Union Endicott High School - Thesaurus Yearbook (Endicott, NY)

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Faculty ....................... ,. .......,.,.,....... .. Seniors and Underclassmen .... .. TF l 3 4 5 15 Music ..................,........v....... .. 449 Organizations ..,... ,.... Entertainment ....., ...T . Athletics ........... ..... Miscellaneous ......... ,.... Snapshots .................. ,..,, Advisers and Staffs ,...... ...., Advertising ....,........ A,,,, Farewell ,,,,,,A.., 2 6l 73 79 93 IO7 ll3 ll5 141 MEMORIES ' Great philosophers have said that each fleeting moment of time speeds by us so swiftly that "there is no present, no now." Even so, our high school days have slipped into the past. Now, in June l954, we realize that they are but vivid memories. So, when, like the Bard of Avon, we retreat to "sessions of sweet silent thought," and summon up "remembrance of things past," our book of memories will open before us, land our high school days will pass in review. They will always be a cherished part ot ogy lives to be treasured as priceless gems "'lefv'W ,ljisli ll! l e All to myself l hold and know 1 ,V 4 All of the days of long ago -- W iQf?', X A f ,lay P I 1 , Wonderful days when you and l k ,, Aw, Qifieecbgiv If J 4 ,f , Owned all the sunshine in the sky: ""f'Ke,h3 ,N X. 'l6.fV , ' , A . 5, 1 2 l The days come back as the old days will, 'i D?" 'ff , , x And I keep their tingle and their thrill 751, gg 141 Q 0 H2-eff, P' -, -in ' All to myself, , :fue .I , , , 1 A , 5 -, . . . e l ee--ef ' -7- J' , E Wilbur Dick Nesblt ,. ,T I ff if e ,,, ff? A x""f4, -- A if Lk 'c' QX l "E:-9 ,X .,,, 'L-71 W gd, ..X-sf-wxoQeLa,eo.xf'i k 3 , l BOARD OF EDUCATION 1 1 , ..,,, l 4 lx .,. l v . W ia.. 'I 'tif :, L 'F Q :.,g3,ff'l.. f'f. N f . we .- W 1'-ff. K . if ,, iwiirgxgl ' X. as K X y 5 X .. -,., xxskv:-X .43 'le' W-A' -Q11 5' f Seated: Mrs. Anthony Christinag Mr, J. Maxwell Clause, presidentg Mr. George H. Nichols. Standing: Mr. Carroll Waterman, Mr. William Davison. THE SECRETARIAL STAFF Seated: Mrs, Helen Cobb. Standing: Mrs. Georgia Bolton, Miss Raymeta Chaffee, Miss Julia Petrak, Mrs. Belle Barney. Seated at desk: Miss Jessie Brainerd. 4 PURCHASING AGENT AND SECRETARY M 1 Mr. Howard Meeker and Mrs. Elsie Nystrom 'K N X FACULTY . hff I I V K. 5 h ld y hooldoygdeofoldg Id ule do'X's'Qf'L-1-X? R d d f' d th f , - T9 th lffhhkyfk Ei -,Rik ii. bQFPeY7fYU5s D"""'i"' A 4- + ed-YS X6 ehvowfies KWPMALW R -wk 4' d-444 ' ' I GTZ? oak if L"".' q.q., Q ' ,qi W I X 5" x I I f ef X' Q N ' ff 2 X fe- I E P X X X Y -lqf , SX Q X ' . Z "ix, 'Q Y 32 Tiff! Z X if X xx ' 3451 ' E J x ,XX ' gb 1 i 5,0697 Yu. ,,f ji, fx X X, f R P -pasvi-v"K E I3 x 5 ,welg MEMORIES OF HIGH SCHOOL DAYS Trying to record the most meaningful memories of one's high school days becomes increasingly difficult as the years pass by and other pleasant memories crowd in upon the mind. However, these things I do remem- ber clearly: My first day in high school, the genuine affection which I had for all of my teachers, even though I liked some better than others, playing in my first football game, my first attempt to write poetry and the teacher who encouraged me to try, the senior play and the senior banquet, and graduation night. I can also remember most of my classmates, and occasionally I look at my class picture to renew old acquaintances. However, there is one classmate whom I remember above all others. She is my wife. WM. J. KRUM, JR. MISS MARY L. PITKIN Principal New York State Teachers College at Albany, A.B. Columbia University MEMORIES Memories are based upon our life experi- ences. Many of these experiences seem pleas- anter as time goes on. However, time cannot erase all unpleasant memories. So it is with our high school memories- some will be pleasant, others not so pleasant. We should strive as we go through high school to do those things which will leave pleasant memories-to make lasting and worth-while friendships, to try to get the most out of our school work, to build o good character and a healthy body. Thus we will have pleasanter memories and less regrets. DEWITT S. WOODARD 'TYKH ii ' i'T' W' ' DR. WILLIAM J. KRUM, JR. Superintendent of Schools Hamilton College, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. Columbia University, Ed.D. MEMORIES In September l95I, some four hundred bright-eyed teenagers came to U. E. Much was the bustling, the laughter with making new friends and the dismay with lost schedule cards and with rooms that seemed to have changed location overnight. The following year, this some group became more independent in the use of study time, more active in participation of sports, music and student government. As the senior year started, designs for the future began to take more definite shape. Some were making plans for continued school- ing, some were preparing for industry, some had thoughts of homemaking, and others had in mind, service for their country. Now that you, the members of the class of l954, join the ranks of the alumni of U. E. H. S., may your treasure chest contain the roots, the ideals, the tools, and the knowledge from your three years at U. E. that will aid you in being a true member of society. MARY L. PITKIN MR. DEWITT WOODARD Associate Principal St. Lawrence University, B.A. New York State Teachers College at Albany, M.A. MRS. RUTH COLES ADAMEK New York State Teachers College at Cqrtland, B.S. Girls' Physical Education Department Leaders' Club Adviserg in charge of Junior and Senior Intramural Sports MRS. DORIS AN DERSEN New York State College for Teachers at Albany B.A., M. K English Departme A i er for Z MISS ELIZABETH A. BROOKINS S racuse Universit A.B. M.A. Y . . Y' f Citizenship Education MISS ALENE ALDERSON New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. University of Michigan, M.A. English Department Commencement Work on Diplomas MR. CLARENCE BERRY New York State Teachers College at Potsdam Driver Training and Education FACULTY 7 MR. ROBERT D. AGONE New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B., M.A. Guidance Departmentg Boys' Counselor MR. DANIEL ANDERSEN Union Collegef B.S. Columbia University Mathematics Department ln charge of Senior Section of Yearbook MR. CLARENCE J. BECKER New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo Industrial Arts Department MR. PAUL C. BRADT New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Director of Adult Education Guidance Department and MISS MADELEINE BURNS New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S. Girls' Physical Education Department Junior Leaders' Club Adviserg in charge of Girls' Intramural Program ..- ,lj vm .JJ MRS. MYRA D. CARMAN New York State Teachers College at Cortland Latin and English Departments MRS. MILDRED A. CALLAHAN New York University, B.S. University of New Hampshire Music Department MISS M. CLARA COVENEY Teachers College at Columbia University, B.S. Head of Homemaking Department Adviser of Friendship Club ' .21 I 581. 415--:k,,.. iv MRS. LEAH CROSSMAN X New York State Teachers x ' I. College at Plattsburg Commercial Department r I' 'I fx we I I 733 K , tf,,- his MR. D. BRUCE ELLIS Syracuse University, A.B. New York State College tor Teachers at Albany, M.A. Citizenship Education FAC ULTY 8 MR. HAROLD V. COBB University of Maine, A.B. Physical Education Supervisor tor the Endicott Public Schools Head Coach of Football and Baseball MRS. ANNE F. DODGE Mansfield State Teachers College, B.S. Syracuse University, M.A. English Department MR. EUGENE M. CAMADELLA St. Bonaventure University, B.A. English Department Adviser to Cheerleaders, Adviser for Junior Page of Yearbook MR. CLIFFORD N. CROOKS New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B.A. University of Pennsylvania, M.A. Citizenship Education Student Council Adviser I MISS RUTH ESTY William Smith College, B.A. Syracuse University English Department MRS. EDNA A. FINCH Cornell University, A.B. English Department Yearbook General Adviser, Creative Writing Club Sponsor Head of English Department MRS. FAITH A. GOSS New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. Homemaking Department MISS FREDERICA HOLLISTER Cornell University, A.B. Latin Department Advertising Adviser for "Thesaurus" Senior Latin Club Sponsor MRS. ISABELLE K. FRIDERICH D'Youville College, B.A. Mathematics Department Commencement Work MRS. MARJORIE F. HESS Rochester Business Institute Columbia University Syracuse University Commercial Department ' .... k i.: I 1. if A,,,, - - ff' FACULTY MR. GEORGE A. FORBES L Niagara University, B.S. " -. Science Department -if . .. ',i f Ettt MR, WILLIAM L. HATSELL 7 Hobart College, B.A. Syracuse University, M.A. Citizenship Education Commercial Department MRS. RUTH M. HUGHES Houghton College, B.S. New York University Music Department Director of U-E Choir and Girls' Glee Club 9 MR. ROLAND C. FRIDERICH Ithaca College,AB.S. Physical Education Department Coach for Basketball MISS DOROTHY HILL Bryant College, B.S. New York State College for Teachers at Albany, M.S, Commerci l Department 555,147 W I A FACULTY MR. RICHARD Z. KLETT Syracuse University, B.S. Cornell University Technical Department Technical Club Adviser Chairman of Kiwanis Key Club Committee , Supervisor of Technical Department MR. CHARLES P. KASKEY New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S., M.S. Driver Education and Training MlSS RUTH l, KNISKERN New York University, B.S. New York State Teachers College at Plattsburg Commercial Department Commercial Club Adviser Head of Commercial Department MR. JAMES N. LONGWELL State University of New York, lndustrial Training Technical Department MRS. ESTHER L. LAINHART New York State Teachers College at Cortland Art Department Adviser of Art Staff of Yearbook Art Adviser for School Posters MRS. SYLVIA KAYE Simmons College, B.S. Homemaking Department MISS RUTH LAWRENCE University ot Rochester, A,B, Syracuse University and Harpur College English Department Adviser for Circulation Staff of "Thesaurus" MR. PAUL J. MCCORMACK Niagara University, B.A. Fordham University, M.S. English Department Citizenship Education Adviser for Boys' Bowling , . MISS MARGARET McDOUGALL New York State Teachers College at Oneonta Syracuse University, B.S. Mathematics Department IO MISS ALTA M. MCLEAN Syracuse University, A.B. Citizenship Education '-'yYx,"'YVXQgl4g,v, MISS JANET MEALY Skidmore College, B.A. Wellesley College, M.A. l'Universite de Paris Modern Language Department French Club Adviser MR. EDGAR S. MULHOLLEN University of Pittsburgh, A.B. New York University, M.A. Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools Supervisor of Secondary Education FACULTY W, , ,ww MISS GLADYS L. MERSEREAU New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B.A. New York University, M.A. Sorbonne in Paris Guidance Department, Girls' Counselor Tri-Hi Club Adviser MR. RUSSELL E. NORRIS New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo Supervisor of Industrial Arts Department MRS. MARJORIE L. O'HORA New York State Teachers College at Plattsburg Commercial Department MR, THOMAS D. PAOLUCCI New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. University of Buffalo, M.A. Industrial Arts Department Director of Audio-Visual Aids Department Chairman of In-Service Training Group-Audio Visual Aids Chairman of Parent Teachers Open House Committee MR. ACTON E. OSTLING Ithaca College Director of Music Department in the Endicott Public Schools Director of Concert Band MR. C, BURDETTE PARKHURST Springfield College, B.P.E. Physical Education Department Track Coach Assistant Football Coach MR. VITO N. POPELKA University of Notre Dame, B.S. Syracuse University and Columbia University Science Department Guidance Department Library Assistant Assistant Coach for Football, Track, and Basketball ll MRS. ANNE MARIE PROC New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B.A. English Department .n f I v-- -7- - vw ----f '---r - MR. DAVID E. ROBBINS Houghton College, B.A. Syracuse University, M.A. University of Illinois Citizenship Education MR. BRUCE SANFORD Ithaca College, B.S. English Department FACULTY MISS ELIZABETH M. RASMUSSEN New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. English Department MRS. GLADYS A. ROTH New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. Commercial Department In charge of "Thesaurus" Typing MR. JEFFERS D. RICHARDSON Syracuse University, B.S. New York State College for Teachers at Albany Commercial Department Senior Play Ticket Sale Cap and Gown Committee MR. JOSEPH F. Rossie Syracuse University New York State Teachers f in .M-,I W' K College at Cortland - Industrial Arts Department 1 ,ff 3 'riiQ:'- ',i 5 ai - MR. MACK RYAN X Colgate University, B.A. 7 Y, Columbia University, M.A. 5 2, ,-" Citizenship Education I' , Qi MR. R. CRAWFORD STAI-IL Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, B.M. Instrumental Music Department Director of Orchestra, Marching Band, and B Band I2 MISS ADONA R. SICK New York University, B.S., M.A. Librarian Library Club Adviser MISS MARCIA L. STONE Cornell University, B.S. Syracuse University, M.A. Mathematics Department Assisting with the Senior Page of the Yearbook MISS RUTH H. STONE Syracuse University, B.S., M.S. Supervisor of Home Economics MR. CHARLES H. TURVER Lawrence College, A.B. University of Rochester, M.S. Science Department Biology Honors Seminar Adviser MR. DOMINIC VERGONA New York State Teachers College at Oswego, B.S. Industrial Arts Department MR. EGBERT A. THURBER Hartwick College, A.B. New York State College for Teachers at Albany, M.A. Citizenship Education Key Club Adviser MRS. MAUDE C. VARTULI New York State Teachers College at Plattsburg, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Homemaking Department Junior Red Cross Adviser G, dwfiiiv' FACULTY i 3 7 7 ,,,-,, MISS MABEL STON HAM Alfred University, B.S. Science Department MISS ANNA TRAINOR New York State Teachers College at Plattsburg Commercial Department Assisting with "Thesaurus" Typing MR. FRANK UVANNI Syracuse University, B.S., M.S. Supervisor of Speech Correction in the Endicott Public Schools A V. ' iff MISS MAE E. VAUGHN L ,, N nf Syracuse University, A.B. 'U' '. Science Department 5' .a z-5 ihl- 1 ,"'vHi,,Q ., l' ,O N, MISS ELEANOR A. VOGELGSANG Syracuse University, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. English Department Assembly Committee Adviser '- "' 'YW' 'sa' ' -'-1-V' 5 MR. JOHN M. WOODRUFF New York State Teachers College at Oswego Technical Department Technical Club Adviser Assisting with the Pictures for the Yearbook MR, HENRY C. WHITE Syracuse University, B.S. St. Lawrence University, M.E. Agriculture Department Adviser to Future Farmers of America N if MRS. ULRICA J. WOOD Mathematics Department MR. CARL ZONIO New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. Syracuse University, M.A. Modern Language Department Adviser to Spanish and Italian Clubs x ff ix f XX N f X X Y X L ' - 1 ' ' g., Q - Pg I '31,-,.-3 I ,v--- ' ' V.. .5'LT'-Fw l u-.,.,1:l'iLZ'!'s.-A . .g - , Z ,"i21:' ,se.,sT'X' A 'L1,'1'L1'.'L' .Ms-c. ' :'j..:::3iI""'1"'Y"""f'- fe, A-1' V 1- :- -MT :iff TD- " 'I ' ,.' " """"'.'l .L T . V--L 5 Y- i ee- - qw1" "" 'n-HX. we-if-'iiif-T-'Zigi-'4L,T.:lli.i 1: T. - A -ssh V ' . p l! Y ,gl-3-n,, ' Mgt , , mmuiwn T---'R 5- ' . C4121-1 . , f f . , 'li ,5-eo-0vvuu.i..,..-i x-4 'gzef "'-FLT-.1--155 4- 545+ T' ' a5vf" "'9i" '5?'2?'-!" 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" 5 Q-"4 X g 1 ' , 7 JI v ' yn f 3 f Z 1. . .- .1 A' Q 1 Aff 5 f ri. 5?0-'bf' if M flffjfwfff ffl , ff f I' J fkffff UM by Jffwjw fff-ff iriid 7 'li A ff! ,yvw I5 Vw 'ff fy 7123, 1 1 , , V fq9afv'vf,,f:f" , 'T ' X xfff ifvg?'!' :X 'N 94 THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1954 SUMMA CUM LAUDE FIRST HONOR Virginia Havrilko r x X .x .1 3 1 -'gif V 0: eu , SECOND HONOR Paula Bochnak FOURTH HONOR THIRD HONOR Carolyn Bierly Carlo Evangelisti MAGNA CUM LAUDE First row: Janet Mack, Beverly Eckert, Hazel Depew, Elsie Lainhart, Martha Wallace, Mary Ann Evanosky, Mary Cicchini, Sandra Chura, Patricia Bundos, Barbara Silwoy. Second row: Alice Shaffer, Marjorie Moore, Carolyn Bieryl, Sandra Belo, Paula Bochnak, Virginia Havrilka, Mary Picciano, Anita Dobon, Sharon Greer, Nancy Barnes, Ann Plaumann, Susan Daly, Mary Ann Russell. Third row: Roger Ellsworth, Acton Ostling, Robert Bovier, George Magur, Donald Koniklowski, Robert Hultslander, Andrew Hospodor, Reese Kintzing, James Cuddy, Carlo Evangelisti. l6 SENIOR OFFICERS Carlo Evangelisti, treasurer, James Cuddy, presi- dent, Rita Wickizer, secretary, and Nancy Barnes, vice-president. FRANCES CAROL ALLEN Commercial Course. Basketball 2, Softball 2. Hobbies: Music, Reading. Business School. JOYCE M. ANDERSON College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, Span- ish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club l, 2, 4, Glee Club I, 2, "Thesaurus" Circula- tion Staff 2, Basketball 4, Softball 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Volleyball 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports. Nursing School. PATRICIA J. ATWOOD "Janie" Homemaking Course. Future Home- makers of America 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. Industry. SENIOR MEMORIES Each member of the class of '54 will carry with him, into the future, memories of his Alma Mater. We, as individuals, have widely differing abilities and inclinations, and have entered in varying degrees in the work and play of U-E in classes and extra-curricular activities which have covered a wide scope of interests. In a large measure, our memories of our high school years will be gauged by what we have given of ourselves to our school. The diploma given at graduation will be the material symbol of each individual's achieve- ment. His memories of a job well done will bring him lasting satisfaction. SAUNDRA LOU BACON nsondyn College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, Ten- nis 2, Track 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Records, Sports. Robert Packer School of Nursing, JOYCE D. BAILEY "Jo" l-lomemaking Course. Hobbies: Danc- ing, Hillbilly Music, Skating. Mar- riage. MARY BAILEY Commercial Course. Junior Leaders' Club 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Music. Work in the Business Field. I 7 X Er 'TWT 'Y JOSEPH MARIO BARBARA Commercial Course. Jr. Varsity Foot- ball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4. Hob- bies: Busines Football, Music. Col- lege. li 5 . 0 A il . Colle mr 1 C . punish ..r' r' L '. , ,4,Glee Cl . I W- .v. ,2, 4, Trea i r 4, i- rcher 2,ITr' X 1 ' 45T 1wiming, n- ' iaf ss V e-P i . ies: X- D in , wing. D I e. I I ix AGNES BARNO "Aggie" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 2, 4, "Thesaurus" Circu- lation Staff 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Dancing, Sewing, Sports, Airline Hostess. ALAN C. BARNUM "Al" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Radio, Television. Broome County Technical Institute. ROSEMARIE A. BARTAL "Roe" General Course. Basketball 2, Volley- ball 3. Hobbies: Drawing, Dancing, Sports, l.B.M. LAWRENCE L. BEAUTER 11Lorryn Technical Course. Technical Club 3, B Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Fife and Drum Corps 2, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Nine Medals at State Music Festivals, 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Building Model Airplanes. l.B.M. Apprentice Tool- maker. 4..4.....Th+-, ,, A-.LAL , 2. . 9' L FRANCES MARLENE BECKER npoken College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Popular Music, Dancing, Civil Defense. School of Nursing. SANDRA A. BELO "Sandy" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 3, 4, Library Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Volleyball 3, Accompanist at N. Y, S. Music Fes- tival 3, Representative from U-E Choir at Ithaca 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Sports. College. JOSEPH E. BENDERT - "Joe" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, Student Government 3, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Bos- ketball 4, Lane in "The Importance of Being Earnest." Hobbies: Sports, Music. l.B.M. SANDRA M. BENNER "Sandy" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Library Club 2, 3, President 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, U-E Choir 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4: Softball 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 4: Tri- Hi Knitting 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Library Club Award 3, Leaders' Club Award 4, Senior Announcement Com- mittee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Col- lege. DALE L. BENNETT "Dale" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Electricity. Broome County Technical Institute. GALE R. BENNETT Agricultural Course. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, County F.F.A. Reporter 2. Hobbies: Farming, Hunting. Farm- ing. A ini- Y J EANETTE A. BERGERON nJonu General Course. Hobbies: Reading, Piano. I.B.M. CAROLYN J. BIERLY College Entrance Course, Spanish Club 35 Tri-Hi Club I, 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Conducting Band 2, 35 Football Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Badminton 35 Tri-Hi Archery 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowl- ing 45 Tri-Hi Swimming 25 Volley- ball 35 First Place Trombone Awards 2, 35 Football Band Award 2, Hob- bies: Music, Potsdam State Teachers College. JANE M. BLACK Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, 45 House of Rep- resentatives 4, Secretary 45 Badmin- ton 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Modern Dance 35 Softball 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 45 Tri-Hi Bridge Club 25 Tri-Hi Knitting 25 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Sen- ior Class Day Committee, Hobbies: Sports, Music. Ridley Secretarial School. PAULA F. BOCHNAK College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club l, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club I5 U-E Choir 45 "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Representative I5 Badminton 35 Tri- Hi Archery 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 First Place Piano Award 25 Second Place Piano Award 35 3-Year Marching Band Award 4. Hobbies: Music, Reading. College. BARBARA J. BONNELL "Barb" Commercial Course. Junior Red Cross 2, 3. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Coun- try and Western Music. Ridley Secre- tarial School. FRANK F. BOREFFI "Budda" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 25 Intramural Basketball 45 Intramural Football 25 Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Sports. U. S. Armed Forces. J EAN R. BOSLEY Commercial Course. Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Red Cross 35 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Badminton 25 Modern Dancing 35 Soccer 2. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music. Secretarial Work. MICHAEL W. BOTTINO ,,Mike,, College Entrance Course. Italian Club 35 Fife and Drum Corps 25 Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Fishing. Har- pur College. DAVID W. BOUTON "Dave" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Business Staff 45 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Empire Boys' State 35 First Prize at Science Fair 35 Sec- ond Prizes at Science Fairs 2, 3. Hobbies: Church Work, Running, ln- sects. College, Ministry. ROBERT H. BOVIER "Bob" Transfer from Troy, Pennsylvania. Academic Course. Junior Latin Club 35 Key Club 3, 45 Glee Club I5 Jr. Varsity Baseball I5 Varsity Baseball 25 Jr. Varsity Basketball -at Troy, Pa., I, 25 Jr. Varsity Football l. Hobbies: Swimming, Baseball, Bas- ketball. Woolworth's Dime Store. RICHARD E. BOYLE "Dick" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Music. G.E. Apprentice Machinist Course. CAROL L. BRAIN Commercial Course. Commercial Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Stgff 2, 3, 45 "Thesau- rus" Typing Staff 45 Basketball 2, 45 Track 25 Cecily Cardew in "The Importance of Being Earnest." Hob- bies: Dancing, Sports, Music, Sewing. Ridley Secretarial School. ALEX R. BRENO "Bob" Commercial and College Entrance Courses. Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. Accountant. ..,x T ER . B SSETTE 1, H impu Tr fer from enov gHi School, Pennsy ania. ener e. Glee Club 35 Choir 3 45 Basket- all 3, obbies: sic, Art, rts. Hous ififf' I MARY JANE BRHEL Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 "Thesaurus" Cir- culation Staff 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 45 Badminton 4. Hob- bies: Music, Dancing, Sports. I.B.M. JOSEPH P. BRILL "Joe" College Entrance Course. Intramural Football 25 Jr. Varsity Football 35 Varsity Football 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. SHIRLEY E. BROOKER "Shirl" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Piano, Square Dancing. I.B.M. RONALD E. BROOKS "Ron" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Football I5 Jr. Varsity Football 2. Hobbies: Sports, Hunting, Cars, Practical Bible Training School. DUANE L. BROWN "Brownie" College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. U. S. Army, College. MATTHEW F. BROWN "Matt" College Entrance Course. Classical League 35 Jr. Latin Club 3, Quaestor 35 Senior Prom Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. St. Andrews, Roch- ester. RUTH A. BROWN "Brownie" College Entrance Course. Badminton 3. Hobbies: Driving, Reading, Base- ball, I.B.M. THEODORE W. BROWN "Ted" Industrial Arts Course. Italian Club 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 35 Intra- mural Football 25 Jr. Varsity Foot- ball 35 Varsity Football 4. Hobbies: Sports. Farmingdale College. MILO M. BRUNICK "Milo" Technical Course. Junior Latin Club 3, Secretary 35 "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 45 Cross Country 35 Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Traveling. Clarkson College of Technology, R.O.T.C. PATRICIA J. BUNDAS "Pat" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 U-E Choir 2, 35 House of Repre- sentatives 35 "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 45 Softball 2, 35 Swimming 45 Track 2, 35 Tennis 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 35 NBET Certifi- cate for Stenographers 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. I.B.M. 4 , ., mf. JACQUELYN B. BURBANK "Jackie" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 35 Basketball 2, 45 Softball 2, 45 Track 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Volleyball 2, 4. Hobbies: Movies, Skating, Records. Ridley Secretarial School. RICHARD L. CAMP "Dick" College Entrance Course, Latin Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Radio. College. BARBARA 'A. CAMPBELL nBOrbn Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 45 Badminton 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 45 Tri-Hi Archery 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Volley- ball 2, 35 Senior Cap and Gown ComMmittee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. l.B. . CONSTANCE ANN CARLSON "Connie" Commercial Course. Library Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Soft- ball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Conducting Band 25 2-Year Band Award 35 3-Year Band Award 4, Hobbies: Sports, Music, Magazines. Ridley Secretarial School. DAVID CARLSON "Dave" Commercial Course. Jr. Varsity Base- ball 35 Jr. Varsity Bowling 2, 45 Varsity Bowling 35 Intramural Foot- ball l. Hobbies: Bowling, Baseball. U. S. Army. ROBERT R. CASTELINE "Bob" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing, Sports. l.B.M. ..4..........L..L , JOHN C. CEVETTE "Jack" Academic Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Orches- tra 2, 3, 45 Conducting Band 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Cars. l.B.M. GERALD D, CHAMPAIGN nJerryn Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. l.B.M. HENRY C. Cl-IENEY "Herbie" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball I5 Intramural Football l, 25 Homeroom President I. Hobbies: Books, History. College. AUDREY A. CHRISTIANSEN ,,Aud,, Commercial Course. Commercial Club 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Library Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2, 35 "Thesau- rus" Advertising Staff 3, 4. Hobbies: Golf, Painting, Bulltights. Junior College. ROSE MARIE A. CHRISTINA ,,Rick,, College Entrance Course. French Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2, 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 35 "Thesaurus Editorial Staff 45 Track 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Binghamton Press Stu- dent Representative 45 Senior An- nouncement Committee, Hobbies: Dancing, Cheerleading, Scrapbooks. Journalism. if SANDRA M. CHURA "Sandy" College Entrance Course. French Club 25 Junior Red Cross 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 25 U-E Choir 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, 45 House of Representatives 25 Softball 2, 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Day Committee. Hobbies: Tinting Photographs, Tennis, Piano. College. DOANNE CHWALOW "Shorty" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi Archery 3, 4, Finalist 3. Hobbies: Movies, Archery, Television. Cortland State Teachers College. ANN MARIE CIACELLI "Cheech" Secretarial Course. Italian Club 3, Leaders' Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4. 1-lgbAliies: Sports, Music, Dancing. ANNA MARY CICCHINI 11MOry11 College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 2, 3, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Italian Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Poster Committee 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Leaders' Club Award 4, Miss Prism in "The Importance of Being Earnest", Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Painting, Piano Playing, Sports. Charles S. Wilson School of Nursing. DOLORES M. CIOTOLI "Laura" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 3, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Circu- lation Staff 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 3, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Sports. JOAN M. CIOTOLI "Blackie" Art Course. Leaders' Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Sports, Art. l.B.M. or Art School. EVELYN M. CLARK "Ev" General Course. U-E Choir 2. Hob! bies: Church Work, Music, Reading. Baptist Bible Seminary. MARY G. CLARK College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Reading. Broome County Technical Institute. ROBERT J. CLUNE "Bob" College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports. Niagara University. ELLIOTT M. COHEN "Sonny" College Entrance Course. Senate l, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Assistant Basketball Manager 2, Basketball Manager 3. Hobbies: Sports, Travel- ing, Study of Law. College. VINCENT J. COLAPIETRO "Vince" General Course. Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Volleyball 4, All-Conference Football Team 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. PHILIP J. COLELLA "Phil" College Entrance Course. ltalian Club 3, Key Club 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 4. Hobbies: Sailing, Sports, Science. College. MAUREEN T. COLEMAN "Mickey" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 3, Vice'President 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 2, 3, Binghamton Press Student Representative 4, "I speak for Democracy" Contest 4. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Scrapbook. College. 4..- HARRY L, CONKLIN "Sonny" lndustrial Arts Course. Place Award in Ford Motor Company Contest. Hobbies: Sports, Drawing, College. ANTHONY L. CONTI "Tony" Technical Course. Technical Club 2. Hobbies: Sports. College. BESSIE I. COOK "Cookie" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, "The- saurus" Advertising Staff 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, "Thesaurus" Poster Staff 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Reading. Link Avia- tion, Inc. SANDRA A. COONS "Sandy" Commercial Course. Concert Band 3, Football Band 2, 3, Glee Club 2. Hobbies: Sports, Horseback Riding. Secretarial Work. SHIRLEY A. COOPER Commercial Course. Hobbies: Read- ing, Dancing. Marriage. VALLETTE L. CORDELLI "Val" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, U-E Choir 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Jazz Music. Ridley Secretarial School. A JOAN L. CORNELL "Joanie" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesau- rus" Advertising Statt 4, Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Knitting 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Senior Announcement Com- mittee. Hobbies: Knitting, Jazz Music. Potsdam State Teachers Col- lege or l.B.M. JOHN A. cox "Coxie" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Foot- ball 4, Varsity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Sports. l.B.M. MARLENE ANN CREGO "Mar" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Aedile 2, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Orches- tra l, 2, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Basketball 4, Softball 3, 4, Track 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, 4, Leaders' Club Award 4, Senior Color Committee, Hobbies: Sewing, Sports, Dancing. Nursing School. 3 CARM l NE J . CRESCENTE "Carm" College Entrance Course, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3: U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Hunting. U. S. Air Force. EDWARD A. CROFT "Ed" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Stock Cars, Flying. l.B.M. PATRICIA A. CROWE "Patty" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Soccer 2, Softball 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Tri-Hi Swim- ming 4, Volleyball 2, Senior Gift Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Donc- ing, Music. l.B.M. 'E F4 CAROL LEE CUCHIARA Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, Basketball 2, Softball 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Jazz Music, Sports. l.B.M. JAMES J. CUDDY "Scudd" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, President 4, Senior Latin Club 3, 4, Senate 4, Varsity Track, 3, 4, Homeroom President 3, Junior Class Vice-President, Senior Class Presi- dent, WENE School Reporter 2, Syracuse Citizenship Award 3. Hob- bies: Sports, New York City, St. Louis Cardinals. College. EDWARD D. CUNNINGHAM ,,Ed,, Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball I, 2, Intramural Football I, 2, Track I, 2. Hobbies: Cars, Sports. l.B,M. wif Wi! UR T Q Q ,I eu mer l C rs toli Club S reta -Tre urer , a s vert ing taff,4, "Th i u io Vo eyba sz , orts ead' .l.B. .I ' ROBERT J. DAGLIO "Bread and Butter" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Football I, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, All-Conference Fullback 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. MICHAEL .l.,D'ALOlSlO "Jumbo" Industrial Arts Course. Varsity Base- ball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Hob- bies: Baseball, Football, Pool. l.B.M. SUSAN I. DALY "Sue" College Entrance Course. Athletic Advisory Council 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Candidate for Foot' ball Queen 4, Senior Prom Commit- tee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College, DONALD E. DANIELS "Duck" Commercial Course. Hobbies: l-lorses, Cars, Sports. l.B,M. MARIO L, DARPINO "Mutt" College Entrance Course. Clarinet Quartet and Trio 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, lst Place Clarinet Award 2, 3, All-Triple Cities Saxophone Ensemble 2, 3, 4, All- Triple Cities Clarinet Quartet 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. Professional Musician. RICHARD N. DARPINO "Dick" Commercial Course. U-E Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Bowling 2, 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Hobbies: Dancing, Sing- ing, Sports. College. N WADE A, DAVERN "wade" Technical Course, Hobbies: Basket- ball, Model Planes. College, DORALYN A. DAVIS Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Ad- yertising Staff 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Poster Staff 3, Volleyball 3, Perfect High School Attendance Record. Hobbies: Dancing, Roller Skating, Sports. l.B.M. mg.. .A .. i J X o D W GEORGIANA T. DECKER "Pookie" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, All- Star Volleyball Team 2, 3, 4, Candi- date for Football Queen 4, Senior Class Day Committee. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Reading. Ridley Secretarial School. VINCENZA C. DE MATTEIS "Vinnie" Commercial Course. Creative Writ- ing Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, B Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Foot- ball Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 2-Year Bond Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Danc- ing, Driving. Secretarial Work, BRUCE D. DENT College Entrance Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 4, Conducting Band 2, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, U-E Choir 3, Empire Boys' State 3, Junior Rotar- ian 4, Lafayette College. PAUL W. DE PAOLO "Paul" Academic Course. Intramural Foot- ball l, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Football Letters 2, Varsity Football Letters 3, 4, Track Letters 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball Letters 3, 4, Most Improved Football Player of Year Award 4. Hobbies: Football, Track, Boxing. College. I e tr nce ourse. ior Red ro 3, 4, reasu r 3, nior Latin Cl 3, 4, ri-Hi b , rchery 2, 2, B al . Bowling oc y 2. 1 ffleboard 2, , S ftball 2 4:,TabIe Ten- nis : Tennis 2, Tri-Hi Archery 4, Tri- ' Bowling 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. ies: Sports, Music, Roller Skat- i ,College H h School. cc E VINCENT J. DERACO "PeeWee" industrial Arts Course. italian Club 2, Treasurer 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3. Hobbies: Model Airplanes, Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Navy. , .,, b, AL. JANE M. DINTRUFF "Janie" Transfer from Leavenworth Central School, N, Y. Commercial Course. Future l-lomemakers of America l, 2, 3, Press Club l, 2, Girls' Athletic Association 3. Hobbies: Reading, Traveling, People. Harpur College, ANITA DOBON "Neet" Commercial Course. Creative Writing Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Lead- ers' Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Circu- lation Staff 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staff 3, Field Hockey 2, 3, Modern Dancing 3, Softball 2, 3, Track 2, 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, Volley- ball 3, l-lobbiesi Oil Painting, Danc- ing, Jazz Music. l.B.M. WlLLlAM G. DODGE "Tex" Technical Course. Intramural Foot- ball 2, Jr, Varsity Football 4, Track 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee. Hob- bies: Sports, Music. U. S. Navy. JAMES J. DRISCOLL "Drisk" Agricultural Course. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 3. Hobbies: Sports, Stamps, Hunting, U, S. Armed Forces. MARGARET D. DRISCOLL npegn College Entrance Course. italian Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Leaders' Club 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Advertise- ment Staff 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Soccer 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Books. College. RONALD B. DRISCOLL "Rob" Commercial Course. Senior'Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Pocket Billiards, Sports. l.B.M. gif. of ,' . . - MJ! A 1 L, I L 611 D Duffy" er ' ourse. Leoderswgl 26 . , Vice-President 4' T' ' u ' 5 'The urus" ' u ' Staff 25 B ini , , all 2, 3, 45.' 45!SoccefP?, 35 Soft ll 2, 3. 45 Track 2, 3! 45 Vollgyf 7 3, 4: U-E Sweate1,96drQ: , i 5 Leaders' Club Award. l-Lib ies: Sports, Music, Movies, I.B.M. LAWRENCE J. DYER "Larry" College Entrance Course. B Band 35 Concert Band 45 Fife and Drum Corps 25 Football Band 3, 4: Intra- mural Football 2. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Archery. College. ANNMARIE DZUPINKA "Anne" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 "Thesaurus" Circula- tion Staff 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hockey 3, 45 Soccer 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Senior Gift Committee. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Music. I.B.M. BEVERLY J. ECKERT "Bev" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 45 House of Representatives 45 Basketball 2, 45 Soccer 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Knitting 25 Volley- ball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Sewing, Music. I.B.M. BARBARA E. EILENBERGER nBarbn Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 3. l-lgbrbtiesz Music, Sports, Dancing. CHARLES R. EISWERTH "Charlie" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Hunting. Northeastern University. if R . rag! E Lg mrgiial- l e in urse. 3- ll Ho sz ic, t I 5 i kers Arn ca 2 K r s. it ill yi ROGER B. ELLSWORTH "Rog" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Radio, Rochester Institute of Tech- nology. NORMAN J. ENGLAND "Norm" Technical Course. House of Repre- sentatives 45 Senate 25 Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Navy. KAY l. ENGLISH Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Candidate for Football Queen 4, Hobbies: Sports. Secretarial Work. JUNE M. ERVIN "Junie" Commercial Course. Glee Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Swimming, Reading. KARL K. ESSIG College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 45 Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Water Skiing. Lafayette College. MARTHA A. EVERY "Marty" 7 .. ' I .N- RICHARD F. ETNER .NN "Dick Commercial Course. Technical Club 2, Concert Band 2, Football Band 2. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, l-lunting. l.B M. CARLO J. EVANGELISTI College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 4, House ot Representatives 3, 4, Delegate to Southern Tier and Triple Cities Council of Student Congresses 3, 4, Model UN Assembly Planning Committee 4, Delegate to Model UN Assembly 4, School Dance Commit- tee 4, Senior Color Committee, Sen- ior Ring Committee, Senior Class Treasurer. Hobbies: Science, Read- ing. Union College. MARY ANN L. EVANOSKY Commercial Course. House of Repre- sentatives 3, Hon, Gwendolyn Fair- fax in "The Importance of Being Earnest", Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Music, Dancing. l.B.M. Commercial Course. House at Rep- resentatives 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Popular Music. l.B.M. RAY M. FAHRINGER Technical Course. Technical Club 4, Audio-Visual Aids Department As- sistant 3, 4. Hobbies: Photography, Sports. Bucknell University. FRANCES L. FAIRCHILD "Fran" College Entrance Course. French Club 4, Junior Latin Club 3, Senior Latin Club 4, Glee Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 2, 4, Badminton 3, Basketball 3, Hockey 4, Softball 2, Volleyball 2, Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Music, Sewing, Reading. St. Joseph School of Nursing. RICHARD A. FANARA "Dick" Commercial Course. Cross Country 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing. Self- Employed Businessman. PHILOMENA M. FELICE "Phil" Commercial Course. Italian Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Circu- lation Staff 4, Basketball 2. Hob- bies: Sports, Jazz Music, Politics. l.B.M. IRENE FETCENKO "Renie" College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 4, Junior Red Cross Club 4, Secretary 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesau ketball rus" General Staff 4, Bas- 4, Soccer 4, Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Creative Writing, Music, Reading. Harpur College. FRANCIS M. FETSKO "Fran" College Entrance Course. Junior Var- sity Baseball 3, Varsity Baseball 4. Hobbies: Sports, Movies, Pool. College. FRANCES T. FIACCO "Fran" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Records, Dancing, Bowling. l.B.M. GINA FIACCO "Gee" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 3, ltalian Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4. Hobbies: Sports, Sewing, Cooking. l.B.M. or Business School. l 4 1 l l i l l i ALLAN F. FITCH "Al" College Entrance Course. Bingham- ton Press Student Representative 4, John Worthing in "The Importance of Being Earnest", Senior Announce- ment Committee. Hobbies: Books. College. CHARLES E. FITCH "Chuck" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, Varsity Bowling Team 2, 3, 4, Bowl- ing Letters 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, lrlgortxsgraphy. Apprentice Course at JAMES R. FLORINI "Jim" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Amateur Radio. Electronics School. ALBINA FOGLIA "Bina" General Course. Italian Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. Hob- bies: Dancing, Music. l.B.M. or G.E. SALVATORE R. FONTANA Hsom.. Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 3, Fife and Drum Corps I. Hobbies: Bowling, Drawing Cartoons. U. S. Navy. DELORES M. FORNO "Dee" General Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, Bad- minton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club Award 4. Hobbies: Sports, Driving. PHILIP V. FORNO "Phil" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sport Cars. College. HUGH R, FRAIL "Bob" College Entrance Course. Concert Band 3, 4, Football Band 3, 4, Fife and Drum Corps 2, Orchestra 3, 4, First Place Music Festival Awards 2, 3. Hobbies: Cars. U. S. Marines. MARY A. FRATE Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, U-E Choir 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Soccer 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Archery 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowl- ing 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Archery Tournament at Syracuse 3, U-E Sweater 4, Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Movies. l.B.M. or Link Aviation, Inc. RAYMOND M. FRATI NO4'Ray" Technical Course. Key Club 3, 4,' Vice-President 4, Technical Club 4, House of Representatives 4, Speaker of House 4, Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Cross Country 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Empire Boys' State 3, Senior Announcement Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Worces- ter Polytechnic Institute. GREGORY J. FUSCO "Greg" Commercial Course. Italian Club 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 4, U-E Choir 4, House of Representatives 2, All- State Band at Ithaca 3, Senior Prom Committee. Hobbies: Rifles, Hunting, Traveling. U. S. Navy. JOSEPH M. GALLO "Joe" Technical Course. U-E Choir 2. Hob- bies: Golf, Swimming, Fishing. Ap- prentice Course at l.B.M. 1 LEON S. GARDNER "Shorty" lndustrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Sports. Radio Technician School, EDWARD L. GEHL "Ed" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Clark- son College of Technology. EDWIN C. GENT "Eddie" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Sportsmen's Club 25 Senior Banquet Committee. Hob- bies: Music. Clarkson College of Technology. THERESA A. GEORGE "Tree" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 35 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Vol- leyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Sewing. G.E. or I.B.M. JOSEPH F. GIALLO "Joe" Technical Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3, Hobbies: Model Trains, Toolmaking, Drafting. Apprentice Toolmaking. ALMA L, GOODRICH "Amy" Commercial Course. Junior Red Cross 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. Harpur College. 'Q s SHARON L. GREER "Sherry" Commercial Course. French Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Skating, Knitting Argyles. I.B.M. ALICE R. GROW "Chick" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. G.E. or I.B.M. ANTHONY M. GUITSON 111-Onyu Industrial Arts Course, Varsity Base- ball 35 Intramural Football 2, Hob- bies: Cars, Art, Baseball. Run a Service Station. PAULA E. GUTHEIL Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Basketball 25 Tri- Hi Bowling 35 Tri-Hi Knitting 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Reading, Music. Secretarial Work. ROBERT GUZZEY "Bob" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Sports, Hunting, Cars. Broome County Technical Institute. PATRICIA K. GYLES "Pat" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Spanish Club I5 Tri- Hi Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 45 Tri- Hi Archery 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 45 Tri-Hi Swimming 25 Leaders' Club Award 45 Archery Award at Syracuse Contest 35 Senior Banquet Commitl tee. Hobbies: Golf, Music, Swimming. Secretarial Work. I I i I l l I i i I I 1 I 4 f 2 l 4 l i l I i I MARY L. HAMMOND "Mary Lou" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4: U-E Choir 2, 3, Representatives to Ithaca 2: Badminton 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Hockey 2, Softball 2, 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 2: Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading. l.B.M. R. MARTIN HANAFIN "Mart" College Entrance Course. Intramural Football 3, "l Speak for Democracy Contest" 4. Hobbies: Skiing. Dart- mout-1 College or University of Penn- sylvania. IDA M. HARRIS "I" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 25 Soccer I, 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Skating, Popular and Jazz Music. Secretarial Work. WILLIAM E. HARTQUIST "BilI" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4. Hobbies: Sports. Lafayette Col- lege. VIRGINIA H. HAVRILKA ifvirgn Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Concert Mistress 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Typ- ing Staff 4, Tri-Hi Archery 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 4, Leaders' Club Sweat- shirt 4, U-E Sweater 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. Syracuse University or Ithaca College. ROBERT C. HENDRICH "Side Valve" College Entrance Course. Westing- house Science Award I. Hobbies: Au- tomobiles, Model Railroading, Elec- tricity. College. T' EDWARD M. HENNEMAN ,,Ed,, Industrial Arts Course. U-E Choir 2, 3: Football Band 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 3, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Football Band Award 3, Varsity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. EUGENE HENSON "Gene" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Football I. Hobbies: Cars, Dancing. U. S. Navy. TERESA M, HERMIZ "Tree" College Entrance Course. Library Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Accom- panist 4, U-E Choir 4, Accompanist 4, Basketball 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. College. JAMES R. HERTEL "Jim" College Entrance Course. Senior Latin Club 3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4. Hob- bies: Driving, Music, Travel. Harpur College. WILLIAM R. HILL "Bill" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. College. DONNA M. HILLS Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club 2: Basketball 4, Volley- ball 4: Football Queen 4, Senior Color Committee. Hobbies: Swimming. Sec- retarial Work. L- JANET L. HILLS "Jon" Commercial Course, Hobbies: Read- ing, Dancing, Stamp Collection. I.B.M. SHIRLEY M. HIRST "Sherry" Commercial Course. Softball 2, Vol- leyball 25 Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Hobbies: Popular Music, Writing Letters. Secretarial Work. SYLVIA J. HOLLENBECK HSYIVI, Commercial Course. Future Home- makers of America l. Hobbies: Art, Dancing, Cooking. Receptionist. DONALD C. HOLLISTER "Don" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Guns, Horses, Cars. U. S, Air Force. ANDREW THOMAS HOSPODOR "Andy" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, 45 Representative at Cornell Day 3: Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Jazz Music. College. KATHERINE HUDA "Kat" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sew- ing, Dancing, Sports, l.B.M. mmf. ROBERT W. HULTSLANDER ,fBob,, College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Senate 3, 4: Dance Com- mittee Chairman 4: Representative at Cornell Day 35 Syracuse Citizen- ship Award Candidate 3, 4: Senior Banquet Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Music. College. RONALD S, HUMMEL "Ron" Academic Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Concert Band 2, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Foot- ball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Empire Boys' State 35 Senior Banquet Com- mittee. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Hunting. College of Engineering. JOSEPH INCITTI "Joe" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing, Cars. Business School. ANNA T. IRNELI "Tree" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, 3, House of Representatives 3, Basket- ball Zg Softball 2, Volleyball 2: Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Drawing. l.B.M. WILLIAM J. IVAN "Bill" College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3: Junior Class President, Student Gov- ernment President 45 Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 45 Varsity Football Letters 3, 4, Outstanding Boy Citizen of the Junior Class 35 Senior Banquet Committee. Hobbies: Aviation, Archery, Sports. College. RICHARD G. JACKSON "Dick" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Navy. TWT' SANDRA L. JACKSON "Sandy" Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 2, Basketball 2, 4, Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Private Secretarial Work. ALVIN L. JOHNSON "Alvie" Commercial Course. Jr. Varsity Bowl- ing 3, Varsity Bowling 4, Senior Class Day Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College. WAYNE A. JOHNSTONE Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. l.B,M. or U. S. Air Force. ANITA L. JONES Commercial Course. U-E Choir 2. Hobbies: Music. G.E. MARIE JOYCE KAHNIC "Joe" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, Badminton 4, Basketball 4, Tennis 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Movies. l.B.M. CAROLYN A. KING College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, Basketball 2, Softball 2, 3, 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Music, Reading, Church Work. Baptist Bible Seminary. F. REESE KINTZING "K" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Empire Boys' State 3. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. Colorado School of Mines. DORIS E. KITHCART "Kitten" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sports, Records, Cars. l.B.M. RONALD E. KOCAK "Coke" General Course. Hobbies: Music, Sports. l.B.M. JOHN R. KOCZKO Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Swimming, Baseball. l.B.M. or U. S. Navy. DONALD G. KONIKOWSKI ,Donn College Entrance Course. Football Band 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Cor- nell University. BARBARA H. KOSITSKY "Barb" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4, Member of Biol- ogy Seminar 2, Represented U-E at Geneseo State Teachers College 4, Candidate tor Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Child Care Work, Sports, Dancing. Geneseo State Teachers College. A V- +- BERNADINE A. KOVARIK "Bernie" Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Drawing, Dancing. I.B.M. and Mar- riage. DELORES A. KRISE "Dee Dee" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, 3, Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Reading, Singing, Classical and Popular Music. l.B.M. THEODORE KUCERA "Ted" Industrial Arts Course. Senate 4, ln- tramural Basketball l, Intramural Football 4, Volleyball 4, President of Freshman Class, Chairman of Stage Crew 4, Assembly Committee 4, eniar Prom Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. YVONNE M. LABELLE "Barb" Art Course. French Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, U-E Choir 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, 4, Basketball 2, Tri-Hi Knitting 2, Tri-Hi Swimming 2, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 3, Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Fashion, Music, Oil-Paint- ing. School of Fashion. g ANT RA 1 1 l nil, C cial e. s: S ' - min Re6Bng 0655, ts. ELSIE J. LAINHARDT Pre-Nursing Course. Latin Club 3. Hobbies: Reading, Cooking. Wilson Memorial School of Nursing. J.. . DONALD S. LASZEWSKI "Don" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting, Baseball. I.B.M. RONALD J. LAWRENCE "Ronne" General Course. Intramural Basket- ball 2, Intramural Football l, Track 4. Hobbies: Pool, Ju-Jitsu, Weight- lifting. Ridley Secretarial School. CAROL M. LAWTON "Smiley" General Course. Junior Red Cross l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club l, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4. Hobbies: Music, Travel, Swimming. Advanced School- ing. MAYNARD R. LAWTON Commercial Course. Hobbies: Horses, Cars, Guns. College. RlTA A. LENKA "Reet" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 2, 4, Friendship Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, NBET Secretarial Award for Shorthand Speed 3. Hob- bies: Music, Sports, Movies. I.B.M. or College. ALICE V. LEWIS "Ginger" College Entrance Course. Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Tri- Hi Archery 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Movies, Read- ing, Collecting Photographs of Cats. Marriage. 'WW' l l l 2 1 il .1 l l i l i l i i el .4 DONALD G. LEWIS "Louie" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 3, House of Representatives 3, Senior Announcement Committee. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Harpur College. ELIZABETH M. I. LEWIS "Liz" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Homeroam Treas- urer 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. St. Luke School of Nursing. JOSEPH R. LIGOURI "Joey" General Course. Italian Club 4, ln- tramural Basketball 2, Intramural Football l, Jr. Varsity Football 2, 3, Varsity Football 4, Jr. Varsity Foot- ball Letters 2, 3, Varsity Football Letters 4, Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music. Businessman. CLAUDE J. LINDSEY "Lin" Transfer from Vestal Central School. Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting. U. S. Navy. RICHARD A. LISI "Dick" Industrial Arts Course, Jr. Varsity Baseball 3, Jr, Varsity Football 4, Rev. Canon Chasuble in "The lm- portonce of Being Earnest." Hobbies: Sports, Model Airplanes. U. S. Air Force. BARBARA J. LOFTUS "Barbie" General Course. Spanish Club 3, Tri- Hi Club 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, "The- saurus" Advertising Staff 2, 4, Basketball 2, Softball l, 2, Home- room Treasurer 3. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. College. NICHOLAS P. LONGO "Nick" College Entrance Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Conducting Bond 2, 3, All-State Band 4, First Place Sousophone Award 3, First Place Brass Ensemble Award 3. Hobbies: Music. Fredonia State Teachers Col- lege. RICHARD J. LONGO "Dick" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing. CLAYTON K. LOWE "Clay" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Football Band l, 2, 3, 4, Major 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, Senate l, 2, Track 2, 3, Algernon Moncrief in "The Importance of Being Earnest", Senior Gift Committee. Hobbies: Drawing, Music, Harpur College. JEANE E. LUPOLE Commercial Course. Concert Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Art. G.E. KATHLEEN M. LUSK "Kitty" Transfer from Owego Free Academy and Johnson City High School. General Course. Future Homemakers of America l, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Volleyball 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Popular Music. Women's Armed Services. STANLEY MACIOLEK "Stash" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Swimming, Riding. l.B.M. -L--' JANET A. MACK "Jan" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 25 Leaders' Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 "Thesau- rus" Typing Staff 45 Badminton 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Archery 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 45 Leaders' Club Award 45 NBET Cer- tificate for Stenographers 3. H0b- bies: Sports, Reading, Traveling, College. MOLLY MAGEE "Mol" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Volleyball 25 "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 45 Bing- hamton Press Student Representative 45 Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Working. Mar- riage. GEORGE P, MAGUR College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Gift Com- mittee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Col- lege of Electrical Engineering. ANTHONY MAIONE "Tony" Academic Course, Hobbies: Sports. l.B.M, S DAVID W. MANDYCK "Dusty" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 45 U-E Choir 2, 3, 45 House of Rep- resentatives 25 Intramural Basket- ball 25 lnitiation Committee 45 Senior Class Day Committee. Hob- bies: Sports, Books. Niagara Uni- versity. REGINA E. MANGOLD "Reggie" Commercial Course. Glee Club 25 Basketball 2, 45 Volleyball 4. Hob- bies: Ceramics, Swimming. Business College. 'L LEON J. MANN "Lee" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sports. l.B.M. or College. ROLAND A. MARANO "Ronnie" General Course. Hobbies: Radio. U. S. Marines. DIANA L. MARCHEGIANI HDV, Art Course. Hobbies: Music, Danc- ingA Art. l.B,M. and Further Study in rt. EUGENE MARSH "Gene" General Course. Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Baseball 3, 45 Senior Class Day Committee. Hob- bies: Sports, Dancing. LAURA B. MARTIN "Short" Transfer from Marathon Central School, N. Y. Commercial Course. Marathon Central Choir l, 25 Select Chorus 25 Basketball 2, Captain 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Western Music. Secretarial Work. ALFRED A. MASTRANGELO UAV, Technical Course. Technical Club 25 Football Band 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports. Toolmoking Apprentice Course at l.B.M. -1 4 1 l l i l 4 i l 1 l i l . LOlS A. MCDONALD "Lo" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Dancing, Reading. Ansco or l.B.M. SAN DRA J. MCDONALD "Sandy" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 Badminton 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2. Hobbies: Records, Sports. Nursing School. JOHN W. MEE College Entrance Course. Key Club 45 Senior Latin Club 4, Aedile 45 Spanish Club 4, President 45 Cross Country 3, 45 Junior Rotorian 45 Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Books, Boys' Club. Harpur College. JOAN ANN MEEKER "Jam" College Entrance Course. French Club 25 Leaders' Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Senate 2, 35 "Thesau- rus" Art Staff 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 2, 35 Soccer 2, 3, 45 Softball 2, 35 Tennis 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Tri-Hi Swim- ming 35 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Repre- sentative at Badminton Playday 35 Representative at Southern Tier Student Government Conference 35 Candidate for May Queen 25 "Miss March of Dimes" 35 Candidate for Football Queen 45 Senior Banquet Committee. Hobbies: Oil Painting, Golf, Camping. Endicott Junior Col- lege, Beverly, Mass. FRANClS P. MELIA "Chico" College Entrance Course. Concert Band 25 Football Band 25 Jr. Varsity Football 35 Varsity Football 45 Jr. Varsity Football Letters 35 Varsity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Cards, Cribbage. Clarkson College of Technology. GARY S. MILLER "Moose" General Course. Intramural Basket- ball l, 25 Football Band 2. Hobbies: Archery, Swimming, Hunting. U, S. Army. 376. JEAN ANN MILLER "Jeanie" General Course. Italian Club 2. Hob- bies: Popular Music, Skating. Ansco or Link Aviation, Inc. JOANNE E. MINER "Jo" Transfer from Poughkeepsie High School, N. Y. College Entrance Course, French Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 45 Glee Club l, 2, 35 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 Badminton 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Softball 3, 45 Valley- ball 45 Poughkeepsie High School Newspaper Staff 25 Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading. College. MARIANNE MISULICH Commercial Course. Commercial Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 45 Basketball 25 Track 25 Tennis 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing. l.B.M. CAROLYN J. MITRUS "Carol" Commercial Course. Softball 2. Hob- bies: Records, Swimming, Dancing. Airline Hostess or Secretary. THERESA R, MONACO "Tessie" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 35 Latin Club 35 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 45 U-E Choir 2, 3, 45 House ot Representatives 25 Senate 3, 4, Secretary 45 "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staff 45 Basketball 3, 45 Tri-Hi Archery 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Rep- resentative at Syracuse State Arch- ery Meet 35 N.Y.S. Jr. Historical Association Award as Outstanding President 25 Girls' State Representa- tive 35 Representative to Syracuse Citizenship Conference 3, 45 Candi- date for Football Queen 45 Secretary of Model General UN Assembly 45 "Voice of Democracy" Local Winner and State Finalist 45 Lady Bracknell in "The Importance of eing Earn- est"5 Senior Banquet Committee. Hobbies: Archery, Music, History. College. FRANCES M. MONTICELLO "Fran" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music, Sports. l.B.M, or G.E. Y if RICHARD P. MOONEY "Dick" lndustrial Arts Course. Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Bowling 4. Hobbies: Bowling. Broome County Technical institute or U. S. Navy. MARJORIE E. MOORE "Margie" College Entrance Course. French Course. French Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, "The- saurus" General Staff 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Senior Prom Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Sewing, Music. College, PHYLLIS B. MOORE "PhyI" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sewing, Dancing, Sports. Beoutician School. MARY JANE MORRIS "Janie" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Archery 3, 4. Hobbies: Archery, Fishing. College. JOSEPH EDGARD MOSS "Ed" College Entrance Course, Sportsmen's Club 2, Intramural Football 4. Hob- bies: Golf, Fishing, Cars. College, I.B.M. GEORGE W. MOYER College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. Carnegie Institute of Technology. SHIRLEY M. MOYLE "Shirl" Commercial Course. Softball 2. Hob- bies: Sports, Driving, Movies. Mar- riage. DONALD E. MUNDELL "Mundi" Technical Course. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Base- ball, Hunting. I.B.M. or U. S. Navy. JOHN M. MUSHOCK Agricultural-Commercial Course. Fu- ture Farmers of America 2, 3. Hob- bies: Swimming, Hunting, Forestry. Apprentice Automobile Mechanic, U. S. Air Force. NICHOLAS A. NAPOLITANO, JR. "Nap" Transfer from Binghamton North High School. Commercial Course. Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball. College. PATRlCIA ANN NESTOR "Patty" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, 4, House of Representatives 4, Basketball 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, Softball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Senior Ring Committee, Senior Announcement Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College. CHARLES P. NEZELEK nshnezn College Entrance Course. "Thesau- rus" Advertising Staff 4, Intramural Football l, 3, Football Manager 4, Homeroom President 2, Stage Crew for Senior Play, "What A Life." Hobbies: Cars, Nine-Ball. University of Miami. l l l 4 -1 v. 7 7 7 777 7 777777 AGNES M. NOVAK "Aggie" Commercial-Homemaking Course. Glee Club 2, 3, Volleyball 2. Hob- bies: Dancing, Driving, Sewing. I.B.M. or A G P. KATHLEEN O. OAKLEY . fflcothyif General Course. Junior Latin Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 2, 4, Hobbies: Horses, Swimming, Skating. I.B.M. or G.E. or Women's Armed Services. PATTY LOU O'HARA "Pat" College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 3, Vice-President 3' Tri- Hi Club 2, 3, u-E choir 2, 5, 4, Basketball 2, Softball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Kittens, Children, Bell Telephone Operator. MARY JEAN O'NElL "Jeanie" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Concert Band 3, Football Band 2, 3, Glee Club 2, U-E Choir 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Tennis 2, Track 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 2-Year Band Award 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Traveling. Ridley Secretarial School. JOSEPH A. ORLANDO "Pinky" Industrial Arts Course. Varsity Base- ball 3, 4, Senior Class Day Commit- tee. Hobbies: Cars, Sports, Music. GERALD M. ORMON "Jerry" College Entrance Course. IOO Per Cent Latin Club 3, Vice-President 3, Football Band 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 4, Cross Country 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, 4, 2-Year Band Award 3, Jr. Varsity Cross Country Letters 4. rtobbies: Sports, Music, Cars. Col- ege. JAMES W. ORSLEY "Jim" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 3, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. U. S. Armed Forces. ACTON E. OSTLING, JR. "Ac" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Empire Boys' State 3, 7 First Division Medals at State Music Festivals 2, 3, All-State Band at Ithaca 3, Elmira 4, 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hobbies: Music, History, Cartooning. University of Michigan. SHIRLEY A. PALO "Lee" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, U-E Choir 3, Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports. I.B.M VINCENT PANELLA "Zones" Industrial Arts Course. Fife and Drum Corps 2. Hobbies: Basketball, Sports. I.B.M. JOHN P. PANKO Technical Course, Technical Club 2, Jr, Varsity Bowling 2, 3, 4, Secretory 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Bowling, Cars. I.B.M. or G.E., Schenectady, N. Y. ROBERT PANTLE "Bob" General Course. Concert Band 4, Fife and Drum Corps 2, Football Band 4, Track 2, 3. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. U. S. Marine Corps. H- l- -- JAMES PASHALIDIS "Jimmy" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: ivlodel Airplanes, Hunting, Fishing. .B.M. BETTY J. PEABODY "Bett" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 35 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Band 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 U-E Choir 3, 45 "Thesaurus" General Staff 45 Badminton 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Tri-Hi Bridge Club 25 All- State Orchestra 35 2-Year Band Award 35 3-Year Band Award 45 First Place Oboe Awards 2, 3. Hob- bies: Dancing, Roller Skating, Bowl ing. Potsdam State Teachers College. s er ia ou s ta ian Club 2 d rs Clu 2 4 Tri Hi b 3 4 e 2 3 4 Bodmin Hockey 4 S r T m 3 4 c cer 3 S ar T a 3 4 ft r i A Bowli Leo u 4 r WK . o c' I I' 5 e ' , 5 '- ' Clu , , :Gle , , 1 '- ton 2, 3, 45 B etball 2, 3, 45 Field , ta , 5 So , t , 5 So 2, 3, i-H' ery 25 T' i I ' , ' e , 3 45 CI r 5 U te 4 . bbies: ts, Musick ovies. A ley Se ial School. ' -' WILLIAM A. PEZZUTI "AbiIio" General Course. U-E Choir 3, 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Music, Literature. Elec- tricion. BARBARA A. PHILLIPS "Barb" College Entrance Course. French Club 3, 45 Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Glee Club 25 "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 35 Volleyball 3, 45 Homeroom Secretary 35 Initia- tion Committee 45 Senior Prom Com- mittee. Hobbies: Spiorts, Knitting, Music. Alfred Technical Institute. JEAN PHILLIPS "Gypsy" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Music. College and l.B.M. ,415 f 7 , ,f -ff f ye..- DAWN S. PIERCE Transfer from Vestal Central High School. Academic Course. Commer- cial Club 45 Junior Library Club l, President I5 Tri-Hi Club 45 Glee Club l, 2, 35 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 45 House of Representatives I5 Swimming Club 25 Home Room Presi- dent I5 Binghamton Press Student Representative 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Creative Writing. Junior Col- lege, BARBARA M. PIPIK "Barb" Commercial Course. Basketball 2, 35 Softball 25 Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports. l,B.M. JOHN PIPTA College Entrance Course. Key Club 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Football Bond 2, 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 25 Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Baseball, Basketball Music. Massachusetts Institute of T'echnol- ogy or Lehigh University. ROSE MARIE PITARRA "Rose" College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "The- saurus" General Staff 3, 45 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 2, 35 Softball 2, 3, 45 Candidate for Foot- ball Queen 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing, Reading. College. MARY P. PITTARELLI "Mur" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 35 Tri-Hi Club 45 "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 45 Track 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 45 Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Popular Music, C.Y.O. Alfred University. feffvagb ANNE M. PLAUMANN College Entrance Course. Junior Leaders' Club 25 Senior Leaders' Club 45 Basketball 2, 45 Field Hockey 45 Softball 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 45 Leaders' Club Award 45 First Place Girls' Athletic Award 4. Hobbies: Sports. Cortland State Teachers Col- ege. ROSEMARY A. PLESSINGER "Rose' ' General Course. Hobbies: Reading, Drawing, Pen-Pals. Baptist Bible Seminary. JOHN E. PODEST "Turkey" Industrial Arts Course. Volleyball 45 Football Manager 3, 45 Senior Gift Committee. Hobbies: Football, Golf, Hunting. U. S. Navy. JOSEPH A. POLAK "Joe" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. l.B.M. MARY ANN POLASEK College, Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 House of Representatives 2. Hobbies: Art, Skating, Tennis. l.B.M. or Advanced Art School. RUTH E. POSSINGER "Ruthie" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Badminton 3, 45 Modern Dance 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 45 Tri-Hi Knitting 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Skating. Col- ege. DOMINICK A. POZZI "Remer" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 25 Varsity Bowling 3, 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Reading. l.B.M. LAURA V. QUARANTA "Lor" Homemaking Course. Volleyball 2. Elibbiesz Sports, Music, Cooking. JOSEPH T. RANDO "Joe" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 25 "Thesaurus" Circula- tion Staff 25 Track 25 Senior An- nouncement Committee. Hobbies: Football, Track. Training for Regis- tered Male Nurse. MARY JOYCE REARDON HJOYH Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 3, 45 Glee Club 25 "Thesaurus" Circu' lation Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing. Ridley Secretarial School. ALVIN R. REINECKE "Al" College Entrance Course. Technical Club 25 Cross Country Team Man- ager 3, 45 Track Team Manager 35 Track Manager Letters 3. Hobbies: Cars, Camping, Reading, Broome County Technical Institute. RICHARD P. REPPARD"Dick" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Dancing. Marriage, Work. M.. .. -dr. I 2, , Sof 4, ri-Hi : c : -I , r' ' Brid 2, T i- i V tti,1 2, Voll ll ,4,, C at f- Foot I n , S B If C b 'e 1 S ts,M c. utf t a s ll ge. ly tilt CHARLES W. RICHION "Bill" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, Track 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. Michigan State University. MARGUERITE K. ROACH nAAorgen Commercial Course. ltalian Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Knitting, Dancing. l.B.M. ANNETTE L. ROMA Commercial Course. Friendship Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Track 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Senior Class Day Committee. Hobbies: Spog? Popular Music, C.Y.O. l,B.M. or .. PATRICIA A. ROSSI "Pat" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Advertis- ing Statf 2, Badminton 2, Home- room President 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Cheering. l.B.M. e hesaur s ii 2 4 of Cl Co Tri- ' . ,I , . , if v rti n 'fo 4, "T our cu 2-' Sta f E' 4, tba U , : 5 V, r a et o ttee S t E RO G olle Entra s :Cl 2 T 2 h H LEN RU Blondie Commercial Course. Hobbies: Danc- ing, Reading. l.B.M. or Beautician School. PHYLLIS J. RUPERT "Philly" College Entrance Course. Leaders' Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, "Thesau- rus" Advertising Statt 4, Badminton 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Field Hockey 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Badmin- ton Play Doy 3. Hobbies: Sports, Art. Cortland State Teachers College or Ithaca College. MARY ANN RUSSELL "Rusty" Music Course. Future Homemakers ot America 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Conducting Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, 4, All-State Orchestra 3, 4, 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4, lst Place Flute Award 2, 3, lst Place String Bass Award 3. Hobbies: Roller Skat- ing, Water Skiing. Houghton College. DORLA J. SADDLEMIRE College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, All-State Orchestra 3, lst Place Saxophone and Bassoon Awards 2, 3, 2nd Place Saxophone and Bassoon Awards 2, 3, Hobbies: Music. College. FILOMENA J. SANTARELLI nAAenan Home Economics Course. Friendship Club 2, Italian Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Soccer 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Driving, Dancing, Skating. l.B.M., Marriage. NANCY A. SAWICKI College Entrance Course. French Club 4, Junior Latin Club 2, Lotin Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Statf 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, 4, Volleyball 2. Lake Erie College. RITA J. SAXER Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club l, Soccer l, 2, Softball I, 2, 3, Track I, 2, 3, Volleyball l, 2. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. VERONICA A. SELLE "Ronnie" Commercial Course. italian Club 2. Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing. l.B.M., Marriage. ROBERT J. SELNEKOVIC Hsunkyn College Entrance Course. Fife and Drum Corps 2, Baseball Manager 2, 3. Hobbies: Model Planes. U. S. Air Force. JOHN C. SELNER "Jack" College Entrance Course. French Club 4, President 4, Key Club 4, Senior Latin Club 4, House of Representa- tives 2, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Hobbies: Basketball. College. WILLIAM J. SELTZER nooglon College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Flying. College. MARY SEMENTILLI "Mer" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Glee Club l, 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 4. Hobbies: Sports, Stamp Collecting, Dancing. l.B.M. or G.E. PAULINE SENIO "Polly" General Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club 3, Bad- minton 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 4, Homeroom Treasurer 3, Senior Banquet Com- mittee. Hobbies: Sports, Driving, Popular Music, College. ALICE L. SHAFFER College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 3, Senior Latin Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 4, Co- Editor 4, Biology Honor Seminar 2, National Science Fair Finalist 3, Four lst Place Awards and One 3rd Place Award at Regional Science Fairs 2, 3. Hobbies: Biological Re- search, Biological Collections, Read- ing. College. MURRAY R. SHAPIRO "The Kid" College Entrance Course. State Sci- ence Shows I, 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Fishing, Radio. College. MARY JOYCE SHELTON "SheIty" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Reading. College. MILDRED PATRICIA SHERMAN "Patty" Commercial Course. Basketball 2, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Records, Movies. l.B.M. or G.E. KENNETH F. SHORT "Ken" Industrial Arts Course. Football Band 2. Hobbies: Flying, Roller Skating. U. S. Air Force. ANNA SHULAR "Ann" Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 4. Hobbies: Bowling, Music, Sports. Harpur College, Sec- retarial Work. MARIO SILVESTRI "Mutt" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball I, 3, 45 Intramural Foot- ball I. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Pool. I.B.M. BARBARA A. SILWAY "Silly" College Entrance Course. French Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Badminton 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 35 Soft- ball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 25 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Initiation Committee 45 Senior Picnic Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Sewing, Scrapbooks. College. J. DEBRA SIMMONDS "Debbie" College Entrance Course. French Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 U-E Choir 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staft 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Field Hockey 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Music, Knitting. Skidmore College. JAMES L. SIMPSON "Slip" Technical Course. Senior Picnic Com- mittee. Hobbies: Sports. Clarkson College or Bushnell University. JUDITH ANN SLOTE "Judy" Commercial Course. Spanish Club I5 Tri-Hi Club I, 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus Advertising Staff 45 "ThesauruS Circulation Staff 45 Basketball I, 25 Softball I, 25 Tri-Hi Archery 2, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Initiation Com- mittee 45 Senior Gitt Committee. Hobbies: Swimming, Music, Sports. College. it PATRICIA ANN SOMERS "Pat" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 45 House of Representatives 45 Senior Prom Committee. Hobbies: Post Cards, Football, Music, I.B.M. ,l....-.. A ANDREW SPAK "Andy" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Cars, Horses, Dancing. U. S. Air Force, Farming. I.B.M. H. RICHARD STARR "Dick" Technical Course. Hobbies: Model Planes, Ice Skating. I.B.M. ,f 4 I ., J 64 X JUL E A. SUCHY "June" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, Vice-President 35 U-E Choir 35 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 35 Basketball 2, 35 Softball 2, 35 Volley- ball 2, 35 Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Danc- ing, Sports. Ridley Secretarial School. NOREEN A. SWINDLER "Pee Wee" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 45 "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 35 Senior Color Committee5 Senior Cap and Gown Committee. Hobbies: Skating, Cooking, Music. I.B.M. or GAE. MARY C. TAMBEAU "June" Commercial Course. Junior Red Cboss 4, Hobbies: Collecting Records. I, .M. J , I JOSEPH W. TAYLOR "Joe" College Entrance Course. Junior Red Cross I, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 35 Intramural Foot- ball Zj Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent of Freshman Class: Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Model- Building, Cars. U. S. Navy, College. RAYMOND J. TIBERI "Ray" Technical Course. Hobbies: Sports. College. DAVID A. TITUS "Dave" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Honorable Mention National United Nations Contest 2. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Johnson City Baptist Bible Seminary. SHIRLEY J. TITUS "Shirl" Commercial Course. Concert Band 2, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Acting, Dancing. Marriage. RICHARD W. TRUEX "Dick" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Reading, Stamp Collecting, Coin Col- lecting. College. LAVERN E. TUTTLE "Tut" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. l.B.M. O SHIRLEY A. VALLONE Commercial Course. Italian Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Movies, Records, Volleyball. l.B.M. LOU I S A, VAN DERMARK "Louie" Agricultural Course, Hobbies: Avia- tion, Sports. U. S. Army. WAYNE B. VAN INWEGEN "Hotrod" Industrial Arts Course. Junior Red Cross 3, 45 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4. Hobbies: Collecting Match Book Covers, Church Work, Pen Pals. Broome County Technical Institute or Harpur College. RALPH A. VAN WORMER "Abie" General Course. Hobbies: Radio, Cars. U. S. Air Force. JOHN E. VASILCHIK "Choo-chi" Technical Course. Hobbies: Ping Pong, Swimming, Basketball. l.B.M. CAROLYN L. VICINUS "Vi" Commercial Course. Italian Club 35 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3, "The- saurus" Circulation Staff 35 Track 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Sports. Receptionist. MARTHA L. WALLACE College Entrance-Commercial Course, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club Z, Badminton 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, U-E Sweater and Letters 4, Leaders' Club Award 4, Senior Picnic Committee, Hobbies: Sports. Broome County Technical Institute. ROBERT F. WALTERS "Bob" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, Senior Latin Club 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball Letters 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. Col- ege. ROGER E. WARDEN "Sunny" General Course. Hobbies: Horses. U. S. Navy. ROBERT M. WATKINS "Bob" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Navy. NORMAN W. WEBER "Norm" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Navy. RICHARD G. WELLS "Dick" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball 2, Track 3, 4. Hobbies: Radio, Sports. Broome County Tech- nical Institute or U. S. Navy. RITA M. WICKIZER "Ree" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 2, House of Rep- resentatives 4, Basketball 3, 4, Soft- ball 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Junior Class Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Senior Class Secretary, Candidate .for Football Queen 4, Senior Ring Committee. