Naples Central High School - Neapolitan Yearbook (Naples, NY)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1956 volume:
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When we sing our Alma lvlaTer we Thinlc oT Naples, iTs valley, The surrounding
hills, and The parT +ha+ each has played in The lives oT The sTudenTs and OT our school.
Cur Alma MaTer also sings oT The role ThaT our school has played in The lives
oT each oT us. The Board oT EducaTion, adminisTraTion, and TaculTy have guided us
Through our TorrnaTive years, and have shown us how To do a iob and To do iT well.
Along wiTh This They are our Triends and advisers. They help and encourage us To
Take on The re-sponsibiliTies ThaT The educaTional organizaTions oTTer.
Too, Alma IvlaTer sings oT sporTs and sTudenTs enjoying TogeTher her many
acTiviTies l:noTh in worlc and play.
Malce her maple-s
Quiver wirh our cheer.
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MATER sir lhe Valle
Viclory is near!
Keep The Green and While advancing
Lei our colors fly:
So we'll honor Alma Maier,
Dear old Naples l-ligh.
Tally one for her.
Cul anolher nolch for Naples
Lei us noi defer.
For her honor
We are slriving,
l-ler we'll glorify.
Shoul aloud for Alma Maier
Dear old Naples High.
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Yes, we will honor our Alma Maier.
And rnosl ol all we'll honor ils lacully.
By our accomplishmenls and deeds in
our laler life we can repay lhem for
lheir palience, guidance and The high
goals lhey sel' for us. Lei us resolve To
use whal lhey laugh? us for lhe boiler-
menl of mankind. Whal grealer reward
coulcllwe give lhem?
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Mr. Koby, Mr. Landino, Mr. Perry, Mr. Standish, Mr. Bassett, Mr. Sears, Mr. I-lowse.
The labors ol our BOARD OF EDUCATION are greatly appreciated by students and faculty.
These rnen qive ot their time to solve the many and varied administration problems. Many thanlcs
for a job well donel
Jane, with her pleasing personality and etlicient ways, has become
a friend and helper to every student and organization.
The ADMINISTRATION 'Iackles fhe job of
running fhe school . .
The job ot leading our school falls on the shoulders of Mr.
yyy, Thomas. our capable and efficient principal.
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The Senior Class advisers Mrs Morse and Mr Moore discuss with Whenever we dont feel up to par Mrs McKenna
M or and D Danaher the itinerary that the class will tollow on their is the one who cures our aches and pains
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Junior High Junior High Junior High General Math and
"Are these answers right, Miss
Sanders?" This is only one ot the
questions going through these seventh
graders' minds during their math class.
These pleasant looks from our Future Farmers seem to express
the knowledge that they are gaining through their discussion with
Mr. Miller and Mr. Schick practice spelling words with
the junior high students who participated in the county
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our second parenfs.
Grade' Mrs. Rreserwbergor, Fsurtrw Grade.
'-' .. Uwrrrag, Fm! Grade' Mrs. Grbbous, Kmderqarien: Mrs. Lyon,
Frr.,1 larado' Mrs. W,dmcv', Kmderqartem.
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First Row: P. Chapman, J, Jones, R. Konz, Mr. l-lunt, Mrs. Frederick, P. Gray, P. Cornish, A.
Scheeren. S. Randall, E. Joseph, A, Eichberger. Second Row: J. Schenlc. D. Reed, K. Tietgen, P.
McPhee, C. Seeger, J. Williams, E. Graff, G. Strong, J. Reed, L. Schwingle, V. Seager, M.
Acomb, W. Jennings, B. Burd, J. Richards, T. Olney, J. Chapman, D. King.
We admire our STUDENT COUNCIL
Our Sfudenl Council members represenl every
phase of school life. They are our friends, whose
iudgemenl we have learned lo lrusl and respecl.
Through lhe Council our sludenls have al-
Tained a slandard ol sludenl governmenl which
helps rhem To lalce responsibiliries and promole such
proiecls as The monilor syslem, sponsored by rhis
The Council members are nor only rhe leaders
of The school buf also helpers whenever The need
arises. They are always on hand lo help in emer-
gencies and are willing To slep in on shorl nolice.
P. Gray, Secretary: P. Chapman, Corresponding
Secreiaryq J. Jones, Vic 2-President: A. Scheeren
Parliamentarianq R. Konz, President: P. Cornish
First Row: J. Pridmore, E
Graff. R. Hoose, D. Dana
her, M. Howse, J. Reed
Mrs. Gray. Second Row: J
Pridmore, B. Burd, B. Orr
G. Moore, B. Reed. D
Wheat. M. Randall, B
Hawkins, K. Conrad, D
Acomb, A. Scheeren, Mr
And respecf our HONOR SOCIETY
Membership in NaTional I-lonor SocieTy is The
mosT coveTed honor a sTudenT oT our school can
receive. The Naples CenTral School ChapTer was
organized in l95l buT IT already holds a high place
in The minds of all oT us.
The qualiTicaTions Tor membership are characTer,
leadership, scholarship, service and an average of
aT IeasT 851. This year sTudenTs Trom I-Iaverling
I-Iigh School inducTed our new members.
The I-Ionor SocieTy doesn'T have many acTiviTies
buT iTs members are always ready To lend a helping
hand here and There wherever iT is needed. They
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Pridmore, D. Danaher, M. I-Iowse, A. Scheeren.
A. Scheeren, Vice-President: J. Pridmore. President: D.
acTed as guides Tor The Career Day pro-
gram held aT our school This year.
ln These smiling Taces a glimpse of
Tomorrow's leaders may be seen.
R. Harris, C. Kapins, R. Middlebroolc and J. Pridmore
listen to J. Jones as she explains the lay-outs Tor the paper.
Weekly deadlines keep
The News STaTT has been The liTe line beTween
The school and The people oT The surrounding com-
muniTies. Every weelc The sTaTT reporTs a Tull page
of school news in "The Naples Record." AT The
same Time The sTaTT publishes "The Tower TaTTler,"
B. Orr, Art Editor of News Staff shows J. Brand
how to put the headlines on the cover page.
NEWS STAFF busy.
our school paper. This year phofographs have been
used Tor The TirsT Time. The newly esTablished jour--
nalism class, under The supervision oT Mrs. Dean,
is helping To Train sTaTT members Tor Their reporTing
Typing Editor P. Horan
with assistants S. Randall
and R. l-loose are working
on stencils for the "Tower
Tattler," our school paper.
First Row: B. Burd, C, Kapins, C. Denome, S. Colf, J. Pridmore,
A. Eichberger. Second Row: F. Mansfield, S. Randall, P.
Horan, J. Jones, R. l-loose, Mrs. Dean, B. Orr, N. Fox. Third
Row: R. Harris, J. LuTTrnan, P. Cornish, D. Duclos, A.
Merlclinger, B. Bodine, M. Howse, G. Scott, P. Gray. J.
