAPHY ART SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS Mrs Wallace Fnnch Muss Frederuca HoIIIster Mlss Vuvran Steele Mr John Woodruff Mrs Theodore Larnhart Mr Danuel Andersen Mlss Betty Wyke SOPHOMORE CLASS Mr Eugene CamadeIIo FRESI-IMAN CLASS Mr Paul McCormack THESAURUS GENERAL STAFF T1 CO EDITORS Victor Decker Marne Ferrante ASSOCIATE SENIOR EDITORS Patrncna Adams Barbara Baltzel Charles Butchko Bruno Colopuetro Kevun Conwrcke Vrctor Decker Robert deVente MorIe Ferrante VITQIHIG Huyck Camulle Maggeore Suzanne Mersereau Sue Pork hurst Joan Platt Angelo Rnzzuto Lucy SICR Absent from pIcture Hughlafae Conklun ASSOCIATE JUNIOR EDITORS Sondra Belo Paulo Bochnak Sondra Chura AnIta Dobon Robert Hultslander Borbora LoBeIIe Potrrcro Nestor Acton Ostlmg Barbara Phulllps Rose Morne PItorra Absent from pIcture Marlarne Moore ASSOCIATED SOPHOMORE EDITORS POTFICIO Brown Nancy MoIowIcky Susan Murray Corol Spangenburg Borboro Welch ASSOCIATED FRESHMAN EDITORS Robert Humphreys Dovrd Stevens ART STAFF OF YEARBOOK Lawrence French Joan Meeker Theresa Mousuo Jack Pangburn Rob ert Pewterbough Chester ProsInskI Lawrence Rrce II3 - I' ,-. 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I I - X A . , , I I .X ' I CIRCULATION STAFF Fnrst row Patncla Hopko Ruta Lenka Marne Rotondu Margaret Safford JuIana Lucas Joanne Stage Joyce Kuser Jane Black Second row Marne Catuccu Nancy Sawucku Anuta Dobon Dolores Swagler Robert Cappellett Andrew Hospodor Robert deVente Margaret Baber Carolyn Petrak Mary Jane Brhel Beverly Scudder Thurd row Fan Mau Quon Carolyn Vncunus Frances Iannl Geraldune Buondu Eva Duxon TYPING STAFF Barbara Barton Theresa Carlin: Joan Hanns Margaret Hudcovuch Emnly Ko tasek Martha Robunson Josephune Scanlon Emelza Zrernba POSTER AND ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE l I Fnrsf row Sharon Dobrovolsky Albuna Coccetrn, James Ellus, Rosemary Bachynsk- Dowd MCMOHUS Bessie Cook Gay Rought Second row Patrncna Gyleg Daralyn Davus Mary Cheeverg lone Romer Glorua Malowncky Shurley Barnes, Dorothea Pntarra II4 ,, ' - . . 3 J .K 9 -. 5 - 1 fv I I - . V I I Y I- - - - - I , .- I ., . ' Q ' I w. - . . . 4 ""01 1 3' : 7 .. A. - . 4, ' D ' 4 s Q - - - 1 I .1 -., ' ' , , . , t " I . , . ' V I I I I I , . ' I I I I I ' I I I I ' ' I I I I ' , , I I ' I 1 , . 3 '3 " - , C , , 5 . 5 hi. 3 K ADVERTISEMENTS Industry rates mention today Because of betterment brought our way By a happy ambitious people s labor We have the gadgets the ease we favor 333 f 3 1-v"' E it-fh'h ,ng li 3 t -1. V: .fl -'sv 1 'Er-4. isp 115 I ' ' I I I ,e2""w'9' -- Arg'-f - if be - 5- i , 5 li-g 1 . .. ' 17-ii ' 3 'VN "f U " . . . E' : .0 fp , . V, 'Eu K. 6 hy- X li i . 72 E f 'SX E ' 'io F , -' . T ' E' Q 5 li ' 1 1 tg x 1' T- 1 ' WS 'Q f' r - 5 J U1 w ' .e B 'I' :V . - A fi'-1 T 7' Y , " " 4 I -.1 is . .2 :".:, Q I I 4 , ' rsrv, , , 5 rf V A ., 7 . V-U ' :IP 1 3.7.1 -V LEW- , , . ..,, HV, 4.n...,, my A , , Vi ' ' F 2 . :lib wfgax 5 1, N- f f Q r X . ..:-19 4: f , ,r ' - . ' - .. .. .X N: full! xg ., 5. , JT, l 6, r 5 - Q iz - ' , ,,. -fff' f of Q. ., .V QV' ', . 