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

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fvxl' 'J 'Q DEDICATION To the person whose enthusiasm and patience have made U-E's "Thesaurus" the annual prize-winning yearbook that it is After entering the doors of U-E in l9l8, she became Head of the English Department in 1920. Her ability in di- recting plays was proven in "The Fool," "The Enemy," and "Seventeen," to mention only a few. She has been faculty ad- viser to many senior committees, and at one time adviser of the "Tiger," a quarterly publication. While sponsoring the Creative Writing Club, she has also been the inspiration and chief adviser of the "Thesaurus." For six consecutive years, U-E's yearbook has not fallen below a first-place rating and once achieved the Medalist rating. To this person, who has succeeded in capturing the love and respect of all U-E, to Mrs. Edna Finch, this book is grate- fully and sincerely dedicated. U-E TIDQSAUHQS I Issued June, I 955 by the THESAURUS STAFF OF THE UNION-ENDICOTT HIGH SCHOOL Endicott, N. Y, MONTAGES, FACULTY, AND SENIOR PICTURES ..7.i--,..,1i Gordon's Studio GENERAL PHOTOGRAPI-IER Stacy Harrington PRINTERS Frank A. West Co,, Inc. Page One lJl9 QlC01qfemL5 Title Theme - Board of Education Faculty Seniors Juniors Sophomores Organizations Athletics Entertainment Music Miscellaneous Snapshots Advisers and Staffs Advertisements Farewell A Xi -X ex xx ' 'Admit me, chorus to this historyg Who, prologue-like, your hum ble patience pray Gently to hear, kindly to iudge our play." -Shakespea re O Page Two 7 ' rllie Drama of Scliool "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players, They have their exits and their Aniinglgemnfgh in hils time plays many parts .... ' --Shakespeare l Q f if . K i l A I 1 - nfl - r. , ,, g A , if IV V 1 l K 1, Q 2 If yl 7 l ' Irgizsv it ? X ll ll X.-X I g..,f y Wi lvlllu li fl my L ,Q Inainia. L Q , l Our stage has been U-E itself, with each hall and classroom as a dramatic setting for the plays we have enacted. We have found "opening night" excitement in our roles as sophomores and the pride of a "hit show" in our junior year. Now, as seniors, we have grown into our final parts. We have reached the climax of one of the finest plays ever produced-"The Drama of School." Page Three g BOARD OF EDUCATION 1 ,t i -i . l I. Mrs. Richard W. Kintzing, Mr. Robert Venner, Mr. J. Maxwell Clouse, Mrs Anthony Christina J M William Davison, it bb new isis? MR. PATRICK VARTULI xm l Supervisor of school attendance and census for the Endicott school district. Page Four For cult "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future.-Plato Page Five No drama can be a success without the director and his guidance in the funda- mentals of the theater. As we make our exits from the vast stage, we know that our success on other stages will be deter- mined by the most patient directors of all-the faculty. DR. WILLIAM J. KRUM, JR. Superintendent of Schools Hamilton College, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. Columbia University, Ed.D. The 1955 U-E Drama of School opened in September 1952. The actors, 382 strong, start- ed their production with the required con- stants, their chosen major and an elective. Many of their lines were accompanied by music and sports. During the second act of 1953-1954, many became leaders in the student council, in the school clubs, in assemblies, in athletics and in scholastic attainment. The climax, the third act-credits earned, hopes being fulfilled, plans for continued edu- cation, obtaining gainful employment, service for country and active citizenship-culminates the season at graduation. May this production aid the Seniors of 1955 to make wise choices and to live well. MARY L. PITKIN MR. DEWITT WOODARD Associate Principal St. Lawrence University, B.A. New York State College for Teachers at Albany, M.A. The Drama of School Life fWith apologies to Shakespearel All the school's a stage, and the young men and women are daily players. They have their entrances, and one student in his time plays many parts. First the sophomores, lost in a giant build- ing with its maze of rooms and corridors, creep unsteadily about. Then the juniors come upon the scene, full of strange new wisdom, happy as they work and as they play. Then the seniors play their parts-students, athletes, musicians, artists, artisans, Romeos and Juliets. Sophisticated, looking to the fu- ture, living in the present, the men and women of tomorrow. So ends this short eventful drama, and the curtain falls to rise upon another stage. WM. J. KRUM, JR. MISS MARY L. PlTKlN Principal New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. Columbia University Students in a High School may well be lik- ened to characters in a drama. Each has his part to play. But there is a difference. Char- acters in a drama are chosen by a director. But students in a High School are free to choose the parts they will play not only while they are students but in the years following school. Therefore, you should choose wisely the part you are to play. You may elect to play the part of the braggart or the show-off. This leads to disappointment and failure. Or you may elect to play the part of the honest and industrious citizen. This leads to a life of satisfaction and IOY- Yes, school is like a drama. But it is a real life drama and therefore highly important. DEWITT S. WOODARD Page Six MR. ROBERT D. AGONE New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B., M.A. Guidance Department, Boys' Coun- selor FACULTY MISS ALENE ALDERSON New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. University of Michigan, M.A. English Department ,0"N 'EP' J ra. L QMR. PAUL C. BRADT New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. Director of Adult Education and '- Guidance Department MRS. MYRA D. CARMAN New York State Teachers College Cortland Latin and English Departments Ei., .W . MR. CLARENCE J. BECKER New York State College for Teachers at Bufialo Industrial Arts Department MRS. MILDRED A. CALLAHAN New York University, B.S. University of New Hampshire Music Department MRS. ANNE M. BROWN Page Seven MR. CLARENCE BERRY New York State Teachers College Potsdam Driver Training and Education BT I C New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S. Girls' Physical Education Department Adviser for Senior Leaders' Club MR. EUGENE M. CAMADELLA St. Bonaventure University, B. A. English Department Adviser to Cheerleaders Co-Adviser for Senior Section of Yearbook MR. HAROLD V. COBB University of Maine, A.B. Physical Education Supervisor for the Endicott Public Schools Head coach of football and baseball , V MRS. ANNE DODGE Mansfield State Teachers College, B.S. Syracuse University, M.A. English and Mathematics departments MR. GEORGE A. FORBES Niagara University, B.S. Science Department FACULTY MISS M. CLARA COVENEY Teachers College at Columbia Univer- sity, B.S. Chairman of Home Economics De- partment Adviser for Future Homemakers of America MR. D. BRUCE ELLIS MR. CLIFFORD N. CROOKS New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B.A. University of Pennsylvania, M.A. Citizenship Education Adviser for Student Council MISS RUTH ESTY William Smith College, B.A. Syracuse University Rochester University English Department Syracuse University, A.B. New York State College for Teachers at Albany, M.A. Citizenship Education MRS. EDNA A. FINCH Cornell University, A.B. English Department Yearbook General Adviser Creative Writing Club Sponsor Head of English Department MR. HAROLD S. GOODFELLOW Ithaca College, B.S., M.S. Head coach of Basketball MR. EDWARD J. GOODNOW Clarkson College, B,M.E. St. Lawrence University, M.Ed. Mathematics Department Page Eight MRS. FAITH A. GOSS New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. Homemaking Department MR. FRANCIS L. GOSS Rider College, B.S. Syracuse University, M.S. English Department FACULTY .4 .I MR. WILLIAM L. HATSELL Hobart College, B.A. Syracuse University, M.A. Citizenship Education ,F MISS FREDERICA HOLLISTER Cornell University, A.B. Latin Department Advertising Adviser for "Thesaurus" Senior Latin Club Sponsor MISS IRENE N. HEFFNER New York State Teachers College at Cortland Physical Education Department Junior Leaders' Club Adviser MRS. RUTH M. HUGHES Houghton College, B.S. Music Department New York University Director of U-E Choir and Girls' GI Club MR. CHARLES P. KASKEY New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S., M.S. Driver Education and Training . .. - x 'N' I . . MR. RICHARD Z. KLETT I ' MISS RUTH I. KNISKERN Syracuse University, B.S. ' Oneonta State Normal School Cornell University, M.S. Q , Plattsburg State Normal School Technical Depaffmem . . " New York University, B.S. Technical Club Adviser , "M, Commercial Club Adviser Supervisor of Technical Department K , f Commercial Department J Head of Commercial Department - - 1 ' sf: ,., g ,." ' Q i T-SQ fiiiizfj 'zlifffiriii - I . ' ' " Hu.. Page Nine MRS. MARJORIE F. HESS Rochester Business Institute Columbia University Syracuse University Commercial Department ee f 1 MRS. SYLVIA C. KAYE Simmons College, B. S. Homemaking Department FACU LTY MRS. ESTHER L. LAINHART New York State Teachers College at Cortland Art Department Adviser of Art Staff of "Thesaurus" Art Adviser for School Posters MISS RUTH LAWRENCE fr TX I D - xr lf? 4 1 , 4' 1 Mi y X s J if i I MR. JAMES N. LONGWELL I MR. KENNETH L. LANE Cornell University, B.S. Agriculture Department Adviser to U-E Future Farmers of America University of Rochester, A.B. Syracuse University and Harpur Col- lege English Department Adviser for Circulation Staff of "Thesaurus" Adviser for Honor Assembly State University of New York, lndus- trial Training Technical Department , MR. PAUL T. MALHOLCHIC It z ' Arizona State, B.A. ag Columbia University, M.A. Citizenship Education -LE ., , N- 53? 1 , ,.:,,. ,-Lf f ' ' , Q fl I MISS MARGARET MCDOUGALL New York State Teachers College at Syracuse University, B,S. Oneonta Mathematics Department is S I i ttsr I S Miss JANET MEALY Y akiimcire Ceollllege, B.A. " 1' ' ' e es ey o ege, M.A. ' if 45 K I'Universite de Paris Modern Language Department fi n ' French Club Adviser Page Ten MISS ALTA M. McLEAN Syracuse University, A.B. Citizenship Education MR. PAUL J. MCCORMACK Niagara University, B.A. Fordham University, M.S. English Department Citizenship Education Adviser for Boys' Bowling 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' Coun- selor Adviser for Tri-Hi Club FACULTY MR. EDGAR S. MULHOLLEN University of Pittsburgh, A.B. New York University, M.A. Administrative Assistant to the Su- perintendent of Schools Supervisor of Secondary Education MRS. MARJORIE L. O'HORA New York State Teachers College Plattsbugh Commercial Department MR. THOMAS D. PAOLUCCI New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo, B.S. University of Buffalo, M.A. Industrial Arts Department Supervisor of Audio-Visual Aids De- partment Advisory Committee of the Adult Education Program MR. VITO N. POPELKA University of Notre Dame, B.S. Columbia University Science Department Guidance Department Library Assistant Assistant Coach for Football, Track and Basketball - N... MR. RUSSELL E. NORRIS at MR. C. BURDETTE New York State College for Teachers at Buffalo Supervisor of Industrial Arts Depart- ment MR. ACTON E. OSTLING Ithaca College Director of Music Department in the Endicott Public Schools Director of Concert Band PARKHURST Springfield College, B.P.E. Physical Education Department Track Coach Assistant Football Coach MRS. ANNE MARIE PROC New York State College for Teachers at Albany, B.A. English Department MISS ELIZABETH M. . RASMUSSEN New York State College for Teachers at Albany, A.B. English Department Adviser for Spring Formal Adviser for Junior Page of "Thesau- rus" MR. .IEFFERS D. RICHARDSON .Commercial Department Page Eleven Syracuse University, B.S. New York State College for Teachers at Albany Senior Play Ticket Sale Cap and Gown Committee H . . K f w e f--b If ' - i . :M I K . I . ' MR. DAVID E. ROBBINS If rf, , MR. JOSEPH F. ROSSIE I 2 gloughtonUCollege, B.lA1.A I I I Syracuse University V355 , . YFHCUSE UIVSVSIIY, . . . I New York State Teachers Coll t Q University of Illinois l .I IW- lj.. ' Cortland egg a Q ' Citizenship Education fr . Industrial Arts Department fi 1 . K. fl ' MRS. GLADYS A. ROTH MR. MACK RYAN New York State College for Teachers Colgate University, B.A. at Albany, A.B. Columbia University, M.A. Commercial Department Citizenship Education In charge of "Thesaurus" typing MR. BRUCE SANFORD MISS ADONA R. SICK Ithaca College, B.S. New York University, B.S., M.A. English Department Librarian Director of Senior Play Library Club Adviser MRS, DOROTHY L. SMITH MR. R. CRAWFORD STAHL I Bryant College, B.S. Eastman School of Music of the Uni- I New York State College for Teachers versity of Rochester, B.M. I at Albany, M.S. Instrumental Music Department ' Commercial Department Director of Orchestra, Marching . Band, and B Band ' I I MR. KELSEY STONE, JR. MISS MARCIA L. STONE Rider College, B.S. Cornell University, B.S. New York State College for Teachers Syracuse University, M.A. I HT AIIDBVIYI M-5- Mathematics Department I University of Wyoming ' Commercial Department I Page Twelve FACULTY MISS RUTH H. STONE MRS. ROXLINA W. TAMBLYN Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Syracuse University, B.S., M. S. Science Department Supervisor of Home Economics MISS ATHALIA THOMPSON at Albany, A.B. Mathematics Department book MISS ANNA TRAINOR New York State Teachers 'College at Plattsburg Commercial Department MR. FRANK UVANNI New York State College for Teachers Adviser for Sophomore Page in Year- MR. CHARLES H. TURVER Lawrence College, A.B. University of Rochester, M.S., Science Department Biology Honors Seminar Adviser Syracuse University, B.S., M.S. the Endicott Public Schools Supervisor of Speech Correction in ,f MR, EGBERT A. THURBER Hartwick Col lege, A.B. New York State College for Teach at Albany, M.A. Citizenship Education Key Club Adviser MRS. MAUDE C. VARTULI New York State Teachers Colleg Plattsburg, B.S, Syracuse University, M.S. Homemaking Department Junior Red Cross Adviser SFS E 3 MISS MAE E. VAUGHN fb., ' ,.,, in MR, DOMINIC VERGONA A Syracuse University, A.B. X. New York State Teachers College at V fl' Science Department , L '11 ' Oswego, B.S. Adviser for Christmas Formal f'?'i3i . ' i g: 13, Industrial Arts Department , K Y - ' sis L w S , .. 'g,gg.:sP. X- .. 2 . X- ,. I I +I-uit rf f ig 4, - K ff ., J, 1 I I 1' J 1. ' Page Thirteen MR. JOHN M. WOODRUFF New York State Teachers Colleg Oswego Technical Department Technical Club Adviser E MISS ELEANOR A. VOGELGSANG Syracuse University, A.B, .A. Columbia University, M English Department Co-Adviser of Senior Sec book Adviser for the "Zephyr tion of Year- MRS. ULRICA J. WOOD Cornell University, B.A., M.A. Mathematics Department Assisting with the Pictures for the Yearbook MR. CARL ZONIO New York State Collegefor Teachers at Albany, A. B. Syracuse University, M.A. Modern Language Department Adviser to Spanish and Italian Clubs QW , J l, hyat Z' F' ff S Y l l if " ill r l T' , M 11. -1 l 4 l .. e l -WI ll fx, , ,xxx-X,-K' ' afvfexsl It I -sn-, , airs ' ' -s-X.: A., Y 'N , "Le, . f, C lx X A xl Z ll sf Af" l i '-cj f , 4, filx ii' N39-.4 'Hr ' I -- N5 , -N ll A, ,, , 4 , - C ,-Z 1, epdtx N - 3 ,, 1 E 1' 7 e. A S sf T' N.- 1 -slllffrfvf . 4 f X N LA 41 we i,iTjj . ll' f' ftliilfi I ' 1--, f i ff 'X'Xe..: . l X l -- ll! - M- - ::.'.,4- 'f- ,lh Pai lnjolls ,Q 511 X Page Fourteen UEHS If THE GRADUATING CLASS OF T955 AVERAGES ABOVE QSWJ SENIOR OFFICERS swf- First row, left to right:' Richard Klotz, Carol Podest, Joyce English. Y ,, 4, xxi' "lv-'--- 'TW ' ' ,, ,f f --iq . ,, Joyce English, vice-president, Peter Sylves- ter, treasurer, Carol Burns, secretary, Fred Second row: Susan Murray, John O'Brien, Corino, president. John Venner. WITH HONOR First row: Joyce English, Virginia Mollica, Antonia Mancini, Suzanne Smith, Nancy Bidwell, Carol Podest, Marian Lesko, Donna Stratton, Katherine LaPorte, Avis Reines, Dorothy Comstock, Eliza- beth Szedlock. Second row: Corinne Oliver, Susan Murray, Palma Longo, Florence Ambrose, Margaret Malia, Georgia Machotka, Marilyn Barno, Palma Vivona, Susan Fish. Third row: Patricia Brown, Jane VanDusen, Celeste Maggiore, Monica Soltis, Lillian Deirn ard, Bar- bara Welsh, Lois Rappaport, Mary Emons, Ethel Harman. Fourth row: William Cunningham, Michael Colella, John Venner, John Sterling, Patrick O'Brien, Michael Beirne, Franklin Sinclair, Richard Klotz. Absent from picture: John O'Brien and Joyce Sca les. Page Sixteen' GRACE L. AGATI "Gro" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Horseback Riding, Skating. I.B.M. DOUGLAS N. AKERS "Doug" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, Latin Club 2. College. FLORENCE R. AMBROSE Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Modern Dance 3, Soccer 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, Volleyball 2, 3, 4: NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3, U-E Sweater 4, Athletic Awards 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. I.B.M. or Beaver College. JANE M. ANGEVINE College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, Basketball 3, 4, 2-Year Band Award 3, 3-Year Band Award 4. Hob- bies: Music, Sports, Reading. School of Nursing. GAIL P. ARNOLD College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Rec- ords, Dancing. Cortland State Teachers College. DARLENE M. AVERY Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Collecting Records. Ridley Secretarial School. :r rx 4? fsf Page Seventeen JOAN C. AVERY "Joony" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2. Holcglxiesz Dancing, Cooking, Reading. I.B. . MELVIN H. AVERY "Mel" Technical Course. Hobbies: Basketball, Fishing, Hunting. I.B.M. BERNADINE M. BAKER "Bernie" General Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 4. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Sports. I.B.M. CONCETTA C. BALDONI "Connie" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Archery 4, lntramural Baseball 3, 4, lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, lntramural Volley- ball 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Candidate for FootballQueen 4, Miss March of Dimes 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. College. CHARLOTTE A. BANNISTER "Chick" Home Economics Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Football Band 3, "Thesaurus" Advertis- ing Staff 4. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Food, Music. PETER R. BARBARA "Pete" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, House of Representatives 3, lntra- mural Basketball 2, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Captain 4. Hobbies: Football, Golf. College. CAROL A. BARN ES College Entrance Course. Commercial Club 2, Creative Writing Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Junior Latin Club 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi Club, 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Cir- culation Staff 2, "Thesaurus" Staff 3, 4, Co-editor 4, Badminton 2, Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Captain of Winning Soccer Team 2, Softball 2, 3, Tri-Hi Archery 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 3, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Writing Plays, Stories, and Poems. Albany or Geneseo State Teachers College. MARILYN ANN BARNO College Entrance Course. French Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sewing. Cortland or BuFfaIo State Teachers College. MARION BARON Commercial Course. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming. Beauty Culture. BARBARA J. BARSOSKY "Bobbie" College Entrance Course. House of Representatives 3. Hobbies: Outdoor Sports. GARY R. BARTON "Lordy" Commercial Course. Intramural Foot- ball 2, Bowling Letter 3. Hobbies: Fly- ing, Bowling, Football. U.S. Military Service. EUGENE A. BATTAGLI NI 11FuZZy1r College Entrance Course. Varsity Base- ball 3, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. Page Eighteen ANITA L. BECK Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, House of Representatives 2, 3, Senate 4, Football Queen 4, Class Ring Com- mittee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. l.B.M. PEGGY A. BEGEAL "Peg" Commercial Art Course. Hobbies: Drawing. Marriage. MICHAEL F. BEIRNE "Mike" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Elizabeth J. Smith Memorial Com- mittee 3, 4, Senate 3, Vice-President 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Stal? 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Empire Boys' State Representative 3, President of Student Government and Student Body 4, Representative, American Education Week 4, Candi- date, Syracuse Citizenship Education Conference 3, Vice-President of Jun- ior Class 3. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. College. JACK E. BENJAMIN "Jackson" Commercial Course. Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4. College. ROSALIND J. BENNETT "Rosi" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Hockey 4, Intramural Soccer 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Emblem 3, Intramural Hat 4. Hobbies: Sports, Church Activities. Secretarial Work. DOROTHY F. BENTLEY "Dot" College Entrance Course. Glee Club 2, Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 4. Hobbies: ftllusic. Potsdam State Teachers Col- ege. ARNOLD BERLIN "Arnie" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing, l.B.M. NANCY ELLEN BIDWELL Transfer Student from Newark High School, Newark, Ohio. College En- trance Course. Debate Squad 2, Music Appreciation Club 2, Radio Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Band 2, Orchestra 3, 4, String Quartet 3, National Foren- sic League 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, First Place in Violin at Music Contest 3, Sectional All-State Orchestra 3, 4, Debate Letter 2, First in Prelim- inary in Ohio State English Scholarship Examinations 2, United Nations Model Assembly 3, Speaker 3, United Nations Scholastic Examination 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Art. College. SANDRA R. BIRD "Sandie" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Popular Music, Acting. Secre- tarial Work. JAMES BLODGETT "Jim" Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football Letters 2. Hobbies: Hunting, Boating, Traveling. l.B.M. ROSLIND BLOSSOM "Jean" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Dancing. ROB ERTA ANN BONCZEK nBert1, General Course. Hobbies: Dancing, Collecting Records. Beauty Culture. gg, . . I Page Nineteen ANGELO A. BONTEMPO "Lefty" General Course. Concert Band 2, 3, Dance Band 4, Football Band 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Baseball 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. l.B.M. or U. S. Coast Guard. ALDO H. BORROMEI "Al" College Entrance Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music. College. CHARLES J, BRADT "Chuck" Technical Course. Key Club 37 4. Sec- retary 4, Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Baseball 4, Em- pire Boys' State Representative 3. Hobbies: Sports. College. GERALD BRAVI "Gerry" Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Intramural Football 2. Hobbies: Sports, Jazz. Cortland State Teachers College. ISABEL J. BRINSER "lsy" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2. Hobbies: Music. Albany State Teach- ers College. DONNA J. BROWN "Blondie" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4. LaSalle University. JOYCE M. BROWN :1KiHyt, or if-jot, General Course. Friendship Club 2, Junior Red Cross 4. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Riding Horseback, Sports. I.B.M., Modeling, or Beauty Culture. PATRICIA K. BROWN "Pot" Commercial Course. Creative Writing Club 2, U-E Choir 2, 3, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" General Stal? 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3. Hobbies: Records, Dancing. Secretarial Work. GEORGE BUNGANICH Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting. U. S. Navy. RICHARD H. BURDETTE "Dick" College Entrance Course, Intramural Basketball 4, Track 3. Hobbies: Bas- ketball, Tennis, Swimming. U. S. Air Force then College. CAROL A. BURNS Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Busi- ness Staff 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Sen- ior Class Secretary 4. Hobbies: Read ing. College. THOMAS L. BUSHNELL "Tom" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball 2, Track 2. I-lobbies: Sports. I.B.M. 41" Page Twenty MARY' N. BUSSA Commercial Course, Commercial Club 2, 3, French Club 2, Badminton 2, Basketball 2, Field Hockey 2, Soccer 2, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. I.B.M. RAYMOND W. BUTLER "Roy" Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, Audio Visual Aids 2. Hob- bies: Music, Hunting. U. S. Navy. ESTH ER M. BUTTON College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 4. Hobbies: Reading. School of Nurs- ing. ROBERT R. BYRUM "Bob" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing, Cars. Link or I.B.M. JAMES N. CAHILL "Red" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, House of Rep- resentatives 4, Initiation Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. PAUL M. CAHILL "Churchill" Commercial Course. Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Two First Music Awards, Cortland Music Contest. Ridley Secretarial School, l.B.M, BETTY J. CALVASINA Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music. Medical Secretarial Work. ROBERT J. CAPPELLETT frcoptf Technica! Course. Technical Club 2, House of Representatives 4, Intramur- al Basketball 4, Jr, Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Volleyball 3. Hobbies: Sports. College. RICHARD C. CARLSON "Dick" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Foot- ball, Bowling. U. S. Navy. RONALD R. CARLTON "Ron" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Sports: Chemistry, Boys' Club. Col- lege or U. S. Military Service. CAROLINA F. CARR "Tootie" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2: Modern Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Christ- mas Decorating Committee 4, Hob- bies: Dancing, Music, Art. College. RONALD E. CARSON "Solty" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Paint- ing, Model Ship Building. Meat Cutter. Y. 'ia Page Twenty-One JOAN R, CASE General Course. "Thesaurus" Circula- tion Staft 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports. I.B.M. MARIE A. CATUCCI "Mer" Commercial Course. Italian Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2, "Thesau- rus" Advertising Staft 2, "Thesaurus" Circulation Stat? 2, Hockey 2, 3, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Records, Dancing, Driving. Marriage. SALLY A. CHILSON "Sol" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 4. Hob- bies: Music, Swimming. MICHAEL CHOMA "Mike" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Bas- ketball. U. S. Army. LYDIA M. CHOPIAK "Lyd" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, "Zephyr" 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Hob- bies: Dancing, Swimming, Tennis. ANTHONY J. CIARAVINO "Cherry" College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Jr.Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, President's Campaign Com- mittee 3, Varsity Baseball Letters 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball Letters 2, 3, Varsity Basketball Letters 4, Varsity Football Letters 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention on the All-State Team 4, Binghamton Press All Stars 3, 4, Southern Tier Conference All Stars 3, 4, Honorable Mention 2, Southern Tier Conference Special Utility Man 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. ANGELO F. CICCIARELLI "crew Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Base- ball 2, Varsity Bowling 4. Hobbies: Planes, Music, l.B.M., U. S. Air Force, College. SALLY N. CLARK College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Bowling 4, Hockey 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Reading. School of Nursing. SHARON L. CLARKE "Sherry" General Course. Hobbies: Dancing, Music. U. S. Women's Army Corps. ROBERT D. CLOUSE "Bob" Agriculture Course. Future Farmers of America 3, Secretary 3. Hobbies: Stock Car Racing, Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Military Service. ERMAN J. COCCI "Herm" Commercial Course. Intramural Foot- ball 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Var- sity Football 4, Jr, Varsity Football Letters 3, Varsity Football Letters 4. Hobbies: Sports, Hunting, Cards, Syracuse University or U. S. Marine Corps. JANE A. COLE "Janie" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, U-E Choir 4, Secretary 4, Glee Club 3, Secretary 3, House of Representatives 2. Hob- bies: Music, Sports. Wilson Hospital or Robert Packer School of Nursing. Poge Twenty-Two MICHAEL E. COLELLA "Mike" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 4, President 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Latin Club 2, Co-President 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Varsity Volleyball 3, 4, Empire Boys' State Representative 3. Hobbies: Sports. Harvard Col lege. JERRY A. COLEMAN "Jerord" Agriculture Course. Future Farmers of America 4. Hobbies: Cars, Stock Car Racing, Mechanical Work. U. S. Marines. DOROTHY M. COMSTOCK HDOTH Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staff 4, "Thesaurus" Typing Stat? 4, NBET Certificate for Stenog- raphers 3, Third Award in Senior Di- vision of a Playwriting Contest 4. Flgblslxiesz Music, Reading, Sports. LESLIE COOLBAUGH "Les" Industrial Arts Course. Ford Motor Company Industrial Arts Award, l954 Place Award. Hobbies: Woodworking, Cars. Carpenter. FREDERICK P. CORINO "Fred" College Entrance Course. Technical Club 2, Senate 2, 3, Ring Committee 3, J. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Football Letter 2, Varsity Football Letter 4, Senior Class President 4. Hobbies: Pocket Billiards, Art. Syracuse University. BERT W. CORNEBY "Bill" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 2. Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Traveling, Sports. Palmer School of Chiropractic or Bowling Green School of Chiropractic. H. BURR CORNELL "Burr" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball 2, Track 2, 3. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Mechanics. College. LORRAINE E. CORNELL "Lorie" Commercial Course. Tri'Hi Club 3, "Thesaurus" General Staff 3, 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Sailing, Photography. I.B.M., Photographic Division. ROBERT H. CORWIN "Corky" Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. I.B.M. Apprentice Training. BONNIE LEE COVERT General Course. Tri-Hi Club 4. Hob- bies: Swimming, Horseback Riding, Children. Cashier at Loblaw's. JAMES E. CROFT "Porky" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Race Cars, Building Trailers. U. S. Air Force. SANDRA K. CROWLEY Hsondyf, Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Skating, Singing, Photography. I.B.M. Page Twenty-Three THOMAS C. CULLEN "Tom" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Empire Boys' State Representattive 3, Jr. Varsity Football Letters 2, Varsity Football Letters 3, Track Letters 4, Volleyball Letters 4. Hobbies: Sports, Water Skiing, Art. College. WILLIAM C. CUNNINGHAM "BiIl" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College. JOAN P. CUSTER "Jo" Commercial Course. Badminton 3. I-lgiilxies: Skating, Dancing, Driving. PATRICIA A. DANNIBALE HPOTH Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Badminton 2, Basketball 2. Hobbies: Fiano, Singing, Song Writing. Col- ege. E. JACQUELINE DAVERN "Jackie" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4.' Hobbies: Music, Sports, Sewing. I.B.M. JAMES D. DAVIS "Jim" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: To Own a Jaguar Some Day. I.B.M. or U. S. Navy. PHILIP E. DAVIS "Phil" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Sports. College. THOMAS J, DAYTON "Tom' College Entrance Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Football Band 2, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Intramural Football 2: Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports. College. PATRICIA J. DEAN "Pot" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. l.B.M. JEANNETTE M. DEERING "Jeonne" Commercial Course. Baseball 2: Bas- ketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Movies, Books, Horses. l.B.M. LILLIAN K. DEMAND Commercial Course. Hobbies: Read- ing, Swimming, Dancing. l.B.M. ROBERT J. DEMKOVICH ,,Dmkyf, Technical Course. Golf 3, 4. Hob- bies: Skating, Hunting, Golf. I.B.M. 135 1 sf Poge Twenty-Four 4"'7 -A-:RP ROSE M. DEPRISCO "Ro" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Records. l.B.M., Beauty Culture. NANCY T. DIAFERIO "Non" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Read- ing, Dancing. Marriage. PHILIP A. DIORIO "Phil" General Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, A, Intramural Football 2: Jr. Varsity Football 3: Varsity Football 4: Golf 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing. Television School: U. S. Navy. AUGUST J. DOBISH "Gus" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2: Intramural Football 2. Hobbies: Sports. Albany College of Pharmacy. MARY L. ECK "Marty" General Course. Spanish Club 4: Tri- Hi 2: Glee Club 2: "Thesaurus" Cir- culation Staff 4. Hobbies: Records, Dancing, Sports. St. Joseph's College. DIANNA A. ECKENRODE "Di" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2. Hobbies: Bowling, Music. l.B.M. ROGER L, ECKINGER "Ecky" Commercial Course. Junior Red Cross 2, Football Band 2, 4. Hobbies: Arch- ery, Roller Skating, Bowling. l.B.M., Harpur College. THOMAS R. EDE "Tom" College Entrance Course. Track 2. College. BARBARA L. ELDRED "Barb" Homemaking Course. Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Reading, Cooking. College. REVA R. ELLIS "Re" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. l.B.M. PAUL W. EMERSON "Wally" General Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Sports, Broome County Technical ln- stitute, U. S. Air Force, l.B.M. MARY F. EMMONS "Ma re" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Library Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Stal? 3, "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staft 4, lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 4, Home Room Representative 3, Senior Color Committee 4, Chairman, Hob- bies: Golf, Swimming. College of New Rochelle. Page Twenty-Five KENNETH L. ENGLAND "Kenny" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Navy. JOYCE M, ENGLISH "Joy" College Entrance Course. French Club 4, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Publicity Chair- man 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, House of Rep- resentatives 4, Speaker 4, Senate 2, 3, Archery 2, lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, lntramural Soccer 2, 3, 4, lntramural Softball 2, 3, 4, lntra- mural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Athletic Advisory Board 3, 4, Secretary 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, First Award Girls' Intramurals 3, Sec- ond Award Girls' Intramurals 4, Del- egate to Syracuse Citizenship Confer- ence 3, Representative to Girls' State 3, Junior Class President 3, Senior Ring Committee 3, Co-Chairman 3, Senior Class Vice-President 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Reading. College. VINCENT J, FALCONE "Vince" Transfer from Nottingham High School, Syracuse. College Entrance Course. Choir 2, 3, Dance Band 4, Leader 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Senate 2, 3, lntramural Football 2. Syracuse University. RAYMON D D. FEDORA nDeOn11 Industrial Arts Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Cars, Swim- ming. U. S. Navy. JAMES E. FISCHER "Jim" Technical Course. Intramural Basket- ball 4, Bowling 2, 3, House of Rep- resentatives 4, Senior Color Commit- tee 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Nineball, Golf. l.B.M. Apprentice Training. SUSAN C. FISH "Sue" College Entrance and Commercial Courses. Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 2, 3, President 3, Vice-President 2, Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Senate 2, 4, Bad- minton 2, Modern Dance 2, 3, Can- didate for Football Queen 4, Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. College. MARIE E. FORCE Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Bowling, Swim- ming. Marriage. WALTER D. FORD "Skip" Commercial and College Entrance Courses. Intramural Basketball 4, Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Nineball, Blackiack. Harpur College. GEORGE M. FRASCA Technical Course. Technical Club 2, Concert Band 2, Football Band 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, First Place in Quar- tet at Music Contest 2. Hobbies: Model Railroading, Swimming. La- fayette College. JOSEPH FUNARI "Peppy" Technical Course. Key Club 3, 4, Technical Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Jr. Varsity Bas- ketball 2, Junior Class Treasurer 3, Sophomore Class President 2, Recog- niticn of Merit-Ford Motor Company Art Awards 2. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. Clarkson College. PATRICIA J. GALLAGHER ftpottt College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, G-lee Club 2, Baseball 2. Hobbies: Swimming. Harpur College. JOHN P. GARTHNER "Yogi" Technical Course. Technical Club 3, 4, Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, 4. Hobbies: Photography. I.B.M. 40'5 vt' I li Poge Twenty-Six MARILYN E. GELATT "Honey" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Senior Ring Committee 3. I-lglwsies: Sports, Reading, Dancing. SHIRLEY A. GETMAN "Shirl" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, Basketball 2, Soft- ball 2, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Rec- ords, Dancing. I.B.M., Cadre. JULIANNE B. GORCZYNSKI "Julie" Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, ln- tramural Emblem and Hat 3, Intra- mural U-E Sweater 4, NBET Certificate for Stenographers. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. Private or Medical Secretar- ial Work. DONNA M. GRANGER "Marie" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Cooking, Golf. I.B.M., Marriage. JOAN MARIE GREEN Homemaking Course. Hobbies: Cook- ing, Sewing, Popular Music. I.B.M. Cafeteria, I.B.M. School. LAWRENCE E. GREENE NLG rryn Industrial Arts Course. Jr. Varsity Cross Country 3, Jr. Varsity Track 2, Track 3, 4. U. S. Air Force, Marriage, Electronics, I.B.M. RONALD J, GUARNIERI "Steel Wool" Technical Course. Technical Club 4: Jr. Varsity Football 4. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Archery. U. S. Marine Corps: .B.M. LAURA P. GUIDICI "Lor" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4: Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesaurus" Adver- tising Staff 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. l.B.M. ROBERT J. GUY "Guy" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Mu- sic, Cars, Guns, Records. l.B.M. JANET M. HAAG College Entrance Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4: Glee Club 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance 2: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Hobbies: Sports. Robert Packer School of Nursing. MARY A. HADAMI K Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Reading. l.B.M. DAVID I-IAINES Agriculture Course. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Swimming, Cars, U. S. Navy. wi Page Twenty-Seven STEFFIE J. HANAKOVICH ifstefi, Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Italian Club 2: Tri-Hi Club 2: An- nouncement Committee 4. Hobbies: Pgnlaing, Sports. Business School: ETHEL M. HARMON "Dolly" Commercial Course. Latin Club 3, 4, Volleyball 2, Senior Color Committee 4, NBET Certificate for Stenographers. Hobbies: Reading, Tennis, Records. Secretarial Work. CRAMER L. HARRINGTON ,,BUddy,. College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Baseball 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 4. Hobbies: Basketball, Baseball, Sports. College. MYRA J. HARRIS Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Softball 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports. Beauty Culture. MYRNA J. HARRIS "Mur" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Basketball 2: Soft- ball 2, Track 2, Hobbies: Sports, Dancing. JAMES J. HART "Jim" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Basketball 2, Intramural Football 2: Track 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Air Force. WALTER HEINE "Walt" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Trapping. Forestry. GORDON B. HOLLAND "ButcI'i' Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 37 Football Band 37 Jr. Varsity Base- ball 37 Place Award Cabinet Making Ford Motor Co, 4. Hobbies: Music, Baseball, Guns. U. S, Air Force. DELORES A. HOLLENBECK 17Deeii Commercial Course. Hobbies: Danc- ing. Office Work. PATRICIA F. HOPKO "Pot" Academic Course. Italian Club 37 Latin Club 27 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 47 "Thesaurus" Business and Circulation Staffs 27 Senate 3, 47 Archery 27 Base- ball 2, 37 Bowling 27 Hockey 2, 37 Volleyball 2, 37 Candidate for foot- ball Queen 47 Binghamton Press School Page Representative 47 Editor of "Zephyr" 47 Junior Assembly Corri- mittee 37 Junior-High Conference Committee 47 Representative to Fall Southern Tier Student Council Confer- ence 47 Student Council Dance Com- mittee 3. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Music. Journalism. RICHARD H. HOVER "Dick" College Entrance Course. Key Club 37 Jr. Varsity Basketball 27 Basketball 3, 47 Jr. Varsity Football 27 Varsity Football 3, 47 Track 2, 3, 47 All Coachesl Team in Southern Tier Cona ference Football 47 All Southern Tier Conference End 47 All Star Sun Team 4. Hobbies: Sports. Syracuse or Col- gate University. WILFORD M. HOWARD "Bill" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing. U. S. Army. JEAN M. ILLIG College Entrance Course. French Club 37 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 2, 37 Badminton 37 Tri-Hi Bowl- ing 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Cortland State Teachers College. PATRICIA J. INGALLS "Pot" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 27 U4E Choir 2, 3, 47 Glee Club 27 Girls' Ensemble 3, 47 "Thesaurus" Art Staft 3, 47 Intramural Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Art, Music. Work. LAWRENCE R. JAYNE "Polly" Technical Course. Hobbies: Baseball, Hunting, Fishing. I.B.M. WALTER L. JAYNES "Walt" General Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Billiards, Golf. U. S. Army7 College. BETSY R. JOHNS "Bets"' Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 47 Baseball 27 Basketball 27 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 37 Candidate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Reading. Business School7 I.B.M. FREDERICK A. JOHNS "Freddy" Commercial Course, Hobbies: Danc- ing, Cars. I.B.M. MARTHA E. JOHNSON 11MOrty11 Academic Course. Volleyball 3. Hob- bies: Reading, Bowling. KENNETH D. JONES "Ken" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. I.B.M. LEA JOAN JOPSON "Jocinie" General Course. Library Club 2. Hobbies: Bowling, Dancing, Swim- ming. I.B.M. or Law School. JOYCE J. JURCZAK "Joy" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 3, In- tramural Easketball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 2, 3, Intramural Soccer 2, 3, Intramural Softball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Senior Ring Commit- tee 3, Girls' First Athletic Award 2, Girls' Second Athletic Award 3, First Place Nlodern Dancing Contest 2, 3. I-lobbies: Sports, Music, Reading. Col- ege. RICHARD J. KADLECIK "Dick" Academic Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, Orchestra 4. Hobbies: Music. College. JOHN F. KELLY "Kelly" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Basketball. College. 