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To Mr. Charles Traphagen for the unselfish guidance given us throughout
our years in Vestal, for the direction provided during our final year, and
for the generous services imparted as a class advisor, We sincerely dedicate
this, the 1959 Den.
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Mr. Edward W. Smith, Assistant Supervising Principal
Mr. P. Paul Gimmie, Supervising Principal
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ROW 1: Mrs. Donald Saxton, Mr. Walter Williams, Presidentg Mrs. Ralph Walker. ROW 2
Dr. Samuel Finkelstein, Mr. Roland Scott, Mr. Glenn Miller. Missing: Mr. Eugene Zierdt, Mr
Verne Eldredge, Mr. George Brown.
Mr, Arqhur lj. PW-k Mr. Malvnlm Piester
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Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Moulton
Mrs. Potts, Clerk of the Board
Mrs. Vanclervort, Typist
Mrs. Lorensen, Accountant Clerk
Miss Griswold, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs.
Mrs. Quinn, Mrs. Haire, Mrs. Putnam.
Mr. Mason, Director of Buses, Mr. Jen
sen, Head Custodiang Mr. Hoadley
Director of Transportation, Buildings,
Mrs. Williziriis, Mrs. Beach, Mrs. Marsh. Mrs. Cobb. Mrs. Monticello, Mrs. Neilly, Mrs. Ward. Mrs. Lillie, Mrs.
Mayes. Mrs. Seebohrn. Miss Haight.
Mr. Kurtzman, Psychologist
Mr. Polansky, Speech Therapist
Miss Murphy, R.N.
Mrs. Gruelick, Dental Hygienist
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T. Jensen, R. Manning. ROW 2: W. Babcock, G. Breed, P. Scott, C. Corson, L. Swartz, J. Ward, F. Loeffler, G
Steinruck, M. Price, J. Petrak, H. Daniels, H. Davidson, J. Heavy, L. Mason.
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SVlf.'X'l'l'Il3: Mrs. Wlavku. Mrs. Vamlcrlvilt. Miss jones. N 'ss Strung. STANDING: Mr, Bidbyk. Miss Ifarnsl. W1
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Hill: Mrs. Rmwy. Hr. Corwin. Mr. Russ. STANDING: Mr. Kirk. Mr. Rum
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Miss Cleveland, Miss Gennett
Miss Lewandowski, Mr. Eddy,
Mr. Byers, Mr. Marvin
Mr. Persley, Mr. D,Angelo
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To Miss Esther J ones we owe sincere thanks
for the direction and support given to the
Yearbook Staff toward the preparation of
the 1959 Den.
To Mrs. Mary Ann Macko we offer our
extreme gratitude for her help patiently and
thoughtfully given us during our junior and
We would like to pay tribute to our advisors, Miss Jones, Mrs. Vanderbilt, Mrs. Macko, Mr. Snoback, for their
guidance, insight and judgement throughout our four years in high school.
To Mrs. Gertrude Vanderbilt we express
our deep appreciation for her services as
class advisor and Senior play director.
To Mr. Paul Shoback We give our utmost
recognition for his valuable aid, especially
with the Snak Shak.
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We, the Senior Class, wish to express our appreciation to our Class Officers for the
leadership they have given us during the past year.
George Shary has been an extremely dedicated and hard working president during
our Freshman, Sophomore and Senior years.
Jim Wilson has been very capable as vice president this year and as treasurer in our
Shirley Fisher has carried out her duties as secretaary of the senior class with great
Stan Kopansky has served well as treasurer in the Sophomore and Senior years and
as vice president in the Junior year.
DAVID L. ACKLEY ,, 4 3 'L '22
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"A good reputation is better tlimymoneyfzk V' WWC i-'UV
Wrestling 23 Track 3. ,I QV" ' 1.05 'V'
Service Air Force ,CV tA,f,p .A 7 ,
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ARLENE ALLXHNL 1 ug , ff
Q' Thought alone IS etfilul.
Girls' Choir 13 Athletics Club 2, 33 Dramatics
Club 33 Girls' Swimming Club 3g Bow ing Cl b
3, 4g Press Club 4. fi I -'L '17
I 7. ' KU ,Y , PATRICIA A. ASHCRAFT
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"I never let education interfere with my school-
Transferred from Scotia 3g Senior Band 23 JV
Service Air Force
RUSSEL L. AVERY
"Coach, those big boys are picking on me."
Band lg Basketball 1, 2, 3g Ring Committee 3g
Cross Country 4.
"There is much to be said, but your eyes keep
Orchestra lg Girls' Athletic Club 13 VP Student
Congress lg President Glee Club 13 Dramatics
Club 13 Concert Choir 3, 4-3 Vestal Voices 4-3
UN Club 43 Senior Play 4.
merry and WISE.
SHIRLEY J. BEEMAN
' must never rmg tonight.
25 Dance Committee 33 Snak-Shak 4g
4, Announcements Committee 4.
CAROLYN JOY BEGELL
"She's small, but so is a stick of dynamite."
Girls' Choir 1, Mixed Choir lg Student Con-
gress lg Rifle Club 1' Girls' S orts 2, 3, 4g
Bowling Club 2g UN 4.
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JOANN BILLET K X ,fy
'Quiet and good is she." 'fi ' ' XJ' 'V
JAMES M. BILLET
"Life's sweet song is often jazz."
Transferred from Maine 2g Student Council 1,
2, 4, Nominating Committee 3g Track 1, 2, 3,
45 Basketball 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Captain
4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Art Club 1: Junior
Honor Society lg Boys' State 3, UN Club 4. tx,
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ELMA JOAN J3ovoAnfr,, .. ,
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"She liked to like peoplekrtherefore, people liked
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Bowling Club 3, Girls Sports 3.
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gu y "Arms can hold more than footballs, can't they?"
sag I Football 1, 3, 4-g Wrestling 1.
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NOT vo I Xb? "I sit and watch the world go by."
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Band 1, 2, 3g Student Congress 2g UN Club
43 Senior Play.
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her spaniel eyes."
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ROBERT GRIF F ITH BROWN
Basin Street Brown
What me worry?
snak Shak 4 Yearbook Staff 4 UN Club 4 I K
Senior Suggestion Committee I ,Q s-2 j
College Englneerlng ' 1
WILLIAM GORDON BROWN VA B E
Why aint they all contented like me?
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CAROL ELIZABETH BUEHLER
"The hand that hath made you fair, hath made
Transferred from Schenectady 43 Dramatics
Club 2g Swimming Club 43 Snak-Shak 4.
Airline Ste-wardess Nurse
UN Club 45 Snak-Shak 4.
VIRGINIA MARIE BRUCE
"Speech is great, but silence IS greater
Transferred from Maine 2 Girls Athletics 1
Cheerleading 1 , Snak Shak 4
J. REE BRUNDAGE
, ' Si Oracle when I open my mouth let
S t Council 1 3 4 Boys Choxr Concert
rus 2, 3 Key Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 3
Q! l Secretary 4 UN Club 3 4 Class President 3
X -Q1 , Ho or ,Society 3 Treasurer 4 Syracuse Citizen
'3 - ' onference 3 4 Boys State 3 Senior
ay 43 Dance Com 1 2 3 ,Ir Red Cross Club
4' Newspaper Staff 4 Yearbook Co Editor 4
FRANCES MARIE CARDEN
"A good heart is better than all the heads in
LAWRENCE CARMAN ll
"I think it IS better for each ma o p d
Nature fits all her children wlth something to
Transferred from Tioga Center 4 Choir l, 2,
As for me all I know is that I know nothing."
LINDA LOU CHAPMAN
"A flower cannot blossom without sunshinef
Girls' Choir lg Football Program Committee 2
3g Dance Committee 13 Bowling Club 2, 3, 45
.IV Cheering 3g Hi-Y 3, 4-3 Junior Queen Lady-
in-Waitingg Press Club 3g Girls' Sports 3g
Homeroom Representative 4.
DAVID N. COKELY
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A still small voice."
"A youth of frolicsf'
Service Air Force
"Men of few words are the best men
Library Club 13 UN Club 4- Snak Shak 4
man is a genius-at least once a year."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President Ig Orchestra 15 Rifle
Club Ig Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, Chairman 45
UN Club 3, 43 Snak Shak 4, Track 4, Cross
Country 4g Senior Announcements 43 Chairman
Magazine Drive 4.
America 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES L. CUMMINGS
"Without hastwwithout rest."
Transferred from Maine 2, Baseball 13 Basket-
ball lg Soccer lg Track 15 Athletic Club 1.
"Nothing made the horse so fat as the King's
Transferred from Maine 2g Future Farmers of?
"I have nothing to declare but my genius."
Band 1, 2, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 45 Junior Red
Cross 23 Track Manager 25 UN Club 45 Year-
book Staff 4, Senior Play 4.
College lj I 'KU-ph
LINDA IEANNE DATES
"The proper study of mankind is man himself."
Orchestra 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4g
Class Secretary 2g Junior Red Cross 3, Secre-
tary 4: PA Club 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4g
Dance Committee 2, 3g Queen Candidate 3g UN
Club 4, Student Congress 1, 2, 3, 4g Bowling
Club 33 Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4.
"I am rising to a man'
DIANA S. DOWD
"I am so innocent."
Girls' Athletics Club 15 Dance Committee 2, 3,
45 Bowling Club 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Hi-Y
3, 45 Yearbook Staff 45 UN Club 4.
DAVID R. DRABO
"A little more sleep and a little less work."
Transferred from Long Island 45 Track LQ
THOMAS G. DITTRICH
"The mildest man that ever wrecked a hot d."
Football 15 Wrestling 1. I
"And he will talk, good gods, how he will talk."
M 4951 A
"A ready machine, always wound up and going."
Future Farmers of America 1, President 2, Vice
President Student Congress 15 Boys' Choir 15
Treasurer Science Club 15 Mixed Choir 1, 25
Dance Committee 2, 35 Bowling Team 3, 45
Bear Facts Staff 45 Junior Red Cross 45 UN
Club 3, Treasurer 45 Honor Society 3, 45
Student Congress Nominating Committee 35
Senior Snak Shak 45 Literary Editor Yearbook 4.
WILLIAM PAUL DUFFY
"A friend may be reckoned a masterpiece of
Baseball 15 Track 15 Basketball 1, 2, 4.
"Lord, what fools these mortals be!"
Amateur Radio Club 4.
W0 A' Wi .UM
NANCY ELLEN DUKE
"Blessed are those who have little to say and
cannot be persuaded to do so."
Library Club 13 Girls' Athletic Club 1, 23 Stu-
dent Congress 23 Swimming Club 23 Girls' Choir
Accompanist lg Vestal Voices 3, 43 Mixed Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 13 Safety Com. 23 Madri-
gal Group 4g All-County Choir 33 Dramatics
Club 33 Hi-Y 3, 43 UN 4g Syracuse Citizenship
Conf. 3, 4g Jr. Queen Candidate3 Bowling Club
33 .IV Cheerleader 3, Varsity 43 Vestal "Hi"
Club 4, Sec. 33 Dance Com. 2, Ch. of Dec. 3, 4.
BEVERLY ANN DUNN
"Plain without pomp, and rich without show."
Student Council 2, 33 Dance Committee 3g Hi-Y
2, 33 Dramatics Club 4.
EL JAMES EARL JR.
JUDITH K. EDWARDS
"I have little and seek no more."
UN Club 43 Snak Shak 4
LYLE JOHN EDWARDS
"The life of ease is a difficult pursuit."
Student Congress 1, 2, 43 Football 1, 25 Basket'
ball 1, 2g UN Club 3, 4.
KAREN DURAN N EDSELL
"I am sure care is an enemy to life."
Press Club 4.
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Glrls Choir 1 Mixed Choir 1, 23 Bowling Club
3 4 Press Club 43 Cheerleader 1, 33 Junior
Queen Lady in Waiting3 Dramatics Club 33
Secretary of Senior Class.
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'PALTRICIA rfL1Lrf1ii JELDRED
f"The Queen of hearts'is not always in the deck." Ln
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Selilor Orchestra l3 President Mlxed Choir 13
C0nclertVCh0rus 2, Treasurer 3g Vestal Voices
3g Junior,Ring Committee3 Girls' Hi-Y 2, 3, 43
'StudentlCbngress 2, Treasurer 33 Secretary Hi-Y
33 Bowling' Club 3, 4g UN Club 43 Cheerleader
fl, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4.
if ' FRANCIS FETCINKO
"A little nonsense now and then is rehshed by
the wisest of men."
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"I would help others out of a fellow feeling
Basketball 13 UN Club 4g Dance Committee 4
JACK E. FREEMAN
"Employment, sir, and hardships preven melan
WAYNE R FISH
"Agree if you can if not dlspute lt like a man
Transferred from Maine 2
"No pleasure endures unseasoned by variety."
Transferred from Maine 25 Baseball 13 Soccer
lg Basketball lg Track 1.
BERNICE F AE GABRIEL
"No person is not happy that does not think
Transferred from Maine 23 Varsity Cheerleaders
lg Girls' Athletics 13 Archery Club 13 Disc
Jockey Club 1.
LARRY GABRIELE C ,
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"The world for me is a joy." y
Transferred from Scotia 4, Manager of Track A A 44, .W Le' LAN -
Team 2, 3, Band 2, 3, 4. C7 A
EVA ANN GALLUP
"Every why hath a wherefore."
Girls' Choir 19 Bowling Club 2, 33 Prom Com-
mittee 3g Rifle Club 1, 2, 3, 43 UN Club 3,
President 43 Dramatics Club 3, 4-3 Syracuse
Citizenship Conference 3, 45 Snak Shak 4.
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WALTER A. GARVEY
"Occasional flashes of conversation make his .4
silence perfectly delightful."
Basketball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2g Dance Committee
1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play 4g Co-Chairman Maga-
zine Drive 4.
LANNY WAYNE GATES
"You should hammer your iron while it is glow-
JOHN M. GAVAZZI
"Whatever is, is right."
Transferred from Notre Dame Academy 3,
Football 1, 35 Baseball 1, 3, Letter Award lg
Skiing 2, Fencing 23 Riding 2, 3, President
of Continentals 4.
ROBERT GENE GIFFORD
"He giveth his beloved sleep."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 4, Bowling lg '
Key Club 2, 3, 49 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Dance
Committee 1, 2.
GENE GAIL GOTT
"Service is no heritage."
Choir lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
"A man is known by the silence he keeps."
KENNETH E. GRANNIZZMJ -
"His worth is warrant for' his wel .
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, T k 2, - 'f
Baseball 2, 35 Varsity Club 4. me Z
Air Force I.B.M.