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Alfred University. GERALD C. WILCOX "Gerry" Commercial Course. Baseball 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Bowling 2, Varsity Bowl- ing 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. Hobbies: Sports, U. S. Navy. RAYMOND WILHELM Hcubbyu . Commercial Course. Intramural Bas- 'l ketball 4, Track 2, 3, Senior Gift Committee. Hobbies: Sports. l.B.M., G.E., or College. I I SARAH M. WILLIAMS "Sandy" Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" i Typing Staff 4. Hobbies: Roller i Skating, Corresponding with Service- men. I.B,M. I I PATRICIA A. WINTERS i Hpotf, Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, ' "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, Basketball 2, Soccer 2, Track 2, Tri- Hi Bowling 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Music. Ithaca School of Nursing. PHYLLIS M. WINTERS Ilphylll I Commercial Course. Glee Club 3, 1 "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4. Hobbies: Music, Sewing, Cooking. Lowell's Business School. J JOHN E. WOLCOTT "Willie" General Course. Technical Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. College. BRYANT G. WOOD "Woody" Technical Course. Technical Club 3, Jr. Varsity Bowling 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Track and Cross Country Awards 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Stamp Col- lecting. Syracuse University. DENNIS F, WOOD "Dennis the Menace" General Course. Italian Club 2, Foot- ball Band 2, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, 2nd Place Musical Festival Award 2, lst Place Musical Festival Award 3. Hobbies: Winter Sports, Swimming Records. College. GARY LEE WOOD "Woody" Technical Course. Technical Club 2. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Mechan- ics. College. THEODORE WOROBEY "Ted" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Basketball. Broome County Technical Institute. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS Robert P. Bell John M, Blazey Marion L, Brister Gordon W. Card Ray E. Chaffee Sandra J. Clarke James F. Crandall Richard J. Crooks Frederick J. Cunningham OF THE 1954 Edward J. Drozdek Jo Ann Elliott Steve J. Halas Teofil S. Herlica Gordon E. Loveless Julia A. Matolka Kathleen A. McBride James A. Morlando Joseph J. Mrva 46 DARLENE M. WOVKULICH ,IDOHYH Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2 3, 4, U-E choir 2, 3, 4, "ThesQurus'f Circulation Staff 4, Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 3, Softball 2, 35 Track 2, 3 Tn-Ha Archery 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Danc- ing, Sports, Music. I.B.M. KENT B. WURTH "Wurthless" Industrial Arts Course. U-E Choir 3, 4. Ho ies: Hunting, Sports. U. S. Navy, ice Sch ol L Y .lllllf ac ' omm cia ours . H sz Da c- f ingf awin , Bas all. B.M I . s I EL ZA H . Q' .2 H i Home Economics Cou se. ie I GRADUATING CLASS Opal Pauline Olive Anthony R. Pero Dennis A. Perry Benito V. Pittarelli Peter R. Vivona Donald A. Williams Robert S. Zemberi Horses, Sports. G.E. JUNIORS LAY FOUNDATION FOR BETTER U-E A, - sce- MISS MARCH OF DIMES .ff is i Joyce English, president Joseph Funari, vice-president Michael Beirne, secretary-treasurer JUNIORS The leaders of tomorrow are the builders of today. With this in mind, U-E's juniors have striven throughout the school year to lay a tirm foundation for the construction of tomor- row's better citizens. ln the many activities planned by the student body, they have readily lent their support, from cheering the team on to victory to shouldering the responsibilities of student government and cooperation. One of their members was chosen to repre- sent U-E in the annual March ot Dimes contest and achieved the honor and distinction of becoming queen, a real credit to the junior class. The juniors have also staged their own talent show for the enjoyment of the entire student body, an event which was extremely well received.. The theme of the junior class activities throughout the school year has been that of "building a better U-E." Through their many achievements, it may be seen that they have indeed laid a tirm foundation toward that end. E ' .7 fi 2 ,-' ' ' fgfi of s 2 f I f JUNIOR TALENT SHOW 5 A Ns V 47 :1 5 S : : : - E 1: E 5 E : : SOPHOMORES .0-, 5 , 1,- i kiyk I . X C4 -i ? .AW ll if t v "DisseCt a Crayfish? Oh my!" if sw rms mr wen iw ms an' I Q 3 4 sts 1 21 SIUAW 2213 wiswivmzsm 3l??2324252827 It's getting to be a habit! "And then we had our first formal." Our president, Ralph Titus, recalls just a few of the many real memories of our first year in U-E, As sophomores we believe that this year has been most important in laying the foundation for happy memories throughout our high school career. We're off to a good start. 48 MUSIC Q O S 75 X Q v 3 3 4 Zflgxfy W9 K 59 6Q dL Q4 Egg-12:2 SOPRANOS Connie Baldoni Frances Beach Jackie Chiocca Val Cordelli Libby Gilliland Marilyn Gamble Anita Jones Delores Krise Barbara LaBelle Sylvia LaStella Carol Lawton Rita Lesko Nancy Malawicky Mary Ann McQuade Marlene Mikels Nancy Nivison Nancy O'Haro Patricia O'Haro Betty Peabody Judy Pero Debra Simmonds Valeria Steflik Shirley Titus Barbara Welsh Helen Wilcox Barbara Winans Barbara Wood Margaret Young ALTOS Sandra Benner Caroline Carr Q 'GXQJJX f u-E CHOIRQDQJK f JJ .Ydlhily ry , Sandra Chura Susan Daly Patricia Eddy Arlene Fleenor Mary Frate Pat lngals Barbara Kositsky Dorthy Lockwood Emily Matolka Theresa Monaco Marjorie Moore Susan Murray Jean O'Neil Patricia Rivenburg Rose Rossi Dorla Saddlemire GLEE CLUB Baer, Anita Barno, Marilyn Begeal, Sally Berry, Nancy Brian, Sandra Bucheck, Nancy Burns, Sheila Cannavino, Christina Christiansen, Linda Ciacelli, Georgianna Ciccarelli, Rose Marie Clark, Carolyn Cole, Jane Cornell, Brenda Crowley, Sandra DiTommaso, Rosemarie Dyer, Sandra Ellis, Rena Fern, Nancy Fiacco, Mary Gallagher, Mary Gibson, Sharon Hanafin, Carole Haycook, Marlene Howard, Margaret Under the skillful- direction of Mrs. Ruth Hughes, the U-E Choir has presented a number of success- ful programs this year. Although there was no Christmas concert this year, the Chair sang at the Kiwanis and Rotary Christmas luncheons, as well as presenting a Christmas pro- gram for an assembly. They also recorded at the local radio station, WENE, Christmas songs which were played throughout the holiday sea- son. ,. 1. J' Hultslander, Carol Johns, Lois lllig, Jean Johnson, Barbara Ingalls, Virginia King, Carol Jackson, Sandra Kowalewski, Barbara Jennings, Hannah Kyle, Carol 50 ,tw E ' .44 Meeting every Tuesday and Thursday, the Girls' Glee Club under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Hughes, has helped train many girls for future participation in the U-E Choir and greater goals. The girls have U-E CHOIR The annual Spring Concert was presented in conjunction with the orchestra and band this year and highlighted by the presentation ot Sigmund Ramberg's operetta, "The Desert Song," as well as by other selections. The graduating seniors will cer- tainly have a fine year to remem- ber and many pleasant memories connected with this year's Choirt Beverly Scudder Sandra Belo, accompanist Helen Selanich Paula Bochnalc, accompanist Suzanne Sturzenegger Elizabeth szediock BASSES Palma Vivona Robert Borromei Beverly Walter Edwin Brigham Nancy Ward Richard Darpino Darlene Wovkulich Philip DiOrio GLEE CLUB x.L.gi v 6 . ttsii to . in 'J ,Q Q? 2 done a fine job in selecting their nQ9,K0Y pieces for the Spring Concert and ifiisgllgino presenting them. With such excel- OCDg,Wo,, Euan lent voices, we are sure that y Materese, Joanne will continue to achieve succesfili' 'Sl i A li 7 M ., -Q - McConnell, Louisa McNaughton, Cathy Misulich, Margaret Mosca, Edda Musa, Filomena 4- l, Karl Essig George Evan Dean FeDora Gregory Fusco Thomas Honnick Bill LaGrange John Lockett George Mudry Ronnie Naylor Francis Pezzolla William Pezzutti John Salemme Ralph Titus Dennis Wood Kent Wurth TENORS Joseph Barbara Bernard Brigham Robert Clune Joel Conwicke Carmine Cresente Richard Hartman Virginia Havrilka Thomas Hermiz Thomas Hopko William lvan Richard Kadlecik David Mandyck Kenneth McDavit Robert Parke Wayne Redolphy Walter Szachara Newcomb, Jeanie Noce, Anne Marie Oliver, Connie O'Neil, Jackie Petrilli, Marie Powell, Marjorie Ramer, Lyle Ross, Bonnie Sergi, Roseanne Sgobba, Edith Shelton, Mary Shima, Geraldine Slade, Barbara Snover, Marilyn Swartwout, Barbara VanOrder, Scarlett Vultaggio, Frances Walter, Amy Waples, Mary Waters, Patsy Webb, Nancy Westover, Ruth Williams, Carol Willis, Sharon ORCHESTRA BRASS SECTION TRUMPETS TROMBONES FRENCH HORNS TUBA Aldo Borromei Acton Ostling, Jr. Sam Pisani Thomas Dayton Richard Greet Bruce Dent Mary Clark Franklin Sinclair Carolyn Bierly Paula Bochnalc Dean Masland Nelson Woodard John Cevette Edward deVente if Z ff ff lf X ll 229172 Zi Wvg VIOLIN SECTION 52 The U-E Orchestra has completed one more successful season after participating in numerous activities. Besides playing for the many school assemblies, it has presented two annual programs. At the Winter Concert, the orchestra played "Waltz of the Flowers" from the "Nut- cracker Suite," "El ReIicario" by Jose Patilla, and "The Russian SaiIor's Dance" by Gliere. Aldo Bor- romei was trumpet soloist in "Pa- vanne" by Morton Gould, and Mario Darpino played Von Weber's "Con- certino" for clarinet. At the Spring Concert, the orches- PERCUSSION I, VIOLINS Virginia Havrilka Nancy Bidwell Janet Mack Reese Kintzing David Bouton George Fiasco James Miller Paul Cahill Mary Ellen Weiland Alice Shaffer Thomas Honnick Lois Johns Eva Cole , ..Ju, tra played "March MiIitaire" by Shubertg "Overture to the Impe- sario" by Mozartg "Dark Eyes," arranged by Philip Langg "The Girl I Lett Behind Me" from Leroy An- derson's "lrish Suite"g and "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" by Jerome Kern. Betty Peabody and Darla Saddle- mire were soloists in "MeIanchoIie d'Amour" by Caix d'Hervelois for oboe and bassoon. To complete an already full schedule, the orchestra played for the students of the George Washing- ton and Endwell Junior High Schools. 4,65 SECTION PERCUSSION Hugh Frail James Mosca Harold Crawford FLUTES Avis Reines Kathleen Kinney Lois Rappaport OBOES Betty Peabody Ann Tuttle BASSOON Dorlo Saddlemire TYMPANI Ray Iannone SAXOPHONES John Felice Ronald Hummel CLARINETS Mario Darpino - Gregory Fusco Donna Stratton John Rossi Frank Hoffman BASS CLARINET Clayton Lowe I psrmgblfdwefaf is-Q20 O PRWJIQQBQLQN XVI ?9'4'-we 1 if O VIOLAS Mary Shelton Jane VanDusen Beverly Scudder 3 CELLOS Marilyn Gumble Helen Selonich William Solomon BASSES Mary Ann Russell Nick Longo Ray Butler WOODWIND SECTION 53 CONCERT BAND NETS cLfSRl This year the Concert Band mem- bers worked hard and were rewarded by a successful presentation ot their 'annual Spring Concert on May Zi. Three of the numbers that Mr. Acton E. Ostling, director, chose for this event were: "Me and Juliet" by Richard Rodgers, the overture "Italian in Algiers" by Rossini, and CLARINETS Donna Stratton Earl Jackson Gregory Fusco John Rossi Angelo Anthony Bontempo Carolyn King Janet McCarty Marilyn Gumble Frank Hoffman Joseph Giallo Shirley Ripic Dorothy Lockwood Angelo Joseph Bantempo Gordon Holland Mary Scrutari Carol Closkey Elizabeth Cornell Barbara Oakley Dawn Kittle Joyce Haynes Richard Kadlecik Theresa Steenburg Bonnie Ross LOW WOODW I NDS UTE5 PERCUSSION ALTO CLARINET Vincy DeMatteis BASS CLARINET Clayton Lowe BASSOON Dorla Saddlemire SAXOPHONES James Thorne Joe Trpik Lyle Romer John Felice Vincent Pittarelli Phyllis Coons Ronald Hummel PERCUSSION James Mosca Hugh Frail Lawrence Beauter Roy lannone BOES 0 ' Betty Peabody N Ann Tuttle FLUTES Mary Ann Russell Avis Reines Kathleen Kinney Lois Rappaport Jane Angevine Sue Sturzenegger Robert Avery f Bellstedt's "La Mandolinata" with Acton E. Ostling, Jr., as baritone soloist. Besides the annual concert, the band presented thoroughly enjoyed programs at the George Washington Junior High School on February Z6 and the George F. Johnson School on March 5. Jack Lawton HORNS Sam Pisani Mary Clark Paula Bochnak Connie Carlson Jack Civette Edward deVente Phyllis Hamm Shirley Winters SECTION BASSES Nick Longo Joel ConWicke Tom Dayton Richard Oakley Gerald Pease CORNETS Aldo Borromei Richard Greet Vince Deraco Franklin Sinclair Leonard Gigante Raya Gower Carmine Crescente George Magur John Pipta Edward Henneman Janet Edwards coNcERT BAND y 4 4 Y BARITONES Acton Ostling, Jr Joseph Tedeschi Ray Butler TROMBONES Bruce Dent Carolyn Bierly Nelson Woodard James Bunker Ray Perkins Larry Dyer 3-is-4"' TRUMPETS Dean Masland Celeste Maggiore Richard Stethers Jack Benjamin 'ffl A 1."':!6 '7'yf,5J.,77 ,., I y ,v S J I I -f f .1 1 M ffm Ef'1'Mdf-' M J 1-.,.fpd1 ,LL 3542 fum 1 Ag " ' A iff' -' 1, ' 'ze Ly' I. -1 RENCH fi . .1 R342 7?-eg . Ho Mez, , A chbf I .. , ND T 'flsifz rf UBAS iii! 72 TROMBONES AND BARITONES 6 , if F coRNET5 "DOWNBEAT" "FAR ABOVE A trombonist who composed and scored a march gets a chance to direct the orchestra's perform- ance of his composition. "SECOND TO NONE" Leigh Allard, Patricia Airey and Luciano Rizzi, last year's Arion Music Award winners admire this token of their outstanding achieve- ments in the music organizations. "SLlDUS TROMBON US" E L ,X 'i .wr A Q i Q v n fgfwg w..' K, N H 'i"f" H L. - sf'- BAND DAY AT CORNELL For many years the University of Michigan has sponsored a "Band-Day," and many high school bands in the vicinity of the University have been invited to attend a game and put on a half-time show. Cornell University decided to start a similar movement this year and invited over thirty high school bands to Schoellkopf Field for the Cornell- Rice game. The bands all gathered on the field before the game and played two marches. They also played a few marches during the quarter time- outs and after the Cornell band's half-time show. As you can see from the picture, U-E had the largest band attending this first "Band-Day" at Cornell. "ALL-SET FOR ALL-STATE" f Mr. Ostling and his trombone class are the only ones who get along by letting things "slide," This group of musicians is talking over plans to attend the All-State Band, Orchestra and Choir Festival that was held for this area at Elmira. CAYUGA'S WATERS" "PIPES OF PAN" -'P :- TP "" ' . it ""' ncnnquun' "?"":' .v ' ' rv 0 uf 5 , Lis 3. If 1' , .A 1 .. f we at 'J x I 'fl I :I+-"Y .......... i -ds: ,if A- .....,........-.. .. , 1 A f w r 1 , - ell, .fr -- -f 3..- .gigs-gag:--,' Q",f1g,-I-,TAT--.gf,ft .f in -A ' ff - M .-. fsfv .gf.g,'.-Q3.1gg'I.e 'iffifgffgfge gf Arjgifjt ig -i.s f E'w Q5 " A jim iii 775 f r i - - H A tl ll 5 g' A mul, Q Yi . - QL! 1 s ll i 2:44 3 Di, ,H ,IQ R f JT -' 5- 1 ' 1 -4 is . '1 'r I , , F x 1 -- .W -A ' gi .4 L . ,r --v 'ik M Y Q.. -qi :Q-5312 it is lwf vml 4: 1'l121L3 . if -af - ,, ,f'fl-'16-f r A , "lf 'f 'FU ' A it E 'l - H1 ' Aififiiii-7'i,i,1f , f 1 5... ei , ' -'15'?a ii'F , Jai, kk . Q ' I 3'llfi'l1I? .V Efsvsf-2,,jj5rr:r ','fir:pt5"f' + if-4 TTL .", ff' -'l . """ ""' 'H ' - "vlQ:1i:'Tl4f"'T'mr,RTT'T . TT El it V 5 . f . , W I f lil? i if ' st R ' gi Mr, Stahl attempts to straighten out the errors and assist these flute players in the mastery of their music during a weekly class lesson, "STRANGE THINGS ARE 4? 'ii ,fl HAPPENINGH N5'9'x":ffk'- , MF' 'Vi-Q A ' 'ff wt . ssr nfl R , 5 Maior Clayton Low 7 Nick Longo finally discovers the reason for the strange music he has recently gotten from his sousa- "TWO HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE" Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Callahan discuss some new ideas for their part in U-E's music program. 'ls . iii phone. HSHOULDERING THE BAND WHEEL" .il 3 S N i . 4. 1 Qi . ' .s 1 I 1 f f ' 3 , 1 . Noi . 1 t ' ' 5 ' TT A lm' az L' 'N I - 1. if T -X 'K+ ff -N ' -. A E i Xl 0 ' 51 This group of band members is an call to keep track of all equipment and to assure smooth rehearsals. at S CELEBRATING TWENTY-FIVE "TOKEN OF REMEMBRANCEH Committee Chairman Richard Lamon presents Mr. Ostling with a trophy representing the sec- tions of the organizations he has taught. ln the foreground is guest speaker Elvin Freeman. THE BANQUET On May l, l953, occurred the celebration of twenty-five years of U-E high school bands. ln honor of Mr. Acton E, Ostling, who has directed the band each of these twenty-five years, a committee, made up of band and drum corps alumni, planned a tribute banquet. This committee, headed by Mr. Richard Lamon, worked for over a year in order to make this dinner a success, sent out letters and telegrams, made phone calls, and tried to contact every past member of these two organizations, even those in other parts of the world. Mr. Elvin Freeman, a friend of Mr. Ostling's in college, a sousaphone player for many years with the Sousa and Pryor bands, a man who has been very active in New York State school music, was selected as guest speaker. On banquet night, over five hundred past members of the band and drum corps with their friends and families filled the E-J Recreation Center for a ham dinner in Mr. Ostling's honor. Mr. Freeman gave a very amusing and interesting talk, which contained some experiences he had had and stories he knew about the honored guest. Richard Lamon, chairman, presented Mr. Ostling with a unique trophy which contained parts of three instruments to represent the various groups that Mr. Ostling has taught. Mr. Ostling was also given a three-speed console record player from the alumni and present band. Band and drum corps alumni who made up the general committee were: Mr. Douglas Burt, Mr. Francis Goss, Mr. Richard Lamon, Mr. Edgar Marthens, Mr, Philip Taylor, Mr. Lee Bishop, and Mr. Banks Koch. lt was a very enjoyable occasion for all who turned out to pay tribute to Mr. Ostling's twenty-five years as "Our Director." "WlTH ONE ACCORD" "THE HEAD TABLE" This is a view of the more than five hundred per- The members of the committee, Mr. and Mrs. sons that attended Mr. Ostling's Tribute Reunion. Ostling, and participating guests seated at the head table. 58 YEARS OF TIGER BANDS "ALL TAKE A Bow" Mr. Elvin Freeman acknowledges the applause and presents the bond after his appearance as guest conductor. "THE OLD AND THE NEW" This is a balcony view of the returning alumni, combined with the high school band to present the second portion of the concert. THE CONCERT Since this was the twenty-fifth band concert and also Mr. OstIing's twenty-fifth year, it was decided that the tribute banquet and band concert should be a combined affair. It was also decided that the alumni should be invited back to perform at this concert. After many months of preparation, the "all-band" concert was ready. The first part of the concert was presented by the regular high school band. This portion was highlighted by the reappearance of Mr. Elvin Freeman, who conducted two numbers. It is interesting to note that the band had never been over these numbers with the guest conductor, but they were on their toes and followed him al- most as if he were Mr. Ostling. In Part ll of the con- cert, all the alumni who wanted to return and play a group of selec- tions with the high school band were in- vited. They played a program which included the first march ever played by a U-E Band, the first descriptive piece, the first novelty, etc. Peter Turkow, a drum soloist who once won first division at a national contest, re- peated the performance FEATURING ENDlCOTT'S FIRST ClTIZEN" j 1 7 Endicott's Mayor C. Burdette Parkhurst, who is also a physical education instructor at U-E, en- ters at the finale of "A Hunting Scene," one of the combined band's selections. 59 of that solo. A cornet trio, whose members live in this area and still play their instru- ments, repeated the performance of a trio that also received a first division at a na- tional contest. The whole concert was ended by the playing of a stirring march. This piece was written by Mr. Ostling and is the only march of its kind, for in the finale it combines the colonial fifes and drums with the band. All in all, the banquet and concert combination proved a thrilling evening and a grand experience for all concerned. BUILDING A BAND SHOW S I IIV"i"'s-gg Q I9 'I-l-n1?srzi"- f 1 0 0 A, 3 ,vi 'Y 40 50 40 30 -LINS El' S -3 --- .., Ll?.'.El!.l-.Q- .. ..--..