Union Springs Central High School - Frontenac Yearbook (Union Springs, NY)

 - Class of 1967

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Assistant Girls' Sports Boys' Sports ....... Art Editor ........ Assistant Advertising Chief T ypist ...... Assistant Typists .... Mr. B. C. Chappell 4 Seated left to right-N. Barden, N. Carter, T. Kelly, D. Paczkowski, M. Hartwell, L. Avery, B. Cornell, M. Clapp, L. Ptaszek, R Bratek Assistant Literary Editor Activities Editor .......... Cover Design .......... Advertising Manager ........... . . Manager Circulation ................... . . . . . . . .. Libby Avery . . Barbara Redfield .. . Ellie Shutter . . . Norma Carter .. Terry Kelly Rita Bratek . . . David Paczkowski . . . . . Peggy Doty Bob Beyea .. Mary Lynn Clapp . . . . . Linda Ptaszek . . . . . . Bill Cornell Mary Kaye Hartwell . . . . . . Connie Reilley Nancy Barden Adminislraiion Facullg Seniors Classes School Life Acliviiies Aihlelics Adverlising Table Of Conlenls The Fronlenao 1967 8 I4 Q0 52 82 94 I I6 I44 ,,.,...'f-v""""' .fix wblvv Q54-v-G ,-,..4. ' fEQ??? Ji ,MMM Appreciation There is a certain quotation from Chaucer that aptly describes our dedicatee: HAnd gladly wolde he lerne, and gladly techef' As those students will attest who have learned of Romels wars and Russia's steppes from him, Mr. Vazquez goes beyond the facts of history and helps them to discover Why and how events occurred. But Mr. Vazquez, as our class advisor throughout Senior High School, has given us much more. He has given us much of his time, imagination, encouragement, and advice. He has helped us solve our prob- lems and has guided our class through three years of dances, elections, and a prom, to the final goal of graduation. For your invaluable assistance and friend- ship we, the Class of 1967, dedicate this issue of the Frontenac to you, Mr. Frank Vazquez. pi . , . 4 I , Q ADMINISTRATION Superintendent of Schools all Dr. Leo A. Soucg To The Class of 1967: lVly sincerest congratulations go to each of you upon the occasion of your complet- ing the first thirteen years of formal education. You also have my best wishes for success in the future as you take your place in our dynamic and complex society. Sincerely, Dr. Leo A. Soucy Supervising Principal Mr. John Baader Graduation from high school signifies a foundation point in the process of learning. The real test for you is yet to come, for how you live as individuals and as groups is the criterion that remains to be evaluated. The measure may be as stated by Joseph F. Newton: i'When is man educated? When he knows how to live, how to love, how to hope, how to prayfglad to live and not afraid to die, in his hand a sword for evil, in his heart a bit of a songf' We believe that the members of the Class of 1967 shall meet the criterion success- fully and reflect our confidence and positive expectation. John N. Baader District Principal V Direcicr of Insiruciicnal Services Mr. Harrg Rossiier Secondary Principal Mr. Richard J. Moon fix Mr. Lawrence Gould, Mr. Oskar Schlappi DF' William RYHTL MT- H0Wa1'd -lH1'ViS I Dr. Lew Mix, Mr. Donovan Webb, Mr. Ralph Webster Our Board of Educaiion The Board at work Mr. James Williams, Clerk W I Q 5 4.3 Q FACULTY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-Mr. Parker, Mrs. Colgan, Mr. Worzbyt. z YJ' S ENGLISH-Miss Shaughnessy, Miss Capella, Miss Mal- MATH DEPARTMENT-Sitting-Miss Purcell, Standing lery -Mrs. Fox, Miss Desposoti -...........,,..-W-N N,.,, ff , SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-Mr. Florio, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Haskins, Mr. I6 Fordham, Mr. Marinelli F 3 U x 1 x l Hg I SCIENCE DEPARTMENT-SittingAMr. Jones. StandingfMr. Padunov, Mr. Yastremski I K 5 wr -f-'Ju - . xl MATH DEPARTMENT-Sitting-Miss H 0 c k e b o r n . ENGLISH DEPARTMENT-Mrs. Outhouse, Mr. Kula, Standing-Mr. O'Leary, Miss Gilbeni. Mrs. Lind, Miss Allen. 'x J xw ,z 1 af I ' SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT-Sitting-Miss Allen, Mr. Vazquez, Mr. El- dred. Standing-Mr. Trager, Mr. Kover. I7 u 1 -' , 5 V V E 2 Mr. Garguil 5 5 Mr. McBride 7 Miss Slatei, Mr. O'Connor Miss Richards, Mr. DeVore Mrs. Losurdo, Miss Johnson 2 llig , . 55 " if Q wax. "" is" I 9? Mr. Hudson, Mr. Burgette, Mr. Mulcahey Mr. Reed, Mrs. Barrett, Mr. Downey im-, ' f 4.-I 4 Miss White, Mrs. Hicks Mr. Boomer ..,.,5.w' Miss Sobota, Mr. Carbajahl QW 4 Mrs. Boomer ' I9 1 ? - T . 5 zo 4 SENIORS Members of the Class Class of 196 Honor Roll VALEDICTORIAN: Linda Post SALUTATORIAN: Norma Carter of 1967 with an academic average of 8 Avery, Elizabeth Barden, Nancy Hartwell, Mary Kaye Paczkowski, David Panek, Joanne Pasternak, Nancy Porter, Gayle Quill, Olena Redfield, Barbara Rymph, Linda Verstreate, Charlene Whitehead, John 7 SZ or above for 3V3 years I Presideni ROBERT P. MILLS i6B0b9I Box 154 Cayuga, New York Ag. 8: Tech. at Morrisville Class Officers of 1967 Treasurer Secreiarg fy V Nomar JEANJCANWR 'N A Y I N4 . XR' MV I nu' 'CN 1111921 Eg fl-I iw r 1 L . V5 ff" - 'V J Cayu 1, .N.ew1"Yo5liAK , Nr X X M edicme 1 f x 3 ij r xx Ny 1 ' .,'f L' J I A, ' 2 M, V A H ,,- V .' E' , X VV A ,Sf G P NX R 45 5 I1 I :L 1 ""q fy MARY KAYE HARTWELL J , xr A Arr ,ff 1 V K' W W f "Mary Kaye" -x f' r ' x v ' A 'Lf' f 1 L L Nw A' v A ff 11 Chapel Street N f 'V 1 fi .L F' Union Springs, New York 1 lf' N, " A rv ,, N Secretary N , - '- xy' N X3 'J N 'x I X M ' V fx V J rr A N J V ji Q , Vice Presidenf PHIL POWERS "Li1' Here" R. D. -JH Aubum, New York Air Force SWJN All "Patch" I 281 Clark Street Auburn, New York Engineering W D AN PACZKOKQI 71 M' CAROL ANN GULLIVER 'gCarol" R. D. 9941 Box 28 Union Springs, New York Beauty Culture 24 ROBERT M. HOWARD KQBOIJY, R. D. 9541 Cayuga, New York College TERRY LEE KELLY HTank7, R. D. 43 Auburn, New York Physical Education Teacher X. DVJ..J9g5J,l My N . , wikgliijo VA W I Ame F. by 'Vx X F5 1' ,nj 4 Clmrferlslr U n sk gs,XNewN ork ik. U C. r ckp t iv N G ANEK M SA L'b3YorkJ!!!,! a swego I . 995 W Liege J . VEC if ' Q1 XJ .IUNE MARIE SALATO "Ginz" Cayuga, New York Secretary WILLIAM S. KIME "Bill" R. D. 41 Cayuga, New York Teaching I DONNA C. ALLHUSEN "Donna" Cayuga, New York College EDWARD NORMAN CLARK "Eddie" 5 Park Street Union Springs, New York 5 .5 uf! if .Q u College as I b a. N t D C K 3 7 3.5-A" K .Q 4 9 ., ., ju 1 -. if y I f i Id ' ii' C, nfs Y W I f i M 1 I ' N I 4 x gl X. ,P . of "L, N X -L ELIZABETH DeBOIS AVERY C "Libby" ff' 11 Seminary Street W' Union Springs, New York iv 'J College M - I.. JAMES W. WRIGHT . C ,Q.f7",,,. ' 'iJim" 'Q if ' M, Cayuga, New York Q, N fvrffn S. U. C. at Oswego ai - SHIRLEY MAY SPRINGSTEAD "Shirl" R. D. 9'f1 Auburn, New York General Secretary WILLIAM DOUGHERTY "George Dork" R. D. 9993 Auburn, New York College . vb- - , N 5 ' 1 N 4- LY f " 1 N A .X X 7, r - J .t V R . , 9 , ,J . w 1 .f v 9 'X' . '5 Y' Vow? 26 ELIZABETH ANNE KUFHTA 4sBetsyu R. D. 43 Aubum, New York Undecided EDWIN STARK "Eddie" R. D. fl Aubum, New York Horseshoeing CHARLENE G. VERSTREATE "Charlene" .X R. D. 9993 Auburn, New York X9 C. C. B. 1. WILLIAM JOHN CORNELL 'XX acBiun I X 25 Center Street ' Union Springs, New York College BRUNO KIRSCHNER '6Bruno" R. D. 9541 Cayuga, New York Conservation Officer LINDA S. RYMPH uwynv R. D. 5945 Auburn, New York College DAVID P. BOWMAN "Dave" Cayuga, New York S. U. C. at Brockport MARY LYNN CLAPP "Mary Lynn" 18 Basin Street Union Springs, New York S. U. C. at Fredonia ROBERT M. COAPMAN GGBOIJYS R. D. 9953 Auburn, New York College ERIKA RINDFLEISCH "Erika" R. D. 4641 Cayuga, New York Undecided Q MARGARET ANN DOTY 6CDOty7! R. D. 4643 Auburn, New York College KENNETH H. WHITE 6iKen!! R. D. 9543 Auburn, New York College MICHAEL ADAMUS "Angelo" Box 9943 Cayuga, New York Undecided PATRICIA LOUISE RAWSON "Trish" R. D. 9451 Cayuga, New York Undecided RICHARD EDWIN CASLER C6RiCh7, Levanna, New York S. U. C. at Uswego LINDA E. POST "Linda" R. D. ffl Auburn, New York College CARL LEROY PAGANO lCHerc7! R. F. D. 9441 Aurora, New York College JOAN ELIZABETH BECKER "Jeanie" 3 Bloomer Street Union Springs, New York College 9 NANCY LOUISE BARDEN aaNancy9s R. D. 9443 Auburn, New York Alfred Ag. 8: Tech. Institute GARDNER S. FRAZIER, JR. "Butch" R. D. 53 Auburn, New York Auto Mechanic - ,. HARRY SLYWKA CGI-Iarefi R. D. 9643 Auburn, New York College KATHRYN LUCILLE BODY HKath7! R. D. aifl Auburn, New York College LINDA DIANE MORGAN .,M0rg,, R. D. 9941 Cayuga, New York Undecided DONALD FLEURY GSDOIIW R. D. 9441 Cayuga, New York Undecided 1 A ' ,1 Zdd A s AY my Y Dzdd N A Q 1a:"17' 'WEEE KENNETH FERGUSON "Crash" R. D. 9153 Auburn, New York Undecided ELLYN L. SHUTTER "Ellie" R. D. 1991 Union Springs, New York College DONALD WOODRUFF srwoodyn R. D. 9441 Union Springs, New York Navy SANDRA ANN WELLAUER "Sugarfoot" R. D. 4991 Union Springs, New York Bible School SHARON JEAN SIMPSON 4'Sharon" R. D. 7591, South Street Road Auburn, New York Nursing EDWARD FULLER ssR0udy9s R. D. 9943 Aubum, New York Assistant Conservation Officer LEONARD MARSHALL "Mike" Center Street Union Springs, New York Forestry School MARGARET ELIZABETH VROOMAN ul-,egg 23 Homer Street Union Springs, New York Registered Nurse ork :Ui York QQ" i XJ .5 4: X xi Q7 f 1 t 3l MARY ELIZABETH POTTER "Torpedo,' 40 South Cayuga Street Union Springs, New York Nursing JOHN COLEMAN Litlackw R. D. 46f3 Auburn, New York Marine Corps RITA ANN BRATEK '4Bertha" Union Springs, New York Physical Education Teacher JOHN H. WHITEHEAD ii-Iackil R. D. 9561 ' X Auburn, New York College V x -fl, QNX . A 5 if I V MARIAN ALDRICH "Marian" R. D. 9541 Cayuga, New York Salvation Army Officefs Training School , DELANCEY DONALD WAYNE HDOn!7 R. D. 9953 Auburn, New York College of Forestry at Syracuse 3 QVXNIX C323 no W 4 M 1 I 1' ' I ' I I , xr. 1 , I Ry " J . gi I ' I I . I Lb ' SARA ELIZABETH MCQUAY . A 3 ffsficksr A , ' I D. 33 , Auburn, New Ybrk X Lf L . ' ' College' I vGERALDIN,E ANN HICKCOX l It I IX Qnflerryu xx ' R. DQ an , 1. 