EUGENE WILLIAM GORMAN
"Happiness seemed made to he shared."
Basketball 1, 2 5 Football 1, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 4.
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"He usually gets there- not in a hurry."
Football 2, 3, 4.
DIANNA JEAN GREEN
"Her hair is black as night-I think."
Girls' Choir l, 3: Dance Committee 1, 2, 3g
Mixed Choir 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 JV Cheerleader
3, 43 Bowling Club 3, 4g Newspaper Staff 3'
Press Club 3: Junior Red Cross 3.
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B. LAWSON GREENHALGH
"Why don't they spell my name right?"
Wrestling 2, 3, 4-3 Cross Country 3, 4, Track
3, 4-9 Varsity Club 3, 4-g Snak Shak 4. ,
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WEAR , ' "I laugh for hope of! a happy place for me."
. Transferred"from Mainz-2: Girls' Leaders Club
as S ,X 1, First Aid Club 13,6 ls' Coolsing lg Archery
all ,' -Q lg, Girls' Bowling Club 4-g Girls' Athletic Club
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CAROL JOYCE GROVER
L "lf you think you are too small to do big
things do ,small things in a big way."
, Hi-Y 3, 4, UN 4, Snak Shak 4.
1 "Reproof on her lips, but a smile in her eyes."
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vestal Voices 3, 4g
Swimming Club 3, 4-g Junior Prom Committee
3, Junior Queen Candidate 33 UN Club 4:
Junior Ring Committee 3g Snak Shak Chair-
There buds the promise of celestial worth."
Mixed Cholr 1 2 3 Girls Choir 1, Vestal
Voices 3 Swlmmmg Club 3 4 Jimior Red
Cross Club 3 4 Girls Bowling Club 2, 3, 4,
UN Club 4 Junior Prom Committee 3, Year-
book Staff 4 Snak Shak 4 Dramatics Club 3.
BEVERLY ANN HALL
The quiet mind is richer than a crown."
l RON DIANE HARTMAN
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Senior Marching and Concert Band 2, 3, 4,
Choir 1, 35 Junior Red Cross Club 3, Bowling
Club 2, 33 Dance Committee 1, 2, Hi-Y Club
2, 3, 4-3 UN Club 3, Secretary 4.
GERALD ALLEN HILL
A mountam of muscle."
Football 2 3 4g Basketball 3, 4-g Baseball 1,
2 3 4 Track 3, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
NORMAN 0. HILLIS
"Why does ones yawning make another yawn.
"By the work one knows the workman
Choir 1, Hi-Y 4, Yearbook Staff 4 Bowling
Club 33 Honor Society 3, 4 Dance Committees
DAVID A. HOGG
"Above the pitch, out of tune, and off the
Future Farmers of America 2, 3.
RICHARD M. HOLDEN
- "The wrong way always seems more reasonable."
J Transferred from Maine 2g Basketball 13 Soccer
13 Baseball 13 Track 13 Athletics Club 1.
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"Bill" 2'f"'7I"LL 'af' 4 ' "
"No one knows what he can do until he tries." X X
Science Club 13 Press Club 43 Future Farmers fjef ,yds 1-'1 49,6
of America 3, 4-3 Dramatics Club 3, 43 UN 4
NORMA JEAN HUDGINS
"He's not worth my wiles."
Transferred from Houston, Texas, 3g Dramatics
Club lg Senior Play 43 Underwater Ballet Club
2, Team Captain 2g Red Coats 23 UN Club 43
Yearbook Staff 4.
College Medical Secretary
"The mildest manners and
Snak Shak 4.
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"She never did any harm-that I know of."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Orchestra 2, 3, 4-3 UN Club 3,
4-3 Mixed Choir 23 Junior Prom Dance Com-
mittee 33 Girls' Sports 1, 2.
BRYANT K. INGALLS
"Devil turned angel or vice versa." X
Transferred from Maine 2. ,
GORDON JACOBS , f - . J.,
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"Smooth runs the water where the brook is'
" 'lt is my own invention,' said the white knight."
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3g UN Club 3, 4-5 Key
Club 3, 4-9 Cross Country 4-g Bowling 4g Track
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"Cheerfu1ness is her const t om n . 9 0 ' 0
Junior Prom Committee 3. an C Pa mn J be.
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CONSTANCE LOU JOHNSON 7Mf""
"Stay as sweet as you are." ' I , ,
Girls' Choir 1g UN Club 3g Hi-Y Club 3, 49W
Dance Committees 2, 3g Bowling Club 4. M
HAROLD JOHNSON l
"I think I will not hang myself today."
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H. TERRY JOHNSON
"Although he is new, his friends are many."
Transferred from North H.S. 49 Football 1, 2,
Varsity 3, Wrestling 1, 25 Gymnastics 1, 2, 35
LYNNE F. JOHNSON
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most
Class Secretary lg Student Congress 1, 2g Rifle
Club 1, 2, PA Club 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4-5
Bowling Club 2, 33 Jlmior Red Cross Club 33
Hi-Y 2, 3, Parliamentarian 45 Ring Committee,
UN Club 4g Dramatics Club 4.
CAROL LOUISE JURIGA
"Elegant as simplicity."
Girls' Athletic Club 1 3, 4g Science Club Presi-
dent lg Girls' Choir lg Concert Band 2, 3, 4,
Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Exchange Assembly
2, 3, 4: Press Club 3, 4, Bear Facts Staff 3,
4-g UN Club 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Pom-Pom
College Physical Education
SALLY SHARI KARABON
"Youth is highly experimental."
Press Club 4: Snak Shak 4.
By hook or by crook.
DONALD KIMBLE A
"He never seems to shout. Is -he ui . I have
Transferred from Pennsylvania 4, CIC e Club
3: Dance Committee 3.
THOMAS LEO KNOWLTON
"The world is his oyster"
Band l, 2, 3, 4: Bear Facts Staff 1, 2, 3, Rifle
l, 23 Advertising Manager Yearbook 4.
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DAVID HENRY KONECNY
"Who says he's quiet, just reserved."
Intramurals lg Manager Track 2g JV Baseball
35 Basketball 4g Baseball 4.
"Gentle of speech, beneficence of mind."
Mixed Choir lg Girls' Choir lg Orchestra 1,
Dance Committee 3.
CELESTINE ANN LADUE
STANLEY E. KOPANSKY
"There was ease in Casey's manner as he
stepped up to the plate."
Transferred from Maine 2, Student Council 15
Treasurer of Class 2, Vice President 35 Treasur-
er of Class 45 Soccer lg Basketball 1, Baseball
15 Track lg JV Football 2, Student Government
2, 33 Snak-Shak 45 Magazine Chairman 4.
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"Short and sweet." , 'iff l".
Rifle Club lg Science Club lg Hi-Y 2,,l"3g i -
Program Committee 2, 3g UN Club 3, 47" ,lj Ll' AJ
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EDITH MARLENE LATTIMO
"Silence is more musical than any song."
Transferred from Endicottg Band 1, Choir 13
Snak Shak 4g Art Club 4.
"The Devil and Daniel Webster."
UN Club 4.
SARAH E. LEADBETTER
"It is better to blush than to turn pale."
Transferred from Maine 2, Girls' Athletics lg
Cheerleading 1. ,5-
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LAWRENCE A. LEAMER
"When asked what he would take to let a man
give him a blow on the head, he answered, 'A
Boys' Choir lg Orchestra lg Football lg Baseball
23 UN Club 3, Vice President 4g Dance Com-
mittee 3g Dramatics Club President 4g 'Advertis-
ing Manager Newspaper 4g Vestal Voices 45
Concert Chorus 45 Yearbook Staff 4, Senior
Play 43 Snak Shak 4.
X Q GERALD LEGG
. -N ' 1 - "Hairy Leggs"
, L' CX? ' "No mind is stronger than its weakest link."
by . 1 Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 35 Vice
eg rrpr President 2, President 3, Basketball 1, Cross
X NR Country 2, 3.
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SYLVIA TERESA LOTT
"She preferred to be good rather than to seem
Rifle Club lg H1-Y 1, 2, 3, Program Committee
1, 2, 3g Press Club 23 UN Club 3, 4.
"Honest labor bears an honest face."
Q jf Q Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3, 4.
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"She walks in beauty ike the nighhj ly V
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Bowling Club 3g H-Y 3 5 f
PATRICIA LOIS MACHOVEC
"The eyes are the windows of a woman's soul."
Mixed Choir I, 3g Pom-Pom Committee 3g
Vestalettes 3g Girls' Athletics Club 3, 4g Co-
Editor Bear Facts 3g Junior Red Cross Club
3g Junior Queen Candidateg Hi-Y 3, 43 UN
Club 3, 4g Snak Shak 4.
J V Football 23 Track l.
UN Club 43 Dramatics Club 4
"Cars are the essence of the modern world."
'ilf at first you don't succeed, try something
JULIA T. MARES
'Sing away sorrow, cast away care."
Baseball I, 2g Basketball 2g Soccer I, 23 Swim-
ming lg Tumbling 1, 23 Girls' Athletic Club
2, 4g Badminton 2g Ping Pong 2g Slimnastics
Club 2g Volleyball 2, 4, Awards 2g Snak Shak
4g UN Club 4g Hockey 2g Sports Field Day 2,
3g Homeroom Treasurer I.
STELLA M. LYON
" ,Tis but a part we see, not a whole
Mixed Choir 13 Library Club 1, 2, 4.
SANDRA JEAN MARSH
"With a still small voice she hoomed forth."
Mixed Choir 1, Concert Chorus 2, 3g Bowling
Club 2, 3, 45 Sports Field Day 2g Dance Com-
mittee 3g Junior Red Cross Club 35 Rifle Club
An angel, or if not an earthly paragon.
Mixed Choir lg Girls' Choir lg Sports Field
Day 1, 2, 3, 4g Band 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD A. MATTISON
"Who loves not women, wine and song, remains
a fool his whole life long."
Student Congress 1, 3, Band 2, 33 Junior Red
Cross Club 35 Key Club 3, Vice President 4g
UN Club 3, 4-3 Dance Committee 3, Senior
Playg Senior Announcements Committee, Photo-
graphic Editor, Yearbook 4, Senior Homeroom
LESLIE ANN MAY
"When love and duty clash, let duty go to
Student Congress lg Mixed Choir 1, 25 Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3g Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4g
UN Club 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4g Junior Red
Cross Club 3g Ring Committee 33 Snak Shak
4, Senior Play.
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Science Club lg Concert Chorus 1, 2, 3, Vestal
JAMES ALBERT MCDANIEL
"Talk to him of Jacob's ladder and he will ask
how many steps."
ROBERT STEWART MCDONOUGH
"Calmness is not always the attribute of inno-
cenceg and often it is."
Rifle Club 29 Snak Shak 4.
SHARON ELAINE McPARTLAND
"Nothing is more friendly to man, than a
CAROL JEANNE MCQUISTON
"Wit, now and then, struck smartly shows a
Library Club 1, 2, Girls' Choir 1, 2, 4, Mixed
Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Congress 2, 31 Dance
Committees 1, 2, 3g Bowling Club 3, Band 3,
4-9 Hi-Y 3, 4-g Snak Shak Treasurer 4-.
JANET MAY MESSERSMITH
"Two souls, with but a single thought."
Choir 1, 3g Girls' Sports 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Bowling
Club 3, 45 Dance Committee 3, Band 4-g UN
"A smile that glows celestial red."
Girls' Sports 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed
Choir 23 Orchestra 2, 3, 49 Swimming Club
3, 4g Dance Committee 3g UN Clubg Secretary
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Commit 1, stnifhagd 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y u
,'3, i iden 45 ing Bruin Dance
Commit' e 2 3, 43 Bo Club 2, 3, 43 UN
Club 4g ea
DONALD A. MONTICELLO
"If you follow reason far enough, it always
leads to reasons contrary to reason." I Y
Basketball Ig Rifle Club I, 3, 4g Da ce Co -
mittee 2, 3, Rifle Team 3, 4g Vice i
43 Snak Shak 4.
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Senior Orchestra 19
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GEORGE F. MORTON
"lnject a few raisins into the tasteless dough K X Xl
of existence." 'KX C K
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"Two hearts that beat as one."
Sports Day 1, 2, 3, 4.
"I was shipwrecked before I got aboard."
,IV Football 1, 2g Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4.
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BARBARA LEE MUN SON
"Quiet, serene, and a good friend to all."
Girls' Choir I, 2g Concert Chorus 1, 2, 33 Band
- 1, 3, 4g Hi-Y Club 3, 45 UN Club 3, 45 Girls'
I' ' , Sports 3, 43 Dance Committee 3, 4, Bowling
T ' 'K 2 35' S Club 4.
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LOUISE MAY MURPHY
"Our life is what our thoughts make it."
Girls' Choir lg Mixed Choir lg Library Club
I, 2g Bible Club 25 Press Club 4.
MARILYN A. NELSON
"Who but herself admits no parallel."
Girls' Choir lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Library Club
2g Bowling Club 2, 4g Swimming Club 35
Junior Red Cross Club 3g UN Club 4.
JAMES BERNARD O'HARA
DAVID EUGENE NORTHRUP
"Love is blind, but the neighbors ain't."
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 UN Club
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"We drink water, too."
Track 3, 4, UN Club 4-.
MARLENE ANN OLVER
'Tlappiness is speechless."
Girls' Choir lg Mixed Choir lg Leaders' Club
1, Snak Shak 4.
SANDRA LEE OPP '
"When she smiles her face lights up . .
Dance Committees l, 2, 3g Student Congress
l, 2, 3g PA Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Press Club
3, 43 Newspaper Staff 3, Co-Editor 43 Senior
Orchestra 2, 3, President 4g Marching Band 1,
2, 4, Secretary 3g Concert Band 1, 2, 3,
Treasurer 43 Bowling Club 3, 43 UN Club 45
Hi-Y Club 3, 4g Junior Queen Candidate,
Yearbook Staff 4.
'fSmall is the spark that starts the fire."
1 .IOYCE MARIE ORZELL
Q With the hush of my lipsf I wholly confound
the skeptic." '
Library Club 1, 3, 43 Rifle Club 13 Girls' Choir
13 Dance Committees 2.
Business School Secretary
THERON L. PAGE
"Little man with a big hom."
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Library Club 13 Girls' Sports 1, 23 Choir
1, 2, 3, 43 Alternate Student Congress Repre-
sentative 23 Dramatics Club 3g Junior Prom
Committee3 All-County Choir 33 Swimming Club
33 Pom-Poms 33 UN Club 43 Snak Shak Com-
mittee 43 Newspaper Staff 43 .lunior Red Cross
Club 43 Yearbook Staff, Treasurer 4g Vestal
JOHN ROY PETRUSH
BARBARA LOU PETERSON
"She was invariably the first over the fence in
the mad pursuit of culture."