'Ev 'ez Q + ,paw-a. Y? fn-f I Pczge Twenty-Nine KATHLEEN R. KINNEY "Kay" Music Course. Italian Club 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Drama. College. RICHARD L. KLOTZ "Dick" College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Delegate to Syra- cuse Citizenship Conference 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. College. DONALD W. KOLLAR "Coke" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting. l.B.M. MARTIN J. KONCHAR College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. Col lege. EDWARD G. KOPANSKY ,,Big Edt, Agriculture Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing, Cars. l.B.M., U. S. Mil- itary Service. THOMAS J. KOTASEK "Tom" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Cars, Automotive Mechanics, Travel. U. S. Navy, Automobile Mechanic. HARRY M. KOUTOUKAS, JR. "Kott" College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Library Club 3, Secretary 2. Hob- bies: Dramatics, Writing, Professional Theater. PAUL K. KOUTOUKAS College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4. Hob- bies: Theatre Arts, Reading. Greek Orthodox Theological Institute, Brook- line, Massachusetts. BARBARA A. KRAYCOVIC "Barb" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Senior Announcement Committee 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Can- didate for Football Queen 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Music. l.B.M. SUSAN E. KRESGE "Sue" Transfer from Vestal Central. College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Music, Sewing, Fishing. College, THOMAS J. KURKOSKI "Ski" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Basketball, Foot- ball. lndiana University. CAROL M. KYLE College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising StaFF 4, Basketball 2, Bowl- ing 2. Hobbies: Travel, Music, Sports. Cortland State Teachers College. i ff, X 4-:sv in TTU Poge Thirty NANCY ANN E. LALOR "Non" Homemaking Course. Baseball 2, ln- tramural Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 2. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. Telephone Company, l.B.M. JACK E. LAMBERT Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. U. S. Marine Corps, Harpur College. LOLA M. LANE Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, "Thesaurus" Typ- ing Staft 4. Hobbies: Reading, Danc- ing, Sports. l.B.M. KATHERINE J. LQPORTE "Kathy" Commercial Course. Volleyball 2, NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3. Hobbies: Music, Photography. Secre- tarial Work. PATRICIA A. LQSTELLA "Pot" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Glee Club 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Hockey 2, Soccer 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Danc- ing, Records. Secretarial Work. SYLVIA M. LQSTELLA "Syl" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Basketball 2, 3, Bowling 2, 3, Hockey 2, Soccer 2, 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming. Lowell Business School. JAC K V. LAWTON Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 3', 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Jr. Var- sity Basketball 2, Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Hobs bies: Custom Cars. U. S. Army, I.B.M. EUGENE J. LECLAIR "Gener" Commercial Course. "Thesaurus" Cov- er Committee 4, Class Colors Commits tee 4. Hobbies: Water Sports, Hunt- ing, Mechanics. King's Point Maritime Academy or U. S. Navy. MARIAN T. LESKO "Mars" Transfer from St. Patrick's Academy, Binghamton. College Entrance Course. Latin Club 4, "A.P.S.L. Cum Laude" Latin Certificate 3, First Place Art Award 3. Hobbies: Embroidering Fig- ure Skating. Wilson Memorial School of Nursing. GORDON E. LILLIE ' "Gordie" Commercial Course. "B" Band 2, Football Band 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. College or I.B.M. RICHARD LINDLOFF "Dick" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Archery. Become a Mason. ROBERT W. LITTLE "Bob" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Cars. WA,-..., Page Thirty-One JOHN R. LOCKETT Commercial Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Barber Shop Quartet 3, House of Rep- resentatives 2. Hobbies: Music. Danc- ing, Swimming. I.B,M. PALMA R. LONGO College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Leaders' Club Award 3, Soccer All-Star Team 2, 3. Hobbies: Sports. College. ROBERT C. LORENCE "Bob" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2. Hobbies: Trop- ical Fish, Water Skiing, Boating. I.B.M. Toolmaker Apprentice. RONALD M. LUCIANO "Ron" College Entrance Course. Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Football I, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Foote ball 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Second Team for Southern Tier Con- ference 4. Hobbies: Sports, Records. Syracuse University. RICHARD A. MACHARYAS ,,DiCk,, Commercial Course. Hobbies: Sports, Radio. Business School, I.B.M. GEORGIA J. MACHOTKA College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 4, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 4, House of Representatives 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 4, Biology Honorary Seminar 2. Hobbies: Ballet, Stamps, Reading. College. VIRGINIA L. MACUCH "Vee" Commercial Course. NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3. Hobbies: Popu- lar Music, Reading. Secretarial Work. CELESTE H. MAGGIORE HI-estytt College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 4, Latin Club 4, Modern Dance Club 2, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Concert Band2, 4, Football Band 2, 4, "The- saurus" General Staff 2, 4, First Place Modern Dance Contest 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Music. College. NICK MAGURA Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing, Fishing. U. S. Army, College. MARGARET E. MALIA Hpeggytf College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 4, Latin Club 4, Library Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesaurus" General StaFF 4, Archery 4, Volleyball 2. Hob- bies: Reading, Drawing, Piano. St. Joseph's College, Maryland. NANCY L. MALOWICKY "Nance" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, "Thesaurus" General Stat? 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, Hockey 4, Volleyball 3, Representative, Model U. N. 3, Representative for Safe Driving Day 4, Hobbies: Rifle, Travel, Reading. Wilson Memorial School of Nursing. ANN MARIE MANCINI College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Intramural Bas- ketball 2, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, Junior Class Assembly, Senior Class Initia- tion Committee. Hobbies: Reading, Records, Sewing. St. Mary's School of Nursing, Rochester. pg 'UNL :QI 25 5 Ntgl- M A I innv -...wr rf Page Thirty-Two If I 15 ANTONIA E. MANCINI "Toni" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music. Secretarial Work. SAMUEL V. MANNING "Som" Technical Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Sports. I.B.M. LOIS M. MARTIN Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Sen- ior Announcement Committee 4, Intra- mural Baseball 2, 3, Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Hockey 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports. I. B. M. DEAN W. MASLAND College Entrance Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4. Hobbies: Outdoor Sports, Basketball, Music, Rennselaer Poly- technic Institute or Lafayette College. GEORGE W. MATOLA "Moe" College Entrance Course. House of Representatives 2, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Basketball 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Most Improved Player Award in Football 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. CHARLES A. MATTISON "Art" College Entrance Course. Intramural Football 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College. DAVID A, MAYES "Dove" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3. Hobbies: Stamps, Coins. l.B.M. JANET L. McCARTY "Jon" Commercial and Art Courses. Tri-Hi Club 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball Band 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staft, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, First Place in Clarinet Quartet at Ithaca Music Contest 3, I-loblgies: Painting, Sports, Music. .B. . KENNETH W, McDAVlT riKen1i College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, School Carnival 3, Sen- ior Ring Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Clothes lSellingl. U. S. Military Service or College. DAVID J, MCMANUS "Moc" Commercial Course, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staft 2. Hobbies: Cars, Danc- ing, Jazz Records. Cadre or U. S. Navy. GARALD I-I, McMANUS "Gary" College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, Empire Boys' State Representative 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Hunting. Col- lege. JOANNE K. McMANUS "Jo" General Course. Hobbies: Art, Danc- ing, Cheerleading. l.B.M. JOYCE A. McPl-IERSON "Jo" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 2, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4, Candi- date for Football Queen 4, Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Sports. Business School. MARY ANN McQUADE College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Hockey 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Soccer 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Ice Skating, Swimming, Singing, State Hospital School of Nursing, SAUNDRA C. McVANNON "Mickey" General Course. Junior Red Cross 3, Tri'Hi Club 2, Archery 2, Track 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Church Work. Bob Jones University. MARLENE N. MIKELS Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, U-E Choir 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Skating, Bowling. Secretarial Work. JAMES A. MILLER "Jim" College Entrance Course. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Hunting, Fishing. College. VIRGINIA E. MOLLICA "Vee" Commercial Course. Italian Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, House of Rep- resentatives 3, Badminton 3, Basket- ball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, NBET Certificate for Stenogra- phers 3. Hobbies: Cheering, Sports, Dancing. l.B.M. 7 RAYMOND O. MONEAGLE HROYH College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Tennis, Ping-Pong, Fishing. Rennse- laer Polytechnic Institute. GRACE A. MONTICELLO General Course, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Hockey 2, Soccer 2, Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Records, Movies. I.B.M. or Telephone Company. ELLEN M. MORAN Academic Course. Commercial Club 4, Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 4, House ot Representatives 4, Basketball 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Volleyball 2, 4. l-lgblslxies: Music, Sports, Dancing. FRANCIS A, MORAVEC "Fran" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Hockey 2, 3, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Spgolvts, Dancing, Listening to Records. EDWARD W, MOREAN "Woodchuck" College Entrance Course. Bowling 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling, Flying. U. S. Military Service. MARY B. MOSSER Transfer from Newton High School, Newton, Iowa, and Binghamton Cen- tral. College Entrance Course. Worked on the Nativity Scene for the Christ- mas Decorations 4. Hobbies: Art Work. Thill College lMedical Tech- nologyl. lm- Poge Thirty-Four N RONALD J. MRVA "Ron" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Volley- b?lM4. Hobbies: Sports, Pop Music. SUSAN D. MURRAY "Sue" College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Modern Dance Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Gen- eral Staft 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Bad- minton 2, Basketball 2, Candidate for Ford Foundation Scholarship 2, Rep- resentative for National Education Week 4, Delegate to Model U. N. Assembly 3, Modern Dance Contest 3. Hobbies: Dramatics, Ballet, Records. College. ANGELA A. MUSA "Ange" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Representatives 2, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 4, Volleyball 4, Football Gift Committee 4, Senior Ring Com- mittee 3, Senior Welcoming Commit- tee 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Driving, Water Skiing. Slippery Rock, Penn- sylvania, or Genesee State Teachers College. PATRICIA A. NAGLE "Pot" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Secretary 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, "The- saurus" Advertising Stat? 4, NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3. Hob- bies: Sports, Music. I.B.M. OVIDIO R. NEIRA "Bob" Industrial Arts Course. Varsity Foot- ball 3, Track 2, 3, Captain of the l954 Triple Cities, Zone, and Sec- tional Champions of the Southern Tier 3. Hobbies: Sports. College, Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Pl-IYLLIS M. NICHOLS "Phyl" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3. Hobbies: Bowling, Swimming, Danc- ing. Ofilice Work in Henry's, Mar- riage. NANCY ANN NIVISON "Non" General Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Skat- ing, Music. Photography. JOHN F. O'BRIEN i'Jock" College Entrance Course. House of Representatives 3, Empire Boys' State Representative 3, Junior Rotarian 4. Hobbies: Electricity, Mexican History. Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute. PATRICK E. O'BRlEN "Pot" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Senate 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Empire Boys' State Rep- resentative 3, Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Sports, Automobiles. La- fayette or Union College. NANCY J, O'HARA College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 3, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, All State Music Festival 4. Hobbies: Mu- sic. College. CORINNE D, OLIVER "Connie" College Entrance Course. French Club 3, Football Band 2, U-E Choir 4, Ac- companist 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Accom- panist 3, 4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Commen- dation for Essay in Scholastic Cre- ative Writing Contest 3. Hobbies: Mu- sic, Travel. Fredonia State Teachers College. JACQUELINE A. O'NElL "Jockie" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Archery 4, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Soft- ball 2, 3, Vollevball 2, 3, 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Driving, Swimming. Ridley Secretarial School. 147 ct-1 Page Thirty-Five ROBERT F. OSBORNE "Ozzy" College Entrance Course. Cross Coun- try 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country Letters 2, 3, 4, Track Letters 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Running, General Sports. Syracuse University. RITA J. PALMER Homemaking Course. Orchestra 2, 4. Hobbies: Music, Art, Sewing. Baptist Bible Seminary, Marriage. GRACE MARIE PALMISANO "Groce" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 3, Leaders' Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, "The- saurus" General Staff 4, Archery 2, Badminton 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Vollev- ball 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club Award 3, Soccer All Star Team 2, 3. Hobbies: Reading, Cheerleading, Bowling. Caz- enovia Junior College. COSMO A. PARISI "Cos" Industrial Arts Course. House of Rep- resentatives 2, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4. College. ROBERT F. PARKE "Bob" College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 3, U-E Choir 3, 4, Intramural Foot- ball 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. ANTHONY A. PASQUALE 1,-I-Onyff College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. GENE M, PASTRICK Industrial Arts Course, Basketball 3, Assistant Manager 3. Hobbies: Fish- ing, Basketball, Cars. The Citadel, U. S. Army. DIANNE M. PENNELL "Di" Commercial Course, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Tresaurer 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Stat? 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, 3, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Foot- ball Gitt Committee 4, Senior Ring Committee 3, Senior Welcoming Com- mittee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Photogra- phy, Driving. Business School, l.B.M. JUDITH A. PERO "Judy" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, 3, President 3, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Archery 2, Badminton 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Athletic Awards 2, U-E Sweater 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Cortland State Teach- ers College. LUCILLE A. PERO "Lucy" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Italian Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports. l.B.M. CAROLINE F, PETRAK "Petey" Technical Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, 3. Hobbies: Ma- chine Shop, Swimming, Reading. Link Aviation or Modern Design. JOSEPH A. PETRAK "JOSH Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Stamp Collecting, Read- ing. Go Out West to a Warmer Cli- mate. ,219 'Tj s-.. ' 153' sfo 'SF' fi Poge Thirty-Six N. RONALD G. PHILLIPS "Ron" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, President 3. Hobbies: Cars. Broome County Technical Institute iTool Designerl. FRANK N. PICCIANO "Bucky" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Second Team Southern Tier Conference Football 4, Honorable Mention 3, Senior Initiation Commit- tee 4, Honorable Mention Triple Cities Football All Star Team 4. Hobbies: Sport Cars, Hunting, Football. Col- lege. L. DONNA PIERCE "Red" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 4, Library Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. Binghamton City Hospital School of Nursing. HELEN PIPTA Academic Course. Commercial Club 4, Spanish Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, House of Representa- tives 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, All-Star Intramural Team 2, 3, Captain 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Girls' Intra- mural Sports Award 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Sewing. College. SALVATORE M. PISANI "Som" Industrial Arts Course. Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, First and Second Awards at Instrumental Music Contest 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Playing a Horn, Hunting, Fishing. l.B.M. then U. S. Army Band. DOROTHEA A. PITARRA HDOV, College Entrance Course. Italian Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising StaH 2, 3, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Senior Initiation Com- mittee 4. Hobbies: Reading, Music, Sports, Dancing. Strong Memorial School of Nursing or Fredonia State Teachers College. ANTHONY M. PITTARELLI 11-I-onyn Industrial Arts Course. Football Band 4, Orchestra 4. Hobbies: Body Build- ing, Electronics. Post Graduate, Broome County Technical Institute. VINCENT C. PITTARELLI "Vince" General Course. Concert Band 2, Foot- ball Band 2, U-E Choir 4, Orchestra 2, 4, Sectional Band 3, New York State School Music Association Con- test 2, 3. Hobbies: Music. FREDRICK C. PLAUMANN nFredt1 Technical Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. Broome County Technical Institute, l.B.M. CAROL A. PODEST Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 4, Bad- minton 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 3, Hockey 4, Soccer 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Rep- resentative to Girls' State 3, Repre- sentative for National Education Week 4, NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3, Athletic Awards 3, 4, Modern Dance Award 3. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Music. l.B.M. JACQUELINE B. POZZI "Jockie" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Glee Club 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Movies. CHESTER J. PROSINSKI "Chet" Art Course. Christmas Decorating Committee 4. Pratt Institute, Q: 'Er x.a,3. ,-na. '29 Page Thirty-Seven DONALD V. PULLANO "Don" lndustrial Arts Course. Track 3, Vol- leyball 4. Hobbies: Cars, Guns, Hunt- ing. l.B.M. or U. S. Air Force. DOMINIC F. PUTRINO nsonnyn College Entrance Course. House of Representatives 2, Golf 2, 3, 4. Hob- bies: Sports, Hunting, Fishing. l.B.M. or College. FAI MAI QUON "DampieS" General Course. Junior Red Cross 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 2, "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2, Vol- leyball 2. Hobbies: Tap Dancing, Sports, Dogs. St. John's School of Nursing. M. LYLE RAMER "Roe" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, "The- saurus" Circulation Staff 4, Tri-Hi Archery 2, Intramural Basketball 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 4. Hobbies: Read- ing, Music, Sports. School of Nurs- ing. LOlS A. RAPPAPORT College Entrance Course. French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 2, Tri- Hi Knitting 3, Second Place Flute En- semble Award 2, First Place Flute En- semble Award 3, Second Flutist All State Sectional Band 4, Two-Year Band Award 4, Second Place Winner "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 4, First Place Modern Dancing Competi- tion 2, Representative at Model Unit- ed Nations Assembly 3. Hobbies: Mu- sic. College. OLGA L. RAYMONDI "Roe" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" Circulation Stat? 3, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 4: Bowling 2, Soccer 2, 3, Volley- l::ElIM 2. Hobbies: Dancing,. Sports. VICTOR V. RECCHIA "Vic" Academic Course. Hobbies: Fishing, Pool. U. S. Air Force. AVIS J. REINES "Av" College Entrance Course. Junior Latin Club 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, Biology Honor Seminar 2, Representative to Syracuse Citizen- ship Day 3, 4, First Prize in "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 4, Candidate for Ford Foundation Scholarship 2, Band Awards 2, 3, 4, First Place Music Medal, Second Place Music Medal. Hobbies: Music, Reading. Col- ege. DONALD L. REINING "Don" College Entrance Course. Cross Coun- try Team 2. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. Oswego State Teachers College DELOR IS SANDRA RHODES ::Dee:: Transfer from Newark Valley Central School. Commercial Course. Library Club 2, Glee Club 2, Intramural Bad- minton 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Intramural Softball 2, Intramural Vol- leyball 2, Athletic Association Secre- tary 2. Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Roller Skating, Dancing. Secretarial Work ILegalJ or Katherine Gibbs School. BARBARA L. RIPIC College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. Hob- bies: Sports. School of Nursing. JOHN J, RIPIC Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunt- ing. l.B.M. or College. SHIRLEY A. RIPIC "ShirI" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3,- 4, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Hob. P552 5Ports, Music. l.B,M. or Tele- p one Comany. PATRICIA C. RIVENBURG ttpottt College Entrance Course. Latin Club 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, ln- tramural Basketball 2, Intramural Vol- leyball 3. Hobbies: Piano, Reading, Hiking. Wilson Memorial School of Nursing. ROGER MICHAEL RIZZI "Riz" Industrial Arts Course. Football Band 2. Hobbies: Football, Hunting, Swim- ming. Cornell University, I.B.M. PAUL M. RIZZUTO Technical Course. Cross Country Man- ager 4, Track Manager 3. Hobbies: National Guards. Farmingdale Tech- nical Institute. LYNNE ROBERTS Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music, Reading. l.B.M. MARGOT M. ROBERTS t,MOggiet, College Entrance Course, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Badminton 2, Volleyball 2, 3. Hobbies: Reading, Records, Danc- ing. College. ROSE L. ROSSI "Rosie" Commercial Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Driving, Roller Skating. New York City Modeling School. GABRIEL M. RUSSIN "Gabe" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4: Jr. Varsity Basketball 2: Basket- ball 3. Hobbies: Sports. I.B.M. lTool- makerl. DAVID SAFFORD "Dove" Art and Industrial Arts Course. Art Work for the Student Council 2, 3. Hobbies: Art. U. S. Navy: I.B.M. WANETA F. SANFORD "Netra" College Entrance Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Badminton 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Athletic Awards 3, 4. Hobbies: Church, Sports, Music. Binghamton State Hospital School of Nursing. MARY L. SARCENO General Course. Library Club 3, 4: Tri-Hi Club 2, 4: Glee Club 2. Hob- bies: Collecting Stamps, Cooking, Sewing. Office Work llnsurancel: .B. . DOROTHY M. SARGENT "Dottie" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4: Junior Red Cross 3: Tri-Hi Club 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4: Volleyball 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Skating, Music. Secretarial Work. 1' Page Thirty-Nine .-us. FRANK W. SCALES General Course. Intramural Basketball 4: Jr. Varsity Football 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Books. JOYCE A. SCALES College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2: Basketball 2, Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Cars. Cortland State Teach- ers College. JUDITH M. SCALONE "Judy" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music, Fencing. Cortland State Teachers Col- ege. ANTOINETTE M. SCRUFARI "Toni" General Course. Friendship Club 2, 3: Junior Red Cross 4. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Reading, Dancing. I.B.M. Country Club. MARY L. SCRUFARI "Lou Lou" General Course. Friendship Club 3: Junior Red Cross 4: Tri-Hi Club 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Football Band 2, 3, 4: "Thesaurus" Committee: First Place Medal in Music Contest llthacal in Trio 3, Hobbies: Music, Dogs, Sports. I.B.M. or Practical Nursing School, BEVERLY A. SCUDDER "Bev" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 2: U-E Choir 2, 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: "Thesaurus" Circulation Staff 2,3: Badminton 2, 3. Hobbies: Creative Writing, Music, Sports. I.B.M. RICHARD T. SEELY "Dick" Agriculture Course. Future Farmers' of America 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting. College. HELEN SELANICH "Lonco" Art Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Orchestra 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, Softball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3. Hob- bies: Sports, Music, Tinting Photo- graphs. l.B.M. EMIL SELIGA "Em" College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Basketball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. VERON ICA M. SELTZ ER "Ronnie" College Entrance Course. Friendship Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Tri-Hi Club 4, Basketball 2, 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. Cortland State Teach- ers College. ROBERT A. SENISKA "Red" Technical- Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Track Lete ters 4. Hobbies: Woodworking, Me- chanics. l.B.M. LEROY J. SHEARER "Lee" Technical Course, Golf Team 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Golf, Cars, Dancing. Trade School. R. HENRY SHEARER "Hank" Industrial Arts Course. Golf 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Golf, Music, Dancing. JULIANNE SHELEPAK "Annie" College Entrance Course. Spanish Club 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Bas- ketball 2, Bowling 2, 3, Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Records. l.B.M. GERALD E. SHIRLEY "Jim" Agriculture Course. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Hunting. U. S. Army. JEAN M. SIMPSON College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Badmin- ton 3, Basketball 3, Softball 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Photography, Piano Accordion. Cort- land State Teachers College. FRANKLIN C. SINCLAIR ttsinktt College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Fishing, Sports. Col- lege. SUZANNE M. SMITH "Susie" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, Basketball 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Volleyball 3, 4. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Sports. l.B.M. GABRIEL J. SOCHOR "Soch" College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Letters 2. Hobbies: Chemistry. U. S. Army. ANNA M. SOLAN "Ancho" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2. Hob- bies: Music. College. MONICA C. SOLTIS College Entrance Course..Tri-Hi Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Music. Wilson Memo- rial School of Nursing. CAROL R. SPANGENBERG General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, 4, Archery 2, Modern Dance 2, Track 2. Hobbies: Reading, Swimming, Bowling. College. JOANNE M. STAGE "Jo" College Entrance Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Senate 4, Secretary 4, "Thesaurus" Circulation Stafl 2, Intramural Bad- minton 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, All Star Team 3, Intramural Volley- ball 3, 4, Champion Honor Team 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Candidate for Football Queen 4, Second Place in the County Health Poster Contest 3, Hob- bies: Painting, Reading, Sports. Col- ege. TINA L. STARIKOV College Entrance Course. French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 2, 3, Sen- ior Color Committee 4, Representative to Model U. N, 3, First Place Winner in "Voice of Democracy" Contest 2. Hobbies: Reading, Tennis, Dramatics. College. ef' 'V' "Q: . I Poge Forty-One Tl-IERESA M. STEENBURG "Terrie" College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2. 3, Football Band 2. 3, Baseball 2. 3, 4: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, Track 2, Volley- ball 2, 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Bowling. Binghamton State Hospital School of Nursing. JOHN T. STERLING College Entrance Course. Key Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4. Hob- bies: Reading, Sports. College. RICHARD V. STETHERS "Dick" Technical Course. B Band 2, Concert Band 3, 4, Football Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 4, Second Place in Poster Contest 2. Hobbies: Boats, Hunting, Cars. Broome County Technical In- stitute. DAVID G. STEVENS "Dove" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, New York State District Sec- retary 4, Empire Boys' State Repre- sentative 3, Senator, WENE School Re- porter 2, "Thesaurus" Announcement Committee 4, "Thesaurus" General StaFF 2, 3, 4, Cornell Sub-Freshmen Weekend 3. Hobbies: Sports, Reading. University of Buftalo. R, SANDRA STONE "Sandy" College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 3, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Bad- minton 3, 4, Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Leaders' Club Emblem. Hobbies: Golf, Skating, Swimming. College. DONNA C. STRATTON Commercial Course. Concert Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Two First Place Music Awards for Ensemble 3, Second Place 2, First Place Music Award for Solo 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. College. WILLIAM H. STURDEVANT "Bill" Transfer from Whitney Point Central School. Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Football 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Baseball Award 3. I-lglzibtaiesz Hunting, Baseball, Fishing. ELLEN J. SWAGLER Commercial Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain All Star Team 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, All Star Team 3, 4, Senior Color Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports. Elmira College. BARBARA M. SWARTWOUT "Barbie" Commercial Course. Hobbies: Records. l.B.M. or Telephone Operator. MARIO J. SYLVESTER "Mutt" Commercial Course. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 3, Basketball 4: Cross Country 4, Senior Color Com- mittee 4. Hobbies: Sports. l.B.M. PETER M. SYLVESTER "Pete" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, Senate 4, Treasurer, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Athletic Advisory Board 3, 4, Senior Class Treasurer 4, Sophomore Class Vice-President 2. Hobbies: Sports. College. - ALICE R. SZCZEPANSKI Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 4, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising StaFf 3, 4, Badminton 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Field Hockey 4, Soc- cer 4, Track 3, 4, lntramural Volley- ball 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Sports, Traveling. Oiice Work. ELIZABETH A. SZEDLOCK ,,BeHyi, Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4: U-E Choir 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Ac- companist 2, House of Representatives 3, Secretary 3, "Thesaurus" Typing Staff 4, Junior Class Assembly 3. Hob- bzes: Music, Sports, Sewing. l.B.M. DONNA M. TARNOWSKI College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2: Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 3, 4,.Glee Club 2, House of Represen- tatives 4, Basketball 2, 4, Bowling 4, Cheerleader 3, 4: Candidate for Foot- ball Queen 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Sewing. College. RONALD J. TERPAK "Ron" College Entrance Course. Key Club 2, 3, 4, Senate 2, Bowling 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. College. DAWN M. THAYNE Commercial Course. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Sports. Work, Marriage. RONALD A. THAYNE "Ron" Commercial Course. Jr. Varsity Base- ball 3, lntramural Basketball 2, 4. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Navy. RICHARD THOMAS "Dick" Industrial Arts Course. Baseball 2, Manager. Hobbies: Guns, Cars, Fish- ing. l.B.M,, U. S. Navy. CAROL M. THOMSON Commercial Course. Hobbies: Read- ing. I.B.M. or Ridley Secretarial School. JAMES A. THORNE "Jim" College Entrance Course. Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Con- cert Band 2, 3, Football Band 2, 3. Hobbies: Radio Amateur, Music. I.B.M. CAROL A, TOWNSEND College Entrance Course. Tri-Hi Club 4, Basketball 4, Bowling 4, Softball 4, Swimming 4. Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Dancing. Robert S. Packer School of Nursing. ALBERT A. TRAVER "Al" Art Course. Hobbies: Art, Baseball, Radio. Baseball. NANCY C. TREDO "Non" Homemaking Course. Leaders' Club 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Volley- ball 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports. I.B.M. WARREN G, VAlL "Vail" Technical Course. Technical Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Fishing. I.B.M. . ,Y ' .4 --. Poge Forty-Three nv-P9 ww- iz JANE A. VAN DUSEN "Jamey" College Entrance Course. Latin Club 2, Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, String Quartet 2, 3, 4, House of Represen- tatives 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Award 3, Athletic Awards, U-E Sweater. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Books. Robert Packer School of Nursing. BRUCE F. VAN HORN "Von" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4. U. S. Marine Corps. SANDRA VAN ORDER "Sandy" General Course. Junior Red Cross 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 3. Hobbies: Boating, Swimming, Dancing. SANDRA G. VARGA "Sondy" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Tri-Hi Club 4. Hob- bies: Roller Skating, Reading, Swim- ming. Insurance Company. FREDERICK P. VASILCHIK "Fritzie" College Entrance Course. Intramural Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4. U. S. Air Force. JOHN C. VENNER College Entrance Course. Key Club 4, Biology Honors Seminar 2. Hobbies: Golf, Music, Swimming. Hamilton College. PATRICIA L. VILL "Pot" Commercial Course. Friendship Club 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Tri-Hi Club 4. Hobbies: Roller Skating, Ice Skating, Dancing. Secretarial Work. ANTHONY T. VITALE "Tony" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Aviation, Hunting, Fishing. U. S. Air Force. JOSEPH B. VIVONA "Cookie" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3. Hobbies: Drawing, Sports. l.B.M. or College. PALMA V. VIVONA "Pol" College Entrance Course. Italian Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi Club 3, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, House of Representatives 3, Stu- dent Council Committee Work 4, "Thesaurus" General Stag 4, Bad- minton 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball 3, Candidate for Ford Foundation Scholarship 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Knitting. College. LEO H. VOELKLE "Sparks" College Entrance Course, Hobbies: Amateur Radio. Broome County Tech- nical Institute. FRANCES A. VU LTAGGIO "Fran" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Swim- ming, Dancing, Records. l.B.M. - ,ap-A , iii -5' -"' , Qu, ,. ,aw I - I . I 2- - X 'V' V fin-In Poge Forty-Four JAMES R. WALKER "Hank" College Entrance Course. Binghamton Press School Page Representative 4. Hobbies: Hunting, Cars, Music. Col- lege then U. S. Navy. NORMA J. WALLACE Art Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 4. Hob- Swimming, Skating, Bowling. BEVERLY R. WALTER "Bev" Commercial Course, Leaders' Club 3, 4, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, "The- saurus" Circulation Staff 4, "Thesau- rus" Typing Staff 4, Badminton 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 4, Soccer 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, NBET Certificate for Stenographers 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. l.B.M. or Bob Jones University, South Carolina. NANCY L. WARD General Course. Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 3, 4, Badminton 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4, Modern Dance Award 3, Athletic Awards. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Arts. RODGER H. WARD "Rodg" Agriculture Course. Future Farmers of America 2, 3, 4, President 4, Broome-Tioga Counties, President 4. Delhi Agriculture Technical School, U. S. Marine Corps. JAMES A. WARNER "Jim" College Entrance Course. Creative Writing Club 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, House of Representative 3, Junior Ro- tarian, "Thesaurus" General Staff 4, Bowling 2, 3, Varsity Letters 2, 3, Senior Color Committee 4. Hobbies: Swimming, Skating, Bowling. College. CAROL ANN WATSON Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Volley- ball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Literature. GARY H. WEBB College Entrance Course. lntramural Bowling Team 2. Hobbies: Football, Bowling, Baseball. I.B.M., U. S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado. MARILYN G. WEILAND "Mor" Commercial Course. Basketball 2, Soft- ball 4. Hobbies: Skating. Work. RALPH A. WEILAND "Whitey" Industrial Arts Course. Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letter in Football 2, 3, 4, Let- ter in Track 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. College. DONALD A. WELLER "Don" Technical Course. Ford Motor Contest Winner 2, 4. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Skating. I.B.M., U. S. Air Force. BARBARA E. WELSH "Barb" College Entrance Course. French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 3, Junior Latin Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Senior Ring Com- mittee 3, "Thesaurus" General StaFl 2, 3, 4, Badminton 3, Volleyball 3, Member of Biology Honor Seminar 3, Representative to Model United Nations General Assembly 3, Award- ed Advanced Admission to Oberlin College for Ford Foundation 2. Hob- bies: Music, Traveling, Sports. Col- ege. 'vm ,QW Page Forty-Five 'sf -we TERRY E. WHITAKER "Whit" Industrial Arts Course. lntramural Football 2. Hobbies: Cars, Pool, Hunting. U. S. Navy. WILLIAM S. WHITLEY "Bill" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, Cross Country 2. Hobbies: Avia- tion, Reading. I.B.M. HELEN M. WILCOX "Willie'f Homemaking. Friendship Club 2, U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music. Marriage. CLYDE R. WILLIS College Entrance Course. French Club 4, Italian Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Junior Latin Club 2, "Thesaurus" General Staff 4, Basketball Announcer 4, Football Halftime Announcer 4, Sophomore lnitiating Committee 4. Hobbies: Sports, Radio, TV. College. BARBARA G. WINANS "Barb" College Entrance Course. U-E Choir 2, 3, 4, Modern Dancing 3. Hobbies: Music, Baby Sitting. School of Nurs- ing or School of Music. GAYLE F, WOOD Commercial Course. Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 4, House of Represen- tatives 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 4, Tri-Hi Archery, Soccer 2. Hobbies: Music, Drawing. Airline Stevvardess. ROBERT H. WOOSTER "Woost" College Entrance Course. Hobbies: Collect Stamps, Bowling, Swimming. St. Bonaventure University. JOSEPHINE YAREMA "Jo" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4. Hobbies: Trav- eling, Typing, Music. I.B.M. CAROL YOUNG Art Course. Friendship Club 2, 3: "Thesaurus" Art Statt 4. Hobbies: Ice and Roller Skating, Swimming- Beautician School, Miami, Florida. GARY J. YOUNG College Entrance Course. Intramural Football 2, Jr. Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Letters, Track 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, Letters 3, 4, Volley- ball 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports. U. S. Coast Guard Academy. MARGARET P. YOUNG npeggyh General Course. U-E Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Girls' Ensemble 3, Modern Dance 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Sports Books. Business School. ROBERT W. ZIEMBA "Bob" Technical Course. Technical Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. Hobbies: Build- ing Model Airplanes, Hunting, Fish- ing. I.B.M. Toolmaking Apprentice. TERESA G. ZIMMER "Tree" Academic Course. Library Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2, 3, 4, "Thesaurus" Ad- vertising Staff 4, Intramural Badmin- ton 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2. Hobbies: Church Choir, Dancing, Reading. School of Nursing. GEORGE ZUR "Zur" Industrial Arts Course. Intramural Bas- ketball 4, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Var- sity Football 3, 4, Letters 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Volleyball 3. Hobbies: Photog- raphy, Art Music. U. S. Military Serv- ice or College or I.B.M. PRISCILLA J. ZWIREK "Pat" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3, "Thesaurus" Advertising Staff 3, 4, Intramural Badminton 3, Intramural Baseball 3, Intramural Basketball 2 3, 4, Track 3, Volleyball 3. Hobbies Dancing. I.B.M. Additional Members of the T955 Graduating Class Otho Cederborg Elliott Cohen Eva Cole Charles Cooper William Coughlin Laurence Dyer Arlene Fleenor Fred Franta Michael Hare Ray lannone Kyrle lsenburg Frederick Johnston Ronald Jordon Sammy Katsaris Joseph Klimchuck Carolyn Mitrus George Mudry James Orsley Page Forty-Six Vincent Panella Joseph Pirri Joseph Tedeschi Austin Teed Sebastian Trapani LaVern Tuttle Roger Warden Saul Wilson SYRACUSE CITIZENSHIP CONTENDERS Richard Bolsley, Patricia Eddy, Nelson Woodard, and Janet Edwards, chosen from the junior class, prepare their speeches for the Syracuse Citizenship Day. CHRISTMAS ARTISTRY Joan Conklin and Sandra Miner admire their work at the Endicott National Bank. JUNIOR OFFICERS ' 1. Xi Ralph Titus, president, Patricia Eddy, sec- ' retary, Elnina Luizzi, vice-president. THE JUNIORS OUR SUPPORTING CAST The young hopefuls, our juniors, have shown enthusiasm as they look forward to their senior year when they shall receive top billing. Our junior class has done much to support the seniors. They have decorated for the school dances, voted for the queens, played on the winning all-star teams, elected members to the House and to the Senate, and have con- tributed their talents to band, orchestra, and choir. They have proved themselves worthy of star- ring in next year's production. HONOR CLASS Miss Alderson oversees her industrious Eng- lish honor class as they read their day's assignment. Page Forty-Seven SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Paul Mersereau, vice-president, Angela Mo- naco, secretary, Frank Annese, president. DAVE NAYLOR'S BAND Peter Vivona, Frank Gigante, Richard De- Pofi, David Naylor. THE SOPHOMORES Since the curtain rose on their first year at U-E High, the sophomores have been a busy troupe. ln recalling the past year, one of the first scenes that comes to mind is the sopho- more talent show during which the juniors and seniors discovered that these new mem- bers of U-E had real ability. As the year progressed, they entered into the school activities with enthusiasm-the loudest cheerers at the school games, the loudest applauders in assemblies Cin the eyes of the sophomoresl. They, also, like their upper classmen, proudly elected three class officers, who, along with their sophomore classmates, still shore a common goal-to be members of the graduating class of '57. Page Forty-Eight CHRISTMAS DECORATORS Joanne Michael, Mary Ellen Graham, Otis Wolf, William Fairchild. ix, 'i rl C,i.uB it ll 5 'jp "- li , gg s Y a il fi l i is if s l l ' , J l X 1 xl lr f x lliX l X 1 l l ll lxl ix ll ll, Q a l ,. X it ll wx il f lllll fl J ,ldlg fl it f X or i zilllllllhlxllll ,lul l 1' e E' X TEM-nNsc,Ax.. CU-W' w in -l-Rl ' J Q l 'will r i i ll "Union gives strength."