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DEDICATED TO SENIOR CLASS ADVISORS
Mr. Egbert Thurber, Miss Ellen Murphy, Mr. LaVerne Bundy, Mr. A. N. Kreamer
In recognition of their untiring and unselfish contributions toward the divers
and devious senior activities, the Graduating Class of 1946 would like to seize
this means to express its profound appreciation by dedicating this year's "Den"
to their Senior Grade Advisors: Mr. Egbert Thurber, Bliss Ellen lilurphy, Mr. La-
Verne Bundy, and Mr. A. N. Kreamer.
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ADM! NI ST MT ION
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. Paul Kintner, Mr. Stephen O. Salmon, Supervising Principal-Mr. Louis VVarner, Vice President-M
?r. Clifton A. Rose, President- Mr. Walter H. Owen, Clerk-Mr. L. A. Mason, Mr. Fred Fe Dora,
Mr. Raymond Leadbetter, Vice Principal-Mr. Stephen 0. Salmon, Principal-Mr. Arthur J. Peck
Mr. Sidney Stock, Mr. LaVerne Bundy,
Mr. Lewis lVaIker, Mr. William Issler
First Row-Miss Ruth Haeffner, Miss
Dorothy Smith, Miss Anna Strongg Sec-
ond Row-Mr. Egbert Thurber, Mr. Wal-
ter Kintner, Mr. August Kreamer
GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
Front Row-Miss Helen Steek, Mrs. Mary Barber, Mrs. Louise Sherwood, Miss Maribeth Youngs, Mrs. Ella-
mae Albec-k, Miss Marjorie Munson, Mrs. Ruth McMullen, Mrs. Mae Reisinger, Mrs. Mary Fordg Second
R u Mrs M'1r'orie UW ns Miss Beit lenks Mrs Flora Revnolds lNIrs Lula Wil ox Mrs Nom VVat r-
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man, Mrs. Lenora Shu-k, Miss Sue Gunglaeh, Miss Mary Parker, Mrs. Dorothy Larabee, Mrs. Lottie Briggs,
Miss Virginia Haynes, Mrs. Althea Edgerton
Miss Madeline Raite, Mr. Walter Kint
ner, Miss Cornelia Patteson
Mr. Gordon Burr, Mrs. Catherine Pierce, Miss Helen Bond, Mr. W'alter Kintner
Sfana'1'ng-Mrs. Leona Mac-Lowry, Mr
William Marvin, Mrs. Gertrude Keelerlg
Sealed-Mr. lvan Brvden
Mr. John Pendlebury, Miss Carolyn
Miss Jean Rodwell, Miss Janet Fake
Miss Gladys Hesanson, Frenchg Miss
Elizabeth Snow, Spanish
Dr. Stanley Congdon, Mr. Raymond
Miss Rutli Haeffner, Mrs. Alice Purdy, Miss Ellen Murphy, Mr. August Kraemer, Miss Helen Homi, Mrs.
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KINDERGARTEN fmorning class
First Row-Donna Bailey, William Ellis, Judy Goff, Shirley Gross, Roberta
Lawhead, Linda Luce, Robert 0'Hara, Dean Phipps, Barbara Edwards, Robert
Halley, Marjorie McKee, Martin Martinek, John Fisher, Roger Heen, June
Second Row-Nancy Coleman, Beatrice Brown, Irene Kipp, Douglas Doolittle,
John Larrabee, Miehael Dean, Janice Karabon, Margaret Ferris, Lynn Roberts,
Carole French, Carol Fernbach, Marie Marheld, Marcia Wheeland, Sylvia
Eggleston, Evelyn Matteson, Barbara Sims, Keith Warren. I
Third Row-Sylvia Apgar, Pepper Stroup, Terrence Scanlin, George Sims,
Wesley Wilson, Robert Landon, Boyd VVestcott, Bruce Hartmann, Joann Billet,
Ronald Ferris, Barbara Hirst, Charles Briggs, Gary Gurney, Robert Stephens.
First. Row--John Larrabee, Harold Johnson, Elizabeth Brenden, Marilyn
Phillips, Mary,Jo Sponsler, Lois Doing, Brenda Ellis, Donna Wolfe, Virginia
gohnfon, Bonnie Gregory, Linda Allen, Sandra Hartman, James Baird, Richard
Second' Row-David Bryant, Walter Richlew, Judith Hill, Donna Raebuck,
Janet Kocher, Kay Davies, Kathryn Plymale, Marion Merkel, Nancy Barnett,
Judith Bryden, Dawn Starbuck, Nancy Kintner, Gerald Guy, Terrence Stauss.
Third Raw-Charles VanCampen, Donald Pierce, Sylvia Smith, Nancy Craw-
ford, Joanne Greene, Jacquelin Earl, Elberta Ressegue, Elaine Thorpe, Sandra
Protheroe, Marjorie Purdy, Kathleen Korsgren, Fred Walter, Frances Matteson.
Fourth Rowe-Donald Rutter, Leo Hildebrand, James Gleason, James Lindsey,
Carlton Cody Frank Walter, Harry Wickham, Wendell Terry, Robert Newman,
William Dean, Lewis Rozelle, Emil Tkachuk, Mark Lucas.
First Rmc-Barbara Vvatts, Joan Lillie, Rosemarie Frisbee, Susan Berne. Harriett
Thrasher, Jacqueline Mather, Ann Bowling, Belinda Ely, Linda Love, Jeanne
Dewen, Carole Zimmer, Henrietta Thrasher, Shirley Harrison, Marian Card,
IWinifred Deane, Grace Kiegler, Charlotte Hunsinger, Donna Pollard, Donna
Second Row-Thomas Aton, Duane Merritt, David King, Clyde Rarnett, Kent
Luther. Diana James, Carol Bostwick, Wynona Drumm, Sherry Foulkrod, .lane
Gillette, Donna Adams, Sandra W'ebster, VVilliam Marvin, James Hilton, David
Cable, Robert Gra er.
Third Raw-Otto Boot. Jack Sims, Kenneth Grannis, Brent Landon, Gerald
Hart, Judy Bennett, Barbara Bosley, Susan Campion, Dawn Guggenheim, Ann
Mari Sundstrand, Sharon Barrier, Patricia Morrison, Louellen Jones, Kenneth
Kidder, Raymond Ackley, Jene Wilcox, Charles Atem.
Fourth Rnu'ffGlenn Bundy, Lawrence W'ard, James Lyon, David Wade, Harvey
Hensen, Paula Kennedy, Elizabeth Mayes, Dorolhv Parker. Bonnie Edwards,
Jacqueline Fowler, Nancy Nichols, JoAnn Cranford, Laurel Lewis, James 0'-
Hara, John Krotzer, Willim Lair, Delbert Terry.
Fifth ltnu'ff'Donald Adams, David Naylor, David Rlakney, Claude Carron,
James Sweenburg, Mary Hoadley, Sandra Carrigg, Sandra Blackwell, Jacqueline
Winans, Anne Ritfanacht, Nancy Swan, Barbara Watkins, Rita Mitchell,
Gary Hill, Donald Morey, Gary Mel-'all, Lawrence Hillis.
Sixth ItmcfGary Chocholaty, Gary 0'Connor, Emery Reistetter, David Evans,
Norman McPherson, David Francis, Willis Pembleton, Duane Pennel, Gary
Landon, Charles Fernald, Neal Ruoso, Lanny Gregory, Thomas Mooney, Paul
Glann, John Tobbe, Gerald Guiles.
First Rowe-Judith Roberts, Gail Potter, Gladys Bunt, Barbara Crane, Mildred
Moss, Elaine Gillette, Elsie Ackley, Jeanne Schubmehl, Nancy Johnson, Marilyn
Bryant, Shirley Miller, Ann Severn, Shirley Kingsley, Eleanor Duane, Victoria
Hooko, Shirley Tinklepaugh, Carol Brisco, Marjorie Post. Pauline Sticklin.
Second Row-Thomas Smith, James Kuenzli, Walter Barnes, Robert Hawley,
William Beach, Curtis Pierce, Marlene Stanton, Georgia Evans, Joan Cheney.
Susann Martin, Jean Pierson, Merle Ace, Marjorie Lisenby, Carolynn Williams,
Earl Maslin, Bobby Lamb, Billy Richards, Bruce Brundage, Melvin Beam,
Third Row-Kenneth Noyes, Tony Sponsler, Roger Doolittle, Ronald Anderson,
Arthur Holmes, Eugene Minso, Danny Mayes, Donna May Chaple, Thelma
Underwood, Loretta Pembleton, Beverly Buckley, Betty Sims, Virginia Prothe-
roe, Bernard Dendler, Tom Van Kuren, Roger Johnson, George Newberry, John
Pleplow, Robert Miller, Ronald Hutchins.
Fourth Hou'-Robert Short, Rennie Buckland, Eric Wood, Derald Baker, Garry
Wilcox, Gary Williams, Boyd Joiner, Jean Warner, Nancy Hess, Joan Hill,
Priscilla Mann, Delores Wilcox, Sherrill Lauiro, Paul Motsko, Edward Flipse,
gene McGowan, Tommy Blackman, Uwen Northrup, Walter Somers, Joseph
Fifth Hou'-Phelps Ball, Eugene Malick, Keith Fawcett, Norman Luce, William
Bunzey, Judith Atwater, Sally Sandidge, Ellen MacDowall, Joyce Chamberlin.
Alice Aton, Beverly Merritt, James Brearley, Gregory Scheer, Thomas Swan,
Richard Halllserg, Gary Roosa, Harley Murphy, Donald Bennett, Harold Greeno.
Sizlh Rowfltobert Gilg, James Cron, Runyon Purdy, Marion Bauton, Joseph
Cassin, Fredericl- Sliker, Phoebe Shanley, Dawn Spencer, Jo Ann Vvard. Edith
English, Arlene Vandemark, Polly Dean, Richard Youmans, Clellen Frisbee,
Gerald Ellis, Richard Harding, Robert Barto, William Zimmer, James Cobb.
First Row-Margaret Hird, Catherine Shattuck,-Jaxnet Dodd, Martha Coulter,
Gail Arnold, Donna Chatham, Audrey Vough, Elva Hunsinger,Margaret Ryan,
Alice Vtrnnlck. Barbara Swartout, Joyce Sandidge, Jane Morton, Janice Miles,
Rita Vtright, Donna Yoder, Lois Knapp, Kay Brown, Ronna Garrett, Marjorie
Second Hou'-Vt'ayne Fernold, Roger Eckinger, David Hill, Frank Brown, Paul
Bollen, Alfred Jones, Susan Kresge, Jane Taylor,
Joyce Barnhart, Joan Kocher,
Carol Johnson, Shirley Merritt, John 0'Connor, Eugene Keunzli, VVilber Moss,
Robert Scdtt, Duane Post.
Third Rowjlfloyd Kintner, Gorden Rlakeney,
Donald Smith, Lorretta Cron, Myrna Korger,
Jack Atwater, Robert Miller,
Sandra Jones, Susan Dailey,
Marguerite Manning, Joan Every, John Bender, Allen Pierce, Ted Eeonomides,
Irwin Benjamin, John Richlcn.
Fourth Row-Duane French, Harold Grannis, Larry Bidwell, Bobby George,
Billy Gilbret, Gary Larrabee, Janet Aton, Shirley Jean Grisvrald, Sherry Lou
Randall, Janice Rounds, Barbara Palmer, Diane Nelson, Robert Hagen, George
Guldenschuh, William Cruttendon, Richard Urzelle, W'illiam Fisher.
Fifth Row-Harold Beach, Kenneth Card, John Sweenburg, David Fowler, Mar-
tin Hanley, Shirley VVilliams, F-herald Hartman, Sharon Clark, Martha Burris,
MarLJane St. Leger, Jeanette Potter, Gary Eldred, .lohn La Due, Daniel Lyman,
Sixth Row-Ralph Gasko, Maynard Matteson, Laurence Schanz, Charles Gab-
reilf Carlin Pickering, Billy Allis, Marilyn Geisenhof, Frances Rose, Peggy
Westfall, Joanne Slottje, June Schwenke, Willeda Crane, Ezra Bunt, Eden Cost-
ley, Deland Clark, Tommy lfmhauer.
First Row-Patricia Wingler, Dorene 0'Brien, Janice Messemer, Marilyn Mar-
lett, Peggy Stelnrimk, Beverly Wood, Lorene Chilson, Marjorie Greeno, Alice
Cobb, Leona Rong , Beverly Heilron, Leah Thayer, Ann Made Richards, Shir-
ley Hirst, Dawn Pie-rce, Marcia-Quick, CarolxYImperio, Mary Jane Brliel, Mary
gllara, Marilyn Dickinson, Roberta Murphy, Jean Rreed.
econd Row-Leroy Hill, James Watts, Donald Hulslander, Robert Giannuzzi,
Ronald Henson, Robert Thalhofer, Robert Grover, Antony Sanzo, Ernest De-
ming, Carle Truman, Thomas Shamberger, Lewis Barnard, Richard Mooney,
Philip Williamson, Tommy Magee. Robert Williams, Richard Camp, Oliver
gelding. Sanford Crooks, James Ackley, Carl Goltry, Gerald Grannis, Duane
. o ye.
Tltird Raw-Robert Zuleeg, Barbara Zimmer, Doris Harris, Janet Bokelkamp,
Alice Lewis, Sarah Williams, Shirley Davidson, Rita Shaffer, Eva Barnett,
Joyce Sanzo, Judith Roosa, LaVanehe Griswold, Margaret Rowe, Katherine
Zicari, Norma Gault, Jane Conklin, Janice Cook, Sally Holmes, Audrey Schillin-
ger, Nola Oliver. ,
Fourlh Rnu'-Gary Fowler, Richard Potter, W'alter Denmon, Clitlord Davis,
Gerald Miller, James Potter, James Fisher, Joseph Rose, Gilbert Barrier, Lee
Johnson, Carleton Mott, Jack Shamber er, Douglas Miller, Richard Chamber-
lain, Bernard Ryan, Richard Drum, Deraid Hill, Donald Corey, Gary McDonald,
Robert Buckley, Arthur Henry. .
Fifth RowwRichaird bfwackhammer, Mark Harned, Ann Hatch, Catherine Hun-
singer, Jean Rosleyf Barbara Tarbox, Lewene Lawhead, Virginia Kizale, Gloria
Barnett, Sandra Miller, Joyce Maeuch, Vivan Cody, Judy Takats, Barbara Card,
Sandra Landon, Ronald Protheroe, Robert Aten, Richard Miles, Kenneth Tobey,
Gary Sarvey, Howard Terry, Richard McPherson. I r l
Sixth Row-John Barry, James Frisbee, Frederick Doolittle, Billy Barton. David
Balke, Jack St. Leger, William Reed, Wvilliam Stewart.
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Fin! Row-Elsie Heen, Audrey Merkel, Donnette Murphy, Lola Goff, Joan
Francis, Patricia Leonard, Marion Lair, Barbara Hitchcock, Shirley Drum,
Rosamonde Haire, Kristin Gillette, Betty Johnson, Ruth Pappas, Janet Leon-
ard, Carolyn Hessler, Barbara Noyes, Louise Allis, Alberta Matson, Grace
Camp, Eleanor Roney, Barbara Drumm.