Transferred from Bumt Hills 33 ,IV Cheerleader
13 Leaders' Club 1, 23 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 33
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice President 43 Vestal
Voices 43 Junior Honor Society lg Honor Society
3, 43 Athletic Award 2, Gold Medal 1, Silver
Medal 23 Latin Award 23 Dance Committees
1, 2, 33 Junior Red Cross Club 3, 4g Candidate
for Girls' State 33 "Hi" Club 3, 4g Newspaper
Staff 43 Snak Shak 4g UN Club 43 Senior
Homeroom Representative 43 Editor of Year-
"Handsome is as handsome does."
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 4.
CAROLINE L. PITCHER
"They looked and looked with wonder that one
small head contained all she knew."
Transferred from Maine 23 Bowling Club 13
Girls' Athletics 1, 33 Dance Committees 2, 3g
Dramatics Club 23 Student Congress 13 Orches-
tra 1, 3, 43 Band 3, 4g Swimming Club 3g
Honor Society 3, 4, President 43 UN Club 4g
Yearbook Staff 4.
RICHARD L. PLACE
"Great modesty often hides great virtue."
DONN NELSON PLEW
"All I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing
Transferred from Maine 25 President of Class
15 Boys' Athletic Club 15 Junior Red Cross
15 Orchestra 15 Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 45
Track 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club Vice President 3,
President 45 Junior Ring Committee 35 UN
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PATRICIA I. POST
"Doubling her pleasures and dividing her cares."
Lip I Choir 1, 25 Bowling Club 3, 4-5 Junior Prom
J,."' 1 Decorating Committee 35 UN Club 4-5 Snak
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"As merry as the day is long."
Choir 15 Art Club 15 Transferred from Wyalus-
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"There's a good time coming, b0ys5 there's a
good time a'coming."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Wrestling
1, 35 Varsity Club 3, 4-.
ELSIE LOIS RANDALL
"All her dealings are square and above board."
LINDA LEE RANDALL
"The good we never miss we rarely prize."
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1, 3, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 1, Class Secretary
3, Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Bowling
Club 3, 4, UN Club 4, Student Congress 1, 3,
Junior Ring Committee 3, Eligibility Committee
2, Dance Committee 1, 2, Queen Candidate 3.
DONNA LEE REABUCK
"O, that it were my chief delrgh o d the
things I ought not."
MELDA G. REED
"The only way to have friends is to be one."
Transferred from Endicott 2, Orchestra 1,
Library Club 1, Mixed Choir 2, 3, 4, Vestal
Voices 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4.
MARLENE KAY REIN HART
"Being a woman is a terribly hard trade since
it consists mainly of dealing with men."
Transferred from Willow Glen, Califomia, 2,
Social Committee 2, Girls Social Service Club,
Vice President 2, Hi-Y Club 3, 4, Cheerleader
3, UN Club 4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4.
HAROLD R. REISINGER
"Life is not all without delight."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling
Club 2, 4.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."
Transferred from Endicott 3, Sports Dance
Committees 1, Yearbook Staff 2, Tri-High Club
2, Swimming Club 3, UN Club 4, Snak Shak 4.
KAREN JOAN RICHARDS
"Listen to what she says with her eyes."
Transferred from Poughkeepsie 33 Dramatics
Club I, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, PA Club Ig Debating
Club lg Thespian Society Scribe 23 Dance Com-
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4g Bowling Club 3g Newspaper
Staff 43 Junior Red Cross Club 33 Hi-Y Club
43 UN Club 4-5 Honor Society 3, 45 Art Club
President 3, 4-Q Senior Play 4g Art Editor of
MICHAEL JAMES RILEY
"When Irish eyes are smiling."
Transferred from Northeast Bradford, Pa., 33
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3.
HOWARD LARUE RINKER
"I yearn for the out-of-doors.
JV Football 15 Band 2, 3, 4.
"Has I gotta go to school, Ma?"
Bowling Team 13 Choir 1, 2, 3g Yearbook
KAREN ANN ROBINSON
"All this and heaven, too." 'ry
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Vestal VOICES EBLLLNK4 SJ 9?
Student Congress 1, Vice President of Class 2 YJ ,ff
Dance Committee 35 Junior Queen Qandida
35 Bowling Club 3, 45 UN Club 314: '-
Club 4g Yearbook Staff 4. xx EO
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WILLIAM ROLLS 10'
"What the teacher doesn't know wont hurt
"Always in haste but never in a hurry."
DAVID A. ROSS
"lf a bottle and a cork cost one dollar and five
cents, and the bottle costs one dollar, how much
does the cork cost?"
RICHARD C. RUSH
"When so the leaves begin to tum? The night
Rifle Team 1, 2, 3, fl-3 Rifle 1, 2, Vice Presi-
dent 3, President 4, Track 3, 43 Wrestling
3, 43 Football 4, Varsity Club 4.
KEITH E. RUSSELL
"Little in size, but big in ideas
"The wrong way always seems more reasonable."
Snak Shak 4, UN Club 4, Student Congress
13 Bowling Club 1.
"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."
Science Club 1, 43 Amateur Radio Club 4-Q
Rifle Club 1, 4.
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ROSEMARIE SCHLOTTERBECK 9
"A rose by another name wouldn't seem as
Hi-Y Club 3, 4. -..
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possibly do the next day."
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"It's a pity that Shakespeere, who had geniyus,
was so unedicatedg he's a wuss speller thet I
Boys' Choir 1g Mixed Choir lg Concert Choir
2, 3, 4g Vestal Voices 3, 4, Art Club 1, 4g
UN Club 4.
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DAWN ELLEN SCOTT
"Never idle a moment but thrifty and thought
ful of others."
Hi-Y Club 3, 4g Snak Shak 4g Dance Commit
tee 25 UN Club 4.
BONNIE R. SHAFF
"Simplicity is a state of mind."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4-g UN Club 33 Bowling Club 33
Hi-Y Club 3, 4-5 Prom Committee 3, 4.
GEORGE ANTHONY SHARY
"When the elevator of success is not working,
take the stairs."
President of Class 1, 2, 45 Student Congress
1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, Orchestra Ig UN Club
3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Prom Committee 33
Senior Play 4g Dramatics Club 4g Syracuse
Citizenship Conference 4.
SANDRA LEE SINGER
JOHN WILLIAM SIMPSON
"I wish my stay were over."
Cross Country 13 Track 15 Dance Committee
1, 3, 4: Student Congress 1, 2, Art Club Ig
Junior Red Cross Club 2, 3g Key Club 3, 43
Band 3, 4, UN Club 43 Snak Shak 4.
RONALD V. SINGER
"Give a man a boat he can sail."
Cross Country 3, 45 Track 3, 43 Varsity Club
3, 4, Snak Shak 4, UN Club 4.
"She is pretty to talk with, and witty to talk
with, and pleasant, too, to think on."
Transferred from Harpursville 2g Band 1,
2, 3, 4g Chorus 13 Trumpet Quartet lg Future
Homemakers of America lg UN Club 3, 45
Hi-Y Club 3, 43 Bowling Club 2, 3, Presi-
dent 4g Announcement Committee Secretary
43 Junior Prom Queen, Student Congress 43
Prom Committee 3.
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ETHEL MARIE SISSON
"Why is this thus, and what is the reason for
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 1, Dance Committee 2, 45 Yearbook
Staff 4, Snak Shak 4.
CHARLES B. SMITH
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Fate tried to conceal him by naming him
"I would be friends with you."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 33 Dance Com-
mittee 2g Yearbook Staff 4.
"lt is better to wear out than to rust out."
Transferred from Binghamton lg Rifle Club
23 Baseball 2g Football 3g Wrestling 3, 43
UN Club 3, 43 Press Club 33 Dance Committee
2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 4.
RICHARD H. SNYDER
"Every man has a sane spot-somewhere."
Boys' Choir 13 Mixed Choir 13 Rifle Club
3, 43 Rifle Team 3, 43 UN Club 43 Dramatics
Club 43 Senior Play 43 Snak Shak 4.
"Let the school stand, mind not the cry of the
ROGER J. SOUTHWORTH
"They also serve who only stand and wait
RONALD P. STALFORD ,
"Give me a laundry list and I will put it to
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1,' 2, 3, 4g Boys'
Choir 1, 2g Mixed Choir 1, 23 Concert Choir
3, 4-3 Vestal Voices 3, 4g Madrigal Society 43
Library Club lg UN Club 4.
MARION GRACE STALKER
"The blush is beautiful but often inconvenient."
Orchestra lg Bowling Club 33 UN Club 43
Concert Choir 43 Junior Red Cross Club 33
Hi-Y Club 3, 43 Dramatics Club Treasurer 4-3
Marching and Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librar-
ian 3, 4.
EUGENE H., STRATTON
"A wise man never refuses anything to neces-
Journalism Club lg Transferred from Endicott
2, Track lg Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4g
Press Club 25 Yearbook Staff 43 Snak Shak 4.
LINDA JANE STOVER
"If we could surround ourselves with things
of beauty, the evil things of life would tend to
Girls' Choir lg Mixed Choir 13 Concert Choir
2, 3g Vestal Voices 35 Band 3, 4, Bowling Club '
33 Swimming Club 33 Snak Shak 4: UN Club 4.
JAMES H. STRANAHAN
"He freshly and cheerfully asked how a man '
should waste time."
Transferred from Damascus, Pa., 45 Varsity
Basketball Scorekeeper 3.
"Sometimes I get soo-o-o-o-o tired."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track
1, 2, 3, 43 Key Club 2, 5, 4, UN Club 4.
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CHARLES TENNANT , I
"The life of ease is a difficult pursuit."
Cross Country 1, 2, 3g Wrestling Manager 13
Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3.
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MILDRED ELIZABETH THOMAS
"I have been a stranger in a strange land."
Girls' Athletic Club 43 Snak Shak 4.
MARY ELIZABETH TERRENCE
"Such is the fullness of a heart's content
Transferred from Long Island 4g Art
lg Hostel Club 1, 2, 33 Student
Newspaper 2, 33 Cheerleader 39 Mission
1, 2, 35 UN Club 4g Bowling Club 4g
45 Snak Shak 4.
"The greatest pleasure
other people say you
Library Club lg Future
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BARBARA K. THEISEN
"Peace is always beautiful."
Transferred from Schenectady 3g Booster Club
1, 23 Tri-High Club 2g Dance Committee 35
Yearbook Staff 4.
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ART R TRUESDELL
"A most uncommon urchin."
Library Club 1, Treasurer 15 Science Club lg
Press Club 43 Snak Shak 45 Dramatics Club 4.
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STEVEN A AQEQITPER
Everything is sweetened by risk.
"We pursue knowledge in the dungeon."
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Key Club 2, 3, 4-g Science
Service Air Force
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JUDITH KAY VAN DERVEER
"ln beauty as the first of May."
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Congress lg
Girls' Choir 1, 33 Mixed Choir 1, 2g Concert
Choir 43 Junior Queen Candidate, Hi-Y Club
2, 3, 43 UN Club 43 Junior Ring Committee 3.
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"A willing worker and a ready hand."
Band 1, 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, All-State Band 13
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Orchestra 1g Concert Choir Accom. 2, 3, Pres. 4:
All-County Choir Accom. 33 PA Club 2, 3, 4:
Vestal Voices 3, 4, Fred Waring Choir Accom.
3, UN Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. 43 Dance Com. 1,
2, 3, Jr. Queen Cand.g Sr. Play 43 Press Club
1, 2, 33 Jr. Red Cross 3g Student Congress
Treas. 1g Girls' Sports l, 2g Dramatics Club 43
Bowling Club 2, 34 Honor Society 3, Sec. 44
Yearbook Staff 4.
EUGENE A. WAGNER
"A dwarf on a giant's shoulder is the farther
of the two."
Rifle Club lg Bowling Club 4.
SANDRA ANN WALLAESA
"A good example is the best sermon."
Transferred from Upper Darby, Pa., 23 News-
Paper Staff 1, 2, Editor 43 Leader's Group
2g Homeroom Representative 13 Honor Society
3, 43 UN Club 43 Hi-Y Club 4.
ROLAND TERRY WHITE
"Very little is needed to make a happy life."
Transferred from Endicott 33 Technical Club
23 Track 23 Band 1, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 43
Senior Play, Stage Crew 4g Wrestling 4. If
UN Club 4.
DIANE CLAIRE WICK A
"True beauty lies in a deep retreat."
Band 1, 2, Secretary 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3,
43 Girls' Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 3, 43
.IANICE JOANNE WIGGINS
"In a single person she manages to produce
the effect of a majority."
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Vestal Voices 43 Concert Choir
43 Vestallettes 33 Newspaper Staff 33 Yearbook
Staff 43 All-County Band 33 PA Club 2, 3, 4g
Dramatics Club 43 UN Club 43 Hi-Y Club 2,
3, 4g Dance Committee 3, 43 Senior Play 4.
CHARLENE EDITH WILAND
"Old friends are best."
ALVIN H. WILLIAMS
"Is there a heart music cannot melt?"
Key Club 3, 43 Rifle Club 2, 3, 43 Rifle Team
3, 43 Boys' Choir 13 Mixed Choir 13 Concert
Choir 2, 3, 43 Vestal Voices 3, 43 Dance Com-
mittee 3g Madrigal Society 4.
IVAN DONALD WILLIAMS
iAbsence is my middle name
R. HAL WILLIAMS
"A student as well as an athlete? My word!
Student Congress I, 2, 3, 4-5 Boys' Choir 15
Mixed Choir 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance
Com. 2, 3, 45 Concert Choir 2, 3, 45 Key Club
2, 3, Pres. 4-5 Honor Society 3, 4-5 Jr. Red Cross
Club Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4-5 Track 3, 4-5 Vestal
"Hi" Club 3, 45 All-County Choir 35 UN Club
Parl. 45 Snak Shak 4-5 Var. Club 4-5 Newspaper
Staff 4-5 Homeroom Rep. 4-5 Yearbook Staff 4.
ROBERTA JEAN WILLIAMS
"An angel face shines through all dark clouds."
Transferred from Binghamton I5 Choral Read-
ing Club 15 Girls' Choir 15 Announcement
JAMES CHARLES WILSON
"Genius is bom not made."
Student Congress 1, 3, Pres. 45 Track 15 Bowl-
ing 35 Jr. Red Cross 3, Treas. 35 Dramatics
Club 4-5 Key Club 3, Treas. 4-5 UN Club 45
Dance Com. 2, 35 Class Treas. 35 Class V. P. 4-.