-Aesop Organizations have o wonderful unity-a unity built on sim ilar interests and good friendships-just as colorful theatrical trunks, full of props, costumes, and wigs pile up to make unity in the brilliance of any production. Page Forty N' , ,h -' .. ... ,i -.- F.-. --...s,-,.H , C .... f 1 5 .X 1 1 -,"' ii i " cf Y 'V SENATE Susan Fish President Anim Beck W Michael Beirne gl ll, 5, - . RTT? S A , K, ,' ,V sgcau yi ' ' s X .S p Paul Mersereau Joanne Stage Frank Annese f. 1: cz: 1: ., J T L T 1 .. S cg . X X F I Peter Sylvester Gail Piatt Pflffick COHBO Eugene Malick iii , N-X I i If 'Z ,l z if 1 S1 - J , A cs ,- -- ' l NX. W "T 'ft .J k I X J! , ai N 5 , .V ,J I X 'ww A 5? 4 i s E M y I 17 Q Mg no Patrick O Brien Rim Lesko Ralph Tlms fic, I1 4 I , id J T? X i 52 rye, g- W , Q- ,Q gt as-3 '.,. 13 1 'fb' 1 3, 1.1 it, K., f fl-Q' Q '4," ', :3 X ' c . -V V bfi, I: - 1 M--in p V ' - x , ig . Q qidiviugviid I 4 Robert Butchko Patricia Hopko Rosemary Ciccarelli - ff,-'?E-AQTH in Tv 75' 'if " ' f" ' -' jf ' ' I 'Q' "VJ 5 ,-ig: ve , . , , 1 S S - .ff c .fu fed, ,ff 1 f TTILS-:.-" - -in H . , 4, ,Y ' , , 5 ,D f ..,-...-..,,,-T ' ' , I T 15" 5 LJ-. ----ff Q -if r 17 -,711 ,,,,, A -,,....,... T f T STUDENT U-E's Student Government has made a fine showing on the screen of momentous events during the '54-'55 season. There were thirty-two members of the House of Rep- resentatives, each elected from his or her homeroom. This group meets every Tuesday during the fifth period. Meeting the fifth period every Monday, the Senate, composed of twelve members from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, conducts its meetings. These were some of the highlights from the Student Government's outstanding film production: playing host to the Southern Tier Conference for student governments, held at U-E this year, participating in a joint sponsorship of the tribute for Ty Cobb, and spon- soring a Sophomore Assembly for the benefit of the senior class. In December, the group supervised and financed the unusual Christmas decorations in front of the school. Page Fifty 1-lf' r-if-1 A S A W ' S S S N Soedlierlotthe l-louse TIT 'T' S C ' 1 S C ,N ,... , ,., s W we E ,4 'sf "' z N " f' -- Qf.-23' :J 5 W J . ."' l' 'il .ff .... 'L , S D D in 7 5 V Robert Humphreys Edith Sgobba Jeyee English SGHGFO Miner Eugene S. Hawley HOUSE OF if , 3 E, E 1-.319 REPRESENTATIVES V H , V ...nw -, Q Connie Baldoni Joseph Martinak Christina Cannavino Janet Edwards Hereld Crawford Q T Q X lie' if Tr lr. , M., ,' - hge, mv ' , uf ez., ee M , . J QQ ' 7. , vs. Patricia Hanley Joel Conwicke James Fischer Grace Momlcello Ellen MOVOV1 , i ,EX ' ee "3 X I Robert Cappellett Angela Monaco James Cahill Joan Hessian Niehelee Malefese .1 :.., , ,V A k,LL L. A g ,LW nw, ,, ca, W hx: if X in ee N' ' 9 , V Carol Harman Linda Whitman Charles Nicholas DOHHCI Tarnowski RlCh0fd HOVWGY Judith Theodore ff- 's' qi?-E: g- .A l er,V li, -3: H wr-1 . ' , it Q-Q ' wr 'A K ,. .,Q: M we ' 5 MN' ,J x ' 'W' J 3 4 I . Constance Morley Donald Piatt Jane VanDusen Thomas Hopko Beverly Sim David Wheeler A E, 1' f- er' : 'eff f gzfje ,fp 'e . W, . E U N-m-- gill- T',?,,,..L 'ggi . E- Y Y V H GOVERNMENT In the line of charity, the Council conducted a drive for needy children at Christmas, sent the U-E Dance Band on the March of Dimes Telethon in January, and continued to sponsor Emil Grobner, a European war orphan living in West Germany. With Mr. Crooks, serving as the Council's experienced adviser, Joyce English as speaker of the House, and Michael Beirne as president of the school and head of the Senate, the Student Government also pronfoted good relations between U-E and other schools in the Triple Cities by holding exchange assemblies. The Student Government production was impressive this year, one that will challenge future activities. Page Fifty-One JUNIOR RED CROSS hx XX f First row, left to right: Donna Ingraham, Fai Mai Quon, Gail t. I 4 Weikle, Jovina Vincelli, Jack Benjamin, Mary Joan Rought, f Shirley Walker, Mrs. Vartuli, Judy Gillette. , Second row: Gail Grimes, Sandra Lou Doster, Sheila Burns, Elaine 'ai' Fillman, Wilma Dayton, Nancy Lalor, Antoinette Scrufari, Mar- garet Howard, Mary Lou Scrufari, Sally Salzano, Ethel Norton, . Ruth Westover, Elgie Begeal. Third row: James Thorne, Katherine Ann McCabe, Marilyn Snover, Alice Alderman, Ronald Naylor, William Wood, Paul Koutoukas, Joyce Brown, Charlotte Schnell, John Danton. , 1, ,K ,4 I The members of the Junior Red Cross, which is under the direction of Mrs. Vartuli, were very active in different projects throughout the year. First, the members elected their officers: Jovina Vincelli, president, Fai Mai Quon, vice-president, Gail Weikle, secretary, Jack Benjamin, treasurer, and Mary Joan Rought, publicity chairman. The first enterprising project of the Club was its annual membership drive contest for the entire school. Miss Vogelgsang's room, IIO, won this contest for the second consecu- tive year. During the Christmas season, the Club sponsored a party for needy children and also donated a sum of money to be used for veterans' Christmas gifts. The Club's annual Sadie Hawkins Day dance, which is anticipated by the students each year, was a great success. Later in the year, the Club sent a chest of toys, school supplies, and personal items to needy children abroad. The Junior Red Cross rnembers felt, that through charitable projects like these, they were serving their school and their country as well. Xxlikf CREATIVE WRITING -' .l-l S O i ES' The smallest organization, the Creative Writing Club, was held together by a few faithful students. Informal meetings without elected officers were held f twice a month. The "Five LoyaIists" discussed books and - writings of already famous authors. The future writers put ' their creative ability on paper in forms of poetry, plays, word pictures, and short stories. Carrying on the tradition of U-E's Creative Writing Club are: Harry Koutoukas, Sharon Brow-n, James Warner, Paul Koutoukas, Carol Barnes. X X Z A i li l I Page Fifty-Two I LJ: V li Q i al if : ull M4 L51 J-FQ: ili :li . 5 I' 4 E253 , A - .3-" KQV fe' L'"lY'l"'lY:l"f!ll!'lI'1'll .ff -Q 5 4f"'5?'k'm W3'FZy'5 ' J,fi,-Qi' P ':-fmt-is ffg-: -, i gl - 0 .- fQ:'r,,f .G Qkff,-' . M E-QQ: X r 1: ,v J- rs .. , - FRENCH CLUB First row, left to right: Nelson Woodard, Timothy Horan, Bette Maxfield, Penny Wise, Marilyn Case. Second row: Tina Starikov, Cathy McNaughton, Barbara Welsh, Susan Murray, Lois Rappaport, Miss Mealy, Marilyn Barno. Standing: Carol King, Sandra Dyer, Mary Lano, Joyce English, Anne Fitch, Sue Sturzenegger, Celeste Maggiore, Frank Hoffman, LeRoy Wilce, Margaret Cahill, Janet Edwards, Sheila Krellen, Louisa McConnell. Le Cercle Francais as the members of the U-E French Club call their organization, had a very industrious '54-'55 season. Meetings were held bi-monthly on Tuesdays after school. ln the fall of '54, the group of approximately thirty-five members, composed of French students or those who had taken French, elected the following officers: president, Susan Murray, vice-president, Barbara Welsh, secretary, Lois Rappaport, and treasurer, Georgia Machotka. Under the experienced guidance of Miss Janet Mealy, the Club planned many ac- tivities dealing with France, although French has never been spoken at the meetings. In November, Dr. H. Guilak from Iran, an interne at Binghamton City Hospital, spoke to the group in French on "La Vie des Etudiants Francais." Mrs. Giselle Weldon, a war bride from France, gave the members a little of the feeling of a French Christmas when she spoke on "Noel en France" at a December meeting. Also, in December, the group sent money for a CARE package to France, and later received many answers from the grateful recipients. Combining a Valentine's Day and a cafe theme, the Club held its fourth annual "Cafe de Paris" dance in February. As the final event of the season, there was the annual banquet in the spring. All concerned felt that through these energetic activities, they were enjoying social functions and learning more about France and its customs. SPANISH CLUB l 3 G t .. as f r l' ' 5, N weated, left to right: Patricia Havrilka, Patricia Eddy, John Ster- ing, Marjorie Powell. Ltanding, left to right: Gail Grimes, Anita Baer, Sharon Brown, loanne Stage, Peter Sylvester, Carolyn Carr, Mary Eck, Sharon Gibson, Mary Ellen MacDowall, Aiza Gomez. Spanish is a modern language, and it was this :act that made the members of the U-E Spanish Club establish their goal-to promote a better understand- ng of the language they were studying. A CARE Jackage sent to Spain helped to carry out this goal, since the members were promoting friendship with 'he very people that speak the language. Although there were fewer members than in past fears, during the year all were eager to see the nu- nerous movies on Spain. Throughout the meetings, the club benefited from the help of the elected offi- cers: president, Patricia Eddy, vice-president, Patricia Havrilka, secretary, Margie Powell, treasurer, John Sterling. The highlight ofthe Spanish Club's season was the annual spring dance, flavored with Spanish atmos- phere. However, none of these activities could have been carried out without the fine supervision of Mr. Zonio. Page Fifty-Three KEY CLUB f ag 1 Seated, left to right: Donald Piatt, Michael Colella, David Wheeler, Richard Klotz, Patrick O'Brien, Robert Humphreys, William Cunningham, James Cahill. Second row: Joseph Funari, Thomas Cullen, Nelson Woodard, Ronald Terpak, Douglas Hoagland, William Solomon, William Collins, Donald Mattison. Third row: Robert Butchko, David Bradt, John Venner, Thomas Kurkoski, John Sterling, Ralph Titus, Michael Beirne, Peter Sylvester, Thomas Hopko, Richard Klett, Douglas Akers, James Klotz, John Hopkins, Edward Furman. All members of the Key Club, a Kiwanis-spon- HONORED sored organization, can feel proud of belonging to l such a worth-while group. To be chosen for membership in the Key Club, one must be recommended by the faculty and must have attained a high standard in scholarship and citizenship, These qualifications are high, as they should be for the completion of the Club's many activities, Among these activities are: ushering at school functions, assisting at fire drills, and pre- senting an assembly program. None of these projects could have been suc- cessful this year without the assistance of Mr. -wat mx:.E'1-1' '5s,.,.,h -as . , . h I - H iii ' ' . ..:" ..'. EER I I . , -I rr . 1 Z 1:5 - Q David Stevens was elected gg g , ' secretary of New York State 53- Z : hy" a a -"' 5 . 1-': Z 5 at-' XX., 1 5 z' Q S552 'a 3 ' ' '- -E 'I E 'X gi si, ,ggi 1 X :I -na: li-ef'.. - , - -x -1 - H A -,i 1:1-1', .. . ,I H.-f"--'ii -' M .,,, Key Clubs. 1 Thurber, faculty adviser, and Mr. Kenneth Leiseur Kiwanis Chairman of Committee on Key Club. Each Monday, two Kiwanis members attend a luncheon at U-E to maintain a more persona in friendship between the two organizations, and ir an turn each Tuesday, two alternate Key Club mem- bers attend Kiwanis meetings at the Hote Frederick. This year, the officers of the Key Club were ' ' president, Patrick O'Brien, vice-president, Richarc Klotz, secretary, Charles Bradt, sergeant at arms David Wheeler, and treasurer, Robert Humphreys Page Fifty-Four SENIOR fl..-4' r- tl'-i bg, 75" 'i'-'ii -,lk 'J A' 11 if ,lllv i " " M. j , . X 'sg r bit P4- ss ffflly Hi 'WH - ' , 4vi,. ty' 8.251 ? ...J- SM -'fa fl I 51.4 lit H? f' If 1 0 l 'L lf' 'Il , 1 li 5 0 N A x NN 10,5 L 3 y J I' X ff-,gl .- u L. ., 4 , K , ,, Q yo nw- 5 4 fs ' 40" Sv gs " 1 ni I XJ 0 I N7 V, .Jig 'IH .mlfjjllx T s-15-Q-R I The Senior Latin Club, an enterprising group of some thirty members in the '54-'55 season, devoted its time to fewer but more comprehensive meetings than in past years. Under Miss Hollister's direction, the group learned more about Rome, its people, and the writers that contributed to the Latin language. From the members, composed of Virgil lfourth yeari, Cicero fthird yeari, and former Cicero students, the elected officers were: consul, James Warner, tribune, Ann LATIN CLUB Front row, left to right: Suzanne Palenik, Patricia Rivenburg, Anna Marie Sevka, Susan Fish, Margaret Malia, Mary Emmons, Tina Starikov. Second row: Joyce Haynes, Susan Murray, Joyce Jurczak, Georgia Machotka, Ethel Harmon, Avis Reines, Marian Lesko, Ann Bren- nan. Third row: John Hopkins, William Solomon, Celeste Maggiore, Nancy Malowicky, Ruth Selner, Jean Simpson, William Cunning- ham, Michael Colella. Fourth row: Thomas Hopko, Joseph Acton, Ralph Titus, James Warner, Michael Beirne, David Wheeler, Richard Klotz, Richard Davis. Brennan, aediles, William Solomon and Susan Murray. At different meetings held monthly, in- teresting themes were carried out such as: "The Feast of the LupercaI," "The ldes of March," and "The Birthday of Rome." Several members gave informal talks on "The Life of Virgil," "Cupid and Pysche," and "The Life of Ceasar." Through good times and stimulating meetings, the Senior Latin Club learned that Latin can be fun. ITALIAN CLUB 7. Pi--fl Seated, left to right: Connie Baldoni, Michael Colella, Clyde Willis, Christina Cannavino. Standing: Georgianna Ciacelli, Kathleen Kinney, Charles Nicholas, Dorothea Pitarra, John Sa- lemme, Betty Lou McCormack, Charles Tarricone, Carol Jantey. The members of the Italian Club found that they could help their study of the Ital- ian language and also make it more enjoy- able by participating in the various activi- ties of their Club. While Mr. Zonio aptly directed the group, the members carried out the main project of the year-the annual Italian Club dance. Also, the organization's picnic at the end of the year was a fine finale to the season. With Michael Colella, president, Clyde Willis, vice- president, Christina Canna- vino, secretary, and Connie Baldoni, treasurer, the en- terprising group carried out these social projects, which made the year more success- ful for all concerned. 'bs in .Z I X. 4. Sw- I fri .J Page Fifty-Five TRI-HI CLUB This year Tri'-Hi Club, under the guidance of its founder, Miss Mersereau, has had its usual successes. The first order of business of the 300 members was the election of the Club's officers. The girls elected were: Connie Baldoni, president, Elnina Luizzi, vice-presi- dent, Gail Piatt, secretary, Janet Edwards, treasurer, and Christiana Cannavino, reporter. As in years past, Tri-Hi successfully sponsored three big dances: the Thanksgiving Dance, the Christmas Formal, and the Spring Formal. The sports activities, which are conducted by Tri-Hi girls, have again been met with great favor. These activities include swimming, bowling, and archery. Two groups of girls traveled to New York City this spring. These girls had an im- mensely enjoyable time visiting the various sites of interest in New York and seeing stage productions on Broadway. A new project for Tri-Hi girls this year was the donating of Christmas gifts to the chil- dren of the Susquehanna Valley Home. These gifts, which included school supplies, were greatly appreciated by the children. Tri-Hi is definitely one of our most enterprising clubs. OFFICERS ff' ARCHERY Nl ,V Seated: Connie Baldoni, president. Standing, left to right: Christina Cannavino, re- porter, Gail Platt, secretary, Janet Edwards treas- urer, Elnina Luizzi, vice-president. Left to right: Jane Angevine, Lois Rappaport Susan Fish, Ruth Shapiro. Page Fifty-Six TRI-HI CLUB ye 4-- -3 H .4 , Q I - . Z A , f 4' tx C, jgg' I L :dl i FOOTBALL QUEEN CANDIDATES Top Center: l. Anita Beck, Queen. Clockwisez 2. Patricia Hopko, 3. Barbara Kraycovic, 4. Joanne Stage, 5. Joyce Mc- Pherson, 6. Betsy Johns, 7. Dianne Pennell, 8. Susan Fish, 9. Joyce English, lO. Donna Tarnowski, ll, Connie Baldoni. Absent: Carol Burns. 9 I ll P? l 1 P g - nw nw I' f : Rex.. -. 5 5 'QT -'L , 2- f a TRI-HI MERMAIDS BOWLING 5 Mary Jane Roosa, Maureen Thayne, Sharon Brown, Janet Thayne. Page Fifty-Seven Janet Edwards, Marlene l-laycook, Sue Sturze- neggar, Carole Hanafin, Patricia Hanley, Anine Waples. R5 ,11",pjQ'fQ1 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 5 OYx2Bf5lqE5t9 0, it F " - 74 , 3 if XY, , Q -.QQ S K 1 Q lk Q I L-.lv W ,l 'x i Af-A g ff X 0 New 90? Seated, left to right, are the officers: Barbara Russell, vice-president, Diana Selle, sergeant-at-arms, Mary Brazill, secretary, Sheila McDonald, treasurer, Sandra Russell, reporter. By preparing members for their busy roles as homemakers of the future, the Future Homemakers of America, formerly the Friendship Club, had an active year. Under the guid- ance of Miss Coveney, the members chose the Club's officers: Betty Campbell, president, Barbara Russell, vice-president, Mary Mullen, secretary, Sheila McDonald, treasurer, San- dra Russell, reporter, and Diana Selle, sergeant-at-arms. Later in the year, the members held a bake sale to raise funds. Of great enjoyment to goth members and guests was a Valentine Party held for the entertainment of small chil- ren. Experiences like these, in which all girls of the Club took part, enabled the members to give U-E and America pride in their future homemakers, FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Qglprrlr X -e if rf o'2fE"Q' a.915 -05 Seated, left to right: Robert VanBurger, Gary Hoskins, Elwin Rivenburg, Albert Fargnoli, Kenneth Baldwin, Mr. Kenneth Lane, Kenneth Robinson, Richard Seely, Howard Bridges, Tennyson Tingley, Standing, left to right: Bruce Rought, Ralph Sickler, Richard Durfee, Harold Wasneechak, David Haines, Edward Sick, Gerald Shirley, Jerry Coleman, Lewis Wilkins, Theodore Wright, Edward Zemberi, Robert Clause, Robert Frantz. Future Farmers of America, the first Club to organize at U-E, has always been one of the school's most active organizations. The purpose of the Club is to teach its members parliamentary procedure and to de- velop their ability in confronting and solving agricultural problems. The Future Farmers took an active part in judging contests at Delhi and Morrisville. The members sponsored a pancake supper and sold seeds and Christmas cards. They will also attend the State and National Conventions. A trip to The College of Agriculture at Cornell University is also being planned. Their motto is: "Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve." The officers were: Roger Ward, president, Kenneth Baldwin, vice-president, Kenneth Robinson, secretary, Albert Fargnoli, treasurer, Richard Seeley, reporter, and Elwin Riven- burg, sentinel. Page Fifty-Eight LIBRARY CLUB . l l L i ,lllt . l ll f if ll lull L x . l illlll' ff" X qi. li uf- - sff Tv , lwllwlli-'lt':-.f:. ll . we 'f PW-llfi. E -'l--l lsliI"i,'f'l 'll will i 1 4-1 ll H l.iilrf-it?1lillLqfi llli lx' lil .,.J'f' ,Q ful i ff' . llil my 'f fl qllflgr fl gui' t lll Seated, left to right: Joan Mikolowski, Donna Pierce, Patricia Queiser, Mary Saraceno, Nancy Holland, Angela Barbara. With Miss Sick expertly guiding the group, the Library Club, as usual, learned the fun- damentals of library work. The Club elected the following officers in order to further their projects: Patricia Queiser, president, Donna Pierce, vice-president, Marilynn Harper, secre- tary-treasurer. During the year, the members held a Christmas party at Miss Sick's home and also made the Christmas season brighter with colorful decorations for the Library. As the year ended, the members felt that they had helped the school by their fine ef- forts in library work and had also helped Miss Sick in keeping the library efficient and in- teresting. COMMERCIAL CLUB 1 lil ee -. A for ll l it . psig l for f- l fif e 1 - 1 ,iw qzcjelg . 