4 I Auburn, New Y, ktv, f Xi .I in Data Procesbiggjl I X A 9 U VL A , . M X I 4 L' 6 :QL h . PEN ELOPE LEE DAVIS aspennyav R. D. 9441, South Street Road Auburn, New York Secretary MARY TERESA RYAN ifMaryYY R. D. 9941 Cayuga, New York Undecided EE11 'lb-3 -I if 1 . 5' PAUL T. SHULER "ML Terrificu R. D. JH Cayuga, New York Undecided CHRISTINE A. BURTLESS MChris" R. D. 9543 Auburn, New York A. C. C. MICHAEL BILAK C5Mike7! R. D. 9952 Cayuga, New York College CONSTANCE MARY REILLEY HCOHSQ R. D. 9663 Auburn, New York Secretary DAVID MICHAEL WALOWSKY "Dave" Box 27 Union Springs, New York College MARY LOU LOWERY "Chickie" R. D. fl Union Springs, New York Undecided RONALD WALTER WOODRUFF "Ronald" R. D. 41 Union Springs, New York Farmer BETTY LOU LAWTON uBettyn Cayuga, New York Secretary MARY LINDA PTASZEK i'Linda" Box 4-2 Union Springs, New York College THOMAS B. JACKSON 66T0In15 6 Evergreen Street Union Springs, New York Nursing ,, f, , . L! K L., A, X I gf M1 . I , f-, 'lf , . T" . rv '1 A I 1, ff I-1, 1 .'f . - x Ll'-' 1 I 1 . I f V jk NANCY KATHERINE PASTERNAK sLNancy19 R. D. 9491, BOX 44 Union Springs, New York 1 A College . MICHAEL KUHFTA HMike!! 287 Clark Street Auburn, New York Navy I , 'lg SHIRLEY IRENE SIMPSON 'sShirl" R. D. 9491 Auburn, New York Secretarial Work ROBERT W. HEALY i5B0b7! R. D. JH Auburn, New York Farming X LINDA ANN WICKS "Linda,, R. D. fl Cayuga, New York College .IANE MARIE LAVEY iqaneff Levanna, New York Unrlecideal Qc- DANIEL C. TELVOCK ..Dan,, Lake Road Cayuga, New York Undecided HARRY B. STOTLER l5Harry7Y R. D. 9541 Union Springs, New York Army ROBERT G. BEYEA 46B0b!! 17 Factory Street Union Springs, New York Navy BARBARA C. REDFIELD SiBurhY! Cayuga, New York Pre-med. GAYLE ANN PORTER '4Port" R. D. 9941 Clyde, New York College Picfure Nof Available 5 ,IW ' ' .ek LYNN ANN TREAT Gillynni! R. D. 9441 Cayuga, New York Undecided MARTHA JANE MINTURN "Martha" R. D. 5691 Cayuga, New York Beauty Culture Picture Nol' Available SHIRLEY ANN ANTHONY "Moose" 2 Factory Street Union Springs, New York Undecided LORRAINE M. WHIPPLE "Lorrie" R. D. 9443 Auburn, New York Women's Marine Corps CHARLES B. SHAW "Chuck" R. D. atfl, Lake Road Cayuga, New York Undecided KENTON M. HOXIE HKen,Y R. D. 9143, Clark Street Road Auburn, New York Armed Forces CYNTHIA E. WOOD "Cyndie" Ellis Point Drive Levanna, New York Housewife Senior Activities MICHAEL ADAMUS-Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, J. V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4. MARIAN ALDRICH-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4: All-State Soloist 3. DONNA ALLHUSEN---Senior Band 1, 2, 3, Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, F. H. A. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Band Executive Committee 2, All-Star Volleyball 3, All-County Band and Cho- rus 2, All-State Solo and Accompanist 3. SHIRLEY ANTHONY-F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Chorus 1, Intramurals 1, 2. ELIZABETH AVERY-Library Club 1, German Club 2, Pep Club 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Hobart Seminar 3, Newspaper Staff 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 2, 3, 4, Honor Society Secretary 4, Usher at Commencement 3, Yearbook Staff 4. NANCY BARDEN-G. A. A. 3, Newspaper Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, F. H. A. 4, F. H. A. Treasurer 4, 38 Cayuga County Business Contest 1, 2, 3, Fall' Fes- tival at Alfred 4, Receptionist 3, 4. JOAN BECKER-F. T. A. 1, 3, Health Careers Club 2, Camera Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, School Bowling Team 1, Prom Committee 3. ROBERT BEYEA-Track 2, 3, F. F. A. 3, Yearbook Staff 4. MICHAEL BILAK-Football 1, Camera Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. KATHRYN BODY-Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, All-County Band 1, 2, Intramurals 1, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, All-County Chorus 3. DAVID BOWMAN-J. V. Football 1, Varsity Football 3, 4, J. V. Basketball 1, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, German Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. RITA BRATEK-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Playdays 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey 3, 4, All-Star Basketball 2, 3, 4, All- Star Volleyball 3, 4, All-Star Softball 3, 4, Varsity Cheerleading Manager 4, General Manager of Girl's Sports 4, Foul Shooting Contest 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta Crew 3, 4, Spring Sports- day 3, Winter Sportsday 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 2, School Bowling Team 2, 3, AWPENYS Bowling Tournament 2, 3. CHRISTINE BURTLESS-Intramurals 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. 4, Chorus 4, Cayuga County Business Contest 1, Receptionist 3, 4, Playdays 3, Operetta 4. NORMA CARTER-Honor Society 2, 3, 4, N. H. S. Treasurer 4, Yorker Club 1, 2, 3, Manlius Math Contest 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Health Ca- reers Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Editor 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Class Treasurer 4, Science Club 1, 2, Hobart Semi- nar 3, 4, Forensics 2. RICHARD CASLER-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Soccer 4, Track 1, German Club 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Science Honors 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Camera Club 4. MARY LYNN CLAPP-Cheerleader 1, 3, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Ski Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Color Guard 2, G. A. A. 1, 2. EDWARD CLARK-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Prom Committee 3. ROBERT COAPMAN-Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramur- als 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4. JOHN COLEMAN-J. V. Football 1, Varsity Football 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3. WILLIAM CORNELL-Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 4, Forensics Club 2, Secretary 2, Senior Band Executive Committee 4, German Club 2, F. T. A. 1, 2, F. T. A. Vice-Pres. 2, Operetta 1, 3, 4, All-County Chorus 1, 3, Dramatics Club 2, Science Honors 1, 2, Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 2. PENELOPE DAVIS---Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Prom Court 3, Latin Club 2, Cheerleader 2, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, Pep Club 2. MARGARET DOTY--Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 2, 3, Science Honors 1, 2, Latin Club 2, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Basketball 3, 4, All-Star Softball 2, 3, All-Star Hockey' 3, 4, Spring Sportsday 2, 3, Officials' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, AW- PENYS Bowling Tournament 4. WILLIAM DOUGHERTY-I. V. Football 1, Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramur- als 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Winter Sportsday 2, 3, 4. KENNETH FERGUSON-Soccer 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Winter Sportsday 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1. DONALD FLEURY-Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. GARDNER FRAZIER-F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Camera Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 1. EDWARD FULLER-Basketball Mgr. 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 3, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, F. F. A. Chapter Meeting Contest 2. CAROL GULLIVER-Concert Band 1, 2, 3, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, All County Band 2, Dance Band 2, Intramurals 1, 2. MARY KAYE HARTWELL-Fall Festival at Alfred 4, Class Secretary 4, Cayuga County Business Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Receptionist 4, G. A. A. 3, Intramurals 1, 3, Officials Club 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Newspaper Staff 4. ROBERT HEALY-F. F. A. 1, Intramurals I. GERALDINE HICKCOX-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 4, Prom Committee 3, F. H. A. 4, Color Guard 2. MICHAEL HILL-Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary of Varsity Club 3. UNDINE HOLLATZ-Majorettes 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Science Honors 1, 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, German Club 2, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary df F. T. A. 3, 4, Chairman of Prom Decorat- ing Committee 3, Prom Court 3, Newspaper Staff 2, 3, American Legion Oratorical Contest 3, 4, For- ensics 2, Lions Peace Essay 4. ROBERT HOWARD-Wrestling' 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, Boys Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1, Winter Sportsday 4. KENTON HOXIE--Photographer for Newspaper 2, Audio Visual Club 3, Camera Club 4, Golf Team 4. 40 THOMAS JACKSON-Soccer 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Basketball Mgr. 4, Winter Sportsday 1, Intramurals 1, 2, Varsity Club 3, 4. TERRY KELLY-Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Playdays 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Vice Presi- dent 3, G. A. A. President 4, G. A. A. General Man- ager 3, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club Vice President 3, All-Star Hockey 3, 4, All-Star Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, All-Star Volleyball 3, 4, All-Star Softball 3, 4, Cheerleading Manager 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. President 4, Operetta Make-Up Staff 3, 4, Spring Sportsday 2, 3, 4, Winter Sportsday 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 25 School Bowling Team 2, 3, AWPENYS Bowling Tournament 2, 3. WILLIAM KIME-Transferred from Waterloo 4, Foot- ball 1, 4, Basketball 1, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, News- paper Staff 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 4, Science Club 1, 2, Prom Committee 3. BRUNO KIRSCHNEB-German Club 2. ELIZABETH KUFHTA-Ski Club 2, Intramurals 1, Pep Club 2. MICHAEL KUHFTA-Football 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Science Club 1. JANE LAVEY-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Playday 1, Softball Playday 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, F. H. A. 3, 4, Spring Sportsday 3, 4. BETTY LAWTON-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, F. H. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. Vice President 4, G. A. A. 4, Playdays 3, 4. MARY LOU LOWERY-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club I, 2, 3, 4, Receptionist 4. SARA McQUAY-Yorker Club 1, Health Careers Club 1, 2, Health Careers Club Treasurer 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Playday 2, Pep Club 2, Hobart Seminar 4. ROBERT MILLS-Transferred from Port Byron 3, I. V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, President of Class 4, Treasurer of F. F. A. 4, Treasurer of Varsity Club 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, Camera Club 4. MARTHA MINTURN-F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2. LINDA MORGAN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Sportsdays 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4, AWPENYS Bowling Tourna- ment 2, 3, 4. DAVID PACZKOWSKI+Honor Society 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Win- ter Sportsday 1, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice Presi- dent 3, Student Council 4, Student Council Vice President 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Latin Club 2, Prom Chairman 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Honors Club 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club President 4, Boys' State Representative 3, Operetta Make-Up Crew 3. CARL PAGANO-Football 1, 3, 4, Soccer 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ,IOANNE PANEK-Chorus 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey 3, 4, All-Star Basketball 3, 4, All- Star Baseball 3, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, F. T. A. 1, 2, 4, Hobart Seminar 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY PASTERNAK-Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Chorus 1, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Health Careers Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Society Vice President 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Honors 2, Hobart Seminar 3, 4, Model U. N. General Assembly 3, 4, All-County Band 2, 4. GAYLE PORTER-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, German Club 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Student Council Treasurer 4, Science Honors 1, All-Star Volleyball 2, All-Star Basketball 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. T. A. 4, Hobart Seminar 3, 4, Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Contest 3, Forensics 2, News- paper Staff 3, 4, Model U. N. General Assembly 3, 4, Spring Sportsday 3, Winter Sportsday 2, Pep Club 2. LINDA POST-Intramurals 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance'Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Honor So-- ciety 2, 3, 4, County Select Band 2, All-County Band 4, Student Council 4, Class President 1, German Club 2, F. T. A. 1, 2, Science Honors 2, All-State Solo Competition 1, 2, 3, Hobart Seminar 3, Pep Club 2, Band Publicity Chairman 3, Playdays 1, 2, 4. MARY POTTER-G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Playdays 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3. PHIL POWERS-Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Soccer 4, Latin Club 2, Camera Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 4. 4I LINDA PTASZEK-F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Camera Club 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Decorating Com- mittee 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Pep Club 2, Playdays 1, 2. OLENA QUILL-Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Playdays 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, F. T. A. 1, 2, Science Club 1, 2, Hobart Seminar 4. PATRICIA RAWSON-Camera Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Decorating Committee 3, 'Health Club 2, Pep Club 2, Playdays 2, 3, 4. BARBARA REDFIELD-Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Student Council President 4, Class President 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2, Newspaper Staff 3, Prom Court 3, A. F. S. Student 3, G. A. A. I, 2, 3. CONSTANCE REILLEY-Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Secretary 2, Playdays 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey 4, All-Star Basketball 4, Prom Committee 3, Prom Court 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading Captain 2. ERIKA RINDFLEISCH-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, German Club President 2, Business Contest 3, Receptionist 4. MARY RYAN-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Sports- day 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Color Guard 3, 4, Receptionist 3, 4, Business Contest 2. LINDA RYMPH-Student Council 2, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Latin Club 1, F. T. A. 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, All-Star Hockey 43 Playdays I, 2, 3, 4, Hobart Seminar 2, 3, National Science Foundation Participant 3, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. JUNE SALATO-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Playdays 1, 2, Receptionist 3, 4, Cayuga County Business Contest 3, 4, F. H. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. Vice President 3, F. H. A. President 4, Pep Club 2. CHARLES SHAW-Newspaper Staff 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2. PAUL SHULER-Basketball 2, Intramurals 1, 3, 4. ELLYN SHUTTER-G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Stars 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Sportsdays 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Prom Queen 3, Bowling Team 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Class Officer 2, 3. SHARON SIMPSON-Health Careers Club 2, 3, Cam- era Club 4, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Prom Committee 3. SHIRLEY SIMPSON-Receptionist 3, F. H. A. 4. HARRY SLYWKA-Track 1, ,l. V. Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, .I. V. Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Varsity Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Prom King 3, Band 1, Camera Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY SPRINGSTEAD-Intramurals 3, G. A. A. 3, Receptionist 3, 4, Library Club 4, F. H. A. 4. EDWIN STARK-F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. Secre- tary 4. DANIEL TELVOCK-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity Club 3. LYNN TREAT-Intramurals 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, F. H. A. 3. CHARLENE VERSTREATE-Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Playday 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, F. H. A. 3, 4, Cayuga County Business Contest 3, Receptionist 3, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. MARGARET VROOMAN-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Star Hockey 4, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Court 3, Officials Club 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID WALOWSKY-Varsity Football 3, Varsity Football Mgr. 2, Intramurals 2. DONALD WAYNE-Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Soloist 2, 3, 4, All-County Band 1, 4, All-County Chorus 1, 3, Dance Band 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3,'4, March- ing Band 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA WELLAUER-Intramurals 1, F. H. A. 2, Pep Club 2, Library Club 1. LORRAINE WHIPPLE-Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 2, 3, F. H. A. 3, 4, F. H. A. Secretary 3, 4, All-Star Hockey 4, Playdays 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2. KENNETH WHITE-Transferred from ,Iordan-Elbridge 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Wrestling 3, 4, Track 2, Band 1, Camera Club 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4. JOHN WHITEHEAD-Band President 4, Chorus Pres- ident 4, Senior Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Science Honors 2, Honor Society 3, 4. LINDA WICKS-Class Secretary 1, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officials Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Honors 1, 2, Playdays 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Prom Court 3, All-Star Basketball 4, All-Star Hockey 4. CYNTHIA WOOD-Operetta 4, Senior Chorus 4, G. A. A. 4. DONALD WOODRUFF-F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 1. RONALD WOODRUFF-F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football Mgr. 1, Varsity Soccer Mgr. 1. JAMES WRIGHT-Class Treasurer 1, Class Vice Pres- ident 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Track 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Vice President 3, F. T. A. 4, Camera Club 4, Pep Club 2, Winter Sportsday 3. 