PERRY DECKER WILLIAMSON
"Silence is like virtue it is its own exceeding
WILLIAM A. WOODWORTH
"The brave man Carves out his own future."
Transferred from Maine 25 Soccer 15 Basketball
1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Baseball 1, 2, 3,
4-5 Track 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Class Treasurer 15 Boys'
Athletic Club Treasurer 15 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45
UN Club 4-.
"His brow is wet with honest sweat."
Wrestling 1, 3, 4-5 Football 2.
ANTHONY P. ZIEMBA
W "The day is shortg the work is much."
Snak Shak Committee 4.
Aboard, aboard, for shame!
The wind sits in the shoulder of your sail,
And you are stay'd for. There, my blessing with thee!
And these few precepts in thy memory
See thou character. Give thy thoughts no tongue,
Nor any unproportion'd thought his act.
Be thou familiar, but by no means vulgar.
The friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
Grapple them' to thy soul with hoops of steelg
But do not dull thy palm with entertainment
Of each new-hatched, unfledged comrade. Beware
Of entrance to a quarrel, but being in,
Bear't that th' opposed may beware .of thee.
Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice,
Take each man's censure, but reserve thy judgment.
Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
But not expressed in fancy, rich, not gaudy,
For the apparel oft proclaims the man,
Neither a borrower nor a lender beg
For loan oft loses both itself and a friend,
And borrowing dulls the edge of husbandry.
This above all, to thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.
Farewell, my blessing season this in thee.
THE SETTING: Vestal Central School is at Harvey Lake."
THE TIME. 194-6-1959
THE CAST: "We," the Class of 1959
The stage is set, the curtain rises.
"I wish I were in first grade."
I enter first gradersj
"I wish I were in second grade."
I enter second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth gradersj
fenter seventh gradersj
"We've made it. Now what do we do? Wait for
eighth grade, I guess."
NARRATOR: '6We are now a mature lot. The
average boy is 5' while the average girl is 5' 3"
Girls like boys and boys like boys.
I enter eighth gradersj
"I wish I were in ninth grade."
fenter ninth gradersj
"Won't we ever be seniors?"
NARRATOR: "Our high school days have begun.
We have chosen our courses, and some of us even
have classes on the top floor! The officers this
year are: George Shary, President, Ray Hiedeman,
Vice President, Lynne Johnson, Secretary, Linda
Randall, Treasurer. Our dance is Sandman Swing.
Our picnic is at Rocky Glen."
fenter tenth gradersj
NARRATOR: "Our class officers this year are:
George Shary, President, Karen Robinson, Vice
President, Linda Dates, Secretary, Stan Kopansky,
Treasurer. Our dance is Sham-Rock. Our picnic
THE CURTAIN FALLS
fenter lowly J uniorsj
NARRATOR: "Leading the procession of Juniors
are our officers: Reed Brundage, President, Stan
Kopansky, Vice President, Linda Randall, Secre-
tary, Jim Wilson, Treasurer. Our class rings have
arrived, and we are the proudest bunch in the school.
Our Junior Prom, certainly the most beautiful ever,
is called 'Santa Catalina' with music by the New
Yorkers. Decorations are in 'islandy pink' with
'dew drops' hanging from the ceiling. Sandy Singer
is our queen. What a blast at our picnic at Harvey's
Lake even if it did rain!"
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NARRATOR: "Our advisors are Mr. Traphagen and
Mr. Shoback. The officers are: George Shary, Pres-
ident, Jim Wilson, Vice President, Shirley Fisher,
Secretary, Stan Kopansky, Treasurer. The Senior
Play, 'The Happiest Millionaire' is a great success.
The Senior Prom, 'Evening in Paradise,' is fabulous.
Our king and queen are George Shary and Shirley
Fisher. The decorations are aqua and white with
Irene Knapp, Nancy Duke and Martha Heath head-
ing the decorating committee."
TIME: June, 1959
CAST: Class of '59
NARRATOR "Although we will never forget all
the cherished memories of Vestal, we look forward
to our future, with the hope that we may find our
own 'Vestal' with the same genuine friendliness
and happiness that we have found in our years
f enter ex-Seniorsj
"I wish I were back in kindergarten!"
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We, the Class of 1959, bequeath to the underclassmen our high spirits and enthusiasm and our good times at V.C.H.S.
As we leave our Alma Mater, we give to certain underclassmen
Arlene Allyn wills to her sister Kathy and Jeannette Totten
her ability to get her fingers caught in the keys in her
first year of typing.
Pat Ashcraft wills to anyone who wants it, her place at
Lee Avery leaves all his sack suits to anybody-preferably
Sandy Ayers leaves her dimple to anyone who can find
a use for it.
Shirley Beeman gives any junior the ability to chew gum
in class without getting caught.
Carolyn Begell wills her ability to play football with a
brush at 5:30 A.M. to anyone who can stay up that late.
Jim Billet would like to pass on to Don Pierson a left-
handed monkey wrench for a right-handed monkey.
Ehna Bogart leaves to her brother leon all her fun in
Bob Breed wills Jim Peters the ability to play football
another year with Mr. Buran.
Bill Brown gives his ability to sleep in class to Marcia
Bob Brown "lends" the contents of the top shelf in the
kitchen cupboard to Dan Cihiwskey.
Bill Brenden gives his ability to get along with Mr. Stock,
to whoever needs it.
Reed Brundage and Hal Williams will the waitress in
PeeTee's back room to Don Pierson.
Carol Buehler bequeaths her precious seat next to Mr.
Persley in Driver Ed. to Jerri Ketcham.
Barb Card leaves the ability to talk and pass notes in study
hall to Marianne McCarthy.
Linda Chapman leaves her sister Pat and brother Bob all
her fun in high school.
.lack Coleman just leaves.
Linda Cook wills to Mary Anne Wauous her ability to
find and get what she wants.
Glenn Copp leaves to Jim Micilcavage the ability to try to
get away with as much as he did.
Dean Crawford entrusts the first chair in the French horn
section to anyone who can stand nine girls.
Dick Currie wills his store of French phrases to Judd
Epstein who really needs them.
Dan Didocha leaves to those who follow him, his teachers.
and faculty members the following personal items and
Karl Doty gives to Grove Doty the ability to go to school
half days in his Senior year and take it easy the other
Diana Dowd wills lots of ambition and all the fun of her
Senior year to her brother Bert.
Dave Drabo leaves . . . most everyone will be pleased!
Nancy Duke entrusts the Ithaca football field to the varsity
cheerleaders with the hope that something will be added.
Bev Dunn wills her walk to school every morning to Barb
Bowen and Sharon Allen.
Danny Earl leaves his official membership in the V.C.H.S.
radio club to anyone who wants it.
Karen Edsell gives her seat in history class for two years
to her sister Kay.
Judy Edwards wills her ability to have a good time in
her Senior year to her sister Sylvia.
Lyle Edwards leaves to Corky Schultz all the girls in the
Pat Eldred gives to her sister Phyllis all the troubles, some
schemes, laughs and adventures she has had.
Shirley Fisher wills to Mary Anne Watrous the ability to
take world history twice and not do anything the second
Paul Ford leaves his low-cut sneakers to Tom Stroup.
Jack Freeman wills to Bob Staudt all his spare transmission
Keith French leaves everything he owns to Bev Chilson.
Larry Gabriele leaves his speed to Doug Gustin.
Arlene Johnson leaves to Barbara Gifford her seat in
Phyllis Krasko leaves her Homemaking seat to her sister
Virginia and hopes she has as much fun.
Bev Hall wills to her brother Skip, and Grace Morton and
Joan Potter will to Bonnie June, the ability to talk and
pass notes in study hall.
Carol Grover wills to anyone all the fun she had in her
years of high school.
Janice Mather wills to her sister Brenda, Janet Messersmith
wills to her sister Jerri Ann Messersmith, and Charles
Tennant wills to Dale Ward, all the good times at
Eva Gallup wills to Mr. Bianco the honor of having another
Gallup as a student next year.
Nancy Hunsinger wills to Mr. Gallagher the privilege of
putting up with her sisters.
Tom Knowlton leaves to Rick Coon all of his ring-necks
during hunting season.
David Konecny wills his ability to have good excuses for
all his mis-doings to Daryll Dodd.
Stan Kopansky wills the brain-racking job of keeping
track of the senior funds to any junior who is elected
Sally LaDue leaves to Gail Hulslander and Judy Stevens
her ability to get up early every morning without
Neil Lawton wills his brains to anyone who can find them.
Larry Leamer wills his corpse to the biology department.
Sylvia Lott leaves Gail Hulslander and Judy Stevens the
high honor of finally becoming a Senior.
Max Lovelace leaves the school to anybody who wants it.
Linda Lovell wills to Ed Lopke her seat in Senior band.
Stella Lyon leaves to Betty Neely all her books in hopes
she will put them to better use.
Pat Machovec wills the use of her basketball court to John
Comick, Terry Potts and Charles Beam.
Marty Mancini wills his ability to skip gym class and get
away with it to Darrel Hill.
Julia Mares leaves third year Latin to anyone who wants it.
Sandy Marsh wills to Sue Halley the ability to pass French
ll the second time if she wants it.
Dick Mattison wills Dave Drabo to the Class of 1960.
Leslie May leaves Jim Billet's sweat pants to anyone in
next year's Senior play cast who wants them.
Al McDaniel wills his ability to fool around in chemistry
lab and still keep on the good side of Mr. Corwin to any
Junior who dares use it.
Sharon McPartland wills to Bev Chilson the ability to chew
gum in history class and get away with it.
Carol McQuiston wills to her sister Joyce the ability to
keep her sneakers on in gym.
Ellie Meyer leaves her old clarinet reeds to her sister Janey
,for use in Senior band.
Ginger Middendorf wills to Sandy Gow the ability to flirt
with the boys in public speaking class.
Kay Mitchell wills to Pat Purdy her problems with the
ASIP workers. Good Luck!
Don Monticello leaves his ability to start an argumept
anytime, anywhere and win most of them to anyone
with a strong pair of lungs.
Diane Morse wills her stockings to her sister Bonnie.
George Morton wills to anyone who thinks they can stick
to it, the back seat on Ron Taylor's motorcycle.
Barb Munson wills to Bev Munson, Joan Howard, Nancy
Graffius and B. J . Fisher lots of fun in the remaining
years of highschool, and pick up your feet.
Tony Garvey leaves his spot on the bench in basketball
to Ken Kramer.
Lanny Gates leaves his American history seat to Roger
John Gavazzi wills to the school of Vestal the King of
Arabia's Cadillacs for a new bus fleet.
Bob Gifford leaves to Steve Mahon his job as left-halfback.
Gene Gott wills to Pat Neily the ability to talk during study
hall without being caught.
Jim Gow wills to Don Mancini his ability to do nothing
in study hall and get away with it.
Ken Grannis leaves his defensive ability on the football
squad to anyone who wants it.
Diana Green wills to JoAnn Mitchell her spot on the J .V.
Cheerleading squad and hopes that she will enjoy it as
much as she did.
Sonny Greenhalgh leaves to John Cornick and Don Pierson
his ability to judge a girl by her legs.
Brenda Gregory leaves her ability to miskick a soccer ball
to anyone wishing to hop around for three weeks on
Joyce Hackling wills all the problems of the Snak Shak
to the Junior Chairman.
Jerry Legg leaves all his English troubles to his brother
Mary Jane Hernon bequeaths to Bruce Warner all the
Beech-Nut Spearmint wrappers left over from "the
project" so that he will have something with which to
start his own project.
Norman Hillis wills his nickname "Porky" to Tiny Grannia.
Richard Holden leaves his untouched abilities to Roger
Eileen Howard wills to Carrie Andrews all the bassoon
reeds and music. .
Norma Jean Hudgins wills to Marianne McCarthy her
Southem accent and hopes that she can put it to good
Neal Januashek wills his ability to lose at cards to Terry
Potts and Dick Landon.
Connie Johnson wills to Eleanor Heidtman the ability to
call her at 11:00 P.M. and ask her to stay overnight.
May she put it to good use.
Lynne Johnson leaves to any band member that wants it,
the ability to get on the wrong bus and get lost in
the middle of the night in Hamilton, Ontario.
Carol Juriga and Diane Wickham will the good fortune
of keeping the girls' sports club in motion to B. J.
Fisher, Joan Howard, Cathy Allyn and Judy Adams.
Sally Karabon wills to Judy VanVleet and Roxanne Chectko
her ability to meet the nice football players from other
Ed Kenhart wills Mr. Kitner's ride to school to anyone
who gets there first.
Louise Murphy wills her seat in Library Club to Sylvia
Coulter and Dawn VanHart.
Marilyn Nelson leaves to Linda Tilton and Sharon Parker
the ability to go through "STOP, signs on their driver's
Dave Northrup leaves to Steve Mahon his used razor
blades to shave his legs for football.
Jim O,Hara wills his ability to get along with teachers
to anybody that wants it.
Marlene Olver leaves to Zetta Grow her ability to flip
a raceboat in the middle of the St. Lawrence River and
come out of it without a scratch.
Joyce Orzell and Shelia Rhinevault pass on to Ron Orzell
and Pat Gage the ability to go out riding on their noon
hour and come back with a flat tire.
Jo Parker and Barb Peterson will to their sisters Rita,
Jean and Joan all the wonderful times they've had in
high school, especially their Senior year.
Roy Petrush leaves his athletic ability to any junior who
wants to warm the "pines"
Caroline Pitcher, gives her ability to stall her car at every
stop sign to anyone who wants it.
Dick Place bequeaths his schedule to his brother and any
other 'gfooll' who would like it.
Donn Plew leaves his sermons to a fellow guard, Kevin
Pat Post and Judy Edwards will their good times in their
Senior year to Marianne McCarthy and Nancy Morlando.
Linda Randall wills to any underclassman the ability to go
with the same boy for four years and still be on friendly
Donna Reabuck leaves to Pat Patterson and Joyce Kilmer
her ability to get along with Mr. Buran.
Melda Reed wills to Judy Piester all her good times at
Marlene Reinhart gives Linda Cuddy and Kay Vail the
ability to be a "wild child."
Karen Richards leaves her "perpetual blush" to Sue Dunn.
Harold Reisinger wills Pat Gage the ability to see all the
Triple Cities at once, if he wants.
Mike Riley gives his ability to sleep in study halls to Jerry
Jim Rising bequeaths his seat in Mr. Gennett's math classes
to his brother Charley.
Karen Robinson wills to everyone in choir all the fun
she's had there.
Bill Rolls gives two lunch hours and six coffee breaks to
Dave Ross wills the ability to fail two years of world
history to Tony Scarano.