- --- 609' 'Wo QQ 0 0 -gms nr, st o We st' so T 40 50 40 , 30 PLANNING The picture above shows the device that is used by our directors, Mr. Ostling and Mr. Stahl, for planning a half-time pageant. This set contains a scale-model football field and a number of small metal men and is used to observe just how a formation will look from the stadium. Figure A is a replica of a chart Mr, Stahl uses to aid him in placing band mem- bers. This chart shows a football field as if one were directly over the fifty-yard line. Note that the formation looks too high and elongated. This is necessary so that the formation will look right when viewed from the stadium as in Figure B. This formation is one that was part of the marching band's "Heart of the West" show, the western steer complete with rolling eyes, More planning goes into a football show than one would realize, and our hats are off to Mr. Ostling and Mr. Stahl, who have planned and will continue to plan the best half-time pageantry in this area. REHEARSING This picture at the right shows Mr. Stahl conducting the band during a Tuesday re- hearsal. Planning is just part of building a band show, and drilling on the field is only part of producing this show. A "perfectly marched" show is very ineffective with poor music, this also works the other way. Although most of the drill goes on marching, the band must still spend one rehearsal on the "music i for half-time" during the football season. Mr. Stahl and Mr. Harrison Schmoll are the "drilI masters" of the band, and we are grateful to them for their outstanding job. 60 K x x ORGANIZATIONS I cannot but remember such things were, thot were most precious to me.-Shokespeore 5 6-'. X .1 2 X S 0 G1 M As Z' 5 dl'-W , ffl' xg lgg 5 K - - , - ffl? 7 . I ' is ,ll x A HQ lg Nl kxtkix XX? fx W! f'- x -5 ' V. J O x N, F1 1 X A' :ll,...u- - ' I, 2' I 1 - -' I ,tu-.-..--"' . - ' ' mg fx jg-R IIA! x if .f x - - - ' pk iq. I S x-X XE n I ' 1 ff x ' ' ' ' - T ,v' I .I I I I 1 F ' ' i -5 fu 1 I I , x - 1 I N : N i 1,99 KX K X x K . N I , SAS 1 I-I' X X LU F ix H P, 4 X I 1 .' .JN E 'II ,W - X K - 1 ,. ..., , I lg D , ' x I. q A JJ. 4 Nh- -lu.. , ska-km-" N ll I I x ' I, X K x . xu-' -q, K I I III I I x N 'imma Q 1 f L . , f X I I rx - " Ts I K , K 1 I ' I 5 I X K I K I X 1 I, I ' Q C x . IKN ,- x x I".l'. 'iu.I ,K I It I ' - ' I I V K I f 1 . K K A K K . ' I 1 ' I I I g . I X Y ' - r f I I 1 f f I I 1 ' x Q x X I I I I I . K, xx x K L .. I, I ' I N 'N 1 , , 0 J 1 I - , V- 0 ' . 5 I, I MSU 0 V I, M x X " I , I ..A xx II 'I 0 I X x x Ks - tk . ' C' , y llxx - .1 X gxx-I' xx X , 'rc III dk I L L X XXII. - N xxx ,,-.. ' X I soc? Im 1 1Lf. I x ' I r N 0 K xl K I xv I Q0 K L I 4 I 6 I TRI-HI CLUB The Tri-Hi Girls' Club is the largest and the most active of our school's organizations. This, its twenty-third year, was successfully completed under the direction of its founder, Miss Gladys Mersereau, girls' counselor. This year two hundred girls joined Tri-Hi. Among its numerous activities are sports. Last year in June, six girls who had the highest final scores in archery were chosen to compete at Syracuse with others from the state. Archery, bowling, card-playing, and swimming have been popular this year. Tri-Hi sponsors three annual dances-the "All U-E Night," the Christmas Formal, and the Spring Formal, which were all successful this year. Last year in April, a group of girls, with Miss Hollister and Mrs. Vartuli as chaperons, took an educational trip to New York City, where they visited the United Nations Building, the Statue of Liberty, the Haydn Planetarium, and other interesting sights. This second affair was so successful that plans were made this year for a third trip. As this club realizes the importance of further education, it has maintained the Col- lege Loan Fund. Several former Tri-Hi members have been assisted by this fund. Best of luck to Tri-Hi Club, '54-'55l ARCHERY FOOTBALL QUEEN -L, 1 i uv Top: Theresa Monaco, Carolyn Clark, Mary . Louise Lojpersberger, Mary Clark, Carolyn Bierly, Carol Williams, Mary Jane Morris. Kneeling: Emily Matolka, Nancy Ward, Doanne Chwalow. TRI-Hl BOWLING Donna Hills, our l9S3 football queen is crowned at the Thanksgiving Dance by Robert Daglio and Joseph Barbara, football captains. This large group of Tri-Hi girls meets every week at the Knights of Columbus Bowling Alleys for an enjoyable hour of bowling. 62 J: .rii ..., ,fuj m, ,.., ,.,. . f.QL.ffIf3 OFFICERS A 2222: Seated: Theresa Monaco, president. Standing: Georgianna Ciocelli, re- porter, Barbara Phillips, secretary, Patricia Gyles, treasurer, Joyce Eng- lish, vice-president. """""Hmnwm2 E I l. fx TRLHI A 4v-' I , ,... ,g CLUB .. 5 'ie , BASKETBALL QUEEN BRIDGE Edward Bilek crowns Suzanne Mersereau, Here are: Mary Shelton, Marjorie Moore, l953 basketball queen, as Marilyn Frey, Susan Daly, and Debra Simmonds trying l952 queen, watches with William Popelka, their hand at a game of bridge under the basketball captain, direction of Miss Hollister, FOOTBALL QUEEN CANDIDATES lgrs' - 1 Wj ?,, A '- , 4' f, 3 T f ' A T N , I ' 4123-:33???s,- 0' , - , ly JK 0 3 ,NN ,f ,.,,., - 1 'WVVTY .....y..... ,nw , . Nunn www- 2 I I I I 1 ' I l I 'rfb' f 'aff QX JJLLLLLLLF' fy 1 Y , f1reiE4Tf-11:1 A 'x ' X X V f,sS ll Tkiiggieegswf Q' egfhr Q s ay... Q ,g F' - Y A lie Ii, at J, Top, center: Donna Hills, i953 football queen. Clockwise: Agnes Barno, Joan Ciotoli, Susan Daly, Georgiana Decker, Kay English, Bar- bara Kasitsky, Barbara LaBelle, Joan 4' "' 63 F, 9 N. 3 Meeker, Jo-Anne Miner, Theresa Monaco, Marjorie Moore, Rose Marie Pitarra, Patricia Rossi, Gay Rought, Debra Simmonds, Julie Suchy, Rita Wickizer. FRENCH CLUB . .,. .,1.-. L1.ww- . , - 'Dl'!rl'9ll'll1l "M'3l0l3l'9l9lo ' ' .M , TCW,-9-0-9-T fi-,ig-11:52,-ri-2 1-11-::? . , .- I' w I ' flag 471 he :is-I MTI' .5 JCE:-42. Seated: Catherine McNaughton, Mary Bussa, Georgia Machotka, Robert Parke, John Selner, Barbara Welsh, Susan Murray. Standing: Susan Daly, Sandra Stone, Debra Simmonds, Frances Fairchild, Carolyn King, Barbara Phillips, Carol Hanafin, Margaret Malia, Celeste Maggiore, Miss Mealy, Ruth Anne Selner, Barbara Silway, Nancy Sawicki, Rose Marie Pitarra, Jo-Anne Miner, Paula Bochnak. The Senior Latin Club although late "Le Cercle Francais," as the French Club is called by its members, began in the autumn of '53. Under the excellent direction of Miss Janet Mealy, it con- tinues to be as enterprising a group as it was in the past. With two male mem- bers and more sophomores than usual helping to form the club, the members elected John Selner, president, Barbara Welsh, vice-president, Susan Murray, secretary, and Robert Parke, treasurer. annual French Cafe Dance in the spring of '54, lt also endeavored to be more of an unselfish and beneficial group by sending a CARE package to a family in France. Although French has never been spoken at the meetings, the group at- tempted to improve itself in the under- standing of French and the country of France. They were aided in this when they attended a lecture for all the lan- guage groups, given by Miss Josephine The French Club met each first andfjtl lftvno, C mml-"'llfY AmbC'550Cl0V' ' lf third Friday of the month and held it SENIOR LATIN CLUB x this past year in forming, accomplished much in the meetings held monthly. As there were three groups of members within the club, James Cuddy was elected consul, representing the fourth year students, Michael Beirne was elected tribune from the Cicero students, and John Mee was elected aedile to represent those who had taken third year Latin but were not continuing into a fourth year. The group of about twenty-nine, not only learned more interesting facts about Latin and its history, but also endeavored to be a good social club as well. Under Miss HoIlister's experienced guidance, the club celebrated St. Valen- tine's Day with reports about the history of the day and true lovers from mythol- ogy. They celebrated the ldes of March with reports and a discussion of Caesar's life. Also, they attended the lecture for language groups, given by Miss Josephine Rano, Community Ambassador, and bene- fited much from her talk about her trip to Europe. x sf! ,if ix First row: Alice Shaffer, Susan Fish, Nancy Malowicky, James Cuddy, Michael Beirne, John Mee, Hazel Depew, Nancy Sawicki, Tina Starikov. Second row: Ethel Harmon, Phillip Colella, Bob Walters, Bruce Dent, David Titus, Jerry Orman, Robert Clune, Michael Colella, Mary Emmons. Third row: Frances Fairchild, Susan Murray, Dovid Man- dyck, William Cunningham, Matthew Brown, Dick Klotz, Sandra Belo, Avis Reines, James Warner. 64 The Friendship Club, under the guid- ance of Miss Coveney, had a very busy year. lt joined the National Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. During the year the members raised money for the club by putting on a bake sale, The girls had a party at Christmas time. The club sent a CARE package to a needy person in Europe. The officers of the club, chosen by the members, are Susan Fish, president, Antoinette Scru- fari, vice-president, and Sandra Varga, secretary. FRIENDSHIP CLUB 1 wat s gg - at , , L ,J , ,,t, 3' ' L- ...Lf , t,..:r--11: -f-ff -"JW w J' WV' ,..Jf Front row: Susan Fish, Antoinette Scrufari, Sandra Varga, Joanne Materese, Judy Armstrong. Back row: Marge Misulich, Jean Bosley, Mary Ann Rus- sell, Mary Lou Scrufari, Patricia Vill, Carol Young, Ver- onica Seltzer. "' JUNIORL RED,. CROSS t'.L fC .,, i i I 0 l 1 . 9 Front row, left to righti Sandra McVannon, Carol Hults- lander, lrene Fetcenko, Marlene Becker, Carol Lawton, Jack Benjamin, Janice Hankinson. Under the direction of Mrs, Vartuli, the Junior Red Cross undertook sev- eral projects this year, First, it elected its officers: Carol Lawton, presidentg Marlene Becker, vice-president, Irene Fetcenko, secretaryj Jack Benjamin, treasurer. Next, it held a drive in the form of a membership contest. MissVogelgsang's l IO and Mrs. Dodge's Zl 3 won, with Mr. Anderson's lO2 close-by in third place. This drive resulted in the enrollment of P1 1 Back row, left to right: Joyce Brigham, Dorothy Sargent, Hazel Depew, Sandra Churo, Fai Mai Quan, Wayne Van- lnwegen, June Tambeau, Alma Goodrich, William Wood, Jovina Vincelli, James Thorne, Nancy Clark, Gail Grimes. the entire school for the first time in the Junior Red Cross. Next, the Junior Red Cross sponsored the Sadie Hawkins' Day Dance to which members from the high schools in the Triple Cities were invited. Lastly, the club sponsored the Art Project, in which they exchanged posters with a European country. The purpose of this project was to promote better rela- tions between countries. STUDENT ' 'J i gm ., L,'L I .-,- f r LL. . , . A , V b T 1 1 mf lf as 4-rf : Q l '71 T i T T ' 7,,- f in Jiug ' L' igif-'W V IQ T Robert Bcitchlw Theodore Kucera Rifo Lesko , .lovce English Theresa M all QI.. G-P , V g VL'hL . if g V N T 'Sw-Jfy 4' if iW 'h l at f l l MYW ' ' , J F 42.4 Patrick O'l3fle"' Michael Bleme Robert Hulr i A Slander P - 1. NOTXCY Officio H Opko fr, fb . ,ixn W,:t: x W Q'.ya?x ,i ' 4 K 'I . . L T 2, . William Ivan J K Lh Fred Conno ome5 Cuddy R 5 . Ose lik mOri . Gene Mo I.. , IS Cfccioren 5 1 'A , S41 M'- Cro 'T Oks-Fqc I 1 i r U fy Advis .4--- ' ' ffffi'-'35-TSLLLY T 4 -:L .. '4 ' '11,--f " .r"T ,1 17 L Tri Q? S YNQN- s ,, ' --: 35552-Q:-2'1.gs.M It --.....Q":3h-aQ, Z, 1 4ff,f'f f 1: 2I'l-SL be - l, --I---"5-. The Student Government, which has become an institution of the highest standing in U-E, has proved to be a government organized in the finest American tradition. There are two bodies-the Senate, elected from the individual classes, and the House of Representa- tives, elected from each homeroom. The Senate meets the fifth period each Monday, and t th fifth eriod each Tuesday, under the skilled direc- the House of Representatives mee s e p tion of Mr. Crooks. GOVERNMENT I-l ouse of' e sent-on-i V, W -I K ,,h -'t" -i,V , S , Q , M I, Emmons Thomas Vllilson B l l x , JudY,Gxxxette C Y Ofbqfo Johnson J .NG Mollica s 0Cklyr7 Gale l 'l'9l , , V .QQ , 3 J 4 , 6, 5 S - BI k l . Ji V! l Eckert David Wheeler One OC Christina Connq - 0 eevef Y WHO PQMC. Rav Ffolmo .ef - O Somers ' my ln, - Tvs w-' 5 1 A ' ' Ve V, tu In E A 4? , .. ' V S ' e: Elizabeth Szedlock COFIO Evangellsll Helen Pipta ' Vf' if 1 -mWicl4iz Jqck Q , th l4ocil's Rl 1 ' O Bf'en RU T" -mf? ' .8 i 'ff vi' 9 I 1 - .--- 3 . AS ii .. V lr . '13 A 1 V Anim Beck Margaret Sochor Nor C Q Q M POTfVlCiO Nestor on EWS-7lOnd W'yk W D Peter Sylvester C T I , V Kay Logronge . , , - it T lil S . , is - Fl? C ' ' , i W- , .tg ,,'L It S3332 . 3, ,W 1 '75 , L ' ZE. A . Mochotko Peter Barbara Palma Vivono Barbara B 0 . b jst S ' GeofQlO " -it-----e:,,,:,-, T 'F .. O'SOSk I ' -V Worflel ,,iii1' L "'f'7fT1tj' -- S+ y Gale W fl' ' lowes ,fgQ5?ffrf i' ood Sl tl , -,-' .V I I- I QQDN Q Ownlivs With William Ivan as president, presiding over the Senate, Theresa Monaco as secre- tary of the Senate, and with Ray Fratino as Speaker of the House, the group attended this year several Student Council conferences for all high schools in the Triple Cities. During the Christmas season, it continued last year's policy and decorated the school with lights, thus adding to the town's decorations. The many dances which contributed t " treasury, established a scholarship fund and o the Councils was most proud of its adopting a war orphan. 67 TECHNICAL CLUB www f.4 an-mum Front row: James Blakslee, Douglas Koban, Joseph Pukancik, William Cheney. Standing in second row: Mr. Richard Klett, faculty Swartwood, Richard Klett, Dominic Felice, Ronald ringer, Robert Lorence, Edward deVente, Richard Woodruff, faculty adviser. Vivana, Ronald Phillips, Robert Ziemba, Rudolph adviser, Richard Yaumans, Robert Senisko, Rodney Mrva, Ralph Kocik, Wayne Lindblom, Ray Fah- Tyler, Earl Jackson, Richard DeMore, Mr. John Third row: Mr. James Longwell, faculty adviser, Lloyd Correll, Kenneth Jones, Ronald Jordan, Walter Szarchara, Charles Sakowsky, Paul Koman, Charles Bradt, Bruce Vanl-lorn. U l 4 , lf: Mr. J. N, Langwell and Emery Gas- parek about to board the plane en route to Detroit, as outstanding award winners of The National Industrial Arts Awards Contest. Emery Gasparek was one of the three students in New York State who were winners of outstanding achieve- ment awards in 1953, Mr. Longwell was one of two teachers in New York State to win this honor. The winning project was a drill jig on which Emery worked in Machine Design Class and Machine Shop. Emery and his shop teacher were awarded outstanding achievement awards for the high quality of work- manship shown in building the project Technical Students who received recognition for shop projects and drawings 'entered in the National Industrial Arts Awards Contest. Seated, left to righti Joseph Giallo and Richard Starr. Standing: Dale Bennett, Joseph Funari, and Donald Weller. Others honored but not in the picture are John Nasal, and Emery Gasparek. The area chapter of the American Society of Tool Engineers awarded a "Tool Engineer's Hand- book" to Robert de Vente, who was selected by o committee of technical teachers as the technical graduate of the Year judged to be most likely to succeed in technical work. The Technical Club awarded SS to Willard Mc- Carty, who was selected by the committee of technical teachers as the outstanding technical graduate ofthe year. 68 V,,. 1 ' A V .mi f, . :L ff . . ITALIAN CLUB 12g ,', ttf is ,lf-NU I ,: XA Lflt if :If if lu- '3L1I,p - I--it ,fufftlgl 'I lb ,re I I' 'I I I 'fly ft ,JW I 'I 1 ' 1 W1 .V uv- , ' I' 'TV f l II I 'III 'f 'I KM Iiifxi NI ILIII I I1 ix JI IIIILI Ii I Front row: Philomena Santarelli lstandingl, Gina Diorio, Palma "' 3' - Vivona, Albino Foglia, Christina Cannavino, Shirley Vallone, V--Nijh - 14 T Delia Todini, Agatha Curatolo. -'fi5Q 'TTT Back row: Gina Fiacco, Mary Cicchini, Dorothea Pitarra, Virginia ff" "T Mollica, Grace Palmisano, Rosemarie DiTommaso, Rosemarie Ciccarelli, Adelina Alimonti, Edda Mosca, Patricia Hopko, An- toinette Frate. The goal of the Italian Club is to understand the Italian language better, to promote understanding of another nation, and to plan activities in which the members wish to engage. The officers of the club are: President, Judy Pero, vice-president, Filomena Santarellig secretary-treasurer, Agatha Curatolo. One of the main activities of the organization is to sponsor a dance, which has become a yearly affair. SPANISH CLUB Front row: Joyce Anderson, Joanne Stage, John Mee, Albino X S-111 Foglia, Marlene Crego. 4, , "2 Back row: Patricia Nestor, Ann Shelepek, John Sterling, Clayton 4 ,fl I "JB A 5. - - gtg, Lowe, Helen Pipta, Jane Angevine, Donna Tarnowski. , L Q ,V-' gr 'Q--A . ' A f -45, -:Q 11 X ' dw - 1,3 V J K X fire, :TIT Q elm ,TTT T R " X u The principal aim ofthe Span- ish Club this year was to promote better understanding of the Span- ish Ianguage and of Spanish cul- MIM-E ture. The club is under the super- vision of Mr. Carl Zonio. Its officers are John Mee, president, Jo Ann Stage, vice-president, and Albino Foglia, secretary - treas- Ufef. The group heard several in- formative talks during the year about Mexico and Spain. Mr. Guiseppe Maccarrone, Chief of the Division of Administrative Career, Ministry of Education, Italy, advised the members how to improve national understand- ing between our country and those abroad. 69 1 KEY CLUB I -4 c Q' LQ? 5 ..i it 055 CQNATN J Seated, left to right: Acton Ostling, Philip Colella, Ronald Hummel, James Cuddy, Ray- 3 J mond Fratino, Edwin Gent, George Magur. Second row: Peter Sylvester, Michael Beirne, David Bouton, Reese Kintzing, Robert Hults- lander, Patrick O'Brien, Robert Walters, Richard Hover, Robert Bovier, Clayton Lowe. Third row: Michael Colella, David Stevens, Carlo Evangelisti, David Titus, Hubert Smith, Ronald Terpak, James Cahill, William Cunningham. The Key Club is an international organization, sponsored by Kiwanis in cooperation with the school, to build the leaders of tomorrow. Key Club members are chosen according to their leadership ability and scholastic stand- ing in the school. The Club holds its dinner meetings each Monday in Room l4. The Club's meetings are under the direction of James Cuddy, president, Raymond Fratino, vice-president, Edwin Gent, secretary, Ronald Hummel, treasurer, and Philip Colella, sergeant-at-arms. A large amount of the Club's work is accomplished during the meetings, but most of it is done by organized committees. Mr. Thurber, a member of the high school faculty, and Mr. Leasure, chairman of the Kiwanis Key Club Committee, are the Club's advisers. Some ofthe Club's activities this year are: publishing and selling programs at home games, monitoring at fire drills, presenting money to the Christmas fund for needy families, and ushering at Open House. With its capable leaders and advisers, the Key Club is destined for another year of success. COMMERCIAL CLUB q E2 -I 20 Eli? 6 T i A .F I r . ,' mll'La ' 'Ta L S Wlaolfsbglp-9 W , 35l"fii1i325'?. T :Q X 3'!v'Q?gQL-QPF? - fill? X - M Genie ' ,L -' .Wk QT Tk Front row: Shirley Vollone, Noreen Swindler, Kathleen Oak- ley, Phyllis Winters, Barbara Slade, Barbara Casteline, Mar- lene Haycook, Sally Begeal, Mary Bussa. Second row: Carol Brain, Joyce Reardon, Darlene Wovkulich, Rita Lenka, Anna Quercia, Vivian Gage, Antoinette Tan- zini, Nancy Buchek, Jacqueline McPherson. Back row: Christina Cannavino, Dawn Pierce, Josephine Manoli, Barbara Campbell, Jacquel-yn' Burbank, Marianne Misulich, Jan Hankison, Joyce Cooper, Sue Lucia, Patricia Zwirek, Annmarie Dzupinka, Alice Sze- zepanski, Filomena Musa, Carol Hultslander. This club is for the sophomore, junior, and senior students. Under the direction of Miss Kniskern, the members try to become better acquainted with the business life of the community. During the year, the club had various speakers who discussed the business world. The members went on field trips to observe first hand the business life of our community. Some of these trips took them to the Post Office, E. J. Sales Building, the Radio Station, and the Newspaper Office. . The Club's officers are Barbara Casteline, president, Barbara Slade, secretary, and Phyllis Winters, treasurer. 70 CREATIVE WRITING CLUB Seated: Irene Fetcenko, Carol Chestnut, Harry Koutoukas, Vincenzo DeMatteis. Standing: Charlotte Vander- mark, Paul Koutoukas. WW W?-' il l r ii il LC: KQV M iii I li Ziiiimm mmm it M I -tiillfliii lllllh, 'iii i ' ll ll Ill' I i 'J I ' 1-1557" 'll f ' f wiv up .r'r e ,L-L--.-i:?"'ftf2-1-----si Wg. This club of only six members, although the smallest organization in U-E, has diligently carried on the study of writing under the direc- tion of Mrs. Finch, head of the English Depart- ment. This small group meets in the cafeteria fifth period every other Monday. As assign- ments, the members have written word pic- tures, short stories, essays, poems, and plays. Officers of the club are Harry Koutoukas, president, Vincenza DeMatteis, vice-presi- dent, and Carol'Chestnut, secretary-treasurer. LIBRARY CLUB 'TD Lett to right: Gwen Labouseur, Mary Saroceno, Mary Bailey, Paul Koutoukas, Nancy Holland, Helene Williams, Edna Davis, .Ioan Mikolowski, Judith McCarthy, Linda Every. The Library Club, under the guidance of Miss Sick, learns the fundamentals of library work, such as shelving books, filing catalog cards, and writ- ing reviews of books, at which work each member is respon- sible for IZO hours. The club has social events held in private homes, At these get-togethers, they have in- structive programs with each pupil taking port. At these meetings, Helene Williams, president, presides. 