43 Senior Trip to New York Citg On the twenty-first of October, fifty-five Seniors unloaded the Union Springs buses in front of the Lincoln Square Motor Inn. We were in New York City to par- ticipate in a state project. The agenda included visits to the Museum of Natural His- tory, the Haydan Planetarium, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Lincoln Center, and some sightseeing during our free time. The climax of the two-day trip was the viewing of The Alchemist in the Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center. After hurriedly packing our things we left New York on the evening of the twenty- second. It was a trip we will not soon forget. All This LQ"' I ""5"' 'MT ""L' L ' , ' L . . r,,, krky ', , My uw Q1 in ,,.. M 1 AA f l 1 if : i led io our prom . . , , 5 i il? wg . Milk pil' 3 E +"-Aj, in S"?,,e Eff' fflzffn .'J'-f'v- rfirff-,rf I r.' 31' f 24 lf E r Max, ,gr ' Wx- fy Nw 5 f N, Q2.J 3. + f O U p ' ' fe 46 F WU W' sau wg I 1 i i 8 I O N... Q r i 6 c ' 'S 'X is 'S , if Q? Q K S - ?' sw .. Q21 HSayonara,' means good-bye in Japanese, but to the Jun- iors it brings memories of a gala eveningmthe evening of May 20-the Junior Prom. By dint of imagination, hard work, and dogged determi- nation, the Juniors transformed the gym into an oriental cityg complete with a Japanese garden, cherry trees, pagodas, Japanese lanterns, and incense. Ellie Shutter and Harry Slywka were crowned Queen and King of the Prom. Members of the Queen's court were Penny Davis, Linda Wicks, Connie Reilley, Undine Hollatz, Peggy Vrooman, and Barbara Redfield. Her attendants were Laurie Springstead and Brian Carter. X it 2 2 4, .fr .N .t American Field Service BARBARA REDFIELD This year we were also able to send one of our students to another country. Barbara Redfield was chosen as a Summer Program student to Germany. She lived with the Ole Scholz family in Hamburg, Germany, but she spent six of the eight weeks she was there participating in the Deutsche Waldjugend fa youth groupl with her four brothers and sisters. They camped first near Flensburg, where she met the family of an A. F. S. returnee and spent several Weekends With them. She Was also in the village of Hiillerup, and in a recreation camp in Denmark. Barb said the best part of her trip was meeting the German people, because they were 'iso open and friendly." She hopes to be able to return to study in Germany. We're sure Barb had a wonderful experience, and our class is happy to have had one of its mem- bers participate in this program. Barb's German Family Representatives Again this year We have been fortunate to have an American Field Service student studying in our school. She is Maria Lucia Stape, from Tatui, Brazil, who is living with the John Daly family. Maria arrived in August, started school in Sep- tember, and soon became a part of the class. She is an active chorus member and enjoys all the school functions. She is also kept busy speaking to groups and participating in A. F. S. activities. When she returns to Brazil, Maria hopes to at- tend St. Paulo University to study to become a language teacher. After the two year period re- quired before A. F. S. students may re-enter their host country, she would like to study in America for aiyear or two. Maria has contributed much to this year and to our class. We wish her lots of luck with her future plans, and hope she will long remember her stay here. xy 3 MARIA LUCIA STAPE lVlaria's American Family x vq-Y li Maria's second day in the United States "Boys?, or Girls?" Once upon a midnight dreaiy . . . "Did someone say the deadline was up?" The Senior Rail f si oo I our Ten-day beauty Plan lasted Weekslu "Here's Union Springs! Now whcre's Cayuga? 50 ? .fl 1 ff if A' , 1 3 , 5.2 W. A f ls. 52 1 CLASSES Juniors. Class of '68 v"""" "Who said that ? " 1'-3' 'asf Row I-J. Jones, C. McAvinney, C. Bilak, C. Holbert, S. Ross, M. Patrick, M. Calimeri, C. Cuff, V. Capocefalo. Row 2-D Kapcha, A. White, G. Burtless, P. Tavener, D. Wayne, R. Caza, B. Kahler, P. Pethybridge, D. VanHouten. Row 3-J. .Iedra C. Dygert, J. Peck, M, Schaefer, 'C. Wright, D. Ferguson, R. Hess, A. Minde, W. Walter, D. Alnutt. Row 1-P. Tata, S. Rotunda, K. Carter, K. Gaston, N. Morrissey, S. Fuller, J. Denman, E. Holm, E. Stotler Row 2-K. Fritz, K. Walczyk, P. Burroughs, N. Daly, B. Johnson, J. Cunningham, S. Scofield, L. Mix, M. Patten, Row 3-D. Saxton, B. Hitch- cock, M. Casler, J. Merkley, T. Lawton, G. Schaefer, S. Jump, G. Pesek Row I-J. McElwain, S. Heath, S. Duckett, M. Burlingame, G. Stupp, C. Aurand, C. Gardner, C. Casler Row 2-E. Lauder dale, J. Paczkowski, P. Smith, E. Farrelly, R. Fraher, N. Clark, D. Roberts, G. Marquit, R. Whaley, R. Kiesznowski, Row 3 B. Bommersbach, D. Ferguson, W. Slywka, E. Lynn, D. Robinson, R. Mills, J. Hill Qophomores Row I-P. Llewellyn, D. Mundt, L. Outhouse, P. Benda, L. Benda, P. Morsh, S. Shank, B. Hurlbutt, B. Bench Row 2-B. Hecht, J. Becker, K. Fox, P. Wilson, J. Hoskins, T. Gardener, C. Clark, B, Farrelly, B. Weaver, J. Hoxie, K. Kapcha. Row 3-S. Celsi, M. Davis, D. Vrooman, D. Ingalls,M. Vasquez, S. Young, L. Webster, C. Butts, R. Cornell, Row IiK. Freed, S. Salvage, D. Hawley, E. Mills, N. Numeric, L. Rawson, L. Pollard, R. Palmieri. Row 2-M. Dec, C. Case, E. Foster, M. Stupp, S. Baker, B. WWells Row 3-D. Rannings, B. Riester, D. Watkins, D. Granger, T. Whipple, W. Raymond, W. Walter. Blass of '69 sklf , Q , ,,:-2, 5 1 Row I-D. Cornell, L. Kahler, L. Ciulla, J. Grandau, S. Coapman, B. Dougherty, R. Rancier, J. Shutter. Row 2- L. Wilson, P. King, B. Young, D, Doody, D. Paczkowski, D. Hares, B. Bennett, D. Fleury, S. Hoffxnan, K. Caza. Row 3vC. Shreiber, W. Mix, R. Kiphut, P. Hoskins, A. Avery, J. Tatu, T. Sanders, D. Bowers, P. Wught. Row 1-D. Vosburgh, S. Williams, B. Middleton, A. Traver, T, Stotler, C. Day, D. Cuff, S. Pollard, B. Rossignol. Row 2-D. Haggett, G. Fronce, I. Pagano, L. Coleman, K. Connor, R. Quinones, M. Hall, S. Salls, S. Pinckney, E. Patience. Row 3-F. Emmi, T. Stamp, P. Saxton, P. Quill, B.Quill, K. Hares, D. Schenck, B. Folder. Freshmen Class "We were freshmen once." Row I-J. Burtless, J. Burtless, L. Steele, C. McElwain, J. Wilson, B. Hawley, L. Juli, M. Lauderdale, D. Pagano Row 2-J. Peck, D. Fritz, D. Cuff, S. Shutter, C. Chapin, M. Grader, D. Watkins, S. 'Lauderdale, C. Jedra, D. Reeves Row 3-J. Jorgensen, C. Campagnola, T. Cillooly, L. Walter, D.Gibbs, G. Mueller, C. Duckett, R. Cummings, R. Farrelly. if an Row 1-W. Holm, T. Kime, E. Dwyer, M. Casler, J. Hares, R. Kahler. Row 2-D. Witchey, M. Simmons, T. Pinckney, B. Blaisdell, P. Stotler, D. Dygert, M. Hitchcock, A. Hayes, C. Bilak, E. Skillet. Row 3--R. Larsen, G. Stamp, .l. MacDaniel, J. Pearce, V. Albright, W. Schwarz, W. Heath, W. Daggett, R. Jordan, J. Wood. Row 4-D. Jump, D. Whitehead, D. White, M. Albright, M. Becker, T. Shutter, D. Atwater, T. Quill, K. Schreiber, K. Schlappi. Row 1-G. Knapp, E. McClary, W. Stark, G. Raymond, J. Whaley, S. Denman, N. King, B. Walter, Row 2-J. Reil- ley, N. Piels, S. Power, M. Cumm, D. Potter, D. Gilfus, C. Gaston, L. Mintum, N. Fabian, C. Burtless, Row 3- F. Saya, C. 'M0ore, D. Middleton, D. Salato, K. Post, J. Jac obs, P. Merkley, C. Powers, M. Wilson. Row I-B. Badalamenti, D. Carter, R. Plis, P. Chappell, L. Bowers, D. Clark, M. MacDaniel, S. Cook, T. Farrelly D. Dickinson, Row 2-D. Jump, T. Hoatland, R. Hope, R. Deyo, S. Brant, D, Anthony, S. Gilmore, C. Hardy, D Jenner, J. Hares. Row 3-J. Brott, S. Crowley, K. Hares, S. Benda, S. Hedgee, L. Carter, D. Custer, D. Anthony Row I-T. Reilley, P. Wayne, S. Kiphut, P. Ruzicka, S. Large, M. Walowsky, W. Wilson, K. Wright, J, Nickerson, Row 2-D. Middleton, S. Nye, P. Albright, K. Williams, P. Kahler, J. Bell, T. Pinckney, R, Robinson, J. Ringwood, D. Pitcher, Row 3-K. Welch, J. Stotler, N. Kirby, C. McLeod, K. Ringwood, D. Haight, M, Powers, M. Nash. Row I-D. Steele, D. Hares, D. Gilfus, S. McNabb, C. Lussier, C. Willis, J. Bergerstock, M. Pollard. Row 2dP. Chappell, C. Walter, P. Baity, C. Lee, C. Nye, G. Walczyk, B. Yannotti, M. Pagano. Row 3-L. Salvage, G. Edmunds, D. Walters, C. Tavener, J. Reeves, A. Pacini. Row INS. Cooper, C. Vazquez, M. Fuller, J, Frackelton, E. Balloni, G. Springstead, D. Stevens, A. Avery, V. Car- penter, C. Davis. Row 2-K. Cumm, D. Gilfus, M. Damron, M. Moon, C. Powers, I.. Banker, R. Doody, D. Clark, K Bench, L. Clem, K. Walter. Row 3-W. Fromel, R. Gibbs, J. Merritt, D. Cuff, M. Heath, R. Christensen, R. Gentile D. Halverson, N. Holmes, C. Proulx. Row I-R. Wilde, E. Quill, E. Pesek, P. Ruzicka, M. Smolak, H. Stupp, L. Mix, J. Saxton, C. Merkley, K. Jarvis. ,Row 2-B. Caza, L. Leone, W. Vreeland, D, McElwain, M. Sigona, T. Bilak, J. Morgan, P. Seidenberg, D. Shuler, A. Skillett. Row 3-G. Pasternak, D. Fries, M. Netti, P. Perkins, S. Bowers, D. Jones, L. Slywka, D. Cuff, D. Large, K. Blaisdell. Row I-P. Walters, T. King, C. Stotler, J. Campbell, R. Denman, R. Waldron, R. Burtless, R. Dwyer, D. Young Row 2-P. Pinckney, P. Shutter, J. Fisher, N. Paczkowski, A. Holland, S. Rigby, R. Trufant, C. Cumm, J. Deyo, D Pitclier, J. Carmody, Row 3iC. Robinson, M. Quill, R. Krebs, L. Hoskins, J. Nash, N. Telvock, D. Proulx, P. Mar- shall, R. Powers, W. Webb. X. Rowl M Peterg J Hescrodt R Cawbohm T Jacobs D Laxton S Waldron S Kahler C Allhusen L Hares. M X DCLOY5lL0.- Row Marquitz Di Farrelly, il. Dody, F., Pinckney, 'Hoskins, Laudcrdixle, F. Schlaimpi, M. Gross, J. llurtless, D. Outhouse. Row 3+M. Mullally, K. Hares, D. Jayne, P. Pasternak, A. Gansz, D. Knolls, L, Hudson, A Brutck, N Post, S. Bacon, S. Hitchcock, L. Bedell. 3Y Row 1-C. McLeod, E. Burlingame, D. Farrelly, V. Clark, C. Cline, T. Shutter, S. Wulczyk, T. Ruzicka. Row 2- R. Dowd, B. Maurice, S. Burlingame, J, Willis, M. Schultz, K. Koenig, V. Potter. Row 3-H. Jackson, B. Fraher. Row I-S. Bowers, W. Stotler, K. Pine, D. Smith, D. Knapp, M. Pingrin, C. Tata, E. Gillooly, R. Custer. Row 2- D Jordan B. Wheeler, C. Ryan, P. Capacefalo, D, Temple, J. Jorgensen, J. Sage, D. Potter, E. Johnson, Row 3- Auranci, L, Ryan, V. Case, D. Zammett, M. Morsch, R. Rigby, B Stotler, T. White. Rowl R Hooks K Daly V Zakielarz L Nye, D. Lewis, R. Kiphut, B. Loomis, M. Seidenberg. Row 2-P Bratek,E. ifioudahiish, S. Clapli, D. Horr,,S.'Heath, D.Doody, D. Williams, J. Fitch, D. Shockey, Row 3-M. Bow man, K. Middleton, B. Chaphe, G. Crane, R. Outhouse, D. Banker, J. Kahn, L. Clark, M. Plis Cf ,S 4Y'Row 1fP. Moore F. Gillooly, P. Pine, D. Dougherty, R. Talbot, W. Duprey, S. Rossignol, D. Clark, D. DeLorenz0 Row 2-K. MacLbury, D. Chappell, W. Ryan, M. Hares, C. Pethybridge, D. Hull, D. Wayne, C. Walczyk, D. Martin, J. Sigona, C. Costello Row 3-D. Wilson, R. Robinson, E. While, S. Simpson, R. Walter, G. Johnson, N. Vorhxs, R. Young, L. Vreeland, M. Watson. 