Brand, R. Middlebroolc, M. Lyon, E.Gra1'T.
J. Graff, G, Scott, and A, Sgheeren are busy drawing J. Pridmore, E. Joseph, and P. Smith are drumming up
up the lay-outs for the yearbook. an ad from Mrs. Lyon.
Our Alma Maier urges us fo do our besr in every phase of our
school life, where our yearbook caplures in picrures and words every
phase of our school life and spirif.
The slarcl has been under 'rhe parienl guidance of Mrs. Gray,
who has always advised us and shown us how we could berler our
First Row: D. Reed, A. Hawkins, J. Richards, L. Bills. Second Row: W. Watkins, J.
Williams, R. Middlebrook, D. Duclos, S. Randall, B. Wells, N. Tilley, B. Tilley,
First Row: B. Drake, N, Fox
Second Row: E. Joseph, B. Orr
J. Pridmore, G. Moore, J
Jones, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Dean
Third Rowz, J. Pridmore, J
Graff, A. Eichberger, R. Hoose
A. Scheeren, B, Burd, P. Corn-
ish, E. Graff, P. Horan, P
Smith, G. Scott. B. Hawkins
E. Graff, J. Pridmore, B. Hawkins are choos
ing pictures that will be used for yearbook
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A. Scheeren, President, holds a conference with the other otlicers ot
the band, R. Konz, Student Council Representative, J. Pridmore, Treasurer
and E. Joseph. Vice-President.,
First Row: M. Morse. N. Eckert, P. Watkins, S. Rennoldson, B
Conrad, S. Harrington, S. Merklinger, P. Brown, L. Sargent, C
Fox, B. Wells, R. Pridmore, D. Wheat, M. Schlegel, C. Graves,
E. Cornish, G. Eckert, J. Pridmore, L. Dillon. Second Row
G. Lincoln, J. Phillips, J. Richards, M. Hawks, G. Moore, J
Brahm, R. Cornish, B. Standish, J. Swingle, R. Docteur, C. Wid
in constant practice
Here is the Naples Band. When a
new score is introduced to this organi-
zation the halls ring with a combination
ot pleasant harmony and weird dischord.
As time progresses the tormer reigns
and what was once a taltering and
vague melody evolves into a work ot
music tit tor the acclaim ot any concert
audience. Thanks to Mr. Moore.
mer, P. Cleveland, E. Joseph, B. Bodine, S. Hoose, N. Guile, B.
Treadwell, J. Chapman, F. Domm, J. Gratt. Third Row: P. Corn-
ish, L. Fisher, R. Konz, J. Rectenwald, W. Jennings, l-l. Harbison,
R. Joseph, L. Fisher, Mr. Moore, G. Strong, H. Fleischman, A.
Scheeren, S. Randall, F. Jennings, L. Pulver, F. Merklinger, J.
Stattord, S. Fox.
and scales keep our
JUNIOR BAND busy
These, lhe midgels ol music, are lo be congralulaled for
'rheir parlicipalion in iunior band. When a young sfudenl begins
sludy on an inslrumenl he needs more lhan iusl lhe desire lo
play. He musl have a slrong delerminalion lo progress lo The
ullimare musical goal in high school, lhe senior band. The slu-
denls, piclured here, have rhal delerminalion. Wilhoul il, few
would have reached The junior band level. ln a lew years +hey'll
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be silling lall and proud in lhe senior band chairs lhey so well 9 '
deserve wi+h days of dilficull praclice behind lhem, years of
. . , MR. HAROLD MOORE
musical enioymenl' ahead. Director
First Row: R. Sargent, G. Merlclinger, T. Chapman, A. Corey. Sec- W. Chapman, C. Morse, K. Potter, D. Heath, A. Pulver Fourih
ond Row: K. Landino, B. Schwingel, K. Deusenbery, K. Hawlcs, J. Row: C. Jerome, R. Woodard, L. Pulver, N. Pulver, S Mo
Collins, J. Sargent, A. Bush, N. Harrington, R. Brand, L. Fox, L. Reed, C. Misel, R. Donley, R. Strong, B. Clawson, N Sn er
J. lppolito, M. Wallcer, D. Wells, C. Clark. Third Row: C. J. French, E. Stewart, D, Phillips, B. Rennoldson, S Pridmore
Wheaton, H. Shepherd, W. Perry, W. Pressler, M. Adams, R. S. Harbison.
Hoag, C. Wilson, L. Bailey, R. Hanggi, W. Warner, G. King,
Joan, Jackie, Jerry and Gene direct traTTic between classes
The moniTors, who are represenTaTives OT our STu-
denT Council, were organized in an aTTempT To puT
more responsibiliTy on The shoulders oT The sTudenT
body. These sTudenTs help in The halls, assemblies
and special evenTs. The success oT This sysTem Though
To The sTudenTs and The a ain proved Them
is up y g -
selves by co-operaTing compleTeIy wiTh The moniTors.
F. Jennings, L, Fisher, fx. Merklinger, and A. T-langgi.
The visual aides should noT go by unnoTiced.
They have given Their Time To learn The operaTions
oT our school Tilm proiecTors. Since a maior parT oT
Today's educaTional process is supplemenTed wiTh
Tilms, The iob oT The visual aide is essenTial. To
Them goes a well earned voTe oT Thanlcs.
This club consisTs OT volunTeers who help Miss Shay, our librarian. Their duTies
are To slip and shelve books, checlc new magazines and keep The library in order.
lT also sponsors a greaTer inTeresT among pupils and Teachers in The use OT boolcs
and oTher library maTerials To have improved library service.
First Row: R. Woodard, V. McNamara, J. Phillips, R. Harris, M. Shay, O. Harris, L. Fox, S. Merlclinger, C. Graves, M. Gibbous,
Mansfield, N. Eckert, N. Chadwick. Second Row: B. Clawson, J. R. Donley, C. Misel.
Haight J. Sargent, N. Wallcer, J. Hughrier, M. Acomb, Miss
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Some sit. some chat, but most dance to the irresistible music
Musicians and dancers get into the swing of "The OI
A large crowd gathers at the punch bowl, Tor the pause that
The lovely queen with her crown of
roses and the ladies of her court
reign over the dance.
A humorous tale brings a chuglcle T
from the members of the head table, X
ln keeping wiTh The spiriT and TradiTion oT our
Alma MaTer, The Junior Class prese-nTed as Their Prom,
"The Old SouTh."
Wifh The dreamy music OT The "George Tell Quin-
TeTTe," playing in The background The couples Tound
Themselves dancing on The veranda oT a romanTic
souThern planTaTion near'The banlcs oT The Mississippi
River. "The PlanTaTion," a river sTeamboaT, was
nesTled aT The docks on The willow-covered river banlcs.