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'-L -Q - , if - ., -'fast' ,mi , P f 1 if -1 'fy I 5 ' 42+-5 ' ' I I O , . 5 n u venue You are b congratulated on the suc essf com i n i ur u ation , We of your local banks extend to you our sin cere wishes for a promising fu ure. ne - 7 I3l STATE SANDWICH SHOPPE COMPLIMENTS MODERN DRESS SHOP EstM ENDICOTT NEW YORK MARS DRUGS or ENDWELL WARNER BROS AGENCY Insurance P o 81 4 tt Prompt and Courteous Service T P g C O M P L I M E N T S MODERN HOME DECORATORS Congratulations JOELS MILLINERY wALLP,eIIPII:IIzoIr5I PAINT zewiigiofx EM i 57 CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATION CLASS OF 1953 STRAND and EIVIN THEATRES 132 . I7 1 o.,,4L. Q14 i of 108 a ain Street Ti' Endicott Trust Building I h ne - 53 Endico ,New Yo Dorr W. Warner - Ralph J. Warner he ro ressive Store for of as in n venue IO-4 . ain St. 1Nexf to Bankl, Endico f, N Richard E. Ludwig, Prop. Phone - 931 tothe ENDWELL RUG CO INC Bring your phofogrophy problems THE ENDICOTT CAMERA SHOP EVERYTHING RELIABLE IN PHOTOGRAPHY EQUIPMENT LAMB S ICE CREAM 3 COMPLIMENTS BEN HANSON CHEVROLET INC GatAe e Endcott Ne Yo k COMPLIMENTS BAKER S DRESS SHOP WV In EDWARDS CONTRACTOR RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL Bm INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 3108 LAWNDALE STREET ENDICOTT NEW YORK ENDICOTT FLORIST H6 Woshnngton Avenue ENDICOTT NEW YORK Telephone 5 0221 of , . r n v nu i , w r to of 33 Washington Avenue phone 5-5571 II5 West Main Street Union District 'W Y I O I - O PHONE 5-3911 I I33 BULMAN MOTORS DeSoto Plymouth 403 North Nont coke Avenue Un on D struct ENDICOTT NEW YORK MICHAEL S 5c to S100 STORE 33OI Eost Mo n Street ENDWELL NEW YORK WALTER R MILLER CO INC Stotaoners I7O Woshlngton St IZI Stote St BINGHAMTON NEW YORK ELMER ANGEVINE AGENCY Incorporated COMPLETE Reol Estote ond Insuronce SERVICE Phone 8 I 529 SEELYS ICE CREAM 3233 Eost Moun Street ENDWELL NEW YORK WALLACE DRUG STORE I2 wAsHlNGToN AVENUE IN ENDICOTT Stnce 1923 COMPLIMENTS UNION VARIETY I 28 West Moun Street Best B thdoy ond RYE W K wedd ng BREAD CAKES CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Woshungton Avenue Phone 5 O99I -4 1 I I I ' i ' I45 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK I L L B gf E A lr i D E N R E Y 8 ' . C OM P L I M E N T S CONGRATULATIONS CLASS or 1951 INCORPORATED Bmghomton New York 2 6 WASHINGTON AVENUE I 3 cluumnu. surnv co. ' VU ' How s vour appehte? SUTTON PHARMACY d L S tto c s I E tM ENDWELL NEW YORK CongratuIat1ons TU RRIGIANO AND SON GROCERIES Sq A e 5 3495 SERVING U E STUDENTS AND GRADS For Over 25 Years KIlne's ENDICOTTS MEN S AND BOYS SHOP CROWE S AGENCY Insurance 614N0rhsf 1 1315491 END1CoTT NEW YORK THE GIRLS CENTER Infant Clothes through teens stM P 57 4 COM P L 1 M E N TS ENDICOTT SHOE COMPANY Home of Qualuty Footwear W h gt J h W Ch pp WHERE THE NICEST KIDS IN ENDICOTT EAT ames D1ner IZO Washnngton Ave Richar . u n, Pharma I t 323 as ain Street o I28 uires v nue - -l "INSURE Today . , . BE SURE Tomorrow" 1 I r ree ia - 7 I I I9 We ain Street hone - 96 of J I ' 25 as in on Ave, 0 n , i er, Mgr. , I36 BRINK INSURANCE for all your Insurance Co aP li WM YOUR HEALTH 3500 