42 Row 1-D. Cornell, L. Stevens, L. Sanders, D. Wright, R. Freed, M. Dwyer, E. Deland, M, Saya, R. Kapcha, P. Caza, Row 2-R. Halverson, C. Robinson, D. Godkin, L. DeCroff, D. Casler, M. Rancier, D. Cornell, N. Ferguson, 5.. Alexander, D. Ross, S. Cuff, Row 3-B. McAvinney, W. Cravely, L. Ross, C. Shwartz, C. Granger, W, Rusinko, R. Grant, D. Bowen, M. Whipple, J. Sigona. Elemeniarg Educaiion Elemeniarg Principal Mr. Roberi Banker M M Rdfld Elemeniarg Faculfg Caguga 'w'wsws., ,,,,, , Seated-Mrs. Worzbyt, Mrs. Ure, Miss Hewey, Mrs. Rudd, Mrs. Perkins, Miss Gentile, Miss Wethey, Standing-Mrs. Wolfe Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Chase, Mr. Zeck, Mrs. Sevier, Mrs. Gunn, Mrs, Talbot. Picfure Nor Available Mrs. Long, Miss Clancy, Miss Pearcy, Miss Hopkins, Miss Miller, Mrs, Bell, Mrs. Davis, Miss Ripley, Mr. Clark, Miss Craw- ford, Miss Deay, Miss Gans, Mrs. Wilde, Mrs. Merritt, Mrs. Muldoon, Miss Payne, Mrs. Pearcy, Mrs. Healy, Mrs. Clark. Special Eduoaiion Union Springs 10 Q7 if Q 'ii"' ...N WM-. iw , W Row I-M. Devins, R. Pethybridge, V. Brown. Row 2-P. Telvock, S. DeCroff, T. Rancier, D. Custer, S. Cline, E. Panek. Special Educaiion Caguga f Mr S, ,J Row I-Sibyl Rancier, Sarah Wilmarth. Row 2-Robert Clark, Helen Edmunds. SfGHl1'iHgiMIS. Lewicki Elementarg Classes Kindergarten Union Springs Row I-Michael A. Pesca, Timothy Kirkpatrick, Bradley Rouse, Daniel Mallon, John White, Brian Lussier, Daniel Walsh, Christopher Carter. Row 2-Laura Driskill, Narda Millar, Darcel Large, Barbara Becker, Sara Gillooly, Mi- chele Anthony, Julie Casler, Elizabeth Hosier, Carol M. Doyle. Row 3-Robin Nye, ,lay Wilson, Elizabeth Thurston, Scott Lehtonen, Henry Chantler, James Hall, Ronald Jones, Penny Pickard, Michael Austin, Gottlieb Rindfleisch. Row 4- Mrs. Long. Kindergarten Union Springs J Row 1-Edward Raymond, Charles Kostreva, Michael Weldon, James Moulton, Christopher Gardner, Brian Lynn, Gregory Wildman, Richard Ballweber, William Large. Row 2-Diane Young, Jacqueline MacDavitt, Marianne Trufant, Laurine Jones, Lyrae Beth Morse, Renee DeVore. Row 3-Stephen Holmes, Miss Glancy, Gregory Dowley, Richard Jordan, Eileen Painter, Keven Robinson, Gretchen Chaffin, Michael Friedlander, David Smith, Tim Dwyer. Absent: Daniel Hurd, Eric Vanhuskirk. Row I-Richard Palmer, Michael Murray, John Gulliver, Richard Hutchings, Jonathan Loomis, Bryon Barner, John Doody, Scott Rose. Row 2-Jennie Marshall, Brenda Emerson, Noreen McDonald, Debra Wolfe, Patricia Schoff, Katherine Burgett, Michelle Platt, Charlene Chantler. Row 3-Richard Schenck, Hollis Smatkoski, Dennis Crowely, Marie Herrling, Christopher MacLaury, Nancy White, Martin Kahler, Helen Badalamenti, Daniel Rindfleisch, Laurie Jones, Robert Stachr, Mrs. Louise Pearcy. Absent: Mark Arnold Kindergarten Caguga t Row 1-Raymond Newkirk, Kelley Custer, Richard Cioffa, Kenneth Moore, David Crosby, Patrick Fronce, David Boardway, Gary Baldwin, Alan Sanders, Michael Sikora. Row 2--Shana Cuiffrida, James Burlingame, Tammy Hopper, Jeffrey Shutter, Beth Hughes, Mark Trufant, Linda Foster, Scott Jenner, Laura Lewellyn. Row 3-'Mark Jakaub, Denise Chappell, Charles Curtis, Lizette Willis, Thomas Patrick, Deborah Lee, John Lawler, Moni Deyo, Robert Scarbrough, Beverly Carter. Standing -Mrs. Pratt. Im . v if gang: 4 N., bl ' at 61' Row I-Richard Fronce, Mark Wood, Gregory Sawaryn, Douglas Cuff, James Poole, Brian Chappell, James Bums, William Alexander, Mark Finlayson. Row 2-John Leinen, Daniel O'Connell, Lynnette Walczyk, Rebecca Bowden, Nancy Curtin, Leitha Krebs, Cheryl Jakaub, Mark Jaynes. Row 3-Brian Sharp, Gregory VanDuyne, Terri Erving, Maureen Blaisdell, Deh- orah Foster, Keith Day, Vicky Maurice, Carol Ann Ross, Rose Ann Burtless, David Crolick, Craig Lawton. Standing-Mrs. Tyler. Absent-Michele Pender, Stephen Bonilla, Barbara White. Team I union Springs V77 Row I-Robert Banker, Anthony Wilmot, Brian Saxton, Mark Jones, Michael Knapp, Michael Anthony, Steven Schenck. Row 2-Laurie Springstead, Marie Knight, Dehbra Jorgensen, Nancy Raymond, Mashelle Pratt, Maureen Walsh, Angela Stotler. Row 3-Elaine Hill, Lee DeLorenzo, Harold Hoffman, Kelly West, Lorie Smith, Russell Clark, Tamela Ray, William Campbell. Raw 4-Miss Mary Miller, James Vrooman, Michael Knolls, Diana Robinson, Miss Hopkins, Donna Walter, Stephen Cook, Mrs. Davis. Absent-Cindy Beyea, Theresa Daum, Kevin Kurtz, Susan Far- relly, Daniel Hodges, Byron Potter, Tammy Ross, Kevin Ryan, Sharon Treat. Kow 1-Edwin McDonald, Edward Case, Donald Stotler, Michael Seidenberg, Wesley Haight, Douglas Anthony, Rich- ard Pisano. Row 2-Dawn Benham, Barbara Saxton, Dolores Waldron, Ronda Nickerson, Belinda Gillooly, Jean Lau- derdale, Susan Cooper. Row 3-John Young, Angela Painter, Theresa Delaney, Lona Perry, Elaine Kramer, Georgia Martin, Michele Rouse, Laura Cornell. Row 4-Miss Miller, Dana Millar, Lawrence Ormiston, Dale Wagner, Miss Hopkins, Seward Raymond, Timothy Shutter, John Barner, Mrs. Davis. Absent-Richard Driskill, Donna Murray, Katy Woodurd, Susan Fisher, Dennis Mallon, Wayne Yocman, Gregg VanBuskirk Team I Caguga W, , ,, ,,,,,,,,.,Ls., ,.. ,e.e..w,,,,,,,,i,,,, Q MW'-"""t"""' ff , 3 , , hr ? ' F -1 Row I-Eugene Campbell, Kevin Bergerstoek, Donald Wilson, Martin Stebbins, Dennis Heath, Michael Cioffa, Tab Wilde, John Erving. Row 24Dona.ld Shuler, Marilyn Ahearn, Carole Deyo, Kim Breese, Judy Pingrin, Bonnie Car- penter, Donna Ford, Theresa Panek, Louise Jenner, Wayne Curtis. Row 3-Douglas Quill, Beth Moore, William Burns, Sandra Young, Brian Carter, Sarah Frackelton, Michael Fronce, Bonnie Bankert, James Bedell. Row 4- Miss Gentile, Mrs. Wolfe, Miss Hewey. Row 1-Martin Rindfleisch, Cheryl Gilfus, Terri Deyo, Dawn Allan, Deborah Walters, Eileen Eno, Row 2'-'Richard Barnhart, Lester Mumford, Scott Colbert, Philip Cross, James Bowers, James Dougherty, Jeffrey Colvin, David Bram. ley, Barbara Curtis, Kevin Thompson, Peter Sigona, Dawn Wilson, Cindy Williams, Charles Riffle. Row Hflames Casbohm, Kevin Caza, Martin Sehooley, Miss Hewey, Mrs. Wolfe, Miss Gentile. Absent-Edward Llewellyn, Kay Mey- ers, Harold DuPrey. eam II Union Springs I ,sy If Row I-Kathleen Sehoff, Mark Casler, Richard Wilson, Glenn Gaston, Douglas Soucy. Row 2-David Pinchak, Deborah Gulliver, Kathleen Rindfleiseh, Rebecca Albright, Timothy Powers. Row 3-Diane Walter, Laraine Hawley, Virginia Bratek, Terry Nickerson, David Zink. Row 4+Kenneth Dawley, Annette Emerson, Barbara White, Mary Jane Painter, Florence Washburn. Row 5-Michael Ryan, Monica Davis, Mary Ward, Timothy Rafferty, Emil Rindfleisch. Standing-Miss Faucette, Miss Ripley, John Friedlander, Timothy McElwain, Patrick Watson, Rodney Hutchings, Steven Stark, Albert Potter, Miss Cans, Martin Lynn, Thomas Gillooly. of '---. W XX ' Row I-Joseph Staehr, Eleanor Schwarz, Perry Pratt, Sherry Hares, Donald MacDavitt, Linda Hedger, John Clark, Row 2- .leffrey Laxton, Michael Rogers, Keith Downey, Michele Sanders, Lon Larke, Marlene Pisano, Julia Vazquez. Row 3-Mark Kahler, Roselm- McDonald, Gary Shockey, Edward Trufant, Elizabeth Mekeel, Donald Gilfus. Row 4-Gay Arnold, Lisa Hoatland, Dann Wil- son, Donna Young, William Bush. Standing-David Austin, Timothy Walsh, Beverly Loomis, Bradley Rindfleisch, Loren Raymond, Michele West, Miss Faucette, Miss Cans, Miss Ripley. Absent-Margie Knapp, James Vreeland 74 A eam III union Springs 9 df .fa-""!'J .....-wi? Row I-Shelley Jordan, Kraig Downey, Edward Pisano, Donald Roderick, Cathleen McDonald. Row 2-Mary Lou Maleski, Denise Anthony, Darlene Large, Timothy Smith, Douglas Rafferty. Row 3-Jacquelyn Anthony, Douglas Babbitt, Carol Saxton, Mark Hudson, Connie Nickerson. Row 4-f-Robert Davis, Kathryn Lewis, Bruce Fisher, Barbara Sanders, Dale Leone. Row 5--Jackie Jenner, Jenny Young, Paula Brant, Dale Crawley, Brian Palmer, Standing-Larry Potter, Gregory Schoff, Philip Herrington, Scott Loomis, Robert DeLand, Mrs. Healy, Mrs. Clark, Miss Crawford. Row I-Richard Waldron, Bruce Jones, Heather Schlappi, Raymond Austin, Dean Hardy. Row 2iRuSsell Jenner, Kathy Beyea, Debbie Schenck, Timothy Case, Richard Anthony. Row 3fAngie Culliver, Roxanne Jump, Gregory Large, David MacDaniel, Regina Strecker. Row 4-Sue Martin, Elizabeth Faynor, Merry Amold, Michael Mack, Corinne MacDavitt. Row 5-Mark Sanders, James Osborne, Douglas Bower, David Hudson, Daniel Sanders. Standing-'Cindy Grader, Tony Lauderdaleg Clinton Dawley, Robert Gilmore, Judi Brown, Miss Crawford, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Healy, Absent-Raymond Young. 76 U n V P I Team IV Union Springs ,,,,.f"' ..,--Q If .. ,,-.,,,, .. y.,-"' X, AI Row 1-Mark Vrooman, Ted Pasternak, Lillie Washburn, Cindy Large, Susan Downing. Row 2-Julie Webb, Robin DeLorenzo, Tom Smith, Randy Dwyer, Robert'Cooper. Row 3-Matt Powers, Mark Shutter, Billy Hitchcock, Dean Waldron, Andrew Rindfleisch. Row 4-Brenda Morrissey, Terri Hope, Carole Bommersbach, Susan Gibbs, Patti Becker. Row 5-Pat Walsh, Tim Emerson, Elizabeth Clark, Diana Lussier, Karen Shockey. Standing-Donna MacLaurey, Sharon Friendlander, Selma Rindfleisch, Ellen Stamp, Amy Whitehead, Linea Brown, Mrs. Merritt, Miss Payne, Miss Deay. StandingMDavid Babbitt, Paul Moyson, David Seidenberg, Pat Ryan, Timothy Mack, David Anthony, Harold Lewis. Row I-William Gaston, Beverly Hedger, Jeffrey Jackson, David Lewis, Mary Lou Austin. Row 2-Kevin Raymond, James Haight, Patricia Kahlcr, Harry Lynn, Diana Waldron. Row 3-Stuart Gibbs, James Fisher, Cheryl Bommersbach, Christine Ludwick, Viola Phillips. Row 4-Nancy Hitchcock, Deborah Knight, Tom McElwain, Gail Nye, Laurie Rindfleisch. Row 5-Charles Chantler, Robert Duckett, Hilary Hoffman, Dona Leone, Cynthia Schenck. Standing-left to right-Mrs. Merritt, Miss Deay, Miss Payne, Richard Saxton, Douglas Kramer, Lloyd Tratt, Karen Schlappi, Cheryl Potter, Karen Pinchak, Terry Matzen, Cheryl Wilsey, Suzanne Bush, Michele Lussier, Shawnee Wilson. 