Sacond Row-Thomas Hackling, John Callaghan, Roland Swan, George Gabriel.
William Alton, Kennith Storozow, James Rigby, Donald Hillis, Ronald Lerche,
Brian Mather. James Williams, Dou las Fawcett, Carl La Due, Robert Berg,
Arthur Barnes, Jack Chamberlain, Roiert Anderson, Max Marini, Phillip Yost,
Third Row-Shirley Wheeland, Dolores Was ln, Frances Hardin , Lynetta
Johnson, Iris Hungerford, Catherine Marine, Lois Foster, Rovena hiunsinger,
Marilyn Lisaby, Shirley Tozer, Mae Gabriel, Juliana Bills, Betty Winnie,
Joan Kuenzli, Marilyn Card, Marilyn Traver, Joan Kamp, Barbara Terry,
iziniie Wood, Sara Jane Kidder, Rosemary Tobbe, Margaret Smith, Nancy
at er. , ,
Fourth Row-Robert Hollis, Robert Gould, Hugo Roosa, John Gillespie, Richard
Leonard, Russell Snyder, Clifford Bidwell, Leo Matson, Donald Soos, Richard
Wood, Robert Haskell, Ralph Hogan, Dean Huusinger, Gerald Bouton, Jerome
Potter, Gerald Thome, Robert Glen, LeRoy Gabriel.. ' I
Fifth Row-Richard Griiiis, James Cook, Malcolm Richards, David Lewis, John
Barnhart, Geor e Gilg, Donald Razey, Paul Duerr, Barbara Hauke. Shirley
Landon, Edna Jacobs, Shirley Quick, Kay Elda Shriber, Helen Ellis, Patricia
McGowan, Charlene Turner, Robert Manning, Albert Reed, Gerad Corey.
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Fzrrl How-Mary Lou Watts, Dolores Ackley, Anita Coyle, Louise Harkness,
Audrey! Roberts, Donna McLain, Janice Russell, Mary Lou Ward, Barbara
Platt, Georgia handrldge, Marjorie Van Campen, Joan MacBain, Beverly Decker,
lxathleen Stanton, Lois Rathbone, Opal Murphy, Barbara Brown, Barbara
Coulter, Lois Jones, Marion Gaige, Patricia Brown, Marion Wagner.
Sn-and RowfRobert Letson, David McMullen, Robe f ', Charles Hill,
Bruce Morrison, Norman Swartout, Robert Krissel, ompson, Richard
Bnsco, James Hill, Ronald Berube, Carlton Ward, Da ton, lis, Howard Vragel,
James Blossom, Rodney Outman, Norman Spence, Ralph Miller, Samuel Ste-
phens, Eugene Smith, Richard MacDowall.
Third Row-Carol Garrett, Leona Strouse, Geraldine Murphy, Marjorie Love,
Helen Betz, Lasca Purdy. Sharon Neily, Marjorie Haney, Manilva Robinson,
Joyce Foulkrod, Mary Ferris, Margaret Keimer, Barbara Larrabee, Myrle
Traver, Illean Beam, Beverly Palmer, Jean Guiles, LeahBunt, Barbara Quick,
Helen Bulman. I
Fourlh Row-Harold Fisher, Ralph Sons, Delos Geisenhof, Gary LaTell, Gerald
Golding, James Adriance, Clyde Merser, Nclon Williams, Jack Denmark, Ru-
dolph Vallese,-Gary Wilcox, Gilbert Very, Edward Moss, Davd Dittrich, William
Gabriel, Paul Francis, Jack Cook, Richard Duerr, Earl Bastido. , .
Fifth RowfKenneth Stanley, Ronald Mather, Frederick Greeno, Craig Johnson,
Shirley Young, Louis Panza, Anna Kintner, Neva Steinruck, Jean 'Zalenski,
Regina Holdren, Ann Van Duzer, Marcia Mann, Suzanne Rounds, Marion Flew,
ganda McDonald, Richard Hoyt, Glen Walling, Frederic Brewer, Eugene
Bark Raw-David Gould, John Korger, Richard Buchanan, Richard Davis,
Adrian Price, Frank Aokley.
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Fira! Row-Ruth Odell, Barbara Gross, Alice Tracy, Gurine Heen, Barbara
Merkel, Eleanor Matteson, Donna Youngs, Sarah Handley, Mary Somers,
Ethel Hackley, Adeha Hamilton, Rose Barnett, Jane Harned, Bernice Fuller,
Ruth Pyluck, Kathy Lamb. Virginia Richards, Doris Smith, June Fisher.
Second Row-Suzanne Knight, Maude Jones, Audrey Hinrichson, Marlene Mc-
Coy, Mildred Carman, Janice McPherson, Myrna Youmans, Beverly Vander-
mark, Beverly Pierce, Betty Murphy, Barbara Vragel, Jean Foster, Hazel
Barnhardt, Faith Davis, Carole Hotaling, Gloria Kneen, Fay Casterline.
Third Row-Russell Riecke, Roger Hughes, Joseph Vivona, Larry Brearley,
Vi'endell Smith, Thomas Kvasny, Hugh Bundy, Louise Avis, Sally Snyder, Joan
Snyder, Betty Dodd, Martha Lisenby, Pauline June, Bruce Palmer, Roger Mc-
Manus, Roger Wick, Allen Shaw, Vaughn Thayer, Richard Hill, David Nichols,
Fourth Row-Kenneth Bidwell, Richard Hunsinger, Alan Struthers, Kenyon
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Conant, Albert Slottje, Keith Lupold, Helen Maslin, Audrey Jensen, Carol
Whitman, Marlene Morton, Joyce Warner, Viwinia Jacobs, Donald Cole, Ro-
bert Uhler, Raymond Traver, Jerold Cargill, ard Bunzey, Samuel DiCenso,
Fifth Row-Dino DiCenso, Neil Zylick, Lawrence LaDue, Robert Maas, Omar
Lightner, Ogden Webster, Marion George, Mavis Cheney, Joyce Goldin ,
Charlene Burd, Arline June, Dolores Yoder, Keith Terry, Rolland Vallese, Jacqt
Wilson, Virgil Neild, Gerald York, Arthur Gabriel, Donald Wescott.
Sixth Row-Howard Haus, William LaRue, Samuel Mosley, Fred Christian,
Robert Weild, Kenneth Sehupp, Jean Anderson, Phyllis Root, Sue Beaumont,
JoAnne Ohlee, Christine Cody, Joyce Butfington, Robert Eldredge, Donald
Payne, Stanley Richlew, Richard Purdy, John Miller, James McNerney, Ronald
Weston, Lloyd Uhler, Richard Ingerick.
Firsl RowfPhyllis Warren, Ruth Cody, Patricia Cook, Wanda Widernian,
Julia Yalenta, Theresa Wood, Lillian Bures, Joan Hill, Barbara Holmes, Alice
Jenks, Beverly Noyes, Donna Noyes, Marjorie Seltzer, Geraldine Frank, Colleen
Cassin, Shirley VVatts. Edith Galloway, Margaret Rennie.
Second Rmv-Robert Ward, Ralph Northrup, Frank Sanzo, James Howard,
Jean Babcock, Lillian Krom, Stella Herman, Nancy Martin, Beverly Noltee,
Laura Walling, Josephine Jacobs, Osceolia Jacobs, Richard Kresge, Duane
Drum, Paul Barnhardt.
Third Row-James VanDervort, Gerald Smith, Tommy Crooks, Karl House-
knecht, Elmer Storozow, Nancy Rounds, Marilyn Tasker, Alberta Flipse, Bette
Platt, Louise Calkin, Patricia Brigode, Jerome Davis, Donald Taylor, Egbert
Woodcoclt, Duane Hunsinger.
Fnurlh RowfDuane Dickinson, Andres Heen, Robert Herrick, Chester Osborn,
Robert Beaumont, Marilyn Ellis, Mary Gulden, Alice Benson, Jean Underwood,
Mary Conklin, Robert O'Brien, Russell Frederici, Carl Warlle, Arlton Nichols.
Fifih Row-Gene Allis, Larry Mathers, James Clubb, Elwyn McLain, Charles
Gunther, Barbara Bowles, Olive Terry, Charlotte Gillespie, Barbara Hartman,
Jeanne Korger, Irene Buckner, Walter Rossen, Harry Swackhammer, Donald
Zimmer, Richard Blackmon.
Sixth RowABoyd Strouse, Robert Wagner, Donald Williams, George Pennell,
Steve Denmon, Mary Jean Hessler, Betty Maas, Beverly Walker, Connie Mor-
ton, Dorothy Rarick, William VanDuzer, Vernon Tozer, Vtfarren Pappas William
Fira! Row-Jane Wall, Dawn Bishop, Irene Welch, Barbara Dickinson, Eleanor
Kadelack, Marion Evans, Wilma Nesmith, Jeanette Deming, Dorothy Samson,
Eleanor Smith, Agnes Hogan, Mildred Hill, Shirley Russell, Cora De Land,
Jamalee Black, Doris Mason, Helen Kimes, Myrna Salisbury, Mary Ohleen,
Norine Stevens, Evelyn Ga.sko,Phyllis Sanzo, Jessie Miller, Jean Letson.
Second Row-Barbara Holmes, Laura Blackman, Ruth Pickering, Joanna Platt,
Elaine Johnson, Pat Wilkerson, Jean Wiggins, Shirley Hiorns, Caroline Stephens,
Doris Matteson, Joan Eldred, Joan Menhennett, Donna Cotton, Marilyn Barton,
Shlrlejy Spence, Virginia Johnson, Edna Mae Farr, Francis Welch, Dorothy Kol-
vek, amce Turk, Stella Kaminski.
Third Row-Eugene Rarick, Fred FeDora, Richard Frederici, Tom Moss, George
Roney, Joe Riley, Edward Canfield, David Washburn, Mary Antisdel, Janet
Barrier, Shirley Crooks, Beverly Whitman, Lois Killam, Alice Allyn, Richard
Greene, Howard Hunsinger, Richard Francis, Lyle Jackson, Robert Corey,
Fourth Row-William Cory, Richard Bowling, Sterling Moulton, Edgar Sager.
Douglas Ward, Lee Brown, Jule Jones, Evelyn Marsh, Patricia Larrabee, Geral-
dine Pierce, Beverly Dobus, Barbara Wykstra, Constance Donley, Glenn Kneen,
Kenneth Williams, Robert Miller, Richard Green, William Henrickson, Elmer
Stanton, George Eglolf.
Fifth Row-Everette Allen, Francis Brewer, Robert Guldensohuh,.Euene Bar-
rett, Jack Van Dervort, Donald Lozier, Allen Shapley, Herman White, Dorothy
Morden, Carol Hungerford, Iva Keaton, Lillian Bahichek, Novella Wolfe, Char-
lotte Liebig, Talbot Thayer, Earl Foster, Eugene McCarthy, Raymond Mc-
Pherson, Dwight Shurtleff, Eugene Hamlin, Gene Cargill. .
Sixth Rrrw-Ronald Miller, Joe Renda, Barry Hess, Vaughn Nelld, Ted Rnonds,
James St. Ledger, Clifford Carter, Joyce Shipman, Esther Traver, Sylvia Brew-
ster, Marilyn Davis, Edna Ward, Betty Baldwin, Charles Stanley, William
glqorthrup, Robert Outman, Duane Ellis, Lacey Jones, Ronald Bunzey, Leo
first Row-Rose Fissel, Beverly Greeno, Ruth Gilg, Mary Slama, Thena Warren,
Grace Dodd, Jane Leonard, Arlene Drum, Helen Yavorslci, Jean Matthews,
Barbara Krissel, Frances Decker, Nancy Merrin. Thelma Wills, Hazel Bostwick,
Edna Lhler, Leona Kany, Margery Randall, Wilma Hackley.
Second Row-Joyce Bakeman, Evelyn Craver, Martha Ward, Agnes Riley, Jac-
quelyn Washburn, Jean Pendleton, Barbara Jenks, Esther Purdy. Beverly Van-
Duzer, Anice Dumbleton, Joanne Dunbar, Janet Bulfington, Alice Traver, Doris
Mes semer, June Benyamin, Dorothy Reed, Mary Swackhammer, Gay Thompson,
Albert Davies.. Q
Third Row-Alicia Wright, Betty Carman, Verna McCulley. Alice Taft, Dorothy
Fhoinak, Mary Blazey, Bernice Smith, Joanne Korger, Cecilia Dobos, Lillian
Don ey, Helen Aten, Rowena Wood, Vera Valabek, Joyce Filan, Mary Sees,
Rhyllis Pierce, Martin Matteson, Glenn Wage, Dale Betz.
fourth Row-Donald Bodie, Lewis Maga, Russell Johnston, Howard Shelp,
Leonard Wright, James Flaherty, Marie Hastings, Margaret Wallen, Elizabeth
Wheeler, Mary Hickey, Vir inia Flipse, Edith Samson, C inton Lainhart, George
Rhodes, Burton Lozier, William Platt, Donald Aton, Harold Hogan, Leo Striley,
Charles Nelson. v
Fifth Row-John Kvasny, Richard Holdridge, Curtis Haus, Donald Birdsall,
Millard Kidder, Robert Jensen, Patricia Shaw, Elaine Sanzo, Jean Brisco, Doris
Sturdevant, Joanne Seltzer, Barbara Hill, Richard Thomas, Richard Hotallng,
George Scott, Roger Brown, William Wills, Richard Kiegler, Edwin Black, George
Ralston, Robert Hanley.
Sixth RowvGerald Bundy, Robert Anderson, Daniel Beckhorn, Warren Chocho-
laty, Douglas Gulden, Donald Dennis, Richard Barnhart, Janet Allen, Margaret
McClure, Margaret Rounds, Lucille Noyes, Betty Scott, Patricia Bonham,.James
Messemer, Elmer Denmon, Harold Steinruck, William Panza, Richard Zimmer,
Richard Graper, Richard Landon.
First Row-Velma.Valenta, Jose hine Pavlik. Jane Ely, Betty VVhittemore,
Marjorie Frost, Shirley Potter, Shirley Knoll, Janet Blomquist, Sally Brown,
Maxine Harvey, Marjorie Hawley, Evelyn Stulir, Marie I-Iotaling, Roberta
Sayer, Juan Ftraka, Shirley Dully, Katherine Heath.
Swond Rau'-Durwood Frazier, James Tracy, Robert Smith, Mary Clubb, Shir-
ley Goltry, Martha Zablotsky, Marilyn Eldred, Phyllis Nichols, June Pearson.
Genevieve Duffy, Eleanor Lewis, Ruth Skellet, Elaine Campbell, La Verta
hwackhammer, Norma Beam, Betty Cody, Velma Wilson, Frances Brigham.