Keith Russell gives his school spirit to Jim Rounds.
Sandy Sarvey leaves to her cousin Phyllis the ability to go
to l.B.M. Gun Club in the rain.
Dick Seltzer wills to Spencer Roberts the book, Six Minutes
a Day to Perfect Spelling.
George Shary leaves the ability to come to school without
any socks on to any barefoot contessa of V.C.H.S.
Ron Sin er leaves to Don Pierson the abilit to o to
, s i Y g
parties and stlll run cross country.
Marylou Smith leaves to Marylou Johnston the freedom
of being the only Marylou in school.
Dick Snyder wills to Ted Merry the ability to chisel shells
from Mr. Maybee.
Ron Stalford leaves his perfect pitch to Mr. Eddy.
Linda Stover leaves to Sandy Kinner her Swiss flag hoping
she has as much fun with it.
Marion Stalker wills her ability to be late for class to
her sister Carolyn.
Chick Swain leaves his out-of-town black book to Steve
Ron Taylor wills his spare motorcycle tire to anyone who
can fit it on their car.
Bobbi Theisen leaves her job at l.B.M. to Judy Johnston.
Mildred Thomas and Charlene Wiland leave their history
seats to Janice Lovell, Myrna Briggs, Norman Hillis,
and Audrey Greeno.
Ed Traver wills his ability to go deer-hunting every year
to Grove Doty.
Steve Utter wills his luck to get through school on math
and science credits to Dave Devine.
Gene Vaillancourt wills his luck to obtain a triple lunch
hour to anyone who can get away with it.
Vicki Vokulich leaves next year's tenor drummer blisters
and a black and blue leg.
Gene Wagner wills his ability to come in late to work
and get away with it to Bob Staudt.
Sancy Wallaesa wills to next year's editor of the Bear
Facts the almost impossible task of trying to get the
staff to turn their copy in on time.
Al Williams leaves all his empty ".22,' casings to John
Maybee, rifle coach.
Roberta Williams wills her sister Sandy the privilege of
making speeches in English class.
Jim Wilson wills to Mrs. Winans all of his mimeograph
Bill Woodworth leaves to anyone who wants it the ability
to steal cigars from Mr. Buran.
Tony Ziemba wills the ability to go through red lights and
stop signs without getting caught to G. H.
Sandy Singer and Jim Stanahan will their ability to get
along with teachers to Sue Pearsall and anyone else
Charles Smith leaves his pleasant seat in physics class to
D. Carley. B. Case, B. Chilson,
L. Carmon, R. Bunts. S. Bur-
gher. J. Browkaw, D. Cuddihe.
BOW' 2: M. Clappf-r. L. Cuddy
K. Bryant, F. Campion. B
Clappvr. R. Clover. M. Coles
J. Bailey, C. Andrf-ws. K. Al-
lyn. M. Angelo, J. Ball. S.
Allen, K. Antony, S. Beverly.
D. Alsup. ROW 2: J. Adams,
T. Blake, I.. Beaudflltv. G.
Andrews, M. Briggs. D. Ar-
rufat, W. Baker, M. Brainard.
ROW 1: B. Du B0is,J. Daniels
E. Earl, B, Deister. A. Duffy
P. Davidson. ROW 2: C. Ding-
men, C. Dyrnond, L. Davis. M
Davis, S. Dunn, D. Du Bois. J
Cummings. ROW 3: B. De
Vlieger, D. De-Jean. J. Dunphy,
C. Curtis. D. Berry. R. Dodd
K. l"I'1'I1l'h, 5, Cvrurml. S.
lvre-nr'h, ff. flvnung. fl. Flani-
Lun. IJ. l':Il,LfIiPll, I'. Flvtrhf-r,
H, lfisln-r, NT. fin-vrmr. N. Craf-
fiu-. RUYV 2: P. Cage: D
ll:-lvln-r, Il. inmlrnxun, H. inh-
un, R. ffrvvnv, J. Epstvin. J
Could. B. Flvlningl.
I Kvtvhann. l'. Jnm-Q, I.. I.f'w-
I f I
I. .uw-rifm. IJ. I1-r. S. Ma-
h H. I., I.lll'kVVlNNI, I.. I.l'f', J.
I'lSl'lllIlilI', J. Kvnnvy. ROW
Z lx. Inpkc-, N. I,arrulu'1'. J.
Kuhn:-r. ll. King. . 4 -e-. .
lull. H. Huf'Q11r'1'I1. J. Litls,
li l.ullu-r. J. l.lPTl'I'4 .
C. Hulslander. S. Irving. D
H:-ath. C. Hvawy. J. Hanus. W.
Hacklingz. K. Griffin. ROW 2:
A. Crow. J. Howard. D. Gus-
tin. P. Hanafin, B. House, J.
Hunsingvr, S. Joiner, J. John-
ROW 1: P. Renda, P. Purdy
B. Raif. T. Reese, S. Rogersi
S. Pearsall, R. Coon, C. Pen-
nell. B. Smith, D. Pierson
ROW 2: D. Pierce, J. Robin-
son, T. Robinson, T. Peck, I
Peters, S. Roberts, W. Potter
M. Rorapaugh, A. Plymale, Ri
ROW 1: M. McCarthy. C.
Morgan, D. Nelson, M. Neild,
P. Patterson, B. Neely, S. Par-
ker. BOW 2: N. Morlando, J.
Myers, V, McGregor, J. Ormis-
ton, T. Merry, J. Monticello,
ROW 1: L. Scarzafava. l . fax-
ton, P, Survey, P. Scanlan, L
Tilton. B. Taylor, M. Stodclarcl
N. Talada. BOW 2: N. Travis
C. Shultz, J. Sehreck. R. Sha-
piro, T. Scarano, T. Schmidt
G. Savage, R. Trenconsky.
ROW l: K. Vail, li. Vandor-
llilt, Nl. Ynnkln. S. Wlorflvll
ll. Williamson. fl. Wilc'rix, D
Whit:-. RUW 2: J. VanRipf-r,
ll. Wilmn. W. Wand. W. Wal-
tz-r, J. Vanllusvr. R. Yuhas.
ROW l: Z. flrnw. lf. llvimlt-
man, xl. lflm-usmi, 5. Cow, I..
ifilmm. N. llurn:-fl. 'l'. lluglivs,
ll. l.4n1ym1. C.. llnml. A. lam-n,
N. lflvuxnll, N. lllll. Nl. llzlllil-
lm. .l. llulrllrl. RUW 2: l..
lluwk:-ll. ll. lfxflmwlul. llm-mfun,
l., lnlruy, J. lrl'llllIllF, R. ffllgz.
Nl. llurri-. l.. llinm. li. llas-
Sn If-y. ll. llullvr. V. llinla. ROXV
5: J, ll1lTV!'y. .l. llugggvrty. l..
llallrrivl, A. llrunnix, V. llumvr,
l. llf-1-lf'r. if. llvnclvrfon.
ROW 1: W. Du Bois, A. C01-
linglon. H. Fe-thvrolf. S. Coul
In-r. C. Drum. K. Edsell, S.
Ellis. C. Fe-lluws. S. Dymnnd
J, Duty, S. Foley, E. Foster
ROW 2: B. Dunlap, C. Fitvlx,
B. Conklin. S. Corwin. B. De-
Wcilfr-. M. l'JiNunzio. C. Cook,
C. Dc-ami, A. Fish, R. Du Bois,
K. Cramer, K. Fensteniavlwr,
ROW 1: P. Neily, B. O,Neil1
M. Mascioli, J. Morton, J
Mitchell, C. Myers, J. Olver,
P. Porcino, C. Meaker, C. Mil-
ler, C. Miller, S. Mulhollen
ROW 2: E. O,Hara, M. Os-
man, B. Munson, L. Moore, J
Morton, J. Morton, J. Miller,
R. Morrison, R. Moulton, P
Nielsen, C. Newton, D. Parker,
F. Norton. ROW 3: S. Nielsen,
T. Murphy, B. Morlando, J.
McGregor, A. Miller, R. Moyer,
R. Myers, H. May.
ROW 1: J. Krissel, D. Krom,
S. Luce, C. Lane, S. Luding-
ton, E. Lovelace, P. Little, S.
Krupske, B. Lynch, S. Kimble,
N. Lane, C. Kocian, L. Lane,
T. Kristof, B. Lenkiewicz.
ROW 2: B. June, M. John-
son, V. Kryger. V. Kresko,
A. Lenkiewicz, S. Levinos, R.
Koch, W. Kalbaugh, D. Ko-
vach, D. Landon, C. Madison,
D. Johnson, R. Martin, R.
Ma1'sh, B. Keely.
ROW 1: C. Quick, B. Perkins,
A. Robbins, L. Ryan, J. Pies
ter, J. Ross, N. Pollard, T.
Patti, A. Pfaff, J. Samson, K
Sellick, B. Russell, J. Rutkow-
ski. ROW 2: D. Ryan, G
Robek, R. Ruh, K. Potter, Cv.
Sanford, S. Schmidt, M. Rin
ker, C. Rush, R. Payne, G
Quinn. T. Scarano. E. Reistet-
ter. ROW 3: J. Phelps, C
Pierce, J. Riffanacht, K. Rich-
ardson, D. Haggerty, H. Severn
K. Richards, H. Shelp.
IIUXX I: NI. XX1vkI1a1n. J.
Winnv. K. Xuungr. J. Ynnkin
X, Ifrv-1In'rin'k. I'. Wvllmzm, NI
xVilIl'Hllh, C. Wir--ing. W. Iiuza,
Il. fiwrzll. ROW 2: i.. XVLIIII'
II. xvilI'Il4'l'. K. Young. II. I3
Wwi1'l'i1'I1, K. Wingllvr, R. Zu-
Ivvg. .I. Wm-fl. II. XVRIHI.
IIUW I: II. Sllvrvt, J. 'I'I11'a1'-Il-
ex 5 NIIIIIII I' NUIII N
un. f.. SIIIIIVVIQI. I.. FIIIIIII, 5.
In-In. If, SHI'1N'IlIllHIxj. IIUW
Z: J. Intl'-11. I.. Flaullnn. I.
Xlxlxn I I mln: pau
I. Iunm'1'. In. I1l1-flmlm. II.
uufll. IN. YIIlt'l'llI. IIIIW II:
I. 5II'lIlllY. II, 5IIIIIIl. I., I:lyI1Il'.
II. Nlwm. I.. FIIIIIII. N, Spvllw-,
1. 5IllI'Illll'Ix. I.. 5ILl-IINIINII.
ROW I: S. liurr. J. III-aluIuin
5. lfnpwe-ll, IT. lfnrrillgtnn, C
IIPLIIII. G. IJLIFIIUS. T. II:-nn'Ims
ski. 5. Illusku. U. Clappc-r. I.
lfulvmzul. W. Iiurrivr.A II. Iiuw
vu. ROW 2: II. lIIwm'v II
Iicrm-. II. IIurII1uInl11mI': .I
Be-1-klmrn, Il. IIUIUIIHIII. IT. Bum-r
J. Cawlvy. Il. Colv. If. Iioulon
C. Balmykin. T. Iiruwn. S
Ayn-rs. HOW 3: H. III'l'llC'Ili'
ly. Ac-kvrt. J. Card. B. Bald
win. L. Ayvrs, K. Bwky. J
Burris, J. Bc-lhf, S. Ashvraft.
ROW 1: K. Gossler, M. Gon
you. M. Greene, S. Haddad,
WY. Hart D. Guldenschuh M
Hahn, c'. Eddy, B. Fuller, Ai
Henning, S. Frink, S. Hagen
C. Galloway. ROW 2: B. Gre
gory, P. Finklestein, W. Green-
halgh, R. Garza, R. Greene, D
Farwell, S. Griswold, J. Fields
R. Genung, W. Gunning.
ROW 3: J. Gibson, N. Griffin
N. Edwards, J. Early, B. Ellis
L. Frank, L. Durant, J. Earley
D. Gustin, R. Hadsell, D. Fen-
ROW 1: G. Collington, P.
Conklin, C. Durant, C. Cava-
liere, L. Corson, R. Chetko,
S. Cokely, C. Case, V. Clapper,
M. Duffy, D. Day, M. Crowell,
P. Dietrichsen, J. Duck. ROW
2: B. Crooke, L. Cramer, C.
Chatham, C. Conklin, D. Deets,
R. Cockrell, R. Duffy, B. Cur-
rie, B. Chilson, A. Dowd, R.
DeBoyace. ROW 3: J. Cham-
berlain, J. Coulter, R. Cargill,
G. Donson, J. Costley, D.
Dodd, R. Cummings, D. Con-
rad, R. Carmon.
ROW 1: L. Liddle, N. LeSucr
P. Herceg, V. Hotchkiss, N
Lott, J. Knox, M. Krum, C
Jatko, F. Koncak, J. Lovell
J. Humphrey, C. Kristof, J
Hix, J. Harvey. ROW 2: P
Lane, S. Halley, C. Jamieson,
H. Hitchcock, J. Kimble, G
Krise, S. Madden, Y. Kanaza-
wick, C. Lane, R. Heath, N
Herko, R. Heath. ROW 3: G.
Hoover, E. Leamer, S. Kinner,
D. Lockwood, T. Lewis, T.
Henley, A. Hanrahan, S. John-
son. P. Lyon, C. Heavey.
ROW l: li. Nt-wvll, E. Makar,
M. Nnyvs, .i. Aivyvr, ff. NIC-
llummgli. M. Marinu, S. Nlyvrs,
J. Nlitltllf-ton, N. Norton, KI.
'Xiuurt-, U. Moore-. D. Mc'Part-
land, A. Munn, E. Nivholas.
ROW 2: K. Morgan, U. Mar-
tin, M. Mvlnlyrv, l'. Mc-CIW
hind, R. Uris, C. Middvndorf.
W. Hnlynr-zinx, J. 0'Connnr,
I". Murtinvk, A. Morn, R. Mulyf
nm-aux. ROW 3: CI. Mclain, J.
Olson, N. Milli-r, R. Mnntrnss,
R. Nvstrivk, R. Marsh, M.
Nlivhnn. M. Nlinnivh, U. Mur-
ROW I: I.. Syke-s, J. Stanton,
ff. Stom-. C. Svve-rn, C. Schmidt
ff. 'l'halh4iff'r. R. Smith, K
Utlnlvrwmul, J. Stvvvns, T.
Swain, N. lhnhziuc-r, II. She-ily
ROW 2: W. Staudt. A. Smith
li. Spruaunsky, M. Spnhn, S
'l'ilt41n, J. Spuor, P. Stryker,
lf. St. john. fl. Vvnth-rhilt, R
Shvk. ROW Ii: R. Shuvvr, I.