79 eam V Caguga U-sa' 44 Row I-Vicky Juli, Wayne Day, Mary Fuller, Alan Merkley, Ronald Wright, Russell Mills. Row 2-Beverly Jurezak, Greg Lawson, Vicky Riffle, Darlene Hares, Cheryl Powers, Nancy Talbot. Row 3-Connie Custer, Neta Walter, Douglas Bell, Mark Roblijiisone Alan Wheeler, Sidney Cuff, Scott Bardreau, Elaine Walczyk, Helen Bowman, Dawn Croesbeck, Debbi Deyo. Row 4 - rs. unn. Row I--Ethel Steele, Natalie Rigby, Mark Pollard, Allen Clark, Cynthia Gilfus. Row 2-Miles Uebelman, David Shuler, Greg- ory Jakaub, Dohald Pinckney, Robert Jacobs. Row 3YKathy Devins, Jill Cornelius, Wayne Hoskins, Susanne Pingrin, Susan Walters. Row 4-Robert Dudek, Roberta Sigona, Ronda Wilde, John Gross, Eva Bond. Row 5-Michele Arnold, Mary Ann Kelly, Douglas Atwater, Joy Moore, Joe McAvinney. Standing-Mr. Zeck. . W I '82' SCHOOL LIFE Mr. Clifford Lucas N'-XM., Mr. R. Allen Shotwell Guidance Counselors ,rd-x. Mr. William Paczkowski School Psgohologisi Mr. Ralph Brown Speech Therapi's+ Mr. Alberi Qinnegan ealih Services M Dr. Leonard Seidenberg Dr. N. L. Woodford Miss Pethybridge, Mrs. Gilmore Mrs. Smolak QQ ,. , Iv .V , vs ,J J. ,V I , ' X .3 NJ -1 X 'J ny! ' . ' in Z . : . 75 3" K, ' , 1" Ny ff.f55'M N , J 1 ' ANU Cafeierua 9+q,ffffjf5i.fM Union Springs F F ront-Mrs. Vrooman, Mrs. Moyson, Mrs. Drown, Mrs. Watkins. Back-Mrs. Nickles, Mrs. Crawley, Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Gravely. Q V Ji Q ., Rl ,X 'n x 'S "J - '-In x I "1 -.J . .J F c 3 X ,Vx 'di I 7 1 X A ' fp 1 ,f 41,541 0 If X ' Y ,1 1 ' 'ff 1 f I Ll I 4' M..-LJC L X 1' - X' Nu rf, if , I I V ,,,., ,tg rrrygh Vx ? X1 I , ff fW.fU1..5'y H ks, 5. ....... .M sss. ...... i Lf yn l if C L, V I H32 X 2 f h V7 K. ' 'A f' - 124.1 X 1 I' W 5 I Q L ' - Q X rx , VV ,xyrk M ,kri xi 's X? ' Q , -M ,, - . 'X P- X XX , ,X ' . x xg- ' X, Q "Adi, Mrs. Carter 55 55 suis sw Ah X-.Nryl b big, cy AQLXZ1' lL,VLLt1zf Q ,MQ 1 f f, 14. f , XL. gf 1. L V, Ll 'C AL' 1' 4? v 1 C " iz., Q, ,-.a C' 'J7 I "!gL",,1LfXJ1' V 1 1. H Office Miss D'Agostino Mrs. Zammett Mrs. Fischer Mrs. Buchko, Mrs. Whaley Mrs. Whrtehead aff ,tAS""49r Mrs. Bower Mrs. Hurlbutt Mrs. Pethybridge CAYUGA TEACHER AIDES-Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Bowers. Left to Right Front-Mr. Riester, Mr. Pritchard, Mr. Reilley, Mrs. Morse, Mr. Anthony, Mr. Lowery. Back-Mr. Frank Wagner, Mr. Wells, Mr, Donovan, Mr. Kinney, Mr. Walter, Mr. Tavener, Mr. Walter, Mr. Bowen. , Bus Drivers Z0L0!6CAf x fm-1 an WJMQLAL 90 Mainfenance Mr. Donovan, Mr. Foster, Mr. Jones, Mr. Wells, Mr. Van Liew. Mr. Hitt, Mr. Axion, Mr. Myers il' N QM? 1.,, EL A S55 S B . , S , K ff- , Nw, ' - - is W 7' ' 33 59" 1' I Z W, . j T 5 i .gig Y' if' jg ' ' i ' L ' Y? Ez W4 4 , Q K -W,, ' zyk v i ,ww f 4, F, ' YQ 5 5f t W' - is 5' ' ,lf LQ H' ui xt I Na ACTIVITIES Qiudeni Council Sitting-N. Daly, B. Bennett, J. Reilley, S. Scofield, D. Paczkowski, C. Porter, J. Panek, C. Becker, M. Vazquez, K. Fox. Szandin -J. Wh l C. P ' aey, owers, A. Avery, E. Lauderdale, L, Rymph,L. Post, Mr. Thomas Lldred. g President-Barbara Redfield, Vice President--Dave Paczlcowski ,.,..............-.----f ..,... 3 Sitting-N. Pasternak, N. Daly, G. Porter, L. Rymph, L, Avery, L. Mix. Standing-L. Post, G. Burtless, D. Paczkowski, R Whaley, B. Redfield, N. Carter. Aquilifer Chapier The Naiional Honor Socieig lv, 97 Qk' Row I-M. Patten, L. Cumm, D. Doody, O. Quill, L. Wicks, L. Ptaszek, S. Scofield, L. Rymph I u B. J.-Reister, K. Daly, B. Young, R. Bratek, T. Kelly, P. Vrooman, D. Hollatz, Row 2-N Pasternak, A. White, M. Clapp. - ' ' R 1-W.M',A.A ,c.F',J.T ,M.C-l.R 2-M. AUdIO VISUHI Aldes VgZ1uez,C.Clai:k, D.IrlgZlls,K.Fl2Qell4.Vazc::ii1aez,T.G2:1i:li1er,ll1ujKiphul. 98 Future Homemakers of America yi LL.. Row 1-B. Rossignol, C. Day, D. Cuff, W. Stark, D, Potter. Row 2-G. Hickcox, J. Salato, N. Ba.rden, L. Whipple, B. Law- ton, D. Allhusen. Row 3-C. Burtless, S. Springstead, C. VerStreate, G. Raymond, Mrs. Hicks, P. Burroughs. Future Farmers of America Row 1-W. Kahler, T. Quill, E. Stark, P. Saxton, D. Whitehead, W. Waldron, K. Pethybridge. Row 2-D. Woodruff, B. Quill B. Hitchcock, E. Fuller, D. Alnutt, R. Woodruff, R. Jordan, Mr. Burgett. l00 , . Q., . ,.., . we. . , -njggfz... 1 ,-, - .Mk Row I-Miss Hockeborn, L. Clark, J. Denman, L. Wilson, J. Panek, L, Rymph, S. Duckett, G. Porter, L. Morgan, D. Mundt. Row 2-R. Casler, B Young, E. Patience, S. Seofield, P. Palmieri, K. Walczyk, G. Stupp, R. Bratek, T. Kelly, S. Shank. Row 3-P. Morsch D. Paczkowski, L. Outhouse, J. Hoskins, L. Steele, D. Potter, C. Raymond, M. Simmons. Row 4-U. Hollatz, T. Quill, A. 'Ilraver, P. Tata, L. Ciulla, G. Whaley, N. Fabian, J, Pearse, C. Moore. Row 5-M. Clapp, C. Case, B. Bennett, C. Becker, S. Denman, V. Albright, B. Blaisdell, J. Wilson, B. Hawley. Row 6-L. Ptaszek, N. Piels, M. Cumm, K. Pinckney. Future Teachers of America -.f1......-w. au..-1 Newspaper Qfaff Sitting-D. Doody, N. Barden, M. Hartwell, P. Morsch, S. Shank. Standing-Mr. John Kula, L. Avery, N. Carter, C. Porter, M. Clapp, L. Outhouse, E. Lauderdale, G. Burtless, B. Cornell K - J I if u gl THE TATLER l02 ,k I 'M- S-, .HM X Q I 'esiillllf ! A F Q il. C O XXQJ R K J , ge? J ,ff VWQZ -sfg J flf f f. N E255 Debaiing eam Q M Avg ' Sitting-C. Burtless, D. Whitehead, M. Lauderdale. Standing-P. Smith, A. White, Mr. John Kula, E, Lauderdale C Burtless. Forensics fix n to I 553 f fQEET H6595 l . 1 ' W "dnt 't ' t x lt S- X X ra, - ii 1 , I X J,- Concert Band i J W WN if Row I-B. Middleton, K. Gaston, C. Chapin, C. Bilak. Row 2-C. Burtiess, D. Gibbs, C. Burtless, J. Hoskins, N. Pasternak. Row 3-L. Hurlbutt, J. Jones, J. Whitehead, M. Aldrich, B. Riester. J. Jacobs. Row 4-P. Benda, D. Atwater, D. Wayne, P. Smith, B. Cornell, D. Whitehead, L. Post, B. Kahler. W. Mix, P. Tavener, Mr. John Downey. lllyl Fas ifvliu ' ' r D u rs' l Judy Reilgqiygoiznce band Row 1-P. Smith, Mr. J, Reed, B. Kahler, L. Post, A. Traver. Row 2-P. Benda, J. Whitehead, D. Robinson, B. Riester, D Whitehead, W. Cornell. Paula Tata Patty King 9 Senior Colon I Row I-M. Burlingame, C. Casler, S, Salls. Row 2-J. Burtless, N. Piels, R. Quinones J. Burtless, M. Patten. Majo Puard And t . wg e J' R 1 af 'k NNQSA. Dorisanne DeL0renz0 Hes Sharyn Scofield Nancy Morrissey Elaine Patience C 4 D Row I-C. Burtless, K. Gaston, B. Middleton, B. Hurlbutt, J. Jacobs. Row 2-M. Aldrich, D Gibbs, N. Pasternak, L. Post, C. Burtless. Row 3-C. Schreiber, C. Schlappi, D. Atwater, P. Benda C. Bilak. Row 4-W. Mix, C. Bilak, C. Chapin, J, Hoskins, P. Tavener. Row 5-J. Whitehead W. Kahler, B. Riester, D. Robinson, D. Whitehead. Row 6-D, Wayne, J. Jones, P. Smith, Mr. Senior Marching .Band All-Coun+g Band and Chorus Roi: 1-B. Middleton, K. Gaston, L. Post, N. Pasternak. Row ZHG. Bunless, D. Wayne, B. Kahlef, W. Mix Row I-AC. Rigby, J. Saxton, S. Cooper, C. Tata, L, Mix, V. Zakielarz. Row 2-W. McAvinney D. Whitehead, C. Schlappi, K. Soucy, M. Bowman, D. Banker, J. Kahn Senior Chorus Row I M Aldrich P. Llewellyn, M. Vrooman, D. Paczkowski, J. Reilley, N. Piels, S. Powers, B. Hawl y, L. Jul' J, Wh le R 2 B Mlddleton C Wa1CZYkv D- V0Sb'-lfgh, S. Williams, M. Stape, L. Hurlbutt, M. Cumm, B, Walters, N? King, Shuttez: J H?Jl3klHS Row 3 M Dec L Post, J. Peck, C. Burtless, C. Cuff, E. Skillett, Row 4-J. Merkley, C. Schlappi, J. Jorgensen, D. Gibbs F Emml IW vgaggett T Quill J. Wood, D. Atwater, C. Schreiber. Row 5-B. Bommersbach, D. Whitehead, J, Whitehead, K. Schrelber B Rlester ayne SOUTH PACIFIC This year's presentation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical "South Pacifjdl' by the senior chorus was acclaimed as one of the best they have yet produced. Parts were cast and rehearsals begun in January, and shortly afterward the stage crew was busy collecting the props necessary to represent Seabees on a Pacific island during World War ll. ln this operetta Nelly, a Navy nurse, played by Peg Vrooman, succumbs to the charms of Emile DeBeque, a Frenchman, acted by Bruce Bommersbach. During the ensuing scenes the audience meets Bloody Mary, a shrewd native woman fBeth Hurl- huttj, Her lovely daughter Liat fNancy Kingj, Liatis lover Lt. Joe Cable fPaul Tav- enerl, his commanding officer,-Captain Brackett fDon Waynej, along with many delightful sailors, nurses, and native girls. Everyone who saw i'South Pacific" agreed that it was a worthwhile evening. s..,: Qouih Pacuiic Y 'XF in Ill Junior Marching Band Row I-B. Badalamenti, L. Bowers, D. Clark, K. Ringwood, L. Banker, D. Large, K. Soucy, K. Bench, B. Fromel. Row 2-D. Clark E. Pesek, V. Zakielarz, J. Ringwood, D. Clark, J. Fisher, D. Lewis, D. Bander, L. Clem. Row 3-D. Cornell, L. Mix, P. Caza L. Nye, R. Foster, D. Bowen, B. Talbott, M. Seidenberg, B. Ryan. Row 4-C. Nye, B. Wheeler, L. Hoskins, G. Rigby, K. Cumm, S. Crowley. f fa 3 Q 7 'lil - -X J lI2 Junior Conoeri Band l! 55' Row 1-E. Pesek, P Perkins C. Merkley, D. Clark J Ringwood, K. Cumm L M' T. B'l k K . , , . , . ix, 1a , . Jarvis, S. Heath. Row 2-Mr. John Reed S. Hedger, S. Cook, E. Deland, L. Hoskins, C. Rigby, W. Ryan, M. Fuller, S. Gilmore, B. Badalamenti. Row 3-J. Saxton, D. Large, T Reilley, M. Seidenberg, L. Hoskins, D. Bowen, B, Talbott, B. Wheeler, B. Fromel, L. Bowers. Row 4-J. Fisher, V. Zakielarz, D. Clark, L Banker, K. Bench, R. Foster, R, Gibbs, P. Chappell, L. Clem. Row 5-D. Lewis, L. Soucy, C. Hudson, D. Banker, S. Roudabush, C. Ryan M. Ryan, P. Chappell, K. Ringwood, D, Pitcher, Row 6-D. Cornell, M.DeLorenzo, L. Nye, S. Corwley. W l l l II4 Bogs' Junior Chorus Row I-I. Hiserodt, R. Deyo, S. Gilmore, D. Gilfus, D. Laxton, M. Seidenberg, J. Frackelton, T. King, B. Wilson, T. Ruzicka, P. Chappell, C. Tata, D. Walowsky, T. Farrelly. Row 