The climax of the play came when
Shalimar, taced with either cleaning the
school tor a month or open confession,
chose the latter and said she framed
Pamela by planting the money in her
Buzz Bailey gets ready to clobber Ronald Sassoon tor
trying to horn in on his romance with Pamela Jones when
Mr. Ames makes a timely entrance.
Miss Goodin . . . Mathematics teacher: not as mean as she seems: 50-
Mrs. Clendenning .
. . Science teacher: plump: sensitive to heat: 40-
Miss Ogilvie . . . English teacher and DRAMA coach: about 35-Marian
Mr. Harper . . . l-listory teacher: middle-aged and a confirmed bachelor-
Coach Guthrie . . .
Mr. Lundquist . . .
breezy, congenial: about 25-Bob McClelland.
long-suttering, ambitious principal: nearing 50-David
Pamela Jones . . . capable, conscientious, well-liked: 17-Pat Gray.
"Buzz" Bailey . . . Pamelas boytriend-with more freckles than brains-
Shalimar Ames . . .
a trouble-maker: good-looking: overindulqed-Anne
With Faversham Lightly looking on,
Mrs. Ratchet pointedly tells acting
principal, Pamela Jones, that Mr. Tok
has taken "me bucket."
J. Briglin, stage manager: N. Tilley,
makeup committee: Mrs, Dean, ad-
viier: G. Moore, costume committee
S. Randall, publicity committee: M
Randall, student director: B. Drake
property committee: R. l-loose. book
holder: J, Pridmore, property commit
tee: W. Watkins, property commit
"Midge" Murphy . .
Faversham Lightly , .
Tallulah Ploetz . . .
Ronald Sassoon . .
. fond ot rumors and bubble gum: lb-Frances Mans
.a freshman: siow and sleepy-Paul Smith.
the high school's gitt to the The-ah-ter: I8-Sheila
. handsome, over-contident basketball star: l8-Al
Miss Dill . . . school secretary: acidulous etticient and 30-Pat Cornish
"Tick" Tok . . . The Napoleonic janitor-Bill Steinmetz.
Mrs. Ratchet . . , the cleaning woman: slovenly, shrewish-Jackie Jones
Elmer B. Ames . .
. Shalimar's father: a paunchy, pompous attorney-
FUTURE First Row: D. Schutz, W. Steinmetz, D.'Wright, W. Bodine. Second Row: R. Connor, C. Fox, P. Smith,
FARMERS OF R. McClelland, A. Merlclinger, Mr. Schultz. Third Row: D. Schutz, L. Evarts, E. Latler, M. Bodine, A.
AMERICA Richards, R. Fox, R. Worden, L. Schutz, F. Merlclinger. Fourth Row: N. For, B. Daggett, J. Frnnfis,
F. Jennings, R. Tenney, R. Evarts, R, Dillon, W. Standish. W, McClelland, W. Borden, l, Wallzer,
Through practice and projects our FUTURE FARMERS learn.
Seated: C. Fox, President: A. Merlclinger, Student Council. Standing: W.
Steinmetz, Sentinel: P. Smith, Treasurer: R. McClelland, Secretary: W,
Bodine, Reporter: D. Wright, Vice-President: Mr. Schultz, Adviser.
The purpose ot the Future Farmers ot
America is to practice brotherhood, honor
rural opportunities and responsibilities and
to develop those qualities which a Future
Farmer should possess.
Each year the F.F.A. enters in sports with
other F.F.A. Clubs. ln the winter we play
basketball and in the spring sottball.
During the year our club has money-
malcing projects, Some ot these activities
are F.F.A. Fair, F.F.A. and F.l-l.A. Dance,
seed selling, and Father and Son Banquet.
Several ot the members raise pheasants to
With our money we buy new sports
equipment, have parties, go to see baslcet-
ball games in Rochester, and this year we
helped to buy new F.F.A. iaclcets tor our
members. We also made a contribution to
the F.F.A. Camp in the.Adirondaclc Moun-
tains. This spring we are planning to start
a crop demonstration.
We teel that we have had a very suc-
First Row: G. Moore, F. Mansfield, S. Randall, B. Bartholomew, S. Lafler. Second ROW: Mrs. Seeger, FUTURE
B. Tilley, J. Pridrnore, R. Middlebraok, W. Watkins, N. Tilley. Third Row: P. Watkins, B. Reed, D. HOMEMAKERS OF
Reed, L. Haitz, R, Harris, M, Mueller, D. Pulyer. AMERICA
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS face fhe fufure wifh courage and hope.
In November fhe F.l-l.A. had a Mofher
and Daughfer Banquef wifh fhe program
consisfing of fhe inifiafion of five new
members. In December we profifed by
having a bake sale. We joined forces wifh
fhe F.F.A. and sponsored a round and
square dance in April. A liffle lafer we
helped fhe FFA. puf on fheir annual
banquef. The firsf parf of June saw us
giving our own fashion show. We were our
own models, modeling fhe fashions we had
made in our homemaking classes. A suc-
cessful year was complefed by fhe elecfion
of a new slafe of officers for nexf year.
J. Pridrnore, President: W. Watkins, Secretary: S. Lafler, Corresponding
Secretary: B. Tilley, Treasurer: R. Middlebrook, Vice-Presideni: Mrs. Seeger,
r. Wohlschleqel, our monitor, helps a little boy
Dessert coming up, as mothers and sophomores
Our Sportsmanship Club and its "Snitchin'l
adviser Mr. Clarlc, taste the
Queen Pat and King AI with their
Members ot yearbook
give "The Neapolitan"
once over ag in at
court at the Senior Ball
Our fifth grade presented a Christ
mas pageant, "The Littlest Angel.
' f le!! -was
First Row: Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Cornish,
Mrs. Miller. Second Row: Mrs. Clawson,
Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Dinzler.
As The kniTe breaks The golden
brown crusT OT The pie, The caTe-
Teria help Thinks back over The
duTies OT The day: The hard work
oT preparing The lunch served To
The hungry sTudenTs, and oT puT-
Ting Things in readiness Tor anoTher
round OT same.
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School help means service.
A greaT deal ol serious consid-
eraTion was given To The qualifica-
Tions oT These men beTore They
were accepTed as our bus drivers.
Firsi Row: E. Herrick, G. Blanchard, C.
Bush. Second Row: L. Gibbous, B. Claw-
son, M. Chapman, S, Lyon, A. Eldred, F.
Our reliable cusTodians Take a
mid-morning break Trom Their
many and varied duTies, To have
a liTTle "gabTesT." Their eFForTs
help To mainTain our school's ap-
P. Sweltz. C. Bush, C. Mayer, R. Prid-
more, T. Drake. C. Stewart.
The pride of Naples has always been
iis afhlefic record and 'rhe boys who
esfablish 'rhose records. The marlc of a
school is made by ils a+hle'res. May +he
green and while always wave proudly in
vicfory and defeal for no mailer whelher
you win or lose i+'s how you play fhe
game 'rhal counfs.