Third RowfGeorge Snyder, Russel Dewing, Gerald Hollenbeck, Edward Pucek,
Arlene Robinson, Jane Herrick, Phyllis Gage, Marguerite Hoyt, Constance
Blerly, Rosemary Potter, Jean Bisho , Thesesa Pucek, Marion Foster, Virginia
VVehb, Lou Rita Herbert, Jeannine McDonald, Clara McGuire, Thelma Mat-
thews, Thomas Beach, Robert Dumas.
Fourth Row-William Deubler, Rodney Killam, Charles Bostwiek, Robert Ellis,
Robert Ford, Kenneth Sutlilf, Rita Moulton, Dawn Mathers, Helen Crane,
Barbara Cheney, Barbara Denmon. Joyce Fisher, Richard Nelson, Clifton
Williams. Donald Jersey, Harold Moore, Lynwood McLain, James O'Shea.
Fiflh Row-Jack Ellis, Donald Wagner, Joseph Cacciola, Richard Blake, Lester
Bakeman, Ro er Cargill, Fredrick McCulley, Rowena Pitcher, Shirley Caster-
line, Beverly lgichols, Betty Ackley, Arlene Ives, Joan Sampson, Creighton Ward,
Harry Morden, Charles Swan, James Westfall, Merrill Thallinger, Lewis Bidwell.
Sixth Row-Earl Gabriel, Henry Frost, William Bonham, Leon Hunsinger, Wil-
liam Richards, Ronald Baker, Shirley Stanton, Catherine Kolvek, Anne David,
Helen Swingle, Dolores Rappold, Virginia Harrington, Charles Guldeuschuh,
James Stanton. Blaine 0'Brien, Lloyd Winne, Richard Martin, Lewis Daugherty,
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Administration, Faculty, and Student Body of Vestal Central School
The Faculty and the Student Body of the Ross Corners Elementary School
The Faculty and the Student Body of the Willow Point Elementary School
RICHARD KIETH LINDSAY
"The sweet remembrance of the
just, shall flourish when he sleeps
Class President 4, Class Treasurer
3, Student Council 3-4, Intramural
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2-3-
4, Baseball 1-2-S-4, Football Team
1-3-4, Dramatics Club 2, Band
1-2, Gym Exhibition 3-4, Track
3-4. As our president, Dick has
shown his ability for leadership.
JANET LOUISE SMITH
"The bread of life is love: the salt of
life is workg the water of life is
Yearbook staff 4, Student council
Secretary 3, First Aid 1, Mixed
Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls Choir 3-4,
Solo Club 1-3-4, Gym Exhibition
2-3, Badminton 1-3-4, Ping Pong
1-2, Softball 2-4, Basketball 2,.
Speedball 4, Secretary 4, Pageant
l-2-3, Secretary of homeroom 2-3,
Girls All-State 3. N
S E NIO R S "
DAVID HIGGENS DIBBLE
"High poised example of great is .. 2, s
duties done." A A '
Touch football 1-2-3-4, Intramural 4 ' f i
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Dance Com- g , j
mittee 3, Intramural Softball 23 2
l-2-3-4, Bachelors Club 3, Track 3, ' Q Q .tkwk J I
Yearbook Staff 4, Student Con- - ...
gress 4, Vice-President of Class 4. 4 ,. . l-- - W' ,ik
Dave and that "famous car!" A
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HERBERT M. SWAN
"What is it to be old?ff
Photography 2, Physical Fitness 8,
Jr. Cheer Leading 1, Intramural
Football 3-4, Basketball 3-4,
Varsity Football 3-4, Touch Foot-
ball 1-2-3, Bachelors Club 3, Class
President 3. Herby was quite the
DORIS HELEN JONES
"Those who bring sunshine into
the lives of others, cannot keep it
Entered from Warren Center in
'43. Salutatorian, Class Play 2,
Operetta 2, Band 1-2, Girls Choir
1-2, ' Mixed Choir l-2, Queen
Candidate at Christmas Formal 4.
Doris is a lovely girl and has been
a Hne addition to our school.
GRACE IDA ABELL
"Being always on the job is better
than carrying a rabb'it's foot for
Entered from Warren Center.
Band 1-2, Glee Club 1-2, Softball
1-2, Operetta 1, Senior Play 2.
Gracie will make a wonderful
little housewife for some lucky
"To ease another's heartache, for-
get your own."
Archery 1, Home Economics
4. Irene majored in Homemaking
in high school. She has a splendid
sense of humor and is often seen
with Louise Fitzgerald.
CAROL JEAN AVERY
"Great minds have ur ses: others
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Press Club 3-4, Junior Library
Club l-2, Secretary of Senior
Library Club 3-4, Band 1, Flag
Twirling 1, Gym Exhibition l-2-3,
Badminton 1, Archery 1, Ping
Pong 1, Christmas Pageant 3.
"Bell-bottom trousers, coats of
navy blue . . . "
SHIRLEY LUELLA BEACH
"I am not afraid of tomorrow,-for I
have seen today, and I loved yes-
Debutante Club 3-4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Associate' Editor of Press
Club 4, Senior Art Club 1-2-3,
Canteen Club 1, Mixed Choir 4,
Girls Choir 4, Gym Exhibition 2,
Badminton 1, Archery 1-2, Ping
Pong 1-2, Bowling 4, President of
Homeroom 2, Scribe 4, Dance
Committee 2-3, Class Day Com-
ALICE ANN BELL
"T he light of the world comes prin-
cipally from two sources-the sun
and the student'.9 lamp."
Archery 1, Mixed Choir 1-2-3-4,
Girls Choir 3-4, Gym Exhibition
1-2-3, Pageant 1-2-3, Canteen
Club 2, Photography 2, Bowling
2-3, Solo Club 3, Badminton 1-2,
Homemaking 1. Red hair doesn't
always mean a bad temper.
MARION JOYCE BERG
"The glass of fashion and the
mould of form."
Business Manager of Yearbook
4, Deb Club 3-4, Baton Twirling
1-2-3-4, Band Concert 1-2-8-4,
Gym Exhibition 1-2-3-4, Badmin-
ton 2, Outdoor Club 2-3, Dance
Club 2-8-4, Class Leaders 2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Softball 1-2-
3-4, Bowling 1-2-4, Tumbling
DORIS GRACE BIDWELL
"Take a Dutchman by what he
means and not by what he says."
Concert Band 1-2-3-4, March-
ing Band 1-2-3-4, Clinic Band
1-2-3-4, Band Concert 1-2-3-4,
Orchestra 2-3-4 Badminton l,
Volleyball 1, Bowling 4, Gym
Exhibition 1-2. Dutch has spent a
great deal of her time in Room
308. Doris was an usher at the
"No one is useless in the world who
lightens the burden of it for others."
Entered from West Scranton
High School. Auditorium Guards 1
Basketball 1, Assistant Girl's
Sports Manager 2-3-4, Gym Class
Leader 2-3-4, Press Club 3, Bad-
minton 2, Library Club 2-3-4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Gym Exhibi-
tion 2-3-4, Christmas Pageant 3,
Volleyball 4, Manager Gym Class
DOROTHY MAY BLOOM
"The lovelight in her eye."
Yearbook Staff 4, Debutante
Club 4, Marching Band 1-2-3-4,
Concert Band 1-2-3-4, Flag Swing-
ing 1-2-3-4, Badminton 1-2, Arch-
ery 1-2, Fashion 2, Speedball
2-3-4, Leaders Club 4, Swimming
Club 4, Dance Club 1-2-3-4,
Riding Club 3-4, Bowling 2-3-4,
PATRICIA LOUISE BROCK
"A girl who has so manywilful
Debate Team 4, Senior Band
2-3-4, Marching Band 3-4, Con-
cert Band 3-4, Baton Twirling 3,
Band Concert Q-3-4, Physical Fit-
ness 2, Gym Exhibition 3, Archery
2, Riding Club 3-4. We'll remem-
ber Pat and her part as Stella in
the Senior Play.
"'Tu'as good advice and meant,
'My Son, be good.' "
Varsity Football 4, J.V. Football
3, Gym Demonstration 2-3, Bowl-
ing 1. Bob is a good looking fellow
the girls would like to know better.
JOSEPH BYSTRI CKY
"There is no flattery in friendship."
Entered from Henry B. Endi-
cott. Bachelors Club EZ-3, Intra-
mural Basketball 2-3-4, Touch
Football 2-3-4, Bowling 2, Stu-
dent Congress 3.
"Ain't" ain't in the dictionary.
KATHLEEN DAWN COOK
"Charms strike the sight, but merit
wins the soul."
Debutante Club 4, Physical
Fitness 2, Gym Exhibition 1-2-4,
Badminton 1-4, Winter Sports 4,
Basketball 1-2-4, Softball 4, Vol-
leyball 4, Shuffle Board 3.
Dawn will make someone a
HOWARD R. DAVIES
"T he low man seeks a little thiny
to do, sees it, and does it."
Gym Exhibition 2, Intramural
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Intramural
Softball 1-2, Touch Football 1-2-
3-4, Bachelors Club 3, Dance
Committee 3, Senior Play.
Howard is the midget of our
MARY JOSEPHINE DAVIS
"History, a distillation of rumor"
Entered from U. E. Debutante
Club 2-3, Bowling 4, Swimming
Club 4. Jo is noted for her pretty
dimples and fetching smile.
DOROTHY HELEN DE
"When you see a man in woe, walk
right up and say "Hella"
Yearbook Staff 4, Debutante
Club 3-4, Marching Band 1-2-3-4,
Baton Twirling 1-2-3-4, Gym Ex-
hibition 2-3-4, Archery 1, Bowling
4, Speedball 1-3-4, Volleyball 1,
Dance Committee 4. Basketball
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"Happiness is a thing called
Press Club 2. Debutante Club 3-4,
Vice President of Debutante Club
4, Mixed Choir 3-4, Winter Sports
2, Hiking Club 2, Class Secretary
2, Dance Committee 1-3-4. Thelma
and "Just a Kid named Joe."
'frhe vm of spring"
Yearbook Staff 4, Press Club 4,
Baton Twirling 1, Band Concert 1,
State Competition 1-3-4, Mixed
Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls Choir 3-4,
Solo Club 1-2-3-4, Gym Exhibition
1-2-3-4, Archery 1-2, Bowling
2-4, Pageant l-2-3, Canteen Club
3, Gym Class Leader 2, Dance
EDWARD C. DEWAR
"Noah was six hundred years old
before he knew enough to build
the ark, so don't lose your grip."
Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Intramural Football 1-2-3-4, In-
tramural Softball 1-2, J. V. Bas-
ketball Manager 3, Bachelors Club
3, Dance Committee 3. Eddie
traps not deer but muskrats.
LESLIE IVAN EDWARDS
"Speech is great, but silence is
Intramural football 1-2-3, Intra-
mural softball 1-2-3, Intramural
basketball 1-2-3, Gym Exhibi-
tion 2, Cross Country 4, Usher,
Senior- Play 4. Ivan is one of the
more serious and quiet members of
LOUISE MARIE FITZGERALD
"Once a friend, always a friend."
Ping Pong 2, Basketball 2-8,
Volley Ball 2, Home Economics 4,
Pageant 4. We all admired her
naturally curly hair. Three bro-
thers and father are in service.
"Accidents will occur in the best
Entered from U.E. in 1943.
Science Club 2, Aviation Club
3-4. Don's unique ways made him
a natural for the lead in the Sen-
"A day for toil, an hour for sport,
but for a friend, life is too short."
Entered from Maine. Glee Club
1, Band 1, Dramatics 1, Home-
making 4, Chairman of Senior
Play ushers. Rosamond was known
as that sweet personality from
"Youth is a blunder, Manhood a
struggle, old age a regret."
Band 1-2-3-4, Marching Band
1-2-3-4, Concert Band 1-2-3-4,
Band Concert 1-2-3-4, Scribe Q,
Gym Exhibition 3-4, Intramural
Softball 1, Intramural Basketball
1-2-3-4, Bowling 2-3-4, Tumbling
2-3-4, Touch Football 4, Football
1-2-3, Track 3-4.
"To be of use in the world is the
only way to be happy."
Canteen Club 1, President of
Homeroom 1, Archery 1-2, Gym
Demonstration 1-2, Ping Pong 1,
Speedball 2, Volleyball 1-2,
Basketball 1-2, Softball 2, First
Aid Club 2, Yearbook Staff 4,
Bowling 4, Debutante Club 4,
Pageant 3, Secretary of Press
Club 4, Class Day Committee 3,
Secretary of Homeroom 4, Senior
"A man after our own heart."
Intramural Softball 1, Intra-
mural Football 1, Varsity Baseball
2-3-4, Varsity Football 3-4, Intra-
mural Basketball 1-2, J. V. Bas-
ketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4,
Track 4. Al is one of our most
JANET B. HELMUS
"She moves as a goddess and she
looks like a queen."
Archery l, Bowling 1-2-3, Deb-
utante Club 2-3-4, Yearbook Staff
4,.Press Club 4, Mixed Choir
3-4, President of Deb. Club 4,
Vice President of Deb. Club 3,
Editor of Scribe 4, Junior Queen 3,
Fashion Show 2, Dance Committee
G S T ing!!
"Life is real, life is earnest."
Intramural Football 1-2, Intra-
mural Basketball 2-3, Intramural
Softball 1-2, Bachelors Club 2-3,
Varsity Football 4, Varsity Track
2-3-4. Nelson is the boy with the
big hands and the big smile.
JENNIE IRENE HIBBARD
"Diligence is the mother qt' good
Open House 1-2. She is one of the
industrious and conscientious girls
in our class, Senior Play Com-
mittee. We 'wish her success and
happiness in the future.
RICHARD ELMER HILL
"The wise man will be slow to
speak, but quick to act."
Track 2-3-4, Intramural Foot-
ball 1-2-3, Intramural Basketball
1-2-3, Intramural Softball 1-2,
Cross Country 3, Aviation Club 3.
Dick practices flying lessons in
his old '34 model Chevrolet.
CLARENCE GEORGE HIZA
"Never remember old injuries and
your enemies will be few."
Model making, Future Farmers
of America 3, Miss Murphy' is
always questioning his cow-judg-
ing episodes. Success is the wish
from us all.
PAUL RAYMOND HOGAN
"The measure of life is not length
Bachelors Club 1-2, Senior
Play Committee. Paul is noted
for his Irish eyes and his Irish
smile, likes Jr. class and everyone,
wishes for a happy and successful
"As he flavors everything, he is the
vanilla of society."
Varsity Basketball 2-3-4, J.V.
Basketball 1, Intramural Basket-
ball 1, Varsity Baseball 2-3-4,
Intramural Softball 1-2-3, Touch
Football 1-2-3-4, Gym Exhibi-
tion 1-2, Student Congress 3,
Vice-President of Class 3, Bache-
lor's Club 3, Vice President of
Homeroom 2, President of Home-
JOYCE ELLEN HOUGHTON
"Her ways are ways of pleasant-
Baton Twirling 1-2-3-4, March-
ing Band 1-2-3-4, State Competi-
tion for Baton Twirling 2-3-4,
Yearbook Staff 4, Band Concert
l-2-3-4, Secretary of Language
Club 4, Debutante Club 4, Mixed
Choir 4, Girls Choir 4, Christmas
Pageant 4, Educational Pageant
4, Gym Exhibition 2, Home Nurs-
ing 2, Accompanist for Dance
Club 1, Volleyball 1, Badminton
1, Ping Pong l, Archery 1.