'I 1, ,EL fff T l First row, left to right: Carol Podest, Chris- tina Cannavino, Patricia Nagle, Barbara Casterline, Diane Pennell, Josephine Ya- rema, Lorraine Bell. Second row: Judith Armstrong, Helen Pipta, Lucille Pero, Barbara Kraycovic, Josephine I Manoli, Nando Lockwood, Darlene Avery, Ellen Moran, Alice Szczepanski, Jacqueline O'Neil, Joan Gallager, Lois Martin, Carol Watson. Third row: Laura Guidici, Judy Akers, Mar- garet O'Neil, Dorothy Sargent, Barbara Kowalewski, Patricia Eddy, Margaret Misu- lich, Mary Ann Coyle, Marie Farrer, Mar- garet Snyder, Suzanne Smith, Marilyn Gelatt, Steffie Hanacovich. Thirty-six business-minded girls, all of whom were taking a business course, comprised U-E's Commercial Club during the past year. The purpose of the organization is to get the girls acquainted with business methods and business offices. During the year, the Club took trips to business offices and had guest speakers come to talk to the girls in order that they might learn what is expected of them in an office job. Two guest speakers were: Miss Agnes McCulloch of the Personnel Department of l.B.M. and Miss Gertrude Collins of the Metro- politan Life lnsurance Company. With Barbara Casteline, president, Patricia Nagle, secretary, Diane Pennell, treasurer, and Miss Kniskern's experienced supervision, the girls gained much through their interesting projects. Because of the fine background that the U-E Commercial Club has provided, busi- nesses can be proud to have these girls as part of their organizations. Page Fifty-Nine l Qs, it , Mr. Klett congratulates Joseph Giallo and Richard Starr, who were selected by the technical teachers as most likely to succeed in techni- cal work. Joseph Giallo, the first place win- ner, received a Tool Engineer's handbook from the Southern Tier Section of the American Society of Tool Engineers. Richard Starr, second place win- ner, was awarded a S5 prize by the Technical Club of U-E. X SST Q J Q -- f1:' ,. J' l -cy E XTE CH CL UB MTW it if TECHNICAL CLUB ,.b-f E l ,T- g T 1 E j. ' x Mr. Longwell congratulates Jo- seph Giallo after Joseph was pre- sented a First National prize of SlOO in a machine shop division of Ford Industrial Arts Awards contest. His winning project was a compound punch and die set built in a senior machine shop class The award was presented in the l B M school at a meeting of the I B M Apprentice Club Certificates were also earned by Alfred Mast rangelo honorable mention for a machine shop ll project Paul Ko mar honorable mention for a ma chine shop l project and an honor able mention for a drawing project ft Garthner, Robert Seniska, treasurerg First row: Mr. Woodruff, Joseph Vivona, Robert Lorence, John Joseph Funari, president, Kenneth Jones, vice-president, Edward deVente, David Mayes, Earl Swin- dler, Ronnie Guarnieri. Second row: Mr, Klett, Rodney Swartwood, Joseph Klima, Richard Toman, Walter Szachara, Wil- liam Brunner, Harold Renner, Richard Greet, Richard Youmans, LeRoy Miller, Richard Klett, An- thony Annese, Gabriel Russin, Robert Ziemba, Ronald Phillips, Rudolph Pukancik, Ronald Mrva, James Dalton, Everett Wood, William McConnon, Martin Roberts, Richard Tyler, Richard Osborn, Joel Frey, Duane Beavan. Page Sixty . W- A .I'u:'1r-i . . ,, ff fc -' . ., 5 'f ffifiiirfvift if 1 f- i' i ' eff My "T ' W7 t- f 1-'P 1' i 7' 1 ' ll 'X ,X L-Q ' f' W' -ff fit ,icy 5-7 ,ff f,?,5,5 i X if , V N Y gf- ggi! f ff' A Af JM '75 ff ,,. ,. ,ff y , .mf fl Ni , ll ffff' Q' mf, ft?-V fix F "' ' if f- U' K J e -f T "5 "W f T f fr XIV M25 li' "5 ,ffl Lffie ,lx Q f If nigga Q My Ill, f 4, J Z Q2 i -" MXN w'kZ.1i' -, iff ,5i4 Q'li55X ' 'K K4 X Y l , X09 f X i X " 0 I f jf, ,, l Mgfjjfif K gf -Q I There is drama in the mighty roar of a cheering crowd and in a beautiful run by a quarterback. There is as much drama in a foul shot and a track meet at U-E as in a fencing scene from "HamIet" or "Romeo and Juliet." That is why sports are like the swiftly flowing action of any play, with just as much comedy and tragedy. A game at U-E is: "One hour or life, crowded to the full with glorious action, and filled with noble risks."-Walter Scott Page Sixty-One ATHLETIC ADVISORY COUNCIL 'F' Dovid Wheeler, Jonet Edwards, Miss Pitkin, Mr, Cobb, Dr. Krum, Mr. Forbes, Peter Sylvester, Miss McDougall, Joyce English. COACHES Vx Left to right: C, Burdette Porkhurst, Horold "Ty" Cobb, Vito Popelko, Maurice Hamilton, Burney Goodfellow, Nick DiNunzio. Page Sixty-Two VARSITY FOOTBALL N ' .fn 1...A First row: David Wheeler, Tom Kurkoski, Bucky Picciano, Tony Ciaravino, Pete Barbara, Ralph Wei- land, George Zur, Gary Young, Bob Cappellett, Bob Wolfe. Second row: Fred Vasilchik, Jack Gyles, Ron Luciano, Dick Hover, Tom Cullen, George Evan, Lou Paglia, Bob Parke, Mike lsenburg, Pete Sylvester, George Matola, Erman Cocci, Dick Craw- ford, Tony Musa, Tom Hopko, Bruce Hamilton, Dick Battista, Cosmo Parisi. The Orange Tornado of U-E proclaimed again by many sports authorities as "the team to beat for the conference title," unfortunately did not come up to these early predicted expectations. But the '54 team will be remembered as one of the heaviest teams in con- ference history. With a line averaging about two hundred pounds per man, the team proved to be one of the most feared throughout the Conference. U-E soon became known as a pow- erful team, consisting of a massive line and a very speedy and shifty backfield. Although U-E had quarterbacking problems during the season, "Ty" Cobb made a skillful rearrangement of the backfield, and the team progressed in a satisfactory manner, completing the season with a record of five wins and three losses. George Matola, Tony Ciaravino, and Ralph Weiland, under the guidance of Peter Syl- vester, made gain after gain against opposing teams, and it was gains such as these that enabled U-E to capture third place in the Southern Tier Conference. The "Tigers" proceeded in the following fashion: Elmira Free Academy 6, U-E 28, North 7, U-E 39, Vestal l3, U-E O, Johnson City l3, U-E l2, Utica Proctor O, U-E l4, El- mira South Side O, U-E 38, Ithaca 20, U-E 6, Binghamton Central O, U-E 6. George Matola was chosen the most improved player of the year, and Tony Ciaravino and Dick Hover won positions on the All-Southern Tier Conference team. "Ty" Cobb has once again produced a team with a fighting heart and undying spirit. Page Sixty-Three JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First row: Dino Paparella, John Giammichele, Peter Battaglini, John Rose, David Bradt, Ed Brig- ham, Bob Wiggins, Craig Briggs, Mel Saddlemire, John Garthner. Second row: Karl Saddlemire, Laymon Smith, Ramon Palazzo, Bob Furman, Terry Underwood, John Fiacco, Joe Martinak, Ron Guarnieri, Larry Chrysler, Bernie Ivan, Frank Scales, John Danton, Angela J. Bontempo, Displaying much enthusiasm and ability, the U-E "J.V.'s" ended a hard-fought season with an impressive record of three wins and only one loss. Losing only to Binghamton North, the Junior Varsity defeated Vestal, Johnson City, and Binghamton Central. "WE WANT A TOUCHDOWN" "MOST IMPROVED PLAYER" .a f llll , . , QL I I5 1 L.. ,, L fx' ' . "Ty" Cobb, Richard Otfenheimer and Walter Tony Ciaravino breaks away from U-E's opposing Crotsley congratulate George Matola for receiving team to head his way down the field for a touch- "MOST Improved Player" award at the Kiwanis down. football dinner. Page Sixty-Four VARSITY BASKETBALL , , I I . 2 5 L Q 5, C .,,. , I I ll Lia BN ? AE g A A 1A C W. y A A ,i i AA or X , gAA I . 3A 1, AA QAAAA A fi First row, left to right: Emil Seliga, Mario Sylvester, Pete Sylvester, George Matola, Bill Coughlin, Second row: Gary Toulson, Mike Beirne, Art Riegal, .lack Lawton, Gene Battaglini, Tony Ciaravino. U-E's basketball forces, reputed to be the only real threat to the supremacy of Bing- hamton Central, turned in a rather disappointing I8-97 record. The season began on a bright note as Coach Goodfellow's boys rode roughshod over the Elmira Free Academy Blue Devils. In their next Conference game, the Orange Tornado set a blistering pace against the Central Bulldogs in the first quarter but fizzled in the later stages of the contest to lose by I6 points. After their loss to Central, U-E had an in-and-out record. The Orange never stopped trying, however. They provided their loyal rooters with plenty of action. Coach Goodfellow maintained the U-E tradition of aggressive sportsmanlike basketball. "SHOOT 'EM HIGH" "CONGRATULATIONS" F Tl .. I t 1' 'Ili .5 ,, 5 X X 1: 4 EQ x , U lil! If N L' . li ,E I - Bill Coughlin makes a neat jump in his efforts to H H . get an extra two points against Elmira Free Acad- COGCIW BOVVWGY Goodfellow Offefs INS COVIQVGIUIU emy, tions to the '55 captain, Pete Sylvester. Page Sixty-Five JUNIOR-VARSITY BASKETBALL First row, left to right: Charles Tarricone, Patrick Donovan, John Bursch, Jon Redolphy, Robert Humphreys, Robert Dinga. Second row: Michael English, Bernard lvon, Patrick Calleo, Frank Annese, Ronald Green. The J. V. team played,many exciting and hard-fought games during the 1954-55 cam- paign. They placed second in the Eastern Division while compiling a very respectable rec- ord of lO wins and 5 losses. Next year much of this team will be returning to play varsity basketball. BOWLING ,wink ' . Ni' +4 1 k Vriuyl First row, left to right: Lawrence Barton, Richard Durfee, Leon Carpenter, Robert Drum, Andrew Ripic, David McDonald, Stewart Bowen. Second row: Charles Schuttak, Gerald Shima, Angelo Ciccia- relli, Edward Morean, Ronald Terpak, George Robinson, Charles Paradis. Page Sixty-Six With but one match left to play, the bowling team, under Paul McCor- mack, is sporting a respectable record of twelve wins out of twenty-one games. The team started off slowly this year but gained momentum as the sea- son progressed. In spite of o recent loss to first place Johnson City, the team is looking forward to a good showing at the interschool tournament on March 26. TRACK .gt .1 H ,ikx i.,l!,g,,q J- M 1' Q2 'I in O duicnr, -l First row, left to right: Reese Kintzing, Ralph Weiland, Paul Depaolo, Bob Neira, Dick Hover, Bill lvan, Lou Paglia, Ray Fratino, Gerald Pease, Doug Huffcut. Second row: Tom Cullen, Bryant Wood, Bob Osborne, Kyrie lsenburg, Dick Wells, Bob Seniska, Jack Lawton, Pat Calleo, Mike Colella, George Zur, Joe Brill. Third row: Francis Giacovelli, Robert Every, James George, Robert Bennett, Robert Parke, Tom Kurkoski, Robert Wiggins, David Bouton, Paul Lucas, Alex Breno. Fourth row: Paul Rizzuto, Windy Gilroy, Mark Dittrich, Danny Lee, Bill Sulger, Coach George Roney, Coach Theodore Conwicke, Coach C. Burdette Parkhurst. The i954 team displayed its supremacy with an undefeated season, scoring victories over J. C., Central, Ithaca, and Vestal in dual meets and defeating Elmira South Side, El- mira Free Academy, and J. C. in the Quadrangular Meet. The Tiger "thin-clads" also emerged the victor in both the Triple Cities Meet and the Section IV Meet at Cornell. The Endicotters netted 4l points in the Sectionals as the second place team, Central had only l4. Bob Neira, Bob Osborne, Ralph Weiland, Paul DePaolo, Bryant Wood, Dick Hover, Bill Ivan and Dick Wells were U-E's main "point-getters." "LEADING THEM ALI." HFLOATING ON AIR" Bill Ivan is the first arrival at the finish line in Paul DePaolo leads Gabe Sochor and Vestal's Bob the 440-yard run followed by one J. C. opponent Velie in the hurdles event in a dual meet at and a host of U-E tracksters. En-Joie. Page Sixty-Seven VARSITY BASEBALL 455 ps.. K 1,5 ,lgtl 3. ,F ly L AA 1 , W N, N iw , Nile!-'Ulti jf' t sl KM . O Y X ' f .gs ck? x ii ' .A "' ll X my 1. ., 1 l .,,,,, - + J. ttf, 5 . 4-,fl Q i . V ii. Front, left to right: James Mosca, assistant manager, Dick Thomas, manager, Bill Coughlin, Bob Corwin, Gene Battaglini, Carmine Crescenti, Mutt Sylvester, George Matola, Don Mundell, Joe Or- londo. Second row: Mike D'Aloisio, Vince Colapietro, Ed Henneman, Tony Ciaravino, Bob Walters, Fran Fetsko, Gene Marsh, Tony Pero, Coach "Ty" Cobb, Pete Sylvester. The U-E baseball nine, although their record of 6 wins to 5 losses was not impressive, displayed their determination and desire to win in all ll games of the season. The fine hitting of Don Mundell and the superb pitching of Norm England led the "Tigers" to sec- ond place in the Eastern Division of the Southern Tier Conference. As all but a few of this year's squad will be leaving, the major portion on next year's team will be comprised of former "J, V.'s." JUNIOR-VARSITY BASEBALL . fi ,ig is ,ir Front: James Mosca, Angelo A. Bontempo. First row, left to right: Angelo J. Bontempo, Gordon Holland, Charles Mulesky, Gary Bosket, George Fenstemacher, Charles Nicholas, Charles Bradt, Richard Battista, David Bradt. Second row: Thomas Hopko, Charles Talcott, Peter Battaglini, Arthur Riegal, Coach Hamilton, Robert Butchko, Bruce Hamilton, Ronald Thayne, Cramer Harrington. The i954 baseball season was the second year that U-E fielded a J. V. team, but the team played well and compiled a record of six wins and four losses. The wins included: Ith- aca, Cortland, Vestal, North, and two against Johnson City. The losses were to Vestal, North, and two to Central. With this fine start, Coach Maurice Hamilton is looking forward to even greater suc- cess in the future J. V. teams. Page Sixty-Eight use CROSS COUNTRY :RUSS X ,, "NW i ff? er 15, . cow T16 ,, . T Q.. KQXWM ,,f' X: . N W . L- . 5 CUU -test inns- ,,."1.".1'!.. L sfi.. .fii First row: Ray Parkes, Vince Fiori, Bob Osborne, William Brunner, Paul Lucas, Anthony Annese. Second row: Mark Dittrich, Mario Sylvester, Bob Butchko, Nick Florini, Tom Wickizer. Third row: Coach Theodore Conwicke, John March, Tim Horan, John Breno, Doug Shea, Paul Riz- zuto. The "green" cross country team had a fair season, winning one of its three dual meets. Bob Osborne was the only returning letterman, while the remaining harriers consisted of new recruits from the sophomore and freshman classes. At the Vestal Invitational Meet at l,B.M., U-E placed fourth in a field of eleven teams. At the Triple Cities Meet, U-E finished second to a superb Vestal squad. Osborne, one of the five U-E representatives to the state meet in Schenectady, placed seventeenth in a field of l98 contestants. VARSITY VOLLEYBALL N Ti' , - 'cf 'l ' 523.52 K f fi' - r 45 if ,ii 3 fl W, rg! ,X XX , .Y I I h l'i F ,XE 3 5 S f ff f ' gf rv v- W g 4. ,., Ti Z V 1' 'X , Ki' 4' Eli T N N l 9 vw I 9 C , , 4 1 . f , t, 7- F, i ': First row: Hobart Serafini, Charles Nicholas, Mike Colella, Torn Cullen, Pat O'Brien, Ronnie Mrva. Second row: Bob Parke, Gerry Butchko, Walt Ford, Dick Klotz, Don Pullano, Tom Dayton, Ken McDavit. U-E's Volleyball team had compiled a record when the Thesaurus went to press. Al- though their record was mediocre, the boys represented U-E with good sportsmanship in all of their matches. Their record was l3 games won, ll lost. Page Sixty-Nine GOLF "THE SWING OF THINGS" U-E'5 G01-PING CHAMp C iv., f 9' ' ., , r 1 6 l ' ,fit 2: ' A 1 , gQ A f pri yy .-as-,- First row, kneeling: Coach Nick DiNunzio, Ronald Ter- ROl'10ld TGVDGK WON the NSW YOFK pqkl Gqry Toulgonl Leroy Shearer, STGTS schoolboy championship Wlfll Second row: Henry Shearer, Dominic Putrino, Franklin medcllsl honors in l954' Sinclair. The golf squad's string of 50 consecutive victories was ended during the i954 season by Johnson City. Nevertheless, they boasted a fine season, by taking first place in the South- ern Tier Conference tournament for the fourth st ra ight year, also, the Sectionals for the fourth COHSGCUUVG Yeflff and by placing second in the State lntersectional tournament held at En-joie Golf Course. Adding to the team's glory were Ronald Terpak and Gary Toulson, who traveled to Al- buquerque, New Mexico, and Baltimore, Maryland, respectively, to compete in National tournaments. CHEERLEADERS Georgianno Ciacelli, Marilyn Gumble, Joyce McPherson, Joanne Stage, Donna Tarnow- ski, Connie Baldoni, Christina Cannavino, Sandra Brain. Page Seventy .V "TY" COBB DAY "A TOKEN OF APPRECIATION" "TO A GRAND LADY" Co-captain Pete Barbara presents a gift to Coach Cobb' from the team for his great work for the past thirty-five years. "CAPTAl NS ALL" . i Not part of "Ty" Cobb Day, but nevertheless one at the events that helped make it, is this congrat- ulatory handshake between '53 captains, Bob Dag- lio and Joe Barbara, and '54 captains, Ralph Weil- and and Pete Barbara, as "Ty" looks on. "THE GREAT DAY IS HERE" , , ., Coach Cobb receivesa silver loving cup at the Thanksgiving Day half-time ceremonies. Is . I Co-captain Ralph Weiland presents a floral tribute from the team to Mrs. Cobb. On Thanksgiving Day, Coach Harold "Ty" Cobb fielded his thirty-fifth U-E football team. During the first two quarters of play, the U-E Tornado and the Central Bulldogs battled to a scoreless tie. Between halves, the U-E Marching Band traced the highlights of Mr. Cobb's career from his Maine boyhood through the marriage of Mr. Cobb and his lovely wife, Mrs. Helen Cobb. Half-time ceremonies reached a climax when Mr. Cobb entered the stadium to receive his well-deserved acclaim from the alumni, students, and faculty of U-E. Mr. Raymond Mills, a U-E alumnus, presented a silver loving cup from the U-E alumni, Michael Beirne, a set of fine leather luggage from the U-E stu- dent body. Joyce English presented a floral bouquet to Mrs. Cobb. Charles F. Johnson, president of Endicott-Johnson, sent congratu- lations to Mr. Cobb in recognition of his thir- ty-five years of service to the youth of the community. To make "Ty" Cobb Day a complete suc- cess, the U-E Tigers pulled out a close I6-Ol victory over Central. "HE DID IT AGAlN" We .St The game is over, U-E has won, and faithful "fans" and team members carry "Ty" off the field in gratitude for his thirty-five years of successful coaching. Page Seventy-One -xv 4 1 Q Y GIRLS' SPORTS "WELCOME TO U-E" Miss I-leffner and Mrs. Brown smile to the welcome that U-E has given them in their sports activities. "COME AND GET lT" Q.. fr F is Qu' F00 GTD says Jackie Conti to hungry Lianne Chris- tina. This year two new faces have brightened up the girls' gym. They are the faces of the new gym teachers, Mrs. Anne Brown and Miss Irene Hettner. Under their guidance, the girls have participated in such sports as hockey, soccer, basketball, and deck tennis. Besides teaching so many girls in such a va- riety ot sports, Mrs, Brown and Miss Hetfner acted as advisers to the girls' Leaders' Club- Mrs. Brown, head of the senior leaders, and Miss Heffner of the junior leaders. LEADERS' CLUB AWARD FOR MOST ACTIVE LEADER was presented last year to Carol Duffy. Two SENIOR LEADERS' CLUB Seated, left to right: Janet Haag, vice-president, Judy Pero, president, Waneta Sanford, secretary. Standing: Joyce English, publicity chairman, Grace Palmisano, treas- urer. ik: it E ,K If First row, left to right: Beverly Wal- ter, Margaret Weiss, Betty White, Florence Ambrose, Lois Johns, Nancy Ward. Second row: Judy Webb, Gwen La- bouseur, Joyce English, Grace Palmi- sano, Janet Haag, Judy Pero, Waneta Sanford, Connie Morley, Julianne Gorczynski. Third row: Ann Harley, Carol Clos- key, Virginia Ingalls, Jan VanDusen, Eileen Plaumann, Rosalind Bennett, Janet Edwards, Joanne Stage, Bar- bara Kowalewski. LEADERS' CLUB OFFICERS . 2 -. 2 ' I.. -gin 2 JUNIOR LEADERS' CLUB First row, left to right: Susan Hart, Sally Legg, Anne Guilfoyle, Margaret Sevka, Marry Ellen Weiland, Susan Palenik. Second row: Jacqueline Conti, Delores Phillips, Kathleen LaGrange, Sharron Reed, Ann Marie Sevka, Lianne Christina, Altheda Watkins. Third row: Carol Williams, Judy Rob- erts, Ruth Selner, Ann Brennan, Dorothy Barno, Carolyn Clark. Page Seventy-Three "DECK TENNlS" 1. 5 S - , i l is a newcomer to the girls' sport scene this year. "A JUMP-UP" "LOCKER ROOM DECORATORSH l YYY.. between Carol Burns and Helen Pipta as Mary Eck, Ann Guilfoyle, Ellen Moran look on. are Altheda Watkins, Dorothy Barno, Judy Roberts. "THE WI NNER" is 'i" ' A ' J it ,, 'ff' J Q Q 'f X if M J . ssrr . -f - . y J J Z. - 7? .. X 'wif is ., V ikzk is ,,. ,, .142 v . we J W r a w w e --if-.Q 1' . is'l . 1 ,If ':11,i-. ww f , ,,,, W -J-rfl-112: wg! was A ,"' j . .5 Q S, N Q 1' I , A 5 , 4 l l Q J "P F' 1 -. 5 , y , U, Im 6 A q . I . is . A . W t ,A .V N! ' fl? ' f K 1 " 5 . H' - 1 is 4. J . f. f - A i J is this intramural softball team. left to right: Rosalind Bennett, Judy Pero, Jane VanDusen, Ellen Swagler, Nancy Ward Florence Ambrose, Carol Podest, Janet Haag. Front row: Julianne Gorczynski, Waneta Sanford. Back row, 1 Page Seventy-Four "lN THEIR GLORY" describes Sue Sturzenegger and Janet Edwards who display their winning Open House exhibit. "UP AND OVER" "WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM" ,,..v' the net goes the ball, hit by Janet Edwards. in intramural sports. Waiting for it are Waneta Sanford, Barbara First row, left to right: Gwen Labouseur, Kowalewski, Virginia Ingalls. Barbara Kowalewski, Florence Ambrose, Joanne Stage, Nancy Ward. Second row: Ann Marie Sevka, Nancy John- SOD. "ON THEIR WAY" g are these girls who play intramural soccer. Page Seventy-Five "DON'T RUSH ME" Marge Sevka says as Florence Ambrose, Nancy Ward, Sandy Stone Judy Webb Barbara Kowalew ski, Rosalind Bennett, Judy Pero, Janet Edwards, Alice Szczepanski close in on her MODERN DANCING EN GARDE Nancy Ward, Marcia Persons. Janet Edwards Altheda Watkins PYRAMIDERS i 5 2 .sin Q i 4 , i Front row: Altheda Watkins, Virginia Ingalls, Carol Closkey Connie Baldoni Back row: Dolly Reynolds, Ruth Selner, Karlene Field UD: Janet Haag. Page Seventy-Six l l l II A The pIcJy's the thing."-Shakespeare I W w .1.f g . W If ,,: J 4 Y H w ,X jl , ' 1 I g JH, I 1 S4 'N JN g Q4 I ' 2 'F' A gf ' V I' i . 1L ,v 1 l 1 tif Q ,a 1 Mx , L l y lr 1 . , 4 p Q , 1 ' I 2' 1 1 , ,' H .. U J- - -7 Ti,,e'?E? iff'-U'-L' W "f1"'.." -Y Y. - L f " t . - X- --gli , ,L 2 , W 1 b it 1ff21 lim- i f? flisivl'-I' : Q i 11 1, 1 ir- 4 227' 1-I' .1 - S a 4 H-QL-1' A -1- lil 'f1ff '4 fr' f ' 'H-'IRA - . 1 w W 2: we 34 29 9 Q ' . 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WgLC f 3 IN 1. fy' Page Seventy-Seven "AT THE WISHING WELL" These couples pause for a moment to wish at the well between dances at the '54 Senior Prom. "SALES PRESSURE" "A MAY CROWN" l In a skit given by the Circulation staff of 5 i "Thesaurus" for assembly, Connie Baldoni The '54 May Queen, Rita Wickizer, receives urges ventriloquist George Mudry, and his her crown from basketball captain Peter dummy, Pete Saraceno, to buy a yearbook. Sylvester at the Tri-Hi Spring Formal. "TALENT FROM VESTAL" 2 l 1 V l fi V i i 5 l tl lfll' lt l Q ,f 1 L L Joyce Kushner and Jim Kingsley do some fancy dance steps to the accompaniment of Bill Howard's band at the Vestal Exchange Assembly given by Vestal students for U-E. Page Seventy-Eight I Il Come and yoln the fun say these Bunny Hop experts at the Sadie l-lawkuns dance A AL E DE O DAN E BALLERINA DANC ful poster advertlslng the Cafe de Paris Georgia Mochotka and Celeste Maggmore as they make plans for the French Club s gnve that added French touch to the Cafe annual dance de Paris dance wlth thelr ballet dancing BE MY VALENTI NE" 'MM xr egg in mi n I.: Valentine s Day wouldn t be the same wlthout these llttle visitors at the holiday party given by ALL U-E NIGHT terrrr I ' ' f ' X . 