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zoregroundz J. Adams, Coach
Ilarlc, E. Joseph. First Row: D.
Danaher, L. Evarts, R. Eddy, S
Randall, V. Seager, R. Pridmore
Second Row: G. Joseph, J. Reed
E. Seager, A. Scheeren, R. Dillon
G. Fleischman. R. Konz, J. Star'
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Wilh a record ol wins and no deleals our baseball 'ream wenl inlo +he
finals +o slarl againsl Cuba. ln 'rhis game lhey were suppressed only afler five
exlra-innings of play.
First Row: G. Joseph, Coach Clark. Second Row: R. Konz, G. Fleischman, S, Randall, Third Row:
E. Joseph. D. Danaher, Harold Kennedy.
Our volleyball leam wenl To Canandaigua in lhe league lournamenl and were
lorlunale enough lo deleal every Team lhere. A+ Rochesler 'rhey look Three games
in a row and delealed Cohoclon in The finals.
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Our soccer Team wenT unconquered all Through The season and advanced
inTo The Tinals wiTh a clean slaTe. In This game They were deTeaTed by only one
poinT aT The hands of Pemfield.
First Row: D, Wright, V. Seager
L. Schwingle, R. Eddy. R. Prid
more, T. Olney. Second Row: L
Evarts, J. Adams, J. Stafford, J
Swingle, Coach Clarlc, W. Borden
R. Fox, S. Randall. Third Row: L
Fisher, R. Evarts, F. Jennings, E
Joseph, J. Strong, J. Reed, A
Scheeren. P. Cleveland, A. Hanggi
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First Row: V. Seeger, J. Adams,, D. Danaher, R. Konz, F. Jennings, G. Fleischman. Second Row: W.
McClelland, E. Joseph, S. Yacuzio, G. Joseph, E. Seager, R. McClelland, A. Scheeren. H. Kennedy.
Our Traclc Team broughT home The coveTed cup by deTeaTing The sTrong Phelps
Team by a one and a half poinT margin. The meeT was decided by a 440 relay race.
I, Iwwpll, R. Dull-Jn, C. Fox, J. Reed, Coac
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Clair Ward Russ
Although we lost our first game lu Phelps we were able E., , , QNQIL... leml game at Canandaigua agaunst
to come basl: in the second gums and deleul Um' arch H,,,g were reall, Wlmoping it up,
5 Rnilllnll, J, Stafford, D. Danaher, J
Hlnfm, W Bknden, R. Docteur, R. Konz
Qpponenfs Scores NCS
Red Jackef ..,.,,. 54
Vicfor ...... . . . 4l
Dansville . . . 45
Gorham . . . . . 39
Cliffon . . . . . 54
Middlesex , . . . '52
Phelps . . . . . . 67
Bloomfield ......., 44
Red Jackef ....... 4I
Honeoye . , . . , 70 l08
Vicfor .,,.,. , . . 38 70
Gorham . , . . . 52 79
l-loneoye . . ,. , 62 87
Cliffon . . . . , 49 66
Middlesex . . , 58 78
Phelps .... . . . 52 6l
Bloomfield . . . , . , 7l 68
Ovid .,... , . . 70 76
Cuba ..,.. , . , 46 57
Caledonia . . . 74 54
Again, fhis year, The varsify reached fhe playoffs.
The goal was a fhird sfraighf championship louf circum-
sfances beyond fheir confrol sfopped fhe vicfory march
ar fhe finals. Somefirnes when a feam doesn'f quife
make fhe fop fheir previous record is forgoffen. If is
nof fhaf way af Naples. We, fhe specfafors, know
how our boys can play and do nof lef one defeaf erase
The pride of pasf vicfories. As long as Naples lasfs
likewise may fhis spirif survive. Defeaf, fo a feam fhaf
has known if buf a few firnes, is a difficulf fhing fo
fake. The looys are winners in luofh cases.
While our varsiiy baskefball learn was on fhe floor
playing hard againsf fhe opponenfs, our cheerleaders
were on fhe sidelines woiking iusf as hard fo keep fhe
crowd's spirif up.
All fhrough 'rho season fhey
worked and piacficad on fhe old
favorife cheers and from firne fo
fime presenfed new .ind differenf
ones fo our sfu-:lenl lfody.
A greaf deal of the credif for
our winning feain and school spirif
should go fo ihese girls.
A. hiciubeiger, C. Olney, U, Wheat, P.
Gray, l' flia,n.ian,.
First Row: Mr. Hynes, T. Olney, V, Seeger, R. Pridmore, R. Angelo. Second
Row: L. Schwinqle, R. Lee, M. Bodine, l.. Fisher, R. Evarts.
J. V. Basketball
J. V. CHEERLEADERS
J. Graiil, E. Cornish, B. Jennings, S.
l-loose, M. Schlegel.
When one looks aT The varsiTy's record one wonders iusT
how long They will remain on Top. Then wiTh a loolc aT The Junior
VarsiTy's record There is no more wondering. The Junior VarsiTy,
barring a Tew deTeaTs which They swear were giTTs To The oTher
Team, have had an equally brighT season. WhaT They laclced in
finesse They made up in spiriT. Here is Truly maTerial Tor The sporl
Kidder, L. Hanggi.
First Row: Mr. Schultz, F. Me ger y D W gh
Merklinger, W. Standish, P. Sm th R Tenney Second Row L Walker D Schutz
. Bodine, L. Eyarts, R. Fox, A R herds W Mc a d F Jenn ngs R Mi:
W. Watkins, D. Duclos C. Ka ins, S.
Opponenls Scores NCS Opponenls Scores NCS
Canandaigua .... 26 66 Cohoclon Jun. Var. 34 40
Bloomfield ....... 83 Wayland Jun. Var. , ll 43
Wayland Varsily . 47 Wayland Varsily .. 22 34
V' ,land Jun. Var. 85 Phelps ..,...,,... 24 58
-2. ndaigua .,.. 7l Odessa ......,.,. 28 l32
L. oelon Jun. Var. 75 Penn Yan ... ... 35 6I
Bloomfield ....... 87 Odessa . . , . . 28 I I4
1955-56 SCORES -
Opponents Scores NCS
l-loneoye ..,. . ..... 46 58
Honeoye ...... ... 42 51
Honeoye Falls ... 29 69
Canandaigua . ... 29 56
Bloomfield ... ... 22 89
Rushville ,,. , 7 94
Phelps 5l 7l
Rushville , 4.. 15 98
Cohocton .. ... 30 67
l-loneoye ... ... 30 69
Cohocton ... l 3 55
Cohocton .. ... 26 62 ,
Canandaigua , ... 22 61
Wayland .. .., 28 80
Bloomfield ... ... 32 77
Prattsburg ... . ... 24 80
Honeoye Falls ,. ... 58 49
Phelps ...,... 19 47
Clifton ..,.. .. . 37 46
Dansville ... .... 20 60
Dansville ... .... 27 66
Wayland ... .,.. 27 72
Cur Naples Junior i-ligh team enjoyed a very successful
basketball season. The tirst game was played early in November
The team consisted of seventh and eighth graders along with
a few sixth graders. Stressing team-work in using zone and man-
tosman patterns, the boys won twenty-two out ot twenty-three
games from area schools. Although lacking in height, our boys
had too much speed and ability tor other teams.