J USTIN E D.
"Don't get discouraged: It is often
the last key on the bunch that opens
Senior Band 1-2-3-4, Marching
Band 2-3-4, Concert Band 2-3-4,
Orchestra 2, Band Concert 1-2-3,
Badminton 1-2, Archery 1-2,
Swimming Club4. She's lovely,
she's engaged, does she use Pond's?
DORIS HELEN JENKS
"A beam of light from the infinite
depths of the midnight sky."
Concert Band 1-2-3-4, Clinic
Band l-2-3-4, Marching Band
1-2-3-4, Badminton 1-2, Basket-
ball 1-2-3-4, Softball 1-2-3-4,
Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Yearbook Staff
4, All State Band 4, State Compe-
tition 4, Gym Exhibition 1,
Christmas Pageant 1.
PHYLLIS HARRIS JOHNSON
"When the elevator to success isn't
running, take the stairs."
Riding Club 2-3-4. Gordon is
his nameg serious are her thoughts.
"His stature tall, his shoulders
Varsity Football 2-3-4, Varsity
Track 3-4, Intramural Basketball
1-3, Bachelors Club 3, Varsity
Club 3-4, Boxing 1-2-3-4, Gym Ex-
hibition 3-4. "Clint" is tall, dark
EMERSON E. JONES
"As large as life and twice as
Entered from Warren Center.
Band 1-2, Glee Club 1-2, Mixed
Choir 4, Solo Club 4. A deep, deep
voice and slow, slow mannerisms
are characteristic of "Em".
GEORGE ARTHUR J UBB
"To know how to hide one's ability
is great skill."
Varsity Football 2-3-4, Varsity
Track 2-3-4, Intramural Basket-
ball 1-2-3, Science Club 1-2-3-4,
Rod and Gun Club 2,4Tumbling
1-2-3-4, Wrestling 3-4, Gym Dem-
onstration 1-2-3, Yearbook Staff 4,
Intramural Softball 1-2-3-4, Base-
ball 4, Varsity Club 3-4, Bowling
1-2-3-4, Press Club 1, Dramatics 1.
LAURA JANE KENT
"Men are the cause of women not
loving one another."
Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4,
Swing Band 4, Archery 1-2, Bad-
minton 2. Laura likes skating,
music, note writing, and La Rue.
"All this and heaven, too."
Entered from Warren Center,
Softball 1-2, Volleyball 1-2, Glee
Club 1-2, Operetta 1, Senior Play
2. Julia is a sweet and quiet girl
from Warren Center.
BEVERLY JEANE KRISSEL
"A bit of color against the blue."
Entered from East Junior.
Volleyball 1, Art Club 4, Sec. and
Treas. of Homeroom 3. We ex-
pect Bev to become a very efficient
MARY LOUISE KVASNY
"For they conquer who believe they
Debutante Club 4, Archery
1-3-4, Winter Sports 1, Swimming
5-4, Basketball 1, Bowling 1-4.
Mary's favorite hobbies are danc-
ing, swimming, and skating.
DUANE LA RUE
"The time I lost in wooing."'
Entered from Binghamton Cen-
tral in '44, We didn't get to know
Duane very well, but find he
likes the girls and driving different
MILDRED A. LEWIS
"The world looks brighter from
behind a smile."
Yearbook Staff 4, Baton Twirl-
ing 1-2-3-4, Band Concert 1-2-3-4,
State Competition 2-4, Mixed
Choir 1-3-4, Girls Choir 3-4,
Spring Concert 1-2-3-4, Gym Ex-
hibition 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2,
Volleyball 1-2, Pageant 1-2-3-4,
Dance Club 4, Queen Candidate 3.
"Just me and my Clarinet."
Yearbook staff 4, Press club 4,
Photography Club 2-3-4, March-
ing Band 1-2-3-4, Swing Band
2-3-4, Concert Band 1-2-8-4,
Clinic Band 3-4, Band Concert
2-3-4, Mixed Choir 4. Larry is our
FRANKLIN DEVOE LOZIER
"He seems to be a man sprung
Defense Courses 2-3, Furniture
Chairman, Senior Play 4. Buster
is our well-known soda jerker.
ILA RUTH LUCAS
"She that was ever fair and never
proud, had tongue at will, and yet
was never loud."
Yearbook Staff 4, Press Club 2,
Deb Club 3-4, Debate 4, VVinter
Sports 2-3-4, Riding Club 3-4, Out-
door Club 2-3-4, Deb Dance Com-
mittee 3, Dance Committees
2-3-4. Skip expects to be married
shortly after graduation.
"A maiden's crown of glory is her
Yearbook Staff 4, Deb Club 4,
First Aid 1, Marching 3-4, Baton
twirling 1-2-3-4, Mixed Choir
1-2-3-4, Girls Choir 3-4, Gym Ex-
hibition 1-2-3-4, Ping Pong 1,
Outdoor Club, 3, Dance Club 3,
Cheer Leading 3-4, Tumbling
3, Dance Committee 2-3. Luck and
happiness to you always.
"So much one man can dog Hubba,
Homeroom President 2, Presi-
dent Varsity Club, Basketball 1-2-
3, Football 1-2-3, Baseball 1-2-3,
Track 2. Mac returned to school
after spending three years in the
LYNN A. MEEKER
"Meek is the name, Mighty is the
Gym Demonstration 2-3, Bache-
lors Club 2, Baseball 4. Lynn is a
very studious boy who comes from
BERTRAM S. MERSEREAU
K'Awake, arise, or be forever fallen!"
Gym Exhibition 1-2-3, Varsity
Football 2-3-4, Intramural Basket-
ball 1-2-3-4, Intramural Softball
1-2-3-4, Tumbling 1-2-3-4, Track
2-3-4. Bert is the boy who liked to
wind his legs around the desk in
GLORIA JEAN MILLER
"I love solitude-if someone is with
Yearbook Staff 4, Press Club 4,
Deb Club 3-4, Craft and Pottery
4, Jr. and Sr. Art Club 4, Photog-
raphy 3, Gym Exhibition 2, Bad-
minton 1-2-3, Archery 1, Swim-
ming 3-4, Outdoor Club 2, Dance
Club 2, Riding Club 4, Basketball
1-2, Volleyball 1, Speedball 2,
Bowling 1-4, Tumbling 1-2.
"The mildest manners, the gentlest
Varsity Track 2-3-4, Intramural
Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-
4, Softball 1, Gym Demonstration
1-2-3-4, Boxing 2-3-4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Varsity Club 2-3-4. Joe
is a likeable fellow with a winning
"Wonders is the strength of cheer-
Baton twirling 1-2-3-4, First
Aid 1, Marching Band l-2-3-4,
State Competition 3, Pageant
3, Bowling 4, Basketball 1-2-3,
Softball 1-2, Volleyball 1-2-3,
Badminton 1-2-3, Speedball 2.
Band Concert 1-2-3-4, SCCFCWYY
and Treasurer of Baton Club.
WINIFRED RUTH NELSON
"Her 'ways are ways of pleasantness
and all her paths are peaceful."
Entered from Maine Central in
'48. Mixed Choir 1, Newspaper 1,
Art Club 1, Glee Club 1, Basket-
ball 1, Softball 1, Volleyball 1,
Dramatics Club l, Archery 1,
Gym Exhibition 1. Winnie was
known in Home Ec class as
"Winnie the Pooh."
"Your friend is one who knows all
about you arul still likes you."
J. V. Basketball 2-3, Varsity
Basketball 4, Varsity Track 2-3-4,
Intramural Basketball 1, Football
1-2-3-4, Softball 1, Photography
Club 1-8, Yearbook Staff 4, Var-
sity Club 3-4, Gym Demonstra-
tion l-2, Band 1.
"Girls and servants are the most
dijicult people to handle."
Intramural Basketball 1-2,
Touch Football 1-2, Track 3-4,
J. V. Football 3, Basketball 3-4,
Football 4. Norman gets a kick out
of riding in rodeos.
SHIRLEY ANN PIERCE
"The mbest things come in small
Shirley, the shortest girl in
our class, collects China dogs and
plays the piano for pastimes.
OCHLEE D. PRINCE
"She has a bright and clever mind."
Entered from Warren Center
in '44, Band 1-2, Orchestra S,
Mixed Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls Choir
1-2-3-4, Solo Club 3, Operetta 2,
Class play 2, Treasurer 2. Oc has
been another swell addition to our
class from Pennsylvania. Queen
candidate for Christmas Formal.
"I have survived I I I "
Intramural Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Football 1-2-3-4, Softball 1, Var-
sity Baseball 2-3-4, Bachelors
Club S, Basketball manager S-4.
Steve, and that sense of humor,
always finds a seat in the back of
"Anything for a quuzt life."
Basketball 1-2-8-4, Softball 1-2-
3-4, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Speedball
4, Debate Club, Assistant Editor
of the Yearbook, Home Nursing,
Physical Fitness, Gym Demon-
stration, Science Club. Florence
was a most conscientious worker on
the Yearbook Staff.
LAWRENCE E. ROBARDS
"So much to dog so little done."
Concert Band 1-2-3-4, March-
ing Band 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 2-3-4,
Touch Football 1, Varsity Football
2-8-4, Track 2-3, Intramural
Basketball 1-2. Oink has been a
very loyal and dependable mem-
ber, also he's been drummer in
the band these four years of our
,ggi 3, V
"A lone wolf, I am!"
Jr. and Sr. Library Club 1-2-3-4,
Class Leader 1-2, J.V. Basketball
l-2-3, Intramural Basketball 1-2-3,
Varsity Basketball 4, Bowling 2,
Touch Football 2, Defense Course
3. Bernie and his hats will long be
LOUISE MARIE ROSE
"I live to love!"
Deb Club 3-4, Marching Band
l-2-3, Flag Swinging 1-2-3, Gym
Exhibition l-2-3-4, Badminton
l-2-3-4, Archery l, Outdoor Club
2,Basketball l-2-3-4, Softball 1-2-
3-4, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Speedball
2-3-4, Bowling 4, Tumbling l-2,
Secretary of Jr. class.
JANE ELIZABETH RUSSELL
"Absence makes the heart grow
Yearbook Staff 4, Deb Club
3-4, Marching Band 1-2-3-4, Ba-
ton Twirling 1-2-3-4, Band Con-
cert l-2-3-4, State and National
Competition 1-2-3-4, Badminton
2-4, Winter Sports 1-2-3-4, Out-
door Club 2-4, Dance Club 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Softball 1-2-3-
4, Volleyball l-2-3-4, Speedball
1-2-3-4, Bowling l-2-4, Tumbling
l-2-3-4, Pageant I-3.
BRUCE LEROY SMITH
"Oh, this learning, what a thing it
Touch Football l, Tumbling
I-2-3-4, Intramural Basketball
1-2-3-4, Intramural Baseball 1-
2-3-4. ,Bruce was an enthusiastic
DONALD LEWIS SMITH
"T he silent man is the best to listen
Football Manager 1, Varsity
Football 2, Touch Football 3-4,
Varsity Club l-2-3, Intramural
Basketball 3-4. Don believes in
taking every advantage of trans-
portation facilities in the com-
IRA J. SMITH
"To ease the anguish of a torturing
Basketball Assistant 1, Bache-
lors Club 3, Grandpa in Senior
Play. We've all enjoyed Ira's
humorous remarks and delightful
PATRICIA JOAN SMITH
"The personality that launched a
Yearbook Staff 4, Deb Club 4,
Canteen 2, Marching Band 4,
Mixed Choir 1-2-4, Girls Choir
3-4, Gym Exhibition 1-2-3, Winter
Sports 3-4, Swimming 3-4, Riding
4, Bowling 3-4, Tumbling l-2-3-4,
Speedball 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-
3-4, Volleyball l-2-3-4, Softball
1-2-3-4, Sec. Mixed Choir 4.
BETTE JEAN SWAN
"You'll never qfend a person by re-
turning a smile."
Yearbook Staff 4, Deb Club 3,
Marching Band 1-2-3-4, Swing
Band 3, Baton Twirling State and
National Competition 1-2-3-4,
Mixed Choir 1-3-4, Girls Choir
3-4, Solo Club 4, Jr. and Sr.
Cheer Leading 3-4, Basketball
I-2, Volleyball 2, Speedball 1-2,
Bowling 4, Pageants 1, Homeroom
Treasurer 1, Homeroom Secre-
tary 4, Queen Candidate.
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"An angel, if not, an earthly
Deb Club 3-4, Orchestra 1-2-4,
Mixed Choir 1-2-3, Girls Choir 3,
Solo Club 4, Gym Demonstration
2-3, Outdoor Club 2-4, Bowling 4,
President Mixed Choir 3, Secretary
of Deb. Club 4, Pageant 2-3,
Dance Committee 3. Nancy, an
accomplished pianist, has enter-
tained us in assembly many times.
Afraid of Cats.
JOHN ALLEN TOWNSEN D
"T he secret of success is consist-
ency of purpose."
Entered from Maine. Mixed
Choir 3-4, Bowling 2, Intramural
Basketball 2, Intramural Softball
2, Touch Football 2. Allen is one
of our outstanding square dancers.
ELEANOR LCCILLE TRAVER
"Laughter keeps the face and heart
Yearbook Staff 4, Student
Council 3, Deb Club 3-4, Mixed
Choir 2-3-4, Girls Choir 3-4,
Badminton l-3, Ping Pong l, YVin-
ter Sports 2, Outdoor Club 2,
Bowling 4, Tumbling 1-2, Basket-
ball l-2-3-4, Softball 2-3, Volley-
ball l-2-3-4, Speedball 2-3-4,
Treas. Deb Club, Pres. Girls Choir,
Chairman for Assemblies.
PETER JAMES VALLESE
"He'llfind a way."
Riding Club 4, Intramural
Basketball l-2-3, Softball l-2-3,
Touch Football 1-2-3, Bachelors
Club 3, Track 3-4, Photography 2,
Varsity Basketball 4, Baseball 4.
Pete, and that nice smile, was more
interested in the farm than in any
of the girls.
W. ROBERT WADSWORTH
"The early bird not only catches the
worm, but gets the first whack at the
Bachelors Club 2, Photography
3, Track 2-3-4, Machine Shop 2,
Blue' Print Reading 3, Physical
Fitness 2-3, Senior Play, 4. Bob
enjoys developing pictures in his
EVA M. VVAGE
"Simplicity sets of her ornaments."
Mixed choir l, Sr. Band 1-2-3-4,
Orchestra l-2-3-4, First Aid 2,
Home Making 3-4. Eva has been a
nurse's aid at the Ideal Hospital
during her senior year.