Shtlvvr, R. 'l'ut0r, U. S4-utt, A
Stuwt-Il, li. Sing:-r, R. Sundvr-
ROW 1: J. Peck, R. Peck. C.
Ryan, J. Peterson, J. Pvtvrson,
L. Rathburn, T. Schaffvrt, P.
Paddock, E. Sarvey. R. Post.
M. Mroczku, J. Parker, L.
Rush. ROW 2: P. Scarano,
B. Petrush, T. Rishel, S. Ross,
B. Patterson, J. Scheer, S.
Osborne, M. Rackett. C. Peters,
E. Renda, B. Planchek. ROW
3: J. Sanzo, C. Rich, C. Rear-
don, C. Raymond, R. Post, C.
Rising, W, Pierce, J. Ramer.
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Along the rippling Susquehanna,
The shadow of our high school falls
And mellow, mingled tints of sunset
Illumine now our classic hallsg
While students gather 'round thin altars,
True loyalty to thee confess,
And sing with happy hearts and voices
In praise of V.C.S.
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ROW 1: P. Wheeland, R.
Wiland, D. Wilbur, D. Van
Hart, C. Weston, J. Van Vliet,
C. Zalenski, M. Van Dusen,
B. Wamer. ROW 2: R. Winans,
E. Zimmer, M. Wilbur, C.
Wright, R. Wilty, K. White.
D. Weston, D. Weston.
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The Student Government of Vestal Central, under
the guidance of Mr. Richard Powell, is operating
under a new and better constitution. This body
governs school and organization activities with the
help and guidance of the administration. Member-
ship includes the President and Vice President and
four representatives from each class.
ROW 1: T. Benzelewski, .l.'Crotty, M. Duffy, C. Andrews, L. Ryan, M. Yonkin. ROW 2: L. Dates, G. Hoover, R. Greene, R. Singer
I. Monticello, B. Montross, S. Singer. ROW 3: R. Brundage, J. Card, J. Litts, H. Williams, H. May, G. Shary, J. Garvey, R. Hadsell
Sl'iA'l'IfD: Wallaf-sa, M. Heath, K. Rickards, L. May, L. Dates, C. Pitcher. STANDING: D. Drabo, B. Peterson, C.
Shary, H. Williams, R. Brundage, V. Vokulich.
The Vestal Central chapter of the National Honor Society is one organization of oxgyggazw
which qualifications for membership are difficult. Each year in the spring the faculty H S ff,
votes on the basis of leadership, character, service and scholarship for the top ten E , E'
per cent of the class. In the fall of the Senior year, the faculty again votes on the Z QS
tom twent Jer cent. ll
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Under the direction of Mr. Stropc. The Bear Facts is published monthly giving
all the students the latest news of the school.
gem aotd Staff
SlCA'I'EIJ: W. House, L. Learner, C. Juriga, B. Peterson, J. Parker. STANDING: H. May, R. Brundage, K. Anthony. N.
Irout, J. Pit-stcr, 5. Parker, J. Peterson, J. Peterson, S. Opp, S. Wallaesa.
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SEATED: M. Heath, Art, K. Richards, Art Editor, C. Juriga, Girls' Sports, J. Parker, Treasurer, B. Peterson, Editor,
STANDING: T. Knowlton, Advertising, J. Rising, Sales, H. Williams, Boys' Sports, R. Brundage, Co-Editor, D. Drabo,
Literary, D. Mattison, Photography.
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jflfl 'ii The Press Club is the Advertising Agent of the Y P '
2,5 111-'-"N .-"W" Q Q. 1, V f l
5. school. lt writes articli to the lused in our local
L: Sir k ? Ili:-LIL A. .1 paper on Sunday on t e sc oo page. i, 1
SEATED1 S. Karahon, L. Murphy, A. Allyn, K. Edsell, S. Opp. STANDING: A. Truesdell, L. Lee, V. Molter, K. Griffin,
S. Fisher, N. Trout, S. Singer, W. House, C. Juriga, President.
ROW 1: B. Bowen, I. Knapp
K. Richards, K. Sana., M'
Lattimore. ROW 2: H. Wil
mot, C. Lawrio, N. Morlando
G. Morgan, N. Trout, N. Nor-
ton. ROW 3: M. Jones, S
Nielson, K. Richards, R. Selt-
zer, R. Shapiro, P. Nielson, R
Winans, C. Wright.
For those students who have a desire to express themselves
materialistically, Art Club is ideal. Among many other projects.
Mr. Williams. the advisor, has helped the cluh with its annual
Kathy Sellick. Vice President: Barbara Bowen, Secretary: lrene
Besides putting on several plays. and helping with the Senior play, the Dramatics
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Cluh learns the fundamentals of the "Fine Arts." Mrs. Vanderbilt the director has
really made this club a success. Officers are Larry Leamer. President: Linda Lovell.
Vice President: Sandy Simpson. Secretary: Marion Stalker, Treasurer.
ROW 1. E Gallu B. Vander-
' - Pi
hilt, M. McCarthy, P. Purdy
S. Smith, N. Pollard, S. Simp-
son, K. Young, C. Andrews
K. Richards, J. Piester, M
Reed. ROW 2: J. Wilson, J
Garvey, H. May. L. May, B.
Taylor, K. Antony, S. Beverly,
C. Rush, M. Hanafin, T. Patti,
J. Samson, B. Beme, M. Stal-
ker. ROW 3: R. Carmody, R
White, R. Snyder, W. House
ll. Dowd, V. Vokulich. L
Johnson, L. Learner, President:
J. Wiggins, L. Davis, N. Mor-
lando. L. Lovell. S. lfnrwin. I-I
Vestal MHP' Club greets all new students entering
the school and introduces them to the classes and
activities at Vestal. Mrs. Mac Lowry is the club
advisor, Linda Randall, President, Barbara Peterson,
Vice Presidentg and Nancy Duke, Secretary.
ROW 1: J. Hackling, L. May, E. Gallup, S. LaDue, V. Mlddendorf P Eldred N Duke L Lowell N Hudgxn K Allyn
Hernon, C. Grover S Ayers, P. Machovec C. Begell N Joiner S Dunn K Nnthons J Cunnnm s N Nlorlando J 'Wares C Jurlga
ROW 3: F. C di -L. Dates, E. Me er., D. Dowd: Lott D DuBo1 B Case E Howard B Hun-son J Howard ROW 4 J Edward
ar en, y
S. Beeman, J. Myers, N. Lawton, R. Currie, W. House, J. Ep tem N Janua helt K Nlrtchell J Adams ROW 5 R Mattrson R
Brundage, B. Brown, P. Ford, P. Gage, P. Luther, J. Lltts L Cuddv J Me er mith N Graf ius
SI'lA'l'IilJ: Mrs. IJ, Harrlr-r, E. Gallup, lresidvntg H.
Williams, Parlianientarian. STANDING: ll. llralm, Treas-
nrf-rg l.. li-ann:-r, Vive-l'ra-siilc-nl. MISSING: ll. Hartman.
'lllle United Nations Club, the largest Clulm in the school, consists of Juniors and
Seniors who carry out such WOI'LllWVlliI61JI'OjCCIS as clothing drives and donations to
Ifzm-. 'I'l1c cluli holds a lmottle drive in the fall and various money raising projects
to finance the spring trip to New York City. Mrs. Dorothy Harder is the dedicated
advisor of the elulm.
ROW I: ll. Wivklmm, I.. Randall, S. Parker, P. Post, ll. Raif, M. Yonkin. ll. Rinaldi, M. Nelson, J. Parker. ROW 2: D. Nelson, S.
Wards-Il, l., Slove-r, V. Vnkulivh, M. Stalker. M. Reinliart. S. Singer, .l. Vanllz-rvvs-r, C. Pitcher, S. Wallaesa. ROW 3: B. Peterson,
l,. I.:-ann-r, R. Snyder, Roberts, J. Sehrr-ck. G. Saxenmyvr. J. Wilson, K. Richards, S. Opp. ROW 4: R. Seltzer, R. Stalford, H.
Williams, II. Swain, IJ. Norlhrup, II. Womlwortli. R. Singer, C. Shary. ll. Stadel.
ROW 1: R. Bundage, Secre-
taryg R. Mattison, Vice Pres-
ident: H. Williams, Presidentg
J. Wilson, Treasurer. ROW 2:
T. Reese, D. Parker, B. De-
Wolf, N. Januashek, J. Epstein,
D. Pierson, J. Simpson, G.
Vaillancourt, J. Monticello.
ROW 3: S. Spence, J. Card,
B. Gifford, J. Schreek, D. Cus-
tin, C. Swain, J. Ormiston, A.
The motto of Key Club is "We Buildf, Sponsored by the
Kiwanis Club of Vestal, the club performs service projects for
' l , the school and community, under the leadership of President
Yhxo,QL,el,f" Hal Williams, Vice President Richard Mattison, Secretary Reed
PM Brundage and Treasurer Jim Wilson.
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Dedicated to helping the needy and hospitalized, Red Cross Club members are Q
constantly seen collecting money, useful items, and workers for some worthwhile ,Stow-iq,
project. Under the guidance of Mrs. Cavanaugh and officers: Hal Williams, President, f Q
Carrie Andrews, Vice President: Linda Dates, Secretary, and Ed Lopke, Treasurer, Q-Ocho?
this is an extremely worthwhile organization.
ROW 1: E. Gallup, B. Vander-
hilt, J. Parker, K. Allyn, J.
Hamus, B. Lynch, S. Simpson,
C. Andrews, S. Pearsall, B.
Taylor, T. Banzelewski. ROW
2: S. Beverly, K. Anthony, C.
Meeker, C. Pfaff, B. Berne, B.
Bartholomew, J. Adams, M.
Osman, P. Hanafin, L. Dates,
M. Hanafin. ROW 3: J. How-
ard. C. Rush, B. Peterson, R.
Brundage, J. Epstein, H. Wil-
liams, F. Campion, E. Lopke,
T. Brown, N. Craffius.
SEATED: J. Ketcham, B.
Vanderbilt, M. Clapper, J.
Kretschmar, J. B r 0 k a w.
STANDING: J. Crotty, Miss
Brezny, C. Morgan, H. Fether-
olf, K. Young, D. Coodison,
C. Flanigan, N. Trout, N. Hill,
P. Scanlon, B. Taylor, W.
Ackley, W. Kalbaugh.
l"renrh Club under the direction of Mlle. Brezny attempts to
gain a better understanding of France, her language and customs.
Officers are: Judy Crotty, President, Peggy Clapper, Vice Presi-
dent: Jerri Keteham, Secretary: Joan Kretschmar, Treasurer: and
Barbara Vanderbilt. Parliamentarian.
The Hi-Y Club under the leadership of Miss Johnson was organized to create and
maintain high standards of Christian character. The motto of the club is Clean Living,
Clean Speech. Clean Sportsmanship, and Clean Scholarship. Officers of the club are:
Leslie May, President: Kay Mitchell, Vice President, Priscella Saxton, Secretary: Linda
Randall, Treasurer: Sandy Singer. Chaplain: and Lynne Johnson, Parliamentarian.
ROW l: P. Saxton, Secretary,
l.. May, l'rc-sidentg K. Mitchell,
Vim--l'r1-sirlc-nt: L. Randall,
'l'r4-asurerg MISSING: L. John-
son, Parlianientarian. ROW 2:
V. Vokulich, K. Richards, L.
Lovell, M. Stalker, P. Eldred,
M. Reinhart, L. Chapman, S.
Foley, ROW 3: L. Dates, B.
Lynch, C. Meaker, N. Trout, M.
Heath, C. Johnson, C. McQuis-
ton, li. Shuff. ROW 4: S. Joiner,
D. Nelson, S. Wardell, C. Stalk-
er, T. Patti, P. Machovec, J.
Sta-vt-ns, M. Davis, S. Pearsall, D.
Dowd. S. Walluesa. ROW 5: D.
Taylor, J. Krissel, Mott, N.
Stratton, S. Smith, J. Puff, R.
Rail, L. Cuddy, J. Kretschmar,
J. VanDr-rveer, D. Green. ROW
6: D. Scott, J. Haclcling, C.
Grover, R. Schlotterbeck, V.
Nlicltlenclorf, K. Griffin, S. Opp,
S. Singer, Chaplain, K. Vail, N.
Duke, K. Robinson.
ROW 1: L. Stover, Purchasingg C. Grover, Clean-uplg C. McQuiston, Treasurerg J. Hackling, Chaimian. ROW 2: J. Billet,
Sellingg R. Singer, Assistant Sellingg D. Crawford, Co-Chairmang T. Ziemba, Purchasing.
These are two of the most important activities of the Senior Class. By selling refreshments at the
football games and subscriptions to magazines, the Seniors pay for graduation expenses.
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SEATED: D. Mattison, J. Hackling, B. Peterson. STANDING: H. Williams. D. Crawford, Chairman.
ROW 1: J. Doty, W. Strong, C. Walker, D. Morse, D. Ward. ll. Corsam, B. House. ROW 2: L. Croft, B. Lynch, D.
Walker, Nl. l.ovc-laee, L. Carmen, W. llrenden, J. Lyon. G. Willnur.
Mr. Benson. advisor. directs the F.F.A. in the knowledge of new methods in scientific farming.
liiflc Clulm under the direction of Mr. Maybee works for marksmansllip and safety in handling firearms.
ROW 1: D. Rush, Pre-sidenrg W. Wasson, J. Kenney. J. Monticello, L. Bogart, C. Jatko, E. Brown. ROW 2: E. Gallup.
J. Ulf-as-on, li. Deifter, I-. Ilaekf-tt. E. Bogart, D. Wickham. J. Crannis. ROW 3: R. Morriso, C. Saxenmyer, F. Campion,
D. Nlontieello, R. Clover, R. Snyder. W. Brenden, D. Kovacli. B. Keely. D. Ciannuzzi, A. Williams.
ROW 1: S. Greenhalgh, J. Epstein, J. Litts, C. Swain, W. Woodworth, J. Schreck, J. Comick, T. Reese. ROW 2: S.
Mahon, K. Bryant, C.Pe11nell, J. Peters, R. Chapman, B. Wood, S. Roberts, D. Pierson. ROW 3: J. Billet, D. Berry, B,
Gifford, B. Breed, R. Slick, D. Plew, President: J. Hill, D. Northrup, A. Plymale, H. Williams.
The Varsity Club is made up of lettermen from all major sports. The Club is under the leadership Of
Donn Plew, President.
The C.A.A. is a new club at school under the direction of Miss Cleveland. Any girl may participate
in these after school athletic activities.