Among the eighth graders Gary Seager was outstanding,
Howie Fleischman led the seventh graders and "Jake" Joseph
showed much promise as a sixth grader.
Our scrappy team averaged 70 points per game in com-
pleting a very successful season.
Furs Row C Clarlc R Joseph G Eckert K Tnetgen Mr Schick, W. Danaher, 5. Evarts, D. Donley, J. Brahm. H. Fleischman, R.
A Westbrook D Eddy R Schutz Second Row W Jennings, Cornish, l.. Fox, G.Seager, M. Schutz,T.Smith.
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When a senior class gracluafes There
is somelhing los+. Bul lhis loss is nor
noliced for long. H is Jrhe underclassmen
who move info rhe looors of The deparlr-
ing seniors. They are leff To carry on lhe
Naples lradilion, +o conlinue culling
Those nolches. A loolc af These under-
classmen is ample assurance +ha+ Naples
will conlinue fo advance.
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R. Fox, President: D. Duclos, Corresponding Secrelary: K. Con
rad, Vice-Presidenh B. Orr, Treasurer: C. Kapins. Secretary
The members of lhe JUNIOR CLASS have gradually
A bake sale slarled lhe pennies iingling inlo lhe
junior lreasury lollowed by a paper drive which
was inheriled lrom lhe seniors. More money soon
came rolling in wilh lhe pop sales.
ln February a spaghelli supper was helcl. The
girls and boys challenged each olher on lhe sale ol
lickels wilh losers planning a parly lor lhe winners.
The girls worked in lhe kilchen while lhe boys did a
line iob ol wailing on lable.
Jean Fisher, who relurned lo Naples lrom Ge-
neva, gave us a chance lo be recognized socially.
Jean won a gold wrisl walch and a lrip lo Chicago
lo allend lhe 4-l'l Club Congress. She look lhese
'l'aken on responsibilify.
as lirsl prize al lhe New York Slale 4-lll bread
making conlesl in Syracuse.
Our class rings arrived February 6 and il seemed
lo brighlen us up lor a lew days. These will be
some-lhing lhal we can keep lo remind us ol our
high school years al Naples Cenlral School.
The lradilion ol lhe Junior-Senior Banquel and
Junior Prom was carried oul on June l.
We owe much ol our success lo our newly elecl-
ed advisers lor lhe 55-56 season. lvlrs. Seager and
Mr. Clark have helped lo make our aclivilies a
success and we appreciale lheir guidance very
J, Fisher, center, demonstrates how to
make her award-winning Swedish tea
rings to W. Borden, P. Chapman, R. Dil-
lon. D. Acomb, B. Bartholomew, and P.
L. Watker, R. Dcctew, D. Wriqtnt and
R. Tenney ttwtize the tast mintte betcre
anncancsments to get ttwetr books tor
morning cwasses as E. Ftetscnman asks S.
Latter and D. Reed it ttwere was an as-
signment tcr nfstcry.
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W. Standwstw, B. Watts, G. Scott, P
Watkins, C. Wldmer, and B. Orr are
busy setectwng cards tor their class pro-
C. Denome buying pop at a basketball
game trom ner classmates E, Gratt, I..
Evarts, D. Dudes, K. Conrad, and R.
First Row: R. Angelo. A. Fox, R. Worden, R. Pridmore, V.
Seeger, M. Donley, P. McPhee. Second Row: Mr. Richter, B.
Reed, Y. Denome, B. Burd, M. Lullman, M. Mueller, P.
Washburn, D. Pulver. Third Row: L. Schutz, R. Briglin, J.
The SOPHOMORE CLASS looks
forward fo the coming years
When we came into high school as freshmen our
goals were not set and most of us were uncertain of the
opportunities that a school life offers. We were loolcing
to upper classmen for guidance. Bur now as sophomores
we have been able to straighten out many of our maior
problems. We have become more involved in groups and
organizations and have been able to pattern ourselves
as individuals. As sophomores we have found each of us
achieving his own goal. By giving our assistance and
cooperation we have been able to prove ourselves an
important part of our Alma Mater.
V. Seeger, President: R. Worden, Vice President: B.
Reed, Corresponding Secretary: J. Adams, Treasurer
and P. Washburn, Secretary.
Rennoldson, M. Schlegel, S. Hoose, N. Guile, S. Kidder, L
Hanggi, E. Cornish, B. Jennings. Fourth Row: J. Reed. R
Evarts, J. Francis, G. Acomb, M. Bodine, J. Brand, J. Adams
R. Lee, S. Hanggi, B. Hawkins.
Firsf Row: F. Merklinger, J. Graff, R. Connor, J. Hughner, J. R. Huber, J. Tilley, D. Chapman, L. Fisher. B. Daggatt, R.
Richards, N. Walker, J. Schenk. Second Row: M. Brownson, Fox, L. Fisher, W. McClelland, L. Schwingle, O. Harris, E.
J. Rector, L. Pulver, A. Hawkins, M. Mansfield, Mr. Hynes. Laller, H. Fuller,
D. Schulz, L. Bills, J. Luffrnan, P. Preston, T. Olney. Third Row:
And Idsf buf noi' leasf we
mee'l' 'l'he FRESHMEN.
A wonderful day il was when we freshmen
look our firsl slep fowards high school life ale
lhough, we musl admil, we experienced The
usual pangs of "greenil'is" by arriving in lhe
wrong classrooms. Bul, considering everylhing,
we gol off To a flying sfarl +hanks +o our grand
adviser, Mr. l-lynes. We experienced greal' suc-
cess wilh our lirsr high school proiecl, a pancake
supper. As we end our firsl year, we now feel
+ha+ we are really a perl ol: senior high school
Schwingle, President: P. Preston, Treasurer: J. Luffman,
Vice-President: L. Bills, Secretary.
First Row: D. Rennoldson, V. Morgan, B. Conrad, L. Schultz, S. Chapman, F. Domm, M. King. Second
Row: K. Tiefgen, D. Potter, T. Guile, A. Newman, L. Donley, F. Willis, B. Lobdell, R. Damboise, L.
Hoh. Third Row: Mr. Miller, M. Acomb, A. Rex, G. Seeger, H. Johnson, D. Fuller, J. Widmer, J.
Brahm, G. Fleischman, S. Snyder, R. Todd.
First Row: S. Walker, T. Baader, A. Campbell, L. Standish, S. Rennoldson, S. Ross, B. Worden. Sec-
ond Row? S. Harrington, J. Phillips, P. Gardner, R. Willis, H. Todd, T. Smith, F. Mueller, D. Coye, C.