DOROTHY PEARL WAKELY
"Humor has justly been regarded as
the finest perfection of poetic ge-
Jr. Cheer Leading 1, Basketball
l-2, Archery 1-2, Sr. Band l-2,
Gym Exhibition 1-2, Marching
Band l-2, Orchestra 2, Bowling
2-4, Deb Club 3, Canteen l, Ping
Pong 1, Class Day 3. When she's
sad, she's "sick." Giggler.
"Hell is empty: all the devils are
Yearbook Staff 4, Debutante
Club l-2, Baton Twirling 1-2-3,
Mixed Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls Choir
3-4, Solo Club l-2-3, Gym Exhibi-
tion l-2, Archery l-2, Outdoor
Club 2-4, Basketball l-2, Volley-
ball 4, President of Homeroom 2,
Christmas Pageant 1-2-3, State
Competition for Twirling 2-3,
Educational Pageant 4, Senior
Play, Librarian in Choir 3-4.
WILLIS L. WARNER
"Life is not a goblet to be drained,
it is a measure to be filled."
Senior Library Club 1-2-3-4,
Solo Club 1-2-3-4, Yearbook Staff
4, Photography Club 1, Mixed
Choir 1-2-4, Band 1, Christmas
Pageant 1-2-3, Art Club 1, Spring
Concert 1-2-3-4. Willie hopes to
go to Syracuse and study medicine.
VIVIEN ELAINE WATTS
"If you think you're too small to
do big things, do small things in a
Entered from UE. Glee Club
1-2-3, Dance Club 1, Homemak-
ing 1-2, Basketball 1-2, Volleyball
1, First Aid Club 3. Viv became
U.E's. loss and our gain.
oRv1LLA RUTH WESLEY
"Happy am I,' from care I'm free.
Why aren't they all contented like
Marching Band 1-2-3-4, Con-
cert Band, 1-2-3-4, Orchestra 1-2-
3-4, State Competition 3-4, All
State Band 4, Mixed Choir 1-2-4,
Girls Choir 4, Speedball 1-2-3-4,
Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Press Club 3-4,
Dramatics Club 2, Gym Exhi-
bition 1-2-3-4, Tumbling 1-2-3-4,
EDWARD B. WESTON, JR.
"All people make mistakes, that's
why erasers are put on lead pencils."
Entered from Maine Central
School in '4-3. Volleyball 1-4, Glee
Club 1, Marching Band 1, Stage
Manager Senior Play. Ed favors
his last name. He's an expert
RAMON A MAE WESTON
"She had a good opinion of Advice."
Baton Twirling 1-2-3-4, Bowl-
ing 4, Leaders Club 1-2-3, Girls
Sports Manager 3, Debutante
Club 3-4, Press Club 4, Editor of
Yearbook 4, VVinter Sports 2-3,
Hiking Club 2-3, Speedball 1-2-3-4,
Softball 1-2-3-4, Volleyball 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Badminton
2-3, Marching Band 1-2-3-4.
GERALDINE L. WHIPPLE
"Friends are born, not made."
Sr. Art Club 1-2-3, Photography
Club 2, Bowling Club 4, Swimming
Club 4, Ping Pong 1, Tumbling 1,
Archery 4, Badminton 4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Gym Exhibition 1, Photo-
tinting 3, Volleyball 1. Gerry is
a very talented artist and hopes
some day to become a designer.
MELVIN JAMES WILLIAMS
"What counts isn't what you have
above the eyebrows, but what you
do with it."
Marching Band 1-2-3-4, Swing
Band 3, Concert Band 1-2-3-4, Solo
Club 2-3, Intramural Basketball
1-2, J. V. Basketball 3, Varsity
Basketball 4, Baseball 3-4, Track
3-4, Cross Country 4, Gym Ex-
hibition 2-3, Mixed Choir 1-2,
Homeroom President 4, Christ-
mas Pageant 1-2, Orchestra 1-2.
MARY ELLEN WOODCOCK
"Silence is one great act of conver-
Physical Fitness 1, Shufiieboard
4. Mary Ellen is a quiet girl with a
rare sense of humor.
FORMER VESTAL CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASSMATES VVHO WOULD HAVE GRADU-
ATED WITH US HAD THEY NOT GONE INTO SERVICE TO HELP PROTECT OUR PRIVILEGES
G ERARD CLIFFORD
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A-long the lp-ping Sus-que-han-na, The shacl-ow of our High School fa ls:
O dear old Ves-tal Cen- tra Hi h School At - tencl our pledge of Faith-ful-ness
4 ii is ji Ufilfilll' H55 telli-
And digg - log li - li tis of sun-si 1- lum -ine now our class - ic halls:
As un' - to th e o r hearts we rend-der, With a love that we shall e'er profess
Jr - ' -
While sig- :legs if - cgxqroid thine j-tis, True loy - al-ty to thee
And alviys ig, ou?'ue eralcleagrs Will try for thee tp much
con - fess, And sing with hap-py hearts and gi - ces ln praise of V. C. EYAMM
feEne. o, A1-mek?-ref, Ee aE hte. ati HIEC Ag hcgior Fw if
ALMA MATE R
Along the rippling Susquehanna,
The shadow of our High School falls:
And mellow, mingled tints of sunset
Illuinine now our classic hallsg
While students gather round thine altars,
True loyalty to thee eonfess,
And sing with happy hearts and voices
In praise of V.f'.S.
0 dear old Vestal Central High School
Attend our pledge of faithfulness
As unto thee our hearts we render,
With a love that we shall e-'er profess
And always in our true endeavors
We'll try for thee to win much fame,
0, Alma Mater, we all hail thee
And honor thy dear name.
HISTORY OF CLASS OF '46
When we as students entered these classic halls to start
our journey up the stairs and came to the notice of both
teachers and other students of Vestal School, we were in
the 9th grade, or should I say our Freshman year. That
one day we had awaited for so long-we were in High
School. This eventful year we chose as leaders of our
Caravan, ROBERT DENSBERGER, Presidentg CLAR-
ENCE HOLDREN, Vice Presidentz DANIEL JENKS,
Secretary-Treasurer. We had a dance in June to wind up
the year's activities, which we called a "Lil' Abner" dance.
While decorating for this dance, RONALD CARPENTER
fell from a ladder amidst all the confusion. Mrs. Wattles,
Mr. Williamson, and Miss Packer were our advisors for
Then in the Fall of 1943, we came back full of pep and
vigor to be Sophomores. By this time many former teachers
and pupils had dropped their school activities to enter the
service of our country. To them we owe a great debt.
During our Sophomore year we selected a group of fine
representatives as class officers. They were RALPH WA-
TERS, Presidentg FORREST POTTER, Vice Presidentg
THELMA DEMING, Secretaryg and HERB SWAN,
Treasurer. It seems I recall our having a dance or two which
were great successes. I remember the "Debutante Club,"
of which Mrs. Nixon was the sponser, presented a play for
assembly. A few of the boys took to cooking and the finer
things of life by joining the "Bachelor's Club" sponsered
by Miss Fake. Thus we came to an end of this Sophomore
year and turn to the pleasant tasks of summer. vacation.
The Fall of 1944 brings us back as Juniors, just one more
step and we will have reached our goal which was started
twelve long years ago. This year our officers were HERB
-SWAN, President: EUGENE HOPPES, Vice Presidentg
LOUISE ROSE, Secretaryg and RICHARD LINDSAY,
Treasurer. This year's events were many. VVe sponsored a
movie and dances. Then in the spring on the 14-th day of
May, the main event of the year "Our Junior Prom."
We worked long hours to get decorations ready and no
one knows how much white paint Eleanor Traver, Nancy
Thayer and others got all over themselves while painting
the fence in the dungeon. The afternoon of the Prom certain
members of the class, fmuch to the irritation of all teachersl
went looking for moss up in the hills of Vestal Center. A
certain few of the members got lost! CCan you imagine
thatj But, that night the Prom was a huge success with
Walter Browns's orchestra furnishing the music for danc-
ing. The Junior Queen, Janet Helmus and her attendants,
Jean Mc-Mullen, Dorothy Bloom, Louise Rose, Jane
Russell, Patricia Smith, Bette Swan, Mildred Lewis,
marched up to the throne just before intermission and the
crowning took place while the orchestra played "Dream."
That was the main event of our year. Of course, Senior
class day was much to our sorrow, when the Seniors showed
their love for us, fit says here.D Then came the summer
again. It usually does follow spring.
In the autumn of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-five, we
re-entered our classic halls and took our esteemed place as
Seniors! Miss Murphy, Mr. Thurber, and Mr. Kraemer
share the honor of our presence as being our homeroom
teachers. "Pop" Bundy, of course, is our old standby.
Our Senior oflicers are : DICK LINDSAY, Presidentg
DAVID DIBBLE, Vice President, JANET SMITH,
Secretary, and HERBERT SWAN, Treasurer. We broke
all laws of nature by holding the first Christmas Prom
which was on December 20, 1945. We chose a King and
Queen for this Prom, who were Dick Lindsay, and Louise
Rose. They were crowned before a sleigh which served
as a sort of throne and later sat in the sleigh while the rest
of the audience danced by and gazed at them. Then the
King and Queen shared the next dance. Mr. Bundy did the
honors telling no one 'til we were assembled before the
This year to raise money in a hurry-up fashion, we sold
magazine subscriptions to all popular magazines for two
weeks. The class made 8399.26 commission on this contest,
which wasn't bad. Many of our boys have shown their
sportsmanship ability by playing on either the football
or the basketball team. They are NELSON HESSLER,
ALBERT HEINE, BERNARD ROBIN SON , HERBERT
SWAN, CLINTON JOHNSTON, EUGENE HOPPES.
ROBERT TOULSON, DONALD SMITH, LAWRENCE
ROBARDS, ROBERT BUNDY, RICHARD LINDSAY.
BERT MERCEREAU, GEORGE JUBB, RICHARD
MC WILLIAMS, MELVIN WILLIAMS, CLAIR
SWINGLE, THEODORE PAN ASIK, PETER VAL-
LESE. Our class play, "Sweet Sixteen," was presented
early in the Spring on March 8, 1946. The climax of our
year will of course be, the Senior Prom and Graduation.
During Easter vacation the class took their annual trip to
New York and had a very nice time.
Members of our class who have gone to service before
graduation time are: LAUREN HESS, MARKLEY
SMITH, LEO FEHELEY, RALPH WATERS, RONALD
CARPENTER, WALTER TRAVER, WALTER LES-
KO, PHILIP MERRIN, and DANIEL JENKS. We all
thought of them as we received our diplomas and wished
they might be with us to receive theirs at the same time.
This concludes our journey through the classic hallsg
we bid a fond farewell to Vestal Central High and think
many times of our memorable days spent there amongst
our books. We have reached the top of the steps and are
starting down a more narrow path,--that of life.
J ANET HELMUS
THE SHIP OF '46
In nineteen hundred forty-two,
We gathered up our happy crew
To sail, upon the sea of learning,
With zest for knowledge in us burning.
The first year, as captain of our ship,
A boy named Bob, launched the trip,
In this year high school life began,
And we found' study meant more than scan
In our "wise fool" year we felt grown-up,
For "Shorty" Waters manned the pump
I-Ie seemed to like the sailing strife,
For he soon left us, for a sailor's life.
Then when our third year came around,
We were not feeling quite so sound,
For we had learned school held more than fun,
There were, also, lessons to be done!
This year Mrs. Nixon helped us through,
A hard, busy life we began, anew,
Crowned at the Prom, our Junior Queen,
Was Janet Helmus, who reigned supreme.
Dick Lindsay is our captain, now,
He's there commanding from the bow,
At times the waves toss us about,
But we will help Dick ride them out.
Our ship is now prepared for strife
Of wrecking on the rocks of life,
And we, the seniors, pass to you,
The privilege, too, of sailing through.
EVELYN MARSH '49
PAT BROCK '46
ALICE BELL' '46
S THE war is now over, as has been our hope these
recent years, we can, with a clear conscience, look ahead to
the future. Let us ask our old sage and prophet, Professor
Leadbetter, what may befall us in the years to come.
He settles back with a chuckle and starts with our illus-
trious president. He says that Mr. Lindsay will either be-
come a politician or something equally as important. As
we look into the future, we see Dick with his feet upon
the desk, nearby is his perfect secretary, Ramona Weston.
The door bursts open and enters Don Ford with his four
little ones, Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler. He
explains that they are having trouble with their little
transmissions. We turn on the modern television F.M.
radio and hear a swing band programg the players include
Doris Jenks, Laura Jane Kent, Lawrence Loveland, Or-
villa Wesley, Melvin Williams, Pat Brock, and Ochlee
Prince, with Betty Denmon and Emerson Jones doing
the crooning. This program is sponsored by Lawrence
Robards and Dorothy Warner who are advertising a sure
way to reduce, and by Howard Davies, "How to Grow
Tall In a Few Easy Lessons." By the way, the announcer
is Dick McWilliams. Next door to our skyscraper is a
theatre owned by Donald Rayshmeier. The feature now
playing stars Burt Mersereau and Eleanor Traver. In
the vaudeville feature is Betty Swan and Jane Russell, still
displaying their art of twirling. Along the street comes
Carol Avery with her brood, all dressed in sailor suits,
naturally. Overhead is a super helicopter piloted by Bob
Bundy. We see also, Justine Houseknecht, married now
these ten years. In front of a news stand, advertising a
metropolitan paper, edited by Florence Rarick and Doris
Jones, we see Duane La Rue, the paper boy, talking to
Lynn Meeker and Nelson Hessler, who are running a sci-
A little farther along, we almost collide with Bernie
Robinson, who explains that he is rushing home to tell the
"little woman,"Grace Abell, that he got a raise in the I.
B. M. He tells us that Ed Dewar, Ronald Gillette, Paul Ho-
gan, Richard Hill, Bob Wadsworth, and Pete Vallese all
have good jobs there. As we walk along the main thorough-
fare of the Great City, Vestal, we see an imposing struc-
ture. What is this magnificent edifice? Why, it's Vestal
School! For curiosity's sake, we enter and see on the roll
of teachers that Marilyn Harrington is teaching history,
Joyce Houghton is teaching kindergarten, Nancy Thayer
is teaching music, and Mary Ellen Woodcock is teaching
language. On the street again, we get a glimpse of Marion
Berg, the career woman, hurrying into an office building
owned by Ira Smith. On the first Hoor is the sign of Shirley
Beach, Gerry Whipple, and Gloria Miller, all thriving
artists by this time. In another room we see a modern
office, filled with industrious secretaries and typists, among
whom are Janet Smith, Betty Billet, Dawn Cook, and
Pat Smith, on the third floor is a newly-hung shingle of
Dr. Willis Warner, with Alice Bell as office nurse. A little
ways down the street is the sign of George Jubb, "The
G.B.S. of South Vestal." Well, here comes Eugene Hoppes,
Ted Panasik, and Al Heine to explain that they, are on
the All-American basketball team. They also tell us that
Irene Aton, Louise Fitzgerald, Mary Jo Davis, and Doro-
thy Wakely are still in Cornell, studying Home Economicsg
there are so many nice boys there. We ask about Mildred
Lewis, but they say you might better ask Clinton Johns-
ton. Janet Helmus has just published a best-selling novel.