7l Mary Bailey presents an artistic Library display, FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Bottom row, left to right: Robert Clouse, James Driscoll, Gale Bennett, Charles Manning, Kenneth Baldwin. Second row: Robert Ayers, George Edmunds, David Haines, Eugene Mason, Gerald Shirley, Gerald Coleman, Albert Fargnoli, John Mushock, Harry Wasneechak. Third row: Robert Morey, Bruce Rought, Robert Carlton, Raymond Muhlbauer, Edward Sick, Kenneth Robinson, Robert VanBurger. Future Farmers of America, which has the distinction of being the first club organ- ized in U-E, has always been one of the high school's most active organizations. The purpose of this club is to teach its members parliamentary procedure and to study local agricultural conditions. For the past two years, the Future Farmers Club has won the Broome-Tioga Agricul- ture Basketball Championship and hopes to be victor again next year. U-E's Future Farmers Judging Team has taken part in judging contests at Delhi, Mor- risville, Virgil, Candor and Homer. The group went in a body to Farm and Home Week at Cornell in March and took a week-end Easter vacation trip to Niagara Falls and Buffalo to go on an inspection tour of a feed mill, a slaughter house, and a fertilizer factory. OFFICERS 'xw "'GI'3,.'! ..- ,,,.,1 Edward Kopanski, sentinel, Robert Clause, secretary, Charles Manning, reporter, Gale Bennett, presi- dent, James Driscoll, treasurer, Kenneth Baldwin, vice-president, H. C. White, adviser. 72 The A ENTERTAINMENT? T ,Wfyrgw E ,V-wif if '27 , E' . mirth cmd fun grew fast ond furious. 7' V T 'f T ' -Robert Burns B, PWM 7 1' 7 V f I J fp, Q ' , ' lj! , Q . ' -L T """" ' X51 K i W jg T ik T r ' 'V ,gk H. '9 fff X Q Msvvktji cg M 73 "SUCCESSFUL PLANNERSH 5 1 ell l .2-3? 4' K W it X K X -lL-- W Joyce English, Rita Wickizer, Ted Kucero, Robert Hultslander, Carlo Evan- gelisti and Pat Hopko make up the com- , mittee that planned and put on our school dances. 6.4,a..,a-I.i.J, ,- '9 up 50,1 J Crgkzzj 96744444 i 4 ' C s.ssl J ccls J Q C. c.,.LL,,,3t.. HOP, HOP, HOP CH! APPLE JUICE AND SINKERS Gay Rought leads the way as these students perform a dance fad that swept the country-"The Bunny Hop." A crowded floor leads to a good time the Halloween dance. 74 James Warner, Jack O'Brien, Patricia Somers, Andy Hospodor, Carlo Evangelisti and Ted Kucera stop to serve themselves cider and doughnuts from the refresh- ment table at the Halloween dance. GOBLIN GAMBOL -4.- "THE TALENT'S ON ITS WAY" John Lockett and Connie Baldoni as popular singersg Ray Iannone, Vince Pit- tarelli, Sally Chilson and Aldo Barramei as the "Rhythmettes" appear in the junior class' "take-off" on the Talent Scout Show. "REAL GONE" "WHISTLE WHILE YOU "LOVELY HULA HANDS" WORK" I 'X .1 .i 1 Carlo Evangelisti appears to be breathing a little prayer for the safety ot Helen Pipta, perched on the ladder, as a dance committee decorates the ' gym- The photographer catches Lois Martin and Helen Pipta in the middle of a "jitterbug" act that they performed for a school assembly. N.. tx Celeste Maggiore does a Ha- waiian Hula at the sophomore class assembly. "HERE COME THE GIRLS" Five Sophomore boys show promise of Senior Class Day as they "gracefully" dance a ballet in assembly, 75 "HOLD THAT TIGER" "AFTER THE IFOOTI BALL IS OVER" C ,QXL Q ,--, I ' - I CW y AVTR j Lq,i:T . W TX fy L A' l 3 X 1 Barbara LaBeIle and Rita Wickizer are The gym looks altogether different unafraid of U-E's mascot as they decorate when highly decorated for this fitting for the "All U-E Night Dance." ending to the football season-the an- nual Thanksgiving dance. A QUEEN IS CROWNED First row: Debra Simmonds, Rita Wickizer, Marjorie Moore. Second row: Joan Ciotoli, Barbara La- Belle, Jo-Anne Miner, Theresa Monaco, Georgiana Decker, Susan Daly, Suzanne Mersereau, last year's basketball queen. Third row: Janet Randesi, last year's football queen, Kay English, Rose Marie Pitarra, Julie Suchy, Agnes Barno, Gay Rought, Joan Meeker, Barbara Kositsky, Patricia Rossi. Top center: the I953 queen, Donna Hills, A PAIR OF QUEENS "DECK THE HALL" we www it ml . i,"Ax1K' 'ts AI Papparella, last year's football cap- Mary Shelton, Debbie Simmonds, Phyl- tain, Janet Randesi, last year's football lis Rupert, Barbara Campbell cnd Joyce queen, and Sue Mersereau and Ed Bilik, English put the finishing touches on last year's basketball royalty, return to decorations for the Christmas Formal. the Thanksgiving dance that they at- tended as students just one year ago. 76 HWETTING THEIR WHISTLES" " 'TWAS THE NIGHT AFTER, CHRISTMAS" H It's "time out" tor refreshments os A good crowd is on hond to odd to the these boys woit their turn to serve them- success ot the Tri-Hi CIub's Christmos seIves ond their dotes. Formol. "LOVELY TO LOOK AT" 1 7, , S .lg . N..S',o2 Qt, :xiii V' I 51 '3 w I 7K 2 ts, - ' ,I , If if I Sue Mersereou, bosketboII queen of '53, reigns over her court. AS KIDDIE KRISTM SOCIAL WIND-UP 9' 0' W .41 f J im i I T A . km, 7-4 I Mrs. VortuIi's chiId core closs puts on These Seniors ore ottencling their lost its onnuoI Christmos porty for the chil- donce os UfE students-the I953 Senior dren. Prom. N 7 7 X Q 'R 1 "WHAT A LIFE" Peter Vivona, Angela Rizzuto, Joyce Mandyck, Victor Decker and Robert deVente as they appeared in "What a Life," last year's senior play. CAST OF "THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST" Members of the cast of the i954 "THE WI DOW'S PLIGHT" I Andy lBIudsoel Hospodor, Edward ILaunceIotl Gent and Dave IAramintaI Stevens pose for a touching scene in the Key Club's presentation of a melo- drama. Senior play are: First row: Clayton Lowe, Theresa Monaco, Marjorie Moore, Mary Ann Rus- sell, Carol Brain and Maryann Evanosky, Second row: Joe Bendert, Mary Cic- chini and Richard Darpino. Third row: Joe Mrva, Richard Lisi, Allan Fitch and Gregory Eusco. "STUFF AND NONSENSEH ii Aa, 4 I Dee Polazzo, John Escovar, Joyce Mandyck and four un- identifiable characters put on "monkey shines" at last year's Class Day. rf . :, . : W "GRAND CENTRAL STATION" . 1 June Ervin, Paula Gutheil, Rosemary Plessinger, Laura Martin, Dominic Pozzi, Joe Bendert, Charles Cooper, Ted Kucera and Harry Conklin present a skit at the Library Club Tea. N-2, , ATHLETICS High school sports ore bottle grounds Of brown, ond wif, ond skill, Where friendly enemies combof With stomino, purpose, ond will. A,L.S. KX - Q i 1 Jr :wif if 'E Q2 Y D Q--A 15 T' 79 ATHLETIC ADVISORY COUNCIL 7 ff' Joyce English, Anthony Pero, Mr. Cobb, Miss Pitkin, Dr. Krum, Mr. Forbes, Miss McDougall, Peter Sylvester, Susan Daly. Harold "Ty" Cobb COACHES ff' 11-if Roland Friderich C. Burdette Parkhurst I 1 E ,ii I xi I A., is in sn Hx 1 ,iff I , 2 ,ff ,JN I fx X. A A , f X, ,. I xg T , .E b XZ I, 5 Vito Popelka Nick DiNunzio Maurice Hamilton 80 Theodore Conwicke VARSITY FOOTBALL -.5 'Il g .. , A .. A . -. f 'QW , . . .. Q, 5 r .1 S a N 1,9 2 Vw' W 1 at -as 'A ' tif' First row: Francis Melia, Anthony Ciaravino, Frank Picciano, Joseph Barbara, Robert Daglio, Ovidio Neira, Ted Brown, Duane Brown. Second row: Paul DePaolo, Kryle lsenburg, Bill Ivan, Dick Hover, Fred Corino, Mike D'Aloisio, Ronald Hummel, Tom Kurkoski. Third row: Ron Luciano, Ed Henneman, Gordon Card, Vince Colapietro, Pete Barbara, George Matola, Ralph Weiland, Joe Brill. Fourth row: George Zur, John Cox, Fred Vosilchik, David Wheeler, John Gyles, Cosmo Parisi. The Orange Tornado of U-E, although its win-loss record did not excel last year's rec- grd, was again this year to all U-E fans the uncrowned champion of the Southern Tier Con- erence. At the opening of the football season, local newspapers picked U-E as one of the teams most likely to finish the season in the "number-one position" in the Conference, but, as the season progressed, this theory was to be doubted and was later disproved. Although U-E did not succeed in capturing the first place position in the Conference, the team did succeed in providing the fans with thrill after thrill in each game. Under the guidance of Joe Brill and Tony Ciaravino, halfbacks Ralph Weiland and Paul DePaolo, behind the powerful U-E line, made long and frequent jaunts against opposing teams while Bob Daglio picked up the needed yards when U-E was in distress. The "Tiger's" over-all record of 5 wins, 2 losses and I tie was acquired in the following manner: Elmira Free Academy 31, U-E I2, U-E 25, Binghamton North 255 U-E 7, Vestal 2, U-E I2, Johnson City Og U-E 26, Utica Proctor l3, U-E 26, Elmira South Side l2, Ithaca l2, U-E O, U-E Bl, Binghamton Central 7. Two members of this year's hard fighting squad were placed on the All Southern Tier Conference team. They are Bob Daglio and Tony Ciaravino, From this year's team, which was one of the hard-fighting teams that "Ty" Cobb produces annually, Paul DePaolo was chosen the most improved player of the year. Win or lose, "Ty" Cobb has once again achieved success, not only by winning, but by teaching the boys on his squad the real meaning of sportsmanship and fair play. BI JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL . Second row: John Danton, Hamilton, Mel Saddlemire. Third row: Michael Hare, Hopko, Cosmo Parisi. Ks' f. First row: Robert Wolfe, George Evan, David Wheeler, William Crawford, Philip DiOrio, Richard Bat- tista, Thomas Cullen, Robert Parke, William Dodge, Michael Borelli, Richard Lisi, Thomas Kurkowski, Bruce Erman Cocci, Gary Young, Roger LaGrange, Robert Cappellett, Thomas Fourth row: Fred Vasilchik, John Garthner, John Gyles, John Cox, Angelo Bontempo, Robert Paglia, Sam Salvatore. Under the skillful coaching of Vito Popelka, "the U-E Varsity Team of Tomorrow" ended a rugged and hard-fought season with a record of 3 wins and 2 losses. With losses to Binghamton North and Vestal, the J.V. team, gaining momentum as the season pro- gressed, went on to defeat Johnson City twice and Binghamton Central once. "NOT QUITE" "ALMOST PERSUADEDH r yi J l ill' T sw I i up KA 1. 4: 9' P ' - ' " r l I-' "-., T if - ,573 T f r . . A whim. -R if A J llye , ,. -'T i '-H' kgs ,f Af' ff --is , of f me e f ' ,cm'flif'2ftff'i"'asf' f- l ' . ,, " C vF""s-M4 fr ,Q 1' M' ,Leif 'H , ' .. if 1215s J if fv.gfi3l' ' tgLLf3"W Halfback Paul Depaolo successfully eludes two A headless Central defender has almost convinced tacklers and goes on into pay dirt for six points. Ralph Weiland that he has eoten up enough grid- iron yardage. 82 VARSITY BASKETBALL 59?-A " , t W V ',1, First row: Alex Russin, Jack Pete Sylvester, Gene Battaglini, Robert Clune. Second row: Coach Roland Friderich, Ray Fratino, Emil Seliga, Mike Bierne, Dick Hover, Bill Coughlin, Joe Bendert, Fred Franta, manager. Starting his last season with only one letter man, Coach Rollie Friderich led his charges to an l l-5 overall record. U-E finished in third place in the Southern Tier Conference race with a 5-5 mark. Sparked by the aggressiveness ot Captain Pete Sylvester, the magic shooting ot all- star Gene Battaglini, and the never-say-die spirit ot Jack Selner, the Orange Tornado, im- pressed all as an up-and-coming ball club. In Bill Coughlin, the Tornado had one of the STC's best reserves, whose sharp-shooting at crucial moments pulled many tight games from the tire. U-E lost to Central in a first round sectional playott by a score of 57-50, Although leading all the way, the tired Tornado team was outclassed in the last quarter. Coach Friderich compiled a l3l -97 career record at U-E. None ot his former players will ever doubt the quality of his coaching ability. 1 "CONGRATULATIONS" T- 5 'Q , S 1 TF' lc , S tr ' I 6 B r S l , 02 1 , l H yi A g ll g , , ,il Ll - A A A 'T S A ef, fic Jock Lawton, Gene Battaglini, and Bill Coughlin join coach Friderich in praising the basketball squad's elected captain, Pete Sylvester. 83 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First row: Ronald Greene, George Matola, Mario Sylvester, Tony Ciaravino, Gary Toulson, Art Riegal, Second row: Coach Vito Popelka, Robert Butchko, Harold Crawford, Ralph Titus, Ken Newcombe, Charles Tarricone, Dick Battista, Bob Humphreys, Gene Pastrick, manager. The U-E jayvees, showing good sportsmanship all the way, completed the season by matching the varsity's l l -5 record. On Coach Vito Popelka's team, the scoring honors were evenly distributed among the regulars with Tony Ciaravino, Art Riegal, George Matola and Gary Toulson leading the parade. BOWLING The bowling team, under Coach Paul McCormack, has had another fine season with l9 wins out ot 24 games to take the Triple Cities High School crown. This year the team elected Gerald Wilcox as president and Dominick Pozzi and Peter Panko as co-secretaries. Pozzie has bowled over SOO in every match and with the good scores of the rest of the team, they look forward to a good showing at the Sectionals on March 27. First row: Ronald Terpak, Richard Mooney, Larry Barton, Dave Carlson, Bryant Wood, Gordon Loveless. Second row: James Shuttak, Gerry Wilcox, James Warner, Dominic Pozzi, Charles Fitch. 84 ---I TRACK ' 1' ' 2 'i ' First row: Ralph Weiland, Kevin Conwicke, William Ivan, Steve Kubica, John 'cke, e Clark, B Neiro. Second row: Gary Young, Tom Ede, Ray Fratina, Bob Osborne, Bryant Woo ill McManus P , DePaolo, coach Vito Popelka. " Gerald Pease coach Theodore Conwicke I Third row: Paul Rizzuto, Jack Lawton, Kryle lsenburg, Dick Hoover, David Bout n, Reese KIQJ g, Fourth row: Alvin Reinecke, Warren Norton, Ted Gordon, Tom Cullen, Lawrence Green, William Richion, Lou Paglia, coach C. Burdette Parkhurst. The l953 track team had a fine season with Kevin Conwicke setting a Triple Cities' discus record of l45 feet, 3 inches. With the exception of a second place in the Quadrangular Meet and a tie with Vestal, the team won all the rest of its meets, beating Central, North, Ithaca, Johnson City and capturing first place in the Section IV Meet at Ithaca. To wind up the season, several of the teammates traveled to West Point to compete in a statewide meet in which Ed Sochor, faring the best of the Endicotters, placed fourth in the hurdles. JUST A LITTLE MORE" . The Cross Country team, during the past season, lost in a single meet to a good Vestal team but won two of its three dual meets. The U-E squad was sparked by a senior, Bryant Wood, and a junior, Bob Osborne, who finished second place and sixth place respec- tively in the Vestal Invitational Meet. The team rounded out a fine season with Wood placing fourth in the Inter- sectional Meet at Schenectady. With every muscle strained, U-E's Bob Neira gives his all in order to win the IOO-yard dash. CROSS COUNTRY Front row, left to right: Donald Piatt, Robert Breno, Robert Osborne, Bryant Wood, Gerry Pease, Richard DePofi. Second row: Robert Bennett, John Breno, Gerald Orman, Reese Kintzing, David Bouton, John Mee. Third row: Francis Giacovelli, Leroy Miller, Lawrence Green, Richard Basket, James George. Fourth row: Coach Theodore Conwicke, Alvin Reinicke, Nick Ruggierri. 85 BASEBALL First row: Gerald Wilcox, Carmine Crescente, Anthony Pero, Nicholas Komanowski, Edward Bilik, Joseph Orlando, Alfred Yankovich. Second row: Ronald DiPietro, Mike D'Aloisio, Al Seliga, Donald Mundell, Bruno Colapietro, John Robble, Lawrence Beauter. Third row: Bob Selnokovic, manager, Robert Walters, Don Bacon, Pete Sylvester, Harold "Ty" Cobb, coach, Maurice Hamilton, coach, Vincent Colapietro, Dominic Quercio, Richard Thomas, assistant manager. "ALMOST OUT" Unless this Vestal first baseman makes a "bobble," it looks as if he will eliminate Joe Orlando. - ' A in . Sparked by the fine pitching of John J Robble and powerful hitting of Ed Bilik, the U-E "Tigers," with a record of 8 wins and 4 losses, won the Eastern Division of the Southern Tier Conference. ln the final playoff game for the championship, U-E lost a 9-8 "heartbreaker" to Elmira South Side, winner of the Western Division. , J . VOLLEYBALL 4 , The U-E volleyball team's 8-l9 won-lost record, while not it A impressive, represents 27 highly-contested games. Under "Ty" A Cobb's coaching, U-E finished third in league play and second A ,Z in Section IV. O s .C 3 '- Upper left to upper right: Bob Parke, Ted Kucera, Joe Brill, Tony Pero, Mike Bottino, Vince Colapietro, Paul DePaolo, George Zur, Reese Kintzing, Don Mundell, John Podest, Gary Young and Mike Colella. 86 Y ' s m ' f '----v-npr--1 First row: Dominic Putrino, Gary Toulson, Ed- ward Dinga, coach Nick DiNunzio, Ronald Terpak. Second row: Henry Shearer, Charles Putrino, Leroy Shearer, Franklin Sinclair. Invincible for two consecutive years, the U-E golf team, under Coach Nick DiNunzio, has now extended the number of "unbeaten seasons" to three consecu- tive years. With almost flawless stroking, the "Tigers" swept every tournament in their path and took first place in the Southern Tier Conference, the Sectionals, and also in the State lntersectional Match at l.B.M. Country Club. Further- ing the team's fame was Ron Terpak, who competed in the William Randolph Hearst Tournament at Birmingham, Michigan, and the National J.C.C. Tournament at Ann Arbor, Michigan. GOLF CHEERLEADERS Front row: Barbara LaBelle. Left to right: Joanne Stage, Marjorie Moore, Donna Tarnowski Patricia Nestor Rita Wickizer, Joyce McPherson, Connie Baldoni, 87 GIRLS' SPORTS Among our memories, the friendships made while participating in girls' sports will long be remembered. U-E's athletic programs promote sportsmanship and good will among the girls. The many sports offered instill a spirit of friendly competition among all who participate. Now at the close of our experiences in girls' athletics, we share some cherished mem- ories made possible by a wonderful bunch of girls. for ifgf' S AWARD WINNERS First row: Carol Duffy, Delores Forno. Second row: Palma Longo, Helen Pipta, Julia Gorczynski. Third row: Rosalind Bennett, Judy Pero, Waneta Sanford, Carol Podest, Grace Palmisano, Joyce Jurczak, Janet Haag, Ann Plaumann, Florence Ambrose, Jane VanDusen. "WELL DONE" The faces of Mrs. Adamek and Miss Burns reflect their pleasure as they scan a score sheet E3 oc ,i-Lafos-e,.Qfl7 Ci N J. 3 L, ,, ' all ,LMA Mg ,Wx mee, f , ,.v,gA-3 L .f '- f I , A S S' if' L it ca 'K R N , ,le X-.. l f Jf .emu , 'riii up ,. sg , SY' i, 3:9 if Tl SENIOR LEADERS l CLUB First row: Officers: Sandra Ben- ner, Patricia Gyles, Delores Forno, Carol Duffy. Second row: Judy Pero, Florence Ambrose, Joanne Stage, Jane VanDusen, Martha Wallace, Mary Cicchini, Marie Petrilli, Ellen Swagler. Third row: Janet Haag, Julia Gorczynski, Ann Plaumann, Vir- ginia Havrilfka, Waneta Sanford, Janet Mack, Nancy Ward, Mar- lene Crego, Pauline Senio, Carol Podest, ,,,T?, JUNIOR LEADERS' CLUB Seated, first row: Beverly Walters, Grace Palmisano, Joyce English, Marilyn Gillette. Second row: Ann Ciacelli, Agnes Barno, Joan Ciotoli, Margaret Driscoll, Rosalind Bennett, Mary Frate. Standing: Anne Harley, Margaret Weiss, Barbara Kowalewski, Carol Clotsky, Virginia lngallas, Janet Edwards, Susan Sturzenegger, Ellen Palmer, Connie Palmer, Connie Morley, Kay LaGrange, Judy Webb, Lois Johns, Betty White. "ON DOWN THE FIELD" Sandra Benner, Gwen Labouseur, Carol Hultslander, and Margaret Driscoll run in to catch the ball kicked by Beverly Eckert during a game of speed ball. "THE GAME IS ON" Anne Ciacelli, Joan Ciotoli, Nancy Ward, and Mary Frate get ready to receive the hockey ball from Margaret Driscoll. 89 "SPIKE IT!" One version of volleyball is the "Four-Court Volleyball." Here Sheila Burns is shown spiking the ball. "UP, UP, IT GOES I" "ANOTHER TRY" These girls watch in anxious expectancy as Fran The girls practicing basketball lay-up shots are Fairchild shoots for a basket during a game. Margaret Driscoll, Agnes Barno, Mary Ellen Wei- land, and Linda Christiansen. WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM First row: Carol Montross, Susan Sturzenegger, Florence Ambrose, Rosalind Bennett, Joanne Stage. Second row: Irene Fetcenko, Betty White, Mary Ann McQuade, Corrinne Oliver, Margaret Weiss, Agatha Curatolo. 90 "BALL TWO, STRIKE ONE!" Dolores Swagler prepares to swing as Florence Ambrose pitches her the ball during a game of softball. "DANGER-THIN ICE" "ALL ABOARD" I E le.L A . i , - ' 'A f- . J' ff Alt? '-1r' ji T J - V 1' A,AA M11 ' . -is the cry of Donna Granger, Lillian Demand ' "3" r Carol Duffy, Florence Ambrose, and Waneta San- -doesn't seem to bother Sandra Stone, Shirley ford as they prepare to "take off" on the toboggan Menard, and Joyce Martens. "READY, SET, GO" Here Waneta Sanford, Jane VanDusen, Judy Pero, and Martha Wallace prepare to run the IOO-yard dash during a track meet. 9l "WHO HAS THE BIRDlE?" f-seems to be the question as the girls engage in a game of badminton. "AFTER THE GAME IS OVER" "HOW GRACEFULH I -4 u Q - .i +12 ,E 1 T"?,g I Georgiana Decker, Martha Wallace, and Kay Eng- Mary Ann Russell and Carolyn Carr, winners of the Iish primp before the locker room mirror. modern dance contest, pose on the stage. "FIFTH POSITION" This group of girls is learning the grace and rhythm of the modern dance. 92 MISCELLANEOUS: Think naught a trifle, though it small appearg Small sands the mountain, moments make the year, And trifles life. 'it -1-7 ?' -Young Q25 K ,QL I3 EEK SSX ack ok 5x A MX Nm gz- UQF Q sb '- A W wx f-'CW on' Because there is a song that fits every mood and every situation in this com plex lite of ours, there is nothing that awakens memories oftener than songs It s for this reason that we have chosen song titles as captions for the pictures in this section of our book. x N IT'S CHRISTMAS AT U-E "WORK lS DONE" nf l . T '- N lt? x A V , , if u 'fi L' e., ,R 1 g "" Rx " .E T . f 1, K Q . 