245. Walczyk, D. Martin, R. Foster, L. Hoskins, L. Hoskins, R. Christensen, J. Nash, P. Pincknefy, B. Trufant, C. Rigby, R. Gibbs, R. Dwyer. Row 3YP. Bratek, B. McAvinney, H. Jackson, K. Walters, G, Robinson, R. Proulx, J. Willis, M. Schultz, G. Crane, K. Koenig, M. Hares, K. Daly. Accompanist-P. Seidenberg. Girls' Junior Chorus f'S Sky Row 1-D. DeLorenzo, S. Cook, M. MacDaniel, C. Davis, T. Reilley, B. Badalamenti, S. Kahler, L. Hares, S. Waldron, C. Hardy, D. Jenner. Row 2-K. Hares, L. Banker, R. Doody, M. Moon, L. Bench, M. Damon, A. Clem, M, Heath, C. McCleod, M. Rancier, D. Knolls, M. Mulalley. Row 3JK. Soucy, S. Roudabush, L. Sanders, P. Capocefalo, F. Cillooley, K. Costello, P. Moore, D. Williams, D. Lewis, V. Zakielarz, L. Hudson, A. Bratek. Row 44L. Bcnda, M. Ryan, S. Clapp, J. Kahn, B. Young, L. Vreeland, D. Chappell, M. Morsch, E. White, D. Wilson, J. Body. Accompanists-S. Cooper, D. Banker, M. Bowman, J. Nickerson. . ATHLETICS Dur Varsity Club if ' is The Varsity Club grew again this year. The clubis constitution was redrafted and, hopefully, the aims of the club have been clarified and updated. A new system of admittance has been established under which an athlete fills out an application, obtained from the club advisor, and is admitted at semi-annual induction meetings. Mr. O'Leary, our advisor this year, was helped by the other members of the coaching staff in pro- viding the leadership and guidance that is necessary to produce good athletes. Varsity Club jackets were given to all senior members of the club. These jackets serve as a reward to seniors and as an incentive to all younger members. .ff THE OFFICERS President .......... David Paczkowski l Vice President ......... Ron Hess Secretary ..... . . Tim Clark Treasurer . . . . . Bob Mills THE SENIORS Row 1-B. Dougherty, P, Powers. Row 2-J. Wright, W. Kime, E. Clark. Row 3-M. Hill, K. White, R. Casler, M. Adamus. Row 4-H. Slywka, C. Pagano, D. Bowman, B. Mills, D. Paczkow- ski. Girls' Athletic Association Senior C. A. A. members Senior high school G. A. A. members The main purpose of the Girl's Athletic Association is to provide an opportunity for every girl in Senior high school to participate in sports. Under the supervision of the advisor, Miss Janet Richards, the girls take part in intramurals and sports days. The girls earn awards on the basis of a point system. The officers for this year were: Presi- dent, Terry Kellyg Vice president, Kathy Fritzg Secretary-treasurer, Laurie Wilson. Class B Soccer Champs Row I-P. Powers, B. Cummings, C. Clark, L. Riford, Coach Kover, B. Kahler, J. Dud-ek, T. Kime, J. Jorgensen. Row 2-J. Wright, B. Dougherty, D. Wayne, P. Quill, D. Ingalls, B. Reister, Mgr. D. Gibbs. Row 3-R. Casler, D. Ferguson, M. Adamus, G. Burtless, P. Smith, K. Schreiber, D. Paczkowski. Row 4?-J. Tata, D. White, C. Paczkowski, A, White, M. Casler, E. Dwyer, J. Jacobs. The Varsity soccer team, under the leadership of its new coach, Jonas Kover, had its most success ful season in recent years. Increased team effort enabled Union Springs to win the Class B Cham pionship of Cayuga County and to advance to the sectionals, where they were defeated by a strong Truxton Central team. The U. S. squad was sparked this season by the scoring of senior David Paczkowski who netted y a strong defense consisting of seniors Rich Casler, Bill Dough- ten goals. The offense was backed b erty, Phil Powers, and goalie J im Wright Next year's team should have a fine nucleus to work from with seven experienced first-string members returning, along with a strong bench. It is hoped that the turn-out will b d e goo next year so that the soccer team may continue to win. THE RECORD U. AS. 5-1 Port Byron U. S. 0-5 S. C. C. S. U. S. 1-4 Manlius U. S. 4--0 Port Byron U. S. 0-4 S. C. C. S. U. S. 2-3 Manlius Starting Team -,qw ,K-ffm, I . . P 7 2, "Who threw the nickel? ?" "The hard Way," .ANEJW that I gOt this fiif, what do I do , It uwhere the 4103? is Bowman-gn "Here I am Coach!" 0ur Varsitg Team Fights On Raw 1-B. Mills, C. Pagano, D. Bowman, T. Clark, C. Stamp, R. Mills, B. Hill, Row 2-Coach O'Leary, E. Lauderdale, R Hess, T. Slywka, E. Lynn, H. Slywka, E. Clark, J. Peck, D. Kapcha. Row 3-D. Canino, R. Whaley, B. Springstead, E Farrelly, K. White, B. Kime, D. Telvock. The 1966 football team started out on a winning note by defeating a strong Phelps team 6-0, and ended the season with a respectable 3-4-1 record. The leading ground gainer for the U. S. C. S. '4WolverinesH was Senior, Harry Slywka, who played tail back this year. Rounding out the backfield were Ken White, Ted Slywka and Eric Lynn. Leading the team, defensively, was Senior, Ed Clark, who showed a real desire to win even when the odds were not in our favor. Senior members of the team this year were: Harry Slywka, Carl Pagano, Dave Bowman, Ken White, Bob Mills, Dan Telvock, Ed Clark, Mike Hill, and Bill Kime, At the end of the season Harry Slywka and Carl Pagano were chosen for the County All-Star Team. ' This year the team was plagued by numerous injuries to key men, but the coaches are looking forward to a fine team next year with many returning lettermen. THE 1966 FOOTBALL RECORD U. S. ..... 6 0 ..... Phelps fnon-leaguej U. S. ...... 16 7 ...... Moravia U. S. ..... O 0 ..... Lansing fnon-leaguej U. S. ...... 47 6 ......... Cato U. S. ..... 13 27 ..... Mexico U. S. ...... 12 14 .... Weedsport U. S. ..... 14 25 ..... Port Byron fnon-leaguej U. S. ...... 10 19 ...... Manlius J.V.'s Lose One. Place Second The J. V.'s started out the season on the wrong foot by losing to Weedsport in a pre-season game, 26-0. However, they went on to lose only one other game during the season, to Port Byron, who went undefeated this year. ln regular season play they defeated Weedsport, 12-6. The team showed much improvement and also displayed great team effort. Leading the team in scoring was Dick Vroomang Mike Davis, Steve Gelsi, Alan Avery, and Mark Albright also scored. Gary Stamp showed such an outstanding performance as tackle that by the latter part of the season he was raised to the varsity squad. Also showing good defensive ability were Kirk Hares, Dave Schenck, and Craig Powers. Their hard work and enthusiastic interest in the sport enabled them to place second in the Cayuga County League. U. S. OPPONENT O 26 .......... . . Weedsport 14 13 . . . . . . Manlius 6 O .... . . . Moravia 26 0 . . . ...... Cato 0 20 . . . . . Port Byron 12 6 . . . . . Weedsport Row 1-S. Celsi, D. Rannings, C. Butts, M. Vazquez, K. Hares, G. Stamp, M. Davis. Row 2-Coach Marinelli, C. Powers, M Albright, A. Avery, B. Farrelly, P. Wilson, D. Vrooman, L. Hess, S. Young, D. Witchey, mgr. Row 3-F. Saya, K. Schalappi, D Whitehead, M. Casler, D. Salato, B. Jordan, K. Fox, D. Cornell, F. Robinson. Caguga County Champions Row I-D. Schenck, P. Powers, D, Wayne, T. Lawton, D. Graham, C. Powers. Row 2-R. Mills, C. Pagano, D. Ferguson K. White, R. Casler. The U. S. C. S. wrestling team had a very successful season this year. They placed third in the W'ayne Finger Lakes League by losing two very close matches, one to Phelps by two points and one to Dundee by one. They also tied Victor, the league champions, 20-20. However, in the Cayuga County League they were first in league competition with a 5 and 1 record. They also took the County Tour- nament by a large margin. Three first place winners, one second, and five third enabled the team to place third in the Union Springs Invitational Tournament. Four boys placed first in the County Tournament: at 95, Craig Powers, at 120, David Wayne, at 138, Rich Casler, and at 165, David Fer- guson. Carl Pagano placed second While five other members of the team placed third. The team will surely miss the four seniors from this yearis varsity squad: Phil Powers, Ken White, Carl Pagano, and Rich Casler. At the end of the year, a team captain and an outstanding wrestler were selected by the team. Phil Powers was elected captain, and Rich Casler was elected the outstanding Wrestler of the year. With the returning lettermen and some interested Freshmen, the team can look forward to another successful season next year. Coach Parker Pin or not?? J.V. Wresilers Left to Right-G. Duckett, B. Mix, B. Kuhler, D. Atwater, P. Smith. Sensor Wresilers A+ Work Rich Casler 138 Carl Pagano 180 v . N5 S... I Phil Powers 127 Kell White 154 1966-1967 Basketball Team E. Farrelly, E. Clark, E. Lauderdale, D. Paczkowski, B. Mills, D. Bowman, G. Wright, H. Slywka, M. Davis, J. Hill, T, Slywka, W. Kime, J. Wright This year's basketball team ended the season with a'3-9 record in league play and a 5-11 record overall. It was not as successful a season as hoped for, but the whole team worked hard. Dave Bowman, the teamis leading scorer, was also third leading scorer in the county with a 20.3 average. He was elected to the All-Star team this year. The departing Seniors are: Dave Bowman, Harry Slywka, Eddie Clark, ,lim Wright, Dave Paczkowski, Bob Mills and Bill Kime. Next year's team will have a number of returning veterans and should do well. The team was honored with the presentation of the sportsmanship trophy at the annual play-off games. This award was voted on by the coaches of the county schools. THE RECORD US 72-71 Lansing Mount Carmel US 53-65 Moravia SCCS US 55-89 SCCS Cato US 52-58 Manlius Manlius US 74-61 Cato Port Byron US 58-63 Port Byron Lansing US 52-66 Weedsport Weedsport US 64-52 Moravia Mount Carmel 54-35 79-62 84-92 61 -44 9 1 -59 57-63 64-43 69-41 Coach O'Conner US US US US US US US US J.V. Basketball Lansing 67-48 U. 38-44 Mt. Carmel Moravia 33-47 U. 32-24- S. C. C. S. S. C. C. S 52-46 U. 46-39 Cato Manlius 17-36 U. 35-32 Manlius Cato 24-30 U. 43-23 Port Byron Port Byron 22-50 U. 52-49 Lansing Weedsport 54-28 U. 25-23 Weedsport Moravia 29-44 U. S. 60-57 