Louise Rose is still in Army uniform.
As we leave the business section and approach the resi-
dential sections, we spy the cute bungalow of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph and Thelma Monahan. We can also see the homes
of Dorothy Bloom, Dorothy DeMetros, Phillis Johnson,
Mary Kvasny, and Winifred Nelson. We inquire for Allen
Townsend and Julia Krafcik, but we find that Allen has
settled down in Maine, and Julia is working in New York
City. Ed Weston, Steve Pyluck, David Dibble, Joe By-
stricky, and Donald Smith are working in machine shops
around the community. As we leave the residential
sections and approach the rural area, we come to some well-
kept farms whose mail boxes are labeled with such names
as Ivan Edwards, Clarence Hiza, Franklin Lozier, Norman
Pickering, and Bruce Smith. In a small country store, we
find Jean McMullen, Ann Moss, Shirley Pierce, Eva
Wage, and Vivian Watts doing their weekly shopping f0l'
their families. In the drug store next door, we notice Ila
Lucas dishing up superatomic sodas. We note the limousine
of Herby Swan, Vice President of I.B.M. Corporation.
out riding in the country after a hard day's work, with his
four secretaries Rosamond Gardner, Jennie Hibbard,
Doris Bidwell, and Beverly Krissel.
Our seer has shown up the future of just about all of
our class mates. On the whole, I think it is pretty good.
GRACE ABLE--my like for sewing to Barbara Cheney
IRENE ATON-her diamond to Dolores Rappold
CAROL AVERY-my like for the Navy to Rowena Pitcher
SHIRLEY BEACH-her humorous personality and gum chew-
ing to Elaine Campbell
ALICE ANN BELL-my love for clothes to Helen Crane
MARION BERG-her high heeled shoes to Dawn Mathers
DORIS BIDWELL--a pack of gum, because she lost so much
at the hands of Miss Murphy, to Virginia Harrington
BETTY BILLET-my place in the library to Marguerite Hoyt
DOIETOTHY BLOOM-her luck in love to June Pearson and Bob
PATRICIA BROCK-her black dyed hair to Jeannine McDonald
ROBERT BUNDY-his way with the girls to Roger Cargill
JOSEPH BYSTRICKY-his parking place behind the school to
DAWN COOK-her ability to drive a car to Joan Sampson
HOWARD DAVIES-his shortness to Ronald Baker
MARY JO DAVIS-her dimples to Janet Blomquist
DCAROTHY DE METROS-her tube of lipstick to Clara Mc-
THELMA DEMING-my love for Turkey Lane to Naomi Neild
BETTY DENMON-her ability to sing to her sister, Barbara
EIQWARD DEWAR-his ability to wreck things to "Charlie"
DAVID DIBBLE-his way with Miss Smith to Arthur Wickman
IVIAJN EDWARDS-his mechanical drawing skill to Glenn Tar-
LOUISE FITZGERALD-her natural curly hair to Joan Carey
DONALD FORD-his iron love for all teachers to his brother,
ROSAMOND GARDNER-her law notes to Katherine Heath
RONALD GILLETTE-his devilishment in Miss Smith's 7th
period study hall to Creighdon Ward
MARILYN HARRINGTON-her height to Thomas Beach
ALBERT HEINE-his basketball ability to Merrill Thallinger
JANET HELMUS-her good taste in clothes to Phyllis Nichols
NELSON HESSLER-his vitamins for growth to Edward Pucek
JENNIE HIBBARD-her black hair to Betty Cody
RICHARD HILL-his meekness to Gerald Hollenbeck
CLARENCE HIZA-his bashfulness to Phillip Vlvleston
PAUL HOGAN-his success in school to Shirley Potter
EUGENE HOPPES-his corner by the music room to Leon
JOYCE HOUGHTON--her meekness to Jean Bishop
JUSTIINE HOUSEKNECHT-her ability to get a ring to Joan
DORIS JENKS--her ability to blush to Shirley Duffy
PHYLLIS JOHNSON-her long finger nails to Betty Whittemore
CLINTON JOHNSTON-his seat in Miss Murphy's room to
DORIS JONES-her future as a house wife to Shirley Knoll
EMERSON JONES-his singing voice to Richard Lewis
GEORGE JUBB-his Van Johnson looks to Robert Crooks
LAURA JANE KENT-her ability to chauffeur other couples to
JULIA KRAFCIK-her sparkling eyes to Betty Ackley
BEVERLY DRISSEL-her daintiness to Maxine Harvey
MARY KVASNY-her lateness to English class to Jayne Herrick
DUANE LA RUE-his secret of finding things in the drug store
to Harold Moore
MILDRED LEWIS-her brown eyes to Mary Blazey
RICHARD LINDSAY-his Presidency of the Senior class to
LAWRENCE LOVELAND-his way with Miss Smith to Dur-
FRANKLIN LOZIER-postwar plans to Clifton VVilliams
ILA LU CAS-her ability as a soda jerk to Lou Rita Herbert
JEAN MCMULLEN-secret on how not to get thin to Sally
RICHARD MCWILLIAMS-his experience in the Navy to
LYNN MEEKER-his secret of getting to Miss Murphy's
English class not on time to Joe Cacciola
BERT MERSEREAU-love of Latin to Lewis Daugherty
GLORIA MILLER-diet to Anne David
JOE MONAHAN-mark in physics to James Shea
ANN MOSS-my way with kids to Rita Moulton
WINIFRED NELSON-seat on Maine bus to Frances Brigham
THEODORE PANASIK-my place in basketball to Charles
NORMAN PICKERING-new convertable coupe to Lester
SHIRLEY PIERCE-shortness to Theresa Pucek
OCHLEE PRINCE-my musical ability to Martha Zablotsky
STEPHEN PYLUCK-my little green car to Bernard Goon
FLORENCE RARICK-absent from classes to Marjorie Frost
LAWRENCE ROBARDS-my 200 pounds to James Mathers on
the football team next year
BERNARD OBINSON-cartoon and artistic ability to Don-
LOUISE .ROSE hair in Mr. Gimmie's office to Lynwood Mc-
JANE RU EL short red hair to Marie Hotaling
BRUCE S TH bashfulness to Henry Frost
DONALD S -his dislike for girls to Donald Wagner
IRA SMITH L ry humor in English class to George Snyder
JANET SMITH--my seat on the bench in choir to Virginia Webb
PATRICIA SMITH-after-school appointments with Miss
Rafte to Rosemary Potter
BETTE SWAN-small feet to Helen Swingle
HERBERT SWAN-my good taste in clothes to Bernard Goon
NANCY THAYER-ability to take pictures to Paul Kadlecik
ALLEN TOWNSEND-my history homework to James Stanley
ELEANOR TRAVER-laughter to Joyce Fisher
PETER VALEESE-my curly, black hair to Blaine O'Brien
ROBERT WADSWORTH--a way with Miss Murphy to William
EVA WAGE-small feet to Connie Bierley
DOROTHY WAKELY--long eye lashes to Arlene Ives
DOROTHY WARNER-her secret of driving without the assist-
ance of Mel Williams and Bernie Robinson to Bud Swingle
WILLIS WARNER-place in library to Robert Dumas
VIVIAN WATTS-dimples to Phyllis Gage
ORVILLA WESLEY-her height to Shirley Stanton
EDWARD WESTON-beard to Howard Minkler
RAMONA WESTON-secret on how to get "gutter-balls" while
bowling to Jean Sheard
GERRY WHIPPLE-her artistic ability to Velma Wilson
MELVIN WILLIAMS-his art. for getting acquainted with
people to William Deubler
MARY ELLEN WOODCOOK-my quietness to Josephine
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. .45- Q QX,
First Row-Joyce Houghton, Lawrence Loveland, Gloris Miller, Jane Russell, Dot DeMetros, Marie Hotaling, Melvin Williams,
Jean McMullen, Marion Berg, Ramona Weston, Gerry Whipple, Ted Panasik, A. N. Krearner I 7
Bette Swan, Dot Warner, Polly VVesley, Doris Jenks, Bernard This year, under the ambitious directorxhzp of Mr. el. Ixreamer,
Robinson, Willis Warnerg Second Row-Betty Billet, Eleanor the yearbook staj' has launched upon the project of issuing u "Den '
Traver, Janet Smith, Janet Helmus, Dot Bloom, Marilyn Har- which will surpass in elegance and in value, any previous production
rington, Florence Rarick, Shirley Beach, Ila Lucas, June Pearson, of its kind in the Triple Cities Area.
Tommy Beach, Gloria Miller, Shirley Beach, Janet Helmus,
Marilyn Harrington, Jane Russell, Janet Allen, Robert Dumasg
Back Ron'-Gail Thompson, Richard Lewis, Barbara Cheney,
James St. Ledger, Pat Smith, Dawn Mathers, Bette Vifhittemore,
Marie Hotaling, Polly Wesley
With the help of .'l'Iz'.vx Raite, the members put the "Scribe" out once a
month. This club consisted of eighteen members. Janet Helmus was
elected as editor.
First Ron'-Neil Zylich, Rolland Vallese, Gerald York, Robert
Parr, Gilbert Beach. Richard Blake, Robert Beaumont, Ronald
Bakerman, Donald Williams, M. S. Congdon, David Nichols,
Blaine Ellis, Ronald Vileston, Larry Brearley, Ralph Stephens,
Lloyd lihlerg Second Row-Robert Clark, Jack Wilson, Kenneth
Sclaupp, Omar Lightner, Chester Osborne, Arthur Betts, Robert
The Science Club was under the direction of Dr. Stanley Congdon.
The members uperimented on many things. They also kept a weather
chart for every day.
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First Rau'-Barbara Weston, Joyce Golding, Joyce Buftington,
Alice Jenks, Vivian Little, Wilma Hackley, Joan Sampson, Jean
Wiggins, 'l'liomas Bench, Robert Dumas, Helen Swingle. Dick
Lindsey, James Mathers, James Shea, Kenneth Williams, Ed-
ward Lindsey, Larry Mathers, Lynwood McLain, Jack Ellis,
Peggy Rounds, Ronald Weston, Larry Brearley: Second Rau'-
Jamcs Dufly, Vaughn Thayer, Robert 0'Brien, Richard Black-
man, Virgil Nield, Hugh Bundy, Thomas Kvansy, Ramona
Weston, Janet Buflington, Caroline Stephens, Patricia Bonham,
Catherine Kolvek, James Spoor, Melvin Williams, Gerald Bundy,
Vernon Tozer, Robert Jenson, Donald Wagner, Thomas Jones,
Russell Johnston, Clyde Angevine, James Westfall, George
Roney, Janet Smith, Lucille Noyes, Herbert Swan
Once again the Vestal Central High School Student Body was ably
represented through the bicameral "Student Congress" under the
sponsorship of Miss Dorothy Smith.
SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB
Bernard Robinson, Marguerite Hoyt, Connie Bierley, Jacquelin
Washburn, Dorothy Hobart, Carol Avery, Willis Vllarner
The Senior Library Club is very active in our school. The members
check books in and out for the students. They also keep the library
looking clean. Miss Elizabeth Snow is their director.
JUNIOR LIBRARY CLUB
First Row-Phyllis Warren, Josaphine Jacobs, Elizabeth Billet,
Barbara Merkel, Wilma Hackley, Barbara Dickinson, Jeanne
Korger, Dora Bishop, Pat Larrabee, Geraldine Pierce, Sylvia
Brewster, Irene Breckner, Joyce Filan, Arlene Drum, Mary
Swackhammer, Beverly VVhitman, Suzanne Knight, Robert
Moss, Jerry Cargill, Carl Warfle, Kenyon Conant. Second Row-
Beverly Pierce, Mavis Cheney, Charlene Burg, Joyce Golding,
Audrey Jenson, Helen Maslin, Myrtle Walling, Thena VVarren,
Gloris Kneen, Jean Anderson, Agnes Hogan, Evelyn Marsh, Miss
Elizabeth Snow, Phyllis Pierce, Caroline Stevens, Hazel Bost-
wick, Marjorie Randall, Dorothy Reed, Constance Donley,
Laura Walling, Sue Beaumont, Patricia Brigode, Nancy Martin,
Martha Sprisansky, Colleen Cassin, Barbara Gross, Louise Avis
This club is under the leadership of llliss Elizabeth Snow. The
members help the Senior Club members in their library duties.
First Row-Nancy Thayer, Janet Helmus,
Rita Moulton: Second Roar-Thelma
Deming, lla Lucas, Marion Berg, Louise
Rose, Gloria Miller, Eleanor Traver,
Janet Bloomquistg Third Row-Shirley
Potter, Dawn Cook, Joyce Houghton,
Dot Warner, Pat Smith, Marilyn Har-
rington, Shirley Beach, Dot DeMetros,
Ramona Weston, Dot Bloom, Lou Rita
Herbert, Martha Zablotsky, Sally Brown
The purpose of this club is to teach eti-
quette. Pupils are taught haw to introduce
people, table manners and how to act on
dates. M iss Patteson and M iss Rodwell ad-
vised this club.
Bottom Rou'-Theresa Pucek, Joanne Seltzer, Bernice Smith,
Joyce Shipman: Back Rau'-Mary Sees, Jean Bishop, Miss Gladys
Besanson, Janice Turls, Jane Wall
Hazel Barnhardt. Carol Hungerford,
Beverly Noltce. Dot lhlorclcn, Bernice
Griswold, .lean Smith
The school nurse, Miss Rita Murphy,
had sponsored this group of young people
in a club zrhose purpose it had been to learn
more about the arts of "caring-for the sick."
I'nfortunately, uw' all become ill at times and
it is just then that their knouvledges are
Miss Gladys Besanson has been leading the traditionally productive
function of the "Language f'lub" this year. The work has stimulated
interest and likewise attracted attention to the desirability of creating
a kecner appreciation of its primary objectives.
A M W A ART CLUB
First Rau-Arlene June, Sarah Haodley, Mavis Cheney, Robert Standing-Mr. James Williams, teacher '
Mass, Beverly Krissel, Betty Maasg Second Row-Beverly Van- With the arrival of Mr. James Williams from Aliquippa, Pennsyl-
dermark, Sue Beaumont, Beverly Pierce, Jerrold Cargill, Helen vania, our Art Department has received a stimulus in several forms.
Maslin, Audrey Jenseng Third Rou-Ruth Odell, Pauline June, One of these is the Art Club which has enjoyed one of its most flourish-
Jean Foster, Niel Zylich, Richard Blackman, Chester Osborng ing years.
- SOLO CLUB
Front Rau'-Donald Taylor,
Jack VVilson, Elmer Den-
mon: Back Rou'-Colleen
Cassin, Geraldine Frank,
Eugene Smith, Eleanor Ka-
dlecik, Pat Smith, Gloria
Miller, Connie Bierley,
As in previous years the high
school riding club received
the inspiring leadership of
Miss Elizabeth Snouv who
managed to get a number of
rides arranged for despite
First Rau'-Patricia Shaw, Janet Smith faccompanistj, Helen Meeting on .Vondays and Tuesdays, this club has had its activities
Swlngle, Ann David, Betty Denmon, Edna l'lher, Dorothy devoted to the purpose of cultivating individual skill in vocal ez-
Hobartg Second Rau'-Shirley Crooks, Phyllis Gage, Glenn pression.