4 , 5' "f5,,i,, I 1 , 1 X "OUR FAI R QUEEN" Football captains, Pete Barbara and Ralph Weiland, crown the elected '54 Football Queen, Anita Beck, at the Thanksgiving Dance. "THE QUEEN AND HER COURT" "GETTING THE MASCOT READY" The U-E Tiger, mascot of the school, grins at his decorators as they prepare for Tri-Hi's Thanksgiving Dance. "THE GANG'S ALL HERE" Corning to the Football Dance is the source of merriment for these couples as they show their admission tickets. First row: Joanne Stage, Donna Tarnowski, Second row: Patricia Hopko, Joyce McPher- son, Connie Baldoni. Third row: Donna Hills, '53 Football Queen, Joyce English, Betsy Johns, Diane Pennell, Susan Fish, Barbara Kraycovic, Carol Burns. Top center: Anita Beck, the I954 Football Queen. Page Eighty t N , at Qmrzfff NOEL AT U-E "ON A CHRISTMAS NIGHT" Christmas bells and formal gowns give the right atmosphere to the Tri-Hi Club's an- nual Christmas Formal. .... f' ""'ls'ix "CHRISTMAS IN THE AlR" Pat Hanley kneels to put an ornament on the tree while Angela Monaco, Sue Sturze- negger, Jane Wood put on the finishing touches as they decorate tor the Tri-Hi Christmas Formal. "HOLIDAY TOAST" The punch bowl is the center of attraction for these girls and their escorts as they wait to make their Christmas toasts at the Formal. X "TICKETS PLEASE" ll Pat Hill and Sheila McDonald take tickets from ALL l FOR Ed Brigham and Bernie Brigham while Celeste Santa has presents in his bag for these young Maggiore and Joanne Wesko wait to go in to guests at Mrs. Vartuli's child-care Christmas party. the Christmas dance. Page Eighty-One lllf Vi- Q 'fr rye Q if T A "POOR MADDALENA" "CURSES ON MY FATAL BEAUTY" - -M. -:J '+LI?ilf?'f - I Larry Dyer as Pierrotp Paul Koutoukas,' Bumbug and Jane Angevine, Pierrette, perform in the one-act fantasy, "Poor Maddalena," directed for assembly by Miss Judith Shaler, a six weeks' "cadet" teacher from Ithaca College. The Key Club boys emote with feeling in this scene from their melodrama presented for as- sembly. "THERE'LL BE A DANCE NEXT FRlDAY" in Shi! This Student Government committee gets together to plan the school dances throughout the year. "HOE-DOWN". "GOOD TIMES AND GOOD EATlNG" Tom Cullen, Bob Parke, Gayle Wood, Gerry Butch It's a real jamboree for these square dancers at ko, Chris Cannavino, and Carol Harman find the Sadie Hawkins Day dance, sponsored by the there's no time like the present for refreshments Junior Red Cross. before the next dance. Page Eighty-Two "Music must rank as the highest of the fine arts." -Herbert Spencer I -'Z 't-- X '- lifgpl' 7 PM-i 4 ini-I Ar 'T?L -ft- i X-. ft Www!! ,Q f , ff ' i AM" If h e f ii fi' M9 AN' 1, - Q7 ' , ' , fl 4 Z 'ig ,," ,I inlgfxigi tx! l Ji A' - isa , sffffi ,-,X X il D 1 , W twiii 'fs JJ RN ma f 'ri , A - Qi? the X , . iii' X s XX i gi K' i A lx i Q Alf! i ff:-."?' I se!-'T-'-"M .-s""'f-' ......-,..,,,,,..,1 E L U M90 If The footlights are dimmed, the audience is hushed and the curtain rustles slightly as the conductor leads the overtures to the "Drama of School." Page Eighty-Three SOPRANOS Leona Adams Judith Akers Alice Alderman Clara Barnes Anna Mae Beavers Lorraine Bell Norma Benjamin Susan Boigeol Mary Brazill Sharon Brown Shannon Callaghan Marilyn Case Jo Casselberry Peggy Chester Margaret Cahill Sandra Crowley Marlene D'Aloisio Madeline Dellos Sandra Doster Sandra Dyer Elaine Fillman Anne Fitch Donna Forer Beatrice Gale Mary Graham Marlene Guarneiri Marilyn Harper Sharon Hughes Carol Hultslander Jean lllig Carol Jantey Gretchen Kalb Nancy Ann Labor lrma Leukhardt Sharon Manchester Meredith Markey SOPRANOS Geraldine Avery Connie Baldoni Frances Beach Ruth Chaddock .lane Cole Rose Marie Di'Tomasso Nina Fotorny Florence Guarneiri Marilyn Gumble Kathleen Gumble Kathleen l-leimgartner Patricia Ingalls Virginia Ingalls Mary Ann Kamin Geraldine Kuryla Sylvia LaStella Rita Lesko Darragh Lockwood Nancy Malowicky Mary Ann McQuade Marlene Mikels Edda Mosca Nancy Nivison Nancy O'l-lara Dorothy Paul Judy Pero Irene Selanich Linda Shirhall Judy VanDine Barbara Welsh Priscilla Wheeler Helen Wilcox GLEE CLUB I ii - L i i T I ,Q Q 'f i Y gas '52 1 " ,N l ' ' 'ff' wi , , il S - :L 51 '., , .: , 2, Q s, 5, , nw 3 2, l Vx ,K S 1 gy A ' f 41 .. 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Katherine McCabe Joanne Michael Shirley Mihok Judy McMahon Teresa Morizio Patricia Murtari Filomena Musa Donna Nabinger Ethel Norton U-E CHOIR ln December of '54, the U-E Choir helped to promote community spirit by singing at the lighting of our town's Christmas tree and by making a radio broadcast of Christmas carols, Later, the Choir presented a concert on March 25 of '55, at which the members sang "Songs of America" by Ringwald, This album contains selections from famous American poems dealing with our country's history from Columbus to the birth of Lincoln. The songs were staged and pantomimed by the Glee Club, sung by the Choir, and directed by Mrs. Hughes, During the school year, the Choir sang at Kiwanis, Rotary, and Lions' Auxiliary clubs-a traditional project ofthe group. Barbara Wood Peggy Young Sue Rowe ALTOS Dorothy Barno Barbara Bosley Jeanine Bouton Caroline Carr Page Eighty-Four Jackie Chiocco Linda Christiansen Lianne Christina Jeanette Ciacelli Jackie Conti Brenda Cornell Dixie Downey Patricia Eddy Mary Fiacco Susan Fish Carol Jean l-larmon Lois Johns Marianne Korba Sally Legg Ruth Lippolis Emily Matolka Linda McBride Susan Murray Margie Powell Patricia Rivenburg Rose Rossi Helen Selanich GLEE CLUB at Q yV.AA :, K , M , fx 22, Q 3 :Gw f K L , gi g 65 ,. j, nj ,"'. g rf g if, jf A ,5 ,. ' ' -. 1 f' --is W . ' , o F F I., If 19 H 3. A. J :L , 1 , h Q f, ,, I ,f 'F i f 'r " F N V, ' ' FE I Jfligif I. L . , I I X A iw Q, A I. . I X, tv ,, Qc-fa .L I: '-we fr 24.17 , I .wkkwhie in j- K ,L fu., K W .yky V H I H is I 5 ,klf I I 7 k A Q Q 4 I' F . A i I1 . , x t ' - I I , ' V4 +1 L' R-, ' 1 A , ,i I of L fx? ,La lx lk' A, . ,V gl, fl 9 -A to L A is I I J ssrs K! y . W , A NYM- , -I R wg-A gig i 5' I R " 'f s rg I , " .V.. ' Gail Piatt Rowena Phillips Brenda Pipher Marilyn Rose Bonnie Ross Joanne Sattord Charlotte Schnell Margaret Sevka Charlotte Springer Rebecca Traver Beverly Vanderpool Kathleen Vichick Connie Wagner Amy Lou Walter Marie Waples Altheda Watkins Judith Wood Mariel Young Patricia Zbikowski ALTOS Nancy Buchek Irma Bugola Angela Contento Dorothy Demkovich Lorraine Gabriel Verna Holcomb Mary Kushner Jewel MacKechnie Mary Makowski Patricia Makowski Mary Lou Matteson Irene McCarthy Sheila McDonald Eileen Miller Angela Monaco Connie Morley Julia Murray Barbara Neira Sharon Reed Minnie Rossi Marilyn Vanlnwegen Joanne Wesko Martha Wetjen U-E CHOIR misses Marilyn Snover Sue Sturzenegger Palma Vivona Beverly Walter Nancy Ward Ann Williams Barbara Winans TENORS James Blanchard Raymond Bovier Joel Conwicke Irving English Frank Gigante Leonard Gigante Peter Cureci Thomas I-lermiz Thomas I-Iopko Robert Incitti Richard Kadlecik Page Eighty-Five Frank Monaco Richard Nealy Robert Parke Andrew Ripic Edmund Rott John A. Roma John R. Roma Alan Stork LeRoy Wilce Thomas Zedar Frank Ambrose Frank Annese Robert Borromei Bernard Brigham Edward Brigham Patrick Calleo Robert Colonna Philip Dioria Mark Dittrick Robert Drum Dean FeDora Gregory Foreman Nick Guidici Richard Hartman Richard I-Ionnick Robert Howrilka Bernard Ivan Roy Jones William LaGrange John Lockett James Mandyck Joseph Martinak Peter Marzocco Kenneth McDavit Paul Mersereau Ronald Naylor Francis Pezzolla Vincent Pittarelli Rodney Reining John Salemme Ralph Titus William Watkins ORCHESTRA VIOLINS CELLOS Nancy Bidwell Jim Miller George Frasco Paul Cahill Thomas Morrow Alma Hendrich Darrogh Lockwood Mary Ellen Weiland Alan Baker Richard DePofi FLUTES Avis Reines Kathleen Kinney Lois Roppoport Frances Beach Norma Jean Benjamin Dorothy Paul Madeline Dellos Thomas l-lonnick Timothy Horan Beatrice Ranney Lois Johns Gretchen Kalb Rita Palmer VIOLAS Beverly Scudder Jane VanDusen Judy Roberts Angela Monaco Marilyn Gumble Helen Selanich Kathleen l-leimgortner Barbara Wood Irene Selanich Nino Fotorny BASSES Roy Butler Winitred Dean Sue Sturzenegger Carol Jontey Katina Veroutis ls WOOVNND ECT TON sic 'NON Page Eighty-Six PERCUSSION For the U-E Orchestra, under the direction of Mr, Stahl, l955 proved to be a very industrious and musical year. ln January, the enterprising musicians gave a concert at the George W. Johnson School. The pro- gram included: "March Hongroise" by Berlion, "Kaiser Waltz" by Strauss, "Misirlou" ia beguinel by Roubanis, "First Concerto in D tor Violin" by Seitz, which featured Nancy Bidwell as soloist, "Promen- ode" by Anderson, "Finiculi Fini- cula" by Denzo Corranged by Langij and "Bacchanale" from "Samson and Delilah" by Saint Soens. ln addition, the sound of an or- chestra was analyzed tor the young audience. To achieve this, individ- SECTION ual instruments played the same few measures. Each choir of similar in- struments then played these meas- ures, and finally all tones were com- bined for the sound of a full or- chestra. On March 25, the orchestra par- ticipated in another concert which was given in conjunction with the Choir and Dance Band. The pro- gram included many of the above pieces as well as "Overture to Stra- della" by Flotow, "American Sa- lute" by Gould, "Stormy Weather" by Kochler and Arlen, and "Star Dust" by Carmichael. A similar pro- gram was presented late in May at the Jennie F. Snapp Junior High School. ORCHESTRA OBOE SAXOPHONE Ann Tuttle John Felice Vincent Pittarelli Ronald Palmer CLARINETS FRENCH HORNS John Rossi Sam Pisani Joe Rose Edward deVente Richard Kadlecik Phyllis Hamm Frank Hoffman Carol Montross Joe Binkewicz TRUMPETS BASSOON Aldo Borromei Carol King David Naylor Richard Greet Frank Sinclair Dean Masland TROMBONES Nelson Woodard Peter Vivona Marilyn Little Larry Dyer TU BA Thomas Dayton PERCUSSION Frank Gaydorus Woodruff Gaul John Wolfe TYMPANI Anthony Pittarelli LOWER S Page Eighty-Seven SECTION TRING SECTION CLARINETS LU A 125 i Qi ,tt LOW W ci-PRI i - I' 009W NET S xx-X05 Page Eighty-Eight CONCERT The horns sounded, the drums re- sounded, and excellent music came forth at each of the Concert Band's successful concerts this year. Traditionally, the Concert Band, un- der the fine direction of Mr. Ostling, forms after the Marching Band dis- bands at the close of the football season. This year, there were ap- proximately eighty-five musicians in the Concert Band. i The group's first performance T was in March at the George F. John- son School. Then, in April, individ- l ual band members displayed their talents in the competitive All-State i music contests. FLUTES Avis Reines Lois Rappaport Kay Kinney Sue Sturzenegger Jane Angevine Barbara Wood Nina Fotorny OBOE Ann Tuttle E FLAT CLARINET Terence Parsons SAXOPHONES Joseph Trpik John Felice Lyle Ramer Rodney Reining Vincent Pittarelli Ronald Palmer Richard Nealy Leroy Wilce ALTO CLARINET Beatrice Ranney BASS CLARINET Duane Beavan Earl Jackson Marvin Mastrangelo John Rossi Richard DePofi Joseph Rose Angelo Bontempo Frank Hoffman Janet McCarty Marilyn Gumble Richard Kadlecik Joe Binkewicz Carol Closkey Barbara Oakley Mary Scrufari Elizabeth Cornell Gordon Holland Joyce Haynes Bonnie Ross Dawn Kittle Foy Knowles Marilyn Brain Loretta Tiffany Sarah McGrath BASSOON Carol King DRUMS BAND PERCUSSION However, May was the big month for the Concert Band, as the mem- bers participated in "Band night," a grand musical festival for all En- dicott school bands from elementary grades to high school. Trumpet solo- ist, Aldo Borromei, gave a rendition of "Jota Mendez" by Mendez at this concert. These fine musical events, as well as performances at various junior high schools in the area, gave the members of the Concert Band a real pride in being musicians of U-E HORNS Salvatore Pisani Da rragh Lockwood Ray lannone James Mosca Frank Gigante Frank Gaydorus John Wolfe Roger Dyer CORN ETS Aldo Borromei David Naylor Richard Greet Leonard Gigante Franklin Sinclair Jack Lawton Jeanine Bouton Raya Gower Thomas Hermiz Peter Marzocca Celeste Maggiore Janet Edwards Dean Masland Frank Annese Richard Stethers Jack Benjamin Edward deVente Kathleen Heimgartner Donald Stanley Gretchen Kalb Phyllis Hamm Carol Montross TROMBONES Nelson Woodard James Bunker Ray Perkins Alan Baker Alan Stork Reed Swindler BARITONES Peter Vivona Richard l-lopko Arthur Burch BASSES Ray Butler Joel Conwicke Thomas Dayton Clifford Robinson COR TR NES N57-S T BARIT Page Eighty-Nine SCHO RNS f, "ON THESE WE DEPEND" gl :,, i ff' t i f W 0 6' I ng! it ,Q fl' THE TOP THREE" Mr, Stahl, Mr, Ostling, Mr. Schmoll. HSTEPPING WITH STETHERS" Drum Major Richard Stethers. HEADING THE PROCESSION Woodruff Gaul, LeRoy Miller, Duane Beavan, Anthony Pittarelli. Page Ninety Applause is in order for those per- sons connected with the band who never blow a horn or beat a drum. Marching in front at every game, holding high the flags of our coun- try and our school, are the two color bearers and their guards. Little trib- ute is ever paid to them, but a band is not a band without them. ln front, stepping high and di- recting with a skillful arm, is the drum major. His waving baton keeps the notes golden and the beat steady. The guidance of "the top three" keeps our band giving "top" per- formances. Their planning, their di- recting, and their determination are as important to the band as the mu- sic itself. MUSICAL VARI ETY OUTSTANDING MUSICIANS TRAVEI-ING MUSICIANS Q., f-W., i I L.. I I I . ,..- I I Acton Ostling, Jr., band group, Betty Peabody, or- All packed and ready to go to the All-State Band, chestra, Richard Darpino, choir-winners of the Orchestra, and Choir Music Festival, held in Wav- '54 Arion Awards, proudly display their gifts pre- erly this year, are these singers and instrumental- sented to them on the basis of their fine contri- ists, butions to their music groups. ON THE CORNELL FIELD Once again, the U-E Marching Band along with other high school bands in New York State, took pride in participating in the Cornell Band Day. "A CHORUS FOR TWO" "AND THE BAND PLAYED ON" Q. Mrs, Hughes and Mrs. Callahan. Page N inety-One vis'- U-E's celebrated Dance Band, organized this year, plays one ot its specialties at the Sadie Hawkins dance. "TY" COBB DAY X, TRIBUTE TO MR. COBB I 0 0' W W M ly f I W ' la . ,ffl ff W M '9' X Q ,Q V law fgflw. ' Al J ly ,HIM 42' ,, ,Q , ,I Q ,.,.- QQ! 9' vf A 42' , ri ,X ,f ,' QW W . llllll Fo, . C ' V The Band F0fmSfheaniia0iS,"TY." ' g 35 YEARS "GlRL OF MY DREAMS" lt's the number 35 for "Ty's" years A heart for Mrs. Cobb. of service. At the Thanksgiving Day football game in the U-E Stadium, the band honored our foot- ball coach, "Ty" Cobb with a special demonstration entitled, "Memories." Playing "The Stein Song," the band formed a huge M representing Mr. Cobb's alma mater, the University of Maine. A formation ofa soldier with his gun and the melody, "You're in the Army Now," symbolized his army days in World War l. "On, Old U-E" was the musical background for the formation, "TY." A heart formed to the tune of "Girl of My Dreams" was a reminder of "Ty's" first years in Endicott, when he married Miss Helen Buckley. The letters, WLT, formed on the field by the band, summarized "TY's" record of the games won, lost, and tied. The appropriate music was :"Sometimes l'm Happy, Sometimes l'm Blue" and "l'm Sitting on Top ofthe World." ln conclusion, the band formed a large "35" while they played "Auld Lang Syne" as a tribute to "Ty" Cobb for his thirty-five years of service at U-E. REUNION ' "Ty" Cobb Day is "Old Home Day" for these former Fife and Drum Corps players. Page Ninety-Two ' "Tis all a great show. The world that we're in." -Jones Very ' Li I Z l i l my ,'?Q 3 i -I I-igigagsi g lf3!lll za ,f Aff lhi?ii riff: A ' f- , ,1 54 ' gy s f? Jil l V 'i tbgiffiiigiffft'-is V U s , il s ?i- it ii r X 4 - f' .'5"R i M "GY lsr ll tit - NX l 4' i tri' i u f R WL, il f i1rfr?l ii il ii 2 ig, ,yt 1 Q, A , i 'ss Q gy I 'IV ' " ' 1' Htl L.: l li li 1 X ' 1 'Q 'il g 9 llllll i l N "y 2 K R L, pl V l, ' 25? ilc QENS? 1 xy ,lb x jf Y l ll Y - A ' fflifif- ,lug ld 'K pf, dm " fi -f QUE? ' .' i'-M l se 'SM-22,5127 , We ' .ff f x l S U Just as so many efforts combine to make a production a success, our drama has been helped by these everyday scenes. Since Shakespeare seemed to know human people, and all aspects of life better than anyone, his quota- tions fit the pictures of these miscellaneous parts d ra ma. Page Ninety-Three nature, of our ll ENTERPRISES OF GREAT PITH "AN HOUR BY HIS DlAL" AND MOMENT" "Hamlet" "As You Like It" 'S 1 Duma! Miss Brainerd is just about to answer her busy The intricacies of radio and television are no mys- phone while Miss Chaffee waits to discuss busi- tery to these boys, ness. "HE HATH A DAILY BEAUTY IN HIS LlFE" "Othello" The entire art class looks pleased with the results of its labors. "CUDGEL THY BRAINS NO MORE" "DEVlSE, WlTg WRITE, PEN" "Hamlet" "Love's Labour's Lost" is T , I 1--I IQ I . I i K 1, , if ' Ya Mr. James Borden presents the "Light's Diamond The girls in sewing class learn how to expand their Jubilee Essay Award" to Joseph Rose while Mr. wardrobes and have fun doing it. McCormack, Joe's English teacher, looks on. Page Ninety-Four "TO TRY THE FAIR ADVENTURE "OH BRAVE NEW WORLD" OF TOMORROW" "King John" "The Tempest" Bill Cunningham, Mike Colella, Bob Furman, and Mr. Forbes' chemistry students carefully prepare Georgionna Ciacelli attempt to prove some of the dangerous experiments. great laws of physics. "DOUBLE, DOUBLE, TOIL AND TROUBLE, FIRE BURN AND CAULDRON BUBBLE" I "Macbeth" ash Q, 4' The girls' cooking class tries out with suc- cess o new molded salad. X L ,s,, I K -S "STRIVE MIGHTILY, BUT EAT AND "DAUGHTERS OF THE GAME" DRINK AS FRIENDS" "The Taming ofthe Shrew" ITIOIIUS and Cressldon Members of homeroom IIO enjoy the spoils after The girls of Leaders' Club maintain a profitable coming in first in the Red Cross membership drive. business during football games. , Page Ninety-Five "BAlT THE HOOK WELL, "I HEARD A BUSTLING RUMOR THIS FISH WILL BlTE" LIKE A FRAY" Much Ado About Nothing" "Julius Caesar" Eff an 5 ,51 W 4, is 0 Gwen Laubouseur, second prize winner in the Conversation rapidly flies back and forth during Triple Cities Baking Contest, demonstrates one the three-minute passing period. step in catching a husband as Miss Coveney and Sylvia Hollenbeck look on. "TO BE OR NOT TO BE, THAT IS THE QUESTION" "Hamlet" Dr. James Wilmoth, head of the science de- partment of Harpur College, and Dr. H. W. Norris, veterinarian, talk to Mr. White's "ag" boys during a "A HEAVY SUMMONS Ll X . UPON ME" "Macbeth" Career Day meeting, ES LIKE LEAD "WHERE SMALL EXPERIENCE GROWS "The Taming of the Shrew" A deathly silence tolls upon this class as Mr. Hat- Mr, Begkefg boys learn how to operate these ma sell is called to send some fortunate soul to the Chineg with Skill and precision. office. Page Ninety-Six "WHAT HASTE LOOKS THROUGH HIS EYES" "Macbeth" "THERE'S SOMETHING IN THE WIND' "Comedy of Errors" ,Att These senior boys dress hurriedly to gain every last minute for after school sports. I gi get 'F 1 il I I I k , . . I I gs K, ' 'A ' I i' li ' i . , it l,3Q3gm I i 9 f I I 'I 5 0 1- Q J . . 35' if f y ,f sh 1 N .5 C gagi vs F T j I ,xr 1 :N i , ' -Q 1 , 1 'H -A - yLf'Y3' fv vi I H M, 3 Q, Aff 7 ff '5Gii 4QxQ nfs s W,' , y , VJ f A fff"'F"' ,, , . ' " E To 1 , - ki 1 . g , , "THE STRENGTH OF TWENTY MEN" "Romeo and JuIiet" UfE's famous "Tigers" are in a huddle while the coaches give signals for o victory. Page :im Wu 'mu .V Dick Klotz, Saundra McVannon, Walter Ford, and Anita Baer read up on the current school events "EYE OF NEWT, AND TOE OF FROG, WOOL OF BAT, AND TONGUE OF DOG" "Macbeth" The boys' cooking class tries out a new re- cipe and eagerly awaits to sample the results. "SPORT ROYAL" "Twelfth-Night" The football coaches discuss the possibilities of this year's team. Ninety-Seven "l HAD A THING TO SAY" "BEWARE THE IDES OF MARCH" "King John" "Julius Caesar" i The "Zephyr" staff gets together to plan another Robert Humphreys, Carol Barnes, Susan Murray, excellent publication. and James Warner look over past "Thesaurus" awards as they plan for the March l5 deadline when the '55 edition goes to press. "UPRlGHT AS THE CEDAR" "Love's Labour's Lost" K K N- , r TZL V LV V ,i J lil 'f ll l f I 5 i f , , tv, J .,., 3 Q I 'li James Cuddy, Barbara Silway, William Ivan, Carolyn Bierly, Acton Ostling, Paul Bochnak, Carlo Evangelisti, and Virginia Havrilka were the speakers at the June '54 com- mencement. "SOME OF US WILL SMART FOR lT" "THE VOLUME OF MY BRAIN" "Much Ado About Nothing" "Hamlet" Mr. Woodward and Mrs. Cobb write down the Commander Floyd Walters of the American Legion names of U-E'5 tgrdy and mgichievous Students, POST 82 presents JOFTWCS Cuddy with O S9COnd prize award as Theresa Monaco patiently waits for her first prize award. Page Ninety-Eight "I HAVE NO SUPERFLUOUS LEISURE" "Measure for Measure" School nurse, Miss Lesko, cmd Dr. Mallory patient- ly attended to all the serious ills of U-E's pupils. "AT MY FINGERS' ENDS" "Twelfth Night" TW A. '1":l'f', if 'mliwowwivrf' 1 v MN Transcription class proves to be a very important step in the lives of these girls. "GOOD COUNSELORS LACK NO CLlENTS" "Measure for Measure" iii-M g,,--i..- ,,. ,,,,.....--- --,,,... ..- ,M- ,,,,....--- --.--,,, ,.. ,,,,.......--- ----A-..-, IM: W,.........-- ...... ,,,,.........--- .,.... ,,.,.........--- .,.. N,......--- " L-----1 ,-,.....---.- ,,.......------.- ,........-1-..- ,,.........---- -4 . ., , A M , I , - -1 , ,M ff'-'A ' M, Z F--f"M"'H" : , ...- El .....-1 LLL.. ai .........--.- ,,........---... ,,, .. ' 4,.......1--.. -.,...4- M, - ,...,,.......-- - ...,1.......- W---i... ......--:L-".. : ,E --- :I L, Mx ,M.............. ..------- 2 , ,. ,,...... E . if w Efjeg I , , 5, , c,:........