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

 - Class of 1957

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'Q .-.lit W ' .y fig:-y, Xxx to 4 W X 3 MESSAGE FOR 1957 SENIORS Over a period of years millions of people have sat under the "big-top" to watch the Ringling Brothers-Barnum and Bailey circus. A few months ago the circus management an- nounced that it was discontinuing its tent shows and making plans to appear in auditoriums in various parts of the country. The circus will go on because it has adapted itself to chang- ing conditions. Life is like a circus. We become accustomed to the vo- cation of our choice, to a certain income, to a way of living, and then changing conditions force us to make new plans. If we can adapt ourselves to these conditions, we can be assured that we have a high degree of functional intelligence--the kind of intelligence which enables us to adapt ourselves to new situations. While preparing oursleves to face changes in our material environment, we can gain a sense of security by remember- ing that there are some truths which do not change. These, which are largely in the field of philosophy and religion, give us a means of evaluating material changes and a basis for deciding whether to accept them or resist them. Wm. J. Krum, Ir. BOARD OF EDueATION OF THE ENDICOTT SCHOOL SYSTEM LEFT to RIGHT Mr Harold McGowan, Mrs Gertrude Calleog Mr. Mearle Diles, presidentg Mrs. Lenore The Union Endicott Student Body owes a great debt of gratitude to these citizens who give so un- selfishly of their time and energy to help provide us with a fine education. 4 df X .X x . if . Y V W -,v,f,-3,137--'J . Y H S '4- r 1-gg , 'G' LeROY WAGE f 5 , X WV f mx f X IM' "Circus: a company of performers, a perfor- mance, the arena surrounded by seats." During your three years of senior high, each phase has been in evidence. To reach your goal of grad- uation you have had certain tasks to do. The ful- fillment of these has been shown in the results of your tests, in your concerts, plays, athletic contests and in your service to the community. After gradu- ation as you move to the next arena may you be truly successful. Mary L. Pitkin TO THE CLASS OF 1957 The need of our country today is for more people to develop their creative ability. To do so, each of us must gain a sense of our own dignity and worth, Then we must have faith and belief in the impossible. Many inventions have come about which at first were considered impossible, but someone's faith and persistent experimentation finally succeeded. We never attain our goals if we take the attitude that there is no use trying. Our country can progress only as individuals develop their skills and preserve their ideals. Let us all do our share. De Witt S. Woodard 6 Mrs. RUTH ADAMEK B.S., Cortland State Teachers College, Physical Edu- cation, Adviser to Leader's Club, Intramurals Mr. ROBERT D. AGONE Adsministrative Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools, B.A., M.A., New York State College for Teachers at Albanv Miss ALENE ALDERSON B.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, M.A., University of Michigan, English III, General English Mr. CLARENCE J. BECKER New York State Teachers College at Buffalo, lndus- trial Arts and Technical Machine Shop, Mechanical Drawing I and II Mr. REED C. BENSON B.S., Mansfield State Teachers' College, University of Virginia, Pennsylvania State University, Physical Science, Health Mr. WALTER R. BERG B.S.E.E., Pennsylvania State University, M.B.A., University of Buffalo, Electronics, Direct Current Mr. CLARENCE BERRY New York State Teachers College at Potsdam, St. Lawrence University, Syracuse University, Driver Training Education Mr. PAUL C. BRADT Director of Guidance and Adult Education, New York State Teachers College at Cortland, B.S., Buffalo State Teachers College, M.S., Syracuse University, Albany State Teachers College Mrs. MILDRED A. CALLAHAN B.S., New York University, Potsdam State Teachers College, Crane School of Music, Vocal Music, George W. Johnson Comprehensive Music, U-E Mr. EUGENE M. CAMADELLA B.A., St. Bonaventure University, English III, Adviser to Cheerleaders 7 Mr. CLIFFORD N. CROOKS B.A. New York State Teachers Colle e at Alban S Y' M.Al, University of Pennsylvania, Syracuse Unived- sity, American History, Adviser to Student Govern- 1'1'1e Ht Mis. LEAH A. CROSSMAN Plattsburg State Teache-s' College, Secretarial Practice, Shorthand I Miss RUTH ESTY B.A., William Smith College Universi of Rochester, S acuse Universi , English W ' YT YY' II and III, Adviser to Junior Ring Committee Mr. WILLIAM J. EVERTS B.A,, Syracuse University, M.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, American and World History fl Miss RAYMETA D. CHAFFEE B.A., Triple Cities College of Syracuse Univ., M.A. Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury College, Vermont, English II I Mr. HAROLD V. COBB b.A., University of Maine, Comellg Director of Phys- ical Education and Athletics for Endicott Schools, Head Coach of Football, Baseball, Volleyball Mis. ANNE F. DODGE B.S., Mansfield State Teachers College at Mansfield, Pa., M.A., Syracuse University, English II Mr. D. BRUCE ELLIS B.A., Syracuse University, M.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, Harpur College, Amen- can History Mr. JULIUS R. GEORGE B.A., Champlain College University of Buffalo, New York State Teachers Col- lege at Albany, Physics, Chemistry, General Physical Science, Biology Mr. VINCENT J. GIARUSSO B.A., Harpur College, Albany State Teachers' College, World History Mr. HAROLD S. GOODFELLOW B.S., M.S., Ithaca College, Head Coach of Basket- ball Mr. EDWARD J. GOODNOW B.M.E., Clarkson College of Technology, M.Ed., St. Lawrence University, Trigonometry, Intermediate and Advanced Algebra, Solid Geometry Mrs. MARJORIE. F. I-IESS Rochester Business Institute, Columbia University, Syracuse University, Harpur College, New York State Teachers College at Oswego, Typewriting, Adviser for Honor Assembly Miss FREDRICA HOLLISTER B.A., Cornell University, Latin II, Ill, IV, Adviser to Latin Club, Adviser Assembly Committee Dr. JOSEH B. KAZLAUSKAS A.B., M.S., Ph.D., Cornell University, Chemistry Mr. RICHARD Z. KLETT B.S., Syracuse University, M.S., Cornell University, Machine Design, Strength of Materials , Supervisor Technical Course, liaison work between school system and industries, Adviser to Technical Club Mr. FRANCIS L. GOSS B.S.,' Rider College, M.S., Syracuse University, English II and III, Audio-Visual Director Miss IRENE N. I-IEFFNER Girl's Physical Education, State University of New York, B.S., Cortland State Teachers College, Phys- ical Education, Adviser to Leaders Club Sclntramurals Mrs. RUTH M. HUGHES B.S., Houghton College, Hunter College, New York University, Cornell University, Director of U-E Choir, Director of Girls' Glee Club Mr. CHARLES P. KASKEY B.S., M.S., Cortland State Teachers College, Syra cuse University, Driver Education 9 M.r. MICHAEL F. LACCETTI M.A., Albany State Teachersg B.S., Hartwick Col- legeg Biology, Physics Mrs. ESTER L. LAINHART New York State Teachers CollegeAat Cortlandg Gen- eral Art, Basic Art, Advertising Design, Drawing and Painting, General Crafts, Adviser to Art Staff of Yearbook School Posters Mr. JAMES N. LONGWELL New York State Teachers Colle e at Oswe o Techni- 8 8 3 cal Machine Shop I and II Mr. ARTHUR J. LOVELACE B.S., Roberts Wesleyan Collegeg M.S., Syracuse Universityg Lowell School of Businessg Business Arithmetic 10 Miss RUTH KNISKERN Oneonta State Teachers' Collegeg Plattsburgh State Teachers' Collegeg B.S., New York Universityg Bookkeeping I and II, Shorthand I, Adviser Com- mercial Club Mr. EDWARD KOBYLSKI B.S., University of Scrantong St. Lawrence Universityg Plane Geometry 1? iff? 1 Miss RUTH LAWRENCE B.A., University of Rochesterg Syracuse Universityg Harpur Collegeg General English, Business English, Adviser to Circulation Staff of the Yearbook, Ad- viser for Honor Assembly Miss HERMINA A. LESKO R.N., Charles S. Wilson Memorial Hospitalg B.S., Syracuse Universityg M.A., Columbia Universityg School Nurse--Teacher lvlr. PAUL MAHOLCHIC B.A., Arizona State Universityg M.A., Columbia Universityg Syracuse Universityg World History Mrs. AGNES W. MARTELLE B.A., Cornell Universityg Cortland State Teachers Collegeg English ll Mr. PAUL J. McCORMACK B.A., Niagara University, M.S. in Educationg Latin I, II, Coach of Bowling Miss ALTA M. MCLEAN B.A., Syracuse University, World History Miss JANET M. MFALY B.A., Skidmore College, M.A., Wellesley Collegeg Universite de Paris, Universite d'l-Iaitig French I, II, III, Spanish I, Adviser to French Club Miss GLADYS L. NEERSEREAU B.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, M.A., New York University, Sorbonne at Paris, Girls Counselor, Adviser to Tri -Hi Club, Principal of Summer Sessions 1954 and 1956 Mr. EDGAR S. MULHOLLEN B.A., University of Pittsburgh M.A., New York University, Syracuse Universityg Administrative Assistant to Superintendent of Schools Mr. JOHN NEMIRE Keystone Jr. College, Pemisylvania State University, I-Iarpur College, B.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, Elementary Algebra, General Mathematics Mr. RUSSELL E. NORRIS Buffalo State Teachers' Collegeg Industrial Arts and Cabinetmaking Mis. MARJORIE L. O'HORA New York State Teachers College at Plattsburgg Typewriting Ng.. trio Mr. ACTON E. OSTLING S " A Ithaca College, Director of Music Department, Q Concert Band, Instrumental Lessons Mr. c, BURDETTE PARKHURST J 1 . , - ll it B.P.E., Springfield College, Physical Education U-E5 : T A gf Physical Education-George F. Johnson School, if V Football Trainer, Coach Track T 11 Miss ELIZABETH M. RASMUSSEN Mr. VITO N. POPELKA B.S., University of Notre Dame, Syracuse University Columbia University, Health, Guidance Cotmselor, Junior Varsity Football Coach, Junior Varsity Bas- ketball Coach Mrs. ANNE MARIE PROC B.A., New York State Teachers College at Albany, College Preparatory English B.A., New York State College for Teachers, English III Mr. JEFFERS D. RICHARDSON B.S., Syracuse University, New York State Teachers College at Albany, Business Law, Salesmanshi , P Adviser for Advertising in "Thesaurus" Mr. MACK RYSN B.A., Colgate University, M.A., Columbia Univ American History, American History and World Backgrounds, Adviser for Senior Announcements Mr. BRUCE SANFORD B.S., Ithaca College, Public Speaking, Drama, D ector of Senior Play ersity, ir- I2 Mr. DAVID E. ROBBINS B.A., Houghton College, M.A., Syracuse University, University of Illinois, Driver Training Education Mr. JOSEPH F. ROSSIE Syracuse University, New York State Teachers Col- lege at Cortland, New York State Teachers College at Oswego, Radio Electronics, Technical Electricity Miss ADONA R. SICK Bloomsburg State Teachers College, B.S., M.A., New York University, High School Library, Adviser to Library Club Mrs. DOROTHY L. SMITH B,S,, in Bug, Ed., Bryant College, M.S., New York State College for Teachers at Albany, Shorthand I, Office Practice, Coordinator of the Office Work, Experience Program sal Mr. RICHARD E. THOMAS B.S., East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, Biology Mr. EGBERT A. THURBER B.A., Hartwick, M.A., Albany State College for Teachers, American History, World History, Adviser to Key Club Mrs. MAUDE C. VARTULI B.S., Plattsburg State Teachers College, M.S. Syra- cuse University, I-lomemaking, Child Care, Sewing, Interior Decorating, Home 8cFamily Living, Adviser to Homemaking Club Mr. PATRICK T. VARTULI Supervisor of Attendance, B.A., Middlebury College M.A., Albany State Teachers College, Syracuse Uni versity, Buffalo University, Harpur College Mr. R. CRAWFORD STAI-IL B.M., M.A., Eastman School of Music of University of Rochester, Instrumental Music, Orchestra, March- ing Band, B Band Miss RUTH H. STONE B.S., M.S., Syracuse University, Homemaking, Ad- viser to Junior Red Cross Miss ANNA TRAINOR Plattsburg StatelTeachers College, Shorthand and Transcription Mr. FRANK UVANNI B.S., M.S., Syracuse University, University of Wis- consin, Supervisor of Speech Correction in Endicott Public Schools 3 Miss MAE E. VAUGHN B.A., Syracuse University, Hygiene I and II Mr. DOMINIC J. VERGONA B.S., New York State Teachers College at Oswego, Harpur College, Mechanical Drawing, General Shop, Driver Training 13 Miss E. A. VOGELGSANG B.A., Syracuse University, M.A., Columbia Uni- versity, College Preparatory English, Journalism, Adviser for Yearbook, Adviser for Zephyr, Adviser for Student: Page of the Sunday Press Mrs. ULRICA J. WOOD B.A., Cornell University, M.A., Syracuse University Stephen Austin College, Mansfield State Teachers College, Plane Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Nurses' Math, General Mathematics Mis. ALICE M. WOODARD B.S., New York State College for Teachers at Albany, Intermediate Algebra, Plane Geometry, Trigonometry Mr. JOHN M. WOODRUFF New York State Teachers College at Oswego, Techni- cal Mechanical Drawing, Technical Electrical Draw- ing, Advanced Blueprint Reading, Technical Club Adviser. Adviser for Yearbook Pictures Mr. CARL ZONIO B.A., Albany State Teachers College, Syracuse University, Italian and Spanish, Adviser to Italian, Spanish Clubs A school, or a circus, is only as good as its directors. We have taken pride in presenting our teachers, to whom goes the major credit for U-E and its achievements. 14 3 me I ' ' A , . IM .V I 'J I I ,A ' J si 2 'Dx BURT W. ADAMS Technical Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Hunting, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. JUDITH M. AKERS "Judy" Academic Course. Commercial Club 25 Leaders' Club 3,45 March- ing Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Orchestra 45 Glee Club 25 Basket- ball Intramurals 3,45 Softball Intramurals 3,45 Sports Day Baseball 3. HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. FRANK J. AMBROSE "Frank" Academic Course. Key Club 3,45 House of Representatives 3,45 Speaker of House 45 Thanksgiving Rally Club Committee 45 Choir 2. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. WILLIAM A. ANDERSON, Jr. "Bill" Academic Course. Football Band 2,3,45 Track 3,45 Band Award 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Science, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANTHONY J. ANNESE "Tony" Technical Course. Track 2,3,45 Cross-Country. FUTURE PLANS: College. FRANK J. ANNESE "Chick" Academic Course. Concert Band 2,35 Choir 2,3,45 Basketball JV 25 Football Band 25 Key Club 45 Thesaurus Staff 45 Senate 2,35 Sopho- more Class Presidentg Jtmior Class Vice President5 President of Student Council. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Stock Market. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANTONIO PAUL ANTENUCCI "Tony" Technical Course. FUTURE PLANS: Apprentice Toolmaker--I.B.M. GERALDINE L. AVERY "Gerry" Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Campaign Committee 3. HOBBIES: Music, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College, Airline School. IRMA BAGOLA Academic Course. Tri-I-Ii 3,45 Glee Club 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading. FUTURE PIANS: Ithaca College. A.LLAN L. BAKER "Al" Academic Course. Orchestra 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,3,45 Latin Club A 3,45 Track 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Cycling. FUTURE PLANS: College. 16 JAMES F. BALSLEY "Jim" Academic Course. Track 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Track, Skiing. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANGELA S. BARBARA "Angie" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4, Library Club President 25 Com- mercial Club 2g Modem Dance 4, Archery 4, Thesaurus Staff 4. Gregg Shorthand Merit Award. HOBBIES: Art, Swimming, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Canada Dry Bottling Company. DOROTHY M. BARNO "Dot" Secretarial Course. Leaders' Club 25 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Intramural Vol- leyball 2,35 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Choir 2,3. Noma Stenog- raphy Certificate. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial Work. GARY L. BASKER Technical Course. Track 2. HOBBIES: Swimming, Naval Reserve. IFUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy, College. f IDUANE M. BEAVAN Technical-Mechanical. Technical Club 2,3,4, Football Band 2,35 Concert Band 2,35 Two Years Music Award 3. HOBBIES: Music, Read ling, Stamps. FUTURE PLANS: Broome County Tech., Nyack, I.B.M. .ANNA MAE BEAVERS HL'ltt.I.6 Willis" ecretarial Course. Glee Club 2, 3 1125 Intramural Volleyball 2,33 tramural Basketball 23 Noma Shorthand Certificate 35 I.B.M. 4. OBBIES: Dancing, Writing, Archeology. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. RAVID E. BEEMAN "Dave" cademic Course. Spanish Club 3,45 Secretary-Treasurer 3. HOB- 31ES: Ham Radio, Electronics. FUTURE PLANS: College. ORRALNE M. BELL "Lor" iness Course. Tri-I-li 2,3,45 Commercial Club 2,35 Choir 2,3,45 tramural Volleyball 23 Intramural Soccer 25 Intramural Hockey 25 tramural Basketball 2. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Books. FUTURE LANS: College, I.B.M. 4:EVER1.Y N. BERLIN "Bev" iusiness Course. Tri-Hi Club 3. HOBBIES: Piano, Records, Dancing. FUTURE PIANS: I.B.M., Business School. B. BINKEWICZ "Bin-ku ademic Course Concert Band 2 3 4 Football Band 2 Jr Varsi f 5 , ' ' . ty lseball 2, Jr. varsity Football 3, llalsity Football 4, ofchema 2,a,4. z.OBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. I7 JAMES D. BLANCHARD "Jim" Industrial Arts. Choir 2,3. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading, Dancing. FUTURE PIANS: I.B.M. SUZANN C. BOIGEAL "Sue" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi 2,35 Glee Club 2,3. HOBBIES: Reading, Ice-skating. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. RICHARD A. BOSKET "Dick' Electrical Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army. BARBARA J. BOSLEY "Barb" Business Course. Thesaurus 25 Basketball Intramurals 2,3,45 Baseball Intramurals 2,3,45 Volleyball Intramurals 25 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Choir 253, 45 All -State Choir 3. HOBBIES: Sports, Dancing, Driving. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. JEANINE R. BOUTON Bookkeeping Course. House 45 Concert Band 2,35 Marching Band 2, 35 Choir 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Bank Position-Accountant. RAYMOND M. BOVIER "Ray" Academic Course. Choir 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. DONNA R. BOWEN General Course. Concert Band 2,35 Football Band 2,35 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Baseball 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Intramural Soccer 2,35 Intramural Hockey 35 Intramural Badminton 35 Intramural Track 2,35 Class Honoi Team in Baseball, Soccer, Hockey, Track 35 Tri-Hi 45 All Sports Playday-lst. for 75-yard dash 3. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Anton's Beauty School. MARILYN J. BRAIN "Mar" Pre -Nursing Course. Football Band 25 Concert Band 25 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Basketball Intramurals 2,3. HOBBIES: Records, Dancing, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College-Sayre Packer Hospital. MARY P. BRAZILL Business Course. Tri-Hi 2,35 Homemaking Club 2, Secretary 25 Glee Club 2,3. HOBBIES: Basketball, Bowling, Dancing. FUTURE PIANS: Nursing School. JACK BRENO 'Midge-I Academic Course. Basketball Jr. Var. 25 Golf 2,3,45 Cross-Country 2. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. 18 ROBERT J. BRHEL "Bob" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing, Conservation Work. FUTURE PLANS: Armed Forces. CRAIG W. BRIGGS "Frog" Academic Course. JV Football 25 Letters 25 Varsity Football 2,3,45 Letters 3,45 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Letters 3,45 JV Baseball 25 JV letters 25 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Letters 3,45 Member of House of Representatives 3,45 Junior Ring Committee 3. HOBBIES: Sports: FUTURE PLANS: College, U. S. Marines. RALPH B. BRIGGS "Bucky" Business Administration. Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Varsity Base- ball 4. HOBBIES: Sports, Sport Car Races, Sports Cars. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or College. MARK C. BROWN Academic Course. Track 2,3,45 Cross-Country 3,45 Key Club 3,45 Track Letters 3,45 Cross-Country Letters 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. SHARON L. BROWN "Dutch" Academic Course. Leaders' Club 25 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2, 3,45 Tri-Hi Swimming 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Archery5 Intramural Volleyball 2,35 Intramural Basketball 25 Intramural Badminton5 Intramural Soft- ball 25 Spanish Club 25 French Club 25 Creative Writing Club 25 Glee Club 2,4. HOBBIES: Church Work, Services. FUTURE PLANS: Lan- caster School of the Bible or Practical Bible Training. THOMAS C. BROWN "Tom" Academic Course. Key Club 3,45 JV Football 3. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Harpur College. WILLIAM C. BRUNNER "Bill" Academic Course. Cross-Country 2,3,45 Letters 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Letters 3,45 Technical Club 25 Spanish Club 4. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Theater Arts. FUTURE PIANS: College. ROBERT C. BURNS "Burnsey" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Basketball. FUTURE PLANS: State Forestry School or U. S. Marines. FAITH W. BURTON "Faith" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 35 Intra- mural Track Club 2. HOBBIES: Dancing, Collecting Records, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. MARGARET A. CAHILL "Marg" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 French Club 2, 3,45 Secretary 3,45 Intramural Soccer 2,35 Intramural Hockey 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 2,3 ,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Baseball 2,3,45 Thesaurus Staff 4. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. , 19 SHANNON M. T. CALLAGHAN "Shamrock" Business Course. Tri-I-Ii 2, Glee Club 2. HOBBIES: Swimming, Typing, Playing Accordian. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. ROSALIE T. CAMARDA "Toni" Commercial Course. Tri-I-Ii Club 2,4. HOBBIES: Traveling, Danc- ing, Records. FUTURE PLANS: Ridley's Business School. EDWARD J. CAMPBELL "Ed" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Hunting. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Marines. JACQUELINE A, CARTWRIGHT "Jackie" Art Course. Tri-I-Ii Club 3. HOBBIES: Drawing, Skating, Painting. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Art School. MARILYN L. CASE "Mare" Academic Course. Tri-I-Ii Club 3,43 French Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Quaestor 4, Leaders' Club 3,45 Glee Club 2, Thesaurus Staff 4, Intramural Volleyball 2,3,43 Intramural Soccer 3,45 Intramural Hockey 3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4g Intramural Badminton 3, 4, Intramural Softball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4, Modern Dance 2,3,4g First Award Girl's Intramurals 2, Second Award Girl's Intramurals 3, Delegate to Model U. N. Assembly. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Litera- ture. FUTURE PLANS: College. JO A. CASSELBERRY Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Library Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 2, President 2,3. HOBBIES: Music, Books, Church Work. FUTURE PLANS: Geneseo Teachers College. STEPHEN F. CENOVA Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or U. S. Navy. WAYNE R. CERINETTI "Moose" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Marines. RUTH CHADDOCK "Ruthie" Secretarial Course. Choir 2,3. HOBBIES: Music, Reading, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Ridley's Business School. CLAIR E. CHANDLER "Singer" Technical Course. Jr. Varsity Baseball 25 Jr. Varsity Football 2,3. HOBBIES: Sports, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: Harpur College or I.B.M. 20 DORIS N. CHARMA "Dor" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2. HOBBIES: Basketball, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. MARGARET A. CHESTER "Peggy" Commercial Course. Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 45 Baseball Intramur- al 2,35 Badminton Intramural 35 HOBBIES: Swimming. Reading, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M., Stewardess or Private Secretary. NANCY L. CHICONE "Nance" Academic Course. Italian Club 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 25 Tri- Hi 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 HOBBIES: Dancing, Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Lowell Business School LIANNE M. CHRISTINA "Chris" Choir 2,3,45 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 Leaders Club 2,3,45 Senate 45 Intramural Soccer 2,35 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Intramural Badminton 3,4. HOBBIES: Cheerleading, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. EDWARD S. CIECIORKA "Churk" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Model Ships, Maps, Reading. FU- TURE PLANS: Armv. RICHARD G. COCCI "Joe" General Course. Intramural Football 2. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Card Playing. FUTURE PLANS: College of U. S. Marine Corps. BEVERLY J . COLE "Bev" Nursing and Secretarial Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Cooking. FUTURE PIANS: Nursing School. ANTI-ION'Y COLONNA "Tony" Electronics Course. Intramural Football 25 Varsity Football 3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 HOBBIES: Sports, Electricity. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. CAROL J. CONKLIN Pre-Nursing Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 In- tramural Baseball 25 Thesaurus Staff 4. HOBBIES: Reading, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: School of Nursing. ANGELA B. CONTENTO "Ang" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2,35 Noma Certificate 3. FUTURE PIANS: I.B.M. 21 JACQUELINE A. CONTI "Jackie" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Leaders Club 2,35 French Club 35 Choir 2 ,3,45 Intramural Soccer 25 Intramural Volleyball 25 Intra- mural Badminton 35 Thesaurus Staff 45 Candidate for Football Queen. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Dancing SHARON M. COOK "Cookie" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,35 In- tramural Basketball 25 Intramural Baseball 2. HOBBIES: Music, Roller-skating. FUTURE PLANS: School of Nursing. PATRICIA A. COPP "Pat" General Course. Tri-I-Ii 45 Homemaking Club 4. HOBBIES: Baby- sitting, Reading, Movies. FUTURE PLANS: Maniage. BETTY M. COSLER Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 Commercial Club 4. HOBBIES: Reading, Swimming, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Marriage. JUANITA M. COVERT "Nita" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 45 Intra- mural Basketball 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 3. HOBBIES: Bowling, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. JUDITH A. CRAWFORD "Judy" Secretarial Course. HOBBIES: Secretarial work, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Marriage. ROSEMARY T. CROGAN "Ro" General Course. Intramural Basketball 2. HOBBIES: Dancing, Roller skating. FUTURE PLANS: Antone's Beauty Culture School. LOUIS A. CROSETTO "Lou" Electronics Course. Thesaurus Staff 45 HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College or Navy. MARLENE A. D'ALOISIO "Mar" General Course. Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 45 Choir 3,45 Thesaurus Staff 2. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Rading. FUTURE Pl.ANS: Business School or I.B.M. JAMES DALTON "Jim" Technical Course. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. 22 JAMES A, DAMATO "Jake" Business Coulse. HOBBIES: Basketball, Naval Reserve, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: Navy GLENN A. DAVIS General Business Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Cars, Races. FUTURE PIANS: U. S. Army. SHIRLEY A. DAVIS "Shirl" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 Homemaking Club 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. HOBBIES: Stockcar Races, Swimming, Skating. FUTURE PLANS: Cadre PATRICIA A. DELANEY "Pat" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3. HOBBIES: Drama, Music, Danc- ing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. MADELYN T. DELLOS "Midge" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Orches tra 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Candidate for Football Queen 4. HOBBIES: Music, Dancing, Sports. FUTURE PIANS: Modeling School in Binghamton. DOROTHY F. DEMKOVICH "Dot" Academic Course. Spanish Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Intramural Baseball 25 Tri-Hi Club Bowl- ing 2,35 Biology Honor Seminar 3. HOBBIES: Reading, Sports, Music FUTURE PLANS: Cortland or Albany State Teachers College. RONALD C. DEMKOVICI-I "Dinky" Technical Course. Golf 2,3,45 HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: R.P.l. College. ROBERT B. DENSMORE "Swabbie" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Hrmting. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy. RONALD J. DE VITA "Ron" Industrial Arts Course. FFA 4, Vice-President 4. HOBBIES: Cars, Hunting, Fishing SANDRA A. DIETER "Sandy" Academic Course. French Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 3,45 Glee Club 35 Choir 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Leaders Club 45 Delegate to Model U.N. 45 Yearbook Staff 4. HOBBIES: Swimming, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. 23 ROBERT J. DINGA "Dine" Technical Course. Tech Club 35 Junior Varsity Basketball 25 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Varsity Golf 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Penn State. MARK S. DITTRICH Academic Course. Key Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Spanish Club 45 Treas urer 45 Choir 25 House of Representatives 35 Senate 45 Cross-Country 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Senior Class Ring Committee 3. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROSE C. DIXSON "Rosie" General Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 35 Commercial Club 3,4. HOBBIES: Dancing, Bowling. SANDRA L. DOSTER "Sandy" Academic Course. Choir 45 Glee Club 2,35 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Thesaurus Staff 45 Red Cross 2. HOBBIES: Dancing, Swimming, Driving. FUTURE PLANS: Eastern Baptist College. DIXIE D. DOWNEY Secretarial Course. Commercial Club 45 Choir 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Music, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. ROBERT J. DRUM Industrial Arts. Choir 2,35 Bowling 2,3,45 Secretary 25 Football Band 35 JV Baseball 2. HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or U. S. Navy. ROBERT R. DRYER "Tiny" Industrial Arts Radio Course. Varsity Football 3,45 Track 2,3. HOB- BIES: Sports, Radio, TV, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Army or College. MARGARET DUFFEK "Margie" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 25 Commercial Club 45 Homeroom Representative 35 Noma Award 35 Candidate Football Queen. HOB- BIES: Dancing, Sports, Sewing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. STEPHEN DUFFEK "Steve" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Boats. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. ELIZABETH A. DUNHAM "Liz" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 Commercial Club 45 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Intramural Baseball 2. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College. 24 CATHERINE A. DUNN "Cathy" Secretarial Course. HOBBIES: Reading, Roller-Skating. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. ROGER I. DYER "Rog" Academic Course. Football 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 45 House of Representatives 25 Varsity Baseball 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Explorers, Indian Lore. FUTURE PLANS: University of Rochester Pre-Med, WILLIAM T. EDWARDS "Bill" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. IRVING L. ENGLISH "Irv" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Skating, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: Cortland State Teachers College. MICHAEL E. ENGLISH h "Mike" Academic Course. JV Basketball 25 JV Baseball 25 Varsity Basket- ball 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROGER L. EVANEK "P-Og" Academic Course. Intramural Basketball 45 Transfer from Owego Free Academy. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing, Baseball. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Air Force. DONALD T. FERRANTE "Don" Industrial Arts Course. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANGELO FERRO "Fox" Business Course. HOBBIES: Golf, I-Iunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M., Air Force. JOHN M. FIACCO "Jumbo'i Academic Course. Junior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Hunting. DONALD M. FIEHL "Don" Technical Course. JV Varsity Golf Team 35 JV Varsity Bowling Team 35 Varsity Bowling Team 45 I.B.M. Co-op. HOBBIES: Golf, Bowling, Billards. FUTURE PLANS: College. 25 KARLENE I. FIELD "Kif" Academic Course. Leaders' Club 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 Volleyball 2,3, 45 Basketball 2,3,45 Badminton 2,3,45 Softball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling, Swimming 2,3,45 Tumbling 25 Modern Dance 2,3. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. ELAINE L. FILLMAN Pre-Nursing Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 2,35 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 President 35 Thesaurus Staff 45 Intramural Baseball 35 Intramural Soccer 3. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Robert Packer School of Nursing. FRANK FINNIGAN "Finn" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. DOUGLAS W. FISH "Doug" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. ANNE M. FITCH Academic Course. French Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 2. HOBBIES: Art, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. WAYNE F. FLINT "S quint" Industrial Arts. HOBBIES: Sports, Cars, Music. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army. NICHOLAS A. FLORINI "Nick" Radio and Television Course. Cross-Country 2. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College or U. S. Navy. JAMES T. FOLEY "Jim" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M., Air Force. DONNA L. FORER Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Spanish Club 3. HOBBIES: Piano, Photography, Records. FUTURE PLANS: College. NINA M. FOTORNY Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Marching Band 2,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,45 Intramural Baseball 3, 45 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Spanish Club 45 Intramural Soccer 25 Biology Honor Seminar 3. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Potsdam State Teachers College. 26 EMT J. FRAIL "Hamm" Industrial Arts Course. HOBBIE'.S: Guns, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Armed Services. ROBERT D. FRANTZ "Bob" Agricultural Course. Future Farmers of America 2,3, President 3. HOBBIES: Auctioneering, Cattle Dealing, Farming. FUTURE PLANS: Delhi. . LORRAINE J. GABRIEL Homemaking Course. HOBBIES: Horseback Riding, Singing. BEATRICE L. GALE "Bea" Homemaking Course. Glee Club 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Dancing, Skating, Bowling. FUTURE PLANS: Store Work. WOODRUFF A. GAUL "Woody" Industrial Arts Course. Orchestra 25 Marching Band 25 Track 25 Var- sity Football 4. HOBBIES: Football, Hunting, Music. FUTURE PIANS: I.B.M. FRANCIS GAYDORUS "Frank" Academic Course. Football Band 23 Concert Band 25 Orchestra 2,3. HOBBIES: Cars, Golf, Bowling. FUTURE PLANS: College. SANDRA J. GLLASON "Sandy" Nursing Course. Homernaking Club 43 Senior Red Cross 43 Glee Club 2. HOBBIES: Dancing, Reading, Cooking. FUTURE PLANS: Work, School. CLYDE E. GOODWIN Academic Course. Biology Honor Seminar 25 French Club 3,45 Key Club 2,3,43 Key Club Play 35 Thesaurus Staff 4. HOBBIES: Reading, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY ELLEN A. GRAHAM Academic Course. Italian Club 2,35 Glee Club 2,3,4g Intramural Volleyball 2,3,43 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Baseball 2, 3,4. HOBBIES: Music, Foreign Languages, Sports. FUTURE PIANS: Cornell, Syracuse or Buffalo. PETER D. GRECI "Scratch" Electronics Course. HOBBIES: Amateur Radio, Hot Rods. 27 BEVERLY A. GREEN "Bev" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 3,4. HOBBIES: Swimming, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Broome Tech or Business School, MARLENE V. GUARNIERI ."Mar" Academic and Business Course. Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Tri-H1 253, 45 Commercial Club 4. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Dancing. MARGARET K. HALAS "Marge" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Club Bowling 25 Intra- mural Basketball 2. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: School of Nursing. - RICHARD L. I-IANEY "Dick" Academic Course. Key Club 2,3545 French Club 3,45 Co-Editor of French Club Paper 45 Biology Honor Seminar 25 House of Representa- tives 2. HOBBIES: Recordings, Science, Travel. FUTURE PLANS: College. PATRICIA A. HANLEY "Pat" Academic Course. Latin Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3545 Student Government 25 Cheerleader 3,45 Candidate for Football Queen 4. HOBBIES: Art, Swimming, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College. SHAREL M. HANNS Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Reading, Swim- ming. FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLIAM E. HANNUM "Bill" Academic Course. Choir5 Varsity Basketballg Key Club 4. HOBBIES: Basketball, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College. CAROL J. HARMAN Commercial Course. Choir 2,3,45 House of Representatives 25 Thesau ?.s General Staff5 Intramural Baseball 2,35 Intramural Basketball 35 '-Hi 4- In ri , tramual Volleyball 2. Noma Award for Stenographers 45 Candidate for Football Queen 4. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Art. FU- TURE PLANS: I.B.M. or School. ERNEST HARRINGTON "Ernie" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Horses, Guns. FUTURE PLANS: College. SUSAN HART "Sue" Commercial Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Music, Intramural Volley- ball 2,35 Leader: Club 2. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial Work. 28 KENNETH R. HARVEY ' "I-larpo" Industrial Arts Course. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy EUGENE A. HAWLEY "Pedro" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Hot Rods, Hunting. FUTURE PIANS: College. CAROL LYNNE HAYNES "Blondie" Commercial Course. HOBBIES: Sports, Dramatics. KATHLEEN A. I-IEIMGARTNER "Kathy" Academic Course. Football Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Badminton Intramurals 35 Modem Dance 25 Sectional All-State Orchestra 25 N.Y.S.S.M.A. Music Festival at Ithaca 2,3,45 Sectional All-State Band 35 All New York State Band 45 Two-Year Band Award 3. FUTURE PLANS: State Teachers College. ALMA R. HENDRICH Academic Course. Thesaurus General Staff 3,45 Thesaurus Art Staff 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Intramural Hockey 45 Intramural Volleyball 45 Orchestra 25 Intramural Badminton 3,45 Tri-I-Ii Archery 25 Sectional All-State Orchestra 2. HOBBIES: Reading, Walking, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: University of Colorado. CHARLES R. HENNEMAN "Charlie" Academic Course. Intramural Football 25 JV Football 35 Varsity Football 45 Intramural Baseball 25 Intramural Basketball 2. HOB- BIES: Swimming, Reading, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. IRENE I. HERLICA "Rene " Academic Course. HOBBIES: Music, Sports, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. MARTIN S. HERTEI. "Marty" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Magic, Astronomy. FUTURE PLANS: College, Broome Tech. ELIZABETH A. HIDOCK "Betty" Secretarial Course. Future Homemakers of America 45 President 45 HOBBIES: Music, Sewing, Skating. CHARLES L. HILL, Jr. "Lib" Academic Course. Italian Club 4. HOBBIES: Piano, Magic, Chem- istry. FUTURE PLANS: Curtis Music School to become a Concert Pianist. 29 ROBERT A. I-IINEY "Hinebuck" General Business Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Swimming, Agriculture. FUTURE PI.ANS: U. S. Army. VERNA M. HOLCOMB Business Course. Glee Club 2,3. HOBBIES: Music, Records. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. JOAN M. Ho1.ocHAK ' "Joni" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2,4. HOBBIES: Records, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Syracuse Beautician School. GAERRY R. HONNICK General Course. Football Band 2,3,4g Concert Band 2,3,4g Orchestra 45 Bowling 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy or Coast Guard. RICHARD HOPKO "Dick" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Sports. Varsity Baseball 3,43 Football Band 2. FUTURE PLANS: College. TIMOTHY P. HORAN "Tim" Academic Course. Orchestra 2,35 French Club 2. HOBBIES: Radio. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. HELEN E. HOSAY Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,43 Latin Club 3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2. HOBBIES: Swimming, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOHN S. HOTSKO Academic Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: College. DONALD M. HOWRILKA Technical Electronics Course. Track 33 Bowling 35 Junior Rotarian 4. HOBBIES: Water Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Lafayette or Union College, Navy. DOUGLAS S. HUFFCUT "Doug" Academic Course. Track 2,3,43 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 43 Junior Varsity Football 35 Varsity Football 4. HOB- BIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. 30 KENNETH HUNT "Ken" Electronics Course. HOBBIES: Cars, Radios. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Marines. ROBERT INCITTI "Bob" Academic Course. Marching Band 2,35 Choir 2,3,45 Band 2,3. HOB- BIES: Water Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. BERNARD J. IVAN "Spike" Academic Course. JV Basketball 25 Track 25 JV Football 25 Varsity Football 3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Student Advisory Council 3,4. HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: St. Bonaventure, Colgate or I.B.M. CA ROL J. JANTEY Academic Course. Football Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Italian Club 25 Glee Club 25 Intramurals 3,4. HOBBIES: Piano, Science Fiction Books, Shell Jewelry. FUTURE PLANS: Bucknell University. DOUGIAS A. JUECKSTOCK "Doug" Academic Course. Choir 3,45 Junior Red Cross 2. HOBBIES: Music, Electronics, Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: Nyack Missionary College. DENNIS B. KAGEL Academic Course. Technical Club 4. HOBBIES: Electronics, Photog- raphy. FUTURE PLANS: College. GRETCHEN E. KALB "Gret" Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,45 President 45 French Club 3,45 Vice President 45 House of Representatives 3,45 Secretary 3,45 Leaders' Club 3,45 Publicity Chairman 45 Latin Club 45 Concert Band 25 Foot- ball Band 25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Ring Committee 35 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Intra- mural Soccer 35 Delegate to Syracuse Citizenship Conference 3,45 Football Queen 4. HOBBIES: Reading, Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: V College. I MARY ANN KAMIN Academic Course. Latin Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 House of Representatives 45 Biology Honor Seminar 3. HOBBIES: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. DAVID P. KEMP "Dave" Electronics Course. Football 2,35 Junior Rotarian 4. HOBBIES: Radio, Television, Electronics. FUTURE PLANS: College. MICHAEL IGEREZMAN Technical Course. HOBBIES: Hunting. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. 31 GILBERT B. KERR "Gil" Academic Course. Key Club 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 JV Baseball 25 Varsity Football 4. HOBBIES: Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Cornell University. CAROL M. KING Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 French Club 35 Orchestra 2,35 March ing Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 All-State Sectional Band 3. HOB BIES: Records. FUTURE PLANS: Office Work. PHILIP B. KING "Benny" Commercial Course. HOBBIES: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. DONALD K. KJNTNER "Don" Academic Course. HOBBIES: Baseball, Basketball. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Air Force. FAY A. KNOWLES Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 2,35 Foot- ball Band 25 Concert Band 2. HOBBIES: Swimming, Water Skiing, Skating. FUTURE PLANS: College and I.B.M. MARIANNE K. KORBA Academic Course. Choir 2,3,45 Tri-I-Ii Club 2,45 Intramural Basket- ball 2,3,45 Intramural Badminton 2,3,45 Class Team QBasebal.lQ 4. HOBBIES: Water Sports, Dancing, Sports. FUTURE PIANS: College. SHEILA J. KRELLEN Academic Course. French Club 2,35 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Archery 25 Modem Dance5 Thesaurus Staff 4. HOBBIES: Art, Skiing. FUTURE PLANS: Comell or Syracuse University. GERAIDINE A. KURYLA "Gerry" Academic Course. Latin Club 45 Choir 2,3,45 Intramural Hockey 2, 35 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4. HOBBIES: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARYANN KUSHNER Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Biology Seminar 3. HOBBIES: Reading, Music. FUTURE PLANS: State Teacher's College. MARYANN LAYNO Academic Course. Tri-I-li Club 2,3,45 French Club 2. HOBBIES: Reading, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: Syracuse University or Albany State Teachers College. 32 KENNETH J. LENISH "Ken" Technical Course. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. IRMA L. LEUKHARDT "Irm" Secretarial Course. Glee Club 2,33 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Intramural Bad- mitton 2, Intramural Softball 3,4 5 Intramural Basketball 4 Com- mercial Club 43 Tri-Hi Bowling 3,4. HOBBIES: Music, Bowling, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: McLean's or I.B.M. IIROS ' ll ROSE LIBURDI ie Industrial Arts Course. Tri-I-li Z, Intramural Soccer 23 Hobbies: Draw- ing, Driving, Records. Future Plans: I.B.M. LLOYD R. LINDLOFF Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Outdoor sports, Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Construction Work. RUTH LIPPOLIS "Ruthy" General Course. Choir 2,3,4, Tri-Hi 2,3,4, Representative, Press, High School Page 4, Hobbies: Music. Sports. Reading: FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. MARILYN J. LITTLE Music Course. Concert Band 2,3,4, Football Band 3,4, Orchestra 2,3, 43 Italian Club 3, Sectional All-State Band 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Potsdam State Teachers' College or Ithaca Music College. DARRAGH L. LOCKWOOD Secretarial Course. Orchestra 2,33 Football Band 2, Concert Band 25 Choir'2 3- Tri-Hi 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Music. FUTURE PLANS I IlB.M. CAROL LOMBARD Secretarial Course. Homemaking Club 4. Hobbies: Dancing Skating. FUTURE PLANS: Practical Nursing School in Scranton, Pa. BETTY A. LORD Academic Course. Transfer from Butler Senior High School. FUTURE PLANS: Albany State Teachers College. PAUL M. LUCAS "Luke" Academic Course. French Club 3,45 Football Band 25 Choir 45 Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4g Varsity Volleyball 3,43 Thesaurus Staff 3 ,4 5 Varsity Letter, Track 4, Varsity Letter, Cross Country 2,3, 45 Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Travel. FUTURE PLANS: College. 33 SANDRA J. LUX "Sandy" Secretarial Course. Homemaking Club 4. Hobbies: Records, Read- ing, Riding. FUTURE PLANS: Work. VERONICA M. MACIOTOK "Vernie" Commercial Course. Commercial Club 45 Tri-Hi Club 45 Glee Club 2 ,35 Recognition of Merit for Shorthand. Hobbies: Jazz, Dancing, Writing. FUTURE PLANS: Business School. JEWEL M. MACKECKNIE Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 President35 Glee Club 2,35 Modern Dance 25 Badminton 25 Presidential Campaign Committee. Hobbies: Swinnning, Water Skiing, Music. FUTURE PLANS: University of Buffalo, Medical Secretary. MARY ANN V. MAKOWSKI "Mer" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 House of Representatives 35 In- tramurals 2,35 Tri-Hi Archery 35 Commercial Club 35 Glee Club 25 Senior Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Ice Skat- ing. FUTURE PLANS: College, Finishing School. PATRICIA L. MAKOWSKI "Pat" Industrial Arts Course. Tri-Hi Club 25 Glee Club 25 Choir 35 Intra- mural Baseball 253. Hobbies: Drawing, Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M, and I.B.M. School. SHARON C. NIANCHESTER Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 Glee Club 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Grace Downs Airline School. ROSEMARIE ANN MARCHETTI "Rose" Secretarial Course. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M, MEREDITH A. MARKLEY "Did-lie" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 French Club 3,45 Glee Club 25 Intramural Soccer 25 Modern Dance 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Alfred Tech. JOSEPH F. MARTINAK "Joe" Academic Course. Key Club 2,3,45 Treasurer 35 President 45 House 25 Senate 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 J.V. Football 1,25 Varsity Foot- ball 3,45 Co-Captain 45 Choir 2,3,45 Jr. Class President 35 Chair- man National Honor Society Committee 45 Boys State 19565 Bank President 1956. Hobbies5 Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College MARIE A. MARTINELLI Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Commercial Club 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. 34 PETER MARZOCCA Academic Course. Football Band Z,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Tennis. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARVIN F. MASTRANGELO "Marv" Technical Course. U.E. Band 3, U.E, Orchestra 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. NICHOLAS J. MATERESE "Nick" Technical Course. J.V. Baseball 23 Varsity Baseball 3,43 House of Representatives 2. JOHN J. MATOLA "Moe" Academic Course. Hobbies: Hunting. FUTURE PLANS: College. MAXINE S. MATSON Secretarial Course. Hobbies: Horses, Swimming, Dancing. DANIEL A MATTHEWS " Matt" Technical Cou.rse. J.V. Basketball 35 Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Broome Tech. BETTE MAXFIELD "Shorty" Academic Course. French Club 2,3, Hobbies: Teaching handicap- ped children, Horseback riding. FUTURE PLANS: Buffalo or Oswego College. JUDITI-I A. MAXIAN "Judy" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Modern Dance 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Syracuse University. LINDA MCB RIDE Business Course. Choir 2,3,45 Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Drawing, Babysitting. FUTURE PLANS: Accountant. KATHERINE A. MCCABE "Kathy" Commercial Course. Glee Club 2, Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 4. Hobbies: Reading, Swimming, FUTURE PLANS: Business School, I. B. M. 35 IRENE B. McCARTY "Enie" Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi 25 Intramural Basketball 2, 3,45 Intramural Baseball 2,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2. Hobbies: Reading, Children, Church. FUTURE PLANS: Genessee or Eastern Nazarene College. WILLIAM R. MCCONNON "Will" Academic Course. Hobbies: Drawing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S.Army. DAVID F. McDONALD "Mac" Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Bowling. FUTURE PLANS: Service. SHEILA L. McDONALD Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 I-lobbies: Painting. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. JUDITH A. McMAHON "Judy" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 C0-Captain 49 Intramural Soccer 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 2,35 Intramural Basketball 2,35 Intramural Badmitton 2,3, 45 Intramural Baseball 2,35 ,First Award Girls Intramural 35 Sports Day,Representative for Badmitton, First Place 2,3. Canidate Football Queen. Hobbies: Swimming, Music, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Junior College. PAUL E. MERSEREAU "Puddy" Academic Course. Class Officer 2,35 Senator 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Vice-President 45 French Club 3,45 Treasurer 45 Choir 2,35 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Thesaurus 45 Class Ring Committee 35 Represent- ative To Boys State 35 Syracuse University Citizenship Scholarship 3. Hobbies: Sports, Jazz. FUTURE PLANS: College. BARBARA J. MESSERSMITI-I "Barb" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 354. Noma Shorthand Certificate. Hobbies: Records, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. RONALD MEYERS "Ronnie" Electronics. Hobbies: Radio Repair Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy. JOANNE M. MICHAEL "Jo" Commercial Course. Tri-I'-Ii Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 25 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 3,45 Tri-I-li Bowling 25 Commercial Club 4. Noma Shorthand Certificate 3. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Cheer- leading. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. SHIRLEY A. MII-IOK Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 Glee Club 2. FUTUREPLANS: Secretarial Work I.B.M. 36 EILEEN W. MILLER Secretarial Course. Glee Club 25 Commercial Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 I.B.M. Co-op 45 Noma Shorthand and Typing Award 3. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Collecting Stuffed Animals. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. LE ROY J. MILLER "Bucky" Tech. Mech. Course. Marching Band 2 5 Technical Club 2. Hobbies: Sports, Model Hobbies, Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. School. VIVLAN E. MILLER "Viv' Secretarial Course. Commercial Club 45 Secretary 45 Intramural Basketball 35 Noma Shorthand and Typing Award 3. Hobbies: Read- ing, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. ROBERT M. MNAHONCAK "Bob" Technical Course. Technical Club 3,45 President 45 I.B.M. Co-op 4. Hobbies: Radios, Sports, Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. Electronic Apprentice. ANGELA MONACO Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2 5 House of Representatives 25 Senate 3,45 Class Secretary, Treasurer 25 Latin Club 3,45 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Orchestra 25 Intramural Volleyball 35 Assembly Committee 4- Candidate for Football Queen. Hobbies: Music, Literature. FUTURE PLANS: College. FRANK V. MONACO Industrial Arts, Choir 2,35 House of Representatives 45 Treasurer 4. Hobbies: Cars, Swimming, Popular Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Service. K ' EDWARD W. MOONEY "Bi1l" Technical Course. Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Waterskiing. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy. THOMAS J. MOONEY "Tom" General Course. Track 2,3,45 Cross Country 4. Hobbies: Track, Boats, Motors. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy PALMA T. MORIZIO "Theresa" Industrial Arts. Intramural Baseball 25 Glee Club 2,35 Tri-Hi 2. Hobbies: Drawing, Records. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Broome Tech. DONALD F. MORLEY "Moe" Academic Course. House of Representatives 4. Hobbies: Sports, Collecting Records. FUTURE PLANS: Colgate or St. Bonaventure College. 