Kneen, Bob Crooks, Dick Martin, Willis Warner, Emerson Jones,
Fred McCulley, Edgar Sager, Mrs. MacLowery, Beverly Card
I I SWIMMING
Prone-Patricia Shaw, Marion
Berg, Geraldine Frank, Colleen
Cassin, Janet llloomquist. Jac-
quelyn Waslihurng Knceling--
Edna Mae Farr, Jean McMul-
len, Myrna Lou Salisbury:
Standing A- Gloria Miller, Pat
Smith, Beverly Vanlluzer, Pat
VVilkerson, Shirley Knoll,
Nlyrtle Vvalling, Edna l'Iiler,
Shirley Hiorns, Mary Uhleen,
Norine Stevens, Mary Sees
The girls had the pleasure of
suvimming at the YWCA every
Tuesday night. They were given
lessons on how to .s-u'im. This
club was under the sponsorship
of Miss Ruth Hqffcner.
I"irst Row-Herbert Swan, Richard Martin, Clifton Williams,
Wlllle Wills, Richard Holdridge, George Jubb, Theodore Panasik,
Melvin Williams, Joseph Monahang Second Row-Lawrence
Robards, James Mathers, Howard Minckier, Bertram Mercereau,
Jack Ellis, Clinton Johnston, Richard Lindsay, Robert Bundy,
Louis Daughtery, Nelson Hessler, Clair Swingle, Robert lflllis
The Varsity I 'lub consists of all boys who have I't'!'6'I.l'l'fI letlerx
Ihroughout their school days. They earn their letters by participating
in basjcetball, football, baseball, track, cross-country, and other
Seated-Gloria Miller, Lawrence Robardsg
Standing-Albert Davies, George Kellam,
Connie Bierley, Marguerite Hoyt, Mr.
Perhaps the oldest art of all, according to
historical development, this activity has been
well established at Vestal Central High School
under the direction of Mr. Lewis lValker.
Front-Bruce Smith, Joseph Monahang
Bark Row-Louise Rose, George Jubb,
Steven Pyluck, Clinton Johnston, Norman
Pickering, Howard Davies, Donald Ford,
Richard Hill, Herbert Swan, Theodore
When if comes to being air-minded, Vestal
f'f'nI'ral High School is certainly enlightened.
l'nrlr'r the supervision of the ever-lilreable Mr.
Lal'ernc Bundy, this group of "embryonic"
aviators and mechanics have again this year,
as in the past, worked energetically at their
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
Mr. William lsslcr Cinstructorj, Frank Brown, Robert Ackerman, Mr. William Iss-ler, formerly of Watertown, New York, has entered
Nelson Hesslcr, Robert Bundy, Jack Ellis, Robert Hanley, Rich- into the activities of this club, which he sponsors with such vigor that
ard Landon, Russell Dewing, flarence Hiza, William Hungerford, its members have been hard pressed to keep abreast of him.
John Kvasany, Milton Eldred
RADIO BROADCASTING CLUB
First Row-Delores Rappold, Marjorie Frost, Anne David, Edna
l'hler, Rita Moulton, Tommy Beach, Jean McMullen, Pat
Smith, lla Lucas, Marion Berg, Dorothy Bloom, Jane Russell:
Second Row-Ronald Weston, Glenn Kneen, Jack Ellis, Jim
0'Sl1ea, Bette Swan, Mr. Kreamer, Sally Brown, Joe Cacciola,
James Westfall, Ed Lindsey, Neil Zylich
It would definitely be a statement contrary to fact for anyone to
declare Vestal Central High School as behind the times. Mr. A.
N. Kreamer has launched another up-to-the-minute school activity
in the nature of the Radio Broadcasting Club.
y",.m ' .
First Rou-Jane Russell, Dorothy Bloomg Second Row-Polly
Wesley, Martha Ward, Patricia Smith, Marion Berg, Edna Uhler,
Jean McMullen, Barbara Weston, Third Row-Lucille Noyes,
Patricia Shaw, Mildred Lewis, Peggy Rounds, Dawn Mathers,
Helen Swingle, Eleanor Traver, Peggy McClure, Janet Blomquist,
Marie Hotaling, Norine Stevens
This type of dancing is to teach the girls poise and grace. Dorothy
Bloom led this group under the superirision of M iss Carolyn Schmer-
SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
First Rau'-Marie Hotaling, Pat Smith, Jean McMullen, Sally
Brown, Mary Blazey, Bette Swan, Barbara Weston, Ila Lucas,
Jane Russell, Mr. August Kreamer, Dorothy Bloom, Marion Berg,
Lou Rita Herbert, Mary Kvasny, Jane Herrick, Martha VVard,
Barbara Denmon, Joyce Fisher, Martha Zablotsky, Janet Blom-
quist, Shirley Knollg Second Row-Janet Bufllngton, Jane Leo-
nard, Edna L'hler, Pat Shaw, Katherine Heath, Phyllis Gage,
Beverly VanDuzer, Phyllis Nichols, Betty Whittimore, Jeanne
McDonald, Willis Wills, James Westfall, Robert Bundy, Lloyd
VVinnie, Bert Mersereau, Lewis Daughtery, Donald VVagner,
Richard Hollenback, Joe Monahan, Tommy Beach, Delores
Rappold, Barbara Cheney, Theresa Pucek, Jean Bishop, Eleanor
Lewis, Marjorie Frost, Joanne Dunbar, Alice Traver, Annice
Vestal Central High School added a number of innovations to its
extra-curricular aetivitiex this year which included the neuvly organ-
ized "Social Dance f'Iub" under the leadership of Mr. A. N. Krea-
First Roue-Sally Brown, Ann Moss, Richard
Lindsay, lla Lucas, Jane Russellg Second
Rou'+Fred McCulley, Pat Brock, Mr. A. N.
Kreamer, Elgin Miller, Pat Smithg Third
Hou'-Marjorie Frost, Delores Rappold,
Anne David, Barbara Cheney
The Debate Flub was under the sponsorslzip of
Mr. A. N. Kreamer. The members debated on
many current problems. Some of them are:
.vtrilre.v, imparting the Atom bomb secret, and
compulsory military training for all boys for
mer, of the Faculty.
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First lfou---'Bob Ellis, Vliurles Swan, Lawrence Robards, James
Shea, James Mathers, Herbert Swan, George Hardy. Lyn McLain,
Gerald lluncly, Louis Angelo: Sccoucl Roub-Howard Minkler,
Bert Mercereau, Al Heine, Richard Martin. Flair Swingle, Clin-
ton Johnston, llernaral Goan, Jack Ellis, Louis Daugherty, Nor-
llrown, Dale Betz, Mr. Paul Gimmie, coach
f'ampa1'gu1'ng valiantly, our first year Varsity Football team gave a
good account of itscb' in .its meetings uiith aformidable array of out-
standing opponents. Pouch Paul Gimmie deserves a lot ofcrerlit for
his patience and 1lI1,fl87'Sl!1Ill1'lI1,g counsel to his boys throughout man y
man Pickering, William Richards, Lawrence Mathers, Frank trying circumstances.
First Row-William Peters, Eugene Hoppes, Louis Hill, Robert man, James Shea
Shirley, Richard Dennis, Howard Minkler, Phillip Weston: Sec-
ond Rou-Melvin VVilliams, Clarence Holdren, Clifton VVilliams
Steve Pyluck, CAssistant Coachj Mr. Sidney Stock, ffoachl Mrl
Robert Workman, Albert Hiene, Richard Holdridge, Robert Out-
The Varsity Baseball team had a most successful season in that they
were able to compete in the sectional play-Qffs held at I lhaca. However.
they lost in a close game with lhefinal score 7 to 6.
Ifirsl Ron'--Bernard Robinson, Clifiton Ylilliams, Theodore Pana- W'ilh what amounted to u makeshift line-up in December, Coach Lew
slk, Eugene Hoppes, James Shea, Al Heine: Second Rou+Steve Walker eventually moulded a hard-driving, well-organized quintet lo
Pyluck, Herb Swan, Donald Dennis, Ronald Baker, Bob Toulson, represent our basketball entry in the Southern Tier Conferenve.
Bernie Goon, Melvin Williams, Mr. Lewis Vllalker fcoachl
First Row-Richard Martin, Mr. James Williams Ccoachl, Jack
Ellis, Phil Weston, Robert Barnhart, James Mathers, Gerald
Bundy, Edwin Black,lManagerDg Second Row-Paul Kadlecik,
Lyn McLain, Richard Holdridgeg Third Row-Donald Wagner,
Richard Bostwick, James Westfall, Vllilliam Panza, Richard
Wickman, Warren Chocholaty, Howard Minckier, George Hardy,
With such an experienced coach, James Williams, he has merited
considerable commendation for his splendid coordination of a num-
ber of nnseasoned young athletes into that which represented our
Junior Varsity Basketball Five.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
First Row-Riehard Frederiei, Douglas VVard, Edward Put-ek, Under the experienced supervision of their mentor, Mr. Sidney
Dale Betz, Elmo Wilcox: Seraml Roll'-Glen Tarbox, Ivan Ed- Stork, the Vestal Central High Sehool Cross Country athletes en-
wards, Mr. Sidney Stock, Harold Steinruek. Joseph Cac-viola, minitered a series of sm-ecsses' and reverses in their interschotas-tie
Donald Vvagner competition.
VARSITY TRACK TEAM
First Row-Raymond Hill, Richard Martin, Robert Ellis, Richard
Holdridge, Melvin VVilliams, Richard Lindsey, Leroy Welty,
Ted Panasik, Ronald Gillete, Joe Monahan, Gerald Cole, Harlan
Smith, George Jubbg Second Rout-Mr. Stock, Charles Swan,
Peter Vallese, James Shea, Clinton Johnson, Robert Shirley,
Nelson Hessler, Harry Littlejohn, Richard Dennis, Clair Swingle,
Bert Merserau, Robert Wadsworth, Larry Robards, Bernard
Goon, James Mathers, David Harkness, David Dihble, Raymond
Hill, Mr. Gimmie, CCoac'hj
In as much as this sport ix 11ef'1's.v11riIy harullerl in the spring and
after the "Den" has gone to press. there is very little that might be
authentirally written about its activities at this time.
First Rou'-Janet Huffington, Jean McMullen, Bette Swang Sec- The Senior Cheerleaders are to be congratulated for building up the
ond Ron'-Joanne Dunbar, Beverly VanDuzer, Esther Purdy, school spirit of the student body. They were present at all games and
eheered at our assemblies. They were under the supervision of Miss
Jane Leonard, Put Shaw, Robert Dumas, Alice Traver, Marie The Junior l'heerleader.s- tool: an active part during the Junior
Hotaling Varsity games. They .vhowed the student body that boys can be just as
good cheerleaders as the girls.
GIRL'S BOWLING CLUB
Front-Thelma Wills, Standing-Janet Buffington, Joanne Dun- The girls of Vestal Central High School entered into the practice of
bar, Peg McClure, Beverly Van Duzer, Alice Traver, Edna Uhler, bowling very enthu.via.s'ticalIy this year, although no extensive schedule
Evelyn Craver, Jane Leonard of outside meets were planned.
First Row-Eugene Hamlin, Alan Strutliers, Robert Uhler, Leo
Striley, Elwood McLean, Richard Duffy, Edward Canfield, Gary
Hardy, Henry Smith, Bob Guldenschuh: Second Row-Clinton
Lainhart, Richard Kiegler, William Northrup, Robert Jensen,
Robert Hanley, Willie Wills, Charles Stanley, Lacey Jones, Ro-
bert Hess, Richard Hotaling, Edwin Black, Kenneth Scliupp,
Vvalter Kintner Ccoachj
Mr. Kintner directed this group of young boys. They were given the
same exercises that the Varsity football team got.
GIRLS' VARSITY VOLLEYBALL
Pat Smith, Jean Sheard. Vera Yalahek, Betty Farmen, Louise This year, Bliss Schniersal made it possible for the girls to play
Rose, Dorothy Bloom, Alicia Wright, Theresa Pucek, Orvilla .'Ven'arl: Valley, U. E. and Johnson City on volleyball. We were
Wesley, Marion Berg iiictorious over U. E. and Newark Valley.
First Row-Jean McMullen, Jane Leon-
ard, Janet Bufflngton, Joanne Dunbar,
Edna Uhler, Polly VVesley5 Second Ron'-
Jane Russell, Janet Bloomquist, Dorothy
Bloom, Alice Traver, Marie Hotaling,
Norine Stevens, Anice Dumbleton, Mar-
ion Berg: Third RowMLuciIle Noyes,
VVilma Hackley, Mildred Lewis, Eleanor
Traver, Peggy McClure, Dawn Mather,
Beverly VanDuzer, Patricia Smith, Peg-
The girls in this club made pyramids and
did other stunts. This club was under the
direction of Miss Uarolyn Schmersal.
First Rowe-Maxine Larrnbee, Grace
Dodd, Frances Decker. Jean Pendleton,
Barbara Krisselg Serond Roa--Nancy
Merrin, Wilma Hackley, Doris Messemer,
Leona Cady, Rosie Fissel: Third Ron'-
Betty Farmen, Alicia lllright
This team 11-as T'l'Cl0I'l.07I-V in every game
they played. Their runner-up was lVin-
soclri. The games irere played in gym classes
and also during activity periods.
First R011-Ramona VVeston, Polly Wes-
ley, Marion Berg, Dorothy Bloom, Sec-
ond Hou'-Patric-ia Smith, Jane Russell,
Dorothy DeMetros3 Third Roux-Peggy
Rounds, Louise Rose, Marilyn Harring-
ton, Eleanor Traver, Lucille Noyes, Miss
Thr' uinning ieam in soffball was W insocki -
They played ofher learns during activify
Km'r'Iing-Marion Berg, Ramona Yves-
ton, Dorothy Bloom, Patricia Smith,
Standing-Dorothy DeMetros, Marylyn
Harrington, Peggy Rounds, Polly Wes-
ley, Louise Rose, Eleanor Traver, Jane
Russell, Lucille Noyes, Nancy Tlulyer,
lI'hf'rr'1'f'r om' goes, hr i1I'!'077It"N mrnrr' of Ihr
lremrndons popular-ify Qf Ihr' brand rj' girls
sporls. Sprwlbflll is fl f'0III1IiIlflfTOIl of has-
lf1'll1ull and .vorrer in 1l',I1.f'h lhrrz' ix an alum-
rlrlnrc' of sirzifl fool-moving 11I'f1.0Il. .lliss
f'arolyn Srhnzrrsal zvus roach.
Firsf Row-Ramona Weston, Polly Vlfes-
ley, Beverly VanDuzer, Anice Dumble-
ton, Jane Leonard: Serond R011-Dot
Bloom, Janet Bufilngton, Marion Berg,
Jane Russell, Barbara Weston, Peggy
Meflure, Edna l'hler, Phyllis Gage,
Alice Traver, Joanne Dunbar
The lark of snail' has made it difficult Io do
rnurh skiing and sleigh-riding this year.