'T' Binghamton Press Photo Judy Slote, Joan Ciotoli, Rosemary Christina, and Maureen Coleman, members of the Zephyr staff, inspect a finished art plate forthe paper's cover. "MY WEEK" Week in, week out, Maureen Coleman and Rose- mary Christina, reporters for the school page of the Binghamton Sunday Press, work to meet the deadline. l 94 "WHAT'S THE GOOD NEWS TODAY?" Anna Shular, Bob Hultslander, and Kent Wurth scan the notices on the bulletin board. "SHOW ME THE WAY TO so HOME"f C Lg. " f'i"T" A Miss Brainard sells bus tokens to two of our commuters. "l'LL BE SEEING YOU" 5-is LR px 1' 'M f'1mnA. Mr, Robbins, Mrs. Goss, Mr, Sanford, Mrs, Kay, Mrs. Wood, and Miss Hill, all new U-E teachers, have a "get-acquainted" session. "I'VE GOT A PAIN IN MY SAWDUST" "AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL" VII Press Photc Our own doctor and nurse, Dr, Mallory and Miss Maureen Coleman, Tino Starikov, and Theresa Lesko, are usually available for all aches and pains. Monaco receive awards for their work in the "l Speak for Democracy Contest," "YOU'RE ON TRIAL" "lT'S A SIN TO TELL A LlE" E I 1 F, Q V Q ,754 Pmiwliiiifiww NA ' , V l 'T':--sf: 'si it 1 "'i""f " Q giiiligigii iw. Ziiisiszozg vi 4' Q X , ,, 3 s....ir 4 if '-ww ff Tk li.. Miss Mersereau seems pleased as she and her fellow Mr. Woodard lends gallant support to Mrs, Cobb counsellors, Mr. Agone and Mr. Popelka, scrutinize as she accepts an excuse from Rae Raymondi, while a student's record. two fellow students wait their turn. 95 "IT HAPPENED ONCE BEFORE" kt ifsixd 1 it Mr, Sanford instructs a group of budding starlets in drama class. "RUNNIN' WlLD" "MAY THE BEST MAN WIN" I I I ,' I A f - A ,Q f Q . 5 ' , , I i s 1 Y I is I i .5 1 ,. xg, N , 1 , . . ' ,f ' ' ".IEff,F My t H! 1.631 Y Y 1. , ,, "ful , I ff' I i f ffm: -I 1 I ' A ' , ' I' A 64 , Y , ' My lb s Q My I X' . ,,,,T Confusion reigns between classes, Ralph Titus and Joyce English have a friendly but soon all will be quiet. sparring session over the yearbook sales competition between the sophomores and juniors. HTYPEWRITERS' SONG" "MY LOVE, MY LIFE, MY HAPPINESS" L!-'I I 11 5 n 11? W 6 Judy Slate, Paula Gutheil, and the other girls in The girls in Miss Trainor's shorthand II and tran- secretarialpractice are supervised by Mrs. Roth. scription class appear dedicated to their chosen vocation, 96 "TIME ON MY HANDS" A typical scene in the U-E library where time is "killed" during study periods. "THE JAPANESE SANDMAN" "lT'S IN THE BOOK" Sarah Williams stands by her Japanese display in As Mrs, Roberts and Joan Green look on, Norma the library. Wallace signs up for a book that will be her com- panion for the remainder of the year, "TELL ME" "THREE LITTLE WORDS" A group of boys is posted on the merits of a college Dave Bouton sells football programs to two of U-E's for men during College Day conferences. fans. 97 Xf' "HELLO SUNSHINE" qt ' 3' I gl, The boys in "ag" class appeor interested as Mr. White discusses modern farming methods. "MANY TIMES" "I WAS LUCKY" --4 f iz 'DMM I Il I I i I L, ,,s .,s QJTHHFII Mr. Woodruff is checking a drawing while his stu- The boys of Mr. Norris' shop make sure of a place dents in technical mechanical drawing learn by to hang their hats. experience that "practice makes perfect." "SCHOOL DAYS" "I COULD WRITE A BOOK" This group, interested in higher education, listens A class in journalism joins in an animated dis- to a representative from one of the many schools cussion. represented on College Day. 98 I BON!! '6 This committee from the "Class of '54" is choosing the best style for their senior rings, "SMI LES" l x Happiness reigns as these boys put aside the cares of classes and prepare for an athletic event in the locker room, "I WANT WHAT I WANT WHEN I WANT IT" .. ...n ,. - ',..cfw,a I - 3 I E is Early birds buying football tickets before the grand rush begins. "I UNDERSTAND" A representative from Keuka College shows pictures of the school to a group of girls during College Day conferences. "WHY CAN'T I?" mm-uvmvlwll lt Mr. Kaskey gives Pat Gyles last minute instructions with the help of Steve Halas, Judy Slote, and Bob Clune. 99 iiil? Tl lvfmlw P il "IF I KNE Sligo "l'M NEVER SATISFIEDH l - I i P 1 -but now you'll have to be satisfied with the pizza pie the girls are making as Mrs. Goss helps. I-'sf l"- '- Julia Petrak pauses with pursed lips, seemingly be- wildered by the array of foods from which she may choose, in this cafeteria scene. "lT'S NICE TO HAVE A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE" t -1 . --v , Mrs. Vartuli instructs the boys' homemaking class out all right, "PENNlES FROM HEAVEN" in Room IOZ took the cake lcupcakesl in the Polio Drive by averaging half a dollar a person. The four students shown sampling the cakes are: Joe Bar- bara, Agnes Barno, Barbara LaBeIIe, and Ray Fratino. s' , i Yu, E i I . F4 X h wg, ,R in the fine arts of baking. We wonder if that pie came "KEEP IT GAY" Janet Mack, Jane Black, Ronald Kocak, and Ted Brown enjoy refreshments earned by Miss Vogelg- sang's home room l IO, as leaders in the Red Cross Drive. IOO "AH, SWEET MYSTERY OF LIFE" "SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES" Junior Crawford, Richard Lisi, George Motola, ond Carol King and Lois Rappoport appear confident James Miller study weights and pulleys in physics that they can do as well in chemistry "lab" as the "lob." boys who outnumber them. "l AIN'T GOT NO BODY" This is a typical scene in "Doc" Turver's biology "lab." B "WITH THESE HANDS" " ILLBOARDSH 'Rn-. " ,W Sys if- 4 Maui. e-..5:,'lli' . ,TI 'f , , ' , N 4 -fi - ZX E I In Mr. Becker's class in metal working, the question An art class puts finishing touches on posters. seems to be, "ls this the right switch?" lOl I If "THERE'S MUSIC IN THE AIR" llillllljiyf I- :mvui:m9-' ..f' Desi McLaughlin, Vincent Deraco, and Robert Guzzey are absorbed in their work in radio shop. "FOR ALL WE KNOW" tinge? It may be the machine of tomorrow that is being designed by Mr. KIett's class in machine design. "MY SECRET LOVE" --9 -Q-M---s""t's 9 ,firf fi ff .fe . I I , Xml i 551 5 'I' I' f VI I swf! -av" Concentration is the mode in this class in "THE DAY ISN'T LONG ENOUGH" ,tif industrial mechanical drawing. "ALWAYS" 'z There is always plenty of work to keep one busy in U-E's machine shop. IOZ ,Ji Mr, Norris and Mr. Becker discuss the Ford Motor Company Industrial Art Award Contest with the two winners from U-E, Harry Conklin and Anthony Prosinski. "TOYLAND" "AIN'T WE GOT FUN?" Mrs. Vartuli and Carol Young examine some ot the Mr. Paolucci and some of the boys study the in many toys for children. tricacies ofthe school projector. "Tl-lERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE SHOW BUSINESS" fseems to be the thought ot these people who took part in last year's Senior Play. I "AMERICA FOR ME" "THE MASTER PAlNTER" I Z U fi 9 fm , Q, .SW rd, ' Q 'pw' wi Qi I '3 ,,,, 5 'T tt,, , I, I 'y.,t ,t., F M, X , ti I IH .4 if f . I Philomena Santarelli proudly displays her patriotic Mrs. Lainhart displays the art room exhibit to a exhibit in the U-E library. parent at Open I-louse, IO3 "YOU'VE GOT TO BE A "CAN'T HELP LOVIN' THAT MAN" FOOTBALL HERO" l.f af ' Binghamton Press Photo 51 Joe Barbara and Bob Daglio, co-captains of the Here the bays carry Ty Cobb off the football team, get together at the Kiwanis' football victorious Thanksgiving Day game. dinner to discuss a few plays with "Ty" Cobb and Les Dye, Syracuse University freshman coach. field after the "YOUNG AT "ON, OLD U-E" HEART" This is This is the group of prospective cheerleaders at their tryouts. "THAT'S FOR ME?" "OH HAPPY DAY" .no-4 , C 1 A 'T K.- r A 4 it . 1 lib ,Y f. W' Windy, our helpful friend. A A Ii T' 'si 5 ii i 1 f ' ' l t. , X 1. 9 f - 'V , 1. fi I .gg "Ty" Cobb presents the Best Player of The boys of U-E's track team are joyful as Vestal the Year Award to Paul DePaoIo. concedes them the victory. IO4 "THIS IS MY COUNTRY" "NO MAN IS AN ISLAND" Acton Ostling, Theresa Monaco, David Bouton, Ray These people from our school represented us at the Fratino, Bruce Dent, Ronald Hummel, and Reese UN Conference at the I, B. M. Kintzing were U-E's representatives at last year's Boys and Girls State Conventions. "lT'S ALL OVER BUT THE MEMORY" Members of the '53 graduation class, led by Bruno Colapietro, walk away from Commencement ex- ercises with their diplomas "THIS NIGHT l'LL REMEMBER" 'THANKS FOR THE MEMORY' A I .Sn T953 winner and runner-up for the American Legion Award, Bruno Cola- Dewey Barish, head of the educational division of DIGVO Gnd SOVO Jane DUHY, DOUSS with Ford Motor Company, Emery Gasparek, and Mr, the Legion Commander in front of the Longwell as they appeared on television in Detroit, Legion plaque. IOS THERE'S A SONG IN THE AIR" 12,7 A section of the Choir, chosen to compete in the district music contest. "ALL GOD'S CHILLUN GOT SHOES" if Q13 K I K? -9' "AT LAST T! Scarlet VanOrder and Pat Havrilka ex- Mr. Norris tells Richard Lindloff the amine Japanese shoes in the display correct way to do it. shown ot the school through the courtesy of Endicott-Johnson "SINGING" Members of the U-E choir receive their robes from Mrs. Roberts. fs:-'e?f'X C SNAPSHOTS When you reminisce, os oft you will Of school doys long gone by, ,sift Just leof through your Thesourusg O'er these snapshots cost your eye. - Let memories surge through you 7 'Til the yeors just woft owoy, And you're once ogoin ot old U-E With its lessons ond its ploy. W yr, A.L.S. l I 9 pfidp ,fb W . fl - . 2 if - f . 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Daniel Anderson, Miss Marcia Stone JUNIQR CLASS LLLLLL, ,L ,,e. ,, , ,,,,,......... . ...,,, Mr. Eugene Camadello SOPHOMORE CLASS ssss. ssV....s. es..eesf.,.efs..eees..es...eeef,ee4.eeAeeeffeee--..--.-.--- ---s------,eV M r S - ASO Dodge THESAU RUS GENERAL STAFF CO-EDITORS Alice Shaffer, Acton Ostling, Jr. ASSOCIATE SENIOR EDITORS Sandra Belo, Paula Bochnak, Rose Marie Christina, Irene Fetcenko, Robert Hultslander, Barbara LoBeIIe, Theresa Monaco, Marjorie Moore, Patricia Nestor, Betty Peabody, Barbara Phillips, Rose Marie Pitarra. ASSOCIATE JUNIOR EDITORS Michael Beirne, Nancy Bidwell, Carol Chestnut, Lorraine Cornell, Nancy Malowicky, Susan Murray, Carol Spangenburg, Tino Starikov, Barbara Welch. ASSOCIATE SOPHOMORE EDITORS Robert Humphreys, Georgia Machotka, Celeste Maggiore, David Stevens, ART STAFF Patricia Ingalls, Forman Tiffany sek, Joan Meeker, Joan Conklin. 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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES ENDICOTT, NEW YORK II9 -,.Y.e, -.. ,T.,,,,,, i,,,,,,.....W V W.. n V lexanhcr arve lnthinq aoun in Union A Complete Musical Service CONGRATULATIONS Hickey's Music Store 330 East Stote Street . The Unlon ITHACA, NEW YORK Phone 4-I IOI Forging Company C an gratulatians . . . cLAss or 1954 BE TRUE TO YOUR WORK ond YOUR WORK WILL BE TRUE TO YOU BENNER WHOLESALE C0 IO7 South Duone Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK 121 G.L.F. QUALITY lawn and Qdfwlea Seed FERTILIZER LIME PEAT MOSS ENDICOTT COOP. G.L.F. SERVICE ll6 JENNINGS STREET ENDICOTT, NEW YORK E. B. LACEY COAL and FUEL OIL CO. l-lighest Quality Anthracite and Bituminous Cool G U L F F U E L O I L The fuel oil with that special additive to guarantee trouble-free operation All Kinds of l-leating, Cleaning and Preparing 3l4-316 Maple Avenue Phone 5-9997 ENDICOTT FLORIST "Say lt With Flowers" l i6 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Telephone 5-O22l The Best Known Names Are Seen at McLEAN'S Complefely air condifioned for your shopping comforf! ENDICOTT, NEW YORK 123 Dairy Foods Daily!!! ESPECIALLY IN YOUNGSTERS' LUNCHES Lunches at school need not be lacking in nourishment. Fill a vacuum bottle with sweet, fresh milkg butter sand- wich bread generously. Well-nourished children are alert children and it's Cornell's job to help keep them at their healthy best. LOOK FOR THE CORNELL NAME ON DAIRY PRODUCTS AT YOUR STORE OR CALL US FOR REGULAR HOME DELIVERY CALL 5-6031 CURNELL' S DAIRY 25 Kentucky Avenue, Endicott ANGELINE'S E L K S FLOWER SHOP "Floral Designing" BAKE SHOP the rnost fragile 110 WASHINGTON AVENUE of Phone 5-2051 arts 1306 Monroe Telephone 5-2551 124 A C M E ELECTRICAL CCNTRACTCRS Industrial -Cornmerciol - Domestic W I R I N G Electrical Fixtures Installed Over 25 Yeors' Experience CROSLY AND R.C.A. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES SALES AND SERVICE 1908 Eost Moin Street Telephone 8-l9l4 ENDICCTT, NEW YORK IZS -W-Y f V- - -Y -q--- - -.-Y ,... ,, B' odern S complete Qmphic PWM best work W :ww W it W ,W W A 60 WALL STREET - BINGHAMTON N Y CONGRATULATIONS fo COMPLIMENTS of CLASS OF '54 BEN HANSEN CHEVROLET CO., INC. 'l'l'lE T06-ETTE I 19 WOSLTLUQTOU Avenue 3 Grant Avenue Endicott, N. Y Endicott, N. Y. 126 FRIENDLY MARKET A COMPLETE FOOD STORE Phone 5-1251 OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 201 North Nonticoke Avenue Endicott, New York 127 l X 6' Dumas 'T 66 RA A A 0 6 1 i ANU 10 ff P Endicott's Greatest Shopping Center I3lJl2T'S The Complete Department Store In Every Department . . . We're Ready to Serve the Entire Needs of Every Family USE BURT'S CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY PLAN TO SAVE! EVERYTHING IN SUPERIOR ELECTRIC CO. BUILDING SUPPLIES Quolity Electricol Appliances For Bettgr Fumber' goo' and Buuldmg Supplies o SALES-SERVICE CALL BELO COAL AND SUPPLY COMPANY I25 West Main Street Union District Endicott' N- Y- Hayes Ave. ond clerke sr. Phone 5-4631 Endicott, New York IZ8 DIEGES 81 CLUST Manufacturing Jewelers l7 John Street New York 8, N. Y RINGS PINS MEDALS CHARMS TROPHIES Garfield Thomas, Representative First National Bank Building CARBONDALE, PA. l29 STATE SANDWICH SHOPPE I-lershey's Ice Cream V2 GCIIIOFI 51.00 Pint 2-lff' SANDWICHES LUNCHES DINNER IOS East Main Street PENNY WISE YOUTH CENTER I4 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. PHONE 5-2292 Headquarters for SUBTEEN DRESSES and SKIRTS COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS of of ECONOMY SHOE REPAIR AND BAKER'S DRESS SHOP IZOB North Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK II5 West Main Street Union Disfrict NORRIS H. DANN "Your Insurance Man" Endicott Trust Building ENDICOTT, NEW YORK METRO DANCING STUDIOS Waltz-Fox Trot-Swing-Tango-Rhumba AII Types ot Ballroom Dancing Taught SPECIAL RATES FOR STUDENTS I39 Court Street Phone 4-3981 Binghamton, New York ENDICOTT OFFICE SUPPLY, INC. Supplies - Machines- Furniture Nine Washington Avenue Phone 5-2721 ENDICOTT, N1 Y. ROUFF Furniture Company GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I 05- I 07 Washington Avenue Endicott, New Ynrk WELLS 8, MESSEMER, INC- DODGE SALES at SERVICE PLYMOUTH IIWTSS PIHLWW if - I -WDP DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS L gp LARGE STOCK OF FACTORY ENGINEERED PARTS ' G LI-lun COMPLETE CAR SERVICE BY FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS GUARANTEED USED CARS S TRUCKS 1302 E. MAIN ST. TELEPHONE 5-3397 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK 131 Your U-E High School Jeweler rv- 6 WASHINGTON AVEN UE Think of us When you see your Key ENDICOTT Lumnfn s. sox comPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Moson's SuppIies D. C7 H. ANTHRACITE COAL 1306 Clark sneer Phone 5-9903 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK HAMMONDS FLORIST 2605 East Moin Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK ELMER ANGEVINE AGENCY Incorporated COMPLETE Reol Estote ond Insurance SERVICE Phone 8-I 529 l45 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK AVENUE RESTAURANT Where the Best Meet to Eot Endicott, New York Phone 5-9673 IT COSTS LESS AT 1 I ARMWLEIQEE 'IZIO North Street Endicott, N. Y. WORK - DRESS sPoRTnNG Gooos CLOTHES ALEXANDER'S CONFECTIONERY 103 West Main Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK MacCLARY STABLER AGENCY INC. 105 East Main Street SERVING THE AREA WITH DISTINCTION FOR OVER 100 YEARS Insurance for Every Need Phone 5-3646 we salute . . . The graduating class of 1954 . . . may success always be yours. . . Fowler's THE PAINT CENTER INC. Grumbacher Art Supplies 135 Washington Ave. Telephone 5-8520 ENDICOTT, N.Y. SERVING U-E STUDENTS AND GRADS For Over 25 Years KIine's ENDICOTT'S Mews Ano sovs' -- snor i- For the Best Advice and the Finest Photo Equipment COME TO ENDICOTT CAMERA SHOP 33 Washington Avenue Phone 5-5571 - 7----.-,we - V '- SEELY'S ICE CREAM Endwell, New York IDEAL FOUNTAIN Delicatessen Grocery 222 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS ot ENDICOTT SHOE COMPANY Home of Quality Footwear 25 Washington Ave. John W. Chipper, Mgr. Prompt ---- courteous 24-HouR sERvicE DIAL 5-3335 RUSSELL TAXICAB CO. INC. I 301 Monroe Street L A C H M A N ' S SUITS ACCESSORIES DRESSES 46 Washington Avenue Phone 5,3581 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK WARNER BROS. AGENCY . . . Insurance . . . Endicott Trust Building Phone 8-1534 Endicott, New York Dorr W. Warner - Ralph J. Warner Plumbing and Heating LOUIS N. PICCIANO Cr SON l204 Witherill Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Phone 5-9985 4 BROOME COUNTY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE H I L K I N S Bingl'1omton,NewYork "Your Community College" QQQJEWELERSQQO L-" 46 Woshington Avenue Six2-YecrCurriculumS COOPERATIVE WORK PROGRAM Associote in Applied Science Degree COMPLIMENTS of For Real Good COME TO LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. AIlDREY'S Luucnionmz SALES - SERWCE l4l8 North Street --- 34OO Moin Street Telephone 5-9lO2 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK DIAL 5-5891 113 Lincoln Avenue Endicott, N. Y. FARM BUREAU INSURANCE COMPANY Erwin Frailey, Licensed Agent Workmen's Compensation GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE Phone 8-0807 HOUSE of CHARM 122 West Wendell St. West Endicott, N. Y Jenny SPENCER-SWARTZ FURNITURE COMPANY Furniture Mart 1 1 I West Main Street UNION, NEW YORK Early American Specialists COMPLIMENTS of MODERN DRESS SHOP compiimemsof Beauty by the Brushful WALTER R. MILLER CO., Inc. Q Q Stationers Office Outfitters TOULSON 170 Washington St. and 121 State St. Binghamton, New York WALLPAPER AND PAINT STORE 105 West Main Street UNION, NEW YORK Phone 5-8180 Tn-Us Sporting Goods Work CIothes UNIQN PLUMBING AND HEATING ARMY cf NAVY STORE C0-f 'NC- 1 19 East Main Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK IUnion Dist.I 108 West Main Street I --- -- - - - - ,.,,.,,77-in 7 7- 2177777 AN ENDICOTT NEWSPAPER COMP'-'MEN-I-5 . . Dedicated to Greater Service of . . To Greater Endicott ARTHUR C. HAND AGENCY IO6 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Phone 5- I 206 "Anything worth having is worth insuring" THE DAILY BULLETIN ALL OF THE BEST OF ALL THE NEWS RADIO STATION WENE . . ABC Network . . Community Programs . . On Your Radio at T430 . . 5,000 Watts WEDDINGS-PARTIES BUS. 5-7691 Res. 5-8801 A' I 2 A 3 4 Engagements PORZUCEICS RCA TELEVISION 3 Announcements HARRINGTON'S STUDIO Phones 28 Oak Hill Avenue Endicott, N. Y, 5-3357 5-8623 5-4737 9II E. Main Street Endicott, N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS BUD'S MELODY SHOP Lyric Theatre Building HANAFIN AGENCY OF ENDICOTT, INC. lnsurance for Every Need 103 Washington Avenue Phone 8-1527 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK PERMANENTS THAT SATISFY Hair Coloring Consultation Dial 5-5461 GEORGE P. MIHOK Beauty Salon 1809 Watson Blvd. Endicott, New York Specialists in Hair Cutting, Shaping, Styling and Waving COMPLIMENTS of F R E D Z A P P I A 19Washington Avenue THE GIRL'S CENTER Infant Clothes through teens 1 19 West Main Street Phone 5-7964 ARCH FURNITURE CO. wiuforzo E. BOYEA, Prop. 124 West Main Street Endicott, New York Phone 5-6781 KEN'S SHOES 106 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Phone 5-5491 LARKIN Musical Inst. Co., Inc. Everything Musical 94 Chenango Street Phone 2-3933 Binghamton, New York GOLDA AND VI'S CONFECTIONERY Light Lunches 220 Washington Avenue Y Girls Like to Soy IT CAME FROM 1 M-f'i""""' 515 Washington5Ave. Endicott, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS ot FEDERAL RADIO SALES SUPPLY CORP. 188 State Street BINGHAMTON, NEW YCRK COMPLIMENTS of EN DWELL RUG CO. "lNSURE Today . , . BE SURE Tomorrow CROWE'S AGENCY Insurance 614 North Street Dial 5-4791 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Best Wishes from MARIO GIORDANO STON E'S STATION ERY BARBER SHQP 2Washington Avenue Dial 5-6251 FOR SERVICE AND STYLE SEE oioRoANo SMILE ENMCOTT' NEW YORK 1X1OFf1'1 Sffegiljwone EI'1d1COI'1', ' , . E 1 J WV. E. EDWARDS I f t ' coNTRAcToR ' RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL at iNousTRiAL suii.DiNG O 3108 LAWNDALE STREET li- FRED'S --1 ENDICOTT- NEW YORK NEW SANDWICH SHOP PHONE 5-3911 1305 Monroe Street Phone 5-9666 fr "" """"H!Y' W BRINK INSURANCE Insurance and Bonds 3500 East Main St. Dial 5-7657 Endwell, New York DAVIS PHARMACY Prescriptions Specialist l508 East Main Street Try Our Gallons and Halt Gallons of ICE CREAM in many flavors LAMB'S ICE CREAM STORE TO SERVE YOU AT ALL TIMES ANZ BEAUTY SHOP l4 MICHAEL'S 5c to 51.00 STORE 3301 East Main Street ENDWELL, NEW YORK NOVELLO'S DRY CLEANERS 3l I4 East Main Street ENDWELL, NEW YORK COMPLIMENTS of J. H. KELLY, INC. 60l North Street Phone 5-3394 ENDICOTT, N. Y. VAUGHN'S l07- l 09 East Main Street MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING The Store of National Brand CLOTHING VAUGHN'S l l 0 l I FARE E L I If M As we are turning fr IAhe m ur erltlogp experi- I I s. 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