East Mann St D a 5 7657 , IN BUSINESS FU , PHONE 5 043' ENDWELL NEW YORK Gnrls Luke to Soy IT CAME FROM jd' "' Xl 'I5 Washmgton Ave Endlcott N KEN S SHOES I O6 Wash ngton Avenue ENDICOTT NEW YORK Phone 5 549l COMPLIMENTS of H E N RY S Enducott's Leading Jeweler 7 1OI W MAIN STREET ENDICOTT N Y STONE S STATIONERY 2 Wash ngto Avenue Dual 5 625l ENDICOTT NEW YORK SCHOOL SUPPLIES JO DON CHILDREN S SHOPPE 3303 East Ma n Street ENDWELL NEW YORK Mrs John Coyle Proprnetress ALEXANDER S CONFECTIONERY l 03 West Mann Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK P.J. lell , h.G. ' ' , il- --5'3 " 1 l n ' - ' . ' , .Y. 7 - i i HAMMONDS FLORIST 2605 East Main Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK AVENUE RESTAURANT I OI Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Frank Ferris, Jr. Phone 5-9673 F HAMLIN INC PharmacIst 30W h gt ENDICOTT NEW YORK 5 SI90 5 7441 NORRIS H DANN Your Insurance Man End coft Trust Bulldlng ENDICOTT NEW YORK ELKS BAKE SHOP WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone 5 2051 PENNY WISE YOUTH CENTER I4 Washmgton Avenue Enducott N Y CHILDREN 5 AND JUNIOR S Wearlng Apparel H A R D W A R E C O 4WashIngton Avenue ENDICOTT NEW YORK WEDDINGS PARTIES 1 E Engagements Announcements HARRINGTON S STUDIO Phones 5 3357 5 8623 5 4737 E Mom Street Endncott N 1 u I Q . . . . . . ,, ,, 28- os in on Ave. , 1 I I Phones - - - I IIO I I lf, I Ig E E. E. INDERLIED ,s . I IQ.: f It-, ,f -T' T ' . A r 'E 1 9II . ' ' , .Y. I3S H I L K I N S ...JswsLERs... 46 Washnngton Avenue ENDICOTT NEW YORK OFFICE EQUIPMENT That WORKS . . . for You THE CAY co. 9 Washington Avenue Phone 5 272l Endicott New York SMITH CORONA PORTABLES TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED ADVERTISING STAFF 5-1 .fb First row Dorolyn Da us Margaret Drlscoll Donald Alamo Nancy Sa ck Mchael Berne Mary Chee ers Jula o Lucas Second o Audrey Christ ansen Ma ga et Babe Dana Ba ton Gloro Mala cky Da Ia Malle G ace Camp Kather ne Clune Thurd ow Beverly Wylam Debbe Smmonds Sh Iey Crane Ma go et Do o an Maureen Coleman Morflne Mafchell Bessne Cook I39 FAREWELL Farewell we say to hugh school days Whnch knew of sadness joy and prause Though cannons bellowed and young m n dled In far off places we hold wnth prlde The thought of those who loaned the fught To brlng us peace guard freedom s lnght Peace us born not of rnanlqlnd but of God Peace IS happmess success lflSfUlfIllI'T16I'1l' But lt bears o challenge as well To obtaln lt as an end must meet It understandnngly Apathy and neglect have no place toundatnon Slncerlty honesty perseverance are nts cornerstones The trme has come as well It mnght to open a door to cross a threshold We are at that point we are the tomorrow the generation to bulld the future The challenge us ours to bear P' r "' 4 iilihmalhu payiglmk MW-w MONTAGES FACULTY AND SENIOR PICTURES Gordon S Studio GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHER Stacy Harrmgton STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER John Malla PRINTERS Frank A West Co lnc l-40 , . 9 . , , . , , A , I . , I we A ' . in its . , , . 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