ROW 1: J. Howard, K. Allyn, B. Fischer, J. Adams, M. Thomas. J. Mares, P. Renda. ROW 2: M. Marino, J. Peter-
son, N. Lott, J. Peterson, S. French, M. Wilbur. ROW 3: J. Burris, J. Messersmith, D. Wickham, J. Billet, G. Morton.
ROW 1: J. Brokaw, R. Clover, Presidentg J. VanRiper, D. Giannuzzi. ROW 2: E. Lopke, F. Campion,
G. Saxenmyer, J. Could, J. Burke.
A new club at school this year is the Science Club under the direction of Joseph
Kirk. This interesting club has undertaken many experiments in various fields of science. .
This year the radio club was added to the list of clubs in Vestal Central. Bernard
Fox, the founder of the club, has helped many students become ham radio operators.
The students of the high school were all given the chance- to hear the workings of
this station over the P.A. system in the fall.
ROW 1: E. Lopke, Presidentg D. Kovach, F. Campion, M. Mclntyre, P. Alley. ROW 2: Mr. Fox, J. Scheer, L. Wasson,
D. Earl. W. Wasson, C. Saxenmyer, B. Brokaw.
SEATED: E. Sisson, S. Lyons, J. Orzell, L. Murphy. STANDING: E. Foster, N. Morlando, B. Bowen,
The Library Club under the direction ot Mr. Crowell helps out in the library, 'gt
charging books out, replacing them and helping students find books.
The Public Address Club of Vestal Central under the direction of Walter Parsons gives off with a
mighty "Good morning, may I please have your attention for the following announcementsf' This club
briefs all the students of their many meetings and lists the lost and found articles among other bits of
ROW 1: L. Dates, S. Opp, V. Vokulich, J. Wiggens. MISSING: L. Johnson.
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Ladies-imWaiting-Shirley Fisher, Linda Chapman
Queen's Court-Nancy Duke, Joyce Hackling, Karen Robinson
Carole McQuiston, Sandra Ayres, Patricia Machovec, Linda
Dates, Linda Randall, Judy Van Derveer, Vicki Vokulich.
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Queen Shirley Fishvrf'-King George Shary
Quvcn Phyllis Loc-King Ron Ferris
R. Brundage, S. Ayres, A. Williams, K. Rich-
ards, J. Brown, G. Shafy, L. May, R. Currie,
N. Hudgins, W. Thane, P. Eldred, L. Leamer.
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.ROW 1: N. Craffius. S. Opp. M. Stalker. D. Wickham. .l. Howard. V. Vnkulich. C. Ralmykin, M
Johnson. E. Howard. ROW 2: S. Levinns, B. Dunlap. W. Baker. P. Cage. C, Vuillancourt. R.
The Vestal Central Band. under the direction of Mr. Williaili 0. Marvin, has continued to clemonstrate its excellent
musical talent. The hand is again planning to attend the musical festival at Hamilton. Ontario.
S. Levinos. Captain. S. Gleason. M. Watrnus. P. Hunifiri, J. Messersmith. K. Wingler, C. Babykin.
ROW 1: M. Osman, J, Ulver, E. Howard, K. Min-he-ll, S. Pcarsull, P. Purdy. ROW 2: R. Chetko
M. Muscinli. V. Moltvr. C. Hood. A. Ure-4-no. L. Sykes.
M. Chipper, N. Gruffius, C. Juriga, J. Adams, B. Fischer, S. Burgher, S. Kinner, L. Stover.
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ROW l. left to right: K. Robinson, V. Kryger, P. Eldred, J. Wiggins, M. Reinhart, J. Hackling, S. Ayers, J. Piester
L. Randall, J. Parker, C McQuiston, J. Ketcham, B. Raif, P. Davidson, M. Hanafin, M. Reed, B. Griswold J. Kretschi
mar, L. Beaudette, M. Davis, B. Peterson. ROW 2: R. Seltzer, H. Smith, G. Henderson, W. Baker, A. McDaniel, R
Dodd, J. Rutkowski, R. Dodd, H. Shelp, J. Garvey, R. Sticklin, B. Kalbaugh, R. Stalford, K. Becker. ROW 3: N
Duke, Pianist, Mr. Eddy, Director, V. Vokulich, Pianist.
ROW 1: C. Hnderson, G. Could, G. Zierdt. C. Stone. R. Peck. A. Coleman, E. Sorochinsky, E. Reistetter. ROW 2:
S. Wardell, Vice President, P. Purdy, B. Coleman, J. Howard, Treasurer, S. Opp, President, R. Currie, E. Meyer
Secretary, M. Duffy, E. Howard, D. Stewart, C. Rich, A. Marshall, M. Browning. ROW 3: C. Quinn, P. Cage, W
Baker, D. Wickham, R. Stalford, C. Pitcher, R. Pierce, V. Kryger.
MRS. PURDY-Red Building
MR. PERKINS!-Ross Corners
MR. ANTONY-Willow Point
ICUW l: N111 HUIIUII, flu. Xlau'Wlillun. Mrs. l'4-urszlll. Nlrs. I.lllkwl-Qi. Miss Clllllllilvull, Mrs. Ma1f'Quc'0n, Mr.
ru-r. RUN! .Zz Hr. hnullk, Nlr, lillss, Mr, Mviflllrc-. Mr. I yluvk.
Nl XII Il NI: IKAI'K1ll'Xk. Viv Klf-ray. Nlri. Ifnrfl. Mrs. Hill. STAND- SE.'X'l'Ell: Misg Clllillllll, Mrs. Hanson. STANDING: Mrs, Wlli
IN! Nl: llunlf ll, Ur. liupe-mkc, Nlr. Nlillillifll. Mr. Lulkuski. sun. Mr. U1-11sm1. Mr. Auclinu. Mrs. Eggleston.
ROW 1: W. Meloling, G.
Lockwood, K. McCeelland, L.
Kerr, D. Little, D. McNeil,
B. Terrence, L. Middendorf.
ROW 2: K. Purdy, C. Pear-
sall, K. Johnson, C. Miller
P. Holland, J. Jacobs, L
Peace, T. Howard. ROW 3:
L. Layman, D. Lyman, A. Pet-
tir, G. Jones, S. Lenor, K
Murphy, S. Houseknecht, J
Lainhart. ROW 4: J. Lupole,
J. Lopke, A. Johnson, R. Lan
don, L. Hunsinger, E. Mock,
B Wiland G Oakele T.
' 7 ' yi
Van Auken, T. Lynch.
ROW 1: I. Benzelleski, B.
Lamphere, T. Fuller, D. Bas-
sett, G. Core, J. M. D'Angelo,
L. Grow. ROW 2: T. Drumm,
B. Braithwait, G. Ballard, C.
Barnum, V. Campion, C. Farr,
R. Camp, J. Crotty, E. Har-
rison. ROW 3: B. Boice, T.
Davis, M. Duffy, P. Frisbie,
H. Eggleston, M, Foster, C.
Homa, D. Fischthal, S. Fern-
bach. ROW 4: J. George, D.
Cokely, P. Hogan, K. Gas-
kill, J. Flavin, C. Shelly, E.
Decker, D. Gregory, G.
ROW 1: C. Sicler, C. Van-
dermark, L. Wark, J. Steph-
ens, J. Russell, K. Stoddard,
N. Silveri, C. Wray. ROW
2: J. Walter, V. Warner, S.
Young, A. Rogers. D. Hill,
Y. Shephard, A. Smithf K.
Stuart. ROW 3: E. Stanton,
D. Ward, N. Wolford, J.
Stone, S. Tucker, D. Tillot-
son, T. Warwick. J. Stern-
berg. ROW 41: R. Rogers, S.
Post, S. VanVlict, K. Van
Duser, M. Walker, J. Brown,
C. Stross, B. Wark, A.
Spence, C. Toller.
ROW I: li, l.ivingsmn, J.
Livingston. lf, fllllllllllillS.
ROW 2: S. Daly, T. Small-
Slurk, 5. lllllllili, R. Emu,
vmnlm, li. l"r4'4lrif'k, ff. llru
D. Mrrviu, M, l'lf'l'lN'll,
Sl'llllllllIl'lll, J, Yllllllg.
WDW l: S. llzlvilunrl, S. llil
1-nflurf. ll. Svmit, D. Vain-
flilflvr, l'. Krygvr. li. Wing-
lvr, NI. D'llrso, D. DiNunzi0.
liUW 21 ll. H0511-rs, S. Win-
ston, l'. lim-ur. M. Sllunle-y, J
Swrriku. l.. lin-zirlvy,
l,l'lI'llSll, ll. 'IN-won. ROW 3:
li. l.uwry, li. lla-nmlc-ry, fl.
le-n'-on. .l. Milla-r, .l. Ste-flik,
ll. Knupivk. li. fllie-ne-y. B
ROW 1: D. Morsome-n, L
Brinkley. D. Williams. D
Ratliff, D. LuDuc, D. Kurs!
D. Fleming, M. Lason. ROW
2: T. Ratliff, M. Andrews, N
Oliver. D. Murry, C. Millard
S. Digman, S. Whitvllousv, A
Dodd, P. Piercv. ROW 3: W
Jumper, C. Horsky. L. Hatha:
way. D. Johnson, P. Lewis
R. Pylon, v. Clarke. R. Kroi
wink. J. DeBoyac'c. R. Peris.
ROW 1: 1. Sceliolim, C. Rut-
ter, D. Williams, S. Raymond,
J. Sisson, R. Sauage, T. Work,
C. Sisson, S, Vail, E. Reistel-
lee. ROW 2: D. Williamson,
R. Westfall, P, Sweeney, S.
Rought, P. Rush, D. Scott,
W. Walter, D. Tkacliuk, D.
Wiggins, N. Zinke. ROW 3:
R. Tinklepaugh, P. White, K
Spencer. R. Stowell, S. Terry
11. Riley, J. Wilbur, C
Schneider, L. Prait, J. Potts.
ROW 1: R. Armant, C. Al-
sup, J, Boland. T. Bakeo, J.
Bryant, C. Allyn, S. Cort-
right, N. Brown, L. Adams.
ROW 2: D. Crispell, R.
Deubler, M. Dobrovolsky, M.
Cerbara, H. Adams, S. Bux-
ton, C. Adams, L. Doupe, B.
Crossett, R. Ambrose, R. Dur-
and. ROW 3: R. Bennett, C.
Burgess, M. Colman, D. Ben-
ntt, C. Eldredge, S. Cole-
man, D. Case, W. Chatham,
J. Dare, D. Darling.
ROW 1: F, Hackett, T. Ham-
lin, J. Loughre, T. Leonard,
H. Harvex, B. Knausdorf, L.
Hess. K. Ely, M. Hyd , C.
Gurney, C. Henning. ROWV 2:
G. Liddle, C. King, J, Love,
A. Cavazzi, F, Kenner, L.
Hanifin. C. Kennedy, H. Hix,
S. Heyda, T. Epstein. ROW
3: K. Eyes, M. Fisher. N.
Joiner, E. Fenstemucher, P.
Little, S. Irving, L. Fundis,
C. Fourness, M, Fundis, S.
W I: P. I'im'kf'rim1. L.
In-r, .l. Ntwlrivk, .l. Moss,
FWHIIIHINR, il. Nlxllu-n, B.
f,Hl'il'll, fl. l'io'l'1'1'. RUXV 2'
llllll. 4. . '1SS,
4-hun, A. Hill:-r, I, North-
lup. lt. Nlnrlin. IJ. Morgan.
RUW l: H, tlulligzlialrn, C.
1 llldlllilll, ff. Uallvs, U. ffrouks,
IS f.uIt', fi. fiullglllin,
lift-ke-r. RUW 2: I.. lY.fM1gt-lo,
X Half-111.111, 'If llilliwsky, I3
tlmrln-5, IS. lllurk, S. flovk-
I4 Il. H. lfulvs. H. tjlbllll, P.
I htllllll ln ROW 3 IJ I
tr A. flUH'lll'ilH. J. Carlson,
1 . I: . C001-
Wnrud, W. lluy, J. Cun-
u mg ,l, tlurnivk, N. limzuitis.
ROW 1: D. Staulfurd, C
Stcigvrwnld, E. Smith. G
Stcinrurk. R. Tivl. T. Tulll
man, H, 'l'lu-ctgv. A. Smith
D. 'lxllI'ilSht'l'. ROW 2
Sutton. D, Tllrushcr. ROW 2
R. Sutton. C. Stanton. D
SI7t'llt'l'f'. C. Stvwurl. S
Shaw, J. Stalk:-r. U. Shattuck
H. Wm-lwr. RUW 3: T. Slvvn
burg. lf. Tm-rry. C, Slnttsv. P
Shunk. F. Svxton. N. Smith
P. Taylor. A. SWt'l'Ill'f'.
ROW 1: S. O'Conn0r, W.
Parrish, L. Norton, S. Pit-
chanau, D. Dipher, J. Pilking-
ton, A. Popik, R. Parker.
ROW 2: H. Bellow, J. O'Hara
S. Potter. R. Plymale, K
O'Connell, B. Quackenbush,
C. Place, N. Pritchard, H.
Osca. ROW 3: M. Post, D
Olson, T. Raif, B. Olver, T.
Orzell, R. Pfaff, S. Reese,
J. Pierson, R. Pierce.
ROW 1: R. Letson, C. Mac-
beth. D. Lynch, J. Kovuch
K. Lewis, R. Lott, G. Lan
dun, S. Lenz, C. Krissel
ROW 2: G. Larnerd, M
Mack, N. Ormiston, J. Lewis
D. Keech, S. Lattimore, D
Loveless, C. Lawrio. ROW 3:
B. Lillie, T. Lloyd, J. Lucas
N. Kilmer, S. Livingston, D
Kelly, C. Lyon, V. Knapp, P
ROW 1: M. Vrahlie, T.
Tobbe, A. Truesdele, M.
Vrablic, H. Walser, J. Young
D. Utter. ROW 2: C. Yon-
kin, H. Wood, D. Totten, L.
Wardell, P. Wood, J.. Win-
gate, G. VanDerveer, L.
Trout. ROW 3: D. Viglione
R. Williams, K. Totten, C.
Wood, F. Wiggins, T. Weaver,
R. Yuhas, B. Way.
llunplly, I', I'II1lrf-ri. A, Fr:
HOW I: 5, I'II1'Ill'llIH'f'g, I
Ifrhly, 5. Fi.-lfls, J, Fr:-1Ic-rivk,
I, llulnrivlv, Ii. I'il'4'Il1'Il,
llrnwl, Il. I'IlHIgl1'F, Il. Ilurvey
ROW 2: I'. Iluffy. I.. Fran'-4'a1
li. I'lNI'IlIIIElI. Ii. I-lu: .