Kidd. Third Row: Mr. King, G. Pridmore, M. King, E. Hurlburt, L. Schenk, L. Fox, D. Donley, M. Schutz,
B. Danaher, G. Lombard.
.. Till? ll'
First Row: R. Schutz, J. Yacuzza, F. Mansfield, R. Smith, P. Huber, D, Eddy. Second Row: G. Lincoln
J. Chapman, S. Standish, T. Baader, M. Hawks, M, Kidd, L. Dillon, B. Read. Third Row: C. Stone, F
Corso, W. Lafler, S. Merklinger. S. Campbell, N. Vierhile, S. Evarts, C. Main, C. Graves, G. Eckert
S. Fox, Mr. Schick,
First Row: M. Willis, N. Eckert, C. Lee, M. Morse. Second Row: N. Schenk, D. Hall, B. Cermak, D.
King, S, Evarts, P. Sutton, M. Gibbous. Third Row: T. Hoh, J. Steinmetz, Westbrook, J. Luttman,
R. Tnzadwell, H. Fleischman, R. Cornish, R. Wheaton, W. Jennings, P. Martin, R. Briggs. Fourth Row:
First Row: N. l-lanrngton, D. Schultz, L. Reed, W. Pressler, D. Briglin, P. Baader. Second Row: H.
Schwingle, J. French, B. Dean, R. Barkley, R, Hanggi, J. Schultz, J. Lyon, A. Hawks. Third Row: Mrs.
Moscato, J. Guile, C. Wilson, L. Bailey, R. Richmond, A. Corey, E. Thompson, J. Rectenwqld, B. 1
Stone, J. Rectenwald. 4
First Row: C. Mlsel, C. Latler, C. Dambolse, S. Bills. Second Row: C. Clarlc, L. Barton, L. Fox, Ll.
Schleqel, L. Morgan, J. Faber, R, Brand. Third Row: Mrs. Holmes, D. Preston, R. Joseph, R. Bailey,
V. Woodard, N. Snyder, R. Donley, W. Warner. Absent: G. Chapman, E. Richmond, D. Slyter, C.
First Row: D. Heath. M. Smith, P. Hughner, L. Pulver, D. Phillips, R. Woodard, R. Brahm. Second Row:
V. McNamara, S. Moore, E. Stewart, R. Rohinq, P. Fuller, V. Elwell, H. Schrankler. K. Deusenberry, R.
Fleischman. Third Row: R, Rennoldson, B. Clawson, D. Smith, S. Beckwith, P. Jennings, S. Jones, H.
Campbell, J. Sargent. M. Randall, Mrs. Sutherland.
First Row: K. Potter, D. Donley, B, Rennoldsori, N. Newman, H. Harbison, G. Steinrnetz, B. Harrington
Sscond Row: J. Chadwick, G. Schenk, N. Pulver, J. Ippolito. C. Bouchard, E. Richmond, R. Field, G
Merklrriqer, C. Schultz. Third Row: G. Kung, R. Hoaq. M. Peck, D. Partridge, R. Sargent, D. Daqgett
R. Acomb, C. Francis, D. Wheaton, J. Haight, Mr. Brown.
First Row: C. Hilton, C. Jerome, E. Willis, L. Cermalc. Second Row: J. Doty, M. Misel, C. Schenk, D
Damboise, P. Fox, C. Wheaton, R. Schenlc. Third Row: S. Pridmore, P. French, M. Mansfield, R
Brown, M. Snyder, H. Shepard, L. Schermer, K. Landino, B. Yaeger. Fourth Row: Mrs. Riesenberger
T. Chapman, K. Rector, R. Bailey, R. Slzrong, D. Coons, M. Adams, R. Palmer, M. Wallcer.
Firsk Row: L. Donley, C. Willis, W. White, M. Keenan, K. Ostrander, S. Harbison. Second Row: A.
Pulver, J. Collins, R. Fox, W. Cooper, G. Baader, B. Schwingel, S. Wheat. Third Row: C. Hurlburt, W.
Rohring, D. Schenk, R, Fuller, P. Danaher, T. Snyder, C. Morse, S. McGuire, R. Elwell. Fourih Row:
L. Abraham, R. Perry, J. Hills, R. Broadwell, C. Webster, D. Smith, T. Tilley, A. Bush, W. Chapman,
Firsi Row: H. Moore, R. Brink, P. Collins. Second Row: R. Webster, W, Wright, D. Shepard,
J. Fitzwater, M. Randall, P. Warren, N. Todd. Third Row: L. Engel, T. Middleton, E. Lurcfman,
R. Deusenbery. C. Hills, R. Doty, M, King, S. Woodard, G. Eckert, B. King. Fourth Row: R.
Walker, M. Schenk, R. Standish, G. Hulburt, S. Clawsori, C. Halvorsen, E. Cade, K. Lafler, F.
Savage. G. Hoh, Mrs. Briqlin.
First Row: D. Field, A. Little, G, Chapman, L. Drake, J. Moore, M. Keenan, M. Elwell. Second
' ' L.
Row- G Leach J Wheat J Hilton J Miller, R. Wells, S. Warren, B. Francis. Third Row:
Bushi Ri Thomibsori, J. Clawson, J. Gralzl, G. Dagqett, M. Rectenwald, R. Coye, B. Cade, G.
Schle el. Fourth Row' Miss Gelder D. Works G McNamara, K. Olney: J. Zaweiski, E. Sharpe,
g . , , .
W. Welch, L. Schenk, J. Domm, S. Kluge, T. Simons. h
First Row: P. Moore, J. Lee, M. Moore, C. Mansfield, J. Riesenberger, J. Wells. Second Row
S. Hawlcs, Y. Bush, D. Ulmer, B. Fox. P. Sweltz, D. Braun, R. Jerome. Third Row: K. Kluge, J
Donley, S. Huber, J. Woodard, S. Washburn, J. Steffen, D. Smith, J. Adams, L. Yaeger, R
Brink. Fourih Row: Mrs. Cleland. L. Sweltz, S. Kidder. S, Donley, H. Davis, S. Wright, E. Little
B. Warner, R. l-lowse, J, Denome, A. Perry, A, Laller, B. Shepard.
First Row: N. Tenny, B. Lawton, B. Luffrnan. Second Row: P. Caprini, D. Cermalc, M. Weelcs
C. King, P. Fox, C. Schenk, L. Brink. Third Row: P. Leach, E. Pridmore, L. Voisine, E. Fox, 3
Washburn, N. Braadwell, D. White, A. Richmond, P. Dean. Fourth Row: B. Wohlschleqel, W
Rupert, P. Preston, D. Abraham, G. Donley, V. Love, T. Brahm, J. Simons, S. Webster, K. Hanggi
First Row: K. Hilton, P. Schwingle, G. Joslph, S. Geerhart, K. Eddy. Second Row: J. Brinlc, K. Moore,
R. Cell, K. Keenan, D. Schenk, H. Washburn, R. Yacuzzo. Third Row: R. Schenk. L. Randall, R. Stoplca. Grade
irnons C Elwell S Warren E Domm Fourth Row' Mrs. Lyon, A. Rector, D. Aldrich,
O. Sharpe, J. S' , , , , , . . .
E. Coons, C. Corey, L. Wells, R. Wells, W. Graves, J. Leach, K. Wells.
First Row: V. Schultz, E. Webster, B. Cull. C, Buckner, O. Chadwick. Second Row: D. Schenk, D.