37 THOMAS E. MORROW "Tom" Academic Course. Orchestra 2,3,4, Concert Master 3,45 French Club 3,45 Co-Editor of Newspaper 45 Key Club 45 Cross Country 35 Intramural Basketball 45 Boy's State 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College. JULIA E. MURRAY "Julie" Pre-Nursing Course5 Tri-Hi 2,45 Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Volleyball 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. PATRICIA A. MURTARI "Patti" Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Senior Ring Committee 35 Thesaurus Staff 35 Tri-Hi Archery 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Reading, Travel. FUTURE PLANS: Psychiatric Nurse at Hartford, Conn. ANTHONY J. MUSA 5 "Tony" Academic Course. Football Varsity 2,3,45 Baseball Jr. Varsity 25 Baseball Varsity 3,45 Key Club 2,3,4. Hobbies: Water Skiing, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. GARY D. MYERS "Gair" Academic Course. Rotary International Representative 45 Jr. Ro- tarian. Hobbies: Stamps, Ancient History. FUTURE PLANS:A1bany State Teacher's College. DONNA DAY NABINGER Nursing Course. Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Leaders Club 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 253,45 Intramural Baseball 25 Hobbies: Stamps, Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. ANNA MARIA M. NAPOLITANO "Ann" Secretarial 8rBusiness Course. Intramurals 2,35 Track 25 Baseball 2,35 Basketball 25 2nd Place Track Field Day 3. Hobbies: Photo- graph, Modeling, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or G.E. DAVID R. NAYLOR "Dave" Academic Course. Concert Band 253,45 Football Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 25 French Club 35 Orchestra 2,3,45 All State Band Sectional 25 All State Band 3,4. Hobbies: Music, Collecting Records. FUTURE PLANS: College. RICHARD D. NEALY "Dick" Academic Course. Band 25 Choir 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 3,4. Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Albany State Teachers' College. BARBARA J. NEIRA "Barb" Nursing Course. Glee Club 25 Tri-Hi Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 45 Hobbies: Records, Dancing, FUTURE PLANS: Nursing Schoc-l,Bing- hamton State or Binghamton City Hospital. 38 ,Y THOMAS L. NESTOR "Tom" Academic Course. Latin Club 3,45 Aedile 35 Co-Consul 4, Key Club 3,43 Golf Team 3,4. Hobbies: Golf, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARGARET J. NICHOLS "Peg" Secretarial Course. Football Band 25 Concert Band 2, Orchestra 25 Commercial Club 4 5 Noma Certificate for Stenography 3. Hobbies: Music,Dancing, Skating. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. SANDRA NILES "Sandy" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Alfred Tech. MARILYN J. O'BRIEN "Mar" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi Club 25 Tri-Hi Bowling 29 Commercial Club 45 Treasurer 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music. BURTON L. OLIVER "Burt" Academic Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Baseball. FUTURE PLANS: Service. RONALD PALMER "Ron" Academic Course. Orchestra 25 Band 2,3,4g Hobbies: Sports, Mod- ern Jazz. FUTURE PLANS: College. THURSTON W. PALMER "Woody" Academic Course. Tech. Club 2. Hobbies: Art, Coin Collection. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or College. TERENCE D. PARSONS "Terry" Academic Course. Football Band 2,35 Concert Band 2,3,4g French Club 3,43 Delegate to Boys' State 3, Biology Honor Seminar 2. Hob- bies: Music, Science. FUTURE PLANS: University of Rochester. MARLENE J. PASTRICK "Mar" Academic Course. Hobbies: Records, Dancing. FUTURE PIANS: Cornell University. ROBERT C . PATCH "Bob" Technical Course. Track 3. Hobbi? Electronics, Aeronautics. FUTURE PLANS: College. 39 MARIO R. PAZZAGLINI Academic Course. Football Band 3,45 Concert Band 3,45 Biology Honor Seminar 3. Hobbies: Swimming, Reading, Coins. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANNETTE T. PELINO "Anita" Academic Course. Latin Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Thesaurus Staff 4. Hobbies: Reading, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College. LLOYD W. PERKINS Industrial Arts Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army or College. - MARCLA A. PERSONS "Marsh" Academic Course. Junior Red Cross 45 Tri-Hi 2,3,4. Hobbies: Ski- ing, Swimming, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: University of Kentucky. VICTOR PHZULLA "Vic" College Entrance Course. Jr. Varsity Football 35 Latin Club 4. Hob- bies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY ANN T. PEZZUTI "Mar" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4. Hobbies: Tennis, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Practical Nursing. DELORES A. PHILLIPS "Phil" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi 2,45 Leaders Club 2: Commercial Club 45 Intramural Basketball 2 5 Intramural 'Volleyball 25 Campaign Committee 3. Hobbies: Music. RICHARD B. PHILLIPS "Dick' Academic Course. French Club 2,3,4, President 45 Thesaurus Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 45 House of Representatives 35 Key Club 3,45 Sergeant at Arms 45 Key Club Play 35 Biology Honor Seminar 35 Representative to Boys' State 3. Hobbies: Music, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. ROBERT G, PHILLIPS "B0b" Business Course. Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Alfred School of Technology. GAII. S. PIATT Academic Course. Senate 25 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4, Secretary 25 French Club 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Intramural Basketball 35 Choir 3,45Glee Club 25 Candidate for Football Queen5 Thesaurus Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Music, FUTURE PLANS: College. 40 BRENDA S. PIPHER General Course. Glee Club 2,3,45 Latin Club 25 Noon Hour Basket- ball 2. Hobbies: Books, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Business. MARGARET M. PLAUMAN "Peggy" Academic Course. Latin Club Tribune 45 Leaders Club 2145 Intra- mural Basketball 25 Intramural Volleyball 25 Biology Seminar 2. Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. BERNARDINE J. POWELL "Bernie" Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,45 Thesaurus 45 Biology Honor Seminar 25 Lntramural Basketball 45 Intramural Badmiton 2,45 Tri-Hi Swim- ming 4. Hobbies: Sports, Swimming, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College. NORMA R. POZZI Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 25 Commer- cial Club 4 I-lobbies: Dancing, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. JOHN L. QUANNE l'5IeXl'I:Ix'gi::ailJER4urse. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Sports. FUTURE GEORGE QUON Academic Course. Intramural Football. Hobbies: Aviation, Arch- eology, Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: College. BEATRICE A. RANNEY "Bea" Academic Course. Marching Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Orches- tra 2,35 T:i-1-1: 2,3,45 Hobbies: Music. FUTUR1zP1.ANs.c011ege. JON REDOLPHY Technical Course. Intramural Basketball 2,45 Junior Varsity Basket- ball 2,35 Varsity Basketball 45 Junior Baseball 25 Varsity Baseball 2,45 Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. SHARRON S. REED Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Leaders Club 2,45 Glee Club 25 Intramural Volleyball 2,45 Intramural Basketball 25 Intramural Soft- ball 2. Hobbies. Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College--Bucknell or Syracuse. KARL A. REESTER Electric Course. Varsity Baseball 3,45 Technical Club 25Represen1g.. ative to Empire Boys' State 5 Junior Rotarian. Hobbies: Amateur Radio, Sports. Future Plans: College 41 RODNEY J. REINING "Rod" Academic Course. Football Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Orches- tra 4, Choir 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. RUTH S. REYNOLDS "Ruthie" General Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Modem Dance 3. Hobbies: Music, Dancing, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M, or Business School. ANDREW RIPIC JR. "Andy" Academic Course.,House of Representatives 45 Bowling 25 Junior Varsity Baseball 25 Varsity Baseball 3,45 Choir 2,3,4. I-lobbies: Swimming, Dancing, Singing. FUTURE PLANS: Cortland State Teachers College. ROBERT L. RITLINGER "Bob" Acadenuc Course. Varsity Golf 3,45 Varsity Bowling 3. Hobbies: Golf, Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Syracuse University. ELXWIN L. RIVENBURG "Hoppy" Agricultural Course. Hobbies: Fishing, Hunting. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANTOINETTE P. RIZZI "Toni" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 253,45 Spanish Club 35 NOMA Certificate for Shorthand. Hobbies: Records, Music. FUTUREPLANS: I.BM. RICHARD ROACH "Dick" General Course. J.V. Baseball 2. Hobbies: Sports, Traveling, Re- cords. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Navy. GAIL J. ROBERTS "Judy" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Leaders' Club 25 Modern Dance 2. Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,45 Intramural Softball 2,35 French Club 3,45 Thesaurus Staff 45 Orches- tra 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. MARTIN J. ROBERTS "Marty" Technical Course. Hobbies: Automobile Mechanics, Hunting, Fish- ing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. CLIFFORD L. ROBINSON "Cliff" Academic Course. Football Band 2,35 Concert Band 2,3,4. Hobbies: Cars, Automobile Mechanics. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. 42 GEORGE A. ROBINSON Academic Course. J-V Football 3, Bowling 2,3,4, President of Team 4. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Camping. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Marines. MARIE ROBINSON Business Course. Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Office Work. CAROL LOU ROMA "Rommie" Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Homemaking Club 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming, Popular Records. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician Schoolor Ridley's Secretarial School. JOHN A. ROMA Art Course. Choir 2,33 Yearbook Art Staff. Hobbies: Dancing, Drawing, Radio. FUTURE PLANS: Travel West. JOHN F. ROSE "Rosie" Academic Course. Intramural Football lg J-V Football 2, Varsity Football 3,43 Co-captain 4, Varsity Basketball 3,45 italian Club 3, 4. Hobbies: Sports, Cars. FUTURE PLANS: Xavier College. JOSEPH C. ROSE "Joe" Academic Course. Football Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Key Club 3,4. Hobbies: Music, Photography. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARILYN L. ROSE Academic Course. Tri-Hi 3,45 Latin Club 4, Intramural Basketball. 2, Glee Club 2,3,4, Representative to Girls State 3. Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. JACQUELINE A. ROSS "Jackie" Art Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Art, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Art School. HERMINA M. ROSSI "Minnie" Academic Course. Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Modeling. FUTURE PLANS: Conover School of Modeling. SEBASTIAN R. ROSSI "Sam" Academic Course. Hobbies: Cars,Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. 43 KATHRYN A. ROTELLA "Kitten Academic Course. Tri-I-li 2,3,4, "Thesaurus" General Staff 45 Intra- mural Track 3 5 Intramural Basketball 4. Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. NATALIE A. ROTONNO "Blondie" General Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,43 Homemaking Club 4, Italian Club 4. Hobbies: Dancing, Swimming. FUTURE PIANS: I.B.M. or Ridley's Secretarial School. SUE CAROL ROW'E "Susie" Music Course. Choir 2,3,45 Vocal Contest 3,4. Hobbies: Reading, Collecting Sheet Music, Piano. FUTURE PLANS: College SANDRA E. RUPERT "Sandy" Art Course. "Thesaurus" Art Staff 2,3,4. Hobbies: Art, Dancing, Driving. FUTURE PLANS: Buffalo State University, I.B.M. BARBARA RUSSELL "Barb" Art and Homemaking Course.Future Homemakers of America 2,'Vice President 3, President 4. Hobbies: Reading, Art, Cooking. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or Nursing. SANDRA M. RUSSELL "Sandy" Academic Course. Future Homemakers of America 3,4. Hobbies: Cooking,Reading, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. JOANNE P. SAFFORD Business Course. Glee Club 2,35 Red Cross 35 Future Homemakers of America 4. Hobbies: Sewing, Reading, Archery. FUTURE PLANS- Baptist Bible Seminary, I.B.M. - JOYCE E. SAFFORD Business Course. Red Cross 33 Future Homemakers of America 4. I-lobbies: Sewing, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: Baptist Bible Semi- nary, I.B.M. JO ANN SAMIANI "JO" Commercial Course. Tri-Hi 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Travel. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. PETER B. SARANCENO "PQSL"' Business Course. Jr. Varsity Basketball Manager 25 Varsity Basketball Manager 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Assistant Football Manager 2, Italian Club 2,3. Hobbies: Sports, Music, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Ithaca College, U,S. Air Force. 44 STEPHEN S. SAWICKI "Steve" Academic Course. Latin Club 3,45 Aedile 45 Key Club 2,3,45 The- saurus Staff 3. Hobbies: Reading, Sports, Sciences. FUTURE PLANS: Florida State University. CHARLOTTE D. SCHNELL "Char" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 2,3,45 Choir 35 Glee Club 25 Modern Dance 25 Jr. Red Cross 2,3,45 Presi- dent 45 Thesaurus Staff 4. Hobbies: Records, Sewing. FUTURE PLANS: Alfred State Tech. CAROLYN ANN SCHOONOVER Secretarial Course. Hobbies: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. IRENE SELANICH "I" Academic Course. Spanish Club 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Choir 2,3,45 Biology Honor Seminar 2. Hobbies: Music, Reading, Souvenirs. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. l N I FRANCES J. SELIGA "Fran" Academic Course. Intramural Basketball 2 5 Intramural Football 3. Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. JOHN J. SEMENTELLI "Sem" Business Administration Course. Italian Club 2. Hobbies: Chess, Football, Billards. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARGARET E. SEVKA "Margie" Academic Course. Biology Honor Seminar 25 Latin Club 3,45 Quaes- tor 3, Consul 45 Leaders Club 2,3,45 President 45 Syracuse Citizenship Conference 3,45 Athletic Advisory Board 3,45 Secretary 45 Glee Club 2,35 Choir 45 First Sports Award 25 Second Sports Award 35 Badminton Sports Day Doubles Winner 2,35 Candidate for Football Queen 45 Intramural Hockey, Soccor, Basketball, Volleyball, Soft- ball, Badminton 2,3,45 Modern Dance 2,3,45 Thesaurus Staff 45 House of Representatives 35 Senate 45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Hobbies: Reading, Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. CAROL J. SHATZ Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 25 Homemaking Club 45 Thesaurus Circulation Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports, Reading, Babysitting. FUTURE PLANS: Office Work, Bookkeeper. LINDA SHIRHALL "Linn" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 45 Commercial Club 45 President 45 Choir 2,35 Noma Secretarial Certificate 35 Noma Spelling Cer- tificate 45 Thesaurus Staff 4. Hobbies: Reading, Art, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. or College. BEVERLY J. SIM "Bev" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 House of Representatives 25 Thesaurus Staff 2,45 Hobbies: Music, Sewing, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. 45 ROBERT E. SMITHGALL "Smitty" Business Course. Intramural Basketball 2. Hobbies: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Valley Technical Institute. BEVERLY A. SQUIER "Bev' Academic Course. Tri-Hi 2. Hobbies: Dancing, Drawing, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. ROBERT J. STOKLAS "Stoke" Industrial Arts. Hobbies: Cars, Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Broome Tech. ALAN M. STORK "A1' Academic Engineering Course. Concert Band 3,45 Football Band 3,45 Drum Major 4. Hobbies: Sports, Scouts, Science. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOHN W. STOUT "Jack" Business Course. Hobbies: Sports. CARL R. SVERCEK "Kash" Academic Course. Intramural Football 1,2. Hobbies: Autos, Sports, Htuiting. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Air Force. MARIE A. SVOBODA Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,35 Commercial Club 4. Hobbies: Re- cords, Reading, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Work, then Business School. EARL R. SWINDLER Technical Course. Technical Club 2,3,4. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. ROSEMARY SZEDLOCK "Ro" Business Course. Tri-Hi 2,3,45 Commercial Club 3,45 Intramural Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, Representative 3, Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Piano, Writing, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M or Business School. GRETCHEN L. TALEN Pre-Nursing Course. FUTURE PLANS: Baptist Bible Seminary. 46 NICHOLAS A. TARCHA "Nick" College Entrance. Intramural Basketball 2,33 Intramural Football 23 Key Club Play 45 New York District Key Clubs 43 Thesaurus Staff 45 Phillips' Academy Summer Session Scholarship 23 J-V and Var- sity Letters 4. Hobbies: Science, Music. FUTURE PLANS: University of Cincinnati or Rochester. BRADFORD C. TERPAK "Brad" Academic Course. Varsity Football 45 Track 3,45 Track Letters 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. JANET Tl-IAYNE Academic Course. Hobbies: Sports. EDWARD S. THOMAS "MOU-SY" Industrial Arts. Hobbies: Cars, Skating. FUTURE PLANS: College or I.B.M. JOSEPH E. THOMPSON " Joe' Academic Course. Hobbies: Sports, Fishing, Speedboats. FUTURE PLANS: College. RICHARD M. TIBERI 5 "Dick" Technical Course. Hobbies: Records, Golf, Football. FUTURE PLANS College or I.B.M. LORETTA M. TIFFANY "Tiff" Business Course. Girls Intramurals 2,3543 Football Band 2,3,45 Con- cert Band 2,3,43 Orchestra 3,45 Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. TENNYSON M. TINGLEY "TEDDY" Industrial Arts. Hobbies: Hunting and Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Army. RICHARD TOMAN "DiCk" Technical Course. Technical Club 2,45 Hobbies: Bowling, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. VINCENT M. TURRIGIANO "Vi11C S" Business Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy. 47 TERRY UNDERWOOD Academic Course. Italian Club 2,35 Junior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3,4. Hobbies: Football, Basketball, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARILYN R. VAN INWEGEN General Course. Glee Club 2,3,4g Jtmior Red Cross. Hobbies: Collect ing postcards, Cooking, Baking. FUTURE PLANS: Work in a Store.- WAYNE C. VARGA "Va.rg" Technical Course. Hobbies: Hunting, Cars, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Navy. KATINA P. L. VEROUTIS "Sweetpea" Academic Course. Hobbies: Sports. Music, Dancing. FUTUREPLANS: I.B.M. KATHLEEN F. VICHICH ' "Kathy" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,43 Spanish Club 3,45 Vice-Presi- dent 4, Glee Club 2, Biology Honor Seminar 35 Intramural Basket- ball 2, Intramural Soccer 2,35 Intramural Hockey 2,35 Intramural Volleyball 2,3,45 Thesaurus General Staff 4. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing: Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, Md. SHIRLEY J. VI1.L "Shir11! Art and Homemaking Course. Tri-Hi Club 2 ,3,4. Hobbies: Roller- skating, Art, Driving. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. PETER M. VIVONA "Pete" Academic Course, J. V. Baseball, Varsity Baseball 5 Concert Band 2,3,45 Football Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,45 All State Band 43 Dance Band 2, Junior Rotarian 4. Hobbies: Music, Baseball, Pocket billiards. FUTURE PLANS: Music School. WILLLAM M. VOELKLE "Bill" Academic Course. Spanish Club 2,35 President 4. Hobbies: Photo- graphy. FUTURE PLANS: Albany State Teachers College. ANN VOVCHIK "Annie" General Business Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,45 Hobbies: Dancing, Music, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Business School, I.B.M. GARY B. WALKER Electronics Course. Technical Club 4. Hobbies: Science and Elect- ronics. FUTURE PLANS: I.B.M. 48 MARIE A. WAPLES Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Spanish Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2, 3,45 I-lobbies: Knitting, Golf, Music. FUTURE PLANS: Marywood College. ALTHEDA WATKINS "Al" Academic Course. Girls' Intramurals 2,3,45 Hockey Captain 45 Leaders' Club 2,3,45 Vice-President 45 Spanish Club 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Tri-Hi 45 Biology Honor Seminar 35 Intramural Award 1,25 Intramural Award II 35 Intramural Award III 4. Hobbies: Reading, Sports, FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLIAM C. WATKINS "Bill" Art Course. Choir 2,3,45 Hobbies: Painting, Bowling. FUTURE PLANS: College. GALE WEIKLE Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Junior Red Cross 2,3,45 Sec- retary 25 Intramural Soccer 4 5 Intramural Basketball 35 Intramural Baseball 35 Yearbook Staff 4. Hobbies: Sports,Reading,Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College or Nursing School. FREDERICK J. WEISS Technical Course. Track 3,45 Hobbies: Sports, Cars, FUTURE PLANS: College. JOANNE WESKO ." Jo" Academic Course. Glee Club 25 Choir 3,45 Latin Club 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2. Hobbies: Sports, Dancing, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARTHA H. WETJEN Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Choir 2. Hobbies: Swimming, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Harpur College. PRISCILLA C. WHEELER "Pris" Academic Course. Choir 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Club 25 Thesaurus Staff5 U.N. Model Assembly 35 Tri-Hi Bowling 35 House of Representatives. Hobbies: Music, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. LINDA M. WHITMAN Academic Course. House of Representatives 25 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 5 Inuamural Badminton 3,45 Orchestra 3, 45 Tri-Hi Archery 25 Modem Dance 25 Thesaurus Staff 2,3,45 Co- Editor 45 Biology Seminar 2. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Art. FUTURE PLANS: College. THOMAS J. WICKIZER "Sticker" Academic Course. Track 35 Cross-Country 2. Hobbies: Sports, Music. FUTURE PLANS: College. 49 N W. DEWAYNE WIESENMILLER Technical Course. Football Manager 3,45 Intramural Basketball 4, I-lobbies: Electronics, Reading, Driving. ROBERT R. WIGGINS "Bob" Academic Engineering Course. Intramural Football, J-V Football 2, Varsity Football 3,43 Track 2,3,4, Thesaurus Staff 4, Representative to Boys' State 3, Ford Industrial Arts Award. Hobbies: Photography, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Worcester. LEROY R. WILCE Art Course, Choir 2,3,4, Concert Band 25 lstprize Conservation Post- er. Hobbies: Enameling, Painting. FUTURE PLANS: College LEWIS A. WILKHNIS "Louis" Academic Course. Future Farmers of America 2,3. Hobbies: Boating, Swimming. FUTURE PLANS: I. B. M. VANDER E. WILSON "Van" Technical Course. Technical Club 2,3,4, Hobbies: Hot Rods, Radio, Aviation, FUTURE PLANS: Boeing Aircraft. OTIS J. WOLF "Oattie" Industrial Arts Course. Football Band 2,33 Concert Band 2,3,4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 25 Jr. Varsity Football 3, Hobbies: Sports, Hrmting, Fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Army or Air Force. JOHN D. WOLFE "Jack" Academic Course. Orchestra 2,3,43 Football Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,45 Key Club 45 Empire Boys' State 3, Junior Rotorian 45 Hobbies: Music, Reading, Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College BARBARA A. WOOD "Barb" Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4, Football Band 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Sectional All-State Orchestra 2,35 French Club 3,43 Music Awards: 2nd Place Ensemble 23 lst Place Ensemble 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College. DIETRICH WOOD "Deke" Academic Course. Hobbies: Models and Archery. EVERETT A. WOOD "Woody" Technical Course. Technical Club 2,3,45 Hobbies: Fishing, Model Buildings. FUTURE PLANS: College. 50 JUDITH E. WOOD "Judy" General Course. Glee Club 25 Hobbies: Music, Sewing. FUTURE PLANS: Work, Marriage. MARIEL G. YOUNG Commercial Course. House of Representatives 35 Glee Club 2, Choir 3,45 Tri-Hi Club 2,3,4, Tri-Hi Bowling 4, Class Ring Committee 3. Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: College. JEAN ANNE ZARZYNSKI "Zar" Secretarial Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Commercial Club 2,4g Ad- vertising Staff 2 3 Intramural Track Team, Hobbies: Music, Sports, Dancing. FUTURE PLANS: Business School or I.B.M. ELAINE A. ZIMMER Academic Course. Tri-Hi Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi Bowling 2,3,45 Home- room Representative 45 Badminton Intramurals 3 5 Spanish Club 3,45 Secretary 4, Biology Honor Seminar 23 Hobbies: Swimming, Bowling, Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College or Waves. JOSEPH ZVOLENSKY Academic Course. Transfer from Binghamton Central, Hobbies: Basketball, Hunting. FUTURE PLANS: Stflionaventure University. ,Richard Hamm lRobert Hiney Robert Howrilka Sharon Hughes Patricia Kress James Langevin Joyce Lawrence James Little James Mahool Judith McCarty Patricia McClark Marilyn Miller Ronald Naylor Aldo Nogaret June Nyschot Larry Page 0t6ez Seauhfw: Ramon Palazzo Willis Pembleton Edward Pittsley Patricia Queiser Sally Rice Rexford Ross Grace Russo Charles Talcott Gary Tator Gary Taylor Lucille Tedeschi Rebecca Traver Joyce Turner Thomas Varga Howard Weber Edwin Wyak 51 A lice Alderman Eugene Atwood Robert Avery Patricia Blossom Stewart Bowen Arthur Clark Winifred Dean Patrick Donovan Donald Dunnett Robert Every William Fairchild Robert Flang Joel Frey Beatrice Gale John Giammichele F1'aHCiS Giacovelle Fra nk Gigante 141: Wm and pkg LEFT: MAY THE BETTER MAN WIN! Joseph Martinak and Frank Annese are friendly rivals for school president. RIGHT: THEIR PROUDEST HOUR Senios march down the grand stand steps to take their places for grad- uation ceremony. MAN VS MACHINE Tony Annese proves that he has his serious moments. LEFT: WE CROWN THEE! John Rose and Joseph Mart- inak appear self-conscience as they crown Gretchen Kalb football queen. RIGHT: WATCH OUR FOR MR. WOODARD Richard Phillips and Clyde Goodwin believe the adage about all work and no play. 52 24. di 'te if E-f . -'ivsdrlli' , Him f' M.. v -.1. .um JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: John Barsosky-Secretary, Gerald Hamil- ton-Vice-President, Mary Lou Welsh-President, Robert Matolka-Treasurer. 54 O The coming attractions under the high school big top are the "Juniors," just back from training in our sophomore year we will provide thrills and chills and fun for everyone as we perform our feats. There are thrills when our football team with Jerry Harris, Dave Buran, and Jerry Hamilton make that decisive touchdowng and our cheerleaders, Mary Lou Welsh, Carol Roma, Charlotte Moran, and Betty Bilek cheer us on to victory, We all feel chills as we prepare for our final exams and have fun all year 'round as we go about our daily routine. STAIRS ARE FOR CONVERSATION Maureen O'Day, LaRaine Thuma, Stephen Cen- ova, Ronald Naylor, and Gloria Poui make fire hazards of themselves. JUNIOR JAM SESSION Forrest Greenslade, Richard Ostling, Mary Ann Fiacco, Patricia Weiss, Bruce Smith. AT PIANO Victor Burke, Jane Mallory. As the sophomore year was preparatory to the junior year, so is the junior year prepara- tory for the senior. It is during the junior year that all the a- bilities of the students are built, be they ath- letic, scholastic, musical or just plain leader- ship. It is these leaders, the members of the Stu- dent Council, the representatives to the Ath- letic Council, the active members in the vari- ous clubs, and most important of all, the jun- ior chosen school president, who will be the leaders in the center ring as "Seniors," SAY IT ISN'T SO Charlotte Moran and other rooters feel that the sun has turned dark. TELEPHONING IS A CO-OPERATIVE PROJECT Left to Right: Carol Maruca, John Merrill, Nicholas Di Paolo, Barbara Di Tommaso, David Gendle, Judith Hill. Q JUNIOR GENIUSES IN ACTION IN HISTORY CLASS STANDING: Mr. Clifford Crooks. FRONT, Left to Right: Mary Ann Signorelli, Theodore Vaughn, Robert Lord. REAR: Nilda Marx, Ronald Thompson. 55 FLUTE TRIO LEFT TO RIGHT: Charlene Chilson, Kay Mallory, Elaine Miller. 56 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS LH' T TO RIGHT: Joseph Battaglini-Vice President, Robert Dodge-President, Joseph Hosay-Secretary-Treasurer. The circus usually comes to town on a hot summer day and everyone looks for a thirst quencher. A circus, with all its side shows, midways, and other out-of -the-way corners, is one of the best places to get lost. In a similar manner, the new arrivals reach U-E's corridors, with an almost similar result-- they feel lost. It was a hot dry day in September when we arrived, so the first stop for many of us was the water fountain. When the bell rang for classes, the result was mass confusion. Every- one asked everyone else where the rooms were. Some peered at room numbers but most of them were just plain bewildered. THIS, STUDENTS, IS A SKULL! John Burns and Gail Brown, among others hang intent upon Mr. Richard Thomas' words. SOPHOMORE Tl-IESPIANS Angela Masucci, Palmira Battisti, andAnthony Frate do an impromptu dramatization. The ring leaders of our circus fthe sopho- more classj were elected by the performers fthat's us againj. Robert Dodge-President, Joe Battaglini and J oe Hosay-Vice-President and Secretary respectively. When we think of the performers being suspended because they missed their act, it reminds us of Mr. Woodard and detention, which truly seems to be a part of the sopho- more year. The circus performers usually look forward to the next town as a better and easier place to perform. As we daydream in our classes of the future, we look forward to an easier road a- head. This road to success will come only through hard work and perseverance on our part. This year's circus has given its last per- formance under the big top, but the sophomores are looking forward to a much better show in the future. ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE FURNACE ROOM A senior student, Sandra Dieter gives directions to lost sophomores: Wilma Friedli, GeraldGrassi, Kenna Eick, Patricia Wajenski. , T ,s P V Q5 , sf, ,I V ' E f . er I 1 K X-T af Q - . - s 'V' - .4- I' , rf.. , 4 V T55 If M -I' I - Vg? ' ' V , r - - X . A ' R K 523 HS. X N e my 1 , I p gf " 3 T V JUNIOR HIGH WAS NEVER LIKE THIS Lucille Ball, James Palenik, Thomas Crowley, and Carol Snow enjoy the intermission at the Christmas Formal. 57 it ff 7 ff- LEARNING IS A THIRSTY BUSINESS DRINKING: Micheal Borovicka. OTHERS: Re- becca Ball, Marilyn Hoag, Kenna Eick, Pat- ricia Wojenski, Thomas Miller, David McCam- mack, Alfred Vavra. l .MX ll .M K ONE OF I.IFE'S DIFFICULT DECISIONS After a morning of hard work, everything look: good. f 58 MOB SCENE AT HALF TIME Who said being a spectator doesn't develop the appetite? U-E'S BEST DRESSED I-IOMEROOM Mr. Kobylski's homeroom 216 demonstrating what the well-dressed student wears. ""352 35 nwffa f' W 1. ifmwg 2 b - I-af-f.. , 4 Para, A W 1' ,Y A 1 SEE THE PRETTY MICROBE! Craig Melville and Donna Forer find biology fascinating. 60 THIS IS AN "UNGOOD" SITUATION Dr. Joseph Kazlauskas holds forth to Donald Kintner, David Naylor, Judith Maxian, Gerald- ine Kuryla, Margaret Cahill, Joseph Zvolensky, Richard Phillips, John Fiacco, Thomas Mooney PHYSICS IS A SERIOUS BUSINESS Anthony Cerasaro, Nicholas Florini, Mr. Julius George, Elwin Rivenburg, Richard Crowell, and Mario Pauaglini await an imminent ex- plosion with outward composure. DO IT THIS WAY Morris Holden, Philip Hoagland, Robert Matolka, Charles Martelle and others study mechanical drawing under Mr. John Woodruff's expert in- struction. FIRST PROJECT-A HALLTREE Carl Darby, Harold McFall, Russell Campfield, Clifford Tuttle, and Theodore Babuka work in wood shop under the direction of Mr. Russell Norris. THE WORLD OF ELECTRONICS Louis Crosetto, Dewayne Wiesenmiller, David Kemp, and Dennis Kagel demonstrate their progress. 61 ART DOES PAY OFF Anne Fitch, Judith Bfyden, Alma Hendrich, Rita O'Nei1 were winners in the ster contest P0 sponsored by the Endicott Lions Club. Mr. Ed- ward Keedy is making the presentation of a- wards. 3 ART FOR ART'S SAKE SEATED: Phala Harper, Elvira Hammerbeck, Eugene Roma, Sharon Loeffer. STANDING: John Giammichele, Mrs. Esther Lainhart. Crafts Class works on enameling under the direction of Mrs. Esther Lainhart. WILT THOU? LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Johnson, Irving English, Winifred Dean, Bernadine Powell, Rosalieparn- arda, Peter Grecci, Peter Saraceno, Mr. Bruce Sanford, and Mary Ann Makowski. Mr. San- ford's Drama Class practices impromptu dramati- zations. SPELL ANTIDISESTABLISHMENTARIANISM , PLEASE! SEATED Linda Shirhall STANDING Fa : . : y Knowles, Joanne Michael, Rosemary Szedlock, Carol King. U-E's winners in the Noma Spell- ing contest sit for their portraits. REPRESENTATIVES TO GIRLS' AND BOYS' STATE FIRST ROW: Richard Phillips, Paul Mersereau, Marilyn Rose, Gretchen Kalb, Terence Parsons, Thomas Morrow. SECOND ROW: Robert Wig- gins, John Wolfe, Karl Reester, Joseph Martinak , .Q OH, TO BE PRIVATE SECRETARY TO A MILLIONAIRE! Catherine Dunn, Susan Hart, Dixie Downey, Elizabeth Dunham,Rebecca Traver, Margaret Du.ffek,Charlottte Schnell, and others pose in an unusual moment of repose in secretarial practice class. CONCENTRATION PERSONIFIED Anthony Colonna illustrates genius at work. HOORAY FOR CO-EDUCATION Martha Wetjen and Mark Brown find chemistry deeply engrossing. WHO SAID U-E STUDENTS DON'T WORK Mr. Richard K1ett's Strength of Material Class takes life seriously. YOUR HOMEWORK, OR ELSE! Miss Eleanor Vogelgsang menaces Jack Breno, Donald Kintner, Michael Eng- lish, Douglas Huffcut, and Leroy Miller with the war club that is a part of Room 110 tradition. I'VE GOT A TOTAL OF 21 POINTS ALREADY Mr. David Robbins lives dangerously instructing Ruth Reynolds, Gale Weikle, and Harry Dealarnan in driver train- ing. 5 X L. SIGNING YOUR LIFE AWAY Mrs. Genevieve Roberts checks George Burt's literacy. - E Q? fit , ii A .535-..,,,,oX 1!i7im!f2m1m-ifbn . DKWEE LN r....,.....,..---f f-5---- R, 1 6 1 .ms COUNSELORS' BRAIN TRUST Mrs. Julia Panasuk takes dictation from her three bosses: counselors Mr. Vito Popelka, Mr. PaulBradt, Miss Gladys Mersereau. UNEASY LIES THE HEAD! President Annese finds administration serious business. 1 all 3 Q , l 11,5 I si , ""!"+"5"T" 2, ,' ' HEY BOYS LET'S READ THIS ONE THAT WILL BE FORTY-FIVE MINUTES IN DETENTION Harry Dealaman vainly tries to impress Mrs. Wiggins and Mr. Woodard with the validitv of his excuse. THE NATURAL SUPERIORITY OF WOMEN Grace Kiegler supervises the activities of John Roma. WE'LL FIX YOU UP Left to right: Mr. Egbert Thurber, Mr. Eugene Camad- Dr. John Mallory and Miss Hermina Lesko are ready ella, Mr. Paul Maholchic hold a rendezvoux at the teacher's mailboxes. 66 for the day's supply of casualties and refugees from cruel teachers. Spamdzy cfwciilf STUDENT COUNCIL MENTORS Mr. C. Crooks, faculty adviser, and F. Annese, student president. HONOR SOCIETY COMNILTTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Mersereau, W. Fetsko, J. Martinak, C. Moran, L. Christina, M. Sevka, A. Monaco. --.M ..,. is U-E's Student Government during the 1956-57 season has accomplished many feats. Elected to serve from each homeroom were the thirty -two members of the House of Representatives, and elected from the three classes were twelve members of the Senate. The Senior class elected six mem- bers to the Senate, the Junior class elected four, and the Sophomore class elected two members. Highlight of the Student Govemment show for the year was the adoption of a banking system for the students to save for their graduating expenses. An- other feature of the year's program was an assem- bly, held for sophomores to acquaint them with the high school and its organizations. U-E's Student Government was well represented at the Southern Tier Conference held at Central in October. The U-E Reporter, which is a weekly news sheet was re- instated in each homeroom. Season basketball tickets were put on sale by the Student Govemment to offer to the students a discount on the admission to the 9 home games. U-E SENATORS FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Matolka, M. Sevka, A. Monaco, C. Moran, L. Chris- tina, J. Battaglini. SECOND ROW: W. Fetsko, G. Hamilton, J. Martinak, P. Merser- eau, M. Dittrich. 68 At Christmas time the group decorated the main entrance of the school building. To add to the spirit of Christmas the Student Government held its annual collection in the school for the needy families of our community. 