Mary W Muldoon Junior High School - Carcajou Yearbook (Waverly, NY)

 - Class of 1955

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O w of0 o Oo D o O i Jim Drake - basketball coach at Kentucky June Walker - gym teacher Carl Terwilliger - future manager of the Dodgers Clint Tracy - bathing suit designer Joyce Halstead - farmer's wife Jim Walker - chef of Walker's restaurant Beverly Brown - hairdresser Charles Waslelewski - future sheriff of Tioga County Sara Banzhof - housewife Richard Arnold - trapper Nancy Clark - coach of a girls' basketball team Gilbert Acorn - barber Rita Carnrike - elevator operator John Brennan - men's ice skating champion Bob Estes - author Norma Young - airline hostess John Boston - engineer on the Erie R.R. Fern Winslow - waitress John Dailey - movie star Edward Corbin - wrestler Sylvia Becker - author of children's poems Shirley Barber - kindergarten teacher Mike Leary - Olympic champion Sue Dobberstein - grocery store owner Bill Dixon - radio announcer Ray Sisson - airplane pilot Tom Temple - mechanic Dan Halton - future president of the U.S.A Norman Card - stock car racer Bob Hamel - future pie eating champion 27 Class Will expression. Pe Slndonl leaves her 'gum- craclL1.ng" ski l to some th grader. Howard Q Palmer leaves his party-giving skill to an 8th grader with a barn. Ernest Foster leaves his w1tty?? remarks to Tom Lincoln. Ted Dhuy leaves his romantic technique in English class. Bonnie Compton leaves her post as Student Coun- cil President to some deserving 8th grader. 5'-l Jackie Greenfield leaves her sweet nature to Sandra Connors. Clinton Trac leaves his crazy ideas to B1 Gena. Marian Ross leaves her cheerleading ability to any Eth grader with as much bouncing energy. David Andrus leaves his interest in girls to Jim OiBr1en. Ro r Martin leaves his high marks to a needy grader. Shar 1 Shoemaker leaves her skill in writing 'Cup d s orner o a romantic- minded 8th grader. Ka Saunders leaves her latest tap routine to Donna Bennett. Jane Edgy leaves her saxop one and 1 s accompany- ing troubles to Dick Lawrence. Sue Russo l can't make up her mind to leave Mr. Burke happily or with regret. Dan Halton and Bill Brown leave their precious battered tuba to any 8th grader with a lot of wind. Ka Ste hens Ieaves her French book to anyone who likes to study. Gu Schamel leaves his devilis ess to John Rynone. Jane Mannln leaves her sweet persona y o ay Dunfee. Bob Williams leaves his wavy hair o ry ussell. Raymond Sisson leaves his shynese to John Boyle. Dawn Cortright leaves her mixing bowl to Peggy Tracy. John Moro leaves his Job as treasurer of Latin Club to a money-minded 8th grader. Joe Motea leaves his artistic ability to Judy Bracken. Pat Oakley leaves French class g adly. Bob Sutherland leaves his freckles to Joe Fravel. Bob Estes leaves his wise cracks to Bill Ransom. Sharon Scott leaves her needle and thread to Lenora Clupper. Dick Bartlett leaves his trumpet to Mike 0'Br1en. Tassy Pallas takes every- thing with him. Nano Clark leaves her fingernails to Allien Johnson. Sue Dobberstein leaves her friend y c rm to Eileen Paul. Tom Medi an leaves his ability to talk his way out of tight spots to Chuck Medalie. Mary u ver eaves her big smile to Sherrol Winslow. Mary Shay leaves her giggle to Peggy Liguori. Delores Thresher Just leaves her broken ones because nobody wants them. John Hallett leaves his bass drum to gather dust in the music room. Alice Johnston leaves her note-writing skill to Lyn Cacchione. Arthur McEwen leaves his cartoons hanging in the Art room. Phyllis Rice leaves her favorite earrings to Betty Foster. James Smith leaves his bobby pin to Jim Leahy. Jugy Rimbey leaves. Beth Schoo leaves Her flirtatious eyes