' J Eclc t Thid R ' L Willis R. Rohring R
Hanqgl, E. Hills, C. Cooper, S. Lafler, M. Lodge, . er. r ow. . , , .
Engel, N, Perry, S. Kirlcmire, R. Steffen, R. Spears, CE. Pittinqer, D. Yeoman, W. Wiley. Fourth Row:
D. Webster, J. Deusenbery, C. Gardner, D. Fleischman, F. Vvfright, L. Burgess. S. Adams, W. Hoyt, J.
Wentworth, L. Clute, Mrs. Thomas.
First Row: E. Elwell, G. Graves, V. Loclcson. C. Hilton, Second Row: D. Pnlver. M. Geiger, D. Kurtz
Third Row: J. Cade, R. Kidder, M. Becker, J. Daggett. D. Thompson, W. Tilley, R. Davis. Fourth Row
S. MacDonald, D. Wiley, K. King, N. Riesenberqer, B. Clawsan. D. Field. Fifth Row: M. Wells, A
Newman, K, Barton, A. Gurnee, C. Randall, L. Broadwell. M. Mansfield, J. Sargent, M. Washburn
First Table: J. Willis, B. Adams, A. Lafler, M. Williams, J. Collins, S. Presler, N. Baader. Second
Table: P. Coye, K. Leach, L. Eddy, A. Wixom, L. Schenk, S. Blanchard, T. Warren. Third Table: M.
Simons, L. Bailey, P. French, C. Rector. R. Riesenberger, M. Lodge, B. Steele. Fourth Row: Mrs.
Widmer, H. Chapman, J. King, D. Drake, J. Webster, D. Yeoman, T. Middleton, P. Schenk.
tffwuf aloud Koh,
Qzafa old flea
l-lere are The Tinished producTs, The
work oT Twelve years wrapped up in one
eager bundle. The school has done iTs
iob. IT is up To These, The seniors To prove
wheTher Those years have been well
spenT. And as success comes To each
senior may They all shouT aloud Tor Their
Alma MaTer wiTh The graTiTude ThaT will
be in The hearTs of every one oT Them.
CLASS of 1956
"I came. I saw. I conquered." Athletic Association 1.2.3,
4. Vice-President 4: Baseball 1.2.3,4: Basketball I,2.3.4:
Track 2,3,4: Soccer 3.4: Volleyball 3.4: Badminton 27 Na-
tional Honor Society 3.4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Senior
"The past unsighed tor, and the 'Future sure." G.A.A. 1.2,
3.4: Honor Team 2.3.4: Sportsmanship Club 3.4. Captain
4: Athletic Association 3.4, Secretary 4: Yearbook 184.108.40.206.
Assistant Typing Editor 3. Typing Editor 4: Senior Play
"I have been in such a pickle since I saw you last.'
J.V. Cheerleader 1.2. Varsity Cheerleader 3.4: G.A.A. 1.2:
F.H.A. 2.3: Athletic Association 1.2,3.4: News Stott 1.2.
3.4: Chorus 1.2,3.4. Yearbook 220.127.116.11. Assistant Literary
Editor 4: Girls' Track Team 1.2: Senior Play Cast.
"Why should the devil have all the good times?" J.V.
Basketball 1.2: Ritle Club 1.2: News Staff 4: F.F.A. 4.
Reporter 4. Basketball 4: Band 18.104.22.168: Athletic Association
3.4: Senior Play Publicity.
"To know a thing is nothing unless others know you know
it." J.V. Basketball 1: Sportsmanship 2, 3: Athletic As-
sociation l.2.3: Senior Play Stage Manager.
"Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain character-
istics of a vigorous mind." Transferred from Geneva this
year. Chorus 1.2.3,4: News Statt 4: G.A.A. 1.2: Secretary
ot Beta Hi-Y-Club 1.2,3: SHHD Club 3: Senior Play Cast.
"To know is nothing at all: to imagine is everything."
News Statt 2. 3, 4: Yearbook 1. 2: Band 22.214.171.124: Chorus
3: G.A.A. 1.2: Athletic Association 3: Varsity Alternate
Cheerleader 3: F.H.A. 2: Class Parliamentarian 3: Student
Council 1.3.4. Treasurer 4: Constitution Committee 2:
Senior Play Cast.
:il vw ft-y ii
"His words were simple and his soul sincere." Athletic As-
sociation l.2.3.4: J.V. Basketball 1.2: Varsity Basketball 3.4:
E.A.A. Softball 2.3.47 F.F.A. l.2.3.4? President 4: Rifle
Club I: Band i,2.3.4: Senior Play Assistant Stage Manager.
"Work fascinates me. I could sit and watch it for hours."
Chorus I.2.3.4, County Festival 3, State Festival I: F.F.A.
3: Yearbook Statf 3, 4. Assistant Photography Editor 3.
Photography Editor 4: News Staff 3.4: Senior Flay Cast.
"The vocation of every man and woman is to serve other
people." News Staii 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Student Council
2.3.4. Secretary 3.4. Monitor 4: Athletic Association 2,3.4:
J.V. Alternate Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3.4:
G.A.A. 1.2: Constitution Revision Committee 2: Senior
"Never leave that till tomarrow which you can do today."
Class Corresponding Secretary I: Class Secretary 2.3.4:
Yearbook 3.4, Assistant Typing Editor 4: News Staff 3.4.
Assistant Typing Editor 4: Chorus 3.4: G.A.A. l.3.4:
National Honor Society 4: Library Club I: Business Man-
ager and Prompter for Senior Play.
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"She doth nothing but talk of her horses." G.A.A. l.2.3.4.
Honor Team 2.3.4: News Statl .2.3.4. Typing Editor 4:
Yearbook Stott 2.3.4, Assistant Typing Editor 4: Band I:
Senior Play Cast.
"The most useless day of all is that in which ws have not
laughed." News Statl I.2.3.4. Exchange Editor 3, Assist-
ant Editor 4: G.A.A. 1.2.45 F.H.A. 2: Class Corresponding
Secretary i.2.3.4: National Honor Society 4: Senior Play
"Merrily, merrily. shall I livu now." Band 126.96.36.199-: Chorus
I, 41 l:.I:.A. I.2,3.4. 4-I'l I.2.3.4: J.V. Basketball 27 F.F.A.