'Ihe March of Dimes drive was conducted by the Senators of the Student Govern- ment. Presently the Student Govemment is organizing an Honor Society in the high school. With the help of the Assembly Committee, the Student Government has promoted better relations with other schools in the Triple Cities, by holding exchange assemblies. Record-hops were held for school dances as well as dances after basketball games for the first time. Thanks to MI. Crooks' help and understanding as adviser of the Student Government, they have been able to present to the Student Body of U-E a well rounded and interesting program. it CHRISTMAS DECORATING COMMITTEE LEFT TO RIGHT: A. Ripic, M. Whittemore, J. Good- fellow, J. Bouton. HOUSE IN ACTION FRONT, left to right: W. I-Iannum, M. Welsh. P. Weiss STANDING: F. Ambrose. SECOND ROW: G. Poni, A Peters, M. Fiacco, C. Ballute, T. Wheeler, P. Wheeler, D Morley. THIRD ROW: P. Lantz, J. Hosay, D. Knowles, K. Martin. FOURTH ROW: A. Ripic, J. Goodfellow, R Dodge, J. Barsosky, D. Panko, R. Bouton, J. Edwards. FIFTH ROW: M. Kamin, M. Whittemore. U-E HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Bidwell, A. Peters, D. Knowles, M. Matolka, G. Poui, P. Lantz, G. Kalb, J. Bouton, M. Kamin. SECOND ROW: M. Whittemore, M. Welsh, P. Weiss, P. Wheeler, M. Fiacco, F. Ambrose, C. Ballute, T. Wheeler, N. Frederick, K. Martin, E. Zimmer. THIRD ROW: J. Barsosky, R. Dodge, F. Monaco, C. Briggs, J. Edwards, J. Goodfellow, D. Morley, J. Hosay, W. Bouton, A. Ripic, R. Gibson. W FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Goodwin, P. Mersereau, M. Dittrick, J. Martinak, N. Tarcha, A. Musa. SECOND ROW: T. Nestor, A. Russell, A. DePau1o, M. Brown, F. Annese, W. Hannum, C. Parkhurst, T. Morrow, J. Wolfe, R. Ostling. THIRD ROW: M. Sheimen, C. Stemples, W. Bouton, W. Fetsko, F. Greenslade, T. Kemp, D. Mitch- ell, F. Ambrose, S. Sawicki. D. Allen. R. Matolka. J. Rose. Key Club, sponsored by Kiwanis lntemational, has about forty members. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, character, and citizenship. Key Club is primarily a service organization and this year has carried out such projects as selling football pro- grams, ushering, selling bookcovers, maintaining the basketball nameboards, and monitoring at fire drills. Besides these projects this year Key Club is going to exchange some Key Clubbers with a Canadian Club. The Key Clubbers will stay at a Canadian club for a week and the next week some Canadian Boys will come to Endicott to stay at the homes of the U.E. Key Clubbers. This year the officers are Joseph Martinak-President, Paul Mersereau-Vice President, Nicholas Tarcha-Secretary, Mark Dittrich-Treasurer, and Richard Phillips-Sergeant at Arms. Beside the club officers, David Allen is Chairman of the Achievement Award Committee for the state convention, Nicholas Tarcha is Chairman of Canadian Relati- ions and Chairman of the Kev Clubber Exchange for New York District Key Club. SERVICE WITH A SMILE LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Mersereau, Joseph Marfinak, and Nicholas Tarcha set upthe basketball scoreboard. KING FOR THE DAY "Joe" Martinak as bank president for a day with Charles F. Johnson and Earl L. Brown as advisers. 70 lam 66046 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: H. Hosay, M. Case, S. Sawicki, M. Sevka, T. Nestor, J. Mallory, M. Plaumann, E. I-Iammerbeck. SECOND ROW: M. Whittemore, G. Kuryla, A. Russin, V. Pezzulla, A. Baker, W. Fetsko, M. Rose, G. Kerr. THIRD ROW: K. Heimgartner, J. Wesko, M. Kamin, A. Pelino, M. Sterling, R. Sheerer, D. Allen, A. Monaco. P. I-Ianlev. The U.E. Latin Club under the direction of Miss Frederica Hollister has completed another successful year of activites. The club composed of third and fourth year Latin students elected as its officers this year: Consuls-Thomas Nestor, Margaret Sevka. Quaestor-Marilyn Case. Aediles-Steven Sawicki, Jane Mallory. Tribune-Margaret Plau- mann. The outstanding event of the year was the presentation of the play MIIDEA by the Alfred Tech Drama Club. Other activities included the annual picnic and the banquetiwith an original program on a Latin theme. Last year's hilarious sketch dealt with a reincarnation of Julius Caesar a la Bridie Murphy. The club also put on a bake sale to raise money. The club held meetings every two weeks and celebrated important Roman holidays with suitable festivities. The members have worked hard to make the club a success but they have also managed to have a good time by working together. HOW ABOUT BUYING A TICKET ? M. Whittemore and M. Kamin hang post- ers for the club's presentation of MEDEA. X ?'7',f ,-"I pw YJ NEMO ME IMIPUNE LACESSIT SEATED: T. Nestor, M. Sevka. STANDING: S. Sawicki, M. Case, E. Mallory, M. Plaumann. .gb ... ....i Q g y X it It if .',i, f :I xx .r sw .,..,. 1, I q . I xx am-X: .-, A E If 71 Fix is Q ,fe--M 1' . .,-qmfl .,,,, , . V .. .ef Q 4 , .. .fr .,.,.. . ,K f FRONT ROW, Left to Right: E. Fillman, S. Anz, M. Foglia, R. Naylor, C. Schnell, R. Wilson, J. Banko, S.Wig- gins. SECOND ROW: S. Stephenson, J. Wathier, B. Card, B. Cole, J. Kanabroski, D. Dula, M. Voorhees, D.Doty, S. Warters. U-E Junior Red Cross had many activities this year. Their major project was their annual Junior Red Cross Drive. Awards were made to the homerooms collecting the most money. The following homerooms were the win- ners and feasted on hot pie and coke: Sophomore-Room 20, Junior-Room 220, Senior-Rooms 202, 212. During the year, the group gave S100 to the Hungarian Relief Fund and sent a first aid chest to Europe. They also are planning to put on a play for the veterans at Bath Hospital. This year the Senior Council of the Junior Red Cross for Broome County was organized. Charlotte Schnell and Ga1eWeik1e were sent as representatives from U-E. if 4,4- IBGQQQ . gf! FRONT ROW, Left to Right: 1. Herlica, G. Baio, S. Lux, B. Weber, H. Sickler, E. Hidock, K. Kalb, S. Gleason, J. Safford, I. Saxton, L. Kucera. SECOND ROW: C. Shatz, V. Mix, M. Roosa, B. Bird, R. Allen, M. Petrak, S. Barnum, R. Camarda, K. Veroutis, S. Waldhoff, M. Evans, S. Russell, C. Lombard. THIRD ROW: J. Johnson, B. Hills, D. Selle, J. Safford, B. Hurst, S. Heffner, R. Lippolis, G. Kiegler, L. Panfili, C. Lane, J. Russell, S. Grif- fin, M. Ward, N. Rotunno, A. Marianni, S. Sturdevant. Learning to live better today in order that their lives and those of their families might be better tomorrow has been the goal of the busy Future Homemakers of America. With the help of another local high school chapter they have recently become state affiliated and under the guidance of Mrs. Maude Vartuli have chosen' club officers. Elizabeth Hidock, President, Shirley Davis, Vice-Pres- ident, Dorothea fKayj Kalb, Secretary, Sandra Gleason, Treasurer, Hilda Sickler, Parliamentarian: Barbara Web- er, Historian, and Joanne Safford, Recreation leader. The girls have held a successful bake sale and, during the Christmas season, earned money for their club by making and selling Christmas Corsages. They are looking forward to a Dinner-Dance. I.- ,. ..,,.., ,, ,.,, ,W 4. ' I FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Wallace, M. Cahill, R. Phillips, Miss J. Mealy, P. Mersereau, G. Kalb, B. Haddix, SECOND ROW: D. Hancock, C. Welsh, S. Dieter, M. Welsh, B. Wood, A. Fitch, N. Frederick, J. Phillips, M. Whittemore, P. Tinklepaugh, C. Goodwin. THIRD ROW: L. Thuma, M. Case, T. Wheeler, J. Mohney, G. Piatt, R. Haney, N. DePaulo, M. Fiacco, S. Standish, M. Markley, L. Travis, S. Reed. "Le Cercle Francais", the U.E. French Club, has met every two weeks under the able direction of Miss Janet Mealy, the faculty advisor, for the promotion of interest in French culture and activities for the students. The club had several speakers on French life during the year, composed a French paper, and sent a CARE food package to Indochina. They also planned their annual "Mardi Gras" Dance, spring inaugural banquet, and most important of all a weekend visit to Endicott by several French-speaking U.N. delegates. The officers elected by the club for this year are Richard Phillips, President, Gretchen Kalb, Vice-President, Margaret Cahill, Secretary, and Paul Mersereau, Treasurer. Q SEATED, left to right: K. Vichich, W. Voelkle, M. Dittrich, E. Zimmer. STANDING: N. I-Ioffer, N. Fotomey, M. Wetjen, D. Tupy, J. MacKeck.nie, H. Fuller, E. Ziobro, N. Blakesley. The Spanish Club under the staunch guidance of Mr. Carl Zonio has completed one of its most active years. The club produced a new paper, the "El Periodico" , and has acquired pen pals for its members. The study of Spanish culture and, of course, the annual picnic completed its agenda. The c1ub's officers are William Voelkle, President, Kathy Vichich, Vice-President, Mark Dittrich, Treasurer, and Elaine Zimmer, Secretary. 73 TRI-HI OFFICERS SEATED: Constance Ballute, Gretchen Kalb. STANDING: Jane Mallory, Mary Lou Welsh, Carol Vaughn. -.1-I PANCAKE BREAKFAST Delores Phillips, Margaret Mallory, and Kay Mallory pre- pare pancakes for a hungry horde. FOOTBALL QUEEN AND LADIES-IN- WAITING LEFT TO RIGHT: Christian Cannavino, Jacqueline Conti, Angela Monaco, Margaret Duffek, Margeret Sevka,Gail Piatt, Patricia Hanley, Kathleen Vich- ich, Carol Harmon, Madelyn Dellos, Judith McMahon, Elnina Luizzi, and Queen Gretchen Kalb. 5 74 'hc This year Tri-Hi Club, under the guidance of Miss Gladys Mersereau, has entered into its twenty- sixth year with an enrollment of over 300 members. d Its activities are many and widespread. As in th past, Tri-Hi has sponsored four big dancesg the Thanksgiving Dance, Christmas Formal, Valentine Dance and Spring Formal. Also, in the Christmas spirit, the girls collected toys to be sent to the Wyoming Conference Home and held a pancake breakfast to raise money to buy equipment for mentally retarded children. Two weekend trips to e N New York furnished pleasant educational and recre- ational experiences. We The Tri -Hi Carnival was put on, and as in the past, was a big success. Also an assembly program under the co-chairmanship of Nina Fotorny and Mariel Young was a success. Three new activities were added this past school year, the pancake breakfast, the play and the Mother and Daughter Banquet. The girls had an enjoyable time working together on these various projects. Worthy of mention also is the Tri-Hi Loan Fund which lends money to former members to further their education. 1-., 'H- 'N CHRISTMAS FORMAL Michael Hanley, Isabel Palmisano, David Scarpone and Rosalie Cicciarelli at the punch bowl. TRANSFORMHXIG THE GYM Margaret Cahill, Mary Cacciatore, Jane Mallory and Marie. Castrillo decorate for the Thanksgiving Dance. , X W is 'N X W is., MAY QUEEN AND COURT LEFT TO RIGHT: Christina Cannavino, Virginia Ingalls, Margaret Powell, Janet Edwards, Barbara Donovan, Kay LaGrange, Margaret Weiss, Sandra Brain, Louisa Mc- Connell, Brenda Comell, Carol Crosetto, Margaret Sochor, Patricia Eddy, Sharon Willis, Marilyn Gumble, Judith Theodore, Betsy Johns, JackGyles,Char1es Tarricone Robert Humphreys, Peter Saraceno,Art- hux Reigal, Kenneth Newcombe, Robert Dinga, Patrick Calleo, Paul Mersereau, Robert Butchko, John Rose, Vincent Petrolavich, Craig Briggs, Jack Bursch, Michael English. The Queen--Elnina Luini. 75 ...Q FRONT ROW, Left to Right: E. Miller, A. Yankowski, B. Green, V. Miller fSecretaryj, L. Shirhall fPresidentj, M. O'B1'ien QTreasu1'erj, M. Nichols, C. King. SECOND ROW: N. Pozzi, M. Svoboda, D. Dula, K. McCabe, B. Cosler, J. Kanabroski, C. Schoonover, C. Schnell, M. Duffek I. Leukhardt. THIRD ROW: M. Foglia, L. Weston, J. Zarzynski, J. Michael, J. Keener, D. Downey, P. Kizale, Martinelli, M. Robinson, C. Haynes, J. Button. U. E.'s Commercial Club is open to all students taking a commercial course. Its main purpose is to familiarize the members and others with the business life of our community. To achieve this, activities such as field trips to local business concerns, talks, panel discussions by business personnel, etc., are sponsored by the club, through their experienced advisor, Miss Ruth Kniskem. O in ,V X 'S f 4 1- ,di I if P- AW- , i . STANDING: D. Cannon, J. Glynn, S. Sakowski, W. Carmon, L. Bates. SEATED: J. Casselberry. Membership is the U-E Library Club is a rich and rewarding experience. This Club, under the guidance of Miss Adona Sick, librarian, includes students who can assume responsiblity, are helpful, willing, courteous, and are in- terested in library work. The work includes many activities, among them are circulation, book processing, inventory, and desk work. School letters are earned after two years in the club. A Christmas dinner was held at the home of the president. Other social events are being planned. One of the largest tasks this year has been the writing and adopting of a constitution. Each member gains a broad knowledge of books and leams to use the library facilities, but most important of all is satisfaction of bringing books and students together. Officers are: Jo Casselberry-President, Judy Glynn-Vice-President, Wanda Cannon-Secretary, and Dana Carmon Treasurer. 76 'TF x we . . ., . . tr. f' x X gtg., . ls.. lb 5348 rs. If 'P fs f I K.. .ai A ' K 6 Y fi rl ri as . . t V S? FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Kagel, G. Walker, L. Miller, R. Mnahoncak, T. Kemp, D. Wiesenmiller, W. Conklin, L. Wolf. SECOND ROW: D. Beavan, J Fedele, V. Burke, E. Wood, V. Wilson, J. Klockner, A. Vavra. THIRD ROW: F. Liana, H. Strusz, M. Ketchum, C. Gardner, T. Ayer, R. Mancini, J. Starr, E. Ehiicky. The Technical Club's aims are mainly to be of service to the school and better acquaint its members with their future work. The latter is done by going on field trips such as visits to the I.B.M. plants in Endicott and I.B.M. Laboratory on Glendale Drive. Films are also shown to acquaint members with technical work. The club maintains a maintenace crew which helps repair various equipment in the school.. lt also puts out the annual school calendar which tells students in advance of coming school holidays, teachers meetings andvarious other school activities. The President if Robert Mnahoncak, vice-president, Terry Kemp, and secretary-treasu.rer, LeRoy Miller. SW! IE B Q '. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Pitkin, P. Mersereau, M. Sevka, M. Cahill, R. Phillips, L. Whitman, R. Wiggins, K. Vichick, C. Goodman, A. Watkins, SECOND ROW: L. Crosetti, M. Stevens, P.Whee1er, N. Fredricks, A. Hendrick, J. Roberts, M. Kamin, A. Pelino, S. Dieter, C. Schnell, T. Wheeler, N. Whitman, M. Case, G. Piatt. THIRD ROW: W. Brunner, S. Krellen, A. Barbara, S. Doster, E. Fillman, R. Pero , N. Marx, B. Powell, J. Conti, C. Conklin, C. Welsh, K. Totella, N. Chicone, R. O'Neill. This is the staff responsible for the editorial part of your Thesaurus. Co-editors are Linda Whitman and Richard Phillips, advisor--Miss Eleanor Vogelgsang. 77 - f FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mary Ann Pezzuti, Jo Anne Michaels, Joan Holochak, Barbara Bosley, Marie Martinell SECOND ROW: Margaret Nichols, Barbara Russell, Jack Reed Benjamin King, Beverly Green, Veronica Maciotak. Under the capable direction of Miss Ruth Lawerence this group canvassed the school for subscriptions in order to make the 1957 Thesaurus a financial success. ll FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mr. Jeffers Richardson, advisor, Joan Holochak, Katina Veroutis, Loretta ifittany, Maxine Matson. BACK ROW: Vince Furrigiano, Patrick Donovan, Miles Reed, Douglas Fish, James Little, Louis Incith, John Sementelli. Jr. Mr. Jeffers Richardson's Retail Sales Class assumed full charge of the advertising campaign and, as always, did an excellent job. 78 f-hz 5:4504 STANDING: John Roma, William Watkins. SITTING, Left to Right: Leroy Wilce, Sandra Runert. Barbara Russell, Alma Hendrich. Patricia Hanley, Anne Fitch. The art staff, under the direction of Mrs. Esther Lainhart, are responsible for the fine art work represented on the divider pages and elsewhere throughout the yearbook. . LHTT ROW: Sharon Manchester, Joanne Keener, Alice Yankowski, Laurie Weston, Eileen Miller. In charge of typing all the material used in the yearbook is the typing staff, here pictured, which is under the direction of Miss Eleanor Vogelgsang and Mrs. Marjorie O'Hora. 79 S 1 2' PLEASE RETURN IN SEVEN DAYS JoAnn Casselberry of the Library Club checks out a book for Wanda Carrnon. . Af? i A TRIO OF QUEENS Christine Cannvaino--Football Queen '55, Gretchen Kalb--Football Queen '56, and Elnina Luiui--May Queen '56 share the dais. FEEDING OF THE MULTITUDE Members of Senior Room 202 and 112 reap the reward for the largest collection for Junior Red Cross. Facing the camera are James Blanchard, Joseph Thompson and John Rose. S5871 MODERN MIDASES Frank Ambrose, Frank Monaco, Gretchen Kalb, Mary Ann Kamin of the Student Coun ci1 count their money. ,-,Yi ,W ,,...,,,..........--fg-- X X K ' x , ,' ,ff X f xx lx. way. x K," 5 xx , A X , W X 4 x N 33' "f:1iffy,5i..f:f,7fi Q 'Xxx x X if , f-1' Xfl ,l I' HM' ,' l.' -1' 1 I ff I ',.,' My X, . 7' ,,.,A f '..?,f ' 21454 X XX .X ,x N dl-1541.1-I.