--- ..., TEL: if ,M , G ........ ......M M ,lyi ,.. ..- i ll,,. I i -' '1..M,X, :il ,Q ,X W M -K MIM- Q . W V g M I I 5 ' ' it I 'I' 1 I ' V' ' ' 1? M , T5 M, il no 'I . 5 I 11, ,, MM ,Q ,sy.i i,. , M MM M M Mrs, Panasuk takes down important notes about scholarships as counselors, Mr. Agone, Miss Mersereau, and Mr. Popelka dictate. "FOR I AM NOTHING IF NOT CRlTlCAL" "Othello" Japanese block prints demand admiring looks of approval from Norma Wallace and Peggy Begeal. "PUT MONEY IN THY PURSE" "Othello" U-E's Technical Club operates a concession stand in the library during basketball games. Page Ninety-Nine "AND WHEN I OPEN MY LIPS, LET NO DOG BARK" "The Merchant of Venice" The debate class listens attentively as Lois Rappaport and Avis Reines present their re- ply to the question under discussion. "REPORT ME AND MY CAUSE ARIGHT" "APPETlTE A UNIVERSAL WOLF" "Hamlet" "Troilus and Cressida" The Press reporters, Pat Hopko, John Kelly, Alan Baker helps himself to some juice while Joel Paul Koutoukas, Jim Walker and Clyde Willis, pre- Frey gives his money to Mr. Berry. pare the week's articles for the Binghamton Press High School Page. "THlS IS THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT" M r ' "The e ry Wives of Windsor" Dick Klotz, Jane VanDusen, and the rest of the solid geometry class study their propo- sitions under the watchful eye of Mr. Good- now. Page One Hundred "THE LABOUR WE DELIGHT IN" "Macbeth" These girls gain valuable secretarial practice under the guidance of Mrs, Roth. SPEAK LOW IF YOU SPEAK LOVE" "AS MERRY AS THE DAY IS LONG "Much Ado About "Much Ado About Nothing" Nothing" Mary Emmons and Grace Monticello find time to place a very important phone call. "I AM NO ORATOR, AS BRUTUS IS" "Julius Caesar" 1531? iii 'f Miss Heffner, our com- munity ambassador, pre- sented a very interesting assembly talk and showed slides. iq ,M Robert Butchko conducts a meeting of the U-E Senate. Page One Hundred One "LET YOUR OWN DISCRETION BE YOUR TUTOR" I "Hamlet" Mr. John D. Smith, an Endicott attorney and Mr. A. R. MacAImon, Director of Apprentice Training 'liz-ww Q -4 L 3 "WHAT'S DONE IS DONE" "Macbeth" A I nh-906' The boys in Mr, PaoIucci's mechanical drawing class seem absorbed in seeing that things are done. for IBM, present helpful information at a career conference. "I'LL SPEAK IN A MONSTROUS LITTLE VOICE" "Love's Labor Lost" Paul Koutoukas appears to have captured the at- tention of the entire drama cIass with his speech. "I'LL TELL THE WORLD!" "Measure for Measure" Marion Baron appears poised as she presents her speech in public speaking class. MKS "ARE YOU GOOD MEN AND TRUE?" "Much Ado About Nothing" K uw Q K I W t X, and -Y-were , Mr, Poolucci directs Roger Dyer, John Creston, Ray Fahringer, and Angelo Ferro in the proper methods of running projectors. Page One Hundred Two "A MERE ANATQMYH "HE IS WELL PAID THAT IS "The Comedy of Errors" A laboratory proves to be an interesting place for these biology students as they examine preserved specimens. "HOW FAR THAT LITTLE CANDLE THROWS HIS BEAMS" "The Merchant of Venice" Theresa Monaco receives the I954 American Le- gion award from Commander Floyd Walters of Post 82 WELL SATISFIED" "The Merchant of Venice" Representatives to Girls' and Boys' State this year are: First row, left to right, David Stevens, Joyce English, Carol Podesti Charles Bradtg second row, Michael Colella, Jack O'Brien, Patrick O'Brien, Michael Beirne, Thomas Cullen. "I MUST HAVE LIBERTY" "As You Like It" The "I Speak for Democracy" contestants this year were: First row, Tina Starikov, Marilyn Gumble, Barbara Kowalewskig second row, fthe winnersi Avis Reines, first placeg Lois Rappaport, second placeg Richard Greet, third placeg third row, George Mudry, James Warner, Walter Szachara. "I HAVE NO OTHER BUT A WOMAN'S REASON" "The Tempest" Q5 Miss VogeIgsang's fourth-period "C. P." class diligently studies the natural superior- ity of women. Page One Hundred Three "GIVE US A TASTE OF YOUR "IF WE DO MEET AGAIN, WHY, QUALITY" . WE SHALL SMILE" "Hamlet" "Julius Caesar" Yi! hfizwillfifi Parkhurst and Mr. Wildman watch as Jan rbocker tests the quality of the old U-E Mayor Knicke bell. U-E's new teachers gather to discuss the trials and tribulations ot the first day ot school. "EVERY WAY MAKES MY GAIN" "Othello" Mr. Klett smiles work in machine " 'TIS A KIND OF GOOD DEED" "King Henry Vlll" Greg Foreman appears skeptical at the informa- tion given to him by Carol Thomson while Pat Havrilka watches arnusedly. S L 4 his approval at Richard's design. "KNOWlNG I LOVED MY BOOKS . . "The Tempest" ,il ,,e 3 , Mrs. Petrak explains why her books are late and Dick Youmans, Jim Dryer, Joe Stevens, and Rudy Stats- ney wait to sian out tor new ones. Roberts listens to the old excuse, as Carolyn Page One Hundred Four "AND WE'LL NOT FAIL" "FRIENDS, ROMANS, COUNTRYMEN, "Macbeth" "Julius Caesar This year's new Senators solemnly pledge to carry Mike Beirne, Carol Podest, Sue Murray, and Joe out their duties as they are sworn in by president, Funari, under the guidance of Mr. Agone, present- Mike Beirne. ed a broadcast at WENE during National Education Week. I "THERE IS A METHOD IN'T" "HamIet" Mr. Norris demonstrates the proper methods in making coat racks. "BETTER THREE HOURS TOO SOON" "THERE'S A TIME FOR ALL THINGS" "The Merry Wives of Windsor" "Comedv of Errors" Pupils crowd to the ticket window before a football Miss Thompson and Mr. Kaskey find time to pick game to make sure they see the opening kickoff. up their mail. Page One Hundred Five LEND ME YOUR EARS" I "UNQUIET MEALSA MAKE ILL DIGESTIONS" "The Comedy of Errors" These senior girls present a scene of organized confusion in the cafeteria. "METHOUGHT I HEARD A VOICE CRY 'SLEEP NO MORE!"' "Macbeth" George Evan enjoys a few minutes of sleep in study hall. " 'TIS NO TIME TO TALK" ll ' ll King He VI Mr. Popelka makes certain that the library is a quiet place to study. "SUIT THE ACTION TO THE WORD, THE WORD TO THE ACTION" "Hamlet" The sophomore cheering try-outs show us their best form and smiles. "FIGHT TILL THE LAST GASP" "King Henry VI" Joyce English and Mike Beirne, candidates for school president, meet at the election booth to cast their ballots. Page One Hundred Six Behind the scenes of any production, are rosin and makeup, the prompter and the stage manager, ballet shoes, dressing rooms, and the well-worn scripts. But there is also a special feeling of excitement and spontaneity behind the scenes, and we at U-E have captured this feeling in our snaps of "behind the scenes" life. " l l i i , ,AW ix- , , l xox-C 'll Q i AM' ' ,ll c N ' I Lg, , t ,lj . , , , 7 'I 5,9 l ' "' .ff fy f ,gf X A ll all A fi Xi . 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Page One Hundred Twelve i 5 ? cg ADVISERS AND STAFF GENERAL ADVISER CIRCULATION ADVERTISING PHOTOGRAPHY ART D TYPING SENIOR CLASS JUNIOR CLASS YEARBOOK ADVISERS Mrs. Wallace Finch Miss Ruth Lawrence Miss Frederica Hollister Mr. John Woodruff Mrs. Theodore Loinha rt Mrs. Robe rt Roth , Miss Eleanor Vogelgsang, Mr. Eugene Comadella Miss Elizabeth Rasmussen SoPHoMoRE CLASS Miss Athalia Thompson AL STA F THESAURUS GENER F CO-EDITORS Carol Barnes, Susan Murray. ASSOCIATE SENIOR EDITORS Michael Beirne, Lorraine Cornell, Mary Emmons, Georgia Machotka, Celeste Maggiore, Peggy Malia, Nancy Malowicky, Corinne Oliver, Grace Palmisano, Carol Spangenburg, David Stevens, Palma Vivona, Barbara Welsh, Clyde Willis. ASSOCIATE JUNIOR EDITORS Nancy Bostwick, JoAnn Buckler, Ann Marie Donlin, Robert Humphreys, Sue Sturzenegger. ASSOCIATE SOPHOMORE EDITORS Borbara Bosley, Sharon Brown, Beverly Sim, Linda Whitman. ART STAFF Left to right: Forman Tiffany, Helen Sela- nich, David Safford, Le Roy Wilce. Seated, left to right: Patricia Ingalls, Joan Conklin. Absent from picture: Sandra Rupert and I' George Zu , Page One Hundred Thirteen CIRCULATION STAFF Seated: Carol Burns, Beverly Walter, Janet McCarty, Theresa Steenberg, Myra I-Iarris. Standing: Dorothy Comstock, Frances Driscoll, Joan Case, Donna Granger, Roger Eckinger, Jean- nette Deering. TYPING STAFF Front to back: Beverly Walter, Carol Podest, Lois Martin, Dorothy Comstock, Deloris Rhodes. Absent: Lola Lane, Elizabeth Szed- lock. l"w" ADVERTISING STAFF 2 rr if ,i i i i ,NSA -. i Seated: Edna Northrup, Dianne Selle, Jacqueline McPherson, Alice Szczepanski, Gayle Wood, Lois Martin, Frances Moravec, Barbara Kraycovic, Lucille Pero, Mary Ann Coyle, Carlita Knapp, Rita Lesko, Marilyn Gelatt, Standing: Faitn Burton, Jean Zarzynski, Edith Sgobba, Judy Theodore, Palma Longo, Bernadine Baker, Philomena Musa, Betty Kendzierski, Barbara Casteline, Barbara Kowalewski, Carol Closkey, Charlotte Bannister, Virginia Ingalls, Carol Dyle, Carol Podest, Dorothea Pitarra, Catherine Mc- Naughton, Ken McDavit, George Komar. Page One Hundred Fourteen "All who have meditated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on the education of youth." -ARISTOTLE. 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PICCIANO I204 Witherill Street Endwell Plaz Endicott EndweII 5-9985 - PHONE - 5-9986 VAUGHN'S HILKINS 'I07-109 East Main Street .HJEWELERSOU MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING The Store of National Brand Names 46 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK O YOUR RING COMMITTEE ,-..,-in-n-4.-- X Seated: Barbara Welsh, Patricia Hopko, Joyce English, Marilyn Gelatt, Diane Pennell. Standing: Angela Musa, Joyce MacPherson, Donna Tarnowski, Kenneth McDavit, O'Brien, William Coughlin, Joyce Jurczak, Susan Fish, Grace Monticello. We are very proud to have been selected as the official jeweler for your Class Ring. IlBAlIJlFGClDlUllR COMPANY Patrick Your Representative HODGKINS OF BALFOUR Post Office Box Nine SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK Page One Hundred Twenty-Three NEWING MOTOR CO., Inc. l404 EAST MAIN STREET Endicott, N. Y. Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1920 Compliments of HOTEL FREDERICK R. H. SUYDAM, Manager WARNER BROS. AGENCY . . . Insurance . . . Endicott Trust Building Phone 8-I 534 Endicott, New York Dorr W. Warner - Ralph J. Warner A Complete Musical Service Hickey's Music Store 330 East State Street ITHACA, NEW YORK Phone 4-I IOI E. B. LACEY coAl. and FUEL on. co. Highest Quality Anthracite and Bituminous Coal GULF FUEL OIL The fuel oil with that special additive to guarantee trouble-free operation All Kinds of Heating, Cleaning and Preparing 3l4-3I6 Maple Avenue Phone 5-9997 PgOHddT tyF DIAL 5-7631 EVAN'S PLUMBING Sm HEATING Owner KENNETH R. SPENCER 423 ROOSEVELT AVENUE ENDICOTT, N. Y PgoHddT F BINGHAMTON AMUSEMENT co., INC. GEORGE REED ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC SEEBURG Select-o-Matic u100" Phonograph Ju ke Boxes Soles- Service- Rentols P' O' BOX I I9 2507 WAYNE STREET 221 Main Street Binghamton, N. Y. Dial 9-1515 Endicott, N. Y. Dairy Foods Daily!!! ESPECIALLY IN YOUNGSTERS' LUNCHES Lunches ot school need not be locking in nourishment. Fill o vacuum bottle with sweet, fresh milk, butter sond- """'W"""""' . wich bread generously. Well-nourished children ore olert children ond it's Cornell's job to help keep them ot their heolthy best. LOOK FOR THE CORNELL NAME ON DAIRY PRODUCTS AT YOUR STORE OR CALL US FOR REGULAR HOME DELIVERY CALL 5-603l CORNELL' S DAIRY 25 Kentucky Avenue, Endicott PgOHddT yS MacCLARY- STABLER, INC. Harry E. Sfabler-Jack I. Drew 102 Years of Continuous Service All Kinds of Insurance 105 E. Main Street Phone 5-3646 jfair LAUNDERERS and CLEANERS Convenienfly Locafed af 2303 NORTH STREET For All Your Laundry And Dry Cleaning Needs o1W'X go doug Page One Hundred Twenty V611 TRI-CITIES AVIATION ARTHUR c. HAND AGENCY SCI-IQQL, INC, General Insurance LEARN TO FLY IO6 WASHINGTON AVENUE Broome COUVWY AIVPOVI Binghamton, N. Y. E ' tt N Y k ndlco ' ew or Charter Flights Studentlnstruction Phone 54206 saghf-seemg Flights Phone 9-2091 Official Air Lines Limousine Service AIRLINES LIMOUSINE SERVICE WAYNE E. EDWARDS CO. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 3210 Lawndole Street Endicott, N. Y. T levhvhe 9-0441 - Binghamton, N. Y- Telephone 5-391 I Limousines for Long Trips and Weddings SKYVIEW RESTAURANT .SLI-ying gow! 30061 CATERING TO PARTIES- BANQUETS WEDDING BREAKEAsTs BNGTN 9-0931 LOCATED AT BROOME COUNTY AIRPORT POHddT Eh . . ROU F F FURNITURE CO. Y ' YOUR CREDIT "Dedicated to Better Homes" IS GQQD Endicott, N. Y. Owego, N. Y. , , , Af EndicoH's Fi rsf Credit Jeweler 6 Washington Avenue Phone 5-9211 Girls Like to Say IT CAME FROM 1 MH- iw " I5 Washington Ave. Endicott, N. Y. 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 , .,,,, 4 C . ,Fi Ease, , S ii 1 is 1' ii ' 7 A T' ,gggmai 2 -ljggi -31' 5 , 4 H- - ! l : - ' ' Y Q M , .. .. w ho E ' . .3 lexaniler arvc lothinq houn in MHIUH d dT enty-Nine T I T U S PLUMBING s. HEATING co., IN 'I08 W. Main Street Endicott, N. NATIONAL PLUMBING FIXTURES Winkler Oil Heat Fairbanks Morse Water Systems SALES - DIAL 5-1691- SERVICE Night Service 5-8838 BUICK -- The Thrill of the Year and Ride in the New 1955 Buick Before You Buy See Visit Our Used Cor Department For A-'I Buick Trade In ALL MAKES AND MODELS ENDICOTT SALES 81 SERVICE 1900 North Street Endicott, N. Y C. Y. ARCH FURNITURE CO. WILFORD E. BOYEA, Prop. 124 West Main Street Endicott, New York Phone 5-6781 It's Smart to Say "I Use Valet" GAI L PETTIT'S ENDICOTT VALET SERVICE CUSTOM DRY CLEAMNG lUN1BER 8. BUX COMPANY Hats Blocked - Dry Cleaning -- Rug Cleaning Laundry-Tailorin -Shoe Re air PHONE 1-om D LUMBER AND BUILDING Union Center Hi-Way Endicott, N. Y. Mason's Supplies MARS DRUGS Prompt and Courteous Service Never a Parking Problem at the Plaza ENDWELL PLAZA D. C7 H. ANTI-IRACITE COAL 1306 Clark Street Phone 5-9903 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK PQO H d dth ty DEE Y. MOORE'S TEXACO SERVICE B. F. GOODRICH TIRES and BATTERIES lTubeless Tire Service? Alemite Electronic Wheel Balancing We Give S. 8. H. Green Stamps Phone 5-9824 2809 Watson Blvd. Endwell, N. Y. l HEN DRON'S MARKET I09 NORTH STREET School Supplies Fresh Fruits Vegetables Frozen Foods Meats Groceries Open Daily 9 A. M.-IO P. M. FRANK KOWALEWSKI LAWNMOWERS AND SAWS SHARPENED AND REPAIRED ALSO WELDING Phone 5-0118 Open Evenings and Saturdays MICHAEL'S 5c to 51.00 STORE 3301 East Main Street ENDWELL, NEW YORK COMPLIMENTS of ENDWELL RUG CO. BROOME COUNTY TECHNICAL INSTITUTE Binghamton, New York "Your Community College" F3 . I IIT Six 2-Year Curriculums COOPERATIVE WORK PROGRAM Associate in Applied Science Degree PQO H ri dth fyo NORTH SIDE GARAGE Corner Squires and Witherill Endicott, N. Y. Phone 5-9642 TARRICONE BEAUTY SHOP ALL KINDS BEAUTY WORK Experienced Operators LADIES 8. CHlLDREN'S HAIRCUT 8. STYLES Permanent Waves Our Specialty AII Work With or Without Appointment-Dial 5-9531 I3 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. K. Edward Abdallah Edward Soleeby A 81 S FURNITURE CO. Phone 5-689i Furniture-Appliances-Floor Coverings l I4 W, Main Street Endicott, N. Y. 2-IO Miles From High Prices SUPERIOR ELECTRIC Quality Electrical Appliances SALES - SERVICE I25 West Main Street Union District Endicott, N. Y. METZGER'S STYLE SHOPS The Store for the Stylish Miss The Store forthe Particular Man Endicott's Most Popular Charge Account Store 'I0 Washington Avenue Harry Sallerson THE GIRL'S CENTER Infant- Clothes through teens l l9 West Main Street Phone 5-7964 IT COSTS LESS AT 7 I ARMY STORE' 1210 North Street Endicott, N. Y. WORK-D ESS SPORTING coops CLOTHEQ "lNSURE Today . . . BE SURE Tomorrow" CROWE'S AGENCY Insurance 614 North street Dial 5-4791 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Page One Hundred Thirty-Two Build Better With What You Save At WHIPPLES LUMBER YARD Whipples Bros, Inc. 3310 East Main Street Phone 8-1593 Endwell, N. Y. CHARLEY'S SWEET SHOP Sundaes -- Sodas - Jumbo Milk Shakes Meals 100 Jackson Avenue Endicott, N. Y SERVING U-E STUDENTS P..l. C01e11a,Ph.G. AND GRAQS Z 1 For Over 25 Years E in BUSINESS FDR VEUR H , , 101 w M s E ENlgwDgT15-tive' I n e S ' MN TR ET ' ' ' ENDICOTT'S Mews AND sovs' --i snor -1- MAC'5 HOME CLEANETTE 81 AUTO SUPPLIES DRY CLEANERS 3403 E. Main Street Geo. F. Highway 2800 Watson Blvd. Endwell, N. Y. Pick Up and Delivery Service "Helen" "MGC" Phone 5-0153 Jos. Gazdik, Prop Mido Watches for Men and Women Take You 'Round the Clock Day After Day . . . Year After Year Offering Performance No Other Self-Winding Watch Con Duplicate Self-Winding - Waterproof - Shock Resistant Anti-Magnetic Unbreakable Mainspring PATTERSON'S Watches . . . Diamonds ENDICOTT FLORIST "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 116 WASHINGTON STREET Endicott, N. Y. Telephone 5-0221 Pg0 H fi dTh iyth BEN HANSEN CHEVROLET CO. , INC. 3 Grant Avenue Endicott, N. Y. PISANI'S CLEANERS AND TAILORS FASTER - SAFER - BETTER SERVICE Daily Pickup and Delivery Service We Do Our Own Cleaning Expert Alterotions Our Specialty Store: 1309 Monroe St.-Dial 5-5131 Plant 11 Delaware Ave.-Dial 5-3681 Endicott, N. Y. IF lT'S'A GIFT TRY- TOTS TO TEENS 49 WASHINGTON Avenue Endicott, N. Y. SEELY'S ICE CREAM Endwell, New York TO SERVE YOU. AT ALL TIMES ANZ BEAUTY SHOP SEBASTIAN-LEADS l4l Court Street Binghamton, N. Y. Buss Sebastian, Owner and Manager HAMMONDS FLORIST 2605 East Main Street ENDICOTT, NEW YORK NORRIS H. DANN "Your Insurance Man" Endicott Trust Building ENDICOTT, NEW YORK dTht yF STATE SANDWICH SHOPPE 108 East Main Street Meals Lunches Sodas BEACH'S AUTO SUPPLY 1 10 West Main Street Endicott, N. Y. Your Complete Bicycle Shop Phone 5-0521 MARTHA'S IDEAL FOUNTAIN School Supplies Greeting Cards . 222 Washington Avenue SUTTON'S DRUG STORE Richard L. Sutton, Pharmacist Prescription Specialist 3231 E. Main St. Endwell, N. Y Phone 5-9627 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Imperial Washable Wallpaper THE SH ERWI N-WILLIAMS CO 135 Monroe Street Endicott, N. Y. ARROW ELECTRIC CO. PHONE 5-8551 Wiring and Appliances 3513 E. MAIN STREET Endwell, N. Y. DON NA-BETH CERAMICS Kilns - Firing - Instructions and Supplies 3300 E. MAIN STREET Endwell, N. Y. Betty Riley - Madonna Warren Telephone 5-4081 Compliments of THE GEORGIA-HAN KS ENDICOTT CORP. PgOHd dTh iyF JOHN E. CALLAHAN PLUMBING and HEATING 417 Overton St. Union, N. Y. JOE'S USED CARS The Best Deal in Town Congratulates The Graduating Class of 1955 COMPLIMENTS ROBERT J. HANAFIN, INC. of INSURANCE FOR EVERY NEED CQ, R. D. 1 Endicott, N. Y 204 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Phone 8-1527 ECONOMY DRUG STORE Corner Washington Avenue and Monroe Str "THE REXALL STORE" CONGRATULATIONS from STRAND LUNCH 121 WASHINGTON AVENUE Y. Phone 5-2141 eel' NOVELLO'S DRY CLEAN ERS 31 14 East Main Street ENDWELL, NEW YORK STON E'S STATION ERY 2 Washington Avenue Dial 5-6251 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK SCHOOL SUPPLIES PgO HddTh I tyS COMPLIMENTS of TRIPLE CITIES SPORTING GOODS CO. I6 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS of LAWLOR'S SUNOCO SERVICE Phone 5-4826 3122 WATSON BOULEVARD Endwell, N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS KEN'S SHOE STORE IO6 Washington Avenue I3,000 ITEMS AND SIZES at E. E. INDERLIED HARDWARE CO. 4 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT For Quick and Efficient Service Phone 5-2778 I4l6 North Street Endicott, N. Y. We Specialize in Bachelor Bundles COME TO ENDICOTT CAMERA SHOP for all your photo needs 33 WASHINGTON AVENUE Phone 5-5571 Prompt ---- Courteous 24-HOUR SERVICE DIAL 5-3335 RUSSELL TAXICAB CO. INC. I 301 Monroe Street -.- rnsn's-- New sANowlcH suor I305 Monroe Street Phone 5-9666 POHd S JAMES DINER, INC. FINE FOODS Never Closed 120 Washington Avenue Phone 5-9615 MAIN STREET GARAGE DONLON BROTHERS, Proprietors PONTIAC SALES and SERVICE 1808 E. Main Street Endicott, N. Y. Phone 5-1021 O en M M -H P M Ever DO PENNY WISE YOUTH CENTER p ' ' ' ' Y Y I4 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. Twelve Months of the Year Groceries - Frozen Foods PHONE 5-2292 Dolly Madison Ice Cream I'IeClCIClUCJl'Tel'S f MAIN DELICATESSEN O' IO7 W- Main Sf- Dio' 59840 SUBTEEN DRESSES and SKIRTS .S .-, ', ,2 ., E ::. V 5 3 S E l z. WEDDINGS-PARTIES C I. t f 3 f I I so omp :men s 0 I SI Engagements WALTER R. MILLER co., inc. V ,I A 3 tgigg Announcements Stationers ' A av HARRlNG'roN's STUDIO Offwe Ouffwfefs 5-3357 5-4737 l7O Washington St. and IZI State St. 911 E. Main sneer Endicott, N. Y. Binglwmfonf New York LAC H MA N ,S ELMER ANGEvlNE AGENCY Incorporated SU ITS ACCESSORIES COMPLETE DRESSES Real Estate and Insurance SERVICE 46 Washington Avenue Phone 5-358i Phone 8-1529 ENDICOTT' NEW YORK 145 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK PQOH d dTh tyEght ANGELINE'S FLOWER SHOP The Most Fragile of Arts 1306 MONROE STREET Telephone 5-2551 ENDICOTT DRY CLEANING 1200 North Street Endicott, N. Y. Phone 5-1621 TIRES Firestone TUBES EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HOME AND AUTO A Complete Line of Home Appliances TOYS - PAINT -- SEAT COVERS - TELEVISION Tire Headquarters in Greater Endicott ENDICOTT TIRE AND SUPPLY COMPANY COMPLIMENTS of the LYRIC and STATE "Movies Are Your BEST Entertainment" 113 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. Dial 5-7041 A L E X A N D E R ' S MILLINERY-BAGS-JEWELRY JOEL'S 26 WASHINGTON AVENUE 103 W M I St est ain reet OUR 39th YEAR ENDICOTT, NEW YORK COMPLIMENTS Try our of Gallons and I-Ialt Gallons of BAKER'S DRESS SHOP ICE CREAM in many flavors 115 West Main Street Union District l l Pgo H ddTh'ty-N' I OPPORTUNITIES There are greater opportunities today than ever before for the young person who desires to succeed and who is willing to put forth enough honest effort to reach his goal. INTICRNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES I-. N 1 r R K POHddF time Q 1 ll? i, . ,iilil . m l l lll ll Jl r llllllll it 'l'll""'i-fill l'lllll'l'fl'llill llll l F' .1- i .11 .,, .. 'l . l lr 'v if . l if . 5, , if lt iii ' ' gl Fi a 'ii f. I I, ,, ii , M, , ' ix ,Nl fc el N 1 Yi" .f- il lil , . fi 1 15 . , .i 5, if ft ' i ' . ' ,. . 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