Basketball 3.4: F.F.A. Softball 2.3.4: Soccer 2.3.4: Track
2.3,4: Senior Play Electrician.
"A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!" News Statt
3.4. Editor-in-chief 4: Yearbook 4, Literary Editor 4:
G.A.A. 3.4. Vice-President 4: Student Council 4. Vice-
President 4, Monitor 4, Senior Play Cast: D.A.R. Citizenship
"They say great men die young. You know I haven't 'felt
well lately!" Class President I.2.3,4: Band 188.8.131.52: Vice-
President 3.4: Student Council 1.2,3.4: Vice-President of
County Studsnt Council 4: Yearbook 2.3.4. Business Man-
ager 4: Chorus 3.4: Athletic Association 2.3.4, Vice-Pres-
ident 3. President 4: Varsity Basketball 2.3.4: Soccer 2.3.4:
Varsity Baseball 1.2,3.4: Track 3.4: Volleyball 2.3.47 Boys
"Do you not know I am a woman? When I think. I
must speak." Chorus 1.2: Band lmajorattesl 1.2: F.H.A.
2: G.A.A. 1.2. 3: News Stati 1.2.3: Yearbook 1.2,3: Senior
"Men of 'few words are the best." Student Council 3.4.
4 Monitor 4 Band I 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4
President : ' : . . , : . . . :
Baseball 1.2,3,4: Valleyabll 3. Track 2.3.4: Senior Play Cast:
Athletic Association 184.108.40.206.
APLE CE TR L
"Experience is the name everyone gives to his mistakes."
F.F.A. 1.2,3.4. Softball 2.3, Basketball 2.3.4. Secretary 4:
4-H 1,2,3.4: Track 2.3,4: Volleyball 2.3.4: Baseball 3: Stu-
dent Council 3: Senior Play Cast.
"Life is just one darn thing after another." G.A.A. 1:
News Staff 3.4: F.l-l.A. 2.3.4. Reporter 3. Recreation
Leader 4: Chorus 1.2.3,4: Senior Play Cast.
"Ask a woman's advice, do the opposite and you're sure
to be win." Student Council 2.4: Rifle Club 1.2: F.F.A.
4, Basketball 4. Softball 4: Yearbook 4: News Statl 4:
CLASS of 19. 6
"Money buys misery. Boy. would I like to try that kind
of misery!" G.A.A. 1,2,4: F.F.A. Cheerleader 2: Class
Parliamentarian 2: National Honor Society 4: Student Di-
rector of Senior Play.
"A merry lace is the sign of a happy heart." Yearbook
3. I4: News Statl 3.4, Assistant Typing Editor 4: G.A.A.
l.2.3.4: Student Cczincil 4: F.H.A. 3.4. Historian 4: Li-
braray Club 1.2. Secretary 1.2: Class Parliamentarian 4:
Senior Play Publicity Chairman.
"The horn, the horn. the lusty horn. is not a thing to
laugh. to scorn." Class Vice-President 1.2: Student Council
3.4, Parliamentarian 4. Monitor 4: Basketball 1.2.3: Base-
ball 220.127.116.11: Soccer 2.3.4: Track 2.3,4: Band 18.104.22.168. Pres-
ident 4: National Honor Society 2.3.4. Vice-President 4:
Yearbook 22.214.171.124. Art Editor 4. Assistant Art Editor 2.3:
Senior Play Cast: Chorus 4.
"Without music life would be a mistake." Chorus 2.3.4
Treasurer 4: G.A.A. 126.96.36.199, Treasurer 4: F.H.A. 3.4. Vice-
President 4: Library Club 2.3: Senior Play Make-up Com-
mittee: News Statl 4: Yearbook 3. 4.
"The only way to have a 'Friend is to be one." Band 1.2.3.
4, Mass Band 1.2.3: Chorus 2.3.4. Pianist 2.4. Treasurer 3.
Mass Chorus 3.4: National Honor Society 4: G.A.A. 1.2.
3.4. Treasurer 3. Honor Team 2: F.H.A. 2.3.4, Treasurer
3. Song Leader 4: Student Council 3. Corresponding Sec-
retary 3: Class Treasurer 4: Yearbook Staff 4. Assistant
Editor: Library Club 1: Senior Play Costume Manager.
"Virtue is her own reward." G.A.A. 1.3.4: F.H.A. 2.3.4
Vice-President 3. President 4: Yearbook 4. Assistant Bus-
iness Manager 4: National Honor Society 4: Flag Bearer
4: Senior Play Costume Manager.
"What wisdom can you find that is greater than kind-
ness?" Class Secretary 1, Class Treasurer 2.3: Band 1.2.3.
4, Treasurer 3.4. Mass Band 1.2.3: G.A.A. 1.2: Yearbook
2.3.4. Assistant Business Manager 3. Editor-in-Chief 4:
News Staff 4. Student Council 4: National Honor Society
3.4. President 4: Flag Bearer 4: F.F.A. Cheerleader 4.
Property Manager of Senior Play.
CIJXSS of 1956
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." G.A.A.
188.8.131.52. Secretary 33 President 4, Track 2. Honor Team
2.3.47 F.I-LA. 2.3.4. Historian 3, Treasurer 47 Chorus 1.2.
3.4: Yearbook 3.47 Library Club 1.2.3. President 1, Vice-
President 2: Senior Play Make-up Manager.
"As merry as the day is long." Chorus I.2.3.4: F.I-l.A.
3.4, Parliarnentarian 47 G.A.A. 184.108.40.206, Secretary 47 Li-
brary Club 2.3. President 27 Senior Play Make-up Commit-
tee 47 Yearbook 4.
"It matters not how long you live, but how well." G.A.A.
1.3.47 F.I-l.A. 2.3.4. Secretary 3.47 Yearbook 4: Sports-
manship 27 F.F.A. Cheerleader 47 Senior Play Properties.
'll can resist everything except temptation." Student
Council 3: Rifle Club 1.27 Soccer 27 Senior Play Cast 4.
'THe will give the devil his due." P.F.A. 12.3.47 Rifle Club
1,21 Senior Play Publicity.
"They say best men are moulded out of faults." Sports-
manship 3.47 Athletic Association 3.47 F.F.A, 12.3.47
Treasurer 4. Basketball 220.127.116.11. Softball 2.3.47 Senior Play
WILLIAM S E
"Books are good enough in their own way, but they are a
mighty blooclless substitute for life." Class Treasurer 17
Rifle Club 1.27 Athletic Association 3.47 F.F.A. 3.4. Bas-
ketball 3.4, Sentinel 4'7 Sportsmanship li Senior Play Cast
CARLTON STEWART A -1 'L 7
"The reward of a thing well done, is to have done it."
Publicity Manager of Senior Play 4.
APLE CE TRAL
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Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Geri' and Freddie Eckerf
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