-:..,? V ffmfz Under the di- rection of Ruth Hughes, the Cho ir has entertained the student body as well as many coin- inunity organiza- tions. They sang twice in Endicott'f anniversary week celebration. Also directed by Mrs. Ruth Hugh es, the Glee Club has been learning new music and increasing their repertoire. Zz-5 Allen, M., Annese, F., Anz, S., Avery, G., Baron, E., Basker, D., Bilek, B., Bell, L., Bosley, B., Bouton, J., Bouton, W., Bower, R., Bright, N., Brown, G., Cacialli,R., Christina, L., Ciotoli, D., Cole, C., Colvin, J., Conti, J., D'Adamo, G., D'Aloisio, M., Dellos, M., Dieter, S., DiTomrnaso B., Dodge, P., Doster, S., Dovxmey, D., Dunn, L., Fiacco, M., Fotorny, N., Friedli, W., Guarnieri, M., Hancock, D., Hanzalik, J., Holmes, P., Hosay, J., Incitti, R., Ivan, B., Jueckstock, D., Kalb, G., Kamin, M., Karl, I., Keener, J., Ketchum, M., Korba, M., Krum, K., Kuharsky, M., Kuryla, G., Kushner, M., Kuzma, D.. Linpolis, R., 5 .AX rfyi W., W , . A. yr' Bagola, I., Baldwin, D., Ballute , C., Basley,S., Barnum, S., Bates, L., Bell, D., Bidwell, B.,Braz- illa, A., Bressette, M., Brister, B., Brown, S., Brown, S., Buckler, C., Caciola, B., Caforio, N., Cannavino, G., Cerasaro, T., Chilson, C., Chaffee, D., Coles, K., Contento, A., Coppola., A., Dean, A., DePaolo, A., Diorio, P., Donovan, J., Driscoll, M., Duchoslav, D., Ellis, A., Evanitsky, J., Excell, M., Feheley, P., Ferrara, N., Fish, L., Frailey, J., Fuller, D., Furman, K., Gale, B., Garzo, B., Graham, M., Green, L., Gruesheck, G., Hughes, S., Johnston, Y., Jungling, V., Kohler, P., Kizale, P., Kope, S., Knowles, D., Kovarik, S., Krestalude, I. 82 1 Louden, M., Lockett, T., Lozzi, J., Lucas, P., Mallory, J., Manchester, R., Martinak, J., Marzocca, P., Maxfield, M., McBride, L., McDonald, S., McKeon, G., McMahon, J., Miller, E., Monaco, A., Mosher, J., Murtari, P., Mydlo, L., Nealy, R., Neira, L., O'Day, M., Page, J..Pero, R., Piatt, G., Pitkin, D., Race, R., Reisinger, G., Ripic, A., Ripic, P., Robble, G., Roma, C., Rowe, S. C., Scranton, L., Selanich, I., Sevka, M., Slutter, B. J., Smith, B., Solan, M., Surette, J., Tatusko L., Tinklepaugh, P., Topp, J., Watkins, C., Webb, P., Welsh, M. L., Wesko, J., Wheeler, J., Wheeler, P., Whittimore, M. A., Wilco, L., Wilson, R., Young, M. Larnerd, J., Loucks, C., Lovell, S., Malick, M., Mallory, K., Mariani, A., Mastrogiacomo, W., Meyers, M., Mix, V., Mahney, J., Mott, M., Musa, C., Nosal, J., Nystrom, C., O'Mal1ey, L., Palmisano, I., Peters, M., Peters, S., Petrak, M., Pipher, B., Powell, S., Powers, M., Pratt, C., ' Price, L., Rice, E., Richard, J., Rogacki, J., Rose, M., Safford, P., Saxton, I., Seltzer, M., Semo, M., Shemo, A. M., Sheppard, N., Smith, S., Snow, C., Sorensen, P., Standish, S., Thompson, E., Todini, S., Toft, H., Travis, G., Van Inwegen, M., Waldhoff, S., Walker, B., Weiland, A., Wheel- er, T., Whitley, C., Wilbur, B., Worobey, Y., Yacos, S., Ziobro, E. 83 They later pre- sented a Christmas program for the Rotary and Kiwanis Service Clubs. just recently the 118 member group pre- pared and delivered a one-act opera, and participated in an exchange as- sembly. The all -girl group has practiced such pieces as: "Blow, Gabriel, Blow", "Annie Laurie", and "Bubbles, Bangles, and Beads." , ,tg THE NEW LOOK Drum major, Alan Stork was flanked this year by two twirlers, Audrey Karl and De Anne Kuzma. This year's marching band again set the pace among Triple Citie high school bands. The 1956 season brought many changes including the addition of two championship twirlers, Audrey Karl and DeAnne Kuzma, who marched in front of the band with drum major, Alan Stork. Also, a snappier cadence, new entrance, more intricate form- ations and new dance routines were introduced. The band played for four home and three out-of-town football games, using a pre-game, and half-time pageant for each. 1351: s 4 T I was V The magic touch of circus showmanship was easily recognized in U-E's classy Marching Band. 84 gan! Using the S100 prize which they won for being the best school band in Endicott's Golden Jubilee Parade, the group joined with Three Thousand bandsmen in the area to present a mass spectacle at the halftime on Comell University's Band Day. The band also played for pep assemblies and parades throughout the year. This outstanding 91 -member unit was under the guiding genius of Mr. R. Crawford Stahl, assisted by Mr. Harrison Schmoll and Mr. Acton E. Ostling. THE STAI-ILOPI-IONE Mr. Crawford Stahl and Mr. Harrison Schmoll were aided in 1956 by a new electronic megaphone. Here are a few of the many formations that U-E fans looked forward to seeing on any Saturday during football season. 85 FLUTES: Blakeslee, Nancy, Bryden, Judith, Wood, Barbara, Fotorny,Nina,Chi1son, Charlene, Ma lory, Kay, Miller, Elaine, Weston, Laurie, Leiber, Karen, Bryden, Donna, Powers, Mary, O'Malle Karen, EB CLARINET: Parsons, Terence, BB CLARINETS: Mastrangelo, Marvin, Rose, Joseph, Binkewicz, Joseph, Bochnak, Stephen, Emerson, Beverly, Stephenson, Sharon, Hayes, Edward, Crowell, Richard, Sterling, Mary, Martinak, Joseph, DiPaola, Nicholas, Wheeler, Teri, Tribuzi, 1- Y: Dino, Tirfany, Loretta, Brown, Gail, Allen, Nancy, Mohney, Rita, Prebish, Sharon, Brooker, Mar- vin, Crawford, Aileen, ALTO CLARINET: Ranney, Beatrice, BASS CLARINETS: Welsh, Mary Lou, Whittemore, Mary Anne, BASSOON: Harding, Margaret, ALTO SAXOPHONES: Reining, Rodney, Andrews, Barbara, Mott, Mary, Tinkelpaugh, Kathleen, Swartz, Joan, TENOR SAXO- PHONES: Kvasnak, Michael, Beavan, Duane, Pahner, Ronald, BARITONE SAXOPHONES: Mart- in, Kay, Edwards, James, O At the close of the football season, the Concert Band members were selected from the Marching Band and the musicians who were unable to perform with the Marching Band. Thus was formed one of the most outstanding groups in the area. Its 91 members were under the baton of Mr. Acton E. Ostling, one of '7 band leaders in the state to be honored with rnembership in the American School Band Directors' Association. The most important event was the second all-U-E Band Concert, which was held on April 5. In a manner similar to last year's con- cert, which proved so successful, the band presented a program composed primarily of recent band publications. THE. CONCERT BAND IN REI-IEARSAL Mr. Ostling leads thc band in the first stages of develop- ing a new concert number. 86 Zane! Featured in the program were the drum section in a special novelty, and comet and trombone solos by David Naylor and Peter Vivona, who was the first bandsman ever to arrange the band accompaniment for his ownsolo. These two and Kathleen Heimgartner represented our school in the All New York State Band for which over 800 students tried out. This "cream of the crop" band rehearsed and presented a concert at Syracuse last winter. In addition, the Concert Band played concerts at several schools in the comrnunity, including a special con- cert for U-E students. CORNETS: Naylor, David, Boon, Kenneth, Ferris, Richard, Stemples, Charles, Borovicka,Michae1, Rogers, Stephen, Manocca, Peter, Johnson, Bruce, Nyschot, Joseph, Colvin, James, Anderson, William, Jodoin, Raymond, HORNS: Heimgartner, Kathleen, Allen, David, Houser, Elaine, Le- Baron, James, Kemp, Terry, Colley, Martha, Pazzaglini, Mario, OBOES: Manchester, Ruth, Ak- ers, Judith, TROMBONES: Vivona, Peter, Little, Marilyn, Baker, Alan, Goodfellow, Jack, Webb, Pearletta, Nemeth, Ronald, BARITONES: Ostling, Richard, Mitchell, David, Robble,'Gary, BASSES: Stratton, Ronald, Stork, Alan, Robinson, Clifford, Greeno, Charles, McCarty, Clarissa, STRING BASS: Jantey, Carol, PERCUSSION: Dyer, Roger, Wolfe, John, Honnick, Gaerry, Gi- gante, Frank, Mallory, Jane, TYMPANI: McConnell, Delos. THE "B" BAND PRACTICES The "B" Band, instructed by Mr. Stahl, is a preparatory group to the Concert Band. 87 CLARINETS: Rose, Joseph, Binkewicz, Joseph, Tiffany, Loretta, Whatman, Nancy, BASS- OONS: Blakeslee, Nancy, Harding, Margaret, SAXOPHONES: Reining, Rodney, Andrews, Barbara, Kvasnak, Michael, FRENCH HORNS: Allen, David, Le Baron, James, Kemp, Terry, Houser, Elaine, Colley, Martha, TRUMPETS: Naylor, David, Ferris, Richard, Boon, Kenneth, Stemples, Charles, Nyschot, Joseph, TROMBONES: Vivona, Peter, Little, Marilyn, Ostling, Richard, TUBA: Stratton, Ronald. The most important night in the year for orchestra members was May 17, when they combined with the Choir to presente Kurt WeLll's folk opera, "Down in the Va11ey." In addition, the orchestra alone played a program of standard and light concert pieces including: "El Re1icario" by Padilla "Ip!ugen1a in Aulio" overture by Gluck "Temptation" a Beguine by Treeu and Brown "Danse Macabre" Dy Saint-Saens featuring Thomas Morrow, concert-master "P1ayera" by Granados. a solo by Kathleen Heimgartner, principal cellist "Finlandia" the famous patriotic work by Sibelius P THE ORCHESTRA IN REI-IEARSAL Mr. Stahl leads the orchestra in preparing a sym- phonic work for the annual spring concert. 88 5 r I 5 VIOLINS: Morrow, Thomas, Mallory, Jane, Baker, Alan, Thuma, Laraine, Rought,Joyce, Nagle, Jack, Dellos, Madelyn, Krum, Kristin, Selnekovic, Mary Ann, Barnum, Sue, VIOLAS: Kalb, Gretchen, Crawford, Aileen, Mott, Marylea, Casey, Patricia, CELLOS: I-lcimgartner, Kathleen, Wood, Barbara, Selanich, Irene, Holmes, Patricia, Mallory, Kay, Ripic, Carol, BASSES: Jantey, Carol, Whitman, Linda, Edwards, James, Friedli, Wilma, llrlaick, James, McCarty, Clarissa, FLUTES: Bryden, Judith, Weston, Laurie, Fotorny, Nina, Miller, Elaine, Bryden, Donna, At a time many schools have eliminated string work from their curriculum, U-E continues to have one of the finest school orchestras in the area. Mr. R. Crawford Stahl has led this fifty-four member group in many activ- ities. The orchestra provided music for virtually all of our assemblies including a special performance at the senior honor assembly. Concerts were performed at various schools in Endicott. BEATING TI-IE RAP This drum class doesn't seem to have a "ruff" time perfecting their parts to concert pieces. A 89 -- ARION AWARD WINNERS CHOIR SOLOISTS The Kiwanis Club presented U.E.'s highest musical Sharon Anz, David Hancock, Sue Carol Rowe, awards to Virginia Ingalls fChoirj, Joseph Trpik Andrew Ripic, Lynn Dunn, Wlth 2CCOmpan1St Qbandj, and Marilyn Gumble forchestraj. Jane Mallory Left: N. AN OUTSTANDING TRIO David Naylor, Kathleen Heimgartner, and Peter Vivona were members of New York's All State Band in Syracuse Right: A CLEF-ER QUARTET Mrs. Callahan instructs Mari1ynLittle, Kathleen Heimgartner, Carol Coles, and Sue Carol Rowe in the mysteries of music theow. BANDSMEN EN MASSE The U.E. Band was one of 52 bands in this panoramic formation at Cornell's Band Day. 90 'wif LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Whittemore, Miss Mary L. Pitkin, Miss Mildred Calla- han, Mr. Harold "Ty" Cobb, Dr. William J. Krum, Jr., Gerald Hamilton, Mr. Julius George, Margaret Sevka, Bernard Ivan. Om -Qu? gmt 7464 1' an-1 FIRST ROW Left to Right: Michael Rotundi, Nicholas DiNLmzio, Harold "Ty" Cobb, C. Burdette Parkhurst. SECOND ROW: Harold S. Goodfellow, George Cardone, Maurice Hamilton, Vito Popelka. 92 wndtq? 5 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bradford Terpak, Robert Wiggins, Anthony Musa,Antno- ny Colonna, Joseph Martinak, Gerald Hamilton, William Macan, Jim Wolfe, Terry Underwood. SECOND ROW: Joseph Binkewicz, Craig Briggs, Carl Saddlernire, John Giammichele, Woodruff Gaul, Gerald Harris, Douglas Huffcut, John Beno. THIRD ROW: Bemard Ivan, Gilbert Herr, David Buran, Anthony Ciccarelli, John Fiacco, Charles Henneman, Richard Fritch, Robert Dodge. The Orange Tornado made this record in '56: U-E 19, Elmira Free Academy 209 U-E 6, North 6g U-E 21, Vestal 47g U-E 13, Johnson City 13: U-E 25, Utica Proctor '75 U-E 19, Elmira South Side 143 U-E 13, Ithaca 6g U-E 0, Binghamton Central 7. A record of three games won, three lost, and two tied gave U -E third place in the Southern Tier Conference. With very few veterans back, three on offense and four on defense, U-E improved each gameg and, except for the Vestal game, had a fine season, losing by very small scores to Elmira Free Academy fthe Sectional Champions! and Binghamton Central. Quarterback Craig Briggs was chosen most improved player of the year, and won a position on the Conference A11-Star Team. .fs -r . A Ei ' Q. , 1' 13 . fl - ff ' ' .fu ,,, 1 f ff!! y -.,Af 5 ' - f If ,Q f fm - Q Mgr. 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SECOND ROW: Joseph Nyschat, Richard Roosa, Anthony Frate, Robert Deuel, James Wolfe, William Gum- ble, Joseph Battaglini. THIRD ROW: Dewayne Wiesenmiller, William Beason, Craig Melville, William Antos, John Beno, Frank Patterson. Mr. Vito Popelka was coach of the small but valiant crew on the Jtuiior Varsity Football Squad this year. They bared their horns in battle with the Varsity squad in practice sessions and fur flew. Remember, you big, handsome hunks of Sophomores, the more on the squad the mightier. LIFE'S DARKEST HOUR WHO IS THE LUCKY GUY ON THE BOTTOM? 94 XE ' s 2 , KNEELING , Left to Right: Coach Harold Goodfellow "Barney", Craig Briggs, Robert Dinga, Michael English, Adrian Menechetti, Anthony Cerasaro, Patrick Donovan. STANDING: Jon Redolphy, Pat Palazzo, Robert Dryer, Joseph Martinak, Paul Mer- sereau, Douglas Huffcut, William I-Iannum. Faced with the chronic complaint of U.E. basketball teams, lack of height, the 1956-5'7 squad has done a ter- rific job wider Coach Goodfellow, justly deserving the title, "The Surprise Team" of the conference. Starting off the season, they upset favored, Central 64 to 56, which hadn't been done in many years. They continued on vying with North for first place right through the season. One score spot in the season was the Cortland sectionals. Though U.E. was beaten by Cortland, 60 to '72, and Ithaca, 61 to '73, it was mainly by the overwhelming number of fouls charged to them and used to advantage by the other teams. Scores as we go to press: U. E. 64, Binghamton Central 56g U. E. 56, North 635 U. E. 65, Johnson City 619 U. E. 52, Vestal 565 U. E. 58, Ithaca 50, U. E. '78, Owego 643 U. E. 61, Cortland 605 U. E. 50, Elmira South- side 49g U. E. 68, Norwich 46. +5- ? 4 Fighting on floor for ball: Michael English, No.23, Shooting with back to camera Patrick Donovan: follow- Robert Dinga, and to far left Patrick Donovan. ing up shot, Michael English. 95 N ,Ml WMMWWWZ ....- i STANDING Left to Right: M. Horan, D. McPherson, T. Linko, C. VanCampen and J. Romeo. KNEEL- ING: J. Goodfellow, J. Battaglini, W. Beason, T. Massis, C. Hills, and Coach, V. Popelka. The 1956-57 Junior Varisty Squad suffered an unfortunate season. Although they exhibited excellent spirit and sportsmanship under the fine tutelage of Coach, Vito Popelka, it was not enough to produce a winning record. U-E 38, Binghamton Central 535 U-E 52, Binghamton North 65, U-E, 39, Johnson City 543 U-E 64, Vestal Cent- ral 59, U-E 44, Ithaca 68, U-E 28, Owego 625 U-E 45, Binghamton Central 625 U-E 38, Elmira Southside ,523 U-E 45, Norwich 51. 6408 FIRST ROW Left to Right: J. George, W. Terry, V. Fiori, B. Terpak, G. Benjamin, C. Saddlemire, P. Calleo, T. Mooney, D. Piatt, D. Koban, W. Szachara. SECOND ROW: D. Huffcutt, F. Alessi, W. Brun- ner, A. Annese, G. Harris, J. Balsley, A. Stork, F. Hoffman, J. Skobern, D. Zevan. THIRD ROW: Coach, M. Rottmdi, J. Acton, T. Underwood, E. breno, D. Jueckstock, J. Allen, F. Weiss, W. Ander- son, W. Bouton, E. Pitsleyg Coach, J. George. FOURTH ROW: Coach, B. Parkhurst, J. Berry, P. Lucas, M. Dittrich, M. Brown, J. Conwicke, N.Tarcha, D. Howrilkag Coach, T. Conwicke. The 1956 Team had a fair season, with few returning lectermen. It won three of six team meets, over Ithaca and Johnson City in dual meets, and Johnson City in the Triple Cities Meet. Aa individual places, the Tigers had men in the Class A Section IV Meet at Vestal, the Sectional Meet at Corn ell, and the State Meet at West Point. The outstanding men on this year's team were William Terry, Douglas Koban, Thomas Mooney, Mark Ditt- rich, Anthony Annese, Vincent Fiori, Joel Conwicke, and Joseph Berr. 96 FIRST ROW, left to right: William Dunham, Gary Corder, Vincent Giordano Robert Brown, John Sed- lak, James Calvin, Carl Hackling, James Morris, James Warkle. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Fergu- son, William Brunner, Mark Dittrich, Captain Anthony Annese, Vin- cent Fiori, Mark Brown, Nicholas Tarcha, Paul Lucas, Mr. Theodore Conwicke. U-E's cross country team this year was the strongest in many years. Coach Theodore Conwicke and returning lettermen Anthony Annese, Vincent Fiori, Mark Dittrich, William Brunner, Paul Lucas, and Mark Brown had been waiting for this season for three years. Vestal had been state champions for the past two years, and U-E's big six had been awaiting their senior year when they felt they would be strong enough to beat Vestal. They did beat Vestal, for the first time since 1947 at the Triple Cities meet, and again at an unofficial contest at the state meet. Anthony Annese, captain of the team, had a fine season, winning five out of the seven races he ran, and setting five new records. The team won three out of six meets, a quadrangular meet with Cincinnatus, Windsor, and Greene Central, a dual meet with Ithacag the Triple Cities Meet. ' When Stewart Bowen and Robert Ritlinger, top flighters of '56, were lost to the squad through sickness and A moving respectively, U-E's chances didn't look so bright with the "maples". Because of these circumstances, how- ever, the field was left open for keen competitors to take their places. As a result, the squad, whose able president is George Robinson, is displaying lots of hustle and has beaten its major opponent, Johnson City, two to one in the opening match. As Vestal is growing stronger, the year promises to be an interesting one all around. FIRST ROW, left to right: Charles Brady, Nerton Bowen, Victor Van Vestrout, Mark Sheiman, Donald Panko, Jack Rosencrantz, Se- bastian Micalizzi. SEC- OND ROW: David Mc- Donald, Donald Howril- ka, Allen Stork, George Robinson, Charles Stem- ples, Donald Sandwick, John Barsosky. THIRD ROW: James Mahool, Gaerry Honnick, Robert Drum, Donald Fiehl, William Bouton, Richard Laszewski. FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Albert Noce, Wayne Redolphy. SEC- OND ROW: Karl Reester, Jon Redolphy, Peter Vi- vona, Anthony Musa, Richard Battista, Charles Muleski. THIRD ROW: Charles Talbott, Nicholas Materese, Craig Briggs, Arthur Reigal, Robert Butchko, Andrew Ripic. maitqgaaelall cam U-E's 1956 Baseball Team finished its season with a four won and eight lost record. One reason for this hot and cold season was that there were only two returning lettermen. The team did gain much experience which should get them off to a good start next year. North won the play off of a three way tie for first place, and took first place in the eastern half of the conference. U-E took fourth place. The scores were as follows: U-E 15 North 25 U-E lg El.nira South Side 115 U-E 135 Vestal 65 U-E lg Binghamton Central 55 U-E 45 Johnson City 35 U-E 35 Elmira Free Academy 135 U-E 45 Vesta5 35 U-E 25 Johnson City 45 U-E 55 Binghamton Central 65 Vestal 35 U-E 2g Johnson City 45 U-E 55 Binghamton Central 65 U-E 55 North 85 U-E 55 Ithaca lg U-E 3- Cortland 6. The Junior Varsity played hard, coming to the end of the season with a record of four wins and six losses. The Scores were: U-E 1, Cortland 85 U-E 1, Ithaca 35 U-E 15, North 15 U-E 4, Binghamton Central 25 U-E 7, Johnson City 125 U-E 9, Vestal 125 U-E 1, Johnson City 115 U-E 3, Binghamton Central 55 U-E 5, Vestal '75 U-E 2, North 5. Q. W. 'gcwelaid eam FRONT ROW, Left to Right: William Fetsko, Thomas Finko, David Buran, Edward Tomaski. SECOND ROW: Donald McPherson, Robert Duf- fek, Theodore Vaughn, Jack Nagle, Gerald Hamilton, Joseph Harmy THIRD ROW: Bruce ' Smith, John Wiley, Patrick Palazzo, Robert Dodge, Anthony Cic- ciarelli, William Macan, Coach Maurice Hamil- 12011. I 1' -5- . WK ' Q Wt in ,- Y, :iv STANDING: Jack Breno, Ronald Demkovich, Thom as Nestor. IN FRONT: Robert Ritlinger, Robert Dinga. The l956 edition of the U.E. golf machine again dominated area schools. Despite the passing of such giants as Ronald Terpak and Joseph Nestor, Coach Nicholas Di Nunzio brought forth another top notch five. Only a single loss at Ithaca High kept the all-junior team from finishing with another undefeated year. The team, however, gained its revenge in a dual meet here, and again in the Section 4 Tourney at I.B,M. They went on to represent the section in the N, Y.P,H,S,A, State meet and finished a good fourth, Juniors, Ronald Demkovich, Jack Breno, Edward Eckert, and Robert Dinga, all returned this Spring. The fifth member of the team, Junior, Robert Ritlinger, moved to Minnesota, but will no doubt be replaced by Thomas Nestor, following in the footsteps of his older brother, Joseph. The cheerleaders contributed a great deal to this year's strong school spirit, the best in several years. The four returning seniors included co -captains Pat Hanley and Judy McMahon, plus Gretchen Kalb and Gail Piatt, The four new faces added to this year's squad are juniors, Mary Lou Welsh, Charlotte Moran, Carol Roma, and Betty Bilek. The cheerleaders were loyally present at all varsity football and basketball games, and participated in all pep assemblies and rallies. The squad also helped to keep the school spirit tops by selling colorful orange and black shakers. Throughout the year they sponsored two dances to raise money for their annual picnic. All in all, Mr. Camadella can surely be proud of his girls! LEFT to RIGHT: Gail Piatt, Gretchen Kalb, Carol Roma, Judith Mc- Mahon, Mary Lou Welsh, Patricia Hanley, Char- lotte Moran, Elizabeth Bilek. 