to Mary Randall. Kenneth Da leaves his turtle- nec s ir s to Benny Green. Beverl Brown leaves her red ir to at Dimon. Charles Mont omer leaves his blond hair to Phil ostic. Patricia Petre leaves her homeroom seat to at Sovinsky. Jon Lincoln leaves his basketba 1 position to Frank Slndoni. Carl Terwilli er leaves f26X in Eysterics. Carol Robbins leaves her long hair to Roberta napp. usan Dailey leaves her bangs to Pat Hodge. Gilbert Acorn leaves his height to Ronald Dean. Jeanne Root, Judy Elston and Jayco Halstead leave their seats. Joseph Nemeth leaves h1s"battered homeroom seat to Ed occo. Charles Wasielewski leaves his horn-rimmed glasses to anyone who needs them. Sue Rimbe leaves her Sayre boys to Linda Donahue. Marilyn Kimber leaves her history seat o Marie Swartwood. Tom Temple leaves his Job as pivot to Eugene Spicer. Nelson Houston leaves his accordion to anyone able to play it. Gregory Hurlbut leaves his home room seat to Wayne Waxman. Jim Gay leaves his pink shirt to John Gibbs. Phil Hunsinger leaves his engaging grin to Chip Caulum. Jim Drake leaves his bubble gum to Bill McNeal. Bill Dixon leaves his blank expressions to John Strange. Bob Courtri ht leaves his studious look to Kent Tappan. John Brennan leaves his cute blue to Charles Jayne. Jean Luce leaves all her boy friends to Ada Davis. in s 42 Nancy Henson leaves Mr. England with a relieved I Q 6 28 -w'2.w--N 'Wai an -A Niall , -' w-. 'WS www"-M' 'E' . 49613 ,f""'. 'ft 2. 9'5" R - 1, meg - ,du ....,-3, .9 -Xe. - 1 - . R-'tu Q IK? .Yxglf W 1 uv' 'SWK .4 .QF 'VX 'L'-4 125255 24 Ifgfwgs ' 'fs-. me-'ees 1 --any "'?m.:ib di - .wmqhls :gf-+,'?'r9q?g.'l'?,5""'5e '1Y'iii.5:.'n3'fgh'!2A'E.9',g 5. 17' """fv?5g:v:El-:.. - .- 1 drag it - 5 2:-sf.. ' ,'3 A 4'. -1.w S3 s. gg 4 1".eg'l' ,."' FM f. -A -' 'MA gwwagg NEG-.QQF .,. li . . .Eff James Whittaker, Joseph Fravel, Mr. Vale S. Kay Lewis, Mary Dunfee Q p ,H 'W N, Home Room 22 lst row - Bonnie Annabel, Donna Bennett, Doris Soper, Beverly Anderson, B- Jean Compton, Joan Richards, Betty Barton, Yolanda Soper, Lenora Clupper, Sandra Connors 2nd row - Lyn Cacchione, Ann Cortright, Juliabelle Bracken, Linda Backer, Beverly Ben- nett Judith Cole, Mamie Campbell, Antoinette Condame, Carol Baker, Mr. Vale 3rd row - Edward Cocco, Richard Bean, Dean Anderson, Lindus Caulum, Harry Armbruster, Ted Harding, George Bartlett, Daniel Albertson, John Boyle, Philip Costic, Nicholas Casclo lst row Home Room 20 Roberta Knapp, Mary Dunfee, Ada Davis, Allien Johnson, Della Hutchinson, Carol Fuller Gladys Krishock, Patricia Hodge, Linda Donahue, Betty Foster Reginald Barnett, Roger George, Patricia Dimon, Martha Johnson, Mary Doan, agdrgy Donnelly, Geraldine Tobey, Emogene Hibbard, Robert Heath, Thomas Foley, . reene William GBUS, B6HJam1n Green, Gary Hatch, David Coyle, Ronald Dean, John Cum- mings, John Donnelly, John Gibbs, Joseph Fravel, Charles Jayne lst row - 2nd row - 3rd row - ' Home Room 24 Donna Lincoln, Margaret Liguorl, S. Kay Lewis, Mary Randall, June Walker Elsie Thomas, H th Schwartz, Eileen Motsay, irginia Layer, Catherine Maslln, Virginia Palumbo Richard Rockwell, Stanley Schneider, Thomas Lincoln, Allan MacDougal1, Lee Rip- ley, Nora Paul Cora Ryder, John Ryncne, James Leahy, Walter Robbins, Edward Korgan, Mrs. Shamot Michael O'Brien, James O'Br1en, Carl Morton, Rodney LaFr1tz, Gary Russell, William Ransom, Robert Rynone, Edward Odell, Charles Medalie, Richard Lawrence, John Porter, William McNeal lst row 2nd row 3rd row Home Room 26 - Mar aret Tracy Patricia Sovlnsky, Marie Swartwood, Sherrol Winslow, Patricia S west, Deanne Sager, Kay Zdon, Sandra Searfcss, Delores Wolfe, Barbara Westbrook, Charlene Tobey William Talada, Frank VanNorman, Edward Vogle, Dale