There have been opporlimifies for hikes
and hol-dog roasts. M iss Varolyn Schmer-
sal enjoyed the fun as sponsor of Ihe club.
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Firsl Hou'-Marilyn Barton, Doris Jenks, Lawrence Loveland,
Marilyn Eldred, Paul Kintner, Pat Wilkerson, Shirley Hiorns,
Talbot Thayer, Second Rau'-Richard Frederiei, Kenneth W'il-
liams, Lynwood Mc-Lain, James St. Ledger, Thomas Crooks,
0hve.Terry, Nancy Rounds: Third Rau'-Donald Lozier, Jean
Wiggins, George Roney, Barbara Weston, Norine Stevens, Eva
VVage, Shirley Crooks, Ruth Pickering, Edith Sampson, Creigh-
don Vvard, Marion George, Doris Mason, Edna Ward, Helen
Swingle, Barbara Jenks, Billy Hinriehsen, Melvin Vlfilliams, Clif-
ton W'illiams, James Westfall, Fourth Hou'-June Fisher, Pat.
Brock, Joanne Korger, Jamilee Black, Donna Noyes, Shirley
Potter, Robert Outman, Everett Allen, Paul Kadleeik, Russell
Frederici, Donald Jersey, Fifth Rout-Kathryn Lamb, Joyce
VVarner, Carol Hotaling, Albert Slottje, Ray Stanton, Mr. Bry-
den, Dorothy Reed, Harold Steinruek, Lawrence Robards, Edgar
Sager, Douglas W'arfl, Gay Thompson, Peggy Rounds, Barry Hess,
Elmer Stanton, Mr. Marvin, James Spoor, Helen Aten, Luc-ille
Noyes, Polly VVesley, Laura Jane Kent
The Concert Band played at assemblies. They pu! an a eonrert in the
spring under the direction of Mr. William Jlarrin and Iran Bryden
First Row-Jean Letson, Phyllis Nichols, Dot lVarner, Shirley
Crooks, Lou Rita Herbert, Clara McGuire, Helen Aten, Janet
Helmus, Shirley Russell, Ruth Pickering, Wilma Hackley, Pat
Smith, Nancy hlerrin, Polly lvesleyg Second Rau'-Joan Eldred,
Bette Swan, Bernice Smith. Joanne Seltzer. Cora DeLand. Janet
Barrier, Virginia Webb, Janet Smith facconipanistl, Dot Hobart,
Mary Uhleen, Edna l'hler, Barbara Dickinson, Doris Mason,
Phyllis Gage, Beverly Card, Joan Straka, Marilyn Barton: Third
Row-Alice Bell, Ochlee Prince, Thelma Deming, Barbara Den-
mon, Barbara Holmes, Joyce Houghton, Shirley Beach, Anne
David, Helen Swingle, Arlene lves, Eleanor Traver, Mildred
Lewis, Betty Denmon, Elaine Johnson, Joan Sampson, Lois
Kellam, Myrna Salisbury, Janet Deming, Fourth Row--Glenn
Kneen, Paul Kadelack, Lyn McLain, Don Jersey, Larry Mathers,
Jim Westfall. Dick Martin, Emerson Jones, Allen Townsend,
Willis Warner. Bernie Goon, Lawrence Loveland. Jim Stanton,
Dick Black, Everett Allen, Bob Crooks, Talbot Thayer, Dick
Kegler, Fred Mcfulley, Edger Sager, Bob Dumas
When if coumv fo lcz1d1'r.s'hip, our choir is certainly found u'ell led by
their Mm. Leona .llcI,ou'ry. When it comes Io voices, there will be
found n rich quantify and qunlily in the presence of the members
found in the Senior Fhoir.
First Row-Dot Warner, Eleanor Kadlecik, Lou Rita Herbert,
Shirley Crooks, Clara McGuire, Helen Aten, Janet Smith, VVilma
llackley, Pat Smith, Barbara Dickinson, Nancy Merrin, Polly
Wesley, Edna Farr, Second Rou'WJoan Eldred, Marion Evans,
Betty Swan, Cora De Land, Janet Barrier, Virginia Webb, Con-
stance Donley, Dot Hobart, Edna l'hler, Doris Mason, Joan
Straka, Beverly Vard, Marie Hotaling, Jean Letsong Third Rau'-
Grace Dodd, Bernice Smith, Joanne Seltzer, Barbara Denmon,
Barbara llolmes, Joyce Houghton, Mildred Lewis, Eleanor Tra-
ver, Betty Denmon, Mary Ohleen, Pat Shaw, Phyllis Gage,
Myrna Salisburyg Fourth Rou'-Phyllis Nichols, Alice Bell, Ochlee
Prince, Shirley Beech, Ann David, Helen Swingle, Sylvia Brews-
ter, Arlene Ives, Dawn Mathers, Elaine Johnson, Jean Brisco,
Dorothy Samson, Joan Samson, Lois Killiam, Marjorie Randall,
Virginia VVebb CAecompanistD
The work of the Girls' Choir had featured a number of our musical
pravenlalions, held this year. It is an ever-pleasing occasion when the
T6fTf11'7lH from this ensemble harmonize info a recognized melody.
First Row-M. Barton, D. Jenks, L. Loveland, M. Eldred, P.
Kintner, P. Wilkerson, S. Hironesg Second Row-K. Williams, R.
Frederiei, J. St. Leger, B. Jenks, WV. Hendrichsen, N. Rounds:
Third Rau'-D. Lozier, J. Wiggins, G. Ronnie, N. Stevens, E.
VVage, S. Crooks, R. Pickering, E. Sampson, F. Ward, D. Mason,
H. VVard, H. Swingle, R. Houghton, M. Vvilliams, Cl. Vhlilliams, J.
VVe-stfall, Fourth Rou'-P. Brock, J. Korger, J. Black, B. Weston,
E. Allen, P. Kadlec-ik, T. Round, H. Crane, D. Jersey: Fifth Row-
J. Spoor, H. Aten, L. Noyes, P. VVesley, L. J. Kent: Back Row-
Mr. Bryden, B. Swan, T. Thayer, J. Houghton, M. Lewis, D.
Bloom, S. Potter, D. Reed, E. Sager, H. Steinruck, D. Ward,
G. Thompson, P. Rounds, B. Hess, E. Stanton, J. Blomquist, A.
Moss, R. YVeston, M. Berg, J. Russell, Mr. Marvin
The marching band has participated al many ooz'a.s'ion.s' throughout
fhe year. They marched at football games and ivhenever possible. Jlr.
William Marvin and .ll r. I ran Bryden were the leaders.
HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA
Firsl Ron'-Nancy Thayer, Helen Swingle, Doris Bidwell, Ruth
Piekering, Paul Kintner, Eva Wage, ,Shirley Hiorns, Talbot
Thayer: Second Row-Regina Holdren, Marilyn Eldred, Richard
Duc-rr, Clifton VVilliams, Paul Kadleeik, William Hinrichsen,
James Westfall, Third Ron'-Jean Wiggins, Joanna Korger, Don-
ald Lozier, Lawrence Robords, Harold Steinrock, Elaine John-
son, Peggy Rounds, Mr. Bryden, Ronald Bakeman, Laura Jane
Kent, Orvilla VVesley
Mr. Iran. Bryden look orer the orchestra. They played for assem-
blies on Fridays. They also played al nu merous night acliviliex.
F1'T.Yf Rout-June Fisher, Kathy Lamb, Joan Hill, Louise Hark-
ness, Robert Manning, Gene Cargil, Jean Korger, Tommy Crooks,
Olive Terry, Janice WVo0d: Second Ron'-Ray Stanton, Albert
Slottje, Joyce Warner, Neil Robinson, Jack Denmark, Criege
Johnson: Third Rau'-Keith Willis, Audrey Schillinger, Barbara
Hitchcock, Ruth Pickering, Marion George, Edna Ward, Anna
Kintner, Ogden Webster Vaughn Thaver Beverl No s E
, , , , y 'ye, ver-
ett Allen, Gary Wilcox, Fourth Rou'-Jimmy Blossom, Clyde
Thompson, Coit Conant, Norman Spence, Lloyd I'hler, Roger
VVestgate, Rodney Outman, Jerry Potter, Adrian Price, Joan
Babcock, Mr. Bryden, James Howard, Barry Hess, John Korger,
Richard Lewis, Stanley Richlew, Clarence Potteroff, Roger Mc-
Manus, Rob VVield, Robert VVilliams
The Junior Band played for the elementary grades at assemblies.
It helps to get the members ready to play in the Senior Band.
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BOYS' CHOIR
First Row-Jerry Cargill, Robert 0'Brien, Thomas Crooks,
James Howard, Roger Wick, Sam DiCenzo, Ward Bunzy, Bruce
Potter, Ralph Northrup, Merle Flipse, Ronald Weston, James
Duffy, Second Row-Keith Terry, Richard Blackman, Richard
Miller, James McNerny, Chester Osborn, David Hungerford,
Kenyon Conant, Harry Swackhammer, Ronald Cady, Neil
Zylickg Third Row-Jack Wilson, Ray Stanton, Virgil Neild,
Donald Smith, Edgert Woodcook, Don Taylor, Eugene Allis,
Robert Shard, Robert Clark, Albert Slottjeg Fourth Row-Jerome
Davis, Richard Ingerick, Elmer Staraz, Steve Denmon, Donald
William, Robert Beaumont, Clyde Angevine, Alden Randall,
The boys of Vestal Central High School have proven to as that girls
aren't the only ones that can sing. This group is under the direction
of M iss i'lIacL0u'ry.
BATON TWIRLERS AND FLAG SWINGERS
First Row-Bette Swan, Barbara Vragal, Phyllis VVarren, Louise
Avis, Gloria Kneen, Jean Smith, Shirley Watts, Jane Russell:
Second Row-Shirley Potter, Wanda Widerman, Pat Cook, Be-
verly VValker, Joyce Houghton, Talbot Thayer, Mildred Lewis,
Ramona Weston, Marion Berg, Ann Moss, Janet Blomquist
Mr. Ivan Bryden and Mr. William Marvin had the responsibility
of seeing to it that the baton and flag swingers were kept busy. They
participated at the football games, concert and other activities outside
SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE CHGIR
First Row-Shirley VVatts, June Fisher, Ruth Pyluck, Marilyn
Noyes, Carole Hotaling, Gloria Kneen, Barbara Gross, Jean
Smith, Hazel Barnhardt, Suzanne Knight, Eleanor Madison,
Second Ron'-Joan Hill, Colleen Cassin, Kathy Lamb, Beverly
Pierce, Barbara Merkel, Beverly Yandermark, Virginia Richards,
Jane Gunther, Mildred Carman, Charlene Burd, Pauline June,
Pat Brigode, Julia Valentag Third Row-Jean Denmon, 'Audrey
Hinriehsen, Marlene McCoy, Sarah Hoadley, Bernice Fuller,
Marjorie Seltzer, Joyce Warner, Martha Sprusansky, Marlene
Morton, Arlene June, Helen Maslin, Donna Kay Noyes, Caecom-
panistj, Maude Jones: Fourth Ron'-Jean Babcock, Dolores
Yoder, Vivan Little, Alice Jenks, Marion George, Betty Mass,
Nancy Rounds, Mary Conklin, Phyllis YYarren, Alberta Flipsie,
Marilyn Tasker, Nancy Martin, Beverly Noyes, Jerry Frinkg
Fifth Ron'-Laura Walling, Joyee Buffington, Connie Morton,
Barbara VVebb. Christine Cody, Mary Jean Hessler, Jean Ander-
son, Beverly VValker, Olive Terry, Joyce Golding, Audrey Jenson
Mavis Cheney, Louise Avis, Charlotte Gillispie
It is often said that the eff'ie1'en,ey of any organization lies in its re-
placements. This young and spirited group of .rongsters will supply
the talenlfor the other choirs in the school.
THE SECRE"ARlAL STAFF
Mrs. Margaret VVOod Mrs. Rhea FUUOTI
RETURNING OUR NEW GUIDANCE
SERVICEMEN'S BUREAU COUNSELLOR
Swing-LaVgrne Bundy h A Mr- Paul Glmmle
SfHH,d1V1,gfAllC9 Purdy, Paul Glmmle
THE MOST TRADITIONAL
'GVEHICLEH OF VESTAL
Anne David, Miss Rita Murphy, nurse, Dr. Harry Sha- In fha car-Thelma VVillsg L. to R.-Louis Bidwell, Howard
pm-in Davies, Richard Lindsey, Ramona Weston, Peggy Mc-
Clure, Jane Russell. Barbara lveston, Charles Swan.
David Dibble, Richard Kegler, lrVillie VVills, owner
First Razr'-Mary Low Watts, Marjorie Love, Helen
Betzg Ser-and lZOIl'f'Ellg0I10 Morey, James Adriance,
Marjorie Haney: Third R011'-Norman Swartout, Delos
Geisenhofg Sffllldllllg--NllSS Rita Murphy
VESTAL CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS SCENE
Front Hou'-Louise Rose, Richard Lind-
say: Iiack Rout-Dorothy Ik-Metros,
Theodore Panasic-k, Ramona Weston,
Betty Demnon, Dorothy Wakely
Herbert Swan, RieIiur1I Lindsziy, Janet
Smith, David Dihbie
Helen Swingle, Richard Lindsay, Jam
Shea, James Mathers
KINC-3 AND OUEEN
Doris Jones, Janet Helmus, Bert Merse-
reau, Dick Lindsay, Louise Rose, Ber-
nard Robinson, Janet Smith, David
Dibble, Ochlee Prince
NDVEPIFI SI N G
COM PLI M EN TS
Burt's Department Store
17 Washington Avenue S n S B
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frczcluating lass qf 946
VESTAL CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
As you face 'the uncertainties of the future, may your preparation
to meet them be adequate, your courage to face them undaunted ....
and may the world become a better place because your lives have
touched it. Our best wishes go wit.h you
- - Always - -
When in Binghamton, do as the
Binghamtonions do---SHOP at
Specialists in smart apparel for high schoolers - - - Boys and girls who
insist upon usmoothl' clothes Always find styles to their liking here!
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For all the Family
From All Over the VVorld
Your Home-Town Newspaper to Keep Abreast of Things
at Home and Abroad
ENDICOTT DAILY BULLETIN
for - FLAVOR
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Your Store for Better .
Furs - Dresses - Coats - Accessories X
Cor. Front Sz Main St.
W 0 .verve to s14r1'i1'e
Vestal, N. Y. Phone 447
The follozziing dealers wish to compliment
Dr. N. K. Berne
Roy's Barber Shop
Swain's Drug Store
Vestal Dry Goods
TliaIlinger's Confectionery Store
F. L. Rounds
STUDIO 8: ENGRAVERS
House Sz Studio Portraits
Specializing in Churell and
Home Tveddings, Parties,
Endieott Bulletin Bldg. Endicott, N. Y.
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