99 0 STARTING AT TOP OF U: Karlene Field, Alice Yankowski, Judy Akers, Lynn Dunn, Jo Ann Page, Marilyn Case, Gretchen Kalb, Patri- cia Mastroe, Margaret Sevka, Altheda Watkins, Joanne Keener, La Raine Thuma, Joyce Fuller, Joyce Rought, Margaret Plauman, Nancy Blake- sley, Lianne Christina, Nikki Stein. L LEADERS' CLUB OFFICERS LEFT to RIGHT: Joanne Keener, Treasurerg Altheda Wat- kins, Vice-Presidentg Margaret Sevka, President, Patricia Mastroe, Secretary, Gretchen Kalb. Publicitv Chairman. 100 .aa V g ., ,,, Leaders Club was organized in 1952 by Miss Madeline Burns and Mrs. Ruth Adarnek, girls' gym instructors. The purpose of Leaders Club is to train young girls to acquire skill and know- ledge in the various sports and to apply their leadership in gym classes. At the end of each school year, the club goes on an outing at a nearby lake, Last year the girls took an overnight trip to Sky Lake. WEST POINT, LOOK TO YOUR LAURELS LEFT to RIGHT: Alice Yankowski, Joanne Keener, Margaret Sevka, Marilyn Case, Char- lotte Moran and Nikki Stein. The girls have several means for raising the funds necessary for such an event, their suits, and for awards. One is to sell refreshments at the home football games. Another project is to sell sweatshirts with the U-E emblem. The special Leaders Club trophy is awarded by Miss Pitkin on graduation night to the senior girl considered the most outstanding member of Leaders Club. An annual event since 1956 is the Leaders Club assembly in which all the members partic- ipate. WINNING VOLLEYBALL TEAM Left to Right: Lst ROW: Mary Ann Kamin, Lianne Christina, captain, Mary Lou Welsh. 2nd ROW: Helen Bussa, Sharron Reed, Barbara DiTommaso, Daryl Doty. 3rd ROW: Jennie Greci, Maria Weimakowski, Mary DiVincenzo. ABSENT: Jan Gillette JUNIOR LEADERS' CLUB STARTING AT TOP OF "E": Carol Louchs, Joy Stratton, Sue Vaughn, Sandy Dieter, Muriel Sage, Joan Phillips, Nancy Hoffer, Virginia Ripic, Carol Ripic, Charlotte Moran, Anne Mar- getanski, Marilyn Ward, Connie Ballute, Bar- bara DiTommaso, Janet Nosal, Teri Wheeler, Jo Ann Evanitsky. LEADERS' LEADERS LEFT to RIGHT: Mrs. Ruth Adamek and Miss Irene Hef- fuer. 101 HOLD THAT POSE Altheda Watkins, Margaret Sevka, Nancy I-iankin, Alice Yankowski, Donna Bowen. WINNING SOFTBALL TEAM - INTRAMURALS Joanne Page, Dorothy Bamo, Martha Colley, Mary Ann Korba, Barbara Bosley, Donna Bowen, Karlene Field, Dorothy Dula, Tamara Iviiller, Gladys Decker, Irma Leukhardt. 102 HONOR SOCCER TEAM - INTRAMURALS FIRST ROW, Left to right: Sharon Wilson, Ann Margetanski, Margaret Sevka, Captain, Monya Kuharsky, Marilyn Case, Don.na Bowen, Elona Ziobro. SECOND: Joanne Kuner, Hope Fuller, Lynn Dunn, Loretta Tiffany, Nikki Stein, Alice Yankawski, Karleen Field, Altheda Watkins, La Raine Thuma. WINNERS OF DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP BADMINTON Judith McMahon, Dorothy Reynolds Mr. John I-Iafer of Syracuse University congra- tulates Craig Briggs upon being voted the Most Improved Football Player of the year. Harold "Ty" Cobb and Lyle Parke are interested spec- tat01'S. Bernard Ivan keeps a wary eye on his opponent as he runs with the ball. if Y Robert Dinga concentrates on a difficult shot. Anthony Cerasaro Qback to cameray is poised to help. - K 3 wwfiw K N Y I - - . 5. H ln r ,t-- ' '- 75 sw 2 Vs - ,e'- .. ,L P L 'f I 'i Ez, ' 'z 9. - 4' H ' ' , v 'T . vi ' 43, , am. . 1, f .fo 5: If, P P -if - .f S 103 W' ' y I I, A. Puzzle - Who Got The Ball? Mike English and Patrick Palazzo flight suitsj struggle against North for possession of the ball. wzaJtqW FRONT, left to right: Edward Hayes, Richard Ferris, Fred Weiss, Edward Eckert, De- wayne Mclean, Edward Pittsley. REAR: James Wolfe, Gilbert Kerr, Craig Melville, Richard Laszewski, Dewayne Wiesenmiller, James Benjamin. Although their record this year was not the best that it has been in former years, the Volleyball team repre sented U-E with good sportsmanship, determination and a desire to win in all the games in which they partici- pared. 71640 ?aodall Q- ' LEFT TO RIGHT: Gerald Hamilton and David Buran, newly elected co-captains, are congratulated by Coach Tv Cobb and last season's co-captains, John Rose and Joseph Martinak. 104 ZZ-Z Sade Shaw O I gf X- 'Q' glances ' The following members of the Class of '57 have maintained averages of at least 87010 during their high school careers: Baker, A. Kerr, G. Phillips, R. Barno, D. King, C. Plaumann, M Brown, T. Korba, M. Reester, K. Bouton, I. Krellen, S. Rizzi, A. Case, M. Kuryla, G. Rose, J. Conti, I. Lockwood, D. Rose, M. Dieter, S. Markley, M. Rupert, S. Dittrich, M. Martinak, I. Sawicki, S. Downey, D. Marzocca, P. Selanich, I. Finnegan, F. Maxian, I. Sevka, M. Fotorny, N. Mersereau, P. Shirhall, L. Frey, J. Michael, I. Stork, A. Goodwin, C. Miller, E. Tarcha, N. Graham, M. Miller, L. Talen, G. Haney, R. Miller, V. Vichich, K. Hanley, P. Monaco, A. Voelkle, W. Harman, C. Morrow, T. Watkins, A. Heimgartner, K. Myers, G. Wetjen, M. Hendrich, A. Nealy, R. Wheeler, P. Hopko, R. Nestor, T. Whitman, L. Hosay, H. Niles, S. Wolfe, I. Hotsko, J. Parsons, T. Wood, B. Howrilka, D. Pazzaglini, M. Zimmer, E. Kalb, G. Pelino, A. Kamin, M. Pembleton, W. fx DELEGATES to SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY CITIZENSHIP CONFERENCE FIRST ROW: Jane Mallory, Margaret Sevka, Cret- chen Kalb, David Allen, SECOND ROW: Mary Lou Welsh, Paul Mersereau, Mark Dittrich, Gerald Hamilton. These Seniors and Juniors were chosen by the faculty to represent Union-Endicott at Syracuse where they competed against students from all over the state. U-E BRAIN TRUST STANDING: Thomas Morrow, Terence Parson, Tho mas Nestor. SEATED: Dorothy Barno, Richard Han ey. These five students have maintained the highest averages in the class of '57 and will represent their class as speakers at commencement. 7 WE LIKE IKE! LaRaine Thmna, Vera Jungling, Teri Wheeler, Manya Kuharsky, Sandra Dieter, and Connie Ballut, beautify the Eisenhower-Nixon Band- wagon. 108 FRIENDLY ENEMIES! Thomas Brown and David Allen speak out for their presidential candidates. ow.,,,.. nmvvii 5, I rf SOPHOMORE SQUARES! Charlene Chilson, Theresa Cerasaro, Ann Shemo, Margaret Sevo and Nancy 'Nhatman show that music can be dignified. HE FLIES THROUGH THE AIR! Scene at the Central game. Joe Martinak is the U-E player off the ground. BUTTERFINGERS! Bernie Ivan finds it difficult to keep possession of the ball at the Central game. U-E's ROGER BANNISTER Tony Annese shows the running from that help ed him break track records. 109 I s DRIBBLING TEACHES COORDINATION! Teri Wheeler, Vera Jungling, Barbara Slutter, Manya Kuharsky, Rosalie Camarda, Mary Alice Driscoll, Dianna Poulos, Marcella Allen, Nina Fortorny perform in gym class. LEADERS' CLUB FANTASY Joanne Evanitsky, Karlene Field, Carol Ripic and Barbara Di Tom- maso get ready for the Leaders' Club assembly program. MARCH OF TI-H3 WOODEN SOIIDERS Nikki Stein, Alice Yankowski, Charlotte Moran, Joanne Keener, Margaret Sevka and Marilyn Case have difficulty obeying "Eyes Left". EIN!! 3H.LBlfU5 0 IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE! Altheda Watkins receives first prize from Mrs. Ruth Adamek for her exhibit at Open House. Miss Irene Heffner is an interested onlooker. J SEW A FINE SEAM queline Larnard cooperate on a sewing project. READ ALL THE LATEST NEWS Joan Cimoama, Nicholas Tarcha, Robin Sheer- er, Judy Peet, Sharon Wiggins congregate at the bulletin board. Barbara Russell, Mary Brazill, Jac- RENDEZVOUS INFORMATION DESK Terry Underwood and Ralph Briggs seek information from James Blanchard at the information desk. ,.,J A U-E STUDENT NEEDS LOTS OF BRAIN FOOD Mr. Clarence Berry runs the cash register for the noonday rush at the cafeteria. mu ew M ' I , "?'QNiwL:-fibsge 1- f, WH., X ,, MM A .NA - Mwmk Wi-axihl ,N V' xx S-Q Qfggfg 1' M WATCHING A GAME IS HUNGRY WORK Spectators at a football game stoke up between halves at the Leaders' Club Con- cession. U r TRI-I-II CHRISTMAS FORMAL Mark Dittrich, Kathy Vichich, Dick Kosalek, Joan Koon, Robert Sim and Beverly Bidwell Qin foregroundj dance to the strains of Hal Powe1l's Orchestra. Dr. Joseph Kazlauskas plays Santa Claus to faculty children at the annual Christ- mas Party staged by the Child Care Class. Note Mr. Bruce Ellis' bemused expression. Is it ossible he no longer believe in San- I P ta Claus? iw.. LEADERS' CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY Gretchen Kalb, Sandra Dieter, Judy Akers, Altheda Watkins, Margaret Sevka, Lianne Christina, Marilyn Case, Margaret Plau- mann, and Karlene Field gather around the festive board. ll LOOK WHAT THE MAILMAN BROUGHT US! Miss Jessie Brainerd and Mrs. Harriett Crooks of the office staff sort the morn- ing mail. GOOD-BY AND GOOD LUCK Wendell Gilro U E's man about school Y ' f bids farewell to, Mr. George "Spud" For- bes, who retired last June. 114 ARE YOU SURE YOU'RE SICK? Mr. Patrick Vartuli, attendance super- visor, checks on the daily absence list SI-lE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN Actors in the Key Club annual melodrama: STANDING, left to right: Mark Dittrich, Steven Sawicki, Thomas Morrow, Forest Greenslade. SEATED: Charles Parkhurst, Mark Brown, Nicholas Tarcha, Gilbert Kerr. ON FLOOR: John Barsosky. JUNIOR RING COMMITTEE SITTING: Daryl Doty, Joanne Page, Barbara Paine, Nancy Fredericks, Ro- berta Cacialli, Mary Lou Welsh, Judith Hill. STANDING: Patrick Palazzo, Geo- rge Stone, Nicholas De Paulo, William Fetsko, Charles Parkhurst, John Barsosky. LFn6rDER'S CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY Left to Right, FIRST ROW: Sandra Die- ter, Janet Nosal, Altheda Watkins, Nikki Stein, Joanne Keener, Teri Wheeler. 2nd ROW: Marilyn Case, Carol Loucks, Mari- ilyn Ward, Margaret Sevka, Judith Akers, Margaret Plaumann, Lynn Dunn, Alice Yankowski. 3rd ROW: Rosalie Haven, La- LaRaine Thuma, Gretchen Kalb, Pamela Mastroe, Joyce Rought. 4th ROW: Nan- cy Hoffer, Joan Phillips, Barbara DiTom- maso, JoAnn Evanitsky, Anne Margetanski Lianne Christina, Sue Vaughn, Charlotte Moran, JoAnn Page, Joyce Fuller, Karlene Field, Muriel Sage. J TEACHERS ' ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR- N SHIP Anna Marie Sevka beams as she receives the Endicott Teacher's Association Schol arship from Miss Mary L. 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Wedding Invitations - Busings Forms 124 Nanticoke Avenue Phone 5-9441 ENDICOTT. NEW YORK COMPLIMENTS ot 1.EV1NSON'S Clothes tar Dad and Lad 50 Washington Avenue Endicott, N..Y. It Pays To Shop At PARS 119 Washington Avenue Endicott N. Y. Compliments of DON OWEN PONTIAC Factory Authorized Dealer For 1957 Pontiac "America's No. I Road Car" 709 North Street Endicott Phone 5-3383 THE PAINT CENTER, Inc. VAUGHN'S fAcross from McLean's1 Your Paint Headquarters For the past 32 years Phone 5-8250 I35 Washington Avenue End tt, N. Y T07-'I09 East Main Street MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING The Store of National Brand Names Compliments Of HI - LITE 305 Washington Avenue COMPLIMENTS of ENDICCTT CO-OP G. L. F. SERVICE, INC. 'II6 JENNINGS STREET Phone 5-563I For Highesf Qualify ENDICOTT, N. Y. FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER Lawn and Garden Supplies Visiffhe G.L .F. STORE 1t,S Smaft To Say H1 Use Valetn GAIL PETTIT'S BAKE SHOP VALET SERVICE "Cakes for All Occasions" C"S'0"' DW Cleaning Hats Blocked - Dry Cleaning - Rug Cleaning Laundry - Tailoring - Shoe Repair 5-5655 - - Phone 8-0I30 I06 E. Mann St. 57 Washington Ave. Union Center Hi-woy Endicott, N. Y. Come to . . . AND SERVICE ENDICOTT NASH CORP. IDEAL SANDWICH SHOPPE 2301 Eos' Main 5-5951 Corner of Madison and North IT COSTS LESS AT CANADA DRY . BOTTLING CO. OF ENDICOTT, INC. 2-II Badger Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK I I ARMY STOE-E5-j IZIO North Street Endicott, N. Y. WORK- spoiwimo oooos CLOTQQEQESS BEACH'S AUTO SUPPLY I IO West Main Street Endicott, N. Y. Your Complete Bicycle Shop Phone 5-0521 AL'S SUPER MARKET Complete Line of GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS 707 North Street Phone 5-7991 ENDICOTT, N. Y. STABLER Agency Inc. INSURANCE Phone 5-3646 I05 Eos? Main Sfreef "Stablerize Your Insurance Classic Beauty Solon Personalized Permanent Waves Hair Designers And Colorists Upen 9 - 6 P.M. Ang. 8. Rose Giordano Phone 8-0520 1303 Broad Sfreef Endicott, N. Y. The Lafesf In Hair Styles Lewis C. Bliss THE LITTLE STORE 422 Jennings Streef STATE SANDWICH SHOPPE IO8 Eost Main Street Meals Lunches Sodcls EncIweII DEE Y. MOORE'S TEXACO SERVICE Phone 5-9824 2890 Watson Blvd. CONGRATULATIONS CADRE INDUSTRIES CORP. t PN 1 , e 'ff WEDDINGS-PARTIES COMPLIMENT' 8, L--Tl : 6 5 f Engagements of lfjcjgi I Announcements "T" 4 , I, g 'TT BAKER's DRESS sl-lop HARRINGTON'S STUDIO Phones I 15 West Main Street Union District . 5.3355 - 5-8623 911 E. Main Street Endicott, N. Y. CHILDREN'S E I' K S SUPER MART BAKE SHOP no WASHINGTON AVENUE 2009 Eos, Main Sheet Phone 5-2051 ENDWELL, NEW Yank SERVING U-E STUDENTS AND GRADS Decorating Studio Fo, Ove, 30 Yew K I i n e's 51 W h' A IU ' I as "'9'o" 'enue Ps""'s ENolcoTT's MEN's AND sovs' PHONE 5-1321 '-'- SHOP iq Ph 5 8180 Shirt Service rlats Blocked 8. Cleaned one - SPORTING GOODS WORK CLOTHES BRIGHT CLEANERS 8. TAILORS UNION ARMY Cr NAVY STORE 843331 Complete Cleaning - Expert Tailoring 119 Eqgf Main Sfreef And Alterations for Entire Family Endicott, New York IUnion Dist.I Free Moth Proofing Open 9100 AM. to 8 130 PM P'C"'UP 'Z De"'e'Y 1312 Monroe St. Endicott, N. Y. ENDICOTT LUMBER s. sox comPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS McJson's Supplies D. G I-I. ANTHRACITE COAL I306 Clerk Street Phone 5-9903 ENDICOTT, NEW YORK BENNER WHOLESALE COMPANY IO7 Duane Avenue DiaI 5-2741 ENDICOTT, NEW YO RK ENDICOTT FLORIST "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" II6 WASHINGTON STREET Endicott, N. Y. Telephone 5-O22I MEN'S WEAR THAT FITS.. . both THE OCCASION NICHOLAS and MARKET SANFORD SALLERSON 1906 E. Main Snee, Men's Wear 103 wqshangfon Avenue Endicott, N. Y. E"d'C0"f N- Y- MAGIC CITY ICE 8. MILK CO. SERVING ENDICOTT OVER THIRTY YEARS "FLAVOR RICH" DAIRY PRODUCTS DIAL 5-3337 W ' A f p id. ENDICOTT IF lT'S'A GIFT i -1" WATCH 5HQp TRY- 5 I ' . wg I02 washingfon Avenue 49 WASHINGTON AVENUE AI Hinev, Prop Endicott, N. Y. ROMMEL E DICOTT DRY CLEANING SHOE SHINE N 1200 North Street Endicott, N. Y. I206 Monroe Street Phone 5-1621 P hon e 5-2206 WHEET RADIO and TV JOH N E. CALLAHAN PLUMBING ond HEATING I4I6 North Street 417 Overton St. Union, N. Y. ENDICOTT, NEW YORK TURRIGIANO 5. SON ARTHUR C. HAND AGENCY General Insurance I06 WASHINGTON AVENUE I28 Squires Avenue G r o c e r i e S l Endicott, New York Cold Cuts of All Kinds Are Our Specialty Phone 8-3328 Phone 5-3495 BROOME TECHNICAL ECONOMY coMMuNnY comics SHOE REPMR 8 LUGGAGE 1206 North Street COME TO EN DICOTT CAMERA SHOP TWO - YEAR CURRICULUMS for oil your photo needs Business Technology - Dental Hygiene Chemical Technology - Electrical Technology 33 WASHINGTQN AVENUE Construction Technology Mechanical Technology Phone 5'557' Medical Uffice Assistant NovEu.o's DRY CLEANERS 31 I4Eost Moin Street ENDWELLI NEW YQRK 128 Nanticoke Avenue UNION DISTRICT With Compliments And All Good Wishes To Our Many Friends Az U-E . . . A 'k 'k 'k 'k i' 'k The Management of The LYRIC-STATE AND TRI-CITIES DRIVE-IN RUBY .IEWELERS 6 Washington Avenue ENDICOTYWS FIRST CREDIT IEWELER Girls Like to Say IT CAME FROM 1 we BM" " 15 Washington Ave. Endicott, N. Y. COLLIE'S SERVICE STATION Richfield Products 1300 East Main 5-9681 ANGELINE'S FLOWER SHOP The Most Fragile of Arts 1306 MONROE STREET Telephone 5-2551 MICHAEL'S 5c to 51.00 STORE 3301 East Main Street ENDWELL, NEW YORK The . GEORGIA - HANKS Endicott Corp. Stationery and Office Supplies Business Furniture and Equipment School Suppiies - Drafting Equipment 59 WASHINGTON AVENUE Build BETTER With What You SAVE at WI'IIPPLE'S LUMBER YARD ENDICOTT, N. Y. T' iir 'f .1 -l-FRED'S-l WHIPPLE BROTHERS, INC. NEW 3310 East Main Street Endwell, N. Y. Phone 8-1593 1307 Monroe Street Phone 5-9666 ALOI'S DELICATESSEN 203 Nanticoke Avenue Endicott, N. Y. At' .-v-"' -fi: ITJIEXUWTTE WATCHES - DIAMONDS Gifts for Graduates JOHN BRAIN, REALTOR Dial 5-1112 147 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. ENDICOTT, N. Y. Phone 5-2651 C O M P L I M E N T S Rou FF 6, FURNITURE CO. UNION VARIETY "Dedicated to Better Homes" 128 West Main St. Phone 8-0310 Endicott, N. Y. Owego, N. Y. ENDICOTT N Y ROBERT J. HANAFIN, mc. MARS DRUGS INSURANCE FOR EVERY NEED Prompt and Courteous Service Never a Parking Problem at the Plaza 204 Washington Avenue Endicott, N. Y. Phone 8-'527 ENDWELI. PLAZA Compliments Of LUIZZI PHARMACY Prescription Service GAULT Phone 5-545i III Washington Avenue Endicott CHEVROLET CO., INC. 3 Grant Avenue Endicott N Congratulations JOHN SEXTON 8. CO. Long Isiand City, N. Y. SPENCER-SWARTZ FURNITURE COMPANY Specialists in FIARI .Y AMERICAN FURNITIIRF III West Main Street Union, New York MCDERN Dress Shop Viva Smith II8 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK Phone 5-58II COMPLIMENTS of TOULSON Wallpaper and Paint Store IOS West Main Street, Union, New York BUICK me v SINGER sEwlN SEWING THE NEWEST BUICK YET CENTER See and Ride in the 1957 BUICK ENDICO-I-T SALES 8- SERVICE IO8 Washington Avenue Phone 5-7261 1900 North sire-ef Endicott, N. Y. ENWCOTTI NEW YORK W..- ,.- A ... , .7..,.,,. .., I ,ing-pnW,.,7...,.WT WT, Wnw- V, my' Y Y HFWWYQIM FLAIR LAUN DE RERS AND CLEANERS Conveniently Locafed A1 2303 NORTH STREET For All Your Laundry And Dry Cleaning Needs A. P. DEACON HEATING and HARDWARE 2909 Watson Bauleva rd EN DWELL ARROW ELECTRIC CO. PHONE 5-8551 Wiring and Appliances 35I3 E. MAIN STREET Endwell, N Y. NUGENT'S 53 Washington Avenue ENDICOTT, NEW YORK I-IIGI-I FASI-IIONS Law Prices Open IO A. M. - II P. M. 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