Mt. Carmel Coach Marinelli The 1966-67 Junior Varsity basketball team had the best season in recent years. The team tied for first place with Southern Cayuga. The only losses in league play were to Southern Cayuga and Weeds- port. They compiled a 10-2 record in league competition and a 12-4 record over-all. Leading the team this year were Curtis Clark, in scoring, with 201 points and Dave Ingalls in re- bounding with 182 rebounds. Rounding out the starting team were Alan Avery, Ken Fox, and Dick Vrooman. An equally successful team is expected next year with the return of many experienced players. Also, the varsity should have greater depth with the raising of some of the J. V.'s to varsity level. D. Vrooman, D. Ingalls, M. Vazquez, S. Young, K. Fox, M. Albright, C. Clark, A. Avery, M. Becker, T. Kime, J. Jorgensen, P. Wright Our Upcoming Basketball Stars 3 K Ni. SEVENTH GRADE Row I-J. Saxton, C. Nye, R. Casbohrn, B. Laxton, M. Pingrin. Row 2-D. Outhouse, P. Pinckney, W. Webb, K. Proulx, S. Lauderdale, F. Schlappi. The J. J. V. Teams had fairly good seasons. The eightlr grade team ended the year with a 2-3 record. The main purpose of these games is to give the players experience on the court. Coach DeVore says there is much talent coming up for future teams. U. S. Cato 31 35 U. S. Port Byron 32 42 U. S. Port Byron 32 54 U. S. Weedsport 35 28 U. S. S. C. C. S. 28 25 -,rg .x in -M -- - H EIGHTH GRADE Row I-T. Shutter, D. Martin, K. Daly, J. Jorgensen. Row 2-K. Koenig, R. McEl- wain, R. Outhouse, K. Middleton. Winier Sporfs Dag Volleg Ball 5 I Row 1-R. Springstead, J. Marquit, M. Powers, W. Dougherty, L. Hess. Row 2-B. Bommers- bach, J. Paczkowski, R. Hess, C. Dygert, J. Peck, K. Ferguson. Table Tennis r V D. Kapcha, T. Gardner, D. Robinson. Bowling Row I-D. White. Row 2-T. Clark, G Frazier, M. Casler. Absent-J. Tata. Tennis Team Has High Hopes mi C 1 V N Row 1-P. Wilson, J. Paczkowski Row 2-C. Clark, D. Paczkowski, E. Clark Last year's tennis team, under the leadership of Coach Eric Brown, had a very good season. The U. S. tennis team took second in the Cayuga County Tennis League. First man on the team was played by Junior Dave Paczkowski, who had a 9-1 record. Second man was Junior Ed Clark and third man was Freshman Curtis Clark. The doubles team and alternates were Jerry Paczkowski, Dave Kapcha, Gerald Patience, Mike Vazquez, and Phil Wilson. This year the team will be under the leadership of Coach Sinnegan. The hopes are high for a very successful season this year with the top three men from last year returning. Coach Sinnegan is hoping for a good turn-out this year so that there will be some experienced men to take the place of the graduating members of the squad next year. Preseni P331 i I i I David Paczkowski Coach Sinnegan Coach Brown Ed Clark SE mlm 2nd man I 965 Golf Team Row I-K. Hares, J. Tata. Row 2-T. Gardner, P. Smith, D. Whaley, S. Young The 1965-1966 golf team captured the county trophy last year. The five starting players: Mike Jones, Pat Tata, Boyd Foster, John Mundt and Bill Stamp, have graduated leaving this year's team with all new members. Although none have played the higher positions on the team, they have gained experience on the golf course. Nevertheless the team is hoping for another successful season and possibly another county title. 1965-1966 SCORES Manlius U. S. 8Vg 115 fnon-leaguej Weedspg U. S. 2 8 Mount Carmel U. S. 8 2 Qnon-leaguej Port By-rg U. S. Scores not Available QQ U. S. Scores not Available Manlius U. S. fnon-league? 716 zyq Weedspglj- U. S. 1172 8172 Port Bylgg U. S. Scores not Available Cato U- S- Scores not Available 1966 Baseball Team Row 1-W. Christensen, T. Marquit, M. Hill, H. Slywka, G. Jorgensen, S. Case, W. Dougherty, N. Clark. Row 2-Coach Kula. J. Hill, J. Coleman, P. Schenck, R. Cornell, R. Hess, J. C. Ryan. The '66 baseball season did not see the Springers achieve an impressive winning record, how- ever, they did prove to be the spoilers in the County League, by defeating Weedsport and knocking them out of championship contentiong outside the league, they broke the 19 game winning string of Lansing. The '66 team was supported by the strong hitting of Harry and Ted Slywkag the pitching of Glenn Jorgensen, and a good job of catching by "Barney" Hill. Mike Hill, Steve Case, Bill Dough- erty, Tim Marquit, Ron Hess, John Curtis, and Ed F arrelly were the pitchers for U. S. The 67 team could be a tough one seeing that the squad suffered th l f e oss o only four seniors. Also, there will be an abundance of experience which was gained in last year's competition. am fig ' QQ f y Q 1 S ' lg qi., x 1 . a fe-sy 5 A if-ilu: Track Team Breaks Record Row I-B. Walters, J. Wright, D. Graham, G. Zakielarz, S. Saad, K. Fox. Row 2-E. Fuller, D. Lynn, D. Seitz, B. Kahler A. White, D. VanHouten. Last yearis track team suffered because of lack of participation. However, Coach DeVore is look- ing forward to a bright future with the return of experienced members. One of the bright spots of last year's season was the record breaking two mile run in the Cayuga County relay meet. The relay team was composed of ,lim Wright, Sam Saad, George Zakielarz, and Alan White. Hopes are high that there will be a better turn-out for track in the future. if gf 1 I Our Advisor Miss Janet Richards During Miss Sobota's few years at Union Springs, she has made many friends, be- ing ready to help whenever and wherever possible. After school she is often found su- pervising cheerleading practice or preparing the pep club for an all-important basketball game. She is an avid sports fan and rides the spectator buses to each game. For this we feel she deserves our thanks and appreciation. Miss Richards has been with us for two years, and in this short time she has become a well-liked member of the faculty. The time she devotes to her classes and the effort and enthusiasm she inspires is greatly admired. Thank you for doing so well. Special Thanks .- 4. ..... sf Qs- . Miss Helen Sobota Officials' Club Row I-D Paczkowski L. Mix, S. Scofield, D. Mundt, P. Doty, L. Morgan, T. Kelly, E. Shutter, P. Vrooman, C. Reilley Row 2-J.'J0neS, K. Fritz, s. Duckett, K. Freed, K. cm, s. Baker, L. Wicks, M. Ryan, J. Lavey, Row 3-P. Mofsch, N. Daly, M. Stupp, S. Coapman, L. Whipple, P. Tata, R. Bratek These girls, throughout the various sports seasons, have officiated. Often times they have been called on to officiate at games on the spur ofthe moment, but they have always come through. With Miss Richards as their advisor, the girls have not only officiated well, but have learned more about the sports they enjoy. fm ?f XJ E-if f QQ' 9 . 999' ff' 5 Q' Terry Kelly, President 1 Our Varsiig Cheerleaders l Nancy Daly Linda Mix Ellie Shutter ! Peg Vrooman Connie Reilley Kathy Fritz Kathy Walczyk Jagvee Cheerleaders Top to Bottom-S. Pinckney, D. Mundi, P. Stotler, M. Hitchcock, D. Hures, D. Fritz D. Paczkowski. Rita Bratek, Manager All Star Hockeg Row I-N. Daly, L. Rymph, J. Panek, T. Kelly, C. Reilley, E. Shutter, P. Vrooman, K. Fritz. Row 2-S. Duckett, D. Mundt, L. Whipple, R. Bratek, P. Doty, L. Wicks, D. Cuff. At the completion of the 1966 hockey season a team, consisting of those girls in grades 9-12 who displayed outstanding ability in hockey, was chosen. A large number of' girls participated in hockey this year, making the choice of a team extremely difficult. The girls deserve recognition for the honor they have achieved. 4 4:1 l 4 All Star Basketball Right to Left-C. Reilley, T. Kelly, E. Shutter, J. Panek, L. Mix, N. Daly, K. Fritz, L. Wicks, D. Mundt, P. Doty, C. Porter, R. Bratek The All-Star Basketball team was chosen on the basis of the girls' ability and knowledge of the game. Miss Richards, Rita Bratek, and Peg Doty observed the girls in action throughout the season. Each of the girls displayed good sportsmanlike conduct and really deserve to be congratulated. 'Q N fb : " I39 All Qiar Vollegball Row 1-E. Shutter, K. Fritz, T. Kelly, M. Burlingame. Row 2-P. Doty, L. Morgan, D. Mundt, D, Allhusen, C. Por ter, R. Bralek. Selecting an All-Star Volleyball team this year was very difficult. Each girl chosen displayed outstanding ability and sportsmanship. They all deserve much recognition. 11 in I 2 "I said, Union Springs, "Lecture Timeu U-N-I-ON S-P-R-I-N-G-S" "SMILE" "Senior Beauties" "Sweet Lips wreilchiflg has its 'SSweet Dreamsi' rewards 1 " "THE problems of democracy!" p p , I W 4 Leamng Tower of P1sa, the 2nd. "But Miss Sobota, I didn't mean to push the fire alarm Wm ,ww All wrapped up!" "Please let us out?" "Hmmm, this tastes good!" 1 Spring Sports Dag Row I-K. Fritz, N. Daly, T. Kelly. Row 2-J. Panek, D. Mundt, Row 3?-L. Morgan, R. Bratek, P. Doty. The Spring Sportsday features competi- tion in tennis, archery, and softball. Last year the Union Springs teams were challenged by girls from Moravia, S. C. C. S., Cato, Port Byron, and Weeds- port. They played hard and U. S. was well- represented in each sport. The tennis team was victorious, captur- ing first place and despite stiff competition the softball team placed third. Laurie Wilson Row I-J. Denman, P. Tata. Raw 2-N Pasternak, C. Porter, J. Lavey. X I44 ADVERTISING UNION SPRINGS NEW YORK, l3l60 PHONE: 3I5-889-736l MANUFACTURING Aufomofive Ignifion Paris 0 EIecI'ricaIfEIec'Ironic Componenis 0 Eleciro-Mechanical Assemblies 0 Thermosei Moldings 0 Research 8: Developmenf 0 Milifary-Commercial GENERAL PRODUCTS CORPORATION FACILITY OF A' 1-Ass. 4, - N, la. A P9313 ln-vin 'EQ--Q Q GLoB Po T SYSTEM ' - 1 WWW WWW' SUBSIDIARYOF GULF! WESTERN INDUSTRIES, INC. Compliments of THE COWLES DISSOLVER COMPANY, INC. Cayuga, New York MANUFACTURERS OF CHEMICAL PROCESSING EQUIPMENT G. WEBSTER W, HQRNBECK POULTRY FARM COMPANY Baby Chicks-Webster Dekalb l3l I0 Seminary Avenue AUBURN, New YoRK Clark S+, Rd. 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