NNW .: .. Y' gn
luul. J. Iuurl, Ia. I'ilIl0 4.
.VH , ,. 'l"'
IIUW I: J. Ix11'Ix,llI!iI4lH. .I
Izlllhc-ws, II. Morsef, IJ. Mc
I'Inr 0 I 'NIIII
's n, I, . ' rr. J. Mnnli
44-Ilu, M. x1f'II1lI1', II. Ilugv.
RUW 2: I.. AILIIIIPI. R. Mc-yvr,
I'. NI:-rr4'II, I'. NIIIFPIIY, .I
NI:-ual, IQ. My:-re-, IJ. N1-wmun.
ROW Ii: if. NII'NilIllilfil, IJ.
Minnivh, J. Naylor, I'. Mos-
unr-r. J. Muwlmnk, A. Mur-
slmll, J. IxIl'3NI'I'?4HIIIIl. A.
Mnrsr-, NI. Mu1'!4'x1s.
ROW 1: J. Andrews, K. An
drvws. S, Bridges, D. Agunv
C. Maerklc. L, B1lI'IIlUIUlllf'Il
ROW 2: M. Browning, 'C
Brown. .I. Iionjumin. R
BUQIHIIIISIIL F. Ii:-rulw. M
Andrvws, T. Iilvwr. RITW 3
K. Ifisgruw. .I. liaumvrnow
D. I3rown, ll. Iirownluw. T
Ilvur. C. :XIvissi. Nl. :Xgonv
ROW 1: J. Hosie, G. Gleason,
B. Harrington. P. Graffius, C.
Harrington. K. GleZPn. E.
Jumper, K. Hall. ROW 2: M.
Highes. J. Hertzog, E. Gross.
S. Gibson. D. Hill. S. Horton
D. Gleason. R. Gross. P
Hickey. ROW 3: C. Hugu-
IllI'f'. B. Kaminsky, D. Haight
P. Gouldin. J. Hemstreet, J
Hoover. B. Hyried. G. Hughes.
ROW l: R. Reynulil. K. Sim-
ford. M. Rm-k. C. Rinvr. S.
Scanlin. D. Saxton, ll. Ruf-
fins, V. Rinclu. ROW 2: D.
Ross, F. Sc-lwstu. A. Rnssvn.
M. Rinaldi, T. Rll'lldl'llSI?Il.
B. SCllWL'lZPT. A, Sagun. ll.
Rose. ROW 3: D. Ruliinsnn.
T. Rolls. W. Ruhinsun. A.
Olieralicr. B. SC'lllll1ll1l'lll, K.
Rosenlmluom. B. Schilling, E.
Reistetter, C, Schupp.
ROW lt lhlr. Eddy. M. Rucli.
P. Graffius, D. Robinson. J.
Lewis. A. Francavillu. L.
Mantei. C. Lawrio. S. O'Gun-
nor, C. Callahan. C, Smnm-,
Accompanist. ROW' 2: D.
WildPy', D, Sllattuvk. R. Eng-
lish, M, Crowell, E. St. John.
M. Rinaldi. S. Hullvy. A.
Popik. ROW 3: J. Olson, D.
Guldenschuh. M. Spohn. C
Brimmer. D. VunHurI. P
Herceg. P. Cliapmun.
ROW l, le-fl to right: R. Uris, Pianist: Nl. Rinaldi, J. Lewis, P. McClelland, C. Jatko, B. Flavin, J. Hemstreet, R. Pfaff, B. Clark,
R. l"r1'iu'li. T. lilm-ui-r. C, l.awrio, ll. lfudgc-r, 5. 0'Connor, C. Stonv, Pianist. ROW 2: R. Crooks, D. Wildey, .l. Stalker, R. Tiel, .l.
lialdwin, 'l'. Lloyd, .I. Luvas, P. Shook, P. Lyon, R. Marsh, D. Frm-fl1'rim'k, C. lirownlow, A. Dowd, D. Totten, C. Stanton, S. Scanlin, M.
lim-k. RHW 3: S. llails-y, S. Iiridgi-5. R. llc-alll, ll. Ch-ason, M. Crowf-ll, C. Slottje, C. Benjamin, L. Frank, B. Ellis, D. Scott, C. Rising,
T. ll:-nh-y, S. Livingston, NI. Mr-lntyrv, ll, Sr-liilling, ,l. Blouvr, S. Covkrvll, P. Craffius, D. Robinson, J. Olson. ROW 4: C. Dates, L.
Mann-i, A. Poplik, ID. Slnatluvk, IJ. Spa-nm-r, E. St. john, C. McLain, K. U'Connf-ll, L. Wardell, M. Mack, S. Tilton, C. Brimmer,
M. Hpolin, V, Clappe-r, A. l4'ran1'avillo, ll, Culdvnsvliuli, D, Vanllarl, P. llm-wvg. L. Sykes, P. Chapman, L. Brinkos, K. Glezen, C. Cal-
IUPW l: Mr. liyvr, l.. Trout. K- iilf'1f'rl, 5. llagzvn, P. Moslvy, C. Calloway. S. Pottvr, D. Thrasllvr, D. Spencer. ROW 2: ,l. Wingate, T.
llisln-I, K, 0'fI1mn1-ll, ll. Willrur. D, lsudgor. ll. Spruansky. C. Ryan. R. Currie, C. Larnod, T. Steenbvrg, A. Dowd, ,l. Gabriele. S.
liakvr, .I. Slalkm-r, K. Cosslvr, P. McClelland. C. VanDervc0r, B. Clark, li. Crooks, P. Krotzor, B. Schweizer, A. Corcoran, D. Stan-
ford, C, Dau-Q, C. Wright, ,l. Pivrson, N. Stanlvy, C. Raymond, R. Sutton, D. Totten, S. Bridges, T. Scliaffcrt, B. Moore, C. Slottje, M.
Mc-lnlyn-, V. Clappe-r, R. Williams, M. lluglics, L. llrinkos. ROW 3: M, Wilbur, P. Alley, K. Sanford, R. Pfaff. W. Robbins. G.
R1-ardon, W. Day. R. Plymalr-, C. Millvr, C. Plavo. .l. Sf'llCf'I', B. PlLlI'l1'lllll'1, C. Landon.
Honorable Seniors and others
W ll HV
ROW 1: D. Northrup, B. Gifford, K. Grannis, G. Pulver, J. Hill, D. Plow, B. Slick, C. Pennell, K. Bryant, S. Mahon. ROW 2: T. Scar-
ano, N. Hillis, J. Peters, B. Woodworth, C. Swain, P. Crannis, D. Cihiwskey, J. Cornick, B. Wood, J. Totten. ROW 3: B. Bierly, B.
Breed, R. Petrush. A. Plymale, D. Rush, L. Brainard, J. Litts.
Jerry Hill and Donn Plew
Gary Pulver, Roy Petush, Don Plew
Vestal 7 13 Johnson City ,,7,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 7712
Vestal ,,7, ,,,,, 7 Elmira South Side 7 ,,,,7,,,, 12
Vestal 7 T Ithaca 7 7 7 27
Vestal 7 77777 26 North High 7 7 2
Vestal 7777 L11 Mount Carmel 77 777777 77777 7 6
Vestal 7 7 7777 77 7 77735 Elmira Free Academy 7 7 7 6
Vestal 7 7 1-L Central High 20
Vestal 77777 7 7718 Union Endicott 7777 7 7 13
Linda Rgndall, Pu1Eldr4gd, Joan Bailey. Sharon Irving. Judy VunDeru-er, Mary Angelo, Nunvy Duke
ROW l: A. Grunnis. J.
Olive-r, I.. Ayers, G. William-
son, ll. Orvgson, li. O'llura,
G, Williamson, D. Gregson,
E. O'Hura, V. Homer, V.
Hink, ll. Alsup. ROW 2: .l.
Canipln-ll, B. Colburn, J.
Mivilvavugv, H. Gilison, C.
Wilcox, J. Smith, R. Coon,
.l. Haggerty, B. Moyer. ROW
3: U. B1-rry, .l. Wilbur, T.
Lernkowicz, R. Paine, J.
Chamlwrlain, C. Ockerr, R.
Myers. ROW 4: D. Murphy,
.l. Heater, F. Hoyt, C, War-
ner, .l. Ormiston, M. Now-
ROW 1: J. Field, J. Gibson,
D. Sprr-sandsky, R. Card, R.
Slick, R. Williamson, W.
Montross, C. Peters. ROW 2:
H. Hitvhcock, R. Post, T
Lewis, M. Minick, R. Cum
mings, C. Hoovvr, "R. Shaf-
fer. ROW 3: .l. Rilmvf, D.
Weston, R. Hadsell, F. Boga-
czyk, E. Smith, .l. Perry, L.
King Bruin-Cary Pulver
President of Hi-Y-Leslie
Candidates: Bob Breed, Bob
bifford, Ken Grannis, Pahl
Crannis. Jerry Hill, Norman
Hillis, Dave Northrup, Roy
Petrush, Donn Plew, Dick
Rush, Chick Swain, Bill
ROW 1: B. Gifford, D. Northrup, J. Hill, H. Williams, L. Avery. ROW 2: D. Pierson, K. Cramer, D. Murphy,
D. Gustin, J. Comick.
ROW 1: T. Potts, D. Landon, J. Litts, R. Green, L. Stastyshyn, J. Schreck. ROW 2: M. Conant, B. De
Wolf, D. Haire, R. Green, L. Lana, J. Micilcavage.
This year's team will be remembered as a hard working group of hustlers. Although their record does not indicate such,
our team has excellent possibilities for the future. A number of returning players show great potential and we look forward
to an improved season next year.
Claudia Greene Sheila Smith Beth Berne
ROW 1: K. Sanford, C. Terry, D, Dodd, D. Deets, B. Montrose, R. Green, G. Hoover. ROW 2: J. Pierson,
R. Tator, J. Perry, D. Weston, D. Weston, R. Post, R. Singer, T. Raif.
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W I: IJ. Ilurry, G. Wil:-ox. Il. Williamson, L. Crm- Ollllillglll, R. Walk:-r, T. Scrunu, R. Williamson. R
Z A. flrunnis. .l. l'm-lm-rs. ll. Slim-k. K. Urunnis. ll. S111 rlvl. V. ll0llll'l', Allsvnl: R. Rusll.
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Thu- Wrvslling 'l'vun1 llilll ai vc-ry Slll'L'0SSl-Ul SHISOII umlvr its now cuacll. lVlr. Curt Gkll0llgll.
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Nl IIIRIQUT ll, ,flggnln-, ROW l: .l. Nlillvr. R. Rllll, ll, Slim-k. lf. lli-Ivrs, l,. Clllt'lIlllIl. D. Wilcox. ROW 2: Man
I wr 'lf ,lllllN'4', ll. llrunnis. ll. llullvr. ll. llaulsc-ll. C. SlLllAl?lll'li, lWlllllLlgL'l'lxl.A201112
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E. Lopke, J. Kenny, R. Green, G. Andrews, D. White, R. Bulger. ROW 2: F. Campion, L. Greenhalgh, D. King, L. Lane, D. Parker,
L. Avery, W. Greenhalgh. ROW 3: D, Pierson, K. Cramer, J, Epstein, R. Green, J. Billet, R. Singer, R. Petrush. ROW 4: Manager
P. Finklestein, Coach Sid Stock.
Captain Jim Billet does it again as the Cross Country team moves on.
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ROW I: R. Singn-r, ,l. Hill:-l, IJ. King, W. T1-rry, D. Lott, D. Phipps, K. Crannis, R. Gifford, D. Pierson, W. Wood. ROW 2: F.
Wnllwr, S. linln-rl-, ,I. lip-In-in. ,l. flnrnick, lf. Swain. .l. Lilts, D. Whit:-, ll. Ross, J. Schrvck, J. Peters, S. Mahon. ROW 3: M. Conant. D.
Hurry. ,I. Nlwr-, li. Huy:-r, ll. Nlxu-Qm-1-n, 'I'. SII'UlllN'. D. Bryant, J. 0'Hara. W. Jvnnings, D. Ruddc-r. ROW 4: A. Plynmlv. D. Webb, R,
NI:-yf-rs, Il, Ilryxnn, Il. 'l'nrn:-r. V. Angf-lu, K. Stanton, R. Rush, D. liullrnan. ROW fl-: H. Williams, R. Hcrnon, L. Rozcllf-, D. Plew,
VV, W"lDlilIXV1lTfll, D. lnfzunlinv.
W1-ndy Terry IlPl'd wv say more'
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The Rifle Team, under
the direction of Mr. John
Maybee, has more than
extended its fine reputation
by defeating opponents in
the twelve matches it has
had thus far this year.
Phipps, C. Pritchard,
Pulver, W. Terry, K.
KUW l: Nl. liuvlu-II, J. Wilson, C. Vzlndvrlmilt. T. Swain, R. Dinglelwrry, E. 0'Hara, K. Russel, C. Wagner. ROW 2: J. Kenney
Il, ,loin-5, li. 'l'uylor, F. Moy:-r, N. ifaunpln-ll, J. Rounds. J. Cavazzi.Al1S1-nt: D, Dralxo.
HUW lg S. Sing:-r, l'rm-siqlviitg ll. Ili-islvr, Se-ers-tary: K. Milclloll, Tre-aisurvr. ROW 2: J, Hix. M. Duffy, T. Rislicl, P. livrnadt, C.
gl4'llIlllIll, S. llnllu-y, M. ffrow:-ll, I.. Randall. M. Rc-inliurt, L. Cllupman, S. Upp. S. Peursull. ROW 3: C. Brimmvr. M. Spohn, V.
lllaippm-r, 'I'. Sm-liulfvrt. J. llaill, ll. Bowvn, J. Grannis, S. Mulllollcnlf. Mille-r. l'. Svunlin. ROW 4: D. Culdvnscllull. S. Tilton, S. M
irali, l', l'osI, S. lrving, J. ,lllllllSlIH, S. llllllll, 5. Joinn-r, S. Foley, N. Trout, J, Early. ROW 5: C. McDonough, M. Clupper, J.
llowzirml, N. tiriiflius, J. lVlK'SSl'fSIIlllll, B. Munson, B. Crooks, C. Moorc, S. Kimble-. ll. Clwncy, C. Mcakvr, T, Bvnzclcwski. ROW 6:
'L limi:-oiii, Nl. Slorldurml. G. llilI'l1l'S, l'. Sarvcy. l'. Davidson, E. Bogart, A. Allyn, S. Fisln-r, B. House. C. Johnson. L. Crauner.
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