Tracy, Kent Tappan, James Sindoni, James Whittaker, Gerald Shipman, Dale Sisaon, Raymond Strange, Mrs. Cummings George Thomas Wayne Waxman, Eugene Spicer, William Weaver, Frank Wilson, Robert Scott, Charles VanDusen, John Strange, Donald Stedge, Frank Slndoni , 31 'Ng Jeffrey M1 llerd, Eri c Peteron, Mp. Tyrrell 32 , Edmund Burke, James Dennis X V Home Room ll let row - Marilyn Laman Patricia Kelly, Nancy Keiffer, Allene Hull, Barbara Madigan, Sue Everett, Rose McGee, Mary Martin, Gail Hatch, Rita Lockwood 2nd row - Jerry Lattimer, Gary Evans, John Jones, James Fitzgerald, Donna Madigan, Beverly Keene, Betty Lattimer, Darby MaoNaughton, illlam Fraley, Richard Kor- gan, Thomas Shaffer 3rd row - Robert Lewis, Robert Hallett, James Kinney, James Johnson, Edward Lowman, Palmer Granger, Ronald Lattimer, Charles Kellogg, Miles Keene, Rudolph Hoppe, Phillip George lst row 2nd row 3rd row Home Room 10 Shirley Capwell, Ellen Daly, Evalina Carnrike, Beverly Besteder, Charlotte Bennett, Patricia Cary, Bonnie Brewer, Janet Casterline, Linda Donahue, Diane Dunfee, Elizabeth Anderson Richard Lattimer, Robert Brown, Charles Belles, Edward Decatur, Jean Armbrust Richard Boroff, A. Preston McGee, Charles Slater, Gary Johnson, Mrs. Snyder John Allen, John Drake, Warren Beach, James Dennis, William Dixon, Richard Decatur, David Barton, Donald Acorn, Richard Dixson, Edward Hathaway, Edmund Burke 33 81' In Home Room 23 lst row - Geraldine Seidel, Dawn Sindoni, Gloria VanSkiver, Sandra Taylor, Virginia Washburn, Donna Stedge, Ann Soprano, Jeanne Warren, Suzanna Walker 2nd row - Roger Underhill, Robert Winslow, Elizabeth VanDerPool, Gail Wrench, Betty Wood, Carolyn Spicer, Lindsay Smith, Lewis Williams, Richard Souls, Mrs. Stanford 3rd row - Burton Thomas, Francis Winslow, Richard Travis, William Soper, James Sherman, John Ward, Cyril Vergason, Barry Weinstein, Richard Tighe, George Stedge, Ernest Taska Home Room 21 lst row - Ann O'Br1en, Mary McGrade, Sylvia Park, Joann McGruder Carol Ransom, Jeanne Presher, Gwendolyn Narbeth, Mildred Morgan, Charlotte Robbins 2nd row - Ralph Porter, Jacqueline Mulligan, Ruth Schneider, Jeanne Miller, Sandra Millard, Iila Rolls, Jan Montgomery, Labsrta McGruder, Mary Robbins, Betty Robbins, Miss Russell 3rd row - John Parker, Charles Reynolds, Michael Schamel, John Richards, Wayne Sager, James Pringi, Jerry Mosier, Eric Peterson, Jeffrey Millard, Gerald Price, Dennis Ro e 34 . Wendy MacNeughton Janet Manning Mrs. Miller Lynn Rea Gary Barringer Home Room 17 let row - Shirley Perry, Ellen Peterson, Kathleen 0'Br1en Gloria Moore, Shirley Rea, Carol Salsberry, Carole Moore, Linda Pork, Kathleen Murphy 2nd row - Naomi Johnston, Arthur Robinson, Robert Ookerman, Michael Nolan, Carl McMillan, Donald Nichole, John Miller, William Nero, Lynn Bea, Thomas Moore, Orval Molyneaux, Rita Rimbey 3rd row - Raymond Penncyer, Larry Petrey, William Miller, J. Michael McMahon, Michael McEwen, Richard Nuabaum, Terry Mathews, John Motsay, Mrs. Miller Home Room 13 C lst row - Marcia Ellis, Zella Dynes, Sharon Fox, Anna Clark, Constance Chrysler, Carol Chrysler, Joyce Caaterline, Mary Devine, Alice Burke, Georgieann Smith 2nd row - John Buatln, Gary Barrlnger, Sharon Crocker, Nancy Capwell, Dorothy Clark, Donna-Marie Dixson, Kathleen Downs, JoAnn Bennett, Barbara Greene, John Uhl 3rd row - William Drake, Gerald Brown, Richard Dixon, Grayson Burlingame, James Bolonda Gerald Chilson, Kenneth Draper, Richard Dove, Ronald Bush, Norman Chandler, Francis Alamo, Mrs. Wright 36 ' w , 3 11-11- Hcme Room 18 lst row - Helen Spicer, Belinda VanNorman, Lena Wilson, Ellen Shay, Cheryl Taylor, Harriet Westbrook Janet Tichenor, Linda Mills S. 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